Digital Monitoring Products 1912XR Installation guide

1912XR Installation Guide
Panel Specifications
1.1
Power supply
Transformer Input: 16.5 VAC or 40VA (Models 320 or 321) or 100VA (Model 322).
Standby Battery: 12 VDC 6.5Ah (40VA charges two batteries, 100VA charges three or four batteries))
Auxiliary Output: 12 VDC at 600mA with 40VA transformer
Bell Output: 12 VDC at 1 Amp
Inherent Power Limited
1.2
Communication
Built in Dialer communication to DMP Model SCS-1 Receivers
Built in Multiplex communication to DMP Model SCS-1 Receivers
Built in DDMX communication to DMP Model SCS-1 Receivers
Built in CID communication to non-DMP receivers
Optional Model 893 Dual Phone Line Module with phone line supervision
Can operate as a local system
1.3
1.4
Panel loops
Four 1K Ω EOL burglary loops (loops 1 to 4)
One 3.3K Ω EOL Class B powered loop with reset (loop 5)
Keypads and expanders
You can connect up to eight of the following keypads or expanders to the 1912XR keypad data bus:
• 670, 770, or 771 Alphanumeric Keypads
• 711, 714, and 715 Loop Expanders
• 5845LX Glassbreak single point detector
• 6155LX PIR single point detector
You can connect the following devices to the LX-Bus of the Model 862N, 862P, 872, and 881 Interface
Cards up to the maximum number of addresses. Also see Accessory Devices in section 4.1.
• 714 and 715 Loop Expanders - up to 25 devices
• 716 Output Expander - up to 25 devices
• 5845LX Glassbreak single point detector - up to 100 devices
• 6155LX PIR single point detector - up to 100 devices
The 714 and 715 Loop Expanders each provide four loops.
The 716 Output Expander provides four Form C relays (SPDT) and four 50mA switched grounds (open
collector) suitable for a variety of annunciation and control applications.
1.5
Output contacts
Two on-board auxiliary Form C outputs. See section 13.1. You can have up to 100 additional outputs when
using 716 Output Expanders and an 862N, 862P, 872, or 881 Interface Card.
Outputs require two Model 305 relays, each rated for 1 Amp at 30 VDC or 0.5 Amp at 120 VAC
The panel also provides four auxiliary voltage outputs rated for 50mA at 12 VDC. See section 14.1.
1.6
Enclosure specifications
The 1912XR is shipped installed in its enclosure with end of line resistors, battery leads, and programming
sheets.
Size:
Weight:
Color:
Construction:
12.5" x 11.5" x 3.0"
6 lbs
Black (61) or Grey (63)
18 gauge cold rolled steel
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Introduction
2.1
Description
The DMP 1912XR Command Processor is a powerful 12 VDC, combined burglary and fire communicator
panel with battery backup. The 1912XR provides four on-board burglary loops and one on-board 12 VDC
Class B powered fire loop. The fire loop has a reset capability to provide for 2-wire smoke detectors, relays,
or other latching devices. The 1912XR can communicate to one or two DMP SCS-1 Receivers using digital
dialer, Contact ID, multiplex, or a combined dialer/multiplex format.
893 Dual Phone
Line Module
862N, 862P, 872,
or 881
Expansion
Cards
1912XR Command
Processor
MODEL 714
LOOP
EXPANDER
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5
BELL
6
GND
7
8
YEL
9
GRN
10
BLK
11
SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15
GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
MODEL 715
LOOP
EXPANDER
Partition 2
Partition 1
MODEL 716
OUTPUT
EXPANDER
DISARM
DISARM
DISARM
ARM
ARM
ARM
DISARM
DISARM
ARM
ARM
Up to four areas
Up to eight areas
MODEL
6155LX
PIR
Partition 3
Partition 4
MODEL 5845LX
GLASSBREAK
DISARM
DISARM
DISARM
ARM
ARM
ARM
Up to four areas
Up to four areas
Up to 100 additional hardwire or
wireless loops and relay outputs.
Figure 1: Typical 1912XR System Configuration
2.2
Expansion loops
Up to 132 additional loops are available on the 1912XR by using the loop expansion capability of DMP
Security Command keypads and loop expander modules. The panel's keypad data bus supports up to eight
device addresses with each device supporting up to four programmable expansion loops.
Up to 100 loops are available on the LX-Bus™ of a DMP 862N, 862P, 872, or 881 Interface Card using
combinations of the following:
• 711 Single Point Loop Expander Module (up to 100)
• 714 or 715 Loop Expander Modules (up to 25)
• 6155LX PIRs or 5845LX Glassbreak Detectors (up to 100)
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2.3
Partitions and areas
The 1912XR can be programmed into four separate partitions. Partition 1 can be expanded into eight
separate reporting areas. Partitions 2 to 4 can each be expanded into four separate reporting areas. The
1912XR panel supports up to a total of 20 areas for all partitions combined.
2.4
Central station communication
You can program the 1912XR panel for local annunciation only or for reporting to remote DMP SCS-1
Receivers using digital dialer, Contact ID, multiplex, or the combined dialer/multiplex (DDMX)
communication format. Using DDMX allows you to have digital dialer during disarmed periods and
automatic multiplex connection after the last area in the system is armed. The 1912XR connects at the
premises to a standard RJ31X or RJ38X telephone jack. Use the DMP 893 Dual Phone Line Module when
connecting the 1912XR panel to two separate phone lines in fire or burglary applications.
SCS-1
Security Control
Receiver
1912XR Panel
1 2 3
881
Expansion
Module
SECURITY CONTROL
1
RJ11X
TELCO Jack
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10
BLK
11
SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
RJ38X
TELCO Jack
Figure 2: The 1912XR can use multiplex, digital dialer, CID, or DDMX communication
2.5
Before you begin
Before installing the 1912XR, we recommend you read through the entire contents of this guide. Familiarize
yourself with the features of the panel and the key points to remember during the installation. Be sure to
read and understand all of the caution statements printed in bold italics.
In addition to this installation guide, you should also read through and familiarize yourself with these other
product documents:
• 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171)
• Security Command User's Guide (LT-0172)
• 1912XR Program Information Sheets (LT-0176)
• 714 Loop Expander Installation Sheet (LT-0161)
• 715 Loop Expander Installation Sheet (LT-0162)
• 862N and 862P Installation Sheet (LT-0202)
• 872 HARD-WIRE-LESS Installation Sheet (LT-0203)
• 881 Expansion Interface Installation Sheet (LT-0180)
• 5845LX Glassbreak Sensor Installation Sheet (LT-0219)
• 6155LX PIR Installation Sheet (LT-0211)
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2.6
About this guide
The information contained in this guide is organized into four sections: Table of Contents, Introduction,
Installation, and Troubleshooting.
• The Table of Contents at the front of this guide lists all of the headings and subheadings used
throughout each section. To the right of each heading is the section number where the information
can be found.
• The Introduction section gives you an overview of the various components that go into a 1912XR
system and diagrams some typical system configurations. This section gives descriptions of the
panel, keypads, loop expanders, and accessory modules and provides details on how each of them
operate together in the system.
• The Installation section begins with mounting instructions for the enclosure and takes you through
the proper way to power up the panel prior to programming.
• The Troubleshooting section includes some of the most common installation and service questions
encountered by our technicians and should be helpful in making your installation or service call run
smoothly.
Caution notes
Throughout this guide you'll see caution notes containing information you need to know when installing the
1912XR panel. These cautions are written with a bold, italicized introductory clause followed by a detailed
description of the caution. See the example shown below:
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The 1912XR must be properly
grounded before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components.
Whenever you see a caution note, make sure you completely read and understand its information. Failing
to follow the caution note can cause damage to the equipment or improper operation of one or more
components in the system.
2.7
How to use this guide
To locate information about the installation of the 1912XR, first go to the Table of Contents at the front of
this guide. Find the subject heading that closely describes the information you need and turn to the section
number shown to the right of the heading.
The text that follows the heading has been written to provide as much information about the subject as
possible. If you can't find the information you need under that heading, try scanning through a few of the
headings before and after and reading the text under those that sound similar.
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System Components
3.1
Description
The DMP 1912XR system is made up of an alarm panel with built in communicator, an enclosure, and a
16.5 VAC transformer. You can add up to eight Security Command keypads, an expansion interface
module, loop and output expanders, and initiating and indicating circuit modules. You can also connect
auxiliary devices to the panel's output relays to expand the basic system. Combined current requirements
of additional modules may require an auxiliary power supply. Refer to section 7.6 in this manual when
calculating power requirements.
3.2
Wiring diagram
The 1912XR system below shows some of the accessory modules you can connect for use in various
applications. A complete description of each module follows.
DD, MPX
Selection
J9
Expansion Connector
Dual Line Expansion
J10
J11 J12
EPROM Socket
K2
Ground Start Relay
Use Model 305
Front Tamper
J4
Tamper Header
AC wiring must be in
conduit and exit out the left
side of the panel enclosure.
DMP transformers:
Model 320
16.5 VAC 40VA
wire-in,
Model 321
16.5 VAC 40VA,
Model 322
16.5 VAC 100VA,
wire-in.
Wire-in is required
for NFPA 72.
Rear Tamper
Battery Only Restart
Connects auxiliary power
to common of Output 1.
Command Processor Reset
J16
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5
BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11 SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
1k Ω
1k Ω
1k Ω
LOOP 4
LOOP 3
LOOP 2
LOOP 1
GREEN
BLACK
22 GA. MIN
22 GA. MIN
LOOP 5
RED
YELLOW
22 GA. MIN
Cold Water Pipe
Earth Ground
22 GA. MIN
RED
Maximum AC wire distance
With 16 gauge wire: 70 feet
With 18 guage wire: 40 feet
Secondary Power Supply
1.2 Amps max. charging current.
Use only 12 VDC rechargable
batteries. DMP Model 367.
Replace every 3 to 5 years.
BLACK
16 to 18 gauge wire
1k Ω
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
Tamper protection
when required for
Model 349A Attack
Resistant Enclosure.
Relay Output 2
Use Model 305
For power limited systems
Plug into
120 VAC
outlet not
controlled
by switch.
Bell
12 VDC nominal
Total current 1 Amp max.
Refer to LT-0164 for list
of approved indicating
devices.
Wiring on terminals 5 through 17 must exit
to the right and maintain a 1/4" separation
from the AC and battery positive wiring.
K5
J15
K9
Relay Output 1
Use Model 305
L4
Output Header J2
All outputs must be connected to devices located
within the same room as the panel.
Loop 5 and all expanded loops are suitable for installation as Class
B (as applicable for the initiating and signaling line circuits per UL
864 Table 48.2 or 48.3), Central Station Type 1, Type 2, or Type 3
multiplex system. Installation limits under jurisdiction of local
authority.
Red
Yellow
Green
Black
LOOP EXPANDER
Model 715
25mA at 12 VDC
Central Station System
Supplemental device.
Local System
Requires 866 Indicating
Circuit Module.
LOOP EXPANDER
Model 714
15mA at 12 VDC
Household System
An alarm sounding device
must be installed indoors
so that it is clearly heard
in all sleeping areas.
3.3k Ω
Power
Supervision
Relay
Smoke
Detector
Keypads
Model 670, 770, 771
100mA at 8 to 16 VDC
125mA with display lit.
–+
1k Ω
DISARM
3.3k Ω
3.3k Ω
3.3k Ω
For Sprinkler Supervision,
Normally Open devices
must be used.
1k Ω
1k Ω
ARM
1k Ω
1k Ω
Heat detectors, manual pull
stations, or any other UL listed
shorting device. Unlimited
number of units.
1k Ω
1k Ω
1k Ω
DMP Model 310
Keyswitch Arming Loop
May be connected to any loop.
See section 12.4.
Refer to LT-0164 for a list of approved
4-wire smoke detectors and power
Refer to the 715 Installation Sheet (LTsupervision relays.
0162), or the smoke detector
manufacturer's compatibility guide, for
a list of approved detectors.
Figure 3: 1912XR wiring diagram
3.3
Lightning protection
Metal Oxide Varistors and Transient Voltage Suppressors help protect against voltage surges on input and
output circuits of the 1912XR. Additional surge protection is available by installing the DMP 370 or 370RJ
Lightning Suppressors.
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Accessory Devices
4.1
Loop and output modules and interface cards
711 Single Point Loop Expander
The 711 module provides one Class B burglary loop for connecting burglary and non-powered fire devices.
714 Loop Expander
The 714 module provides four Class B burglary loops for connecting burglary and non-powered fire devices.
715 Loop Expander
The 715 module provides four 12 VDC Class B powered loops for connecting smoke detectors, glassbreak
detectors, or other 2 or 4-wire devices.
716 Output Expansion Module
The 716 provides four Form C (SPDT) outputs and four loop following switched grounds (open collector). The
716 is addressed using rotary switches to match the panel's loop numbers.
717 Graphic Annunciator Module
The 717 provides 20 loop following switched grounds (open collector) for a variety of remote annunciation and
control applications.
862N and 862P Interface Cards
Both cards provide an LX-Bus for connecting loop and output expansion modules. The 862N allows the 1912XR
to communicate alarm and system information over existing computer data networks. The 862P allows you to
connect a 40 or 80 character serial printer to the 1912XR panel for real time printing of system events.
872 HARD-WIRE-LESS™ Interface Card
The 872 card provides you with 100 loop addresses you can assign to either hardwire or wireless devices. A
wireless receiver is required for using wireless devices.
881 Expansion Interface Card
The 881 card allows you to connect loop and output expander modules to the 1912XR panel to provide a
maximum of 100 additional loops.
4.2
Indicating and initiating modules
865 Supervised Style Y or Z Indicating Module
The 865 provides up to 1 Amp of supervised alarm current when using the bell output of the 1912XR panel and
up to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 VDC when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The 865 can supervise 2-wire Style Y
or W circuits or 4-wire Style Z or X circuits for ground faults, opens, and shorts with individual LED annunciation.
866 Indicating Circuit Module
The 866 module provides up to 1 Amp of supervised alarm current using the bell output of the 1912XR panel
and up to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 VDC when using a listed auxiliary power supply.
869 Dual Style D Initiating Module
The 869 provides two Style D, 4-wire initiating loops for connecting waterflow switches and other non-powered
fire and burglary devices.
4.3
893 Dual Phone Line Module
The 893 allows you to connect and supervise two phone lines to the 1912XR panel. The 893 monitors the
voltage of the phone line and reports trouble when the level drops below 3 VDC.
4.4
Security Command® keypads
You can connect up to eight Model 670, 770, or 771 Security Command keypads to the keypad data bus
provided by the panel on terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10. Use an auxiliary power supply when connecting more than 5
keypads or when installing excessively long wire runs.
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Installation
5.1
Mounting the enclosure
The metal enclosure for the 1912XR must be mounted in a secure, dry place to protect the panel from
damage due to tampering or the elements. It is not necessary to remove the 1912XR PC board when
installing the enclosure.
Accessory Module
Mounting Holes
Accessory Module
Mounting Holes
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Tamper Switch
Mounting Holes
Enclosure Mounting Holes
J9
Dual Line Expansion
J10
EPROM Socket
J4
Battery Only Restart
Command Processor Reset
J16
1
AC
2
3
AC
B+
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11
SMK
12
13
L5+
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
Wire Access
Openings
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Battery Shelf
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Figure 4: 1912XR in standard enclosure
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Accessory Module
Mounting Holes
1912XR Command Processor
J16
1
Mounting Bracket for
wire-in transformer
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11
SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Mounting holes for Model
325 Terminal Strip
Battery shelf holds up to three 7Ah batteries
Figure 4A: 1912XR in Model 350 Large Enclosure
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5.2
Mounting keypads and loop expanders
Security Command keypads have removable covers that allow you to easily mount the keypad to a wall or
other flat surface using the screw holes provided on each corner of the base. Before mounting the base,
connect the keypad wire harness leads to the keypad cable from the panel and to any device wiring run to
that location. Then attach the harness connector to the pin connector on the PC board, mount the base,
and install the keypad cover making sure all of the keys extend through their respective holes.
For mounting keypads on solid walls, or for applications where conduit is required, use a DMP 775, 776, or
778 keypad conduit backbox.
The DMP 711, 714, 715, and 716 expanders are contained in molded plastic housings with removable
covers. The housing base contains the loop expander module and also provides you with mounting holes
for installing the unit to a wall or other surface.
5.3
Connecting serial devices
Keypad data bus
The keypad data bus requires only a 4-wire cable between devices and the panel. You can connect
devices in parallel on the same cable or provide separate runs back to the panel. The maximum cable
length for one keypad can be up to 500 feet using 22 gauge wire or up to 1000 feet using 18 gauge wire.
Additional keypads installed on the same cable decrease the maximum distance at which they'll operate
properly.
Refer to the wiring diagram (section 3.2) in this guide for additional wiring information.
LX-Bus™ (Models 862N, 862P, 872, and 881 Interface Cards)
The LX-Bus provided on these cards also requires only a 4-wire cable between devices and the panel. You
can connect devices together on the same cable with the total cable length for each run being determined
by the number of devices and the gauge of wire being used.
Refer to the table below for determining wiring distances using 22 AWG and 18 AWG.
# of expansion
devices
Distance when powered
from panel
Distance when powered from
auxiliary power supply *
22 AWG
18 AWG
22 AWG
18 AWG
1
3940'
9875'
7500'
9375'
2
2735'
6855'
7500'
9375'
3
1925'
4830'
7500'
9375'
4
1420'
3565'
7500'
9375'
5
1140'
2855'
7500'
9375'
6
900'
2250'
7500'
9375'
8
700'
1755'
7500'
9375'
10
550'
1370'
7500'
9375'
15
370'
930'
7500'
9375'
20
265'
660'
7500'
9375'
25
200'
495'
7500'
9375'
* Locate auxiliary power
supply at the far end of
the wire run.
Figure 5: Expansion device wiring distances
Note: This table is provided for convenience in determining approximate wiring distances and gauges only.
Individual installations may vary and support greater or lesser distances due to environmental or other
factors.
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Primary Power Supply
6.1
AC terminals 1 and 2
Connect the transformer wires to terminals 1 and 2 on the panel. Use no more than 70 ft of 16 gauge, or 40
ft of 18 gauge, wire between the transformer and the 1912XR.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The 1912XR must be properly
grounded before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components. See Earth ground.
6.2
Transformer types
The standard transformer for the 1912XR is 16.5 VAC 40VA, which provides up to 600mA of auxiliary
current. Refer to the 1912XR Wiring Diagram (LT-0182) on the panel enclosure door for a list of optional
transformers. The total current available is limited by the total battery standby requirements.
The transformer must be connected to a 120 VAC 60 Hz commercial power outlet that is not controlled by a
wall switch. Never share the transformer output with any other equipment.
The Model 320 or 322 wire-in transformers are required for NFPA 72 applications.
Secondary Power Supply
7.1
Battery terminals 3 and 4
Connect the black battery lead to terminal 4 on the panel and to the negative terminal of the battery. The
negative terminal connects to the enclosure ground internally through the 1912XR circuit board. Connect
the red battery lead to terminal 3 on the panel and to the positive terminal of the battery. Observe polarity
when connecting the battery.
You can add a second battery in parallel using the DMP Model 318 Dual Battery Harness.
Use sealed lead-acid batteries only: Use the DMP Model 367, 12 VDC 6.5Ah sealed lead-acid
rechargeable battery. Batteries supplied by DMP or manufactured by Eagle Picher or Yuasa have been
tested to ensure proper charging with DMP products.
GEL CELL BATTERIES CANNOT BE USED WITH THE 1912XR PANEL.
7.2
Earth ground
Terminal 4 of the 1912XR panel must be connected to earth ground using 14 gauge or larger wire to
provide proper transient suppression. DMP recommends connecting to a cold water pipe or ground rod
only. Do not connect to electrical conduit or a telephone company ground.
7.3
Battery only restart
When powering up the 1912XR panel without AC power, it's necessary to short across the CR23 leads to
pull in the battery cutoff relay. The leads need a momentary short only. Once the relay has pulled in, the
battery voltage holds it in that condition. If the 1912XR panel is powered up with an AC transformer, the
battery cutoff relay is pulled in automatically.
7.4
Replacement period
DMP recommends the battery be replaced every 3 to 5 years under normal use.
7.5
Discharge/recharge
The 1912XR battery charging circuit float charges at 13.9 VDC at a maximum current of 1.2 Amps using a
40VA transformer. The total current available is reduced by the combined auxiliary current draw from
terminals 7, 11, and 12. The various battery voltage levels are listed below:
Battery Trouble:
Battery Cutoff:
Battery Restored:
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7.6
1912XR power requirements
During AC power failure, the1912XR panel and all auxiliary devices connected to the 1912XR draw their
power from the battery. All devices must be taken into consideration when calculating the battery standby
capacity. Below is a list of the power requirements of the 1912XR panel. Add the additional current draw of
Security Command keypads, loop expanders, smoke detector output, and any other auxiliary devices used
in the system for the total current required. The total is then multiplied by the total number of standby hours
required to arrive at the total ampere/hours required.
1912XR STANDBY BATTERY POWER CALCULATIONS
Standby Current
1912XR Command Processor Panel
Relay Outputs 1-2 (ON)
Qty _____
Voltage Outputs 3-6 (ON) Qty _____
Active Loops 1-4
Qty _____
Active Loop 5
2-Wire Smokes
Qty _____
893 Dual Phone Line Module
862N Network Card
Qty _____
862P Printer Card
Qty _____
872 HARD-WIRE-LESS™ Card Qty _____
881 Expansion Card
Qty _____
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
130mA
30mA
5mA
1.6mA
4mA
.1mA
12mA
15mA
15mA
15mA
15mA
Alarm Current
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
130mA
30mA
5mA
*2mA
30mA
.1mA
50mA
15mA
15mA
15mA
15mA
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
Qty _____
Qty _____
Qty _____
Qty _____
x
x
x
x
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
Bell Output 1000mA max. ______
670, 770, 771 Keypads
Annunciator (ON)
Active Loops
Qty _____ x
125mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
125mA ______
20mA ______
*2mA ______
Qty _____ x
714 Loop Expander
Qty _____ x
Active Loops (EOL installed) Qty _____ x
7mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
7mA ______
*2mA ______
715 Loop Expander
Qty _____ x
Active Loops (EOL installed) Qty _____ x
2-Wire Smokes
Qty _____ x
7mA ______
4mA ______
.1mA ______
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
7mA ______
30mA ______
.1mA ______
716 Output Expander
Active Form C Relays
7mA ______
Qty _____ x
Qty _____ x
7mA ______
28mA ______
Qty _____ x
Aux. Powered Devices on Terminals 7
(Other than 670, 770, 771, 714, 715, 716)
Total Standby
______ mA
______ mA
______ mA
Total Alarm ______ mA
* Based on 10% of active loops in alarm condition
Total Standby ______ mA x number of standby hours needed ______ = ______ mA/hours
Total Alarm + ______ mA/hours
Total ______ mA/hours
x _.001_____
= ______ Ampere/Hours Required
Transformer required: Whenever there are three or
four batteries being charged by the 1912XR panel, you
must install the DMP Model 322 Transformer.
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7.7
Battery supervision
The 1912XR tests the battery once every hour when AC power is present. The test is done at 15 minutes
past the hour and lasts for five seconds. A load is placed on the battery and if its voltage falls below
11.9 VDC, a low battery is detected. If AC power has failed, a low battery is detected any time the battery
voltage falls below 11.9 VDC.
If a low battery is detected with AC power present, the test is repeated every two minutes until the battery
charges above 12.6 VDC; the battery restored voltage. If a faulty battery is replaced with a fully charged
battery, the restored battery will not be detected until the next two minute test is done.
7.8
Battery cutoff
The panel disconnects the battery any time the voltage of the battery drops below 10.2 VDC. This prevents
deep discharge damage to the battery.
Bell Output
8.1
Terminals 5 and 6
Nominal 12 VDC is supplied by terminal 5 on the panel to power alarm bells or horns. The output is rated
for a maximum output of 1 Amp. This output can be steady or pulsed depending upon the Bell Action
specified in Output Options. Terminal 6 is the ground reference for the bell circuit.
Keypad Data Bus
9.1
Description
Terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10 of the 1912XR panel are designated as the keypad data bus. You can connect
any combination of Security Command keypads and loop expanders up to the maximum of eight devices.
9.2
Terminal 7 - RED
This is a positive 12 VDC for powering Security Command keypads and loop expanders on the keypad
data bus. This is also where power for any auxiliary device is supplied. The ground reference for terminal 7
is terminal 10. The maximum output is rated at 600mA when using a 40VA transformer. The output current
is shared with the smoke detector output on terminal 11 and Loop 5. The auxiliary output power can also
be internally connected to the common terminal of relay output 1 by installing the J15 jumper. All auxiliary
devices totalled together must not exceed the panel's maximum current rating.
Terminals 7 also provides power for devices used on 862N, 862P, 872, and 881 expansion cards.
9.3
Terminal 8 - YELLOW
Data receive from keypads and loop expanders. It cannot be used for any other purpose.
9.4
Terminal 9 - GREEN
Data transmit to keypads and loop expanders. It cannot be used for any other purpose.
9.5
Terminal 10 - BLACK
Terminal 10 is the ground reference for Security Command keypads, loop expanders, and any auxiliary
devices being powered by terminals 7 or 11.
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
10.1 Terminal 11
This is a positive 12 VDC for powering 4-wire smoke detectors or other powered devices. This output can
be turned off by the user for 5 seconds using the Sensor Reset Menu Option to reset latched devices.
Terminal 10 is the ground reference for terminal 11.
10.2 Current rating
The Output current from terminal 11 is shared with terminal 7 and terminal 12. The total current draw of all
devices powered from the panel must be included with terminal 7 calculations and must not exceed the
maximum output rating of 600mA.
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Powered Loop for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1 Terminals 12 and 13
A resettable 2-wire Class B powered loop is provided on terminals 12 (positive) and 13 (negative) of the
panel. For programming purposes the loop number is 5. The loop uses a Model 309, 3.3K Ω EOL resistor
provided with the panel and has an operating range of 8.8 to 14.2 VDC. The UL compatibility identifier is:
A. The following detectors are compatible with the 1912XR and 715 Loop Expander powered loops:
Mfg
Model
Detector
I D
Base
Base
I D
SS
SS
SS
SS
SS
SS
SS
SS
DS
DS
ESL
ESL
ESL
HOC
1151
2151
1400
1451
1451DH
2400, 2400TH
2451, 2451TH
2451
DS200/DS200HD
DS250/DS250TH
422C/422CT
429C/429CT
422CRT/422CST
SLK-12
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
S10P
S09A
S11A
HD-4
B110LP or B116LP
B110LP or B116LP
–
B401 or B401B
DH400
–
B401 or B401B
DH400
MB200-2W
MB2W/MB2WL
–
–
–
HSB - 12 - 1
–
–
–
A
A
–
A
A
A
A
–
–
–
HB-80
# of
Detector
s
10
10
12
10
10
10
10
10
15
10
25
12
12
18
RA-400 MAY BE USED ON ALL BRK DETECTORS
USE 330 OHM RESISTOR IN MB200-2W BASE
DIFFERENT DETECTOR MODELS MAY NOT BE MIXED
Figure 6: Compatible 2-wire smoke detectors
Protection Loops
12.1 Description
Terminals 14 to 19 are the four burglary loops. For programming purposes, the loop numbers are 1 to 4.
Terminals 14 to 19 provide connection as described below.
Terminal
Function
14
Loop 1 voltage sensing
15
Ground for Loops 1 & 2
16
Loop 2 voltage sensing
17
Loop 3 voltage sensing
18
Ground for Loops 3 & 4
19
Loop 4 voltage sensing
The voltage sensing terminal measures the voltage flowing through a 1k Ω End Of Line resistor to ground.
1K
NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTS
1K
1K
NORMALLY OPEN CONTACTS
COMBINATION: NORMALLY OPEN AND
NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTS
Figure 7: Protection loop contact wiring
Dry contact sensing devices can be used in series (normally-closed) or in parallel (normally-open) with any
of the burglary protection loops.
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12.2 Operational parameters
Each burglary protection loop detects three conditions: open, normal, and short.
The parameters for each are listed below:
Condition
Resistance on loop
Voltage on right terminal
Open
over 1300 ohms
over 2.0 VDC
Normal
600 to 1300 ohms
1.2 to 2.0 VDC
Short
under 600 ohms
under 1.2 VDC
12.3 Loop response time
A condition must be present on a loop for 500 milliseconds (1/2 second) before it's detected by the 1912XR
panel. Make sure any detection devices you use on the protection loops are rated for use with this delay.
Loops can also be programmed for a Fast Response delay of 160 milliseconds.
12.4 Keyswitch arming loop (maintained)
Programming a loop as an Arming Type, allows selected areas to arm when the loop is placed into a short
condition. The selected areas disarm when the loop is placed into a normal (1K Ω EOL) condition. If placed
into an open condition from a normal (disarmed ) condition, a trouble is reported. If placed into an open
condition from a short (armed) condition, an alarm is reported and the loop is disabled until another
disarming occurs within the system. The areas controlled by the loop and the relay outputs that indicate
their armed or disarmed status are selected in the panel's Programmer.
Dry Contact Relay Outputs
13.1 Description
Two Form C (SPDT) relay outputs can be provided on the 1912XR by installing two DMP Model 305 relays
into the sockets labeled K9 (Output 1) and K5 (Output 2). Both relays can be operated by the functions
listed below:
1) Activation by loop condition
Steady
Pulsing
Momentary
Follow
2) Activation by 24 hour 7 day schedule
One on and one off time a day for each relay
3) Manually from the Security Command keypad User Menu
4) Communication failure output
5) Armed area annunciation
6) Fire Alarm or Fire Trouble
7) Other system conditions. See the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
13.2 Contact rating
The DMP 1912XR relay contacts are rated for 1 Amp at 30 VDC or 0.5 Amp at 120 VAC. The auxiliary
output power from terminal 7 can be internally connected to the common terminal of Relay Output 1 by
installing the J15 jumper across both pins.
13.3 Harness wiring
The relay contacts are accessible by installing the DMP 304 Harness on the 10-pin header labeled J2. The
contact locations are shown below:
Contact
Output 1 normally closed
Output 1 common
Output 1 normally open
Output 2 normally closed
Output 2 common
Output 2 normally open
Color
Violet
Gray
Orange
Violet
Gray
Orange
Wire
10
9
8
7
6
5
The relay contacts must be connected to devices located within the same room as the 1912XR panel.
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12 VDC Outputs 3 to 6
14.1 Description
Four 12 VDC, 50mA voltage outputs are provided on the panel's J2 Output Harness to power external relay
coils or other low power indicators. The voltage outputs can be operated by all of the same functions as
Relay Outputs 1 and 2.
When connecting any devices to outputs 3 to 6, subtract the current draw of the device from the panel's
available auxiliary power.
14.2 Harness wiring
To use the voltage outputs on the panel, install a DMP 304 Harness (available separately) onto the 10-pin
header labeled J2. The wire harness descriptions are shown below:
Output
3
4
5
6
Color
White/Brown
White/Red
White/Orange
White/Yellow
Harness Wire
4
3
2
1
Devices connected to the outputs must be located within the same room as the 1912XR panel.
Telephone RJ Connector
15.1 Description
Connect the panel to the public telephone network by installing a DMP 356 RJ Cable between the panel's
J3 connector and the RJ31X or RJ38X phone jack. Set the 3-pin headers labeled J11 and J12 on the
1912XR to DD for dialer or DDMX operation or MPX for multiplex operation.
To Premises Phone
Ring 1
Tip 1
8
1
RJ31X or RJ38X
phone jack
2
7
3
6
4
Place a jumper across
terminals 2 and 7 to provide
phone jack supervision. Loss
of the jumper shows as a
phone trouble on the
Security Command keypad
display.
5
Ring
Tip
To TELCO Line
Figure 8: Phone jack wiring
15.2 FCC registration
The Model 1912XR complies with FCC part 68 and is registered with the FCC. Registration number:
CCKUSA-18660-AL-R Ringer Equivalence: 1.3B
15.3 Notification
Registered terminal equipment must not be repaired by the user. In case of trouble, the device must be
immediately unplugged from the telephone jack. The factory warranty provides for repairs. Registered
terminal equipment may not be used on party lines or in connection with coin telephones. Notification must
be given to the telephone company of:
a. The particular line(s) the service is connected to
b. The FCC registration number
c. The ringer equivalence
d. The make, model, and serial number of the device
15.4 Ground start
For ground start operation, install the DMP 305 Relay into socket K2.
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Reset Jumper J16
16.1 Description
The reset jumper is located just above the terminal strip in the center of the circuit board and is used to
reset the microprocessor of the 1912XR. To reset the panel when first installing the system, install the reset
jumper before applying power to the panel. After connecting the AC and battery, remove the reset jumper.
To reset the panel while the system is operational (for example, prior to reprogramming), install the reset
jumper without powering down the system. Remove the reset jumper after two seconds.
After resetting the panel for programming, you must begin within 30 minutes. If you wait longer than 30
minutes, you'll have to reset the panel again.
Command Processor Reset
Battery Only Restart
J16
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5
BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11
SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
Cold Water Pipe
Earth Ground
1k Ω
1k Ω
1k Ω
1k Ω
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
Place the reset jumper over
both J16 pins for two seconds
to reset the panel.
Figure 9: 1912XR panel showing reset
16.2 Tamper connector J4
Jumper J4 is used for connecting the DMP 306 tamper kit when required for multiplex or Grade A
operation.
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UNIVERSAL UL BURGLARY SPECIFICATIONS
17.1 Introduction
The programming and installation specifications contained in this section must be completed when
installing the 1912XR panel in accordance with any of the UL burglary standards. Additional specifications
may be required by a particular standard.
17.2 Wiring
All wiring must be in accordance with NEC, ANSI/NFPA 70, UL 681, and UL 611 for all burglary
installations.
17.3 Control outside of protected area
A Potter EVD or Sentrol 5402 should be used in place of a lined cabinet when the panel is installed
outside of the protected area.
17.4 Police station phone numbers
The digital dialer telephone number programmed for communication must not be a police station phone
number, unless that phone number is specifically provided for that purpose.
17.5 Bypass reports
The bypass reports option must be programmed as YES for all UL burglary applications. See section 6.3 of
the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
17.6 System maintenance
Proper installation and regular maintenance by the installing alarm company and frequent testing by the
end user is essential to ensure continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system. Offering a
maintenance program and acquainting the user with the correct procedure for use and testing of the
system is also the responsibility of the installing alarm company.
17.7 Partitions
The partition option may only be used for UL burglary applications when all partitions are used for one
subscriber. See section 4.2 and 11.2 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171). The panel must be
tamper protected and Sentrol Model 5402 or Potter EVD listed vibration detectors should be used.
17.8 Cross zoning
Loops used for cross zoning must be installed to allow detection of the same event. For example, two
motion detectors in the same hallway.
UL 1023 SPECIFICATIONS
Household Burglar-Alarm System Units
18.1 Bell cutoff
The bell cutoff time cannot be less than five minutes. See section 8.2 of the 1912XR Programming Manual
(LT-0171).
18.2 Entry delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 45 seconds. See section 7.3 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
18.3 Exit delay
The maximum exit delay used must not be more than 60 seconds. See section 11.4 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
18.4 Weekly test
The product should be tested weekly.
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UL 1610 and 1076 SPECIFICATIONS
Central-Station and Proprietary Burglar-Alarm Units
19.1 Multiplex network capacity
The total number of panels assigned to a standard MPX or DNET receiving line of the SCS-1 Receiver
System must not exceed 90. This may be increased to 180 by setting the SNRM option to NO in the SCS-1
Receiver system. This is to allow any signal from a 1912XR Command Processor to be transmitted to the
receiver within 90 seconds. This allows Grade AA Multiplex service.
19.2 Opening/Closing reports
The Opening/Closing Reports option must be programmed as YES. See section 11.6 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
19.3 Closing wait
The Closing Wait option must be programmed as YES. See section 7.2 of the 1912XR Programming
Manual (LT-0171).
19.4 Proprietary dialer
The Model 1912XR provides Grade A proprietary service when configured as a digital dialer.
19.5 DDMX operation
When DDMX communication is used, Grade B Central Station service is provided. See section 20.7 below
and section 3.2 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
19.6 AA Network Communication
When HST communication is used, a dialer line must also be used along with the Model 893 Dual Phone
Line Module to supervise the dialer line. The HST Checkin time must be set from 01 to 06 minutes or AA.
This provides AA Central Station Service. See sections 3.2, 3.2.1, and 3.3 of the 1912XR Programming
Manual (LT-0171).
UL 1635 SPECIFICATIONS
Digital Burglar Alarm Communicator System Units
20.1 System trouble display
The Status List Display must include at least one keypad that displays system monitor troubles. See
section 10.1 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
20.2 Digital Dialer telephone number
Both programmed telephone numbers must begin with a D or P. See sections 3.17 and 3.18 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
20.3 Entry delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 60 seconds. See section 7.3 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
20.4 Exit delay
The maximum exit delay used must not be more than 60 seconds. See section 11.4 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
20.5 Test time
The Test Time option must be programmed so that the 1912XR sends a report once every 24 hours. See
sections 3.8 to 3.10 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
20.6 Closing wait
The Closing Wait option must be programmed as YES. See section 7.2 of the 1912XR Programming
Manual (LT-0171).
20.7 Grade B Central Station
Grade B Central Station service can be provided under UL 1635 by adding a Grade A local audible signal
appliance and placing the Model 1912XR panel into the Model 349A Grade A Attack Resistant Housing.
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UL 365 and 609 SPECIFICATIONS
Police Station Connected and Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
21.1 System trouble display
The Status List Display must include at least one keypad that displays system monitor troubles. See
section 10.3 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
21.2 Entry delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 60 seconds when using the Model 349A Grade A
housing. See section 7.3 of the 1912XR Programing Manual (LT-0171).
21.3 Grade A bell
A Grade A local audible signal appliance must be used.
21.4 Bell cutoff
The bell cutoff time cannot be less than 15 minutes. See section 8.2 of the 1912XR Programming Manual
(LT-0171).
21.5 Automatic bell test
The Automatic Bell Test option must be programmed as YES. See section 8.3 of the 1912XR Programming
Manual (LT-0171).
21.6 Grade A Mercantile
For Grade A Mercantile and Police Station Connect operation the Model 1912XR must be mounted in a
Grade A attack resistant housing, (DMP Model 349A).
21.7 Mercantile Safe and Vault
When the DMP Model 349A housing is used, the 1912XR provides operation as a mercantile safe and
vault alarm. Bell Supervision and wiring must be in accordance with UL 681. If the Model 1912XR is
mounted outside the safe or vault, tamper protection and the Sentrol Model 5402 or Potter EVD listed
vibration detectors should be used.
21.8 Basic Line security for Police Connect
Basic line security is provided when the Model 1912XR is configured as a dialer system.
21.9 Transformer
A 40VA transformer must be used. Use the DMP Model 320 or 321.
21.10 Bank Safe and Vault
The Bank Safe and Vault function has not been investigated by Underwriters Laboratories. See section
11.19 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
21.11 High Line Security
High line security is provided when configured as a MPX, DNET, or HST system. When HST
communication is used, a dialer line must also be used along with the Model 893 Dual Phone Line Module
to supervise the dialer line. The HST Checkin time must be set from 01 to 06 minutes or AA. See sections
3.2, 3.2.1, and 3.3 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
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UNIVERSAL UL and NFPA FIRE ALARM SPECIFICATIONS
22.1 Introduction
The programming and installation specifications contained in this section must be completed when
installing the Model 1912XR in accordance with any of the UL or NFPA fire standards. Additional
specifications may be required by a particular standard.
22.2 Wiring
All wiring must be in accordance with NEC, ANSI/NFPA 70.
22.3 Transformer
A wire-in transformer should be used. Use the 16.5 VAC Model 320 at 40VA or Model 322 at 100VA.
22.4 End of Line resistor
The DMP Model 310 1K Ω EOL resistor should be used on all 1K Ω EOL fire loops.
22.5 System trouble display
The Status List Display must include at least one keypad that displays system monitor troubles. See
section 10.3 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
22.6 Fire display
The Status List Display must include at least one keypad that displays troubles and alarms on fire type
loops. See section 10.4 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
22.7 Police station phone number
The digital dialer telephone number programmed for communication must not be a police station phone
number, unless that phone number is specifically provided for that purpose.
22.8 System maintenance
Proper installation and regular maintenance by the installing alarm company and frequent testing by the
end user is essential to ensure continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system. Offering a
maintenance program and acquainting the user with the correct procedure for use and testing of the
system is also the responsibility of the installing alarm company.
22.9 Audible alarm
Fire Type loops should be programmed to activate an audible alarm. The Bell Action for Fire Type loops
should not be programmed as “N”. See section 8.4A in the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
22.10 Fire loop programming
Fire loops must be programmed to activate a trouble on open conditions and an alarm on short conditions.
The swinger bypass function must not be used on any fire loops. If a retard is used on a waterflow loop it
cannot exceed 60 seconds and any retard in the waterflow initiating devices must be subtracted from the
60 seconds allowed. See sections 12.7 and 12.17 in the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171). The
retard delay should not be used on a loop with smoke detectors.
22.11 Model 774 keypad
The fire key in the upper right corner of the 774 keypad is not intended to replace a manual pull station.
22.12 Style D loops
If required, the Radionics D129 Dual Style D Initiating Module provides for connection of two Style D loops
to the Model 1912XR. See section 26.4 and the D129 Installation Instructions for wiring information.
22.13 Video option
The video option must be selected as NO when any fire protection is connected to the 1912XR. See
section 7.9 in the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
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UL 985 NFPA 74 SPECIFICATIONS
Household Fire Warning System Units
23.1 Bell output definition
The bell output of the Model 1912XR must be programmed to operate steady on burglary alarms and pulsed on
fire alarms. See sections 8.4A and 8.4B of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
UL 864 NFPA 71 – 72 (Chapter 9) SPECIFICATIONS
Control Units for Fire-Protective Signaling Systems
24.1 Loop restoral reports
The Restoral Reports option must be selected as YES or DISARM. See section 12.11 in the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
24.2 Power fail delay
The Power Fail Delay option must be selected as 6 hours. See section 7.6 of the 1912XR Programming Manual
(LT-0171).
24.3 Sprinkler supervisory
Any loop used for sprinkler supervisory must be programmed with "SPRINKLRXX" as the loop name. The last
two characters in the loop name may be assigned a number to identify the loop number.
24.4 DACT systems
Two phone lines must be used. The two phone lines cannot be ground start or party lines. The 893 Dual Phone
Line Module is used to provide connection of two phone lines to the system. The backup communication option
must be selected as YES.
Two different phone numbers must be programmed for digital communication. See sections 3.17 and 3.18 of the
1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171). The test time option must be programmed so that the 1912XR sends
a report every 24 hours. See sections 3.8 to 3.10 of the 1912XR Programming Manual.
Additionally, you can use the 862N Network Interface Card and the HST (Host) Communication type for ancillary
communication over digital data networks.
24.5 Type 2 and Type 3 Central Station Service
Type 2 and Type 3 Central Station service can be provided by using multiplex communication to the DMP SCS1 Receiver system. The 1912XR should be set to MPX communication. See section 15.1 of this manual and
section 3.2 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
24.6 Type 1 Central Station Service
Type 1 Central Station service can be provided by using multiplex as the main communication and digital dialer
as backup. The 893 Dual Phone Line Module is used to provide connection of the multiplex and dialer lines. See
section 3.2 of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171). If Type 1 Central Station service is provided, the test
time option must be programmed to send a report every 24 hours. See sections 3.8 to 3.10 of the 1912XR
Programming Manual.
With both Type 1 and Type 2 Central Station service, the total number of control panels assigned to a standard
MPX receiving line of the SCS-1 Receiver System must not exceed 90. This may be increased to 180 by setting
the SNRM option to NO in the SCS-1 Receiver system. This is to allow any signal from a 1912XR to be
transmitted to the receiver within 90 seconds.
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24.7 Keypad 4-wire bus
The keypad and loop expander 4-wire bus must be run entirely in conduit and remain inside the same room
as the panel, unless an external communication fail indicator is added. A 12 VDC relay may be wired as a
communication failed indicator. Connect the positive side of the indicator to one of the voltage outputs and
the negative side to keypad ground (terminal 10) of the 1912XR. See section 14.2.
In addition to the wiring above, the device fail output must be programmed to activate the appropriate
voltage output. See Section 8.5L of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
Voltage Output
from 1912XR
+
Terminal 10 of
the 1912XR
–
Normally Closed
OR
Voltage Output
from 1912XR
Normally Open
Common
Used to indicate Device Failure
+
1k Ω
Terminal 10 of
the 1912XR
–
Device Fail LED
Figure 10: Device fail output configuration
24.8 Local Protective Signaling Systems
The DMP Model 866 Indicating Circuit Module must be used on the bell circuit for detection of shorts and
grounds. See sections 26.1 to 26.3 for wiring diagrams. An alphanumeric keypad must be used for local
systems.
24.9 Proprietary Protective Signaling Systems
The total number of panels assigned to one multiplex receiving line of the DMP SCS-1 Receiver system
must not exceed 90. This may be increased to 180 by setting the SNRM option to NO in the SCS-1
Receiver system. This is to allow any report from a 1912XR to be sent to the receiver within 90 seconds.
24.10 Remote Station Protective Signaling Systems
You must provide 60 hours of standby battery. Up to four 12 VDC, 6.5Ah batteries may be used along with
a 16 VAC, 100VA transformer (DMP Model 322). See section 7.6 for standby battery calculations. Two
Radionics Model D127 Reversing Relay Modules provide two reversing polarity telephone connections.
See section 26.5 and the D127 Installation Instruction sheet for wiring details. A DMP Model 893 must be
used to provide two line dialer communication or Type 1 Multiplex communication.
CALIFORNIA STATE FIRE MARSHAL SPECIFICATIONS
25.1 Bell output definition
The bell output of the Model 1912XR must be programmed to operate steady on burglary alarms and
pulsed on fire alarms. See sections 8.4A and 8.4B of the 1912XR Programming Manual (LT-0171).
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8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1k Ω
DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
24 VDC 5 Amp
Maximum
Indicating Circuit Module
Bell Trouble
Bell Trouble
Bell Output -
Bell Output +
Bell Power Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
AC
2
AC
3
B+
Each 866 Indicating Circuit
Module in alarm draws up to
35mA from its terminal 3 alarm
input.
1
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
Auxiliary power supply must be regulated
UL listed for Fire Protection Signaling
Service.
Power supplies must have battery backup.
NOTE: If an auxiliary supply is not used,
terminals 3 and 4 on the 866 Indicating
Circuit Module can be jumpered together
to supply bell power from the 1912XR panel.
A maximum of 1 Amp at 12 VDC is available
from terminal 5 of the 1912XR.
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
Battery Only Restart
J4
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
15 GND
16
1k Ω 1k Ω
L1
17
18
1k Ω
L3
GND
19
L4
EPROM Socket
The Auxiliary Power Supply and Indicating
Circuit Module trouble contact Loop must
be programmed as a Supervisory Type Loop
and must be selected for display in the
keypad status list.
See section 10.6 in the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
L2
Command Processor Reset
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
11 SMK
J16
Dual Line Expansion
J10
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8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1k Ω
DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
24 VDC 5 Amp
Maximum
Indicating Circuit Module
Bell Trouble
Bell Trouble
Bell Output -
Bell Output +
Bell Power Input
Alarm Input
Ground
1
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
Auxiliary Power
24 VDC 5 Amp
Maximum
Bell Trouble
Bell Trouble
Bell Output -
Bell Output +
Bell Power Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
Indicating Circuit Module
To additional fourteen 866 Indicating Circuit
Modules. Up to a maximum of sixteen 866
modules on the 1912XR panel. All modules
must be installed in a listed enclosure
connected by conduit and located in the
same room.
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
B-
Each 866 Indicating Circuit
Module in alarm draws up to
35mA from its terminal 3 alarm
input.
1
BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
Auxiliary power supply must be regulated
UL listed for Fire Protection Signaling Service.
Power supplies must have battery backup.
5
Battery Only Restart
NOTE: If an auxiliary supply is not used,
terminals 3 and 4 on the 866 Indicating
Circuit Module can be jumpered together
to supply bell power from the 1912XR panel.
A maximum of 1 Amp at 12 VDC is available
from terminal 5 of the 1912XR.
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
J4
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
15 GND
16
1k Ω 1k Ω
L1
17
18
1k Ω
L3
GND
19
L4
EPROM Socket
The Auxiliary Power Supply and Indicating
Circuit Module trouble contact Loop must
be programmed as a Supervisory Type Loop
and must be selected for display in the
keypad status list.
See section 10.6 in the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
L2
Command Processor Reset
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
11 SMK
J16
Dual Line Expansion
J10
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26.3 Multiple Indicating circuit modules for zoned annunciation
Dual Line Expansion
J10
EPROM Socket
You can have up to sixteen 866
Indicating Circuit Modules by using
the relay outputs available on the
1912XR panel.
All modules must be installed within
an approved enclosure connected
by conduit.
Battery Only Restart
K5
Relay Output 2
Model 305 required.
Connects auxiliary
power to common
of Relay Output 1.
K5
Command Processor Reset
J16
To additional Zone 1
Indicating Circuit Modules.
J15
K9
K9
Relay Output 1
Model 305 required.
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11
SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
Zone 2
Output
Zone 1
Output
Zone 1 Indicating Circuit
Module. DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
1k Ω 1k Ω
1k Ω
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
Relay Outputs 1 and 2
combined can provide
up to 600mA at 12 VDC
of panel auxiliary power.
Model 304
Output Harness
Outputs 3 to 6 can
provide up to 50mA
each at 12 VDC. This
is sufficient for one
866 module per
indicating zone 3 to 6.
1
Auxiliary Power
2
Ground
3
Relay 2
N/O
Orange
Relay 2
Common
Gray
Alarm Input
4
Bell Power Input
5
Bell Output +
Relay 1
N/O
Orange
6
Bell Output 7
Bell Trouble
8
Bell Trouble
Common
Indicating Circuit Module
DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
24 VDC 5 Amp
Maximum
1k Ω
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
1
Auxiliary Power
2
Ground
3
Alarm Input
24 VDC 5 Amp
Maximum
4
Bell Power Input
5
Bell Output +
6
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
Bell Output 7
Bell Trouble
8
Bell Trouble
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
Auxiliary power supplies must be
regulated UL listed for Fire Protection
Signaling Service. Power supplies
must have battery backup.
24 VDC 5 Amp
Maximum
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
The Auxiliary Power Supply and Indicating
Circuit Module trouble contact Loop must
be programmed as a Supervisory Type Loop
and must be selected for display in the
keypad status list.
See section 10.6 in the 1912XR
Programming Manual (LT-0171).
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
1
Auxiliary Power
2
Ground
3
Alarm Input
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
4
Bell Power Input
5
Bell Output +
6
Bell Output 7
Bell Trouble
8
NOTE: If an auxiliary supply is
not used, terminals 3 and 4 on the
866 Indicating Circuit Module
can be jumpered together to
supply bell power from the
1912XR panel.
A maximum of 1 Amp at 12 VDC
is available from terminal 5 of
the 1912XR.
Bell Trouble
Zone 2 Indicating Circuit
Module. DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
Each 866 Indicating Circuit
Module in alarm draws up to
35mA from its terminal 3 alarm
input.
To additional Zone 2
indicating circuit modules.
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26.4 Dual Style D Loop module installation
J9
Dual Line Expansion
J10
EPROM Socket
J4
Battery Only Restart
Command Processor Reset
J16
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11 SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
1k Ω
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
1k Ω
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
Style D Loop Module
Radionics D129
Dual Style D Module
(Located internal to
Model 1912XR).
A+
Loop A
A–
A–
A+
ZONE A
COMMON
EARTH GROUND
AUX POWER
ZONE B
B+
Loop B
B–
B–
B+
12 VDC Supply
20mA Standby Current
25mA Alarm Current
Heat detectors, manual pull
stations, or any other UL listed
shorting device.
Unlimited number of units.
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26.5 Remote Station
J9
Dual Line Expansion
J10
EPROM Socket
J4
Battery Only Restart
Direct wire connection to
120 VAC unswitched circuit.
Command Processor Reset
J16
DMP Model 320
16 VAC, 40VA
Transformer.
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5 BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11 SMK
12
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
1k Ω
1k Ω
1k Ω
Fire Alarm Output 3 - White/Brown
Outputs 3 to 6
supply up to
50mA at 12 VDC.
1k Ω
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
Up to 60 hours of battery standby time
can be supplied using three or four
6.5Ah sealed lead acid batteries.
Reversing Relay Module
Radionics Model D127
12 VDC Supply
5mA Standby
55mA Alarm
Note: Output 3 must be
programmed as a Fire
Alarm Output and Output
4 must be programmed
as a Fire Trouble Output.
See Sections 8.5D and
8.5E of the 1912XR
Programming Manual
(LT-0171).
Model 304
Output Harness
Alternate Alarm
+ Signal Voltage In
Four 6.5Ah batteries may be required
based on total current draw of all devices
connected to the panel. See section 7.6.
+ To Remote Receiver
- To Remote Receiver
To Telephone Line
}
- Signal Voltage In
EARTH GROUND
GROUND
GROUND
Intended for connection to a polarity reversal
circuit of a Remote Station receiving unit
having compatible ratings.
Fire Trouble Output 4 - White/Red
Combo Alarm
Auxiliary Power Input
Alternate Alarm
Combo Alarm
Auxiliary Power Input
+ Signal Voltage In
+ To Remote Receiver
- To Remote Receiver
To connect four batteries to the 1912XR
Command Processor panel, use three
Model 318 Battery Harnesses.
To Telephone Line
}
- Signal Voltage In
EARTH GROUND
GROUND
GROUND
Reversing Relay Module
Radionics Model D127
12 VDC Supply
5mA Standby
55mA Alarm
Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
All modules must be installed
in a listed enclosure connected
by conduit and located in the
same room as the panel.
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7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1k Ω
10k Ω EOL
Resistor
DMP Model 308
Remote DPDT
Relay
Indicating Circuit Module
DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
Bell Trouble
Bell Trouble
Bell Output -
Bell Output +
Bell Power Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
supervised
Silence switch
Normally Closed
contacts will
open on alarm.
1
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
5
The 866 module must be installed in
the panel enclosure or in an approved
enclosure connected by conduit.
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11 SMK
L5+
13
L5-
14
L1
16
1k Ω
15 GND
1k Ω
3.3k Ω Resistor
DMP Model 309
12
L2
17
18
1k Ω
L3
GND
19
L4
Model 304
Output Harness
Relay #1
N/O
Orange
K9
K5
The loop connected to the Bell Trouble contacts on the 866
Indicating Circuit Module must be programmed as a Supervisory
Type Loop and selected for display in the keypad status list.
BELL
J15 Jumper connects the panel's
auxiliary power to the common
wire of relay output #1.
Insert a Model 305 Plug-in Relay into
the K9 socket to enable output #1.
1912XR Command Processor Panel
Wiring between the 866 module and the DPDT relay is supervised
against opens, shorts, and grounds. Either of these trouble
conditions cause the 866 module's Bell Trouble contacts to open.
DMP part #DI-0001 Rectifier
(1N4001 diode) in series with
input from Model 866 terminal 6.
Normally Open
contacts will
close on alarm.
DPDT Relay
Use Model ASRB-1 from Advanced Signaling
or Model RBSN-TTL from Altronix.
30mA coil operating current at 12 VDC.
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Note 1
Note 1
Note 1: Use EOL Termination Assembly
P/N 21024-0001 (2.2k 1/2 W Resistor).
Use EOL Termination
Assembly P/N 21024-0003
(590 Ω 1/2 W Resistor).
1 2 3 4 5 6
DCX Systems
STU-2Z
AC
2
AC
3
B+
4
B-
Orange - Relay #2 Normally Open
Gray - Relay #2 Common
Orange - Relay #1 Normally Open
Gray - Relay #1 Common
Supervisory Loop Input - Zone +
Panel Common - Terminal 10
Panel Auxiliary Power - Terminal 7
1
5 BELL
6
GND
Battery Only Restart
7
RED
8
YEL
9
GRN
10 BLK
11 SMK
12
L5+
13
893 Dual Phone
Line Module
L5-
L1
15 GND
16
L2
17
L3
18
GND
19
L4
Model 304
Output Harness.
14
1912XR Command Processor™ Panel
RJ31X Telco Jack
CELLULAR
DATA
INTERFACE
The Secure-Com™ Cellular
System must be connected
to a separate power supply.
CELLULAR
TRANSCEIVER
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
CELLULAR
ANTENNA
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Troubleshooting Section
27.1 Description
This section of the 1912XR Installation Guide provides troubleshooting information for use when installing
or servicing a 1912XR system.
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
J16 reset jumper is installed.
Remove the J16 reset jumper.
Open or short on the green data
wire to the keypad.
Check for broken or shorted wires
between the keypad and panel.
Bad keypad or loop expander.
Replace with a new or repaired
keypad or loop expander.
Keypad display is not functional.
When a key is pressed, only a
short beep is emitted.
Open or short condition on the
yellow data wire.
Check for broken or shorted
wires.
Bad keypad or loop expander.
Replace with a new or repaired
keypad or loop expander.
Loop Expander loops show
open at the keypad.
Open condition on the data wires.
Panel powered down or a
power supply connected to
the loop expander is
powered down.
Check for broken wires.
Security Command keypads
display " SERVICE REQUIRED"
The Data LED on a loop
expander does not flicker.
Bad loop expander.
Apply AC power to the panel or
loop expander.
Replace with a new or repaired
loop expander.
Use the Setup LPX function.
Loops are not programmed.
Bell or siren connected to the
panel rings continuously.
The capacitor on the panel's
output is not discharging.
Install a 1k Ω resistor across the
bell output at the panel.
Keypad beeps when keys are
pressed but won't allow the user
to arm or enter the User Menu.
Two or more keypads are
assigned to the same address.
Set each keypad to a different
address to match the Device
Setup programming.
Keypad displays "CLOSING
TIME!" or "area name - LATE"
and buzzes every hour.
Closing Check in the programming
is set to YES and there are no
schedules programmed.
Turn Closing Check to NO or
enter schedule times through the
keypad User Menu.
Panel won't dial.
Transmission jumpers missing or
on wrong pins.
Set both jumpers on DD pins.
Transmission type programmed as
NONE.
Program correct transmission
type.
Receiver reports programmed NO.
Program one or more receiver
reports as YES.
No jumper installed on phone jack
terminals 2 and 7.
Install a jumper across terminals 2
and 7 on the phone jack.
Keypad displays PHONE LINE
1 TROUBLE.
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Problem
Possible Cause
Loops on an expansion card
data bus will not set.
LPX Setup shows overlapped,
misssing, or extra loops.
Thermal circuit breaker on
panel pops on and off.
Solution
Too much line noise.
Move wires away from RF sources.
Too long of a wire run to devices.
Relocate panel closer to devices.
Too small a wire size or
insufficient auxiliary power.
Replace with a larger wire size or
add an auxiliary power supply.
Loop expanders are incorrectly
addressed.
Correct the address settings to
match the panel's programming.
There are unused loops on one or
more expanders.
Leave as is or assign loops to an
area.
Too much current draw from
terminals 7, 11, the output relays,
and/or the data bus of an
expansion card.
Reduce current draw to below the
600mA allowable.
Install a UL listed power supply
123
2841 E. Industrial Drive Springfield, MO 65802-6310 800-641-4282
MODEL 1912XR
COMMAND PROCESSOR
BURGLARY/FIRE
CONTROL PANEL/COMMUNICATOR
INSTALLATION GUIDE
123
2841 E. Industrial Drive
Springfield, MO 65802-6310
800-641-4282
LT-0169 (3/96)
MODEL 1912XR
COMMAND PROCESSOR
INSTALLATION GUIDE
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Copyright © 1993-1996 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Panel Specifications
Power supply ........................................................................................ 1.1
Communication .................................................................................... 1.2
Panel loops .......................................................................................... 1.3
Keypad and expanders ........................................................................ 1.4
Output contacts .................................................................................... 1.5
Enclosure specifications ....................................................................... 1.6
Introduction
Description ........................................................................................... 2.1
Expansion loops ................................................................................... 2.2
Partitions and areas ............................................................................. 2.3
Central station communication ............................................................. 2.4
Before you begin .................................................................................. 2.5
About this guide ................................................................................... 2.6
How to use this guide ........................................................................... 2.7
System Components
Description ........................................................................................... 3.1
Wiring diagram ..................................................................................... 3.2
Lightning protection .............................................................................. 3.3
Accessory Devices
Loop and output modules and interface cards ..................................... 4.1
Indicating and initiating modules .......................................................... 4.2
893 Dual Phone Line Module ............................................................... 4.3
Security Command keypads ................................................................ 4.4
Installation
Mounting the enclosure ........................................................................ 5.1
Mounting keypads and loop expanders ............................................... 5.2
Connecting serial devices .................................................................... 5.3
Primary Power Supply
AC terminals 1 and 2 ............................................................................ 6.1
Transformer types ................................................................................ 6.2
Secondary Power Supply
Battery terminals 3 and 4 ..................................................................... 7.1
Earth ground ........................................................................................ 7.2
Battery only restart ............................................................................... 7.3
Replacement period ............................................................................. 7.4
Discharge/recharge .............................................................................. 7.5
1912XR power requirements ............................................................... 7.6
Battery supervision ............................................................................... 7.7
Battery cutoff ........................................................................................ 7.8
Bell Output
Terminals 5 and 6 ................................................................................ 8.1
Keypad Data Bus
Description ........................................................................................... 9.1
Terminal 7 - RED ............................................................................... 9.2
Terminal 8 - YELLOW ........................................................................ 9.3
Terminal 9 - GREEN .......................................................................... 9.4
Terminal 10 - BLACK ........................................................................... 9.5
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
Terminal 11 ........................................................................................ 10.1
Current rating ..................................................................................... 10.2
Powered Loop for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Terminals 12 and 13 .......................................................................... 11.1
Protection Loops
Description ......................................................................................... 12.1
Operational parameters ..................................................................... 12.2
Loop response time ............................................................................ 12.3
Keyswitch arming loop ....................................................................... 12.4
Dry Contact Relay Outputs
Description ......................................................................................... 13.1
Contact rating ..................................................................................... 13.2
Harness wiring ................................................................................... 13.3
12 VDC Voltage Outputs 3 to 6
Description ......................................................................................... 14.1
Harness wiring ................................................................................... 14.2
Telephone RJ Connector
Description ......................................................................................... 15.1
FCC registration ................................................................................. 15.2
Notification ......................................................................................... 15.3
Ground start ....................................................................................... 15.4
Reset Jumper J16
Description ......................................................................................... 16.1
Tamper connector J4 ......................................................................... 16.2
Universal UL Burglary Specifications
Introduction ........................................................................................ 17.1
Wiring ................................................................................................. 17.2
Control outside of protected area ....................................................... 17.3
Police station phone numbers ............................................................ 17.4
Bypass reports ................................................................................... 17.5
System maintenance .......................................................................... 17.6
Partitions ............................................................................................ 17.7
Cross Zoning ...................................................................................... 17.8
UL 1023 Specifications
Bell cutoff ........................................................................................... 18.1
Entry delay ......................................................................................... 18.2
Exit delay ............................................................................................ 18.3
Weekly test ......................................................................................... 18.4
UL 1610 and 1076 Specifications
Multiplex network capacity ................................................................. 19.1
Opening/Closing reports .................................................................... 19.2
Closing wait ........................................................................................ 19.3
Proprietary dialer ................................................................................ 19.4
DDMX operation ................................................................................. 19.5
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
UL 1635 Specifications
System trouble display ....................................................................... 20.1
Digital dialer telephone number ......................................................... 20.2
Entry delay ......................................................................................... 20.3
Exit delay ............................................................................................ 20.4
Test time ............................................................................................ 20.5
Closing wait ........................................................................................ 20.6
Grade B Central Station ..................................................................... 20.7
UL 365 and 609 Specifications
System trouble display ....................................................................... 21.1
Entry delay ......................................................................................... 21.2
Grade A bell ....................................................................................... 21.3
Bell cutoff ........................................................................................... 21.4
Automatic bell test .............................................................................. 21.5
Grade A Mercantile ............................................................................ 21.6
Mercantile Safe and Vault .................................................................. 21.7
Line security for Police Connect ......................................................... 21.8
Transformer ........................................................................................ 21.9
Bank Safe and Vault .......................................................................... 21.10
Universal UL and NFPA Fire Alarm Specifications
Introduction ........................................................................................ 22.1
Wiring ................................................................................................. 22.2
Transformer ........................................................................................ 22.3
End of Line resistor ............................................................................ 22.4
System trouble display ....................................................................... 22.5
Fire display ......................................................................................... 22.6
Police station phone number .............................................................. 22.7
System maintenance .......................................................................... 22.8
Audible alarm ..................................................................................... 22.9
Fire loop programming ....................................................................... 22.10
Model 774 keypad .............................................................................. 22.11
Style D loops ...................................................................................... 22.12
UL 985 NFPA 74 Specifications
Bell output definition ........................................................................... 23.1
UL 864 NFPA 71 - 72 (Chapter 9) Specifications
Loop restoral reports .......................................................................... 24.1
Power fail delay .................................................................................. 24.2
Sprinkler supervisory .......................................................................... 24.3
DACT systems ................................................................................... 24.4
Type 2 and Type 3 Central Station Service ....................................... 24.5
Type 1 Central Station Service .......................................................... 24.6
Keypad 4-wire bus ............................................................................. 24.7
Local Protective Signaling Systems ................................................... 24.8
Proprietary Protective Signaling Systems .......................................... 24.9
Remote Station Protective Signaling Systems ................................... 24.10
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
California State Fire Marshal Specifications
Bell output definition ........................................................................... 25.1
Wiring Diagrams
Indicating circuit module installation ................................................... 26.1
Multiple indicating circuit modules ...................................................... 26.2
Multiple indicating circuit modules for zoned annunciation ................ 26.3
Dual Style D Loop Module installation ............................................... 26.4
Remote Station .................................................................................. 26.5
Supervised Remote Relay ................................................................. 26.6
Cellular backup installation ................................................................ 26.7
Troubleshooting Section
Description ......................................................................................... 27.1