Potter Installation Manual PAD100-RM Relay Module

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Installation Manual PAD100 RM Relay Module TO THE INSTALLER manual provides an overview and the installation instructions for the PAD100 RM module This module is only compatible with fire systems that utilize the PAD Addressable Protocol terminals are power limited and should be wired in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 70 NEC and NFPA 72 National Alarm Code Failure to follow the wiring diagrams in the following pages will cause the system to not operate as intended For information refer to the control panel installation instructions module shall only be installed with listed control panels Refer to the control panel installation manual for proper system Description PAD100 RM uses one 1 SLC loop address to provide one 1 Form C relay contact The module mounts on either an UL 2 1 2 deep 2 gang box or 1 1 2 deep 4 square box PAD100 RM includes one red LED to indicate the module status In normal condition the LED flashes when the device is polled by the control panel If the LED blink has been disabled via the programming software in a normal condition the LED the device will be off Setting the Address PAD protocol detectors and modules require an address prior to connection to the panel SLC loop Each PAD device i e detector and or module is set by changing the dip switches located on the device PAD device addresses are of a seven 7 position dip switch used to program each device with an address ranging from 1 1 PAD Device Dip Switch Addresses Table Addresses 1 16 32 64 16 32 64 16 32 64 16 32 64 16 32 64 16 32 64 Each gray box indicates that the dip switch is On and each white box indicates Off 16 32 64 16 32 64 16 32 64 16 32 64 examples shown below illustrate a PAD device dip switch settings the 1st example shows a device not addressed where all switch settings are in the default Off position the 2nd illustrates an addressed PAD device via the dip switch settings 2 Examples of PAD Device Showing Default Dip Switch Setting Unaddressed Addressed PAD Device 4 64 4 64 dip switches are in the Off shows this PAD device 42 Dip switches 2 8 are in the On position Electric Signal Company LLC St Louis MO Phone 800 325 3936 www pottersignal com 5406307 A 02 16 PAGE 1 OF 3 connecting a device to the SLC loop take the following precautions to prevent potential damage to the SLC or device Technical Specifications to the SLC is removed wiring on module is correctly installed wiring has no open or short circuits Voltage SLC Standby Current SLC Alarm Current Contacts Temperature Range Humidity Range no of Module Per Loop Options Weight A A 30VDC 0.5A 125VAC to120 F 0 to 49 C to 93 non condensing units L x 4.17 W x 1.14 D Listed 2 1 2 deep 2 gang box or deep 4 square box lbs Wiring Diagrams wiring diagram shown below illustrates how to wire a PAD100 RM module Additionally an installation diagram shows how to the module using a compatible electrical box 3 Example of Installing a PAD100 RM Using a Compatible Electrical Box 4 Example of Wiring a PAD100 RM FACP OR MODULE NEXT MODULE 1 FORM C CONTACTS Electric Signal Company LLC St Louis MO Phone 800 325 3936 www pottersignal com 5406307 A 02 16 PAGE 2 OF 3 MANUAL PAD100 RM RELAY MODULEfirealarmresources com Contact output wiring is power limited when the device power supply is power limited Contact output wiring is non power when the device power supply is non power limited When using non power limited wiring it must use an alternate in the back box and the wire routed at least 1 4 inches from the SLC wiring wiring style supports the Class A Class B and Class X loop wiring SLC SLC are power limited Wiring for terminals SLC SLC are supervised wiring is between 12 max and 22 min Wire Preparation Strip all wires 1 4 inch from their edges as shown here inch Stripping too much insulation may cause a ground fault Stripping too little may cause a poor connection and subsequently an open circuit is possible that the internal relay in the PAD100 RM may be shipped in the non normal activated state To ensure the internal relay is set to the normal state connect the module to the SLC loop and reset the control panel terminating the wiring to the module output instructions do not purport to cover all the details or variations in the equipment described nor provide for possible contingency to be met in connection with installation operation and maintenance subject to change without prior notification Technical Assistance contact Potter Electric Signal Company at 866 956 1211 performance is based on proper application of the product by a qualified professional further information be desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for purchaser purpose the matter should be referred to a distributor in your region Electric Signal Company LLC St Louis MO Phone 800 325 3936 www pottersignal com 5406307 A 02 16 PAGE 3 OF 3 INSTALLATION MANUAL PAD100 RM RELAY MODULEfirealarmresources com

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