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Siemens PAD-4 Installation, Operation And Maintenance Manual

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    Model PAD-4 Distributed Power Module NAC Expander Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual Siemens Siemens Industry Siemens Industry Industry Industry, , , , , Inc. Inc. Inc. Inc. Siemens Siemens Industry Inc. Building Building Building T T T T T ec...

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    Cyber security disclaimer Siemens products and solutions provide security functions to ensure the secure operation of building comfort, fire safety, security management and physical security systems. The security functions on these products and solutions are important components of a comprehensive security concept.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Battery Size Calculations ....................44 COMPATIBLE DEVICES ......................45 TROUBLESHOOTING ......................45 LED Indicators ........................45 Improper Operation ......................46 Trouble Conditions ......................46 BATTERY MAINTENANCE ....................47 GLOSSARY ..........................47 APPENDIX A: Compatible Legacy Devices For PAD-4 and PAD-4-CLSA ......49...

  • Page 4: Preface

    PREFACE Along with the use of this Owner’s Manual, the appropriate following standards and the manufacturers’ instructions for initiating and signaling devices should be used to install and maintain a functioning Fire Alarm Signaling System. NFPA 70 National Electrical Code NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code NFPA 101...

  • Page 5: Descriptions

    PAD-4 the same way it supervises ordinary NACs. The inputs on the PAD-4 monitor the polarity of the Each of the four outputs is rated at 3 amps, voltage coming from the fire alarm control unit’s...

  • Page 6: Regulatory Standards

    The AC power and battery wiring are not power Common Trouble Relay limited. All other circuits leaving the control unit The PAD-4 includes a Form C trouble relay that will are power limited. de-energize for the following trouble conditions: Transient Protection •...

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    • Form A Contact (Normally open, closed on • Four Class B (Style Y) circuits or two Class A fail) (Style Z) circuits. Two additional Class A (Style Z) circuits are available when the PAD-4- CLSA module is installed. • Power limited • Supervised...

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  • Page 9: Installation

    2. Place the housing for the FP2011-U1 or FP2012-U1 over the four studs provided in Minimum Configuration: the upper left corner of the PAD-4 enclosure. 1. Enclosure, Model ENCL/DOOR PAD-4, P/N 3. Secure the FP2011-U1 or FP2012-U1 to the 500-050081 enclosure by slipping the lock nuts over the 2.

  • Page 10: Control Unit Mounting

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual CONTROL UNIT MOUNTING PAD-4-MB is configured out of the box for ULC power-limited wiring. Improper wiring installa- operation. Remove jumper on J2 for UL installa- tion may cause improper operation. Avoid tions. Leave jumper on J2 for ULC installations.

  • Page 11: Terminal Descriptions And Electrical Ratings

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual TERMINAL DESCRIPTIONS AND ELECTRICAL RATINGS Wire in accordance with the Authority Having Jurisdiction and Article 760 of the NEC NFPA 70 latest edition and CEC. To Connect External Wiring: 1. Loosen the screw of the terminal by turning it counterclockwise.

  • Page 12: Wiring The Pad-4

    Remove all system power before installation, first battery and then AC. (To power up, connect the AC first and then the battery.) Figure 2-5 shows the general layout of the PAD-4 main board. This section also provides specific wiring details for accessories. Consult your control unit manual for specific wiring information on the control unit being used.

  • Page 13: Ac Wiring

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual 2.6.1 AC Wiring SUPERVISED NON-POWER LIMITED FP2011-U1 12-14 AWG MIN. BLACK (L) WHITE (N) MAINS GREEN (G) NOTE: BRANCH CURRENT MUST BE PROTECTED BY A 15A MINIMUM OVERCURRENT DEVICE. USER-SUPPLIED 12-14 AWG WIRE FROM GROUND...

  • Page 14: Wiring From Fp2011-u1/fp2012-u1 To Pad-4-mb

    NOTE: 1. Power Supply includes a cable connection that is detachable. 2. Select 170W operation using Figure 2-7a jumper on J3. Wiring from FP2011-U1 Power Supply to PAD-4-MB SEE FIGURE 2-6b FP2012-U1 FOR WIRING 300W 170W 1 2 3 4...

  • Page 15: Battery Connection

    System 3 rails or a separate listed battery enclosure is required. The following steps and diagram explain how to connect the Siemens BT-33, 7 A.H. battery set to the PAD-4-MB using the battery wires, P/N 600- 150217, included with the PAD-4-MB.

  • Page 16: 2.6.2.1 Multiple Module Battery Connection

    S3AP adapters. Refer to the S3AP manual, P/N 315-050257. To PAD-4 d) One of the PAD-4 boards must have its charging circuit disabled. e) Two (2) battery connection splitters (part number 230-299203) are used on the battery To PAD-4 set for proper connection.

  • Page 17: Class B (style Y) Input/output Nac Wiring

    Class B (Style Y) Supervised Input Circuits Figure 2-12 shows Class B (Style Y) supervised wiring from a fire alarm control unit to the PAD-4 board. Use the control unit’s EOL resistor installed as shown to enable notification input supervision. Note: MIN: 22 AWG, MAX: 12 AWG.

  • Page 18: Class A (style Z) Input/output Nac Wiring

    Class A (Style Z) Supervised Input Circuits The configuration shown in Figure 2-13 shows Class A (Style Z) supervised wiring from a fire alarm control unit to the PAD-4 board. Pay close attention to the polarities when wiring the unit and follow these requirements: When wiring to terminal 1-, you must use two separate wires.

  • Page 19: Auxiliary Power Supply Output

    PAD-4 opens its trouble contacts. For AC Fail reporting, refer to Section 5.1.4 for configuration and response times. Note: The N.C. contact is the relay contact that is closed when the PAD-4 has power and there are no trouble conditions.

  • Page 20: Ac Fail Relay

    AC is low or lost. It provides a 2.6.8 Ground Fault Relay GND FLT Relay, located on the PAD-4-CLSA ULC operation for the contact to activate. Refer to module, provides a Normally Open (N.O.) Form the PAD-4-CLSA installation instructions, P/N A contact which will be energized if ground fault 315-050254 for more information.

  • Page 21: Ground Fault Detection Enable/disable

    2 and 3, then inputs are nor- thus the PAD-4 will monitor the polarity of the voltage mally driven by fire alarm control unit notification coming from the fire alarm control unit to determine appliance circuits.

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  • Page 23: Connection To Control Units

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual CONNECTION TO CONTROL UNITS The drawings in this section show you how to connect the PAD-4 to compatible Siemens and Faraday control units. See control unit owners manual for more information. PAD-4 TB11 TB12...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO AUX PWR SUPPLY NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) INPUT 2 INPUT 1 2.2K, 1/2W EOL P/N 140-820380 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO AUX PWR SUPPLY NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) INPUT 1 INPUT 2 5.6K, 1/2W EOL P/N 140-112166 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 5.6K, 1/2W EOL P/N 140-112166 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO AUX PWR SUPPLY NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) INPUT 1 INPUT 2 CLASS A SUPERVISED NOTIFICATION CIRCUITS AA-30U 5.6K, 1/2W EOL...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 15K, ½ W EOL P/N 140-820400 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PNL SW PAD-4 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 TB11 TB12 TB14 TB15 TB16 TB13 PNL SW PNL SW PNL SW 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A)

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 24K, 1W EOL P/N 140-033771 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB14 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 EOL 24K 1/2W, 5% P/N 140- 034677...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 24K, 1W EOL P/N 140-033771 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 24K, 1W EOL P/N 140-033771 (SEE CONTROL UNIT...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO AUX PWR SUPPLY NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) INPUT 1 INPUT 2 2.4K, 1/2W EOL (SEE CONTROL UNIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS) NOTE: 3 OHM MAX.

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 2.4K, 1/2W EOL (SEE CONTROL UNIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS) NOTE: 3 OHM MAX.

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual PAD-4 TB11 TB12 TB13 TB14 TB15 TB16 1+ 1- 2- 2 NC COM NO NAC1B NAC2B (NAC1A) NAC3B NAC4B (NAC2A) AUX PWR SUPPLY INPUT 1 INPUT 2 24K, 1/2W EOL (SEE CONTROL UNIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS) NOTE: 3 OHM MAX.

  • Page 37: Sample Applications

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual SAMPLE APPLICATIONS The drawings in this section show various configurations, including daisy-chaining. Notification Appliance Power Applications 24 VDC Notification Appliance Circuit Fire Control Unit PAD-4 Input 1 Figure 4-1 Input 1 Activates All Four Outputs and Input 2 Is Not Used...

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    Unit NOTE: Only the appliances connected to the same PAD-4 will operate synchronously when the output circuits of the PAD-4 are set to synchronization mode. The appliances connected to a different PAD-4 will not operate synchronously. Figure 4-4 One Control Panel Activating Two PAD-4s...

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual 24 VDC Notification Appliance Circuit Fire Control PAD-4 Unit Input 1 Output 4 24 VDC 24 VDC PAD-4 PAD-4 Input 1 Input 1 Output 4 Figure 4-5 One Control Panel Activating Three PAD-4s...

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    Circuit #2 Activates NOTE: Only the appliances connected to the same PAD-4 will operate synchronously when the output circuits of the PAD-4 are set to synchronization mode. The appliances connected to a different PAD-4 will not operate synchronously. Figure 4-6...

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    FROM FACP NOTE: Only the appliances connected to the same PAD-4 will operate synchronously when the output circuits of the PAD-4 are set to synchronization mode. The appliances connected to a different PAD-4 will not operate synchronously. Figure 4-7 Multiple PAD-4s Activated by a Single Notification Circuit...

  • Page 42: Door Holder Applications

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual Door Holder Applications In a typical door holder application, the door holder power must be released to close all fire doors under the following conditions: • Any active alarm condition. • AC power is no longer present (to conserve backup battery power).

  • Page 43: Programming

    PROGRAMMING The PAD-4 functions are programmed with a 10- Refer to Figure 2-5 for the location of the DIP position DIP switch and ten 3-position jumpers. switch on the circuit board assembly.

  • Page 44: 5.1.1 Selecting The Input/output Configuration

    Figure 5-1 shows the position of each switch on the DIP switch for various input and output configura- tions. Refer also to Figure 5-2 for the terminal block designated on the PAD-4 or PAD-4-CLSA board. The position of switch 4 through 10 does not affect the relationship of inputs to outputs.

  • Page 45: Setting The Auxiliary Output

    The Slave operation output follows the input and can be used when the fire alarm control unit NAC The PAD-4 checks switch 4 only when powering is steady, coded, march time, or temporal and up. If you change this switch, you must push the desired output is the same.

  • Page 46: Setting The Ac Power Fault Reporting Delay On The Global Trouble Relay

    Switch 9 ON & Switch 10 ON: AC Power Fail reporting will be Figure 5-7 delayed 180 minutes. Jumper Configuration Settings If this option is chosen, the PAD-4 must always be monitored via the AC Fail relay. Figure 5-6 Setting DIP Switch 9 and 10...

  • Page 47: Reference Data

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual REFERENCE DATA This section provides reference for the following topics: • Wire selection guides • Battery size calculations WIRE SELECTION GUIDES 6.1.1 Resistance of Solid Copper Wire...

  • Page 48: Battery Size Calculations

    A. Up to two PAD-4 boards can be connected to a common battery set. When calculating for 2 PAD-4 boards Both boards must be mounted on S3AP adapter plates on System 3 rails in the same enclosure.

  • Page 49: Compatible Devices

    See Siemens P/N 315-096363 or Faraday P/N 315-096363FA, as applicable, for compatible notification appliances. TROUBLESHOOTING This section describes the LED states and provides possible trouble conditions of the PAD-4. LED INDICATORS Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) indicate fault and normal conditions. The seven LEDs indicate a fault condition in one of the circuits (either outputs 1 through 4, auxiliary power, ground fault, or battery).

  • Page 50: Improper Operation

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual IMPROPER OPERATION If there is improper operation of the activation of the outputs, check for the following: Was the reset switch S2 pressed after changing the DIP switch, jumper settings or reconnecting to any...

  • Page 51: Battery Maintenance

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual BATTERY MAINTENANCE 10. GLOSSARY Perform the following tests at the recommended Alarm Signal. A signal that indicates the pres- interval. Replace the battery set every four years ence of an emergency requiring immediate or if any of the test criteria are not met.

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    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual maintains periodic inspection of the production of such labeled equipment or materials. Listed. Equipment or materials included in a list published by an organization acceptable to the AHJ and concerned with product evaluation. Inclusion in the list indicates that the equipment or...

  • Page 53: Appendix A: Compatible Legacy Devices For Pad-4 And Pad-4-clsa

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual Appendix A The following lists compatible legacy devices for the PAD-4 and PAD-4-CLSA. Maximum Number Per NAC With Maximum Rating PAD-4 PAD-4 CLSA 3.0 Amp. 3.0 Amp. Instruction Sync Model Part Number Description Appliance...

  • Page 54

    PAD-4 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual Maximum Number Per NAC With Maximum Rating PAD-4 PAD-4 CLSA 3.0 Amp. 3.0 Amp. Instruction Sync Model Part Number Description Appliance Compatible Setting 2705 315-049499FA Selectable Candela Sync/ Strobe Only 15cd Non-Sync Strobe 30cd...

  • Page 56

    Siemens Industry, Inc. Siemens Canada, Ltd. P/N 315-050217-4 Building Technologies Division 1577 North Service Road East Document ID A6V10406110 Florham Park, NJ Oakville, Ontario L6H 0H6 Canada...

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