+ + + To Panel CONNECTIONS

+ + + To Panel CONNECTIONS
ARMOUR
flash
LLoine AFLV - AFLH
Connection to
"Comfort LED"
(RED to +ve)
Please read carefully before using .
Specification
Sounder Output 120dB(A) in free space, at 1m
Current requirement at 12Vdc 300mA
Strobe Power 1.0 Watt
Current requirement 120mA (typ)
Standby current (typ) 50mA
ARMOURflash is a "self activating" (SAB) type
sounder fitted with a maintenance-free
rechargeable battery. A 5 second/20 minute
stop timer is included. The 5 second timer test
mode allows the installer to install the unit
silently as follows. With the test jumper in
place carry out the timer test procedure by
c onnecting the battery at terminal block J1; one
pole of the battery is already connected in the
factory.
CORRECT POLARITY IS ESSENTIAL TO
AVOID DAMAGE.
After the siren stops (5sec.), with the battery
still connected, remove the test jumper. The
timer will remain "timed out" and the siren
silent until the final power-on from the panel is
applied and the cover is fitted.
PLEASE NOTE:- OCCASIONALLY THE
BATTERY MAY NOT BE IN A GOOD STATE
OF CHARGE WHEN THE ARMOURFLASH
UNIT IS DELIVERED.
As a result , the siren may sound weak and the
timer may not operate correctly when tested
until the battery has received a partial charge.
In this case silent installation is not possible. A
few hours after installation the battery will have
acquired a partial charge. In 24h the battery
will be fully charged.
MOUNTING .
Mount the ARMOURflash unit using a
minimum of three No.10 screws or equivalently
secure means. The tamper device needs a
further screw protruding from the wall as
shown in the diagram.
TAMPER RETURN - A negative (or positive)
pole supplied to the panel only when the hold
off voltage is present and the tamper switch is
closed. Most UK panels are negative return
types. Use only ONE TAMPER POLE. Ignore
the polarity that is NOT required. The strobe is
connect ed to the relevant terminals on the
control panel connector block. Take care to
observe correct polarity.
COMMISSIONING
Ensure that the tamper switch will close when
the cover is finally fitted. With the timer test
jumper IN PLACE connect the battery at J1 if
this has not already been done as part of the
silent install procedure. If the battery is
charged the siren will operate for five seconds.
Remove (and retain) the timer test jumper.
The siren will remain silent until after the timer
has been reset.
IT IS VITAL THAT THE TIMER TEST JUMPER
IS REMOVED BEFORE FITTING THE
COVER.
Failure to do so will mean that the siren will
operate only for five seconds in alarm.
Connect the strobe and l.e.d. connecting plugs
(observing polarity when connecting the l.e.d.
plug: RED WIRE = positive, BLACK WIRE =
negative.)
Hold Off connections
HOLD
OFF
Tamper return, select
polarity to suit panel
TAMP
RET
Bell trigger -ve
TRIG -ve
STROBE
12Vdc power to strobe
Timer test jumper
+
+
+
-
Plug-on connector
to strobe on cover
CONNECTIONS
J1
Rechargeable Battery
TIMER OPERATION
The timer will reset and allow further siren
operation ONLY if the cause of the siren's
operation is removed. That is, the trigger signal
removed or the tamper state (including loss of
hold-of f) is cleared. Up to 60 seconds is
required after restoration of a "clear" state for
the timer to reset.
Timer test jumper
Transparent
Cover
Cover
Screw in Wall
3 Farriers Way
Netherton
Bootle
L30 4XL
CONNECTIONS.
HOLD OF F positive and negative - permanent
supply to monitor the condition of the cable to
the sounder assembly and to maintain the
state of charge on the battery.
BELL TRIGGER - An applied negative pole to
operate the siren in alarm.
To Panel
installation instructions
Wall
Tel +44 (0) 151 524 3224
Mounting
20mm
T 0203
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