IPDACT - Honeywell Power Products
IPDACT - Version 1
Product Installation Document
P/N 53109
Rev. A
2/16/07
ECN 06-840
I. IPDACT - Internet Protocol Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter
A. Description
The IPDACT is a compact, Internet Protocol Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter designed to allow
FACP status communication to a Central Station via the internet. The IPDACT converts the standard DACT
phone communication to a protocol that can be transmitted and received via the internet. It also checks
connectivity between the FACP and Central Station.
The IPDACT operates in conjunction with the VisorALARM receiver, located at the Central Station. The
Visor ALARM receives signals transmitted by the IPDACT over the internet, instead of the traditional public
switched telephone lines, and sends the signals through a serial port to automation software for processing.
Notes:
1. Following installation, refer to the Quick Startup Guide, supplied with the IPDACT, for programming and activation
of the IPDACT on the internet.
2. In all applications, the FACP Secondary Phone Line must be connected to the Public Switched Telephone Network
(i.e. a POTS line) for backup reporting.
3. Installation and wiring of this device must be done in accordance with NFPA 72 and local ordinances.
II. IPDACT Mounting Options
A. Mounting IPDACT Within the Fire Alarm Control Panel Enclosure
The IPDACT can be mounted inside the standard Fire-Lite backbox provided with the following FACPs:
• MS-9600LS
• MS-9050UD
• MS-9200UDLS
• MS-5UD/MS-10UD
Install the IPDACT in the backbox using the supplied IPBRKT bracket, as described below.
1. Position the two tabs in the IPBRKT bracket over the two embossed protrusions in lower left corner of the
backbox and slide the bracket down with tabs going under embossed protrusions as illustrated in Figure 1.
2. Secure the IPBRKT bracket to the backbox by installing the supplied screw into the top tab as illustrated in
Figure 2. The screw will feed through hole in emboss and self-thread into bracket hole.
Figure 1
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3. Secure IPDACT Module to IPBRKT bracket using the four supplied standoffs as illustrated in Figure 3.
4. Wire the IPDACT as described in the following sections of this document.
5. Attach the polycarbonate cover with label to the IPDACT by pressing it onto the four standoffs installed
in step 3.
Figure 3
Wiring the IPDACT Within the Fire Alarm Control Panel Enclosure
The following illustration details the connections that must be made between the IPDACT and FACP.
RJ45 Connector for connection to RS232 computer serial port.
(Use a Serial to USB converter if the computer does not have an RS232 port).
Supplied Phone Cable - Ring (green wire)
Supplied Phone Cable - Tip (red wire)
1KΩ ELR
(Note that the male plug connector on the other end of the Supplied Phone
Cable plugs into the Primary Phone Jack on the FACP DACT).
RJ45 Connector for connection
to Ethernet/Internet
From FACP Nonresettable 24VDC (-)
From FACP Nonresettable 24VDC (+)
Figure 4
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B. Mounting the IPDACT in the IPENC Enclosure
The IPDACT mounts to the factory-installed bracket inside the IPENC enclosure.
1. Secure IPDACT Module to the bracket using the four supplied screws as illustrated in Figure 5.
2. Wire the IPDACT as described in the following sections of this document.
3. Close the IPENC door and secure it to the enclosure with four supplied screws in locations indicated.
Figure 5
Wiring the IPDACT to the Fire Alarm Control Panel
1. Remove all power (AC and DC) from the FACP before installing any wires.
2. All wiring between the FACP and IPDACT must be in metal conduit which is no more than 6” in length.
3. Connect one end of the supplied phone line cable to the Primary Phone Line connector on the FACP by
inserting the male plug into the RJ45 connector.
4. Wire the other end of the supplied phone line cable to the TO AP terminals as illustrated below and in
Figure 4 of this document.
5. Connect Nonresettable 24 VDC power from the FACP to the power terminals on the IPDACT.
The FACP must be capable of supplying a minimum of 300 mA to the IPDACT.
6. Connect the RJ45 connector on the IPDACT to an Ethernet/Internet connector.
7. Refer to the appropriate FACP manual for power specifications and wiring details and to Figure 4 in this
document for IPDACT connection details.
8. Reapply all power (AC and DC) which was removed in step 1.
Figure 6
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C. Mounting the IPDACT in the HP300ULX Power Supply Enclosure
The IPDACT requires a minimum of 300 mA of current. If an FACP cannot supply this minimum requirement,
a separate power supply, such as the HP300ULX, may be used to supply the required current. The IPDACT can
be mounted inside the HP300ULX power supply enclosure as described below:
1. Position the IPBRKT bracket mounting hole and slot over the two mounting holes in the HP300ULX
backbox. Use the landmarks illustrated in Figure 7 to locate the correct mounting location.
2. Secure the IPBRKT bracket to the backbox by installing the supplied screws into the top left hole and
bottom right slot of the IPBRKT as illustrated, and tighten.
Figure 7
3. Secure IPDACT Module to IPBRKT bracket using the four supplied standoffs as illustrated in Figure 8.
4. Wire the IPDACT as described in the following sections of this document.
5. Attach the polycarbonate cover with label by pressing it onto the four standoffs installed in step 3.
Figure 8
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Wiring the IPDACT to the HP300ULX Power Supply and FACP
1. Connect the AC power terminals of the FACP and HP300ULX Power Supply to the same AC power main
feed. A loss of AC power will cause the FACP to generate an AC Power Loss indication which will be
recognized as an AC power loss for both panels.
2. The phone line between the FACP and IPDACT, which is mounted in the HP300ULX backbox, must be in
conduit no more than 6” in length.
3. Connect one end of the supplied phone line cable to the Primary Phone Line connector on the FACP by
inserting the male plug into the RJ45 connector.
4. Wire the other end of the supplied phone line cable to the TO AP terminals of the IPDACT as illustrated in
Figure 9 below and in Figure 4 of this document.
5. Connect Nonresettable 24 VDC power from the HP300ULX to the power terminals on the IPDACT as
illustrated in Figure 9.
6. Connect one wire from the Battery Fail NO (Normally Open) contact of the HP300ULX to one of the P10
Input terminals on the IPDACT and a second wire from the Battery Fail C (Common) contact of the
HP300ULX to the other P10 Input terminal on the IPDACT. This will allow the IPDACT auxiliary trouble
input terminals to monitor for an HP300ULX battery failure.
7. Install a 1KΩ ELR across the Battery Fail NO (Normally Open) contact and the C (Common) contact to
allow the IPDACT to supervise the wiring.
8. Connect the RJ45 connector on the IPDACT to an Ethernet/Internet connector.
9. Refer to the appropriate FACP manual for power specifications and wiring details and to Figure 4 in this
document for IPDACT connection details.
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Figure 9
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