Siemens NIC-C Cerberus PRO Network Interface Card, Data Sheet

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Cerberus PRO system Interface Card NIC C Architect Engineer Specifications HNET communications XNET communications CAN network communications Supports Class B Style 4 Class A Style 7 wiring XNET or HNET Supervises the HNET or XNET CAN networks Diagnostic light emitting diodes Isolates short circuit faults Ground fault detection Network repeater Downloadable firmware UL864 CAN ULC Listed FM and NYC Fire Department Product Overview Card Model NIC C provides HNET or XNET network Network between enclosures In addition to the HNET or XNET communication NIC C provides CAN network communication within an enclosure or external to enclosure The HNET or XNET can be wired Class B Style 4 or Class A Style 7 the CAN network can only be wired Class B Style 4 Specifications single Model NIC C can provide either HNET or XNET communications CAN interface is available regardless of the HNET or XNET usage Model NIC C is used for HNET communications Model NIC C communication between enclosures within a single The maximum HNET Model NIC C cards on a single system node is 50 NIC C supervises the HNET network to insure proper Model NIC C also isolates a short circuit fault to each segment of the HNET network Model NIC C provides an repeater for each HNET pair Model NIC C XNET communications is provided between systems The maximum XNET NIC C cards for a single node system is one 1 totaling 59 Model NIC C cards on a peer to peer networked system The Model NIC C card must reside in the same enclosure as the Interface OI NIC C supervises the XNET network to ensure proper Model NIC C also isolates a short circuit fault to each segment of the XNET network Model NIC C provides an repeater for each XNET pair MXL systems may also on the same XNET with Cerberus PRO Modular systems Model NIC C Card used Technologies Division Data Sheet 8338 Specifications continued Cerberus PRO Modular system will report events over the XNET to the Network Command Center for display The commands are displayed on Model NCC G Trouble Acknowledge Alarm Silence System Reset which are each initiated at Model NCC Model NCC can also be used to perform maintenance commands on an individual PRO Modular system on the XNET communications bus Model NIC C Card takes one 1 card slot and mounts in a Model CC 2 or Model Card Cage inside a Model CAB 1 Model CAB 2 Model CAB 3 enclosure NIC C also comprises the CAN network which supports LCM 8 SCM 8 FCM 6 OCM 16 SIM 16 CAN modules to 99 CAN module addresses are available per enclosure Network Interface Card has diagnostic LEDs that indicate Card Fail CAN Fail HNET Fail XNET Fail Ground Fault Loop A Fail and Loop B Fail Each Model NIC C also has LEDs to indicate Power Style and Active Networks Temperature and Humidity Range is UL 864 9th Edition Listed for indoor dry locations within a temperature range of 120 3 49 2 32 3 0 2 and a relative humidity of 93 2 at a temperature of 90 3 32 2 for Ordering Network Interface Card Ratings POWER BACK CURRENT CURRENT TERMINAL BACK CURRENT CURRENT STANDBY POWER HNET XNET AND CAN NETWORK PAIR peak to peak max max message The information contained in this data sheet document is intended only a summary and is subject to change without notice product s described here has have a specific instruction sheet s cover various technical limitation and liability information of install type instruction sheets as well as the General Product and Limitations document which also contains important data provided with the product and are available from the Manufacturer Data contained in the aforesaid type of documentation should be consulted a fire safety professional before specifying or using the product further questions or assistance concerning problems that might arise relative to the functioning of the equipment please contact Manufacturer PRO Industry Inc Technologies Division Fernwood Road Florham Park NJ 07932 973 593 2600 2017 New Issue 0

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