dressable sounders, sounder strobes and strobe only

dressable sounders, sounder strobes and strobe only
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR WALL MOUNTED LOOP POWERED ADDRESSABLE SOUNDERS, SOUNDER STROBES AND STROBE ONLY
TERMINAL
CONNECTIONS
_
+
2
4
1
MODELS
3
NFX-WS-** = Sounder Non Isolation
NFXI-WS-** = Sounder Isolation
+
_
NFX-WSF-** = Sounder Strobe Non Isolation
NFXI-WSF-** = Sounder Strobe Isolation
NFX-WF-** = Strobe Non Isolation
NFXI-WF-** = Strobe Isolation
** = Denotes colour
GENERAL
The range of intelligent AV devices are designed to be connected to analogue addressable fire
alarm systems.
These devices must only be connected to control panels that use a compatible proprietary
analogue addressable communication protocol.
These devices receive their power from the loop, and can be controlled via the communication
protocol(s).
The sounders have three volume levels and 32 tone sets. Models (NFXI-WS-**, NFXI-WSF-**,
NFXI-WF-**) containing the character ‘I’ prior to the Customer ID code include in built isolation
providing short circuit protection of the loop.
Up to 159 addresses are available. (consult the panel instructions to confirm compatibility)
These are selected via the two rotary switches. The ‘tens’ digits go from 0 to 15 and the ‘units’
from 0 to 9.
Note: if the control equipment is not capable of taking more than 99 module addresses, a fault
condition will be generated for every address over 99.
VOLUME SETTINGS
Volume setting is selected by SW6
and SW7 of the 8 way DIP switch. The
appropriate tone set is selected by SW1 to
SW5 of the 8 way DIP switch (see table 1).
The 2nd stage tone (related to the 1st stage
tone) is controlled by the fire panel via the
protocol.
SW6
SW7 Volume Setting
OFF
OFF
HIGH
OFF
ON
MEDIUM
ON
OFF
LOW
ON
ON
LOW
BASES/IP RATING
B501AP Base(IP 21C)
Deep Base(IP 44)
SPECIFICATIONS
NFX-WS-**
NFXI-WS-**
NFX-WSF-**
NFXI-WSF-**
NFX-WF-**
NFXI-WF-**
Signaling Line Supply Voltage (non isolation)
15 to 32VDC (24VDC typical)
Signaling Line Supply Voltage (isolation)
15 to 29VDC (24VDC typical)
Max current consumption (non isolation) (High Volume
Tone 8 @24V)
5.58mA
8.86mA
Max current consumption (isolation) (High Volume Tone
8 @24V)
5.77mA
9.05mA
Sound Output to EN54-3 (High Volume Tone 8 @24V)
Waterproof Base(IP 65)
N/A
N/A
N/A
95dB(A) ± 3dB
Beacon flash rate
N/A
1Hz
1Hz
Max current consumption (non isolation) NFX*-WF-**
N/A
N/A
3.28mA
Max current consumption (isolation)NFX*-WF-**
N/A
N/A
3.47mA
Quiescent Current
450uA
Operating temperature range -25 to +70oC
Relative humidity up to 93% (± 3%) - non condensing
Terminal Size 2.5mm2 - maximum
For isolator specification refer to document SP11-2848 available on request
If the waterproof option is required then the
wall gasket must be fitted behind the deep
base, and the sealing o-ring fitted after attaching the low profile base.
INSTALLATION
Affix B501AP base to a suitably flat wall.
Terminate the cable to the appropriate
terminals. For surface mount wiring the cable
can enter the B501AP base via the break
outs provided. Select
the appropriate Tone and
Volume settings via the
DIP switch.
Locate the main
assembly on to the base
by rotating until it locks
into place.
CONTINUITY
SPRING
The B501AP base
incorporates a
continuity spring
between terminals
2 and 4. This allows the continuity of the field
wiring to be checked without the need for the
device to be present. Inserting the device will
disengage the spring. Removing the device
will close the loop.
ANTI TAMPER LOCK
The B501AP base
also includes a tamper
resistant feature
that when activated
prevents removal of
the unit without the
use of a special tool.
This method is
consistent with the
anti tamper feature
across all devices
using this base. This
prevents the device
being turned to
enable its release.
Breakout
Nominal
Frequency
1
2
Alternating
Alternating
554/440
800/970
0,1,0,0,0
3
Alternating
800/970
1,1,0,0,0
0,0,1,0,0
1,0,1,0,0
0,1,1,0,0
1,1,1,0,0
0,0,0,1,0
1,0,0,1,0
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Alternating
Alternating
Alternating
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
2400/2900
2500/3100
988/645
660
970
1200
2850
Typical consumption (mA)
(WSO-WSS) (WSO-WSS) (WSO-WSS)
High
Medium
Low
6.0 / 9.3
5.4 / 8.7
Switching Frequency
Description
Market
Standard
2nd Stage
Tone
French Fire Sound AFNOR
France
UK
NFS 32-001
BS5839 Pt1
7
8
UK
BS5839 Pt1, FP1063.1
2.5 / 5.8
2.9 / 6.2
1.2 / 4.5
1.4 / 4.7
2Hz (100ms/400ms)
1Hz
5.3 / 8.6
2.8 / 6.1
1.4 / 4.7
2Hz
Alternating tone telecoms
5.3 / 8.6
6.7 / 10.0
5.9 / 9.2
5.0 / 8.3
4.8 / 8.1
4.8 / 8.1
5.2 / 8.5
2.6 / 5.9
2.6 / 5.9
2.5 / 5.8
2.5 / 5.8
2.3 / 5.6
2.2 / 5.5
2.7 / 6.0
1.7 / 5.0
1.8 / 5.1
1.4 / 4.7
1.2 / 4.5
1.4 / 4.7
1.5 / 4.8
1.5 / 4.8
3Hz
2Hz
2Hz
Alternating High Frequency
Security Alarm
HF Continuous
Rising from 150Hz to 1000Hz in
10 seconds, then 40 seconds at
1000Hz, then falling from
1000Hz to 150Hz in 10
seconds, then 20 seconds at
150Hz, then repeating. Total
period 80 seconds.
“Gasalarm” Tone
22
0.625s on, 0.625 sec off
0.25 sec off, 3.75 sec on
AS2220 alert tone
AS2220 evacuate tone
11
Sweep
150-1000
5.5 / 8.8
2.5 / 5.8
1.4 / 4.7
1,1,0,1,0
0,0,1,1,0
1,0,1,1,0
0,1,1,1,0
12
13
14
15
Intermittent
Sweep
420
500-1200
660
970
6.2 / 9.5
5.5 / 8.8
5.0 / 8.3
4.8 / 8.1
2.6 / 5.9
2.7 / 6.0
2.4 / 5.7
2.3 / 5.6
1.1 / 4.4
1.7 / 5.0
1.2 / 4.5
1.4 / 4.7
3.33Hz 150ms on, 150ms off
0.8Hz 0.25s on, 1s off
1,1,1,1,0
16
Intermittent
970
4.8 / 8.1
2.3 / 5.6
1.4 / 4.7
0.5Hz 1s on, 1s off
0,0,0,0,1
17
Intermittent
2850
5.2 / 8.5
2.7 / 6.0
1.5 / 4.8
1Hz
1,0,0,0,1
18
Intermittent
970
4.8 / 8.1
2.3 / 5.6
1.4 / 4.7
0,1,0,0,1
19
Intermittent
950
4.3 / 7.6
2.1 / 5.4
1.3 / 4.6
1,1,0,0,1
0,0,1,0,1
20
21
1Hz 500ms on, 500ms off
0.22Hz (0.5s on, 0.5s off) rptx3,
1.5s off
Continuous
Sweep
800
400-1200
5.2 / 8.5
5.6 / 8.9
2.9 / 6.2
2.5 / 5.8
1.3 / 4.6
1.6 / 4.9
(0.5s on, 0.5s off)*3, 1.5s off
1,0,1,0,1
22
Sweep
1200 - 500
5.2 / 8.5
2.4 / 5.7
1.6 / 4.9
0,1,1,0,1
23
Sweep
2400 - 2850
5.0 / 8.3
2.6 / 5.9
1.9 / 5.2
1,1,1,0,1
24
Sweep
500 - 1200
5.5 / 8.8
2.6 / 5.9
1.7 / 5.0
(0.5s off, 3.5s on)
0,0,0,1,1
1,0,0,1,1
25
26
Sweep
Sweep
800 - 970
800 - 970
4.0 / 7.3
4.5 / 7.8
2.3 / 5.6
2.5 / 5.8
1.3 / 4.6
1.4 / 4.7
50Hz
7Hz
0,1,0,1,1
27
Sweep
800 - 970
5.1 / 8.4
2.8 / 6.1
1.4 / 4.7
1Hz
1,1,0,1,1
0,0,1,1,1
28
29
Sweep
Sweep
4.9 / 8.2
5.4 / 8.7
2.6 / 5.9
2.5 / 5.8
1.8 / 5.1
1.3 / 4.6
1,0,1,1,1
30
Sweep
0,1,1,1,1
1,1,1,1,1
31
32
Sweep
Sweep
2400 – 2850
500 – 1000
500 – 1200 –
500
800 – 1000
2400 - 2850
50Hz
7Hz
0.166Hz rise 1s, stable 4s, fall
1s
2Hz
1Hz
5.4 / 8.7
2.6 / 5.9
1.6 / 4.9
5.3 / 8.6
5.2 / 8.5
2.7 / 6.0
2.6 / 5.9
1.4 / 4.7
1.9 / 5.2
Note:- For Isolated variants add 0.19mA to high,
medium, low values above.
Sweden
BS 5839 Pt 1
0,1,0,1,0
Intermittent
Intermittent
8
10
10
8
1
2
2
4
All clear
Swedish alarm tone
Intermittent Tone
Back up alarm LF & BS5839
Pt 1
Back up alarm HF & BS5839
Pt 1 2nd tone
LF BS5839 Pt 1
NZ, Aus
NZ, Aus
AS2220
AS2220
Sounder/SounderStrobe
121mm
13
12
7
8
Sweden
UK
BS 5839 Pt 1
UK
BS5839 Pt 1
8
UK
BS5839 Pt 1
10
UK
BS5839 Pt 1
8
Australia
ISO8201
12
Temporal 3 Evacuation tone
Australia
BS 5839 Pt 1
ISO8201 Temporal 3
22
12
0.99Hz 1s on, 0.01s off
Evacuate, DIN tone & PFEER
Germany
DIN, PFEER
20
7Hz
Fast sweep VdS
Slow whoop evacuate
Netherlands
LF Buzz BS5839 Pt 1
Fast sweep LF BS5839 Pt 1
Medium sweep LF, BS5839 Pt
1, VdS
High frequency buzz
Fast whoop
Germany
VdS
10
Netherlands
NEN 2575
8
UK
UK
BS5839 Pt 1
BS5839 Pt 1
8
8
UK, Germany
BS5839 Pt 1 VdS
8
10
8
Siren style tone
DIMENSIONS
Strobe 121mm
51mm
Pattern
8
8
10
106mm
No
62mm
DIP setting
O=Off/1=On
SW 1,2,3,4,5
0,0,0,0,0
1,0,0,0,0
94mm
Table 1 - VERSION 8B
ADDRESS SETTING
To set one of the 159 available addresses for the device
use the two rotary switches located either side of the dip
switch unit. The ‘tens’ digits go from 0 to 15 and the ‘units’
from 0 to 9.
Example A (Address setting 98)
Non-Isolated
Example B (Address setting 108)
Isolated
Non-Isolated
Sounder Output data, in accordance with EN54-3, is available on Document Ref: D 1022.
Note: For CPD Data on all relevant devices please request D974
Isolated
KAC ALARM COMPANY LIMITED, KAC House, Thornhill Road, Redditch, Worcestershire, England. B98 9ND. www.kac.co.uk
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