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Batteries; Connecting The Batteries - Honeywell NOTIFIER ID2000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual

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Back Box Size
Standard back box
Extended/double
extended back box
Extended deep/
double-extended
deep back box
Standard back box
Extension
Deep back box
Extension
Externally Mounted
Battery Cabinet
CAUTION -
ENERGY HAZARD!
NEVER short the battery
terminals
CAUTION- RISK OF EXPLOSION!
If battery is replaced with an
incorrect type.
NEVER connect the
batteries before the mains
supply!
13 14
15
16
C
+
-
T E M
P S
N S
D
E
POWER SUPPLY FAULT
POWER SUPPLY FAULT
997-433-000-5, Issue 5
May 2010
ID2000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual

8.5 Batteries

Yuasa
The ID2000 Series control panel is designed for optimum
performance when used with either the Yuasa-NP range
12Ah
of backup batteries. The panel back boxes have space
provision for two 12V batteries; the deepest back box
17Ah
sizes being capable of holding either two Yuasa-NP
38Ah-sized battery units
The maximum battery ratings are shown in the table
38Ah
opposite.
17Ah
The batteries are not supplied with the panel. A valve-
regulated, lead-acid type MUST be used.
38Ah

8.5.1 Connecting the Batteries

130Ah
The procedure below describes connection of batteries
to the Kit PSU3A only. For PSUs other than the Kit
PSU3A, refer to the instructions provided with the PSU.
To connect the batteries:
1 Externally isolate the AC mains supply at the third-party-
2 With the batteries in place, disconnect the battery and
a. For the battery leads (D and E), measure from the
b. For the thermistor leads (F), measure from the PSU
R
B
A
DO NOT connect the wire link between the batteries
at this stage!
3 Turn on the AC mains supply and verify that after
F
4 Connect the batteries in series (+ve of one to -ve of
5 Reset the panel and check that the status returns to
supplied isolator unit and fit the batteries in the back box.
thermistor leads (note the polarity!) by removing the
four-way plug connector (A) from the PSU output socket
(B) - adjacent to the battery fuse (C). Disconnect the
leads from the connector then measure and cut them
to the correct length as follows:
PSU output socket to the rear terminal of each battery,
i.e. one positive and one negative.
output socket to a position on the side wall - NOT the
top plate - of the right-hand battery.
In both cases, the leads must be made as short as
possible. The thermistor should be secured to the side
wall of the battery using a suitable silicon-based sealant.
To obtain optimum EMC protection, run the thermistor
and battery wiring close to the rear corner of the back
box. Secure the wiring with the supplied self-adhesive
cable clips.
Reconnect the battery and thermistor leads (observe
polarity!) to the plug, then reconnect the plug to the
PSU output socket. Connect the red (D) and black
(E) leads to the free positive and negative battery
terminals respectively.
power-up the panel indicates 'POWER SUPPLY
FAULT'. This may take up to 20 seconds.
the other) using the wire link supplied.
'NORMAL'.
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