UL Listing Document Guide
UL Listing Document Guide
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Installation Wiring Documents
Operation
Functionality
Programming Options
Testing/Maintenance
Compatibilities
System Configurations
System Power/Size
Operating Instructions
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1. INSTALLATION WIRING DIAGRAMS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
The information for wiring and installation can be presented in different formats; a single wiring
drawing can be used for everything, separate wiring diagrams for each circuit type, or any
combination. For all of these approaches, all terminals including all terminal numbers, and
types of circuits identified including the information required in the individual circuit lists should
be identified.
Main Supply Circuit
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement that the circuit is supervised
Nominal Voltage, Frequency
Maximum current or specific power supply intended to be used
A terminal for the connection of a grounded conductor shall be properly
identified
Rechargeable Battery Circuit
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement that the circuit is supervised
Voltage
Max. current, amp-hour capacity
Type of suitable battery
Expected standby operating time(s)
The maximum time during which the standby operating source maintains the
minimum operating voltage (85 percent of rated voltage). This is required for
releasing devices under continuous load that can’t maintain 85 percent of the
rated operating voltage to the releasing devices for 60 seconds after
energizing.
Indication that a mechanical manual release is to be employed. This is
required for systems that; a) are intended for Halon 1301 release as
described in NFPA 12A and/or clean agents described in NFPA 2001, b) that
employ batteries as its standby operating power source, and c) are provided
with a manual release switch and for which no audible and visual
annunciation of a trouble signal is provided when the standby source is solely
powering the product and is depleted to 85 percent of its nominal marked
voltage.
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Initiating Device Circuit (IDC)
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
A statement that the circuit is supervised
Type of device (automatic, manual, waterflow, sprinkler supervisory,
watchman supervisory, etc.)
Initiating devices having integral trouble contacts shall be shown connected
to the initiating device circuit such that transfer of the contacts do not impair
alarm signaling from any other initiating circuit. This is not needed for
initiating devices signaling a trouble condition caused by electrical
disconnection of the device, or by removing the device from it’s plug-in base
Max. line impedance
Max. current, rated voltage, and frequency
Unfiltered half and full-wave rectified voltages identified
Identified by class or by class/style per tables 51.1-51.3 & 51.1.6
Class A & B wiring connections with initiating devices (show in and out wiring)
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated
Maximum rated operating voltage range if intended to be used with two wire
smoke detectors
If necessary, EOL resistor by name or trademark of the manufacturer and
model number. This includes directions for installation of EOL resistor
(whether EOL resistor is supplied with system or not) and removal of any test
resistors not intended to be part of final system assembly
Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC)
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement that the circuit is supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Type of signaling devices and connection, if polarized, indicate proper wiring
with plus or minus (+, -) symbols, or equivalent for proper field connection
Max. current, rated voltage, and frequency
Max. line impedance or equivalent
Each circuit identified with rating designation per table 61.1. If special
application, either identify appliances/devices by mfr’s name and model along
with max. number of devices per circuit or reference the device compatibility
section/document
Max. RMS operating current for any single NAC appliance, where sync. NAC
appliances not employed
Each NAC, identify if synchronized NAC appliance are permitted. If
synchronized NAC appliances employed, specify max. # per circuit if #
exceeds loading calculations
Unfiltered half and full-wave rectified voltages identified
Identified by class or by class/style per tables 51.1-51.3 & 51.1.6
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated
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Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC), continued
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Circuits, using the exception to 51.3.3/51.4.3 for riser conductors installed in
accordance with the survivability from attack by fire requirements in National
Fire Alarm Code, NFPA 72, must have specifics covering the installation
constraints clearly detailed in the wiring diagram instructions.
If necessary, EOL resistor by name or trademark of the manufacturer and
model number. This includes directions for installation of EOL resistor
(whether EOL resistor is supplied with system or not) and removal of any test
resistors not intended to be part of final system assembly
Supplementary Circuits
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement whether the circuit is supervised/not supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Max. current, voltage, frequency
Unfiltered half and full-wave rectified voltages identified
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated
Signaling Line Circuit (SLC)
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement that the circuit is supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Max. voltage, rated current, and frequency (RS-232 & RS-485 do not require
these)
Max. line impedance
Either identify the Mfr’s. Name, model designation for appliances to be used
on the circuit or reference the device compatibility section/document
Unfiltered half and full-wave rectified voltages identified
Identified by class or by class/style per tables 51.1-51.3 & 51.1.6
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated
Circuits, using the exception to 51.4.3 for riser conductors installed in
accordance with the survivability from attack by fire requirements in National
Fire Alarm Code, NFPA 72, must have specifics covering the installation
constraints clearly detailed in the wiring diagram instructions.
Remote Annunciator / Keypad Circuits
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement that the circuit is supervised or not supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Max. voltage, rated current, and frequency (RS-232 & RS-485 do not require
these)
Max. line impedance
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Remote Annunciator / Keypad Circuits, continued
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Either identify the Mfr’s. Name, model designation for appliances to be used
on the circuit or reference the device compatibility section/document
Unfiltered half and full-wave rectified voltages identified
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated
Reverse Polarity Communication Line Circuit
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing.
A statement that the circuit is supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Max. voltage, rated current, and frequency
The following statement, or equivalent, shall appear for a remote-station
receiving unit: “INTENDED FOR CONNECTION TO A POLARITY
REVERSAL CIRCUIT OF A CONTROL UNIT AT THE PROTECTED
PREMISES HAVING COMPATILE RATINGS.” Or for a remote-station unit at
the protected premises: “INTENDED FOR CONNECTION TO A POLARITY
REVERSAL CIRCUIT OF A REMOTE STATION RECEIVING UNIT HAVING
COMPATIBLE RATINGS.” In lieu of the above text, a drawing of typical
connection of known compatible equipment may be shown which provides
equivalent information.
Municipal Box Connection
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing
A statement whether the circuit is supervised/not supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Type of connection, series (local energy) or shunt
Trip coil resistance value
Trip current
Max. voltage, frequency
When a shunt connection is indicated the following is adjacent to the
terminals: “THE SHUNT CONNECTION IS RECOGNIZED ONLY AS A
SUPPLEMENTARY SIGNALING UNIT AS PART OF A LOCAL CONTROL
UNIT AND IS NOT RECOGNIZED AS AN AUXILIARY CONTROL UNIT
CONNECTION PER NFPA 72.”
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated
Communication Circuits
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing
A statement that the circuit is supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Max. voltage, rated current, and frequency (RS-232 & RS-485 do not require
these)
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Communication Circuits, continued
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Max. line impedance or equivalent
Type consistent with path capabilities as described in 40.2.1-40.2.7 for active
multiplex, 40.4.1-40.4.7 for two way private radio frequency multiplex, and
40.5.1-40.5.12 for one way private radio frequency systems.
Power Output Circuits
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing
A statement whether the circuit is supervised/not supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Indicate whether regulated or special applications
If regulated, a single voltage and max. load current rating
If special applications, either identify the Mfr’s. Name, model designation for
appliances to be used on the circuit or reference the device compatibility
section/document
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated when
ground faults affect operation
See General Wiring for duplicate terminal requirements
Power output circuit battery backed up or not
Releasing Device Circuit
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing
A statement whether the circuit is supervised/not supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Voltage, frequency
Max. current
Specific releasing devices by mfg’s. name and model for connection to the
circuit or reference the device compatibility section/document
Impedance values for testing at which ground faults are annunciated when
ground faults affect operation
Relay, Open Collector, and Other Similar Outputs
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An installation wiring diagram that shows the installation terminals or leads to
which field connections are to be made as they would appear during an
installation. The terminal numbers on the unit should agree with the numbers
on the drawing
For open collector and other similar outputs a statement whether the circuit is
supervised/not supervised
If circuit is power limited, needs to be marked “Power-Limited Circuit”.
Designated as “Common”, “Zone”, or “Programmable” per 57.8
Loading in voltage, current, frequency, and for relays, power factor (if power
factor is not specified, it will be assumed to be .35 inductive)
For open collector and other similar outputs, impedance values for testing at
which ground faults are annunciated when ground faults affect operation
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Smoke Control
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Wiring diagram(s) showing intended interconnection of the equipment,
including guidelines for connection to general HVAC equipment, if separate,
as well as to equipment for any required end-to-end verification process
Delineation of the specific control equipment intended to be employed to form
dedicated and non-dedicated, as applicable, smoke control systems
The installation document for products intended for smoke control
applications shall include an explanation of the concepts and requirements
for smoke control, consistent with Recommended Practice for Smoke-Control
Systems, NFPA 92A, and Recommended Practice for Smoke-Control
Systems in Malls, Atriums, and Large Areas, 92B, and specifically how the
manufacturer’s smoke control equipment can be used to accomplish the
intended smoke control functions. Typically, the following shall be included:
1. Concepts and requirements for smoke control strategy
2. Examples for implementing the system in various applications, such
as a warehouse and a high rise application
Radio Frequency Signaling
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If employing radio frequency signaling, shall include: Minimum signal strength
and maximum ambient noise level; specific test equipment or method to be
used to determine the signal strength and ambient noise level, and
instructions to test the system for operation after installed
The system needs to be configured to meet the FCC signaling limitations.
General Wiring Information
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If no provision for rigid metallic conduit connection is provided on enclosures,
installation instructions must be provided specifically instructing which
sections of the enclosure may be drilled for connection.
External circuits intended to be connected to non-power limited wire not
provided with either current limiting or overcurrent protection to prevent fault
currents in excess of the current rating for the gauge size permitted by the
National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, must specify the necessary current
limiting or overcurrent protection in the wiring instructions.
Interconnections using exception 51.1. 2(f), must have instructions requiring
circuit connections that extend to additional fire alarm control unit equipment
to be made within 20 feet (6.1m) of each other and to be enclosed in conduit
or to be equivalently protected against mechanical damage.
Lamps or indicators using the exception to 22.2.3 must be provided with
instructions that the lamp or indicator is for use by service personnel for
diagnostic purposes.
If used alone, the Symbol 5019 from IEC Publication 60417-1 shall be
defined in the installation instructions.
Circuits or cables interconnecting equipment using the exception to 71.4.1
(Input/output (low-voltage) field-transients) must have instructions limiting
their location to the same room.
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General Wiring Information, continued
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If duplicate terminals are not provided to facilitate supervision of installed
wiring connections (examples include: where the control unit is acting as the
initiating device via alarm contacts, the NAC or power input to a NAC
Extender or control module, etc.) and there is no provision to prevent looping
an unbroken wire around or under a terminal the word “CAUTION” and the
following or equivalent text shall be included “FOR SYSTEM SUPERVISIONFOR TERMINALS__AND__, DO NOT USE LOOPED WIRE UNDER
TERMINALS. BREAK WIRE TO PROVIDE SUPERVISION OF
CONNECTIONS.” The blanks are filled in with the applicable terminal
identification. The marking is not needed for circuits that provide supervision
without the need for duplicate terminals.
If for field wiring: If a special tool is required for connection, use identified by
name of mfr. and model; range of wire sizes; and when means for testing for
open and ground fault is not incorporated in the unit, a means shall be
indicated.
Mounting position is to be indicated if critical to proper function
If terminals with nor intended connection are provided, mark them NC or
equivalent
(S527 only) Wiring methods should be in accordance with the Canadian
Electrical Code, C22.1, Part 1, Section 32
Separation of Circuits
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When the product design is such that the product requires or permits powerlimited circuit conductors to occupy the same enclosure as non-power limited
conductors, specific wire routing configurations must be detailed that ensure
a minimum ¼ inch spacing be maintained between the different circuit type
conductors (see 12.3.1)
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2. OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section covers the intended application of the product. The list may not be inclusive. This
information can be presented in different formats provided it is comprehensive.
System types
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Emergency relocation (paging)
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‰ Pre-recorded
‰ Emergency communication (telephone)
Local with shunt
Protected premise unit
‰ Auxiliary
‰ Central station
‰ Proprietary
‰ Remote station
‰ SIA CP-01-2000
Supervising station unit
‰ Auxiliary (Public Fire Alarm Reporting System)
‰ Central station
‰ Proprietary
‰ Remote station
Communication transmission path
‰ Coded
‰ Non-coded
‰ Reverse polarity
‰ Multiplex
‰ Type 1
‰ Type 2
‰ Type 3
‰ No line security
‰ Standard line security
‰ Encrypted line security
‰ Two way private radio
‰ Type 4
‰ Type 5
‰ No line security
‰ Standard line security
‰ Encrypted line security
‰ One way private radio
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‰ Type 7
‰ No line security
‰ Standard line security
‰ Encrypted line security
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System types, continued
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DACT
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No line security
Standard line security
Encrypted line security
DACR
DART
DARR
Other transmission technologies
‰ No line security
‰ Standard line security
‰ Encrypted line security
Marine
Releasing
‰ Cross zone
‰ Counting zone
‰ Combination cross/counting zone
‰ NFPA 12, Carbon dioxide extinguishing systems
‰ NFPA 12A, Halon 1301 fire extinguishing systems
‰ NFPA 13, Sprinkler systems
‰ NFPA 15, Water spray fixed systems for fire protection
‰ NFPA 16, Foam-water sprinkler and foam-water spray systems
‰ NFPA 17, Dry chemical extinguishing systems
‰ NFPA 17A, wet chemical extinguishing systems
‰ NFPA 750 Water mist
‰ NFPA 2001, Clean agent fire extinguishing systems
Smoke Control
‰ NFPA 92A, Smoke control systems
‰ NFPA 92B, Smoke management systems in mall, atria and large areas
‰ Dedicated
‰ Non-dedicated
‰ Firefighters smoke control station (FSCS)
‰ Energy management
Process Control
‰ Critical
‰ Non-critical
Emergency signaling
‰ Type AM
‰ Type SM
‰ Type UM
Non-emergency (Type NM)
Residential
‰ Fire
‰ Security
Releasing device
Smoke detector monitor (UL1730)
Security
‰ Proprietary
‰ Central station
‰ Access control
‰ Police station
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Hold-up
Local
SIA CP-01-2000
Other
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3. FUNCTIONALITY
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section addresses the intended function of the product. The list of functions below is an
example only and is not intended to be inclusive. A section will follow that includes
programming variables. It is not necessary to cover functionality in both the Functionality
section and the Programming Option sections. For instance, automatic drift compensation
would be covered here because no programming options would be available for that. On the
other hand, AC delay might be covered under the Programming Option section because the
delay time could be selectable. Any functionality information not covered under Operating
instructions for normal standby, alarm, alarm test, alarm silence, alarm reset, trouble, trouble
silence, off-normal position of switches, and functions of lights and switches needs to be
covered here.
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Drift compensation
Remote programming
Extent/limitations of synchronization
‰ If cross zone or inter unit synchronization is applicable, details on the
limitations and extent should be included.
‰ When a system is intended to provide evac signaling to more than one
notification zone, synchronization of the audible emergency evacuation
signal pattern on a notification circuit basis in lieu of a system basis is
acceptable. Specifics covering the installation constraints shall be clearly
detailed
Calibrated detector sensitivity testing
‰ For products utilizing an automatic analog smoke detector sensitivity test
feature, the installation instructions shall specify the extent of the range of
time intervals between activations of the automatic test feature.
Multiple detection operation for evacuation
‰ Units employing the multiple detector operation described in 55.3.1 and
55.3.2 shall include guidelines for installing of a minimum of two detectors
in each protected space and to reduce the detector installation spacing to
0.7 times the linear spacing in accordance with National Fire Alarm Code,
NFPA 72.
Positive alarm sequence
Pre-signal
Alarm verification
Two wire compatibility
‰ An indication when a product is intended to handle detectors with optional
features or a product is intended to handle more than one detector in the
alarm condition shall be included.
‰ A stipulation that detectors of different models are not to be mixed or
matched on a system, unless the system is specifically intended to be
installed in that configuration. When mixing is permitted, specific
limitations shall be included. This information can alternatively be
included in the Compatibility section.
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3. FUNCTIONALITY, continued
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Supervisory signal operation
‰ For products whose operation provide the capability of selecting
nonautomatic distinctive restoration-to-normal supervisory signals
(locking in the supervisory signals until manually reset) the document
should include instructions or details for selecting the respective
operation.
Manual release/abort switch interaction
‰ The installation instructions for a control unit for releasing service shall
describe whether the operation of the manual release will override an
activated abort switch.
NAC reactivation (alarm resound)
‰ When a system is intended to provide signaling service to two or more
physically separated buildings or zones, reenergization of the notification
appliance circuits only on a zone basis meets the intent of the
requirement. Specifics covering installation constraints shall be clearly
detailed in the control unit installation wiring diagram/instructions.
Systems are also not prohibited from having provision to automatically
disable reenergizing alarm notification circuits due to subsequent
activation of other addressable smoke detectors of the same type located
in the same room or space as the initial activated device. Specifics should
be clearly detailed.
DACR check in
‰ A DACR intended only for central station service is not required to
automatically annunciate, display, and record delinquency signals when
marking on the product or in the installation wiring diagram/instructions
clearly indicate the need to manually track the signaling performance of
each DACT and failure to receive a signal from a DACT over the
applicable period is to be handled as a trouble signal.
Primary power source failure
‰ The primary power source failure of constantly attended supervisingstation equipment, for methods to determine when the fault condition is
obvious to the operator on duty is covered in the instructions.
DAC communication format
‰ SIA
‰ Contact ID
‰ SK 4/2
‰ 3/1
‰ Other ___________
Interconnected control panels
‰ Unless interconnected control units located at a protected premises are
intended to be installed such that the display annunciation at each unit
can be simultaneously observed, alarm, supervisory, and trouble
conditions, as well as reset, alarm silence, or trouble silence actuation
originating at any unit shall be annunciated at each control unit and nonsupplementary operator interface.
Walk test
Integrated/network local functionality
Circuit disables
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Mapping
Detection/alarm algorithms
Day/night sensitivity
Detection sensitivity adjustment
Extent/limitations of combination system
‰ Ability to partition security only
‰ Arming/disarming
‰ Priority of signals
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4. PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section addresses ALL of the available programming options for the product. The list of
programming options is an example only and is not intended to be inclusive. The previous
section includes functions. It is not necessary to cover programming options in both the
Functionality section and the Programming Option sections. For instance, automatic drift
compensation would be covered in the Functionality section because no programming options
would be available for that. On the other hand, AC delay might be covered here because the
delay time could be selectable. The information can be presented as shown in the example or
in some other format as long as the required information is present.
Where the field-programmable software of a product contains both complying as well as noncomplying features or parameters as permitted in 54.1.2, the following (or equivalent
presentation) shall be included in the front of the programming manual or the beginning
of the program section of the installation manual:
NOTICE TO USERS, INSTALLERS, AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION
AND OTHER INVOLVED PARTIES:
This product incorporates field-programmable software. In order for the product to
comply with the requirements in the Standard for Control Units and Accessories for
Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864, certain programming features or options must be
limited to specific values or not used at all as indicated below.
Additionally, the information in 90.23 shall also appear throughout the manual where
the specific feature or option appears describing the requirements of this standard.
Topic
IDC
Zone type
Permitted
in UL?
(Y/N)
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NAC
Cadence
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NAC
NAC
Relay
Misc.
IDC
NAC
DAC
DAC
DAC
Pre-alarm
Fire drill
Aux relay
AC Delay
Zone response
Selectable silence
# of attempts
Test signals
Dial attempts per
line
Automatic test
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Heat, cold, water,
waterflow, supervisory,
AC delay
Constant, March code,
Company ABC sync.,
ANSI S-3.41 code
Select NAC
Select NAC
Select Relay
0-24 hrs.
0.5 – 1 sec.
Different zones
1-5
0-24 hours
3-5
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weekly
Smoke
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Feature or Option
Possible Setting(s)
Setting(s)
Permitted in
UL864?
Y
Comment
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Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Dedicated
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5. TESTING / MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section provides a brief description of the testing and maintenance for the system. Following is the
minimal information that needs to be included here. Any testing/maintenance issues not covered under the
Operating Instruction section need to be included here. Information does not need to be included in both
sections.
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Description of the maintenance procedures of the system. This shall
include, as applicable, the following:
‰ Fuse replacement
‰ Primary battery replacement (reference to a specific replacement part which
must be used with the product shall be indicated; instructions to replace
batteries periodically; the period specified shall not be greater than the useful
life of the battery, which has been determined by test)
‰ Rechargeable battery maintenance and replacement (where a rechargeable
battery is used, proper maintenance and testing procedures shall be
described)
‰ “Replace battery with (battery manufacturer’s name or end product
manufacturer’s name, part number) only. Use of another battery may present
a risk of fire or explosion.” if the product uses a user-replaceable lithium
battery and is marked adjacent to the battery “See operating or maintenance
instructions for type of battery to be used” because a bigger marking is not
feasible.
‰ If a lithium battery is used by the product, complete instructions on how to
replace and dispose of a used battery are provided including; a) a warning
notice stating the following or equivalent “CAUTION – The battery used in this
device may present a risk of fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not
recharge, disassemble, heat above 100 degrees C (212 degrees F), or
incinerate. Replace battery with (battery manufacturer’s name or end product
manufacturer’s name and part number) only. Use of another battery may
present a risk of fire or explosion.”, b) Complete instructions as to how to
replace the battery ending with the statement: “Dispose of used battery
promptly. Keep away from children. Do not disassemble and do not dispose
of in fire.”
‰ Maintenance recommendations
‰ Description of the testing procedures of the system (this shall include periodic
testing recommendations).
‰ (S527 only) All test and maintenance instruction codes and software
necessary to provide test and inspection requirements of CAN/ULC-S536,
Standard for the Inspection and Testing of Fire Alarm Systems
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6. COMPATIBILITIES
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section addresses other devices that can be connected to form the system to meet the
intended application. The list is an example only and is not inclusive.
NAC Appliances
Manufacturer
ABC Mfg.
Model/Family
XYZ
# per Circuit
(If sync. is an issue)
Yes
Initiating Devices
Two Wire Smoke Detectors (Compatibility ID for panel of module)
Manufacturer
Model
Comp. ID
Comp. ID
# per Loop
(Head)
(Base)
ABC Mfg.
XYZ
DEF
GHI
20
Releasing Circuit
Manufacturer
ABC Mfg.
Model
XYZ
Type
Solenoid
Supplementary Devices
Manufacturer
Model
ABC Mfg.
XYZ
Type
Monitor
SLC Circuits
Manufacturer
ABC Mfg.
Type
Smoke detector
Model
XYZ
DACT/DACR Compatibility
Manufacturer
Model
ABC Mfg.
XYZ
Max. #
1
Compatible Formats
SIA 20
Power Output Circuit Devices
Door Hold Release Devices
Manufacturer
Model
ABC Mfg.
XYZ
Compatible Door Holder
UVW
Emergency Exit Locks
Manufacturer
Model
ABC Mfg.
XYZ
Four Wire Smoke Detectors
Manufacturer
Model
ABC Mfg.
XYZ
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7. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section covers the configurations needed to meet the intended applications. The minimum
and optional configurations are to be included here. The list is an example only and is not
inclusive.
Accessory/
Subassembly
Part No.
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
BCD
CDE
EFG
FGH (note 1)
HIJ
IJK
JKL (note 2)
KLM (note 2)
LMN (note 3)
MNO
NOP
OPQ
PQR
QRS
RST
STU
TUV+
UVW
123
Note 5
456
234
345
567
678
789
891
890
901
012
091
098
987
876
765
-
Description
Local Remote
Proprietary Auxiliary
Station(Rev.
Pol.)
Enclosure
Y
Y
Y
Y
Enclosure
0
0
0
0
Main control module
Y
Y
Y
Y
OEM power supply
Y
Y
Y
Y
220 V ac power supply
Y
Y
Y
Y
Display/switch module
Y
Y
Y
Y
Signature expansion loop
0
0
0
0
Reverse polarity module
0
y
0
0
16 red LED annunciator
0
0
0
0
16 yellow LED annunciator
0
0
0
0
Coder module
0
0
0
0
Isolated RS-232 module
0
0
0
0
Local Energy Master Box Module
0
0
0
0
Coder
0
0
0
0
Audio controller
0
0
0
0
Paging microphone
0
0
0
0
Firefighters telephone
0
0
0
0
Isolator module
0
0
0
0
Data line monitor
0
0
0
0
Main Control Module
0
0
0
0
City of Chicago
0
0
0
0
Display/Switch Module
0
0
0
0
Remote
Releasing
Station(DACT) Service
+ - Separately Listed Subassembly
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Y
0
Y
Y
Y
Y
0
Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Y
0
7
Y
Y
Y
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION, continued
Accessory/
Subassembly
Part No. Description
Local Remote Proprietary Auxiliary Central Remote
Station
Station Station
(Rev.
(DACT)
Pol.)
Power supply
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
220 V ac power Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
supply
DACT
O
O
O
O
Y
Y
Enclosure
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Audio
O
O
O
O
O
O
Enclosure
2-wire smoke
O
O
O
O
O
O
module
VWX
WXY
654
543
XYZ
YZA
ZAB
432
Note 5
Note 6
ZYX
321
(Note 4)
XWV
WVU
Note 6
Note 6
Amplifier
Amplifier with
tone/mic
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Releasing
Service
Y
Y
0
Y
0
0
0
0
Notes:
Y - Yes
N - No
O - Optional
Note 3: Requires the separately Listed Model XPQ module.
Note 4: Requires the separately Listed Model JAY module.
Note 5: One enclosure power BES1 or BES2 system must be used.
Note 6: Enclosure designed to house separately Listed BES1 or BES2 Series audio
system. Must use 1 piece AC123, and one of the following amplifiers; AA123, AA345, or
AA567.
Note 7: Requires minimum of one Listed Model, KBG module.
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8. SYSTEM POWER / SIZE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This section covers the primary and secondary system power limitations. It also covers the limitations
on maximum capacity for modules, appliances, etc. for addressable devices, modules, subassemblies,
and network panels. The following is an example and is not inclusive.
System Power
Power
Current
Max. AH
capacity
Derating
factor*
Primary
(power
supply)
Seconda
ry (back
up)
6A
N/A
6A
35 AH
*
N/A
Max.
standby
current
1.1 A
Max.
alarm
current
6A
Max.
standby
time
N/A
Max.
alarm
duration
N/A
10%
1.1 A
6A
24 hrs.
5 min.
Products complying with 63.1.3 shall include a minimum secondary (standby)
battery derating value of 10%, when specifying required standby capacity.
System Size
Accessories/subassemblies/networked panels
Monitor modules
Initiating Device Circuit cards
Control modules
Model XYZ fire alarm control panel
20
Maximum system capacity
198
4
98
64 nodes
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9. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
The description of the product operation is intended to be a brief summary of the details for an
operator – details beyond the summary need to be in the Functionality section.
The description of system maintenance procedure is intended to be a brief summary of the
maintenance – details beyond the summary need to be in the Testing/Maintenance section.
A control unit that is not intended to have an operator in attendance shall be provided
with simple operating instructions. These instructions shall be on the cabinet front or on
a separate sheet that can be framed and located adjacent to the control unit. When they
are separate from the control unit, the instructions shall include the model number of the
control unit and be referenced in the control unit marking by number and issue number
and/or date. The instructions shall include a capsule description of pertinent conditions
applicable to the particular control unit as follows:
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Description of the product operation. This shall include, as applicable, the
following:
1. Normal standby
2. Alarm
3. Alarm test
4. Alarm silence
5. Alarm reset
6. Trouble
7. Trouble silence
8. Off-normal position of switches
9. Functions of lights, audible indicators or switches
‰
Description of the maintenance procedures of the system. This shall
include, as applicable, the following:
1. Fuse replacement
2. Primary battery replacement (reference to a specific replacement part
which must be used with the product shall be indicated; instructions to
replace batteries periodically; the period specified shall not be greater
than the useful life of the battery, which has been determined by test)
3. Rechargeable battery maintenance and replacement (where a
rechargeable battery is used, proper maintenance and testing procedures
shall be described)
4. Maintenance recommendations
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