Potter PSN-64 6A Conventional Power Supply with 4 Outputs

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Features PSN 64 has 6 amps regulated with 4 outputs PSN 106 has 10 amps regulated with 6 outputs May be configured as up to three class Style circuits Two Trouble relays 5A at 30VDC General System Trouble for AC delay Low AC Trouble with optional settings Diagnostic LED Status LED for Active NAC and NAC conditions Quadrasync feature synchronizes strobes from AMSECO Cooper Wheelock and System Sensor Configurable output circuits DIP switch sets options for each Reference EOL allows 2K 27K EOL value to be used Pass Thru mode allows the outputs to match the input signal FACP PSN series of notification power supplies offers reliable power with unprecedented versatility The power supplies either 6 or 10 amps of continuous power through 4 or 6 outputs Each output is rated at 3 amps and it may be used without any derating The power supply operates on 120 VAC or 220 VAC power input and has a regulated 24 VDC In addition the power supply can charge up to 55 AH batteries leads the industry in housing up to 18 AH batteries The cabinet constructed out of 18 gauge cold rolled steel and has a durable red coat finish In addition a key lock is provided for securing the Ample electrical knockouts are provided on the sides and the top the installer options for running wires and maintaining the separations power supply offers an industry leading Quadrasync function allows for multiple strobe circuits of different brands to be to flash at the same time The power supply can have different brands each connected to its own circuit and all the flash together Each output can independently be configured to one of four synchronizations or steady power This provides flexibility in new and retrofit installations The power can be configured to synchronize AMSECO Gentex and System Sensor strobe devices Each output can configured to the same sync protocol or set independently In the power supply has an input Pass Thru mode which the outputs to follow the input signal from a non supported protocol The power supply will recognize the type input being supplied and pass this through to the outputs with same pattern This input pass through can be selected on each independently The power supply contains simple dipswitch and LED indicators providing the installer the ability correct any possible faults A Trouble Memory is provided to an installer to review past troubles and make the necessary Each output has an LED to pinpoint the exact circuit where trouble may have occurred Relays are provided for monitoring the system and AC failure Each output and be independently for various applications and installations Each output can independently configured for Class A or Class B operation constant ANSI Temporal Code 3 Single Multiple or Combo Inputs or Holder Power Specifications H x W x D 1 8 W x 16 W x 3 D 18 gauge sheet steel with hinged locked door 60Hz 50Hz Amps 120 VAC Amps 240 VAC Standby Alarm no external load 8 33 VDC AWG F to 120 0 to 49 with a maximum humidity of 93 Amp max per NAC Regulated 1A can support 7 55Ah batteries Input Voltage Output Charging PAGE 1 OF 3 SeriesPower Supplies8910013 REV E 05 21Potter Electric Signal Company LLC St Louis MO Phone 800 325 3936 www pottersignal comfirealarmresources com Wiring Diagram VAC Position 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz to separate AC circuit FAULT ENABLE LED s NAC5 NAC6 PWR G Fuse Installed Power Battery Fault Options AC COM NO COM NO relays are limited PWR EOL EOL Power connection non power limited two 2 12V batteries connected in series PSN 64 and PSN 106 draw 15 mA when polarity reverses and the power is triggered There is no current draw in Standby Mode Information A Power Supply 6 NAC Circuits Enclosure A Power Supply 6 NAC Circuits Enclosure A Power Supply 4 NAC Circuits Enclosure No PAGE 2 OF 3 REV E 05 21Potter Electric Signal Company LLC St Louis MO Phone 800 325 3936 www pottersignal comPSN SeriesPower Suppliesfirealarmresources com Specifications contractor shall supply and install the Potter PSN power supply power supply shall operate on either 120 or 240 VAC input panel shall be capable of continuous load power without any to the main supply or the distribution board The cabinet be capable of housing up to 18AH batteries and the panel shall capable of charging up to 55 AH batteries in an external cabinet panel shall have dip switches for simplistic configuration of the and LEDs to provide visual indication to the installer of the of the system The dip switches shall allow for AC power delay Class A B operation per output Door Holder Power options auxiliary power trigger input type ANSI Code 3 Temporal Pass Thru input tracking AMSECO sync Gentex Sync Sensor Sync or Wheelock sync The LEDs shall provide of communication between the power supply and distribution assemblies The LEDs shall have distinct flash patterns to further indication of the troubles present The panel shall have Trouble Memory to provide the installer an indication that a trouble existed on a circuit for diagnostic purposes output of the power supply shall be capable of 3 amps of power without degradation overtime The power supply provide for multiple circuits of strobe appliances The power shall synchronize the flashes of any of the above listed strobe on a per circuit basis Up to four different strobe circuits be connected and all the strobes shall flash in unison as required UL 864 In addition to this Quadrasync feature the panel shall any of the four above mentioned sync patterns as an input and this signal through and synchronize the outputs to match the input pattern PAGE 3 OF 3 REV E 05 21Potter Electric Signal Company LLC St Louis MO Phone 800 325 3936 www pottersignal comPSN SeriesPower Suppliesfirealarmresources com

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