2600HD - Protectowire

2600HD - Protectowire

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PROTECTOWIRE

HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL FIRE CONTROL PANEL

OPERATING & MAINTAINANCE MANUAL

FM

APPROVED

AN ISO9001 REGISTERED COMPANY

The Protectowire Co. Inc. Post Office Box 200, Hanover MA 02339-0200 USA 781-826-3878 Fax 781-826-2045

Manufacturer of Special Hazard Fire Detection Systems

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Company Information....................................................................................................................................Pg 1

Notice.............................................................................................................................................................Pg 2

2600 Series - Information and Specifications................................................................................................Pg 3

2600 Series - Information and Specifications cont. ......................................................................................Pg 4

2600 Series - Detection and Field Wiring......................................................................................................Pg 5

2600 Ordering Guide .....................................................................................................................................Pg 6

2600 Battery Calculations .............................................................................................................................Pg 7

2600 Series Notification Appliance Circuit Wire Estimator ..........................................................................Pg 8

Model Numbering and Options

2600 Panel Model Types ...............................................................................................................................Pg 9

Auxiliary Power Supply - MB-97-UC1 - Option “UC1” .............................................................................Pg 10

Jumper Configuration - MB-97-UC1 .....................................................................................................Pg 11

Main Board - MB-97 .....................................................................................................................................Pg 12

Jumper Configuration MB-97 ...................................................................................................................Pg 13

Dual Zone Module - ZM-2- Option “A” ......................................................................................................Pg 14

Quad Zone Module - ZM-3224 - Option “B”................................................................................................Pg 16

Dual Detection TRI-WIRE Module - Option “C” ........................................................................................Pg 16

Jumper Configuration - ZM-3224 ............................................................................................................Pg 17

8 Zone Alarm Location Meter - option “D” .................................................................................................Pg 18

16 Zone Expandable Location Meter Scanner - Option “D2”, “D3”, “D4” ................................................Pg 19

Circuit Supervision - Option “E” ........................................................................ .............Pg 20

Circuit Supervision - Option “F”.................................................................................................................Pg 20

Intrinsic Safety Barriers - Option “G’ ..........................................................................................................Pg 21

Drawing IL-1008 Typical fire Detection Circuit with Intrinsic Safety Barriers .....................................Pg 22

Drawing IL-1181 Typical Fire Detection Circuit for TRI-WIRE with Intrinsic Safety Barriers ...........Pg 23

Solenoid Release Module - RM-2 - Option “H” ........................................................................................Pg 24

Solenoid Release Module - RM-2 - Option “HH” ......................................................................................Pg 25

Solenoid Release Module with Relay for 120VAC Solenoids - Option “J”................................................Pg 26

Solenoid Release Module with Relay for 250 VDC Solenoids - Option “JJ” ..........................................Pg 26

Alarm Expander Module - AE-2 - option “K” ............................................................................................Pg 27

Built in Alarm Indicating Buzzer - Option “L” ...........................................................................................Pg 26

Auxiliary DPDT Alarm Relay - Option “M” ..............................................................................................Pg 28

Auxiliary DPDT Common Trouble Relay - Option “N” .............................................................................Pg 28

Heavy Duty Multi-Pole Relay - Option “P”,................................................................................................Pg 30

Heavy Duty Multi-Pole Relay - Option “Q” ...............................................................................................Pg 29

Heavy Duty Multi-Pole Relay - Option “R” ...............................................................................................Pg 29

Time Delay Relay - Option “S” ...................................................................................................................Pg 29

External Key Operated Switches - Option “T” ...........................................................................................Pg 31

Battery Charging Meters - Option “U” ........................................................................................................Pg 30

Auxilary Power Supervisory Module - APS-1 - Option “V”.......................................................................Pg 32

Expander Board Module - EB-97-2 and EB-97-3 ........................................................................................Pg 33

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THE PROTECTOWIRE CO. INC.

P.O.BOX 200 HANOVER, MA. USA 02239-0200

TELEPHONE 1-781-826-3878

FAX 1-781-826-2045

Visit us on the World Wide Web at

WWW.PROTECTOWIRE.COM

2600HD HEAVY DUTY FIRE CONTROL PANEL

OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

PUBLISH DATE 1-21-2000

AN ISO9001 REGISTERED COMPANY

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NOTICE

TESTING AND MAINTENANCE OF SYSTEM CONTROLS SHALL BE PERFOMED BY COMPETENT

PERSONNEL HAVING JURISDICTION OVER THIS PROTECTIVE SIGNALING SYSTEM.

NOTE: THIS SYSTEM MAY CONTAIN DETECTION ZONES WHICH ARE ASSIGNED TO TRIP

RELEASING SOLENOIDS AND/OR EQUIPMENT SHUTDOWN. TO PREVENT ACCIDENTIAL

RELEASING OR SHUTDOWN, MICROJUMPERS MUST BE REMOVED ON APPROPRATE ZONE

MODULES TO INHIBIT RELEASING / SHUTDOWN.

TESTING OF ZONES WITH SOLENOID RELEASE CIRCUITS AND EQUIPMENT SHUTDOWN

CONTACTS MAY BE ACCOMPLISHED BY USE OF A JUMPER WIRE ACROSS THE DETECTION /

INITIATING CIRCUIT FIELD WIRING TERMINALS ONLY AFTER ALL THE SOLENOID

DISCONNECT SWITCHES ON THE RELEASE MODULES HAVE BEEN DEPRESSED TO THE

DISCONNECT (DOWN) POSITION AND ALL EQUIPMENT SHUTDOWN CONTACTS HAVE BEEN

BYPASSED.

WARNING!

FATAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND EQUIPMENT

DAMAGE MAY RESULT FROM FAILURE TO REMOVE

ALL POWER PRIOR TO SERVICING SYSTEM

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2600HD SERIES CONTROL SYSTEM

The 2600HD is manufatured by The Protectowire Company. This system consists of a modular design, with (10) ten common electrical connections tied together through an Expander Board bus structure. All systems maybe equipped with multiple modules which may consist of detection, supervision, releasing and audible circuits. Each system is custom configured to meet the requirements of individual applications, providing the customer with effciency an dreduced cost.

Standard features of the 2600HD are:

-NEMA 4/ 12 rated Enclosure - Common Alarm Relay

-Detection Circuits Expandable in mult. of 2 zones (class “A”) - Common Trouble Relay

-Detection Circuits Expandable in mult. of 4 zones (Class “B”) - Lamp Test Feature

-2 Notification Appliance Circuits

-Programmable Trouble Signal (Sil. or Non-Sil.)

-Cross Zoning on Detection Circuits (2 inputs)

- Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter

- Form “C” Alarm and Trouble Dry Contacts

- On Board System Reset/Test Switches

- Trouble Signal Ring-Back (22 Hr.)

- Contacts for Field Expansion

- Ground Fault Detection

- LED indicators for diagnostic

-Initiating Device (Detection) Circuit - IDC- Alarm Test

- Monitors up to 5,000 ft (1524 meters) of Protectowire Linear Heat Detection Cable per zone

- Accommodates up to 50 PRO SERIES #’s SIF-24F, SIH-24F, and SLK-24F Smoke Detectors (per zone)

- Battery Monitoring, Low or Out of operating specs. (not available with option “V”)

The 2600HD consists of the following three (3) basic control units:

2600HD1 - System control unit with Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter

2600HD2 - System control unit without Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter

2600HD3 - System control unit with Touch Screen Graphic Display

( which includes Alarm Point Location Meter along with Scanning features)

Three System Input and Back-Up Power options:

Ordering Code

GC1

GC2

UC1

Description

120VAC input/ Gel Cell Battery Back-Up

240VAC Input/ Gel Cell Battery Back-Up

Universal Input with Uninterrupted Second Source Back-Up

The 2600HD3 features an innovative option of a touch screen Graphic PLC based display. As a minimum this display provides alarm point location and scanning features. With a history buffer which records at what time and date any event such as trouble, alarm, power out, etc. was recieved and is capable of storing up to 999 events.

As an optional enhancement the display can also act as an annunciator panel (customer must provide a bitmap image of facility layout and contact the factory for technical assistance).

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System Information & Specifications

Primary AC Power 120VAC 50/60 Hz 1.75 AMP. maximum** see below

Supported Standby Batteries 24VDC 4.5 AH minimum to 60AH maximum* see below

Battery Charger 27VDC 1.25 Fast Charge, 2 to 10 mA trickle charge (Typical) @ 25 degrees C

Primary System Power 24V FWR by T1, 175 VA Typical.

Greater VA rating as required by system

System Regulated Power Regulated 24 VDC power for the system controls

Common Alarm Contacts 2 Amps @ 30VDC, resistive load, silienceable

Common Trouble Contacts 2 Amps @ 30VDC, resistive load, Selectable Non-Silienceable or Silienceable

Environmental operating Ambient temperature: 32 -120 degrees F (0 - 49 degrees C)

* Battery requirements calculated per individual system demands (see battery selection data)

** 240 VAC 50/60 Hz. 0.85 AMP Maximum also available. Check installation wiring diagram (IWD)

Notification Appliance Circuits

Voltage 24V Full Wave Rectified (FWR) with battery standby

Current 2 AMPS per circuit 3 AMPS maximum combined

Maximum 2 conductor copper feed cable resistance may not exceed 1 OHM (see below)

#10 AWG Maximum of 500’ (feet) Ref. Alarm Circuit Installation Guide

#12 AWG Maximum of 300’ (feet) Ref. Alarm Circuit Installation Guide

#14 AWG Maximum of 200’ (feet) Ref. Alarm Circuit Installation Guide

Note: Notification Appliance circuits current rating may be reduced depending on each systems current requirements. reference the

Installation Wiring Diagram (IWD) for individual systems actual ratings. Reference Alarm Circuit Installation Guide for more information.

Note: Circuits do NOT generate a temporal pattern signal. Appliances that can generate a temporal pattern must be employed when a temporal pattern is required. Reference Installation Guide in this manual for some of the compatible devices.

Electrical Information on MB-97

Standby/ Battery Current: 52mA with trouble buzzer active

45 mA with trouble buzzer silenced

Battery Fuse F1: 8 amp with no power supply

10 amp with any power supply (6 Amps max.)

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INFORMATION AND SPECIFICATIONS ( CONTINUED )

INITIATING CIRCUITS

Class A (NFPA Style D) / Class B (NFPA Style A and B)

Voltage Standby

Current to insure alarm

Short Ciruit current

19-27 VDC nominal, Power limited approx. 10mA ea circuit

42 mA

Supervisory current (IDC) approx. 3 mA each circuit

End of line resistor 8.2k ohm 1/2 watt (Class B only)

DETECTION CIRCUITS (2)

Zone 1 Zone 2

4-WIRE

CLASS

A

4-WIRE

CLASS

A

2-WIRE

CLASS

B

DETECTION CIRCUITS (2)

Zone 1 Zone 2

ELR

8.2 K 1/2W

ELR

8.2K 1/2W

2-WIRE

CLASS

B

Illustration depicts Class “A” and Class

“B” wiring on terminals TB1 of zone module ZM-2 to field terminals. For termination of zone module ZM-3224 please reference Option “C”.

TB1 1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8

1 2

MJ3

WIRE ALARM POINT

TB1 1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8

1 2

MJ3

TOWIRE ALARM POINT

TYPICAL DETECTION CIRCUIT FIELD WIRING

PROTECTOWIRE

4.7K

1/2W

END OF LINE

RESISTOR BOX

W/ TEST SWITCH

ZONE

BOX

L4

SD

S2

L3 S1

TYPICAL FIELD

CONNECTIONS

CLASS B

ZONE

BOX

ZONE

BOX

PW.

TYPICAL FIELD

CONNECTIONS

CLASS A

INITIATING DEVICES

Use the following compatible devices or devices approved by The Protectowire Co., Inc.

-

UP TO 5000 FT OF PROTECTOWIRE (May be placed after last detector)

- UP TO 50 TWO-WIRE SMOKE DETECTORS

Note: Maximum feed cable resistance = 100 OHMS

Feed cable may consist of any combination of PROTECTOWIRE or copper wire

- Smoke detectors #SLK-24F(H), #SIH-24F, #SLG-24F(H), #SLR-24, #SIJ-24

Detector identifier - HD-3, Base identifier - HB-3

Also #SLR-24H, Detectory Identifier - HD-3, Base identifier - HB-72

Note: Smoke detectors shall not be employed with Intrinsically Safe detection circuits.

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Model number for system configuration

HD1 - System control unit with Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter

HD2 - System control unit without Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter

HD3 - System control unit with Touch Screen Graphic Display

System Input and Back-Up Power Options

GC1 - 120VAC input with Gel Cell Battery Back-Up

GC2 - 240 VAC input with Gel Cell Battery Back Up

UC1 - Universal Input with Uninterruped Second Source Back-Up

System Option Code Letter(s) and Quantities

A - Dual Zone Class “A”/ “B” Detection (2 Zones per Module)

B - Quad Zone Class “B” Detection (4 Zones per Module)

C - Tri-Wire Dual Zone Class”B” Detection (2 Zones per Module)

D - 8 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner

D2 - 16 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner

D3 - 32 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner

D4 - 48 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner

E - Quad Circuit Switch Supervisory Module ( 4 Class “B” circuits / Module)

F - Dual Circuit Switch Supervisory (2 Class “A”/ “B” Circuits per Module)

G - Intrinsic Safety Barriers - Class “B” Detection / Supervisory Circuits Only

( Note: TRI-WIRE Zones Require 2 Barriers per Zone. This Option not available with System Ground Fault)

H - Dual Circuit Solenoid Monitor and Release Module , 24 VDC (2 Circuits per Module)

HH - Dual Circuit Solenoid Monitor and Release Module for 24 VDC Star “D” Model Valve ( 2 Circuits per Module)

I - Unassigned

J - Dual Circuit Solenoid Module and Release Module with Relay for 120 VAC Solenoids ( 2 Circuits per Module)

JJ - Dual Circuit Solenoid Monitor and Release Module with Relay for 250 VDC Solenoids ( 2 Circuits per Module)

K - Audible Extender Module ( 2 Circuits per Module , Classs “A” or “B”)

L - Built in Alarm Indicating Sonalert

M - Auxiliary DPDT Alarm Relay, 10 Amp, 120 VAC or 28 VDC

N - Auxiliary DPDT Trouble Relay, 10 Amp, 120 VAC or 28 VDC

O - Unassigned

P - Heavy Duty 4 pole Relay, Rating to 600 VAC and 240VDC

Q - Heavy Duty 6 pole Relay, Rating to 600 VAC and 240VDC

R - Heavy Duty 8 pole Relay, Rating to 600 VAC and 240VDC

S - Time Delay Relay - Solid State 0-60 seconds

T - External Key Operated Switches ( Consists of 4 NEMA 4X rated Switches)

Switches perform “Lamp Test”, “ Alarm Silence”, “Trouble Silence” and “Reset”

U - Battery Charging Meters (DC Voltage and Amp Meter)

( Note: Unavailable with System Input UC1)

V - Auxiliary Power Supervisory Module, Maximum of one (1)

W - Unassigned

X - Unassigned

Y - Unassigned

Z - Unassigned

2600

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Example:

2600HD1-GC1-A2BFH2M6N6UV

Description -A 2600 panel that has an Alarm Point Location Meter, and a System Input voltage of 120VAC with (4) four class

“A” and (2) two class “B” Detection circuits, (2) two Supervisory circuits, (4) four Releasing Circuits, (6) six Auxiliary Alarm relays and (6) six Auxiliary Trouble relays along with a Battery Indicating Meter and an Auxiliary Power Supervisory Module.

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BATTERY SIZE CALCULATION SHEET

Use this form to calculate the required battery size for your system. First determine the duration the panel will need to function on batteries in hours. The installation wiring diagram for your system includes a factory calculated battery size in the specification section. This calculation is based on 24 hours back-up period for non-releasing systems and 90 hour backup period for systems with a solenoid releasing module. An alarm duration or period of time the system must operate in full alarm mode after the back-up period has expired is assumed to be 15 minutes or 0.25 hours. This may be altered as necessary

FORMULAS AND VARIABLES

System Standby Current in amperes = (I1) Standby Time in Hours = (H1) Battery Size De-rate Divisor = (0.85)

System Alarm Current in amperes = (I2) Alarm Time in Hours = (H2)

System Battery Size required in Ampere Hours - [(I1 x H1) + (I2 x H2)] divided by .85 = Battery Size (AH) Note: Use next largest size

Use the tables below, Fill in the appropriate quantities for the options included in your system and multiply them with the corresponding current for each option place the products in the product column. Add the products and place the Sum in the total block.

Option

2600HD

A

B

C

D

D2 , D3, D4

F

H, HH

SYSTEM STANDBY CURRENT CALCULATIONS - Enter Quanities of Installed options only

Description

Main Board (MB-97)

Quantity Current/ Module Product

1 X 0.065 A 0.065A

Class A/B Dual Zone Module, Quanities A = 2, A2 = 4, etc.

Class B Quad Zone Module, Quanities B = 4, B2 = 8, etc

Dual Temperature Zone Module, Quanities C=2, C2=4.. .

8 zone alarm scanner, Quantity of one only

16 zone alarm scanner and expanders, Quantity between 2 and 4

Switch Supervisory Zone Module, Quanities B = 2, B2 = 4, etc

Solenoid Release, Multiples of 2 only i.e. 2,4,6,..

X

X 0.011 A

X 0.044 A

X 0.022 A

X

X

0.035 A

0.035 A

0.011A

X 0.008 A

K

V

Other

Alarm Expander, Quantities K=2, K2=4...

Auxiliary Power Supervisory Module

4 wire smoke detectors, UV/IR detectors, See Note A

X 0.006 A

X 0.005 A

X

X

Note A: Quantity and Current determined by # of devices installed and current rating of each devices Total (I1)

SYSTEM ALARM CURRENT CALCULATIONS - Enter Quantities of Installed devices only

Device Description

MSB Bells

Quantity

X

Current Product

0.030 A

X 0.186 A A-45204T4R Horn/Strobe

450D Horn

WM3T-24 Strobe Light

PDM-1000-2 Digitial Meter

YMB Trouble Buzzer

Piezo Audio Buzzer

X

X 0.038 A

X 0.088 A

0.100 A

X 0.025A

X 0.030 A

Typical Solenoid Valve (See Note: B)

ASHP Speaker / Amplifier

MT Series Horn/ Strobe

System Standby Current ( Total I1 from above calculations)

Auxiliary HD Relays SPDT (option “P”, “Q’” & “R”)

Auxiliary Relays DPDT (Option “M’”)

Built in Audible Alarm ( Option “L”)

Other Devices

Note B: Typical solenoid current rating, substitute actual solenoid current rating when available.

X 0.700 A

X 0.550 A

X

X

0.140 A

X 0.500 A

X 0.035 A

X 0.026 A

X

Total (I2)

SYSTEM BATTERY SIZE CALCULATIONS

[( I1 x H1)] + ( I2 x H2 )] / 0.85 = Minimum AH

[( x )] + ( x )] / 0.85 = AH

H1 = 24 Hours Local H2 = 0.25 Hours Required per FM

H1 = 60 Hours Off Premise

H1 = 90 Hours required per FM for Releasing Systems

Note: Use the next largest battery size

AVAILABLE BATTERIES

Catalog # Rating (AH) Battery Cabinet

PS1270

PS6100

7.0 AH E-.5 (red) E-.5B (beige)

10.0 AH E-.5 (red) E-.5B (beige)

PS12180 18.0 AH E-.5 (red) E-.5B (beige)

PS12330-U1 33.0 AH E-.5 (red) E-.5B (beige)

PS12400 40.0 AH E-.5 (red) E-.5B (beige)

PS12600 60.0 AH E-.5 (red) E-.5B (beige)

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INSTALLATION GUIDE

ISSUE: 1-1-2000

ALARM NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE CIRCUIT WIRE SIZE ESTIMATOR

To ensure that all alarm notification appliances on a circuit will be supplied with adequate power for them to operate, it is necessary to use the correct size feed cable for the distance and current requirements of each circuit. Follow the steps below to calculate the correct wire size for your application. The calculations are based on a maximum line loss (voltage drop) of 2 volts.

1. Calculate the required alarm device current.

(Number of Devices) X (Device Current) = Total Alarm Device Current (AMPS).

2. Determine the wire run distance in feet from the panel to the last alarm device.

3. Find the load current (AMPS) on Table 3 that best matches the required alarm device current. If the device current is in between two values , use the higher value.

4. Find the wire run distance to the right of the device current value chosen in step 3 which is greater than your requirement.

5. The gauge at the top of the distance column is what will be required to insure a maximum line loss of less than 2 volts.

EXAMPLE: If the total alarm device load is .680 AMPS; select .750 AMPS. If the measured distance is 400 ft; select 515 ft which is in the 14 AWG column.

AWG = AMERICAN WIRE GAUGE

TABLE 1 - COMPATIBLE 24VDC

POLARIZED SIGNAL DEVICES

DEVICE MFGR MODEL AMPS

MOTORIZED AMSECO MSB-6, -8, -10 0.030

BELL

HORNS

HIGH WHEELOK

INTENSITY

STROBE

CPG 450 HORN

WHEELOK *MT-12/24R

WM3T-24

0.038

0.048

0.088

HORN / CPG

STROBE

POWER

TONE

*MT-24-LSM-VFR 0.048

*MT-24-WM-VFR 0.115

M450D24T4R 0.148

CPG ASHP-24 with 0.55

TC-SW Tone

AMPLIFIED

SPEAKER

Card

* = Device is capable of generating a temporal pattern

TABLE 2 - COPPER WIRE RESISTANCE

GAUGE(AWG) OHMS PER 1000 FT. SINGLE CONDUCTOR

10 1.018

12

14

1.619

2.575

16

18

4.094

6.510

TABLE 3 - ALARM INDICATING CIRCUIT

WIRE SIZE FOR 24VDC POLARIZED DEVICES.

TOTAL

DEVICE

LOAD

(AMPS)

FEET OF 2 CONDUCTOR WIRE

18 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 10 AWG

0.060

2560 4070 6470 10290 16370

0.125

1225 1950 3165 4940 7855

0.250

0.375

610 975 1550 2470 3925

405 650 1035 1645 2615

305 485 765 1235 1960

0.500

0.625

0.750

245 390 620 985 1570

200 325 515 820 1305

150 240 385 615 980

1.000

1.250

1.500

1.750

2.000

120

100

85 135 220 350 560

75

195

160

120

310 490 785

255 410 650

190 305 490

NOTE: THE MAXIMUM ALARM INDICATING CIRCUIT

RESISTANCE IS CALCULATED FOR A LINE LOSS OF 2

VOLTS DIVIDED BY THE MAXIMUM ALARM DEVICE

CURRENT.

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BASIC CONTROL UNIT MODELS

2600HD1 - System Control Unit with Protectowire Alarm Point

Location Meter

- LED indicators for diagonistic ease

- NEMA 4 rated red steel enclosure (standard)

-Protectowire Alarm Location Meter (Positioned inside Enclosure)

1) Programmable for either Feet or Meters

2) Displays up to 5,000 feet (per zone) of Protectowire Linear

Heat Detection Cable

- Enclosure shown has optional key operated switches (option “T’)

26000HD2 - System Control Unit without Protectowire Alarm Point

Location Meter

(same as above without meter)

2600HD3 - System Control Unit with Touch Screen Graphic Display

- NEMA 4X rated fiberglass enclosure available (steel enclosure stand.)

- Monochrome Graphic Display (available in color)

1) Alarm Point Location Meter

2) Built in Scanner, for detecting Alarm activations

3) History Buffer which shows the date & time of all events, such as Trouble, Alarm, Battery Out, etc., up to 999 records.

4) Capable of being used as a Annuciator Panel (required bitmap image of facility; additional programming required)

5) PLC Compatible

6) Sleep Mode feature to reduce power consumption

7) 6 inch screen with 240 H x 320 W Pixel resolution

- Enclosure shown with options “T’ (key operated switches) and “L”

(Common Alarm Indicating Sonalert)

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POWER INPUT OPTION UC1

UNIVERSAL POWER INPUT/ UNINTERRUPTED

SECOND SOURCE BACK-UP

Description - The UC1Universal Power Input option allows uninterrupted back-up power supplies to be used in place of batteries. These power supplies may have input voltages of 120/240VAC or 120/250VDC.. If the main power source should fail the secondary back-up source would instantaneously take over, without causing cliches or spikes . When this power configuration is ordered, the MB-97-UC1 control board is utilized. This main control board has many of the same features as that of the MB-97, such as Ground Fault Detection, Selectable Microjumpers, Two

(2) Notification Appliance Circuits, four (4) momentary switches for control functions and system LED status indicators. All options are available also available with the UC1 Universal Power option except Option “U” (Battery

Charging Meters).

-Ground Fault Detection - When current leakage greater than 1 mA flows to ground from the system DC power supply either negative or positive a trouble condition will exist which activates the GND FLT indicator along with both the COM TRO LED and the system trouble buzzer.

Notification Appliance Circuits - Two circuits are provided and can be wired in either Class A or B configuration

(Style Z or Y respectively) which reverses polarity on an alarm condition. Each circuit is power limited by a resettable positive temperature coefficient (PTC) rated at 3 Amps Hold. The first alarm circuit (AL1) is assigned to the general/common alarm bus. While the second alarm circuit (AL2) has a selectable two (2) position micro-jumper (MJ4) that can be connect to the common alarm bus, or system aux. bus, which is linked to all zone modules. Any one of these zones can be selected

GENERAL

ALARM

AUDIBLE

CIRCUIT #1

ELR

4.7K

AUDIBLE

CIRCUIT #2

ELR

4.7K

AUX.

ALARM for waterflow or supervisory function, providing a separate audible/visual alarm circuit.These circuits are

CLASS B

STYLE Y rated for 2 Amps each or 3 Amps combined.

- Momentary Switches - four (4) switches are provided for basic system. They are “Lamp Test”, “Sil”, “Alarm Test” and

“Alarm Reset”

CLASS A

STYLE Z

+

+

+

+

Lamp Test

Sil.

Alarm Test

Alarm Reset

Lamp Test switch: Slide down switch to test all indicator lamps

Silence switch: Slide down switch to silence all alarm and trouble audible devices

Alarm Test switch: Slide down and hold for a minimum of 3 sec. This will simulate an Alarm condition in all detection and supervisory zones.

( * See Note Below)

.

Alarm Reset switch: Slide down to reset system from Alarm conditions

DOOR ANNUMCIATOR

LAMPS

COMMON

TROUBLE

A

POWER ON G

7

8

3

4

5

6

1

2

TB1

+

CLASS B

CLASS A

-

CLASS A

AL. CONT's

2A @ 24V

+ CLASS B -

CLASS A CLASS A

ON OUT OUT FLT TRO SIL

TRO. SIL.

TIMER

5MIN

CAS-1

PWR

CAS-2

MJ7

T.DISC.

GENERAL

ALARM

RELAY

AUX

ALARM

RELAY

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

GENERAL ALARM

SHORT OPEN SHORT

PROTECTOWIRE 2600HD FIRESYSTEM

PS1

ALARM

PS2

OPEN

GND

AUX ALARM

COM

SIL B

LT B

- RTN

ALARM

MTR TRO INH

AUX B

MJ2

1

2

TRO

22H

JP1

MJ4

ZBUS

AL2

AL1

TB9

BACKUP

OUT

LAMP

TEST

SIL.

ALARM

TEST

ALARM

RESET

AL1

AL2

CTS-N

CTS-S

CTS-O

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

TRO

RTN

AC

PWR ON

24VRST

BACKUP OFF

DOOR

RESET

SW.

JP2

DP1272

MAIN BOARD

MOD MB-97-UC1

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

STL B

LT B

- RTN

MTR INH

AUX B

*Note: To prevent accidental releasing of extinguishing agent,

All zones that are tied to the releasing circuits, will have their circuits disabled from the Alarm Test Bus. This is accomplished by moving proper microjumpers from Zone Modules into the disabled position. See Zone Modules ZM-2 and/or

Zm-3224 for proper microjumper configuration.

When testing zones manually, by placing a jumper across the end-of-line resistor, Solenoid Disconnect switches on RM-2 or

RM-2D must be in the “Disc” position prior to shorting zones.

(INPUT)

(MAIN)

120VAC

50/60 Hz

PS1

POWER SUPPLY

(INPUT)

(BACKUP)

125/250VAC

24VDC

PS2

POWER SUPPLY

TB2 1

PROTECTOWIRE

+

IN

PS1

-

OUT

+ +

IN

PS2

-

OUT

+

2 3

24VDC

4 TB3 1 2 34+

MB-97-UC1

+

RST

+ +

PS2

+

NRST

+ +

RTN

-

1 2 3 4 5 6 7- 8-

OUT

IN

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MB-97-UC1

JUMPER CONFIGURATION

Microjumper Configurations - The MB-97-UC1 is equiped with (5) five Microjumpers for programming functions. These jumpers are installed at the factory and configured for each control panel, Under no circumstances should relocating jumpers be made without prior approval from the Protectowire Company

Inc.

Microjumper MJ2 located under display plate

DP1272, allows trouble signal outputs from terminal

TB9 pins four (4) through eight (8) to be either Non-

Silenceable or Silenceable. For Non-Silenceable trouble signals, the MJ2 microjumper must be placed in the UP position, and for Silenceable trouble signals place the microjumper in the number two (2) down position.

Microjumper MJ4 when placed in the “ZBUS” position allows the auxillary (AL2) Notification

Appliance Circuit to be connected to the Auxillary

Zone Alarm Bus. This is an ideal application when a separate waterflow alarm audible signal is required.

When placed in the “AL1” position, the auxillary

(AL2) Notification Appliance Circuit is connected to the general alarm (AL1) Notification Appliance

Circuit.

Microjumper MJ5 inhibits the ground fault detection when in the UP (Out) position. When in the DOWN

(In) position the ground fault detection is enabled.

Option “G” (Intrinsic Safety Barriers) requires microjumper MJ5 to be installed in the UP position inhibiting system ground fault detection (See Option “G”).

7

8

3

4

5

6

1

2

TB1

+ CLASS B

CLASS A

-

CLASS A

+ CLASS B -

CLASS A CLASS A

CAS-1

CAS-2

TRO. SIL.

TIMER

5MIN

MJ7

T.DISC.

22H

JP1

GENERAL

ALARM

RELAY

PWR

ON

GENERAL ALARM

SHORT OPEN ALARM

AUX

ALARM

RELAY

OPEN

AUX ALARM

SHORT

PROTECTOWIRE 2600HD FIRESYSTEM

PS1

OUT

PS2

OUT

GND

FLT

COM

TRO

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

SIL B

LT B

- RTN

ALARM

MTR TRO INH

AUX B

MJ2

1

2

TRO

MJ4

ZBUS

AL2

AL1

SIL

TB9

BACKUP

OUT

LAMP

TEST

SIL.

ALARM

TEST

ALARM

RESET

AL1

AL2

CTS-N

CTS-S

CTS-O

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

TRO

RTN

AC

PWR ON

24VRST

BACKUP OFF

DOOR

RESET

SW.

JP2

DP1272

MAIN BOARD

MOD MB-97-UC1

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

STL B

LT B

- RTN

MTR INH

AUX B

+

PROTECTOWIRE

IN

-

PS1

-

OUT

+ +

IN

-

PS2

-

OUT

+

RST

+ +

MB-97-UC1

PS2

+ +

NRST

+ +

RTN

-

OUT

IN

GFD

TB2 1

2 3 4 TB3 1 2 34+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7- 8-

Microjumper MJ6 allows a trouble signal that has been silenced to re-sound after an allocated time depending upon the position of the jumper. When in the UP position a trouble signal will automatically re-sound after (5) five minutes. This configuration is for test purposes only. In normal mode, the jumper should be in the down position which automatically reactivates a silenced trouble after twenty-two (22) hours, in accordance with NFPA 72 requirements.

To disable the Trouble signal ring back, th emicrojumper located in the MJ6 position, must b eremove dand placed in the horizontal MJ7 position. This feature should not be used unless approved the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).

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MAIN CONTROL BOARD -

MB-97

Description - The MB-97 is the main control board for all operations of the 2600HD Fire Control Panel whenever standby emergency batteries are used. This board monitors and controls all functions common to the entire panel. Some of the primary features are:

- Super vised Power Management, panel capable of operating from 120/240 VAC 50/60 Hz.

-Batter y Charger were battery charging circuit is capable of delivering 1.25 Amp. with an adjustable 25-28 VDC charging level to accommodate various battery types.

-Battery Supervision, if batteries are disconnected or the battery voltage level drops below 21 volts, the yellow “BATT

OUT” LED indicator along with the common trouble LED indicators will be activated.

-Ground Fault Detection, if current leakage from 24 VDC, control circuitry, or system neg/pos. to earth ground is greater than 1mA then a trouble condition will exist which will activate the GND FLT indicator along with the COM TRO LED and the system trouble buzzer.

-Two Notification Appliance Circuits that can be wired in either Class

A or B ( NFPA Style Z or Y respectively) which reverses

GENERAL

ALARM

AUDIBLE

CIRCUIT #1

ELR

4.7K

AUDIBLE

CIRCUIT #2

ELR

4.7K

AUX.

ALARM polarity on alarm condition. Each circuit is power limited by way of a positive temperature coefficient (PTC Device resettable

CLASS B

STYLE Y fuse) rated at 3 Amps Hold. The first alarm circuit (AL1) is assigned to the general/common alarm bus. While the second alarm circuit (AL2) has a selectable (2) two position microjumper MJ4. The input can be connected to the common alarm bus, or system aux. bus, which is linked to all zone mod

CLASS A

STYLE Z

+

+

+

+ ules. Any one of these zones can be selected for waterflow or supervisory function, providing a separate audible/visual alarm circuit. These circuits are rated for 2 Amps each or 3 Amps total.

- Four Momentar y Switches on the MB-97 to control (4) four common

System functions for panel operations. They are “Lamp

Test”, “Sil”, “Alarm Test” and “Alarm Reset”

Lamp Test

Sil.

Lamp test switch: Slide down switch to test all indicator lamps

Silence switch: Slide down switch to silence all alarm and trouble audible devices

.

DOOR ANNUMCIATOR

LAMPS

COMMON

TROUBLE

BATTERY CHARGER

ADJUST 27.6V

POWER ON

A

G

TB5

+ CLASS B

CLASS A

-

CLASS A

AL. CONT's

2A @ 24V

+ CLASS B

CLASS A

-

CLASS A

CAS-1

CAS-2

TRO. SIL.

TIMER

MJ6

5MIN

22H

JP1

GENERAL

ALARM

RELAY

AUX

ALARM

RELAY

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

GENERAL ALARM

SHORT

PWR

ON

OPEN

BATT

OUT

ALARM

BATT

LOW

OPEN

GND

FLT

AUX ALARM

SHORT

PROTECTOWIRE 2600HD FIRESYSTEM

COM

TRO

SIL B

LT B

- RTN

ALARM

MTR TRO INH

AUX B

MJ2

1

TRO

2

MJ4

ZBUS

AL2

AL1

SIL

TB9

DP1260

LAMP

TEST

SYSTEM

VOLTAGE

ADJUST

24.5-25V

SIL.

ALARM

TEST

MJ3

R

ALARM

RESET

U

MAIN BOARD

MOD MB-97

AL1

AL2

CTS-N

CTS-S

CTS-O

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Alarm Test

Alarm Reset

Alarm Test switch: Slide down and hold for a minimum of 3 sec. This will simulate an Alarm condition in all detection and supervisory zones.

( * See Note Below)

Alarm Reset switch: Slide down to reset system from Alarm conditions

READ

VOLTS

BATTERY STATUS METERS

BATTERY AMP

INPUT

0

0

.5

BATTERY VOLTAGE

27

OPTIONAL

120V 50/60 HZ

1

50

GROUND CONNECTION

3

-

L

N

G

TB4

CB1

AC

INPUT

TB1

PRI

NOTE: SEE ELECTRICAL INFO.

FOR OTHER SIZE FUSES.

SEC

F1

6A

AC DC

PTR

POWER

TRANSFER

RELAY

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

STL B

LT B

- RTN

MTR TRO INH

AUX B

JP2

GND

MJ5

MJ1

IN

OUT

*Note: To prevent accidental releasing of extinguishing agent,

All zones that are tied to the releasing circuits, will have their circuits disabled from the Alarm Test Bus. This is accomplished by moving proper microjumpers from Zone Modules into the disabled position. (See Zone Modules ZM-2 and/or

ZM-3224 for proper microjumper configuration.)

When testing zones manually, by placing a jumper across the end-of-line resistor, Solenoid Disconnect switches on RM-2 or

RM-2D must be in the “Disc” position prior to shorting zones.

T1

120VAC

26 VAC

AUX. POWER SUPPLY

OPTIONAL

TB2

1 2 3 4

TB3

1 2 34+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7- 8-

120 VAC

24 VDC

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MB-97

JUMPER CONFIGURATION

Microjumper Configurations - The MB-97 is equipped with (6) six Microjumpers for programming functions. These jumpers are installed at the factory and configured for each control panel, and under no circumstances should relocating jumpers be made without prior approval from the Protectowire Company Inc.

Microjumper MJ1 is installed in the “IN” position when supervising an auxiliary power supply (option “V”) is being employed. Otherwise the jumper would be in the

“OUT” position.

Microjumper MJ2 allows trouble signal outputs from terminal TB9 pins (5) five thru (8) eight to be either

Non-Silenceable or Silenceable. For Non-Silenceable trouble signals microjumper must be placed in the UP position, and Down for Silenceable trouble signals.

Microjumper is located under display plate DP1260.

+ CLASS B

CLASS A

-

+

CLASS B

CLASS A

-

TRO.SIL.

TIMER

5MIN

22H

PT1

GENERAL ALARM

SHORT OPEN

PROTECTOWIRE 2600HD FIRESYSTEM

BATT

ALARM

BATT

AUX ALARM

OPEN

CAS-2

SHORT

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

STL B

LT B

ALARM

- RTN

MTR TRO INH

JP1

GND COM

MJ2

NSIL

TRO

SIL

PWR

ON OUT LOW FLT TRO SIL

TRO

MJ4

ZBUS

AL 2

AL 1

TB5

DP1260 LAMP

TEST

SIL.

ALARM

TEST

R

ALARM

RESET

U

MJ3

ADJ.

24.5-25V

CTS

AL1

AL2

CTS-N

CTS-S

CTS-O

TB9

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Microjumper MJ3 allows common trouble signal for pin (5) five of terminal TB9 to be either 24 Volt regulated or 24 Volt unregulated. The maximum current draw

TB4 for the 24 Volt regulated connection is 50 millamps.

Microjumper located under display plate DP1260.

L

CB1

AC

INPUT

Microjumper MJ4 when placed in the “ZBUS” position allows the auxiliary (AL2) Notification Appliance

N

Circuits to be connected to the Auxiliary Zone Alarm

Bus. This is an ideal application when a waterflow alarm needs to release an audible signal. When placed in the “AL1” position the auxiliary (AL2) Notification

G

TB1

1

PRI

2 3

TB2

SEC

4 1

AC

Appliance Circuit is connected to the first (AL1) Notification Appliance Circuit.

2

TB3

DC

3- 4+

PTR

1 2 3 4 5 6

24REG

24RES

TRO B

TEST

AL B

STL B

LT B

- RTN

MTR TRO INH

JP2

IN

OUT

MJ1

GND

MJ5

AUX PS

7 8

Microjumper MJ5 inhibits the ground fault detection when in the UP position. When in the DOWN position the ground fault detection is enabled. Option “G” (Intrinsic Safety Barriers) requires microjumper MJ5 to be installed in the UP position inhibiting the ground fault (See Option “G”). Failure to move jumper will place panel into a trouble condition.

Microjumper MJ6 allows a trouble signal that has been silenced to re-sound after an allocated time depending on the position of this jumper. When in the UP position trouble signal will re-sound after (5) five minutes, This is for test purposes only otherwise jumper should be in the down position which would re-sound trouble signal after approx. (22) twenty-two hours.

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OPTION “A”

DUAL ZONE MODULE - ZM-2

Description - ZM-2 is a Dual Zone Module designed to provide two (2) Initiating Device circuits (IDC) to accommodate up to 5000 feet per zone of Protectowire linear heat detector as well as other types of shorting devices. These devices may be spot heat detectors, waterflow switches, manual stations, etc. Each initiating zone provides

Class A or B (Style D or B respectively) supervision. Each module is equipped with two red “ALARM” leds and two yellow “TROU-

BLE” leds (one for each zone). Each zone also has its own pushbutton switch for metering. These pushbutton switches are depressed when their corresponding zone goes into alarm. Depressing the pushbutton switch when no alarm condition has occurred will place the control panel into a trouble condition.

Option “A”- Uses ZM-2 as a Dual Zone Class A or B ( NFPA

Style D or B) Detection Module.

When used in a Class A (Style D) configuration eight (8) Field

Terminal connections are required for each detection circuit. ( See illustration for Field Terminal connections from TB1 terminal )

POWER LIMITED

DETECTION CIRCUITS (2)

ZONE 1 ZONE 2

ELR

8.2 K 1/2 W

ELR

8.2 K 1/2 W

2-WIRE

CLASS

B

2-WIRE

CLASS

B

4-WIRE

CLASS

A

4-WIRE

CLASS

A

MJ1

1

2

3

1

2

3

MJ2

TB3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

A

TB1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B

TO LOCATE PROTECTOWIRE ALARM POINT

DEPRESS METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

1 2

MJ3

JP2

JP1

ALARM

TROUBLE

DP1263

TB4 1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9 10

ZONE

ZONE

1

2

MJ4

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

A B

METER CAL.

SEE MANUAL

PROTECTOWIRE CO.,

MOD. ZM-2

SCAN A B

+ + - -

TB2

Class “A” Field

Wiring

POWER LIMITED

DETECTION CIRCUITS (2)

ZONE 1 ZONE 2

4-WIRE

CLASS

A

4-WIRE

CLASS

A

When used in a Class B ( Style B) configuration four (4) Field

Terminal connections are required for each detection circuit. (See illustration for Field Terminal connections from TB1 terminal)

- Intrinsic Safety Barriers have to be configured in a Class B ( Style

B ) installation.

4 5 6 7 8

A B

TB1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2

MJ3

JP2

Class “B”

Field Wiring

POWER LIMITED

DETECTION CIRCUITS (2)

ZONE ZONE

1 2

CLASS

B

Electrical Requirements - ZM-2 Detection Module

Operating Voltage 19 - 27 VDC

Current to insure Alarm 10 mA ea. circuit

IDC Short Circuit Current 42 mA ea. circuit

IDC Supervision Current 3 mA ea. circuit

IDC Max. Impedance to Alarm 1500 ohms

Standby /Battery Current 11mA per module

Two wire Smoke Detector 25 qty @ .045mA ea.

Maximum line resistance 100 Ohms Max.

EOL Resistor = 8.2K ohms 1/2 watt (class B only)

4 5 6 7 8

A B

TB1

1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2

MJ3

JP2

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ZM-2

JUMPER CONFIGURATION

Microjumper Configurations -

Each ZM-2 Zone Module has

(4) four Microjumpers for programming functions. These jumpers are installed at the factory and configured for each control panel. Under no circumstance should relocating jumpers be made without prior approval from the

Protectowire

Company Inc.

MJ1

1

2

3

1

2

3

MJ2

JP1

TB3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ALARM

TROUBLE

A B

TB1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2

MJ3

TO LOCATE PROTECTOWIRE ALARM POINT

DEPRESS METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

ALARM/TROUBLE LEDS ON:

ZONE ALARM SILENCED

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

ZONE

1

2

MJ4

A B

ZONE

METER CAL.

SEE MANUAL

JP2

DP1263

Microjumpers

MJ1 and MJ2 are

used for alarm output programming. Both jumpers can be con-

TB4

1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9 10

PROTECTOWIRE CO.,

MOD. ZM-2

SCAN A B

+ + - -

TB2 figured the same or differently depending upon the panel requirements. Each zone has three positions to place (1) one microjumper.

MJ1 is allocated for the first zone of that module, while

MJ2 is for the second, both are installed horizontally.

When in the number one (

1) position (shown above) each zone’s Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) is connected to the common alarm bus. Thus when any zone goes into an alarm state, the general alarm Notification Appliance

Circuit will be active.

When placed in the number two (

2) position the IDC functions as a Supervisory Circuit. Consequently when the

IDC is shorted a zone supervisory alarm condition will occur. This supervisory alarm will activate both the system trouble buzzer and system trouble LED.

Note: All supervisory zone circuits as supplied by the factory, utilize yellow supervisory alarm indicators on the enclosure door display panel. For standardization purposes, the ZM-2 module is only provided with on-board red alarm and yellow trouble LED’s, which are considered secondary annunciation.

Separate alarm signaling devices can be employed to differentiate between different types of alarm signals. By utilizing the system’s auxiliary alarm bus, each zone’s output can be selected to activate the common alarm, or auxiliary alarm bus. To select a circuit for an auxiliary alarm, simply move the seleted zone’s microjumper to the number three (

3) position. In this configuration, each zone is configured to selectively activate the auxiliary alarm bus, thus providing a convenient means to group alarm output signals by functionality. An ideal application for this feature is for signaling waterflow alarms.

Microjumper

MJ3 connects the corresponding zone to the alarm test bus. By removing the appropriate MJ3

jumper, each zone that is assigned to solenoid releasing, will have it’s test circuit inhibited to prevent accidental system release. Microjumpers are connected vertically where position (1) one is dedicated to the first zone of module and position (2) two is dedicated for the second.

Microjumper

MJ4 (located under display plate DP1263) are installed whenever option “G” (Intrinsic Safety

Barriers) are being employed. This is required for conditioning the IDC to a class “B” detection circuit for

Intrinsically Safe circuits. Microjumpers are installed horizontally were position (1) one is dedicated for the first zone and position (2) is dedicated to the second.

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ZM-3224 - Is designed for use with both Protectowire standard 2-wire heat detector and Protectowire 3-wire

TRI-WIRE heat detector. Both application are shown in

Options “B” and “C” respectively, and may only be wired in a Class B (NFPA Style B) configuration.

OPTION B - QUAD ZONE MODULE

(using Module ZM-3224)

OPTION C - DUAL ZONE, TRI-WIRE MODULE

(using Module ZM-3224)

OPTION "B"

4 STANDARD

TWO WIRE IDC

(WITH 4

4.7K ELR)

Description - When ordering as Option “B”, module will provide (4) four Class B (Style B) Initiating Device

Circuits per one (1) ZM-3224 module. Each circuit can accommodate up to 5000 ft (1.52 km) of standard 2-wire

Protectowire linear heat detector cable, as well as other line shorting devices. Examples of line shorting devices that can be used are spot heat detectors, waterflow switches, manual pull stations, or any other type of normally open contact device.

TB3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TB3

TB2 1 2 3 4 5 6 TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

KB1

MJ9

MJ10

JP1

S1

MJ1

A1

S2

MJ2

A2

KM1

S3

MJ3

A3

S4

MJ4

A4

TO LOCATE ALARM POINT DEPRESS

METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

MJ5

TROUBLE

ZONE

ALARM

SILENCED

MP1

ALARM

DP1261

PROTECTOWIRE MOD ZM-3224

TB5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

MJ11

TB4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2

SYS. T.

KM2

MJ6

MP2

KM3

MJ7

MP3

KM4

MJ8

MP4

JP2

Description - Option “C” utilizes the ZM-3224 as two

(2) independent detection circuits for use with

Protectowire three (3) wire Dual Temperature Heat

Detector (“Tri-Wire”). Each detection circuit is configured with two (2) Class B (style B) Initiating Device

Circuits (IDC). The first IDC is used for Pre-Alarm (low temp) while the second circuit is for high temperature

Alarm. Actuation temperatures are determined by the rating of the TRI-WIRE model used. When Intrinsic Safety

Barriers (Option “G”) are employed , two (2) barriers are required per each detection circuit.

OPTION "C"

2 STANDARD

TRI WIRE ZONES

(WITH 4

4.7K ELR)

TB3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TB3

TB2 1 2 3 4 5 6 TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

KB1

MJ9

MJ10

Electrical Requirements - ZM-3224 Detection Module

Operating Voltage 19 - 27 VDC

Standby/ Battery Current 22 mA ea.. circuit

IDC Supervision Current 4.5 mA ea.. circuit

IDC Current to insure Alarm 10 mA ea.. circuit

IDC Maximum Alarm Current 35 mA ea.. circuit

Modular Alarm Current 55 mA ea. circuit

Maximum line resistance 100 ohms per circuit

Two wire Smoke Detect. 25 Qty @ .045mA each

IDC Maximum Impedance to insure Alarm = 1500 ohms

End of Line Resistor = 4.7K ohms 1/2 watt Class “B” only

JP1

S1

MJ1

A1

S2

MJ2

A2

S3

MJ3

A3

S4

MJ4

A4

1 2 3 4

TO LOCATE ALARM POINT PRESS

METER SWITCH CORRESPONDING

WITH ZONE IN ALARM

SILENCE

TRO.

TRO.

RESET

TRO.

TEST

TRO.

PROTECTOWIRE MOD ZM-3224

TB5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

DP1273

9 10

PRE-AL.

1

AL.

2

PRE-AL.

3

AL.

4

TB4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

MJ11

1 2

SYS. T.

KM1 KM2 KM3 KM4 JP2

MJ5 MJ6 MJ7 MJ8

MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4

Each module is equipped with four (4) “ALARM” red leds (one per each zone) and four (4) “TROUBLE” yellow leds (one per each zone). Each zone also has its own touch pad switch for metering. These switches are depressed when there corresponding zone goes into alarm. Depressing the touch pad switch when no alarm condition has occurred will place the control panel into a trouble condition.

-Microjumpers MJ5 thru MJ10 must be configured correctly for proper metering operation. (See ZM-3224

Jumper Configuration).

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ZM-3224

JUMPER CONFIGURATION

Microjumper Configuration -

Each Module is equipped with (11) eleven Microjumpers for programming functions. These jumpers are installed at the factory and configured for each control panel. Under no circumstance should relocating jumpers be made without prior approval from the Protectowire

Company Inc.

JP1

TB3

1

S1

MJ1

A1

S2

MJ2

A2

S3

MJ3

A3

S4

MJ4

A4

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TB3

TROUBLE

ALARM

TB2 1

KB1

MJ9

2

TO LOCATE ALARM POINT DEPRESS

METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

3 4 5 6 TB1 1

ZONE

ALARM

SILENCED

MJ10

KM1

MJ5

MP1

2 3

KM2

MJ6

MP2

4 5

KM3

MJ7

MP3

6 7 8

KM4

MJ8

MP4

JP2

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

DP1261

Microjumpers MJ1 thru MJ4 are for programming the alarm outputs of

PROTECTOWIRE MOD ZM-3224

TB5 1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TB4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

MJ11

1 2

SYS. T.

each detection circuit to be routed to either the common alarm bus or to the common trouble bus. For connecting to the common trouble bus the

Initiating Device Circuit must be assigned for switch supervisory service. The first detection circuit of each ZM-

3224 Module has a silenceable output connection which is routed to terminal strip TB3 at terminal three (3). This optional output may be wired to the main board MB-97 terminal stripe TB9 at terminal two (2) labeled AUX.

Al-2 or wired to a separate alarm module (AE-2).

Microjumpers MJ5 thru MJ10 are for programming to the Alarm Point Locator Meter on system control units

2600HD1 or 2600HD3. These jumpers must be configured for either Low or High temperature for Protectowires

TRI-WIRE linear heat detector or for the standard (2) two wire Protectowires Linear Heat Detector. See table below for proper installations of microjumpers. When ordering the 2600HD2 system, these microjumpers are not required

Cable Type Jumpers to Install Qty.

Tri-Wire - Low Temp. Only MJ5, MJ7, MJ9, MJ10 4

Tri-Wire - High Temp. Only MJ6, MJ8, MJ9, MJ10 4

Standard Protectowire 2 Wire MJ5, MJ6, MJ7, MJ8 4

To prevent any accidental releasing of any extinguishing agent microjumper MJ11 must be placed in the one (1) position during any testing or repairing of the panel. After placing the jumper in the (1) one position the release signal will be inhibited thus eliminating any possibility of accidental releasing. When in the (2) two position the zone alarm test circuit is enabled, which will allow the releasing circuits to be active.

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OPTION “D”

8 ZONE ALARM SCANNER

Description - The NDS-91 Eight Zone Alarm Scanner for 2600HD1 systems, allows for automatic identification and display of the Protectowire zone in alarm as well as the alarm point distance location. In the automatic

(AUTO) scan mode this device continually steps through all active (not bypassed) detection zones until an alarm input signal is received. Once received, the zone(s) is identified and displayed with the alarm point location for approximately (6) six seconds; then resumes scanning for additional zones in alarm. The Scanner may also be stopped at any zone and/or advanced manually.

Operation - While functioning in a normal scan (AUTO) mode, the decimal point in the lower right corner of the scanner display pulses indicating proper operation.

- To interrupt scanning toggle the mode switch to the “STOP” (center) position. The display will show the number of the zone at which the scanner has stopped.

- To manually step to a zone, place the mode switch to the “STOP” position and momentarily toggle the switch to the “MANUAL” (down) position. Repeat until the display shows the desired zone number.

- To continually scan, toggle the mode switch to the “AUTO” (up) position. The display is normally inhibited during the scanning process to minimize power consumption. To change the display status, place the display programming jumper (see illustration) to the “INHIBIT” or “ENABLE” position.

- To eliminate a zone from the scanning cycle, slide the corresponding bypass dip switch (see illustration ) to the

“BYPASS” (ON) position. To reinstate a bypassed zone, slide the dip switch to the “ACTIVE” (OFF) position.

7 SEGMENT

DISPLAY

(LOCATED ON BACK)

DISPLAY MODE

SELECTION

JUMPER

ZONE

INPUT

SIGNALS

TB4

M

S

A

SELECTION

MODE

CONNECTOR

SWITCH

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

TB1

NDS-91

ENABLE

DISPLAY

INHIBIT

F1

+1 +2 -3 -4 +5 +6

TB2

TB3

8

3

4

1

2

5

6

GATED

OUTPUTS

ZONE BYPASS

SWITCHES

TO BYPASS A SCANNED ZONE

SLIDE CORRESPONDING DIP

SWITCH TO ON POSITION.

Electrical Information:

Current Display Active 35mA @ 24 VDC

Current Display Blanked 9mA @ 24VDC

Scan Speed Approximately 16

Zones / Sec.

8 ZONE ALARM SCANNER

NDS-91

FRONT VIEW

FT

SCANNER

MOUNTING

BRACKET

(SEE RIGHT)

SCAN

MODE

SWITCH

AUTO

STOP

MANUAL

ZONE

ALARM SCANNER

SIDE VIEW

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OPTION “D2”, “D3”, “D4”

16 ZONE EXPANDABLE

ALARM SCANNER

Description - The NDS-91-16X Sixteen Zone Alarm Scanner for 2600HD1 systems, allow for automatic identification and display of the Protectowire zone in alarm as well as the alarm point distance location. In the automatic “AUTO” scan mode this device continually steps through all active (not bypassed) detection zones until an alarm input signal is received. Once received, the zone is identified and displayed with the alarm point location for approximately (6) six seconds; then resumes scanning for additional zones in alarm. The scanner may also be stopped at any zone and/or advanced manually. With expander modules the NDS-91-16X can scan up to a total of

(48) forty-eight PROTECTOWIRE zones.

Operation - While functioning in a normal standby scan “AUTO” mode the decimal point in the lower right corner of the scanner display pulses indicating proper operation.

- To interrupt scanning, toggle the mode switch to the “STOP” (center) position. The display will show the number of the zone at which the Scanner has stopped.

- To manually step to a zone, place the mode switch to the “STOP” position and momentarily toggle the switch to the “MANUAL” (down) position. Repeat until the display shows the desired zone number.

- To continually scan, toggle the mode switch to the “AUTO” (up) position. The display is normally inhibited during the scanning process to minimize power consumption. To change the display status, place programming jumper (see illustration) to “INHIBIT” or “ENABLE” position.

- To eliminate a zone from the scanning cycle, slide the corresponding dip switch (see illustration) to the

“BYPASS” (ON) position. To reinstate a bypassed zone slide the dip switch to the “ACTIVE” (OFF) position.

TWO 7 SEGMENT

DISPLAY

(LOCATED ON BACK)

DISPLAY MODE

SELECTION

JUMPER

ZONE

INPUT

SIGNALS

8

9

7

12

11

10

3

2

6

5

4

1

16

15

14

TB1

NDS-91-16

F1

H L

TB4

M

S

A

INHIBIT

DISPLAY

ENABLE

B1

B3

N O

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

N

O TB3

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

5

TB2

+1 +2 -3 -4 +5 +6 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

TB3

MODE

SELECTION

SWITCH

CONNECTOR

ZONE BYPASS

SWITCHES

TO BYPASS A SCANNED ZONE

SLIDE CORRESPONDING DIP

SWITCH TO ON POSITION.

FRONT VIEW

16 ZONE ALARM SCANNER (EXPANDABLE)

NDS-91-16X

GATED

OUTPUTS

FT

ZONE

ALARM SCANNER

Electrical Information:

Current Display Active 35mA @ 24 VDC

Current Display Blanked 9mA @ 24VDC

Scan Speed Approximately 16

Zones / Sec.

SCAN

MODE

SWITCH

AUTO

STOP

MANUAL

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OPTION “

E”- QUAD CIRCUIT

SUPERVISORY MODULE - ZM-3224

OPTION “

F”- DUAL CIRCUIT

SUPERVISORY MODULE - ZM-2

Description - The 2600HD Control Panel provides two (2) options when supervision of valves or switches such as tamper, and low air are needed..

Option “E” utilizes the ZM-3224 module which will provides up to four (4) class “B” (Style B) supervisory circuits per module or Option “F” which contains a dual circuit ZM-2 module with up to two

(2) class “A” or “B” (Style D or B) supervisory circuits per module.

TB3

1 2 3 4 5

JP1

S1

MJ1

A1

S2

MJ2

A2

S3

MJ3

A3

S4

MJ4

A4

6 7 8

TB3

OPTION “E” - ZM-3224

TB2 1 2 3 4

KB1

MJ9

TO LOCATE ALARM POINT DEPRESS

METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

5 6 TB1 1 2

MJ10

KM1

MJ5

3 4 5 6

KM2

MJ6

KM3

MJ7

7 8

KM4

MJ8

JP2

TROUBLE

ZONE

ALARM

SILENCED

MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4

ALARM

Option “E”- Utilizes a ZM-3224 module programmed for supervisory duty. This module pro-

PROTECTOWIRE MOD ZM-3224

TB5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

DP1261

9 10

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

TB4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

MJ11

1 2

SYS. T.

vides up to four (4) supervisory circuits per module.

Microjumpers (MJ1 thru MJ4) are supplied in the upper “S” position to designate each zone for use as a supervisory circuit. All supervisory zones must be wired in a class “B” (Style B) configuration and require eight terminals for field connections.

Operation - the operation condition for Option E is identical to that of Option F listed below

*Refer to Options “B” & “C” for electrical information on the ZM-3224 module.

Option “F”- Consists of a ZM-2 module which can be wired as either two (2) Class “A” (Style D) or two (2) class “B” (Style B) supervised detection

TB3

1

2 3 4 5

6 7 8

OPTION “F” - ZM-2

TB1

1

2 3 4 5

6 7 8

1 2

MJ3 circuits. Microjumpers MJ1 and MJ2 are placed in the number three (3) slot to program the module for supervisory service. The illustation to the right

MJ1

1

2

3

1

2

3

MJ2

A B

TO LOCATE PROTECTOWIRE ALARM POINT

DEPRESS METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

JP2 depicts Option F as supplied by the factory. Both microjumpers MJ1 and MJ2 are located in the number three position.

Operation - When a normally open supervisory switch closes initiating a supervisory alarm, the

JP1

ALARM

TROUBLE

DP1263

ZONE

ZONE

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

METER CAL.

SEE MANUAL

A B associate circuit’s red alarm LED activates along with the common trouble yellow LED on the main

TB4 1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9 10

PROTECTOWIRE CO.,

MOD. ZM-2

SCAN A B

+ + - -

TB2 control panel. The circuit will remain in a supervisory alarm condition until the switch has been restored to its normal open position and the alarm reset switch from the main board has been reset.

If an open in the supervisory detection loop occurs, the respective zone yellow LED trouble indicator along with the common trouble indicator on the main panel become active. These indicators will stay illuminated as long as the trouble conditions exists. Once the trouble condition has been cleared the panel will be restored to its normal working standby condition.

*Refer to Option “A” for electrical information on ZM-2 module.

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OPTION “G”

INTRINSIC SAFETY BARRIERS FOR

SPECIAL HAZARD APPLICATIONS

Description - In some applications, PROTECTOWIRE linear heat detection circuits are required to be energy limiting in order to prevent explosions in areas classified as hazardous locations. One method used to accomplish this “Intrinsic Safety” is to utilize diode shunt barriers . Diode shunt barriers consist of zener diodes with current limiting resistors which “shunt” excess voltage spikes to ground.

Operation - The Stahl #9001/01-280-100-10 is a single channel barrier used in the 2600HD Series Fire Control

Panels to provide protection in hazardous locations. If excess voltage appears across the detection circuit, the internal zener diodes of the barriers instantaneously conduct in the reverse bias direction passing the overflow current directly to the earth ground. The replaceable 160mA fuse protects the barriers from reverse polarity connection or from exposure to damaging current levels.

INTRINSIC SAFETY BARRIER FOR SPECIAL HAZARD APPLICATIONS

ELECTRICAL

Nominal Input Voltage 24VDC

Maximum Input Voltage 28VDC

Internal Resistance 303 ohms +/- 16 ohms

Fuse Rating 160mA rep. #011239

Leakage Current less than 1uA

INTRINSIC SAFETY BARRIER

STAHL 9001/01-280-100-10

1

160

160

2

INPUT TERMINALS

FUSE CARTRIDGE

Special notes:

MOUNTING TRACK

STAHL

1) Resistance from barrier mounting strip to earth ground

MUST BE one

FIELD TERMINALS

(1) ohm or less

3 4

GROUND TERMINAL

2)

ALL intrinsically safe wiring

MUST BE ISOLATED FROM NON-SAFE WIRING AND ROUTED IN A SEPARATE CONDUIT.

3)

NON-SAFE wiring MUST NOT cross into safe wiring area segregated by black lines within the system enclosure.

4) The system ground fault detection circuit must be disabled by moving microjumper MJ5 on the main control board (MB-97) to the UP position. This disables the negative leg of the initiating circuit from being connected to earth ground.

5)

WARNING: THE NEGATIVE SIDE OF INITIATING DEVICE

CIRCUIT IS CONNECTED TO EARTH GROUND, THEREFORE

A GROUND FAULT ON THE POSITIVE LEG OF THE

INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WILL RESULT IN A FALSE

ALARM

6) Suitable for use with Option “B” in hazardous locations Class I, II and

III, Division 1, Group A through G. When used with Option “C” suitable

CLASS B

INTRINSICALLY SAFE

DETECTION CKT.

TYPICAL for use in hazardous locations Class I, II

7) Reference control drawing IL-

1008 or IL-1181for installation.

8) The 2600HD Control Panel and associated intrinsic safety barriers must be installed and located outside of the hazardous area

(-)

ZONE #1

(+)

INTRISIC SAFETY BARRIER

STAHL 9001/01-280-100-10

PANEL CHASSIS & BARRIERS

MUST BE CONNECTED TO

EARTH GROUND.

(-)

(+)

INTRINSICALLY

SAFE AREA

ELR-HD-1A

END-OF-LINE

RESISTOR BOX

TEST SWITCH

OPTIONAL

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OPTION “H” - SOLENOID RELEASING

MODULE - RM-2

DESCRIPTION - The Option H Solenoid Release Module (RM-2) is designed to supervise and operate the releasing circuits and their attached solenoids or relays used for the extinguishing systems. Each circuit is equipped with “RELEASE”, “DISCONNECTED” and “SHORT” indicating LED’s for complete valve supervision and activation monitoring. Each releasing circuit can be programmed for a high going signal, initiated by a single zone alarm or a low going signal, initiated by a crosszoned or dual temperature alarm.

RELEASING CIRCUIT OPERATIONS

ALARM TRIP - When an alarm is received from a detection zone the red “RELEASE” LED on the corresponding release circuit will activate as well as appropiate visual indicators on the enclosure door. The solenoid coil is energized opening the control valve allowing the extinguishing agent to release.

SHORT CIRCUIT - If a short circuit (less than 2.5 ohms) occurs across a solenoid output circuit, the appropiate “SHORT” LED on the release module, the system trouble buzzer, and the “COM TRO” indicator on the main control panel will activate.

DISCONNECT CIRCUIT - If either of the two Solenoid Disconnect Switches are placed in the down

(Disconnect) position, the “DISCONNECT” LED, “COM TRO” indicator on the main control panel, and the system trouble buzzer will be activated simultaneously.

WARNING:

SOLENOID DISCONNECT -

Prior to servicing the control panel, the solenoid disconnect switches must be in the down or “DISCONNECT” position, to prevent any accidental releasing of the extinguishing agent.

SOL.

DISC.

JP1

TB2

+

F1

SOLENOID

RELEASE

CIRCUITS

+

-

SOLENOID SUPPLY VOLTAGE

REL.

CKT

#1

AUX.

AL.

CONT.

REL.

CKT.

#2

AUX.

AL.

CONT.

1 2

+

+

NO C

3 4 5

6 7

8

NO C

9 10

SOLENOID

RELEASE

MOD.

F2

RM-2

2A 2A

JP2

ELECTRICAL

- Solenoid Release Circuits

Operating Voltage 24 VDC

Standby/ Battery Current 6 mA

Supervisory Loop Current 2 mA ea. circuit

Max. Current Alarm for Release 1.0 Amps ea. circuit

Aux. Alarm Contacts Ratings 1 Amp @ 24 VDC

SERVICEABLE COMPONENTS

F1 # 312002 Fuse 2A 125V

F2 # 312002 Fuse 2A 125V

COMPATIBLE SOLENOIDS

Solenoid Groups : [A], [B], [D], [E], [F], [G] and [H] per FM 2000 Approval Guide

INPUTS 1 & 2

LOW FOR CROSS-

ZONED AL. TRIP

1

NORM.

2

AGENT RELEASE

CKT. DISC.

RELEASE

DISCONNECTED

SOLENOID

MONITOR

AND RELEASE

MODULE

RM-2

DISC.

SHORT

DP1262

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TB1

INPUTS 1 & 2

HIGH FOR SINGLE

ZONE AL. TRIP

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OPTION “HH” - SOLENOID RELEASING

MODULE RM-2D

DESCRIPTION - The Option HH Solenoid Release Module (RM-2D) is designed to supervise and operate the

Star Model “D” Deluge Valve. Option HH (RM-2D) is the only model which has been FM Approved for operation of the Star “D” Valve [Group C]. Each circuit is equipped with “RELEASE”, “DISCONNECTED” and

“SHORT” indicating LED for complete valve supervision and activation monitoring. Each releasing circuit can be programmed for a high going signal, initiated by a single zone alarm or a low going signal, initiated by a crosszoned or dual temperatue alarm.

RELEASING CIRCUIT OPERATIONS

ALARM TRIP - When an alarm is received from a detection zone the red “RELEASE” led on the corresponding release circuit will activate as well as appropriate visual indicators on the enclosure door. The solenoid coil is energized opening the control valve allowing the extinguishing agent to release.

SHORT CIRCUIT - If a short circuit (less than 2.5 ohms) occurs across a solenoid output circuit, the appropriate “SHORT” LED on the release module, the system trouble buzzer and the “COM TRO” indicator on the main control panel will activate.

DISCONNECT CIRCUIT - If either of the two Solenoid Disconnect Switches are placed in the down

(Disconnect) position, the “DISCONNECT” LED,“COM TRO” indicator from the main control panel and the system trouble buzzer will be activated simultaneously.

WARNING:

SOLENOID DISCONNECT -

Prior to servicing the control panel, the solenoid disconnect switches must be in the down or

“DISCONNECT” position, to prevent accidental release of the extinguishing agent.

SOL.

DISC.

JP1

+

SOLENOID

RELEASE

CIRCUITS

+

-

SOLENOID SUPPLY VOLTAGE

REL.

CKT

#1

AUX.

AL.

CONT.

REL.

CKT.

#2

AUX.

AL.

CONT.

TB2

F1

1 2

+

+

NO C

3 4 5

6 7

8

NO C

9 10

SOLENOID

RELEASE

MOD.

F2

RM-2D

4A 4A

JP2

ELECTRICAL

- Solenoid Release Circuits

Operating Voltage 24 VDC

Standby/ Battery Current 6 mA

Supervisory Loop Current 2 mA ea. circuit

Max. Current Alarm for Release 1.0 Amps ea. circuit

Aux. Alarm Contacts Ratings 1 Amp @ 24 VDC

Instantaneous Load 7.2 Amps

SERVICEABLE COMPONENTS

F1 # 313004 Fuse 4A 125V SLO-BLO

F2 # 313004 Fuse 4A 125V SLO-BLO

COMPATIBLE SOLENOIDS

Solenoid Groups : [C] per FM 2000 Approval Guide

INPUTS 1 & 2

LOW FOR CROSS-

ZONED AL. TRIP

1

NORM.

2

AGENT RELEASE

CKT. DISC.

RELEASE

DISCONNECTED

SOLENOID

MONITOR

AND RELEASE

MODULE

RM-2D

DISC.

SHORT

DP1262

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TB1

INPUTS 1 & 2

HIGH FOR SINGLE

ZONE AL. TRIP

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OPTION “J”-

Dual Circuit Solenoid & Release Module for 120VAC

OPTION “JJ” -

Dual Circuit Solenoid & Release Module for 240VAC

OPTION “L” -

Common Alarm Indicating Sonalert

Description - Option “J” and “JJ” are solenoid releasing modules which are designed to supervise and operate AC operated solenoid valves, used for activation of extinguishing systems. Each release circuit is supervised for open or shorted conditions, and are configured with an on-board disconnect switch.

Operation - Both Option “J” and “JJ” are configured in the same manner. Each solenoid module output circuit is connected to a dedicated auxiliary relay. When the solenoid circuit input goes high, the relay changes state from normally closed to normally open, thus allowing the AC input voltage to pass through the relay contacts to the solenoid field terminals.

Option “J”- Operates 120VAC rated solenoids, Requires two field terminals per releasing circuit

Option “JJ” - Operates 240 VAC rated solenoids, Requires two field terminals per releasing circuit.

Electrical Requirements - Relay Contact Ratings

DC Contact Ratings 10 Amps @ 24 VDC

AC Contact Ratings 10 Amps @ 115 VAC

Contact Configuration DPDT

Coil Rating 0.035 Amps @ 24 VDC

Field Terminals

(-) NEG.

120/240 VAC

(OUTPUT)

Solenoid

Load

2 1 8 7

3 4 5 6

1

+24V from

Initiating Zone

120/240 VAC

(INPUT)

SOL.

DISC.

JP1

TB2

F1

1 2 3 4 5

6 7

8 9 10 SOLENOID

RELEASE

MOD.

RM-2

F2

2A 2A

JP2

2

EASE

SOLENOID

MONITOR

AND RELEASE

MODULE

RM-2

Option “L”- This option provides a built-in alarm indicating sonalert which provides an audible alarm signal at the control panel. This device provides local audible alarm anninciation. It is designed solely to enhance local visual alarm indicators, and is not intended to be used for evacuation or as a substitue for listed audible signal.

This device gives off a short intermittent pulsed appliance general alarm signal. The sonalert requires very low current which results in efficient power conservation, particularly on battery back-up.

Electrical Requirements

- Option “L”

Operating Voltage 19 - 28 VDC

Typical Operating Current 22 - 26 mA

Operating Frequency 2900 Hz

Min. Sound Pressure @ 2 ft. 80dB @ max. V.

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OPTION “K”- ALARM EXPANDER

MODULE - AE-2

Description - The Alarm Expander Module (AE-2) allows for

(2) two additional supervised Notification Appliance Circuits per module to be added to the 2600HD Industrial Fire Control

Panel. These circuits may be used to select signals by zone, by system alarm, system trouble or through the auxiliary bus.

AUDIBLE

CIRCUIT #1

ELR

4.7K

AUDIBLE

CIRCUIT #2

ELR

4.7K

CLASS B

STYLE Y

Each Circuit is power limited by PTC devices (positive temperature coefficient which act as resettable fuses) rated at 3 amps hold. The alarm circuit reverses polarity on alarm and will accept either Class A or Class B (style Z or Y respectively) circuits. Each Audible Circuit also has its own alarm, open and short LED for ease of troubleshooting.

Operation - When a high input comes in on connector TB3 at pins (1) one or (2) two, the corresponding audible output circuit will activate along with the appropriate LED Each circuit is capable of driving 1.5 Amps max. at 24 VDC.

CLASS A

STYLE Z

+

+

+

+

+

CLASS B

CLASS A

-

CLASS A

+

TB1

SIG.

PWR.

VREG.

MJ3

JP1

1 2 3 4

K1

+ CLASS B

CLASS A

-

CLASS A

1 2 3 4

K2

ALARM EXPANDER

MOD. AE-2

TB2

JP2

When Alarm Expander is used as a supervised trouble

Notification Appliance Circuit (N.A.C.) microjumper MJ4 or

MJ5 must be added to prevent alarm latching. N.A.C. can only be wired as a Class B circuit.

If either Notification Appliance Circuits is shorted or opened the respective yellow LED will activate as well as the common trouble indicator on the mainboard (MB-97) and the systems trouble buzzer.

Electrical Requirements - AE-2 Alarm Expander

Operating Voltage 19 - 27 VDC

Alarm Current 1.5 Amp @ 24 Vdc

Modular Fault 12mA 1 ckt in Alarm

Condition Current 19mA with 2 ckt in Alarm

Supervision Loop Current 1.6 mA ea. circuit

Standby/ Battery Current 6 mA

End of Line Resistor = 4.7 K ohms

MJ4

ALARM

OPEN

ALARM

OPEN

SHORT

TB3

1 2 3 4

SHORT

ATX

DP1269

ATX

MJ1

MJ2

MJ5

INPUTS 1 & 2

HIGH FOR AL. TRIP

(OPTIONAL)

INPUT PROGRAMMING

MICRO JUMPERS

SYS.AL., TRO. or AUX. BUS

Microjumper Configuation -

MJ1 and MJ2 are used to connect Notification Appliance Circuits (N.A.C) to (1) one of (3) three common buses.

When microjumpers are placed in the “A” position the N.A.C. are tied to the Common Alarm Bus. When placed in the “T” position the N.A.C. are connected to the Common Trouble Bus, and in the “X” position the N.A.C. are connected to the Auxilary Alarm Bus.

MJ1 is used for the first N.A.C while MJ2 is for the second.

Microjumper

MJ3 is added when the Notification Appliance Circuits are powered by 24 V resettable system power

in lieu of 24 V FWR.

MJ4 and MJ5 are neccesary to prevent Alarm Latching when Expander Circuit is used as a supervised trouble

N.A.C. MJ4 is added for the first N.A.C. while MJ5 is for the second.

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OPTION “M” AUXILIARY ALARM RELAY

OPTION “N” AUXILIARY TROUBLE RELAY

Option “M” - Auxiliary Alarm Relay provides two (2) form C sets of contacts, which may be operated selectively by any alarm initiating circuit. This relay latches in the alarm mode and is de-energized upon system reset.

Operation - Once an initiating circuit goes into an alarm state, a normally open collector transistor drives the circuit to ground.

The relay, sourced with 24 V full wave rectified (FWR) power is then energized and the form C contacts change state until all initiating alarm conditions are cleared, and the system has been reset.

7

8

1

2

3

Option “N” - Auxiliary Trouble Relay provides two (2) sets of contacts to interfacing to other control equipment upon any system trouble or switch supervisory alarm condition. This relay option is often used to provide an interface to other systems for annunciation and/or to pilot electrical shutdown.

Operation - Option “N” Trouble Relays are typically deenergized and sourced with 24V full wave rectified (FWR) power to the positive side of the coil. The coil is connected to an initiating zone output terminal. Each zone output terminal is internally connected to an open collector transistor switch to system common. When the initiating zone goes into a trouble state, a negative going output activates the relay and it’s contacts change state.

Electrical Requirements - Option “M” & “N

DC Contact Ratings 10 Amps @ 24 VDC

AC Contact Ratings 10 Amps @ 115 VAC

Contact Configuration DPDT

Coil Rating 0.035 Amps @ 24 VDC

RELAY SOCKET

(-)

CONTACT SCHEMATIC

7 6

NO

C

C

(+)

8

1

2

5

4

3

NC

NC

NO

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OPTION “P” - 4 POLE HEAVY DUTY RELAY

OPTION “Q” - 6 POLE HEAVY DUTY RELAY

OPTION “R” - 8 POLE HEAVY DUTY RELAY

Description - The Optional Heavy Duty Series Relays, are often required for HVAC Shutdown, Conveyor Shutdown or any other application where a high VA in rush is required to perform proper operations. Three relays are available , Option “P” is a4-pole relay,

Option “Q” a 6-pole, and Option “R” an 8-pole relay. All relays are wired to field wiring terminals at the factory which are identified on the Installation Wiring Diagram (IWD) supplied with each system. These relays may be used as individual zone alarm or zone trouble relays. as well as common alarm or common trouble relays.

Contacts are easily convertible and can be configured as Normally

Open or Normally Closed depending upon application requirements. Simply loosen terminal screws and rotate about the axis of the cylindrical nut to the opposite position. Reinstall with terminal screws facing up (See Figure 1).

N.O. Contact Symbol

Rotate around cylindrical nut

B4X

A4X

B3X

A3X

B2X

A2X

BIX

AIX

Terminal screws

N.C. Contact Symbol

Option “Q” 6-pole relay shown

Fig. 1

Terminal screw rotated around cylindrical nut to change from a Normally Closed

Contact to a Normally Open Contact

Operation - All systems are wired according to the customers requirements, however, typically when an alarm condition occurs the coils are energized from a

24V full wave rectified power source switching the contacts from normally open to normally closed.

Electrical Requirements - Option “P”, “Q”, “R”

DC Contact Ratings 5.0 Amps @ 24 VDC

AC Contact Ratings 10.0 Amps @ 120 VAC

Make/Break VA Ratings 7200 VA Make, 720 VA Break

Contact Arrangement Up to 8 Poles, Convertible to N.O. or N.C. (4 N.C. max)

When using these options for common trouble indication, the relay is typically energized during a non-trouble standby condition and de-energized when a trouble condition occurs. This configuration is designed to limit current during

(-) (-)

TB4

1 standby battery operation, and offers fail safe operation for its intended use.

Relays may be wired as Latching (Non-Silencable), or Non-

Latching (Silencable) depending on system requirements

A1X

A1Y

A2X

A2Y

B1X K1

B1Y

AS-1

K2 B4X

B4Y

A3X

A3Y

A4X

A4Y

AS-1

A1Y

A1X

A2Y

A2X

B1Y

B1X

B4Y

B4X

A3Y

A3X

A4Y

A4X

2

3

4

5

10

11

12

8

9

6

7

N.C.

N.O.

N.C.

N.O.

N.C.

N.O.

(NON-SILENCEABLE) wired from Relay to field terminals at the Protectowire facility

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F

IRE

S

YSTEM

2600HD

PROTECTOWIRE

OPTION “S”- TIME DELAY RELAY

OPTION “U” - BATTERY CHARGING METERS

OPTION “S” - TIME DELAY RELAY

Description - Option “S” is a time delay relay which can be employed to prolong the activation of a designated control function within the 2600HD Fire Control Panel. In standard form, this option provides an adjustable timing cycle of 0-60 seconds.

Operation - Normally the time delay positive leg is sourced with 24VDC and the negative leg is connected to a low going zone output.

Once the appropriate output is activated, the relay coil is energized and the timer cycle begins. After cycle times out (completes), the relay contacts change state and activate the desired control function. This device is selfresetting once the activating signal is reset or cleared. Rotate the timer adjustment knob to adjust the timing cycle to the desired setting.

(-)

CONTACT SCHEMATIC

7 6 NO

C

8 5

NC

C

(+)

1

2

4

3

NC

NO

-Please reference the Installation Wiring Diagram for specific wiring and activation schemes.

ADJUSTMENT

RELAY SOCKET

20

10 .6

30

60

40

50

ELECTRICAL:

Contacts rating 10 Amps @ 120 VAC Resistive

Coil 24VDC @ 0.125 Amp

Time Delay 0.6 - 60 Seconds

Other time delays are also available on special orders

OPTION “U” - BATTERY CHARGING METERS

Description - Option “U” is designed to provide a direct visual indication of system battery status. The option utilizes two meters which provide an easy to read analog display of the battery current charge draw and the charging/standby voltage level.

Operation - The ammeter continuously displays battery charger current draw. This level may be between 1.00

Amp (full charger capacity) and 0.12 Amp (trickle current), depending upon the state of the batteries. The voltmeter does not continually monitor and display the charger voltage level. Depress the Volt

Meter Read Switch to display the voltage level of the batteries. While in the standby “PWR

ON” mode, the voltage level reflects the battery and charger levels in a charging state. While in

PWR OUT mode, the voltage level reflects the actual standby battery voltage level.

PRESS FOR VOLTS

0

D C

10

VO LT S

20

30

METER MOUNTING BRACKET

DC VOLT METER

VOLT METER READ SWITCH

D C

M ER E

S

0

.25

.5

.75

1

DC AMMETER

ELECTRICAL:

Volt Meter Range 0-30 VDC +/- 5%

Ammeter Range 0-1.0 Amps +/-5%

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F

IRE

S

YSTEM

2600HD

PROTECTOWIRE

OPTION “T

”-

EXTERNAL KEY OPERATED

SWITCHES

Description - Option “T” consists of four (4) externally mounted key operated switches.These switches are used to duplicate the main control functions normally operated by the momentary switches mounted on the Main Board (MB-

97 or MB-97UC1) located inside the 2600HD system enclosure. System functions provided by the external key switches are “System Reset”, “Alarm Silence”, “Trouble/Supervisory Silence” and “ Lamp Test”. All control switches are NEMA-4 rated and will maintain the approval and NEMA rating of the enclosure when factory installed.

Operation - See the table below for each control function and operation. All switches are keyed alike

External Key Operated System Control Switches

SYSTEM RESET System Reset Switch. Insert key and turn clockwise to reset system from alarm condition

ALARM SILENCE Alarm Silence Switch. Insert key and turn clockwise to silence notification appliances activated by ALARM condition.

TROUBLE/

SUPERVISORY

SILENCE

Trouble/Supervisory Alarm Silence Switch . Insert key and turn clockwise to silence activated common trouble signal (steady buzzer) or supervisory alarm

(pulsing buzzer)

LAMP/

TROUBLE

Lamp Test and Trouble Test. Insert key and turn clockwise to test indicator lamps and system trouble signaling.

TEST

Note:

The function of the external switches duplicate that of the internal control switches mounted on the Main

Control Board. The control switch function may be achieved using either the internal or external switches.

External Key Operated

System Control Switches

Mounted in a NEMA4 rated Enclosure with glass front

SYSTEM RESET SWITCH

ALARM SILENCE SWITCH

TROUBLE/ SUPERVISORY ALARM

SILENCE SWITCH

LAMP/ TROUBLE TEST SWITCH

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F

IRE

S

YSTEM

2600HD

PROTECTOWIRE

OPTION “V

-

AUXILIARY POWER

SUPERVISORY MODULE -

APS-1

Description - The APS-1 Auxiliary Power

Supervisory Module, is used to increase the

2600HD Series Control Panels power. The APS-1 supplies power required for the addition of panel devices such as Release Modules (Option “H’),

Alarm Expander Module (Option “K”), etc. This module supplies a complete supervised power source for systems with power requirements that exceed that of the standard system power supply.

These sources can be either Regulated or Non-

Regulated 120/240 VAC and only one (1) can be installed per system.

OPTION “V” - APS-1

-

3

+

-

2

TB2

AUX.

PWR

TRO

L1

POWER

SUPERVISORY

RELAY

K1

F1

AUX. PWR.

SUPERVISORY

MODULE

APS-1

-

BR1

+

F2

TB1

5

6

7

8

3

4

1

2

PWR SPLY

Operation - The power from the APS-1 is rated and distributed uniquely for each application.

Reference the Installation Wiring Diagram (IWD) for each system to determine power distribution and availability. Under normal operating condition, the on-board Power Supervisory Relay is normally energized. When power drops out, from either the main or auxiliary sources, the relay de-energizes.

and the panel will transfer to full system batteries. The power from these batteries is then distributed to panel devices as required. The yellow Auxiliary Power Trouble LED indicator from the APS-1 module, along with Common Trouble LED from the main panel will be active.

For troubleshooting purposes, the Power On LED from the main board will drop out, and Auxiliary

Power Trouble LED from APS-1 module, will be activate when the main power source has failed. For

Auxiliary Power failure, Both the Power On LED and the Auxiliary Power Trouble LED will be active.

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F

IRE

S

YSTEM

2600HD

PROTECTOWIRE

EB-2 & EB-3

EXPANDER BOARDS

Description- The EB-2 & EB-3 are plug-in expansion boards which allow common system buses to be connected from one module level to the next without the need for point to point wiring.

Operation- Each EB-2 expansion board contains ten (10) common buses and four terminal connectors. The JP2A and JP2B terminals are male connectors that connect into corresponding female connectors on the various system modules such as ZM-2, ZM-3224, AE-2 or

SM-2. The JP1 and JP3 terminals are used to connect multiple expander boards together.

These terminals may also be used for external access for each of the ten common bus functions.

The EB-3 (shown below) functions the same as the EB-2 except it can connect up to three

(3) rows of boards together.

MJ1

2

3

1

2

3

MJ2

JP1

TB3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TB1

1

+

2 3 4

-

5

+

6 7 8

-

1 2

1 2 3 4 5 6

JP1

7 8 9 10

A B

TO LOCATE PROTECTOWIRE ALARM POINT

DEPRESS METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

ALARM

TROUBLE

DP1263

TB4 1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9

ALARM/TROUBLE LEDS ON:

ZONE ALARM SILENCED

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

ZONE

A B

ZONE

METER CAL.

SEE MANUAL

10

PROTECTOWIRE CO.,

MOD. ZM-97

SCAN A B

+ + - -

TB2

JP2

JP2A

JP2A

+24V NONRESETTABLE

+24V RESETTABLE

COM TRO BUS

AL.

COM

TEST BUS

AL BUS

AL SIL

LAMP TEST

BUS

(-) COM. RTN

TRO. INH. READ

SPARE

EB-3

EB-2

JP1

JP2A

+24V NONRESETTABLE

+24V RESETTABLE

AL.

COM TRO BUS

COM

TEST BUS

AL BUS

AL SIL BUS

LAMP TEST

(-) COM. RTN

TRO. INH. READ

SPARE

BUS

MTR

JP2A

PROTECTOWIRE

EXPANDER BOARD

EB-97-2

MJ1

1

2

3

1

2

3

MJ2

JP1

TB3 1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8

PROTECTOWIRE

EXPANDER BOARD

EB-97-3

TB1 1 2

+

3 4 5 6

+

7 8

-

12

A B

TO LOCATE PROTECTOWIRE ALARM POINT

DEPRESS METER SWITCH ON ZONE IN ALARM

ALARM

TROUBLE

DP1263

TB4 1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9

ALARM/TROUBLE LEDS ON:

ZONE ALARM SILENCED

2600HD SERIES CONTROL

ZONE

A B

ZONE

METER CAL.

SEE MANUAL

10

PROTECTOWIRE CO.,

MOD. ZM-97

SCAN A B

+ + -

TB2

JP2

JP2B

+24V NONRESETTABLE

+24V RESETTABLE

AL.

COM TRO BUS

TEST BUS

COM AL BUS

AL SIL

LAMP TEST

BUS

(-) COM. RTN

TRO. INH. READ

SPARE

BUS

MTR

JP2B

JP2B

+24V NONRESETTABLE

+24V RESETTABLE

AL.

COM TRO BUS

TEST BUS

COM

AL SIL

AL BUS

BUS

LAMP TEST BUS

(-) COM. RTN

TRO. INH. READ

SPARE

MTR

JP2B

SOL.

DISC.

JP1

TB2

F1

1 2 3

+ + -

4 5

6 7

8 9 10

SOLENOID

RELEASE

MOD.

F2

2A

SM-97

2A

JP2

1

CKT. DISC.

2

RELEASE

NORM. DISCONNECTED

SOLENOID

MONITOR

AND RELEASE

MODULE

SM-97

DISC.

SHORT

DP1262

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOL.

DISC.

JP1

TB2

F1

1

+

2

-

3

+ -

4 5

6 7

8 9 10

SOLENOID

RELEASE

MOD.

F2

2A

SM-97

2A

JP2

1

NORM.

2

RELEASE

DISCONNECTED

SOLENOID

MONITOR

AND RELEASE

MODULE

SM-97

DISC.

SHORT

DP1262

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

JP2C

+24V NONRESETTABLE

+24V RESETTABLE

AL.

COM TRO BUS

COM

TEST BUS

AL BUS

AL SIL BUS

LAMP TEST

(-) COM. RTN

TRO. INH. READ

SPARE

BUS

MTR

JP2C

1 2 3 4

JP3

5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4

JP3

5 6 7 8 9 10

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