L4 E3 Series Classic Installation/Operation Manual

L4 E3 Series Classic Installation/Operation Manual
E3 Series® Classic
Installation/Operation
Manual
Document: 9000-0577
2/02/2016
P/N 9000-0577:L4
Rev:
L4
ECN 16-0032
Fire Alarm & Emergency Communication System Limitations
While a life safety system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for life and property insurance!
An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of smoke
detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible warning
devices, and a fire alarm control panel (FACP) with remote notification capability—can provide early warning of a developing fire.
Such a system, however, does not assure protection against
property damage or loss of life resulting from a fire.
An emergency communication system—typically made up of
an automatic fire alarm system (as described above) and a life
safety communication system that may include an autonomous
control unit (ACU), local operating console (LOC), voice communication, and other various interoperable communication methods—can broadcast a mass notification message. Such a
system, however, does not assure protection against property
damage or loss of life resulting from a fire or life safety event.
The Manufacturer recommends that smoke and/or heat
detectors be located throughout a protected premises following
the recommendations of the current edition of the National Fire
Protection Association Standard 72 (NFPA 72), manufacturer's
recommendations, State and local codes, and the
recommendations contained in the Guide for Proper Use of
System Smoke Detectors, which is made available at no charge
to all installing dealers. This document can be found at http://
www.systemsensor.com/appguides/. A study by the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (an agency of the United
States government) indicated that smoke detectors may not go
off in as many as 35% of all fires. While fire alarm systems are
designed to provide early warning against fire, they do not
guarantee warning or protection against fire. A fire alarm system
may not provide timely or adequate warning, or simply may not
function, for a variety of reasons:
Smoke detectors may not sense fire where smoke cannot
reach the detectors such as in chimneys, in or behind walls, on
roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors also
may not sense a fire on another level or floor of a building. A second-floor detector, for example, may not sense a first-floor or
basement fire.
Particles of combustion or “smoke” from a developing fire
may not reach the sensing chambers of smoke detectors
because:
• Barriers such as closed or partially closed doors, walls, chimneys, even wet or humid areas may inhibit particle or smoke
flow.
• Smoke particles may become “cold,” stratify, and not reach
the ceiling or upper walls where detectors are located.
• Smoke particles may be blown away from detectors by air
outlets, such as air conditioning vents.
• Smoke particles may be drawn into air returns before reaching the detector.
The amount of “smoke” present may be insufficient to alarm
smoke detectors. Smoke detectors are designed to alarm at various levels of smoke density. If such density levels are not created by a developing fire at the location of detectors, the
detectors will not go into alarm.
Smoke detectors, even when working properly, have sensing
limitations. Detectors that have photoelectronic sensing chambers tend to detect smoldering fires better than flaming fires,
which have little visible smoke. Detectors that have ionizing-type
sensing chambers tend to detect fast-flaming fires better than
smoldering fires. Because fires develop in different ways and are
often unpredictable in their growth, neither type of detector is
necessarily best and a given type of detector may not provide
adequate warning of a fire.
Smoke detectors cannot be expected to provide adequate warning of fires caused by arson, children playing with matches
(especially in bedrooms), smoking in bed, and violent explosions
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(caused by escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, etc.).
Heat detectors do not sense particles of combustion and alarm
only when heat on their sensors increases at a predetermined
rate or reaches a predetermined level. Rate-of-rise heat detectors may be subject to reduced sensitivity over time. For this reason, the rate-of-rise feature of each detector should be tested at
least once per year by a qualified fire protection specialist. Heat
detectors are designed to protect property, not life.
IMPORTANT! Smoke detectors must be installed in the same
room as the control panel and in rooms used by the system for
the connection of alarm transmission wiring, communications,
signaling, and/or power. If detectors are not so located, a developing fire may damage the alarm system, compromising its ability to report a fire.
Audible warning devices such as bells, horns, strobes,
speakers and displays may not alert people if these devices
are located on the other side of closed or partly open doors or
are located on another floor of a building. Any warning device
may fail to alert people with a disability or those who have
recently consumed drugs, alcohol, or medication. Please note
that:
• An emergency communication system may take priority over
a fire alarm system in the event of a life safety emergency.
• Voice messaging systems must be designed to meet intelligibility requirements as defined by NFPA, local codes, and
Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
• Language and instructional requirements must be clearly disseminated on any local displays.
• Strobes can, under certain circumstances, cause seizures in
people with conditions such as epilepsy.
• Studies have shown that certain people, even when they hear
a fire alarm signal, do not respond to or comprehend the
meaning of the signal. Audible devices, such as horns and
bells, can have different tonal patterns and frequencies. It is
the property owner's responsibility to conduct fire drills and
other training exercises to make people aware of fire alarm
signals and instruct them on the proper reaction to alarm signals.
• In rare instances, the sounding of a warning device can cause
temporary or permanent hearing loss.
A life safety system will not operate without any electrical
power. If AC power fails, the system will operate from standby
batteries only for a specified time and only if the batteries have
been properly maintained and replaced regularly.
Equipment used in the system may not be technically compatible with the control panel. It is essential to use only equipment
listed for service with your control panel.
Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may be out of service or temporarily disabled. For added protection against telephone line
failure, backup radio transmission systems are recommended.
The most common cause of life safety system malfunction is
inadequate maintenance. To keep the entire life safety system in
excellent working order, ongoing maintenance is required per the
manufacturer's recommendations, and UL and NFPA standards.
At a minimum, the requirements of NFPA 72 shall be followed.
Environments with large amounts of dust, dirt, or high air velocity
require more frequent maintenance. A maintenance agreement
should be arranged through the local manufacturer's representative. Maintenance should be scheduled as required by National
and/or local fire codes and should be performed by authorized
professional life safety system installers only. Adequate written
records of all inspections should be kept.
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Installation Precautions
Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability:
WARNING - Several different sources of power can be
connected to the fire alarm control panel. Disconnect all
sources of power before servicing. Control unit and associated equipment may be damaged by removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or interconnecting cables while the unit is
energized. Do not attempt to install, service, or operate this
unit until manuals are read and understood.
CAUTION - System Re-acceptance Test after Software
Changes: To ensure proper system operation, this product
must be tested in accordance with NFPA 72 after any programming operation or change in site-specific software. Reacceptance testing is required after any change, addition or
deletion of system components, or after any modification,
repair or adjustment to system hardware or wiring. All components, circuits, system operations, or software functions known
to be affected by a change must be 100% tested. In addition,
to ensure that other operations are not inadvertently affected,
at least 10% of initiating devices that are not directly affected
by the change, up to a maximum of 50 devices, must also be
tested and proper system operation verified.
This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0-49º
C/32-120º F and at a relative humidity 93% ± 2% RH (noncondensing) at 32°C ± 2°C (90°F ± 3°F). However, the useful
life of the system's standby batteries and the electronic components may be adversely affected by extreme temperature
ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this
system and its peripherals be installed in an environment with
a normal room temperature of 15-27º C/60-80º F.
Verify that wire sizes are adequate for all initiating and indicating device loops. Most devices cannot tolerate more than a
10% I.R. drop from the specified device voltage.
Like all solid state electronic devices, this system may
operate erratically or can be damaged when subjected to lightning induced transients. Although no system is completely
immune from lightning transients and interference, proper
grounding will reduce susceptibility. Overhead or outside aerial
wiring is not recommended, due to an increased susceptibility
to nearby lightning strikes. Consult with the Technical Services Department if any problems are anticipated or encountered.
Disconnect AC power and batteries prior to removing or
inserting circuit boards. Failure to do so can damage circuits.
Remove all electronic assemblies prior to any drilling, filing,
reaming, or punching of the enclosure. When possible, make
all cable entries from the sides or rear. Before making modifications, verify that they will not interfere with battery, transformer, or printed circuit board location.
Do not tighten screw terminals more than 9 in-lbs. Overtightening may damage threads, resulting in reduced terminal
contact pressure and difficulty with screw terminal removal.
This system contains static-sensitive components.
Always ground yourself with a proper wrist strap before handling any circuits so that static charges are removed from the
body. Use static suppressive packaging to protect electronic
assemblies removed from the unit.
Follow the instructions in the installation, operating, and programming manuals. These instructions must be followed to
avoid damage to the control panel and associated equipment.
FACP operation and reliability depend upon proper installation.
Precau-D1-9-2005
FCC Warning
WARNING: This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual may
cause interference to radio communications. It has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for class A
computing devices pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of
FCC Rules, which is designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when devices are
operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his or her own expense.
Canadian Requirements
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits
for radiation noise emissions from digital apparatus set
out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le present appareil numerique n'emet pas de bruits radioelectriques depassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de la classe A prescrites dans le
Reglement sur le brouillage radioelectrique edicte par le
ministere des Communications du Canada.
eVance™ is a trademark; and Acclimate®, FocalPoint®, Gamewell-FCI®, FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology®, Intelligent FAAST®,
SmartScan®, SWIFT®, Velociti®, and E3 Series® are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc.eVance™ is a trademark; and Silent Knight®
and SWIFT® are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
Chrome™ and Google™ are trademarks of Google Inc.
©2016 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.
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Software Downloads
In order to supply the latest features and functionality in fire alarm and life safety technology to our customers, we make
frequent upgrades to the embedded software in our products. To ensure that you are installing and programming the latest
features, we strongly recommend that you download the most current version of software for each product prior to
commissioning any system. Contact Technical Support with any questions about software and the appropriate version for a
specific application.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1.1: Standards........................................................................................................................................................7
1.2: Reference Documentation .............................................................................................................................8
1.3: E3 Series Classic Equipment .........................................................................................................................9
1.3.1: Intelligent Network Command Center (INCC-C) ...............................................................................9
1.4: E3 Series Classic Sub-Assemblies.................................................................................................................9
1.4.1: Intelligent Network Interface-Voice Gateway, (INI-VGE).................................................................9
1.4.2: Addressable Switch Sub-Assembly (ASM-16) ...................................................................................9
1.4.3: Amplifier-100 Watt (AA-100).............................................................................................................9
1.4.4: Amplifier-120 Watt (AA-120)...........................................................................................................10
1.4.5: PM-9/PM-9G Power Supply Sub-Assembly- 9 Amperes .................................................................10
1.4.6: Command Center Enclosure (INCC-E).............................................................................................10
1.4.7: Command Center Expander Enclosure (INCC-Ex)...........................................................................10
1.4.8: Amplifier Enclosure (CAB-B3, CAB-D3) ........................................................................................10
1.4.9: Remote LED Driver Sub-assembly (ANU-48) .................................................................................10
1.4.10: LCD Display Annunciator Sub-Assembly (NGA)..........................................................................10
1.4.11: Liquid Crystal Display-Smart Loop Panel (LCD-SLP) ..................................................................10
1.4.12: LCD Display (LCD-E3) ..................................................................................................................10
1.5: 7100 Fire Alarm Control Panel Equipment .................................................................................................11
1.5.1: 7100 Fire Alarm Control Panel Features...........................................................................................11
1.5.2: INI-7100 UTP, Intelligent Network Interface, Unshielded, Twisted-Pair ........................................11
1.5.3: INI-7100 FO, Intelligent Network Interface, Fiber-Optic.................................................................11
1.6: E3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Equipment..........................................................................................12
1.6.1: E3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Features....................................................................................12
1.6.2: Repeater (RPT-E3-UTP) ...................................................................................................................12
1.7: S3 Series (Small Addressable Loop Fire Alarm Control Panel) .................................................................13
1.7.1: S3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Features....................................................................................13
2.1: Installation Requirements ............................................................................................................................14
2.2: Unpacking and Inspecting Components ......................................................................................................14
2.3: Mounting Sub-Assemblies...........................................................................................................................14
2.4: INCC Command Center ..............................................................................................................................14
2.5: INCC-E Backbox (Single Backbox Application)........................................................................................15
2.6: INCC-E Backbox (Multiple Backbox Application) ....................................................................................16
2.7: E3 Series Classic Intelligent Network Command Center Assembly...........................................................17
2.7.1: Intelligent Network Interface (INI-VGE)..........................................................................................18
2.7.2: Inner Door (INCC) ............................................................................................................................18
2.7.3: Addressable Switch Sub-assembly (ASM-16) ..................................................................................18
2.7.4: ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring Connections.........................................................................................19
2.7.5: Remote LED Driver Sub-Assembly (ANU-48) ................................................................................22
2.7.6: Amplifiers (AA-100, AA-120) ..........................................................................................................23
2.7.7: Cabinet (s) DR-C4B, DR-D4B..........................................................................................................23
2.7.8: Voice Paging Microphone Assembly (Optional) ..............................................................................24
2.7.9: Fire Fighter's Intercom Handset Assembly (Optional)......................................................................25
2.7.10: NGA LCD Annunciator Sub Assembly ..........................................................................................26
3.1: Power Connections ......................................................................................................................................28
3.2: Intelligent Network Interface, Voice Gateway (INI-VGE)..........................................................................29
3.2.1: INI-VGE Power Connections............................................................................................................34
3.2.2: E3 Series Classic Network Connections ...........................................................................................35
3.2.3: INI-VGE Signaling Line Circuit .......................................................................................................38
3.2.4: INI-VGE Fire Fighter Intercom Riser Connections ..........................................................................39
3.2.5: INI-VGE Connections to Remote ASM-16 Sub-Assemblies............................................................40
3.2.6: INI-VGE Earth Ground Connection..................................................................................................40
3.2.7: INI-VGE Programming Address Switch Settings .............................................................................41
3.3: AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers......................................................................................................42
3.3.1: Primary/Secondary Power Requirements for the AA-100/AA-120 Audio Amplifiers.....................43
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3.3.2: Amplifier Connections.......................................................................................................................47
3.3.3: Adjusting Audio Gain Level..............................................................................................................48
3.3.4: LEDs ..................................................................................................................................................49
3.3.5: Selecting the Default Backup Tone ...................................................................................................50
3.3.6: Backup Amplifier ..............................................................................................................................51
3.4: Speaker Circuit Connections........................................................................................................................52
3.4.1: Speaker Switching .............................................................................................................................52
3.4.2: Speaker Wire .....................................................................................................................................54
3.5: Dual-Channel Classic...................................................................................................................................55
4.1: Routing Of Class 2 Power-Limited Field Wiring Circuits...........................................................................56
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Section 1: General Description
The E3 Series® Classic Emergency Voice Evacuation System is a peer-to-peer, self-regenerating,
token ring passing network consisting of two to sixty-four nodes. When the E3 Series Classic is
connected to the network, it is compatible with the following systems.
•
E3 Series System
•
S3 Series (Small Addressable Loop •
Fire Alarm Control Panel)
7100 Series System
The System is a modular design that allows a wide range of configurations from three basic
assemblies to form an integrated, distributed fire alarm system with bulk audio evacuation and fire
command capability. The network communication conveys all of the fire alarm, audio evacuation,
voice paging, and fire fighter communications over a single pair of wires or fiber-optic cable. Wire
can be run up to 3,000 feet (914.4 meters) between each node while fiber-optic cable can tolerate up
to 8 dB loss between each node. A node consists of two or more nodes that comprise the following:
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An Intelligent Network Command Center (INCC-C) is comprised of the following:
– an Intelligent Network Interface-Voice Gateway (INI-VGC) sub-assembly
– one Network Graphic Annunciator (NGA) sub-assembly
– one to sixteen fully programmable Addressable Switch sub-assemblies (ASM-16), or LED
Driver sub-assemblies, (ANU-48)
– a microphone for paging
– a telephone handset for fire fighter communications
1.1 Standards
The E3 Series® Classic Emergency Voice Evacuation System has been designed and tested to
comply with the following Standards.
Underwriters Laboratories
The E3 Series Classic Emergency Voice Evacuation System complies with the following
Underwriters Laboratories Standard.
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UL Standard 864, 9th Edition
National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA)
The E3 Series Classic Emergency Voice Evacuation System complies with the following National
Fire Protection Agency Standard.
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NFPA 72- National Fire Alarm Code
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NFPA 70- National Electrical Code
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NFPA 101- Life Safety Code
Other
The E3 Series Classic Emergency Voice Evacuation System complies with the following Agency
Standards.
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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
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California State Fire Marshall
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New York City-MEA
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Reference Documentation
1.2 Reference Documentation
Table 1.2.1 lists the UL-Controlled documentation assigned to the S3 Series and E3 Series Systems. If you
require detailed installation instructions on cabinetry, wiring and specifications, you can download the
following UL-Controlled documents from the ESD site on the Gamewell-FCI Website (gamewell-fci.com).
Part Number
Title
UL Listing Document
LS10005-051GF-E
S3 Series (Small Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel) UL Listing Document
LS10080-051GF-E
E3 Series Fire System (Expandable Emergency Evacuation System) UL Listing Document
Manuals
9000-0577
E3 Series Classic Installation/Operation Manual
LS10013-000GF-E
E3 Series Combined Fire and MNS Installation/Operation Manual
Installation Instructions
9000-0491
LCD-7100 (Remote Serial Annunciator) Installation Instructions
9000-0544
AM-50 Series (50 Watt Amplifiers) Installation Instructions
9000-0550
ASM-16 (Addressable Switch Module) Installation Instructions
9000-0564
ANU-48 (Remote LED Driver Annunciator) Installation Instructions
9000-0568
NGA (Network Graphic Annunciator) Installation Instructions
9000-0569
ILI-S-E3 (Intelligent Loop Interface - Expansion Board) Installation Instructions
9000-0579
ILI-MB-E3 (Intelligent Loop Interface - Main Board) Installation Instructions
9000-0580
RPT-E3-UTP (Repeater-E3 Unshielded Twisted-Pair) Installation Instructions
9000-0581
DACT-E3 (Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter) Installation Instructions
9000-0582
LCD-E3 (Liquid Crystal Display-E3) Installation Instructions
9001-0017
ILI95-MB-E3 (Intelligent Loop Interface-95 - Main Board) Installation Instructions
9001-0018
ILI95-S-E3 (Intelligent Loop Interface-95 - Expansion Board) Installation Instructions
9001-0055
PM-9G (Power Supply) Installation Instructions
9001-0064
ANX (Addressable Node Expander) Installation Instructions
9001-0066
RAN-7100 (Remote Alphanumeric Annunciator) Installation Instructions
LS10044-000GF-E
SLC-PM/SLC95-PM (Signaling Line Circuit-Personality Modules Installation Instructions
LS10046-000GF-E
FML-E3/FSL-E3 (Fiber-Optic Multi-Mode/Fiber-Optic Single-Mode) Installation Instructions
LS10058-000GF-E
FLPS-7 (Power Supply) Installation Instructions
LS10082-000GF-E
E3 Series Cabinets B, C, D, Retrofit, DR-C4/DR-D4 and EQ Cabinets Installation Instructions
LS10083-000GF-E
E3 Series, Remote Annunciator Display and Retrofit Cabinets Installation Instructions
Addendum
9000-0427-L8
Compatibility Addendum to Gamewell-FCI Installation/Operation Manuals UL File S1869 Vol. 8C
Supplement
LS10138-151GF-E
E3 Series Control Panel, Releasing Applications Supplement
Frame-Posts
9000-0583
E3 Series for the LCD-E3 Operating Instructions
LS10056-000GF-E
S3 Series (Small Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel System), Operating Instructions
LS10121-000GF-E
E3 Series for the LCD-SLP Operating Instructions
Table 1.2.1 Reference Documentation
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E3 Series Classic Equipment
General Description
1.3 E3 Series Classic Equipment
1.3.1 Intelligent Network Command Center (INCC-C)
The Command and Control Center is comprised of one INI-VGE, one or more ASM-16
programmable switch sub-assemblies, ANU-48 remote LED Driver sub-assemblies, or an NGA
Network LCD annunciator. Optional assemblies include a system voice paging microphone and a
fire fighter's handset.
NOTE: An E3 Series Classic Emergency Voice Evacuation System can have multiple command
centers. Each command center can occupy one node on the network. These centers can serve as
remote command centers duplicating the functions of a main command center or serve as
independent command centers for their location.
1.4 E3 Series Classic Sub-Assemblies
1.4.1 Intelligent Network Interface-Voice Gateway, (INI-VGE)
The Intelligent Network Interface-Voice Gateway sub-assembly is available for fiber-optic/copper
wire combination. This sub-assembly is the network interface for the Voice Evacuation Command
Center (INCC-C). It accommodates either the INI-VGE-FO unshielded twisted-pair wire or fiberoptic cable. The INI-VGE-UTP is available for unshielded twisted-pair use only. The E3 Series
Classic can accommodate up to four INI-VGE sub-assemblies each installed in its own cabinet.
Installed in the INCC-C command center, the E3 Series Classic does the following:
•
Provides the connection to the system's microphone and the fire fighter's handset.
•
Monitors and controls up to six ASM-16, NGA, or ANU-48 sub-assemblies for a total of 256
fully programmable control switches.
•
Includes one Style 4 (Class B) signaling line circuit with a capacity of up to sixteen AOMTELF (fire fighter communication circuit) sub-assemblies.
•
Occupies one node on the E3 Series Classic network.
•
Provides four voice channels, INI-VGE each capable of commanding up to twenty AA-100 or
AA-120 amplifiers.
•
Offers one Style 4 (Class B) signaling line circuit with a capacity of up to sixteen AOM-TELF
(fire fighter communication circuits) and thirty-two AOM-2SF (single-channel, speaker
circuits). The MMO-6SF six-circuit, single-channel speaker circuits modules are also
supported, but each MMO-6SF takes up to six addresses on the SLC.
•
Includes one fire fighter communications riser.
•
Stores up to sixteen custom digital tones/messages with a combined, total length of three
minutes.
1.4.2 Addressable Switch Sub-Assembly (ASM-16)
The ASM-16 is a configurable switch input sub-assembly with sixteen witches and forty-eight
status LEDs. Each switch address is fully programmable to serve as:
•
A System Control Switch: Reset, Silence, Alarm and Trouble Acknowledge etc.
•
A Voice Evacuation Speaker Circuit control switch
•
A Fire Fighter Communication Circuit control switch
•
An Auxiliary Control Circuit switch
•
A status indicating LED, red, green, and yellow
1.4.3 Amplifier-100 Watt (AA-100)
The AA-100 is a 100-watt switching audio output amplifier, with two standard outputs of 25VRMS
or 70.7 VRMS. Only one of the two outputs may be used in an installation. It has one fully
supervised speaker circuit wired Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) capable of supplying up to
100 watts of power maximum. The amplifier contains its own power supply, battery transfer
control, amplifier supervision and back-up amplifier transfer control.
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E3 Series Classic Sub-Assemblies
1.4.4 Amplifier-120 Watt (AA-120)
The AA-120 is a 120-watt switching audio output amplifier, with one standard output of 25 VRMS.
It has one fully supervised speaker circuit wired Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) capable of
supplying up to 120 watts of power maximum.
The amplifier contains its own power supply, battery transfer control, amplifier supervision and
back-up amplifier transfer control.
1.4.5 PM-9/PM-9G Power Supply Sub-Assembly- 9 Amperes
The PM-9/PM-9G is a 9 ampere regulated power supply with a battery charger that provides
operating power to the INI-VGE Voice Evacuation Command Center. The battery charger can
maintain batteries up to 55 A/H (with an external battery cabinet). (Batteries not furnished).
1.4.6 Command Center Enclosure (INCC-E)
This enclosure houses the INI-VGE, Fire Fighter Telephone, Emergency Microphone, an NGA
LCD Display, and up to three ASM-16/ANU-48 sub-assemblies.
1.4.7 Command Center Expander Enclosure (INCC-Ex)
This enclosure can be interconnected with other enclosures to provide an added capacity for the
larger applications. It can accommodate up to six ASM-16 or ANU-48 sub-assemblies.
1.4.8 Amplifier Enclosure (CAB-B3, CAB-D3)
These enclosures house the AA-100 and AA-120 amplifiers. They are available in two (B3), or four
(D3) tiers, with one amplifier occupying one tier.
1.4.9 Remote LED Driver Sub-assembly (ANU-48)
This sub-assembly provides output for up to forty-eight remote LEDs. It mounts either in the INCC
enclosure or in a remote UL Listed annunciator.
1.4.10 LCD Display Annunciator Sub-Assembly (NGA)
The NGA sub-assembly occupies one node on the network. This sub-assembly mounts in the INCC
enclosure and provides an LCD display of system events, together with system status indicating
LEDs and the following touch-screen switches:
•
•
Alarm Acknowledge
Trouble Acknowledge
•
•
Signal Silence
System Reset
1.4.11 Liquid Crystal Display-Smart Loop Panel (LCD-SLP)
The LCD-SLP (Liquid Crystal Display-Smart Loop Panel) is a 4.3”(10.92 cm) diagonal, 480 x 272 pixels,
color touchscreen interface that consists of system events including indicating LEDs and control switches. It
may be remotely located via a local RS-485 serial interface. The LCD-SLP display is a remote annunciator
that is compatible with the following system, modules. The SLP-E3, ILI-MB-E3 and ILI95-MB-E3 modules
support up to 15 fully-functional and supervised LCD-SLP color touchscreen interfaces.
• S3 Series, SLP-E3
(Smart Loop Panel-Main
Board)
• E3 Series®, ILI-MB-E3
(Intelligent Loop InterfaceMain Board
• E3 Series, ILI95-MB-E3
(Intelligent Loop Interface95Main Board)
1.4.12 LCD Display (LCD-E3)
The LCD-E3 provides an LCD display for system status, and the following Switches and LED
indicators:
• Alarm Acknowledge
• Programming buttons
• Trouble Acknowledge
– Menu/Back
• Signal Silence
– Back Space/Edit
• System Reset/Lamp test
– OK
• 12 button keypad
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7100 Fire Alarm Control Panel Equipment
General Description
1.5 7100 Fire Alarm Control Panel Equipment
1.5.1 7100 Fire Alarm Control Panel Features
The 7100 Series is shipped unassembled. The shipping carton includes the 7100 Series
Installation/Operation Manual, P/N: 9000-0447. The 7100 Series analog, addressable fire alarm
control panel provides such standard features as:
•
Two Class B, Style 4 Signaling Line Circuits (SLC)
•
Two Class B, Style Y Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC)
•
Alarm and Trouble Form “C” dry contacts
•
Accommodates 99 Gamewell-FCI Approved, UL Listed compatible analog, addressable
sensors per SLC (198 total per 7100 System)
•
Accommodates 98 Gamewell-FCI Approved, UL Listed compatible addressable monitor and
control modules per SLC (196 total per 7100 System)
•
80-character alpha-numeric display with the key switch protected system access functions and
the system diagnostic LEDs
•
500 event, non-volatile history log
•
Resettable and non-resettable external power outputs rated 1A @ 24 VDC
•
Alarm Verification and Positive Alarm Sequence
•
Multi-level Alarm Processing
•
NAC coding
•
Programmable Trouble Reminder
•
Integral RS-232 Port
•
Power Limited Circuits
In addition, the following list the optional features:
•
Class A Optional Module (CAOM) with Disconnect Switches for System NACs and SLCs
•
Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT) built-in to Model FC7100-2D
•
Municipal Circuit Optional Module (MCOM)
•
LCD-7100/RAN-7100 Remote 80-character alphanumeric display (up to 5 per 7100 FACP)
•
LDM-7100 LED Display Driver providing 33 outputs (up to 5 per 7100 FACP)
Each 7100 fire alarm control panel converts into an E3 network node by the addition of an
INI-7100 UTP or INI-7100 FO (see Section 1.5.2 or Section 1.5.3).
1.5.2 INI-7100 UTP, Intelligent Network Interface, Unshielded,
Twisted-Pair
The E3 Broadband Network interfaces to the 7100 FACP using copper wire network terminations
only. It occupies one node on the E3 Series® Broadband network.
OR
1.5.3 INI-7100 FO, Intelligent Network Interface, Fiber-Optic
The E3 Broadband Network interfaces to the 7100 FACP using either fiber-optic cable or copper
wire network terminations. It occupies one node on the E3 Series Broadband network.
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E3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Equipment
1.6 E3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Equipment
The E3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel includes the following equipment:
•
•
ILI-MB-E3, ILI95-MB-E3 or ANX
LCD-E3 or LCD-SLP
•
•
PM-9 or PM-9G
RPT-E3-UTP (with FML-E3/FSL-E3)
1.6.1 E3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Features
•
•
Two Class A, Style 6, 7* or Class B, Style 4 Signaling Line Circuits
Two Class A, Style Z or Class B, Style Y Notification Appliance Circuits, 2.0 amp each
•
Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory dry contacts
•
Accommodates 159 Gamewell-FCI Approved, UL Listed compatible analog sensors per
signaling line circuit
•
Accommodates 159 Gamewell-FCI Approved, UL Listed compatible addressable
monitor/control devices per signaling line circuit
•
Accommodates 126 Gamewell-FCI Approved, UL Listed compatible sensors/modules
(ILI95-E3 Series)
•
80-character alphanumeric LCD display (40 characters user-defined)
•
4100 event history buffer (non-volatile)
•
Class 2 Power-Limited
•
Resettable/non-resettable 1.0 amp @ 24 VDC power output each
•
Alarm verification
•
Walk test
•
Multi-level alarm processing
•
Positive Alarm Sequence (PAS) operation
•
Trouble reminder
•
•
Integral RS-232 port
ANX network interface communicates between the E3 Series fire alarm control panel and the
FocalPoint Graphic Workstation
*Style 7 operation requires System Sensor, M500X Isolator Modules (ILI-MB-E3 or ILI-S-E3) or
XP95-LI Line Isolator and XP95-LIB Line Isolator Base (ILI95-MB-E3 or ILI95-S-E3).
Optional Features
•
•
Remote DACT-E3 Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter
Remote ANU-48 Remote LED Driver
•
Remote ASM-16 Addressable Switch Sub-assembly
•
Remote NGA Network Graphic Display
•
LCD-7100/RAN-7100 Remote LCD Display
•
LCD-SLP (Liquid Crystal Display-Smart Loop Panel)
1.6.2 Repeater (RPT-E3-UTP)
The RPT-E3-UTP sub-assembly provides a remote interface between the ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MBE3, ANX (used for Fire applications only) and the Broadband Network. It can also be used with the
NGA. Use the following network communication circuits with this system.
•
•
•
RPT-E3-UTP (Repeater Module) provides unshielded, twisted-pair wire.
FML-E3 (Fiber-Optic Multi-Mode) provides the fiber-optic multi-mode 62.5 microns fiber.
FSL-E3 (Fiber Optic Single Mode) provides the fiber-optic single-mode 50 microns fiber.
NOTE: RPT-E3-UTP Documentation:
For additional information on the RPT-E3-UTP, refer to the following documents:
- RPT-E3-UTP Installation Instructions, P/N:9000-0580
- S3 Series (Small Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel) UL Listing Document,
P/N:LS10005-051GF-E
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S3 Series (Small Addressable Loop Fire Alarm Control Panel)
General Description
1.7 S3 Series (Small Addressable Loop Fire Alarm Control
Panel)
The S3 Series (Small Addressable Loop Fire Alarm Control Panel) includes the following modules.
•
•
•
SLP-E3
(Small Addressable Loop Panel)
FLPS-7
(FireLite Power Supply for 7 amps)
SLC-PM
(Single Loop Circuit-Personality
Module)
•
•
•
SLC95-PM
(Single Loop Circuit95-Personality Module)
RPT-E3-UTP
(Repeater)
LCD-SLP
(Liquid Crystal Display, Small Addressable Loop
Panel)
1.7.1 S3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel Features
The S3 Series is a Small Analog-Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) that may be used
in standalone or networked configurations.
•
The S3 Series may be used as a standalone FACP, providing the following features:
– One or two Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs) supporting System Sensor® Velociti®, System
Sensor CLIP, or Apollo XP-95 protocols.
– Four Class B Notification Appliance Circuits (NACs), which may be paired to provide two
Class A NACs.
•
The S3 Series provides an optional network interface board that allows the networked
operation of multiple S3 Series and E3 Series units.
– The network interface allows seamless integration with Gamewell-FCI, S3 Series nodes and
E3 Series nodes, including the ILI-E3 Series (Intelligent Loop Interface-E3), ILI95-E3
Series (Intelligent Loop Interface95), ANX (Addressable Node Expander), INI-VG Series
(Intelligent Network Interface-Voice Gateway), and NGA (Network Graphic Annunciator).
NOTE: For additional information on the S3 Series panel, refer to the S3 Series (Small
Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel) UL Listing Document, P/N:LS10005-051GF-E.
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Installation Requirements
Section 2: Installation
2.1 Installation Requirements
All components of the E3 Series® Classic System should be located per the following requirements:
•
The INCC-C Command Center must be mounted close-nippled to the PM-9/PM-9G or to a UL
Listed fire power supply that supplies it with its 24 VDC operating voltage, such as the
Gamewell-FCI E3 Series® System or Model 7100 control panel Listed per UL Standard 864,
9th Edition.
•
Installations are to be indoors only, protected from rain, water, and rapid changes in
temperature that could cause condensation. Equipment must be securely mounted on rigid,
permanent walls.
•
Temperature shall not exceed the range of 32° - 120° F (0 - 49° C).
•
Operating humidity not to exceed with 93% non-condensing at 90° F (32° C).
•
There should be adequate space around the installation to allow easy access for operation and
servicing.
•
All E3 Series assemblies and components are to be located in compliance with the local and
the national codes.
•
All installation field wiring shall be in compliance with the local code, the national code and
the manufacturer’s recommendations.
•
Use the Architects and Engineering Specifications for detailed information on your Facility’s
Configuration.
•
Installers must be Gamewell-FCI Factory Certified to program this product. For additional
information on this product, contact the Gamewell-FCI Customer Support to schedule the
Factory Certified Training.
2.2 Unpacking and Inspecting Components
All components of the E3 Series® Classic are shipped disassembled. Remove all sub-assemblies
and accessories from their shipping carton to access the enclosure. Remove and inspect the enclosure for shipping damage. Inspect all electronic sub-assemblies for damage without removing them
from their anti-static protective bags. If any pieces are found damaged, notify the shipping carrier
immediately. Report missing components to Gamewell-FCI Customer Service.
2.3 Mounting Sub-Assemblies
To determine the installation that you require, refer to the following documents in Table 2.3.1.You
can download these documents from the Gamewell-FCI website, www.gamewell-fci.com.
Part Number
Title
LS10080-051GF-E
E3 Series UL Listing Document
LS10082-000GF-E
E3 Series Cabinets B, C, D, Retrofit, DR-C4/DR-D4 & EQ Cabinets
Installation Instructions
LS10083-000GF-E
E3 Series, Remote Annunciator Display and Retrofit Cabinets
Installation Instructions,
LS10005-051GF-E
S3 Series (Small Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel)
Installation/Operation Manual
LS10013-000GF-E
E3 Series Combined Fire and Mass Notification
Installation/Operation Manual
Table 2.3.1 Reference Documents
2.4 INCC Command Center
For information on the installation of the E3 Series® cabinets and sub-assemblies, refer to the documents in Table 2.3.1.
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INCC-E Backbox (Single Backbox Application)
Installation
2.5 INCC-E Backbox (Single Backbox Application)
1.
Prepare the mounting site by pre-drilling for fasteners as needed using the dimensions shown
in Figure 2.5.1. Mounting hardware should be #10 to ¼" in diameter. Fasteners must be
anchored into solid materials unless backed by studs or equivalent support.
Mountings to concrete walls should be backed by plywood to insulate the equipment from the
possible condensation.
2.
Position the enclosure so that the keyhole-shaped mounting holes that are located at the top of
the enclosure can pass through the fastener heads.
3.
Insert the top fasteners halfway and hang the backbox on the fasteners.
4.
Insert the two bottom fasteners and tighten all four fasteners to complete the installation.
For additional information on the INCC-E3, refer to the INCC-E Installation Instructions
P/N: 9000-0547.
Figure 2.5.1 illustrates the INCC-E backbox dimensions.
1 3/8"
3.5 cm
1 11/16"
2.9 cm
19 3/8"
49 cm
16"
41 cm
16 11/16"
41 cm
19 3/8"
49 cm
Figure 2.5.1 INCC-E Backbox Dimensions
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INCC-E Backbox (Multiple Backbox Application)
2.6 INCC-E Backbox (Multiple Backbox Application)
1.
When two or more INCC-E enclosures are required, the first backbox is installed per the
instructions described in Section 2.3. Additional backboxes require a separation of ¾" between
adjacent enclosures to ensure clearance for the doors.
2.
Remove the 1” L diameter knockouts from the adjacent boxes prior to mounting to permit
wiring from box to box and to peripheral devices in the field. Refer to Figure 2.6.1 and
Figure 2.6.2.
HORIZONTAL MOUNTING
LEAVE ¾” SPACE BETW EEN CABINETS
Use close-nipple or conduit for the interconnection
of cabinet wiring.
VERTICAL MOUNTING
Figure 2.6.1 INCC-E Backbox Installation
4 1/8" MIN.
16 11/16"
16"
HORIZONTAL MOUNTING
3 7/16"
VERTICAL MOUNTING
Figure 2.6.2 INCC-E Backbox Installation
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E3 Series Classic Intelligent Network Command Center Assembly
Installation
2.7 E3 Series Classic Intelligent Network Command Center
Assembly
(INCC) General
The INCC-C Intelligent Network Command Center uses a modular approach. Consequently, the
contents of an INCC-C assembly will vary depending on the project's specific requirements. It
occupies one node on the E3 Series Classic network without an NGA installed, and occupies two
nodes with an NGA installed. The following list the INCC-C assembly options:
•
At a minimum, an INCC-C assembly must include one INI-VGE sub-assembly, one ASM-16
switch sub-assembly, one E3 Series Classic backbox, one INCC inner door, and oneINCC
outer full plexiglass door.
•
The standard INCC inner door provides six bays to accommodate up to six ASM-16 or ANU48 sub-assemblies or one NGA.
•
Each INI-VGE can support up to six ASM-16 or ANU-48 sub-assemblies. The additional subassemblies can be mounted in extra E3 Series Classic backboxes. Unused bays can be covered
with blank faceplates.
•
An optional voice-paging microphone assembly occupies one standard bay in place of an
ASM-16.
•
An optional fire fighter's telephone handset assembly occupies two standard bays and requires
the use of the INCC-T inner door which combines two bays to accommodate the telephone
assembly. See Figure 2.7.1.
.
Figure 2.7.1 Typical INCC Command Center
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2.7.1 Intelligent Network Interface (INI-VGE)
!
CAUTION: STATIC SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT
THIS SUB-ASSEMBLY IS A STATIC SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC DEVICE. TO MINIMIZE THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, ALWAYS USE A GROUNDED WRIST STRAP OR MAINTAIN
CONTACT WITH GROUND WHILE HANDLING THIS EQUIPMENT.
1.
Unpack the INI-VGE sub-assembly from its shipping carton and remove it from its anti-static
bag. Locate the six mounting standoffs at the top center of the INCCE backbox. Use the six
screws provided to secure the sub-assembly to the backbox at each corner, top center, and
bottom center.
2.
Position the sub-assembly so that the component side is facing up. The four ST fiber-optic
cables are positioned to the lower left, and the four 4-pin terminal blocks run down the right
side of the board.
For additional information on the INI-VGE, refer to the INI-VG Series Installation Instructions
P/N 9000-0549.
NOTE: The term, INI-VG Series, refers to the models: INI-VGC, INI-VGE and INI-VGX.
2.7.2 Inner Door (INCC)
For information on the installation of the INCC inner door, refer to the following documents:
•
E3 Series Cabinets B, C, D, Retrofit, DR-C4/DR-D4 & EQ Cabinets Installation Instructions,
P/N:LS10082-000GF-E
•
E3 Series, Remote Annunciator Display and Retrofit Cabinets Installation Instructions,
P/N: LS10083-000GF-E
•
INCC Installation Instructions, P/N 9000-0546.
2.7.3 Addressable Switch Sub-assembly (ASM-16)
!
CAUTION: STATIC SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT
THIS SUB-ASSEMBLY IS A STATIC SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC DEVICE. TO MINIMIZE THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, ALWAYS USE A GROUNDED WRIST STRAP OR MAINTAIN
CONTACT WITH GROUND WHILE HANDLING THIS EQUIPMENT.
1.
Unpack the ASM-16 sub-assembly from its shipping carton.
NOTE: For new installations, temporarily remove the INCC inner door from the INCC-E backbox
and place the sub-assembly face down on a flat surface.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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It is recommended that the switch label be prepared and inserted between the ASM-16
faceplate overlay and the backplate at this time. Any subsequent alterations to the switch labels
will require the ASM-16 to be removed from the inner door assembly to gain access to the
label.
Place the ASM-16 sub-assembly in position in the desired location in the inner door.
Fasten the sub-assembly in place by installing a Kep nut over the mounting studs located at
each corner. Do not tighten the nuts until all adjacent assemblies have been set in place.
For additional information on the ASM-16, refer to the ASM-16 Installation Instructions
P/N 9000-0550.
Plug the RS-485 interconnect ribbon cable into the INI-VGE sub-assembly Connector J3. Plug
the other end of the ribbon cable into J2 of the first ASM-16.
Continue connecting the RS-485 bus between each additional ASM-16 as needed.
Extend the connection of the RS-485 bus as needed to sub-assemblies in adjoining expansion
cabinets.
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NOTE: For wiring details, see the ASM-16/ ANU-48 Wiring Connections (Table 2.7.4.1 and
Figure 2.7.4.1).
2.7.4 ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring Connections
For the ASM-16, ANU-48, INI-VG Series, ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3, LCD-E3, LCD-SLP or
remote enclosure installations, use the wiring connections in Table 2.7.4.1, and refer to Notes A-F
in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the ribbon cable and hardwire locations.
ASM-16 or ANU-48 to ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring
Designation
From ASM-16 or ANU-48
J1
Description
Ribbon Cable
Ribbon Cable
J2
Ribbon Cable
J3
Ribbon Cable
J4
J5
JMP1
Emulator
NOTE:
Termination
Designation
To ASM-16 or ANU-48
Connect To:
J1
LCD-E3
J1,J2 ANU-48
J3
INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
J1,J2, ASM-16
J3
Connect To:
J1
LCD-E3
J1,J2 ANU-48
J3
INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
J1,J2, ASM-16
J3
Connect To:
J1
LCD-E3
J1,J2 ANU-48
J3
INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
J1,J2, ASM-16
J3
Factory Use Only
Factory Use Only
Install Jumper only if the last device is on
RS-485 bus.
See Note A in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the ribbon cable connection.
ASM-16 or ANU-48 to ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring
From ASM-16 or ANU-48
TB1-1 COMM A
Single Discrete Wire
RS-485 COM A from previous device/to
next device. Connect To:
TB3-1 ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3
TB6-3 INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
TB1-3 DACT-E3
TB1-1 ASM-16, ANU-48
TB1-5 LCD-E3
TB1-1 LCD-SLP
TB1-1 LCD-7100/RAN-7100
TB1-2 COMM B
Single Discrete Wire
RS-485 COM B from previous device/to
next device. Connect To:
TB3-2 ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3
TB6-2 INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
TB1-4 DACT-E3
TB1-2 ASM-16, ANU-48
TB1-6 LCD-E3
TB1-2 LCD-SLP
TB1-2 LCD-7100/RAN-7100
TB1-3 +24V
Single Discrete Wire
Connect To:
TB1-3 +24V
TB3-6 ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3
TB6-1 INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
Table 2.7.4.1 ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring Connections
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ASM-16 or ANU-48 to ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring
Designation
Description
TB1-4 GND
Single Discrete Wire
Common
Designation
Connect To:
TB1-4 GND
TB3-5, ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3
TB3-7
TB6-4 INI-VGC, INI-VGX, INI-VGE
NOTE: See Note B in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the hardwire connection.
INI-VGC, INI-VGX or INI-VGE Wiring
From INI-VGC, INI-VGX or INI-VGE
To ASM-16 or ANU-48
J3 RS-485 Local
J1, J2 or J3
Ribbon Cable
NOTE: See Note C in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the ribbon cable connection.
From INI-VGC, INI-VGX or INI-VGE
To ASM-16 or ANU-48
TB6 RS-485 Remote
ASM-16 or ANU-48 TB-1
TB6-1 +24V
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-3 +24V
TB6-2 COMM B
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-2 COMM B
TB6-3 COMM A
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-1 COMM A
TB6-4 GND
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-4 GND
NOTE: See Note D in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the hardwire connection.
ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3 Wiring
From ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3
To ASM-16 or ANU-48
TB3-1 COMM A
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-1 COMM A
TB3-2 COMM B
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-2 COMM B
TB1-3 +24V
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-3 +24V
TB1-4 GND
Single Discrete Wire
TB1-4 GND
NOTE: See Note E in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the hardwire connection.
LCD-E3 Wiring
From LCD-E3
J1
To ASM-16 or ANU-48
Ribbon Cable
J1, J2, or J3
NOTE: See Note F in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the ribbon cable connection.
LCD-SLP Wiring
From LCD-SLP
TB1-3 COMM A
TB1-4 COMM B
To ASM-16 or ANU-48
TB1-1 COMM A
TB1-2 COMM B
NOTE: See Note B in Figure 2.7.4.1 for the ribbon cable connection.
NOTE: JMP1 - Termination leave out.
JMP2 - Factory programming leave in.
JMP3 - Factory programming leave in.
JMP4 - External Buzzer Connector.
Table 2.7.4.1 ASM-16 or ANU-48 Wiring Connections (Continued)
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Figure 2.7.4.1 illustrates the ASM-16 and ANU-48 wiring connections.
NOTE A:
ASM-16 or ANU-48 to ASM-16 or ANU-48 wiring
ASM-16/ANU-48 to ASM-16/ANU-48
RS-485 connection
J3
J3
A
J1
A
NOTE A:
ASM-16 or ANU-48
to ASM-16
or ANU-48 wiring
ASM-16/ANU-48 to
ASM-16/ANU-48
RS-485 connection
J3
J1
J2
J2
A
J1
A
SW17
JMP1
J1
J2
SW17
B
D
E
J3
A
TB1
REMOTE
J3
J1
J2
A
SW17
JMP1
NOTE C and F:
From local INI-VG or LCD-E3 J1
(RS-485 Local)
JMP1
TB1
REMOTE
A
J2
SW17
JMP1
TB1
REMOTE
J3
C
F
A
A
J1
J2
A
SW17
JMP1
RS-485 RIBBON CABLE
Connector (to/from module
in same INCC cabinet)
JMP1
B
TB1
REMOTE
TB1
REMOTE
NOTE B, D and E:
HARDWARE RS-485 Port
(to/from module in different
INCC cabinet)
From ILI-MB-E3/ILI95-MB-E3
TB3-1, TB3-2, TB1-3, and TB1-4
From SLP-E3 TB2-3, TB2-4,
TB3-1, TB3-2
TB1
REMOTE
NOTE B:
To next ASM-16 or ANU-48
TB1 remote in next INCC
cabinet or to LCD-SLP
NOTE A:
ASM-16 or ANU-48 to
ASM-16 or ANU-48 wiring
ASM-16/ANU-48 to ASM-16/
ANU-48 RS-485 connection
Figure 2.7.4.1 ASM-16 and ANU-48 Wiring Connections
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2.7.5 Remote LED Driver Sub-Assembly (ANU-48)
!
CAUTION: STATIC SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT
THIS SUB-ASSEMBLY IS A STATIC SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC DEVICE. TO MINIMIZE THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, ALWAYS USE A GROUNDED WRIST STRAP OR MAINTAIN
CONTACT WITH GROUND WHILE HANDLING THIS EQUIPMENT.
1.
Unpack the ANU-48 sub-assembly from its shipping carton. Remove the unit from its staticshielded bag, observing proper static protection measures.
NOTE: For new installations, temporarily remove the INCC Inner Door from the INCC-E backbox
and place it face down on a flat surface.
2.
Place the ANU-48 sub-assembly in position in the desired location in the inner door.
3.
To fasten the assembly in place, install the nuts (provided with the Hardware Kit) over the
mounting studs located at each corner. Do not tighten the nuts until all adjacent assemblies
have been set in place.
For additional information on the ANU-48, refer to the ANU-48 Installation Instructions P/N
9000-0564.
4.
Plug the RS-485 interconnect ribbon cable into the INI-VG Series sub-assembly connector J3.
Plug the other end of the ribbon cable into J1 of the first ANU-48.
Install the ribbon cables from J2 of the first ANU-48 board to J1 of the next, and continue.
5.
Extend the RS-485 bus as needed to sub-assemblies in adjoining expansion cabinets.
NOTE 1: For wiring details, see the ASM-16 and ANU-48 Wiring Connections (Table 2.7.4.1 and
Figure 2.7.4.1).
NOTE 2: The annunciator may be located up to 3,000 feet from the panel and up to three
additional annunciators can be connected, configured identically with the first. See Table 2.7.5.1
for resistance limitations for the connecting circuit.
NOTE 3: If more than four ANU-48 modules are installed, an external regulated and Class 2
power-limited, power supply Listed for use with fire protective signaling units is required.
Quantity of ANU-48 Modules
1
Maximum resistance of 24 VDC power circuit (ohms) to most distant 40
ANU-48
2
3
4
20
14
10
Table 2.7.5.1 ANU-48 Resistance Limitations
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2.7.6 Amplifiers (AA-100, AA-120)
The AA-100 and AA-120 amplifiers mount in the cabinets DR-C4B and DR-D4B. Unpack the AA
Amplifier from its shipping carton and remove it from its anti-static bag. It mounts directly in the
DR cabinet.
2.7.7 Cabinet (s) DR-C4B, DR-D4B
The amplifier cabinets can house three or four AA-100 or AA-120 amplifiers. These
amplifiers can be configured as one, two, or three main amplifiers with or without a common
shared redundant standby amplifier. They can also be configured as two primary amplifiers, where
each primary amplifier has its own standby amplifier.
Figure 2.7.7.1 Cabinet DR-C4B
dia.
dia.
Figure 2.7.7.2 Cabinet DR-D4B
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2.7.8 Voice Paging Microphone Assembly (Optional)
1.
Unpack the pre-assembled Voice Paging Microphone assembly from its shipping carton.
NOTE: For new installations, temporarily remove the INCC inner door from the INCC-E backbox
and place it face down on a flat surface.
2.
The Microphone assembly occupies one bay of the inner door. Place the Microphone assembly
in position in the desired location in the inner door.
3.
To fasten the assembly in place, install a Kep nut (provided in the Hardware Kit) over the
mounting studs located at each corner.
NOTE: Do not tighten the nuts until all adjacent assemblies have been set in place.
4.
Remove the jumpers that are installed on the INI-VGE J15 header.
5.
Connect the six-pin connector of the coiled cord to J15 on the INI-VGE, labeled
"Microphone".
NOTE: Be sure to position the connector so that the gray jumper spans the top two pins on the
INI-VGE J15 (Pins 6 and 5 counting from the top down). See Figure 2.7.8.1 for details.
LOOP
W5
Microphone Cable
J4
NOTE:
IF NO MICROPHONE IS INSTALLED,
INSTALL JUMPERS BETWEEN
PINS 3 AND 4, AND 5 AND 6.
Gray Jumper
SDA/SCL
Remove Jumpers from INI-VGE
Connector J15
TB4
J15 MICROPHONE
J15 MICROPHONE
TB2
INI-VGE
Figure 2.7.8.1 Voice Paging Microphone Assembly
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2.7.9 Fire Fighter's Intercom Handset Assembly (Optional)
1.
Unpack the handset assembly from its shipping carton.
NOTE: Be sure to use the INCC-T inner door to accommodate the assembly. For new
installations, temporarily remove the inner door from the INCC-E backbox and place it face down
on a flat surface.
2.
The handset assembly occupies two bays of the inner door. Place the handset assembly in
position on the inner door.
3.
To fasten the assembly in place, install a Kep nut over the mounting studs located at each
corner. Do not tighten the nuts until all adjacent assemblies have been set in place.
4.
Plug the pre-assembled four-pin terminal block that terminates the phone cable into the INIVGE TB5.
5.
Remove INI-VGE jumper W5 to enable local handset connection. See Figure 2.7.9.1.
TB2
LOOP
Remove Jumper W5 to
enable local handset
connection
TB4
W5
Supervisory
Jumper
Telephone
Cable
W5
TB5
NOTE 1:
When the INI-VGE terminal
block TB5 is connected to a
local handset, it cannot be used
as a phone riser, connected to
remote AOM-TELFs.
J4
INI-VGE
NOTE 2:
Install the jumper between TB5-3
and TB5-4, if the INI-VGE
Firmware is V2.0-006 or later.
Figure 2.7.9.1 Fire Fighter’s Intercom Handset Assembly
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2.7.10 NGA LCD Annunciator Sub Assembly
!
CAUTION: STATIC SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT
THIS SUB-ASSEMBLY IS A STATIC SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC DEVICE. TO MINIMIZE THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, ALWAYS USE A GROUNDED WRIST STRAP OR MAINTAIN
CONTACT WITH GROUND WHILE HANDLING THIS EQUIPMENT.
1.
Unpack the NGA sub-assembly from its shipping carton. Remove the unit from its staticshielded bag, observing proper static protection measures. For new installations, temporarily
remove the INCC inner door from the INCC-E backbox and place it face down on a flat
surface.
2.
Place the NGA sub-assembly in position in the upper left opening in the inner door.
3.
To fasten the assembly in place, install the nuts (provided with the Hardware Kit) over the
mounting studs located at each corner.
NOTE: Do not tighten the nuts until all adjacent assemblies have been set in place.
4.
Plug the ARCNET interconnect ribbon cable into the INI-VG Series sub-assembly connector
J7.
Alternatively, the NGA may be connected to the network via the RPT-E3-UTP.
For additional information, refer to the following documents:
– E3 Series Broadband Installation/Operation Manual, P/N 9000-0575
– NGA Installation Instructions, P/N 9000-0568
!
CAUTION: WIRING RESTRICTION
DO NOT CONNECT TO J3!
5.
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Plug the other end of the ribbon cable into J4 of the NGA.
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Section 3: Wiring
3.1 Power Connections
Connection of the power supply to the 120 @ 60 Hz or 240 VAC @ 50/60 Hz power source must be
made in compliance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, Article 760, the applicable NFPA
Standards, and according to the requirements of the Authority Having Jurisdiction. Such
requirements include:
•
Connections must be made to a dedicated branch circuit.
•
Connections must be mechanically protected.
•
All means of disconnecting the circuit must be clearly marked:
"FIRE ALARM CIRCUIT CONTROL".
•
!
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Connections must be accessible only to authorized personnel.
WARNING: EARTH GROUND REQUIREMENT
USE A COLD WATER PIPE OR A GROUND-DRIVEN ROD TO ENSURE PROPER BONDING.
PANEL NEUTRAL OR CONDUIT GROUND ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. USE 14 AWG MIN. WIRE.
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3.2 Intelligent Network Interface, Voice Gateway (INI-VGE)
The INI-VGE is the network interface sub-assembly for the INCC-C, E3 Series® Classic Voice
Command Center.
In the INCC enclosure, the INI-VGE sub-assembly connects to the E3 Series Classic System
microphone and fire fighter telephone handset, and supervises and controls up to six ANU-48 or
ASM-16 sub-assemblies. Figure 3.2.1 shows all the available connections on the INI-VGE and
their functions.
The INI-VGE Series also has one Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) wired Style 4 (Class "B") only. This
SLC supports up to sixteen AOM-TELF fire fighter intercom circuits and up to thirty-two AOM2SF (single-channel, speaker circuits). The MMO-6SF six-circuit single-channel, speaker circuits
modules are also supported, but each MMO-6SF takes up six addresses on the SLC. Optionally, one
NGA, up to six ASM-16/ANU-48 modules may be used with the INI-VGX.
TO ASM-16 TB1-3 OR ANU-48 TB1-3 (+)
TO ASM-16 TB1-2 OR ANU-48 TB1-2 (RS485 COM B)
TO ASM-16 TB1-1 OR ANU-48 TB1-1 (RS485 COM A)
TO ASM-16 TB1-4 OR ANU-48 TB1-4 (-)
TO NGA J4
OR ILI-E3 J4
EGND
1
EGND
J7 W2
9
10
TERM
RS485 LOCAL
9
4
10
1
2
J3
COM 1A
COM 1B
TB1 COM 2A
COM 2B
NODE COM 2A
NODE COM 2B
NODE COM 1A
NODE COM 1B
REPEATER
2
®
NetSOLO CONNECTIONS
USING WIRE UNSHIELDED,
TWISTED-PAIR
1
4
RS485 REMOTE
SEE NOTE 4:
TB6
TB2
GFI
W4
TB4
4
W1
LOOP
FROM
PREVIOUS
TO
NEXT
W3 1
TB3
LED3
MRC
LED5
TX
SEE NOTE 1:
LED7
RX2
LED9
DG
J2 TX1
J5 RX1
J1
13
1
14
2
“E” FNCTNS\RESET
TB5
TO AOM-TELF(S) TERM 4
TO AOM-TELF(S) TERM 3
1
10
9
1 J16
2 SIGNALS IN/OUT 1
2
(CLEAR)
J4
19
20
(BLACK)
SW1
JUMPER SEE NOTE 3:
16 AWG (FIREFIGHTER
PHONE SUPERVISORY)
4
CHANNEL 2
J8 RX2
NetSOLO® CONNECTIONS
USING FIBER-OPTIC CABLE
(STANDARD ST CONNECTORS)
W5
SDA/SCL
J6 TX2
CHANNEL 1
J15
DISTANCE BETWEEN
INI-VGE AND ACT-1
NOT TO EXCEED
20 FEET MAX.
SEE NOTE 2:
OFF
- + GND HK
FROM
PREVIOUS
1 PHONE
MICROPHONE
6
LED1
REC
LED4
DUP
LED6
RX1
LED8
RST
NODE RX2
CONNECTOR
NODE TX2
CONNECTOR
NODE RX1
CONNECTOR
NODE TX1
CONNECTOR
TO SIGNALING LINE CIRCUIT (-)
TO SIGNALING LINE CIRCUIT (+)
TO ACT-2 ( + ) TERMINAL
TO ACT-1 ( - ) TERMINAL
1
CONFIG
TO
NEXT
1
4
GND ( - )
24 VDC + OUT
GND ( - )
24 VDC + IN
NOTE 1:
LED1 = REC (NETWORK CONFIGURATION)
LED3 = MRC NETWORK RECONFIGURATION ORIGINATING FROM THIS NODE
LED4 = DUP (NODE’S NETWORK ADDRESS IS DUPLICATED AT ANOTHER NODE)
LED5 = TX (NODE IS TRANSMITTING DATA TO THE NETWORK)
LED6 = RX1 (NODE IS RECEIVING DATA FROM THE NETWORK)
LED7 = RX2 (NODE IS RECEIVING DATA FROM THE NETWORK)
LED8 = RST (FIRMWARE FAULT)
LED9 = DG (GENERAL NETWORK FAULT)
TELEPHONE BOX OR
TERMINAL BLOCK
NOTE 2:
IF NO MICROPHONE IS INSTALLED,
INSTALL
JUMPERS BETWEEN PINS
BLACK
3 & 4 AND 5 & 6.
WHITE
RED
WHITE
NOTE 3:
INSTALL THE JUMPER BETWEEN
CONNECTIONS
TB5-3 AND TB5-4 ON THE INI-VG
FROM TELEPHONE
SERIES WHEN THE FIRMWARE IS
V2.0-006 OR LATER.
NOTE 4:
EITHER THE RS-485
LOCAL OR RS-485 REMOTE
CONNECTION MAY BE
USED. DO NOT USE BOTH.
Figure 3.2.1 Typical Connections to the INI-VGE
Connect a ground wire from the INI-VGE TB3 Terminal 1.
The INI-VGE has only one signaling line circuit (SLC) wired Style 4 (Class "B"). This SLC
supports up to sixteen AOM-TELF Fire Fighter intercom circuits and up to thirty-two AOM-2SF
single-channel speaker circuits.
** Connection must be in the same room, close-nippled or in a rigid conduit not over 20 feet long.
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3.2 Intelligent Network Interface, Voice Gateway (INI-VGE)
(Continued)
Table 3.2.1 lists the E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Power Consumption Calculation Chart.
Qty
Sub-Assembly
Description
Supv.
Current
Alarm
Current
INI-VGE
Intelligent Network Voice
0.150 A
Gateway-Command Center
0.150 A
ASM-16
Addressable Switch
Sub-assembly
0.011 A
0.011 A
(See Note 2)
(See Note 2)
Remote LED Driver
0.011 A
0.011 A
ANU-48
(See Note 1)
Total
Alarm
Current
(See Note 1)
Network Graphic
Annunciator
0.200 A
0.200 A
(See Note 3)
(See Note 3)
Microphone
Paging Microphone
0.001 A
0.001 A
Telephone
Fire Fighter's Telephone
Handset
0.020 A
0.020 A
AOM-TELF
Addressable Output
Module-Telephone
0.0024 A
0.0075 A
AOM-2SF
Addressable Output Module 0.000375 A 0.0065 A
Velociti
MMO-6SF
Addressable Output Module 0.00225 A
NGA
Total
Supv. Current
0.035 A
Total:
NOTES:
The total supervisory and alarm currents determined in the above columns must be added to the standby battery
calculations for the power supply providing the operating voltage to the INCC-C. Typically, this is a PM-9/PM-9G or UL
Listed fire power supply.
NOTE 1: Add 0.003 A for each LED that is programmed to be lit for trouble or supervisory off-normal conditions.
NOTE 2: Add 0.003 A for each LED that is programmed to be lit for alarm conditions.
NOTE 3: Normal operating current. During a power failure, the current drops to 0.045 amp since backlight is
extinguished.
Table 3.2.1 E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Power Consumption Calculation Chart
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3.2 Intelligent Network Interface, Voice Gateway (INI-VGE)
(Continued)
Table 3.2.2 lists the E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Series field wiring connections.
Terminal Block 1- E3 Series Classic Network connection- using unshielded,
twisted-pair
TB1-1
COM 1A connection
TB1-2
COM 1B connection
TB1-3
COM 2A connection
TB1-4
COM 2B connection
Terminal Block 2- External Power Connection (INI-VGE)
TB2-1
24 VDC ( + ) power input from external power supply or PM-9/PM-9G TB4-5
TB2-2
GND ( - ) power input from external power supply or PM-9/PM-9G TB4-2
TB2-3
24 VDC ( + ) Power Out terminal-wiring terminal only, not a source of power
TB2-4
GND Power Out terminal-wiring terminal only, not a source of power
TB3-1
Earth Ground
Terminal Block 4- Power Amplifier and Signaling Line Circuit Connections (See
Notes 1, 2 and 3)
TB4-1
Local Speaker (INCC, INX or INX CAB-B only) or Connect to ACT-1 (-) Terminal
(INI-VGE only)
TB4-2
Local Speaker (INCC, INX or INX CAB-B only) or Connect to ACT-2 (+) Terminal
(INI-VGE Only)
TB4-3
Signaling Line Circuit ( + ), Style 4, Class "B"
TB4-4
Signaling Line Circuit ( - ), Style 4, Class "B"
Terminal Block 5- Fire Fighter Handset or Fire Fighter Phone riser connection
(INI-VGE)
TB5-1
Fire Fighter Phone ( - ):
Plugs into local Fire Fighter Handset- INI-VGC
Phone riser field wire connection to AOM-TELF Term 3 - INI-VGX and INI-VGE
TB5-2
Fire Fighter Phone ( + ):
Plugs into local Fire Fighter Handset- INI-VGC
Phone riser field wire connection to AOM-TELF Term 4 - INI-VGX and INI-VGE
TB5-3
Telephone Plug Supervisory Loop (Connects to TB5-4).
Connect only if INI-VGE Firmware is V2.0-006 or later.
TB5-4
Telephone Plug Supervisory Loop (Connects to TB5-3).
Connect only if INI-VGE Firmware is V2.0-006 or later.
Terminal Block 6- RS485 Remote Communication Connection to ASM-16 or ANU-48
in Separate Cabinet
TB6-1
+ 24 VDC Supply - connects to remote ASM-16 or ANU-48 TB1-3
TB6-2
RS-485 COM B - connects to remote ASM-16 or ANU-48 TB1-2
TB6-3
RS-485 COM A - connects to remote ASM-16 or ANU-48 TB1-1
TB6-4
System Common ( - ) connects to remote ASM-16 or ANU-48 TB1-4
NOTE 1: INI-VGC Signaling Line Circuit supports AOM-TEL and AOM-TELF Telephone
Modules.
NOTE 2: INI-VGX Signaling Line Circuit supports AOM-TEL and AOM-TELF Telephone Modules
and AOM-2S, AOM-2SF, MMO-6S, MMO-6SF Speaker Circuit Control Modules.
NOTE 3: INI-VGE Signaling Line Circuit supports AOM-TEL, AOM-2SF, and MMO-6SF Control
Modules.
Table 3.2.2 E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Field Wiring Connections
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3.2 Intelligent Network Interface, Voice Gateway (INI-VGE)
(Continued)
Table 3.2.3 lists the E3 Series Classic INI-VGE jumpers and cable connections. Table 3.2.4 lists the
E3 Series Classic INI-VGE indicating and diagnostic LEDs.
Designation
Description
Comments
J1
"E" FNCTNS/RESET
Factory use
J2
Fiber-Optic ST Channel 1 TX1
Connects to next node RX2 ST connector
J3
RS-485 Local
Connects to 1st Local ASM-16/ANU-48
Connector J2
J4
SDA/SCL
Connects to PM-9/PM-9G Connector J1-INX or
INX CAB-B
J5
Fiber-Optic ST Channel 1 RX1
Connects to next node TX2 ST connector
J6
Fiber-Optic ST Channel 2 TX2
Connects form previous node RX1 connector
J7
Repeater
Network Backplane.
Connect to J4 on NGA sub-assembly (optional)
or J4 on ILI-E3 Series or ANX (optional).
For optimum network communication, run this
cable underneath PM-9/PM-9G.
J8
Fiber-Optic ST Channel 2 RX2
Connects from previous node TX1 connector
J15
Microphone
Connectors to microphone cable
If no microphone is installed, jumpers must be
installed between pins 3 and 4, and 5 and 6.
J16
Signals In/Out
Connects to the 1st AM-50 Series amplifier
connector J1 INX or INX CAB-B only
(See Note 1)
W1
GFI Switch
IN for ground fault indication
Install the jumper to supervise for ground faults
on the network wiring between this INI-VGE and
any other nodes that are directly connected to
this INI-VGE.
W2
Termination Switch
Install the jumper to supervise for ground faults
on the network wiring between this INI-VGE and
any other nodes that are directly connected to
this INI-VGE.
W3
EGND Switch
IN to enable earth ground reference circuit
Jumper should only be installed if the INI-VG is
powered by a power supply that does NOT
supervise for ground faults.
W4
Config Switch
Factory Use. Do not install.
W5
Handset Enable Switch
OUT to enable Local Fire Fighter Handset
connection
IN to enable Phone Riser connection to
AOM-TELFs
NOTE: Connections must be in the same room, close-nippled or in rigid conduit, not to exceed
20 feet.
Table 3.2.3 E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Jumpers & Cable Connections
NOTE 1: The term, AM-50 Series refers to the models: AM-50-25 and AM-50-70 amplifiers.
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Designation
Wiring
Description
Comments
LED 1-
REC
A network reconfiguration is in progress.
LED 3-
MRC
This node is attempting to perform a network reconfiguration.
LED 4-
DUP
Duplicate or invalid network address.
LED 5-
TX
The sub-assembly is transmitting network data.
LED 6-
RX1
This sub-assembly is receiving network data on Channel 1.
LED 7-
RX2
The sub-assembly is receiving network data on Channel 2.
LED 8-
RST
Firmware fault.
LED 9-
DG
GENERAL NETWORK FAULT
Table 3.2.4 E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Indicating and Diagnostic LEDs
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3.2.1 INI-VGE Power Connections
The INI-VGE-FO or INI-VGE-UTP serving as the network interface and control unit of an
INCC-C Command Center connects to its operating power via Terminal Block TB2. Figure 3.2.1.1
illustrates the INI-VGE power connections.
TO ASM-16 TB1-3 OR ANU-48 TB1-3 (+)
TO ASM-16 TB1-2 OR ANU-48 TB1-2 (RS485 COM B)
TO ASM-16 TB1-1 OR ANU-48 TB1-1 (RS485 COM A)
TO ASM-16 TB1-4 OR ANU-48 TB1-4 (-)
TO NGA J4
OR ILI-E3 J4
EGND
1
J3
COM 1A
COM 1B
TB1 COM 2A
COM 2B
2A
2B
1A
1B
®
NetSOLO CONNECTIONS
USING WIRE UNSHIELDED,
TWISTED-PAIR
1
4
RS485 REMOTE
SEE NOTE 4:
TB6
TB2
GFI
W4
TB4
4
W1
LOOP
NODE COM
NODE COM
NODE COM
NODE COM
EGND
FROM
PREVIOUS
TO
NEXT
W3
TB3
TO 1ST LOCAL ASM-16
OR ANU-48
J2 CONNECTOR
(IN SAME CABINET)
RS485 LOCAL
REPEATER J7
W2
9
9
1
1
4
TERM
2
10
10
2
1
4
TO SIGNALING LINE CIRCUIT (-)
TO SIGNALING LINE CIRCUIT (+)
TO ACT-2 ( + ) TERMINAL
TO ACT-1 ( - ) TERMINAL
1
CONFIG
W5
J1
CHANNEL 1 13
1
14
2
“E” FNCTNS\RESET
TB5
9
J4
19
20
1 J16
2 SIGNALS IN/OUT
2
(BLACK)
SW1
TO AOM-TELF(S) TERM 4
TO AOM-TELF(S) TERM 3
1
10
(CLEAR)
CHANNEL 2
J8 RX2
SDA/SCL 1
J6 TX2
JUMPER SEE NOTE 3:
16 AWG (FIREFIGHTER
PHONE SUPERVISORY)
4
J2 TX1
J5 RX1
1
DISTANCE BETWEEN
INI-VGE AND ACT-1
NOT TO EXCEED
20 FEET MAX.
SEE NOTE 2:
OFF
- + GND HK
FROM
PREVIOUS
NODE RX2
CONNECTOR
NODE TX2
CONNECTOR
NODE RX1
CONNECTOR
NODE TX1
CONNECTOR
J15
6
PHONE
TO
NEXT
LED3
MRC
LED5
TX
SEE NOTE 1:
LED7
RX2
LED9
DG
MICROPHONE
LED1
REC
LED4
DUP
LED6
RX1
LED8
RST
GND ( - ) OUT
24 VDC + OUT
GND ( - ) IN
24 VDC + IN
TO PM-9/PM-9G
NetSOLO® CONNECTIONS
NOTE 1:
J1 CONNECTOR
LED1 = REC (NETWORK CONFIGURATION)
USING FIBER-OPTIC CABLE
LED3 = MRC NETWORK RECONFIGURATION ORIGINATING FROM THIS NODE
(STANDARD ST CONNECTORS)
AT ANOTHER NODE)
LED4 = DUP (NODE’S NETWORK ADDRESS IS DUPLICATED
LED5 = TX (NODE IS TRANSMITTING DATA TO THE NETWORK)
LED6 = RX1 (NODE IS RECEIVING DATA FROM THE NETWORK)
LED7 = RX2 (NODE IS RECEIVING DATA FROM THE NETWORK)
LED8 = RST (FIRMWARE FAULT)
LED9 = DG (GENERAL NETWORK FAULT)
TELEPHONE BOX OR
TERMINAL BLOCK
NOTE 2:
IF NO MICROPHONE IS INSTALLED,
INSTALL JUMPERS BETWEEN PINS
BLACK
3 & 4 AND 5 & 6.
WHITE
RED
WHITE
NOTE 3:
INSTALL THE JUMPER BETWEEN
CONNECTIONS
TB5-3 AND TB5-4 ON THE INI-VG
FROM TELEPHONE
SERIES WHEN THE FIRMWARE IS
V2.0-006 OR LATER.
NOTE 4:
EITHER THE RS-485
LOCAL OR RS-485 REMOTE
CONNECTION MAY BE
USED. DO NOT USE BOTH.
Figure 3.2.1.1 INI-VGE Power Connection
Description
Comments
TB2-1
+24 VDC IN - from power supply
TB2-2
Common ( - ) IN - from power supply
TB2-3
+24 VDC OUT
TB2-4
Common ( - ) OUT
Table 3.2.1.1 INI-VGE Series Power Connections
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3.2.2 E3 Series Classic Network Connections
The INI-VGE can be connected to the E3 Series Classic using an unshielded, twisted-pair of wires,
fiber-optic cable, or a combination of the two. Figure 3.2.2.1 illustrates the INI-VGE connections.
NOTE: Connectors J2, J5, J6 and J8 are omitted on the INI-VGE-UTP.
RS485 REMOTE
J3RS485 LOCAL
CONNECTIONS using WIRE
(UNSHIELDED, TWISTED-PAIR)
LOOP
TB1
W1
GFI
W4
CONFIG
TB4
TX1
TO NEXT NODE TX2 CONNECTOR
J5
RX1
FROM PREVIOUS NODE RX1 CONNECTOR
J6
TX2
FROM PREVIOUS NODE TX1 CONNECTOR
J8
RX2
W5
CHANNEL1
J1
“E” FNCTNS\RESET
CHANNEL2
SW1
SDA/SCL
{
{
J2
J4
J16
PHONE
TO NEXT NODE RX2 CONNECTOR
CONNECTIONS using FIBER-OPTIC CABLE
(STANDARD ST CONNECTORS)
TB2
TB6
J15 MICROPHONE
2A TERMINAL)
2B TERMINAL)
1A TERMINAL)
)
1B TERMINAL)
J7 W2
SDA/SCL
EGND
COM 1A (FROM PREVIOUS NODE COM
COM 1B (FROM PREVIOUS NODE COM
COM 2A (TO NEXT NODE COM
COM 2B (TO NEXT NODE COM
REPEATER
W3
OFF
PHNE-PHNE+GND HOOK
EGND
TB3
SIGNALS IN/OUT
Figure 3.2.2.1 INI-VGE Connections
NOTE: Connectors J2, J5, J6 and J8 are omitted on the INI-VGE-UTP.
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3.2.2 E3 Series Classic Network Connections (Continued)
Designation
Description
Comments
TB1-1
COM 1A
To next node's TB1-3 (COM 2A)
TB1-2
COM 1B
To next node's TB1-4 (COM 2B)
TB1-3
COM 2A
From previous node's TB1-1 (COM 1A)
TB1-4
COM 2B
From previous node's TB1-2 (COM 1B)
Table 3.2.2.1 E3 Series Classic Network Wire Terminations
Description
Comments
ST Connector J2 Channel 1 TX1
To next node's ST Connector J8 (RX2)
ST Connector J5 Channel 1 RX1
To next node's ST Connector J6 (TX2)
ST Connector J6 Channel 2 TX2
From previous node's ST Connector J5 (RX1)
ST Connector J8 Channel 2 RX2
From previous node's ST Connector J2 (TX1)
Fiber-optic cable: up to 200 microns (optimized for 62.5/ 125 microns)
Up to 8 dB loss max. between nodes.
Table 3.2.2.2 E3 Series Classic Network Fiber-Optic Cable Connections
(INI-VGE Only)
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WARNING: FIBER OPTIC CABLE RESTRICTION
THE USE OF FIBER-OPTIC CABLE IS NOT PERMITTED IN NEW YORK CITY.
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3.2.2 E3 Series® Classic Network Connections (Continued)
Figure 3.2.2.2 illustrates multiple network connections.
REPEATER
W3
TB3
RS485 REMOTE
J7 W2
J3 RS485 LOCAL
TB6
TB2
LOOP
TB1
W1
GFI
W4
CONFIG
J15 MICROPHONE
TB4
RX1
TO NEXT NODE TX2 CONNECTOR
TX2
FROM PREVIOUS NODE RX1 CONNECTOR
RX2
FROM PREVIOUS NODE TX1 CONNECTOR
J5
J6
J8
Gamewell-FCI
INI-VG PCB
SW1
SDA/SCL
TO NEXT NODE RX2 CONNECTOR
OFF
PHNE-PHNE+GND HOOK
W5
TX1
J2
J4
J16
SIGNALS IN/OUT
CONNECTIONS using FIBER-OPTIC CABLE
(STANDARD ST CONNECTORS)
8 dB Loss max
J7
RS485 REMOTE
W2
J3 RS485 LOCAL
CONNECTIONS using WIRE
(UNSHIELDED, TWISTED-PAIR)
TB1
TB2
TB6
LOOP
REPEATER
W3
TB3
W1
GFI
W4
CONFIG
J15 MICROPHONE
SW1
“E’ FNCTNS\RESET
CHANNEL 2
Gamewell-FCI
INI-VG PCB
4
OFF
PHNE-PHNE+GND HOOK
J1
SDA/SCL
J8
W5
CHANNEL 1
SDA/SCL
TX2
RX2
J6
{
{
J5
PHONE
TX1
RX1
J2
TB4
J4
J16
SIGNALS IN/OUT
3,000 Feet .max.
REPEATER
W3
RS485 REMOTE
J7 W2
J3
TB3
COM 1A (FROM PREVIOUS NODE COM 2A TERMINAL)
COM 1B (FROM PREVIOUS NODE COM 2B TERMINAL)
COM 2A (TO NEXT NODE COM 1A TERMINAL)
COM 2B (TO NEXT NODE COM 1B TERMINAL)
RS485 LOCAL
TB6
TB2
LOOP
TB1
W1
GFI
W4
CONFIG
J15 MICROPHONE
TB4
SDA/SCL
“E’ FNCTNS\RESET
J6
J8
Gamewell-FCI
INI-VG PCB
SW1
J16
J4
SDA/SCL
J1
J5
OFF
PHNE-PHNE+GND HOOK
W5
J2
SIGNALS IN/OUT
Figure 3.2.2.2 Multiple Network Connections
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3.2.3 INI-VGE Signaling Line Circuit
This sub-assembly provides one Style 4 (Class B) Signaling Line Circuit (SLC). Up to sixteen
AOM-TELF Fire Fighter Intercom circuits and up to thirty-two AOM-2SF Single-Channel speaker
circuits can be connected to this SLC. MMO-6SF six-circuit single-channel, speaker circuits
modules are also supported, but each MMO-6SF takes up six addresses on the SLC.
NOTE:
THE INI-VG SERIES SLC SUPPORTS:
- 32 AOM-2SF (SINGLE-CHANNEL SPEAKER CIRCUITS).
- MMO-6SF SIX-CIRCUIT, SINGLE-CHANNEL, SPEAKER CIRCUIT MODULES
ARE ALSO SUPPORTED, BUT EACH MMO-6SF TAKES UP TO SIX
ADDRESSES ON THE SLC.
- 16 AOM-TELF MODULES (FIRE FIGHTER TELEPHONE CKTS) INX ONLY.
AOM-2SF
TB2
STYLE 4
(CLASS “B”)
ONLY
SLC ( - )
SLC ( + )
SPEAKER
}LOCAL
CIRCUIT 25 V,
}
TB4
OFF
PHNE-PHNE+GND HOOK
PHONE
W5
8 OHMS
J4
AOM-TELF
Figure 3.2.3.1 INI-VGE Signaling Line Circuit Connections
INI-VGE Signaling Line Circuit Specifications:
•
24 VDC nominal, Class 2 power-limited and supervised
•
40 ohms max. wire resistance
•
0.5 µF max. circuit capacitance
•
0.070 amp max. current
Use twisted unshielded wire, 18 AWG min.
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3.2.4 INI-VGE Fire Fighter Intercom Riser Connections
3.2.4.1 FPJ Fire Fighter Phone Jack Wiring
This sub-assembly provides a phone riser circuit on Terminal Block TB5, Terminals 3 and 4 that
connects to the AOM-TELF/AOM-2SF Fire Fighter Phone circuit Terminals 3 and 4. Up to sixteen
AOM-TELF/AOM-2SF can be connected to each INI-VGE phone riser.
The INI-VGE uses Terminal Block TB5 Terminals 1 and 2 to connect to the main Fire Fighter
Handset located in the INCC cabinet. Figure 3.2.4.1.1 illustrates the FPJ Series Fire Fighter’s
Phone Jack Wiring Connections.
NOTE:
T H E E O L R E S IS T O R S U P P L IE D
W IT H T H E F P J M U S T B E R E M O V E D .
A O M - T E L F M O D U L E S R E Q U IR E 3 .9 k E O L .
Figure 3.2.4.1.1 FPJ Series Fire Fighter’s Phone Jack Wiring Connections
Figure 3.2.4.2.2 illustrates the INI-VGE Intercom Riser Connections.
IMPORTANT:
Refer to Gamewell-FCI Publication 9000-0405, Figure 2-33, for wiring
details.
3.9kO
EOL
Phone Riser
FHS
Use the FPJ Plate.
Phone Riser
FHS
Use the FPJ Plate.
INI-VGX Signaling Line Circuit provides
one (1), Style 4 (SLC) that can support
up to 16 AOM-TELF modules. The first
one is used for supervision for the audio
riser.
INI-VGX Signal Line Circuit Specifications
24 VDC nominal, power-limited & supervised
40 ohms max wire resistance
0.5 µf max circuit capacitance
0.070 amp max. current
Use twisted unshielded wire, 18 AWG
Phone Riser
Riser
AOM-TEL
AOM-TEL
(SLC-)
Supervisory
AOM-TEL
AOM-TEL
3.9kO
EOL
TB-4
(SLC+)
TB-5
Supervises telephone line
To floor AOM-TELF. Also
creates a Class “A” phone
riser.
Figure 3.2.4.2.2 INI-VGE Intercom Riser Connections
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3.2.5 INI-VGE Connections to Remote ASM-16 Sub-Assemblies
An INI-VGE installed in an INCC-C Command Center assembly can support up to sixteen ASM16 programmable switch sub-assemblies. The INCC-C cabinet has space for up to six ASM-16 subassemblies (there are three spaces available, if a microphone and fire fighter handset are included).
INI-VGE TB6 provides a hardwire connection between the INI-VGE and any ASM-16 mounted in
a different cabinet.
If the ASM-16 sub-assemblies are mounted in the same cabinet as the INI-VGE, connect the ASM16 sub-assemblies directly by a ribbon cable (see Table 2.7.4.1).
NOTE: For wiring details, see the ASM-16 and ANU-48 Wiring Connections (Table 2.7.4.1 and
Figure 2.7.4.1).
Designation
Description
Comments
TB6-1
(+ 24 VDC)
1st Remote ASM-16 TB1-3
TB6-2
(RS-485 COM B)
1st Remote ASM-16 TB1-2
TB6-3
(RS-485 COM A)
1st Remote ASM-16 TB1-1
TB6-4
(Common)
1st Remote ASM-16 TB1-4
Table 3.2.5.1 INI-VGE to Remote ASM-16s
TO 1 ST REMOTE ASM-16/ANU-48 TB1-4 (COMMON)
TO 1 ST REMOTE ASM-16/ANU-48 TB1-1 (RS-485 COM A)
TO 1 ST REMOTE ASM-16/ANU-48 TB1-2 (RS-485 COM B)
TO 1 ST REMOTE ASM-16/ANU-48 TB1-3 (+24 VDC)
CONNECT TO
1 ST REMOTE ASM-16/ANU-48 TERMINAL BLOCK TB1
IN EACH REMOTE CABINET (INCC ONLY).
4 3 2 1
TB2
1
NOTE:
USE EITHER THE RS-485 LOCAL
OR RS-485 REMOTE CONNECTION
DO NOT USE BOTH.
LOOP
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TB6
4
RS-485 REMOTE
TB4
Figure 3.2.5.1 INI-VGE Connections to the Remote ASM-16 Sub-Assemblies
3.2.6 INI-VGE Earth Ground Connection
Connect INI-VGE TB3 to earth ground for full protection against transient voltages, power surges
and to conform to the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, Article 760.
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WARNING: EARTH GROUND REQUIREMENT:
USE A COLD WATER PIPE OR A GROUND-DRIVEN ROD TO ENSURE PROPER BONDING.
PANEL NEUTRAL OR CONDUIT GROUND ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. USE 14 AWG MIN. WIRE.
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8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=10
=39
=49
=30
=40
=50
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=29
=48
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=19
=38
=47
=46
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
on
on
on
on
on
on
=9
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=28
on
=18
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
=8
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=37
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=27
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=17
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=36
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=7
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=26
on
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=16
on
on
on
=6
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=45
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=35
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=25
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=15
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=60
=59
=58
=57
=56
=55
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=54
=53
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=44
=43
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=52
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=42
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=51
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=34
=33
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=41
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=5
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=24
=23
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=14
=13
=32
=31
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
on
on
on
on
on
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on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
=4
=3
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=22
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=12
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=2
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=21
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=11
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
=1
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
on
on
8 7 6 54 3 2 1
on
ADDRESS SWITCH SETTINGS
SWITCH UP (OFF)
on
on
on
on
SWITCH DOWN (ON)
=64
=63
=62
=61
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3.2.7 INI-VGE Programming Address Switch Settings
Use INI-VGE DIP Switch SW-1 to set the address that the sub-assembly will occupy on the E3
Series Classic network. Do not duplicate addresses with other sub-assemblies on the network.
For the fastest communication between nodes, set the addresses in consecutive order.
Figure 3.2.7.1 INI-VGE Address Switch Settings
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AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
3.3 AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
Figure 3.3.1 illustrates the AA-100 and AA-120 Power amplifiers.
Figure 3.3.1 AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
A) AA-100 Audio Amplifier
The AA-100 audio amplifier provides up to 100 watts of power. Two outputs are provided, dual
output provides 70.7VRMS. The combined power taken from these outputs must not exceed 100
watts total. A four-wire high level output/return circuit must be employed. Cut R-100 to enable
output wiring supervision in the AA-100. Use only the 70.7VRMS output which must be supervised.
B) AA-120 Audio Amplifier
The AA-120 audio amplifier provides up to 120 watts of power. Use only the 25VRMS output. The
power taken from this output must not exceed a total of 120 watts. A four-wire high-level
output/return circuit must be employed when output wiring supervision is required. Cut R- 100 to
enable output wiring supervision in the AA-120.
C) Trouble Contacts
Trouble contacts on the amplifiers close to report problems with audio input wiring, brown out,
batteries, output wiring, or the amplifier itself. Trouble contact wiring must not leave the cabinet,
and is monitored via an AMM series input monitoring module.
D) Backup Amplifiers
The backup amplifiers must be compatible with the primary amplifier (for example, if an AA-100
amplifier is used, use the AA-100 amplifier as the back-up amplifier). In the event of an amplifier
failure, the backup amplifier switching is automatic. When one backup amplifier serves multiple
primary amplifiers, only one primary amplifier failure will be supported. Individual LEDs signal
each source of trouble to aid in troubleshooting. The supervision of the backup amplifier output is
done through the four-wire return circuit on the backup amplifier. Use output wiring supervision
whenever the high-level audio amplifier output leaves the cabinet.
E) Cabinet Mounting
The AA-100 and AA-120 mount directly in the DR series cabinets, one amplifier per tier. The
primary (AC) and secondary (24V battery) power source connections must be made to each
amplifier. Some external listed means of charging the batteries (such as a DRBC-1 charger) must be
used.
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3.3.1 Primary/Secondary Power Requirements for the AA-100/AA120 Audio Amplifiers
Primary power required for the AA-100, and AA-120 amplifiers are 120VAC. Secondary power
(24 VDC battery) connections must be made at the designated terminals shown in Figure 3.3.2.1.
Secondary power may be obtained from any source of 24 VDC that is Listed for fire alarm
signaling and it has sufficient alarm and standby capacity (etc.). Use Table 3.3.1.1 to calculate the
amplifier secondary (battery) power requirements.
Qty
Sub-assembly
Description
Total
Total
Supv.
Alarm Supv. Alarm
Current Current Current Current
AA-100
AA-100 Primary amplifier
0.050 A
7.3 A
AA-120
AA-120 Primary amplifier
0.050 A
7.3 A
AA-120
AA-120 Back up amplifier
0.050 A
0.30 A
Additional current consuming devices
powered from the power supply
TOTALS:
User Calculation Totals (See Notes 1 & 2)
A
Total supervisory current.
B
Enter number of standby hours required.
C
Multiply Line A by hours in Line B.
D
Total alarm current.
E
Enter alarm sounding period in hours* (0.25 hr).
F
Multiply Line D by Line E.
G
Add Line C & Line F.
H
Multiply Line G by 1.2 to arrive at total ampere/hours required.
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NOTES
NOTE 1: For Emergency Voice/Alarm Communication service, the system shall be capable of
operating for 24 hours under a maximum normal load and then operating during an alarm
condition for a period of 2 hours. Fifteen (15) minutes of evacuation alarm operation at maximum
alarm load shall be considered the equivalent of 2 hours of alarm operation.
NOTE 2: Maximum alarm current from 55AH batteries must not exceed 20A.
Use the next size battery with capacity greater than required.
Maximum alarm current from 31 AH batteries must not exceed 9A.
The system batteries must be replaced as a set.
Table 3.3.1.1 AA-100/AA-120 Amplifier Standby Battery - Calculation Chart
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3.3.1.1 ACT-1 Audio Coupling Transformer
 Overview
The ACT-1 Audio Coupling Transformer couples a low-level audio to the audio amplifiers. The
unit can be used to couple a low-level audio signal up to eight devices. Multiple ACT-1s are
required for amplifiers on multiple channels. It provides electrical isolation for equipment powered
by separate power supplies with ground fault detection enabled. In addition, the ACT-1 provides
common mode noise rejection (CMNR), greatly reducing crosstalk from the SLCs.
 Applications
You can install the transformer in any application that uses AA-100, or AA-120 audio amplifiers,
subject to the following restrictions.
•
The amplifiers must mount remotely from the source of the low-level audio devices, such as
the INI-VGE.
•
The power supplies in the main control panel cabinet and the remote cabinets do not share the
same common.
•
Ground fault is enabled on each power supply.
In larger systems, capacitance becomes a critical factor in creating sporadic and difficult-to-find
ground faults along a single common connection. In these systems—as in systems that expand—
use an ACT-1 if possible.
 Isolating Power Supplies
Isolated power supplies, each with respective ground fault detection circuits enabled, are often used
to aid the quick location of ground faults in the large systems. This task is more difficult if the
entire system (main and all remote devices) share the same common connection and the power
supply in the main control panel cabinet provides ground fault detection.
For example, use a system consisting of a remote annunciator powered from a local supply within
the same cabinet, but connected through an RS-485 circuit to the main control panel. A common
connection occurs (although a poor one) along the RS-485 interface. Therefore, the power supplies
in this system are not adequately isolated and problems will occur (such as intermittent reports of a
ground fault when each power supply’s ground fault detection signal interacts with the signal from
the other power supply). In this case, the earth fault detection of the remote power supply must be
disabled and a good common connection must be made between the two systems. Although an
ACT-1 is not required for amplifiers mounted in this remote cabinet, the installation of an ACT-1
can reduce CMN from the SLC.
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3.3.1.2 ACT-1 Audio Coupling Transformer Installation
To connect an ACT-1 to an AA-100 or an AA-120 amplifier, follow these steps and refer to
Figure 3.3.1.2.1:
1.
Connect the ACT-1 to the first amplifier in the chain by inserting P1 pins of the ACT-1 into
Terminal Block P3 of the amplifier as shown in Figure 3.3.1.2.1. Tighten the screws securely.
2.
Using the supplied cable, connect the EARTH terminal on each ACT-1 to P8 on the AA-100/
AA-120.
3.
Connect the low-level AUDIO IN circuit to the Terminal Block TB1 on the ACT-1.
NOTE: To obtain the highest sound quality, observe polarity of audio signal when connecting the
speakers.
Terminal designation on the ACT-1
Shield
THRU +
THRU Shield
AUDIO IN +
AUDIO IN -
Earth Common
COM EARTH S
AUDIO IN
THRU
OUT
OUT
Shield Out (through)
IN
P3 on AA-30
P4 on AA-100/AA-120
P4
AMG
OUT
P5
RETURN
Low
Level
AMG POLARITY
Figure 3.3.1.2.1 ACT-1 Connections
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3.3.1.3 ACT-1 Wiring Amplifiers
Figure 3.3.1.3.1 illustrates the wiring amplifiers.
TB 1
P1
See
N ote 3
R -4 70
E LR
TB 1
P1
See
N ote 1
LowL evel
A u d io
Low -Level
A udio R eturn
P4
P3
P3
A A -100 or A A -120
A M G -1
A A -30
O rig in o f
M ain A u d io R iser
P3
P3
A A -100 or A A -120
A A -30
P3
See
N ote 2
A A -30
P3
See
N ote 2
A A -100 or A A -120
M ain P o w er S upply
M ain P ow er S upply
M ain P ow er S upply
S ee
N ote 3
R em ote A m plifier C abinet
R em ote A m p lifier C abinet
M ain C o ntrol P anel C abinet
Figure 3.3.1.3.1 ACT-1 Wiring Diagram
NOTE 1: Using the grounding wire supplied, connect the “EARTH” ground terminal of each ACT-1
to terminal P8-10 on the AA-100 or AA-120. The “COMM” terminal is intended for shielding of the
ACT-1 output. Connect to the common of the local power supply.
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CAUTION: WIRING RESTRICTIONS
DO NOT AT ANY POINT CONNECT THE SHIELD(S) FROM THE INPUT OF THE ACT-1 TO
THE COMMON OF THE LOCAL POWER SUPPLY.
NOTE 2: Up to eight audio amplifiers may be connected to the output of a single ACT-1 using the
low-level audio plug (P1, pins 1, 2, and 3).
NOTE 3: The output of the ACT-1 supports a maximum wire length of 200 feet (61 m). 18 to 12
AWG (0.75 to 3.25 mm2).
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3.3.2 Amplifier Connections
Figure 3.3.2.1 illustrates the amplifier connections for the upper and the lower boards.
Lower Board
Secondary (DC) Power
Battery
shield
Trbl
Common
Trbl
shield
Low
Level
Audio
Through
Low Level
Audio IN
Primary (AC) Power
Earth
AC HOT AC NEUTRAL EARTH
AA-120/AA-120E No
Connection, AA-100/AA-100E
High Level Audio Out
(70.7V)
Earth
70.7 V
Output
Upper Board
High Level
Audio Out (25vrms)
shield
High Level Audio
Return
(4-wire mode required
For AA-100/AA-100E)
shield
70 V Transformer
Connections
(AA-100/AA-100E only
Trouble
IN OUT
Audio
IN
Audio
Thru
Backup
IN
Backup
OUT
AA-120/AA-120E
High Level
Audio OUT
(25 VRMS)
(AA-100/AA-100E
No connection)
Figure 3.3.2.1 Amplifier Connections - Upper and Lower Boards
NOTE 1:The low-level input and high-level output "P" connectors are primarily for in-cabinet
applications where the wiring to or from the amplifier remains in the same cabinet. For "multiplecabinet" applications, hardwire the systems using terminal blocks P3 and P8. When more than
one cabinet is required, cabinets must be mounted adjacent to each other and all interconnecting
wiring must be installed in conduit.
NOTE 2: Cut resistor R100 to enable high-level audio output wiring supervision. Output
supervision is always required in the AA-100. This option is only required in the AA-120 when the
output wiring leaves the cabinet.
NOTE 3: If the amplifier is used in a stand-alone mode (no connection to an INI-VGE), where the
backup tone generator is used, R107 must be cut to prevent the amplifier from generating a
trouble condition. The amplifier will indicate trouble within 90 seconds. See Figure 3.3.2.2.
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AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
3.3.2 Amplifier Connections (Continued)
Figure 3.3.2.2 illustrates the stand alone operation.
Cut R100 to enable
4-wire output
supervision
Cut R107 to enable
“Stand Alone” operation
Figure 3.3.2.2 “Stand Alone” Operation
3.3.3 Adjusting Audio Gain Level
A multi-position rotary switch allows the installer to adjust the gain of the audio output signal to
compensate for audio line losses. After correct adjustment, the audio amplifier will produce its
maximum rated output power.
To adjust:
After the complete installation of all amplifiers and associated circuitry, with the low level audio
input to the amplifier set for normal standby, use a small slotted screwdriver to position the rotary
switch until the NORMAL LEVEL LED is lit and the INCORRECT LEVEL LED is off. At this
point, the audio gain is properly adjusted.
NOTE: Ensure that a 470-ohm impedance matching resistor has been installed on the last
amplifier (P3 Terminals 1 and 2). Failure to do so will result in calibration difficulty.
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AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
Wiring
3.3.3. Adjusting Audio Gain Level (Continued)
Figure 3.3.3.1 illustrates the audio gain switch.
Audio Gain
Figure 3.3.3.1 Audio Gain Switch
3.3.4 LEDs
Figure 3.3.4.1 includes a description of the LEDs.
SW1 (see detail below)
Battery Trouble LED – The battery
voltage has fallen below a sufficient
level.
Normal Level LED – During normal (nonalarm) conditions, when this green LED
is on and the Incorrect Level LED is off,
the audio amplifier is adjusted properly.
Brownout LED – AC power source
has fallen below an acceptable level.
Note: During a loss of primary (AC)
power, when the amplifier is operating on
secondary (battery) power, no LEDs will
light on the amplifier.
Output Trouble LED – An open/short
circuit condition exists in the 4-wire
high-level output (or 70 V transformer
on the AA-100/AA-100E).
Incorrect Level LED – During normal
(non-alarm) conditions, this LED indicates that the audio amplifier is out of
adjustment. When this LED is on and the
Normal Level LED is off, the audio level
adjustment is too low. When both this
LED and the Normal Level LED are on,
the audio level adjustments is too high.
Input Trouble LED – Loss of the lowlevel audio input signal, or internal
amplifier failure.
Amplifier Trouble LED – Loss of the
high-level audio signal, or internal
amplifier failure.
Note: The amplifier will indicate a
trouble condition within 90 seconds.
Figure 3.3.4.1 LEDs
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AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
3.3.5 Selecting the Default Backup Tone
Use SW1, located in the lower right corner of the amplifier circuit board, to select Hi/Lo or Slow
Whoop as the default backup tone. The backup tone will start automatically if the low-level audio
input to the amplifier is lost or when the amplifier has been configured for stand-alone operation.
Figure 3.3.5.1 illustrates the SW1 backup tone stand-alone tone switch.
SW1
Backup Tone/
Stand -Alone
Tone Switch
HI/LO
SLOW
WHOOP
Figure 3.3.5.1 SW1 Backup Tone Stand-Alone Tone Switch
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AA-100 and AA-120 Power Amplifiers
Wiring
3.3.6 Backup Amplifier
An AA-120 amplifier can be used to backup one or more amplifiers. In the event of an amplifier
failure, the backup amplifier switching is automatic. Figure 3.3.6.1 illustrates the backup amplifier
switching.
AA-100
Output
100 Watts maximum
70.7 VRMS
Maximum output 100 watts from both of
these outputs
(combined total)
P8, 7 (-)
P8, 8 (+)
AA-100
Output
100 Watts maximum
25 VRMS
P8, 5 (-)
P8, 6 (+)
Cut R100
AA-100/AA-100E Primary Amplifier
AA-120
Output
120 Watts maximum
25 VRMS
P8, 5 (-)
P8, 6 (+)
AA-120/AA-120E Primary Amplifier
Shield
Optional
4-Wire Return
Supervision for backup
configuration
P8, 2 (-)
P8, 3 (+)
Backup Amplifier AA-100/AA
or AA-120
Cut R100
Figure 3.3.6.1 Backup Amplifier
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Speaker Circuit Connections
3.4 Speaker Circuit Connections
3.4.1 Speaker Switching
The amplified signal from each audio amplifier must be connected to a control module, which will
switch the signal to a speaker circuit when necessary. Figure 3.4.1.1 through Figure 3.4.1.4
illustrate the wiring configurations for the AA-100, and AA-120 audio amplifiers.
+
-
C ontrol M odule
A O M -2SF
+
Speaker Sw itching C ircuit – N FPA Style Y
Speakers m ust be Listed for fire protection
M axim um Load 43.75 w atts m ax.
Up to 70.7 V R M S
(.35 pow er factor)
-
47 K EO L
R esistor
A 2143 -00
M odule polarities
A re show n in alarm
H igh
Level A udio O ut (70.7V)
Supervised
Pow er-lim ited
+ + -
H igh Level
A udio R eturn
(4-w ire m ode required
for A A-100)
only)
C ut resistor R100 to
enable high level audio
output w iring supervision
in four-w ire m ode
A A -100 U pper B oard
Figure 3.4.1.1 Speaker Switching Configuration for the AA-100 (Class B) with
AOM-2SF (Style Y)
+
-
Control Module
AOM-2SF
Speaker Switching Circuit NFPA Style Z
Speakers must be Listed for fire protection
Maximum Load 43. 75 watts max.
up to 70.7 VRMS
(.35 power factor)
-
EOL
Resistor
Is internal
At terminals
8 and 9
+
Module polarities
are shown in alarm
AA-100 A High Level
Audio Out 70.7 V
Supervised
Power-limited
AA-100 Upper Board
+
-
R100
+
-
High Level
Audio Return
(4-wire mode required
for AA-100)
100 µf 10V
Non-polarized
Bypass Capacitors
<10
µA leakage
<
A2143-20
Cut resistor R100 to
enable high level audio
Output wiring supervision
in four-wire mode
Figure 3.4.1.2 Speaker Switching Configuration for the AA-100 (Class B) with AOM2SF (Style Z)
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Speaker Circuit Connections
Wiring
3.4.1 Speaker Switching (Continued)
From panel or
Previous device
Communication Line
28 VDC max.
twisted-pair is
recommended
+
+
Control Module
AOM-2SF
+
To Next
Device
All wiring is supervised.
Speaker Switching Circuit-NFPA Style Y
Speakers must be Listed for fire protection
Maximum Load 43.75 watts max.
(.35 power factor)
47 K EOL
Resistor
A2143-00
Module polarities
Are shown in alarm
-
High Level +
Audio Out
(25 VRMS)
Not Supervised
Power-limited
AA-120 in same cabinet as AOM-2SF
AA-120 Upper Board
Figure 3.4.1.3 Speaker Switching Configuration for the AA-120 (Class B) with
AOM-2SF (Style Y)
SLC
Control Module
AOM-2SF
Speaker Switching Circuit-NFPA Style Z
Speakers must be Listed for fire protection
Maximum Load 43.75 watts max.
(.35 power factor)
-
+
- +
Module polarities
Are shown in alarm
High Level
Audio Out
(25 VRMS)
Supervised
Power-limited
AA-120 Upper Board
+
EOL
Resistor
is internal
at terminals
8 and 9
Bypass Capacitors
A21430-20
100 µf, 10V
Non-polarized
<10 µA leakage
- High Level Audio Return
(4-wire mode required
for AA-100)
Cut resistor R100 to
enable high-level audio
output wiring supervision
In four-wire mode
Figure 3.4.1.4 Speaker Switching Configuration for the AA-120 (Class B) with
AOM-2SF (Style Z)
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Speaker Circuit Connections
3.4.2 Speaker Wire
Use twisted, SHIELDED pair, 18 AWG. minimum. Make sure the shield is run continuously
through the speaker circuits with no segments of the shield left floating. Do not tie the shield to
conduit or junction boxes in the field. Terminate the drain wire back at the panel's location to
system negative. Style Z circuits do not require an end-of-line resistor. This is included on the AA
amplifier.
NOTE: Strobe notification appliances should be connected to the notification appliance circuits
of the associated 7100 control or SNAC supplementary panel.
Table 3.4.2.1 can be used as a guide to determine the wire requirements for each speaker circuit.
Circuit Length in Feet (Meters)
Watts 10 ft.
25 ft.
50 ft.
100 ft.
250 ft.
500 ft.
1000 ft.
(3 m)
(7.6 m)
(15.25 m)
(30.5 m)
(76 m)
(152.5 m)
(305 m)
100
18
18
18
16
14
10
N/A
AWG
120
18
18
18
18
16
14
10
AWG
N/A = Not Allowed
NOTE: Use, twisted, SHIELDED wire.
Table 3.4.2.1 AA Series Amplifiers Speaker Circuit Wiring Requirements
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Dual-Channel Classic
Wiring
3.5 Dual-Channel Classic
The Dual-Channel Classic is a dual-channel configuration used in the bulk audio voice evacuation
systems, such as the NetSOLO® and E3 Series® Classic Systems. This alternate design uses one
AOM-2RF module and one AOM-2SF module. The AOM-2RF module provides the dual-channel
for audio, and the AOM-2SF module provides the broadcast channel for zone paging/alarm tone.
Figure 3.5.1 illustrates the dual-channel bulk audio configuration.
NOTE: For additional installation information, refer to the AOM-2SF Installation Instructions,
P/N: I56-3550-001 and the AOM-2RF Installation Instructions, P/N: I56-3551-002.
DUAL-CHANNEL BULK AUDIO
AUDIO CIRCUITS WIRING MUST
BE TWISTED-PAIR SHIELD
AA-100/120 AMP ALARM
CHANNEL
SLC
AOM-2RF
T10 COMM 2
SLC(-) T1
T9 N.C. 2
SLC(+) T2
T8 N.O. 2
NA
T7 COMM 1
N.O. T5
T6 N.C. 1
TENS
ONES
AA-100/120 AMP PAGE
CHANNEL
AOM-2SF
T11 EXT SUPT10 EXT SUP+
T9 A-
SLC(-) T1
SLC(+) T2
T8 A+
T7 A/B+
47K EOL
T6 A/B-
TENS
ONES
Figure 3.5.1 Dual-Channel Bulk Audio Configuration
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Section 4: Transient Over-Voltage Protection
4.1 Routing Of Class 2 Power-Limited Field Wiring Circuits
UL Standard 864, (Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling Systems), requires that a minimum
of ¼ inch separation be maintained between Class 2 power-limited circuits and non power-limited
circuits. The control unit is designed so the required separation between these circuits (Class 2
power-limited vs. non power-limited) is maintained at the field wiring terminals.
In order to fully comply with the intent of these requirements, however, the minimum ¼ inch
separation must also be maintained between the field wiring conductors of Class 2 power-limited
circuits and non power-limited circuits. This may be accomplished by routing the field wiring as
shown in Figure 4.1.1.
Unless otherwise indicated on the unit, all field wiring circuits are Class 2 power-limited except:
•
AC power circuit
•
Standby battery circuit
•
Power supply output
•
Municipal box (auxiliary) circuit
NOTE: Route all field wiring to maintain a minimum of 1/4 inch separation between Class 2
power-limited and non power-limited circuit types. Additional conduit connections may be made in
the respective Class 2 power-limited and non power-limited areas of the enclosure if needed to
maintain this required minimum separation.
CLASS 2 POWER-LIMITED
WIRING VIA THIS CONDUIT
BATTERY CONNECTION
(NON POWER-LIMITED)
24 VDC POWER to AMPLIFIERS
INI-VGE E3 SERIES©
CONNECTIONS
(CLASS 2
POWER-LIMITED)
INI-VGE
(NON POWER-LIMITED)
CLASS 2 POWER-LIMITED
WIRING VIA THIS CONDUIT
CLASS 2 POWER-LIMITED
WIRING VIA THIS CONDUIT
INI-VGE SIGNALING LINE CIRCUIT
(CLASS 2 POWER-LIMITED)
120 VAC CONNECTION To AMPLIFIERS
(NON POWER-LIMITED)
FIRE FIGHTER INTERCOM WIRING
(CLASS 2 POWER-LIMITED)
NON-POWER-LIMITED WIRING
VIA THIS CONDUIT
BATTERIES
NOTE: Class 2 Power-limited and non power-limited circuit wiring must remain separated in the cabinet. All
Class 2 power-limited circuit wiring must remain at least 0.25" away from any non power-limited wiring. All
Class 2 power-limited and non power-limited wiring must enter and exit the cabinet through different
knockouts and/or conduits.
Class 2 Power-limited wire must be type FPL, FPLR or FPLP according to Article 760 of the National
Electrical Code.
Figure 4.1.1 Class 2 Power-Limited
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Index
Numerics
L
7100 Features 11
LCD-7100 11
LCD-E3 10
LCD-SLP 10
LDM-7100 11
LEDs 49
A
AA 42
AA-100 9
AA-120 10
ACT-1 44
Address Switch Settings
INI-VGE 41
ANU-48 10
ANX 12
ASM-16 9
B
Backup Amplifier Connections 51
C
CAB-B3, CAB-D3 10
D
Dual-Channel Bulk Audio Configuration 55
Dual-Channel Classic 55
E
E3 Series Classic INI-VGE Power Consumption
Calculation Chart 30
F
Fire Fighter’s Intercom Handset 25
I
INCC-C 9
INCC-E 10
INCC-Ex 10
INI 34
INI-7100 FO 11
INI-7100 UTP 11
INI-VGE 9
Indicating and Diagnostic LEDs 33
Intercom Riser Connections 39
Jumpers & Cable Connections 32
Power Connections 34
Signaling Line Circuit 38
Installation
ANU-48 22
ASM-16 18
INI-VGE 18
N
NGA 10, 26
P
PM-9 10
PM-9G 10
Power Amplifiers
AA-100 and AA-120 42
Power Consumption
ANU-48 30
AOM-2SF 30
AOM-TELF 30
ASM-16 30
INI-VGE 30
Microphone 30
MMO-6SF 30
NGA 30
Telephone 30
Power Requirements
AA-100 43
AA-120 43
R
RAN-7100 11
Remote Annunciators
LCD-SLP 10
RPT-E3-UTP 12
S
S3 Series
FLPS-7 13
LCD-SLP 13
SLC95-PM 13
SLC-PM 13
SLP-E3 13
Speaker Circuit Connections 52
V
Voice Paging Microphone 24
W
Wiring Connections
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W–W
Index
ASM-16 or ANU-48 19
E3 Classic Network (INI-VGE Only) 36
E3 Series Classic Network 36
INI-VGE Series 31
Wiring Diagrams
ACT-1 45
ASM-16 and ANU-48 21
INI-VGE 29
INI-VGE Connections 35
INI-VGE Power Connections 34
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Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability
Manufacturer Warranties. Subject to the limitations set forth herein,
Manufacturer warrants that the Products manufactured by it in its
Northford, Connecticut facility and sold by it to its authorized
Distributors shall be free, under normal use and service, from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of thirty six months (36)
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Products manufactured and sold by Manufacturer are date stamped at
the time of production. Manufacturer does not warrant Products that
are not manufactured by it in its Northford, Connecticut facility but
assigns to its Distributor, to the extent possible, any warranty offered
by the manufacturer of such product. This warranty shall be void if a
Product is altered, serviced or repaired by anyone other than
Manufacturer or its authorized Distributors. This warranty shall also
be void if there is a failure to maintain the Products and the systems in
which they operate in proper working conditions.
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