Impact Alarm System for Hospitals and Labs

Impact Alarm System for Hospitals and Labs
Form No. 74-00-4001
S168-527-001
Rev. B
IMPACT® ALARM SYSTEM
FOR HOSPITALS AND LABORATORIES
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
Allied Healthcare Products, Inc.’s IMPACT® alarms are designed to monitor the
status of piped medical gases, including clinical vacuum, WAGD and the
respective delivery pressures of each gas or vacuum. Observe the following
guide when designing or installing a specific medical gas alarm wiring system.
Patent Pending
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page No.
SECTION I
1.0
General Information
1.1.0
1.2.0
1.3.0
Precautions
Specifications
Description of Components
1.3.1.0
Back Box
1.3.2.0
Control Module
1.3.3.0
Pressure Module
1.3.4.0
Vacuum Module
1.3.5.0
Dual Display Module
1.3.6.0
10 Switch Signal Module
1.3.7.0
8 Transducer Module
1.3.8.0
Blank Module
SECTION II
2.0
Theory of Operation
2.1.0
2.2.0
2.3.0
2.4.0
2.5.0
2.6.0
2.7.0
Control Module
Pressure Display Module
Vacuum Display Module
Dual Display Module
10-Switch Signal Module
8 -Transducer Module
Power Supply
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SECTION III
3.0
Back Boxes, Front Panels & Universal Wall Plates
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3.1.0
3.2.0
3.3.0
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Back Boxes
Front Panels
Universal Wall Plate
SECTION IV
4.0
Installation
4.1.0
4.2.0
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.9.0
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.12.0
4.13.0
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Installing New Back boxes
Installing Universal Wall Plate
Installing Pressure & Vacuum Transducers
Installing Front Panel
Labeling the Modules
Wiring
Wiring the 115 or 230 VAC Mains
Wiring the Control Module
Wiring the Pressure and Vacuum Modules
Wiring the Dual Display Module
Wiring the 10-Switch Signal Module
Wiring the Wiring the 8 Transducer Module
Wiring the Pressure/Vacuum Transducers
SECTION V
5.0
Set-Up
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
Program Mode
Transducer Types and Set Points
Set PC Address
SECTION VI
6.0
Typical Wiring Diagram
SECTION VII
7.0
Replacement Parts For IMPACT Alarm
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SECTION I
1.0
GENERAL INFORMATION:
1.1.0
PRECAUTIONS:
1.1.1
WARNING:
Warnings are provided to alert the user to situations that may cause personal injury.
1.1.2
CAUTION:
Cautions are provided to alert the user to situations that may cause equipment damage.
WARNING:
WARNING:
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. DO NOT REMOVE POWER SUPPLY COVER. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. INSTALLATION TO BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
WARNING:
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. DISCONNECT ALL POWER FROM ALARM
INCOMING SIGNAL AND POWER MAINS BEFORE PERFORMING ANY WIRING.
WARNING:
GAS MUST BE SHUT OFF BEFORE PERFORMING STEP 4.3.2 AS PERSONAL
INJURY MAY OCCUR.
CAUTION:
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE COMPONENTS. USE GROUNDING
STRAP WHEN WORKING ON INSIDE OR WHEN INSTALLING ALARM SYSTEM.
CAUTION:
OVERHEATING OF THE LOWER PORTION OF THE PIGTAILS WILL CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE INTERNAL PARTS OF THE DISS FITTING.
CAUTION:
A PRESSURE TEST MUST BE PERFORMED WITHOUT PRESSURE/VACUUM
TRANSMITTER IN PLACE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE
TRANSMITTER.
CAUTION:
THE CABLE USED FOR REMOTE TRANSMITTERS MUST HAVE A STRAIN RELIEF
TO KEEP TENSION OFF THE TRANSMITTER LEADS.
CAUTION:
TURN POWER SWITCH OFF. DO NOT INSTALL FRONT PANEL WITH POWER ON,
AS THE MODULES MAY BE DAMAGED.
CAUTION:
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM ALLIED
HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS, INC.’S TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER. SUCH
SUBSTITUTIONS CAN CAUSE PREMATURE PRODUCT FAILURE AND MAY VOID
THE WARRANTY.
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1.2.0
Specifications:
1.2.1
Electrical Requirements:
AC 115 50/60 Hz , 0.5 Amps Max
AC 230 50/60 Hz, 0.3 Amps Max
1.2.2
Classification:
Protection Class I
1.2.3
Operation:
Continuous
1.2.4
1.2.5
1.2.6
Operating Conditions:
1.2.4.1
Temperature:
50°F to 100°F (10°C to 37.8°C)
1.2.4.2
Humidity:
30% to 75% RH
Shipping/Storing Conditions:
1.2.5.1
Temperature:
-40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
1.2.5.2
Humidity:
30% to 75% RH
Accuracy:
1.2.6.1
100 PSI Module Assy. ± 3 PSI
1.2.6.2
300 PSI Module Assy. ± 9 PSI
1.2.6.3
Vacuum Module Assy. ± 1 Inch Hg
1.2.6.4
3000 PSI Module Assy. ± 60 PSI
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The following description of components is included to familiarize you with the terminology used in this manual.
CAUTION:
CAUTION:
PROTECT THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS WITHIN THE BACK BOX BY KEEPING THE
DUST COVER IN PLACE UNTIL THE FRONT PANEL IS READY TO BE INSTALLED.
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE COMPONENTS. USE GROUNDING
STRAP WHEN WORKING ON INSIDE OR WHEN INSTALLING ALARM SYSTEM.
Dust cap
Gas pigtail
Back box
Adjustable
brackets
Power supply
FUSE
HOLDER
ON/OFF
SWITCH
Power-In
connection
Figure 1 – Back Box with Pigtails and Power Supply
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Pressure &
Vacuum
Transducers
1.3.0
Description of Components:
1.3.1
The Back Box:
1.3.1.1
The Back Box (see Figure 1) contains the system power supply, adjustable angle brackets, and gas Pig
tail(s).
1.3.1.2
Two types of back boxes exist:
1.3.1.2.1
Type 1(see Figure 1) contains copper pigtails to which an installer directly connects gas or vacuum.
1.3.1.2.1
Type 2 (not pictured) does not contain pigtails. This back box is designed to incorporate any combination
of Modules with remote Transducers, and for Master Alarm panels.
1.3.2
The Alarm Modules
Control
module
1.3.2.0
8- Transducer
module
1.3.7.0
10- Switch
module
1.3.6.0
Dual
display
module
1.3.5.0
Pressure
module
1.3.3.0
Figure 2- Alarm System modules
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Vacuum
module
1.3.4.0
Blank
module
1.3.8.0
SECTION II
2.0
THEORY OF OPERATION:
2.1.0
Control Module:
2.1.1
The Control Module (see Figure 2) is microprocessor based and controls the functions of the entire alarm
system. When power is on, the light (LED) at the bottom of the module will be green. If an alarm
condition is detected the audio alarm will sound. Pressing the ENTER/SILENCE button on the module will
turn off the audio alarm.
2.1.2
The Silence/Enter button (see Figure 3), is used to Silence the buzzer when the Panel is in alarm. When
in Program mode it is also used to Enter commands.
2.1.3
The Test/Shift button (see Figure 3), is used to run the self test and to Shift a digit to the left when in
program mode.
2.1.4
The Up button (see Figure 3), is used to increment the right digit up when in program mode. It is also
used to command any 8-Transducer Module to display the next sensor.
2.1.5
The Down button (see Figure 3), is used to increment the right digit down when in program mode. It is
also used to command any 8-Transducer Module to display the next sensor.
2.1.6
Test - The TEST Button on the panel of the Control Module will initiate a system test that will sequentially
test each Pressure, Vacuum, 10-Switch Signal and 8 Transducer Module. The system should be tested at
least once per year. The test for each Panel Module consists of several tests in the following order:
LED Display Test - To ensure that all the display segments are functional and under the control of the
system, they will first all be activated. The displays should read 88, 888, or 8888.
Board Address - The display will show its local address. The Control Module will display 01, and each
additional board will display 2, 3 etc. 10-switch modules will illuminate the appropriate LED, counting
down from the top, to indicate its address.
Sensor Type and Set Point – Each Module will display its Transducer Type (A – F) and then its 2-digit
set point. (See Set Up)
Buzzer Test – At the end of the Self Test, the buzzer will put out a short beep
2.1.7
Alarm Silence - When an alarm condition is detected, the ENTER/SILENCE button can be used to cancel
the audio alarm. The 2 digit display will show A2 to indicate an Alarm on board 2, and so forth.
2.1.8
Multiple Alarm Conditions - Silencing the initial fault will not prevent the audio alarm from sounding due
to subsequent alarm conditions from other modules. You will have to press the silence button for each
alarm.
Figure 3-Control Module keypad
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2.2.0
Pressure Display Module:
2.2.1
The Pressure Module (see Figure 2) contains an LED display which provides continuous pressure
readings for a single gas pressure line. During normal operation, four green colored LED’s indicate a
normal operating range. Once the pressure monitor deviates from the normal operating pressure to ± 17%
from the nominal, a yellow LED will light on either side of the green or normal LED’s. Once the pressure
deviates more than +/- 20% a red LED activates and an alarm will sound.
2.2.2
Alarm State - When an alarm condition occurs, one LED will turn red, and the audio alarm will be
activated. Actual pressure and vacuum levels can be observed on the digital display at all times. The
visual indicator will remain red until the alarm condition is cleared. The audio indication will remain active
for the duration of the alarm condition unless silenced by the alarm silence button (see Figure 3) on the
Control Module.
2.3.0
Vacuum Display Module:
The Vacuum Module (see Figure 2) contains an LED display, which provides continuous vacuum
readings for a single gas vacuum line. During normal operation, green colored LED’s indicate a normal
operating range. Once the vacuum value deviates below 14.0 in Hg for sensor type C or 355 mmHg for
sensor type B, the yellow LED lights up. When the vacuum deviates below 12.0 in Hg for sensor type C or
304 mmHg for sensor type B, the red LED activates and an alarm will sound.
2.4.0
Dual Display Module:
2.4.1
The Dual Display Module (see Figure 2) contains two LED displays and two sets of LED operating range
indicators. The two displays can show Pressure, Vacuum or a combination of both. During normal
operating range the center single LED will indicate a Normal situation with a green light. Once a Vacuum
deviates below 14 in Hg or 335 mm Hg, the yellow LED lights up. When the vacuum deviates below 12 inHg or 304mm Hg, the red LED activates and an alarm will sound. When a pressure sensor is used the
Display will indicate its continuous pressure reading for a single gas. During normal operating range the
center single LED will indicate a Normal situation with a green light. Once the Pressure deviates 17% of
nominal, the yellow LED lights up. When the Pressure deviates more than the 20% the appropriate (high
or low) red LED activates and an alarm will sound.
2.5.0
10-Switch Signal Module:
2.5.1
The 10 Switch Signal Module (see Figure 2) is used exclusively to monitor normally closed remote switch
signals. These discrete ON/OFF signals can represent conditions such as “Reserve in Use”, “Liquid Level
Low”, High/Low Line Pressure or the status of another alarm panel. The 10 Switch Signal Module
contains ten dual colored LED’s located adjacent to the signal label being monitored. Each input has 3
modes of operation: 0 – Off, 1 – Normal, 2 – Indicator Only
Mode 0 - Off, the input will be inactive and the LED off.
Mode 1 - Normal, during normal operation, the LED is green. If any input in Normal mode switches from
normal to a fault condition, the audio alarm will sound and the red LED (Fault Indicator) next to the label of
the fault condition will turn red. Pressing the alarm silence button on the Control Module will silence the
audio alarm. Subsequent activation of any other signal will cause the silenced audio alarm to sound again.
Only correction of the fault monitored by the individual Fault Indicator will cause the red LED to turn green.
Mode 2 - In Indicator Only Mode, during normal operation, the LED is green. If any input in Indicator Only
Mode switches from normal to a fault condition, the audio alarm will not sound and the LED next to the
label of the fault condition will turn yellow. This mode can be used to monitor non alarming inputs such as
pumps running.
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2.6.0
8-Transducer Module:
2.6.1
The 8-Transducer Module (see Figure 2) is used exclusively to monitor up to 8, 4-20 mA sensors and
indicate a numerical value on a LED Display. The 8-Transducer Module contains 8 dual colored LED’s
located adjacent to the signal being monitored. During normal operation, each LED is green. The 4-digit
display will show each sensor output in sequence, flashing the LED next to the sensor display. The LED’s
will turn red should one or more of the eight-signals switch from normal to a fault condition.
2.7.0
Power Supply:
2.7.1
The Connection to the 115/230 Volt, 50/60 Hertz mains are provided in the back box (see Figure 10). The
fuse is located on the power supply cover. The fuse should be a 250V 3A fuse.
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SECTION III
3.0
BACK BOXES, FRONT PANELS & UNIVERSAL WALL PLATES:
3.1.0
Back Boxes:
3.1.1
The Back Boxes are available in two sizes.
3.1.1.1
The first back box (Figure 4) is 14.0 inches long and will accommodate one Control Module and three
other modules.
3.1.1.2
The second back box (Figure 5) is 23.875 inches long and will accommodate one Control Module and six
other modules.
3.2.0
Front Panels, New Installation:
3.2.1
The Front Panels are available in two sizes.
3.2.1.1
The first front panel (Figure 6) is 16.0 inches long and will accommodate one Control Module and three
other modules.
3.2.1.2
The second front panel (Figure 7) is 25.75 inches long and will accommodate one Control Module and six
other modules.
3.3.0.
Universal Wall Plates (For Retro-fit Installation):
3.3.1
The Universal Wall Plates are intended to be installed over an existing back box. There are two sizes
available.
3.3.1.1
The first universal wall plate (Figure 8) is 17.5 inches long, 16.0 inches tall, and is used to adapt the 3module Front Panel to the 3-module Universal Wall Plate.
3.3.1.2
The second universal wall plate (Figure 9) is 27.375 inches long, 16 inches tall, and is used to adapt the 6module Front Panel to the 6-module Universal Wall Plate.
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Knock-outs
for power in
Knock-outs
For signal
inputs (3)
Figure 4, 3-Module Back Box
Knock-outs
for power in
Knock-outs
for signal
inputs (6)
Figure 5, 6-Module Back Box
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Figure 6, 3-Module, Front Panel
Figure 7, 6-Module, Front Panel
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Figure 8, 3-Module, Universal retrofit Panel
Figure 9, 6-Module, Universal Retrofit Panel
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SECTION IV
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. INSTALLATION TO BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
4.0
INSTALLATION:
4.1.0
Installing New Back Box:
4.1.1
Remove the back box from the shipping carton, and store carton with Front Panel in a safe dry place, until
all plastering and wiring is complete.
4.1.2
Install the back box at the specified height, in a rough-in wall (see Figure 10). Fasten it securely to the
wall framing. Make sure the front face of the back box is level and flush with the finished wall
surface. The contractor is reminded to coordinate with other trades in anchoring alarms rigidly into the
wall. It is not sufficient to simply grout them in. The adjustable flanges on either side of the back-box
are used for various thicknesses of drywall.
4.1.3
For general installation guidelines, refer to NFPA 99, “Health Care Facilities”, and NFPA “National
Electrical Code”.
4.1.3
Remove Dust Caps and Dust Cover to connect pigtails to appropriate laterals. Do not discard Dust Cover
fasteners as they are used to attach Front Panel hinge and lanyards.
4.1.4
For Transducers installed within the back-box, as the connections are being made, identify each line inside
the Back Box with the furnished labels. Be careful not to damage the DISS fitting (by over-heating the
lower portion) while silver brazing.
Wrap the pigtail with a damp cloth or use a commercially available heat sink to minimize over-heating (see
Figure 11).
4.1.5
Replace the Dust Cover until it is time to pressure test the system.
115 OR 230 VAC
CONDUIT LINE
INTO BACK-BOX
PIGTAILS FOR
CONNECTION
TO MEDICAL
GAS/VACUUM
LINES
DUST
COVER
Figure 10 – Box Installed In Wall
Figure 11 – Minimize Overheating Of Valve
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CAUTION:
OVERHEATING OF THE LOWER PORTION OF THE PIGTAILS WILL CAUSE DAMAGE
TO THE INTERNAL PARTS OF THE DISS FITTING.
4.2.0
Installing Universal Wall Plate for Retrofit Installation
4.2.1
Remove the Universal Wall Plate with Front Panel from the shipping carton (see Figure 12). Locating the
Universal Wall Plate will require that you check to make sure all electrical and mechanical components do
not interfere with the specific back-box being retro-fit. Open the hinged front panel from the Universal wall
plate. Gently place it over the back-box, looking for any component interference by slowly closing and
opening the front panel. Make certain the Universal wall plate is level. Then, using the hole pattern in the
Universal Wall plate, scribe the hole locations for either wall anchors or screws for existing wall studs.
Screws and Wall anchors are provided.
4.2.2
When using the Wall anchors pilot drill thru the drywall with a 5/16” drill. Then insert flush to flange on wall
anchor.
4.2.3
Attach the Universal Wall Plate with the four 2-1/2” stainless screws provided. (see Figure 12)
4.2.4
Opening the Front Panel will reveal the Alarm modules, as well as the existing back box.
4.2.5
To install the required power supply, (see Figure 13) disconnect and discard existing power supply, as it
may not be appropriate for this application. All existing electronics should be discarded, as the Chemetron
retrofit alarm is a self contained unit requiring no additional electronics.
4.2.6
Using the three holes in the Chemetron Power Supply sheet metal cover as a template, scribe the three
hole locations into the back box. Make certain there is room for the Pressure/Vacuum Transducers when
locating Power Supply in the Back Box.
4.2.7
To assemble the Chemetron Power Supply unit, pilot drill the three holes with a number 35 drill (0.110”
diameter).
4.2.8
Using the three 6-32 x ¼” Lg., self-tapping sheet metal screws provided, install the Power Supply.
4.2.9
Connect the power supply cable to the Control Module making certain no power is connected to the power
supply in the back box.
4.2.10
See section 2.7.0 for wiring details
UNIVERSAL
WALL
PLATE
FRONT
PANEL
2-1/2” STAINLESS
SCREWS (4)
6-32 Self
Tapping
Screws (3)
CHEMETRON
POWER
SUPPLY
Figure 12 – Install Universal Wall Plate
Figure 13 – Install Power Supply
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CAUTION:
4.3.0
4.3.1
A PRESSURE TEST MUST BE PERFORMED WITHOUT PRESSURE OR VACUUM
TRANSDUCER IN PLACE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE TRANSDUCER.
Installing Pressure or Vacuum Transducers:
Installing the Pressure or Vacuum Transducers inside the Back Box. For each Module, assemble the
transducer to the correctly labeled male DISS fitting (see Figure 14). Repeat this step for each Transducer.
Refer to Section 4.13.0 for wiring instructions.
WARNING:
4.3.2
GAS MUST BE SHUT OFF BEFORE PERFORMING STEP 4.3.2 AS PERSONAL INJURY
MAY OCCUR.
Installing the Pressure or Vacuum Transducers outside the Back Box (see Figure 14). Install a 1/8-27 NPT
connection in the hospital piping system at intended location of Transducers (install per NFPA 99). Screw
a male DISS fitting into the above installed connector.
Assemble the transducer to the male DISS fitting (see Figure 14). Repeat this step for each Transducer.
Refer to Section 4.13.0 for wiring instructions.
BACK BOX INSTALLATION
REMOTE INSTALLATION
DISS MALE
SCREW ONTO
FITTING
PRESSURE/VACUUM
TRANSDUCER
DISS MALE
PRESSURE/VACUUM
TRANSDUCER
1/8” NPT
HOSPITAL PIPING SYSTEM CONNECTION
(BY INSTALLER)
Figure 14 – Transducer Installation
WARNING:
DO NOT INSTALL TRANSDUCERS UNTIL AFTER ALL SYSTEM PRESSURE TESTS ARE
COMPLETED PER NFPA 99. CONDUCTING PRESSURE TESTING WITH VACUUM
TRANSDUCERS INSTALLED WILL DESTROY THE TRANSDUCER.
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4.4.0
Installing the Front Panel:
4.4.1
Remove Front Panel from carton and unwrap protective cover.
4.4.2
Using the pre-assembled Christmas tree plugs located on the hinge, gently install the plugs into the back
box holes, (2) which do not contain threaded inserts (See Figure 15). These plugs are used as a
temporary holding device to aid assembly in the field.
4.4.3
While supporting the front panel, attach the hinge to the back box using four of the 6-32 fasteners provided
to hold the dust cover on the back box (See Figure 16).
4.4.4
While supporting the front panel, finish installation by attaching both lanyards with the fasteners used to
hold the dust cover on the back box (See Figure 16).
4.5.0
Labeling the Modules:
4.5.1
Disconnect the power supply cable from the Control Module.
4.5.2
Support the Front panel and remove the individual modules to be labeled (see Figure 17).
4.5.3
Lift the overlay of each Module and label it with the appropriate Gas Service Label (see Figure 18). Each
label has a locating pocket in the plastic module. Double-sided tape is provided at the top of the module.
The installer is to remove the protective cover from the tape, install labels, then press down on the overlay
to reattach the overlay to the plastic module. Make certain holes in overlay align with register pins in
plastic module.
4.5.4
Lift the overlay of each 10-Switch Signal and 8-Transducer module (see Figure 19 & Figure 20) and label it
with the Main Annunciator labels and the 10-Switch Signal Labels. Double-sided tape is provided at the
top of the module. The installer is to remove the protective cover off the tape, install labels, then press
down on the overlay to reattach the overlay to the plastic module. Make certain holes in overlay align with
register pins in plastic module.
4.5.5
Reinstall the modules in the front panel assembly.
CAUTION:
4.5.6
TURN POWER SWITCH OFF. DO NOT INSTALL FRONT PANEL WITH POWER ON AS THE
MODULES MAY BE DAMAGED.
Plug the power cable from the Power Source to the Control Module on the front panel (see Figure below).
Replace the primary fuse.
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Christmas
tree plug
Lanyard
Figure 15 – Christmas tree plug installation
Figure 16 – Installing hinge and lanyards
Figure 17 – Remove Module for Labeling
Figure 18 – Installing Gas Service Labels
Figure 19 – Labeling 10 Switch Signal Module
Figure 20 – Labeling 8- Transducer Module
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4.6.0
Wiring:
4.6.1
Remove the dust cover from front of back box. Box should be level and flush with finished wall.
4.6.2
Do not remove the Power Supply Cover.
4.7.0
Wiring the 115 or 230 VAC Mains:
WARNING
4.7.1
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. DISCONNECT ALL POWER FROM ALARM INCOMING SIGNAL
AND POWER MAINS BEFORE PERFORMING ANY WIRING.
Bring 115 or 230 volts AC line, thru conduit, to the left top side of the Back Box (see Figure 10) and
connect conductors to the terminal block mounted on the outside of the power supply: Hot wire to terminal
labeled “L” ; Neutral wire to terminal labeled “N”; and the Ground wire to terminal labeled “G”. Note, strain
relief should be used to attach Main Power to back box. Power for master and area alarms from the life
safety branch of the emergency electrical system as described in Chapter 4, Electrical Systems. Power
for local alarms, dew point sensors, and carbon monoxide sensors permitted to be from the same
essential electrical branch as is used to power the air compressor system. Wiring from switches or
sensors that is supervised or protected as required by Section 517.30(C) (3) of NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code, for emergency system circuits.
Electrical supply should be from the standard and essential electrical system, life safety branch.
4.7.2
Pull Signal and Common wires from remote switches and slave panels through the bottom of the Back
Box. Knock outs are provided. Unless otherwise specified, all signal wiring shall be #24 AWG stranded
shielded wire or better:
4.7.3
Knockouts are provided for making conduit connections to the box. The maximum recommended wire
length to any Remote Switch is 2,000 feet. For distances greater than 2,000 feet, use a lower gauge
(larger diameter) wire, such as #20 AWG, or contact your local Allied Healthcare Products, Inc.
representative. All wiring should be installed according to local and national codes (N.E.C. Article 800).
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4.8.0
Wiring the Control Module:
Connect the 3 pin power cable from the power supply to the J11 connector on the Control Module.
Connect a ribbon cable from the J16 connector to the adjacent module. If the computer monitoring system
is to be used connect the incoming RS-485 cable (Belden # 9841) to one of the terminal blocks J9 or J10.
Connect the outgoing RS-485 cable to the other terminal block. The RS-485 can work out to 5,000 feet
from Data Converter to the furthest panel. The shielding wire must be connected to the (G) position, the
white wire to the (W) and the blue wire to the (B) position, as in figure 21. Be careful to ensure that there
is no contact between the connections, short circuits can be very hard to find and will disable the
communications. Carefully prepare the wire as shown in figure 24. See the PC Software Installation
Manual for more details on setting up the computer monitoring system.
Figure 21
NOTE:
4.9.0
THE MAXIMUM OPEN CIRCUIT VOLTAGE ON THE ELECTRONIC DRY CONTACTS IS TO BE 40
VOLTS DC OR 40 VOLTS AC PEAK. 0.35 AMPS PEAK CURRENT.
Wiring the Pressure and Vacuum Modules:
Connect the ribbon cable from the adjacent module to the J10 connector and if there is another module
connect it to the J11 connector with another ribbon cable. Connect the transducers red wire to the (R)
position of the J4 terminal block and the black wire to the (B) position. Optionally the shielding of the
transducer may be connected to the remaining position on J4 used to connect the transducer shielding to
ground on the board. (See Figure 22.)
Figure 22
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Terminal blocks J6 and J7 can provide switch signal outputs for high alarm (HAO), normal (NmO) and low
alarm (LAO), each output signal has a corresponding ground input (GIN). (See Figure 23.)
Figure 23
Figure 24
CAUTION:
THE CABLE USED FOR REMOTE TRANSDUCERS MUST HAVE A STRAIN RELIEF TO KEEP
TENSION OFF THE TRANSDUCER LEADS.
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4.10.0
Wiring the Dual Display Module:
Connect the ribbon cable from the adjacent module to the J10 connector and if there is another module
connect it to the J11 connector with another ribbon cable. Connect transducers 1’s red wire to the (R)
position of the J4 terminal block and the black wire to the (B) position. Optionally the shielding of the
transducer may be connected to the remaining position on J4. Connect transducer 2 to the J5 terminal
block. Terminal blocks J6 – J9 can provide switch signal outputs for high alarm (HAO), normal (NmO) and
low alarm (LAO), each output signal has a corresponding ground input (GIN). Transducer 1 outputs on J8
and J9 and transducer 2 outputs on J6 and J7. (See Figure 25.)
Figure 25
4.11.0
Wiring the 10-Switch Signal Module:
Connect the ribbon cable from the adjacent module to the J15 connector and if there is another module
connect it to the J16 connector. The terminal blocks J13 and J14 can take up to 10 switch signal inputs. If
the signal to be monitored is coming from a Pressure Vacuum or Dual Module connect the Alarm or
Normal signal output from that module to one of the signal input (SI) positions and the ground in from that
module to the ground output (GI) position. (See Figure 26.)
Figure 26
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4.12.0
Wiring the 8 Transducer Module:
Connect the ribbon cable from the adjacent module to the J15 connector and if there is another module
connect it to the J16 connector with another ribbon cable. Connect up to 8 transducers to the terminal
blocks at the bottom of the board. Connect the transducers red wire to the (R) position of the terminal
block and the black wire to the (B) position. Optionally the shielding of the transducer may be connected
to the remaining position on the terminal block. The transducer connected to the S1 terminal block will
correspond to the top LED indicator. ( See Figure 27.)
4.13.0
Wiring the Pressure/Vacuum Transducers
Figure 27
For Transducers installed in the Back box, the Transducers are wired to the three pin terminal block. The
blocks are labeled Sen1 – Sen8 depending on the number of possible transducer inputs. Connect the red
wire to the R position and the Black wire to the B position of the terminal block. The third position on the
terminal block may optionally be used to connect the transducer shielding to ground on the board. For
Transducers installed remotely, the transducer can be located up to 2,000 feet from the Alarm Back Box.
When remote Transducers are used, a 2 wire 24 AWG stranded shielded cable or better is required.
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SECTION V
5.0
Set-up:
5.0.1
Setup is performed without removing the front panel from back box. All Set-Up procedures are performed
through the keypad located on the front panel on the Control Module.
5.1.0
Program Mode:
To enter program mode press and hold the Test/Shift button down for about 6 seconds. If the 2 digit LED
display is off when program mode is entered the LED display will turn on. If the LED display is already on
prior to pressing the button, once program mode is entered the LED display will flash off and then back on.
Once in program mode the PC address will be displayed.
5.1.1
Transducer Types and Set Points:
To set up the transducers first enter program mode. Once in program mode use the SHIFT UP and
DOWN buttons to enter a command of 28. Press the UP button until a 2 is displayed on the right digit,
then press the SHIFT button to shift the 2 to the Left digit, then press the down button until an 8 is
displayed on the right digit. Once the LED’s are displaying 28, press the Enter button to send a Set
Sensor command. The LED displays on modules 2 – 7 will all shut off and a 1A (default) will be displayed
on the Control Module, the 1 signifies the sensor number 1, and A the sensor type. If the first sensor has
already been set up to something other than a type A that will be displayed instead of 1A. Sensors will be
setup starring with module 2 sensor 1 and continue through to the last sensor on the last module in order.
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the sensor type, then press ENTER. The modules LED’s will
then turn on and display the new sensor type. Next use the SHIFT UP and DOWN buttons set the two digit
set point for the sensor type just entered and press enter. You will only enter the two most significant
digits for each sensor. For example, for sensor type D use a 10 for a set point of 100. For sensor type E
use a 01 for a set point of 100 and a 10 for a set point of 1000. Press enter after setting the 2 digits of the
set point on the control module and the pressure module will then display the full set point. Continue this
process until all sensor types and set points have been entered. If a mistake is made you will have to
repeat the entire process. Entering a set point of 0 will disable that input.
5.1.1.1
5.1.1.2
5.1.1.3
If one or more 10 Switch Signal Modules are included in the panel for each of the 10 inputs enter a 0 to
disable that input, 1 – for normal operation or a 2 – for Indicator Only operation. Mode 0, the input will be
inactive and the LED off. Mode 1, during normal operation, the LED is green. If any input in Normal mode
switches from normal to a fault condition, the audio alarm will sound and the red LED (Fault Indicator) next
to the label of the fault condition will turn red. Pressing the alarm silence button on the Control Module will
silence the audio alarm. Subsequent activation of any other signal will cause the silenced audio alarm to
sound again. Only correction of the fault monitored by the individual Fault Indicator will cause the red LED
to turn green. Mode 2, Indicator Only Mode, during normal operation, the LED is green. If any input in
Indicator Only Mode switches from normal to a fault condition, the audio alarm will not sound and the LED
next to the label of the fault condition will turn yellow.
All transducers used must provide a 4 – 20 mA output to function properly. Sensor type A is for 0 – 99.9
PSI sensor. Sensor type B & C are for 0 – 14.7 PSI vacuum sensors, type B will display 0 to 760 mm Hg
and C will display 0 – 29.9 in Hg. Sensor type D will display 0 – 300 PSI. Sensor type E (for the 8
transducer board only) is for 0 – 3000 PSI. Sensor type F is for any other 4 – 20 mA sensor such as flow
or temperature and will display 0 – 99.9 % of full scale.
Sensor type A and D will alarm at +/- 20% deviation from the set point. Sensor type B will alarm below
305 mm Hg. Sensor type C will alarm below 12.0 in Hg. Sensor type E will only alarm if the pressure
goes below the actual set point, there is no Hi alarm. Sensor type F will only alarm if the input goes above
the set point, there is no Low alarm
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Sensor Types:
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
Range
0-100 psi
0-760 mmHg (V)
0-30 inHg (V)
0-300 psi
0-3000 psi
0-100%
Default Set Point
50
483 No Hi Alarm
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No Hi Alarm
165
1500 No Hi Alarm *
50
No Low Alarm *
(V) - Vacuum
* Set Point is the Actual Alarm Point
5.1.2
Set PC Address:
5.1.2.1
If the PC monitoring program is to be used each alarm on a line must have a unique address.
To set the address enter program mode, once in program mode the current address will be displayed if the
address has not been set up yet a 00 will be displayed. Once in program mode enter a command of 29,
(Set PC Address) and then enter the desired address. If the same address is used more than once on a
line communications errors could result. See the PC Software Installation Manual for more details on
setting up the computer monitoring system. To check the PC Address, enter program mode and the PC
Address will be displayed.
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SECTION VI
6.0
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM:
RS-485 (BELDEN #9841)
TO NEXT PANEL
FROM DATA CONVERTER
GND
WHITE
BLUE
WHITE
RED
GND
BLUE
GND
BLACK
GREEN
BLACK
GND
RED +15
GND
10 CONDUCTOR
RIBBON
AC
WHITE
NEUTRAL
TO TRANSDUCER
10 CONDUCTOR
RIBBON
10 CONDUCTOR
RIBBON
10 SWITCH SIGNAL
SENSOR
ORANGE
+5
BLACK
LINE
GND
SCREW
CONTROL
PRESSURE
VAC
SWITCH
FUSE
RED
TO TRANSDUCER
(TYPICAL ALL TERMINAL BLOCKS)
8 TRANSDUCER
GND
BLACK
Figure 28 – Typical Wiring Diagram
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TO NORMALLY
CLOSED SWITCH INPUTS
(TYPICAL ALL TERMINAL BLOCKS)
SECTION VII
REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR IMPACT ALARM :
7.0
Figure 29 – Pressure/Vacuum Switch
NOTE: When wiring the pressure switch, if you want to get an alarm when the pressure is abnormal
(either Hi or Low) use the wiring from the Abnormal section. This will only take one input on your 10
switch signal board and will alarm if the pressure goes either Hi or Low.
If you want to get a specific Hi or Low alarm, follow the Wiring for Hi/Low you will need to use one input on
the 10 switch signal board for the Hi and one for the Low
1.
Wiring for Abnormal – Wire purple and brown wires together. The blue wire gets wired to the alarms’ 10switch signal PCB labeled “SI” (signal input). The orange wire gets wired to the alarms’ 10-switch signal
PCB labeled “GO”(ground out). See Figure 29.
2.
Wiring for Hi/Low - Wire purple wire to alarms’ 10 switch signal PCB labeled “GO”, and wire the blue
wire to alarms’ 10-switch signal PCB labeled “SI” for one channel. Wire the brown wire to the alarms’ 10switch signal PCB labeled “GO”, and the orange wire to the alarms’ 10-switch signal PCB labeled “SI”, for
the other channel.
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Figure 30 – Pressure Switch - Nitrogen
Figure 31– Wiring For Nitrogen Pressure Switch
NOTE: When wiring the pressure switch, if you want to get an alarm when the pressure is abnormal
(either Hi or Low) use the wiring from the Abnormal section. This will only take one input on your 10
switch signal board and will alarm if the pressure goes either Hi or Low.
If you want to get a specific Hi or Low alarm, follow the Wiring for Hi/Low you will need to use one input on
the 10 switch signal board for the Hi and one for the Low
1. Wiring for Abnormal – Wires “C” and “D” are wired together. Wire “A” is wired to the Alarms’ 10switch signal PCB, labeled “SI” (signal input). Wire “F” is wired to the Alarms’ 10-switch signal PCB
labeled “GO” (ground out). (See Figure 31).
2. Wiring For A Hi-Lo Input – Wire “A” is wired to Alarms’ 10-switch signal PCB labeled “SI” and wire
“C” is wired to “GO”, for one input. Wire “F” is wired to Alarms’ 10-switch signal PCB labeled “SI” and
“D” is wired to “GO” for other input. (See Figure 31.)
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All Repair Parts listed are field replaceable.
NOTE:
Parts not identified as field replaceable are not considered to be such and in the event of malfunction or
breakdown of one of these parts, the entire assembly should be replaced or returned to our factory.
Contact our Factory Technical Support Center at 800-411-5136 if you have any questions.
CAUTION:
7.0
Replacement Parts for the IMPACT Alarm System:
Catalog
Number
74-90-9002
74-90-9001
74-90-9005
74-90-9006
74-13-0100
74-13-0101
74-13-0102
74-13-0103
74-13-0104
74-13-0105
74-13-0106
74-13-0107
74-14-9051
74-14-9052
74-14-9053
74-14-9054
74-14-9055
74-14-9056
74-14-9057
74-90-0100
74-91-0001
74-91-0002
74-91-0003
74-92-0007
74-92-0004
74-92-0003
74-92-0001
74-92-0005
74-92-0006
74-92-0002
74-92-0070
74-92-0072
74-92-0071
74-92-0073
74-92-0074
74-92-0075
74-91-1001
*
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM ALLIED HEALTHCARE
PRODUCTS, INC.’S TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER. SUCH SUBSTITUTION CAN CAUSE
PREMATURE PRODUCT FAILURE AND MAY VOID THE WARRANTY.
Description
Transducer, Vacuum
Transducer, 100 psi
Transducer, 300 psi
Transducer, 3000 psi
Pressure Switch for Oxygen
Pressure Switch for Vacuum
Pressure Switch for Nitrous Oxide
Pressure Switch for Medical Air
Pressure Switch for Carbon Dioxide
Pressure Switch for Nitrogen *
Pressure Switch for Oxygen/Carbon Dioxide
Pressure Switch for Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal (WAGD)
Kit, Transmitter, Oxygen (Diss. Fitting included)
Kit, Transmitter, Vacuum (Diss. Fitting included)
Kit, Transmitter, Nitrous Oxide (Diss. Fitting included)
Kit, Transmitter, Air (Diss. Fitting included)
Kit, Transmitter, Carbon Dioxide (Diss. Fitting included)
Kit, Transmitter, Nitrogen (Diss. Fitting included)
Kit, Transmitter, Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal (Diss. Fitting included)
Copper Pigtail
Label, Gas Service Identification, USA/ISO
Label, ANNUNCIATOR,
Main Label, Annunciator,
Dual Display Module
Vacuum Module
Pressure Module
Control Module
10 Switch Signal Module
8 Transducer Signal Module
Blank module
Fuse, Main Power 3 Amp
(115/230 Volt SYSTEM)
Fuse Holder
Switch On/Off
10 Pin ribbon cable
Power supply harness cable
Power supply
Label, Gas Service Identification, CSA
Two Required For Low and High Signals
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Figure No.
Where Shown
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 2
Figure 2
Figure 2
Figure 2
Figure 2
Figure 2
If any problems are noted with this product, contact the Allied Healthcare
Products, Inc.’s Technical Support Center for assistance at 800-411-5136.
LIMITED WARRANTY
The seller makes no warranties, expressed or implied, including, but not
limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose, except as expressly stated in the seller’s contract or
the sales acknowledgment form.
Allied Healthcare Products, Inc.
1720 Sublette Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-1968
Telephone: 314-771-2400
Toll Free: 800-444-3954
FAX: 800-477-7701
© Allied Healthcare Products, Inc. 2005
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