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Architect and Engineering Specification MODULE MODULE MODULE MODULE MODULE STROBE Listed Approved 20 117 118 NS NH Newest Horn Strobe and Horn Appliances are Series NS Horn Strobe appliances and the Series NH Both the Series NS and NH are of LOW CURRENT with ZERO INRUSH The horn appliances provide a continuous horn tone or temporal pattern Code tone when constant voltage from a Fire Alarm Control FACP is applied Each tone has two dBA settings to from All models horn only or horn with strobe may Synchronized when used in conjunction with the Series or DSM Sync Module s Additionally the horn may be while maintaining strobe activation of the Series Horn Strobe appliances All of these features are achiev with either Wheelock Patented 2 Wire Series NS or the 4 wire Series NS4 Series NS Horn Strobe appliances and NH Horn appli are designed for maximum performance reliability cost effectiveness while meeting or exceeding the lat requirements of NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code 117.1 American National Standard for Accessible and Buildings and Facilities and UL Standard 1971 for Signaling Devices for The Hearing Impaired UL 464 Audible Signal Appliances Series NS Audible appliances when properly specified and installed in with NFPA ANSI standards can provide the Facilitation allowed under ADA Accessibility ADAAG General Section 2.2 by meeting or the illumination which results from the ADA speci strobe intensity of 75 candela at 50 feet This is an illu of 030 lumens per square foot used with the Wheelock Series SM or DSM Sync the continuous horn tone produces a synchro temporal Code 3 tone mandated by NFPA 72 1993 an effective date of July This ensures a distinct Code 3 pattern when 2 or more horns are within distance If not synchronized the temporal sound overlap and not be distinctive At the same time the on the circuit may be synchronized This provides ability to comply with ADA recommendations concern photosensitive epilepsy and meet NFPA requirements installing 2 or more visual appliances within the field view All of this plus the ability to silence the horn is by using only 2 WIRES NS NH 1999 Issue S 10th St P O Box 610 Blue Springs MO 64013 0610 U S A 816 229 3405 Fax 816 229 4615 E mail fpssales fike com Wall mount only Include Underwriters Laboratories UL 1971 and UL 464 Listings FCC Part 15 Factory Mutual FM European Community CE California State Fire Marshal CSFM New York City and Chicago BFP approvals on all models compliant Meets OSHA 29 Part 1910.165 Current Inrush Selectable tones and dBA levels tone anechoic 90 or 95 dBA reverberant 82 or 88 dBA Code 3 tone anechoic 90 or 95 dBA reverberant 75 or 82 dBA candela wall mounted strobes are listed at 15 candela under UL Standard 1971 and meet 75 candela on axis for ADA guidelines and Sync in one synchronization requires the Series SM or DSM Sync Module Matching horn in 12 24V Selectable and Ordering Information warnings are printed in bold capital letters PLEASE READ THESE SPECIFICATIONS AND ASSOCIATED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING SPECIFYING OR APPLYING THIS PRODUCT FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN IMPROPER APPLICATION IN AND OR OPERATION OF THESE PRODUCTS IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION WHICH COULD IN PROPERTY DAMAGE AND SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO YOU AND OR OTHERS Notes are designed to flash at 1 flash per second minimum from 20 31 VDC for 24 VDC models Note that NFPA 1996 specifies a flash rate of 1 to 3 flashes per second and ADA guidelines specify a flash rate of 1 to 3 flashes second candela ratings represent minimum effective Strobe intensity based on UL 1971 NS Horn Strobe products are Listed under UL 1971 for indoor use with a temperature range of 32 F to 120 F C to 49 C and maximum humidity of 85 NH horns are Listed under UL 464 for audible signal appliances SM Sync Modules are rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC DSM Dual Sync Modules are rated for 3.0 amperes per The maximum number of interconnected DSM modules is twenty 20 Temporal Code 3 Tone is achieved when the continuous horn tone is selected and connected to the SM or DSM Sync Modules Refer to NS NH installation instructions Average current per actual Wheelock Production Testing 20 24 31 VDC For rated average and peak current the UL listed voltage range for both filtered DC and unfiltered VRMS Diagrams for all models NS AND NH APPLIANCES SYNCHRONIZED WITH MULTIPLE DSM MODULES INTERCONNECTING SHOWN MAXIMUM OF 20 AND NH APPLIANCES SYNCHRONIZED WITH DSM MODULE DUAL CLASS A NAC CIRCUIT NO AUDIBLE SILENCE FEATURE APPLIANCE SYNCHRONIZED WITH SM MODULE SINGLE CLASS B NAC CIRCUIT AUDIBLE SILENCE FEATURE APPLIANCE NON SYNCHRONIZED NS NH must be set on continuous horn tone to achieve synchronized temporal code 3 tone Value determined by FACP NAC Circuit s products must be used within their published specifications and must be PROPERLY specified applied in operated maintained and operationally tested in accordance with their installation instructions at the time of and at least twice a year or more often and in accordance with local state and federal codes regulations and Specification application installation operation maintenance and testing must be performed by qualified personnel proper operation in accordance with all of the latest National Fire Protection Association NFPA Underwriters Labo UL National Electrical Code NEC Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA local state county district federal and other applicable building and fire standards guidelines regulations laws and codes includ but not limited to all appendices and amendments and the requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction CONTACT WHEELOCK FOR THE CURRENT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS P83518 AND GEN INFORMATION SHEET P82380 ON THESE PRODUCTS THESE DOCUMENTATIONS DO UNDERGO PERI CHANGES IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU HAVE CURRENT INFORMATION ON THESE PRODUCTS THESE CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT SHOULD BE READ PRIOR TO SPECIFYING OR INSTALL THESE PRODUCTS INCLUDING CURRENT REQUIRED BY ALL DEVICES CONNECTED TO SYSTEM PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES RATINGS ON SIGNALING CIRCUITS TO HANDLE PEAK CURRENTS FROM ALL APPLIANCES ON CIRCUITS FLASH RATE FROM MULTIPLE STROBES WITHIN A PERSON FIELD OF VIEW VOLTAGE APPLIED TO THESE PRODUCTS MUST BE WITHIN THEIR RATED INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE OF 110 CANDELA STROBE PRODUCTS IN SLEEPING AREAS IN OFFICE AREAS AND OTHER SPECIFICATION AND INSTALLATION ISSUES SERIES NS NH ONLY ON CIRCUITS WITH CONTINUOUSLY APPLIED OPERATING VOLTAGE DO NOT SERIES NS NH ON CODED OR INTERRUPTED CIRCUITS IN WHICH THE APPLIED VOLTAGE IS CYCLED AND OFF AS THE STROBE MAY NOT FLASH TO COMPLY WITH THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OR GENERAL INFORMATION SHEETS RESULT IN IMPROPER INSTALLATION APPLICATION AND OR OPERATION OF THESE PROD IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION WHICH COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE AND SERIOUS OR DEATH TO YOU AND OR OTHERS CONDUCTOR SIZE AWG LENGTH AND AMPACITY SHOULD TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION PRIOR TO DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF THESE PRODUCTS PAR IN RETROFIT INSTALLATIONS NO D1164 Copyright 1999 by Fike Corporation All rights reserv

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