FNP-LED Graphic LED Display
FireNET Plus
FNP-LED Graphix LED Display
Installation and Operation Manual
Hochiki America Corporation
7051 Village Drive, Suite 100
Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
714.522.2246 Corporate Headquarters
800.845.6692 Technical Support
http://www.hochiki.com
Version 1.0
Created: 04/10/09
Updated: 10/30/09
PN# 1700-11000
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ........................................................................................................................... 2
Section 1 – Introduction
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1.1 Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems ........................................................................ 3
Section 2 – General Wiring Specifications
......................................................................................................................................................... 6
Section 3 – Installing the FNP-LED Graphic LED Display
......................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1 Overview of the FNP-LED .................................................................................... 7
3.1.1 Enclosure Sizes and Options ........................................................................... 7
3.2 Controls and Indications ....................................................................................... 8
3.3 Specifications........................................................................................................ 9
3.4 Mounting ............................................................................................................... 9
3.5 Connections ........................................................................................................ 10
3.5.1 Terminating Jumper ....................................................................................... 11
3.6 Addressing .......................................................................................................... 12
3.7 Programming ...................................................................................................... 13
3.8 Adding or Changing LED Positions..................................................................... 13
3.9 Maintenance ....................................................................................................... 14
Appendix A ................................................................................................................................... 15
Ordering the FNP-LED Graphic LED Display ........................................................... 15
WARRANTY .................................................................................................................................. 25
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Section 1 – Introduction
The FireNET FNP-LED Graphic LED Display provides a flexible and expandable
solution for graphical LED display panels via a simple four-wire data link connected to
the FireNET Plus control panel (FW version must be V07.0000 or higher).
1.1 Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems
Follow Recommended Installation Guidelines: To achieve early fire detection, fire
detection sensors should be installed in all rooms and areas of a house, apartment,
or building in accordance with the recommendations of the National Fire Protection
Association Standard 72 (NFPA 72), manufacturer’s recommendations, state and
local codes, and the recommendations contained in Guide for the Proper Use of
System Smoke Detectors, which is made available at no charge to all installing
dealers. Generally, the standards and recommendations include the following (but
installers should refer to the specific guidelines above before installing):
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Sleeping Rooms: Smoke detectors should be installed in every sleeping
room.
Hallways: More than one smoke detector should be installed in a hallway if it
is more than 30 feet long.
At least Two Smoke Detectors: There should never be less than two smoke
detectors per apartment or residence.
Smoke Detectors in Alarm, Electrical, or Phone Locations: Smoke detectors
should be located in any room where an alarm control is located or an alarm
control connects to an electrical source or phone line. If detectors are not so
located, a fire within the room could prevent the alarm control from reporting a
fire.
Notification Systems: All fire alarm systems require notification devices,
including sirens, bells, horns, and/or strobes. In residential applications, each
automatic alarm initiating device when activated should cause the operation of
alarm notification device that should be clearly audible in all bedrooms over
ambient or background noise levels (at least 15dB above noise) with all
intervening doors closed.
Alarm in Every Bedroom and Level of Residence: A smoke detector with an
integral sounder (smoke alarm) should be located in every bedroom and an
additional notification device should be located on each level of a residence.
Maintenance: A maintenance agreement should be arranged through the
local manufacturer’s representative and maintenance should be performed
annually by authorized personnel only. To keep a fire alarm 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 Chapter 7 of NFPA 72 (2007) shall be followed.
Test Weekly: The alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all
sensors and transmitters are working properly. The most common cause of an
alarm system not functioning when a fire occurs is inadequate maintenance.
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Alarms Cannot Guarantee Warning or Protection: Fire alarm system cannot
guarantee warning or protection against fire in every potential situation. A study by
the Federal Emergency Management Agency (an agency of the United States
government) indicated that smoke detectors may not go off or give early warning in
as many as 35% of all fires.
Limitation on Fire Alarm Effectiveness: A fire alarm system may not provide timely or
adequate warning, or simply may not function, for a variety of reasons. For example:
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No Detection: Particles of combustion or smoke from a developing fire may
not reach the sensing chambers of smoke detectors because:
1. Barriers (such as closed or partially closed doors, walls, or chimneys)
may inhibit particle or smoke flow.
2. Smoke particles may become cold, stratify, or not reach the ceiling or
upper walls where detectors are located.
3. Smoke particles may be blown away from detectors by air outlets.
4. Smoke particles may be drawn into air returns before reaching the
detector.
No Multi-Floor Detection: In general, smoke detectors on one level of a
structure cannot be expected to sense fires developing on another level.
Insufficient Smoke: 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 the detector, the detector will not go into alarm.
Smoldering vs. Flaming Fires: Smoke detectors, even when working properly,
have sensing limitations. Detectors that have photoelectric 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.
False Alarms and Pre-Fire Disconnection: Smoke detectors are subject to
false alarms and nuisance alarms and may have been disconnected by users.
For example, a smoke detector located in or near a kitchen may go into
nuisance alarm during normal operation of kitchen appliances. In addition,
dusty or steamy environments may cause a smoke detector to falsely alarm. If
the location of a smoke detector causes an abundance of false alarms or
nuisance alarms do not disconnect the smoke detector, call a professional to
analyze the situation and recommend a solution.
Fast Fires and Explosions: Smoke detectors cannot be expected to provide
adequate warning of fires caused by arson and children playing with matches
(especially within bedrooms), smoking in bed, violent explosions (caused by
escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, etc.).
Heat Detectors: Heat detectors do not sense particles of combustion and are
designed to alarm only when heat on their sensors increases at a
predetermined rate or reaches a predetermined level. Heat detectors are
designed to protect property, not life.
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Unheeded Warning: Warning devices (including horns, sirens, and bells) may
not alert people or wake up sleepers who are located on the other side of
closed or partially open doors. A warning device that activates on a different
floor or level of a dwelling or structure is less likely to awaken or alert people.
Even persons who are aware may not notice the warning if the alarm is
muffled by noise from a stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliance, or by
passing traffic. Audible warning devices may not alert the hearing impaired
(strobes or other devices should be provided to warn these people). Any
warning device may fail to alert people with a disability, deep sleepers, people
who have recently used alcohol or drugs, or people on medication or sleeping
pills.
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Strobes: Strobes can under certain circumstances, cause
seizures in people with conditions such as epilepsy.
Drills: Studies have shown that certain people, even when they
hear a fire alarm signal, do not respond or comprehend the
meaning of the signal. 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 on the proper reaction to
alarm signals.
Hearing Loss: In rare instances, the sounding of a warning
device can cause temporary or permanent hearing loss.
Telephone Transmissions Problems: Telephone lines needed to transmit
alarm signals from a premise to a central station may be out of service or
temporarily out of service. For added protection against telephone line failure,
backup radio transmission systems are recommended.
System Failure With Age or Lack of Maintenance: System components,
though designed to last many years, can fail at any time. As a precautionary
measure, it is recommended that smoke detectors be checked, maintained,
and replaced per manufacturer’s recommendations.
Electrical Power Problems: System components will not work without
electrical power. If system batteries are not serviced or replaced regularly,
they may not provide battery backup when AC power fails.
High Air Velocity or Dusty or Dirty Environments: Environments with high air
velocity or that are dusty or dirty require more frequent maintenance.
Importance of Maintenance: In general, fire alarm systems and devices will not work
without power and will not function property unless they are maintained and tested
regularly.
Alarm is Not Substitute for Insurance: While installing a fire alarm system may make
the owner eligible for a lower insurance rate, an alarm system is not a substitute for
insurance. Property owners should continue to act prudently in protecting the
premises and the people in their premises and should properly insure life and
property and buy sufficient amounts of liability insurance to meet their needs.
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Section 2 – General Wiring Specifications
Care should be taken when wiring the system to avoid situations that would contribute to
inducing electrical noise from one wire to another. Induced noise can interfere with
telephone communications or cause erratic system operation. Follow these general
guidelines to plan your system wiring prior to installation.
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Route high and low voltage wiring separately. Maintain a minimum 2” separation
between high and low voltage wiring throughout the building.
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Route control panel wiring around the perimeter of the control panel enclosure. A
minimum .25” separation is required between high and low voltage wiring.
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Identify which group each wire or cable is associated with from the list below.
Isolate each group’s wiring as much as possible. Avoid running a single multiconductor cable for multiple groups of conductors.
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AC Power - Main Power Supply
Notification Appliances
SLC Circuits
Relay Outputs
Voltage Outputs
Remote Control and Auxiliary Inputs
Network Wiring (Shielded wire required)
RS485 Bus Wiring (Shielded wire required)
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Keep wiring from different groups separated as much as possible. If you must
share the same conduit with different conductor groups consider using shielded
cable.
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If shielded cable is used terminate the shield to the earth ground terminal block in
the main control panel and leave open at field side of cable. Do not ground at
both ends of cable.
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Section 3 – Installing the FNP-LED Graphic LED Display
3.1 Overview of the FNP-LED
The FireNET FNP-LED Graphic LED Display is a graphical annunciator that provides a
flexible solution for fire alarm systems. The FNP-LED allows LED positions to be added
or removed without wiring changes. The modular nature of the FNP-LED supports up to
88 standard LED indicators. Please contact Hochiki America for applications requiring
more than 88 LED indicators.
3.1.1 Enclosure Sizes and Options
The FNP-LED enclosure size can be custom ordered to accept applications requiring 24,
56 or 88 LEDs.
Enclosure
Dimensions
Max # of LEDs
AM-2
14.50”W x 12.25”H x 3.50”D
24
AM-3
14.50”W x 18.90”H x 4.25”D
56
AM-4
14.50”W x 24.25”H x 4.25”D
88
Max # of boards
(1) Red LED driver board
(1) LED expansion board
(1) Red LED driver board
(3) LED expansion boards
(1) Red LED driver board
(5) LED expansion boards
All FNP-LED displays contain a Red LED driver board containing 8 LEDs. LED
expansion boards contain 16 LEDs in colors of red, green or yellow. Please see
Appendix A for information on ordering the FNP-LED.
AM-4
AM-3
AM-2
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3.2 Controls and Indications
The FNP-LED Graphic LED Display is available with or without controls and common
indicators. Models with common indicators include the following standard LED
indicators:
x Fire – lights whenever a fire condition is present on the FACP
x Power On – indicates if normal AC power is present at the FACP
x Trouble- lights when a trouble condition is present on the FACP
x Disablement – lights when a disablement is present on the FACP
Models with controls have the following switches:
x Enable Controls – keyswitch which enables the Reset and Alarm Silence controls
x Lamp Test – illuminates all LEDs when pressed for testing purposes
x Buzzer Silence – silences the FNP-LED internal buzzer
x Reset – resets the FACP
x Alarm Silence – silences the notification appliance circuits on the FACP
Fire
Lamp
Test
Buzzer
Silence
Reset
Alarm
Silence
Enable
Controls
Power On
Trouble
Disablement
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3.3 Specifications
Description
Supply Voltage
Maximum Input Rating
Specification
21 – 30 VDC
24 VDC @ 360mA
Standby Current
Red LED Driver Board
Red LED Expansion Board
Green LED Expansion Board
Yellow LED Expansion Board
Contains 8 LEDs = 13mA
Contains 16 LEDs = 13mA
Contains 16 LEDs = 13mA
Contains 16 LEDs = 13mA
Alarm Current
Red LED Driver Board
Red LED Expansion Board
Green LED Expansion Board
Yellow LED Expansion Board
Terminal Capacity
Communications Interface
Contains 8 LEDs = 45mA
Contains 16 LEDs = 45mA
Contains 16 LEDs = 45mA
Contains 16 LEDs = 45mA
14 – 24 AWG solid or stranded wire
RS485 serial bus protocol
The FireNET FNP-LED Graphic LED Display is intended for dry indoor use only. The
FNP-LED must be installed in locations where it will NOT be exposed to temperatures
outside the range of 32° - 120°F or humidity outside the range of 10% - 93% noncondensing.
3.4 Mounting
Determine the best location for the FNP-LED before mounting it. The FNP-LED should
be mounted on a dry flat surface at eye level to the center of the display. The mounting
screws used to secure the FNP-LED to the mounting surface must be a minimum of
5mm in diameter, and all four mounting locations must be used. The unit should be
located within 3,900 feet (1,200 meters) of the FireNET Plus control panel, and be
connected with a suitable RS-485 cable.
The unit must not be mounted in another enclosure or near sources of excessive heat.
Knockouts are provided on the enclosure for ease of wiring installation. Use 13/16”
(20mm) cable connectors to pass wiring through the knockouts into the cabinet
enclosure.
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Four 1/5" (5 mm) mounting screws
3.5 Connections
The FNP-LED requires 24VDC power and RS-485 data to operate. Connect the RS-485
data circuit to the COMMS terminals on the FireNET Plus control panel. 24VDC power
may be obtained from the AUX power on the FireNET Plus panel, or from a UL listed
24VDC auxiliary power supply. Be sure to observe proper polarity on the 24VDC power
and RS-485 circuit connections.
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24V
0V
COMM - COMM +
3.5.1 Terminating Jumper
If the FNP-LED is the last device on the RS-485 bus a terminating jumper must be
installed. Only one board (the last board physically connected to the RS-485 bus)
should have the jumper installed. If serial annunciators or I/O boards are installed on
the circuit, the terminating jumper should be installed on only the last device located on
the circuit. The jumpers must be removed on all other devices.
If there are multiple driver boards in the FNP-LED, the terminating jumper must be
installed on the last board physically connected to the RS-485 bus. This is illustrated
below:
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3.6 Addressing
Each of the LED driver boards in the FNP-LED Graphic LED Display must be assigned a
unique address between 1 and 32. These addresses must not be shared by any other
device on the RS-485 COMMS bus of the FACP. The address is set by a binary coded
DIP switch on each board.
The figure below illustrates an example of addressing the LED driver modules on the
FNP-LED. This example uses addresses 1 to 4.
16 LED Board
9 to 24
Address 2
8 LED Board
1 to 8
Address 1
16 LED Board
41 to 56
Address 4
16 LED Board
25 to 40
Address 3
The address for each LED driver board is set using a 6-position DIP-switch in binary
fashion. Switches 1-6 represent the values 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 respectively. To set the
address, move only the switches whose values when added equal the address value
you wish to set, to the “ON” position. For example moving switches 1 and 3 (whose
values are 1 and 4 respectively) to the “ON” position sets the address of 5 into the
RS485 bus device. See the other examples below:
1
1
1
ADDRESS 6
ADDRESS 13
Shows switch actuator in the ON position.
ADDRESS 21
Switch Number – 1 2 3 4 5 6
Value – 1 2 4 8 16 32
Addresses must be set with no power applied to the system.
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3.7 Programming
The Graphic LED Display consists of an 8-way LED board; this board also contains the
common LEDs and controls if they are used. Additional 16-way LED boards may be
added, up to a maximum of 32 boards
The LED boards are set by default to operate on a fire alarm condition. The outputs of
the 8-way LED board are assigned to zones 1 – 8 respectively. If a 16-way LED board
is added its outputs are assigned to zones 9 – 24 respectively. If additional LED boards
are added their outputs will also be set to zones 9 – 24, and may need to be
reprogrammed to suit the installation.
3.8 Adding or Changing LED Positions
The construction of the FNP-LED Graphic Display is such that it is simple to add,
remove or change the position of LED indicators without the need for special tools or
wiring. The indicators are installed on a steel plate which has holes on a ¼” (6mm) grid.
This steel plate is covered by a printed building plan which reveals only the areas of the
plate where the indicators are located. If changes or additions are made to the building
plan, a new building plan layout can be produced and installed on an existing FNP-LED
panel.
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To add or change an LED indicator:
3.9 Maintenance
The FNP-LED requires little or no maintenance other than to ensure that the fascia is
clean and clear of obstructions. If required, the fascia can be wiped with a barely damp
cloth. Cleaning solutions other than those specifically designed for plastics such as anti
static spray cleaners should not be used.
The FNP-LED should be periodically tested at the same time as the rest of the fire alarm
system in a systematic manner which ensures that all indicators show the correct
information. FNP-LED models with controls have a lamp test button which can be used
to verify that all indicators and the internal buzzer are working correctly. The silence
buzzer, silence alarm and reset control buttons should also be tested periodically.
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Appendix A
Ordering the FNP-LED Graphic LED Display
The following enclosure styles are available for various configurations:
Enclosure
Dimensions
Max # of LEDs
Max # of boards
AM-2
14.50”W x 12.25”H x 3.50”D
24
AM-3
14.50”W x 18.90”H x 4.25”D
56
AM-4
14.50”W x 24.25”H x 4.25”D
88
(1) Red LED driver board
(1) LED expansion board
(1) Red LED driver board
(3) LED expansion boards
(1) Red LED driver board
(5) LED expansion boards
The following circuit boards are available for various configurations:
Model
Circuit Board Description
FNP-LED-000
FNP-LED-100
FNP-LED-010
FNP-LED-001
Red LED Driver Board, 8 LEDs
Red LED Expansion Board, 16 LEDs
Green LED Expansion Board, ,16 LEDs
Yellow LED Expansion Board, 16 LEDs
Installation and Maintenance Parts:
Material
Description
FNP-LED-FOC
FNP-LED-CUT
FNP-LED-LNS
Fiber Optic Cable, 3.28 Feet Length (1 meter)
Fiber Optic Cutting Tool
Fiber Optic Lens, Replacement
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Part Number Description:
Options
Option Type
Enclosure Sizes
Enclosure Color
Expansion Boards
Valid Selections
Description
0
AM2 14.50”W x 12.25”H x 3.50”D
2
AM3 14.50”W x 18.90”H x 4.25”D
3
AM4 14.50”W x 24.25”H x 4.25”D
1
Red
2
Charcoal
The number of expansion boards that can be installed is dependent
on the size of the enclosure. The three “YYY” locations identify the
amount of expansion boards installed in the enclosure. The amount
of expansion boards may not exceed the size of the enclosure. An
expansion board is not installed when all zeros (000) are present in
the “YYY” fields. Any combination of LED colors can be used.
Examples:
x
FNP-LED-01-100 – FNP-LED with red AM-2 enclosure (smallest) and with one
Red LED expansion board
x
FNP-LED-32-302 – FNP-LED with charcoal AM-4 enclosure (largest) and with 3
red LED expansion boards and 2 Yellow LED expansion boards
The AM-2 holds one LED expansion board maximum.
The AM-3 holds three LED expansion boards maximum.
The AM-4 holds five LED expansion boards maximum.
For more information please contact Hochiki America.
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Equipment List
This appendix provides models and supporting equipment for all versions of the FNP-LED.
Model Numbering
The FNP-LED is a graphical annunciator containing model numbering, FNP-LED-XX-YYY for custom
applications.
Reference Section, “Part Number Assignment Matrix” to select a configuration suitable for each application and
then reference Section, “Hochiki Graphic Annunciator Models” to determine the model suitable for the cabinet size.
All FNP-LED include one Red LED driver board, FNP-LED-00-000. The Red LED driver board contains 8 LEDs.
LED expansion boards contain 16 LEDs of red, green or yellow.
Circuit Boards
The following circuit boards are provided with the FNP-LED for various LED configurations:
MODELS
CIRCUIT BOARD DESCRIPTIONS
FNP-LED-00-000
Red LED driver board, 8 LEDs
FNP-LED-00-100
Red LED expansion board, 16 LEDs
FNP-LED-00-010
Green LED expansion board, 16 LEDs
FNP-LED-00-001
Yellow LED expansion board, 16 LEDs
Cabinet Styles
The following circuit boards are provided with the FNP-LED for various LED configurations:
CABINET STYLES
DIMENSIONS
MAXIMUM BOARD CAPACITY
FNP-LED-AM2
14.50” x 12.25” x 3.50”
1 expansion board
FNP-LED-AM3
14.50” x 18..90” x 4.25”
3 expansion boards
FNP-LED-AM4
14.50” x 24.25” x 4.25”
5 expansion boards
Installation and Maintenance Parts
The following parts are recommended for installation and maintenance of the FNP-LED:
MATERIAL
DESCRIPTION
FNP-LED-GDP-FOC
Fiber optic cable, 3.28 feet length (1 meter)
FNP-LED-GDP -CUT
Fiber optic cable cutting tool
FNP-LED-GDP -LNS
Fiber optic LED lens, replacement
FNP-LED-CAT30
Cabinet Key / Lock Set
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FNP-LED Models
The following models are provided for the FNP-LED-AM2 cabinet of the FNP-LED:
AM2 CABINET, RED
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-01-000
0 red, 0 green, 0 yellow expansion board
FNP-LED-01-001
0 red, 0 green, 1 yellow expansion board
FNP-LED-01-010
0 red, 1 green, 0 yellow expansion board
FNP-LED-01-100
1 red, 0 green, 0 yellow expansion board
AM2 CABINET, CHARCOAL
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-02-000
0 red, 0 green, 0 yellow expansion board
FNP-LED-02-001
0 red, 0 green, 1 yellow expansion board
FNP-LED-02-010
0 red, 1 green, 0 yellow expansion board
FNP-LED-02-100
1 red, 0 green, 0 yellow expansion board
The following models are provided for the FNP-LED-AM3 cabinet of the FNP-LED:
AM3 CABINET, RED
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-21-000
0 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-001
0 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-010
0 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-100
1 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-002
0 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-011
0 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-020
0 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-101
1 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-110
1 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-200
2 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-003
0 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-012
0 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-021
0 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-030
0 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
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AM3 CABINET, RED
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-21-102
1 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-111
1 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-120
1 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-201
2 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-210
2 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-21-300
3 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
AM3 CABINET, CHARCOAL
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-22-000
0 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-001
0 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-010
0 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-100
1 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-002
0 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-011
0 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-020
0 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-101
1 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-110
1 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-200
2 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-003
0 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-012
0 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-021
0 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-030
0 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-102
1 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-111
1 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-120
1 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-201
2 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-210
2 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-22-300
3 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
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The following models are provided for the AM4 cabinet of the FNP-LED:
AM4 CABINET, RED
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-31-000
0 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-001
0 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-010
0 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-100
1 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-002
0 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-011
0 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-020
0 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-101
1 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-110
1 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-200
2 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-003
0 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-012
0 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-021
0 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-030
0 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-102
1 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-111
1 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-120
1 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-201
2 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-210
2 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-300
3 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-004
0 Red, 0 Green, 4 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-013
0 Red, 1 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-022
0 Red, 2 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-031
0 Red, 3 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-040
0 Red, 4 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-103
1 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-112
1 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
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AM4 CABINET, RED
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-31-121
1 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-130
1 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-202
2 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-211
2 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-220
2 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-301
3 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-310
3 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-400
4 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-005
0 Red, 0 Green, 5 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-014
0 Red, 1 Green, 4 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-023
0 Red, 2 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-032
0 Red, 3 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-041
0 Red, 4 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-050
0 Red, 5 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-104
1 Red, 0 Green, 4 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-113
1 Red, 1 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-122
1 Red, 2 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-113
1 Red, 3 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-140
1 Red, 4 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-203
2 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-212
2 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-221
2 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-230
2 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-302
3 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-311
3 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-320
3 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-401
4 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-31-410
4 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
AM4 CABINET, RED
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
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FNP-LED-31-500
5 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
AM4 CABINET, CHARCOAL
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-32-000
0 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-001
0 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-010
0 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-100
1 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-002
0 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-011
0 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-020
0 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-101
1 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-110
1 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-200
2 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-003
0 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-012
0 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-021
0 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-030
0 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-102
1 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-111
1 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-120
1 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-201
2 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-210
2 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-300
3 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-004
0 Red, 0 Green, 4 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-013
0 Red, 1 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-022
0 Red, 2 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-031
0 Red, 3 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-040
0 Red, 4 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
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AM4 CABINET, CHARCOAL
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-32-103
1 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-112
1 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-121
1 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-130
1 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-202
2 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-211
2 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-220
2 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-301
3 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-310
3 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-400
4 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-005
0 Red, 0 Green, 5 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-014
0 Red, 1 Green, 4 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-023
0 Red, 2 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-032
0 Red, 3 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-041
0 Red, 4 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-050
0 Red, 5 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-104
1 Red, 0 Green, 4 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-113
1 Red, 1 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-122
1 Red, 2 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-113
1 Red, 3 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-140
1 Red, 4 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-203
2 Red, 0 Green, 3 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-212
2 Red, 1 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-221
2 Red, 2 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-230
2 Red, 3 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-302
3 Red, 0 Green, 2 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-311
3 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-320
3 Red, 2 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
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AM4 CABINET, CHARCOAL
EXPANSION BOARD POPULATION
FNP-LED-32-401
4 Red, 0 Green, 1 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-410
4 Red, 1 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
FNP-LED-32-500
5 Red, 0 Green, 0 Yellow Expansion Board
Part Number Assignment Matrix
The following part number matrix describes the component structure of the FNP-LED:
Part Number Assignment Matrix For The FNP-LED Graphic Annunciator
FNP-LED-XX-YYY This is the number of 'YELLOW' LED expansion boards This is the
number of 'GREEN' LED expansion boards This is the number of 'RED' LED expansion boards This is the Color of the
cabinet This is the Size of the cabinet FNP-LED-XX-YYY Indicates the HOCHIKI Model Number
Option Ranges
Option Type
Cabinet Sizes
Cabinet Color
Valid Entries
0
Description
AM-2 Cabinet: 14.50” x 12.25” x 3.50”
2
AM-3 Cabinet: 14.50” x 18.90” x 4.25”
3
AM-4 Cabinet: 14.50” x 24.25” x 4.25”
1
2
Expansion Boards
**NOTE**
Red cabinet
Charcoal cabinet
The number of expansion boards that can be installed on an FNP-LED is
dependent on the cabinet size. The three "YYY" digits of part number FNPLED-XX-YYY identify the amount of expansion boards installed in a
cabinet. The amount of expansion boards installed cannot exceed the
capacity of cabinet sizes AM-2, AM-3 and AM-4. An expansion board is not
installed when all zeros (000) are present in the "YYY" digits of the FNPLED-XX-YYY part number. Any combination of LED colors can be used.
AM-2
1 expansion board.
AM-3
3 expansion boards.
AM-4
5 expansion boards.
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WARRANTY
Hochiki America Corporation manufactured equipment is guaranteed to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of original
shipment. HOCHIKI will repair or replace, at its option, any equipment which it
determines to contain defective material or workmanship. Said equipment must be
shipped to HOCHIKI prepaid. Return equipment will be prepaid by HOCHIKI. We shall
not be responsible to repair or replace equipment which has been repaired by others,
abused, improperly installed, altered or otherwise misused or damaged or exposed to
conditions outside the products specifications in any way. Unless previously contracted
by HOCHIKI, HOCHIKI will assume no responsibility for determining the defective or
operative status at the point of installation, and will accept no liability beyond the repair
or replacement of the product at our factory service department. Please contact
HOCHIKI’s Sales department for proper procedure for claims and return of merchandise.
Hochiki America Corporation
7051 Village Drive, Suite 100
Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
1-800-845-6692
technicalsupport@hochiki.com
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