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Bosch B465 Quick Start Manual

Conettix universal dual path communicator.
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1 | Overview
The B465 Conettix Universal Dual Path Communicator links the
digital dialer from a intrusion/fire control panel to an Ethernet
connection on a local area network (LAN) or wide area network
(WAN). The module uses its built-in Ethernet connection, and/or
a Conettix plug-in cellular module (B440/B441/B442/B443) to
send reports to the central station receiver.
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MODULE 1
Y
X
MODULE
RELEASE
COMMUNICATION MODULE 1
ETHERNET
100BASE-T
LINK
USB
SYSTEM TROUBLE
TX
TX
RX
SDI2
POWER
Device Bus
PWR
R Y G B
BATTERY
INPUTS
2.2 k
End of
24 VDC
Line Resistors
or
PANEL
PANEL
16.5 VAC
BATTERY
1 COM 2
3 COM 4
LINE 1
LINE 2
+
-
T
R
16.5VAC
NC C NO
C
NO
C
NO
12V
1
COM
2
3
COM
4
T
R
BATTERY
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
AUX COM
PNL LINE 1
PNL LINE 2
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13
12
16
15
11
10
9
Figure 1.1: Board overview
Callout ― Description
Callout ― Description
1 ― Holes to stabilize plug-in
9 ― Control panel phone line
modules
connectors
2 ― Plug-in module connector
10 ― Input loop terminals
(COM 1 to COM 4)
3 ― Plug-in module retention clip
11 ― 12V AUX/COM terminal
4 ― Ethernet connector
12 ― Programmable output
relays to a control panel
5 ― USB connector
13 ― Heartbeat LED
6 ― Status LEDs (SYSTEM
14 ― 12 VDC sealed lead-acid
TROUBLE, TX, RX, POWER, and
rechargeable battery terminals
BATTERY)
7 ― External Annunciator
15 ― Earth ground terminal
connector (connected to a B46)
8 ― Tamper switch
16 ― 16.5 VAC or 24 VDC
power supply input terminals
NOTICE!
The SDI2 Device Bus terminal connector located
about callouts 11 and 12 is for future use.
2 | Installation
This section describes basic hardware installation procedures
for installing the enclosure, B465 and B46 modules, and
knockout locations for wire routing. For information on
configuration, LED descriptions, and troubleshooting refer to
the B465 Installation and Operation Guide (P/N: F01U311207).
NOTICE!
Notify the central station and the local authority
before installing the B465 in an existing system.
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CAUTION!
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Remove all power (AC and battery) before making
any connections. Failure to do so might result in
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personal injury and/or equipment damage.
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2.1 | Remove enclosure knockouts
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Review knockout locations before installing onto any surface.
Each enclosure is slightly different regarding knockout locations.
Use a hammer and punch to remove the desired knockout
locations. Use pliers to remove metal debris. Refer to Figure 2.1.
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Figure 2.1: Enclosure knockout locations (B10 shown)
Callout ― Description
1 ― Suggested knockout locations for B465 wiring
2 ― Knockouts for B46 LED cover and module (optional for non-fire
applications)
3 ― Lockset mounting knockout
2.3 | Mount the enclosure
Mount the UL Listed enclosure such as the B10/B10R, B11/
B11R, or D8103 enclosure in the desired location. Refer to
Figure 2.3.
2.4 | Apply the wiring label into the enclosure
Apply the supplied wiring label to the inside, enclosure door.
Refer to Figure 2.3 for wiring label location.
2.5 | Insert enclosure earth ground wiring
Insert the supplied earth ground wire onto the inside clip of a
B10/B10R or B11/B11R the enclosure door. Refer to Figure 2.3
for ground wire location.
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Figure 2.3: Mount the enclosure (B10/B10R shown)
Callout ― Description
1 ― B465 wiring label (label insertion location)
2 ― Earth ground wiring enclosure location
3 ― Enclosure mounting holes (4)
4 ― B46 mounting locations*
5 ― Tamper switch mounting locations (optional)
* Use the upper, right-hand 3-hole mounting location for installing the optional B46
module in a B10 enclosure.
2.6 | Insert plastic standoff
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Snap the four supplied plastic standoffs onto four enclosure
support posts. Refer to Figure 2.4. and Figure 2.5.
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Figure 2.4: Mount the plastic standoff onto the enclosure
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Figure 2.5: Mount the module
Callout ― Description
1 ― B10/B10R enclosure
2 ― B11/B11R enclosure
3 ― Mounting plastic standoff locations for B465
2.7 | Inserting the screws
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Mount the B465 into the enclosure's 4-hole plastic standoffs
using the supplied screws and a slotted screwdriver. Refer
to Figure 2.6.
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Figure 2.6: Mount the enclosure
2.8 | Mount the B46 module (optional)
Mount the B46 into the enclosure's side, 3-hole mounting
pattern using the supplied mounting screws, and
secure onto the enclosure. Refer to Figure 2.7. For more
information on the B46 installation, refer to the B46
Installation and Operation Guide (P/N: F01U312441).
Figure 2.7: Mount the B46 module
Callout ― Description
1 ― Module with mounting bracket installed
2 ― Enclosure (side wall)
3 ― Mounting screws (3)
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3
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Figure 2.8: Installing into an enclosure
Callout ― Description
1 ― B46
2 ― Enclosure
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3
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  • Page 1 2 | Installation 2.7 | Inserting the screws This section describes basic hardware installation procedures The B465 Conettix Universal Dual Path Communicator links the Mount the B465 into the enclosure’s 4-hole plastic standoffs for installing the enclosure, B465 and B46 modules, and digital dialer from a intrusion/fire control panel to an Ethernet using the supplied screws and a slotted screwdriver.
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