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PDF Content Summary: LifeAlarm Fire Alarm Controls UL, ULC, CSFM Listed; FM Approved; 4009 IDNet NAC Extender for Control with MEA (NYC) Acceptance* IDNet Communications or Conventional NACs Features Provides additional notification appliance circuit (NAC) capacity with flexible operation modes and power-limited design Up to 8 NACs Four, Class B NACs are standard: • Rated 2 A each for conventional reverse polarity 4009 IDNet 24 VDC notification appliances and providing NAC Extender multiple operation modes • Can be selected to provide synchronization for Simplex® visible notification strobe flashes CAUTIONDI SCO NNECT • Capable of controlling TrueAlert non-addressable notification appliances operating with SmartSync PO W ERBEFO RE SERVI CI NG Optional IDNet 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER Channel Repeater two-wire control mode** 1234 + 24V0V+IDNET- IDNETZONE +ZONE -IDC +IDC PWR PWR 5678- Input control options: SIM PLEX TIM E RECORDER CO. 4090-9101MONITOR ZAM, C LASS BIN STAL. IN STR. 574-183 DATE CODE:1 • IDNet addressable communications from a Simplex model 4007ES, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U Fire Alarm Control Panel** • Or from one or two conventional 24 VDC NACs with multiple output control options IDNet communications control benefits: • Provides status monitoring and individual NAC control using a single address per 4009 IDNet NAC Extender IDNet Fiber Optic Transmitter • Supports IDNet “Device Level” earth fault location WALKTEST operation is available with either input choice 4007ES, 4010 (shown), 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U Internal 8 A power supply/battery charger: Fire Alarm Control Panel • Charges internal batteries up to 12.7 Ah or up to 18 Ah batteries in external cabinet FIREALARM 15PULL DOWN 26374 8 2-Wire IDNet Communications or Fiber Optic IDNet Communications or NAC Control FI RE ALARMCO NTRO L ** SYSTEM IS NORMAL ** 12:02:15pm Mon 9-Feb-98 FIREALARM SYSTEMSUPERVI SO SYSTEMTRO RY UBLEALARMSI LENCEDACPO W ER ALARMACK SUPVACK TRO UBLEALARMSYSTEMACK SILENCE RESET CAUTI O N DI SCO NNECT PO W ER BEFO R SERVI CI NG Fire Alarm Control Panel with Conventional NACs • Provides status monitoring of battery, input power, and 4009 IDNet NAC Extender Connection Reference Drawing earth faults • Rated 8 A for “Special Application” appliances; Introduction including Simplex 4901, 4903, 4904, and 4906 Series ADA Compliance. Complying with the notification horns, strobes, horn/strobes, and speaker/strobes requirements of ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) • Rated 6 A for “Regulated 24 DC” appliance power Optional 4009 IDNet NAC Extender modules: • IDNet Communications Repeater provides Class B or Class A output • IDNet Communications Fiber Optic Receiver/Repeater, available as Class B or Class X • Four additional Class B NACs, rated 1.5 A for Special Application appliances; 1 A for Regulated 24 DC appliance power • Class A, Two Circuit Adapter Module UL Listed to Standard 864 may require more notification appliance power than is available within the fire alarm control panel. When additional power is required, a Simplex 4009 IDNet NAC Extender can provide up to 8 A of NAC power with up to eight, supervised reverse polarity NACs. Location Flexibility. The 4009 IDNet NAC Extender can be mounted close to a compatible dedicated host panel or can be located remotely for convenient power distribution. Multiple operation modes and multiple connection options further increase location flexibility. Additional Information. For additional operation detail and application information, refer to Installation External Accessories Instructions 574-181 and field wiring diagram 842-068. IDNet communication fiber optic transmitters: • For applications requiring the data integrity available with fiber optic communications * ULC listed model is 4009-9202CA. This product has been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing 7300-0026:214 for allowable values and/or conditions concerning material presented in this document. Accepted for use – City of New York • Available as Class B or Class X Department of Buildings – MEA35-93E. Additional listings may be applicable; contact your local Simplex product supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals under • Mounts in standard six-gang electrical box Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Fire Protection Products. External battery cabinet for 18 Ah batteries ** 4100U requires revision 11 software or higher for compatibility. 4010 requires revision 2 software or higher for compatibility. S4009-0002-14 9/2015 Application and Operation Information IDNet Addressable Communications Compatible. Up to ten (10), 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders can be controlled per 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U IDNet communications channel; up to five (5) can be controlled on the 4010 IDNet communications channel. Each output NAC can be individually controlled for general alarm or selective area notification requiring only one point address per Extender. Individual Extender NACs can also be manually controlled from the host panel. IDNet controlled extenders will inform the host panel of troubles via IDNet communications. 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, and 4100U control panels control using multi-point rules, refer to data sheet S4090-0011 for details. Optional IDNet Repeaters. IDNet communications can be repeated with the optional IDNet Repeater Module or with the optional Fiber Optic Receiver Module. Up to 100 of the IDNet channel points can be repeated once (refer to pages 3 and 5 for details). Repeated IDNet communications also support the “device level” earth fault location utility of the host panel. Hardwire Control Applications. For applications where an existing (or new) conventional NAC needs additional power, the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender can be controlled directly from the NAC. Either one or two NACs, from either the same, or from different host fire alarm control panels, can be connected to control the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender output NACs. Multiple control selections provide flexible operation. (Refer to page 4 for more detail.) Alarms from the host panel will activate the four, 4009 IDNet NAC Extender NACs (or optionally, eight NACs) to extend the alarm. The 4009 IDNet Extender monitors itself and each of its output NACs for trouble conditions, including earth faults. Extenders wired to conventional NACs will indicate a trouble by opening the path to the NAC’s end-of-line resistor, but retaining the ability to respond to alarms. Individual troubles are also annunciated by LEDs located on the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender main circuit board. (Refer to page 7 for more diagnostic information.) Product Selection Standard Models Model Description 4009-9201** 4009-9202CA* 120 VAC input 4009 IDNet NAC Extender with 4, Class B NACs and 8 A power supply 4009-9301 240 VAC input * ULC listed model ** 4009-9201 has been seismic tested and is certified to IBC and CBC standards as well as to ASCE 7 categories A through F, requires battery brackets as detailed on data sheet S2081-0019 Optional Modules (for on-site installation) Model Description Comments 4009-9807 Additional four point NAC module, rated 1.5 A Special Application appliances; 1 A for Regulated 24 DC appliance power, Class B One maximum 4009-9808 Dual Class A adapter (for two NAC outputs) Select as required (4 maximum) 4009-9809 IDNet Repeater, output is Class A or Class B Select either an IDNet Repeater or a Fiber 4009-9810 4009-9811 Fiber Optic Receiver Class B Class A (IDNet), Class X (fiber) Optic Receiver as required; one transmitter can connect to one receiver 4009-9805 Red Appliqué for door Select if required 2975-9801 2975-9802 Semi-Flush Trim Kit Beige trim Red trim 1-7/16” wide (78 mm), use if required for semi-flush installations Battery Selection (select battery size per system requirements) Model Description Comments 2081-9272 6.2 Ah Battery, 12 VDC 2081-9274 10 Ah Battery, 12 VDC 2081-9288 12.7 Ah Battery, 12 VDC Two batteries are required, 24 VDC operation 2081-9275 18 Ah Battery, 12 VDC Requires external battery cabinet, two batteries are required, 24 VDC operation External Accessories (select per system requirements) Model Description Comments 4090-9105 IDNet Fiber Optic Transmitter Class B operation Mounts in six-gang electrical box, refer to 4090-9107 Class X operation page 4 for mounting details 4009-9801 External battery cabinet for up to 18 Ah batteries, beige 16-1/4” W x 13-1/2” H x 5-3/4” D (413 mm x 343 mm x 146 mm) 4081 Series End-of-Line Resistor Harnesses; see data sheet S4081-0003 for details 2 S4009-0002-14 9/2015 Typical IDNet Connection Example Typical IDNet compatible devices (Refer to individual devices for actual wiring requirements, some wiring is not shown.) 4007ES, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES (shown), or 4100U Fire Alarm Control Panel Typical Fiber Optic System Connections FIREALARM 1+ 24VZONE PWR +5230V+IDNETZONE -IDC +PWR 678 - IDNETIDC - 4 15PULL DOWN 263SIM PLEX TIM E RECORDER CO. 74090-9101MONITOR ZAM, C LASS BIN STAL. IN STR. 574-183 4 DATE CODE:8 1 IDNet addressable communications channel, shown Class B (Style 4) Output NACs, four standard, Conventional NAC operation (horns) eight with expansion option FRE ISelect conventional or SmartSync operation per NAC CAUTI ONDI SCO NNECT PO W ERBEFO RE SERVI CI NG 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER SmartSync operation (horns and strobes) 4009 IDNet NAC Extender with optional internal IDNet Repeater FRE IConventional NAC operation (strobes) Repeated IDNet Channel: FIREALARM 1+ 24VZONE PWR +5230V+IDNETZONE -IDC +PWR 67- IDNETIDC - 4 8 15up to 100 devices maximum on repeater output, PULL DOWN 263SIM PLEX TIM E RECORDER CO. 74090-9101MONITOR ZAM, C LASS B IN STAL. IN STR. 574-1834 DATE CODE:8 1 CAUTIONDISCONNECT 250 devices total on IDNet Channel POWERBEFORE SERVICING 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER IDNet devices and additional 4009 IDNet NAC Extender(s) NOTE: Up to ten (10) 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders may be connected per 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U IDNet channel, up to five (5) on the 4010 IDNet channel. IDNet communications can be repeated only once (can pass through only one series connected repeater or one fiber optic receiver). FI RE ALARM CO NTRO L DI SCO NNECT PO W ER BEFO R SERVI CI NG Two fiber cables, 3000 ft (914 m) maximum distance Four fiber cables, 3000 ft (914 m) maximum distance 4090-9107, Class A (Style 7) Output Fiber Optic Transmitter Output NACs 4090-9105, Class B (Style 4) Output Fiber Optic Transmitter CAUTIONDISCONNECT PO W ERBEFO RE SERVI CI NG 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER ** SYSTEM I S NO RM AL ** 12: 02: 15pm M on 9- Feb- 98 FI RES Y S T E M SYSTEMALARMACALARM S U P E R V I S TRO O R Y UBLESI LENCEDPO W ER ALARMSUPVT RO UBL ALARME SYSTEMACK ACK ACK SI L ENCE RESET CAUTI O N FIREALARM 1234 + 24V0V+IDNET- IDNETZONE +ZONE -IDC +IDC PWR PWR 5678- 1PULL DOWN 23SIM PLEX TIM E RECORDER CO. 4090-9101MONITOR ZAM, C LASS BIN STAL. IN STR. 574-183 4 DATE CODE:1 FIREALARM PULL DOWN SIM PLEX TIM E RECORDER CO. 4090-9101MONITOR ZAM, C LASS BIN STAL. IN STR. 574-183 DATE CODE:1 5678 IDNet addressable communications channel Class B (Style 4) or Class A (Style 6), Class B shown Repeated IDNet Channel: up to 100 devices maximum on repeater output, 250 devices total on IDNet Channel 4007ES, 4010 (shown), 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U Fire Alarm Control Panel 1+ 24V0VZONE PWR +5234 +IDNET- IDNETZONE -IDC +IDC PWR 678- 1526374 8 24 VDC power for fiber optic transmitters CAUTIONDISCONNECT PO W ERBEFO RE SERVI CI NG 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders with optional internal IDNet Fiber Receivers Output NACs NOTE: Up to ten (10) 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders may be connected per 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U IDNet channel, up to five (5) on the 4010 IDNet channel. IDNet communications can be repeated only once (can pass through only one series connected repeater or one fiber optic receiver). Fiber optic transmitters connect to only one receiver in a 4009 IDNet NAC Extender. 3 S4009-0002-14 9/2015 SmartSync Hardwire Control Connection Information Notification Appliance Control NAC Input Selections. The 4009 IDNet NAC The TrueAlert Notification Appliance product line Extender can be selected to: includes addressable and non-addressable operation. • Track input NAC operation or to provide a locally generated code, selectable per NAC input • If selected for local coding, NAC outputs can be either Temporal Coded or 60 Beats/min March Time Coded, Non-addressable models are available with 2-wire SmartSync operation or conventional 4-wire operation. The following details apply to use with the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender: one code selection per extender (input NACs must be on • TrueAlert non-addressable models with SmartSync continuous with Alarm) • Additionally, NAC outputs can be selected to provide the Simplex strobe synchronization signal. This signal operation allow audible notification to be separately controlled over the same wire pair that controls visible notification will synchronize the flashes of synchronized strobes but • 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders can be selected to provide will be ignored by free-run strobes and audible devices. SmartSync operation whether controlled by IDNet (Strobes are for operation by noncoded NACs.) communications or conventional NACs NAC input to NAC output control can be selected for standard and optional NACs per the following table: • IDNet control allows output NACs to be individually selected for conventional or SmartSync operation Conventional NAC Output Operation Options • With NAC input control, all output NACs are selected Input A B C for either conventional or SmartSync operation NAC 1 NACs 1 & 2, 5 & 6 NACs 1-4 NACs 1-8 • Refer to data sheet S4009-0003 for TrueAlert NAC 2 NACs 3 & 4, 7 & 8 NACs 5-8 None Addressable operation details, contact your local SmartSync NAC Output Operation Input NAC Control Function Simplex product supplier for further information on specific TrueAlert notification appliances NAC 1 Strobe Control NAC 2 Horn Control All NAC outputs (1-8) Hardwire Control NAC Connection One-Line Reference Diagram Up to eight (8) output NACs total; hardwire control can be selected to map NAC inputs to different combinations of NAC outputs depending on system requirements NAC 1 input (see Note 1) Conventional NACs With hardwire control, CAUTIO NDI SCO NNECT PO WERNAC outputs are all BEFO RE SERVI CI NG Output conventional or all 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER NACs SmartSync operation 4009 IDNet NAC Extender Fire Alarm Control Panel with Conventional NACs SmartSync operation Class A operation, either mode, requires NAC 2 input 4009-9808 Dual Class A Adapter (optional, see Note 1) To additional 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders (up to four (4), 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders per NAC); see Note 2 Notes: 1. For separate audible and visible output NAC control, or SmartSync NAC output operation, two (2) input NACs are required. NAC 1 is "on-until-reset" and NAC 2 is "on-until-silenced." 2. To synchronize strobe flash outputs for up to four (4) 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders, use the synchronized strobe output from a Synchronized Flash Module (4905-9914 for Class B operation, 4905-9922 for Class A operation) or, if available, from a NAC selected to provide synchronized strobe flash output. NOTE: DO NOT USE a NAC selected for SmartSync operation for this function. Refer to Installation Instructions 574-181 for additional information and application guidance 4 S4009-0002-14 9/2015 4009 IDNet NAC Extender Specifications 120 VAC Input (4009-9201) 3A @ 102-132 VAC, 60 Hz Input 240 VAC Input (4009-9301) 1.5A @ 204-264 VAC, 50/60 Hz Ratings Hardwire Control from External Conventional reverse polarity operation NACs, Input Requirements 5 mA maximum; 16 to 33 VDC Output Ratings Fiber Optic Transmitter Specifications Total Rating 8 A, Special Application appliances 6 A, Regulated 24 DC appliance power Standard NACs 2 A each, Special Application or Regulated 24 DC appliance power Optional NACs (requires 4009-9807) 1.5 A each, Special Application appliances 1 A each, Regulated 24 DC appliance power Special Application Appliances Simplex non-addressable horns, strobes, and combination horn/strobes and speaker/strobes (contact your Simplex product representative for compatible appliances) Regulated 24 DC Appliances Power for other UL listed appliances; use associated external synchronization modules where required Strobe Operation Up to 33 strobes per NAC can be synchronized; output NACs configured Simplex synchronized strobe operation are synchronized to each other for Auxiliary Output 500 mA @ 24 VDC nominal Optional Modules Ratings IDNet Repeater Module (4009-9809) Input Power 70 mA @ 24 VDC, system supplied IDNet Input, One Address Maximum distance from IDNet source is 2500 ft (762 m) IDNet Output Specifications Repeated IDNet output for up to 100 devices (total IDNet devices not to exceed 250 per channel) Maximum distance to farthest device is 2500 ft (762 m) Total distance including “T-taps” is 10,000 ft (3048 m) Class A loop maximum distance is 2500 ft (762 m), no “T” taps Fiber Optic Receiver Modules Input Current 4009-9810, Class B, 65 mA @ 24 VDC, system supplied 4009-9811, Class X, 80 mA @ 24 VDC, system supplied IDNet Output Specifications Same as those for Repeater Module (see above) Fiber Optic Transmission Distance 3000 ft (914 m) maximum General (LED status indicators are listed on page 7, dimensions and mounting details are on page 6) Operating Temperature 32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C) Operating Humidity Range 10% to 90% RH from 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C) Wiring Connections* Terminal blocks for 18 AWG (stranded) to 12 AWG (solid) Input Voltage 18.9-32 VDC from compatible listed fire alarm supply Input Current 4090-9105, Class B, 30 mA @ 24 VDC 4090-9107, Class X, 35 mA @ 24 VDC Fiber Optic Connections and cable requirements Multimode, graded index, 50/125μm, 62.5/125 μm, 100/40 μm, or 200 μm Type ST connectors 4090-9105, Class B operation, two fiber cables required 4090-9107, Class X operation, four fiber cables required Module Size (with mounting bracket) 6-13/16” W x 3-3/4” H x 1-1/8” D (173 mm x 95 mm x 29 mm) On-board Status Indicators Green LED flashing = transmit Red LED flashing = receive Separate red LED on 4090-9107 = Class X receive Communications Simplex IDNet Fiber Optic Transmission Distance 3000 ft (914 m) maximum Wiring Connections* Terminal blocks for 18 AWG (stranded) to 12 AWG (solid) Operating Humidity 10% to 90% RH from 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C) Operating Temperature 32° F to 120° F (0° to 49° C) * Metric wire equivalents: 18 AWG = 0.82 mm2; 12 AWG = 3.31 mm2 5 S4009-0002-14 9/2015 4009 IDNet NAC Extender Mounting and Module Placement Information 16-1/4" (413 mm) Cabinet depth 4-1/4" (108 mm) 10-29/32" (277 mm) Door, 5/8" (16 mm) thick Optional Class A adapter modules 4009-9807 Additional Four point module (shown with 4009 IDNet NAC Extender Cabinet with Door Detail 13-1/2" (343 mm) Class A adapters) Exposed cabinet dimension for System Module semi-flush mount 1" (25.4 mm), Knockouts for screw IDNet repeater or 1-3/8" (35 mm) with or nail mounting holes Fiber optic receiver semi-flush trim 12" (305 mm) Battery location, no conduit entry or wiring in this area (12.7 Ah battery outline shown) Semi-flush trim option Non-power limited wiring area (AC input) 1-3/16" wide (30 mm), 3/8" (9.5 mm) thick Wall surface reference for semi-flush mount NOTE: Recommended conduit entrance varies with module selection. Refer to general installation instructions 574-181, specific module installation instructions, and to field wiring diagrams 842-068 before locating conduit entrance. POWER BEFORE SERVICING Optional red appliqué (4009-9805 ) CAUTION DISCONNECT 4009 IDNet TM NAC EXTENDER 6 S4009-0002-14 9/2015

Service Diagnostic Features Power-up Self-Diagnostics. Upon power-up, the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender tests each module and performs earth fault diagnostics. Trouble conditions are communicated to the host control panel and are also displayed on diagnostic status LEDs in the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender. When connected via IDNet communications, detailed status information is available at the host. When controlled with conventional NAC inputs, common troubles are signaled by providing a polarized open circuit that disconnects the NAC wiring from its end-of-line resistor but still allows a reversed polarity alarm to be received. Door Mounted Reference Label. The 4009 IDNet NAC Extender has a detailed programming and diagnostic label inside the front door that provides a quick reference for both installation and checkout. LED Status Indicators are provided for the following: • Each NAC (standard and optional) has a dedicated yellow LED that: – During supervision provides a slow flash to indicate a short circuit condition and a fast flash to indicate an open circuit – During an alarm, the LED follows the NAC output (on steady or flashing with coded output) • Four, general status yellow LEDs provide nine separate indications listed in priority of urgency. As a trouble is eliminated, any remaining trouble(s) will then be indicated until the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender is returned to normal operation. • AC power status is indicated by a green LED that is on when AC is normal. During low AC (brownout) conditions or with no AC, the LED is off. Additional power and battery status is indicated by the general status LEDs.

4090-9105/9107 IDNet Fiber Optic Transmitter Mounting Information Surface mount box: Simplex model 2975-9217 (ordered separately) Flush mount masonry box: use 6-gang box, RACO # 960, 2-1/2" deep (64 mm), or RACO # 965, 3-1/2" (89 mm) deep, or equal (supplied by others) Flush mount ganged boxes: use 6-gang box, 1-1/2" (38 mm) minimum depth; six, RACO # 400 or equal, (supplied by others) IDNet fiber optic transmitter: 4090-9107, Shown, Class A (Style 7) output 4090-9105, Not shown, Class B (Style 4) output INSTALLATION NOTE: Fiber optic cable bend radius should be 2" (51 mm) minimum, or per Manufacturer's specification. Six-gang blank cover plate Mulberry Metal Products 97156 or equal (by others) 7 S4009-0002-14 9/2015 4009 IDNet NAC Extender Current Calculation Chart Step 1. Calculate Basic Extender Battery Requirements (minus NAC loads) Panel, NAC Options, and Auxiliary Power (underlined model numbers are optional modules) Model Descript ion Supervisory Current Supervisory Actual Alarm Current Actual Alarm 4009-9201 120 VAC input 4009-9301 240 VAC input Basic Panel 85 mA 85 mA 185 mA 185 mA 4009-9807 Additional Four Point NAC 40 mA +_______ 40 mA +_______ 4009-9808 Dual Class A Adapter (no additional current) – – – – Auxiliary Power Output (500 mA maximum) +_______ (500 mA maximum) + [A1] _______ Basic Panel Supervisory Current = [S1] _____ Basic Panel Alarm Current = [A2] ______ Step 2. Calculate IDNet Output Module and Device Current (if used) 4009-9809 IDNet Repeater Select one per Extender 70 mA +_______ 70 mA 4009-9810* Fiber Optic Receiver, Class B 65 mA 65 mA +_______ 4009-9811* Fiber Optic Receiver, Class X 80 mA 80 mA IDNet Devices (connected to Repeater or Receiver above), 0.7 mA each, maximum of 100 Total devices x 0.7 mA each +_______ Total devices x 0.7 mA each +_______ * Note: IDNet Fiber Optic Transmitter current is supplied from the host fire alarm control panel IDNet Module Supervisory Current [S2] = ____ IDNet Module Alarm Current = [A3] ______ Step 2. Calculate Available NAC Current Maximum Available Current = 8 A* Subtract Auxiliary Power Output - [A1] ______ Subtract IDNet Module Current - [A3] ______ * 8 A for Special Application Appliances; 6 A for Regulated 24 DC Appliances Available NAC Current = [A4] ______ Step 3. Calculate Actual NAC Loading (Limited to Available NAC Current per Step 2.) NAC Type NAC Circuit # NAC Alarm Current Standard Panel NACS, 2 A maximum per NAC Circuit 1 +_______ Circuit 2 +_______ Circuit 3 +_______ Circuit 4 +_______ Optional Four Point NAC Module, 1.5 A maximum Special Application rating, 1 A maximum Regulated 24 DC rating, per NAC Circuit 5 +_______ Circuit 6 +_______ Circuit 7 +_______ Circuit 8 +_______ Total Actual NAC Load Alarm Current = [A5] _______ Step 4. Calculate Total Supervisory Current Total Supervisory Current = Basic Panel Current [S1] + IDNet Module Current [S2] = ________ Step 5. Calculate Total Alarm Current Total Alarm Current = Basic Panel Current [A2] + IDNet Module Current [A3] + Actual NAC Current [A5] = ________ TYCO, SIMPLEX, and the product names listed in this material are marks and/or registered marks. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. Tyco Fire Protection Products • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA S4009-0002-14 9/2015 simplex-fire.com © 2015 Tyco Fire Protection Products. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.


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