Notifier ACM-8R Annunciator Control Module

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12 Clintonville Road CT 06472 203 484 7118 the System 500 System 5000 AM2020 AFP1010 and Alarm Control Panels Revision D1 15342 15342 15342 15342 15342 Revision Revision Revision Revision 15342 D1 ECN 97 304 Precautions to the following will aid in problem free with long term reliability Several different sources of power can be to the fire alarm control panel Disconnect all of power before servicing Control unit and equipment may be damaged by removing and inserting cards modules or interconnecting cables while unit is energized Do not attempt to install service operate this unit until this manual is read and understood System Reacceptance Test after Software To ensure proper system operation this product be tested in accordance with NFPA 72 1993 Chapter after any programming operation or change in site software Reacceptance testing is required after change addition or deletion of system components after any modification repair or adjustment to system or wiring components circuits system operations or software known to be affected by a change must be 100 In addition to ensure that other operations are not affected at least 10 of initiating devices are not directly affected by the change up to a of 50 devices must be tested and proper operation verified system meets NFPA requirements for at 0 49O C 32 120 O F and at a relative of 85 RH non condensing at 30O C 86O However the useful life of the system standby and the electronic components may be affected by extreme temperature ranges humidity Therefore it is recommended that this and its peripherals be installed in an with a nominal room temperature of 15 C 60 80 O F that wire sizes are adequate for all initiating and device loops Most devices cannot tolerate than a 10 I R drop from the specified device all solid state electronic devices this system may erratically or can be damaged when subjected to induced transients Although no system is completely from lightning transients and interferences proper will reduce susceptibility Overhead or outside wiring is not recommended due to an increased suscep to nearby lightning strikes Consult with the Technical Department if any problems are anticipated or en AC power and batteries prior to removing or circuit boards Failure to do so can damage circuits all electronic assemblies prior to any drilling filing or punching of the enclosure When possible make cable entries from the sides or rear Before making verify that they will not interfere with battery and printed circuit board location not tighten screw terminals more than 9 in lbs Over may damage threads resulting in reduced terminal pressure and difficulty with screw terminal removal system contains static sensitive components Always yourself with a proper wrist strap before handling any so that static charges are removed from the body Use suppressive packaging to protect electronic assemblies from the unit the instructions in the installation operating and pro manuals These instructions must be followed to avoid to the control panel and associated equipment FACP and reliability depend upon proper installation Alarm System Limitations installing a fire alarm system may make lower insur rates possible it is not a substitute for fire insurance automatic fire alarm system typically made up of smoke heat detectors manual pull stations audible warn devices and a fire alarm control with remote notification can provide early warning of a developing fire Such system however does not assure protection against prop damage or loss of life resulting from a fire fire alarm system may fail for a variety of reasons detectors may not sense fire where smoke cannot the detectors such as in chimneys in walls or roofs or the other side of closed doors Smoke detectors also may sense a fire on another level or floor of a building A floor detector for example may not sense a first floor basement fire Furthermore all types of smoke detectors both ionization and photoelectric types have sensing limi No type of smoke detector can sense every kind of caused by carelessness and safety hazards like smoking bed violent explosions escaping gas improper storage of materials overloaded electrical circuits children with matches or arson Smoke detectors must be installed in the room as the control panel and in rooms used by the for the connection of alarm transmission wiring signaling and or power If detectors are so located a developing fire may damage the alarm crippling its ability to report a fire warning devices such as bells may not alert people these devices are located on the other side of closed or open doors or are located on another floor of a building fire alarm system will not operate without any electrical If AC power fails the system will operate from batteries only for a specified time heat detectors may be subject to reduced over time For this reason the rate of rise feature each detector should be tested at least once per year by qualified fire protection specialist used in the system may not be technically with the control It is essential to use only listed for service with your control panel lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a to a central monitoring station may be out of service temporarily disabled most common cause of fire alarm malfunctions how is inadequate maintenance All devices and system should be tested and maintained by professional fire installers following written procedures supplied with device System inspection and testing should be sched monthly or as required by National and or local fire codes written records of all inspections should be kept Publishing Document PRECAUSM PM6 07 12 96 of Contents One ACM 8R Relay Module 4 of the ACM 8R 4 4 Two Three Considerations 5 5 Runs 5 Specifications 5 Only Annunciators 6 Annunciators 6 Power Source for Annunciators 7 Ratings 8 Requirements 8 the ACM 8R 9 3 1 Mounting the Backbox 10 3 2 Configuring the ACM 8R 11 3 3 Wiring Multiple Annunciators 12 3 4 ACM 8R Relay Terminal Assignments 13 3 1 Relay Assignments 14 the ACM 8R relays 14 and Module Arrangement 15 Assignment Examples 15 3 5 Connecting the EIA 485 Loop 19 3 6 Supplying Power to the ACM 8R 20 Main Power Supply 20 Main Power Supply 20 Main Power Supply 21 Power limited Wiring Requirements 21 A and the System 5000 22 B and the AM2020 AFP1010 24 C and the System 500 26 D and the AFP 200 27 E and the SFP 1024 30 15342 Rev D1 07 24 97 P N 15342 D1

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