FN-600ULX - Hochiki America

FN-600ULX - Hochiki America
FN-600ULX
Power Supply/Charger
Installation Guide
Altronix Corp.
140 58th St. Brooklyn, NY
Rev. 120104
Overview:
The FN-600ULX is a power supply that converts a 115VAC / 60Hz input to a 12VDC or 24VDC regulating output
(see specifications below).
Agency Listings:
Specifications:
Battery Backup (cont’d):
Altronix Corp.
140 58th St. Brooklyn, NY
• UL File # S4707:
UL Listed for Access Control System Units (UL 294).
UL Listed Standard for Safety for Fire Protective
Signaling Systems (UL 1481).
• MEA - NYC Department of Buildings Approved.
• CSFM - California State Fire Marshal Approved.
• FM Approved.
• Maximum charge current 0.7 amp.
• Zero voltage drop when switched over to
battery backup.
Input:
Additional Features:
• Input 115VAC / 60Hz, 3.5 amp.
Supervision:
• AC fail supervision (form “C” contacts).
• Low battery supervision (form “C” contacts).
• Battery presence supervision (form “C” contacts).
Output:
• AC input, DC output and BAT trouble LED indicators.
• Power supply, enclosure, cam lock and battery leads.
• 12VDC or 24VDC selectable output.
• 6 amp continuous supply current at 12VDC or 24VDC.
• Filtered and electronically regulated outputs.
• Short circuit and thermal overload protection.
Enclosures:
FN-600ULX-R (Red Enclosure)
FN-600ULX-C (Charcoal Grey Enclosure)
Battery Backup:
13.5” x 13” x 3.25” (342.9mm x 330.2mm x 82.55mm)
• Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or gel type batteries.
• Automatic switch over to stand-by battery when AC fails.
Enclosure Dimensions (H x W x D):
Installation Instructions:
The unit should be installed in accordance with article 760 of The National Electrical Code as well as NFPA 72 and all
applicable Local Codes.
1. Mount unit in the desired location. Mark and predrill holes in the wall to line up with the top two keyholes in the
enclosure. Install two upper fasteners and screws in the wall with the screw heads protruding. Place the enclosure’s
upper keyholes over the two upper screws; level and secure. Mark the position of the lower two holes. Remove the enclosure. Drill the lower holes and install two fasteners. Place the enclosure’s upper keyholes over the two upper
screws. Install the two lower screws and make sure to tighten all screws (Enclosure Dimensions, pg. 4).
2. The power supply is pre-wired to the ground (chassis). Connect main incoming ground to the provided green grounding conductor lead. Connect unswitched AC power (115VAC / 60 Hz) to the terminals marked [L, N]
(Fig. 1, pg. 4). Use 14 AWG or larger for all power connections (Battery, DC output, AC input). Use 22 AWG to
18 AWG for power-limited circuits (AC Fail/Low Battery reporting).
Keep power-limited wiring separate from non power-limited wiring (115VAC / 60Hz Input, DC Output, Battery Wires). Minimum 0.25” spacing must be provided.
CAUTION: Do not touch exposed metal parts. Shut branch circuit power before installing or servicing equipment.
There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer installation and servicing to qualified service personnel.
For Fire Alarm applications the outputs are “Special Applications” only.
3. Set the unit to the desired DC output voltage by setting SW1 (Fig. 1a, pg. 4) to the appropriate position
(Power Supply Voltage Output Selections Chart, pg. 3).
4. Measure output voltage before connecting any devices to ensure proper operation. Improper or high voltage will damage these devices. When servicing the unit, AC mains should be removed.
5. Connect devices to be powered to terminals marked [+ DC -], carefully observing correct polarity (Fig. 1, pg. 4).
6. For Access Control applications batteries are optional. When batteries are not used, a loss of AC will result in the loss of output voltage. When the use of stand-by batteries is desired, they must be lead acid or gel type.
7. Connect appropriate signaling notification devices to the terminals marked [AC FAIL & BAT FAIL] (Fig. 1, pg. 4) supervisory relay outputs.
Note: When used in fire alarm or access control applications, “AC Fail” relay should be utilized
to visually indicate that AC power is on. To delay report for 6 hours cut “AC Delay” jumper (Fig. 1, pg. 4).
8. Please ensure that the cover is secured with the provided Key Lock.
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Power Supply Output Specifications:
Output
12VDC
24VDC
Switch Position
SW1 - CLOSED (Fig. 1a, pg. 4)
SW1 - OPEN (Fig. 1a, pg. 4)
Stand-by Specifications (total current shown):
Output
12VDC / 40AH Battery
4 hr. of Stand-by &
5 Minutes of Alarm
Stand-by = 6.0 amp
Alarm = 6.0 amp
24VDC / 12AH Battery
--------
24VDC / 40AH Battery
Stand-by = 6.0 amp
Alarm = 6.0 amp
24 hr. of Stand-by &
5 Minutes of Alarm
Stand-by = 1.0 amp
Alarm = 6.0 amp
Stand-by = 200mA
Alarm = 6.0 amp
Stand-by = 1.0 amp
Alarm = 6.0 amp
60 hr. of Stand-by &
5 Minutes of Alarm
Stand-by = 300mA
Alarm = 6.0 amp
-------Stand-by = 300mA
Alarm = 6.0 amp
LED Diagnostics:
Red (DC)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Green (AC)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Red (BAT)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Status
Normal operating condition.
Loss of AC. Stand-by battery supplying power.
No DC output. Battery Trouble
Loss of AC. Discharged or no stand-by battery. No DC output.
Battery missing / Low battery.
Terminal Identification:
Terminal
Legend
L, G, N
+ DC --AC Fail
NC, C, NO
Bat Fail
NC, C, NO
+ BAT ---
Function/Description
Connect 115VAC 60 Hz. to these terminals: L to hot, N to Neutral. Do not use the [G] terminal.
12VDC or 24VDC @ 6 amp continuous non power-limited output.
Indicates loss of AC power, e.g. connect to audible device or alarm panel. Relay normally energized
when AC power is present. Contact rating 1 amp @ 28VDC. AC or brownout fail is reported within 1
minute of the event. To delay reporting for up to 6 hrs., cut “AC delay” jumper and reset power to unit.
Indicates low battery condition, e.g. connect to alarm panel. Relay normally energized when DC power
is present. Contact rating 1 amp @ 28VDC. Low battery conditions will report approximately 21VDC
(24VDC output setting) or approximately 10.5VDC (12VDC output setting).
Battery presence detection will report approximately 1 minute after battery remains undetected
(missing or removed).
Stand-by battery connections. Maximum charge current 0.7 amp.
Wiring:
Use 14 AWG or larger for all power connections.
Note: Take care to keep power-limited circuits separate from non power-limited wiring (115VAC, Battery).
Maintenance:
Unit should be tested at least once a year for the proper operation as follows:
Output Voltage Test: Under normal load conditions the DC output voltage should be checked for proper voltage level
(Power Supply Voltage Output Specifications Chart, pg. 3).
Battery Test: Under normal load conditions check that the battery is fully charged, check specified voltage both at the
battery terminal and at the board terminals marked [+ BAT –] to ensure that there is no break in the battery
connection wires.
Note: Maximum charging current under discharges is 0.7 amp.
Note: Expected battery life is 5 years; however, it is recommended changing batteries in 4 years or less if needed.
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Fig. 1
CAUTION: De-energize unit prior to servicing. For continued protection against
risk of electric shock and fire hazard replace fuse with the same type and rating.
Do not expose to rain or moisture.
5A 250V
Green
Lead
Fig. 1a
G
Do Not Touch
Exposed Metal Parts
N
Wire
Strap
(from
Enclosure
to Door)
L
Door
SW1
AC
115VAC
powermains
non powerlimited
Class 1
DC
24V - OPEN
12V - CLOSED
BAT
BAT FAIL NC
C NO
Battery&AC
Supervision
Circuit
(power-limited)
NC C
NO AC FAIL
Fig. 1b
OPEN - 24V
CLOSED - 12V
+ BAT ---
+ DC ---
Battery connection
(non power-limited)
BAT FAIL
NO
C NC
NO C
NC AC FAIL
DCOutputtodevices
(non power-limited)
Battery&ACSupervision
Circuit
(power-limited)
12VDC Rechargeable Battery
(optional)
12VDC Rechargeable Battery
(optional)
CAUTION: Optional rechargeable stand-by batteries must match
the power supply output voltage setting.
Keep power-limited wiring separate from non power-limited.
Use minimum 0.25" spacing.
Enclosure Dimensions (H x W x D):
1.40”
(36mm)
4.85”
(123mm)
4.85”
(123mm)
1.40”
(36mm)
13.5” x 13” x 3.25” (342.9mm x 330.2mm x 82.55mm)
1.20”
(31mm)
3.25”
(83mm)
1.20”
(31mm)
0.75”
(19mm)
12.5”
(318mm)
11.0”
(279mm)
1.20”
(31mm)
0.75”
(19mm)
0.9375”
(24mm)
1.40”
(36mm)
1.40”
(36mm)
5.10”
(130mm)
5.10”
(130mm)
13.0”
(330mm)
5.10”
(130mm)
6.5625”
(167mm)
0.9375”
(24mm)
3.25”
(83mm)
3.25”
(83mm)
3.25”
(83mm)
1.0”
(25mm)
1.0”
(25mm)
1.0”
(25mm)
Hochiki America Corp.
7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268, 714-522-2246, Fax: 714-690-7890, www.hochiki.com
IIFN-600ULX
G02N
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10.5”
(267mm)
1.0”
(25mm)
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