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PDF Content Summary: 25 Interchange way, Vaughan Ontario. L4K 5W3 Phone: 905.660.4655; Fax: 905.660.4113 INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Web: mircom.com MIX-4010 PHOTO ELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR MIX-4010-ISO PHOTO ELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
ABOUT THIS MANUAL This manual is included as a quick reference for installation. For fur ther information on the use of this device with a FACP, please refer to the panel’s manual. For more information regarding maintenance, testing, spacing, and locating detectors, please refer to the LT-9420 MIX-4000 series detector technical bulletin. Note: This manual should be left with the owner/operator of this equipment. DETECTOR DESCRIPTION The MIX-4010 smoke detector continuously checks air obscuration and reports it to the Fire-Alarm panel using a fully digital communication protocol. The MIX-4010 must be used with a Mircom series 4000 compatible control panel. Obscuration level is selected at the Fire alarm panel through the Mircom configuration tool. It also has a remote output that can be controlled by the panel. Please see specifications for compatible devices that can use the remote output feature. Note: MIX-4010-ISO is equipped with a bi-directional short-circuit isolator to help protect against wiring faults that may otherwise result in a loop failure." Before installing this device please thoroughly read this manual and refer to the applicable codes for guidance on location, spacing and acceptable use. Also seek guidance from the compatible control panel instructions for the device operation modes and the configuration requirements. Note: If the detector is used with the remote indicator, then the voltage value of the detector must be at least 18V as the indicators do not operate below 18V FIGURE 1 DETECTOR FRONT: SPECIFICATIONS Normal Operating Voltage: 15 to 30VDC Maximum Alarm Current (LED on): 3.2mA (LED on) Standby Current: 160uA (LED flashing) Maximum Input Wiring Resistance: 40 Ohms Temperature Range: 32F to 100F (0C to 37.8C) Humidity: 10% to 93% Non-condensing Dimensions: 4 1/4” Diameter, 1 3/4” Height Mounting: 4” square by 2 1/8” deep box Accessories: MIX-4090 Programmer MIX-4001/MIX-4002 Detector Base RA100Z Remote LED Wiring range on all terminals: 22 to 12 AWG INSTALLATION This detector must be installed on a ceiling or wall using a compatible base. SLC line and remote output connections for the most common base MIX-4001 are show in figure 2. A twisted pair cable should be used for the SLC line. If a shielded cabled is used, connect the shields to the proper terminal on the base. Do not connect shields to earth ground. If a ground continuity wire is required by the local code, it should be a separate conductor. Please note that shielded cables may reduce the SLC loop length that can be achieved due to their high capacitance. The detector address should be programmed using the MIX-4090 hand-held device before inserting the detector on the base. Addresses 1 to 240 can be used for any device on a SLC loop. Each device on a loop must have a unique address. A breakaway tab inside the base can be inserted in the outer rim of the base to visibly identify each detector with their address. See figures 2 and 4. The detector can then be placed on the base using the following steps: 1. Position the detector centrally on its adapter base ensuring it is level. 2. Rotate clockwise applying gentle pressure. The detector will drop into its keyed location. 3. Continue to rotate clockwise a few degrees until the detector has fully engaged in the adaptor base. 4. When the detector is firmly engaged, check the alignment of the raised reference marks on the detector and on the base (figure 4). IMPORTANT NOTES ON DETECTOR INSTALLATION Disconnect loop power before installing the detector. This detector comes with a dust cover to protect the device during shipping and when first installed. It is not intended to provide com plete protection against contamination, therefore, detectors should be removed from their base before construction, major re-decoration or other dust producing work is started. Dust covers must be removed before the system becomes operational. Smoke detectors are not to be used with detector guards unless the combination has been evaluated and found suitable for that purpose. When duplicate terminals are not provided to facilitate monitoring of the installation wiring connections, and there is no provision to pre vent looping an unbroken wire around or under a terminal, the word "CAUTION" and the following or equivalent text in letters not less than 2.38 mm (3/32 inch) high shall be included on the installation drawing: "FOR SYSTEM MONITORING - FOR TERMINALS "Loop out (+)" AND "Remote Device (+)", DO NOT USE LOOPED WIRE UNDER TERMINALS. BREAK WIRE RUN TO PROVIDE MONITOR ING OF CONNECTIONS.
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FIGURE 2 DETECTOR WIRING: FIGURE 3 LOOP WIRING:
FIGURE 4 ALIGNMENT MARKS:
Detector LED Colors Alarm Red (Steady on) Air Sampling Green (Flash) Fault Yellow (Steady on) Sensitivity Level Typical Note Level 1 2.0 %/feet Most sensitive level Level 2 2.5 %/feet Level 3 3.0 %/feet Level 4 3.5 %/feet Least sensitive level
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