CM705B - Universal Expander Module CM707B

CM705B - Universal Expander Module CM707B
CM705B - Universal Expander Module
CM707B - Plug On Zone Expander
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Installer Reference Guide
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CM705B
Installer Reference Guide
CM705B - Universal Expander Module
The CM705B universal expander provides a cost effective way to increase the control panels zone inputs, programmable outputs and power supply capacity using a single expander module. This module is extremely useful when
the system is comprised of multiple areas, as an expander can be located in each area providing power, siren and
strobe outputs and up to 16 zone inputs.
CM707B (Optional)
CM710B
CM720B
CM705B
CM704B
EARTH
Figure 1: CM705B Comparison With Discrete Modules
The universal expander is available in a metal cabinet (CM705B) or as a PCB module only (CM705BP) depending on
your requirements. The module connects to the control panel via the 4-wire encrypted RS485 LAN, and must be assigned a unique address on the LAN via the address DIP switch. See “Module Addressing” on page 3 for more details.
Dedicated service keypad and tamper inputs are provided. If the tamper input is not required, then you should disable it by fitting the supplied shunt to the tamper input.
Programming Considerations
The universal expander does not need to be enabled via panel programming. The control panel will recognise the
module after a system power cycle or you can use the LAN scan command to force the system to scan for new modules connected to the LAN network without powering down the system. The LAN must be in the unsecured state or
the system will not find new modules.
The EOL resistor value programmed in the control panel is common for all hard wired zones connected to the panel
and each universal expander.
Zones on the universal expander must be programmed with a valid zone type before they become available for use.
At factory default, zone inputs 17 and higher are set as 'Not Used'.
Outputs on the universal expander must be programmed as a valid output type before they become available. At
factory default, outputs 9 and higher are set as 'Not Used'.
Refer to the control panel installation manual for specific zone and output programming information.
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LED Indicators
The universal expander includes four LED indicators that provide feedback and trouble shooting information at the
module. Various information is also provided at the system keypad via the device status menu.
LED Indicators
LED
STATUS
MAINS
OVERLOAD
BAT FLT
Status
Off
Flashing
On
Flashing
Off
Flashing
Off
Flashing
Description
Module has no power (backup battery or A.C. mains power supply)
Indicates that communication between the control panel and universal expander is OK.
Indicates that the A.C. mains voltage is connected.
Indicates that the A.C. mains voltage is not connected.
Normal - no overload condition present.
There is an overload condition present on either COMM+ / +12v or one of the
output terminals. See device status for more details.
Indicates that the backup battery is connected and charged.
Indicates that the backup battery has low voltage or is missing/dead.
Table 1: LED Indicator Descriptions
Module Addressing
A five way dip switch is used to set the universal expander address on the system
(currently switch 5 is not used). The module’s address setting determines which
zone and output numbers will be available.
ON
Position
The universal expander is like having 1 x CM704B zone expander, 1 x CM710B
output expander and 1 x CM720B power supply module all in one and as such each universal expander added to the
system will consume the corresponding single function modules address. For example if the universal expander is
assigned to address 4, then you cannot assign a CM704B, CM710B or CM720B module to address 4.
When Single EOL or Alarm + Tamper EOL options have been configured the first 8 zones are available on the control panel zone terminals. If Split EOL monitoring is selected the first 16 zones are available on the control panel
Note zone terminals.
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On panels with zone capacity greater than 16, each CM705B universal expander module on the system will occupy
16 zones regardless of the EOL resistor option selected. This means that when configured in Single EOL or in Alarm
+ Tamper mode each CM705B expander will provide 8 physical zone inputs only with an additional 8 zones which do
not have any physical inputs. These spare zones can be assigned as RF zones, or you can install the optional CM707B
plug on zone expander which provides an additional 8 hard wired zone inputs.
When Split EOL monitoring is selected each CM705B expander will provide 16 physical zone inputs and no spare
inputs are available.
Single EOL Monitoring
If single EOL resistor option has been selected and one CM705B universal expander has been installed at address 1,
the system will provide zones 1 to 8 on the main panel and then zones 17 to 24 on the expander module.
In this configuration there is no physical input for zones 9 to 16 or zones 25 to 32 however these spare zones could
be assigned as RF zones if an RF receiver has been installed.
Split EOL Monitoring
If the Split EOL resistor option has been selected and one CM705B universal expander has been installed at address
1, the system will provide zones 1 to 16 on the main panel and zones 17 to 32 on the expander module. In this configuration each zone has a physical input available and there are no spare zones available.
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Alarm + Tamper Monitoring
If the Alarm + Tamper monitoring EOL resistor option has been selected and one CM705B universal expander has
been installed at address 1, the system will provide zones 1 to 8 on the main panel and then zones 17 to 24 on the
expander module.
In this configuration there is no physical input for zones 9 to 16 or zones 25 to 32 however these spare zones could
be assigned as RF zones if an RF receiver has been installed or you can install the optional CM707B plug on zone
expander which provides an additional 8 hard wired zone inputs.
RF Zones
If an RF receiver has been installed, then all zones up to the maximum number supported by the panel become available for use.
Each RF zone can be assigned or mapped to either a physical or spare zone input allowing zone parameters to be
programmed. Assigning an RF zone to a physical zone will override or ignore the zones physical hardware input
terminals.
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The control panel will need to be power cycled for the new volume settings to take effect.
Solution E Series Panel
Solution 144 Panel
Note
Solution E Series and Solution 144 Panels
Address Setting
Module Number
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
1=
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2=
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
3=
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
4=
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
5=
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
6=
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
7=
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
8=
ON
ON
ON
OFF
9=
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
10 =
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
11 =
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
12 =
ON
ON
OFF
ON
13 =
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
14 =
ON
OFF
ON
ON
15 =
OFF
ON
ON
ON
16 =
ON
ON
ON
ON
SW5
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Up to 16 x CM705B can be fitted to the Solution E Series panel.
Up to 8 x CM705B can be fitted to the Solution 144 panel.
Table 2: CM705B Address Configuration On Solution E Series and Vision X Panels
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Note
4
Address switch 5 is reserved for future use. You should leave this set to the off position when configuring the Solution E Series and Solution 144 panels.
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Zone Wiring
Each CM705B universal expander installed on the system will be assigned a bank of 16 zone inputs regardless of the
EOL resistor value programmed in the control panel.
When the end of line resistor value is set for single EOL or Alarm + Tamper, an optional CM707B Piggy Back Zone
Input Expander Module can be fitted to the universal expander to allow an additional 8 zone input terminals. If the
CM707B Piggy Back Zone Input Expander Module is not fitted, only the first bank of 8 zone inputs assigned to the
universal expander can be hard wired and the second bank of 8 zones can only be utilised by an optional RF receiver
and RF sensors.
ZN 1
ZN 1
ZONE 1
N/C
N/O
ZONE 1
N/O
ZONE 2
GND
GND
ZONE 2
N/C
ZN 2
2
ZN 2
N/O - No EOL Zone Loop
N/C - No EOL Zone Loop
ALARM
ALARM

N/C
GND

N/C
ZN 1
GND
ZONE 2
ALARM
ALARM
N/C

ALARM
ZN 2
ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)
ZONE 9
(6K8 EOL)
ALARM
ZN 1
ALARM
ZN 2
ZN 1
ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)

ZN 22
TAMPER
TAMPER
(6K8 EOL)
ALARM
GND
N/O

N/C
N/C


ALARM
ZONE 9
N/O - Split EOL Zone Loop
TAMPER
(6K8 EOL)
GND
(6K8 EOL)
ZONE 1
N/O
GND
N/C - Split EOL Zone Loop
(3K3 EOL)


ZN 1
TAMPER
ZONE 2
N/O
N/C
ZN 11
ZONE 1
N/O - Single EOL Zone Loop
ALARM
N/C
N/O
ZN 2
N/C - Single EOL Zone Loop
GND

N/O

ZN 2
ZONE 1

ZN 1
ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)
ZN 2
N/C - Zone Loop With Tamper
N/O - Zone Loop With Tamper
Figure 2 Zone Wiring Options
EOL Resistor Colours and Values
The universal expander is supplied with two values of EOL resistors to suit all possible wiring configurations. The
resistors are colour coded as per below.
Orange
3K3 =
Blue
6K8 =
Figure 3: 3K3/6K8 Resistor Colours
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CM705B Zone Input Allocation
The following table outlines the zone allocation for each universal expander module when using single EOL, alarm +
tamper or split EOL. It also shows the effect on zone numbering when the optional CM707B is installed.
Solution E Series and Solution 144 Panels
Solution E Series Panel
Solution 144 Panel
Address Setting
Zone
Module
Numbers
Number SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5
(Single EOL)
Single or Alarm
Zone
+ Tamper EOL
Numbers
(Alarm+Tamper With CM707B
EOL)
Module
1=
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
17 to 24
17 to 24
2=
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
33 to 40
33 to 40
3=
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
49 to 56
49 to 56
4=
ON ON OFF OFF OFF
65 to 72
65 to 72
5=
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
81 to 88
81 to 88
6=
ON OFF ON OFF OFF
97 to 104
97 to 104
7=
OFF ON ON OFF OFF
113 to 120
113 to 120
8=
ON ON ON OFF OFF
129 to 136
129 to 136
9=
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
145 to 152
145 to 152
10 =
ON OFF OFF ON OFF
161 to 168
161 to 168
11 =
OFF ON OFF ON OFF
177 to 184
177 to 184
12 =
ON ON OFF ON OFF
193 to 200
193 to 200
13 =
OFF OFF ON ON OFF
209 to 216
209 to 216
14 =
ON OFF ON ON OFF
225 to 232
225 to 232
15 =
OFF ON ON ON OFF
241 to 248
241 to 248
16 =
ON ON ON ON OFF
257 to 264
257 to 264
17 to 24
25 to 32
33 to 40
41 to 48
49 to 56
57 to 64
65 to 72
73 to 80
81 to 88
89 to 96
97 to 104
105 to 112
113 to 120
121 to 128
129 to 136
137 to 144
145 to 152
153 to 160
161 to 168
169 to 176
177 to 184
185 to 192
193 to 200
201 to 208
209 to 216
217 to 224
225 to 232
233 to 240
241 to 248
249 to 256
257 to 264
265 to 272
Zone
Numbers
(Split EOL)
17 to 32
33 to 48
49 to 64
65 to 80
81 to 96
97 to 112
113 to 128
129 to 144
145 to 160
161 to 176
177 to 192
193 to 208
209 to 224
225 to 240
241 to 256
257 to 272
Up to 16 x CM705B can be fitted to the Solution E Series panel.
Up to 8 x CM705B can be fitted to the Solution 144 panel.
Table 3: Zone Allocation Using Single EOL, Alarm + Tamper or Split EOL Values
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Outputs
Each CM705B universal expander module includes 4 protected open-collector outputs that can be used to increase
the number of programmable outputs available on the system. Each output is fully protected and can be configured
to monitor for both open and short circuit output conditions.
Solution E Series Panel
Solution 144 Panel
Outputs can be used to operate LED indicators, operate relays to control garage doors, lighting, sprinklers, pumps, air
conditioning or door strikes etc.
Solution E Series and Solution 144 Panels
Address Setting
Module
Output Number
Number SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5
1=
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
9 to 12
2=
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
13 to 16
3=
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
17 to 20
4=
ON ON OFF OFF OFF
21 to 24
5=
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
25 to 28
6=
ON OFF ON OFF OFF
29 to 32
7=
OFF ON ON OFF OFF
33 to 36
8=
ON ON ON OFF OFF
37 to 40
9=
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
41 to 44
10 =
ON OFF OFF ON OFF
45 to 48
11 =
OFF ON OFF ON OFF
49 to 52
12 =
ON ON OFF ON OFF
53 to 56
13 =
OFF OFF ON ON OFF
57 to 60
14 =
ON OFF ON ON OFF
61 to 64
15 =
OFF ON ON ON OFF
65 to 68
16 =
ON ON ON ON OFF
69 to 72
Up to 16 x CM705B can be fitted to the Solution E Series panel.
Up to 8 x CM705B can be fitted to the Solution 144 panel.
Table 4: CM705B Address Configuration and Output Allocations
Programming
Output programming options are fully detailed in the control panel installation manual and quick reference guides.
The following sequence outlines the correct output programming procedure.
1) Program the Output Name
Output names are used to simplify programming, user interaction and reporting.
2) Select the Output Event Type
Over 60 different event types are available to suit a variety of applications.
3) Program the Output Event Assignment
Assigns the output to a specific user, zone, area or door assignment etc.
4) Select the required Output Polarity
Configures how the output behaves (eg. operates for fixed period of time, pulses etc).
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5) Program the Output Time Parameter
Sets how long the output will turn on or off for.
6) Select any required Output Options
Defines various options including to display or not display a trouble event when the output device is missing etc.
Power Supply
The CM705B universal expander module includes a 13.8V DC, 1 Amp power supply that can be used to provide
power to sensors or other devices without the need to add a separate power supply module. Terminals to connect
both a 16 to 18V AC 50-60 Hz plug pack and 12V DC 7.2AH sealed lead acid battery.
The module performs a battery test automatically every four hours as well as whenever an area is armed All On or
Part On. The universal expander reports the backup battery condition as follows:
Normal = 12.5V or above
Low Battery = 11.5V
Battery Missing = 10.2V
LAN Wiring
On installations with a large number of LAN powered devices (Keypads, Zone and Output Expanders etc) it may be
necessary to provide additional power. To insure that the LAN+ voltage remains at an acceptable level, the CM705B
universal expander can be added to the system to regenerate the LAN+ voltage as well as power additional sensors
or other devices. If the CM705B is one of the two furthest modules from the control panel then you should install the
LAN termination shunt.
The diagram below shows the correct method for wiring the CM705B when LAN+ re-generation is required.
AREA 1
BK
BL
LAN B
To additional
keypads or LAN
modules.
LAN B
LAN A
LAN LAN +
BK
Max total LAN length using 14/0.20 multi strand security cable = 500m.
Max total LAN length using 2 pair, twisted shielded data cable
(Belden 8723) = 1200m.
RD
Power for additional sensors or other devices
like keypads or unpowered modules.
1A MAX output.
LAN LAN A
LAN B
RD
+12V
BL
LAN +
LAN -
LAN A
CM705B UNIVERSAL EXPANDER
LAN B
+12V
+12V
+12V
+12V
+12V
GND
+12V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
LAN -
+LOOP
LAN A
LAN B
- +
GN
LAN A
LAN +
LAN A
LAN B
BL
RD
GN
= Green
= Blue
= Black
= Red
LAN -
LAN +
GN
BK
GN
BL
BK
RD
KEYPAD 1
+12Y
BATTERY
See the control
panel quick
reference guide
for complete
wiring instructions.
CONTROL PANEL
LAN -
CM797B LAN
Isolator Modules
can be used to
increase the total
LAN length to
1200m using
the appropriate
cable.
To additional
keypads or LAN
modules.
KEYPAD 2
AREA 2
Figure 4: Connecting The CM705B Universal Expander and Regenerating The LAN+ Voltage
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Expander earthing point.
Connect to a communications
earth for maximum lightning
protection.
See the LAN Wiring and System
Earthing sections of the Installer
Reference Guide for more information.
16-18V A.C. 24VA
50-60Hz
GREEN
YELLOW
YELLOW
12V DC
7.2AH Sealed
Lead Acid
Battery
Battery Charging Globe
Connection point for
installer service keypad.
+
-
Panasonic
LC-P127R2P
or Equivalent
Power Output
Terminals.
Used to power
sensors etc.
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LAN Termination Shunt.
Only fit the shunt if this modules
is one of the two modules furthest from the control panel.
13.8VDC
Outputs
Sensor
Power
Outputs
Six individual
output power
terminals are
provided on the
CM705B Expander.
Expansion Port for the
CM707B plug on module etc.
Mounting standoffs
From System
LAN
2.5 Amp Power Outputs
Horn
Speaker
Optional
CM707
8 zone Plug On Expander
+12V terminals are protected
by a single 1 Amp PTC Fuse.
Push button switch for
module defaulting.
Siren Tamper Switch
N/C
Strobe Light
Direct Link Port
Used for in-field flash
updating of module firmware.
-
-
+
Smoke
Detector
+
3K3
-
+
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
Piezo Siren
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
Fit the supplied
3K3 resistor across
the piezo siren so
the panel can
monitor the
connection.


ZONE 5
ZONE 6
ZONE 7
ZONE 8






N/C
Module Address Select Switch.
Modules must be set to a unique
address as shown
in Table 2 and Table 3.
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
AUX Port
For future expansion.
N/C
N/C
N/C
Single EOL
Connection Shown
STATUS LED. Flashes to indicate the expander is communicating with the panel.
If ON steady then the module is not communicating with the panel.
Tamper Connection.
Fit shunt if not required.
MAINS LED. Is ON steady when the AC voltage is connected and flashes when
A.C. mains power is disconnected.
You must power cycle the panel or perform
a LAN scan after connecting the CM705B
Note for the system to initialise the expander.
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OVERLOAD LED. Flashes to indicate an overload condition. Is OFF when normal.
BAT FLT LED. Is OFF when battery is connected and flashes when the battery is
low or missing.
Figure 5: Connection Diagram
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CM707B Plug On Zone Expander
The optional CM707B plug on module can be added via the expansion port on the CM705B universal expander
to provide an additional 8 hard wired zone inputs bringing the CM705B universal expander to 16 hard wired zone
inputs for Alarm + Tamper, 4 state monitoring or Single EOL configurations.
The module is supplied with both 3K3 and 6K8 EOL resistors and three plastic PCB standoffs to mount the module onto the CM705B universal expander. You should fit the standoffs to the expander first and then connect the
CM707B module.
Installing The CM707B Module
1) Ensure that the CM705B universal expander and the control panel is powered down before proceeding.
2) Plug the 3 short plastic standoffs into the CM707B plug on module.
3) Install the CM707B plug on module onto the EXPANSION PORT of the CM705B universal expander, making
sure that the plastic standoffs are also inserted into the holes provided on the CM705B universal expander.
4) Re apply power to both the CM705B universal expander and control panel.
Mounting holes. Fit plastic
standoffs to the expander
before connecting the CM707B.
STATUS LED. Flashes to indicate
the expander is communicating
with the panel.
N/C
N/C
ZONE 16
ZONE 15
N/C
N/C
ZONE 14
ZONE 12
ZONE 13
N/C
N/C
ZONE 11
N/C
ZONE 10
ZONE 9








Expander earthing point.
Connect to a communications
earth for maximum lightning
protection.
See the LAN Wiring and System
Earthing sections of the Installer
Reference Guide for more information.
N/C
If ON steady then the module
is not communicating with the
panel.
Single EOL
Connection Shown
Figure 6: CM707B Plug On Zone Expander
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Specifications
Part Number:
CM705B Universal Expander With Cabinet / CM705BP Universal Expander (PCB Only)
Operating Voltage:
10.0V DC - 14.5V DC @ 90mA Max
Voltage Input:
(Primary Source)
Stand-By Battery:
(Secondary Source)
Module
Connection:
(RS485 LAN)
16-18V AC 50-60Hz - 24VA External Power Adaptor or 220-240V AC to 18V AC 50-60 Hz 24VA Internal Transformer
12V DC, 7.2AH sealed rechargeable battery
Panasonic LC-P127R2P or equivalent
Max total LAN length using multi strand security cable = 500m,, Max total Lan length
using 2 pair twisted shielded data cable (Belden 8723) = 1200m. See panel installation
manual for complete LAN wiring instructions.
Four protected open-collector outputs capable of providing a maximum of 500mA (-)
each. Outputs are monitored for short and open circuit and can monitor the state of horn
speakers and other connected devices.
COMM+ - 2.5A high current output for use with on board outputs, PTC fuse protected.
+12V - 1A outputs for use with detectors or powering other modules, PTC fuse protected.
Programmable
Outputs:
Power Output
Terminals:
Operating
Environment:
Fixing Method:
Warranty:
N12138
N12138
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0o to 55oC RH 5 to 85% at 30oC non-condensing
The CM705B is supplied in a metal enclosure. The CM705BP module only, can be mounted
in either the MW700B or MW710B enclosures using clip in PCB mounts - supplied.
3 years from date of manufacture (return to base)

RoHS
In the interest of ongoing product development this
document is subject to change without notice.
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