Notifier ACPS-610(E) Addressable Charger Power Supply

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ACPS 610 E Charger Power Supply ACPS 610 E is an auxiliary power supply with a battery option and a host of special features Selectable options allow the ACPS 610 E to provide 6 amps of power to four outputs while charging batteries from to 200 AH or 10 amps of shared power when the unit is for use with an external battery charger Four indi addressable outputs can be independently configured auxiliary power or Notification Appliance Circuits NAC outputs support notification appliance synchronization for manufactured by System Sensor Wheelock and An option to disable battery charging allows the sys designer to use the four built in circuits to distribute amps of power for general purposes excluding NAC appli ACPS 610 E is compatible with NOTIFIER intelligent fire control panels using CLIP and FlashScan protocol Certified for seismic applications when used with the appro seismic mounting kit Approved for Marine applications when used with listed equipment see DN 60688 Provides 6.0 A of NAC power or 10 A of general purpose Four Class B Style Y or four Class A Style Z outputs addressable by the FACP When built in outputs are configured for NAC operation circuit supports strobe synchronization with the follow manufacturers audio visual devices System Sensor and SpectrAlert Advance Series or Whee or Gentex Steady March Time 120 PPM Two Stage Temporal or Zone Coded and Non Coded devices software by circuit Universal Zone Coder UZC 256 option supports for pro coded outputs Up to 256 different codes Auxiliary Outputs 24V 0.5A and 5V 0.15A Charges 12 to 200 AH batteries with full supervision The on the ACPS may be disabled via software When a separate external charger is required for exam a CHG 120 May be used to provide battery backup for multiple ACPS AC loss detection brownout detection and AC loss delay Signaling Line Circuit SLC interface Power limited outputs Selectable ground fault detection Canadian two stage operation Supplies Primary AC power ACPS 610 120 VAC 50 60 Hz input 5.0 A maximum ACPS 610E 220 240 VAC 50 60 Hz input 2.5 A maxi Output voltage 24 VDC electrically regulated and power under primary AC mains Under secondary power to 26.4 VDC Output circuits TB3 TB4 TB5 TB6 on Main Board 1.5 A for any NAC output circuit 2.5 A maximum for Power output with battery charger disabled Secondary power auxiliary outputs TB2 on CPS 24 Board 24V 0.5A power limited 5V 0.15A power limited Wiring utilizes wire sizes 12 to 18 AWG 3.1 to 0.78 mm SLC specifications Average SLC current is 1.287 mA SLC is transmitted between 24.0 VDC 5 VDC and 0 VDC approximately 3.33 Kbaud Battery fuse F2 15A Fast acting Weight 4.5 lb Programming ACPS 610 E is programmable via the simple to use programming utility which requires a Windows PC a USB port and cable Programming may be performed an on line session with the ACPS 610 E or previously programs may be downloaded to individual ACPS units The ACPS 610 E requires the use of a minimum 5 SLC address points and will use up to 14 SLC address to fulfill requirements for Canadian supervision and two operation PK PPS is available for download from www magni 4 23 2012 Page 1 of 2 Each circuit can be software selected for use as a Notifica Appliance Circuit general purpose 24 VDC power four detector power or door holder Secondary power battery charging circuit lead acid bat charger which will charge 12 to 200 AH batteries Max charger current 5.0 A Line Information Addressable charger power supply with selectable synchronization and four built in control modules Sev mounting options available see below Same as ACPS 610 but configured for 220 240 operation The CAB PS1 can house one ACPS 610 E and 12 AH batteries Dimensions 15.218 38.654 cm high x 36.83 cm wide x 3.562 9.048 cm deep with door Seismic kit for mounting ACPS 610 in a Includes bracket for two 12 AH batteries When installing an ACPS 610 E into an older ver of the CAB PS1 used for an ACPS 2406 E the new door must be ordered for use with the older version The BB 25 can house one ACPS 610 E and two 12 26 AH batteries The BB 100 can house one ACPS 610 E and two 12 55 AH or 100 AH AH batteries The BB 200 can house one ACPS 610 E and four volt 100 AH batteries Series The ACPS 610 E can mount in any of the Series cabinets with CHS PS or CHS BH See DN Cabinet Series The ACPS 610 E can mount in any of EQ Cabinet Series cabinets using CHS 6 See DN 60229 System Protects equipment in shipboard and applications For a full list of required and optional see DN 60688 Chassis used to mount the ACPS 610 E in 1 2 or 3 of the CAB 4 or EQ series enclosure Battery mounting chassis that holds up to two 12AH on a CHS PS ACPS 610 E battery charging circuit range is 12 AH See DN 6933 of Programming the ACPS 610 Using 6 Addresses for ACPS 610 Canadian Reporting with Two Stage and Approvals listings and approvals apply to the modules specified in document In some cases certain modules or applications not be listed by certain approval agencies or listing may in process Consult factory for latest listing status UL Listed S635 ULC Listed S635 FM Approved CSFM MEA 30 08 E FDNY COA 6085 6098 used with MARINE EQ appropriate seismic and marine approved devices the ACPS 610 E is by the following agencies US Coast Guard 161.002 50 0 Standard 46 CFR Lloyd Register 11 600013 ENV 3 category American Bureau of Shipping ABS FlashScan System Sensor and SpectrAlert are registered of Honeywell International Inc Windows is a registered of Microsoft by Honeywell International Inc All rights reserved Unauthorized use this document is strictly prohibited document is not intended to be used for installation purposes We try to keep our product information up to date and accurate cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements specifications are subject to change without notice more information contact Notifier Phone 203 484 7161 FAX 203 484 7118 in the U S A 2 of 2 DN 60244 C3 4 23 2012

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