Siemens MMB-3 Main Control Board, Installation Instructions

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Installation Instructions MMB 3 Control Board Model MMB 3 board from Siemens Industry in each MXL System controls operations monitors input device identity network and operator commands that are through the MKB Annunciator Key The MMB 3 also provides two analog loop circuits Each ALD 2I loop can be used as B or Class A and can monitor and control to 60 intelligent devices as well as program device relays The MMB 3 module can be and upgraded in the field It is with two programmable Class B Style or Class A Style Z notification appliance Each circuit can activate up to 1.5 amps audible or visual notification appliances The has a user defined Style 4 or Style 7 communication port module also has auxiliary relays for the monitoring of Common System Alarm System Trouble and Common Supervi conditions The Common Supervisory relay user programmable MMB 3 includes a built in battery charger transfer circuit The charger is microproces controlled and incorporates a brownout circuit switches the System to standby batteries the loss or reduction of the primary source System can display the real time battery the AC voltage and the charger current the MKB display It also has a 1 amp 24 VDC that powers CZM 1 1B6 modules additional information on the MXL MXLV refer to the MXL MXLVManual 315 092036 all system power before installation battery and then AC To power up connect AC first then the battery the MMB 3 Board the MMB 3 Inspect the module looking such things as integrated circuits ICs not seated in their sockets bent IC pins not properly installed dirt packing on the board etc MMB 3 includes the following installation kits install the MMB 3 Place the MMB 3 with the mounting bracket the four standoffs on the MBR MP plate in the upper left portion of the See Figure 1 Industry Inc Technologies Division Park NJ 315 048860 7 Building Technologies Ltd Safety Security Products Kenview Boulevard Ontario 5E4 Canada 1 the MMB 3 GND FAULT AMP POWER 2 1 SWITCH GND FAULT GND FAULT ANN NOT USE AMP TO MOM 4 AMP MAX AMP CHARGER AMP GND FAULT 2 1 AUX AMP GND FAULT 2 Main Board PRINTER DS6 PORT ON Secure in place using the hardware provided sure the screws and nuts are tight as they pro the earth ground connection for the MMB 3 Place the removable terminal blocks from kit P N 545 649036 on the terminals and secure in place MMB 3 has two jumpers P7 for and jumper P17 for Real Time clock must be set for proper operation Refer to 2 for the location of the jumpers configure the MNET port TB1 for either Style or Style 7 operation set jumper P7 on the to one of the four settings listed below is applicable to your system configuration the MNET port TB1 is not being used on MMB 3 and there is no NET 7 7M in the configuration then set the jumper to 1 and 2 the MNET port TB1 is configured as Style then set the jumper to positions 1 and 2 the MNET port is TB1 configured as Style then set the jumper to positions 1 and 2 to update MMB 3 MNET STYLE 7 the CSGM to display YES Configurations 1 and 4 should be set to NO In settings 1 3 the user can upload a configuration in the customary through P5 To Programmer you are not using the MNET port but are using NET 7 7M in your MMB 3 configuration then the jumper to positions 2 and 3 If setting 4 is used the CSG M MUST uploaded P1 on any NET 7 7M that is the Style 7 MNET You cannot a CSG M configuration P5 on the MMB 3 in this NOTE MXL panel cannot have a NET 7 7M in system and use the MNET Port TB1 the MMB 3 Time Clock second jumper on the MMB 3 is P17 which be set for the real time clock to operate Move the jumper to the on position position 2 3 to provide backup battery power to the time clock Wiring complete the MMB 3 internal wiring connec follow the steps below skipping those that not apply to your MXL System Main Power Connections power for the MMB 3 is provided by MPS 6 or MPS 12 Both of these mount the lower right hand corner of the MXL Follow the instructions below for appropriate power supply Install the MPS 6 See MPS 6 P N 315 090334 With the AC disconnected connect the MPS 6 cable to P1 of the MMB 3 Be sure the jumper assembly is installed in of the MMB 3 If this jumper is not the MMB 3 will detect a AC fail or indicate auxiliary voltage is low Install the MPS 12 See MPS 12 P N 315 092030 Remove and the jumper assembly installed in P14 the MMB 3 Disconnect the AC mains the MPS 12 power cable to P14 of Battery Power Connection MMB 3 kit includes a battery cable harness Use the harness to connect 24V backup batteries to P2 of MMB 3 MOM 4 Optional Module Card Cage are two connections between the and the MOM 4 board The first is the 24V power connection provides backward compatibility with the and should only be used when an MMB 1 P3 is limited to 2 The MMB 3 allows the use of either MPS 6 or an MPS 12 TB9 terminals 1 2 supply 24V to the MOM 4 with a of 6 amps MPS 6 or 12 amps available This output must be by the total current drawn from 1.5A max NAC2 1.5A max and CZM 1 1B6 power 1A max on the Connect TB9 1 and 2 on the to TB6 1 and 2 on the MOM 4 to Figure 3 for the wiring diagram The second connection provides 5V and the communication interface the 8 wire ribbon cable from P7 the MOM 4 to P6 on the MMB 3 Wiring Refer to Figure 2 screw terminals for the field wiring circuits located on the left right and bottom edges of MMB 3 They are labeled TB1 through TB9 field wiring circuits available are power device loop 1 device loop 2 appliance circuit 1 Styles Y and Z appliance circuit 2 Styles Y and Z alarm relay supervisory relay trouble relay 4 RS 485 Network MNET following sections describe each circuit type give the related instructions Refer also to wiring diagrams AWG MIN MAX MPS 6 MAX MPS 12 VDC POWER LIMITED NOT USE 24V Power Special Application power is available on TB5 terminals 9 12 The circuit is power limited per NEC 760 and is rated at 1 amp 18 31 VDC power supply is for use with the CZM 1 1B6 Conventional Zone module Figure 4 shows B wiring Figure 5 shows Class A wiring The shown in Figure 4 are optional They are required if the proper settings are made in Rev 17.01 or higher B wiring can be used to obtain the maxi of 20 CZM 1B6s Each Class B wire run support a maximum of 10 CZM 1B6s 4 max Multiple Class B power connections be use

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