SpectraLux Rear ILS Lightbar

SpectraLux Rear ILS Lightbar
Rear ILS Lightbar
Installation, Maintenance,
and Service Manual
25500022
REV. A1 0214
Printed in U.S.A.
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Table of Contents
Safety Message to Installers and Service Personnel of Warning Light Equipment.......................... 5
Introduction.............................................................................................................................................. 7
Unpacking the ILS................................................................................................................................... 7
Wiring the Rear ILS in the Vehicle......................................................................................................... 7
SignalMaster Option.......................................................................................................................................8
Lightbar Controls............................................................................................................................................8
Typical Installations with Common Control Systems....................................................................................9
Selecting Configuration Options.....................................................................................................................9
Safety Message to Operators of Warning Light Equipment.............................................................. 11
Testing the Lightbar.............................................................................................................................. 12
Maintaining the Rear ILS....................................................................................................................... 12
Cleaning the Shrouds....................................................................................................................................13
Cleaning the Reflectors.................................................................................................................................13
Servicing the Rear ILS.......................................................................................................................... 13
Replacing a PCB...........................................................................................................................................13
Replacing a Reflector....................................................................................................................................15
Ordering Replacement Parts................................................................................................................ 16
List of Tables
Table 1 Rear ILS lightbar controls and their wires from the Serial Interface Module.....................................9
Table 2 Rear ILS DIP switch settings.............................................................................................................10
Table 3 Common replacement parts..............................................................................................................16
Table 4 Vehicle-specific parts.........................................................................................................................16
List of Figures
Figure 1 DIP switches and lights on the control board of the Rear ILS.........................................................11
Figure 2 Removing a PCB.............................................................................................................................14
Figure 3 Removing a reflector.......................................................................................................................15
Figure 4 Typical connections with a SignalMaster controller (external control).............................................17
Figure 5 Typical connections with a SmartSiren Model SS2000SM..............................................................18
Figure 6 Typical connections with a serial-controlled lightbar and externally controlled SpectraLux Rear ILS.....19
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SignalMaster, SpectraLux, and ROC are trademarks of Federal Signal Corporation
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Safety Message to Installers and Service Personnel of Warning Light Equipment
People’s lives depend on your proper installation and servicing of Federal Signal products. It is important to
read and follow all instructions shipped with this product. In addition, listed below are some other important
safety instructions and precautions you should follow:
Before Installation or Service
Qualifications
•
To properly install or service this equipment, you must have a good understanding of automotive
mechanical and electrical procedures and systems along with proficiency in the installation and service
of safety warning equipment. Always refer to the vehicle’s service manuals when performing equipment
installations on a vehicle.
Light Hazards
•
To be an effective warning device, this product produces bright light that can be hazardous to your
eyesight when viewed at a close range. Do not stare directly into this lighting product at a close range
or permanent damage to your eyesight may occur.
•
Do not install the light system in an area that would block, impair, or blind the driver’s vision. Ensure
that the light system is mounted in a position that is outside of the driver’s field of vision, so the driver
can safely operate the vehicle.
•
Federal Signal power supplies and light heads are designed to work together as a system. Combining
light heads and a power supply from different manufacturers may reduce the warning effectiveness of
the lighting system and may damage the components. You should verify or test your combination to
ensure the system works together and meets federal, state, and local standards or guidelines.
Electrical Hazards
•
Strobe systems present a shock hazard because they use high voltage to operate. Do not handle strobe
cables, the power supply, or bulbs or remove the lens while the equipment is connected. Strobe systems
can also hold their charge even after they have been turned off. After disconnecting power to the unit,
wait five minutes before handling any parts of the strobe system.
•
A light system is a high current system. In order for the system to function properly, a separate negative
(–) connection and positive (+) connection must be made. All negative connections should be connected
to the negative battery terminal and a suitable fuse should be installed on the positive battery terminal
connection as close to the battery as possible. Ensure that all wires and fuses are rated correctly to
handle the device and system amperage requirements.
•
Never attempt to install aftermarket equipment that connects to the vehicle wiring without reviewing a
vehicle wiring diagram available from the vehicle manufacturer. Ensure that your installation will not
affect vehicle operation or mandated safety functions or circuits. Always check the vehicle for proper
operation after installation.
•
The lighting system components, especially light bulbs, strobe tubes, LEDs, and the outer housing, get
hot during operation. Be sure to disconnect power to the system and allow the system to cool down
before handling any components of the system.
•
Do not mount a radio antenna within 18 inches (45.7 cm) of the lighting system. Placing the antenna
too close to the lighting system could cause the lighting system to malfunction or be damaged by strong
radio fields. Mounting the antenna too close to the lighting system may also cause the radio noise
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emitted from the lighting system to interfere with the reception of the radio transmitter and reduce radio
reception.
•
Do not attempt to wash any unsealed electrical device while it is connected to its power source.
During Installation and Service
•
DO NOT get metal shavings inside the product. Metal shavings in the product can cause the system to
fail. If drilling must be done near the unit, place an ESD-approved cover over the unit. Inspect the unit
after mounting to be sure there are no shavings present in or near the unit.
•
DO NOT connect this system to the vehicle battery until ALL other electrical connections are made,
mounting of all components is complete, and you have verified that no shorts exist. If the wiring is
shorted to the vehicle body or frame, high current conductors can cause hazardous sparks resulting in
electrical fires or flying molten metal.
•
DO NOT install equipment or route wiring (or the plug in cord) in the deployment path of an airbag.
•
Before mounting any components, check the manual to be sure that the component you are installing
is suitable for use in that area of the vehicle. Many components are not suitable for use in the engine
compartment or other extreme environmental exposure areas.
•
When drilling into a vehicle structure, be sure that both sides of the surface are clear of anything that
could be damaged. Remove all burrs from drilled holes. To prevent electrical shorts, grommet all drilled
holes through which wiring passes. Also, ensure that the mounting screws do not cause electrical or
mechanical damage to the vehicle.
•
Refer to the manual packed with the lighting system for proper electrical connections, additional
precautions, and information.
•
Because vehicle roof construction and driving conditions vary, do not drive a vehicle with a
magnetically mounted warning light installed. The light could fly off the vehicle causing injury or
damage. Repair of damage incurred because of ignoring this warning shall be the sole responsibility of
the user.
•
To avoid denting the roof of the vehicle, place the lightbar mounting feet as close to the outer edge of
the roof as possible.
•
Locate the light system controls so the VEHICLE and CONTROLS can be operated safely under all
driving conditions.
After Installation or Service
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•
After installation, test the light system to ensure that it is operating properly.
•
Test all vehicle functions, including horn operation, vehicle safety functions, and vehicle light systems,
to ensure proper operation. Ensure that the installation has not affected the vehicle operation or changed
any vehicle safety function or circuit.
•
Scratched or dull reflectors, mirrors, or lenses will reduce the effectiveness of the lighting system.
Avoid heavy pressure and use of caustic or petroleum based products when cleaning the lighting
system. Replace any optical components that may have been scratched or crazed during system
installation.
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Do not attempt to activate or de-activate the light system control while driving in a hazardous situation.
•
You should frequently inspect the light system to ensure that it is operating properly and that it is
securely attached to the vehicle.
•
After installation and testing are complete, provide a copy of these instructions to instructional staff and
all operating personnel.
•
File these instructions in a safe place and refer to them when maintaining and/or re-installing the product.
Failure to follow all safety precautions and instructions may result in property damage, serious injury, or death.
RETAIN AND REFER TO THIS MESSAGE
Introduction
The Rear SpectraLux ILS is a single-level LED lightbar that mounts in the rear window of the vehicle. It
uses ROC (Reliable On Board Circuitry) technology, and Solaris® S2 reflectors. The lightbar operates at
a nominal input of 13.6 Vdc (11 Vdc minimum). The functions of the ILS are controlled through the CAT5
serial communication cable. The cable connects to either a compatible Federal Signal Serial control head or
a Federal Signal Serial Interface Module (document P/N 8583446). An internal PCB assembly within the
lightbar decodes the control data and performs the requested function. With the Serial Interface Module, the
lightbar can be activated by Federal Signal lightbar controllers, SignalMaster™ controllers, and/or individual
low-current switches.
The backbone is a powder-coated aluminum shroud. The lightbar has 15 ft power and ground cables and a
25 ft serial cable. Mounting hardware is a configured option. Refer to mounting instructions supplied with
mounting hardware. The lightbar has an operating temperature range of –30 °C to +65 °C..
Unpacking the ILS
After unpacking the ILS light assembly, inspect it for damage that may have occurred in transit. If it has
been damaged, do not install it. File a claim immediately with the carrier, stating the extent of damage.
Carefully check all envelopes, shipping labels, and tags before removing or destroying them. Ensure
that the parts listed in kit contents list are included in the package. If you are missing any parts, contact
Customer Support at 1-800-264-3578, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (CT).
Wiring the Rear ILS in the Vehicle
Before proceeding, ensure that the lightbar has been installed inside the vehicle in accordance with the
instructions included with the mounting kit.
NOTE: The DIP switch on the control PCB in the lightbar provides two selectable options. To change DIP
switch settings, see “Selecting Configuration Options” on page 9.
The lightbar is completely wired at the factory and does not require any additional internal wiring. Two
16 AWG power conductors (red and black) and the CAT5 communication cable exit the lightbar. The
conductors necessary to control the lightbar are contained in the CAT5 cable, which connects to a compatible
Federal Signal control head or Serial Interface Module.
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RADIO ANTENNA LOCATION—Do not mount a radio antenna within 18 inches
(45.7 cm) of the lighting system. Placing the antenna too close to the lighting
system could cause the lighting system to malfunction or be damaged by strong
radio fields. Mounting the antenna too close to the lighting system may also
cause the radio noise emitted from the lighting system to interfere with the
reception of the radio transmitter and reduce radio reception.
LOCATING OPERATOR CONTROLS—The light system controls must be located
so that the VEHICLE and CONTROLS can be operated safely under all driving
conditions. Failure to observe this warning could result in driver distraction or
driver error while operating the vehicle.
REVERSE POLARITY MISWIRING—Reverse polarity may damage the lightbar
and prevent operation. To avoid damage to the lightbar, ensure that the battery
voltage is the same as the voltage of the lightbar and that the correct polarity is
observed. The lightbar must be fused at the source.
To wire the lightbar in the vehicle:
1.
Ensure that the lines are adequately fused (see Figures 4 through 6 starting on page 17). From the
lightbar, route the CAT5 control cable into the vehicle’s cab or trunk near the planned location of a
control head that is compatible with the lightbar or Serial Interface Module.
NOTE: An input cable (24-pin harness) is provided with the Serial Interface Module. For connections,
see Table 1 on page 9 and Figures 4 through 6 starting on page 17.
2.
Connect the 16 AWG black lead to the vehicle battery’s ground (–NEG) terminal.
3.
Connect the 16 AWG red lead through the supplied 15A fuse at the source to the positive (+BAT)
terminal.
SignalMaster Option
The SignalMaster function is configured at the factory and does not require any additional wiring inside
the lightbar. All conductors necessary for control of the SignalMaster are through the compatible serial
communication control head or the Serial Interface Module. For wiring and operation, refer to the
instructions included with the control head or document P/N 2562248 included with the Serial Interface
Module.
Lightbar Controls
Both the Federal Signal Serial Control Head and the Serial Interface Module provide the controls
in Table 1 to the lightbar. The table shows the corresponding control wires from the Serial Interface
Module and their colors. The wire’s first color is the predominant color and additional colors are stripes.
For programming options, see the instructions included with the Interface Module or the Federal Signal
serial control head.
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Table 1 Rear ILS lightbar controls and their wires from the Serial Interface Module
Lightbar Control*
Wire Color
Function Description
Mode 2
Blue/White
Overrides Mode 1
Steady Burn
Red/White
N/A
Mode 1
Mode 3
Front Cutoff
Front Enable
Rear Cutoff
Rear Enable
Blue
Black/Red
Green/White
Orange/Black
Lowest priority
Overrides Modes 1 and 2
N/A
N/A
Turns OFF power to the Rear ILS
Turns ON power to the Rear ILS
Intersection
Blue/Black
N/A
Left Alley
Green/Black
N/A
Flash Takedown
Right Alley
Takedown
Intersection
Low Power
Test Pattern
(SW-2 Switch 3 in the
Serial Interface Module
is in the UP position.
Red/Black
Orange/Red
White/Black
Blue/Black
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
White/Black/Red Dims the lights approximately 50 percent to prevent blinding approaching drivers. Low Power is only available in
Modes 1 and 2 and is disabled when switched to another
flash pattern, including Mode 3 and Intersection.
Black/White/Red Cycles through each available color
*See document P/N 2562248 for instructions on setting these options in the Serial Interface Module.
Typical Installations with Common Control Systems
For typical installations with common control systems, see Figures 4 through 6 starting on page 17.
Selecting Configuration Options
The Rear ILS has three configuration options that are selectable with DIP switches on the lightbar
control board. Table 2 on page 10 describes the options.
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Table 2 Rear ILS DIP switch settings
DIP
Switch
Position
1
2
3
Description
Sets the directional arrow pattern for internal SignalMaster control for the eight (default) or sixhead pattern. For the six-head pattern, move DIP Switch 1 to ON (Figure 1 on page 11).
Not used
Switch 3 has three functions:
• Activating a lower or upper rear-mounted ILS
• Performing an LED scan to ensure that an LED board flashes the correct colors after it is
installed.
• Changing the Device ID to enable the SpectraLux ILS to operate independently of the
lightbar (available with the Convergence Configuration Software).
Choosing to Activate an Upper or Lower Rear ILS
To activate a upper rear-mounted ILS, set Switch 3 ON.
To activate a lower rear-mounted ILS, set Switch 3 OFF.
Performing an LED Scan
When an LED board is changed, an LED scan must be done to enable the LED board to flash
the correct colors.
To perform the scan:
1. Disconnect the red power (BAT+) wire to the SpectraLux ILS and maintain power to the
control head/interface box.
2. Change the position of DIP Switch 3 and turn power ON to the SpectraLux ILS. The
SpectraLux ILS emits a short flash to indicate the LED scan is done.
3. To return DIP Switch 3 to its original function, repeat the scan.
Changing the Device ID
The default setting for the SpectraLux ILS is to respond to lightbar commands. For example,
if the system includes a lightbar and a SpectraLux ILS, both devices perform the same functions. The Convergence Configuration programming software enables you to program the
control head to send a set of commands dedicated only to the SpectraLux ILS, making its
operation independent of the lightbar.
4
10
To reset the control head to the default setting, perform an LED scan as described above.
Sets the ability to power the network cable for other devices. The default is OFF. Switch 4
should only be set if the main power cables are turned on through an ignition-activated relay. If
powering other devices, such as the Six-Button Serial Controller, set DIP Switch 4 to ON. For
more information, see the instructions included with the network-powered device.
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Figure 1 DIP switches and lights on the control board of the Rear ILS
AD
SIX-HE
SIGNAL
SIX-HE
MASTER
AD SIG
NALM
ASTER
CONTROL BOAR
D
REAR ILS LIGHTBAR
-HEAD
EIGHT
SIGNAL
MASTER
EIGHT
-HEAD
SIGNAL
MASTER
DIP SWITCH
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Safety Message to Operators of Warning Light Equipment
People’s lives depend on your safe use of our products. Listed below are some important safety instructions
and precautions you should follow:
•
Do not attempt to activate or de-activate the light system control while driving in a hazardous situation.
•
Although your warning system is operating properly, it may not be completely effective. People may
not see or heed your warning signal. You must recognize this fact and continue driving cautiously.
•
Also, situations may occur which obstruct your warning signal when natural and man-made objects are
between your vehicle and others, such as raising your hood or trunk lid. If these situations occur, be
especially careful.
•
The effectiveness of an interior mounted warning light depends on the clarity, the tinting, and the
angle of the glass it is being placed behind. Tinting, dirt defects, and steeply angled glass reduce the
light output of the warning light. This may reduce the effectiveness of the light as a warning signal. If
your vehicle has dirty, tinted, or steeply angled glass, use extra caution when driving your vehicle or
blocking the right of way with your vehicle.
•
All effective sirens and horns produce loud sounds that may cause, in certain situations, permanent
hearing loss. You and your passengers should consider taking appropriate safety precautions, such as
wearing hearing protection.
•
In order to be an effective warning device, this product produces bright light that can be hazardous to
your eyesight when viewed at a close range. Do not stare directly into this lighting product at a close
range or permanent damage to your eyesight may occur.
•
It is important that you fully understand how to safely operate this warning system before use.
•
You should only operate your vehicle and its light/sound system in accordance with your department’s
Standard Operating Procedures.
•
If a selected function does not perform properly or if any of the lamps remain illuminated when the control
is off, disconnect the power connector from the control unit and contact the nearest service center.
•
At the start of your shift, you should ensure that the entire warning light system and the siren system is
securely attached and operating properly.
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Suction cup mounting is for temporary applications only. The unit should be removed from the window
and stored securely when not in use. Temperature changes and sunlight can cause suction cups to lose
holding power. Periodically check the unit to be sure the suction cups have a firm grip on the mounting
surface. An improperly secured light could fall off of the vehicle causing injury and damage.
•
The holding power of magnetic mounting systems is dependent upon surface finish, surface flatness,
and thickness of the steel mounting surface. Therefore, to promote proper magnetic mounting:
✔
Mounting surface and magnets must be kept clean, dry, and free of foreign particles that prevent
good surface contact.
✔
Ensure that mounting surface is flat.
✔
A magnet mounting system should not be used on vehicles with vinyl tops.
✔
To prevent sliding of light assembly on mounting surface, quick acceleration and hard stops
should be avoided.
Failure to follow these precautions may result in property damage, serious injury, or death.
RETAIN AND REFER TO THIS MESSAGE.
Testing the Lightbar
LIGHT HAZARD—This product contains high output LED devices. To prevent
permanent eye damage, do not stare into the light beam at close range.
To check the lightbar controls (see Table 1 on page 9 and the wiring diagrams on pages 18 and 19):
1.
Connect the 16 AWG black lead from the lightbar to the ground (–NEG) terminal of the vehicle battery
and the 16 AWG red lead to the positive terminal.
2.
Connect the black and black/white wires from the Serial Interface Module to the ground (–NEG)
terminal of the vehicle battery
3.
Apply 12 Vdc to a control wire and to the ignition wire from the Serial Interface Module.
After the installation, check the entire system to be sure the lights are flashing properly and all light system
functions are operating properly.
Maintaining the Rear ILS
Establishing a regular maintenance schedule for the ILS lightbar extends its life and ensures safety.
Periodically check that the lightbar operates properly and that all mounting hardware is securely fastened to
the vehicle. Also, inspect the reflectors for cracks, crazing (hairline cracks), discoloration, and other defects.
PERIODICALLY CHECK GLASS―The effectiveness of the Rear ILS depends
on the clarity of the glass it is being placed behind. Dirt and defects in the
glass reduces the light output. The reliability of light for emergency signaling
purposes may be reduced if the glass is dirty, cracked, or not clear. Be sure to
periodically check the glass for cleanliness to ensure maximum light output of
the Rear ILS lightbar.
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Cleaning the Shrouds
To clean the shrouds:
1. To remove the lightbar from the vehicle, refer to the vehicle-specific installation instructions that
come with the ILS lightbar.
2. Use a soft tissue to clean the shroud. If needed, you can use a solution of mild soap and water, but
take care not to get water on the PCBs.
3. When finished, make sure the lightbar is completely dry before reinstalling it according the
vehicle-specific installation instructions.
Cleaning the Reflectors
CRAZING/CLEANING SOLUTIONS―The use of cleaning solutions, such as
strong detergents, solvents, and petroleum products, can cause crazing
(cracking) of the reflectors. Failure to follow this warning can damage the
reflectors and reduce the effectiveness of the light output, which may result
in bodily injury or death to you or others.
To clean the reflectors:
1. To remove the lightbar from the vehicle, refer to the vehicle-specific installation instructions
included with the Rear ILS.
2. Use a soft tissue to clean the reflectors. If needed, you can use a solution of mild soap and
water, but take care to avoid getting the PCBs wet. Avoid heavy pressure and the use of caustic,
abrasive, or petroleum-based cleaners, which will scratch or dull the reflectors.
3. When finished, make sure the lightbar is completely dry before reinstalling it according to the
vehicle-specific instructions.
Servicing the Rear ILS
This section has instructions for replacing the lightbar’s PCBs and reflectors. For additional service and
support, call the Federal Signal Service Department at 800-433-9132, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through
Friday (Central Time). For a list of common replacement parts, see “Ordering Replacement Parts” on page 17.
Replacing a PCB
To replace a PCB:
1. To remove the lightbar from the vehicle, refer to the vehicle-specific installation instructions that
come with the Rear ILS.
NOTE: To remove an inner PCB you must first remove the outer PCB next to it.
2. See Figure 2 on page 15. Remove the #10-32 nuts that hold down the PCB.
PCB CONNECTOR DAMAGE—To avoid damaging the connectors, slide the
outer PCB straight out before lifting it.
3. Remove the outer PCB by sliding it straight outward and then lifting it by its outside edge. To remove
an inner PCB, make sure all the nuts have been removed. Disconnect the cable and lift out the PCB.
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NOTE: To remove a reflector, see “Replacing a Reflector” on page 16.
4. To install an inner PCB, align the holes in the PCB with the three inner studs on the shroud and
place the PCB on the insulator.
5. Mate the pins of the outer PCB to the inner PCB on an angle.
6. Slide the outer PCB in while lowering its outer edge until the stud is centered in the slot on the
PCB. Rest the PCB on the insulator.
7. Tighten the #10-32 nuts to 36 in-lb (3 ft-lb).
Figure 2 Removing a PCB
➀ ➄
INSULATOR:
1 FOR EACH PCB
➀
➀
➃
CABLE: LENGTH
IS VEHICLE-SPECIFIC
➂
➀
➁
➀
REMOVE THE #10-32 HEX NUTS
FROM THE STUDS:
1 FOR EACH OUTER PCB
3 FOR EACH INNER PCB
➁
SLIDE THE OUTER PCB OUTWARD.
➂
LIFT THE OUTER EDGE OF THE PCB
AND REMOVE THE PCB.
➃
➄
DISCONNECT THE CABLE.
CONNECTORS
LIFT OUT THE INNER PCB.
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Replacing a Reflector
CRAZING/CHEMICALS―Crazed, cracked, or faded reflectors reduce
the light output and the effectiveness of the lighting system. Reflectors
showing this type of aging must be replaced. Failure to follow this warning
may result in bodily injury or death to you or others.
To replace a reflector:
1. Refer to the vehicle-specific installation instructions included with the Rear ILS.
2. To remove the PCB that holds the reflector, see “Replacing a PCB” on page 14.
3. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to press and release the reflector’s two round tabs from beneath
the PCB. Slide the reflector toward the rear of the PCB (Figure 3).
4. Lift the rear of the reflector away from the PCB and remove it.
Figure 3 Removing a reflector
➀
REMOVAL:
➀
PRESS THE ROUND TABS FROM
BENEATH THE PCB AND SLIDE
THE REFLECTOR BACK.
➁
LIFT THE REAR OF THE
REFLECTOR TO REMOVE IT.
AR
RE
➀
INSERT THE FRONT HOOKS IN
THE PCB.
➃
BRING THE REAR OF THE REFLECTOR
DOWN ON THE PCB AND INSERT THE
REAR HOOKS INTO THE PCB.
➄
➁
➃
INSTALLATION:
➂
S
OK
HO
➄
➂
SLIDE THE REFECTOR FOWARD
UNTIL IT SNAPS INTO PLACE.
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5. To install the new reflector, insert its front hooks into their slots on the PCB.
6. Bring the rear of the reflector down to insert its rear hooks through the PCB.
7. When the reflector rests on the PCB, make sure the rear hooks are fully inserted and slide the
reflector forward until its tabs snap into place.
8. Install the PCBs as described in steps 4 through 7 in “Replacing a PCB” on page 14.
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Ordering Replacement Parts
This section contains a list of common and vehicle-specific replacement parts. To order parts, call the Federal
Signal Service Department at 800-433-9132, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (CT) or contact your
nearest distributor.
Table 3 Common replacement parts
Description
Part Number
PCB Assembly, Driver Rear Inner (Configured)
Contact Federal Signal
PCB Assembly, Driver Side (Configured)
PCB Assembly, Passenger Side (Configured)
PCB Assembly, Passenger Rear Inner (Configured)
Insulator, Rear
Aluminum Spacer, Rear
Contact Federal Signal
Contact Federal Signal
Contact Federal Signal
8624178
8624179
Nut, Hex #10-32
7058A004
Reflector, Standard
8651110
Sealing Strip
Cable Assembly, Power, 15 ft
Cable, Network, 25 ft
Fuse, In-Line, 15 A
205003
1461816
1751357-02
8620006-01
Fuse Holder
143A120
Table 4 Vehicle-specific parts
Description
Part Number
Shroud and Mounting Hardware (Vehicle-Specific)
Refer to the vehicle-specific
installation instructions for
part numbers
Wire Assembly, PCB to PCB (Vehicle-Specific Length)
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−
GND
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BATTERY
+
SIGNALMASTER CONTROLLER
PROVIDES GROUND SIGNALS
TO SERIAL INTERFACE MODULE
SIGNALMASTER CONTROLLER (REMAINING
CONNECTIONS PER DEVICE INSTRUCTIONS)
BLU
YEL
GRY
VIO
ORG
GRN
BRN
WHT
WHT/RED
RED/GRN
BLU/RED
ORG
ORG/GRN
GRN/BLK/WHT
GRN
RED
BLU/WHT (MODE 2)
RED
BLK/RED (MODE 3)
BLU (MODE 1)
15 A FUSE
BLK
15 A FUSE
RED
BLK
RED/BLK (FLASH TAKEDOWNS)
WHT/BLK (TAKEDOWN)
BLK
BLK/WHT
1 A FUSE
WHT
SPECTRALUX REAR ILS
FRONT ILS
IGNITION +
SWITCH BOX (REMAINING CONNECTIONS
PER DEVICE INSTRUCTIONS BOX)
Figure 4 Typical connections with a SignalMaster controller (external control)
CAT5
CAT5
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SPLITER
FSC P/N 1751531
SERIAL INTERFACE
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KEYPAD
INPUT
3
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–
SS2000SM
(REMAINING CONNECTIONS
PER DEVICE INSTRUCTIONS)
MIC
SIGNALMASTER
FUSE
+BAT
BATTERY
2
LIGHTS
1
R
A B C D
AUX OUTPUTS
BLU (MODE 1)
BLU/WHT (MODE 2)
BLK/RED (MODE 3)
+
RED
GRN
GRN/BLK/WHT
ORG/GN)
ORG
BLU/RED
RED/GRN
WHT/RED
SIREN
SS2000SM
E
NO NC C
WHT (1)
BRN (2)
GRN (3)
ORN (4)
PRP (5)
GRA (6)
YEL (7)
BLU (8)
NONE (9)
RED+ (10)
BLK- (11)
18
RED/BLK (FLASH TAKEDOWNS)
15 A FUSE
RED
BLK
15 A FUSE
WHT/BLK (TAKEDOWNS)
RED
BLK
BLK
BLK/WHT
1 A FUSE
WHT
SPECTRALUX REAR ILS
FRONT ILS
IGNITION +
Figure 5 Typical connections with a SmartSiren Model SS2000SM
CAT5
CAT5
SPLITER
FSC P/N 1751531
290A7046
SERIAL INTERFACE
Installation, Maintenance, and Service Manual
SpectraLux Rear ILS Lightbar
–
BATTERY
+
BLU (MODE 1)
40 A FUSE
BLK/RED (MODE 3)
BLK
RED
RED
BLK/WHT
BLK
RED/BLK (FLASH TAKEDOWNS)
15 A FUSE
BLK/RED (MODE 3)
WHT/RED
RED/GRN
BLU/RED
ORG
ORG/GRN
GRN/BLK/WHT
GRN
RED
GND
SWITCH BOX (REMAINING CONNECTIONS
PER DEVICE INSTRUCTIONS BOX)
WHT/BLK (TD)
BLU
YEL
GRY
VIO
ORG
GRN
BRN
WHT
SIGNALMASTER CONTROLLER
(REMAINING CONNECTIONS
PER DEVICE INSTRUCTIONS)
BLU/WHT (MODE 2)
BLU/WHT (MODE 2)
BLK
GRN/BLK (L. AL)
BLK/WHT
ORG/RED (R. AL)
SIGNALMASTER CONTROLLER
PROVIDES GROUND SIGNALS
TO SERIAL INTERFACE MODULE
BLU (MODE 1)
BLK
WHT
WHT
CAT5
SPECTRALUX REAR ILS
CAT5
FS SERIAL CONTROLLED LIGHTBAR
IGNITION +
1 A FUSE
1 A FUSE
SERIAL INTERFACE
290A7053
SERIAL INTERFACE
Figure 6 Typical connections with a serial-controlled lightbar and externally controlled SpectraLux Rear ILS
Installation, Maintenance, and Service Manual
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