TrueAlarm Fire Alarm Systems ® UL, ULC Listed FM Approved Network Options Modular/Aftermarket Network Interfaces 4010, 4120, 4100, 4020, and 4002 Series FEATURES • Multi-media 4120 Network connections • Modular card provides: – Communications using fiber optics, wired media, or modem cards, selected as required (refer to page 3 for individual panel availability) – LED status indicators – Style 7 (Class A) or Style 4 (Class B) operation • Fiber optic media card: – Fiber optic links provide immunity to electrical transients, short circuits, and ground conditions – Provided with type ST connectors, compatible with 62.5/125 or 50/125 fiber – 4190-9010 Bi-Directional Couplers are available to allow use of single fiber cable (for Network communications) • Wired media card: – Isolated earth detection – Compatible with Simplex isolated loop and overvoltage protectors – Electrical characteristics are similar to RS-485 • Modem media card, 9600 baud: – Compatible with Telco leased lines – Modular RJ-11 connector • Additional interconnection options (see page 3): – Physical Bridge Modules provide extended modem communications for remote connections, network loop linking, and star topology connections – Fiber Optic Audio Interface/Repeater modules provide separate fiber optic broadcast of 4120 Network audio tones and messages Module Specifications Typical System Current Requirements* Modular Card 28 mA Wired Media Card 55 mA each Fiber Optic Media Card 25 mA each Modem Media Card 50 mA each Environmental Operating Temperature 32° F to 120° F (0° C to 49° C) Operating Humidity 95% Non-Condensing @ 93° F (34° C) Fiber Optics Modem Wired FIRE ALARM CONTROL ** SYSTEM IS NORMAL ** 12:02:15pm Mon 8-Mar-99 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM SUPERVISORY SYSTEM TROUBLE ALARM SILENCED ALARM ACK SUPV ACK TROUBLE ACK ALARM SILENCE AC POWER SYSTEM RESET CAUTION DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING 4120 Network Media Options (some options are not available on all control panels) Wired Communications Distances Wire Size and Specifications Data Rate Distance** # 18 Twisted, Shielded Pair, 58 pF/ft, 6.39 Ω/1000 ft 9600 17,000 ft (5.4 km) 57.6K 10,000 ft (3 km) 9600 12,000 ft (3.6 km) 57.6K 7,000 ft (2.1 km) # 24 Telephone Cable*, 22 pF/ft * With overall shield ** With or without isolated loop or overvoltage protectors Modem Communications Distances Line Type Short Haul Twisted Pair Lines Distance (9600 baud) # 26 AWG, 9500 ft (2.85 km) # 24 AWG, 15,000 ft (4.5 km) Distance: Essentially Unlimited Long Haul Leased Telco Lines Line Requirements: Private leased lines for analog data, point-to-point, full-duplex, no line conditioning or signaling required, two-wire line interface Connection Requirements: 2-wire, RJ-11 Termination * Refer to data sheet S4010-0001 for 4010 specifications. © 1999 Simplex Time Recorder Co. All rights reserved. S4120-0003-7 6/99 4120 Network Example with Multiple Media Communications Bi-Directional Coupler Connection (refer to page 4 for details) 4190-9010 Bi-Directional Coupler ST to ST Coupler (by others) P NODE 1 MODULAR CARD FIBER WIRED 62.5/125 or 50/125 multi-mode, graded index single fiber optic cable, requires bi-directional coupler at each end P Circuit Protection: 1. Use when wiring leaves and enters the building. 2. Use 2081-9044 Overvoltage protectors for general applications. 3. Use 2081-9027 Isolated Loop Circuit Protector when wiring is properly protected from non-power limited sources. 4. Consult Simplex for application guidance. NODE "N" P MODULAR CARD R FIBER T WIRED #18 twisted, shielded pair Two Fiber Optic Cables T=transmit, R=receiver WIRED FIRE ALARM CONTROL ** SYSTEM IS NORMAL ** 12:02:15pm Mon 8-Mar-99 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM SUPERVISORY SYSTEM TROUBLE ALARM SILENCED AC POWER ALARM ACK SUPV ACK TROUBLE ACK ALARM SILENCE SYSTEM RESET CAUTION DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING P General Wiring Notes: 1. Contact Simplex for new wiring selection guidance and for compatibility of existing wiring. to other 4120 nodes 2. "Wired" 4120 communications use a proprietary format with differential mode low impedance drivers. The electrical characteristics are similar to RS-485. NODE 5 Fiber Optic Cable Note: Fiber optic cable must be installed with proper procedures, cable bend radius must not be less than 2" (51mm) MODULAR CARD FIBER MODULAR CARD R FIBER T NODE 2 #24 twisted pair (requires overall shield) NODE 3 P MODULAR CARD MODEM MODEM WIRED NODE 4 MODULAR CARD MODEM TELCO Equipment MODEM #24 twisted pair dry lines (facility owned) TELCO leased lines (private, analog full duplex, point-to-point, data grade) S4120-0003-7 6/99 page 2 4120 Network Interface Module Selection Media Card Fire Alarm Control Panel Series Modular Card (or as noted) Wired Fiber Optic Modem** 4120 4120-6014 4120-0142 4120-0143 4120-0144 4020 4020-6014 4020-0142 4020-0143 4020-0144 4002 4002-6014 4002-0142 4002-0143 4002-0144 4010-9817 4010-9818 4010-9819 Not Available 4010 4010-9821 4100 Aftermarket or Retrofit 4100-0149 4120 4120-6011* Dual wired, fixed media ports 4100-0142 4100-0143 4100-0144 Dual wired, fixed media ports * 4120-6011 is specified when configuring a 4120 series panel with fixed, wired media ports. Location requirements are the same as the 4120-6014 Modular card. System current is 150 mA, both supervisory and alarm. ** Modem communications are limited to two links per 4120 Network loop. For extended modem communication requirements, refer to Physical Bridge modules. 4120 Network Interface Module Location Reference Panel Modular Interface Card 4120 Mounts in existing I/O slot 4020 Door panel or option bay 4002 Mounts in existing unused space 4100 Retrofit Requires 2” of backplane space (includes mating I/O board) 4010 Mounts in panel expansion slot Wired Fiber Optic Modem Select as required for right or left media port Physical Bridge Module Reference (refer to data sheet S4120-0005 for details on Physical Bridge Modules) Product Description 4120-6023 Style 4 Physical Bridge Module for 4120 Series Fire Alarm Control Panels • Includes two Wired Media Modules and one Physical Bridge Link Modem Media Module • Mounting requires 2” vertical slot width 4120-6024 Style 7 Physical Bridge Module for 4120 Series Fire Alarm Control Panels • Includes two Wired Media Modules and two Physical Bridge Link Modem Media Modules • Mounting requires 4” vertical slot width 4020-6023 Style 4 Physical Bridge Module for 4020 Series Fire Alarm Control Panels • Includes two Wired Media Modules and one Physical Bridge Link Modem Media Module • Mounting requires a minimum of 4 unit cabinet 4120-0156 8 V Converter Module for 4120 Series Fire Alarm Control Panels • Provides 8 V @ 3 A, powered from 28 V tap of main or expansion power supply • For use where physical bridge modules in Hub Nodes require additional logic power • Mounts on 4120 cabinet rack end Fiber Optic Audio Interface/Repeater Modules Reference (refer to data sheet S4120-0006 for detail) Product Description 4190-9011 Fiber Optic Audio Transmitter 4190-9012 Fiber Optic Audio Receiver/Repeater For 4120 Series Fire Alarm Control Audio/Voice Panels, mounts in standard 2” I/O slot S4120-0003-7 6/99 page 3 FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATIONS FOR 4120 NETWORK DATA (refer to data sheet S4120-0006 for fiber optic audio communications data) 4190-9010 Requirements: Dual Fiber Optic Cable Connections. The standard fiber optic connection between 4120 Network nodes uses two fiber optic cables, one for transmit, and the other for receive. This connection allows for optimum communications distance. The available communications distance is determined by the properties of the specific fiber cable used. Distances can be determined using the information and examples shown below in Table 1. 1. For use with Fiber Optic Media Board part number 565-261, Revision “C” or higher. 2. Two 4190-9010 Bi-Directional Couplers are required per connection, one at each node. 3. The 4190-9010 is equipped with type ST connectors. To make type ST to type ST connections, an ST to ST coupler, by others, is required. Single Fiber Optic Cable Connections. For applications where a single fiber cable is available, or where use of a single cable is desired, using a model 4190-9010 Bi-Directional Coupler at each node combines the separate transmit and receive signals into a single path (refer to requirements list). ST to ST Couplers are available from: Black Box, part # FO200 Fiber Instrument Sales, part # F1-8101 Newark Electronics, part # 95F2097 (or equivalent) This connection allows use of a single fiber cable, but it does reduce communications distance as indicated in the information and examples shown below in Table 2. 4. 4190-9010 cross references to Simplex part number 271-012. Table 1. Dual Fiber Optic Cable Communications Distance Examples MIFL 2 Power Margin 50/125 numerical aperture = 0.2 4 dB/km 4 dB 10,000 ft (3.05 km) 3 dB/km 3 dB 15,000 ft (4.57 km) 62.5/125 numerical aperture = 0.275 4 dB/km 4 dB 13,000 ft (3.96 km) Fiber Type 1 Distance 3 Budget 3 17 dB 21.4 dB 3.75 dB/km 3 dB 15,000 ft (4.57 km) Table 2. Single Fiber Optic Cable Communications Distance Examples Using 4190-9010 Bi-Directional Couplers Fiber Type 1 50/125 numerical aperture = 0.2 62.5/125 numerical aperture = 0.275 MIFL 2 Power Margin Distance Budget 3 4190-9010 Coupler Loss 7,650 ft (2.33 km) 3 dB/km 2 dB 3.2 dB/km 3 ST to ST Coupler Loss 3 dB 21.4 dB 9.4 dB 8,200 ft (2.5 km) 2 dB Notes: 1. Cable specifications are for 50 or 62.5 micron core with 125 micron cladding, multi-mode graded index fiber. Wavelength = 850 nm. 2. MIFL = Maximum Individual Fiber Loss. Numbers shown are for example reference only, refer to specific cable for exact specification. 3. Maximum cable length is determined by distance listed or by reaching budget value, whichever is shorter. Maximum distances listed for dual fiber cable are shorter than would be calculated. Budget using 4190-9010 Bi-Directional Coupler is the same with either size cable because the coupler input cables are 62.5/125 fiber allowing launch power to be the same. Simplex, the Simplex logo, and TrueAlarm are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Simplex Time Recorder Co. in the U.S. and/or other countries. S4120-0003-7 6/99 Gardner, Massachusetts 01441-0001 U. S. A. Offices and Representatives Throughout the World Visit us on the world wide web at www.simplexnet.com. All specifications and other information shown were current as of printing and are subject to change without notice.