INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
XP10-M Ten Input Monitor Module
Normal Operating Voltage:
Maximum SLC Wiring Resistance:
Maximum IDC Wiring Resistance:
Maximum IDC Voltage:
Maximum IDC Current:
If the modules will be installed in an existing operational system, inform the
operator and local authority that the system will be temporarily out of service.
Disconnect the power to the control panel before installing the modules. This
system contains static sensitive components. Always ground yourself with a
proper wrist strap before handling any circuits so that static charges are re-
moved from the body. The housing cabinet should be metallic and suitably
NOTICE: This manual should be left with the owner/user of this equipment.
The XP10-M Ten Input Monitor Module is intended for use in an intelligent
alarm system. Each monitor module is intended to interface between a control
panel and normally open contact devices, such as pull stations. A common
SLC input is used for all modules, and the initiating device loops share a
common supervisory supply and ground. Otherwise, each monitor operates
independently from the others. Each module has its own unique address.
A pair of rotary code switches is used to set the address of the first module
from 01 to 150. The remaining modules are automatically assigned to the next
nine higher addresses. Provisions are included for disabling a maximum of
two unused modules to release the addresses to be used elsewhere. Each mod-
ule also has panel controlled green LED indicators. The panel can cause the
LEDs to blink, latch on, or latch off.
(6) 1 x 4 Terminal Blocks
(4) Machine Screws
Shipped on Board:
(1) Shunt in Class A/B position
(Shipped in Class B position, remove shunt for Class A)
3.75 mA @ 24V
55 mA (assumes all ten LEDs solid on)
32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
10 to 85% Noncondensing
6.8˝H x 5.8˝W x 1.25˝D
CHS-6 Chassis; BB-25 Cabinet; BB-XP Cabinet; CAB-3 Series Cabinet; CAB-4 Series Cabinet
240µA (each circuit)
(32mm) Stand offs
(10) 47k Ohm
End of Line Resistors
To ensure proper operation, this module shall be connected to a compatible
Notifier system control panel.
Following are descriptions of the XP10-M mounting frameworks. There are
two mounting options for XP10-M modules:
• Up to six XP10-M modules can be installed on a CHS-6 in a CAB-3 Series
cabinet, CAB-4 Series cabinet or BB-25 cabinet.
• One or two XP10-M modules can be installed in a BB-XP cabinet.
The CHS-6 chassis is used to mount XP10-M modules in a BB-25, CAB-3 or
CAB-4 Series cabinet. It accommodates up to six XP10-M modules in a single
cabinet row three modules wide and two modules deep.
FIGURE 1. CHS-6 CHASSIS:
The BB-XP cabinet has a built-in chassis that will accommodate one or two
FIGURE 2. BB-XP CABINET:
12 Clintonville Road
Northford, CT 06472-1653
TO BACK OF CABINET