Installation Instructions 873-DE Delayed Egress Option

Installation Instructions
941355-00
873-DE
Delayed Egress Option Board
S1
DS5 DS6 DS7
8
7
6
5
5
4
3
2
1
NO
E5
NC
INPUTS
ON OFF
DIP
SWITCHES
DIAG
BUTTON
S2
OU T4
DS2
DS1
DS4
DS3
E4
E3
OUT 3
E2
E1
OUT 2
NC NO
OUT 1
NC NO
1
2
3
SC
I1
01
9
11
15
8
14
7
13
6
12
5
10
4
I4
N0 4
NC 4
02
I3
I2
GND
GND
C3
NC3(L+)
C4
NO3(L-)
Terminal Block #
(TB#)
Index:
Read All Warnings
Before Starting Installation!
Copyright © 2008 Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited
•Specifications ................................. 2
•Warnings ......................................... 2
•Operation Summary ..................... 3
•Parts List .......................................... 4
•Installation....................................... 4
•Configuration and Wiring ........... 6
•Installation Testing ........................ 9
•LED Descriptions ......................... 10
•Quick Troubleshooting .............. 10
•Detailed Troubleshooting ......... 11
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Requirements:
PS873 Power Supply. (Refer to Von Duprin Instructions 941352 for
information on PS873 and 873-BB.)
Inputs:
I1 (TB2), I2 (TB4), I3 (TB8), I4 (TB12)
• All inputs require Listed Normally Closed (NC) isolated contacts.
• Maximum input current for each input is 50 mA at 24 VDC.
• Field wiring for each input must be less than 100 ohms. (Example:
4000 ft of 24 AWG wire.)
Outputs:
O1 (TB3), O2 (TB5)
• Used for powering locking devices.
• Maximum rating: 2 A at 24 V. (See Notes 1 and 2 below.)
• Output voltage: 12 VDC or 24 VDC (determined by PS873 setting).
• Field wiring: Up to 500 ft of 18 AWG wire.
L+(TB11), L-(TB9)
• L+ and L- terminals are for connecting a visual indicator.
• Maximum rating: 15 mA at 24 VDC or 8 mA at 12 VDC.
NO4 (TB13), C4 (TB14), NC4 (TB15)
• Used as an alarm signal.
• Maximum rating: 1 A at 24 V. (See Notes 1 and 2 below.)
• Can be configured as isolated Form C contacts.
Notes:
1. Sum of output currents must not exceed 2 A DC.
2. During battery backup (873-BB required), output voltage rating is
10.8 to 12.0 VDC or 22 to 24 VDC.
WARNINGS
Read all warnings before starting installation!
!
DANGER
To avoid risk of electric shock,
remove AC power from PS873
before installing or wiring 873-DE.
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!
CAUTION
If using 873-BB Battery Backup option,
unplug all four wires from battery
terminals before installing
or wiring 873-DE.
OPERATION SUMMARY
During Normal operation, the 873-DE is in ARMED MODE and the controlled door is locked.
When an unauthorized user attempts to exit, the 873-DE enters RELEASE DELAY MODE and the
door is kept locked for 15 seconds while a horn sounds. After 15 seconds, the 873-DE enters
ALARM MODE and the door unlocks to allow egress but the alarm continues to sound.
At any time, the 873-DE can be forced into INHIBIT MODE by an authorized user who sends an
external inhibit signal using, for example, a KS920 keyswitch. In the INHIBIT MODE, (1) the door
unlocks, (2) the horn is disabled, and (3) all other modes are deactivated. When the external inhibit
signal is removed, the door remains unlocked during a user defined REARM time delay of 0 to 30
seconds and then the 873-DE returns to ARMED MODE.
If the door position switch (optional) becomes active during ARMED MODE, or if the door
position switch remains active after the REARM MODE time delay expires, the 873-DE enters
ALARM MODE.
If the lock monitor switch (optional) becomes active during ARMED MODE, or if the lock monitor
switch remains active after the REARM MODE time delay expires, then the 873-DE enters ALARM
MODE.
An active FIRE ALARM input immediately unlocks the door regardless of the 873-DE’s mode.
Su m m ar y o f 873-DE Mo d es
Mo d e
L o c k S t at u s
Vis u al In d ic at o r 1
A l ar m S i g n al
D u r at i o n
Armed
L o cke d
S l o w F l a sh
Off
Continuous
R e l e a se D e l a y
L o cke d
Fast Flash
On
1 5 se co n d s
2
Alarm
U n l o cke d
Fast Flash
On
Continuous
3
Inhibit
U n l o cke d
Off
Off
Continous
Rearm
U n l o cke d
On Solid
Off
0-30 second
Fire Alarm
U n l o cke d
Fast Flash
Off
Continous
4
Notes: 1. The visual indicator connects between the “NC3(L+)” and “NO3(L-)” terminals
(terminals 9 and 11) on the 873-DE logic board.
2. Other release delay times are available. Consult factory.
3. 1993 BOCA National Building Code 1017.4.1.2 automatic reset option is available.
Consult factory.
4. The user selects the REARM MODE time delay by setting DIP switches. An End Rearm
option may override the REARM MODE time delay.
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PARTS LIST
The following Von Duprin products are required for a UL Listed Delayed Egress system:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PS873 Power Supply
873-FA Fire Alarm Option Board
873-DE Delayed Egress Option Board (one or two per PS873 Power Supply)
Locking Device (Locknetics 320, 350 or 390 Series Electromagnetic Locks)
RX 22/33/99 Series Device
External Inhibit (7000 Series Card Reader, 7300 Series Keypad, KS920NL, or KS921)
Alarm Signal (1910 Horn or KS921)
Electrical Power Transfer (EPT2, EPT10, or by others)
UL Listed Smoke Detector
Optional components not required by UL:
• Door Position Switch
• Lock Position Switch
• 873-BB Battery Backup
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
!
DANGER
To avoid risk of electric shock,
remove AC power from PS873
before installing or wiring 873-DE.
!
CAUTION
If using 873-BB Battery Backup option,
unplug all four wires from battery
terminals before installing
or wiring 873-DE.
873-DE and 873-FA boards normally are factory installed on the PS873 Power Supply. Refer to
Figure 1 for locations. To add or replace an 873-DE or 873-FA board, follow the procedures below.
Otherwise, go to “Configuration and Wiring.”
A. Disconnect AC power from the PS873. (Refer to Von Duprin Instructions 941352 for
information on the PS873.)
B. If using 873-BB Battery Backup, unplug all four wires from the batteries. (Refer to Von Duprin
Instructions 941352 for information on the 873-BB).
C. To add or replace 873-FA board
1. Refer to Von Duprin instructions 941352 for installation and wiring steps.
To add or replace 873-DE board
1. Connect the 873-DE as shown in Figure 1. Connect to either the left or right board edge
connector.
2. Secure the 873-DE with two screws.
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Board Edge Connectors
873-FA
Board
873-DE
Figure 1. Installing the 873-DE.
To Fire Alarm
1910 Horn
(only needed if
KS921 not used)
PS873 with 873-DE
and 873-FA
Door
Position
Switch
Locking
Device
EPT
Power
Transfer
RX Type Exit Device
External Inhibit
KS921 (contains switch, horn, and LED)
OR
KS920 Keyswitch (1910 required)
7000 Cardreader (1910 required)
7300 Keypad (1910 required)
Figure 2. Approximate locations of system components.
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CONFIGURATION AND WIRING
STOP
For one-door applications, go to A below.
For two-door applications, go to D next page.
!
A. Configure jumpers E1, E4, and E5. See diagram below.
B. Wire all input and output devices. (NO = Normally Open
and NC = Normally Closed.)
C. One door wiring complete. Go to G to set DIP switches.
DANGER
To avoid risk of electric shock,
remove AC power from PS873
before configuring and wiring 873-DE.
One-Door 873-DE Wiring Diagram
DIP
SWITCHES
E5
SEE STEP G
FOR
INFORMATION
MUST
BE SET
FOR
NC
S1
E1
MUST BE SET
FOR NO
DS5 DS6 DS7
8
7
6
5
5
4
3
2
1
E4
OPTIONAL:
CUT E4 TO
ISOLATE
SIGNALING
OUTPUT (NO4,
C4, NC4)
E5
NC
NO
INPUTS
ON OFF
DIP
SWITCHES
DIAG
BUTTON
S2
OU T4
DS2
DS1
E4 Shown Cut
DS4
DS3
E4
E3
OUT 2
NC NO
OUT 1
NC NO
1
2
SC
I1
RX Type
Von Duprin
Exit Device
(must be NC)
OU T3
E2
E1
9
11
15
N0 4
01
02
GND
I3
I2
GND
C3
NC3(L+)
C4
NO3(L-)
I4
NC 4
3
8
14
7
13
6
12
5
10
4
!
External Inhibit
(must be NC)
Door Status Monitor
(must be NC when
door is closed)
Lock Status Switch
Example: MBS
(must be NC when door is
locked)
KS920/921 Keyswitch,
7311/7321 Keypad, or
7000 Series Cardreader
If not used, substitute
with jumper wire.
If not used,
substitute with jumper wire.
For multiple inhibit
signals, wire all NC
contacts in series.
+
-
Locking Device
Locknetics 320 Series Lock,
Locknetics 350 Series Lock, or
Locknetics 390 Series Lock
(To #11)
(To #9)
+
Visual Indicator
Example: KS921 LED
!
+
-
Signaling Output
for Alarm
KS921 Horn or
1910 Horn
If E4 is cut, then
NO4, C4, and NC4
are dry contacts.
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DANGER
873-FA option must
be installed on PS873
Power Supply and wired
to NC Fire Alarm contacts
DANGER
Do not override
FA contacts with
jumper wire.
DANGER
!
873-FA option must
be installed on PS873
Power Supply and wired
to NC Fire Alarm contacts.
!
D. Configure jumpers E1, E2, E4, and E5. See diagram below.
E. Wire all input and output devices. (NO = Normally Open
and NC = Normally Closed.)
F. Two door wiring complete. Go to G to set DIP switches.
DANGER
To avoid risk of electric shock,
remove AC power from PS873
before configuring and wiring 873-DE.
Two-Door 873-DE Wiring Diagram
DIP
SWITCHES
SEE STEP G
FOR
INFORMATION
E5
MUST
BE SET
FOR
NC
S1
E2
MUST BE SET
FOR NO
DS5 DS6 DS7
8
7
6
5
5
4
3
2
1
E4
OPTIONAL:
CUT E4 TO
ISOLATE
SIGNALING
OUTPUT (NO4,
C4, NC4)
E5
NO
NC
INPUTS
ON OFF
DIP
SWITCHES
DIAG
BUTTON
S2
OU T4
E1
DS2
DS1
MUST BE SET
FOR NO
E4 Shown Cut
DS4
DS3
E4
E3
OU T3
E2
E1
OUT 2
NC NO
OUT 1
NC NO
1
2
3
4
5
SC
I1
01
I2
02
6
7
8
9
10
GND
I3
NO3(L-)
C3
GND
11
12
13
14
15
N0 4
C4
NC 4
NC3(L+)
I4
!
DANGER
Do not override
FA contacts with
jumper wire.
Door 1
Door 2
Door 1
RX Type
Von Duprin
Exit Device
(must be NC)
Door 2
Door 1
External Inhibit
(must be NC)
Door Status Monitor
(must be NC when
doors are closed)
+
-
Locking Device
Locknetics 320 Series Lock,
Locknetics 350 Series Lock, or
Locknetics 390 Series Lock
+
Lock Status Switch
Example: MBS
(must be NC when door is
locked)
KS920/921 Keyswitch,
7311/7321 Keypad, or
7000 Series Cardreader
If not used, substitute
with jumper wire.
If not used,
substitute with jumper wire.
For multiple inhibit
signals, wire all NC
contacts in series.
-
Locking Device
Locknetics 320 Series Lock,
Locknetics 350 Series Lock, or
Locknetics 390 Series Lock
(To #11)
+
Door 2
(To #9)
-
Visual Indicator
Example: KS921 LED
+
Alarm Signal
KS921 Piezo Horn or
1910 Horn
If E4 is cut, then
NO4, C4, and NC4
are dry contacts.
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G. Set the 873-DE DIP switches as needed (see table below).
873-DE DIP Swit c h Def in it io n s
DIP
Sw i t c h
Fu n c t i o n
D es c r i p t i o n
8
ON = Add 16 seconds to rearm time
7
ON = Add 8 seconds to rearm time
6
ON = Add 4 seconds to rearm time
5
ON = Add 2 seconds to rearm time
4
ON = 1 second nuisance delay, OFF = 2 second nuisance delay
End Rearm
3
ON = Enable end rearm option (requires door position switch)
N u i sa n ce A u d i b l e
2
ON = Enable nuisance audible
N u i sa n ce D e l a y E n a b l e
1
ON = Enable nuisance delay
Rearm Time
0 to 30 seconds
Nuisance Time Delay
Rearm Time:
This is the time delay that follows the release of a valid external inhibit input.
Doors are unlocked during Rearm Time and lock when Rearm Time expires.
(Example: Assume Rearm Time is 10 seconds and a momentary keyswitch is
the external inhibit. When the keyswitch is activated, the doors unlock. The
doors lock 10 seconds after the keyswitch is released.)
End Rearm:
If the door opens and closes during Rearm Time, it will automatically relock 2.5
seconds after closing. (Door position switch required.)
Nuisance Delay:
This option requires that a Request to Exit signal be present for greater than 1
or 2 seconds (set by DIP switch #4) before Release Delay Mode is entered. An
alarm may or may not sound during the Nuisance Delay depending on the
Nuisance Audible setting.
Nuisance Audible: If selected, this option will turn on output 4 during the Nuisance Delay. (DIP
switch 2 must be “ON” to use this option.)
DIP
SWITCHES
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INSTALLATION TESTING
A. Close door prior to testing.
B. Apply AC voltage to Terminal Block TB2 on PS873. If using 873-BB Battery Backup option,
reconnect wires to battery terminals. (Green LED on PS873 will be illuminated.)
C. Test 873-DE operation by performing steps 1-7 below.
! WARNING
1. Activate then deactivate the External Inhibit device. 873-DE
will be in REARM MODE for up to 30 seconds (based on
DIP switches 5-8). Compare with row 1 in table.
To avoid risk of injury, 873-DE
must operate exactly as described
in steps 1-6. If it does not,
see “Detailed Trobleshooting.”
2. After rearm time expires, 873-DE enters ARMED MODE. Compare with row 2 in table.
3. Depress RX device (2 seconds maximum if Nuisance Delay is enabled) then release. 873-DE
will be in RELEASE DELAY MODE for 15 seconds. Compare with row 3 in table.
4. After the Release Delay expires, 873-DE enters ALARM MODE. Compare with row 4 in table.
5. Hold the External Inhibit device active. 873-DE will enter INHIBIT MODE. Compare with
row 5 in table.
6. Deactivate External Inhibit and wait (0 - 30 seconds) for doors to relock.
7. Open Fire Alarm contacts to enter FIRE ALARM MODE. Compare with row 6 in table. Clear
fire contacts and toggle External Inhibit to clear FIRE ALARM MODE.
Sum m ar y of 873-DE Modes
Door System Status
873-DE L ED Status ( FL = f l ash)
Al ar m
Visual
I ndicator 1 Signal
Row
Mode
L ock
Status
1
Rearm
Unl ocked
On Sol id
Off
2
Armed
Locked
Sl ow Fl ash
3
Rel ease Del ay
Locked
4
Al arm
5
6
Dur ation
( seconds)
DS1 DS2
DS3
DS4 DS52 DS6 DS7
0- 30
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
FL
FL
Off
Continuous
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
FL
Fast Fl ash
On
15
On
On
Off
On
Off
FL
FL
Unl ocked
Fast Fl ash
On
Continuous
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
FL
Inhibit
Unl ocked
Off
Off
Continuous
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
FL
Fire Al arm
Unl ocked
Fast Fl ash
Off
Continuous
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
FL
Notes: 1. The visual indicator connects between the 873-DE’s “”NC3(L+)” and “NO3(L-)”
terminals.
2. If using a door position switch, DS5 turns on when door is open. If using an HFS,
DS5 turns on when lock is not powered or when door is open.
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LED DESCRIPTIONS
L ED # C o l o r
Op er at io n
D S1
R ed
ON when output 1 is closed (powered)
D S2
R ed
ON when output 2 is closed (powered)
D S3
R ed
Not used on 873-DE board.
D S4
R ed
ON when output 4 is closed (powered)
D S5
Green
D S6
R ed
D S7
ON when at least one input is active
Flashes during time delay countdown;
ON solid during active Fire Alarm condition
One flash per second indicates proper operation;
Yellow three flashes per second indicate factory mode
(turn AC power OFF, then ON, to clear factory mode)
QUICK TROUBLESHOOTING
!
!
DANGER
To avoid risk of electric shock,
remove AC power from PS873
(and disconnect 873-BB if applicable)
before correcting wiring problems.
DANGER
If troubleshooting is unsuccessful,
remove AC power from 873-DE
(and disconnect 873-BB if applicable)
and consult factory.
Visual Indicator: Fast Flash
Horn:
OFF
Lock Status:
Unlocked
Then:
873-DE Fire Alarm
input is active
If immediately
following 873-DE
powerup...
Visual Indicator: ON Solid
Lock Status:
Unlocked
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Wait for
Rearm
Delay
Visual Indicator: Fast Flash
Horn:
ON
Lock Status:
Locks for
1 Second
Then:
873-DE Door Position Switch
or Lock Status input is active
Visual Indicator: Fast Flash
Horn:
ON
Lock Status:
Unlocked
Then:
873-DE RX Switch
input active
DETAILED TROUBLESHOOTING
!
DANGER
To avoid risk of electric shock,
remove AC power from PS873
(and disconnect 873-BB if applicable)
before correcting wiring problems.
!
DANGER
If troubleshooting is unsuccessful,
remove AC power from 873-DE
(and disconnect 873-BB if applicable)
and consult factory.
P r o b l em
So l u t i o n
(ap p ly an d r et u r n t o " In s t allat io n Tes t in g " )
D S 7 ye l l o w L E D n o t
flashing
873-DE does not
h a ve p o w e r
Apply AC voltage to PS873. Green LED on PS873 should
illuminate.
Outputs not responding
to inputs and DS6 red
LE D on
Fire alarm contacts
open
Verify fire alarm contacts are closed and wired between the
FA terminal and the COM terminal on the 873-FA board, then
toggle inhibit switch.
Incorrect input switch
wiring
Each input switch must be wired between Signal Common
(terminal 1) and the correct input terminal (either 2, 4, 8, or
12). All switches must be NC.
Incorrect output
wiring
One-door applications require a lock wired between O1
(terminal 3) and GND. If a second lock is used, it must be
wired between O2 (terminal 5) and GND (see "Configuration
and Wiring").
DS5 green LED on
means one input is
already active
Use voltmeter to measure voltage at input terminals 2, 4, 8,
and 12 with respect to GND (terminal 6 or 7). If an input
measures 0 VDC, it is active.
Door position switch
and/or lock status
switch not used
If a door position switch is not used, connect wire jumper
between SC (terminal 1) and I2 (terminal 4). If a lock monitor
switch is not used, connect wire jumper between SC
(terminal 1) and I4 (terminal 12).
A time delay is active
(873-DE is in
REARM MODE or
RELEASE DELAY
MODE)
Wait for time delay to expire (less than 1 minute).
Wiring problem
Check all wiring (see "Configuration and Wiring").
Incorrect jumper
setting
Refer to "Configuration and Wiring" and verify that E1 and E2
are set for NO and that E5 is set for NC.
Incorrect DIP switch
setting
Verify DIP switches correctly set (see "Configuration and
Wiring" step G).
Sy m p t o m
Outputs not responding
to inputs and:
DS5 green LED off,
DS6 red LED off
Outputs not responding
to inputs and:
DS5 green LED on,
DS6 red LED off
Outputs not responding
to inputs and:
DS5 green LED off
DS6 red LED flashing
Outputs not responding
properly to inputs or
time delays not correct
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