System Sensor B200S-WH and B200S-IV Manual

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I AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS B200S IV Sounder Base Ohio Avenue St Charles Illinois 60174 FAX 630 377 6495 to 93 relative humidity non condensing 17.46 cm 5.08 cm lb 227 gm model is compatible with Sytem Sensor Models MDL MDL3R MDLW MDL3W and SYNC 1 Diameter Height less sensor Temperature Range Refer to applicable sensor Operating Temperature Range using the Base Sensor Cross Reference Chart at systemsensor com Humidity Range Supply Electrical Ratings Supply Voltage Current Current Electrical Ratings Operating Voltage Standby Current Output Volume Volume to 33 VDC VFWR maximum mA maximum at high volume setting 15 mA maximum at low volume setting than 85 dBA minimum measured in a UL reverberant room at 10 feet 24 Volts in continuous tone than 75 dBA minimum measured in a UL reverberant room at 10 feet 24 Volts in continuous tone to 32 VDC maximum INSTALLING System Sensor Applications Guide for System Smoke Detectors which provides detailed information on sensor spacing placement wiring and special applications This manual is available online at NFPA 72 and NEMA guidelines should be observed Select Series sounder bases are not compatible with remote test ca Select Series detectors This manual should be left with the owner user of this equipment The detector used with this base must be tested and maintained following NFPA 72 requirements The detector should be cleaned at once a year DESCRIPTION B200S WH and B200S IV sounder bases are used with addressable detec heads For a list of compatible sensors refer to the System Sensor website www systemsensor com Refer to the appropriate manual for more informa on sensors B200S WH and B200S IV sounder bases were designed specifically to the needs of dwelling unit applications They offer maximum flexibility configuration and operation to meet or exceed the requirements of UL268 UL464 sounder base is capable of producing a variety of tone patterns includ the distinctive three pulse temporal pattern ANSI Temporal 3 fire alarm now required by NFPA 72 for commercial and residential applications B200S WH B200S IV can be commanded by the Fire Alarm Control Panel adopt the address of the attached sensor head but as a unique device type the loop By using the address the fire alarm control panel can command individual sounder base to activate or a group of sounders in a suite or multi room configuration The command set from the panel can be tai to the specific event allowing selection of volume tone and group The offers two volume levels 75 dBA and 85 dBA The available tones are ANSI Temporal 3 ANSI Temporal 4 and March Time In addi some fire alarm panels will offer the ability to command a custom tone Refer to the appropriate fire alarm control panel manual for more addition the B200S WH B200S IV is equipped with the circuitry to recog the System Sensor synchronization protocol enabling the sounder base be used as a component of the general evacuation signal producing an 72 compliant Temporal 3 pattern in synchronization with other System notification devices This requires connection to a power supply ca of generating the System Sensor synchronization pulses a FACP NAC configured to System Sensor synchronization protocol or a separate module sounder base is intended for use with intelligent systems In addition to connected to the SLC the sounder base requires a connection to either VDC constant power or a NAC circuit depending on the FACP and intended The connections for 24V constant NAC power and the communication are isolated to prevent electrical interaction between them connected to a NAC power is supervised via the NAC circuit supervi while in standby mode EOL resistor required for Class B operation activated the B200S WH B200S IV provides supervision of NAC power Figure 56 using a FACP equipped with a base standby power monitor mode and constant 24 V power power supervision EOL devices super relays and resistors should not be used See Figure 4 In this case B200S WH B200S IV will provide supervision in both standby and alarm mode Refer to FACP installation documentation to determine if this is available If your FACP does not support this mode or you choose not use it power supervision relays and EOL resistors are required to provide in standby mode If the FACP base standby power monitoring mode is en connecting B200S WH B200S IV sounder bases to the NAC will result in supervision failure when in standby Only connect B200S WH B200S IV bases to constant 24 V power in this case Refer to the panel manual maximum allowable number of units per loop For NFPA 72 Installations the Temporal 3 tone at high volume should used for public mode evacuation The use of other tone styles and low level will be at the discretion of the local Authority Having Jurisdic AHJ When not used as a supplementary evacuation system the external 24 supply shall be treated as a component of the main power supply system shall fall under the requirements of the main power supply system per 72 GUIDELINES wiring must be installed in compliance with the National Electrical Code the local codes having jurisdiction and must not be of such length or wire which would cause the base to operate outside of its published specifica The conductors used to connect smoke sensors to control panels and devices should be color coded to reduce the likelihood of wiring Improper connections can prevent a system from responding properly the event of a fire sizes up to 12 AWG 2.5 mm2 may be used with the base The sounder will be shipped with the screw terminals set for 14 AWG wiring If AWG wire is to be used back out the screws to allow the wire to fit beneath clamping plates For best system performance the power and wires the communication circuit wires should be twisted pair or shielded cable in a separate grounded conduit to protect the communication loop electrical interference wire connections by stripping about 3 8 of insulation from the end of wire Then slide the bare end of the wire under the appropriate clamping See Figure 1 and tighten the clamping plate screw Do NOT loop the under the clamping plate See Figure 2 The wiring diagram for a typi 2 wire intelligent system is shown in Figure 4 the B200S WH B200S IV mounting plate directly to an electrical box plate will mount directly to 4 square with and without plaster ring octagon 31 2 octagon single gang or double gang junction boxes Connect field wiring to terminals as shown in Figure 1 and 2 Attach the mounting plate to the junction box as shown in Figure 3 To mount the sounder base hook the tab on the sounder base to the groove the mounting plate system monitoring for terminals 2 3 4 and 5 do not use looped wire terminals Break wire run as shown in Figure 2 to provide monitoring connections 1 2 TERMINALS Function Not Used Positive Comm Line In and Out Negative Comm Line In and Out External Supply Positive External Supply Negative Remote Annunciator 3 MOUNTING Then swing the sounder base into position to engage the pins on the with the terminals on the mounting plate Secure the sounder base by tightening the mounting screws Install a compatible smoke sensor as described in the installation manual the sensor not over tighten mounting plate screws this may cause mounting plate flex RESISTANT FEATURE Do not use the tamper resist feature if the removal tool is to be used detector base includes a tamper resist feature that prevents its removal the base without the use of a tool To activate this feature break the tab the detector base as shown in Figure 7A Then install the detector To the detector from the base once the tamper resist feature has been insert a small bladed screwdriver into the slot from the top and down on the lever see Figure 7B This allows the detector to be rotated for removal The tamper resist feature can be defeated by and removing the plastic lever from the base However this prevents feature from being used again AND MAINTENANCE and bases must be te

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