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Fire-Lite IPDACT Setup for Installing Dealers
These pictorial instructions should be used in conjunction with the formal
PID (Product Installation Document) included with the IPBRKT or IPENC as
well as the instructions included with the IPDACT. Please Read all
documentation prior to performing any installation or programming.
Installation Instructions for use with HyperTerminal™ and serial port

Parts List

Part Numbers
IPDACT
Internet Communicator-Contact ID only.
Requires compatible FL panel equipped
with on-board or optional DACT. Requires
300mA aux non-reset able power from
FACP. Includes cable from panel primary
telco port to IPDACT.
IPBRKT
Bracket for mounting IPDACT inside MS-
9200UDLS common enclosure or in
optional HPP-300ULX power supply
IPSPLT
Splitter for dual phone lines to IPDACT
input cable.
ALMSC119
RJ45-DB9F PC serial port programming
cable for IPDACT.
IPENC
Optional cabinet for mounting IPDACT next
to compatible Fire-Lite FACP. Use when
connecting to older non common enclosure
panels such as MS-9200UD or MS-9600.
Includes IPBRKT mounting bracket already
installed.
HP300ULX
Optional UL listed Fire Aux power supply for
mounting IPDACT next to compatible Fire
Panel when additional power is required for
IPDACT.
5/19/2008
Application Note:
Description
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  • Page 1: Parts List

    Fire-Lite IPDACT Setup for Installing Dealers These pictorial instructions should be used in conjunction with the formal PID (Product Installation Document) included with the IPBRKT or IPENC as well as the instructions included with the IPDACT. Please Read all documentation prior to performing any installation or programming. Installation Instructions for use with HyperTerminal™...
  • Page 2 Note: All of the above available at Fire-Lite Distribution The IDPACT requires 24VDC filtered regulated power and a phone pair from the DACT of the fire alarm control panel. While not required, it is highly recommended that any customer shared equipment used to connect the IPDACT to the Internet such as router or hub be supplied with backup power from a small UPS.
  • Page 3 2. Mount the IPDACT onto the IPBRKT using the plastic standoffs that came with the IPBRKT. Screw the standoff through the holes on the IPDACT into the metal mating threaded standoffs on the IPBRKT. Note, discard any double sided tape plastic standoffs that may be included with the IPDACT and use the supplied machine screw versions.
  • Page 4 4. Loop the 8 PIN cable supplied with the IPDACT once through the large Ferrite Ring. Note that this cable is NOT used as an Ethernet Cable but to interconnect the dialer output of the panel to the input of the IPDACT. Plug the 8 PIN cable supplied with the IPDACT into the Primary DACT port of the control panel.
  • Page 5 2. Installation using IPENC or HP300ULX The IPENC is used for mounting the IPDACT next to panels that cannot accept the IPBRKT directly inside the enclosure. Examples of these include the MS- 9200UD and MS-9600. Install the IPDACT onto the factory mounted IPBRKT inside the IPENC using the 4 supplied ¼”X 6-32 machine screws as shown below.
  • Page 6 The IPDACT requires a minimum of 300 mA of current. If an FACP cannot supply this minimum requirement, a separate power supply, such as the HP300ULX, may be used to supply the required current. The IPDACT can be mounted inside the HP300ULX power supply enclosure as described below: 1.
  • Page 7 Installation using 411UD for monitoring Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory dry contacts from any FACP The 411UD can also be mounted next to the IPDACT inside the HP300ULX and used to monitor the Alarm, Trouble, and Supervisory dry contacts from any manufacturer’s fire alarm control panel.
  • Page 8 Set Connect using to COM1 then OK Note: if using a USB/Serial converter, select the COM port assigned to the converter • 5/19/2008 8 of 15...
  • Page 9 • Set Port Settings to: Bits per second: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: none Stop bits: 1 Flow control: none (very important) Click OK • Press Enter and the word password should appear as shown below • Key-in default IPDACT password 24680 as shown above then press Enter 5/19/2008 9 of 15...
  • Page 10 • At the menu options screen, shown below, select "C: Quick Install" 5/19/2008 10 of 15...
  • Page 11 • Note: The following examples contain only sample settings • Enter the parameters given to you by the Central Station for each menu item --Quick Install-- a) DHCP client: OFF when static IP will be used. Set this to ON if an IP will be obtained automatically from a network router on a private network.
  • Page 12 e) Supervisory Main: 192.168.0.1 (note this is the primary receiver’s IP address assigned by central station) f) Supervisory Backup: 192.168.0.2 (note this is the secondary receiver’s IP address assigned by central station.) g) Maintenance: This is a third IP receiver setting that is not normally used. A third maintenance receiver can be installed at a remote site and used to obtain trouble signals such as at a maintenance facility or dealer location.
  • Page 13 secondary port will use the backup phone line for 24 hour test signals or when the network may go down. See your panel’s manual for correct programming. Do not forget to program the panels 24 hour test parameters. ONBOARD DACT ENABLED = YES PRIMARY PHONE LINE = TOUCHTONE SECONDARY PHONE LINE = TOUCHTONE...
  • Page 14 The IP settings in the IPDACT work like this: • If you set the DHCP to ON, the IPDACT will broadcast a request for the IP parameters over the LAN network. o If a DHCP server responds (typically, the DHCP server resides in the Internet access router, such as the one at your home), the IPDACT configures and uses the IP address, mask and gateway obtained from this response.
  • Page 15 Option “g) IP Connectivity” displays the IP settings that are running in the device. • If the IP Settings were not obtained through DHCP, the fixed ones entered in “c) Quick Install” are displayed, and actually used. If on the other hand, the IP Settings were dynamically obtained from a DHCP server, these parameters will be displayed together with other DHCP parameters: remaining lease time, remaining time until the next DHCP request is sent and the DHCP server IP address.