PS1 Sounder - Pertronic Industries

PS1 Sounder - Pertronic Industries
PS1 Sounder
(AS2220 Sounder)
Product Overview:
Head Office
Wellington
PO Box 35-063
Naenae
17 Eastern Hutt Rd
Wingate
Lower Hutt
Tel (04) 567-3229
Fax (04) 567-3644
The Pertronic PS1 Sounder:
 Generates the Evacuation and Alert Tones to NZS4512:1997, as
specified by AS2220.
 Generates an Alert signal compliant with NZS4512:1997, by
generating an Evacuation tone sweep every 15 seconds.
 Is normally connected to the monitored Bell or Sounder output of a
Fire Alarm panel and is activated when the output circuit voltage
polarity is reversed to the Alarm state.
 May be mounted in standard single-gang flush or surface-mount
electrical fittings and is supplied with a protective plastic cover for
installation during building construction.
 The PS1 Evacuation tone does NOT comply with NZS4512:2003 for
general Evacuation purposes, because it has no voice component.
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Features:
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 Evacuation and Alert Tones as specified by AS2220.
 95dBA @ 1m output sound level with 20dB adjustable volume
control.
 Available in two colours : Red or White
Specifications:
Auckland Office
PO Box 15-867
New Lynn 0640
359 Onehunga Mall
Onehunga
Auckland
Tel (09) 633-0226
Fax (09) 633-0228
Dimensions:
117 x 74 x 12mm (H x W x D - depth above flush box)
Designed to fit into a standard, single flush box.
Sound Level Output:
Alert, Evacuation 12 Volt: High Volume - 95dBA ± 3dBA at 1 metre
Alert, Evacuation 24 Volt: High Volume - 98dBA ± 3dBA at 1 metre
Power Requirements:
Operating Voltage
9.5 to 30 Vdc
Quiescent Current: Non-Alarm
0.2μA @ 12Vdc
Operating Current: Alarm State
8mA average, 12mA peak @ 12Vdc
0.4μA @ 24Vdc
14mA average, 22mA peak @ 24Vdc
Controls:
Third wire for Alert tone - connected to 0V for Alert tone operation.
Operation:
When the panel Bell circuit is inactive (OFF), the status of the Bell circuit is monitored by applying a negative
voltage to the PS1 ‘+’ terminal and a positive voltage to the PS1 ‘-‘ terminal and reading the current for
presence of the 10kΩ EOL resistor.
When the panel Bell circuit is active (ON), the Bell circuit voltage reverses applying a positive voltage to the
PS1 ‘+’ terminal and a negative voltage to the PS1 ‘-‘ terminal, triggering the PS1 to operate.
The Evacuation tone will be generated if the Alert terminal is open.
The Alert tone is generated by connecting the Alert terminal of the PS1 to 0V (negative).
PS1 Operation
Panel Bell Circuit
Alert Terminal
Tone Generated
Inactive (Monitor Mode)
Don’t care
None
Active
Open
Evacuate
Active
0V
Alert
Some Bell driver circuits can provide a pulsed signal to the tone.
The sequence (repeated) is:
3.5 secs – evacuation tone (one cycle), 12 secs – silence
This alternative Alert signal complies with NZ4512:1997, Amendment 2.
ISO 9001: 2000
International Standards
Certifications
QAC/R61/0051
0300-PS1 Sounder Iss 3.2 200706
AS2220 Tone characteristics:
95dB
85dB
85dB
WALL
95dB
Sound Pressure Distribution Terminal Layout
PS1
Horizontal
Plane
WALL
PS1 Mounted in Wall
-45deg
BELLS
ALERT
+45deg
0deg
PS1 Sound Distribution at 1 metre
Connection Diagrams:
a) Basic Connection:
Evacuation only on
Bell Circuit reversal
Fire Alarm Panel
or
Zonal Bell Board
Evacuation Tone when activated
Bells
**Alert input open**
b) Three-Wire Connection:
Evacuation or Alert on
Bell Circuit reversal
To next sounder or 10KΩ EOL
Evacuation Tone when activated
Fire Alarm Panel
or
Zonal Bell Board
**Alert input open**
Alert Tone when activated
Bells
**Alert input connected to 0V**
To next sounder or 10KΩ EOL
Alert
To next sounder or no connection
Product Codes:
Description
Code
Pertronic Sounder AS2220 Flush : Red
Pertronic Sounder AS2220 Flush : White
PS1-R
PS1-W
PERTRONIC INDUSTRIES LTD
Head Office:
17 Eastern Hutt Rd, Wingate, Lower Hutt
Tel (04) 567-3229 Fax (04) 567-3644
www.pertronic.co.nz
sales@pertronic.co.nz
tech@pertronic.co.nz
Auckland Office:
359 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga, Auckland
Tel (09) 633-0226
Fax (09) 633-0228
‘Pertronic’ and ‘Firetronix’ are registered trademarks of Pertronic Industries Ltd
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