PDD-8PCI - Rutherford Controls

PDD-8PCI - Rutherford Controls
INSTALLATION
PDD-8PCI
PDD-8PCI
Power Distribution Board
With Supervised Interface
Installation and Specifications Manual
Details
The PDD-8PCI board is a power distribution/control interface. This board can be used to
convert a non-power limited DC power source to 8 Class II power limited outputs that can be
controlled by a fire alarm control panel. Each output can be selectively set to turn ON, OFF, or
remain unchanged when the fire alarm control panel triggers the board.
Features
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8 class II Power Limited Outputs with Auto-Resetting Circuit Breakers
Each Output is Individually Selectable to turn On, turn Off, or Always On when Triggered
Outputs can be Triggered with:
1. Voltage or Reverse Polarity (opto isolated)
2. N/O or N/C Switch with Supervised EOL
Form C Contacts (TRIGGERED) and Red LED (TRG) Indicate Trigger Status
Form C Contacts (TROUBLE) and Green LED (TRB)
Indicate:
1. One of the Output Circuit Breakers is Tripped
2. Main Fuse Blown or no Power on Input
Universal 11-29VDC Operation
Each Output Pair has a Removable Terminal Block
Each Output has a Green Status LED
Main Power has Green Status LED
Main Power Pull and Fuse
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Installation Instructions
1. Mount the PDD-8PCI board in a suitable location in close proximity to the power supply.
Note:
a) As this device is used to power multiple devices ensure that all wiring is of an appropriate
gauge for the devices being installed.
b) The RCI PDD-8PCI board is for use in a controlled environment. Installation must be in
accordance with local building and fire codes. Check with Authority Having Jurisdiction
(AHJ) for details prior to installing.
c) All power limited wiring must be a minimum of .25” from non-power limited wiring.
2. Connect “MAIN” terminals to output of DC supply, paying close attention to polarity of DC
output from power supply.
3. Connect devices to be powered to output terminals of PDD-8PCI control board, paying
close attention to polarity requirements.
4. Set trigger jumpers (J1-J8) as required for each outputs connected device
(See Fig. 1 Notes).
5. Connect fire alarm control panel to desired TRIGGER input terminals.
a) (See fire alarm control panel installation and operation manual for details about
signaling requirements.)
b) (FIG’S 1-6 in this installation guide will provide details on wiring to the fire alarm
control panel)
6. Connect any required monitoring equipment to the trouble and trigger relays using
appropriate cabling.
7. The unit is to be powered from the model 10-5 power supply or a UL listed power
limited supply.
8. Apply power to power supply to activate control board and test all connected devices.
Specifications
Note: For UL listed power supply
Input
• Input Voltage: 10.4-13.7 @ 12VDC, 22.7-25.2 @ 24VDC
• Typical Current Draw with no Output Load: 90-160mA
Output
• 12VDC nominal, 10.4-13.7 VDC, 5A
24VDC nominal, 22.7-25.2 VDC, 3A
• 1-8 Continuous Duty rating: 1.23A each
• Current Overload Protection: Auto resetting PTC type
Note: Total output not exceed 5A @ 12VDC, 3A @ 24VDC
Monitor Inputs
• Voltage Trigger: MIN: 20% < Input voltage MAX: 30VDC
• EOL (End of Line) Trigger: Trigger at + or – 50% of 2.2K
Monitor Outputs
• Trouble Relay Rating: 2A @ 120VAC 1A @ 220VAC
• Trigger Relay Rating: 2A @ 120VAC 1A @ 220VAC
Environmental
• Product is not for use in outdoor environments
Description of PDD-8PCI Connections
Power Input (-MAIN+)
Main DC power input. These terminals can accept 11-30VDC and are polarity sensitive.
The input voltage will be the same as the voltage on the output. Power limiting is not
required. Wires connecting the MAIN terminals to the power supply must be sized
appropriately for the total load connected to all outputs.
(-1 + through -8+)
Terminals 1-8 are outputs whose states may be changed by activation of the trigger
input(s). Each of these paired output terminal blocks are Class II power limited and can be
unplugged from the board for easy servicing. Each output is rated at 1.23A of continuous
duty and controlled by an automatically resetable PTC circuit breaker. Jumpers J1-J8
determine the NORMAL and TRIGGERED states of these outputs (See jumper explanation
for details.
Trigger Input (EOL)
End Of Line resistor terminal. When connecting a Fire Alarm Control Panel to the PDD8PCI board the EOL terminals can be used to monitor this connection. Simply by installing
the supplied 2.2K resistor at the relay in the Fire Panel the connecting wire can be
supervised for faults. When the 2.2K EOL resistor changes by more than 50% due to
either an open or a short, this trigger activates the trigger outputs. If the EOL trigger is not
used the 2.2K resistor should be left on the terminals to keep the trigger at normal status.
Trigger Input (-DC+)
A DC voltage between 11 and 30VDC applied to this terminal pair with the indicated
polarity will activate the trigger outputs. This output is fully isolated with an optical
isolating relay and can be operated by a reverse polarity output from a fire control panel.
The minimum input voltage for this trigger is 20% less than the main input supply voltage.
Trigger Output (N/C, C, N/O)
A triggered state is indicated by the de-activation of this relay if either of the Trigger inputs
sense a state change. This relay is energized at all times when the PDD-8PCI is powered
and the Trigger inputs are not in an alarm state. Upon a state change on the Trigger inputs
the relay de-energizes, changing the state of the output contacts. (“Normal”, in this case,
is the energized state.)
Trouble Output (N/C, C, N/O)
A trouble state is indicated by the de-activation of this relay if any one of the output PTC
circuit breakers are triggered (short circuit), or if main power is lost due to power outage
or main fuse failure. This relay is energized at all times when the PDD-8PCI board is
powered. Upon initiation of a trouble sequence the relay de-energizes, changing the state
of the output contacts. (“Normal”, in this case, is the energized state.)
FIG. 1
Trouble LED
Trigger LED
Power LED
Note:
J1-J3 = NORM+
In the NORM+
position the output
will be active when
the PDD-8PCI is
powered and will
de-activate during
a trigger condition.
J4-J5 = NO-TRIG
In the TRIG+
position the output
will not be active
when the PDD8PCI is powered
and will activate
during a trigger
condition
J6-J8 = TRIG+
In the NO-TRIG+ position the output will be active when the PDD-8PCI is powered and will
remain activated during a trigger condition.
Application Diagrams
FIG. 2 - Fire Panel Connection for Non-Latching Automatic Reset Operation
This application illustrates how to connect the PDD-8PCI to a power supply for main input
as well as a fire alarm control panel. If wired in this manner, trigger outputs will change
state only as long as the fire alarm relay is active. When the fire alarm resets the PDD8PCI outputs will also reset. (See next page).
FIG. 3 - Fire Panel Connections for Non-Latching Automatic Reset
Operation using Multiple PDD-8PCI
This application illustrates how to inter-connect multiple PDD-8PCI boards into a fire panel.
When a fire alarm is detected each PDD-8PCI board will be in a triggered condition. When the
fire alarm resets the PDD-8PCI outputs will also reset.
FIG. 4 - Fire Panel Connections for Latching Release with N/C Manual
Reset Using Multiple PDD-8PCI
This application illustrates how to inter-connect multiple PDD-8PCI boards into a fire panel
and latch the PDD-8PCI outputs. When a fire alarm is detected each PDD-8PCI board will go
into a triggered condition and latch. When the fire alarm resets the PDD-8PCI boards will stay
latched and must be manually reset with the N/C manual reset button.
FIG.5 - Fire Panel Connections for Latching Release with N/O Manual Reset
This application illustrates how to connect a PDD-8PCI board into a fire panel and latch the
PDD-8PCI outputs. When a fire alarm is detected the PDD-8PCI board will go into a triggered
condition and latch. When the fire alarm resets the PDD-8PCI board will stay latched and
must be manually reset with the N/O manual reset button.
FIG. 6 - Fire Panel Connections for Latching AC Fail Release with
N/C Manual Reset using Battery Backup.
This application illustrates how to connect the PDD-8PCI to a power supply for main
input as well as a fire alarm control panel. If wired in this manner, trigger outputs will
change state whenever the fire alarm relay activates or the AC power fails and remain
latched in the triggered state until reset by activating the N/C switch. By connecting a
battery to the system the PDD-8PCI can remove power from devices that require fail
safe operation but allow other devices (keypads, card readers) to remain operational.
PDD-8PCI Series Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
No DC output from terminals.
Solution
- Check AC Power.
- Check Power Supply for voltage output.
- Check devices connected to outputs for a
short circuit. (PTC’s may require short to
be removed for several minutes before
automatically resetting).
- Check trigger jumpers. Output
LED should be lit if output is active.
Trigger is active and will not reset.
- Check for proper wiring connections on
trigger connections.
- Ensure that 2.2K resistor is installed at
End of Line position in the wiring.
Trouble output relay is de-energized. (Relay
terminals are labeled shown in the Normal,
energized, “no trouble” condition. Relays
are energized when no trouble is detected).
- Check devices connected to outputs for a
short circuit. (PTC’s may require short to
be removed for several minutes before
automatically resetting).
Notes
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