INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS and WAV-CWL L-Series AV Base use with System Sensor L-series AV devices: See Table 1 for complete list. Operating Voltage Range: Maximum Current Draw: Operating Voltage Range: Maximum Standby Current: Maximum Alarm Current: Current: Transmit RF Power: Frequency Range: Humidity Range: Temperature Range: VDC mA (LED On) VDC mA mA @ 3.3 VDC (LED blink enabled) dBm MHz to 93% Relative Humidity, to 120 (0 to 49 Ohio Avenue, St. Charles, Illinois 60174 FAX: 630-377-6495 Type: Life: Replacement: (Ceiling): (Ceiling): Panasonic CR123A or 8 Duracell DL123A batteries: 2 year minimum. AV batter- See Table 2 for AV battery life. during annual maintenance or TROUBLE BATTERY LOW displays. 7.4 (19 cm); Depth 1.6 (4 cm) oz (567 g) installed with 8 batteries audio visual (AV) wireless base must be installed in compliance with control panel system installation manual, the AV notification appliance and the SWIFT Wireless Manual. The installation must meet the re- of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Notificaton appliances maximum performance when installed in compliance with the National Protection Association (NFPA); see NFPA 72. wireless AV base and notification appliance will synchronize both audio visual indications between devices located within the same mesh net- Synchronization of a wireless AV device with a wired notification ap- requires a synchronization module (W-SYNC) available from System or your FACP provider. Synchronization is only available through noti- appliances that use the System Sensor synchronization protocol. 1. AV MOUNTING ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION WAV-CRL and WAV-CWL provide a wireless base for use with compat- System Sensor L-Series AV notification appliances (listed in Table 1). The notification appliance is attached directly to the wireless AV base. (See 1.) The wireless AV base communicates through a wireless mesh to a The gateway sends information to/from the Fire Alarm Control Panel wireless AV base provides power through 2 sets of 4 batteries one set power for the RF communication and the other set provides power to audible and/or visible output on the notification appliance. (See Figure 2.) life of the AV set of batteries depends upon the activation time of the and/or visible output as indicated in Table 2. The AV base includes optional battery cartridges to ease battery replacement. (See Figure 2.) Bat- can be inserted directly into the AV base or pre-loaded into the battery and inserted as two groups of 4 batteries. The battery compartment cartridge indicate the correct orientation of the batteries. Carefully align batteries with these markings and do not force them into place. dial switches are provided on the wireless base to set the device ad- (See Figure 2.) Notification appliance settings are adjusted through the appliance directly. Temporal 3 and continuous tone patterns are and set directly on the notification appliance. Refer to the specific appliance manual for available setting options. offer different feature sets across the various models. As a result, cer- features may be available on some control panels, but not on others. The feature sets available with Models WAV-CRL and WAV-CWL include: An LED on the wireless base is controlled by the panel to indicate device Operational modes include red, green and amber colors in vari- solid or blink patterns. A magnet test feature allows the individual AV appliance to be turned for testing purposes reducing the activation time needed during of the horn and/or strobe in support of longer battery life (refer to SWIFT Wireless Gateway Manual for complete instructions). Custom and Temporal 4 patterns generated through the FACP. Models WAV-CRL and WAV-CWL require compatible addressable com- to function properly. Connect these devices to listed compatible panels only. Please refer to the operation manual for the UL listed panel for specific operation.