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PDF Content Summary: FX-2000 Intelligent Analog Fire Alarm Control Panel LT-657 Rev 15 December 2016 Installation and Operation Manual For the latest compatability information visit http://www.mircom.com/deviceguide Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction 1 2.0 Document Conventions 3 3.0 System Components 4 4.0 Mechanical and Chassis Installation 12 5.0 Module Mounting Locations 23 6.0 Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations 25 6.1 FX-2003-6DS/FX-2003-12DS/FX-2003-6DS-16LED Compact Main Chassis ............... 25 6.2 FX-2017(S)-12DS Mid-size Main Chassis ...................................................................... 25 6.3 FX-2009(S)-12DS Large Main Chassis .......................................................................... 26 6.4 ECX-0012 Expander Chassis for FX-2009-12DS ........................................................... 26 7.0 Module Settings 29 7.1 Main Fire Alarm Modules (MD-764 Part of Main Chassis) ............................................. 29 7.2 Main Fire Alarm Super Module (MD-757 Part of “S” Version Main Chassis) ................. 30 7.3 RAX-1048TZDS Zone Display Module ........................................................................... 32 7.4 IPS-2424DS Programmable Input Switches Module ...................................................... 32 7.5 Fan Damper Control Display Module (FDX-008W/WKI) ................................................ 33 7.6 DM-1008A Hardwire Detection Adder Module ............................................................... 36 7.7 SGM-1004A Hardwire NAC Signal Adder Module ......................................................... 37 7.8 RM-1008A Hardwire Relay Adder Module ..................................................................... 39 7.9 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (Model PR-300) ................................................ 40 7.10 UDACT-300A Main Board .............................................................................................. 41 7.13 ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller Module ................................................................... 47 8.0 Field Wiring 49 8.1 Main Fire Alarm Module Terminal Connections ............................................................. 49 8.2 Analog Loop Wiring ........................................................................................................ 51 8.3 NAC Signal Module (SGM-1004A) Terminal Connections ............................................. 58 8.6 UDACT-300A Main Board Terminal Connections .......................................................... 61 8.8 Wiring Tables and Information ........................................................................................ 63 9.0 System Checkout 65 i 10.0 Indicators and Controls 66 11.0 Operation 72 11.1 Single Stage Operation .................................................................................................. 72 11.2 Two Stage Operation ..................................................................................................... 73 11.3 Pre-Signal Operation ...................................................................................................... 74 11.4 UUKL feature ................................................................................................................. 74 11.5 Output Circuit Delay Operation ...................................................................................... 74 11.6 Circuit Types .................................................................................................................. 75 12.0 Appendix A: Specifications 79 13.0 Appendix B: Compatible Devices 85 13.1 FX-2000 Series Compatible Addressable Loop Devices (UL) ....................................... 85 13.2 FX-2000 Series Compatible Two-Wire Smoke Detectors (UL) ...................................... 86 13.3 FX-2000 Series Compatible Four-Wire Smoke Detectors (UL Listed) ........................... 88 13.4 FX-2000 Series Compatible Signalling Devices (UL Listed) .......................................... 88 13.5 FX-2000 Series Compatible Addressable Loop Devices (ULC) ..................................... 89 13.6 FX-2000 Series Compatible Hardwire Smoke Detectors (ULC) .................................... 90 13.7 FX-2000 Series Compatible Synchronized Modules and Strobes ................................. 91 14.0 Appendix C: Power Supply and Battery Calculations 92 15.0 Appendix D: Remote Annunciator Panels 94 16.0 Appendix E: DIP Switch Settings Summary 96 17.0 Appendix F: Alarm Verification Timing 98 18.0 Appendix G: Wiring For Supervised Output Module 99 19.0 Appendix H: Label Requirements for Zone Identification 100 ii 1.0 Introduction 1.1 About the FX-2000 Mircom's cost-effective FX-2000 Intelligent Analog Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) is a flexible and easy-to-use analog system. The FX-2000 base panel consists of: one intelligent analog loop controller capable of supporting 99 analog sensors and 99 addressable modules that can be wired in Class A (Style 6 or 7) or Class B (Style 4). Analog sensors and addressable modules consist of all compatibility listed devices including Advanced Protocol devices. Loop adder modules are available for additional addressable (SLC) loops. The ALC- 198S provides one additional addressable loop, and the ALC-396S provides two addressable loops each capable of supporting 99 analog sensors and 99 addressable modules. In addition, the base panel supports up to 16 conventional adder modules such as the DM-1008A Initiating Circuit Module, SGM-1004A NAC Circuit Module, and the RM-1008A Relay Circuit Module. The base panel also includes 4 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) NAC circuits rated at 1.7 amperes each, and either a 6- or 12-ampere power supply. The ALC-H16 adder board provides expansion for 16 additional conventional hardwire modules. 1.2 Overall Features • Large system capacity and modular design. • Each Analog Loop is capable of supporting 99 analog sensors and 99 addressable modules which can be wired as Class A (Style 6 or 7) or Class B (Style 4). • The base system supports 16 conventional hardwire adder modules. • 6 or 12 Ampere Power Supply. • Four Class A/B (Style Z/Y) NAC Circuits rated at 1.7 Amperes each, which can be configured as Audible or Visual (silenceable or non-silenceable circuits). Audibles may be steady, Temporal Code, California Code, or March Time. • NAC circuits may be configured to provide additional auxiliary power or resettable auxiliary power. • Fault isolators are present on all in panel addressable loops. • Configurable Signal Silence Inhibit, Auto Signal Silence, Two-Stage Operation, One- Man Walk Test. • Outputs for 4 Wire resettable Smoke Power Supply, Auxiliary Power Supply, and an interface to the Mircom RTI Remote Trouble Indicator. • RS-485 Interface for Remote Multiplex Annunciators. • Three Level Password Protection with field settable definition which enables the installer to determine what functions are accessible for each of the three levels of pass • Four queues for Alarm ACK, Supervisory ACK, Trouble ACK, and BLDG (Monitor) ACK, with LED indicators and selector keys. • Auxiliary Form-C Relay Contacts for Common Alarm, Common Supervisory, and Common Trouble. • RS-232 Port for remote system printer or “CRT terminal”. • Two Event History Logs; one for Alarm related events and one for all events. • Front Panel Auto-Configure and / or Personal Computer Configuration. • Large 4 line by 20 character alphanumeric, back-lit LCD Display with user-friendly menu system. Introduction 1 2 • Common controls and indicators for System Reset, Lamp Test, Fire Drill, Signal Silence, General Alarm, • General Alarm Cancel, AC On, Pre-Alarm, and Ground Fault. • Two Spare configurable Keys and LED Indicators. • 16 configurable LEDs (bi-coloured) with slide-in labels, available with the DSPL-420- 16TZDS display. • Provides drift compensation for photoelectric smoke detectors. • Provides Signal Coding of signal circuits for easy alarm identification (code consists of 1 to 4 digits, each digit consisting of 1-15 pulses on the signal). • Selection for Canadian (ULC) or USA (ULI) requirements for Smoke Sensor sensitivity. • Extensive transient protection. • Surface Mountable Enclosures with removable doors for easy installation and service. Flush Trims available. • Removable Terminal Blocks for easy wiring and service. • Loop Adder modules ALC-198S and ALC-396S for expanding addressable loops by 1 and 2 respectively. • Adder module ALC-H16 hardwire loop interface board for expanding conventional input, output, relay capability. Introduction 2.0 Document Conventions 2.1 Circuits and Zones The term circuits refers to an actual electrical interface, initiating (detection), NAC (signal), or relay. The term zone is a logical concept for a fire alarm protected area, and will consist of at least one circuit. Often the terms zone and circuit are used interchangeably, but in this manual the term circuit is used. On the FX-2000, circuits can be hardwired inputs and outputs or addressable inputs and outputs. Both hardwired inputs and outputs, and addressable inputs and outputs may be grouped together to form logical zones. 2.2 Wiring Styles Initiating circuits are configured by default as Class B (Style B). They may be globally (all or none) configured as Class A (Style D) as described in the system configurator. This operation uses odd and even pairs of two-wire Class B (Style B) circuits to make one four-wire Class A (Style D) circuit, thus cutting in half the number of available initiating circuits. Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC) circuits (also known as NAC circuits) may be individually wired as Class A (Style Z) or Class B (Style Y) without affecting the number of circuits available. Addressable Loops may be configured system wide as Class B (Style 4) or Class A (Style 6). With the addition of isolators, a Class A (Style 6) will become a Class A (Style 7). Document Conventions 3 4 3.0 System Components FX-2000 Chassis Types FX-2003-6DS (pictured on the left) FX-2017-12ADS FX-2003-6DS-16LED (pictured on the right) FX-2017S-12ADS FX-2003-12DS (pictured on the left) FX-2009-12DS FX-2003-12XTDS FX-2009S-12DS ECX-0012 Expander Chassis System Components All FX-2000 Series Panels have the following features: • Main Chassis with one analog loop • 4 Style Y or Z NAC Circuits • 4 line by 20 character back-lit LCD display Table 1 details the specifics of each chassis type. Some models may not be available in all markets. Verify with your local distributor. Table 1 FX-2000 Chassis Types Model Amps # of Addressable loops 3.1 Adder Modules The following table describes the adder modules used with the FX-2000. # of NACs # of Adder Modules # of Conventional Adder Modules Max # of Display Adders Mounts into FX-2003-6DS 6 1 4 3 3 2 UB-1024DS FX-2003-6DS- 16LED 6 1 4 3 3 2 UB-1024DS FX-2003-12DS 12 1 4 3 3 2 UB-1024DS FX-2003-12XTDS 12 1 4 9 9 2 BBX-1024XT orBBX1024XTR FX-2009-12DS 12 1 4 9 16 3 BB-5008 or BB-5014 FX-2009S-12DS 12 0 4 9 16 3 BB-5008 or BB-5014 FX-2017-12ADS 12 1 4 17 16 3 BBX-1072ADS or BBX- 1072ARDS FX-2017S-12ADS 12 0 4 17 16 3 BBX-1072ADS or BBX- 1072ARDS EXC-0012 12 0 0 12 0 2 BB-5008 or BB-5014 Table 2 FX-2000 Adder Modules Models Description ALC-198S Single Intelligent Analog Loop Controller Module System Components 5 6 Table 2 FX-2000 Adder Modules Models Description ALC-396S Dual Intelligent Analog Loop Controller Module DM-1008A, SGM-1004A, RM-1008A Conventional Circuit Adder Modules, Detection, Signal and Relay. DSPL-420-16TZDS Optional main display with 16 configurable bi-coloured LEDs. This display is included in the FX-2003-6DS-16LED chassis package. 3.2 Auxiliary Modules The following table describes the auxiliary modules used with the FX-2000. Table 3 FX-2000 Auxiliary Modules Model Description PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module UDACT-300A Digital Communicator/Dialer Module IPS-2424DS Programmable Input Switches Module System Components 3.3 Enclosures The following table describes the enclosures used with the FX-2000. Table 4 FX-2000 Enclosures Model Description BB-5008 Backbox 36”H x 30”W x 7”D BB-5014 Backbox 60”H x 30”W x 7”D System Components 7 8 Table 4 FX-2000 Enclosures Model Description UB-1024DS UB-1024DS DOX-1024DS DOX-1024DSR Universal Backbox 26”H x 14.5”w x 4.2”D DOX-1024DS white door for universal backbox. DOX-1024DSR red door or universal backbox. FX-2003-6DS- 16LED Complete system with DSPL-420-16TZDS display and UB-1024DS backbox and DOX-1024DSR door. System Components Table 4 FX-2000 Enclosures Model Description

Enclosure BBX-1024XT 35.5”H x 14.5”w x 5.25”D, white door BBX-1024XTR Enclosure 35.5”H x 14.5”w x 5.25”D, red door BBX-1072ADS BBX-1072ARDS Enclosure 24.8” x 32.5” x 6.4”, white door Enclosure 24.8” x 32.5” x 6.4”, red door System Components 9

10 3.4 Flush Trim Ring The following table describes the flush trim ring used with the FX-2000. Table 5 FX-2000 Flush Trim Ring Model Description FA-XT-TRB Black flush trim ring for BBX-1024XT and BBX-1024XTR. 3.5 Remote Annunciators The following table describes the remote annunciators used with the FX-2000. Table 6 FX-2000 Remote Annunciators Model Description RA-1000 Series Remote multiplex annunciator panels. For Canada, ULC-S527 Standard requires a Common Alarm, Common Supervisory, and a Common Ground Fault LED indicator on the Remote Annunciators. To meet this requirement, use the FX-2000 Configurator to correlate one LED for Common Alarm, one LED for Common Supervisory and one LED for Common Ground Fault. RAM-208/216 Remote multiplex annunciator panels. For Canada, ULC-S527 Standard requires a Common Alarm, Common Supervisory, and a Common Ground Fault LED indicator on the Remote Annunciators. To meet this requirement, use the FX-2000 Configurator to correlate one LED for Common Alarm, one LED for Common Supervisory and one LED for Common Ground Fault. System Components

Table 6 FX-2000 Remote Annunciators Model Description Remote MGD-32, AGD-048 graphic annunciator drivers. The AGD-048 must be installed in the same enclosure as the MGD-032. RAX-LCD Remote Shared Display Annunciator 3.6 Batteries The following table describes the batteries used with the FX-2000. Table 7 Batteries Model Description Batteries 10 to 55 AH 3.7 FX-2000 Accessories Table 8 Accessories Model Description MP-300/R/S End-of-line Resistor Plate, Beige, R for red, S for stainless steel finish RTI-1 Remote Trouble Indicator (ULC and ULI listed) BC-160 External Battery Cabinet (ULC and ULI listed) System Components 11

12 4.0 Mechanical and Chassis Installation The following chapter describes the Mechanical and Chassis installation for all FX-2000 FACPs. 4.1 Mechanical Installation Diagrams Mechanical Installation Instructions for the following enclosures: • BB-5008 • BB-5014 • UB-1024DS and DOX-1024DS/R • BBX-1024XT • BBX-1024XTR • BBX-1072ADS • BBX-1072ARDS 4.1.1 BBX-1072ADS and BBX-1072ARDS Mechanical Installation Material Cold rolled steel18GA (0.048”) thick cold rolled steel 16GA (0.059”) thick for backbox 14GA (0.075”) thick for door The BBX-1072ADS and BBX-1072ARDS are suitable for flush or surface mounting, and have a built-in trim ring. Dimensions of Enclosure (minus built in trim ring) 24.8” x 6.4” x 32.5” Distance between horizontal mounting screws 16” Distance between vertical mounting screws 23.6” Complete Dimensions of Enclosures 26.4” x 7.7” x 34” Mechanical and Chassis Installation Figure 1 BBX-1072ADS and BBX-1072ARDS Flush or Surface Enclosure Installation and Dimensions Note: Leave bottom of box conduit free for batteries. i Mechanical and Chassis Installation 13 14 4.1.2 BB-5008 Mechanical Installation Material Cold rolled steel18GA (0.048”) thick cold rolled steel 16GA (0.059”) thick for backbox 14GA (0.075”) thick for door BB-5008 Backbox Backbox Backbox with DOX-5008M Door DOX-5008M Metal Door Figure 2 BB-5008 Enclosure Installation Instructions and Dimensions i Note: Leave bottom of box conduit free for batteries. Mechanical and Chassis Installation 4.1.3 BB-5014 Mechanical Installation Material Cold rolled steel18GA (0.048”) thick cold rolled steel 16GA (0.059”) thick for backbox 14GA (0.075”) thick for door Finish Painted except for hinges BB-5014 Backbox Backbox Backbox with DOX-5014M Door DOX-5014M Metal Door Figure 3 BB-5014 Installation Instructions and Dimensions i Note: Leave bottom of box conduit free for batteries. Mechanical and Chassis Installation 15 4.1.4 UB-1024DS and DOX-1024DS/R Mechanical Installation The universal enclosure is suitable for flush or surface mounting, and have a built-in trim ring. Dimensions of backbox (minus built in trim ring) 26” x 14.5” x 4.25” Distance between horizontal mounting screws 12” Distance between vertical mounting screws 23.5” Complete Dimensions of Enclosure with door 28” x 17” x 5.6” UB-1024DS UNIVERSAL BACKBOX AND DOX-1024DS/R DOOR

12” 5 5/8” 14 1/2” 17” 23 1/2” 26 ” 26 ” 26 ” 28 ” BACKBOX BACKBOX FRONT VIEW 4 1/4” 1 3/8” SIDE VIEW

DOOR 1 3/4” 2”

KNOCKOUT LOCATIONS 6”1 3/4” 2” 2” 1 3/4” Dimensions of backbox (minus built-in trim ring) Dimensions of backbox (minus built-in trim ring) 26”H x 14 1/2”W x 4 1/4” D 26”H x 14 1/2”W x 4 1/4” D 26”H x 14 1/2”W x 4 1/4” D SIDE VIEW Horizontal distance between mounting screws 12” 9 1/2” 1 3/4” Horizontal distance between mounting screws 12” 12” Vertical distance between mounting screws 23 1/2” 23 1/2” TOP VIEW Complete dimensions of enclosure with door 28”H x 17”W x 5 5/8”D 28”H x 17”W x 5 5/8”D Size of Knockouts 1”

Figure 4 UB-1024DS and DOX-1024DS/R Installation Instructions and Dimensions 16 Mechanical and Chassis Installation 4.1.5 FX-2003-12XTDS Mechanical Installation FX-2003-12XTDS is an expanded version of the FX-2003-12DS. Dimensions 14.76” wide by 35.8” long by 5.45” 16GA (0.059”) thick for backbox 14GA (0.075”) thick for door Finish Painted except for hinges 14.500 0 05.535.25 17.000 Figure 5 BBX-1024XT/R Backbox Enclosure with Trim Ring 12.000 0 05.52Front Door (Inside View) 0 10.83Mounting Holes Adhere trim ring to wall surface around backbox. Backbox Backbox FA-XT-TRB Trim Ring for Flush Mounting Mechanical and Chassis Installation 17 18 4.1.6 Surface and Flush Mounting Views of the BBX-1024XT/R 5.45” 0.7” Figure 6 BBX-1024XT/R Surface and Flush Side Views 4.1.7 BBX-1024XT Flush Mounted Box with FA-XT-TRB Trim Ring TRIM RING WALL WOOD OR METAL STUD BACKBOX Figure 7 Cross section view of mounted BBX-1024XT/R enclosure Mechanical and Chassis Installation 4.2 Chassis Installation Chassis Installation Instructions for the following: • FX-2003-6DS • FX-2003-12DS • FX-2003-12XTDS • FX-2009-12DS • FX-2009S-12DS • FX-2017-12ADS • FX-2017S-12ADS • ECX-0012 For proper chassis installation do the following 1. Group the incoming wires through the top of the enclosure to prepare it for wiring the modules. Do not run the wires in-between the modules since it could cause a short circuit. 2. Use a wire tie to group wires for easy identification and neatness. 3. Be sure to connect a solid earth ground (from building system ground / to a cold water pipe) to the chassis earth ground mounting lug, and to connect the earth ground wire lugs from the main chassis to the ground screw on the backbox. 4. Mount chassis using the supplied hex nuts. Mechanical and Chassis Installation 19 20 4.2.1 Mounting the Chassis into the BBX-1072ADS or BBX-1072ARDS Enclosure Mount chassis FX-2017-12ADS or FX-2017S-12ADS into backbox BBX-1072ADS or BBX- 1072ARDS using the supplied four #6 hex nuts (two at the top and two at the bottom) as shown below. The transformer chassis is also mounted using four hex nuts. Figure 8 Chassis Installation into BBX-1072ADS or BBX-1072ARDS Module Mounting Locations 8 #8 hex nuts, 4 for inner chassis and 4 for the transformer chassis. Mechanical and Chassis Installation 4.2.2 Mounting the Chassis into the BB-5008 or BB-5014 The chassis is mounted using the four #6 hex nuts provided. Two across the top portion and two across the bottom of the chassis. The inner door is mounted using four hex nuts on the left side and secured with two screws on the right side. Figure 9 Chassis Installation into backbox BB-5008 and BB-5014 Mechanical and Chassis Installation 21 22 4.2.3 Mounting the Chassis into the UB-1024DS and DOX-1024DS/R Enclosure The chassis is mounted using the six #8 hex nuts provided. Three across the top and three across the bottom of the chassis. The inner door mounts over the chassis with two #8 hex nuts. Figure 10 Chassis Installation into Universal Enclosure UB-1024DS and DOX-1024DS/R Note: Leave bottom of box conduit free for batteries. i Mechanical and Chassis Installation 5.0 Module Mounting Locations The FX-2003-6DS/12DS or FX-2017-12ADS Main Chassis come pre-assembled with a main chassis, display components and boards. Install adder modules of different types as shown in the diagrams on the following pages. PR-300 CITY TIE MODULE Figure 11 Module Mounting Locations View #1 iNote: To enable communication from the main module to all of the adder modules, it is necessary to add a continuity jumper on the last adder module in a chain (see the appropriate module settings section to verify the location of the continuity jumper on a particular circuit adder module). Only the last circuit adder module should have a jumper plug on its continuity jumper; all others must be left without a jumper plug. i Notes: Front plate is not shown. Reserved for PR-300 or UDACT-300A. Other circuit adder modules may be: • DM-1008A Detection Circuit Adder Module • SGM-1004A Signal Circuit Adder Module • RM-1008A Relay Circuit Adder Module • ALC-198S Loop Adder Module • ALC-396S Loop Adder Module • ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller Module FX-2000 MAIN CHASSIS UDACT-300A DIALER MODULEOTHER ADDER CIRCUIT MODULE OTHER ADDER CIRCUIT MODULE M/F HEX SPACER SCREWS PROVIDED Module Mounting Locations 23 24 Figure 12 Module Mounting Locations View #2 Provision for PR-300 or UDACT-300A Module Mounting Locations 6.0 Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations 6.1 FX-2003-6DS/FX-2003-12DS/FX-2003-6DS-16LED Compact Main Chassis Mounts in the UB-1024DS backbox and supports three circuit adder modules. Exterior View Interior View 6.2 FX-2017(S)-12DS Mid-size Main Chassis Mounts in the BBX-1072ADS or BBX-1072ARDS Enclosure, and supports three display modules and 17 adder modules. Exterior View Interior View

Slot is reserved for PR-300 or UDACT- 300A. If not required, this slot can be used to mount any of the adder modules. 8 12 11 10 9 1716 15 14 13 5 4 3 2 1 7 6 FX-2000 Main Board FX-2000 Main Board1 2 3

Slot is reserved for PR-300 or UDACT- 300A. If not required, this slot can be used to mount any of the adder modules. Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations 25 26 6.3 FX-2009(S)-12DS Large Main Chassis Mounts and occupies four display positions in BB-5008 or BB-5014 Enclosures, and supports two display modules and nine adder modules. Exterior View Interior View 6 5 9 8 7 FX-2000 Main Board Slot is reserved for PR-300 or UDACT- 300A. If not required, this slot can be used to mount any of the adder modules. 6.4 ECX-0012 Expander Chassis for FX-2009-12DS Mounts and occupies two display positions in BB-5008 or BB-5014 Enclosures, and supports two display and 12 adder modules. Exterior View Interior View Cutout to mount Cutout to mount display module display module 4 Cutout to mount Cutout to mount 3 2 1 display module display module Cutout to mount display module 6 5 4 3 2 1 12 11 10 9 8 7 Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations 6.5 Mounting the Boards to the BBX-1024XT Chassis The main board is mounted to the chassis and is shipped out this way. Mounts up to 9 adder modules and one display module such as RAX-1048TZDS Programmable 48 Zone and Trouble LED display module, IPS-2424DS Programmable Input Switches module and FDX-008W Fan Damper module. Inside Chassis for mounting adder modules. Three modules can be mounted over the main fire alarm board and six above the main fire alarm board stacked three over three. 9 6 5 8 4 7 Main Fire Alarm Board

1 2 3Three adder modules mounted over main fire alarm board. Figure 13 FX-2003-12XT in a BBX-1024XT Enclosure Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations 27

28 6.5.1 Adder Modules Each adder module occupies one module slot and mounts inside the following chassis: • FX-2003-6DS/FX-2003-12DS/FX-2003-12XT/FX-2003-12XTDS Chassis • FX-2017-12DS Mid-size Main Chassis and FX-2009-12DS Large Main Chassis • ECX-0012 Expander Chassis for FX-2009-12DS ALC-198S ALC-396S Single Intelligent Dual Intelligent Analog Loop Analog Loop Controller Module Controller Module 6.5.2 Display Modules Each display module occupies one display position and mounts to the display cutouts on the following chassis: • FX-2003-6/FX-2003-12 Compact Main Chassis • FX-2003-6DS/FX-2003-6DS-16LED/FX-2003-12DS Compact Main Chassis • FX-2003-12XT/FX-2003-12XTDS Mid-size Main Chassis • FX-2017-12DS Mid-size Main Chassis • FX-2009-12DS Large Main Chassis • ECX-0012 Expander Chassis for FX-2009-12 These modules can also be mounted in the standard BB-5000 cutouts (with brackets), and the BBX-1000 enclosures (requires RAX-LCD as a driver). ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller Module DM-1008A Eight Initiating Circuit Module SGM-1004A Four NAC Circuit Module RM-1008A Eight Relay Circuit Module UDACT-300A Digital Alarm Communicator Module PR-300 Polarity Reversal/ City Tie Module RAX-1048TZDS Programmable Zone LED Annunciator Module CITY POLARITY POLARITY TIE REVERSAL REVERSAL ALARM SUPV + | - + | - + | - CONNECT RIBBON CABLE FROM P1 TO FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL IPS-2424DS Programmable Input Switches Module RAX-1048TZDS Programmable Zone LED Annunciator Module FDX-008W Fan Damper Module OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations JW4 P1 P2

7.0 Module Settings 7.1 Main Fire Alarm Modules (MD-764 Part of Main Chassis) JW1 Remove jumper if a PR-300 or UDACT-300A is installed. JW2 to JW4 Jumpers are factory set and should not be changed. P3 Black RS-485 Connector connects to the Adder Loop ALC-198S, ALC-396S or ALC-H16 if used (Address Loops 3, 4, etc) P4 Connector for PR-300 module or UDACT-300A. P6 Connector for first eight conventional hardwire circuit adder modules (Loop 0). P5 Connector for next eight conventional hardwire circuit adder modules (Loop1). P7 White BDM Connector for factory use only. P8 Power Connector for Adder Modules. P9 RS-232C for printer or CRT monitor. P10, P11 Factory connection to bridge rectifier. P12, P13 Connection to 24VDC battery. Observe correct polarity P14 Connector for display module. F1 20 Amp slow blow non-replaceable fuse. TO CONFIGURE THE FIRE ALARM PANEL USE THE RS-485 CONNECTOR P4 OF THE LAST ADDER LOOP CONTROLLER MODULE INSTALLED. Figure 14 Main Fire Alarm Board Note: To enable communication from the Main Module to all of the Adder Modules, it is necessary to add a Continuity Jumper on the last Adder Module in a chain (see the appropriate Module Settings section to verify the location of the Continuity Jumper on a particular Circuit Adder Module). Only the last circuit adder module should have a jumper plug on its continuity jumper; all others must be left without a jumper plug. i FIELD WIRING TERMINALS P9 MAIN FIRE ALARM BOARD P8P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P7 + BDG- +BAT- F1 P4 P3JW1 JW3 JW2 JW4 P5P6 Module Settings 29

30 7.2 Main Fire Alarm Super Module (MD-757 Part of “S” Version Main Chassis) This super main board does not have any addressable loops on it. For an addressable loop, adder boards are required. JW1 Remove jumper if a PR-300 or UDACT-300A is installed. JW2 to JW4 Jumpers are factory set and should not be changed. P3 Black RS-485 Connector connects to the Adder Loop ALC-198S, ALC-396S or ALC-H16 if used (Address Loops 3, 4, etc) P4 Connector for PR-300 module or UDACT-300A. NO HARDWIRE CIRCUIT ADDER MODULES ARE CONNECTED TO THIS MAIN FIRE ALARM SUPER MODULE P7 White BDM Connector for factory use only. P8 Power Connector for Adder Modules. P9 RS-232C for printer or CRT monitor. P10, P11 Factory connection to bridge rectifier. P12, P13 Connection to 24VDC battery. Observe correct polarity P14 Connector for display module. F1 20 Amp slow blow non-replaceable fuse. TO CONFIGURE THE FIRE ALARM PANEL USE THE RS-485 CONNECTOR P4 OF THE LAST ADDER LOOP CONTROLLER MODULE INSTALLED. Figure 15 Main Fire Alarm Super Module (MD-757 Part of “S” Version Main Chassis) i Note: To enable communication from the Main Module to all of the Adder Modules, it is necessary to add a Continuity Jumper on the last Adder Module in a chain (see the appropriate Module Settings section to verify the location of the Continuity Jumper on a particular Circuit Adder Module). Only the last circuit adder module should have a jumper plug on its continuity jumper; all others must be left without a jumper plug. FIELD WIRING TERMINALS P9 MAIN FIRE ALARM SUPER BOARD P8P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P7 +BDG- +BAT- F1 P4 P3JW1 JW3 JW2 JW4 Module Settings i i Note: The main display module comes with slide-in paper labels including both English and French slide-ins, and laser printer-compatible blanks for zone labelling. Note: The main display module comes with slide-in paper labels including both English and French slide-ins, and laser printer-compatible blanks for zone labelling.

7.2.1 DSPL-420 Main Display Module P1 Cable connects to P14 of main fire alarm module P2 Connection to P1 of any adder display module if used. Figure 16 DSPL-420 Main Display Module 7.2.2 Optional DSPL-420-16TZDS Display Module P1 Cable connects to P14 of main fire alarm module P2 Connection to P1 of any adder display module if used. Figure 17 DSPL-420-16TZDS Main Display Module with 16 Zone LEDs Module Settings 31 32 7.3 RAX-1048TZDS Zone Display Module P1 Cable connects to P2 of previous display module. P2 Cable connects to P1 of next display module. P2P1 Figure 18 Zone Display Module (RAX-1048TZDS) 7.4 IPS-2424DS Programmable Input Switches Module P1 Cable connects to P2 of previous display module. P2 Cable connects to P1 of next display module. P2ZONE BYPASS #1 P1 Figure 19 IPS-2424DS Programmable Input Switches Module. Note: The zone display modules comes with laser printer-compatible slide-in paper labels for zone labelling. ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE BYPASS BYPASS BYPASS BYPASS #5 #9 #13 #17 ZONE BYPASS #10 ZONE BYPASS #18 ZONE ZONE BYPASS BYPASS #12 #20 ZONE ZONE ZONE BYPASS BYPASS #6 #14 ZONE ZONE BYPASS BYPASS #8 #16 BYPASS #21 ZONE BYPASS #2 ZONE BYPASS #22 ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE BYPASS BYPASS BYPASS #7 #11 #15 ZONE BYPASS BYPASS #19 #23 ZONE ZONE BYPASS BYPASS #4 #24 i ZONE BYPASS #3 Module Settings 7.5 Fan Damper Control Display Module (FDX-008W/WKI) There are two models of the Fan Damper Control Display modules available. The FDX-008W provides switch control and LED indication of 8 fan damper zones. The FDX-008WKI provides switch control of 7 fan damper zones with the eighth zone activated by keyswitch. LED indication is provided for all 8 fan damper zones on the FDX-008WKI. Both the FDX-008W and the FDX-008WKI are used in conjunction with a FX-2000 Fire Alarm Control Panel. Figure 20 Fan Damper Control Display Module (FDX-008W/WKI) 7.5.1 Fan Damper Operation The FDX-008W Fan Damper Control Display module has eight configurable output circuits, each with a three position switch. The FDX-008WKI operates in the same manner as the FDX- 008W except zone 8 is controlled by a remote keyswitch. Each switch has an ON and OFF position, plus an AUTO position. If the switch is placed in the AUTO position, the white AUTO LED will illuminate steady and the output will activate as programmed or configured. The output can be manually turned ON or OFF by placing the switch in the ON or OFF position, respectively. Basically each switch can be configured to operate multiple fans or dampers. For each switch, there are 3 operations provided; outputs to turn ON, same outputs to turn OFF and inputs to bypass. An example of the most common use of the FDX-008W or FDX-008WKI Fan Damper Control Display module is to operate exhaust fans and confirm fan operation (via monitor modules). See FDX-008W Block Diagram on the next page for a block diagram of fan and monitor set up. 7.5.2 Example As shown in the figure to the right, Parking Garage #1 has 3 PARKING GARAGE #1, FANS 1, 2 , 3 exhaust fans. The three position switch is configured to operate (to turn ON) fans 1, 2 and 3 in stairwell #1. The switch is set in the AUTO position. Upon activation (via alarm or some other OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE programmed trigger) with the switch in AUTO, the 3 fans (1,2, and 3) in stairwell #1 are turned ON automatically. Monitor modules in the Parking Garage #1 detect that all 3 fans are operating, therefore the ON LED will illuminate steadily. If one of the fans did not turn ON (due to malfunction), the ON LED will flash. The TRBL (trouble) LED will illuminate Module Settings 33 34 steady amber based on feedback from the monitor module that one or more of the fans is not working. ON LED shows steady for all outputs operating and confirmed. OFF LED shows steady for all outputs NOT operating and confirmed. TRBL LED shows steady for one or more outputs NOT operating and confirmed. OUTPUT MODULES MONITOR MODULES FDX-008W/WKI FAN/DAMPER CONTROL MODULE Figure 21 FDX-008W Block Diagram of Fan and Monitor Setup iBefore mounting the FDX-008WKI module, if a keyswitch is to be connected, wire the keyswitch to terminals at TS1 as shown in Figure 22 on page 35. i FX-2000 ALARM PANEL FIRE FANS OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE Note: A bypass function always has priority, so that if a circuit is bypassed by moving the switch manually or by loop bypass (FX-2000 Fire Alarm Panel), no other action will operate this switch other then again moving the switch manually or by un-bypassing the loop. Note: There are also terminals located behind TS1 on the other side of the board for the convenience of wiring the keyswitch. The last fan damper zone in the bottom right position of the FDX-008WKI is controlled by the keyswitch. Module Settings Mount the FDX-008W and FDX-008WKI Fan Damper Control Display modules in any position on the front part of the FX-2000 chassis. TERMINALS AT TS1 ARE WIRED TO A KEYSWITCH. NOTE: IF FAN DAMPER MODULE IS MOUNTED TO THE DOOR USE TERMINALS LOCATED AT THE BACK OF THIS BOARD, BEHIND TS1. P1 Figure 22 FDX-008WKI Fan Damper Control Display Module TS1 P2 OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF OFF AUTO AUTO ON ON TROUBLE TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE KEYSWITCH CONTROLLED OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE OFF AUTO ON TROUBLE CONNECTS TO PREVIOUS DISPLAY MODULE P2 Module Settings 35 36 7.6 DM-1008A Hardwire Detection Adder Module JW1 Install jumper for Class A (Style D) operation of initiating circuits 1 and 2. JW2 Install jumper for Class A (Style D) operation of initiating circuits 3 and 4. JW3 Install jumper for Class A (Style D) operation of initiating circuits 5 and 6. JW4 Install jumper for Class A (Style D) operation of initiating circuits 7 and 8. JW5 Remove continuity jumper if there are any more adder modules installed. JW4 P2 P4 JW3 Data cable to P6 or P5 of main fire alarm module or to S P12 or P13 of hardwire Lloop controller module, or ANIprevious adder module MJW2 RETG NIRData connector for IWnext adder module D JW1 LEIFP1 P3JW5 Figure 23 Hardwire Detection Adder Module (DM-1008A) i Note: For Class A (Style D) operation the FX-2000 must be configured as Class A via the configuration program. Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to P2 of hardwire loop controller module, or to previous adder module Power connector for next adder module Module Settings 7.7 SGM-1004A Hardwire NAC Signal Adder Module JW1 Remove continuity jumper if this is not the last adder module installed. JW2 Jumper pins for bell cut or isolators on Zone 1. JW3 Jumper pins for bell cut or isolators on Zone 2. JW4 Jumper pins for bell cut or isolators on Zone 3. JW5 Jumper pins for bell cut or isolators on Zone 4. JW11 For basic operation do not wire these terminals.

J11 1 2 3 P4 S LANIMRETG NIRIWD LEIFP2ZONE 4 LANIMRETG NIRIWD LEIFP2ZONE 4 JW5 Data cable to P6 or P5 of main fire alarm module Data cable to P6 or P5 of main fire alarm module Data cable to P6 or P5 of main fire alarm module Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to previous adder module Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to previous adder module Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to previous adder module Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to previous adder module GREEN SIGNAL LEDs ZONE 3 or to previous adder module Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to previous adder module Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to previous adder module

Figure 24 Hardwire NAC Signal Adder Module (SGM-1004A) 7.7.1 SGM-1004A Components There are four green LEDs on the board, one for each signal zone. The LED will illuminate or flash following the NAC signal rate sent to its zone. It will be off when the system is normal and they will illuminate when a NAC signal zone is activated. The LED does not reflect what is happening on the NAC signal zone, just that it is receiving data to activate that NAC signal zone.

Note: Jumpers JW2, JW3, JW4 and JW5 are positioned on pins 2 and 3 (right two pins with board orientation as shown above) from factory. JW4 ZONE 2 i JW3 ZONE 1 WJData connector for next adder module Power connector for next adder module Power connector for next adder module JW1 2 P1 P3 Module Settings 37

38 7.7.2 SGM-1004A Operation There are three modes of operation for this module. The basic mode of operation does not involve any bell cut relay or isolators connected to the signal zones. For this case, leave jumpers JW2, JW3, JW4 and JW5 as they come on pins 2 and 3, and do not make any connection to terminal block J11. The second mode provides bell cut operation which allows the silencing of the bells. The third mode is used when isolators are to be connected to the signal circuits. For further information on bell cut relays or isolators, please refer to the specific fire alarm panel manual or the isolator instruction manual. 7.7.3 SGM-1004A Jumpers for the Bell Cut Mode JW2 Place jumper over pins 1 and 2 for the ability to remotely silence the bells on Zone 1. JW3 Place jumper over pins 1 and 2 for the ability to remotely silence the bells on Zone 2. JW4 Place jumper over pins 1 and 2 for the ability to remotely silence the bells on Zone 3. JW5 Place jumper over pins 1 and 2 for the ability to remotely silence the bells on Zone 4. JW11 Wire these terminals to a bell cut relay (for details see QRM-1001 Bell Cut Module Installation and Operating Instructions, LT-666). !Attention: Discard jumpers on zones that are not configured for bell cut. 7.7.4 SGM-1004A Jumpers for the Isolator Mode JW2 Place jumper over pins 2 and 3 for the ability to connect an isolator on Zone 1. JW3 Place jumper over pins 2 and 3 for the ability to connect an isolator on Zone 2. JW4 Place jumper over pins 2 and 3 for the ability to connect an isolator on Zone 3. JW5 Place jumper over pins 2 and 3 for the ability to connect an isolator on Zone 4 JW11 Wire these terminals to an alarm relay. These may be tapped if more signal modules are used in this manner. ! Attention: Discard jumpers on zones that are not configured for isolators. Module Settings

7.8 RM-1008A Hardwire Relay Adder Module P2 Data cable to P6 or P5 of main fire alarm module, or to P12 or P13 of Hardwire loop controller module, or to previous adder module. P1 Data connector for next adder module. P4 Power connector to P8 of main fire alarm module, or to P2 of Hardwire loop controller or to previous adder module. P3 Power connector for next adder module. JW1 Remove continuity jumper if there are any more adder modules installed. If this is the last module installed, leave JW1 on. JP1-JP8 Move jumpers from pins 1 and 2 to 2 and 3 to connect relay commons between two or more relays. .P2 P4 I4 I8 3 2 1 3 2 1 JP4 JP8 S I3I7LA3 2 1 3 2 1 NIJP3 MRETG I2 NIRIWD LI1I5 EIF3 2 1 JP1 JP5 JW1 P1 P3Figure 25 Hardwire Relay Adder Module (RM-1008A) S LANIJP7 MRETI6 G NI3 2 1 3 2 1 RIJP2 JP6 WD LEIF3 2 1 Module Settings 39

40 7.9 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (Model PR-300) Mounting hole for #6-32 screws Mounting hole for #6-32 screws Figure 26 Polarity reversal and city tie module The following hardware configuration must be performed before installing the PR-300. Table 9 PR-300 jumper settings The Alarm Transmit signal to the PR-300 can be programmed to turn OFF when signal silence is active. This allows the City Tie Box to be manually reset. On subsequent alarms the silenceable signals will resound and the City Tie Box will be retriggered. Please refer to the Configurator for more information. The Trouble Transmit signal to the PR-300 can be programmed to delay AC power fail. Please refer to the Configurator for more information. i P1 P2 JW4 P1 Cable connects to P5 on the FX-2000 Main Fire Alarm Board P2 P2 is for connecting the UDACT-300A if both PR-300 and UDACT-300A are installed on the FX-2000. JW4 If the PR-300 is used this is the last module jumper. JW1 on the main board should be removed and JW4 on the PR-300 should be set. If both PR-300 and UDACT-300A are installed, then JW1 on the main board and JW4 on the PR-300 should be removed. Note: Jumper JW1 on the FX-2000 main fire alarm board must be removed if a city tie module is installed. Module Settings

7.10 UDACT-300A Main Board There are two jumpers on the UDACT-300A which are used for operation/configuration purposes. Jumper JW1 is used to reset the default passcode. Jumper JW2 is required for configuring the UDACT-300A. Refer to Figure 22 below for location of jumpers, cable connections, pushbutton and LEDs. Table 2 following, provides a description of the user items on the UDACT-300A. CONNECT RIBBON

SYSTEM NORMAL 13:21 MON 2015-08-03 CABLE FROM P1 TO MIRCOM FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL Figure 27 UDACT-300A Board Layout Table 10 UDACT-300A Cable Connectors and Miscellaneous Cable Connector Function

P1 Ribbon Cable for connecting to P4 of FX-2000 FACP main board. P2 RS-232C/RS-485 Connection for computer configuration. U18 Connector for CFG-300 Configuration Tool Lamp Test button Connector for CFG-300 Configuration Tool UR1 Potentiometer This potentiometer is for adjustment of the CFG-300 LCD contrast. Module Settings 41 42 The following table lists all the LEDs located on the UDACT-300A board and states the function of each LED. Table 11 UDACT-300A List of LEDs and their Functions Cable Connector Function Relay Line 1 Located below Line 1 terminal block. When Line 1 relay is energized, this green LED will illuminate Relay Line 2 Located below Line 2 terminal block. When Line 2 relay is energized, this green LED will illuminate. RS-485 Status LED for communication, will flash when RS-485 communication is active. Common Trouble Steady amber for any troubles on the Fire Alarm panel or UDACT-300A. CPU Fail Steady amber for any on board CPU trouble. Telephone Line 1 Telephone status indicator LED; Red when the line is in use, Amber when there is a line trouble. Telephone Line 2 Telephone status indicator LED; Red when the line is in use, Amber when there is a line trouble. Power ON Green LED is ON steady when power is supplied to the board. The following table lists the user jumpers available on the UDACT-300A and their functions. The following table lists the user jumpers available on the UDACT-300A and their functions.. Table 12 UDACT-300A List of Jumpers for Operation and Configuration Cable Connector See the UDACT-300A Installation and Operation Manual (LT-888) for more information. Function JW1 Normally open. Place jumper here and power down the UDACT-300A by disconnecting P1 or power down the fire alarm panel (AC and Batteries), then power back to revert to default passcode. After reset, remove the jumper. Leave normally open. JW2 Normally open to BLOCK remote configuration via modem, PC with a UIMA converter module or using the LCD and keypad at the UDACT-300A. Place jumper here to ALLOW any type of configuration. Remove jumper once configuration is complete. i Note: Can be installed with the PR-300 City Tie but not in the same location. If using this configuration the PR-300 must be installed on the left and it is recommended that the UDACT-300A be installed in the middle, although it can be installed on the right if needed. Module Settings 7.11 ALC-198S Single Intelligent Analog Loop Controller Module The ALC-198S Single Intelligent Analog Loop Controller module provides a single addressable loop. It may be mounted over the main chassis of the FX-2000 Fire Alarm Panel or on any chassis which supports adder boards. Refer to Module Mounting Locations View #2 on page 24. The module is mounted using four #6 screws and (if necessary) four 1 1/2" spacers. Power The power is supplied to the board via cable from the main chassis board or from the previous loop controller module into the P1 Power IN connector. The P2 Power OUT connector is connected to the next loop controller module or other adder module. Two power cables are supplied with the module. RS-485 The RS-485 cable comes attached at P3 and is connected to the main chassis board or from the previous loop controller module or other adder board. The RS-485 OUT at P4 is connected to the next loop controller module if used or left without connection. DIP switches The dip switches are used to set the address of the board. The address is binary, with the SW-1 switch as the lowest significant digit and OFF being active. For example an address of two is SW-1 ON, SW-2 OFF, and all the other dip switches SW-3 to SW-8 ON. Refer to Appendix E: DIP Switch Settings Summary on page 96 for more information. Loop 1 This is the addressable loop for all initiating devices. Wire the loop as shown in Field Wiring on page 49. Jumpers A jumper is provided at JW2 for normal operation. To reset the board the jumper is left at JW2 and the pins at position JW1 are shorted momentarily. BDM Port This connection is for factory use only. Module Settings 43 44 LOOP A + - + - B A OUT IN DIP SWITCHES ARE FOR THIS BOARD=S ADDRESS. SW-1 IS THE LEAST SIGNIFICANT DIGIT (BINARY). ACTIVE POSITION IS OFF. JW3 - JUMPER FROM JW2 IS PLACED HERE TO BYPASS WATCHDOG FOR FACTORY DOWNLOADING USING BDM SHIELD RS-485 CABLE RS-485 ADDRESS DIP SWITCH BDM PORT JW2 - A JUMPER IS PLACED HERE TO ENABLE WATCHDOG TIMER. THIS IS JUMPER=S NORMAL LOCATION. P4 P3 P5 P1 P2 18 POWER CABLE (OUT) POWER CABLE (IN) JW1 - JUMPER IS PLACED HERE TO RESET HARDWARE Figure 28 ALC-198S Single Intelligent Analog Loop Controller Module Mount the ALC-198S Single Intelligent Analog Loop Controller module as described in the section Display and Adder Modules Mounting Locations on page 25. The module may be mounted over the main chassis board or in any position that an adder module is mounted. Module Settings 7.12 ALC-396S Dual Intelligent Analog Loop Controller Module The ALC-396S Dual Intelligent Analog Loop Controller module provides a two addressable loops. It may be mounted over the main chassis of the FX-2000 Fire Alarm Panel or on any chassis that supports adder boards. Refer to page Module Mounting Locations View #2 on page 24 for mounting applications. The module is mounted using four #6 screws and (if necessary) four 1 1/2" spacers. Power The power is supplied to the board via cable from the main chassis board or from the previous loop controller module into the P1 power in connector. Connect the P2 power out connector to the next loop controller module or other adder module. Two power cables are supplied with the module. RS-485 The RS-485 cable comes attached at P3 and is either connected to the main chassis board or connected from the previous loop controller module or other adder board. If the next loop controller module is used, connect the RS-485 out at P4 to the next loop controller module; if it is not used, leave without connection. DIP switches Use the DIP switches to set the binary address of the board. SW-1 is the lowest significant digit and OFF is active. For example, an address of two would be created by turning SW-1 on, SW-2 off and DIP switches SW-3 to SW-8 on. Refer to Appendix E: DIP Switch Settings Summary on page 96 for DIP switch settings. Loop 1 This is the addressable loop for all initiating devices. Wire the loop as shown in Single Loop Terminal Connections - Class B on page 54 or Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 7 on page 55 and Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 6 on page 56. Loop 2 This is the addressable loop for all initiating devices. Wire the loop as shown in Single Loop Terminal Connections - Class B on page 54 or Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 7 on page 55 and Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 6 on page 56. Jumpers A jumper is provided at JW2 for normal operation. To reset the board, leave the jumper at JW2 and momentarily short the pins at position JW1. BDM Port This connection is for factory use only. Module Settings 45 46 LOOP A DIP SWITCHES ARE FOR THIS BOARD=S ADDRESS. SW-1 IS THE LEAST SIGNIFICANT DIGIT (BINARY). ACTIVE POSITION IS OFF. LOOP B + - + - + - + - B B A A P3 P2 P5 P1 RS-485 CABLE RS-485 ADDRESS DIP SWITCH BDM PORT JW2 - THE JUMPER IS KEPT HERE FOR NORMAL OPERATION JW1 - PINS ARE SHORTED MOMENTARILY TO RESET HARDWARE SHIELD i P4 18 POWER CABLE POWER CABLE JW3 - JUMPER FROM JW2 IS PLACED HERE TO BYPASS WATCHDOG FOR FACTORY DOWNLOADING USING BDM Figure 29 ALC-396S Dual Intelligent Analog Loop Controller Module Mount the ALC-396S Dual Intelligent Analog Loop Controller module as shown in Module Mounting Locations View #2 on page 24. The module may be mounted over the main chassis board or in any position that an adder module is mounted. Note: There are two addressable loops present on this board (ALC-396S) that are wired in the same manner as shown in the wiring diagrams beginning with Main Fire Alarm Module Terminal Connections on page 49. Although these drawings show only Loop 1, Loop 2 is wired in the same way as Loop 1 is. Note that Loop 1 and Loop 2 do not have to be wired in the same class, such as Class A or Class B or Style 7. Therefore Loop 1 may be wired as Class A and Loop 2 may be wired as Class B. Module Settings 7.13 ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller Module The ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller module provides an interface in order to add 16 conventional adder boards. This board may be mounted over the main chassis of the FX-2000 Fire Alarm Panel or on any chassis which supports adder boards. Refer to page Module Mounting Locations View #2 on page 24 for mounting applications. Mount the module using four #6 screws and (if necessary) four 1 1/2" spacers. Power The power is supplied to the board via cable from the main chassis board or from the previous loop controller module into the P1 power in connector. Connect the P2 power out connector to the next loop controller module or other adder module. Two power cables are supplied with the module. RS-485 The RS-485 cable comes attached at P3 and is either connected to the main chassis board or connected from the previous loop controller module or other adder board. If the next loop controller module is used, connect the RS-485 out at P4 to the next loop controller module; if it is not used, leave without connection. Jumpers A jumper is provided at JW2 for normal operation. To reset the board, leave the jumper at JW2 and momentarily short the pins at position JW1. BDM Port This connection is for factory use only.

P13 and P12 Connectors Connect the P13 connector (via ribbon cable included with this module) to the first module of the first group of eight conventional adder modules. Connect the P12 connector (via ribbon cable included with this module) to the first module of the second group of eight conventional adder modules Module Settings 47

48 .P12 IS USED TO CONNECT SECOND GROUP OF 8 ADDER MODULES P13 IS USED TO CONNECT FIRST GROUP OF 8 ADDER MODULES Figure 30 ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller Module Mount the ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller module as shown on Module Mounting Locations View #2 on page 24 and ECX-0012 Expander Chassis for FX-2009-12DSon page 26. The module may be mounted over the main chassis board or in any position that an adder module is mounted. There is no wiring at the ALC-H16 Hardwire Loop Controller module, but there is wiring at the 16 standard conventional adder modules. For conventional hardwire circuit wiring refer to Hardwire Detection Module (DM-1008A) Terminal Connections on page 57, Hardwire Signal Module Terminal Connections on page 58, and Hardwire Relay Module Terminal Connections on page 59 for the specific module you are wiring. RS-485 P12CABLE P13 RS-485

P4 P3ON 1DIP SWITCHES ARE FOR ADDRESS DIP SWITCH THIS BOARD=S ADDRESS. SW-1 IS THE LEAST SIGNIFICANT DIGIT (BINARY). ACTIVE POSITION IS OFF. 8 P2 JW3 - JUMPER FROM JW2 IS PLACED HERE TO JW3 P1 JW1 JW2 BDM PORT JW2 - THE JUMPER IS KEPT HERE FOR NORMAL OPERATION POWER CABLE (OUT) BYPASS WATCHDOG FOR FACTORY DOWNLOADING USING BDM POWER CABLE (IN) JW1 - PINS ARE SHORTED MOMENTARILY TO RESET HARDWARE Module Settings

8.0 Field Wiring 8.1 Main Fire Alarm Module Terminal Connections Wire devices to terminals as shown in Figure 31 below. See Wiring Tables and Information on page 63. See Appendix A: Specifications on page 79 and Appendix B: Compatible Devices on page 85 for compatible devices.. !Attention: Do not exceed power supply ratings: Main Chassis FX-2003-6DS and FX-2003-6DS-16LED total current for NAC circuits is 5A max. Main Chassis FX-2003-12DS, FX-2003-12XTDS, FX-2017-12ADS or FX- 2017S-12ADS total current for NAC circuits is 10A max. Main Chassis FX-2009-12DS and FX-2009S-12DS: total current for NAC circuits is 10A max. i Notes: The terminal blocks are "depluggable" for ease of wiring. All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. 8.1.1 Main Fire Alarm Module Terminal Connections. RS-485 INTERFACE TO ANNUNCIATORS AND +OTHER (POWER DEVICES LIMITED) RS485 - USE TWISTED SHIELDED PAIR. S 22 AWG UP TO 2000 FT. 20 AWG UP TO 4000 FT. S COM TROUBLE NOCOMMON TROUBLE CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP NC RESISTIVE LOAD COM NONC COM SUPV. ALARM AUXILIARY COMMON ALARM CONTACTS 28 RESISTIVE VDC, 1 AMP LOAD MUST BE CONNECTED LISTED LIMITED OF SUPPLY POWER SOURCE TO A NONC AUXILIARY SUPERVISORY CONTACTS 28 RESISTIVE VDC, 1 AMP COMMON LOAD SIG GND or COM(-) NOT USED Figure 31 Main Fire Alarm Module Terminal Connections Field Wiring 49

50 IND1+ (Y/Z) NAC INDICATION CIRCUIT (POWER LIMITED) IND2+ (Y/Z) NACii 1 IND1+ (Z) SUPERVISED INDICATING CIRCUIT #1 IND1- (Z) STYLE Y (CLASS B) WIRING IND1- (Y/Z) INDICATION CIRCUIT 2 IND2+ (Z) (POWER LIMITED) IND2- (Z) STYLE Z (CLASS A) WIRING IND2- (Y/Z) INDICATING CIRCUITS 3 & 4 ARE NOT SHOWN Legend: See Appendix A for compatible devices. BELL, HORN, OR STROBE 3.9K 1/2W ELR LISTED S5434 MODEL MP-300 MANUFACTURED BY MIRCOM Figure 32 Main Fire Alarm Module Terminal Connections (continued) Notes: The terminal blocks are "depluggable" for ease of wiring. All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Notes: All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Indicating (NAC) circuits are fully supervised and rated for 24 VDC unfiltered 1.7A max. Use wire size as stated in Table 15 NAC Circuit Wiring Table on page 63. ANALOG LOOP 2 CONNECTIONS (LOOP 0 AND LOOP1 ARE INTERNAL ADDRESSES FOR FIRST 8 CARDS AND SECOND 8 CARDS RESPECTIVELY + 4-WIRE POWER SUPPLY -+ AUX. POWER - TRB RTI INTERFACE TRL ANALOG LOOP FIELD WIRING (CLASS A OR B) SEE ANALOG LOOP WIRING SECTION CONNECTION TO MIRCOM RTI REMOTE TROUBLE INDICATOR (SEE RTI INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION) BLK TOTRB+ BLU TO TRL-RED & WHT TO AUX. POWER COM+ END OF LINE RELAY RED & WHT LISTED S3403 AUXILIARY POWER MODEL A77-716B FOR REMOTE ANNUNCIATORS 24 VDC UNFILTERED 1.7 AMPS MAXIMUM 4-WIRE DETECTION DEVICE MANUFACTURED BY SYSTEM SENSOR BLK BLURTI TO +++INITIATING CIRCUIT - - DETECTION - 32 4 1 ++- POWER - 6 5 LOOP 2 BA + -+ -+ - -+++ - - SUPERVISED INDICATING CIRCUIT #2 Field Wiring

S STWO WIRES TWO WIRES BA S SO 2 Pair 4-WIRE RESETTABLE SUPPLY +- IND1 + (Y/Z) IND1 + (Z) IND1 - (Z) IND1 - (Y/Z) F S LOOP 2 SH CsConventional Heat Sensors and Manual Pull Stations MAIN FIRE ALARM BOARD INDICATING CIRCUITS M M Cs Cs Cs FX-2000 F H H F ANALOG COM(-) LOOP CONNECTIONS +-+- M NACSOi 8.2 Analog Loop Wiring 8.2.1 Loop Terminal Connections - Class B CsH LEGEND Addressable Smoke Detector with Standard Analog Base Addressable Thermal Sensor with Standard Analog Base Conventional Smoke Sensor Addressable Manual Pull Station Figure 33 Loop Terminal Connections - Class B Notes: Terminal blocks are “depluggable” for ease of wiring. All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Loop wiring: maximum loop resistance is 40 ohms total. These lines are fully supervised. Observe in and out polarity when using module and base isolators. Combination Horn/Strobe Addressable Monitor Module F Addressable Supvr. Output Module End-Of-Line-Resistor Field Wiring 51

8.2.2 Loop Terminal Connections - Style 7 Figure 34 Loop Terminal Connections - Style 7 Notes: All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Isolators need to be close nipple connected to the device being protected. Loop wiring: maximum loop resistance is 40 ohms total. These lines are fully supervised. TWO WIRES F TWO WIRES 4-WIRE RESETTABLE SUPPLY I I S I I I I I I H S HI F CsM ADDRESSABLE SMOKE DETECTOR WITH ISOLATOR BASE FX-2000 ANALOG LOOP CONNECTIONS TWO WIRES LOOP 2 M COM(-) STYLE 7: For Style 7 operation use isolator bases for the detectors and use isolator modules (front and back as shown in this diagram) for the addressable pull stations, monitor modules, and control modules ADDRESSABLE THERMAL MAIN FIRE ALARM BOARD Conventional Heat Sensors SENSOR and Manual Pull Stations WITH ISOLATOR BASE i Cs A B +-+- + - AUXILIARY +POWER SUPPLY - LEGEND Addressable Smoke Detector with Isolator Base Addressable Thermal Sensor with Isolator Base Conventional Smoke Sensor F Addressable Manual Pull Station Fault Isolator Module Addressable Monitor Module 52 Field Wiring

8.2.3 Loop Terminal Connections - Style 6 (Formerly Class A) F 4-WIRE RESETTABLE SUPPLY Figure 35 Loop Terminal Connections - Style 6 (Formerly Class A) F ADDRESSABLE THERMAL SENSOR FX-2000 ADDRESSABLE SMOKE DETECTORS MAIN FIRE ALARM BOARD ANALOG LOOP CONNECTIONS LEGEND +Addressable Smoke Detector - AUXILIARY Addressable Thermal Sensor POWER SUPPLY F Addressable Manual Pull Station Addressable Monitor Module +- H M M S S H MRO Addressable Relay Output Module TWO WIRES TWO WIRES B A Conventional 4-Wire Smoke Detectors, Heat Sensors and Manual Pull Stations COM(-) L+OO-P +2 - S Field Wiring RO 53

54 ALC-198S LOOP MODULE SINGLE i +-+- SHIELD MAIN FIRE FX-2000 ALARM BOARD 8.2.4 Single Loop Terminal Connections - Class B Figure 36 Single Loop Terminal Connections - Class B Notes: All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Loop wiring: maximum loop resistance is 40 ohms total. These lines are fully supervised. TWO WIRES S S F M Conventional Heat Sensors and Manual Pull Stations TWO WIRES SO 2 Pair ANALOG LOOP A A B MCs Cs Cs Cs TWO WIRES F H H H S F LEGEND 4-WIRE RESETTABLE SAddressable with Standard Smoke Analog Sensor Base SUPPLY H Addressable with Standard Thermal Analog Sensor Base MCsConventional Sensor + - IND1 + (Y/Z) IND1 + (Z) Smoke IND1 - (Z) IND1 - (Y/Z) F Addressable Manual Pull Station SO Combination Horn/Strobe Addressable Monitor Module Addressable Supvr. Output Module End-Of-Line-Resistor Field Wiring

ALC-198S SINGLE LOOP MODULE ANALOG LOOP A STYLE 7: For Style 7 operation use isolator bases for the detectors and use isolator modules (front and back as shown in this diagram) for the addressable pull stations, monitor modules, and control modules i 8.2.5 Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 7 Figure 37 Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 7 Notes: All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Isolators need to be close nipple connected to the device being protected. Loop wiring: maximum loop resistance is 40 ohms total. These lines are fully supervised. TWO WIRES I TWO WIRES I F I S I I TWO WIRES I H Cs F F ADDRESSABLE SMOKE DETECTOR WITH ISOLATOR BASE I A B+-TWO WIRES +- M I Cs MAddressable Monitor Module I ADDRESSABLE THERMAL SENSOR Conventional Heat Sensors WITH ISOLATOR and Manual Pull Stations BASE LEGEND S Addressable Smoke Sensor with Isolator Base HAddressable Thermal Sensor with Isolator Base Conventional Smoke Sensor Addressable Manual Pull Station Fault Isolator Module Field Wiring 55

ALC-198S SINGLE LOOP MODULE ANALOG LOOP A 56 8.2.6 Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 6 Figure 38 Single Loop Terminal Connections - Style 6 Notes: All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Loop wiring: maximum loop resistance is 40 ohms total. These lines are fully supervised. M F HF ADDRESSABLE THERMAL SENSOR M ADDRESSABLE SMOKE DETECTORS LEGEND Addressable Smoke Sensor Addressable Thermal Sensor F Addressable Manual Pull Station Addressable Monitor Module Addressable Relay Output Module TWO WIRES S RO MRO S H S Conventional 4-Wire Smoke Detectors, Heat Sensors and Manual Pull Stations i +A B -+- Field Wiring

8.2.7 Detection Module (DM-1008A) Terminal Connections Wire devices to terminals as shown in Figure 39. For further wiring information 8.8 Wiring Tables and Information. For specifications 12.0 Appendix A: Specifications. For compatible devices 13.0 Appendix B: Compatible Devices. Jumpers are required for Class A operation. INI1+ SUPERVISED INITIATING CIRCUIT #1 (ALARM ZONE) (POWER LIMITED) INI1- STYLE B/D INI1 INI2+ SUPERVISED INITIATING CIRCUIT #2 (SUPERVISORY OR WATERFLOW ZONE) INI2- (POWER LIMITED) INI3+ INI3- STYLE B/D INI2 INI4+ SUPERVISED INITIATING CIRCUIT #3 (ALARM ZONE) SEE STYLE D NOTE (POWER LIMITED) INI4- INI5+ Style D Note: Initiating circuits in a series INI5- FX-2000 must be either all Style B (Class B) STYLE B/D or Style D (Class A). If Style D is selected, the INI3 INI6+ number of circuits is cut in half. INI6- INI7+ INI7- INI8+ INI8- PULL STATION Figure 39 Hardwire Detection Module (DM-1008A) Terminal Connections i Notes: Terminal blocks are “depluggable” for ease of wiring. All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. Initiating circuits are fully supervised and rated for 22 VDC, 3 mA standby, 5 mV ripple, 50 mA max alarm. They may be configured as required. The alarm threshold is 21 mA. Maximum loop resistance is 100 ohms, 50 ohms per side. All conventional hardwire initiating circuits are Compatibility ID "A". Legend: See Appendix B for compatible devices. SMOKE DETECTOR SUPERVISORY OR WATERFLOW STYLE B/D INI4 SWITCH (NO) HEAT DETECTOR 3.9K 1/2W ELR LISTED S5434 MODEL MP-300 MANUFACTURED BY MIRCOM Field Wiring STYLE B (CLASS B) WIRING STYLE B (CLASS B) WIRING STYLE D (CLASS A) WIRING 57

58 8.3 NAC Signal Module (SGM-1004A) Terminal Connections Wire devices to terminals as shown in Figure 40. For further wiring information 8.8 Wiring Tables and Information. For specifications 12.0 Appendix A: Specifications. For compatible devices 13.0 Appendix B: Compatible Devices. IND1+ (Y/Z) INDICATION CIRCUIT 1 IND1+ (Z) STYLE Y (POWER SUPERVISED INDICATING CIRCUIT #1 (CLASS B) LIMITED) IND1- (Z) WIRING IND1- (Y/Z) IND2+ (Y/Z) INDICATION CIRCUIT 2 IND2+ (Z) (POWER LIMITED) IND2- (Z) SUPERVISED INDICATING CIRCUIT #2 STYLE Z (CLASS A) WIRING IND2- (Y/Z) IND3+ (Y/Z) INDICATION CIRCUIT 3 IND3+ (Z) STYLE Y (POWER SUPERVISED INDICATING CIRCUIT #3 LIMITED) IND4+ (Z) IND4- (Z) IND4- (Y/Z) Figure 40 Hardwire Signal Module Terminal Connections Notes: The terminal blocks are “depluggable” for ease of wiring. All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. SGM-1004A NAC circuits are fully supervised and rated for 24 VDC unfiltered 1.7A max. They must use wire size as stated in the wiring tables on page 63. (CLASS B) WIRING IND4+ (Y/Z) STYLE Z (CLASS A) WIRING Legend: See Appendix B for compatible devices. SMOKE DETECTOR 3.9K 1/2W ELR LISTED S5434 MODEL MP-300 MANUFACTURED BY MIRCOM i IND3- (Z) INDICATION CIRCUIT 4 (POWER LIMITED) IND3- (Y/Z) SUPERVISED INDICATING CIRCUIT #4 Field Wiring

8.4 Relay Module (RM-1008(A)) Terminal Connections Relays are available as shown in Figure 41 COM COM AUX RELAY 5 AUX RELAY 1 RLY 5 NC CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP CONTACTS NC 28 VDC, 1 AMP RESISTIVE LOAD RESISTIVE LOAD NONOCOM RLY 6 NCRLY 2 NOCOM NCNOCOM NC NOFigure 41 Hardwire Relay Module Terminal Connections Notes: All relay circuits are power limited and must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. All relay circuits must be connected to a listed power limited source of supply. Attention: Do not connect 120 VAC directly to these relays. RLY 1 COM NCNOCOM NCNOCOM NC NOi! AUX RELAY 6 AUX RELAY 2 CONTACTS CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP 28 VDC, 1 AMP RESISTIVE LOAD RESISTIVE LOAD AUX RELAY 7 AUX RELAY 3 RLY 7 CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP RLY 3 CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP RESISTIVE LOAD RESISTIVE LOAD AUX RELAY 8 AUX RELAY 4 RLY 8 CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP RLY 4 CONTACTS 28 VDC, 1 AMP RESISTIVE LOAD RESISTIVE LOAD Field Wiring 59

60 8.5 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (PR-300) Wiring Wire PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (if used) as shown in Figure 42 below. Power Limited cable type FPL, FPLR or FPLP must be used. For USA installation, the installer must use Atlantic Scientific (Tel: 407-725-8000), Model #24544 Protective Device, or similar UL-Listed QVRG secondary protector, as shown. For use in Canada, the Protective Device is not required but still recommended. PR-300 +CITY TIE LOCAL ENERGY -+-+- POWER LIMITED CABLE TYPE FPL, FPLR or FPLP MUST BE USED FROM PR-300 TO PROTECTORS. Figure 42 Polarity reversal and city tie module terminal connection i Notes: Either the PR-300's city tie or polarity reversal interface may be used, but not both. The city tie interface is not power limited. Plug PR-300 ribbon cable (P1) into connector (P4) of the FX-2000 main fire alarm module. Cut jumper (JW1) on the PR-300 module in order to transmit a trouble condition to the monitoring station. Remove jumper plug from jumper JW4 on the main fire alarm module. The polarity reversal interface is power limited and must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable. For polarity reversal operation, short the city tie connection. 1PROTECTOR 1+RATED - 24VDC FILTERED TRIP COIL - 14 Ohms, 250mA, 22-5mV RIPPLE SSPOLARITY REVERSAL ALARM 11+24VDC OPEN 12VDC AT 3.5mA 28mA MAX. SHORT 2-S S POLARITY REVERSAL SUPV. 24VDC OPEN 12VDC AT 3.5mA 8mA MAX. SHORT 1+2- S12S USE A SHORTING WIRE WHEN THE CITY TIE IS NOT USED POWER LIMITED POWER LIMITED POWER LIMITED CONFIRMS TO NEMA STANDARD SB3-1969 INTENDED FOR CONNECTION TO POLARITY REVERSAL CIRCUIT OF A REMOTE DIN RAIL CONNECTION TO EARTH GROUND STATION RECEIVING UNIT HAVING COMPATIBLE RATINGS PROCTECTOR 12S12S DIN RAIL CONNECTION TO EARTH GROUND Field Wiring

8.6 UDACT-300A Main Board Terminal Connections Wire the two telephone lines to RJ31X Connector terminals as shown in Figure 43. The UDACT-300A terminals are located on the top left hand corner of the board. If using a cellular or wireless service, use the Line 2 interface connection only. 1 2 3 Figure 43 Telephone Line Wiring Diagram Note: Most Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) do not allow the connection of premise telephones. see specifications for more information. 4 8 5 TIP 7 6 RING Public switch RJ31X Telephone company wiring TIP RING N WORBY ERGN EERGD ERRES C.O. RES C.O. premise telephone IF permitted Line 2 is Wired as shown for Line 1 T TR R LINE-1 LINE-2 UDACT-300A i T TR R Field Wiring 61

62 8.7 Power Supply Connections The power supply is part of the main chassis. The ratings are outlined in Table 13. Table 13 Power Supply Ratings Model Electrical Input Ratings Using proper wire gauge, connect as shown in Figure 44. For specifications see 12.0 Appendix A: Specifications. Figure 44 Power Supply Connections Power Supply Total Current Battery Fuse on Main Module FX-2003-6DS & FX-2003- 6DS-16LED Main Chassis 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 2A / 240VAC, 50hz, 1A 6 amps maximum Replace with 20 Amp, 1-1/4" Fuse FX-2003-12DS, FX-2003- 12XTDS,FX-2017-12ADS & FX-2017S-12ADS Main Chassis 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 2A / 240VAC, 50hz, 1A 12 amps maximum Replace Fuse with 20 Amp, 1-1/4" FX-2009-12DS & FX-2009S- 12DS Main Chassis 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 2A / 240VAC, 50hz, 1A 12 amps maximum Replace Fuse with 20 Amp, 1-1/4" CONNECT GREEN EARTH GROUND WIRE TO MAIN MODULE PCB P10 P11 P12 P13 MOUNTING SCREW. FUSE BAT + TO DEDICATED BLACK BRANCH CIRCUIT TO 24 VDC BATTERY RED L L N G 20 Amp FAST ACTING FUSE GREEN ! Caution: To prevent sparking, connect batteries after the system’s main A.C. power is turned ON. Do not exceed power supply ratings. Field Wiring

8.8 Wiring Tables and Information Table 14 Wiring Table for Initiating Circuits Wire Gauge Maximum Wiring Run to Last Device (ELR) (AWG) ft. m 22 2990 910 20 4760 1450 18 7560 2300 16 12000 3600 14 19000 5800 12 30400 9200 iNote: Maximum loop resistance should not exceed 100 Ohms. Main board NAC circuits are rated for 1.7 amps each. The SGM-1004A NAC circuits are rated for 1.7 amps each. Table 15 NAC Circuit Wiring Table TOTAL SIGNAL LOAD i MAXIMUM WIRING RUN TO LAST DEVICE (ELR) MAX. LOOP 18AWG 16AWG 14AWG 12AWG RESISTANCE Amperes ft m ft m ft m ft m Ohms 0.06 2350 716 3750 1143 6000 1829 8500 2591 30 0.12 1180 360 1850 567 3000 915 4250 1296 15 0.30 470 143 750 229 1200 366 1900 579 6 0.60 235 71 375 114 600 183 850 259 3 0.90 156 47 250 76 400 122 570 174 2 1.20 118 36 185 56 300 91 425 129 1.5 1.50 94 29 150 46 240 73 343 105 1.2 1.70 78 24 125 38 200 61 285 87 1.0 Note: Maximum voltage drop should not exceed 1.8 volts. Field Wiring 63 64 i Table 16 Analog Loop Wiring Notes: Line capacitance shall not exceed 0.5 mF Inductance shall not exceed 1 mH.

Wire Gauge Maximum Wiring Run to Last Device (ELR) (AWG) ft m 18 3132 955 16 4980 1518 14 7971 2429 12 10,000 3049 Resistance shall not exceed 40 ohms. Power Wiring Use Table 15 NAC Circuit Wiring Table on the previous page to see the wiring information for the remote annunciator being used. RS-485 Wiring See the wiring information for the remote annunciator being used.

4-Wire Smoke Wiring The maximum allowable current is 0.2 amperes. The maximum allowed voltage drop is 1 volt. Refer to Table 15 NAC Circuit Wiring Table on the previous page. Shield for Analog Loop Wiring Only twisted pair is recommended, but if shielded twisted pair is used, wire shield at the start and the end of the loop to the terminals marked Shield at the loop adder board. Field Wiring

9.0 System Checkout 9.1 Before Turning the Power On 1. To prevent sparking, do not connect the batteries. Connect the batteries after powering the system from the main AC supply. 2. Check that all modules are installed in the proper location with the proper connections. 3. Check all field (external) wiring for opens, shorts, and ground. 4. Check that all interconnection cables are secure, and that all connectors are plugged in properly. 5. Check all jumpers and switches for proper setting. 6. Check the AC power wiring for proper connection. 7. Check that the chassis is connected to EARTH GROUND (cold water pipe). i Note: When using Class A and isolators on an addressable loop, configure system as Class B, wire loop as Class A, except do not connect the last device back to the panel. Do a system checkout. Then connect the return of the Class A circuit and configure as Class A. 9.2 Power-Up Procedure 1. After completing the above procedures, power up the panel (AC only). The green AC On LED and the Common Trouble LED should illuminate, and the buzzer should sound. 2. Press the System Reset button. Since the batteries are not connected, the Battery Trouble LED should illuminate, the trouble buzzer should sound intermittently, and the Common Trouble LED should flash. 3. Connect the batteries while observing correct polarity: the red wire is positive (+) and the black wire is negative (-). All indicators should extinguish except for the AC On LED and the LCD should show a normal status condition. 4. Auto-Configure or PC Configure the fire alarm control panel as described in the configurator software. 9.3 Troubleshooting Table 17 Troubleshooting Message Description Circuit Trouble Normally when a circuit trouble occurs, its designated trouble indicator will be illuminated, as well as the Common Trouble indicator and Trouble buzzer. To correct the fault, check for open wiring on that particular circuit loop or see if the circuit disconnect switch is in the ON or CLOSED position. Note: disconnecting a circuit will cause a system trouble (off-normal position). Ground Fault The FX-2000 panel has a Ground Fault Detector. To correct the fault, check for any external wiring touching the chassis or other earth ground connection. Battery Trouble Check for the presence of batteries and their condition. Low voltage (below 20.4V) will cause a battery trouble. If battery trouble condition persists, replace the batteries as soon as possible. System Checkout 65

66 10.0 Indicators and Controls Refer to Figure 45 and Figure 46 below for LED indicators, control buttons, and switch locations associated with the main control displays. LCD Display - four lines, 20 characters per line Cursor buttons and buttons for M (MENU), X (CANCEL), ? (INFO) and ENTER Indicators for AC On, CPU Fault, and Ground Fault ACK controls and indicators for Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble, ALM SUP and BLDG (Monitor) ACK ACK SIGNAL LAMP SYSTEM FIRE SILENCE TEST RESET DRILL Controls & Indicators for Signal Silence, Lamp Test, System Reset, Fire Drill, General Alarm (Two Stage only), General Alarm Cancel (Two Stage only) Figure 45 DSPL-420 Main Display Indicators and Controls GENERAL ALARM CANCEL Two configurable switches & amber LEDs TBL ACK BLDG ACK Indicators and Controls GENERAL ALARM

Refer to Figure 46 below for main display model DSPL-420-16TZDS. This display is similar to the DSPL-420 shown in Figure 45 except for the extra 16 configurable bi-coloured LED zone indicators and 16 trouble LED indicators.

16 configurable bi-coloured zone indicators and 16 trouble indicators Queue controls and indicators for Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble and Monitor AC On Indicator AC On Indicator CPU Fault IndicatorGround Fault CPU Fault IndicatorGround Fault CPU Fault IndicatorGround Fault

Figure 46 DSPL-420-16TZDS Main Display Indicators and Controls LED indicators are amber (trouble or supervisory), red (alarm), or green (AC On), and may illuminate continuously (steady) or at one of two flash rates: 10.1 Paper Labels for Buttons and Indicators Buttons and indicators are supplied with paper labels. These labels slide into the plastic label templates on the face of the panel. Paper labels allow for easy English / French selection and custom-printed zone information. Indicator ACK ACK

LCD Display 4 lines 20 characters Menu ACK ACK ACK LAMP TEST Cancel Info GENERAL ALARM CANCEL GENERAL ALARM CANCEL Cursor buttons and Enter button Control and Indicators for Signal Silence, General Alarm, General Alarm Cancel, Fire Drill, System Reset, Lamp Test and Spare programmable Buttons i Fast Flash 120 flashes per minute, 50% duty cycle Note: The General Alarm LED and pushbutton, and the General Alarm Cancel LED and pushbutton, are active only on a system configured for “Two Stage.”

Trouble Flash 20 flashes per minute, 50% duty cycle Indicators and Controls 67 68 10.2 Common Indicators Table 18 Common Indicators Indicators Description Buzzer The Buzzer is activated by any of the following Fire Alarm - Steady Supervisory Alarm - Fast Rate Trouble - Trouble Rate Monitor - Configurable to sound at Trouble Rate If the Buzzer is turned on in response to a Non-Latching Trouble or Supervisory, it will be turned off if the condition causing it goes away and there is no other reason for it to be on. AC On LED The AC On Indicator is activated steady green while the main AC power is within acceptable levels. It is turned off when the level falls below the power-fail threshold and the panel is switched to standby (battery) power. Alarm ACK LED The Common Alarm LED flashes red whenever the Panel is in Alarm. An alarm results from any alarm on any point or input programmed as Alarm or activation of the manual red General Alarm Button (if the Panel is set for Two Stage Operation). The Alarm ACK LED will go steady, once all alarms in the queue have been reviewed using the Alarm ACK button. Since all Alarms are latched until the Panel is reset, the Common Alarm LED will remain on until then. Supervisory ACK LED The Common Supv. (Supervisory) LED flashes amber at the Fast Flash Rate when there is a Supervisory Alarm in the Panel, as the result of any Latching or Non-Latching Supervisory Circuit. The LED turns off if all Non-Latching Supervisory Circuits are restored and there are no Latching Supervisory Circuits active. The Supv. ACK LED will go steady, once all supervisory alarms in the supervisory queue have been reviewed using the Supv. ACK button. Latching Supervisory Alarms remain active until the Panel is reset. Trouble ACK LED The Common Trouble LED flashes amber at the Trouble Flash Rate when there is any Trouble condition being detected on the panel. It is turned off when all Non-Latching Troubles are cleared. The Trouble ACK LED will go steady, once all troubles in the trouble queue have been reviewed using the Trouble ACK button. BLDG (Monitor) ACK LED The BLDG Trouble Indicator flashes amber at the Trouble Flash Rate when there is any Monitor condition being detected on the panel. It is turned off when all Monitors are cleared. CPU Fault LED The CPU Fault Indicator is flashed yellow at the Trouble Flash Rate if the CPU is faulty. Fire Drill LED The Fire Drill Indicator turns on steady amber while Fire Drill is active. Indicators and Controls Table 18 Common Indicators Indicators Description General Alarm Cancel If the Panel is configured as Two Stage, the General Alarm Cancel Indicator flashes amber at the Fast Flash Rate while the Auto General Alarm Timer is timing out. It turns on steady amber when that Timer is cancelled by activating the General Alarm Cancel or Signal Silence buttons. If the Auto General Alarm Timer times-out and puts the Panel into General Alarm, the Indicator is turned off. General Alarm LED In Two Stage Operation only, the General Alarm Indicator is activated steady red when General Alarm is activated due to the red General Alarm button being pushed, a General Alarm Initiating Circuit being activated, or the Auto General Alarm Timer timing out. Once the General Alarm Indicator has been turned on it will stay active until the Panel is reset. Signal Silence LED The Signal Silence indicator is flashed amber, at the trouble rate when Indication Circuits are Silenced either by the Signal Silence button, or by the Auto Signal Silence Timer. It is turned off when the Signals are re-sounded by a subsequent Alarm. Ground Fault LED The Ground Fault Indicator flashes amber at the Trouble Rate when the Ground Fault Detector detects a Ground Fault on any field wiring. It turns off immediately when the Ground Fault is cleared. 10.3 Common Controls 10.3.1 LCD Display The display is a large 4 line by 20 character back-lit alphanumeric LCD. It displays information on the panel and its devices. There are cursor buttons for menu selection and control. Information provided by the LCD display is an alarm log, an event log, current levels, device information, verification and maintenance reports. 10.3.2 ACK (Queue) Buttons Use the ACK buttons to select a particular queue to acknowledge. • Use the Alarm ACK button to view all alarms. Pressing this button will show the latest alarm on the LCD display. Use and to view all previous alarms. • Use the Supervisory ACK button to view all supervisory conditions. Pressing this button will show the latest supervisory information on the LCD display. Use and to view all previous supervisory conditions on the LCD display. • Use the Trouble ACK button to view all trouble conditions. Pressing this button will show the latest trouble condition on the LCD display. Use and to view any previous troubles. • Use the BLDG (monitor) ACK Button to show all monitor conditions. Pressing this button will show the latest monitor information on the LCD display. Use and to view all queued monitor conditions. Indicators and Controls 69 70 ACK BUTTONS CURSOR BUTTONS ENTER MENU CANCEL INFO SIGNAL LAMP SYSTEM FIRE SILENCE TEST RESET DRILL Queues are displayed on the screen according to a priority sequence. Queue priority ranking from highest to lowest is as follows: alarm, supervisory, trouble, and monitor. If, for example, you are viewing a monitor queue and an alarm occurs, the display will immediately display the alarm condition. Also, if there is no activity on the system for 10 seconds after you have pressed a queue button, the display will switch to the highest priority condition. ALM ACK 10.3.3 Cursor Buttons These four buttons around the Enter Button are used for up (previous), down (latest), left, and right selection of items on the LCD Display. Enter Button This button is used to select a displayed item on the LCD Display. Cancel Button This button is used to cancel an operation. Menu Button This button is used to initiate the FX-2000 Menu System. Info Button This button is used to get more details about a displayed item. 10.3.4 Signal Silence Button Activation of the Signal Silence button when the Panel is in Alarm, turns on the Signal Silence Indicator and deactivates any Silenceable NAC Circuits. Non-Silenceable Circuits are unaffected. Signals will re-sound upon any subsequent Alarm. This button does not function during any configured Signal Silence Inhibit Timer period. It also does not function if the NAC Circuits are active as the result of a Fire Drill. In a Two Stage System, if the Auto General Alarm Timer has timed out, this Signal Silence button also performs the same function as the General Alarm Cancel button. SUP TBL ACK ACK BLDG ACK Indicators and Controls 10.3.5 Lamp Test Button Activation of the Lamp Test button turns all front panel Indicators on steady in whichever colour they would normally be activated and turns the buzzer on steady. If Lamp Test is active for more than 10 seconds, Common Trouble is activated. 10.3.6 System Reset Button The System Reset button causes the Fire Alarm Control Panel, and all Circuits, to be reset • Resets all Latching, Trouble Conditions • Resets all Initiating Circuits • Resets 4-Wire Smoke Supply and Aux. Power Supply • Turns off all NAC Circuits • Turns off Signal Silence, Ack & GA Indicators • Turns off Fire Drill • Stops and resets all Timers • Processes inputs as new events • Aux Disconnect is not affected • Reset cannot be activated until the Signal Silence Inhibit timer has expired. 10.3.7 Signal Silence Button Activation of the Signal Silence button when the Panel is in Alarm, turns on the Signal Silence Indicator and deactivates any Silenceable NAC Circuits. Non-Silenceable Circuits are unaffected. Signals will re-sound upon any subsequent Alarm. This button does not function during any configured Signal Silence Inhibit Timer period. It also does not function if the NAC Circuits are active as the result of a Fire Drill. In a Two Stage System, if the Auto General Alarm Timer has timed out, this Signal Silence button also performs the same function as the General Alarm Cancel button. 10.3.8 Fire Drill Button The Fire Drill button activates all programmed and non-Disconnected NAC Circuits, but does not transmit any Alarms via the City Tie, or Common Alarm Relay. Fire Drill may be programmed to operate specific NAC Circuits. Fire Drill is cancelled by pressing the button again (toggle switch), or if the Panel goes into a real Alarm. 10.3.9 General Alarm Cancel Button (Two Stage Only) If the Panel is not configured for Two Stage Operation, this button does nothing. If the Panel is configured for Two Stage Operation, activation of the General Alarm Cancel (2 STAGE AUTO CANCEL) button while the Auto General Alarm Timer is timing (there is an Alarm in the Panel, but it is still in the First Stage), that timer is cancelled, and the General Alarm Cancel (2 STAGE AUTO CANCEL) Indicator is on steady amber. 10.3.10 General Alarm Button (Two Stage Only) If the Panel is not configured for Two Stage Operation, this button does nothing. If the Panel is configured for Two Stage Operation, activation of the General Alarm button immediately sends the Panel into Second Stage - General Alarm. It will also re-activate the Signals if they have been Silenced during General Alarm. The General Alarm condition remains active until the Panel is reset. Indicators and Controls 71 72 11.0 Operation NOTICE TO USERS, INSTALLERS, AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION, AND OTHER INVOLVED PARTIES This product incorporates field-programmable software. In order for the product to comply with the requirements in the Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864, certain programming features or options must be limited to specific values or not used at all as indicated below. Program feature or option Permitted in UL 864? (Y/N) Possible settings Settings permitted in UL 864 Delay Output Timer YES The following chapter describes operation of the FX-2000 Series FACPs including: • Single Stage Operation • Two Stage Operation • Pre-Signal Operation • UUKL Feature • Output Circuit Delay Operation • Circuit Types • Initiating (Detection) Circuit Type • NAC (Signal) Circuits Types • Evacuation Codes 11.1 Single Stage Operation In a single stage system, all alarm inputs are treated in a similar manner. Alarm inputs include any of the following: non-verified alarm, verified alarm, sprinkler alarm, water-flow alarm, and general alarm circuits. Any of these alarm inputs occurring when the panel is not already in alarm cause the following: • The buzzer sounds steadily • If fire drill is active, it is cancelled • The Common Alarm LED turns on • The Common Alarm relay activates if Aux disconnect is not active • The Auto Signal Silence timer, if configured, starts • The Signal Silence Inhibit timer, if configured, starts • All non-disconnected NAC programmed to the input are activated provided that Aux disconnect is not active • Non-disconnected strobes associated with the input are activated • Non-disconnected signals associated with the input are activated at the evacuation rate • Subsequent alarms when the panel is already in alarm, cause the following: • The alert buzzer sounds steadily 4 seconds maximum (due to worst case loop delay of 6 seconds) 10 seconds Monitor Buzzer NO Sounding at the Fast Rate or OFF OFF Operation • If Signals have been silenced, they are resounded, the Signal Silence LED turns off, and the Auto Signal Silence timer, if configured, is restarted • Any additional non-disconnected strobes associated with the input are activated continuously • Any additional non-disconnected signals associated with the new input are activated at the evacuation rate 11.2 Two Stage Operation In a two stage system, alarm inputs are either first stage (alert) inputs or second stage (general alarm) inputs. First stage inputs include inputs from the following types of circuits: non-verified alarm, verified alarm, sprinkler alarm, and water-flow alarm. Second stage inputs include alarms on the general alarm circuits, activation of the General Alarm button, or expiration of the Auto General Alarm timer. Any of these alarm inputs occurring when the panel is not already in alarm cause the following: • The buzzer sounds steadily • If fire drill is active, it is cancelled • The Common Alarm LED turns on • The Common Alarm relay activates if Aux disconnect is not active • The Auto Signal Silence timer, if configured, starts • The Signal Silence Inhibit timer, if configured, starts • All Non-disconnected NAC programmed to the input are activated provided that Aux disconnect is not active If the alarm is a second stage alarm, • All non-disconnected strobe circuits are activated continuously • All non-disconnected signal circuits are activated at the evacuation rate • The General Alarm LED turns on. If the alarm is a First Stage alarm, • Non-disconnected strobe circuits programmed to that circuit are activated continuously • Non-disconnected signal circuits programmed to that circuit are activated with the alert code • The Auto General Alarm timer, if configured, starts • The General Alarm Cancel LED starts flashing. Subsequent First Stage alarms when the panel is already in alarm, cause the following: • The buzzer sounds steadily • If signals have been silenced as a result of the silence button or the Auto signal silence timer, signals are resounded as they were before signal silence, the Signal Silence LED turns off, and the Auto Signal Silence timer, if configured, is restarted • If the panel is not already in General Alarm, additional non-disconnected signals programmed to the new input are activated with the Alert Code (see NAC (Signal) Circuit Types on page 77). • If the panel is not already in General Alarm and if the General Alarm Cancel LED is on steady NAC that the Auto General Alarm timer has been acknowledged the timer is restarted and the General Alarm Cancel LED is extinguished. Operation 73 74 A second stage alarm (general alarm) when the panel is already in alarm causes the following: • The buzzer sounds steadily • All non-disconnected signals are activated at the evacuation rate • If the Signal Silence LED is on, it turns off and the Auto Signal Silence timer, if configured, is restarted • The General Alarm Cancel LED if on, turns off Alarm inputs are latching: they remain active until system reset. iNote: If the system is configured for correlations, any second stage / general alarm condition activates all NAC circuits whether they are correlated or not. 11.3 Pre-Signal Operation To configure the panel for pre-signal, all alarm inputs must be correlated to one NAC circuit that is wired to a Notification Appliance in the Control Room that is constantly monitored by an Operator. Using the FX-2000 Configurator, “Subsequent Alarm” in “Common System Status” must be correlated to turn on the Remaining NAC circuits in the system. To confirm the alarm (i.e. subsequent alarm) the operator can press the “General Alarm” button on the panel or activate a Manual Station in the Control Room. i Note: Pre-Signal is not permitted to be used in Canada. 11.4 UUKL feature The UUKL Feature on the FX-2000 Configurator is used only in conjunction with the FDG-008 and FDX-008W Fan Damper Controller modules. In each UUKL relay/equipment set, the user could set up the “Any of” operation. If this option is selected, the panel will still go into alarm directly if any detector is tripped. The only difference is that if a relay which is part of the smoke control is configured for “any of” operation, that relay will only activate after a configurable number of detectors are active. This operation is meant to be used in an atrium where multiple detector operation is required to start the smoke control operation but the signaling within the building is based upon the first detector to activate. For complete details refer to manual LT-966. 11.5 Output Circuit Delay Operation The relay function associated with an alarm initiating circuit may be delayed. There is a Output Delay timer associated with this, refer to Table below. This is programmed using the FX-2000 Operation Configuration software. The Output Delay timer is limited to elevator recall purpose only and has a maximum setting of 4 seconds. 11.6 Circuit Types The term circuits refers to an actual electrical interface, either initiating (detection) or NAC (signal). The term zone is a logical concept for a fire alarm protected area, and will consist of at least one circuit. Often the terms zone and circuit are used interchangeably, but in this manual the term circuit is used. 11.6.1 Initiating (Detection) Circuit Type Table 19 Initiating (Detection) Circuit Types

Initiating (Detection) Circuit Type Description

Non-Verified Alarm This is a "normal" type of alarm which may have pull stations, smoke detectors, or heat detectors attached. Any activation of these devices will immediately result in an alarm condition in the fire alarm control panel. An alarm condition causes the associated circuit Status LED and the Common Alarm LED to illuminate red. Verified Alarm These alarms are verified by a reset and timing procedure, and may have Manual Stations, smoke detectors attached. Any activation of Manual Stations will result in an alarm condition in the fire alarm control panel within four seconds. Smoke detectors will be verified for a real alarm within 60 seconds depending upon the startup time of the smoke detectors being used. If four seconds is too long a response time for pull stations, then they should be wired separately on a non-verified alarm circuit. An alarm condition causes the associated circuit Status LED and the Common Alarm LED to illuminate red. Verified Alarm is not permitted for heat detectors, 4-wire smoke detectors and smoke detectors with built-in alarm verification. Refer to Appendix F: Alarm Verification Timing on page 98 for details. Water-Flow Alarm An alarm for water-flow sensors. These alarms are identical to normal non-verified alarms except that any NAC circuits programmed to these circuits (all are by default) are non-silenceable. Also, if water-flow retard operation is enabled, then these circuits are sampled every one second; if ten samples are active within any 15 second interval, the water-flow alarm is confirmed and processed. An alarm condition causes the associated circuit Status LED and the Common Alarm LED to illuminate red. Note: Do not use the retard operation with any external retarding device; maximum retard may not exceed 120 seconds. Operation 75 76 Table 19 Initiating (Detection) Circuit Types (Continued)

Initiating (Detection) Circuit Type Description

Sprinkler Alarm An alarm for sprinkler flow sensors. These alarms are identical to normal non-verified alarms unless the water-flow retard operation is enabled. If water-flow retard operation is enabled, then these circuits are sampled every one second; if ten samples are active within any 15 second interval, the sprinkler alarm is confirmed and processed. An alarm condition causes the associated circuit Status LED and the Common Alarm LED to illuminate red. Note: Do not use the retard operation with any external retarding device; maximum retard may not exceed 120 seconds. General Alarm These alarms provide remote general alarm such as for remote key switches. In a two stage system, these inputs perform exactly the same function as the front panel or remote annunciator general alarm button. In a single stage system, these inputs act the same as non-verified alarms, but if correlations are enabled, general alarm initiating circuits are correlated to all NAC circuits. Non-Latching Supervisory These alarms are for supervisory devices. An activation on these circuits will cause the Circuit Status LED and the Common Supervisory LED to illuminate amber. The buzzer will sound continuously. If the circuit activation is removed, the supervisory condition will clear (so long as there are no other supervisory conditions in the system) and the circuit Status LED will extinguish. Latching Supervisory These alarms are for supervisory devices. An activation on these circuits will cause the Circuit Status LED and the Common Supervisory LED to illuminate amber. The buzzer will sound continuously. If the circuit activation is removed, the Supervisory condition will not clear. Monitor This is a supervised general purpose non-latching input used mainly for correlating to a relay circuit. No other system condition occurs as a result of its activation (short-circuit), although it is supervised for trouble (open-circuit). Trouble-Only This circuit is used for monitoring a trouble condition from an external device such as a Mircom QX-5000 Audio System. Both open and short circuits generate a non-latching trouble condition. Operation 11.6.2 NAC (Signal) Circuit Types Table 20 NAC (Signalling) Circuit Type

NAC (Signalling) Circuit Type Description

Silenceable Signal For audible devices such as bells and piezo mini-horns that may be silenced either manually or automatically. While sounding, these follow the pattern appropriate for the condition: the configured evacuation code (default is temporal code) during single-stage alarm, or two stage general alarm, or the alert code during a two stage system's alert (first) stage. Non-Silenceable Signal For audible devices such as bells and piezo mini-horns that may not be silenced either manually or automatically. While sounding, these follow the pattern appropriate for the condition: the configured evacuation code (default is temporal code) during single-stage alarm, or two-stage general alarm, or the alert code during a two stage system's alert (first) stage. Coded Signal For audible devices such as bells and piezo mini-horns that may be activated in code. The code consists of 4 digits with each digit consisting of 1-15 pulses on the signals. Each coded circuit can sound the complete code 1 to 15 times after which signals go silent or revert to programmed General Alarm rate. Note: The NFPA-72 and ULC-S527 specify temporal tone. However, for retrofits of systems that were previously approved, coded signalling is allowed. Strobe For visual devices such as strobes that use no code patterns (they are continuous). Operation 77


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