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Intelligent Control Panel
SLC
Wiring Manual
Document 51309
P4
9/17/2014
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P/N 51309:P4
ECN 14-790

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  • Page 1 Intelligent Control Panel Wiring Manual Document 51309 9/17/2014 Rev: P/N 51309:P4 ECN 14-790...
  • Page 2 Adequate written records of all inspections should be kept. (especially in bedrooms), smoking in bed, and violent explosions Limit-D-1-2013 FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 3: Installation Precautions

    LiteSpeed™ is a trademark; and FireLite® Alarms is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
  • Page 4 •Your suggestion for how to correct/improve documentation Send email messages to: FireSystems.TechPubs@honeywell.com Please note this email address is for documentation feedback only. If you have any technical issues, please contact Technical Services. FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    2.1.1: CLIP (Classic Loop Interface Protocol) Mode..................14 2.1.2: LiteSpeed Mode..........................14 2.2: Measuring Resistance & Length........................15 2.2.1: Two-Wire SLC - Style 4 (Class B)....................15 2.2.2: Four-Wire SLC Style 6 & 7 (Class A) ....................16 2.3: Shield Wire Termination..........................17 2.4: Control Panel Terminal Blocks........................18 2.4.1: MS-9200 ............................18 2.4.2: MS-9600, MS-9600LS, &...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 5.1.4: Mini Monitor Module ........................33 5.2: Installation..............................33 5.2.1: Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module ................34 5.2.2: Setting an SLC address for a Multi-Point Module ................35 5.3: MMF-300 Wiring Diagrams ........................36 5.3.1: Wiring a NFPA Style B IDC with an MMF-300................36 5.3.2: Wiring a NFPA Style D IDC with an MMF-300 ................37...
  • Page 7 9.7.3: W-GATE Powered by a Regulated, External +24VDC Power Source..........64 Section 10: Addressable Beam Detectors................65 10.1: Description..............................65 10.2: Installation and Wiring ..........................65 10.2.1: Setting an SLC Address for a Beam Detector .................65 10.2.2: Wiring a Beam Detector ........................66 Section 11: Addressable Manual Pull Station ..............67 11.1: Description..............................67 11.2: Installation..............................67...
  • Page 8: Section 1: Introduction

    Section 1: Introduction 1.1 Scope This document describes the operation, installation and wiring of various Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) devices when used with the Fire-Lite MS-9200/MS-9200E, MS-9600/MS-9600E, MS- 9600LS/MS-9600LSC/MS-9600LSE, MS-9600UDLS/MS-9600UDLSE, MS-9200UD/MS- 9200UDE, MS-9200UDLS/MS-9200UDLSE/MS-9200UDLSC, and MS-9050UD/MS- 9050UDC/MS-9050UDE control panels. It also provides basic information that applies to Fire•Lite SLC loops in general, such as the branch resistance measurements.
  • Page 9: 1: Reference Documentation

    H355R Heat Detector w/ROR Installation Instructions I56-3657 °) H355HT Heat Detector (190 Installation Instructions I56-3657 D350P Duct Detector Installation Instructions F300-10-00 D350PL(A) Duct Detector - low flow Installation Instructions I56-1975 Table 1.1 Reference Documentation FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 10: Overview

    1.2 Overview Communication between the control panel and intelligent addressable monitor and control devices takes place through a Signaling Line Circuit (SLC), which can be wired to meet the requirements of NFPA Style 4, Style 6, or Style 7. At least one secondary surge protector must be used with each SLC wiring pair whenever SLC wiring runs outside the building.
  • Page 11: Devices

    Isolator Modules permit a zone of detectors and modules to be fault isolated from the remainder of the SLC loop, allowing critical components to function in the event of a circuit fault. Isolator modules are required to meet the requirements of an NFPA Style 7 circuit.
  • Page 12: 7: Manual Pull Station

    W-GATE: The Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a LiteSpeed SLC loop on the MS-9200UDLS. It is powered by the SLC loop or by a regulated, external 24VDC UL listed power supply. Available wireless devices include a photo detector, a photo/heat detector, a fixed-temperature heat detector, a rate-of-rise heat detector, and a monitor module.
  • Page 13: 9: 300 Series Addressable Devices

    1.6 SLC Performance SLC performance depends on the type of circuit (Style 4, Style 6, or Style 7) and the components on the circuit. NOTE: SLC operation meeting Style 7 requirements isolates each device on the SLC from faults that may occur within other areas of the SLC.
  • Page 14: Section 2: Wiring Requirements

    Section 2: Wiring Requirements 2.1 Wire Sizing The SLC requires use of a specific wire type, depending on the mode of operation, to ensure proper circuit functioning. Wire size should be no smaller than 18 AWG (0.75 mm ) and no larger than 12 AWG (3.25 mm...
  • Page 15: Measuring Resistance & Length

    Determine the total length in each SLC by summing the wire lengths of all branches of one SLC. In the following figure, the total length of the SLC is determined by adding the lengths of Branch A plus Branch B plus Branch C.
  • Page 16: 2: Four-Wire Slc Style 6 & 7 (Class A)

    2.2.2 Four-Wire SLC Style 6 & 7 (Class A) Loop Resistance The total DC resistance of the SLC pair cannot exceed 40 ohms. Measure DC resistance as detailed and shown below. Disconnect the SLC channel B (Out) and SLC channel A (Return) at the control panel.
  • Page 17: Shield Wire Termination

    DO NOT LET THE SHIELD DRAIN WIRE OR THE SHIELD FOIL TOUCH THE SYSTEM CABINET OR BE CONNECTED TO EARTH GROUND AT ANY POINT. MS-9600 MS-9600LS MS-9600UDLS MS-9200UD MS-9200UDLS MS-9050UD MS-9200 Shield Drain Wire Cabinet Shield Foil Conduit Figure 2.5 Shield Termination FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 18: Control Panel Terminal Blocks

    Control Panel Terminal Blocks 2.4 Control Panel Terminal Blocks The terminal blocks on the control panel circuit board that concern the SLC circuit are described below. For more information on this subject refer to the control panel’s Instruction Manual. 2.4.1 MS-9200 TB4 provides three types of 24 VDC power;...
  • Page 19: 3: Ms-9200Udls (Software Version 3.0)

    198 addresses are available per loop (99 detectors and 99 modules). Nonresettable Power Connections for Resettable wire shield Power TB10 SLC Return SLC Out Figure 2.9 MS-9200UD & MS-9200UDLS (Rev 1 & 2) Terminal Blocks FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 20: 5: Ms-9050Ud

    24 VDC power may be supplied by a remote power supply such as the Fire-Lite FCPS-24FS6/8. TB2 provides connections for the SLC wiring. 50 addresses are available (any combination of detectors and modules). Connections for wire shield SLC Return SLC Out Figure 2.10 MS-9050UD Terminal Block FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 21: Section 3: Slc Circuits Without Isolators

    NFPA Style 6 3.2 NFPA Style 4 SLC NFPA Style 4 requirements can be met by using the diagram below. • T-tapping of the SLC wiring is allowed for Style 4 configuration. Two-wire Addressable Detector Addressable Module T-tapped Circuits B+ B–...
  • Page 22: Nfpa Style 6 Slc

    NFPA Style 6 SLC 3.3 NFPA Style 6 SLC NFPA Style 6 requirements can be met by using the diagram below. • T-tapping of the SLC wiring is NOT allowed for Style 6 configuration. Two-wire Addressable Detector SLC Out Addressable Module SLC Return B+ B–...
  • Page 23: Section 4: Slc Circuits With Isolators

    Section 4: SLC Circuits with Isolators 4.1 Fault Isolator Devices There are three isolator devices used to protect critical elements of the SLC from faults on other SLC branches or segments. • Fault Isolator Module I300 • Six Fault Isolator Module ISO-6 •...
  • Page 24: 2: Wiring An Isolator Module

    Figure 4.1 Wiring an I300 Module The figure below shows typical wiring of an ISO-6 Isolator Module: status indicators SLC in from FACP or previous device SLC out to next device Figure 4.2 Wiring an ISO-6 Module FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 25: Nfpa Style 4 Slc Using Isolator Modules

    4.2 NFPA Style 4 SLC Using Isolator Modules A variation of a Style 4 operation using an I300 isolator module to protect each branch of the SLC is shown below. Refer to Figure 4.1 for I300 wiring and to Section 4.1 for limitations.
  • Page 26 NFPA Style 4 SLC Using Isolator Modules A variation of a Style 4 operation using an ISO-6 isolator module to protect each branch of the SLC is shown below. Each terminal on the ISO-6 acts as a single I300 module. Refer to Figure 4.2 for ISO-6 wiring and to Section 4.1 for limitations.
  • Page 27: Nfpa Style 6 Slc Using Isolator Modules

    4.3 NFPA Style 6 SLC Using Isolator Modules A variation of Style 6 operation using isolator modules to protect a section of the SLC. By flanking each group of devices with an I300 fault isolator module each group is protected from faults that may occur in the other groups.
  • Page 28: Nfpa Style 7 Slc Using Isolator Modules

    Isolator Module Module Two-Wire Addressable Addressable Pull Station Detector Isolator Isolator Module Module Isolator Isolator Module Module SLC Out SLC Return Control Panel Figure 4.6 NFPA Style 7 SLC Using Isolator Modules FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 29: Section 5: Monitor Modules

    FACP. SLC– Rotary IDC Return – SLC+ Switches IDC Return + IDC Out + IDC Out - Areas used to record the device address and SLC number. Figure 5.1 MMF-300 Monitor Module FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 30 Place shunt in: Set rotary switches to base Disable 1 position to disable highest module address (first) address of modules Disable 2 position to disable highest two module addresses Figure 5.2 MMF-300-10 Monitor Module FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 31: 2: Zone Interface Modules

    24 VDC + SLC– Rotary IDC Return – SLC+ Switches IDC Return + IDC Out + IDC Out - Areas used to record the device address and SLC number. Figure 5.3 MMF-302 Interface Module FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 32 Set rotary switches to base Place shunt in: (first) address of modules Disable 1 position to disable highest module address Disable 2 position to disable highest two module addresses Figure 5.4 MMF-302-6 Interface Module FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 33: 3: Dual Monitor Module

    When installing any of these modules DO NOT mix the following services that the IDC provides: • Fire alarm service • Automatic and manual waterflow alarm service with normally open contact devices • Sprinkler supervision with normally open contact devices FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 34: 1: Setting An Slc Address For A Single Point Module

    99. To set an SLC address, use a screwdriver to adjust the rotary switches on the module to the desired address. The module below is set at “35”. When finished, mark the address on the module face in the place provided.
  • Page 35: 2: Setting An Slc Address For A Multi-Point Module

    9600UDLS can support module addresses 01 - 159 (the plastic stop located on the Tens switch must be removed to set addresses above 99). To set an SLC address, use a common screwdriver to adjust the rotary switches on the module to the desired address. The module below is set at “28”.
  • Page 36: Mmf-300 Wiring Diagrams

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 37: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Style D Idc With An Mmf-300

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 38: 3: Mmf-300 Wiring For Emergency Alarm System Applications

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 39: Mmf-300-10 Wiring Diagrams

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T5 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set the base SLC address. Each module takes ten addresses on the SLC. The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next nine higher addresses.
  • Page 40: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Style D Idc With An Mmf-300-10

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T5 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set the base SLC address. Each module takes five alternat- ing addresses on the SLC. The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next four higher addresses.
  • Page 41: Mdf-300 Wiring Diagrams

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the SLC address. Each dual module takes two addresses on the SLC. Circuit ‘L’ corresponds to the address set on the rotary switches, which will be an even number.
  • Page 42: Mmf-302 Wiring Diagrams

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 43: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Style D Idc With An Mmf-302

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 44: Mmf-302-6 Wiring Diagrams

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T0 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set the base SLC address. Each module takes six addresses on the SLC. The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next five higher addresses.
  • Page 45: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Style D Idc With An Mmf-302-6

    Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T0 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the SLC addresses. Each module takes three alter- nating addresses on the SLC. The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next two higher addresses.
  • Page 46: Section 6: Control Modules

    6.2 CMF-300 Installation 6.2.1 Setting an SLC address for a CMF-300 Module Each module is factory preset with an address of “00”. To set an SLC address refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 47: Wiring A Cmf-300 Module

    24 VDC Notification power run. 47K, 1/2-watt Appliances Note: Module polarities are shown in alarm condition Figure 6.2 NFPA Style Y Notification Appliance Circuit FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 48: 2: Wiring A Style Z Nac (Four-Wire) With Addressable Control Modules

    In “Style Y” operation each CMF-300-6 module can be set to one of 154 base addresses (01-154). The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next five higher SLC addresses. For example, if the base address is set to 28, the next five module points will be addressed to 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33.
  • Page 49: 3: Setting Nacs As Style Y Or Style Z

    9200UDLS can support module addresses of 01 - 99. The MS-9600, MS-9600LS, MS-9600LSC, and MS-9600UDLS can support module addresses 01 - 159. To set an SLC address, use a common screwdriver to adjust the rotary switches on the module to the desired address. See Figure 6.4 on page 50.
  • Page 50: 6: Features Not Supported

    Short Circuit Protection - Remove Remove shunt for Style Z (Class A). shunt from the corresponding pins to enable. Shunt #1 for first address, #2 for second address, etc. Figure 6.4 CMF-300-6 Control Module Settings FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 51: Wiring A Cmf-300-6 Module

    24 VDC notification appliances 1/2-watt – NAC Out – Relay Connector Assembly CMF-300-6 – + – + – + – + – + – + – + Figure 6.5 NFPA Style Y Notification Appliance Circuit FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 52: 2: Wiring A Style Z Nac (Four-Wire)

    Power Supervision Relay (EOLR-1) 24 VDC nonresettable power 24 VDC notification appliances Return CMF-300-6 Power Supply Jumper Relay Connector Assembly Figure 6.6 NFPA Style Z Notification Appliance Circuit FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 53: Section 7: Relay Modules

    7.2 CRF-300 Installation & Wiring 7.2.1 Setting an SLC address for a CRF-300 Module Each module is factory preset with an address of “00”. To set an SLC address, refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34.
  • Page 54: Crf-300-6 Circuit Board Information

    This type of module is contained in either a BB-2 or BB-6 cabinet. The BB-2 can accommodate up to 2 modules and the BB-6, which requires the CH-6 chassis, can accommodate up to 6 modules. See the Installation Instructions provided with module for proper installation into cabinet. FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 55: 2: Setting An Slc Address For A Crf-300-6 Module

    Each CRF-300-6 module can be set to one of 154 base addresses (01-154). The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next five higher SLC addresses. For example, if the base address is set to 28, the next five module points will be addressed to 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33.
  • Page 56 Notes FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 57: Section 8: Multiple Input/Output Modules

    8.2.1 Setting an SLC address for a CDRM-300 Module Each module is factory preset with an address of “00”. To set an SLC address, use a screwdriver to adjust the rotary switches on the module to the desired address. Each module can use up to four (4) addresses.
  • Page 58: 2: Wiring A Cdrm-300 Module (Form-C Relay)

    The figure below shows a CDRM-300 module wired to the Control Panel. CDRM-300 IDC 1 (+) IDC 1 (-) IDC 2 (+) IDC 2 (-) Normally Closed Common Normally Open Normally Closed Common Normally Open Figure 8.1 CDRM-300 Wiring Connections FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/20149/17/2014...
  • Page 59: Section 9: Intelligent Detector Bases And Wireless Gateway

    The W-GATE Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a LiteSpeed SLC loop on the MS-9200UDLS. The gateway can be powered by the SLC loop or by a regulated, external UL-listed, 24VDC power supply. See Section 9.7.
  • Page 60: Wiring A Detector Base

    Wiring a Detector Base 9.3 Wiring a Detector Base Typical wiring of a detector base (B501 shown) connected to an SLC is shown in the figure below. An optional RA100Z/RA400Z Remote LED Annunciator is shown connected to the detector. From Control Panel SLC –...
  • Page 61: Wiring An Isolator Base

    2 and 3. It will not isolate its installed detector from short circuits that occur on the SLC connected at terminals 1 and 2. In Style 7 applications, the loss of a single detector during a short circuit is not acceptable, and an isolator module must be installed as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 62: Wiring A Sounder Base

    The W-GATE Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a LiteSpeed SLC loop on the MS-9200UDLS. It is powered by the SLC loop or by a regulated, external 24VDC UL-listed power supply. Available wireless devices include a photo detector, a photo/heat detector, a fixed-temperature heat detector, a rate-of-rise heat detector, and a monitor module.
  • Page 63: 2: W-Gate Powered By The Slc

    9.7.2 W-GATE Powered by the SLC The W-GATE provides isolation of short circuits on the SLC in Class A (Style 6) installations. SLC connections are power-limited by the panel. An interruption in the SLC that causes a loss of power at the W-GATE for more than 100ms may result in a trouble condition and loss of fire protection provided by the wireless devices for approximately 15 minutes.
  • Page 64: 3: W-Gate Powered By A Regulated, External +24Vdc Power Source

    9.7.3 W-GATE Powered by a Regulated, External +24VDC Power Source The FWSG provides isolation of short circuits of the SLC in Class A (Style 6) installations. SLC connections are power-limited by the panel. +24VDC must be power-limited by the source..
  • Page 65: Section 10: Addressable Beam Detectors

    10.2.1 Setting an SLC Address for a Beam Detector Each beam detector is factory preset with an address of “00.” To set an SLC address, use a com- mon screwdriver to adjust the address rotary code switches on the detector to the desired address (refer to 5.2.1“Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module”...
  • Page 66: 2: Wiring A Beam Detector

    Addressable Beam Detectors Installation and Wiring 10.2.2 Wiring a Beam Detector Typical wiring of a beam detector connected to an SLC is illustrated in the figure below. Alignment Mirror Digital Signal Alignment Gunsight Strength Readout Alignment Position Indicator Horizontal Adjustment...
  • Page 67: Section 11: Addressable Manual Pull Station

    11.2 Installation 11.2.1 Setting an SLC address Each unit is factory preset with an address of “00.” To set an SLC address refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module” on page 34. 11.2.2 Wiring a Manual Pull Station Figure 11.1 shows typical wiring for a BG-12LX Manual Pull Station to an SLC:...
  • Page 68: Appendix A: Power Considerations

    The minimum supply voltages produced by Fire•Lite power supplies are listed below: FACP Power Supply MS-9200 16.0 FCPS-24F 19.1 MS-9600 16.0 FCPS-24FS6/FCPS-24FS8 19.1 MS-9200UD/MS-9200UDLS 19.05 MS-9050UD 18.75 Table A.1 Minimum Supply Voltage FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 69: A.2: Supervising 24 Vdc Power

    The drawing below illustrates this concept. 24 VDC Power from Control Panel or Power Supply Last device on the SLC loop Power Supervision Relay (EOLR-1) Supervised NAC Figure A.1 Supervised 24 VDC Circuit FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 70 24 VDC Power from Control Panel or Power Supply CMF-300 ELR 47K Power Supervision Relay (EOLR-1) Supervised NAC ELR 47K MMF-300 Figure A.2 Alternate: 2-Address Method of Supervising a 24 VDC Circuit FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 71: Appendix B: Surge Suppression

    PLP-42N Northern Technologies, Inc. 23123 E. Madison Ave. Liberty Lake, WA 99019 (800) 727-9119 NOTE: For detailed information, refer to the Installation Instructions supplied with the unit. One primary surge protector must be used with each SLC wiring pair whenever SLC wiring runs outside the building. •...
  • Page 72: B.2.1: Wiring Diagram For Ms-9200

    Wire length must be minimized to provide best protection. SLCP-30 Connections 2LCP-30 Optional Four-wire Return Loop Style 6 (Class A) SLC Terminal Block 2LCP-30 SLC Loop – A Shield B Shield FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 73: B.2.2: Wiring Diagram For Ms-9600, Ms-9600Ls, Ms-9600Udls, Ms-9200Ud, Ms-9200Udls, And Ms-9050Ud

    Wire length must be minimized to provide best protection. SLCP-30 Connections 2LCP-30 Optional 4-wire Return Loop Style 6 (Class A) SLC Terminal Block 2LCP-30 SLC Loop – A Shield B Shield FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 74: Appendix C: Terminal Conversion Charts For New & Legacy Devices

    Terminal Function (V-Type) (H-Type) SLC - SLC + Unused Normally Open (1) Normally Closed (1) Relay Common (1) Normally Open (2) Normally Closed (2) Relay Common (2) Unused Unused Table C.1 CRF-300Terminal Conversions FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 75: C.2: Cmf-300 And Mmf-302

    (V-Type) (H-Type) SLC - SLC + VDC - VDC + Unused Solenoid B/A - Solenoid B/A + Solenoid A + Solenoid A - Unused Unused Table C.2 CMF-300 and MMF-302 Terminal Conversions FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 76: C.3: Mmf-300

    (V-Type) (H-Type) SLC - SLC + Unused Unused Unused Class A/B Supervision - Class A/B Supervision + Class A Supervision + Class A Supervision - Unused Unused Table C.3 MMF-300 Terminal Conversions FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 77: C.4: Mdf-300

    (V-Type) (H-Type) SLC - SLC + Unused Unused Unused Base Address (L) - Base Address (L) + Address +1 (H) + Address +1 (H) - Unused Unused Table C.4 MDF-300 Terminal Conversions FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 78: Appendix D: Intelligent Detector Base Layouts For Legacy Devices

    RA400Z Remote LED Annunciator (Optional) – Figure D.1 Wiring the Legacy B350LP or B501 Detector Base NOTE: The B350LP base wiring is identical to the B501, except there is no shield terminal. FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 79: D.2: B224Bi Isolator Base

    Isolator Module Figure D.2 Wiring the Legacy B224BI Isolator Base D.3 B224RB Relay Base To next device on SLC For connection of cable shield Figure D.3 Wiring the Legacy B224RB Relay Base FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 80: D.4: B501Bh(-2) And B501Bht(-2) Sounder Bases

    B501BH(-2) and B501BHT(-2) Sounder Bases D.4 B501BH(-2) and B501BHT(-2) Sounder Bases UL-Listed 24V Power Supply Optional Sounder Interconnect SLC + SLC - Figure D.4 Wiring the Legacy B501BH(-2) and B501BHT(-2) Sounder Bases FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 81 Notes FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 82: Appendix E: Canadian Versions Of Slc Devices

    Style Z (Class A). The modules come with a thermoplastic cover for mounting to a 4-inch (10.16 cm) square mounting box. CRF-300 CRF-300A Relay Control Module is similar to the CMF-300(A) except used as a Form-C control relay module. FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 83 The Fault Isolator Module protects the system against wire-to-wire short circuits on the SLC. It should be placed between groups of sensors in a Style 6 or Style 7 SLC to isolate short- and open-circuit problems and protect the rest of the loop so it can continue to operate normally.
  • Page 84: Index

    Classic Loop Interface Protocol 10 CLIP (Classic Loop Interface Protocol) 10 CLIP Mode 13 close nippled conduit 28 electrical interference 14 CMF-300 Control Module 11 emergency signaling circuit 38 installation 46 End-of-Line Resistor 47 wiring 47 FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 85 41 Photoelectric Detector 59 metal conduit 17 PLP-42N 71 Mini Monitor Module 33 Polling Protocols 10 minimum resistance 68 power run 68 MMF-300 Monitor Module 11 power supervision relay 47 wiring 36 FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 86 69 devices 69 supplying power 68 suppressors, surge 71 surge protector 10 switching 46 terminal blocks 18 termination of shield 17 Thermal Detector 59 thermistor sensing circuit 12 trouble conditions 13 FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 87 Manufacturer's Return Material Authorization form. The replacement part shall come from Manufacturer's stock and may be new or refurbished. THE FOREGOING IS DISTRIBUTOR'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IN THE EVENT OF A WARRANTY CLAIM. Warn-HL-08-2009.fm FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:P4 9/17/2014...
  • Page 88 World Headquarters 1 Firelite Place Northford, CT 06472-1653 USA 203-484-7161 fax 203-484-7118 www.firelite.com...