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466-1876-C superbus 2000 rs-232 automation module install instr
SuperBus 2000 RS-232 Automation Module
Installation Instructions
Product summary
The SuperBus® 2000 RS-232 Automation Module allows you
to connect compatible, third-party automation devices to
Concord (v2.5-later), Concord 4, Concord Express (v4) and
Advent panels.
For added security, you can install a magnet and reed switch
(not included) for tamper protection.
RS-232 Connector
Connects Panel to automation devices.
PHAST Connectors
N/A
Wiring Terminals
Provides power, bus, and hardware zone
inputs.
Installation guidelines
•
When powering bus devices and hardwired sensors from
the panel, do not exceed the panel’s total power output.
Refer to specific panel Installation Instructions for further
detail.
The RS-232 automation module includes the following
features:
•
Automation ports
•
The module’s maximum current draw is 35mA.
•
Supervised, fire-rated zone inputs
•
Use four-conductor, 22-gauge or larger stranded wire to
connect the module to the panel.
•
On-board status indicators
•
Mount the module within 25 feet of the automation device.
•
SuperBus 2000 addressing data bus
Figure 1. RS-232 Automation Module components
SuperBus 2000
ID Label
Circuit Card
Bus Status
LED
RS-232 Serial
Connector
RS-232 LED
Module
Power LED
PHAST
Connectors (2)
Wiring Terminals
Table 1. Module component descriptions
Component
Function
Power LED
Indicates module power status.
Bus LED
Indicates panel bus communication.
RS-232 Status LED
Indicates module transmit/receive.
Device ID Number
Identifies device ID numbers.
P/N 466-1876 • REV C • January 2011
Tools and supplies needed
•
Slotted and Phillips screwdrivers
•
3/8”-drive drill and drill bits
•
Wire cutter/stripper
•
Four-conductor, 22-gauge or larger stranded wire
•
Nine-pin RS-232 serial cable
•
1/4” press-fit reed switch and magnet (not included)
Installation
Caution: To prevent damage to the panel or module, remove
the panel’s AC power transformer and disconnect the backup
battery before installation.
Mounting the Module on a Wall
1.
Loosen cover screws and remove module cover and
circuit card (see Figure 2).
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Figure 2 Removing cover and circuit card
Figure 4. Wiring the RS-232 Module to an Advent panel
RS-232 Auto Module
Terminal Strip
Cover
+12V
DC
BUS
A
BUS
B
GND
1
2
3
4
Red (+12V DC)
Black (GND)
Green (Bus A)
White (Bus B)
Circuit Card
Card Latches (2)
Backplate
Cover Screws (2)
Advent Panel SuperBus
Wiring Harness (49-462)
2.
Place the backplate on the wall and mark the mounting
holes (see Figure 3).
Wiring the Module to a Concord (v2.5-later), Concord
4, or Concord Express (v4) Panel
Figure 3. Wall mount hole locations
Mounting Holes(4)
1.
Remove panel AC power and disconnect the backup
battery.
2.
Wire the RS-232 Automation Module to a Concord,
Concord 4, or Concord Express (v4) panel as illustrated in
Figure 5.
Wire Access
Wire Channels(3)
Figure 5. Wiring the RS-232 Module to a Concord, Concord 4, or a
Concord Express (v4) panel
Enclosure
Backplate
RS-232 Auto Module
Terminal Strip
Card Latches (2)
+12V
DC
3.
Drill for the mounting holes and insert wall anchors. Next,
secure the backplate to the wall with the included screws.
4.
Install the circuit card on the backplate and gently press
the bottom of the board until it snaps into place under the
card latches (see Figure 2).
1
BUS
A
BUS
B
2
3
GND
4
Red (+12V DC)
Green (Bus A)
Black (GND)
Wiring
White (Bus B)
3
4
5
6
Concord/Concord 4 Panel
Wiring Harness (49-462)
Wiring the Module to an Advent Panel (v1.6-later)
1.
Remove panel AC power and disconnect the backup
battery.
2.
Wire the RS-232 Automation Module to an Advent panel
as illustrated in Figure 4.
3.
Plug the wiring harness into the panel’s bus connector.
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Wiring Devices to a Module
1.
Connect a DB-9 serial cable to a module connector (see
Figure 5). The serial cable must not exceed 25 feet in
length.
Note: The module’s RS-232 port is configured as a DCE
device that transmits data on Pin 2 and receives data on
Pin 3 (Pin 5 serves as a signal ground). If the module’s
RS-232 port is configured as a DTE port, you must
establish a direct connection through a DB-9 cable. Refer
to specific device Installation Instructions for further detail.
SuperBus 2000 RS-232 Automation Module Installation Instructions
2.
3.
Set the following communication parameters for the
device’s RS-232 port: 8 data bits; 9600 bps; Odd Parity, 1
stop bit.
Connect input devices (if used) to module zone input
terminals (see Figure 5)
Installing a Cover Tamper Switch
4.
Press 0 for Program Menu.
5.
Enter your installer code (default setting = 0123).
6.
Enter Item Number 48001 to add SuperBus devices. Each
installed device is automatically learned into panel
memory.
7.
Press star (*) twice to return to Main Menu. Both the Bus
and Power LEDs turn on for one second. The Power LED
remains on; the Bus LED flashes.
If you are mounting the module in its own plastic and not inside
a cabinet, it is recommended that you add a cover tamper
switch.
Note: If the Power or Bus LEDs do not flash, remove
panel AC power, disconnect the backup battery, and refer
to Table 3.
Once programmed, if someone opens the module cover, the
cover tamper switch opens and causes an alarm to sound.
The reed switch holder and magnet clip are located on the
bottom of the backplate.
1.
On the module’s backplate, place the reed switch into the
reed switch holder.
2.
Insert the magnet into the tabs on the module cover and
remove the magnet clip from the module backplate. Next,
press the magnet clip over the magnet until the clip locks
into place.
3.
Connect the normally closed reed switch (in series with a
2k Ohm EOL resistor) to any zone input and zone
common terminal. The resistor should be located inside
the module cover at the reed switch.
Power Up and Bus Communication
This section describes how to power up the panel and module.
Concord (v2.5-later), Concord 4, and Concord
Express (v4) Panels
1.
Verify wiring between panel and module is correct.
2.
Connect the panel’s backup battery and restore panel AC
power. Alphanumeric touchpad displays turn on. Both the
Bus and Power LEDs turn on for one second. The Power
LED remains on; the Bus LED flashes.
Note: If the Power or Bus LEDs do not flash, remove
panel AC power, disconnect the backup battery, and refer
to Table 3.
Programming/Operating the Module
Refer to specific panel Installation Instructions for module
programming and operation.
Module Wiring Terminal Connections
Table 2. RS-232 Module wiring terminal connections
Terminal
Name
Use
1
+12V DC
SuperBus DC power supply input. Maximum
draw from panel at 12V DC is 35 mA.
3
Bus A
SuperBus communication connection.
4
Bus B
SuperBus communication connection.
5
GND
SuperBus common ground connection.
6
Zone 1
Zone 1 input connection.
7
ZCom
Zone input common connection.
Figure 6. RS-232 module wiring terminal connections
DB-9
Serial Cable
Module Circuit Board
Automation
Device
To Panel
Terminals
or
Wiring Harness
<OR>
Advent Panels
1.
Verify wiring between the panel and module is correct.
2.
Connect the panel’s backup battery and restore panel AC
power. Alphanumeric touchpad displays turn on.
UL Listed
(N/C) Contacts
in Series
UL Listed
(N/O) Contacts
in Parallel
2.0k Ohm EOL
Resistor (49-467)
Install at Last Contact
3.
Press 8 for Systems Menu.
SuperBus 2000 RS-232 Automation Module Installation Instructions
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FCC compliance:
Troubleshooting
FCC Part 15 Information to the User
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interlogix can
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Table 3. Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
FCC Part 15 Class A
Power LED remains off
Check for proper wiring connections.
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 is operated in a commercial
environment.
Ensure the panel’s AC power supply
and backup battery are connected.
If the LED remains off, replace the
module
Bus LED remains off
Check for proper wiring connections.
Check for proper module programming
and initialization.
Bus LED remains on
Set panel power from OFF to ON.
Bus LED flashes – devices
do not function
Ensure device power is set to ON.
Check for proper wiring connections.
Check for proper module programming.
Specifications
This 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 users will be
required to correct the interference at their own expense.
FCC Part 15 Class B
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
Compatibility
Advent, Concord (v2.5-later), Concord 4, and
Concord Express (v4) panels
Power requirements
12V DC nominal; 35 mA maximum (from
panel or auxiliary power supply)
Automation port
RS-232, DCE
If this equipment does not cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception (which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on), the user is encouraged to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
Panel Data Bus
Interlogix/GE auto addressing digital data bus
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Dimensions
2.60” x 2.60” x 0.90” (L x W x D)
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Zone Input
One supervised, fire-rated zone
Storage temperature
-30° to 140°F (-34° to 60°C)
Connect the affected equipment and the panel receiver to separate
outlets on different branch circuits.
Operating temperature
32° to 140°F (0° to 60°C)
Maximum humidity
85%, non-condensing
Dimensions
6.0” x 8.5” x 1.5” (L x W x D)
Case material
High-impact, ABS plastic
Case color
Belgian gray
Installation
Wall mount
Regulatory information
Manufacturer
UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc.
1275 Red Fox Rd., Arden Hills, MN 55112-6943,
USA
Consult a dealer or experienced radio/TV technician for help
Contact information
For contact information, see www.utcfireandsecurity.com or
www.interlogix.com.
For technical support, toll-free: 888.437.3287 in the US
including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Outside
the tool-free area, contact your dealer.
GE is a trademark of the General Electric Company and is
under license to UTC Fire & Security, 9 Farm Springs Road,
Farmington, CT 06034-4065
Copyright © 2011 Interlogix, a UTC Fire & Security Company.
All rights reserved.
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