Honeywell Fire-Lite Alarms MS-9200 Wiring Manual

Honeywell Fire-Lite Alarms MS-9200 Wiring Manual

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Document 51309 Rev: R3
7/29/2019 ECN: 3468

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  • Page 1 Intelligent Control Panel Wiring Manual Document 51309 Rev: R3 7/29/2019 ECN: 3468...
  • Page 2 Fire Alarm & Emergency Communication System Limitations While a life safety system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for life and property insurance! An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of smoke IMPORTANT! Smoke detectors must be installed in the same room detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible warning as the control panel and in rooms used by the system for the devices, and a fire alarm control panel (FACP) with remote...
  • Page 3 LiteSpeed™ and Lite-Connect™ are trademarks; and Fire-Lite® Alarms, Honeywell®, and SWIFT® are 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. FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:R3 7/29/2019...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Section 1: Introduction ..............................8 1.1: Scope..........................................8 1.1.1: Reference Documentation ..................................8 1.2: Overview..........................................10 1.3: Polling Protocols......................................10 1.3.1: Available Protocols....................................10 1.3.2: Protocol Use......................................10 1.4: Devices ..........................................10 1.4.1: Isolator Modules ....................................10 1.4.2: Monitor Modules ....................................10 1.4.3: Control Modules ....................................11 1.4.4: Relay Modules ......................................11 1.4.5: Multiple Input/Output Modules................................11 1.4.6: Intelligent Detectors....................................11...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 5.3.1: Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MMF-300 ..........................34 5.3.2: Wiring a NFPA Class A IDC with an MMF-300 ..........................35 5.3.3: MMF-300 Wiring for Emergency Alarm System Applications ......................36 5.4: MMF-300-10 Wiring Diagrams..................................37 5.4.1: Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MMF-300-10 ..........................37 5.4.2: Wiring a NFPA Class A IDC with an MMF-300-10..........................38 5.5: MDF-300 Wiring Diagrams.....................................39 5.5.1: Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MDF-300 ..........................39...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents Section 10: Addressable Beam Detectors ........................60 10.1: Description........................................60 10.2: Installation and Wiring ....................................60 10.2.1: Setting an SLC Address for a Beam Detector ............................60 10.2.2: Wiring a Beam Detector ..................................60 Section 11: Addressable Manual Pull Station....................... 62 11.1: Description........................................62 11.2: Installation........................................62 11.2.1: Setting an SLC address ..................................62...
  • Page 8: Section 1: Introduction

    Section 1: Introduction 1.1 Scope This document describes the operation, installation and wiring of various Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) devices when used with the Fire- Lite MS-9200, MS-9200E, MS-9600, MS-9600E, MS-9600LS, MS-9600LSC, MS-9600LSE, MS-9600UDLS, MS-9600UDLSE, MS-9200UD, MS-9200UDE, MS-9200UDLS, MS-9200UDLSE, MS-9200UDLSC, MS-9050UD, MS-9050UDC, MS-9050UDE, ES- 50X, ES-50XC, ES-200X, and ES-200XC control panels.
  • Page 9 Scope Introduction For information on... Refer to... Part Number MMF-301 Mini Monitor Module Installation Instructions I56-1193 / I56-3654 MMF-302 Monitor Module Installation Instructions I56-1192 / I56-3652 MMF-302-6 Interface Module Installation Instructions I56-1900 MDF-300 Dual Monitor Module Installation Instructions I56-0013 / I56-3665 CMF-300 Control Module Installation Instructions I56-1189 / I56-3650...
  • Page 10: Overview

    Introduction Overview For information on... Refer to... Part Number B224BI-WH, B224BI-IV Isolator Detector Bases Installation Instructions I56-3736 B300-6, B300-6-IV Detector Base Installation Instructions I56-6566 SD992 Photo Detector Installation Instructions I56-5827 H995 Photo/Thermal Detector Installation Instructions I56-5828 MCP900 Addressable Pull Station Installation Instructions I56-5833 CMF-900 Control Module...
  • Page 11: 3: Control Modules

    Devices Introduction 1.4.3 Control Modules Through the CMF-300 addressable control module, the control panel can selectively activate a Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC). CMF-300-6 - Similar in operation to the CMF-300, except it can activate six (6) Class B or three (3) Class A NACs. 1.4.4 Relay Modules The CRF-300 addressable relay module provides the control panel with a dry-contact output for activating a variety of auxiliary devices.
  • Page 12: Manual Pull Station

    Introduction SLC Capacity SD365CO - addressable device that provides both fire and carbon monoxide (CO) detection. It combines four separate sensing elements in one unit (smoke, CO, light/flame, and heat) to sense multiple components of a fire. The detector’s electrochemical sensing cell creates a separate signal for life safety CO detection.
  • Page 13: Surge Suppression

    Surge Suppression Introduction Wiring Class requirements are determined by national and local codes. Consult with the Authority Having Jurisdiction before wiring the SLC. The table below (derived from NFPA 72-1999) lists the trouble conditions that result when a fault exists on an SLC. Type of Fault Class B Class A...
  • Page 14: Section 2: Wiring Requirements

    Section 2: Wiring Requirements 2.1 Wire Sizing The SLC requires use of a specific wire type, depending on the mode of operation, to ensure proper circuit functioning. Wire size should be no smaller than 18 AWG (0.75 mm ) and no larger than 12 AWG (3.25 mm ) wire.
  • Page 15: 2: Four-Wire Slc Class A And Class X

    Measuring Resistance & Length Wiring Requirements Repeat this procedure for all remaining branches in the SLC. Short Point SLC Out Branch Figure 2.1 Measuring DC Resistance of a Two-Wire SLC Total Wire Length The total wire length of all combined branches of one SLC cannot exceed the limits set forth in each system’s instruction manual. Deter- mine the total length in each SLC by summing the wire lengths of all branches of one SLC.
  • Page 16: Shield Wire Termination

    Wiring Requirements Shield Wire Termination Total Wire Length The total wire length in a four-wire SLC cannot exceed the limits set forth in each system’s instruction manual. The figure below identi- fies the output and return loops from SLC terminal on the control panel: SLC channel B SLC channel A (output loop)
  • Page 17: Control Panel Terminal Blocks

    Control Panel Terminal Blocks Wiring Requirements 2.4 Control Panel Terminal Blocks The terminal blocks on the control panel circuit board that concern the SLC circuit are described below. For more information on this subject refer to the control panel’s Instruction Manual. 2.4.1 MS-9200 TB4 provides three types of 24 VDC power;...
  • Page 18: 3: Ms-9200Udls (Software Version 3.0)

    Wiring Requirements Control Panel Terminal Blocks 2.4.3 MS-9200UDLS (Software Version 3.0) TB1 provides two types of 24 VDC power; Nonresettable and Resettable, jumper selectable by JP4 and JP6. TB10 provides connections for the SLC wiring. 198 addresses are available per loop (99 detectors and 99 modules). Nonresettable Power- jumper selectable by JP4 Connections for Resettable Power-...
  • Page 19: 6: Es-50X

    Control Panel Terminal Blocks Wiring Requirements 2.4.6 ES-50X TB11 provides two types of 24 VDC power; Nonresettable and Resettable, user programmable. TB12 provides connections for the SLC wiring. 50 addresses are available (any combination of detectors and modules). Resettable or Nonresettable Power- user programmable 24VDC RTN RTN...
  • Page 20: Section 3: Slc Circuits Without Isolators

    Section 3: SLC Circuits without Isolators 3.1 Overview This chapter concerns itself with the two Classes of circuits that do not require isolation devices: • NFPA Class B • NFPA Class A 3.2 NFPA Class B SLC NFPA Class B requirements can be met by using the diagram below. •...
  • Page 21: Nfpa Class A Slc

    NFPA Class A SLC SLC Circuits without Isolators 3.3 NFPA Class A SLC NFPA Class A requirements can be met by using the diagram below. • T-tapping of the SLC wiring is NOT allowed for Class A configuration. Two-wire Addressable Detector SLC Out Addressable Module SLC Return...
  • Page 22: Section 4: Slc Circuits With Isolators

    Section 4: SLC Circuits with Isolators 4.1 Fault Isolator Devices There are three isolator devices used to protect critical elements of the SLC from faults on other SLC branches or segments. • Fault Isolator Module I300 • Six Fault Isolator Module ISO-6 •...
  • Page 23 Fault Isolator Devices SLC Circuits with Isolators The figure below shows typical wiring of an ISO-6 Isolator Module: status indicators SLC in from FACP or previous device SLC out to next device Figure 4.2 Wiring an ISO-6 Module FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:R3 7/29/2019...
  • Page 24: Nfpa Class B Slc Using Isolator Modules

    SLC Circuits with Isolators NFPA Class B SLC Using Isolator Modules 4.2 NFPA Class B SLC Using Isolator Modules A variation of a Class B operation using an I300 isolator module to protect each branch of the SLC is shown below. Refer to Figure 4.1 for I300 wiring and to Section 4.1 for limitations.
  • Page 25 NFPA Class B SLC Using Isolator Modules SLC Circuits with Isolators A variation of a Class B operation using an ISO-6 isolator module to protect each branch of the SLC is shown below. Each terminal on the ISO-6 acts as a single I300 module. Refer to Figure 4.2 for ISO-6 wiring and to Section 4.1 for limitations. Note that the ISO-6 can- not accept two wires at one pin.
  • Page 26: Nfpa Class A Slc Using Isolator Modules

    SLC Circuits with Isolators NFPA Class A SLC Using Isolator Modules 4.3 NFPA Class A SLC Using Isolator Modules A variation of Class A operation using isolator modules to protect a section of the SLC. By flanking each group of devices with an I300 fault isolator module, each group is protected from faults that may occur in the other groups.
  • Page 27: Nfpa Class X Slc Using Isolator Modules

    NFPA Class X SLC Using Isolator Modules SLC Circuits with Isolators 4.4 NFPA Class X SLC Using Isolator Modules Class X operation requires using isolator modules (or a combination of isolator modules and isolator bases) before and after each device. Flanking each device with an isolator provides fault protection to all other devices on the loop.
  • Page 28: Section 5: Monitor Modules

    Section 5: Monitor Modules 5.1 Descriptions These addressable modules monitor conventional contact-type alarm initiating devices. You can configure module circuits as an NFPA Class B or Class A Initiating Device Circuits (IDC). There is no limit to the number of contact-type devices installed on a monitor mod- ule circuit.
  • Page 29 Descriptions Monitor Modules MMF-300-10 Monitor Module This is an addressable monitor module intended to interface between the FACP and up to ten (10) Class B or five (5) Class A IDCs con- taining normally open contact devices. This type of module is contained in either a BB-2 or BB-6 cabinet. The BB-2 can accommodate up to 2 modules and the BB-6, which requires the CH-6 chassis, can accommodate up to 6 modules.
  • Page 30: 2: Zone Interface Modules

    Monitor Modules Descriptions 5.1.2 Zone Interface Modules MMF-302 Module Similar to the MMF-300, this module is used to monitor a single IDC of UL listed compatible two-wire 24 volt conventional smoke detectors. Refer to the Device Compatibility Document. 24 VDC – 24 VDC + SLC–...
  • Page 31 Descriptions Monitor Modules MMF-302-6 Interface Module This monitor module is intended to interface between the FACP and a conventional alarm system with up to six (6) Class B or three (3) Class A IDCs containing normally open contact devices. This monitor module is contained in either a BB-2 or BB-6 cabinet. The BB-2 can accommodate up to 2 modules and the BB-6, which requires the CH-6 chassis, can accommodate up to 6 modules.
  • Page 32: 3: Dual Monitor Module

    Monitor Modules Installation 5.1.3 Dual Monitor Module MDF-300 Module The MDF-300 is similar to the MMF-300 but provides for two independent 2-wire IDCs at two separate, consecutive addresses. Rotary Switches 9 H– Address +1 8 H+ SLC– SLC+ Base Address 6L–...
  • Page 33: 1: Setting An Slc Address For A Single Point Module

    Installation Monitor Modules 5.2.1 Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module Each module can be set to one of 159 addresses (01-159) and is factory preset with an address of “00”. NOTE: The MS-9050UD and ES-50X can support addresses 01 - 50. The MS-9200, MS-9200UD, MS-9200UDLS, and ES-200X, can support module addresses of 01 - 99.
  • Page 34: Mmf-300 Wiring Diagrams

    Monitor Modules MMF-300 Wiring Diagrams 5.3 MMF-300 Wiring Diagrams Following are wiring diagrams that depict NFPA Class B and Class A Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) using MMF-300 monitor mod- ules. The Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) is supervised and current-limited to 210 microamperes @ 24 VDC (nominal). 5.3.1 Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MMF-300 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+).
  • Page 35: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Class A Idc With An Mmf-300

    MMF-300 Wiring Diagrams Monitor Modules 5.3.2 Wiring a NFPA Class A IDC with an MMF-300 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Set- ting an SLC address for a Single Point Module”...
  • Page 36: 3: Mmf-300 Wiring For Emergency Alarm System Applications

    Monitor Modules MMF-300 Wiring Diagrams 5.3.3 MMF-300 Wiring for Emergency Alarm System Applications Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module”...
  • Page 37: Mmf-300-10 Wiring Diagrams

    MMF-300-10 Wiring Diagrams Monitor Modules 5.4 MMF-300-10 Wiring Diagrams Following are wiring diagrams that depict NFPA Class B and Class A Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) using MMF-300-10 monitor modules. The Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) is supervised and current-limited to 1.0 milliampere @ 24 VDC (nominal). 5.4.1 Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MMF-300-10 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T5 as shown below.
  • Page 38: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Class A Idc With An Mmf-300-10

    Monitor Modules MMF-300-10 Wiring Diagrams 5.4.2 Wiring a NFPA Class A IDC with an MMF-300-10 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T5 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set the base SLC address. Each module takes five alternating addresses on the SLC. The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next four higher addresses.
  • Page 39: Mdf-300 Wiring Diagrams

    MDF-300 Wiring Diagrams Monitor Modules 5.5 MDF-300 Wiring Diagrams Following is a wiring diagrams that depict NFPA Class B Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) using MDF-300 Dual Monitor Modules. 5.5.1 Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MDF-300 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the SLC address.
  • Page 40: Mmf-302 Wiring Diagrams

    Monitor Modules MMF-302 Wiring Diagrams 5.6 MMF-302 Wiring Diagrams Following are wiring diagrams that concern NFPA Class B and Class A Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) using MMF-302 Zone Inter- face Modules. 5.6.1 Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MMF-302 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+).
  • Page 41: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Class A Idc With An Mmf-302

    MMF-302 Wiring Diagrams Monitor Modules 5.6.2 Wiring a NFPA Class A IDC with an MMF-302 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals 1 (–) and 2 (+). Each module takes one address on the SLC. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the required SLC address. Refer to “Setting an SLC address for a Single Point Module”...
  • Page 42: Mmf-302-6 Wiring Diagrams

    Monitor Modules MMF-302-6 Wiring Diagrams 5.7 MMF-302-6 Wiring Diagrams Following are wiring diagrams that concern NFPA Class B and Class A Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) using MMF-302-6 monitor modules. 5.7.1 Wiring a NFPA Class B IDC with an MMF-302-6 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T0 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set the base SLC address.
  • Page 43: 2: Wiring A Nfpa Class A Idc With An Mmf-302-6

    MMF-302-6 Wiring Diagrams Monitor Modules 5.7.2 Wiring a NFPA Class A IDC with an MMF-302-6 Connect the SLC wiring to the module terminals T0 as shown below. Use the rotary switches on the module to set it to the SLC addresses. Each module takes three alternating addresses on the SLC. The remaining module points are automatically assigned to the next two higher addresses.
  • Page 44: Section 6: Control Modules

    Section 6: Control Modules When using a Control Module as a Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC), the isolation described in the section titled Section 4, “SLC Circuits with Isolators” which begins on page 22, is required or Riser Conductors must be installed in accordance with the survivability from attack by fire requirements in National Fire Alarm Code, NFPA 72.
  • Page 45: 2: Wiring A Class A Nac (Four-Wire) With Addressable Control Modules

    Wiring a CMF-300 Module Control Modules • A power supervision relay is required only on the last module of the power run. • Do not T-tap or branch a Class B circuit. • Terminate the circuit across the last device using an End-of-Line Resistor 47K, 1/2-watt, P/N SSD A2143-00 (ELR-47K in Canada).
  • Page 46: Cmf-300-6 Installation

    Control Modules CMF-300-6 Installation 6.4 CMF-300-6 Installation 6.4.1 Cabinet Installation This type of module is contained in either a BB-2 cabinet. The BB-2 can accommodate up to 2 modules and the BB-6, which requires the CH-6, can accommodate up to 6 modules. See the Installation Instructions provided with module for proper installation into cabinet.
  • Page 47: 7: Circuit Board Information

    CMF-300-6 Installation Control Modules 6.4.7 Circuit Board Information Synchronization Generator - Power Supply Monitors - Not Supported. DO NOT Not Supported. DO NOT remove shunts. remove shunts. #1 #2 Status Indicators Green LEDs are controlled by FACP to indicate status of each module address.
  • Page 48: Wiring A Cmf-300-6 Module

    Control Modules Wiring a CMF-300-6 Module 6.5 Wiring a CMF-300-6 Module This section contains basic instructions and diagrams for wiring a Signaling Line Circuit with a CMF-300-6 as a Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC). For more detailed information on wiring a CMF-300-6 Control Module, refer to the Installation Instructions provided with the module. Included in these instructions are wiring diagrams concerning a single power supply being shared by multiple NACs and audio NAC configurations.
  • Page 49: 2: Wiring A Class A Nac (Four-Wire)

    Wiring a CMF-300-6 Module Control Modules 6.5.2 Wiring a Class A NAC (Four-Wire) A supervised and power-limited NFPA Class A NAC with a single power supply dedicated to a single NAC using a CMF-300-6 module. Polarized alarm notification appliances are shown connected to the module in a four-wire configuration. NOTE: Refer to the Device Compatibility Document for compatible notification appliances and relays.
  • Page 50: Section 7: Relay Modules

    Section 7: Relay Modules 7.1 Description The CRF-300 and the CRF-300-6 modules are addressable modules that provides Form-C relay contacts. Ratings for the relay contacts on the module are: Maximum Current Load Description Application Voltage Rating Resistive Non-Coded 30 VDC 3.0 A Resistive Coded...
  • Page 51: Crf-300-6 Circuit Board Information

    CRF-300-6 Circuit Board Information Relay Modules 7.3 CRF-300-6 Circuit Board Information T102 BASE ADDRESS +5 BASE ADDRESS +1 BASE ADDRESS +2 BASE ADDRESS +4 BASE ADDRESS +0 Disable Address Place shunt onto required pins. Status Indicators Green LEDs are controlled by FACP to indicate status of each module address.
  • Page 52: Crf-300-6 Installation & Wiring

    Relay Modules CRF-300-6 Installation & Wiring 7.4 CRF-300-6 Installation & Wiring 7.4.1 Cabinet Installation This type of module is contained in either a BB-2 or BB-6 cabinet. The BB-2 can accommodate up to 2 modules and the BB-6, which requires the CH-6 chassis, can accommodate up to 6 modules. See the Installation Instructions provided with module for proper installation into cabinet.
  • Page 53: Section 8: Multiple Input/Output Modules

    Section 8: Multiple Input/Output Modules 8.1 Description The CDRM-300 is an addressable module that functions as two individual relay control modules (two isolated sets of Form-C relay con- tacts) and two Class B monitor modules. Ratings for the relay contacts on the module are: Maximum Current Load Description...
  • Page 54: Section 9: Intelligent Detector Bases And Wireless Gateway

    Section 9: Intelligent Detector Bases and Wireless Gateway 9.1 Description The following bases provide connection between the SLC and these detector heads: • AD350 and AD355 Multi-criteria Photoelectric Smoke Detectors • CP350 and CP355 Ionization Smoke Detectors • H350, H350R, H355, H355R, H355HT, H365(-IV), H365R(-IV), H365HT(-IV) Thermal Detectors •...
  • Page 55: Wiring A Detector Base

    Wiring a Detector Base Intelligent Detector Bases and Wireless Gateway 9.3 Wiring a Detector Base Typical wiring of a detector base (B501 shown) connected to an SLC is shown in the figure below. An optional RA100Z/RA400Z Remote LED Annunciator is shown connected to the detector. From Control Panel SLC –...
  • Page 56: Wiring An Isolator Base

    Intelligent Detector Bases and Wireless Gateway Wiring an Isolator Base 9.4 Wiring an Isolator Base The B224BI Isolator Base will isolate its detector from short circuits that occur on the SLC connected at terminals 2 and 3. It will not isolate its installed detector from short circuits that occur on the SLC connected at terminals 1 and 2.
  • Page 57: Wiring A Sounder Base

    Wiring a Sounder Base Intelligent Detector Bases and Wireless Gateway 9.6 Wiring a Sounder Base Figure 9.4 shows typical wiring of the B200S, B200S-LF, B200SR, or B200SR-LF Sounder Base. Note: The “grid” pattern on the sounder base has been removed for illustration purposes only.
  • Page 58: 1: Slc Connections

    Intelligent Detector Bases and Wireless Gateway Wiring the W-GATE 9.7.1 SLC Connections The W-GATE Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a LiteSpeed SLC loop on the ES-50X, ES- 200X, or MS-9200UDLS. It is powered by the SLC loop or by a regulated, external 24VDC UL-listed power supply. Available wireless devices include a photo detector, a photo/heat detector, a fixed-temperature heat detector, a rate-of-rise heat detector, and a monitor mod- ule.
  • Page 59: 3: W-Gate Powered By A Regulated, External +24Vdc Power Source

    Wiring the W-GATE Intelligent Detector Bases and Wireless Gateway 9.7.3 W-GATE Powered by a Regulated, External +24VDC Power Source The W-GATE provides isolation of short circuits of the SLC in Class A installations. SLC connections are power-limited by the panel. +24VDC must be power-limited by the source.. SLC out to next device (Class B) or SLC return to FACP (Class A) SLC in from FACP/device...
  • Page 60: Section 10: Addressable Beam Detectors

    Section 10: Addressable Beam Detectors 10.1 Description The BEAM355, BEAM355S, and OSI-RI-FL are intelligent, addressable projected beam smoke detectors, designed for protecting open areas with high and sloping ceilings and wide-open areas, where spot type smoke detectors are difficult to install and maintain. The BEAM355S has an integral sensitivity test feature that consists of a test filter attached to a servomotor inside the detector optics.
  • Page 61 Installation and Wiring Addressable Beam Detectors Typical wiring of an OSI-RI-FL beam detector connected to an SLC is illustrated in the figure below. Rotary address switches Not used Not used Heater Power - Heater Power + Aux - Remote test input RTS151/KEY Remote trouble output connections...
  • Page 62: Section 11: Addressable Manual Pull Station

    Section 11: Addressable Manual Pull Station 11.1 Description The BG-12LX is an addressable manual pull station with a key-lock reset feature. NOTE: For more information refer to the Installation Instructions provided with this device. 11.2 Installation 11.2.1 Setting an SLC address Each unit is factory preset with an address of “00.”...
  • Page 63: Appendix A: Power Considerations

    Appendix A: Power Considerations A.1 Supplying Power to 24 VDC Detectors and NACs A.1.1 Resistance and Size To determine the minimum resistance that can be tolerated in supplying power to 24 VDC 4-wire devices and NACs, use the calculation below. Use this resistance to select the proper gauge wire for the power run from the manufacturer’s specifications for the desired wire. For Four-Wire Detectors: (Vms - Vom) Rmax =...
  • Page 64: A.2: Supervising 24 Vdc Power

    Power Considerations Supervising 24 VDC Power A.2 Supervising 24 VDC Power Power used to supply 24 VDC detectors, notification appliances (using the CMF-300), and two wire detectors (using the MMF-302) can be supervised with a power supervision relay. This relay, energized by the 24 VDC power itself, is installed at the end of each respective power run and wired in-line with the supervised circuit of any intelligent module.
  • Page 65: Appendix B: Surge Suppression

    Appendix B: Surge Suppression B.1 Introduction NOTE: Surge protection is not required in Canadian applications. There are three (3) primary surge protectors that are approved for use with the MS-9200, MS-9200UD, MS-9200UDLS, MS-9600, MS- 9600LS, MS-9600UDLS, and MS-9050UD. • DTK-2LVLP-F Diversified Technology Group, Inc.
  • Page 66: B.2.1: Wiring Diagram For Ms-9200

    Surge Suppression Installation B.2.1 Wiring Diagram for MS-9200 DTK-2LVLP-F Connections 2LVLP-F Optional Four-wire Return Loop Class A SLC Terminal Block 2LVLP-F – A Shield B Shield SLC Loop PLP-42N Connections PLP-42N Optional Four-wire Return Loop Class A SLC Terminal Block PLP-42N –...
  • Page 67: B.2.2: Wiring Diagram For Ms-9600, Ms-9600Ls, Ms-9600Udls, Ms-9200Ud, Ms-9200Udls, And Ms-9050Ud

    Installation Surge Suppression B.2.2 Wiring Diagram for MS-9600, MS-9600LS, MS-9600UDLS, MS-9200UD, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9050UD DTK-2LVLP-F Connections 2LVLP-F Optional 4-wire Return Loop Class A SLC Terminal Block 2LVLP-F – SLC Loop A Shield B Shield PLP-42N Connections PLP-42N Optional 4-wire Return Loop Class A SLC Terminal Block PLP-42N...
  • Page 68: B.2.3: Wiring Diagram For Es-50X And Es-200X

    Surge Suppression Installation B.2.3 Wiring Diagram for ES-50X and ES-200X DTK-2LVLP-F Connections 2LVLP-F Optional 4-wire Return Loop Class A SLC Terminal Block 2LVLP-F – SLC Loop Ground stud on inside of backbox Refer to Figure 2.4 in the FACP manual PLP-42N Connections PLP-42N Optional 4-wire Return Loop...
  • Page 69: Appendix C: Terminal Conversion Charts For New & Legacy Devices

    Appendix C: Terminal Conversion Charts for New & Legacy Devices C.1 CRF-300 Common 2 Common 2 SLC - SLC - Closed 2 Closed 2 SLC + SLC + Open 2 Open 2 Common 1 Common 1 Open 1 Closed 1 Open 1 Newer Module Legacy Module...
  • Page 70: C.3: Mmf-300

    Terminal Conversion Charts for New & Legacy Devices MMF-300 Legacy Module Terminal Number Newer Module Terminal Number Terminal Function (V-Type) (H-Type) SLC - SLC + VDC - VDC + Unused Solenoid B/A - Solenoid B/A + Solenoid A + Solenoid A - Unused Unused Table C.2 CMF-300 and MMF-302 Terminal Conversions...
  • Page 71: C.4: Mdf-300

    MDF-300 Terminal Conversion Charts for New & Legacy Devices C.4 MDF-300 Address +1 (H) - SLC - Address +1 (H) + SLC - SLC + Address +1 (H) - Base Address (L) + SLC + TENS TENS Address +1 (H) + Base Address (L) - Base Address (L) + Base Address (L) -...
  • Page 72: Appendix D: Intelligent Detector Base Layouts For Legacy Devices

    Appendix D: Intelligent Detector Base Layouts for Legacy Devices D.1 B350LP or B501 Detector Base – Use a female disconnect to wire the RA100Z/RA400Z (–) to 2(+) Terminal 1 (–). 1(–) – To next device on SLC B501 only: For connection of cable shield RA100Z/ RA400Z...
  • Page 73: D.2: B224Bi Isolator Base

    B224BI Isolator Base Intelligent Detector Base Layouts for Legacy Devices D.2 B224BI Isolator Base SLC Out SLC In Conduit I300 Isolator Module Figure D.2 Wiring the Legacy B224BI Isolator Base D.3 B224RB Relay Base To next device on SLC For connection of cable shield Figure D.3 Wiring the Legacy B224RB Relay Base FireLite SLC Wiring Manual —...
  • Page 74: D.4: B501Bh(-2) And B501Bht(-2) Sounder Bases

    Intelligent Detector Base Layouts for Legacy Devices B501BH(-2) and B501BHT(-2) Sounder Bases D.4 B501BH(-2) and B501BHT(-2) Sounder Bases UL-Listed 24V Power Supply Optional Sounder Interconnect SLC + SLC - Figure D.4 Wiring the Legacy B501BH(-2) and B501BHT(-2) Sounder Bases FireLite SLC Wiring Manual — P/N 51309:R3 7/29/2019...
  • Page 75: Appendix E: Canadian Versions Of Slc Devices

    Appendix E: Canadian Versions of SLC Devices UL-listed SLC Device ULC-listed SLC Device Description Detectors AD350, AD355, AD365, AD350A, AD355A, Intelligent detector that combines a photoelectric sensing chamber and fixed temperature heat AD365-IV AD365A, AD365A-IV detection (135°F/57.2°C). CP350, CP355 CP350A, CP-355A Addressable, intelligent smoke detector that incorporates an ionization sensing chamber.
  • Page 76 Canadian Versions of SLC Devices UL-listed SLC Device ULC-listed SLC Device Description I300 I300A The Fault Isolator Module protects the system against wire-to-wire short circuits on the SLC. It should be placed between groups of sensors in a Class A or Class X SLC to isolate short- and open-circuit problems and protect the rest of the loop so it can continue to operate normally.
  • Page 77: Index

    Index Numerics common ground 65 communication protocol 10 24 VDC detectors 63 ground terminal 66 conduit, close nippled 27 24 VDC NAC power 44 connectors, crimp-on 66 24 VDC power control modules 11 MS-9200, MS-9600 17 H350 Detector 11 overview 75 H350R Detector 11 control panel 8 H355 Detector 11...
  • Page 78 Index overview 75 SD355CO Detector 12 ISO-6 23 multi-criteria detector 54 SD355R Detector 11 MDF-300 39 multiple input/output module 53 SD355T Detector 11 MMF-300 34 multi-point module 33 SD365 Detector 11 MMF-300-10 37 SD365CO Detector 11 MMF-302 40 SD365R Detector 11 MMF-302-6 42 SD365T Detector 11 NACs 44...
  • Page 79 Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability Manufacturer Warranties. Subject to the limitations set forth herein, Manufacturer warrants that the Products manufactured by it in its Northford, Connecticut facility and sold by it to its authorized Distributors shall be free, under normal use and service, from defects in material and workmanship for a period of thirty six months (36) months from the date of manufacture (effective Jan.
  • Page 80 One Fire-Lite Place, Northford, CT 06472-1601 USA USA - Phone: (203) 484-7161 Canada - Phone: (905) 856-8733 www.firelite.com...

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