Notifier FRM-1 Relay Control Module

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INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Relay Control Module Clintonville Rd Northford CT 06472 1653 484 7161 Operating Voltage 15 to 32 VDC Current Draw 6.5 mA LED on Operating Current 270 LED flashing Resistance Not used Range 32 to 120 0 to 49 10 to 93 Noncondensing 41 2 H x 4 W x 11 4 D Mounts to a 4 square by 21 8 deep box SMB500 Electrical Box CB500 Barrier Installing information is included as a quick reference installation Refer to the appropriate Notifier control panel installation for detailed system information If the modules will be in an existing operational system inform the operator local authority that the system will be temporarily out of ser Disconnect power to the control panel before installing the This manual should be left with the owner user of this Description FRM 1 Relay Control Module is intended for use in intelligent systems where the individual address of each module is using the built in rotary switches It allows a compatible panel to switch discrete contacts by code command The contains two isolated sets of Form C contacts which operate a DPDT switch and are rated in accordance with the table in manual Circuit connections to the relay contacts are not su by the module The module also has a panel controlled indicator This module can be used to replace a CMX 2 mod that has been configured for Form C operation Requirements ensure proper operation this module shall be connected to a Notifier system control panel list available from Noti FRM 1 mounts directly to 4 square electrical boxes see Fig 2A The box must have a minimum depth of 21 8 Surface electrical boxes SMB500 are available from Notifier All wiring must conform to applicable local codes ordi and regulations When using control modules in limited applications the CB500 Module Bar must be used to meet UL requirements for the sepa of power limited and nonpower limited terminals wiring The barrier must be inserted into a 4 junction box and the control module must be placed the barrier and attached to the junction box Figure The power limited wiring must be placed into the quadrant of the module barrier Figure 2B Install module wiring in accordance with the job drawings and wiring diagrams Set the address on the module per job drawings Note Some panels support extended addressing In order to the module above address 99 on compatible systems care remove the stop on the upper rotary switch with thumb in direction shown in Figure 1 Secure module to electrical box supplied by installer as in Figure 2A 1 Removing switch stop 865 6 7 8 9 2A Module mounting with barrier 2B 1 I56 1170 04 Contact Ratings RATING MAXIMUM VOLTAGE LOAD DESCRIPTION A A A A A A A A VDC VDC VDC VAC VDC VDC VAC VAC L R 5ms L R 2ms PF 35 PF 35 Coded Coded Coded Coded Coded relay switch contacts are shipped as shown in Figure 3 but may have transferred during shipping To ensure that the switch contacts in their correct state modules must be made to communicate with the panel before connecting circuits controlled by the module 3 Relay module wiring diagram NEXT LINE VDC Max PAIR RECOMMENDED MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE PANELS ONLY PANEL OR DEVICE COMMON 2 CLOSED 2 OPEN 2 COMMON 1 CLOSED 1 OPEN 1 ANY WIRING TO TERMINALS 3 9 IS NONPOWER THE CB500 BARRIER IS REQUIRED THE CB500 A NONPOWER LIMITED LABEL WHICH MUST PLACED OVER THE POWER LIMITED TERMINAL ON THE NAMEPLATE LABEL MODULE DOES NOT SUPERVISE CONTROLLED CIRCUITS 2 I56 1170 04 Notifier

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