DeltaNet FS90 Fire and Security System
DeltaNet FS90 Fire and Security System
SPECIFICATION DATA
FEATURES
• Conventional and intelligent detection and signaling
• Stand-alone operation and/or integration with higherorder systems
• Function boards for configuration to site requirements
• Easily changeable data file in nonvolatile memory
• Access control and door monitoring
• FS90 Command Center option
• Auto-Tuning Sensitivity
GENERAL
The DeltaNet FS90 Fire and Security (F&S) family of realtime, microprocessor-based controllers offers conventional
and intelligent fire detection and annunciation, security, and
access control. The family includes:
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DeltaNet FS90 F&S System for conventional zone alarm
verification, cross-zoning, annunciation, control,
individual zone alarm, supervisory and trouble indication,
zone disconnect switches, and a local audible signal.
Security functions include local and remote secure/
access switching and high-security line supervision.
DeltaNet FS90 Plus F&S System (“FS90 Plus”) for
intelligent F&S functions to monitor and control
individually addressable fire and security devices (rather
than zones). FS90 Plus can have up to nine Intelligent
Loop Interface Boards, each of which can have two 2wire circuits or one fault-tolerant 4-wire circuit. Each
circuit can monitor 99 addressable analog sensors plus
99 addressable control module or monitor module points,
up to a controller maximum of 967 points.
Copyright © 1996 Honeywell Inc. • All Rights Reserved
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DeltaNet FS90 Fire Management System for emergency
audio evacuation, communication, smoke control, and
fan system override. An Audio Cabinet houses audio
system components. A Fire Command Station allows fire
fighters to manage a fire situation through control of
evacuation signaling and message output, selective
public address, optional two-way telephone
communication, and override of automatic fan and
damper controls.
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DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor and DeltaNet
Access Control Supervisor/SPS for monitoring and
control of up to eight card readers and/or keypads per
controller. The system supports multiple card
technologies, multilevel antipassback, two-card access,
supervisor-required access, and elevator control.
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User-Modifiable Data File in Nonvolatile Memory:
The FS90 OS in CA Control Board EPROM uses EEPROMbased parameters to control F&S processing. At system
installation and whenever site requirements change, users
can modify parameter default values via CA Control Board
switches. LED indicators guide and confirm data entry. No
special equipment or wiring changes are needed.
DESCRIPTION
The DeltaNet FS90 Fire and Security (F&S) family of realtime, microprocessor-based controllers offers conventional
and intelligent fire detection and annunciation, security, and
access control. Sites can tailor F&S operation to
requirements with a selection of function boards. Detailed
descriptions of products within the family are as follows:
Versatile Alarm-Detection and Alarm-Signaling
Applications:
DeltaNet FS90 F&S System (“FS90”)
Supervised alarm-detection zones can provide:
Stand-Alone Operation and/or Integration with HigherOrder Systems:
FS90 consists of an enclosure with locking door, power
supply, batteries for standby power in the event of ac power
failure, Motherboard with eight slots for function boards and
terminal blocks for field wiring, a CA Control Board that can
control four fully loaded Motherboards, and function boards
appropriate for the site application. Single and double
enclosures accommodate one and two Motherboards,
respectively. To ensure integrity, the CA Control Board
checksums its Operating System (OS) every 24 hours, and
supervision circuits annunciate a trouble condition on
microprocessor failure.
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Supervised alarm-signaling zones can provide:
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FS90 can be a data gathering panel in systems such as the
DeltaNet Micro Central/DeltaNet Plus, DeltaNet Building
Supervisor—Integrated, and DELTA 1000 by addition of a
Communication Board and the necessary interconnect wiring.
If communication with the higher-order system is lost, FS90
independently continues its fire and security functions.
POWER
SUPPLY
MOTHERBOARD
Alarm and trouble indication by zone.
Individual zone disconnect.
Alarm verification: Time interval (60 seconds maximum)
at the end of which FS90 verifies an alarm occurrence.
Second Detector: On an alarm, a local audible sounds. If
a second alarm occurs on the same zone, FS90 sounds
an evacuation signal.
Supervision/Water-Flow Indications: For sprinkler-system
supervisory and water-flow (nonsilenceable) indication.
Two-wire or fault-tolerant initiating circuits.
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TERMINAL
BLOCKS
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Alarm and trouble indication by zone.
Two-wire or fault-tolerant indicating circuits.
Cross-Zoning: Indicating circuits can be logically ANDed.
Indicating (output) circuits can be logically ANDed or
ORed.
Signal Coding: Audible-signal frequency (20 to 120
pulses per minute) can be selected to accommodate
march-time coding.
Time-Delay: Time interval (eight minutes maximum)
between initiating circuit activation and relay/output
activation.
Time Cutoff: Time interval (eight minutes maximum)
between initiating circuit activation and indicating circuit
deactivation.
Supervised command outputs.
Individual indicating zone disconnect.
Optional High-Security Line Supervision:
For extra line security that can detect sophisticated attempts
to compromise the monitoring, an end-of-line transmitter
sends coded signals interpreted by a receiver on an FS90
function board. A mismatch between sent and received
signals or no signal from the transmitter results in an alarm.
This feature is UL Listed for Grade AA supervision.
BATTERIES
Optional Battery Supervision:
A battery supervision module mounted on the power supply
detects low-battery and no-battery conditions. Supervision
applies to all standard FS90 batteries.
8 SLOTS FOR
FUNCTION BOARDS
SINGLE ENCLOSURE
C49-3
Block Diagram of FS90.
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Isolation of Short-Circuit Faults from Selected Segments
of Loop:
The TC811A Fault Isolator Module enables part of a circuit to
continue operating when a short occurs on loop wiring. If a loop
configuration is used, one TC811A isolates a short to the part
of the loop between the TC811A and the FS90 Plus, allowing
the rest of the loop to operate normally. If two TC811As are
used, they isolate a short to the part of the loop between them.
In a star configuration, a TC811A can be used in each leg so a
short on one leg does not affect communications on any other.
DeltaNet FS90 Plus F&S System (“FS90 Plus”)
FS90 Plus includes all the features of FS90. In addition, it
offers:
Analog Information from Smoke and Thermal Sensors:
The TC806A and TC806B Photoelectric Smoke Sensors,
TC807A and TC807B Ionization Smoke Sensors, and TC808A
Electronic Thermal Sensor are tamper-resistant solid-state
devices that sense smoke density, particles of combustion,
and temperature levels, respectively. Each Sensor has a
unique point address from 01 to 99 on an intelligent loop
interface circuit and provides continuous, analog signals to
FS90 Plus. Each Sensor can be tested from FS90 Plus and
can also be locally tested using an externally applied magnet
to the Sensor base.
An integral red LED on the TC811A blinks to indicate normal
status and is steady ON to indicate a short on the loop.
Recognition of Trouble, Prealarm, and Alarm Conditions:
FS90 Plus recognizes normal and alarm conditions, belownormal sensor values that reveal a trouble condition, and
above-normal values that indicate either a prealarm condition
or the need for maintenance. An operator at the FS90 Plus or
higher-order system can read sensor address and condition.
The operator can also adjust alarm and prealarm thresholds
and other parameters.
FS90 Plus continuously scans Sensors to determine their
condition. When alarm threshold is reached, FS90 Plus
identifies device type and location (e.g., Smoke Sensor in
Room 206) and commands indicating circuits and individual
relays (e.g., to turn off fans) to respond to the alarm.
Alarm Verification and Priority Selection of Alarm Levels:
To minimize false alarms, FS90 Plus performs alarm
verification on selected individual sensors. Two alarm levels
enable critical alarms to override less critical alarms. For
example, a smoke sensor in alarm can override a security
contact, or a fire alarm from one floor can override fire alarms
from other floors. Alarms that are overridden remain in the
FS90 Plus and display after an operator acknowledges all
higher-priority alarms.
Two integral red LEDs on the Sensor blink each time FS90
Plus scans the Sensor. Optionally, the blink can be
suppressed. The LEDs latch ON in alarm.
Monitoring of the Condition of Fire Alarm and Security
Devices:
The TC809A and TC809B Monitor Modules provide an
addressable, two-wire (TC809A, B) or fault-tolerant (TC809A
only) initiating circuit for monitoring normally open contact,
fire alarm and supervisory devices, and either normally open
or normally closed security devices. The TC809A and B have
a point address from 101 to 199 on an intelligent loop
interface circuit and report circuit status (normal, open, or
short) to the FS90 Plus.
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An integral red LED on the TC809A blinks each time FS90
Plus scans it. The LED latches ON when the TC809A is in
alarm.
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Addressable Control of Indicating Outputs:
The TC810A Control Module provides an addressable,
supervised, two-wire or fault-tolerant indicating circuit (e.g.,
for audible devices, strobes) that supervises for normal,
open, or short conditions on the circuit. The TC810A has a
point address from 101 to 199 on an intelligent loop interface
circuit. When the TC810A receives a command from FS90
Plus, an internal relay energizes and activates its associated
indicating devices. The TC810A can also be wired to provide
a nonsupervised dry contact, spdt relay output to control
equipment such as fans and dampers.
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Sample FS90 Plus Circuit.
An integral red LED on the TC810A blinks each time FS90
Plus scans it. The LED latches ON when the indicating
circuit or relay is commanded ON.
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Auto-Tuning Sensitivity Compensates for
Environmental Effects:
A smoke sensor’s sensitivity can drift due to sensor aging
and environmental changes such as temperature, humidity,
and air velocity. This means that a sensor can become more
or less sensitive than the desired setting, depending on the
type of sensor. The FS90 Plus provides an optional selection
feature called Auto-Tuning Sensitivity (ATS) that provides
end users with optimum smoke sensor performance and
compensates for sensor age and environmental effects.
An EIP activates commands to points when the threshold for
a specified EIP initiator (either a physical point or an LPG) is
reached. Each EIP controls multiple output points and can be
chained to another EIP. With an external signal to supply day/
night or other status, an EIP can automatically activate the
secure/access changes needed for optimum site
management. For example, an EIP can change the status of
a security point to ACCESS during the day and SECURE at
night to ensure fewer nuisance alarms during normally
occupied times and greater security during normally
unoccupied times.
ATS maintains the set sensitivity of smoke sensors by
automatically and periodically readjusting the sensitivity of
each sensor. ATS sets the desired TC806 Photoelectric
Smoke Sensor or TC807 Ionization Smoke Sensor sensitivity
value directly to a value between 1.0 and 2.6 percent per foot
obscuration in 0.1 increments. (Due to the nature of the
TC806 Sensor, the sensitivity is rounded to a high, medium,
or low value.) The ATS algorithm measures the response
from a sensor in “clean air” and in a “test” mode. These
parameters determine the operating condition of a sensor.
Using the user-specified sensitivity value, ATS maintains the
set sensitivity by automatically and periodically calculating
the prealarm and alarm limits as necessary.
Sensor Self-Test:
FS90 Plus initiates a self-test each time the Panel Test switch
is activated. Every two minutes, FS90 Plus scans to see if a
self-test has been requested. When requested, LED
operation is verified. Then the first 15 seconds are used to
command all Sensors into self-test. For the next 15 seconds,
all Sensors are checked for a test value. If a received value is
less than the test value, a trouble is annunciated. In the last
15 seconds, Sensors are commanded to terminate self-test.
No alarms are reported during the 45 seconds of the self-test.
DeltaNet FS90 Fire Management System (“FMS”)
ATS also allows end users to meet requirements of NFPA 72
Chapter 7 (regarding the installation, maintenance, and use
of Protective Signaling Systems) with greatly reduced labor
efforts. The FS90 Plus is UL listed as a Sensitivity Test
Instrument in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 72
Chapter 7. ATS permits an FS90 Plus with a Command
Center option or an FS90 Plus in a higher-order system such
as an DeltaNet Building Supervisor—Integrated or DeltaNet
Graphic Central to measure the sensitivity of sensors.
Without ATS, each sensor must be physically connected to a
test instrument and its value recorded for the authority having
jurisdiction. With ATS, the sensitivity requirements are met
via the user interface which greatly reduces the field testing.
(Note that at these testing times, however, each sensor must
still be visually inspected and placed into alarm.)
FMS includes the features of FS90 and/or FS90 Plus. In
addition, it offers:
Fire Command Station (FCS):
FCS includes a maximum of four Motherboards with eight
function board slots each, a microphone, and an optional
telephone. FMS function boards provide audio and phone
control (for fire signal and evacuation message output, all-call
paging of multiple speakers), speaker and phone selection
(for individual selection of speaker and phone circuits, all-talk
two-way communication with multiple phones, optional phone
page to address audio speakers from a fire fighter telephone),
and Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
override (for two- and three-position control of fans, dampers,
and other nonaudio equipment).
Local Numeric and LED Display of Device Address and
Condition:
Local numeric and LED annunciation of sensor address and
condition occurs in addition to annunciation at a higher-order
operator terminal.
Audio Cabinet:
A single-channel Audio Cabinet includes a preamplifier, audio
amplifier, trouble detection panel, relay switching panel, card
rack with tone generator, input control panel, and power
supplies. In addition to this equipment, a dual-channel Audio
Cabinet has a second preamplifier, second audio amplifier,
and another card rack. Either configuration can optionally
include a backup preamplifier, backup audio amplifier, and a
message unit.
Logical Point Groups (LPGs) and Event-Initiated
Programs (EIPs):
LPGs activate an initiator when a user-specified number
of physical inputs in a group goes into alarm. The initiator
can then activate an EIP that controls fans, dampers, and
other user-specified devices. An LPG can include up to 15
devices (e.g., water-flow switches on different circuits) in a
specific FS90 Plus. A specific device can be in a
maximum of four LPGs.
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The Audio Cabinet also provides space to mount one or two
Switching/Supervisory Subpanels, each supporting up to three
Switching/Supervisory Boards. These Boards switch the audio
and phone trunks to and from speaker and phone circuits
respectively. They also provide supervision for speaker and
phone circuits. In applications where Switching/Supervisory
Boards are located remote from the Audio Cabinet, an Audio
Trunk Supervision Board provides supervision for the audio
trunk. Audio amplifiers also can be distributed at remote
locations, with or without local microphones.
DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor and DeltaNet
Access Control Supervisor/SPS
(“Access Control”)
Access Control boards can share an enclosure with other
FS90 functions or operate as a dedicated access system.
DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor Specification Data Sheet
74-2438 and DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor/SPS
Specification Data Sheet 74-2565 describe Access Control in
detail. The main features are:
Fire Signal:
When FCS detects an alarm, speaker circuits automatically
activate and sound the fire evacuation signal. Fire fighters can
manually activate the fire signal at any time. Individual selection
switches permit the fire fighter to selectively activate speaker
circuits and direct the fire alarm signal to the desired zones.
Integration with Graphic System:
Access Control is fully integrated into DeltaNet Building
Supervisor—Integrated operation. Operators display graphic
diagrams of access areas, enter data with familiar click and
type methods, and enter or change card holder information
with a visual matrix method that helps prevent errors. The
same facility allows operators to view the desired subset of
card holders based on specified card data (e.g., car color).
Evacuation Message:
An optional Message Unit can provide prerecorded
messages. When a fire occurs, the prerecorded message
automatically outputs to the speakers. Message output
overrides the fire evacuation signal. A fire fighter can
manually activate or silence the prerecorded message at any
time. Individual selection switches permit the fire fighter to
selectively activate speaker circuits and direct the message to
desired zones.
Support for Major Card Technologies:
Cards can employ magnetic stripe, barium ferrite, proximity,
and Wiegand technologies. A Personal Identification Number
(PIN) Pad can be operated in addition to or in place of a card
reader.
Support for Common Access Control Applications:
Access Control supports all common access strategies:
Microphone and Telephone:
Fire fighters can use the FCS microphone to broadcast
information to building occupants in specific zones or to
instruct fire fighters throughout a building. An all-call function
selects all zones and allows the fire fighter to address all
building occupants. In single-channel configurations, the
microphone overrides message and fire signal output. In
dual-channel configurations, the microphone allows
broadcast of a message to selected zones without fire signal
interruption. The optional telephone provides two-way
communication between the FCS and fire fighters.
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HVAC Override:
FMS can be programmed to automatically open and close
HVAC fans and dampers to control smoke. FCS allows
manual override of this automatic control.
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Area programming to determine where card holders can
go and how the system is to report card
holder location.
Card types to indicate whether a card holder is an
employee, supervisor, or a visitor needing
an escort.
Elevator control to limit card holder access to just the
floors in the assigned floor group(s).
Extra time to enter and exit for personnel with handicaps
or bulky equipment (e.g., mail carts).
Multilevel antipassback to prevent unauthorized entry.
Two-card rule to ensure that a card holder is never in a
high-security or hazardous area alone.
Supervisor rule to ensure that a supervisor is present
whenever workers enter certain areas.
250 schedules with 8 day/time periods per schedule.
PINs with 3, 4, 5, or 6 digits.
Duress codes.
1000-event buffer for storage
of transactions during communication loss.
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DeltaNet FS90 Command Center Option
(“Command Center”)
Any DeltaNet F&S System, whether stand-alone or connected
to a higher-order system, can include an optional Command
Center for alarm and trouble message display and optional
printout, and for data display and entry from a keypad.
DISPLAY WINDOW
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DeltaNet FS90 Command Center Operator Panel.
Alarm and Trouble Message Display and Printout
Display and strip print capability enhances alarm and trouble
recording. Under normal conditions, the four-line 40character-per-line Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) window
shows time and date and a “system normal” message. On a
Change-of-State (COS), backlighting turns on and the display
shows point address, condition (e.g., alarm or trouble), COS
time and date, descriptor (32 characters maximum), and
action message (40 characters maximum). COS data also
prints on the 40-column printer. A status line displays the
number of unacknowledged COSs, fire alarms, other alarms,
and troubles. When the display window is inactive for five
minutes, backlighting automatically turns off.
POINT
ADDRESS
POINT
DESCRIPTOR
POINT
CONDITION
DATE AND
TIME OF ALARM
01.07.055 ALARM
ACTION
MESSAGE
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10:31 31/AUG/90
ION DETECTOR FOURTH FLOOR ROOM 2
CALL FIRE DEPARTMENT
Keypad Entry of Data:
Function keys with mnemonic labels along with prompts in
the display window make it easy to do the everyday
operations (e.g., display sensor value, acknowledge alarms,
test panel) normally performed from switches on the CA
Control Board and other function boards. In addition,
Command Center includes several special-purpose keys:
AV=097
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9-321-4567
001–UNACK 002–FIRE 000–TRBL
SYSTEM STATUS
(2 FIRE ALARMS, 1 UNACKNOWLEDGED)
000–OTHER
C4139-1
Sample FS90 Plus Alarm Display.
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MODIFY to update date and time, add and delete
operators, add
and change action messages and point descriptors, and
change sensor limits.
OPTION to select and execute up to seven
preprogrammed sequences of commands (e.g., if a
special start-up sequence after power failure or a day/
night transition is needed).
COMMAND to send on/off,
on/off/auto, secure/access, day/night, lockout,
disconnect, isolate, disable, and enable commands to
points. In addition, an operator can test all sensors.
F1-F4 in conjunction with other function keys to perform
the specific operation desired. For example, after an
operator presses COMMAND and inputs point address,
the display window shows available commands and the
F1-F4 key needed to implement each one.
Only authorized operators with a valid PIN have access to the
COMMAND, REPORTS, MODIFY, and OPTION keys.
Actions taken with COMMAND, MODIFY, and OPTION keys
are recorded on the strip printer along with operator initials,
date, and time.
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Reports:
The REPORTS key allows authorized operators to display or
print many reports and summaries:
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SPECIFICATIONS
Models:
❏ DeltaNet FS90 Fire and Security System
❏ DeltaNet FS90 Plus Fire and Security System
❏ DeltaNet FS90 Fire Management System
❏ DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor
❏ DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor/SPS
All Points
Alarm Summary
Trouble Summary
Status Summary (secure/access points and all output
points)
Disabled Points
Isolated Points (input alarm and trouble indications
received but not acted on)
Disconnected Points (outputs)
Sensitivity Log (to determine maintenance needs for
intelligent sensors and to display point sensitivity
values)
Single Point Log (printout of the point currently on
display)
Historical Log (last 100 COSs in chronological order)
Logical Point Groups (physical points in LPGs and
their status)
Trend Log
ALARM SUMMARY
FS90
Motherboard:
Four 14505102 Motherboards maximum, 8 function boards
per Motherboard
One CA Control Board per FS90
Environmental Operating Limits:
Temperature: 32 to 120F (0 to 49C)
Humidity: 5 to 95% rh, noncondensing
Communication:
Depending on Communication
Board: Current loop, tone, telephone channels, dc-coupled,
ac-coupled, fiber optic
09:24 15SEP90
01.02.003 ALARM
THIRD FLOOR NORTH WING ROOM #304
12:01 13SEP90
AV=102
01.05.136 ALARM SEC
SOUTH LOBBY DOOR
16:34 14SEP90
Wiring:
Two-wire, three-wire, four-wire, or fault-tolerant
Power Supply:
14505148-001 Power Supply
14505145 Power Supply Cable
Power Supply/Charger:
28V dc output
2A maximum in supervision
4A maximum in alarm/recharge
Input 120V ac, +10%, –15%, 50/60 Hz
Batteries:
24V dc, float-charged from power supply/charger
C4140-1
Sample FS90 Plus Alarm Summary Log.
******* ALARM SENSITIVITY REPORT *******
11:35 14/OCT/93
25.02.004 NORMAL
4-WIRE AE SENSOR 2003, SLOT 10
Day
Night
Prealarm
22
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Alarm
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24
11:09 14/OCT/93
AV=001
Enclosures:
14505151-007/005 Enclosure with Knockouts (Single/Double)
14505151-003/004 Enclosure without Knockouts (Single/
Double)
14505152-001/002 Enclosure Door (Single/Double)
14505152-005 Stainless Steel Door (Double)
C7307
Sample FS90 Plus Sensitivity Log.
Enclosure Dimensions:
Single Enclosure: 24 in. (610 mm) high by 22-1/4 in.
(566 mm) wide by 7-3/4 in. (197 mm) deep
Double Enclosure: 38 in. (966 mm) high by 22-1/4 in.
(566 mm) wide by 7-3/4 in. (197 mm) deep
Mounting:
Surface or semiflush
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Shipping Weights:
Motherboard: 2.5 lb (1.13 kg)
Power Supply: 8 lb (3.6 kg)
Enclosures:
Single: 23 lb (10.4 kg)
Double 31 lb (14.1 kg)
Enclosure Door:
Single: 8 lb (3.6 kg)
Double 12 lb (5.4 kg)
Batteries:
14506056-001 (two for 6.5 Ah): 5.7 lb (2.6 kg)
14506056-002 (two for 26 Ah): 18.7 lb (8.5 kg)
14506690-001 LL RS-232 Communication/Display Board
(FS90 Plus interface to intelligent loops and higher-order
systems, displays specific point information)
AE and LJ/LL Board Capacities:
AE Board:
Up to nine boards per FS90 Plus (maximum 9 AE circuits)
Two 2-wire circuits or one 4-wire fault-tolerant loop per
board
Per circuit: Up to 99 addressable Smoke and/or Thermal
Sensors and up to 99 Monitor Modules or Control
Modules. An additional 20 Fault Isolator Modules can be
added over and above the Module/Sensor total.
Optional Accessories:
14506056-001 Battery: Two for 6.5 Ah, four for 13 Ah
14506056-002 Battery: Two for 26 Ah
14505377 Battery Harness for 6.5 Ah and 13 Ah batteries
14505375 Battery Harness for 26 Ah batteries
14506408 Battery Supervision Module
14505172 Control Relay Assembly
14505149 Legend Cards
14502412 Lightning Protector
14505154-001 Motherboard-to-Motherboard Interconnect
Cable for inside enclosure
14505154-002 Motherboard-to-Motherboard Interconnect
Cable between enclosures
14506430 Remote Transmitter End-of-Line Device for highsecurity monitor
14505159 Tamper Switch
14006090-165501 Bus Extender/Repeater (for FS90 panel
mounting)
14006090-165502 Bus Extender/Repeater (for remote
mounting)
NOTE: All devices on circuit can be in alarm simultaneously.
LJ or LL Board:
One board per FS90 Plus
Annunciation of devices on up to nine AE Board 2-wire
circuits and/or 4-wire fault-tolerant circuits
Up to 198 Logical Point Groups, each with up to 15
physical points; each physical point can be assigned to
up to four LPGs.
Up to 255 Event-Initiated Programs; each EIP controls up
to 32 output points and can be chained to another EIP.
Additional Equipment:
Sensors:
TC806Aand TC806B Photoelectric Sensors
TC807A and TC807B Ionization Sensors
TC808A Electronic Thermal Sensor
Modules:
S464 Addressable Manual Station
TC809A and TC809B Monitor
Modules
TC810A Control Module
TC811A Fault Isolator Module
Optional:
For DELTA 1000 applications only:
LB, LC, LD, LE, or LF Communication Board as required
Software:
S958 DeltaNet FS90 Fire and Security
Operating System
Approvals:
UL 864 Listed for use in NFPA 71, 72 applications
UL 1076 Listed for Proprietary Burglar Alarm
FM Approved for Fire Alarm Systems
California State Fire Marshal
Material & Equipment Approval — New York City
Wiring Limitations Worst Case.
FS90 Plus
All FS90 specifications apply.
In addition:
Required Boards:
14505132 AE Intelligent Loop Interface Board (FS90 Plus
interface to intelligent Sensors and Modules)
14506344 LJ RS-485 Communication/Display Board (FS90
Plus interface to intelligent loops and higher-order systems,
displays specific point information)
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Wire
Type *
Wire Gage
(sq mm)
Length in
Feet
(Meters)
AE 2-Wire Loop
AK3741
18 (0.8)
1900 (579)
without
AK3750
16 (1.3)
3000 (914)
T-Tapping †
Ak3752
14 (2.1)
4800 (1463)
AE 4-Wire
AK3741
18 (0.8)
950 (290)
Fault-Tolerant
AK3750
16 (1.3)
1500 (457)
Loop §
AK3752
14 (2.1)
2400 (732)
Board/
Configuration
* All wiring is twisted pair, nonshielded.
† Based on 198 devices all at end of loop.
§ Based on 198 devices at furthest point in loop and in
open condition.
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FMS Fire Command Station
LOOP
NUMBER
LOOP
NUMBER
All FS90 and/or FS90 Plus specifications apply. In addition:
ALARM 1
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
ALARM 2
PREALARM
PREALARM
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
FCS Enclosure:
❏ 14505151-005 FCS Enclosure and 14506333 FCS Dead
Front Assembly (with dead front panel that conceals
internal wiring from function board switches and LEDs
and a bracket for mounting microphone and telephone
assemblies)
Dimensions: 38 in. (966 mm) high, 22-1/4 in. (566 mm)
wide, 7-3/4 in. (197 mm) deep
Weight: 31 lb (14.1 kg)
❏ 14505152-002 FCS Enclosure Door
Weight: 12 lb (5.4 kg)
LEDs
LOOP
NUMBER
LEDs
ALARM 1
Electrical Requirements:
Power Input: 24V dc from Audio Cabinet power supply
Input Current:
Maximum 4A at 28V dc per
Motherboard
Nominal 1A per Motherboard (typical supervisory
condition)
ALARM 2
PREALARM
TROUBLE
TWO TWO-WIRE
CIRCUITS
ONE FAULT-TOLERANT
CIRCUIT
Microphone Assembly:
❏ 14506349 Microphone Assembly, dynamic noisecanceling, bidirectional, handheld
Frequency Response: 200 to 5000 Hz
Output Level: –60 dB
Sensitivity: –154 dB low impedance
Load Impedance: Low impedance (150-ohm)
Cable: Low-impedance, 6 ft (1.8m), 4-conductor (two
shielded) rubber-jacketed coil
Switch: On/off (two separate circuits)
AE BOARD
LOOP
NUMBER
3
0
POINT
NUMBER
2
NUMERIC
DISPLAY
OF
ADDRESS
PORT 1 TBL
PORT 2 TBL
LOG ACTIVE
Telephone Assembly (Optional):
❏ 14506348 Telephone Assembly
Transmitter: Carbon, nonpositional, 25-ohm impedance,
57-dB output at 300 Hz
Receiver: Ring armature diaphragm, 150-ohm impedance
at 1 kHz
7
ALARM 1
ACK
ALARM 2
PREALARM
LEDs
TROUBLE
ALL PT
MULTIPLE
ALARMS/TBL
ALM SUM
FMS Audio Cabinet
All FS90 specifications apply. In addition:
PREVIOUS
NEXT
LJ/LL BOARD
MOMENTARY
SWITCH
PREVIOUS
NEXT
Models:
❏ 14506415-001 Single-channel Audio Cabinet
❏ 14506415-002 Dual-channel Audio Cabinet
LH BOARD
C1489-2
Power Supply/Charger
Input: 120V ac, +10%, -15%, 50/60 Hz
Output:
❏ 10A output for single-channel systems with 48-hour
recharge time.14506412-001
(input 4 amps).
❏ 20A output for dual- and single-channel systems with
24-hour recharge time. 14506412-002 (input 8 amps).
Indicators and Controls for AE, LJ, LL,
and LH Interface Boards.
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Cabinet:
Finish: Frame is off-white, baked enamel; back door is
textured charcoal, baked enamel
Dimensions: 83-3/8 in. (2118 mm) high, 22-1/8 in.
(562 mm) wide, 19-3/8 in. (493 mm) deep
Weight: 103 lb (46.7 kg) including back door
Input Sensitivity: 1V rms at 1 kHz for rated output
Output Impedance:
125W: 40 ohms (70.7V), 5 ohms (25V)
250W: 20 ohms (70.7V), 2.5 ohms (25V)
Fuses:
125W: 4A SLO-BLO fuse, 15A dc
250W: 6.25A SLO-BLO fuse ac, 25A dc
Mounting: 19-in. (483-mm) equipment rack
Input Current:
Amplifier
Size
125W
250W
125W
250W
24V dc Current (A) *
Supervisory
Alarm
In
In
With
Standby
With
Standby
120V
from
120V
from
ac
Batteries
ac
Batteries
Single-Channel
1.54
3.94
1.58
14.28
1.54
6.54
1.58
27.08
Dual-Channel
1.74
4.1
1.82
27.22
1.74
6.74
1.82
52.82
Preamplifier
(Standard and Backup Options):
Standard models provided with Audio Cabinet
Backup Option Models:
❏ 14506416-001 Backup Preamplifier for single-channel
model
❏ 14506416-002 Backup Preamplifier for dual-channel model
Electrical Requirements: 24 to 30Vdc at 50 mA nominal
Dimensions: 1-3/4 in. (45 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
8-1/2 in. (216 mm) deep
Input Impedance:
Microphone (low impedance): 200 ohms or less
Program (high impedance): 250K ohms (minimum),
single ended
Bridging Input: 100K ohms (minimum), single ended
Input Sensitivity:
Microphone: 0.25 mV rms
Program: 100 mV rms
Output Impedance: 600 ohms
Output Level:
Nominal: +2 dBm (1V rms)
Maximum: +18 dBm into 600 ohm load
Noise Level (with control full on):
Microphone: better than –63 dBv (at –67 dBv input)
Program: better than –75 dBv (100 mV rms input)
Distortion: less than 0.25%, from 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Frequency Response: ±1 dB from 20 Hz to 20 kHz (tone
controls flat)
Controls and Indicators:
Bass: ±15 dB (boost and cut) at 50 Hz
Treble: ±15 dB (boost and cut) at 10 kHz
* Battery current values measured with both amplifiers
operating at full power.
Audio Amplifiers
(Standard and Backup Option):
❏ 14506422-002: 125W rms at 70.7V rms
❏ 14506422-003: 250W rms at 70.7V rms
Backup Audio Amplifiers require a
Backup Preamplifier Option.
Electrical Requirements:
125W: 120V, 60 Hz, or 24-28Vdc:3.0A at 120V
250W: 120V, 60 Hz, or 24-28Vdc: 6.0A at 120V
Dimensions:
125W: 5-1/4 in. (134 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
6-5/8 in. (168 mm) deep
250W: 5-1/4 in. (134 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
15 in. (381 mm) deep
Shipping Weights:
125W: 22-1/2 lb (10.2 kg)
250W: 50 lb (22.6 kg)
Frequency Response: +0, –1 dB from 45 Hz to 20 kHz
Harmonic Distortion: Less than 0.5% 45 Hz (20 Hz for 250W)
to 20 kHz at rated output
Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than –90 dB below rated
output
Output Regulation: Better than 2 dB (1 dB for 250W) from no
load to full load
Input Impedance: 75K ohms
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Card Rack with Tone Generator:
Card Rack Capacity: 12 card slots maximum
Tone Generator: Supervised signaling generator with
standard backup tone generator.
Fire signal: Slow whoop tone (2.6 sec on, 0.4 sec off)
modulating from 600 to 1100 Hz. Other tones available as
options.
Dimensions: 3-1/2 in. (89 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
9-1/4 in. (235 mm) deep
Weight: 6 lb 12 oz. (3.1 kg)
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Message Unit (Optional):
Models:
❏ 14506417-002 Message Unit for single-channel model
❏ 14506417-002 Message Unit for dual-channel model
Message: Digitized audio stored in up to four EPROMs;
each EPROM saves 7.5-second message; message time
ranges from 7.5 to 30 sec.
Message Repeats: Up to four consecutive times with pause
(1 to 30 sec) between message repeats
Electrical Requirements: 24V dc at 250 mA nominal,
300 mA peak
Dimensions: 1-3/4 in. (45 mm) high,
19 in. (483 mm) wide, 7 in. (178 mm) deep
Bandwidth: 50 Hz to 3.4 kHz
Inputs: Stop and start; dry contact closure
Audio Output: 600-ohm transformer coupled line level preset
to –5 dBm
Error/Fail Relay: Supervised output; Form A contact rated 1A,
24V noninductive load, closed in nonfailure mode
Playback Relay: Form A contact rated 1A, 24V noninductive
load, closed in playback mode
Additional Switching/Supervisory Subpanels can be
located in a standard FS90 enclosure; a subpanel uses one
Motherboard position.
Audio Trunk Supervision Board:
14506440 Audio Trunk Supervision Board, used with
14506410 Mounting Bracket
Access Control
See DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor Specification Data
Sheet 74-2438 and DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor/SPS
Specification Data Sheet 74-2565 for details.
Required Boards:
14506930 AR Reader Interface Board
14505106 AC Initiating Board for door contact/strike
supervision
14505112 DA Accessory Relay Board for door strike and
elevator control
Input Control Panel:
Electrical Requirements: 24V dc at 500 mA nominal
Dimensions: 3-1/2 in. (89 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
8 in. (204 mm) deep
Weight: 3 lb (1.35 kg)
Supervisory Tone: 27 Hz
Capacities:
Maximum 2 AR Boards per Motherboard
Maximum 4 readers (any combination of technologies) and 4
request-to-exit switches per AR Board
Maximum 8 readers per FS90
Maximum 16,000 cards per AR Board
Maximum 16,000 cards per DeltaNet Building Supervisor—
Integrated or DeltaNet Graphic Central
Maximum 240 areas
Maximum 240 elevators
Maximum 96 floors
Maximum 250 schedules with 8 day/time periods each
Maximum 250 floor groups, each with a schedule that has 8
day/ time periods
Trouble Detection Panel:
Electrical Requirements: 24V dc at 150 mA
Dimensions: 1-3/4 in. (45 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
3-1/2 in. (89 mm) deep
Weight: 4 lb (1.8 kg)
Relay Switching Panel:
Capacity: 1 to 10 relays
Relay: Four-pole, double-throw
Contacts: 3A, 28V dc or 3A, 115V ac
Electrical Requirements: 24V dc, 40 mA for each relay
Dimensions: 3-1/2 in. (89 mm) high, 19 in. (483 mm) wide,
7-3/4 in. (197 mm) deep
Weight: 6 lb 7 oz. (2.9 kg)
Software:
S999 DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor Operating System
S1010 DeltaNet Access Control Supervisor/SPS Software
DeltaNet Building Supervisor—Integrated Personal Computer
requires standard system software plus DOS SQLBase
Single-User/Run from Gupta Technologies Inc. (called
“DBWindows” on screen)
Switching/Supervisory Subpanel
and Boards:
Subpanel Model: 14505182
Switching/Supervisory Subpanel Subpanel Mounting: The
Audio Cabinet supports up to two subpanels. Each
subpanel supports up to three Switching/Supervisory
Boards.
❏ 14506304-010: Used in single-channel applications to
supervise and switch up to four speaker circuits to and
from the audio trunk.
❏ 14506304-008: Used in conjunction with single-channel
board to perform channel switching functions for
dual-channel applications; does not provide supervision.
❏ 14506304-009: Used to supervise and switch up to four
phone circuits to and from the phone trunk.
Accessories:
Card readers (magnetic stripe, barium ferrite, proximity,
Wiegand)
Door strikes
Request-to-exit switches (n.o. or n.c.)
Approvals:
UL 294 Listed as Access Control System Control Unit
FM approval does not apply
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Display: Four lines, 40 characters/ line, LCD with integral
backlighting
Printer: 40-column, paper take-up mechanism, Paper
Advance and On-Line switches and indicators
Point Descriptors: 32 characters maximum
Action Messages: 16 maximum, 40 characters each
Text Programming: Off-line via a portable personal computer
DeltaNet FS90 Command Center
Model:
❏ 14506817-002 DeltaNet FS90 Command Center Option
❏ 14506817-003 DeltaNet FS90
Command Center Option without printer
Clock: Real-time clock with battery to back up RAM
Mounting: In top half of double FS90 enclosure, occupying
the space of one Motherboard
Software:
S994 DeltaNet FS90 LH Command Center Board Operating
System
S996 DeltaNet FS90 Portable Programming Terminal (PPT)
software
Communication:
LH Interface Board required
Interface: RS-232 ports
Operator Interface:
LEDs: Yellow for port trouble and setup mode; red for port
transmit and receive
Keys: 0-9, F1-F4, Acknowledge, Clear, Command, Enter,
Evacuate, Modify, Next, Option, Panel Test,
Previous, Reports, Reset, Silence, Status; switchable to
alphabetic (A-Z)
Function Board Summary
Function Board
Description
Controls
Indicators
Disconnect per circuit
Alarm and Trouble per
circuit, Trouble on AJ
output test failure
❏
AA, AJ Initiating four zone, two-wire
14505106 AA
14505106-004 AJ
Four supervised circuits (50
ohms, 60 mA max) for n.o. alarm
devices and compatible smoke
detectors.
AJ output test (screw terminals
to board) checks short for
alarm, open for trouble.
❏
AB, AK Initiating two zone, four-wire
14505108 AB
14505108-002 AK
Disconnect per circuit
Two supervised circuits (50
ohms, 60 mA max) for n.o. alarm
devices and compatible smoke
detectors.
AK output test (screw terminals
to board) checks short for
alarm, open for trouble.
Alarm and Trouble per
circuit, Trouble on AK
output test failure
❏
AC Initiating
four-zone,
two-wire
14505106 AC
Four supervised circuits (50
ohms, 60 mA max) for n.o.
contacts only.
Disconnect per circuit
Security: Alarm per
circuit
Fire: Alarm and Trouble
per circuit
❏
AD Digital Input
14505118
Eight inputs for n.o. or n.c.
contacts or for logical inputs.
N/A
Circuit energized
❏
AE Intelligent Loop
Interface
14505132
Two 2-wire or one 4-wire fault tolerant initiating loop for
intelligent sensors.
N/A
Alarm 1, Alarm 2,
Prealarm, and Trouble
❏
AF Security Initiating
14505188-001
Four 2-wire supervised security
circuits with secure/access
switching.
Secure/access switch
per circuit
Alarm, Access, and
Secure per circuit
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Function Board Summary (Continued)
Function Board
Description
Controls
Indicators
❏
AG Security Initiating
14505188-002
Four 2-wire supervised security
circuits.
N/A
Alarm, Access, and
Secure per circuit
❏
AH High-Security Line Four 2-wire supervised UL
Grade AA high-security circuits
Monitor
14506432
Access per circuit
Alarm and Access per
circuit
❏
AR Reader Interface
14506930
Interface to four card readers
maximum. Maximum of two AR
Boards per FS90.
N/A
Tamper per card reader,
strike power alarm
❏
BF Indicating
two-zone,
two-wire,
two relays
14505110
Two supervised circuits (2.0A
max) for polarized bells, horns,
and visuals. Two relays with
user-selectable n.o. or n.c.
contacts (2A, 30V dc max
resistive load)
Disconnect per circuit
Alarm and Trouble per
circuit. Relays are
energized.
❏
BG Indicating
two-zone,
four-wire,
14505126
Two supervised circuits (2.0A
max) for polarized bells, horns,
and visuals.
Disconnect per circuit
Alarm and Trouble per
circuit
❏
CA Control
14505104
Outputs: 24V dc,. 100 mA,
common trouble, and smoke
detector reset.
Silence, Acknowledge, Alarm, Trouble, Silence,
Reset, Panel Test,
Low Battery, Ground
Manual Evacuation
Fault, Disconnect,
Power, Setup, Run
❏
CC Audio Control
(with driver)
14506302-003
Outputs: 24V dc, 100 mA, tone
generator, message unit, all call
Fire Signal, Message,
All Call
Fire Signal ON,
Message ON, All Call
(CH1 or CH2), Audio
Select Status, Trouble
❏
CE Phone Control
(with driver)
14506302-004
Outputs: 24V dc, 100 mA, page Page Enable, All Talk
enable, all talk.
Call In, Trunk Trouble,
Page Enable, All Talk,
Phone Select Status,
Phone Trouble
❏
DA Accessory Relay
14505112-001
Four unsupervised relays (2A,
30V dc max resistive load),
each with n.o. contacts only
N/A
Circuit Energized
❏
DB Remote Driver
14505116
Eight supervised circuits
(100 mA).
N/A
Circuit Energized and
Trouble per circuit
❏
DC Accessory Relay
14505112-002
Four unsupervised relays (2A,
30V dc max resistive load),
each with user-selectable n.o.
or n.c. contacts.
N/A
Circuit Energized
❏
LA Communication
(Sentara)
14505120
Dc-coupled/ac-coupled, twoN/A
or three-wire for communication
between Communication
Processor and FS90
Transmit, Receive,
Communication Fail
❏
LB, LC
Communication
(DELTA 1000/DCP)
14505122-001, -002
LB: dc, two-wire
LC: dc, four-wire
N/A
Transmit, Receive,
Communication Fail
❏
LD, LE
Communication
(DELTA 1000/DCP)
14505128-001, -002
LD: Tone, two-wire, four-wire
LE: Tone, eight-wire
N/A
Transmit, Receive,
Communication Fail
❏
LF Communication
(DELTA 1000/DCP)
14505122-003
Fiber optic, redundant halfduplex
N/A
Transmit, Receive,
Communication Fail
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Function Board Summary (Continued)
Function Board
Description
Controls
❏
LH Interface
14506788-002
Printer/Display Interface Board
Acknowledge, All Point Transmit, Receive, Port
Log, Alarm Summary
Trouble, Log Active
Log, Previous, Next
❏
LJ RS-485
Communication/
Display 14506344
—OR—
LL RS-232
Communication/
Display 14506690
Communication to DeltaNet
Micro Central/Excel Plus
System and FS90 Plus
Previous, Next
Transmit, Receive,
Communication Fail, four
7-segment LEDs, Alarm
1, Alarm 2, Prealarm,
Trouble, Multiple Alarm
and Trouble
❏
LK Interface
14506788-003
Annunciator Interface Board
N/A
Transmit, Receive, Port
Trouble
❏
SB Audio Selection,
Single-Channel
14506302-002
Controls up to four speakers
CH1 (Speaker circuit
enabled)
CH1
❏
SD Phone Talk
Selection
14506302-002
Selects individual phone
circuits in a selected phone
system
Talk (Phone circuit
enabled)
Talk
❏
SF HVAC Override
Two-Position
14506302-002
Provides override control of
fans and dampers from FCS.
Not a primary fan or damper
control.
On, Off
On, Off
❏
SH Audio Selection,
Dual-Channel
14506302-001
Controls up to four speakers
CH1/CH2 (Speaker
circuit enabled)
CH1/CH2
❏
SK HVAC Override
Three-Position
14506302-001
Provides override control of
fans and dampers from FCS.
Not a primary fan or damper
control.
On, Off, Auto
On, Off, Auto
❏
VA Transmitter
14505114
Supervised local energy and
master circuits, Form C
contacts (2A, 30V dc max) and
supervised 24V dc polarity
reversal (2.0A) telephone line.
N/A
Alarm, Trouble, Circuit
Energized
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Home and Building Control
Honeywell Inc.
Honeywell Plaza
P.O. Box 524
Minneapolis MN 55408-0524
Home and Building Control
Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée
155 Gordon Baker Road
North York, Ontario
M2H 3N7
Honeywell Latin American Division
Miami Lakes Headquarters
14505 Commerce Way Suite 500
Miami Lakes FL 33016
Honeywell Europe S.A.
3 Avenue du Bourget
B-1140 Brussels
Belgium
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Rev. 8-96
Printed in U.S.A. on recycled paper
containing at least 10%
16 post-consumer paper fibers
Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc.
Room 3213-3225
Sun Hung Kai Centre
No. 30 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong
www.honeywell.com
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