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Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
SYSTEM CONCEPT
The Allestec 800 series gas and fire
control panel is designed to supervise and
respond to the result of a gas or fire
signal while maintaining simple panel
annunciation. This modular system is
primarily suited for the end user who
requires a minimum learning curve and
simplicity in installation as well as operation.
One panel assembly is designed to accommodate small to medium requirements. As
many as 32 points of initiating devices can
accommodate a panel assembly. Field wiring
is completed on a point to point installation
between devices and the panel. A remote abort
is possible with the optional digital Abort
Panel. Completely occupied, the entire panel
dimensions are only 3.5" high X 19" wide X 7"
deep.
SELECTABLE MODULES
Task specific modules perform functions
related to their respective input detectors or
output appliances. The modules can be selected to accommodate the best possible
configuration while allowing room for
expansion as necessary. Removal of any
module from the slot will induce a system
fault.
GAS / FIRE SYSTEM
INTEGRATION IN A
SINGLE ENCLOSURE
EIA standard 19" width panel
Integrates gas and fire control in same enclosure
Designed for special hazard industrial environments
Conforms to all NFPA standards for signaling and
releasing
Abort module available to hold-delay or restart
discharge
Release module is able to activate a reserve tank if
the first tank fails, or fire remains after first tank is
released
Fully automatic operation
Inhibit to invoke a system test
24VDC input can use customer redundant power rail
Voting capabilities
Time delay for single spectrum detectors
Low power CMOS and microcomputer design
Three year parts and labor warranty
APPLICATIONS
SYSTEM EVENTS
Oil refineries
All faults are displayed at the lower half of
the modules and are bussed to the system Fault
Module. The Fault Module can be silenced for
any successive faults. All faults will be locally
announced at their respective modules and
transferred at the Fault Module. All audible
appliances can be silenced locally or remotely.
An inhibit function is provided to allow system
testing of all operations without solenoid
activation. The panel cannot be reset until all
active alarms have been cleared.
Aircraft hangars
Chemical plants
Nuclear power plants
Off shore oil platforms
Co-generation power plants
Natural gas compressor stations
Petroleum products pumping stations
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p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
PROTECTION
QUALITY AND RELIABILITY
The system is protected from reverse voltage polarity,
power surges, and RFI energy. Under voltage or over
voltage from the redundant power source will induce a
fault and be displayed on the Fault Module. A cover
protector plate spans the length of the rack, containing
the wire and associated terminal strips. Flow through
ventilation allows cool and silent operation without the
need of forced air. The optional locking clear Plexiglas
door opens for total access to the front of the panel.
High quality components are carefully selected for the
manufacturing of the panel. All output relays are sealed
and contain an inert gas to prevent contacts from
oxidizing. All standard resistors are carbon composition quality. Precision resistors selected are long
term stability military type conformal coated RN series.
All contact mating surfaces are gold plated to enhance
signal conduction and reduce oxidation. Printed circuit
boards contain double sided plated through holes.
Solder mask is over bare copper to prevent wetting
action from wave and IR soldering. All modules are
cycled with elevated heat in the environmental chamber
prior to testing.
POWER
Allestec has designed the panel to accept customer
available redundant power supplies. Although the
panel is designed and approved for 20 - 28VDC
operation, a source voltage as low as 14VDC will
operate panel.
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
Customer supplied 20 - 28 VDC redundant power
sources
Absolute lowest operating voltage:
14 VDC
System power requirements:
Dependent on quantity and type of modules installed
Dry relay outputs:
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive
All output relays sealed and contains an inert gas
Relays customer selective for N.O. or N.C.
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
RFI interference:
Meets Factory Mutual specification as listed in
Class #3820
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
REPRESENTED BY:
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MODULE ENCLOSURE
The Allestec model 800 expandable
panel accommodates all modules of the
800 series gas and fire suppression
family. Constructed of durable .1" zinc
chromate plated steel, the heavy-duty
housing is designed for rigorous use in
industrial and high hazard environments.
The standard EIA 19" rack can be custom
ordered to any length, occupying
minimum space while maximizing
configurations. Matching blank modules
can be ordered to occupy any open slots.
The maximum height of the rack is only
3.5" and is supplied with a locking clear
Plexiglas door. An alternative architect
bezel kit (shown) is also available.
SYSTEM MOTHER BOARD
The back of the panel assembly
incorporates a full-length motherboard
allowing the transfer of signal
communication between the modules.
Durable Phoenix terminal strips are
connected to the customer accessible rear
panel allowing easy wire insertion by the
45 degree angle of the connectors. The
motherboard terminal block connections
are designated by the copper etch on the
board itself and by the label located
directly on the terminal strips.
EIA industry standard rack
expandable up to 19"
High current 5 amp AC or DC relay
connections
Screw latch locks modules in place
Gold plated card edge connectors
All modules bussed to each other
Only 3.5" high
Steel housing reduces RF penetration
User specified polarized keying of
module location
Up to four isolated zones
REPRESENTED BY:
Power and ground terminals are
located below the main terminal strip and
accommodate dual power supply
connections. This power plane is bussed
across the motherboard, supplying power
to all modules and their respective
appliances connected to the terminals.
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PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
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SPECIFICATIONS
1690
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Maximum 16 modules
MOUNTING POSITION:
Any angle
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
No active device other than transient suppression
Terminal connections rated at 5 amps, 30 VDC
Contact Allestec for AC operation
WEIGHT AT 19”:
7.5 lbs.
MATERIAL HOUSING:
.1” thick Zinc chromate plated steel side panels, top
and bottom are .059” thick
Housing assists in the attenuation of induced RF
radiation
BACK PLANE MOTHER BOARD:
3/32” thick FR4 two-ounce fiberglass, UL listed
Double sided plated printed circuit board
Solder mask on both sides of board
MODULE LOCATION:
Any order except Fault Module required on right side
of last module
Polarizing keys supplied for final location of modules
FIELD WIRE CONNECTIONS:
Ten-position terminal strip for each module accepts up
to a 14 AWG single or stranded conductor
POWER CONNECTION:
Screw type terminal blocks for 24 VDC connection of
dual power supplies
Terminal strip accepts up to 14 AWG single or
stranded conductor
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1690-XX
Rack assembly with low profile bezel - X represents
number of slots required
800-1192-XX
Rack assembly with front locking door - X represents
number of slots required
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Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
The
Allestec model 1443D Release
Module can accommodate a single or
dual release application system.
Conditions can be programmed to allow
the reserve tank to extinguish if the main
tank should fail or if the fire remains after
the main tank discharges. Two independent time delays can be programmed
into the module to control each discharge
tank. Each solenoid circuit is rated at 24
VDC, 4 amps.
The module can be located into an
inhibit mode so the system can be tested
without activating the solenoids. Other
features include the ability to program an
abort switch to add 30 seconds to the
existing module timing sequence or
activate a solenoid on the release of the
abort button.
Faults that are transmitted to the Fault
Module include open solenoid circuit
coil(s), open pressure line switch or open
abort switch line.
An auxiliary relay is activated at the
time of the main tank activation. This
relay is a SPDT contact, selectable with a
5 amp rating.
REPRESENTED BY:
Direct replacement for the model
1443 Release Module
Solenoid driven system to allow for
various agent releases
Inhibit (disable) function allows
system testing without activating the
solenoids
Ability to accommodate one or two
release tanks
Automatic backup mode protects
against post ignition occurrence
Abort and pressure switch can be
optional accessories
Microprocessor is fully programmed
through the two membrane switches
Non-volatile memory storage of
configuration data
Sonalert beeps at each second
interval
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
70mA quiescent, 107mA alarm; no load
Release solenoids:
Two independent circuits source 24 VDC, 4 amps each
Auxiliary discharge relay:
Dry contact changes state on the first (main) release
SPDT relay rated 5 amps, 30 VDC resistive, 250 VAC
RELEASE
Timed release:
Two independent adjustable digital timers: Main time
is: .1 to 9.9 minutes, Reserve time is: .2 to 9.9 minutes
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Abort output: (delayed or on abort release)
24 VDC output during time count down
Clock sync output:
1 Hz, 24 VDC during time count down
External reset:
Open TB1-6 terminal from negative will reset timing
sequence; input normally grounded
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
4.0 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART
DESCRIPTION
800-1443D
Release Module - standard label
800-1186
System Manual
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The
Allestec model 1820 Release
Module can accommodate a single or
dual release applicat ion syst em.
Conditions can be programmed to allow
the reserve tank to extinguish if the main
tank should fail or if the fire remains
after the main tank discharges. Two inde
- p e n d e nt t ime d e la y s c a n b e
programmed into the module to control
each discharge tank. Each solenoid
circuit is rated at 24 VDC, 4 amps.
The module can be located into an
inhibit mode so the system can be tested
without activating the solenoids. Other
features include the ability to program
an abort switch to add 30 seconds to the
existing module timing sequence or
activate a solenoid on the release of the
abort button.
Faults that are transmitted to the Fault
Module include open solenoid circuit
coil(s), open pressure line switch or
open abort switch line.
An auxiliary relay is activated at the
time of the main tank activation. This
relay is a SPDT contact, selectable with
a 5 amp rating.
REPRESENTED BY:
Beckons the Status Module
Solenoid driven system to allow for
various agent releases
Inhibit (disable) function allows
system testing without activating the
solenoids
Ability to accommodate one or two
release tanks
Automatic backup mode protects
against post ignition occurrence
Abort and pressure switch can be
optional accessories
Microprocessor is fully programmed
through the two membrane switches
Non-volatile memory storage of
configuration data
Sonalert beeps at each second
interval
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
70mA quiescent, 107mA alarm; no load
Release solenoids:
Two independent circuits source 24 VDC, 4 amps each
Auxiliary discharge relay:
Dry contact changes state on the first (main) release
SPDT relay rated 5 amps, 30 VDC resistive, 250 VAC
RELEASE
Timed release:
Two independent adjustable digital timers: Main time
is: .1 to 9.9 minutes, Reserve time is: .2 to 9.9 minutes
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Copy
Input for external fault monitoring
Clock sync output:
1 Hz, 24 VDC during time count down
External reset:
Open TB1-6 terminal from negative will reset timing
sequence; input normally grounded
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
4.0 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART
DESCRIPTION
800-1820
Release Module - standard label
800-1186
System Manual
Refer to you distributor for correct field wiring
installation.
1820
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Systems
requiring
an
alternative
method from other suppression agents
can utilize the Allestec 800-2800 Cycle
Release Module.
A pre-discharge time can be programmed into the module prior to allowing to
initiating the mist cycle sequence. This
delay allows for personnel evacuation at
which time the Alarm Module will be
initiated.
The Cycle Release Module is
designed to sustain a mist spray from a
pre-determined on/off cycle time. It
then enters into a pause mode to assess
the existence of a remaining fire or a
post ignition occurance, then acts upon
the situation by implementing another
water mist cycle.
During each cycle of operation, the
display indicates the time remaining for
the cycle, the cycle count and if the unit
is in a pause mode. LEDs also indicate
when the mist valve is in the open or
closed position as well as pause mode.
The module can be located into an
inhibit mode so the system can be tested
without activating the solenoids
Fault conditions are transmitted to the
Fault Module and also trip a local fault
relay.
REPRESENTED BY:
Programmable to cycle the water mist
delivery system including a pause
mode
Inhibit (disable) function allows
system testing without the activating
the release solenoids
Ability to accommodate one 24 VDC
or two series 12 VDC release
solenoids
Microprocessor controlled and
programmed through the panel two
membrane switches
Non-volatile data configuration storage
Applications include oil refineries,
industrial electrical equipment,
flammable liquid pumping and storage
facilities, co-generation power plants,
etc.
Conforms to NFPA 750.
Accessible SPDT fault relay
Remote reset input
Auxiliary programmable CPU input
for special conditions
Sonalert beeps at each timing interval
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
75mA quiescent, 75mA alarm
Release output:
One circuit sources at 24 VDC, 3A hold, 6A trip
Fault relay:
Rated 5A, 30 VDC, 250 VAC
RELEASE
Pre-discharge:
Adjustable from 0 to 99 seconds
Mist on/off cycle:
Adjustable from 5 to 99 seconds
Cycle time counts (if fire is extinguished
up to the first pause mode):
Adjustable from 1 to 9 counts
Pause mode timing:
Adjustable from .1 to 9.9 minutes
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Clock sync output:
1 Hz, 24 VDC during time count down (optional)
External reset:
Provide momentary + 24 VDC to TB2-3 terminal
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
4.0 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-2800
Cycle Release Module
800-1186
System Manual
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The Allestec Alarm Module, model
number 1442, is programmable from
other modules within the panel assembly
to facilitate in the announcement of audio
and visual external appliances. An alarm
signal will turn on channel one, normally
the bell channel. Channel two, the horn
circuit, is simultaneously turned on. A
silence switch is provided to silence the
audible alarm(s) or any successive
alarms. The strobe circuit located on
channel three, remains in the alarm
condition until the primary Input Module(s) can be reset. This safety feature
ensures that all alarms have been cleared
before the Alarm Module strobe channel
can be reset.
An external input allows the remote
field activation of the Alarm Module.
This input duplicates the function of the
other modules connected through the
motherboard buss. The remote silence
input, or the silence switch located on the
front panel, can then be depressed to
silence the appliances. Any reoccurrence
of alarms, locally or remotely, will
activate the module again.
Each output is individually monitored
for a fault condition. A fault will be
announced with its respective yellow
fault LED and will activate the Fault
Module.
Three appliance channels
Remote trip and silence inputs
LED local alarm annunciation
All field wiring supervised per
NFPA
REPRESENTED BY:
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current excluding appliances:
30mA quiescent, 90mA maximum
Relay outputs:
Three relays fused at 2 amps each, 24 VDC
Output relays sealed and contains an inert gas
Alarm mode:
Utilizes reverse polarity on alarm, supplying 24 VDC
to the appliances
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
3.8 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
RFI interference:
Meets Factory Mutual specification as listed in
Class #3820
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1442
Alarm Module
800-1211
End of line resistors (3 supplied) - may not be required on all appliances
800-1186
System manual
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The Allestec model 1457 NT420 Gas
Module monitors industry standard 4-20
mA output signals, allowing a real time
digital display of the input current. The
NT420 is connected through the 800
panel motherboard buss and is able to
beckon the Alarm, Fault and the Relay
Modules. This module is capable of
being utilized as a standalone module, or
can be integrated with other Allestec
modules.
Programming is completed though the
two front panel membrane switches. A
sonalert responds to each command as the
parameters are entered. While in the
program mode, all relay outputs are
disabled and the fault circuit is active.
For each alarm level, the respective relay
output will energize and follow its
latching mode as established in the
program setup. The program mode is
also capable of displaying the actual 420mA loop current in real time. This
feature can be utilized for loop current
diagnostics for system servicing.
An optional 4-20mA output is
available for a recorder or similar type of
measuring instrument. This output signal
is an exact duplicate of the input signal
and has no influence on the module
calibration.
REPRESENTED BY:
Fully programmable from front panel
No potentiometers to adjust
Prevent sensor drift of display utilizing a
dead band area
Three levels of alarm set points with relating
relays
All user adjustments executed with two
membrane switches
Real time digital display from 0 to 100 %LFL,
PPM, or % input current
Real time digital display of 4-20mA current
Optional 4-20mA recorder output
Under range, over range, over current, fault
annunciation
24VDC open collector fault output, failsafe
mode
Ability to beckon Allestec Alarm, Fault and
Relay Module
DESIGN FEATURES
True analog to digital conversion
True digital display representation of loop
current
Linear scale
Integral microprocessor design
Digital filter
Display digit fluctuating inhibitor
Memory retention with loss of power
100 milliseconds loop current sampling rate
Peak hold of 4-20mA signal prevents display
dither
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p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC power source
Operating current:
Quiescent with input = 4mA: 85mA
Maximum alarm with input = 20mA: 130mA
Dry relay outputs:
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive, 250 VAC
Output relay sealed and contains an inert gas
Relays are selective for N.O. or N.C.
Sensor / transmitter output 24 VDC power:
Fused for 3 amps
DISPLAY
Red seven segment displays:
Low scale displays “ur” for under range, then -10 to 00
High scale displays 1H for 100, the “or” for over range
and “oc” for over current
Dominant wavelength:
640nm
Segment height:
.3” high
Display LEDs:
Red - HIHI indicates high high alarm
Red - HI indicates high alarm
Orange - LO indicates low alarm
Yellow - FAULT indicates fault condition
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
4.2 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1457-1454
NT420 Gas detection module %LFL
800-1457-1489
NT420 Gas detection module PPM
800-1457-1490
NT420 Analog input module %
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Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
The model 1440 Input Module is the
initiating module which connects up to
three independent dry relay contacts from
detector outputs. Adding additional
modules expands the number of points of
fire detection in three point increments.
The three discrete inputs can be voted
between each other adding confidence to
the system. Output relay is individually
controlled from the DIP switch
configuration. The Alarm, Release
and Relay Modules are activated in a
pre-selected sequence established
from the DIP switch configurations.
Inputs are individually monitored
for a fault condition. A fault will be
announced with its respective yellow
fault LED and will activate the Fault
Module. The detector power output
fuse is monitored and rated for 2
amps.
REPRESENTED BY:
Three independent inputs applicable to
any dry input contact device, such as
optical, smoke, or heat detectors
Three independent input time delays
adjustable from 0 to 15 seconds
Auxiliary form C fire relay can be
independently voted
Relay is selective for latching or nonlatching
Memory feature allows alarm LED to
remain on during alarm and blinks
when alarm clears
Input voting capability has
independent control transferred to
Alarm Module and Release Module
Recessed detector test switch option
able to source or sink current
Detector fused power output and reset
switch
All field wiring supervised per NFPA
requirement
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
31mA quiescent, 65mA alarm
Detector power source fuse rating:
2 amps DC
Dry relay outputs:
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive
Output relay sealed and contains an inert gas
Auxiliary fire relay is customer selective for latching
or non-latching
Relay is form C configuration
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
3.7 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
RFI interference:
Meets Factory Mutual specification as listed in
Class #3820
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1440
Input Module
800-1211
End of line resistors, 3 supplied
800-1378
Test switch rod
800-1186
System manual
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Single
or multiple cascaded pull
stations independently operate the Model
1441 Manual Pull Module. This module
has many features that allow the customer
to configure the release system in
accordance with local jurisdictions.
Activating the Manual Pull Module will
result in its local relay transfer and
beckoned the Alarm, Release and Relay
Modules. Customer has options to select
instant or pre-determined time delay on
release mechanism located at the Release
Module. The ability to control the
discharge of one or two tanks is also
selectable.
An inhibit switch allows system testing
while preventing the release mechanism
from actuating. The customer is aware of
the inhibit by the blinking inhibit LED
and annunciation of the Fault Module.
The Alarm Module will activate upon
receiving the contact closure of a pull
station.
The Manual Pull Module input is
individually monitored for a fault
condition. A fault will be announced
with its respective yellow fault LED and
will activate the Fault Module.
Multiple manual pull stations
monitored
Inhibit feature allows system
testing
Auxiliary form C output relay
Ability to select instant or delayed
agent release
Ability to select one or two tank
discharges
All field wiring supervised per
NFPA
REPRESENTED BY:
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
25mA quiescent, 42mA alarm
Dry relay outputs:
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive
Output relay sealed and contains an inert gas
Relay is form C configuration
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
3.1 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
RFI interference:
Meets Factory Mutual specification as listed in
Class #3820
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1441
Manual Pull Module
800-1211
End of line resistors, 1 supplied
800-1186
System manual
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The Fault Module is a common system
annunciator triggered by any faults in the
system. All faults are displayed locally
on each module but are also transmitted
centrally to the Fault Module, sounding a
sonalert. The sonalert can be silenced
while determining the source of the fault.
A fault will be noted with the system
fault LED and de-energize the failsafe
fault relay output.
A protection circuit monitors the
power supply voltage for under or over
voltage inputs. Should the power supply
voltage deviate from its required
specification, the system fault LED will
illuminate and the sonalert will sound,
followed by the relay changing state.
An auxiliary normally closed input is
provided to monitor any dry contacts. If
the contact is open, the auxiliary LED
will illuminate and the sonalert will
sound followed by the relay changing
state.
Monitors complete 800 panel
Announces the removal of any
module
Announces any open fuses
Fault relay output
DC low and high voltage limit
monitoring
Auxiliary fault input connection
Audible fault can be silenced
All field wiring supervised per
NFPA
REPRESENTED BY:
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
31mA quiescent, 40mA maximum
Dry relay outputs:
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive
Output relay sealed and contains an inert gas
Relay is form C configuration
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
3.1 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
RFI interference:
Meets Factory Mutual specification as listed in
Class #3820
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1444
Fault Module
800-1186
System manual
TYPICAL WIRING
1444
REV B
© 2001 ALLESTEC CORP.
Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
Model
1530 Input Module is a
primary detector module that accepts
two independent dry relay contacts
from initiating devices. This module
can vote between its local two input
channels as well as other Input Vote
Modules, requiring the combination of
up to four valid alarms to confirm the
alar m co nd it io n. The vo t ing
configuration can trip the Alarm, Release and Relay Modules based on DIP
switch settings.
Inputs are individually monitored for
a fault condition. A fault will be announced with its respective yellow fault
LED and will activate the Fault
Module. The detector power output fuse
is monitored and rated at 3A.
REPRESENTED BY:
Module can occupy same rack as
three channel model 1440 Input
Module
Accepts two independent inputs
applicable to any dry input contact
device, such as optical, smoke, or
heat detectors
Optional time delays are adjustable
from 0 to 15 seconds for each input
Auxiliary form C fire relay can be
independently voted
Relay is selective for latching or nonlatching
Memory feature allows alarm LED to
remain on during alarm and blinks
when alarm clears
Input voting capability has
independent control transferred to
Alarm Module and Release Module
Recessed detector test switch option
able to source or sink current
Individual open collector outputs for
each channel operate in failsafe mode
Detector fused power output and
reset switch
All field wiring supervised per
NFPA requirement
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
30mA quiescent, 54mA alarm
Detector power source fuse rating:
3 amps
Dry relay outputs:
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive, 250 VAC
Output relay sealed and contains an inert gas
Auxiliary fire relay is customer selective for latching
or non-latching
Relay is form C configuration
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
3.7 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1530
Input Module
800-1211
End of line resistors, 2 supplied
800-1378
Test switch rod
800-1186
System manual
TYPICAL WIRING
1530
REV B
© 2001 ALLESTEC CORP.
Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
The Allestec Abort Module is
designed to be connected to the
Model 800 fire panel and other
fire panels requiring abort
function.
Standard 3 gang
mounting and stainless steel
bezel allow the unit to be placed
in many locations.
Digital
display remains blank until the
module receives its 24 VDC start
signal. LED digits are legible in
bright daylight from a distance of
12 feet.
Pressing the abort
switch resets the display(s) back
to zero.
Audible sonalert during time count
Power LED
Small 3 gang size
Optional dual display
Available clock sync input
Low power CMOS design
Internal voltage regulation
Aesthetic enhanced design
REPRESENTED BY:
APPLICATIONS
Oil refineries
Chemical plants
Co-generating power plants
Natural gas pumping stations
Aircraft hangars
Industrial
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATING VOLTAGE:
20-28 VDC
OPERATING CURRENT:
Primary Board: 18mA Quiescent, 105mA Maximum
Secondary Board Option: 21mA Quiescent, 185mA
Maximum
FUSE F1:
Primary Board: 125mA P/N 1394
Secondary Board Installed: 250mA P/N 1414
AUDIBLE:
Sonalert pulse 1 cycle per second during count down
Frequency: 3.8 Khz @ 75dB 1m
ENVIRONMENT:
Temperature Range: 0 degrees F - 150 degrees F
Humidity: Non-condensing 0 - 95%
CONSTRUCTION:
Bezel: Stainless Steel
Printed Circuit Board: 1/16” two ounce copper, FR-4
fiberglass, double sided, plated through holes, solder
MOUNTING:
Standard 3 gang wall mount switch box
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1436
Single Display Abort Module
800-1437
Dual Display Abort Module
800-1186
System manual
NOTE: Refer to the Release Module, P/N 1443D for field wiring.
1436
REV B
© 2001 ALLESTEC CORP.
Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
The Allestec model 1760 Relay Module
allows additional relay functions to assist
the available outputs of the 800 panel.
Three relays can be configured to change
state when a certain condition occurs
within the panel. Two relays are directed
to the general alarm module while one
relay is retained for system faults.
Relays can be configured for latching or
non-latching and failsafe operation. An
LED is associated with each of the three
relays. The LED is illuminated only when
a relay changes state.
A sonalert is provided that emits a
chirping sound whenever a relay changes
state. The sonalert can be silenced while a
relay remains activated.
Three system relays available for
various alarm conditions
Relays are SPDT, all three
contacts for each relay are
accessible
Sonalert sounds on any of the three
relays changing state
An LED indicates which relay is
activated
Optional external reset available
REPRESENTED BY:
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
20mA quiescent, 90mA alarm
Dry relay outputs:
General, auxiliary, fault relays
5 amps, 30 VDC resistive, 250 VAC
Output relays are sealed and contains an inert gas
Relays are form C configuration
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
3.7 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
800-1760
Relay Module
800-1186
System manual
TYPICAL WIRING
1760
REV B
© 2001 ALLESTEC CORP.
Modular Special Hazard Safety Controls
The Allestec model 1820 Release Module
can accommodate a single or dual release
application system. Conditions can be
programmed to allow the reserve tank to
extinguish if the main tank should fail or if the
fire remains after the main tank discharges.
Two inde-pendent time delays can be
programmed into the module to control each
discharge tank. Each solenoid circuit is rated
at 24 VDC, 4 amps.
The module can be located into an inhibit
mode so the system can be tested without
activating the solenoids. Other features
include the ability to program an abort switch
to add 30 seconds to the existing module
timing sequence or activate a solenoid on the
release of the abort button.
Faults that are transmitted to the Fault
Module include open solenoid circuit coil(s),
open pressure line switch or open abort
switch line.
An auxiliary relay is activated at the time of
the main tank activation. This relay is a SPDT
contact, selectable with a 5 amp rating.
Solenoid driven system to allow for
various agent releases
Inhibit (disable) function allows
system testing without activating the
solenoids
Ability to accommodate one or two
release tanks
Automatic backup mode protects
against post ignition occurrence
Abort and pressure switch can be
optional accessories
Microprocessor is fully programmed
through the two membrane switches
Non-volatile memory storage of
configuration data
Sonalert beeps at each second
interval
REPRESENTED BY:
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Approved operating voltage:
20 - 28 VDC redundant power sources
Operating current:
70mA quiescent, 107mA alarm; no load
Release solenoids:
Two independent circuits source 24 VDC, 4 amps each
Auxiliary discharge relay:
Dry contact changes state on the first (main) release
SPDT relay rated 5 amps, 30 VDC resistive, 250 VAC
RELEASE
Timed release:
Two independent adjustable digital timers: Main time
is: .1 to 9.9 minutes, Reserve time is: .2 to 9.9 minutes
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Abort output: (delayed or on abort release)
24 VDC output during time count down
Clock sync output:
1 Hz, 24 VDC during time count down
External reset:
Open TB1-6 terminal from negative will reset timing
sequence; input normally grounded
MECHANICAL
Size:
1.04”W X 3.46”H X 6.4”D
Weight:
4.0 ounces
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient operating temperature:
0 degrees F to 150 degrees F,
-17 degrees C to 65 degrees C,
90% humidity non-condensing
Packaging and exposure:
NEMA 1
PART
DESCRIPTION
800-1820
Release Module
800-1186
System Manual
810 russell palmer road kingwood, texas 77339
p.o. box 6092 KINGWOOD, TEXAS 77325
PHONE: 281-359-1519 FAX: 281-359-2085
www.ALLESTEC.com
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