AL1002ADA220 NAC Power Extender Installation Guide (See Application Guide for additional information)

AL1002ADA220 NAC Power Extender Installation Guide (See Application Guide for additional information)
AL1002ADA220
NAC Power Extender
Installation Guide
(See Application Guide for additional information)
Rev. 071508
AL1002ADA220 - NAC Power Extender
Overview:
The Altronix AL1002ADA220 is an extremely cost effective 10 amp remote power supply/battery charger. It may be connected to any 12 or 24 volt Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). Primary applications include Notification Appliance Circuit
(NAC such as strobes and horns) expansion support to meet ADA requirements. It also provides auxiliary power to support
system accessories. The unit delivers electronically regulated and filtered 24 volt power to Class B, Style W, Y or Class
A, Style Z NAC loop circuits. Additionally, a separate 1.0A auxiliary output for four (4)-wire smoke detectors is available.
The 10 amp max. alarm current can be divided between the four (4) outputs for powering NAC devices. Each output is
rated at 2.5 amp max., and can be independently programmed for Steady, Temporal Code 3 or Strobe Synchronization. All
outputs may be programmed for Input to Output Follower Mode (output will follow input. i.e. March Time Input, March
Time Output). In non-alarm condition independent loop supervision for Class A, Style Z and/or Class B, Style W, Y FACP
NAC circuits is provided. In the event of a loop trouble, the FACP will be notified via the steered input (input 1 or input
2). In addition, there are common trouble output terminals (NC, C, NO) which are used to indicate general loop/system
trouble. A common trouble input is provided for optional NC (normally closed) devices to report trouble to the FACP. Two
(2) FACP signaling outputs can be employed and directed to control supervision and power delivery to any combination
of the four (4) outputs.
Specifications:
Input:
• Nominal 220VAC (working range 198VAC - 256VAC),
50/60 Hz, 2.5 amp.
• Two (2) Class A, Style Z or two (2) Class B,
Style W, Y FACP inputs.
• Two (2) NC dry contact trigger inputs.
Output:
• 24VDC @10 amp max total alarm current.
• 2.5 amp max current per output.
• Separate 1.0 amp auxiliary output.
• Programmable supervised indicating circuit outputs: Four (4) Class B, Style W, Y or Two (2) Class A,
Style Z or One (1) Class A, Style Z and Two (2) Class B,
Style W, Y (see Application Guide).
• Thermal and short circuit protection with auto reset.
Battery Backup:
• Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or gel type batteries.
• Automatic switchover to stand-by battery when
AC Fails.
• Zero voltage drop when switching over to
battery backup.
Supervision:
• AC fail supervision (form “C” contact, 1 amp / 28VDC).
Factory set for 30 seconds with optional 2.5 to 3 hour delay setting (field selectable).
• Instant local AC trouble reporting relay
(form “C” contact, 1 amp / 28VDC).
• Battery presence and low battery supervision
(form “C” contact, 1 amp / 28VDC).
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Visual Indicators:
• Input and output status LED indicators.
Special Features:
• 2-wire horn/strobe Sync mode allows audible
notification appliances (horns) to be silenced
while visual notification appliances (strobes)
continue to operate.
• Sync protocols include Potter/Amseco, Faraday, Gentex®, System Sensor®, and CooperWheelock®.
• Temporal Code 3, Steady Mode, Input to Output Follower Mode (maintains synchronization of
notification appliances circuit).
• Compatible with 12VDC or 24VDC fire panels. • Output loop supervision steered to input 1 or input 2.
• Signal circuit trouble memory (helps identify
intermittent loop problems).
• Common trouble input and output.
• Ground fault detection.
• Unit includes power supply, red enclosure, cam lock, and battery leads.
Enclosure Dimensions:
15.5” x 12” x 4.5” (393.7mm x 304.8mm x 114.3mm).
AL1002ADA220
Power Supply Specifications:
AC Input:
Nominal 220VAC (working range 198VAC - 256VAC), 50/60Hz, 2.5 amp.
Output:
Four (4) regulated supervised NAC output circuits, 24VDC, 2.5 amp maximum current.
One (1) aux. special application 24VDC power output circuit 1 amp, non-supervised total
output current must not exceed current 10 amp in Alarm Condition.
Battery:
Use two (2) 12VDC / 12AH or two (2) 12VDC / 7AH
batteries connected in series.
Stand-by/Alarm Current
Consumption:
90mA/175mA
EOL Resistor (end of line): 2.2K (2200 ohm), Altronix Model # AL-EOL22 (included).
Ground fault maximum
1000 ohm.
test impedance:
Stand-by Specifications:
Stand-by Batteries­­
Stand-by Time Total Amp/Minutes Alarm Output Current Aux. Output
24VDC/7AH
24 Hours
10 amp/5 minutes
---
24VDC/12AH
(use two (2) 12VDC batteries in series)
24 Hours
10 amp/5 minutes
50mA
24VDC/36AH
24 Hours
10 amp/5 minutes
1 amp
Note: Unit is equipped with 1 amp max. auxiliary output: “AUX” will remain battery backed up during power
outage. For loads connected to “AUX” please refer to battery “Stand-by Specifications” above for ratings. When
loads are connected to “AUX” output during alarm condition, the remaining outputs may not exceed 10 amp total
alarm current (example: AUX = 1 amp, outputs up to 9 amp).
Installation Instructions:
ground
Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code/NFPA 70/NFPA
72/ANSI, and with all local codes and authorities having jurisdiction.
Product is intended for indoor use only.
Carefully review:
L
N
line
Application Guide for AL602ADA220, AL802ADA220, AL1002ADA220
neutral
Power Supply Specifications
(pg. 3)
Stand-by Specifications
(pg. 3)
Output Programming Selection Table
(pg. 4)
Fig. 1
Sync Mode Selection Table
(pg. 4)
Terminal Identification Table
(pgs. 5-6)
LED Status Indication Table
(pg. 6)
1.­Mount unit in the desired location. Mark and predrill holes in the wall to line up with the top two keyholes
in the enclosure. Install two upper fasteners and screws in the wall with the screw heads protruding. Place the
enclosure’s upper keyholes over the two upper screws; level and secure. Mark the position of the lower two holes. Remove the enclosure. Drill the lower holes and install two fasteners. Place the enclosure’s upper keyholes over the two upper screws. Install the two lower screws and make sure to tighten all screws (Enclosure Dimensions, pg. 12).
Secure enclosure to earth ground (Fig. 1, pg. 3).
2.Connect green lead to earth ground (Fig 1). Connect the line (L) and neutral (N) terminals to a separate unswitched AC circuit (220VAC, 60Hz) dedicated to the Fire Alarm System. 3. Measure output voltage before connecting devices. This helps avoiding potential damage.
4. Connect battery to the terminals marked [+ BAT -- ] on the Power Supply Board (battery leads included).
Use two (2) 12VDC batteries connected in series.
5. Set output selection switches marked [OUT1 through OUT4] to follow corresponding input [IN1 & IN2] and
desired output signal type (Output Programming Selection Table, pg. 4).
6. Connect FACP output to the desired AL800LGK logic board inputs, and notification appliances to the desired AL800LGK logic board outputs (see Application Guide).
Note: The 2-wire horn/strobe sync mode will only synchronize horns, horn/strobes, strobes with
synchronization capability.
7. For connection of smoke detectors, digital dialer see Optional Hookup Diagram, pg. 7.
AL1002ADA220
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• For all Class B, Style W, Y, hookups SW1 & SW2 on the AL800LGK logic board must be open.
For all Class A, Style Z hookups SW1 & SW2 on the AL800LGK logic board must be closed.
Output Programming Selection Table:
Outputs must be programmed independently (OUT1 - OUT4)
Switch Positions
Function
Descriptions
ON
OFF
Input to Output Follower Mode
1
2, 3
Output follows signal it receives from the corresponding input
(i.e. FACP Sync module - maintains synchronization of
notification appliance circuit).
Temporal Code 3 Mode
3
1, 2
Enables Temporal Code 3 signal generation output.
This mode will accept a steady or a pulsing input.
Steady Mode
1, 2, 3
A steady output signal will be generated.
This mode will accept steady or pulsing input.
(AL800LGK Board)
Output Dip Switches
3
Function
Amseco Sync
Mode*
Faraday
Sync Mode*
Gentex®
Sync Mode*
Gentex is a registered trademark of
Gentex Corporation.
System
Sync Mode*
CooperWheelock®
Sync Mode*
CooperWheelock is a
registered trademark of
CooperWheelock.
INPUT SELECT
TEMPORAL
STROBE SYNC
IN>OUT SYNC
Switch Positions
Descriptions
ON
OFF
This mode is designed to work with the Amseco series of horns, strobes, and
1, 3,
horn/strobes to provide a means of synchronizing the Temporal-coded horns,
2
synchronizing the flash timing of the strobe, and silencing the horns of the horn/
4
strobe combination over a two-wire circuit while leaving strobes active.
2, 4
1, 3
This mode is designed to work with the Faraday series of horns, strobes, and
horn/strobes to provide a means of synchronizing the Temporal-coded horns,
synchronizing the flash timing of the strobe, and silencing the horns of the horn/
strobe combination over a two-wire circuit while leaving strobes active.
This mode is designed to work with the Gentex® series of horns, strobes, and
horn/strobes to provide a means of synchronizing the Temporal-coded horns,
synchronizing the flash timing of the strobe, and silencing the horns of the horn/
strobe combination over a two-wire circuit while leaving strobes active.
1, 2,
3, 4
Sensor®
System Sensor is a registered
trademark of Honeywell.
4
Sync Mode Selection Table:
ON
2
For the above modes Dip Switch 4 determines which Input controls
the corresponding output:
Switch 4 in the ON position causes output(s) to be controlled by input 1.
Switch 4 in the OFF position causes output(s) to be controlled by input 2.
1
Class A, Style Z Class B, Style W, Y, SW1 & SW2 Settings:
1, 2, 4
3
2, 3, 4
1
This mode is designed to work with the System Sensor® series of horns, strobes,
and horn/strobes to provide a means of synchronizing the Temporal-coded horns,
synchronizing the one-second flash timing of the strobe, and silencing the horns
of the horn/strobe combination over a two-wire circuit while leaving
strobes active.
This mode is designed to work with the CooperWheelock series of horns, strobes,
and horn/strobes to provide a means of synchronizing the Temporal-coded horns,
synchronizing the one-second flash timing of the strobe, and silencing the horns
of the horn/strobe combination over a two-wire circuit while leaving
strobes active.
*Note: The AL1002ADA220 will only synchronize horns, horn/strobes and strobes that contain synchronization capability.
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AL1002ADA220
Note: It is required to control visual notification appliances (strobes) via input 1 (IN1) and audible notification
appliances (horns) via input 2 (IN2). This allows audible notification appliances (horns) to be silenced while
visual notification appliances (strobes) continue to operate.
Amount of Notification Appliances per unit:
Amseco
Faraday
Gentex®
27 per NAC*
39 per NAC*
32 per NAC*
System Sensor®
CooperWheelock®
32 per NAC*
32 per NAC*
*Not to exceed a maximum of 2.5 amp per NAC
AL800LGK Logic Board
Terminal Identification Table:
Terminal Legend Function/Description
IN1+, IN1IN2+, IN2(Supervised)
These terminals connect to the 12VDC or 24VDC FACP notification appliance circuit outputs. (Class A, Style Z or Class B, Style W, Y) Input trigger voltage is 8-33VDC @ 5mA min. Terminal polarity is shown in alarm condition. During an alarm condition these inputs will cause the selected
outputs chosen to drive notification appliances. The designated outputs are set by output switches
[OUT1 through OUT4] (Output Programming Selection Table, pg. 4). A trouble condition on an output loop will cause the corresponding input to trip the FACP by opening the FACP loop. An alarm
condition will always override trouble to drive notification appliances.
RET1+, RET1RET2+, RET2(Supervised)
For (Class A, Style Z hookups these terminal pairs return to FACP NAC1 and/or NAC2. For Class B, Style W, Y hookups the FACP EOL resistor from the NAC1 and/or NAC2 outputs are
terminated at these terminals.
An open across these inputs, will cause the selected outputs chosen to drive
C “DRY1” NC
notification appliances. The designated outputs are set by output switches [OUT1 through OUT4]
C “DRY2” NC
(Output Programming Selection Table, pg. 4). Note these inputs are unidirectional and will not (Dry input trigger)
report a trouble condition to the FACP.
+ OUT1 Notification appliances are connected to these regulated outputs (see Application Guide pg. 2-4). + OUT2 Each power-limited output will supply 2.5 amp. Total supply current is 10 amp (see note below). + OUT3 Outputs are controlled by designated input 1 [IN1] or input 2 [IN2] (Output Programming Selection
+ OUT4 Table, pg. 4). Maximum­­­ line loss or voltage drop (tested with 2.5V).
(Supervised)
C “FAULT” NC
An open circuit across this pair of terminals will cause [IN1 and IN2] to simultaneously
(Common
signal a trouble condition back to the FACP (Typically used to report AC or BAT Fail).
(form “C” contact 1 amp / 28VDC) (Fig. 2, pg. 7).
trouble input)
NC, C, NO
(Common
trouble input)
These are dry contact trouble outputs that follow any general loop/system trouble conditions.
(Typically used to trigger a digital communicator or other reporting device).
(form “C” contact 1 amp / 28VDC 0.35 Power Factor) (Fig. 2, pg. 7) .
-- AUX+
This separate 1 amp max auxiliary Special Application Power output circuit is typically used to power 4-wire smoke detectors. See attached list of devices (Appendix A, pgs. 10-12).
+ DC -- 24VDC from power supply.
Note: Unit is equipped with 1 amp max. auxiliary output: “AUX” will remain battery backed up during power
outage. For loads connected to “AUX” please refer to battery “Stand-by Specifications” above for ratings. When
loads are connected to “AUX” output during alarm condition, the remaining outputs may not exceed 10 amp total
alarm current (example: AUX = 1 amp, outputs up to 9 amp).
Contact signal manufacturer for more detailed info. The same synchronization mode must be selected for all outputs.
AL1002ADA220
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AL1024ADA Power Supply Board*
Terminal Identification Table:
Terminal Legend
Function/Description
L, G, N
Connect 220VAC to these terminals: L to hot, N to neutral.
- DC +
24VDC @ 10 amp in alarm output.
Form “C” dry contacts used to instantaneously signal the loss AC to local annunciation devices, with AC present terminals marked NO and C are open, NC and C are closed. When loss of AC occurs, terminals marked NO and C are closed, NC and C are open.
Form “C” dry contacts used to instantaneously signal the loss AC to local annunciation devices, with AC present terminals marked NO and C are open, NC and C are closed. When loss of AC occurs terminals marked NO and C are closed, NC and C are open.
Form “C” dry contacts used to signal low battery voltage or loss of battery voltage.
Under normal conditions terminals marked NO and C are open, NC and C are closed. During a trouble condition terminals marked NO and C are closed, and NC and C
are open (Fig. 2, pg. 7).
AC FAIL
NO, C, NC
AC LOCAL
NC, NO, C
BAT FAIL
NO, C, NC
+ BAT -
Stand-by battery input (leads provided) (Fig. 2, pg. 7).
*Power Board Parameter Specifications:
• AC Fail condition will report approximately 30 seconds after loss of AC. To delay report for 2.5 to 3 hours cut
jumper AC DELAY on the Power Supply Board (AC trouble output delay option). If this mode is selected the Power
Supply Board must be reset by removing all power to it for 30 seconds.
• Low battery condition will report at approximately 21VDC.
• Battery presence detection will report within 180 seconds after battery remains undetected (missing or removed). A restored battery will report within 30 seconds.
LED Diagnostics:
AL1024ADA - Power Supply Board
Red (DC)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Green (AC)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Power Supply Status
Normal operating condition.
Loss of AC. Stand-by battery supplying power.
No DC output.
Loss of AC. Discharged or no stand-by battery. No DC output.
AL800LGK - Logic Board
LED
OFF
ON
BLINK (LONG)*
BLINK (SHORT)**
ON
Normal
Alarm Condition
Trouble Condition
Trouble Condition Memory
ON
Normal
Alarm Condition
Trouble Condition
Trouble Condition Memory
OFF
Normal
Alarm Condition
Trouble Condition
Trouble Condition Memory
OFF
Normal
Alarm Condition
Trouble Condition
Trouble Condition Memory
Input 1
Normal
Alarm Condition
Trouble Condition
--Input 2
Normal
Alarm Condition
Trouble Condition
--Fault
Normal
Alarm Condition
----* Indicates current trouble condition. When trouble (open, short or ground) occurs on a specific output, the
corresponding red output LED, [OUT1-OUT4] will blink. The corresponding green input LED will
blink as well. Loop trouble will report within 30 seconds.
**Indicates trouble condition memory. When a trouble condition restores, the unit,s red output LED [OUT1-OUT4]
will blink with a shorter and distinctly a different duration. The green input LEDs will be off (normal condition). To reset the memory depress the reset button (Fig. 2c, pg. 7). The LED(s) will extinguish.
Note: If indicating circuits have been restored, memory reset is not required for normal operation of the unit.
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AL1002ADA220
Optional Hookup Diagram:
Fig. 2
Fig. 2a
BAT FAIL
NC C NO
AC FAIL
NC C NO
AC Local
AC Local
AC TROUBLE
DELAY OPTION
Fire
Alarm
Control
Panel
(FACP)
Fuse
Cover
NC NO C
NC NO C
unswitched 220VAC
power mains
+
4-wire Smoke
Detector
Use separate knockout.
Keep 1/4" spacing from
non power limited wiring
Non-Supervised
-- DC +
unswitched 120VAC
power mains
(non-power limited)
NO
Non-Supervised
EOL
Resistor
from
FACP
EOL Power
Supervision Relay
(Not Supplied)
NC
Use separate knockout.
Keep 1/4" spacing from
non power limited wiring
SW2 SW1
+ OUT1 --
+ OUT2 --
+ OUT3 --
+ OUT4 --
Common trouble
Input/Output
IN1+ IN1-- IN2+ IN2-- C "DRY1" NC
UPPER TERMINALS
RET1+ RET1-- RET2+ RET2-- C "DRY2" NC LOWER TERMINALS
Non-Supervised
-- AUX +
Digital Communicator or
Local Annunciator Dry output Contact
(Form "C" contacts)
C
line
+
ground 4-wire Smoke
neutralDetector
-GreenLead
2.5ampper
outputinalarm
OUT1
OUT3
(total=10amp)
INPUT SELECT
(Supervised)
TEMPORAL
-- DC +
STROBE SYNC
IN > OUT SYNC
Supervised Non-Supervised
circuits are used to
monitor AC and Bat Fail and
will cause a simultaneous trouble
condition to the FACP's IN1 and Fig.
IN2 2b
INP1 INP2
FAULT
Non-Supervised
NO
Fig. 2c
Addressable
Control Module
Trigger Output
These
See Note 2
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
Trouble Memory
Reset Button
OUT2
OUT4
INPUT SELECT
TEMPORAL
STROBE SYNC
IN > OUT SYNC
RESET
--
Digital Communicator or
Local Annunciator Dry output Contact
(Form "C" contacts)
NC
C
+
4-wire Smoke
Detector
SW2 SW1
+ OUT1 --
+ OUT2 --
+ OUT3 --
+ OUT4 --
IN1+ IN1-- IN2+ IN2-- C "DRY1" NC
UPPER TERMINALS
RET1+ RET1-- RET2+ RET2-- C "DRY2" NC LOWER TERMINALS
Power
sion Relay
Supplied)
FAULT
C
--
RESET
These circuits are used to
monitor AC and Bat Fail and
will cause a simultaneous trouble
condition to the FACP's IN1 and IN2
INP1 INP2
NC
4-wire Smoke
Detector
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
OUT2
OUT4
INPUT SELECT
TEMPORAL
STROBE SYNC
IN > OUT SYNC
C "FAULT" NC
+
OUT1
OUT3
INPUT SELECT
TEMPORAL
STROBE SYNC
IN > OUT SYNC
C "FAULT" NC
-- AUX +
NO
--
C "FAULT" NC
Fuse
Cover
line
ground
neutral
GreenLead
AL1002ADA220
PowerLimitedOutputs
2.5ampper
outputinalarm
(total=10amp)
(Supervised)
Supervised Non-Supervised
Addressable
Control Module
Trigger Output
See Note 2
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Optional hookups:
1-
2-
Battery and AC monitoring: AC or Battery Fail condition will cause the common trouble input [C “FAULT” NC] to report back to the FACP via input 1 and input 2. The common trouble input may also be used for other optional supervisory monitoring.
To report AC and Battery Trouble connect the battery and AC Fail relay output shown in (Fig. 2a) to the
common trouble input.
Dry contact input (C “DRY1” NC) (C “DRY2” NC) can be used to alarm output from an
addressable module (these inputs are unidirection and cannot report back to trigger module).
3-
4-
Connection to triggering devices must be made within 20ft of distance and using conduit for wiring.
Auxiliary output (-AUX+) 24VDC at 1 amp max.
AC Local [NC, NO, C] should connect to the host control panel for local annunciation of
the trouble condition.
Note: If common trouble input, terminals marked [C “FAULT” NC] are not used, these terminals must be
shorted (connect jumper) to remain inactive. For optional hookups (Fig. 2b).
Maintenance:
Unit should be tested at least once a year for the proper operation as follows:
Output Voltage Test: Under normal load conditions, the DC output voltage should be checked for proper voltage level
(26.2-26.4VDC recommended range).
Battery Test: Under normal load conditions check that the battery is fully charged. Check specified voltage
both at the battery terminal and at the board terminals marked [+ BAT -- ] to ensure that there is no break in the battery
connection wires.
Fuses: Check input and output fuses on the power supply board, replace if necessary. Input fuse rating is
10 amp @ 250V, Output fuse rating is 15 amp @ 32V
Note: Maximum charging current is 3.2 amp.
Note: Expected battery life is 5 years; however, it is recommended changing batteries in 4 years or less if needed.
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AL1002ADA220
Battery Calculation Worksheet
Device
Number of Devices
For each device use this formula: This column x This column =
AL1002ADA220
(Current draw from battery)
1
A
AL1002 Current
Auxiliary Devices
Equals
Stand-by:
90mA
Alarm: 175mA
Current per number of devices.
90mA
175mA
90mA
175mA
Refer to device manual for current ratings.
Alarm/Stand-by
Alarm/Stand-by
Alarm/Stand-by
B
Stand-by Alarm Current
Current
Current per Device
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
Auxiliary Devices Current (must not exceed 1 amp)
Refer to device manual for current ratings.
Alarm:
Alarm:
Alarm:
Alarm:
C Notification Appliances Current must not exceed 10 amp (10000mA)
mA
mA
0mA
mA
0mA
mA
mA
0mA
mA
mA
0mA
mA
0mA
mA
D Total alarm current
mA
mA
E Total current ratings converted to amperes (line D x .001)
A
A
F Number of standby hours (24 for NFPA 72, Chapter 1, 1-5.2.5).
H
G Multiply lines E and F.
AH
H
Total stand-by AH
Alarm sounding period in hours.
(For example, 5 minutes = .0833 hours.)
I Multiply lines E and H.
Total alarm AH
J Add lines G and I.
Total stand-by and alarm AH
Multiply line J by 1.30.
K (30% extra insurance to meet desired performance)
Total ampere - hours required
H
AH
AH
AH
Units are capable of recharging 40 AH battery max. If total ampere - hour required exceeds 40 AH,
decrease AUX current to provide enough stand-by time for the application. AL1002ADA220
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Appendix A - UL Listed Compatible Devices
A.1 Four (4) Wire Smoke Detectors
Table A-1 below lists four (4) wire smoke detectors compatible with AL1002ADA220 AUX output.
Smoke Detector/Base
FenWal CPD-7021 (w/70-201000-005 Base)
FenWal PSD-7125
FenWal PSD-7125 (w/70-201000-005 Base)
Fire-Lite BLP-12-4W
Gentex 824
Gentex 824T
Gentex 824CP
Gentex 824CPT
Hochiki HSC-4R
Hochiki SPB-24
System Sensor B112LP
System Sensor B114LP
System Sensor B404B
System Sensor DH100ACDC
System Sensor DH100ACDCLP
System Sensor DH100ACDCLPW
System Sensor DH400ACDCI
System Sensor DH400ACDCP
System Sensor 1112/24/D
System Sensor 1424
System Sensor 1451 (w/B402B Base)
System Sensor 2112/24ATR
System Sensor 2112/24AITR
System Sensor 2112/24/D
System Sensor 2112/24R
System Sensor 2112/24TR
System Sensor 2112/24T/D
System Sensor 2112/24TSRB
System Sensor 2312/24TB
System Sensor 2412 (12 volt)
System Sensor 2412AT (12 volt)
System Sensor 2412TH (12 volt)
System Sensor 2424
System Sensor 2424TH
System Sensor 2451
System Sensor 2451TH (with/B402B Base)
System Sensor 2W-MOD
Max Standby
Current (mA)
Ionization
0.10
Photoelectric
0.10
Photoelectric
0.10
Base
*
Photoelectric
0.50
Photoelectric
0.50
Photoelectric
0.50
Photoelectric
0.50
Base
*
Projected Beam
0.25
Base
0.12
Base
*
Base
*
Photoelectric
0.15
Photoelectric
0.15
Photoelectric
0.15
Ionization Duct
25
Photoelectric Duct
25
Ionization
0.05
Ionization
0.10
Ionization
0.10
Photoelectric
0.50
Photoelectric
0.50
Photoelectric
0.05
Photoelectric
0.50
Photoelectric
0.50
o
Photoelectric w/135 Thermal
0.05
o
Photoelectric w/135
15
Thermal Supervisory Relay
Photoelectric
0.12
Photoelectric
0.12
Photoelectric
0.12
Photoelectric
0.12
Photoelectric
0.10
Photoelectric
0.10
Photoelectric
0.10
Photoelectric
0.10
Loop Test/Maintenance Mod.
30
Detector Type
Alarm
Current (mA)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
36
*
*
0.70
0.70
0.70
95
95
50
41
39
60/70
60/70
50
60/70
60/70
50
45
50
77
58
77
41
41
39
39
50
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A.1 Four (4) Wire Smoke Detectors (cont.)
Detector Type
Smoke Detector/Base
Max Standby
Current (mA)
.05
.05
.05
.05
Alarm
Current (mA)
23
23
35
35
System Sensor 4W-B (12/24 volt)
System Sensor 4WT-B (12/24 volt)
System Sensor 4WTA-B (12/24 volt)
System Sensor 4WTR-B (12/24 volt)
Photoelectric I3
Photoelectric I3 w/Therm
I3 Photo w/Therm/Sounder
I3 Photo w/Therm/Relay
System Sensor 4WTR-B (12/24 volt)
I3 Photo w/Therm/
Sounder/Relay
.05
50
System Sensor 4WITAR-B (12/24 volt)
I3 Photo w/Isolated Therm/
Sounder/Relay
.05
50
System Sensor 2W-MOD2
I3 Loop Test/Maintenance
Mod.
.05
*
System Sensor RRS-MOD
I3 Reversing Relay/Sync
Module
.05
*
Projected Beam
Projected Beam
10
17
28.4
38.5
System Sensor 6424
System Sensor Beam 1224(S)
* Contact manufacturer for current draws
A.2 Door Holders
Table A-2 below lists door holders compatible with AL1002ADA220 AUX output.
Manufacturer
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Rixon Firemark
Rixon Firemark
Rixon Firemark
Model
DH150A
DH154A
DH158A
FM-980
FM-996
FM-998
Type
Floor Mount
Floor Mount
Surface Mount
Floor Mount, single
Surface Wiring
Concealed Wiring
Current (mA)
96
96
96
68
68
68
A.3 Relays
Table A-3 below lists relays compatible with AL1002ADA220 AUX output.
Manufacturer
Model
Air Products &
Controls, LTD
MR-101/C
MR-201/C
PAM-1
PAM-2
PAM-SD
A77-716B
AL1002ADA220
Current (mA)
15
35
15
15
15
20
Manufacturer
Model
Current (mA)
System Sensor
PR-1
PR-2
PR-3
EOLR-1
R-10T
R-14T
R-20T
R-24T
R-10E
R-14E
R-20E
R-24E
15
30
30
30
23
23
40
40
23
23
40
40
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Enclosure Dimensions (H x W x D approximate):
15.5” x 12” x 4.5” (393.7mm x 304.8mm x 114.3mm)
1.5”
(38.1mm)
4.615”
(117.22mm)
4.615”
(117.22mm)
1.5”
(38.1mm)
1.75”
(44.45mm)
1.375”
(34.925mm)
1.125”
(28.575mm)
1.25”
(31.75mm)
4.5”
(114.3mm)
12.23”
(310.64mm)
1.1”
(27.94mm)
0.91”
(23.114mm)
1.5”
(38.1mm)
4.5”
(114.3mm)
1.1”
(27.94mm)
1.25”
(31.75mm)
0.91”
(23.114mm)
2.0”
(50.8mm)
1.5”
(38.1mm)
15.5”
(393.7mm)
2.0”
(50.8mm)
5.0”
(127.0mm)
5.0”
(127.0mm)
1.1”
(27.94mm)
1.25”
(31.75mm)
0.79”
(20.06mm)
1.25”
(31.75mm)
1.75”
(44.45mm)
1.5”
(38.1mm)
4.615”
(117.22mm)
4.615”
(117.22mm)
1.5”
(38.1mm)
Altronix is not responsible for any typographical errors.
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