TV Camera Power Supply Line

TV Camera Power Supply Line
Installation Instructions
Order
Number
Model Number
Output
Voltage
# of
Zone Output
Zones
Current
Model Description
Installation
Zone Protection
AC Primary
Input Current
01201
TV-4
24VAC
4
1A
2A Fuse (AGC-2)
1A
01203
TV-4CB
24VAC
4
1A
2A Circuit Breaker
1A
01202
TV-8
24VAC
8
500mA
1A Fuse (AGC-1)
1A
01204
TV-8CB
24VAC
8
500mA
1A Circuit Breaker
1A
Hook-Up Diagrams
Circuit Breaker
1
C
To reset, or to disable, push in white
button, in the direction of the arrow.
Note: The circuit breaker will not latch in
a manual disabled state. The button
must remain depressed to stay disabled.
CAMERA
Instructions
1) The installation of this unit must be made by qualified service personnel and must conform to all
applicable codes.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
2) Master Reset Switch "S1" should always be OFF prior to hook-up.
3) Connect 120VAC, 60Hz., Single Phase to the black and white primary winding of the stepdown
transformer per Article 725 of the National Electrical Code.
4) Verify the AC rms secondary voltage of the transformer at the "Low Voltage AC Input" terminals.
| Transformer secondary voltage, at primary voltage of 120VAC, is rated @ 27.5VAC +/- 10%.
Two Conductor Cable
Max Wire Size: 16 Gauge
Figure 2.
Figure 1.
CCTV CAMERA POWER SUPPLY
5) Connect individual loads to a single pair of terminals marked "1 - 8" as positive and "C" as common.
| CAUTION: Observe polarity. See Figure 1 for hook-up example.
6) Turn "S1" ON. Verify Green "AC" LED is lit and no yellow fault "FLT" LEDs are lit.
7) Fault output is a common fail-safe Form "C" relay. Relay terminals are labeled in the de-energized (fault)
position.
| Fault conditions reported are:
v Loss of AC
v Tripped Input PTC
v Blown/Missing Zone Fuse or Circuit Breaker
WARNING: For continuous protection against fire hazard,
replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
|
Relay contacts are rated at 1A @ 24VDC; 1A @ 28VAC.
|
Each zone is individually monitored by a yellow LED for a fault condition.
|
To reset, or to disable, the circuit breaker, push in white button. See Figure 2.
CAUTION: When resetting a circuit breaker, remove the load and press
and release button. DO NOT hold button down when replacing load.
Common Trouble Contacts
Shown in de-energized position
Figure 3.
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Mechanical Dimensions
B02 Cabinet
12" x 12" x 4"
Troubleshooting Guide
Fault Output
0
vForm "C" Relay Contacts rated 1 Amp @ 24VDC; 1 Amp @ 28VAC.
vRelay Contacts labeled in the non-operational (fault) condition
2.00
vFail-safe; active until a fault condition.
4.04
6.04
0
0
.875 DIA REF
6 PLACES
12.08
Visual Indicators
AC Presence: "AC"
Zone Fault
"FLT1" through "FLT8"
Conditions Reported
vLoss of AC
2.00
0
0
0
*
1.70
1.80
vCommon trouble relay reporting; individual zone LED indication
*
3.04
Green LED
Yellow LED
vBlown/Missing AC Fuse or Circuit Breaker
*
vBlown/Missing Zone Fuse or Circuit Breaker
Troubleshooting Chart
6.04
*
9.04
*
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Correction Procedure
1) Green LED is not
illuminated.
Lack of AC Power
Verify presence 120VAC at transformer
primary. CAUTION
Blown Transformer
Verify presence of 25 to 30VAC at "Low
Volt AC Input" terminals
S1 is off
Verify that S1 "Master Reset Switch" is in
its fully ON position
AC fuse/CB is tripped
Remove system load and verify that it
does not draw more than the supply is
capable of providing. CAUTION
2) No output on any zone.
Lack of AC Power
Refer to Symptom 1.
3) No output on one zone.
Zone protection is tripped
Verify the condition of the zone fuse/circuit
breaker. Replace/Reset as required.
CAUTION
10.28
10.58
*
12.08
0
1.64
10.45
Load not properly connected. Verify the load is connected to a paired
output numbered 1-8 and marked with a
"C".
GN L
4) Yellow Fault LED is
illuminated.
5) Fault relay is not
de-activating.
6) Ghosting or fading
images.
Zone protection is tripped
Refer to Symptom 3.
System load is too high
Reduce system load to a draw not more
than the maximum load per zone.
Lack of AC Power
Refer to Symptom 1.
Unit not in fault
Verify fault condition by switching S1 to its
OFF position or removing/disengaging
fuse/circuit breaker from a loaded zone.
Grounding fault
Check system load polarity. All loads must
be connected with the neutral or common
leads connected to the terminals marked
with a "C".
For further assistance, please contact the AlarmSaf Technical Service Department.
AlarmSaf
65A Industrial Way Wilmington, MA 01887-3499 (978) 658-6717 FAX: (978) 658-8638 Web Site: www.alarmsaf.com
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