DC Power System Installation Manual

DC Power System Installation Manual
DC Power System
Installation Manual
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P03-001 Rev A12
FPO Installation Manual
Table of Contents
Notes and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii
Symbol Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Regulatory Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conventions Used Within this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Power Supply Quick Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv
Section 1 – Installation and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumper / LED / Connector Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FAI Input Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical Installation & Wire Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power-Up and Basic System Verification Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
3
6
7
8
Section 2 – Troubleshooting and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.1 Troubleshooting Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.1 Troubleshooting Table (continued) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.2 Maintenance Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Section 3 – Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Electrical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperature Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mechanical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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13
13
14
Appendix 1 – Tamper Switch Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Appendix 2 – User Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
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Notes and Warnings
Symbol Definitions
Regulatory Information
The following symbols are used throughout this manual
The equipment discussed within this manual has been tested to the following standards:
• UL294, UL603, UL864, UL1076, UL1481, UL2044,
UL2572
• ULC S318, ULC S319, ULC S527
• CSA C22.2 #107.1
• CSFM Approved
symbol is intended to alert the installer of shock
h This
hazards within the enclosure. Service should only be
performed by qualified service personnel
symbol is intended to alert the installer of important
i This
information intended to help the installer avoid personal
injury or property damage
FCC Information
Warnings
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense
and service should be performed only by
h Installation
qualified service personnel and should conform to all
local codes
reduce the risk of electric shock or fire, do not
h Toexpose
this equipment to rain or moisture
i This equipment shall be installed in a manner which
prevents unintentional operation by employees,
cleaning personnel, or others working in the premises, by falling objects, customers, building vibration,
or similar causes
equipment is not intended for use within the patient
i This
care areas of a Health Care Facility
fuses only with the same type and rating as
h Replace
indicated in the specifications section of this manual.
ULC S318 compliance, this unit must be mounted in
i For
an area with restricted access
UL2044 Installations, there must not be more than
i For
two FPO power supplies installed in a single enclosure
Conventions Used Within this Manual
Positional information (e.g. top, bottom, up, down, left,
right, etc.) is referenced with the board or enclosure in the
orientation shown in the illustrations in this manual
for 120VAC 50/60Hz or 230VAC 60Hz installations.
230VAC 50Hz installations may not use more than one
FPO power supply in a single enclosure
prevent impaired operation, ensure that all wiring is
i Torouted
and secured to prevent accidental open or short
circuit conditions
system and any batteries (if used) should be tested
i The
at least once per year to ensure proper operation
i Batteries (if used) should be maintained at an ambient
temperature of between 32 and 120 degrees Fahrenheit
(0-49 Celsius) or premature loss of battery power could
occur
ULC S318 compliance, this unit is not intended for
i For
powering a control unit but may be used for powering
auxiliary equipment
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FPO Installation Manual
Power Supply Quick Start
This section gives a quick visual guide of installation connections and settings for installers already familiar with the FlexPower line of power supplies. For full information, please read this entire manual before installing.
QUICK INSTAL - SECTION FINDER
Cut for
230VAC input
12/24 V Selection
section 1.2 #20
+
–
section 1.2 #1
section 1.2 #17
–
Battery
Presence Jumper
section 1.2, #9
Main Output
+
FAI Controlled Output
section 1.2 #16
FlexConnect
Accessory Power
AC Input
section 1.2 #3
section 1.2 #11
Flex
E GRND
SYS
AC
FAI
Battery Connection
section 1.2 #13
FAI Input - section 1.2 #10 & section 1.3
Fault Contacts/AC - section 1.2 #8
Fault Contacts/System - section 1.2 #8
Flex IO Connector - section 1.2 #6
Earth Ground Jumper - section 1.2 #5
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Installation and Operation
Section 1 – Installation and Operation
The following pages cover the installation, setup, and basic operation of the FPO series power supplies.
1.1 Mounting
Mounting an Enclosure
Use the following procedure when mounting a LifeSafety
Power wall-mount enclosure.
Mounting an FPO Board to an Enclosure
Use the following procedure when mounting an FPO power
supply to a LifeSafety Power enclosure.
1. Locate the appropriate mounting holes in the enclosure
and snap the four or six standoffs provided into the holes.
2. Align the board mounting holes (mounting hole locations
are indicated in the drawing above) with the standoffs
and snap the board onto the standoffs. Be sure the board
is properly oriented before snapping the board onto the
standoffs.
1. (Optional) Remove the enclosure’s cover.
2. Locate the top keyhole mounting holes in the back of the
enclosure.
3. Mark and pre-drill the locations for the keyholes in the
mounting surface.
4. Partially install two fasteners appropriate for the surface on which the enclosure is being installed. Leave the
heads of the fasteners approximately ¼" out from the
surface. Recommended fastener size is #10.
5. Hang the enclosure on the two fasteners and mark the
locations of the remaining mounting holes.
6. Remove the enclosure and pre-drill the locations for the
remaining mounting holes.
7. Re-hang the enclosure on the top mounting fasteners,
start the remaining fasteners and tighten all fasteners.
8. Reinstall the enclosure’s cover, if removed in step 1.
FPO25
FPO75
i It is the installer’s responsibility to determine the
appropriate fastening system for use with the surface the enclosure is being mounted to.
i For UL1076 applications, after installation is com-
plete, the installer must install the two supplied 1"
long screws to the edge of the enclosure's cover
for additional security.
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FPO100FPO250
FPO Installation Manual
12V
120/230VAC

24V
FPO25, 75


DC1
Cut for 230V
AC Input

FAI
GND FLT
AC FLT
AC ON

DC2 NC

Battery
Detect
SYS FLT AC FLT



REV BAT
SYS FLT
Earth Ground
Detect

+ DC1 –
DataLink

DC2 NO
+ DC2 –

FAI INPUT
Flex IO
DC2
DC1
BR
B+
B–
DC2
i
Observe battery polarity
or damage may result



 

FPO100 - 250
12V

24V
120/230VAC
DC1

+ DC1 –
Cut for 230V
+ DC2 –
DC2 NC
DataLink



FAI
GND FLT
AC FLT
AC ON
REV BAT
DC2
SYS FLT
Earth Ground
Detect

DC2 NO
Observe battery polarity
or damage may result
SYS FLT AC FLT
FAI INPUT
Flex IO
DC1
BR
V+


2
 
B–
i B+

V-
DC2
AC Input
Battery
Detect








Installation and Operation
1.2 Jumper / LED / Connector Descriptions
1AC Input Voltage Selection (JP1)
5Earth Ground Fault Detection (JP2)
This jumper configures the FPO for the AC input voltage to
be used.
• Leave jumper INTACT for 120V input
• CUT and remove jumper for 230V input
The EARTH GND DET jumper enables or disables Earth Ground
(EG) fault detection as follows:
• Position 1 (jumper ON)
Enable EG Fault Detection
• Position 2 (jumper OFF)
Disable EG Fault Detection
Note: Postion 2 is the factory default position
Earth Ground fault detection detects continuity between earth
ground and any voltage output or DC common on the system.
I Failure to cut this jumper when using the FPO with a
230VAC input will result in damage to the system and
void the warranty.
I Only one component of an entire system should be en-
2FAI and Fault LED Status Indicators
abled for earth ground detection to avoid conflicts.
FAI (D22) – Red
This LED lights when a valid FAI signal is received on the
FAI input terminals.
6FlexIO Connection
This connector supplies the fault and FAI status between the
FPO power supply and any accessory boards in the system.
The appropriate cable is supplied with the accessory boards.
For more information, see the instruction manual for any accessory boards used in the system.
GND FLT (D42) – Yellow
This LED lights when an impedance is detected between
earth ground and any voltage output or DC common. A
Ground Fault will also light the System Fault LED.
AC FLT (D43) – Yellow
This LED lights when the AC input voltage is low or missing.
7DataLink Connection
This is the connector for the DataLink connection. It allows optional programming and monitoring of the FPO power supply
via computer or through an optional NetLink network module.
DataLink cables and the PowerCom software package are
available separately from LifeSafety Power for accessing these
features.
See the instructions for the Netlink module or PowerCom
software for more information.
SYS FLT (D33) – Yellow
This LED lights when a system trouble is detected by the
FPO. Trouble conditions indicated by the SYS FLT LED
include:
• Missing Battery (If BAT DET jumper is ON)
• Earth Ground Fault (If EARTH GND DET jumper is ON)
• Battery voltage out of range
• DC output voltage out of range
• Ruptured fuse
• Accessory Board Fault
• Internal Fault
8Fault Output Connections (TB3)
These terminals provide the System Fault and AC Fault contact
outputs. The terminals are removable and are labeled on the
PC board in the non-powered (fault) state. For UL1076 compliance, a tamper switch must be wired in series with the Sys
Fault contact output. See Appendix 1 for tamper switch wiring
information. These terminals accept AWG14 – AWG22 wire.
Fault conditions reported include:
3AC Input (J9)
J9 accepts the provided three-wire connector harness for
connection to the AC Line. Cut jumper JP1 if powering the FPO
with a 230VAC input. Connections are by wire nut as follows:
AC FLT
• Low AC
• Missing AC
• Internal Fault
120VAC230VAC
Green – Earth Ground
Green – Earth Ground
Black – Hot
Black – Phase 1
White – Neutral
White – Phase 2
SYS FLT
H Always connect earth ground first and disconnect last
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4AC ON (D34) – Green
This LED lights when any AC voltage is present on the AC input. It does not indicate that the voltage is sufficient for proper
operation of the FPO power supply. See the yellow AC FLT LED
for AC voltage out of range indication.
H Always confirm the absence of AC power with a meter
before servicing to prevent electric shock.
3
Missing Battery (If BAT DET jumper is ON)
Earth Ground Fault (If EARTH GND DET jumper is ON)
Battery voltage out of range
DC output voltage out of range
Ruptured fuse
Accessory Board Fault
Internal Fault
FPO Installation Manual
12V
120/230VAC

24V
FPO25, 75


DC1
Cut for 230V
AC Input

FAI
GND FLT
AC FLT
AC ON

DC2 NC

Battery
Detect
SYS FLT AC FLT



REV BAT
SYS FLT
Earth Ground
Detect

+ DC1 –
DataLink

DC2 NO
+ DC2 –

FAI INPUT
Flex IO
DC2
DC1
BR
B+
B–
DC2
i
Observe battery polarity
or damage may result



 

FPO100 - 250
12V

24V
120/230VAC
DC1

+ DC1 –
Cut for 230V
+ DC2 –
DC2 NC
DataLink



FAI
GND FLT
AC FLT
AC ON
REV BAT
DC2
SYS FLT
Earth Ground
Detect

DC2 NO
Observe battery polarity
or damage may result
SYS FLT AC FLT
FAI INPUT
Flex IO
DC1
BR
V+


4
 
B–
i B+

V-
DC2
AC Input
Battery
Detect








Installation and Operation
H Observe polarity or damage to the system will occur.
H It is the installer’s responsibility to determine the proper bat-
9Battery Presence Detection (JP3) The BAT DET jumper en-
ables or disables Battery Presence (BP) fault detection as follows:
• Position 1 (jumper ON)
Enable BP Fault Detection
• Position 2 (jumper OFF)
Disable BP Fault Detection
Note: Postion 1 (enabled) is the factory default position
tery size for the installation. See the Specifications section for
standby current requirements.
boDC2 (D5) – Green
Battery Presence fault detection indicates a fault when the backup
battery is disconnected from the FPO power supply. If no backup
battery is being used, this jumper should be removed.
This LED lights when voltage is available on the DC2 output
terminals. This LED will extinguish if the output is disabled via
the FAI input.
bkFAI Input Connections (TB2) These terminals accept the
bpREV BAT (D20) – Yellow
optional FAI / Access Control input for controlling the DC2 output
and any FAI capable accessory boards connected to the FPO power
supply. The terminals are removable and are labeled on the PC
board. These terminals accept AWG14 – AWG22 wire. See Section
1.3. Connections are as follows:
This LED lights if the backup battery set is connected in the
reverse polarity. The lighting of this LED will also be accompanied by the rupture of the battery fuse (F4) and the lighting of
the SYS FLT LED.
• I+ & I– Terminals These terminals are the input terminals for the
FAI Input. The FAI input is activated when a voltage between 9
and 30 volts is applied across these terminals in the correct polarity. See Section 1.3 - FAI Input Usage for more information.
bqDC2 Output (TB1) The DC2 output may optionally be con-
trolled by the FAI input. The full current of the FPO is available on
these terminals. If not using the FAI input, the DC2 fuse should be
inserted into the NC fuseholder to allow the DC2 output to provide
continuous power. See the sections on the FAI Input and DC2
Output Configuration for more information. These terminals accept
AWG12 – AWG18 wire.
• V+ & V– Terminals These terminals are a low-current auxiliary
voltage output which can be used with a dry contact or open collector for activating the FAI Input's I+ and I- terminals.
• L Terminals Latch Reset contact input. If a latching FAI Input is
desired, a normally closed contact is placed across these terminals. When the FAI Input is activated, it will latch in the activated
state until this contact is momentarily opened. If the latching
feature is not desired, leave these terminals open.
I
When powering magnetic loads such as maglocks, door
strikes, solenoids, etc, each of these loads must have a reverse
protection diode either built-in or external to the device.
brDC1 Output (TB1) The main DC output of the FPO power
supply. The full current of the FPO is available on these terminals at
all times and is unaffected by the FAI input. These terminals accept
AWG12 – AWG18 wire.
blFlexConnect Power Connections Faston connectors for
the power connection to any accessory boards to be connected.
Pre-terminated power leads are provided with the accessory
boards. For more information, see the instruction manual for any
accessory boards used in the system. Connections are as follows:
I
When powering magnetic loads such as maglocks, door
strikes, solenoids, etc, each of these loads must have a reverse
protection diode either built-in or external to the device.
• DC1 This faston provides a constant voltage output for
connection to the accessory boards.
bsDC2 Output Configuration (F2 & F3) By selecting the
• BR The DC Common (DC Ground) for the FPO power supply.
appropriate fuse holder for the DC2 fuse, the fail-safe or fail-secure
operation of the DC2 output can be selected.
• DC2 This faston provides an FAI controlled output that
operates in conjunction with the DC2 output terminals. This
connection is typically only used in single voltage systems
with D8 accessory boards. See the sections on the FAI Input
and DC2 Output Configuration for more information.
• DC2+ NO (F2) – the DC2 output will energize when an FAI
signal is received on the FAI input.
• DC2+ NC (F3) – the DC2 output will de-energize when an
FAI signal is received on the FAI input.
NetLink Power Connection (V+ & V–) Faston connecbm
If the FAI input is not used in the installation, placing the DC
fuse in the DC2+ NC fuseholder will allow the DC2 output to be
used as a second power output. Do not install fuses into both
fuse holders simultaneously.
tors for powering a NetLink network module. Do not power the
NetLink module from the DC1 or DC2 buss. See the NetLink
module manual for more information.
bnBattery Connection (BAT+ & BAT–) Faston connectors
DC1 (D4) – Green
bt
for connection of the backup battery set. Pre-terminated
battery leads are provided. See the Specifications section
for the maximum battery size. If no battery set is to be
used, ensure the BAT DET jumper is off to prevent a fault
condition from being annunciated.
This LED lights when voltage is available on the DC1 output
terminals.
ckOutput Voltage Selection (SW1) This switch or jumper
(depending on model) selects the output voltage of the FPO power
supply. Voltage settings are labeled on the PC board as follows:
H Note that FPO25-75 PCB's and FPO100-250 PCB's have
• 12 12VDC nominal out
• 24 24VDC nominal out
I Remove power before changing output voltage or damage to the
power supply could occur.
different battery connection layouts.
H An FPO set for a 12V output requires a 12V battery set. An
FPO supply set for a 24V output must use a 24V battery set
(two 12V batteries in series).
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1.3 FAI Input Usage
This section provides more detailed information on the connection and usage of the FAI input.
Activation with a Normally Open Relay Contact
FAI Activates when the
NO contact CLOSES.
FAI Deactivates when the
NO contact OPENS.
Latching the FAI Input
Latching of the FAI Input
is achieved by placing a
NC contact across the
two ‘L’ terminals. The FAI
may be activated by any
of the methods listed.
FAI Deactivates when the
input is deactivated AND
the NC Latching contact is
momentarily OPENED.
FAI INPUT
L
L V– I– I+ V+
NO
Contact
Example – NO Contact
activation with latching
FAI Deactivates when the
NC contact CLOSES.
FAI INPUT
L
Note: FAI with a NC contact
cannot be tested by removing
the terminal strip, as this will
remove the jumper wires from
V+ and V- as well. To test,
remove one wire going to the
NC Contact.
L V– I– I+ V+
L V– I– I+ V+
NC
Contact
NO
Contact
FAI Activation with a Normally Open Relay Contact
and FPO AC Fault Lock Over Ride
FAI Activates either, when the Fire Alarm NO contact CLOSES,
or when the AC Fault NC contact CLOSES
FAI Deactivates either, when the Fire Alarm NO contact OPENS,
or when the FPO AC Fault NC contact OPENS
NC
Contact
FAULTS
SYS
AC
C NC NO C NC NO
Activation with a Voltage Input
FAI Activates when voltage is
APPLIED in the correct polarity.
FAI Deactivates when voltage is
REMOVED or the polarity of the
voltage is REVERSED. Polarity
shown in the ACTIVATED state
L
FAI Activates when the NO contact CLOSES. FAI Deactivates
when the NO contact OPENS AND the NC contact momentarily
OPENS.
Activation with a Normally Closed Relay Contact
FAI Activates when the
NC contact OPENS.
FAI INPUT
FAI INPUT
L
L V– I– I+ V+
FAI INPUT
L
L V– I– I+ V+
FAI
INPUT
–+
9-30 VDC
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FAI Input Usage
1.4 Typical Installation & Wire Routing
AC Input Wiring
AC Input Wiring
Class
2
Class
2
FPO25
FPO75
FPO100FPO250
The drawing above shows a typical installation.
Actual configuration and wire routing will vary based on
the components installed in your system.
The following guidelines should be followed for installation:
•
•
•
•
Class 2 Power limited wiring must be separated from
non-power limited wiring by a minimum of 1/4 inch and
must use separate knockouts.
The installation and all wiring methods shall be in accordance with ANSI/NFPA70 and all local codes. For ULC
S527 compliance, installation and all wiring methods shall
be in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, C22.1,
Part I, Section 32.
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Any wiring passing through knockouts in the bottom or
top surfaces of the enclosure must be enclosed in rigid
or flexible metal conduit.
For Canadian Installations - For permanently connected
equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device shall be
incorporated external to the equipment. Output circuits
not connected to removable terminal strips shall also
utilize a readily accessible disconnect device.
FPO Installation Manual
1.5 Power-Up and Basic System Verification Checklist
Q
1.Ensure proper configuration of all jumpers and
switches.
Q
2.Apply AC power to the FPO power supply.
Q
3.Ensure the Green “AC ON” and “DC1” LEDs are lit.
The “DC2” LED may also be lit, depending on the
position of the DC2 fuse.
Q
4.Verify DC1 output voltage with a meter.
a. If set for the 12V nominal setting, the
voltage should be approximately 12.5VDC
b. If set for the 24V nominal setting, the
voltage should be approximately 25.0VDC
Q
5.Connect battery, if required for the installation.
Q
6.Verify that no yellow LEDs are lit on the FPO power
supply.
Q
7.If used, activate the FAI input and verify that the
red “FAI” LED lights and that the DC2 output
switches states. Deactivate the FAI input (and reset
the input if configured for latching) and verify that
the red FAI LED extinguishes and the DC2 output
returns to normal.
Q
8.If the battery presence jumper is enabled, remove
one lead from the battery – verify that the yellow
“SYS FLT” LED lights. Reconnect the battery and
the “SYS FLT” LED should extinguish.
Q
9.If the Earth Ground jumper is enabled, connect a
wire from the ground stud on the enclosure to the
DC1+ terminal – the “GND FLT” and “SYS FLT”
LEDs should light. Remove the wire and the “GND
FLT” and “SYS FLT” LEDs should extinguish. Repeat
for the DC1- terminal.
Q10.When a standby battery set is used, remove AC
power from the FPO power supply. Verify that the
“DC1” LED remains lit and that the “AC FLT” LED
lights. Reconnect AC power and verify that the “AC
FLT” extinguishes.
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Troubleshooting
Section 2 – Troubleshooting and Maintenance
2.1 Troubleshooting Table
Symptom
SYS FLT LED lit and SYS
FLT relay indicating a
trouble condition
Possible Problem
Battery Disconnected
Information / Possible Solution
• Verify that the battery is connected to the FPO. Check all crimp connections on the battery leads
• Verify that the battery set being used is charged and in good condition
• If no battery will be used in the installation, remove the BAT DET jumper
Earth Ground Fault
• This fault will be accompanied by the GND FLT LED being lit and will
only display if the EARTH GND DET jumper is ON
• An impedance exists between earth ground and a voltage output or DC Common connection on the FPO power supply, an accessory board, or any connected piece of equipment. Isolate the connection with the impedance by
removing wires in groups or one at a time until the fault clears. Note that
most accessory board terminal strips are removable
• Ensure that no other equipment in the system is set to detect earth ground
faults (including other FPO power supplies in the system). Enabling earth
ground detection on more than one piece of equipment in a system will
cause a conflict and may cause one or all pieces of equipment in the system
to display an earth ground fault
Low Battery Voltage
• Battery discharged or damaged– Allow the battery to charge or replace
the battery
High Battery Voltage
• Incorrect battery set– Ensure the battery set is configured properly for the
output voltage setting
• Problem with battery charging circuit– Contact LifeSafety Power
High or Low Output Voltage • Measure the output voltage at the DC1 terminals. The voltage should be
12.50V for the 12V setting or 25.00V for the 24V setting (±10%). Contact
LifeSafety Power if the voltage is outside of this range
Blown Fuse
• Check the DC1 and Battery fuses.
• Verify the integrity of the output wiring and powered devices before replacing any ruptured fuses. Replace fuses only with the same type and rating
Internal Problem
• Contact Lifesafety Power
AC FLT LED lit and AC FLT Primary AC Voltage Low or
relay indicating a trouble Missing
condition
• Verify that the AC input voltage is 120V or 230V (±15%) with a meter.
For safety, the green AC ON LED indicates the presence of any AC voltage on the input, but not the integrity of the voltage
120/230 Jumper (JP1) Set
Incorrectly
• Verify that JP1 is set correctly– intact for 120V input, cut for 230V input
Internal problem
• Contact LifeSafety Power
Blown DC1 Fuse
• Check fuse
• Verify the integrity of the output wiring and powered devices before
replacing any ruptured fuses. Replace fuses only with the same type
and rating
Power Supply Shut Down
• Verify DC output voltage, AC power, and backup battery voltage (if used)
• Check output load integrity and current draw
• If the FPO detects ten output faults within one minute, the supply will
shut down, transfer to battery backup (if available), and generate a fault
condition. Cycle AC power to reset the supply after determining the
cause of the output fault condition
No DC1 Output
DC1 LED Extinguished
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2.1 Troubleshooting Table (continued)
Symptom
Possible Problem
Information / Possible Solution
No DC2 Output
DC2 LED Extinguished
Blown DC2 Fuse
• Check fuse
• Verify the integrity of the output wiring and powered devices before replacing any ruptured fuses. Replace fuses only with the same type and rating
Output disabled due to FAI
• If the DC2 fuse is in the DC2+ NC fuseholder, the DC2 output will be disabled upon receipt of an FAI input, causing the DC2 LED to extinguish
• If the DC2 fuse is in the DC2+ NO fuseholder, the DC2 output will be disabled and the DC2 LED will be extinguished until receipt of an FAI input
Power Supply Shut Down
• Verify DC output voltage, AC power, and backup battery voltage (if used)
• Check output load integrity and current draw
• If the FPO detects ten output faults within one minute, the supply will
shut down, transfer to battery backup (if available), and generate a fault
condition. Cycle AC power to reset the supply after determining the
cause of the output fault condition
REV BAT LED lit
Battery connection reversed • Check the polarity of the battery connections at both ends of the battery
harness
• This LED will be accompanied by a blown Battery Fuse
AC ON LED Extinguished
Missing or extremely
low AC Input
• Verify that the AC input voltage is 120V or 230V (±15%) with a meter
Blown AC Fuse
• The FPO power supply’s AC input fuse is non-replaceable, as rupture of
this fuse indicates a major malfunction within the FPO supply. Contact LifeSafety Power
Missing Battery
Not Detected
Improper setting of
BAT DETECT Jumper
• The BAT DETECT jumper must be ON to detect a missing battery
Earth Ground Fault
Not Detected
Improper Setting of EARTH
GND DETECT jumper
• The EARTH GND DETECT jumper must be ON to detect an earth ground
fault
Another device in the system • Only one device in the system can have earth ground fault detection enhas earth ground detection
abled or conflicts will occur
enabled
2.2 Maintenance Instructions
The following are the maintenance instructions for the FPO
Series power supply system
•
•
•
Disconnect AC power prior to servicing
Verify that there are no fault conditions displayed on any of
the yellow fault LEDs as indicated in this instruction manual
Verify the integrity of all fuses and replace as necessary
using the fuse ratings supplied in the Specifications
section of this manual
•
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•
The battery set (if used) should be checked and replaced
if found to be defective or if more than 4 years old (or as
required by local code)
Verify that all output voltages are within range as specified
in the Specifications section of this document
Specifications
Section 3 – Specifications
3.1 Electrical Specifications
FPO Power Supplies
Specifications
AC Input
Standby
FPO25
FPO75
Voltage
120VAC or 230VAC
±15% at 50-60Hz
120VAC or 230VAC
±15% at 50-60Hz
Power
50 Watts
100 Watts
Current
100mA
100mA
Rated Current for UL603 Proprietary Current
Alarm Installations
1.25A maximum from 1.25A maximum from
all circuits in system all circuits in system
DC Output at 12V Setting
Voltage
12.5V ±0.5V nominal
12.5V ±0.5V nominal
Max Current
2A
6A
Ripple
120mV
120mV
Regulation
±2%
±2%
Efficiency
85% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
85% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
Voltage
25.0V ±0.5V nominal 25.0V ±0.5V nominal
Max Current
1A
3A
Ripple
120mV
120mV
Regulation
±2%
±2%
Efficiency
85% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
85% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
Size & Type
4-20AH Lead Acid
or Gel Cell
4-40AH Lead Acid
or Gel Cell
Charge Current
0.5A (±10%) Maximum
1A (±10%) Maximum
(Adjustable via
PowerCom Software)
DC1
ATM 3A
ATM 7.5A
DC2
ATM 3A
ATM 7.5A
Battery
ATM 3A
ATM 7.5A
BTU Output
BTU
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Fault Setpoints
Low AC
95V (±6%)
95V (±6%)
Earth GND
2000 Ohms
2000 Ohms
Output Voltage
±10% of nominal
±10% of nominal
Batt Voltage
±10% of nominal
±10% of nominal
Batt Presence
6–15V (12V Setting), 6–15V (12V Setting),
11–29V (24V Setting) 11–29V (24V Setting)
AC FLT
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
SYS FLT
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
DC Output at 24V Setting
Battery
Fuse Ratings
Fault Relay Contacts
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FPO Power Supplies (continued)
Specifications
AC Input
FPO100
FPO150
FPO200
FPO250
Voltage
120VAC or 230VAC
±15% at 50-60Hz
120VAC or 230VAC
±15% at 50-60Hz
120VAC or 230VAC
±15% at 50-60Hz
120VAC or 230VAC
±15% at 50-60Hz
Power
180 Watts
200 Watts
240 Watts
300 Watts
Standby
Current
100mA
100mA
100mA
100mA
Rated Current for
UL603 Proprietary
Alarm Installations
Current
2.5A maximum from 2.5A maximum from 2.5A maximum from 2.5A maximum from
all circuits in system all circuits in system all circuits in system all circuits in system
DC Output at
12V Setting
Voltage
12.5V ±0.5V nominal
12.5V ±0.5V nominal
12.5V ±0.5V nominal
12.5V ±0.5V nominal
Max Current
8A
12A
16A
20A
Ripple
120mV
120mV
120mV
120mV
Regulation
±2%
±2%
±2%
±2%
Efficiency
88% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
88% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
89% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
89% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
Voltage
25.0V ±0.5V nominal 25.0V ±0.5V nominal 25.0V ±0.5V nominal 25.0V ±0.5V nominal
Max Current
4A
6A
8A
10A
Ripple
120mV
120mV
120mV
120mV
Regulation
±2%
±2%
±2%
±2%
Efficiency
88% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
88% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
89% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
89% (120VAC
60Hz In, Full Load,
No Batt)
Size & Type
4-80AH Lead Acid
or Gel Cell
4-80AH Lead Acid
or Gel Cell
4-80AH Lead Acid
or Gel Cell
4-80AH Lead Acid
or Gel Cell
Charge Current
2A (±10%) Maximum 2A (±10%) Maximum 2A (±10%) Maximum 2A (±10%) Maximum
(Adjustable via
(Adjustable via
(Adjustable via
(Adjustable via
PowerCom Software) PowerCom Software) PowerCom Software) PowerCom Software)
DC1
ATM 10A
ATM 15A
ATM 30A
ATM 30A
DC2
ATM 10A
ATM 15A
ATM 30A
ATM 30A
Battery
ATM 10A
ATM 15A
ATM 30A
ATM 30A
BTU Output
BTU
44
66
88
109
Fault Setpoints
Low AC
95V (±6%)
95V (±6%)
95V (±6%)
95V (±6%)
Earth GND
2000 Ohms
2000 Ohms
2000 Ohms
2000 Ohms
Output Voltage
±10% of Nominal
±10% of Nominal
±10% of Nominal
±10% of Nominal
Batt Voltage
±10% of Nominal
±10% of Nominal
±10% of Nominal
±10% of Nominal
Batt Presence
6–15V (12V Setting), 6–15V (12V Setting), 6–15V (12V Setting), 6–15V (12V Setting),
11–29V (24V Setting) 11–29V (24V Setting) 11–29V (24V Setting) 11–29V (24V Setting)
AC FLT
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
SYS FLT
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
1A at 24VDC
DC Output at
24V Setting
Battery
Fuse Ratings
Fault Relay
Contacts
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Specifications
3.2 Temperature Specifications
All Models
Ambient Temperature
0°C to 49°C (32°F to 120°F)
Ambient Humidity
93% at 32°C (90°F) maximum
Storage Temperature
–30°C to 70°C (–22°F to 158°F)
3.3 Mechanical Specifications
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Power Supply Board - FPO25/75
Size
6.00" L x 4.00" W x 2.00" H (152mm L x 102mm W x 51mm H)
Approximate Weight
0.75 lbs. (0.340 kg)
Power Supply Board - FPO100/200/150/250
Size
8.25" L x 5.50" W x 2.5" H (210mm L x 140mm W x 64mm H)
Approximate Weight
1.38 lbs. (0.626 kg)
E1, E1M Enclosures
Size
14" H x 12" W x 4.5" D (356mm H x 305mm W x 114mm D)
Approximate Weight
8 lbs. (3.5 kg) empty
E2, E2M Enclosures
Size
20" H x 16" W x 4.5" D (508mm H x 406mm W x 114mm D)
Approximate Weight
18 lbs. (8.0 kg) empty
E4, E4M Enclosures
Size
24" H x 20" W x 4.5" D (508mm H x 508mm W x 114mm D)
Approximate Weight
21 lbs. (9.5 kg) empty
E4M1 Enclosure
Size
24" H x 20" W x 4.5" D (610mm H x 508mm W x 114mm D)
Approximate Weight
22 lbs. (10 kg) empty
E5, E5M Enclosures
Size
8.63" H x 11" W x 3" D (286mm H x 219mm W x 76mm D)
Approximate Weight
4 lbs. (2 kg) empty
E8M Enclosure
Size
36" H x 130" W x 4.5" D (910mm H x760mm W x 114mm D)
Approximate Weight
50 lbs. (22.5 kg) empty
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3.4 Replacement Parts
Board Kits
Order #
Description
FPO250
FPO150
FPO75
FPO25
B100
D8
D8P
F8P
C4
C4P
C8
C8P
N24
NL1
NLR
NS2
RB2
RB5
RB8
A01-007
A01-005
A01-003
A01-001
A03-009
A02-001
A02-002
A02-003
A02-004
A02-005
A02-006
A02-007
A02-008
A04-001
A11-001
A11-002
A11-003
A25-001
A25-002
A25-003
FPO250 replacement board
FPO150 replacement board
FPO75 replacement board
FPO25 replacement board
DC-DC Convertor (12VDC or adjustable 5 to 18VDC) replacement board
Simple distribution replacement board
Simple distribution (Class 2) replacement board
FAI controlled distribution replacement board
FAI controlled distribution (Class 2) replacement board
Four zone power control replacement board
Four zone power control (Class 2) replacement board
Eight zone power control replacement board
Eight zone power control (Class 2) replacement board
Two Input, 4 Output NAC Expander accessory replacement board
NetLink network communication board (used in FPO systems)
NetLink network communication kit / remote reset (used in FPA systems)
Reset module board for use with NL1
2A Relay, 12VDC or 24VDC input range, DP/DT
5A Relay, 12VDC or 24VDC input range, DP/DT
8A Relay, 12VDC or 24VDC input range, DP/DT
Hardware
Order #
Description
DL1
BDM
AC Cable
Battery Cable
Module Cable - 12"
Module Cable - 18"
Fuse - 3A
Fuse - 5A
Fuse - 7.5A
Fuse - 10A
Fuse - 15A
Fuse - 30A
Standoffs
Camlock Set
A05-001
A05-006
A05-005
A05-002
A05-003
A05-004
A05-201
A05-202
A05-203
A05-204
A05-205
A05-206
A05-301
A05-302
DataLink USB cable
Battery Disconnect Module cable
AC Input Cable for FPO Power Supply
Battery Harness – 24"
Accessory board cable set – 12"
Accessory board cable set – 18"
ATM-3A Fuse – Bag of 25
ATM-5A Fuse – Bag of 25
ATM-7.5A Fuse – Bag of 25
ATM-10A Fuse – Bag of 25
ATM-15A Fuse – Bag of 25
ATM-30A Fuse – Bag of 25
Nylon Standoffs – Bag of 25
Key and Lock fits LSP "E" enclosure
F8
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User Certificate
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