In Group mode the Supervised Control Module responds to an... referred to as the ‘group address’, which is used to... Group Address Setting

In Group mode the Supervised Control Module responds to an... referred to as the ‘group address’, which is used to... Group Address Setting
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Group Address Setting
In Group mode the Supervised Control Module responds to an additional address
referred to as the ‘group address’, which is used to activate groups of Supervised
Control Modules simultaneously. The module continues to respond to its own
individual address and report its status from that address in the normal way. The
group address is selected by the four-segment DIL switch S2 which is factory-set
to 0000. A group address may be any spare address within – and only within – the
range 112 to 126 inclusive. The required group address is set by moving one or more
of the segments on the switch to ‘1’ (OFF). The following table shows the settings for
the group address switch:
addr
DIL switch
setting
1248
addr
DIL switch
setting
1248
0
ON
1
2
3
4
S2
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
1111
0111
1011
0011
1101
0101
1001
0001
1110
121
122
123
124
125
126
0110
1010
0010
1100
0100
1000
2
4
8
GROUP
ADDRESS
Fig 4. DIL Switch, S2
Functional Test Data
Output Bit
2
1
0
Technical Data
1
1
Function
Input Bit
group address control
2
1 = enable
0 = disable
not used
1
sounder on
1 = on
0 = off
0
Electrical
Voltage
Current Consumption
Function
group address control
confirmation
1 = group address
0 = individual address
indicates wiring class
1 = class b
0 = class a
sounder status
1 = on
0 = off
17–28V dc + 5–9V data pulses
1mA
Sounder circuit
Relay
volt-free
UL derated contact
2A at 30V dc
0.6A at 125V ac
end-of-line supervisory resistance
= 47kW, 0.5W
Analog levels
Fault
Normal
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Compatibility Information
The Alpha Supervised Control Module has been approved by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. For details of compatible control panels, please contact Mircom.
Canada
25 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 5W3
Tel: (905) 660-4655, Fax: (905) 660-4113
USA
60 Industrial Parkway PMB 278, Cheektowaga, New York 14227
Tel Toll Free: (888) 660-4655, Fax Toll Free: (888) 660-4113
Website: www.mircom.com
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Alpha Supervised Control Module
Installation Instructions
General
The Alpha Supervised Control Module, part no MIX-100S, monitors and controls a
circuit of alarm sounders or public address speakers. It is mounted on a plastic fascia
plate for use with a 4” electrical box. The module requires a separate 24V dc supply
to power the sounders or PA system.
In addition to individual Supervised Control Module operation, multiple modules can
be controlled simultaneously as a group.
A red LED flashes in synchronization with the current pulse reply from the device.
When the module switches the sounders or PA system, the LED is illuminated
continuously.
Note: the Alpha Supervised Control Module is not designed for outdoor use unless it is
mounted in a suitable weatherproof enclosure.
Installation
1. Mount the electrical box as required and install all cables for termination.
2.
Turn the fascia plate face down and locate the knock-outs corresponding to the
threaded holes on the electrical box selected (Fig 1). With a small screwdriver
and hammer, knock out these holes from the back of the fascia plate.
3.
Connect the module for Class A or Class B wiring (Fig 2). Bit 8 of the DIL switch
is used to select the class of wiring. All wiring must conform to local codes and
regulations.
Sounder Relay Functionality
The sounder relay is controlled by bit 0 of the communication protocol. Group
activation is achieved by output bit 2. If the supply voltage is removed, the sounder
relay will not change state. When the Supervised Control Module is powered up, the
relay will be in the same state as it was prior to the module being switched off but
the module will respond to output bits 0 and 2 four seconds after power has been
applied. If the module has not been addressed, a relay reset will automatically be
applied.
1
LT-1032
Public Address Speakers
If the Supervised Control Module is to be used to drive speakers, the jumper J1 (Fig
2) should be set as indicated. The external supply should be replaced by an audio
amplifier with a maximum of 70.7 Vrms with wire supervision capability as per NFPA 72.
WIRING CLASS
ON
Notes
1. Any power supply connected to the relay contacts should be independent,
regulated 24V dc and listed for fire protection with battery back-up.
2.
A
0
All circuits are power limited except TB2 (sounder output) and TB3 (Vext I/P). If
these terminals are connected to a non power limited source, remove the lower
portion of the power limited label along the kiss cut. Use only limited energy cable
types FPL, FPLR or FPLP on power limited circuits.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
8
1
B
ADDRESS
Fig 3. DIL Switch, S1
Address Setting
Segments 1-7 of the DIL switch are used to select the address of the module. Each of
the seven segements must be set to ‘0’ (ON) or ‘1’ (OFF) using a small screwdriver or
similar tool. A complete list of address settings is shown below. (The eighth segment of
the switch is used to select Class A or B wiring)
addr
Fig 1. Mounting the Alpha Supervised Control Module
EXTERNAL SUPPLY
Class A wiring
} VEXT +
} VEXT –
A/B+
A+
A–
A/B–
PA/Sounder
Selection
}
}
PA
Operation
PA
SOUNDER
J1
S2
4
8
1
4
2
3
2
8
B
16
32
64
}
}
2
S1
2
L1
1
L2
1
Sounder
Operation
1
A/B+
A+
A–
A/B–
Class B wiring
+ OUT
+ IN
– IN
– OUT
EOL
47kΩ
0.5W
3
4
ON
1
ON
4
5
6
7
8
A
J1
0
J1
ALPHA
SUPERVISED
CONTROL
MODULE
DIL switch
setting
1234567
addr
DIL switch
setting
1234567
DIL switch
setting
1234567
addr
DIL switch
setting
1234567
addr
DIL switch
setting
1234567
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1000000
0100000
1100000
0010000
1010000
0110000
1110000
0001000
1001000
0101000
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1101000
0011000
1011000
0111000
1111000
0000100
1000100
0100100
1100100
0010100
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
1010100
0110100
1110100
0001100
1001100
0101100
1101100
0011100
1011100
0111100
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1111100
0000010
1000010
0100010
1100010
0010010
1010010
0110010
1110010
0001010
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
1001010
0101010
1101010
0011010
1011010
0111010
1111010
0000110
1000110
0100110
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
1100110
0010110
1010110
0110110
1110110
0001110
1001110
0101110
1101110
0011110
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
1011110
0111110
1111110
0000001
1000001
0100001
1100001
0010001
1010001
0110001
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
1110001
0001001
1001001
0101001
1101001
0011001
1011001
0111001
1111001
0000101
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
1000101
0100101
1100101
0010101
1010101
0110101
1110101
0001101
1001101
0101101
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
1101101
0011101
1011101
0111101
1111101
0000011
1000011
0100011
1100011
0010011
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
1010011
0110011
1110011
0001011
1001011
0101011
1101011
0011011
1011011
0111011
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
1111011
0000111
1000111
0100111
1100111
0010111
1010111
0110111
1110111
0001111
121
122
123
124
125
126
1001111
0101111
1101111
0011111
1011111
0111111
LOOP OUT
LINES
LOOP IN
LINES
Fig 2. Wiring Diagram for Alpha Supervised Control Module
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