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HPFF12(E)/HPFF12CM(E)
Notification Appliance Circuit Expander
Instruction Manual
Power Products
Document 53576 Rev: B3
10/1/2018 ECN: 18-476

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  • Page 1 Power Products HPFF12(E)/HPFF12CM(E) Notification Appliance Circuit Expander Instruction Manual Document 53576 Rev: B3 10/1/2018 ECN: 18-476...
  • Page 2 (especially Limit-D2-2016 in bedrooms), smoking in bed, and violent explosions (caused by escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, etc.). HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 3 HARSH™, NIS™, and NOTI•FIRE•NET™ are all trademarks; and Acclimate®, FlashScan®, Honeywell®. NOTIFIER®, ONYX®, ONYXWorks®, VeriFire®, and VIEW® are all registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Chrome™ and Google™ are trademarks of Google Inc. Firefox® is a registered trademark of The Mozilla Foundation.
  • 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. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    2.3.3: Mixing Class B and Class A NACs..............................22 2.3.4: HPP31076 Optional Class A (Style Z) Adapter ...........................23 2.4: Mounting Addressable Modules ..................................23 2.4.1: Mounting Modules from Honeywell Fire Systems ..........................24 2.4.2: Mounting Six-Circuit Modules from Honeywell Fire Systems......................25 2.5: Power-Limited Wiring Requirements................................25 2.5.1: Power-Limited Wiring, Standard Chassis ............................26...
  • Page 6 UL 864, 9th Edition. Operation of this product with products not tested for UL 864, 9th Edition has not been evaluated. Such oper- ation requires the approval of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 7: Section 1: System Overview

    It contains an internal battery charger capable of charging up to 26.0 AH (amp hour) batteries. The HPFF12 is a wall cabinet unit that can accommodate up to two 18 AH batteries. It can be configured to internally house one address- able control or relay module, a six-circuit relay module, or a six-circuit control module.
  • Page 8: Start-up Procedure

    The HPFF power supplies are comprised internally of two basic components: a 24 VDC power supply and a Control circuit board. The HPFF12 models have an installed 12.0 A power supply. Jumpers are located on the control circuit board; see Figure 1.1, “Control Circuit Board”.
  • Page 9: 1: Charger Disable Jumper (j1)

    Refer to Section 1.1, “Control Circuit Board”, on page 11 for terminal locations. Primary AC Power — TB1 (on 24 VDC power-supply circuit board) • HPFF12 and HPFF12CM: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 5.0 A • HPFF12E and HPFF12CME: 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 2.80 A •...
  • Page 10 Voltage rating: 24 VDC filtered. • Current: – Maximum for any one circuit: 3.0 A – Maximum total continuous for all outputs: HPFF12, HPFF12CM, HPFF12E, HPFF12CME: 12.0 A • Output circuit types: – four Class B (Style Y); or – two Class A (Style Z);...
  • Page 11 A– BATT+ BATT– A+ A- 1L1 1L2 2L1 2L2 3L1 3L2 4L1 4L2 TB4: Auxiliary/NAC Outputs Alarm Polarity Shown Figure 1.1 Control Circuit Board Figure 1.2 HPFF12 24 VDC Power Supply Circuit Board HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 12 Notes HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 13: Section 2: Installation

    Depth = 5.207” (13.23cm) Depth = Door = 16.821” (42.73cm) 5.257” Backbox = 16.65” (42.29cm) (13.353cm) Door = 19.26” (48.92cm) Backbox = 19.0” (48.26cm) Left Side Right Side Bottom Figure 2.1 Standard Cabinet: Dimensions HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 14 Installation Backbox Mounting Semi-Flush Mounting Do not recess box more than 3.875” into wall to avoid covering venting holes on top of box. Figure 2.2 Standard Cabinet: Dimensions for Wall-mounting HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 15 NOTE: See CAB-4 Series Install Sheet PN 15330 and EQ Series Install Sheet PN 53412 for door-mounting details and measurements for A, B, and C size backboxes. This drawing shows EQBB-D4 knockout locations. Figure 2.3 FACP Cabinet-Mounting Details: Backbox-Mounting Holes and Chassis-Mounting Studs (EQBB-D4 shown) HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 16: Chassis-mounting In Facp Cabinets

    Align HPFF12CM module with the backbox’s mounting studs; fasten securely using four #8-32 keps nuts as shown in Figure 2.7. Install battery well by resting the bottom on top of the studs and securing the top with two #8-32 keps nuts as shown in Figure 2.7. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 17 NOTE: This can be done before or after Note: Two-row and three-row mounting is equivalent. attaching chassis-mounting plate to backbox. Figure 2.6 Installing Chassis-Mounting Plates onto Backbox (EQBB-D4 Shown) HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 18 Secure top of battery well with two #8-32 keps nuts. Figure 2.7 HPFF12CM: Chassis-Mounting in Backbox (EQBB-D4 Shown) See power-limited wiring “HPFF12CM(E) Power-Limited Wiring, EQBB-D4 Backbox” on page 27. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 19 Chassis-Mounting in FACP Cabinets Installation Figure 2.9 One HPFF12CM Module in an EQBB-B4 Backbox Figure 2.8 Two HPFF12CM Modules in an EQBB-C4 Backbox See power-limited wiring “HPFF12CM(E) Power-Limited Wiring, EQBB-D4 Backbox” on page 27. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 20: Nac Circuit Wiring

    2. The same gauge wire must be used if two conductors are connected to the same terminal of any terminal block. 3. Do not complete a continuous circuit around the screw terminal. There must be two separate wires on either side of the screw at the terminal block. “T-tapping” is absolutely NOT ALLOWED. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 21: 2: Two Nacs Configured For Class A (style Z)

    2. The same gauge wire must be used if two conductors are connected to the same terminal of any terminal block. 3. Do not complete a continuous circuit around the screw terminal. There must be two separate wires on either side of the screw at the terminal block. “T-tapping” is absolutely NOT ALLOWED. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 22: 3: Mixing Class B And Class A Nacs

    2. The same gauge wire must be used if two conductors are connected to the same terminal of any terminal block. 3. Do not complete a continuous circuit around the screw terminal. There must be two separate wires on either side of the screw at the terminal block. “T-tapping” is absolutely NOT ALLOWED. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 23: 4: Hpp31076 Optional Class A (style Z) Adapter

    2.4 Mounting Addressable Modules The HPFF12 and the HPFF12E are designed to mount Honeywell Fire Systems addressable control or relay modules on the Control cir- cuit board inside the power supply cabinet. This allows power to be fed from the Auxiliary output directly to the module, if needed, with- out running the power wires outside the cabinet.
  • Page 24: 1: Mounting Modules From Honeywell Fire Systems

    See Section 2.5, “Power-Limited Wiring Requirements”. Standoff Standoff Standoff Standoff Figure 2.14 Mounting Details for Control & Relay Modules from Honeywell Fire Systems HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 25: 2: Mounting Six-circuit Modules From Honeywell Fire Systems

    However, the six-output module cannot be mounted as shown in the HPFF12CM(E) units when used in the large equipment enclosure. An optional multi-module chassis is available from Honeywell Fire Systems. See Section 2.5, “Power-Limited Wiring Requirements”.
  • Page 26: 1: Power-limited Wiring, Standard Chassis

    Specific Application: non-power-limited Power & SLC are circuits appear power-limited close together. AC Circuits Output Circuits Non-power-limited Power-limited Battery connections Nonpower-limited Figure 2.17 Power-Limited Wiring Example: HPFF12(E) Shown with Multi-module HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 27: 2: Power-limited Wiring, Facp Cabinet

    Output circuits and appear to “cross” Auxiliary Output: Power-limited Knockout for Power-limited wiring Battery connections: Non-power-limited Knockout for Non-power-limited wiring Figure 2.18 Power-Limited Wiring Example: EQBB-D4 with HPFF12CM(E) HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 28 Installation Power-Limited Wiring Requirements Ground Stud Ring Terminal Ground Stud Wire Nut TB1 on 24 VDC circuit board Ground Line Neutral Ground Figure 2.19 Power-Limited Wiring Example: EQBB-D4 AC Wiring (Expanded) HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 29: Section 3: Programming Options

    **Split Alarm is Signal Input I controlling NAC outputs 1 and 2, and Signal Input 2 controlling NAC outputs 3 and 4. ***Silencing is visual strobe activation but audible horn is silenced for the initiating device. Table 3.1 DIP Switch Settings HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 30: Programmable Features

    TB2's AC FAIL contacts will always immediately transfer if an AC loss or brownout occurs, regardless of DIP switch 7 setting. These contacts can be used for local reporting to the protected premises, in compliance with UL 864 9th Edition. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 31: 4: Split Alarm And Silencing

    Signal Input 1 OFF will silence all four NAC outputs while keeping visual strobe activation. NOTE: See Section 5.1 and 5.2 for proper alarm input wiring when DIP switch 8 is programmed in the OFF position. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 32: Section 4: Trouble Supervision

    +/- Reference Resistor NOTE: The trouble contacts AC FAIL and TROUBLE on TB2 and initiating device inputs SIGNAL1 and SIGNAL2 on TB3 are not supervised by the HPFF12, but are used for supervision of the HPFF12 by the FACP. 4.2 Trouble Reporting 4.2.1 Normal/Standby...
  • Page 33: 2: Alarm

    The NAC Trouble Memory is permanently latched. To clear it, the AC must be cycled and the battery momentarily disconnected, or just press SW2 (microprocessor reset) on the control PCB. If the panel is in alarm, an excessively loaded or shorted NAC is only trouble condition that will cause the Trouble contacts to transfer. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 34: 7: Ground Fault Detection

    TB2’s TROUBLE contacts. This is a latched overload condition, but the unit will keep attempting to re-engage the NAC output while in alarm. To clear the permanently latched overload condition, the AC must be cycled and the battery momentarily disconnected, or just press SW2 (microprocessor reset) on the Control circuit board. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 35: Section 5: Applications

    The same gauge wire must be used if two conductors are connected to the same terminal of any terminal block. Do not complete a continuous circuit around the screw terminal. There must be two separate wires on either side of the screw at the terminal block. “T-tapping” is absolutely NOT ALLOWED. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 36: Controlling And Silencing Four Nacs

    The same gauge wire must be used if two conductors are connected to the same terminal of any terminal block. Do not complete a continuous circuit around the screw terminal. There must be two separate wires on either side of the screw at the terminal block. “T-tapping” is absolutely NOT ALLOWED. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 37: Split Alarm And Selective Silence

    Therefore, the Trouble contacts at TB2 need to be used to report troubles to the FACP during an alarm. See Section 4.1, “Supervised Functions and Field Wiring”. The FACP NAC outputs must be programmed as a silenceable points and the HPFF12 programmed for Selective/Split Alarm to allow selective silence of horn/strobe devices.
  • Page 38: 2: Split Alarm Mode

    The same gauge wire must be used if two conductors are connected to the same terminal of any terminal block. Do not complete a continuous circuit around the screw terminal. There must be two separate wires on either side of the screw at the terminal block. “T-tapping” is absolutely NOT ALLOWED. HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 39: Connecting Multiple Units

    5.4 Connecting Multiple Units Two or more HPFF12 and/or HPFF8 units can be connected to each other to provide additional NAC extenders for a system; see wiring in Figures 5.5–5.10 and in the HPFF8 manual PN 53499. Maintain separation of power-limited and non-power limited wiring as dis- cussed in Section 2.5, “Power-Limited Wiring Requirements”.
  • Page 40 The FACP’s NAC output must be regulated (not Full Wave Rectified [FWR]) if the HPFF is programmed for Sync Generator. The number of possible units that can be interconnected depends on the current capability of the FACP output. Each HPFF12 input draws 12.26 mA at 24 VDC.
  • Page 41 Notes HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 42: Section 6: Power Supply Requirements

    Milliamperes (mA) to amperes (A) mA x 0.001 3 mA x 0.001 = 0.003 A Microamperes (µA) to amperes (A) µA x 0.000001 300 µA x 0.000001 = 0.0003 A Table 6.2 Converting to Full Amperes HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 43: 2: How To Calculate System Current Draw

    Current limitation on TB4 NAC circuits is 3.0 Amps per NAC. Current limitation on TB4 AUX Output is 2.0 Amps. Total current draw cannot exceed 12.0 Amps in alarm. Table 6.4 System Current Draw Calculations HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 44: Calculating The Battery Size

    PCB. The alternate enclosure and battery charger shall be listed for Fire Protective Signaling use. that can fit two 12AH batteries. used for a multi-pack option that allows up to four HPFF12 units mounted in large equipment enclo- sures.
  • Page 45 42 converting milliamperes and microamperes to full mounting 13 system overview 7 – amperes 42 addressable modules 23 current draw calculations 42 control and relay modules (single-input) 24 six-circuit modules 25 HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 46 39 control panel circuit board 11 NAC applications 35 NACs 20 separating power-limited from non-power- – limited circuits 25 split alarm mode 38 system sync 39 – wire specifications 9 wiring size 44 HPFF12 NAC Expander — P/N 53576:B3 10/1/2018...
  • Page 48 Honeywell Power Products 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472-1610 877.HPP.POWR 53576 | B3 | 11-10 www.honeywellpower.com ©2018 Honeywell International Inc.

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