4100ES Addressable Fire Detection and Control Basic

4100ES Fire Control Panels
UL, ULC Listed*
4100ES Addressable Fire Detection and Control Basic Panel Modules and
communications port
Optional modules include:
• Electrically isolated output IDNet 2 (two loop) and IDNet 2+2 (four loop)
modules with short circuit isolation output loops allowing use with
either shielded or unshielded, twisted or untwisted single pair wiring
• Fire Alarm Network Interfaces, DACTs, city connections, and up to five
(5) RS-232 ports for printers and terminals
• IP communicator compatibility
• Alarm relays, auxiliary relays, additional power supplies, IDC modules,
NAC expansion modules
• Service modems, VESDA Air Aspiration Systems interface, ASHRAE
BACnet Interface, TCP/IP Bridges
• LED/switch modules and panel mount printers
• Emergency communications systems (ECS) equipment; 8 channel
digital audio or 2 channel analog audio
• Battery brackets for seismic area protection
• 8-point zone/relay module, each point is selectable as an IDC input or
relay output. Class A IDCs require 2 points (one out and one return).
Relays rated for 2 A @ 30 VDC (resistive) and configurable as either
normally open or normally closed.
• Compatible with Autocall remotely located 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders,
up to ten per IDNet SLC
4100ES UL Listed to:
• UL 864, Fire Detection and Control (UOJZ), and Smoke Control Service
• UL 2017, Process Management Equipment (QVAX)
• UL 1076, Proprietary Alarm Units-Burglar (APOU)
• UL 1730, Smoke Detector Monitor (UULH)
• UL 2572, Mass Notification Systems (PGWM) ); refer to data sheet
AC4100-0034 for audio equipment
Software Feature Summary
Figure 1: 4100ES Cabinets are available with
one, two or three bays (two bay cabinet shown)
Master Controller (top) bay:
• 32-Bit Master Controller with color-coded operator interface including
raised switches for high confidence feedback
• Dual configuration program CPU, convenient service port access, and
capacity for up to 2500 addressable points
• CPU assembly includes 2 GB dedicated compact flash memory for onsite system programming and information storage
• System power supply (SPS) and charger (9 A total) with on-board: NACs,
IDNet addressable device interface, programmable auxiliary output
and alarm relay
• Available with InfoAlarm Command Center expanded content user
interface (see data sheet AC4100-0045 )
Standard addressable interfaces include:
• IDNet addressable device interface with 250 points that support
TrueAlarm analog sensing and operate with either shielded or
unshielded twisted pair wiring
• Remote annunciator module support via RUI (remote unit interface)
CPU provides dual configuration programs
• Two programs allow for optimal system protection and commissioning
efficiency with one active program and one reserve
• Downtime is reduced because the system stays running during
PC based programmer features
• Convenient front panel accessed Ethernet port for quick and easy
download of site-specific programming
• Modifications can be uploaded as well as downloaded for greater
service flexibility
• AND, firmware enhancements are made via software downloads to the
on-board flash memory
• TrueAlarm individual analog sensing with front panel information and
selection access
• "Dirty" TrueAlarm sensor maintenance alerts, service and status
reports including "almost dirty"
• TrueAlarm magnet test indication appears as distinct "test abnormal"
message on display when in test mode
• TrueAlarm sensor peak value performance report
• "Install Mode" allows grouping of multiple troubles for uninstalled
modules and devices into a single trouble condition (typical with future
phased expansion); with future equipment and devices grouped into
a single trouble, operators can more clearly identify events from the
commissioned and occupied areas
• Module level ground fault searching assists installation and service by
* Additional listings may be applicable; contact your local Autocall product supplier for the latest status.
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locating and isolating modules with grounded wiring
• "Recurring Trouble Filtering" allows the panel to recognize, process,
and log recurring intermittent troubles (such as external wiring ground
faults), but only sends a single outbound system trouble to avoid
nuisance communications
• WALKTEST silent or audible system test performs an automatic selfresetting test cycle
4100ES Series Fire Detection and Control Panels provide extensive
installation, operator, and service features with point and module
capacities suitable for a wide range of system applications. An onboard Ethernet port provides fast external system communications
to expedite installation and service activity. Dedicated compact flash
memory archiving provides secure on-site system information storage
of electronic job configuration files to meet NFPA 72 (National Fire Alarm
and Signaling Code) requirements.
Modular design
A wide variety of functional modules are available to meet specific
system requirements. Selections allow panels to be configured for either
Stand-Alone or Networked fire control operation. InfoAlarm Command
Center options provide convenient expanded display content (detailed
on data sheet AC4100-0045 ).
Module Bay Description
The Master Controller Bay (top) includes a standard multi-featured
system power supply, the master controller board, and operator
interface equipment.
The Expansion Bays include a Power Distribution Interface (PDI) for
new 4" x 5" flat design option modules and also accommodate 4100style modules.
The Battery Compartment (bottom) accepts two batteries, up to 50
Ah, to be mounted within the cabinet without interfering with module
The following illustration identifies bay locations using a three bay
cabinet for reference.
Figure 2: 4100ES Module Bay Reference
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Mechanical Description
Table 1: IDNet, IDNet 2, and IDNet 2+2 SLC Wiring Common Specifications
• Boxes can be close-nippled; each box provides convenient stud
markers for drywall thickness and nail-hole knockouts for quicker
• Smooth box surfaces are provided for locally cutting conduit entrance
holes exactly where required
• Cabinet assembly design has been seismic tested and is certified to
IBC and CBC standards as well as to ASCE 7 categories A through F,
requires A100-7912 option for additional legacy card stabilizer brackets
and battery brackets as detailed on data sheet AC2081-0019
• The latching dress panel (retainer) assembly easily lifts off for internal
• NACs are mounted directly on power supply assemblies providing
minimized wiring loss, compact size, and readily accessible
• Packaging supports traditional 4100-style motherboard with daughter
• Modules are power-limited (except as noted, such as relay modules)
• The NEMA 1/IP30 box is ordered separately and available for early
• Doors are available with tempered glass inserts or solid; boxes and
doors are available in platinum or red
• Boxes and door/retainer assemblies are ordered separately per system
requirements; refer to data sheet AC4100-0037 for details
Compatible Peripheral Devices
The 4100ES is compatible with an extensive list of remote peripheral
devices including printers, CRT/keyboards (up to five total), and both
conventional and addressable devices including TrueAlarm analog
Addressable Device Control
The 4100ES provides standard addressable device communications
for IDNet compatible devices and accepts optional modules
for communications with compatible devices. Using a two wire
communications circuit, individual devices such as manual fire alarm
stations, TrueAlarm sensors, conventional IDC zones, and sprinkler
waterflow switches can be interfaced to the addressable controller to
communicate their identity and status.
Addressability allows the location and condition of the connected device
to be displayed on the operator interface LCD and on remote system
annunciators. Additionally, control circuits (fans, dampers, etc.) may be
individually controlled and monitored with addressable devices.
Addressable Operation
Each addressable device on the communication channel is continuously
interrogated for status condition such as: normal, off-normal, alarm,
supervisory, or trouble. Both Class B and Class A operation are available.
Sophisticated poll and response communication techniques ensure
supervision integrity and allow for "T-tapping" of the circuit for Class
B operation. Devices with LEDs pulse the LED to indicate receipt of a
communications poll and can be turned on steady from the panel.
IDNet Channel Capacity
The CPU bay system power supply (SPS) provides an IDNet signaling line
circuit (SLC) that supports up to 250 addressable monitor and control
points intermixed on the same pair of wires. Additional 250 point IDNet
circuit modules are available, refer to .
Table 1: IDNet, IDNet 2, and IDNet 2+2 SLC Wiring Common Specifications
1 to 125
Maximum Distance
from Control Panel per
Device Load
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4000 ft (1219 m); 50 ohms
2500 feet (762 m); 35 ohms
Terminals for 18 to 12 AWG (0.82
mm to 3.31 mm )
Table 2: IDNet and Specifications
Wire Type
IDNet and Wiring, Total Wire
Length Allowed With "T" Taps for
Class B Wiring
Shielded twisted pair (STP)
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
Up to 10,000 ft (3 km); 0.58 µF
Table 3: IDNet 2 and IDNet 2+2 Wiring Specifications
Wire Type
Shielded or unshielded, twisted or
untwisted wire*
Total Wire Length Allowed With "T"
Up to 12,500 ft (3.8 km); 0.60 µF
Taps for Class B Wiring
Maximum Capacitance Between
1 µF
IDNet 2 Channels
IDNet 2 and IDNet 2+2 Module Compatibility: IDNet communicating
devices and TrueAlarm sensors including QuickConnect and
QuickConnect2 sensors
* Some applications may require shielded wiring. Review your system
with your local Autocall product supplier.
TrueAlarm System Operation
Addressable device communications include operation of TrueAlarm
smoke and temperature sensors. Smoke sensors transmit an output
value based on their smoke chamber condition and the CPU maintains a
current value, peak value, and an average value for each sensor. Status
is determined by comparing the current sensor value to its average
value. Tracking this average value as a continuously shifting reference
point filters out environmental factors that cause shifts in sensitivity.
Programmable sensitivity of each sensor can be selected at the
control panel for different levels of smoke obscuration (shown directly
in percent) or for specific heat detection levels. To evaluate whether the
sensitivity should be revised, the peak value is stored in memory and can
be easily read and compared to the alarm threshold directly in percent.
CO sensor bases combine an electrolytic CO sensing module with a
TrueAlarm analog sensor to provide a single multiple sensing assembly
using one system address. The CO sensor can be enabled/disabled,
used in LED/Switch modes and custom control, and can be made public
for communication across a fire alarm Network. (refer to data sheet
AC4098-0052 for details)
TrueAlarm heat sensors can be selected for fixed temperature
detection, with or without rate-of-rise detection. Utility temperature
sensing is also available, typically to provide freeze warnings or alert to
HVAC system problems. Readings can selected as either Fahrenheit or
TrueSense Early Fire Detection
Multi-sensor A4098-9754 provides photoelectric and heat sensor
data using a single 4100ES IDNet address. The panel evaluates smoke
activity, heat activity, and their combination, to provide TrueSense
early detection. For more details on this operation, refer to data sheet
AC4098-0024 .
Diagnostics and Default Device Type
Sensor Status
TrueAlarm operation allows the control panel to automatically indicate
when a sensor is almost dirty, dirty, and excessively dirty. The NFPA 72
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requirement for a test of the sensitivity range of the sensors is fulfilled
by the ability of TrueAlarm operation to maintain the sensitivity level of
each sensor. CO Sensors track their 10 year active life status providing
indicators to assist with service planning. Indicators occur at: 1 year, 6
months, and when end of life is reached.
Modular TrueAlarm
TrueAlarm sensors use the same base and different sensor types (smoke
or heat sensor) and can be easily interchanged to meet specific location
requirements. This allows intentional sensor substitution during building
construction when conditions are temporarily dusty. Instead of covering
smoke sensors (causing them to be disabled), heat sensors may be
installed without reprogramming the control panel. The control panel
will indicate an incorrect sensor type, but the heat sensor will operate at
a default sensitivity to provide heat detection for building protection at
that location.
CPU Bay Module Details
Master Controller and Motherboard
• Mounts in Slot 4 of a two slot motherboard (Slots 3 and 4 of the
Master Controller Bay) and provides one Class B or Class A, RUI
communications channel, available at Slot 4
• RUI communications controls up to 31 devices per master controller
(on one or multiple RUI channels); devices include: MINIPLEX
transponders, A4603-9101 LCD Annunciators, A602-9101 Status
Command Units (SCU), A602-9102 Remote Command Units (RCU),
A602 Series LED Annunciator Panels, and 4100 Series 24 I/O and LED/
Switch modules
• Up to four RUI channels are supported; use up to three A100-1291 RUI
expansion modules as required
• Slot 3 of the motherboard is primarily for the A100-6078 Network
Interface Board with media modules, and secondarily for the
A100-6038 Dual RS-232 Board (A100-6038 is required for 2120 System
System Power Supply
• Rating is 9 A total with "Special Application" appliances; 4 A total for
"Regulated 24 DC" appliance power
• Outputs are power-limited, except for the battery charger
• Provides system power, battery charging, auxiliary power, auxiliary
relay, earth detection, on-board IDNet communications channel for
250 points, three on-board NACs, and provisions for either an optional
City Connect Module or an optional Alarm Relay Module
• IDNet SLC Output provides Class B or Class A communications for up
to 250 addressable devices (as described inAddressable Device Control
• Three, 3 A On-Board NACs, conventional reverse polarity operation;
rated 3 A for Special Application appliances and 2 A for Regulated
24 DC power, with electronic control and overcurrent protection;
selectable as Class B or Class A, and for synchronized strobe or
SmartSync horn/strobe operation over two wires
• NACs can be selected as auxiliary power outputs derated to 2 A for
continuous duty; the total auxiliary power output per SPS is limited to 5
• Battery Charger is dual rate, temperature compensated, and
charges up to 50 Ah sealed lead-acid batteries mounted in the battery
compartment (33 Ah for single bay cabinets); also is UL listed for
charging up to 110 Ah batteries mounted in an external cabinet (see
data sheet AC2081-0012 for details)
• Battery and Charger Monitoring includes battery charger status
and low or depleted battery conditions; status information provided
to the master controller includes analog values for: battery voltage,
charger voltage and current, actual system voltage and current, and
individual NAC currents
• 2 A Auxiliary Power Output is selectable for detector reset, door
holder, or coded output operation
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• Auxiliary Relay is selectable as N.O. or N.C., rated 2 A @ 32 VDC,
and is programmable as a trouble relay, either normally energized or
normally de-energized, or as an auxiliary control
• Optional City Connect Module (A100-6031, with disconnect
switches, or A100-6032, without disconnect switches) can be selected
for conventional dual circuit city connections
• Optional Alarm Relay Module (A100-6033) provides three Form
C relays that are used for Alarm, Trouble, and Supervisory, rated 2 A
resistive @ 32 VDC
8-Point Zone/Relay Module Details
• Select as IDC or Relay; configure up to 8, Class B IDCs, or up to 4, Class
A IDCs; or up to 8, Relay outputs rated 2 A resistive @ 30 VDC (N.O.
or N.C.); or combinations of IDCs and Relays; each zone is separately
configurable as an IDC or Relay output
• IDC Support: each IDC supports up to 30, two-wire devices. Zone relay
modules may be powered directly from the control unit power supply
or through the optional 25 VDC regulator module where required for
2- wire detector compatibility (refer to 2-Wire Detector Compatibility
document 579-832 for additional details).
• IDC EOL resistor values are selectable as: 3.3 kΩ, 2 kΩ, 2.2 kΩ, 3.4 kΩ,
3.9 kΩ, 4.7 kΩ, 5.1 kΩ, 5.6 kΩ, 6.34/6.8 kΩ, and 3.6 kΩ + 1.1 kΩ; see
instructions for more details
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Expansion Bay Module Loading Reference
Size Definitions: Block = 4" W x 5" H (102 mm x 127 mm) card area
Slot = 2" W x 8" H (51 mm x 203 mm) motherboard with daughter card
Table 4: Expansion bay loading reference
IDNet 2, IDNet 2+2 Modules
4, 2 A Relays
4, 10 A Relays
8, 3 A Relays
VESDA Interface
Class B IDC
Class A IDC
Class B Physical Bridge
Class X Physical Bridge
Decoder Module
System or Remote Power Supply
Expansion Power Supply
NAC Expansion Module
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NON Power-limited
1 Block
1 block
4", 2 slots
1 block
2", 1 Slot
2", 1 Slot
2", 1 Slot
2", 1 Slot
4", 2 Slots
6", 3 Slots
Blocks E, F, G & H ONLY
Blocks G & H ONLY
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Operator Interface
• Convenient and extensive operator information is provided using a logical, menu-driven display
• Multiple automatic and manual diagnostics for maintenance reduction
• Alarm and Trouble History Logs (up to 1250 entries for each, 2500 total events) are available for viewing from the LCD, or capable of being printed to
a connected printer, or downloaded to a service computer
• Convenient PC programmer label editing
• Password access control
With the locking door closed, the glass window allows viewing of the display, status LEDs, and available operator switches. Features include a two-line
by 40-character, wide viewing angle (super-twist) LCD with status LEDs and switches as shown in the illustration below.
LED indicators describe the general category of activity being displayed with the LCD providing more detail. For the authorized user, unlocking the door
provides access to the control switches and allows further inquiry by scrolling the display for additional detail.
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Master Controller Selection Information
Table 5: 4100ES Master Controller and Expansion Bay Selection* (Canadian models have low battery cutout)
SKU Type and Listing
120 VAC Input
4100ES Master Controller Assembly with LCD and operator
interface, 9 A system power supply/battery charger (SPS), 250
point IDNet interface, 3 NACs, auxiliary relay, and external RUI
220-240 VAC Input
communications interface
120 VAC Input
4100ES Master Controller Assembly, no display, no operator
interface, 9 A system power supply/battery charger (SPS), 250
point IDNet interface, 3 NACs, auxiliary relay, and external RUI
220-240 VAC Input
communications interface
Redundant Master Controller with a two bay assembly, one for each of the primary and backup master
controllers. Both bays have an LCD and operator interface, CPU card assembly, and 9 A system power
supply (SPS) 120 VAC, 60 Hz input. Active SPS battery charger in Bay 1 only. External RUI connections require
A100-1291 RUI expansion modules. Do not use circuit connections (IDNet, NACs, etc.) on primary and
secondary SPS power supplies.
Note: ** Master Controller current does not subtract from 9 A output rating.
373 mA
470 mA
363 mA
425 mA
718 mA
937 mA
1 Slot
46 mA
46 mA
1 Slot
46 mA
46 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
55 mA
2 Blocks
1 Slot
1 Slot
2 Slots
1 Slot
1 Block
1 Slot
291 mA
85 mA
20 mA
20 mA
15 mA
210 mA
300 mA
132 mA
60 mA
132 mA
291 mA
85 mA
36 mA
36 mA
37 mA
210 mA
300 mA
132 mA
60 mA
132 mA
1 Slot
30 mA
40 mA
Module Selection Information
Table 6: Communication Modules
For Master Controller; mounts in Slot 3
Modular Network Interface; each requires two
media modules (below)
For Redundant Master Controller
Mounts on A100-6078 or A100-6061 modular network
Wired Media Module
interface card. Maximum of 2 media cards per modular
network interface card.
Left port, single-mode 4120
Left port, single-mode 4120 duplex fiber media cardMounts
duplex fiber media card
on A100-6078 or A100-6061 modular network interface
Right port, single-mode 4120 card. Maximum of 1 left port and 1 right port duplex fiber
media card per modular network interface card. Field
duplex fiber media card
connections require left port to right port pairing. Order
Left port, multi-mode 4120
fiber media service kits for retrofit jobs where ST connectors
duplex fiber media card
are already installed (refer to data sheet AC4100-0056
for full fiber media module specifications and retrofit
Left port, multi-mode 4120
information)Right port, single-mode 4120 duplex fiber media
duplex fiber media card
cardLeft port, multi-mode 4120 duplex fiber media cardLeft
port, multi-mode 4120 duplex fiber media card
Building Network Interface Card (BNIC)
Remote Unit Interface Module (RUI); up to three maximum per control panel
City Circuit, with disconnect switches
For use with SPS
Select one per SPS
only, not RPS
City Circuit, w/o disconnect switches
(fits on SPS)
Alarm Relay, 3 Form C relays, 2 A @ 32 VDC; for SPS or RPS
Physical Bridge, Class B, includes 1 modem module and 2 wired modules
Physical Bridge, Class X, includes 2 modem and 2 wired modules
Dual Port RS-232 with 2120 interface (slot module)
3 maximum of RS-232 type
modules per panel
Dual Port RS-232 standard interface (4 x 5 module)
VESDA Aspiration System Interface
DACT, Point or Event Reporting; 1 shipped, 2 max. per system; includes 2 cables, 14 ft (4.3 m)
long, RJ45 plug and spade lugs
Table 7: Expansion, System and Remote Power Supplies and Accessories (Canadian models have low battery cutout)
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120 VAC
Expansion Power Supply (XPS); 9 A output, 3 built-in Class
A/B NACs; NAC operation is same as SPS
220-240 VAC
NAC Expansion Module, 3 NACs, Class A/B, mounts on XPS only
120 VAC
Additional System Power Supply (SPS); 9 A power supply/
charger with 250 point IDNet channel, 3 Class A/B NACs,
220-240 VAC
add IDNet device currents separately
2 Blocks
50 mA
50 mA
25 mA
25 mA
4 Blocks
175 mA
185 mA
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Table 7: Expansion, System and Remote Power Supplies and Accessories (Canadian models have low battery cutout)
120 VAC
220-240 VAC
Remote Power Supply (RPS); 9 A power supply/charger
similar to SPS except no IDNet channel or City Circuits; will
accept one A100-6033
4 Blocks
150 mA
185 mA
Table 8: Master Controller Accessories
Expansion Bay Assembly; order for each required expansion bay (not required for A100-9121)
Legacy Module Stabilizer Bracket, used when expansion bays have legacy slot style modules
Table 9: Expansion, System and Remote Power Supplies and Accessories
12 VDC Power Option, 2 A maximum
1 Block
1.5 A maximum
8 VDC Converter, required for multiple Physical Bridge Modules, 3 A
1 Block
included w/loads
Box Interconnection Harness Kit (non-audio); order one for each close-nippled cabinet
4100 Slot Module Additional 24 VDC Harness; need when 4100 Slot module requirements exceed 2 A from SPS
Table 10: 8 Zone Initiating Device Circuits* and Expansion Signal Module and Options (1.5 A Class B except as noted)
Class B
Class A
75 mA
75 mA
Note: * IDC Modules are 1 Slot size
195 mA
195 mA
Converts 1 NAC in to 3 NACs out; 1 Block size
Expands 3 NACs to 6
select one; mounts
on A100-5116
Converts 3 NACs to Class A
18 mA
0.6 mA
0.6 mA
80 mA
60 mA
30 mA
Table 11: 8-Point Zone/Relay Card
8 point zone/relay 4x5” flat module. Mounts in any open block in a master
controller or expansion bay. Alarm current shown is for 8 Class B IDCs using 3.3K
1 block
end-of-line-resistors with 4 in alarm and 4 in standby. Standby current shown is for
all 8 IDCs in standby.
25V regulator harness for 8 point zone/relay module. One required for each
8 point zone/relay module to be powered by the A100-5130 25V regulator
module. A maximum of (5) 8 point zone/relay modules may be powered from the
A100-5130 per bay.
83 mA
351 mA
Table 12: Addressable Interface Modules
IDNet 2 Module, 250 point capacity; electrically isolated output with two
short circuit isolating Class B or Class A output loops, 1 block; standard
on EPS with IDNet 2 Module; alarm currents for 50 and above devices
includes 20 device LEDs in alarm
no devices
50 devices
125 devices
250 devices
no devices
50 devices
125 devices
50 mA
90 mA
150 mA
250 mA
50 mA
90 mA
150 mA
60 mA
150 mA
225 mA
350 mA
60 mA
150 mA
225 mA
IDNet 2+2 Module, 250 point capacity; electrically isolated output with
four short circuit isolating Class B or Class A output loops, 1 block;
mounts in expansion bay or available master controller bay module
locations only, not applicable for EPS mounting; alarm currents for 50 and
250 devices
250 mA
350 mA
above devices includes 20 device LEDs in alarm
IDNet Short Circuit Isolating Loop Output Module; mount up to two on a A100-3109 module; for use with A100-3109 modules;
this option is for aftermarket field installation only
Note: * Loading per IDNet device (no LEDs on) = 0.8 mA supervisory and 1 mA alarm. Each IDNet 2 and IDNet 2+2 Short Circuit Isolating Loop Output can be individually controlled for system diagnostics and can be assigned a public point for Fire Alarm Network annunciation.
Table 13: System Option for Seismic Compliance
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Table 13: System Option for Seismic Compliance
Current Calculation Notes:
To determine total supervisory current, add currents of modules in panel to base system value and all external loads powered by panel power
To determine total alarm current, add currents of modules in panel to base system alarm current and add all panel NAC loads and all external loads
powered from panel power supplies.
Table 14: Relay Modules; Non power-limited (for mounting in expansion bay only)
4 DPDT w/feedback
4 DPDT w/feedback
Resistive Ratings
10 A 250 VAC
2 A 30 VDC/VAC
30 VDC/120
Inductive Ratings
10 A
250 VAC
1/2 A
30 VDC/120 VAC
2 Slots
1 Block
15 mA
15 mA
175 mA
60 mA
1-1/2 A 30 VDC/120 VAC
1 Block
15 mA
190 mA
Table 15: End User Programming Software (requires A100-8802)
Programming Software (select)
Table 16: Miscellaneous Accessories
Single blank 2" display cover; A100-2302 provides a single plate for a full bay
4100ES English Appliqué Kit; Autocall, 4100ES, Fire Control
Termination and Address Label Kit (for module marking); provides additional labels for field installed modules
Tamper Switch, one per cabinet assembly if required; monitors solid door for panels with solid door; monitors the internal retainer
panel for panels with glass door (not the glass door); has a built-in addressable IDNet IAM
Note: * 4100ES Appliqué Kits are available for applications such as to update Remote InfoAlarm Displays connected to a 4100ES panel. When
required, French appliqués are ordered separately.
General Specifications
Table 17: General Specifications
120 VAC
4 A maximum @ 102 to 132 VAC, 60 Hz
Expansion Power Supplies (XPS)
2 A maximum @ 204 to 264 VAC, 50/60 Hz; separate
taps for 220/230/240 VAC
Remote Power Supplies (RPS)
Including module currents and auxiliary power
Total Power
outputs; 9 A total for "Special Application"
appliances; 4 A total for "Regulated 24 DC" power switches
Output Rating
(see below for details)
to battery
Power Supply Output Ratings for SPS, XPS, and RPS
2 A maximum
(nominal 28 VDC on AC; 24 VDC on battery backup)
Power Tap
during mains
Rated 19.1 to 31.1 AC failure or
Programmed 2 A maximum per NAC; 5 A
for Auxiliary
maximum total
Autocall horns, strobes, and combination horn/strobes and
Special Application Appliances
speaker/strobes (contact your Autocall product representative for
compatible appliances)
Power for other UL listed appliances; use associated external
Regulated 24 DC Appliances
synchronization modules where required
UL listed for battery charging of 6.2 Ah up to 110 Ah (batteries
Battery capacity range
larger than 50 Ah require a remote battery cabinet); ULC listed for
Battery Charger Ratings for
charging up to 50 Ah batteries
SPS and RPS (sealed lead-acid
Temperature compensated, dual rate, recharges depleted
Charger characteristics and performance batteries within 48 hours per UL Standard 864; to 70% capacity in
12 hours per ULC Standard S527
System Power Supplies (SPS)
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Table 17: General Specifications
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
32 °Fto 120 °F (0 °C to 49 °C)
Up to 93% RH, non-condensing @ 90 °F (32 °C) maximum
Additional Technical concept
Installation Instructions
Operating Instructions
Additional 4100ES Data Sheet Reference
4100ES Enclosures
4100ES Control Panels with EPS+ Power Supplies for
TrueAlert Addressable Notification
4100ES Audio and Firefighter Phone Modules
LED/Switch Modules & Printer
Remote Annunciators
MINIPLEX Transponders
InfoAlarm Command Center
Graphic I/O Modules
SafeLINC Internet Interface
Network Communications
Network Display Unit (NDU)
Remote Battery Charger
Master Clock Interface
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Data Sheet
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4100ES Addressable Fire Detection and Control Basic Panel Modules and Accessories
Mounting and CPU Bay Module Reference
Figure 3: Mounting and CPU Bay Module Reference
A system ground must be provided for Earth Detection and transient protection devices. This connection shall be made to an approved, dedicated
Earth connection per NFPA 70, Article 250, and NFPA 780.
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