FX-350 Series. Analog/Addressable Fire Alarm Panels. Installation and Operation Manual

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1 FX-350 Series Analog/Addressable Fire Alarm Panels Installation and Operation Manual LT-959 Rev. 6 June 2017

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3 Table of Contents 1.0 Industry Canada and FCC Notice Notice for all FX-350 Series Built-In UDACTs Sold in Canada Introduction Features Conventions Circuits Zone/Group Display Points Wiring Styles System Components Panel Models Output Class A converter: four circuits Polarity reversal/city tie Remote Annunciator Smart Relay Module RAM-216 Ancillary Annunciator Panel Components and System Accessories Analog/Addressable Devices Mechanical Installation Installing the Enclosures BBX-1024DS and BBX-1024DSR Mechanical Installation Installing Adder Modules Cable and Jumper Connections for Main Board and Adder Modules Connectors and Jumpers on the Main Fire Alarm Board OCAC-304 Output Class A Converter Adder Module Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (Model PR-300) RAX-332 Display Adder Module

4 Table of Contents 7.0 Circuits and Devices Addressable/Analog Devices Analog Devices Contact Inputs Contact Outputs Field Wiring Main Fire Alarm Board Field Wiring Loop Isolators Loop Operation Indicating (Powered Output) Circuits Indicating Circuit Wiring Dialer Wiring Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (PR-300) Wiring Auxiliary Power Supplies Power Supply Connections Connecting to a 3G4010 Interface Device for Canada Connecting to a 3G4010CF Interface Device outside Canada System Checkout Before turning the power ON Power-up procedure Troubleshooting Indicators, Controls and Operations Common Indicators Common Controls Single Stage Operation Two-Stage Operation Positive Alarm Sequence Enabling or Disabling the Positive Alarm Sequence Input Types Output Types Evacuation Codes Initial Power-up Sequence Remote Annunciator Operation Conventional Annunciators (RA-1000 Series)

5 Table of Contents 12.2 Supervision Shared Display Annunciator (RAM-300LCD) Supervision Dialer Operation Event Reporting Telephone line supervision Appendix A: Compatible Receivers Appendix B: Reporting Appendix C: Specifications FX-350 Series Specifications FX-350 System Modules and Annunciators Appendix D: Power Supply and Battery Calculations Warranty and Warning Information 66 5

6 List of Figures Figure 1 Wallbox Dimensions / Mounting the FX-350 Surface Figure 2 Mounting the FX Flush Figure 3 Flush Trim Detail Figure 4 Wallbox Dimensions / Mounting the FX-351/FX-353 Surface /Flush Figure 5 BBX-1024DS and BBX-1024DSR Installation Instructions and Dimensions Figure 6 Installation of Adder Modules Figure 7 Main Fire Alarm Board Cable Connectors and Jumper Locations Figure 8 Main Board (3 loop model) Cable Connectors and Jumper Locations Figure 9 OCAC-304 Output Class A Converter Adder Modules Figure 10 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module Figure 11 Addressable Loop Wiring - Class B or Style Figure 12 Addressable Loop Wiring - Class A or Style Figure 13 Indicating Circuit Class B or Style Y Wiring Figure 14 Indicating Circuit Class A or Style Z Wiring Figure 15 Dialer Wiring Figure 16 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module Terminal Connection Figure 17 Supervision Of Auxiliary Supplies Figure 18 Main Power Supply Connections Figure 19 Connecting an FX-350 FACP to a 3G4010 Interface Device Figure 20 Connecting an FACP to a 3G4010CF Interface Device outside Canada Figure 21 LCD Display, LED indicators and control buttons Figure 22 Evacuation and Alert Codes

7 List of Tables Table 1 FX-350 Series Comparison Chart Table 2 Settings permitted in CAN/ULCS Table 3 Loop Wiring Table Table 4 Maximum Wiring Distances Table 5 Input Types Table 6 Output Types Table 7 Ademco Contact-ID - FX-350 Series Event Codes Table 8 Security Industries Association SIA-DCS - FX-350 Series Event Codes Table 9 FX-350 Series Specifications Table 10 FX-350 System Modules and Annunciators Table 11 FX-350 Batteries

8 1.0 Industry Canada and FCC Notice 1.1 Notice for all FX-350 Series Built-In UDACTs Sold in Canada Mircom's FX-350 SERIES BUILT-IN UDACT Communicator described in this manual is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC) for use in slave application in conjunction with a Listed Fire Alarm Control Panel under Standard ULC-S (Standard for Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems) and CAN/ULC-S (Standard for Installation and Services for Fire Signal Receiving Centres and Systems). These Communicators should be installed in accordance with this manual; the Canadian / Provincial / Local Electrical Code; and/or the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) Industry Canada Notice Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alteration made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. Users should ensure for their own protection that the Earth Ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This is necessary both for proper operation and for protection.! Attention: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate Notice for all FX-350 Series Built-in UDACTs Sold in the U.S.A. i Notes: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5. The Label Identification Number for this product is US:1M8AL02BFX350. The 02B represents the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 02B is a REN of 0.2B). For earlier products, the REN is separately shown on the label. Mircom's FX-350 SERIES BUILT-IN UDACT Digital Communicator described in this manual is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (ULI) for use in slave application in conjunction with a Listed Fire Alarm Control Panel under Standard 864 (Control Units for Fire Protective Signalling Systems). These Communicators comply with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) performance requirements for UDACTs and should be installed in accordance with NFPA 72 Chapter 4 (Supervising Station Fire Alarm System). These Communicators should be installed in accordance with this manual; the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70); and/or the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) FCC Notice This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the telco transformer of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:1M8AL02BFX350. If requested, this number 8

9 Industry Canada and FCC Notice must be provided to the telephone company. This equipment is capable of seizing the line. This capability is provided in the hardware. Type of Service: The Communicator is designed to be used on standard device telephone lines. It connects to the telephone line by means of a standard jack called the USOC RJ-11C (or USOC FJ45S). Connection to telephone company provided coin service (central office implemented systems) is prohibited. Connection to party lines service is subject to state tariffs. Telephone Company Procedures: The goal of the telephone company is to provide you with the best service it can. In order to do this, it may occasionally be necessary for them to make changes in their equipment, operations or procedures. If these changes might affect your service or the operation of your equipment, the telephone company will give you notice, in writing, to allow you to make any changes necessary to maintain uninterrupted service. In certain circumstances, it may be necessary for the telephone company to request information from you concerning the equipment which you have connected to your telephone line. Upon request of the telephone company, provide the FCC registration number and the ringer equivalence number (REN); both of these items are listed on the equipment label. The sum of all of the REN s on your telephone lines should be less than five in order to assure proper service from the telephone company. In some cases, a sum of five may not be usable on a given line. If Problems Arise: If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone network. If the telephone company notes a problem, they may temporarily discontinue service. When practical, they will notify you in advance of this disconnection. If advance notice is not feasible, you will be notified as soon as possible. When you are notified, you will be given the opportunity to correct the problem and informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Contact your telephone company if you have any questions about your phone line. In the event repairs are ever needed on the Communicator, they should be performed by Mircom Technologies Ltd. or an authorized representative of Mircom Technologies Ltd. For information contact Mircom Technologies Ltd. at the address and phone numbers shown on the back page of this document. 9

10 2.0 Introduction Mircom s FX-350 Series Analog/Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel provides a loop for 60,126 or three loops for 378 input and output devices, four supervised Class B or A (Style Y or Z) indicating circuits, a full range of auxiliary power supplies, and extensive common control features via its integrated LCD display and push button console. Many of its features are fully configurable utilizing the built-in configuration capability via the front panel display and switches. The panels are available with or without an optional, integrated dialer/modem (except the FX-353 version which always includes the dialer/modem), and is available (FX- 351 and FX in a larger enclosure) with an internal LED display for up to 64 points (32 standard). Optional modules include Polarity Reversal and City Tie, RAX-332 LED Display Adder, and Class A Converter for indicating circuits. Semi-flush or surface mountable enclosures can be used for retrofits and on new installations. This manual covers the following panels: i Note: Installation of the FX-350 Series Fire Alarm Control panel should be in accordance with Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, ULC-S524 installation of Fire Alarm System, National Electrical Code NFPA 70 and NFPA 72. Final acceptance subject to the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). FX DR 60 pt addressable FACP (w/ dialer) FX-351-LW FX-351-LDW FX-351-LDR FX-353-LW FX-353-LDR FX D FX-351-LD 126 pt addressable FACP (w/ one 32 point LED display) 126 pt addressable FACP (w/ dialer and one 32 point LED display) 126 pt addressable FACP (w/ dialer) 378 pt addressable FACP without LED strip (w/ dual loop adder and one 32 point LED display) 378 pt addressable FACP without LED strip (w/ dialer and dual loop adder) 60 pt addressable FACP (w/ dialer) 126 pt addressable FACP (w/ dialer) 2.1 Features The FX-350 panels support a loop of 60 or 126 analog devices and up to 3 loops of 378 analog devices, including thermal, ion, photo detectors, and contact input and output devices. Drift compensation and Auto Test features are provided for analog devices. Four Power Limited Class B (Style Y) indicating circuits. Each indicating circuit may be configured as Class A (Style Z) using an output Class A converter adder module. Each indicating circuit may be configured as silenceable signal, non-silenceable signal, silenceable strobes, non-silenceable strobes, or relay output. The audible signal may be Steady, Temporal Code, California Code, or March Time. The system provides the necessary protocols to sync strobes from major manufacturers. Two-stage, alarm verification, and waterflow retard operations available. Configurable Signal Silence Inhibit, Auto Signal Silence, Two-Stage Operation, and One-Man Walk Test. For Canadian installations, disable Auto Signal Silence. Subsequent Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble operation. 10

11 Introduction provides a regulated, supervised 21.1VDC auxiliary power 500mA max.; unfiltered, unsupervised 24V FWR power 1.7 A max and a resettable auxiliary power 300mA max. Relay Contacts for Common Alarm, Common Supervisory and Common Trouble all non-disconnectable and Auxiliary Alarm Relay (disconnectable). Output for remote trouble indicator and Buzzer (RTI). RS-485 Interface for RAM-300LCD Annunciators, RA-1000 Series Remote Annunciators and SRM-312 Smart Relay Modules (max total of 7 remote annunciators). Optional Module for City Tie and Polarity Reversal Signaling. Extensive transient protection With or without built-in UDACT (Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter) Extensive and easy configuration of the panel via the integrated LCD display and keypad Remote dial up (with built-in UDACT version) for event log checking and/or configuration changing 11

12 3.0 Conventions 3.1 Circuits Refers to a physical electrical interface for the analog loop, indicating signals or relays, and common alarm, supervisory, and trouble relay outputs. 3.2 Zone/Group Is a logical concept for a Fire Alarm Protected Area, and will consist of at least one Circuit. Groups are used extensively in the FX-350 to facilitate annunciation of multiple input and output points on the 32 (up to 64) LED display and to facilitate bypassing of inputs and outputs. 3.3 Display Points The FX-350 provides an LCD display to annunciate the status of the system and connected devices. The FX-351 and FX-353 also provides up to 64 LED display points on the panel front in addition to the LCD display. Display points may be assigned to LEDs during configuration to groups of inputs or outputs. There are two LEDs for every display point: one single color (amber) and one dual color (red/amber). 3.4 Wiring Styles The analog loop can be connected in Class B (Style Y) or Class A (Style D) configurations. Changing the indicating circuits to Class A requires an OCAC-304 adder board which will convert four indicating zones from Class B (Style Y) circuits to Class A (Style Z). This is done without reducing the number of circuits. i Note: The Model FX R and FX DR panels DO NOT recognize any devices with addresses higher than

13 AC ON COMMON ALARM COMMON SUPV COMMON TROUBLE CPU FAULT GROUND FAULT SYSTEM RESET FIRE DRILL AUTOMATIC ALARM SIGNAL CANCEL GENERAL ALARM PRS ABC JKL TUV QZ SIGNAL SILENCE ALM/SUP/TBL/BLDG AUDIBLE SIL LAMP TE S T SPARE DEF MNO WXY AC ON COMMON ALARM COMMON SUPV COMMON TROUBLE CPU FAULT GROUND FAULT SYSTEM RESET FIRE DRILL AUTOMATIC ALARM SIGNAL CANCEL GENERAL ALARM SIGNAL SILENCE LAMP TEST SPARE DEF GHI JKL MNO PRS TUV WX Y QZ ALM/SUP/TBL/BLDG AUDIBLE SIL X M? ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 AC ON COMMON ALARM COMMON SUPV COMMON TROUBLE CPU FAULT GROUND FAULT SYSTEM RESET FIRE DRILL AUTOMATIC ALARM SIGNAL CANCEL GENERAL ALARM ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 SIGNAL SILENCE LAMP TEST SPARE DEF GHI JKL MNO PRS TUV WX Y QZ ALM/SUP/TBL/BLDG AUDIBLE SIL ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 X M? ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E -1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E - 1 ZO N E System Components 4.1 Panel Models SYSTEM NORMAL DEC 3, :25AM SYSTEM NORMAL DEC 03, :25AM SYSTEM NORMAL DEC 03, :41PM ABC ABC X * 0 # * 0 # 4 GHI M? * 0 # FX-350 SERIES Fire Alarm Control Panel FX-350 SERIES Fire Alarm Control Panel FX-350 SERIES Fire Alarm Control Panel FX DR FX-351-LDR FX-353-LDR FX-351-LW FX-351-LDW FX-353-LW FX D FX-351-LD All FX-350 Series Panels have the following features: Multi-zone fire alarm control panel with 2 x 20 LCD display. Style Y or Style D analog loop(s). Four Power Limited Class B (Style Y) indicating circuits (max 1.7 Amps each - 5 Amps total). Dedicated common alarm, supervisory, trouble, and auxiliary alarm relays. Additional RAX-332 Display Adders can be added to provide 64 annunciation points per added. An optional OCAC-304 Class A converter module may be used to convert the indicating circuits to Class A (Style Z). Additional outputs include connections for a RTI remote trouble indicator, PR-300 Reverse Polarity Module, an RS-485 bus for connection of up to seven RAM-300LCDs, SRM-312s and RA-1000 Series annunciators. Auxiliary power is available in the form of 24V FWR unfiltered and unsupervised, 24VDC filtered and regulated, and resettable auxiliary power supply. 13

14 System Components See Table 1 for the specifics of each panel. Table 1 FX-350 Series Comparison Chart Model # of devices # of analog loops 2 line UDACT Digital Communicator (y/n) Door Color # of 32 point LED Displays Max # of LED Displays Dual Loop Adder (y/n) FX DR 60 1 y red n/a n/a n FX-351-LW n white 1 2 n FX-351-LDW y white 1 2 n FX-351-LDR y red 0 2 n FX-353-LW n white 1 2 y FX-353-LDR y red 0 2 y FX D 60 1 y purchased separately purchased separately 2 n FX-351-LD y purchased separately purchased separately 2 n Some models may not be available in all markets. Verify with your local distributor. 14

15 System Components 4.2 Output Class A converter: four circuits Model Description BLK RED BLK RED - SIG1 OUT+ - SIG2 OUT+ - SIG1 RET+ - SIG2 RET+ OCAC-304 Output Class A converter module (four circuits) BLK RED - SIG4 OUT+ - SIG4 RET+ BLK RED - SIG3 OUT+ - SIG3 RET+ 4.3 Polarity reversal/city tie Model Description P1 P2 Mounting hole for #6-32 screws Mounting hole for #6-32 screws CITY TIE POLARITY POLARITY REVER SAL REVER SAL ALARM SUPV PR-300 Polarity Reversal and/or City Tie Module JW4 4.4 Remote Annunciator SYSTEM NORMAL 18:01 MON Model RAM-300LCDR Description Remote Annunciator module, LCD display, white painted box SYSTEM RESET A.C. ON ALARM SUPV TRBL CPU FAIL SIGNAL SILENCE 1 2 ABC 3 DEF ENTER FI RE DRILL BUZZER SILENCE LAMP TEST GHI JKL MNO PRS TUV WXY * 0 # QZ MENU CANCEL INFO RAM-300LCDR Remote Annunciator Module, LCD display, red painted box Advanced Life Safety Solutions FA-300 SERIES Remote Annunciator 15

16 A.C. ON LAMP TEST COMMON TROUBLE FIRE ALARM ANNUNCIATOR SIGNAL SILEBCE SYSTEM RESET System Components 4.5 Smart Relay Module Model SRM-312W Description Smart Relay Module (12 relays) with white enclosure Advanced Life Safety Solutions SRM-312R Smart Relay Module (12 relays) with red enclosure FA-300 SERIES REMOTE RELAY 4.6 RAM-216 Ancillary Annunciator Model Description BUZZER SILENCE SIGNAL SILENCE RAM Zone ancillary annunciator SWITCH ENABLE 16

17 System Components 4.7 Panel Components and System Accessories MODEL NO. ALC-252 RAX-332 RAM-208/R RAM-1016/TZ RAM-1032/TZ RAX-1048/TZ MGD-32 AGD-048 RTI-1 FA-300-TRB FA-UNIV-TRB BB-1001(R) BB-1002(R) BB-1003(R) BB-1008(R) BB-1012(R) MP-300 BC-160 DESCRIPTIONS 252 Point Dual Loop Addressable Adder 32 Zone Internal Display Adder (for FX-351 and FX-353 only) 8 LED Remote Annunciator Remote Annunciator with 16 bi-colored (red and yellow) LEDs. TZ version has 32 yellow LEDs for trouble indication. Remote Annunciator with 32 bi-colored (red and yellow) LEDs. TZ version has 32 yellow LEDs for trouble indication. Remote Annunciator with 48 bi-colored (red and yellow) LEDs. TZ version has 48 yellow LEDs for trouble indication. Graphic Annunciator Graphic Annunciator Adder Driver Board Remote Trouble Indicator, Buzzer and LED Trim Ring For Small Enclosure (Black) Universal Trim Ring For Big Enclosure (Black) Enclosure for one annunciator, white. R version is red. Enclosure for two annunciators, white. R version is red. Enclosure for three annunciators, white. R version is red. Enclosure for eight annunciators, white. R version is red. Enclosure for twelve annunciators, white. R version is red. End-of-line resistor plate, 3.9K ohm External Battery Cabinet 4.8 Analog/Addressable Devices Description Ionization Smoke Detector (U.S. Model Only) Photoelectric Smoke Detector Mircom Model MIX-3000 MIX-3100 * Multi-sensor (photoelectric with supplemental rate-of-rise heat sensor) MIX-3200 Heat Detector Bases MIX-3300 Mircom Model 4 inch Standard Base MIX inch E-Z Fit Base MIX

18 System Components 6 inch Base with Relay MIX-2001R 6 inch Base with Sounder MIX-2001H 6 inch Base with Temporal Tone Sounder MIX-2001HT Ancillary Modules Priority Monitor Module Mini Priority Monitor Module Mircom Model MIX-100P MIX-101P Single Relay Output Module (1 Form C Contacts, 2 Gang Mount) Supervised Control Module Isolator c/w Mounting Base Addressable Duct Detectors Ionization Duct Smoke Detector (UL Listed) Photoelectric Duct Smoke Detector (UL Listed) Ionization Duct Smoke Detector with relay (UL Listed) Photoelectric Duct Smoke Detector with relay (UL Listed) Addressable Pull Stations Addressable Single Stage Pull Station Addressable Two Stage Pull Station (Canadian Model Only) Addressable Single Stage Single Action Pull Station Addressable Two Stage Single Action Pull Station Addressable Single Stage Dual Action Pull Station MIX-100S MIX-100X (Kit) 100XH (Isolator) 100XB (Base) Mircom Model MIX-DH3000 MIX-DH3100 MIX-DH3000R MIX-DH-3100R Mircom Model MS-401ID(U) MS-402ID MS-701ID(U) MS-702ID(U) MS-710ID(U) * Unit employs an integral heat sensor; however it must not be used as a regular heat detector. Refer to the product data sheet for detailed functionality, operation and application. Manual configuration for the MIX-3200 is NOT PERMITTED. This device must be configured via the AUTO CONFIG. 18

19 5.0 Mechanical Installation 5.1 Installing the Enclosures Install the FX-350 Series Fire Alarm Panel enclosure as shown below. Mount the enclosure using the four mounting holes and the screws provided. Mounting Hole 11" 1.5" Mounting Hole 14.5" 20" Mounting Hole 5.4" Mounting Hole 4.5" 14.5" Figure 1 Wallbox Dimensions / Mounting the FX-350 Surface 19

20 Mechanical Installation 11" 1.5" PLACE FA-300TRB TRIM RING OVER BACKBOX 17" 14.5" 4 Mounting Holes for Surface Mounting Adhere trim ring to wall surface around FX-350 backbox 20.0" 22.5" 4" 3.5" is the maximum depth for semi-flush mounting using the flush trim ring 4.5" 3.5" 14.5" 1" 1" is the minimum depth above the wall required for semi-flush mounting using the flush trim ring Figure 2 Mounting the FX Flush 5.2 below shows a cross-section of the semi-flush mounted backbox and the trim ring. Make sure to allow a minimum depth of 1 above the wall surface for proper door opening. TRIM RING WALL MIN 1 WOOD OR METAL STUD BACKBOX Figure 3 Flush Trim Detail 20

21 Mechanical Installation Figure 4 Wallbox Dimensions / Mounting the FX-351/FX-353 Surface /Flush i Note: See 5.2 for Flush Trim Details for mounting the trim ring. 21

22 Mechanical Installation 5.2 BBX-1024DS and BBX-1024DSR Mechanical Installation The BBX-1024DS and BBX-1024DSR are suitable for flush or surface mounting, and have a built-in trim ring. Dimensions of Enclosure (minus built in trim ring) 14.5 x 4.2 x 26 Distance between horizontal mounting screws 12 Distance between vertical mounting screws 23.5 Complete Dimensions of Enclosures 16.3 x 5.5 x 27.5 External Dimensions Mounting Dimensions 12.0 " 14.5 " 4.2 " 23.5 " 26.0 " Side View Top View 2.1 " 1.3 " 6.0 " 1.3 " 1.7 " 2.0 " 9.5 " Figure 5 BBX-1024DS and BBX-1024DSR Installation Instructions and Dimensions 22

23 C C C ALM/SUP/TBL/BLDG AUDIBLE SIL - A B Installing Adder Modules The FX-350 Series Fire Alarm panels come pre-assembled with all components and boards except for Adder Modules. Module installation locations are shown below. Refer to Figure 6 and Figure 7 for Jumper or DIP Switch settings and see Chapter 8.0 Field Wiring on page 30 for wiring specifications. Reverse polarity and city tie module PR Mounted on hex spacer with two screws provided NC N O NC NO NC NO NC N O S - + C R T R T R T R T RES CO RES C O RS-485 LINE2 LI NE1 ALARM TROU BLE SUPERVISORY AU X. R ELAY RELA Y RELAY RELAY JW2 JW6 JW5 JW 7 TO PR-300 MODULE For PC programming use UIMA Interface module not UL-864 or ULC-527 listed. Please refer to Document LT-929 for details SYSTEM NORMAL OCT 21, :41AM AC ON COMMON ALARM COMMON SUPV COMMON TROUBLE CPU FAULT GROUND FAULT SYSTEM RESET FIRE DRILL AUTOMATIC ALARM SIGNAL CANCEL GENERAL ALARM POWER SUPPLY JW ABC SIGNAL SILENCE ALM/SUP/TBL/ BLDG AUDIBLE SIL LAMP TEST SPARE 3 DEF GHI JKL MNO PR S TU V WXY * 0 # QZ P12 JW3 X M? RS-232C PORT JW4 RTI PORT Loop SI G 1 SIG 2 SI G 3 SI G 4 AUX SU PPLY 4-WIRE SU PPLY JW UNFILTERED FWR24VDC TRB TRL CO M- CO M+ + + BL K RED BLK RED BLK RED BLK RED -SIG4 OUT+ -SIG3 OUT+ -SIG2 OUT+ -SIG1OUT+ -SIG4 RET+ -SIG3 RET+ -SIG2 RET+ -SIG1 RET+ CLASS- A converter board for indicating circuits OCAC-304 (4 circuits) Transformer P 8 P 4 TO RAX-332 P3 P2 Power supply board PR- 300 is mounted here for FX P3 B A TTE RY P4 P1 SEC TX P2 AC wiring terminal BATTERY BATTERY Figure 6 Installation of Adder Modules 23

24 C C C - A - B Installing Adder Modules 6.1 Cable and Jumper Connections for Main Board and Adder Modules RS-232C PORT For PC programming Telephone line #1 Telephone line #2 RS-485 for annunciators Auxiliary Relay Alarm Relay Supervisory Relay Trouble Relay NC N O NC N O NC NO NC NO S - + C R T R T R T R T RES C O RES CO ALARM AU X. RELAY RS-485 LI NE 2 LINE1 RELA Y JW2 TR OU BLE SUPERVISORY RELA Y RELA Y JW7 P8 JW6 JW5 SYSTEM NORMAL OCT 21, : 41 AM SYSTEM RESET FIRE DRILL AUTOMATIC ALARM SIGNAL CANCEL P4 AC ON COMMON ALARM COMMON SUPV COMMON TROUBLE CPU FAULT GROUND FAULT GENERAL ALARM For PC programming use UIMA Interface module not UL-864 or ULC-527 listed. Please refer to Document LT-929 for details SUP PLY JW9 P POWER ABC SIGNAL SILENCE ALM/SUP/TBL/BLDG AUDIBLE SIL LAMP TEST SPARE 3 DEF 5 6 GHI JKL MNO PR S TU V WXY * 0 # QZ P12 P2 JW3 X M? JW4 Loop JW1 4- WIR E AUX SUPPLY SUPPLY SI G 4 SIG 3 SI G 2 SIG RTI UNFILTERED PORT FWR 24 VDC TRB TRL CO M - CO M BLK RED BLK RED BL K RED BLK RED Addressable Loop Auxiliary Supply Resettable Auxiliary Supply Connect to PR-300 Connect to RAX-332 Connect to Remote trouble indicator Unfiltered 24V supply Figure 7 Main Fire Alarm Board Cable Connectors and Jumper Locations 24

25 C C C - A - B Installing Adder Modules Figure 8 below shows the main board for the 3 loop addressable model. It is the same as the single loop model with two additional addressable loops. Telephone line #1 Telephone line #2 RS-485 for annunciators Auxiliary Relay Alarm Relay Supervisory Relay Trouble Relay N C NO NC N O NC N O NC N O S - + C R T R T R T R T R ES C O RES CO ALARM AU X. RELA Y RS-485 LI NE 2 LINE1 RELA Y JW2 TR OU BLE SUPERVIS ORY RELA Y RELA Y JW7 P8 JW6 JW5 SYSTEM NORMAL OCT 21, : 41 AM SYSTEM RESET FIRE DRIL L AUTOMATIC ALARM SIGNAL CANCEL P4 AC ON COMMON ALARM COMMON SUPV COMMON TROUBLE CPU FAULT GROUND FAULT GENERAL ALARM F or PC programming us e UIM A InterfacemodulenotUL-864 or ULC-527 listed. Please refer to DocumentLT-929 fordetails P3 S U PPLY JW P O W E R ABC SIGNAL SILENCE LAMP TEST SPARE 3 DEF 5 6 GHI JKL MNO PR S TUV WXY * 0 # QZ ALM/SUP/TBL/BLDG AUDIBLE SIL P12 P2 JW3 RS -232C PORT For PC programming X M? JW4 TRB RTI PORT TRL Loop JW1 SIG 1 SI G 2 SIG 3 SI G 4 AUX S U P P LY 4- WIR E S UPPLY UNFILTERED FWR 24 VDC CO M BLK BL K BLK BLK RED RED RED R ED CO M Addressable Loops Auxiliary Supply Resettable Auxiliary Supply Connect to PR-300 Connect to RAX-332 Connect to Remote trouble indicator Unfiltered 24V supply Figure 8 Main Board (3 loop model) Cable Connectors and Jumper Locations 25

26 Installing Adder Modules 6.2 Connectors and Jumpers on the Main Fire Alarm Board P8 P4 JW1 JW2 JW3 JW4 JW5 JW6 JW7 JW8 JW9 JW10 JW11 JW12 Cable from P1 of the PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module connects here. Otherwise not used. Cable from connector P1 of the RAX-332 Display Adder Module connects here. Otherwise not used. On the Main Fire Alarm Module, this jumper is not used, open. Remove this jumper if a remote annunciator is used. Not used, open. Not used, open. Normally open. Place jumper here and power down (AC and batteries) and power back to restore Master Passcode. After reset, remove jumper and leave normally open. Normally open to BLOCK remote configuration via modem. Place jumper here to ALLOW for remote configuration. On the Main Fire Alarm Module, this jumper must be removed if a PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module is installed. Not used, open. Not used, open. Not used, open. Not used, open. Not used, open. 6.3 OCAC-304 Output Class A Converter Adder Module Wire to Main Board OCAC-304 Mounting hole for #6-32 screw BLK RED BLK RED -SIG4 OUT+ -SIG3 OUT+ -SIG4 RET+ -SIG3 RET+ BLK RED BLK RED -SIG2 OUT+ -SIG1 OUT+ -SIG2 RET+ -SIG1 RET+ Mounting hole for #6-32 screw Figure 9 OCAC-304 Output Class A Converter Adder Modules Indicating circuits must be wired from the OCAC-304 to the main Fire Alarm board. For example indicating circuit 1 positive (red wire) and negative (black wire) is wired from the Class A Converter Module to the positive and negative terminals of Indicating circuit 1 on the Main Fire Alarm board. 26

27 Installing Adder Modules The actual indicating zone is wired from the SIGNAL OUT positive and negative to the signaling devices and then wired back to the SIGNAL RET positive and negative. 6.4 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (Model PR-300) Mount the PR-300 on the left side panel of the backbox with the two screws provided, refer to Figure 10. P1 P2 Mounting hole for #6-32 screws Mounting hole for #6-32 screws TIE REVERSAL REVERSAL ALARM SUPV CITY POLARITY POLARITY JW4 Figure 10 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module PR-300 Cable and Jumper Settings The following hardware configuration must be performed before installing the PR-300. P1 JW4 Cable connects to P8 (bottom left-hand corner) on the Main Fire Alarm Board. Not used. Keep jumper intact. The Alarm Transmit signal to the PR-300 can be programmed to turn OFF when signal silence is active. This allows the City Tie Box to be manually reset. On subsequent alarms the silenceable signals will resound and the City Tie Box will be retriggered. The Trouble Transmit signal to the PR-300 can be programmed to delay AC power fail 0, 1, 2, or 3 hours if this is the only system trouble. 6.5 RAX-332 Display Adder Module The RAX-332 Display Adder Module is used only with the FX-351 and FX-353 Fire Alarm Panels. No jumpers or other physical configuration steps are required to install this second RAX-332 Display Adder Module. Remove the blank cover plate from the front door and install the RAX-332 with the clear cover in the opening with the hardware provided. Disconnect main and standby power and connect the cable of the second RAX-332 into the open, remaining header of the existing RAX-332. The additional LEDs will be available for configuration as LEDs 33 to 64, when the system power is restored. 27

28 7.0 Circuits and Devices 7.1 Addressable/Analog Devices The FX-350 supports up to 3 loops of addressable/analog devices. The device loop can be used to connect up to 60, 126 or 378 analog devices and addressable input or output modules on an unshielded twisted pair (UTP). The devices must be compatible with the Mircom device protocol. The loop interface software continuously supervises the devices on its loop against those found during configuration for the following conditions: device missing unconfigured device responding two or more devices responding to the same address wrong device type A communication or addressing error on a device is reported as a trouble on the associated zone LED if configured. The addressable loop can be configured for class A or B operation. "T-tapping" is allowed (Refer to device installation documentation for details). Devices on the loop have an optional LED which normally flashes when the device is polled and goes ON steady when the device is active (alarm for an input device or active for an output device). The flashing of the LED on polling for sensors can be suppressed during configuration. For input or output modules, the LED always flashes when polling. The software limits the maximum number of the devices which can have their LED turned ON when active to fifteen (15). Certain devices are designed to support an optional external LED, which operates when the LED on the device is activated. Remote/external LEDs must NOT be used on this system. The panel can provide up to 350mA of current to the devices on the loop. A maximum line loss of 5 volts is permitted, so the loop distance, wire size, and maximum number of devices are limited by this constraint. The devices should be installed using unshielded twisted pair (UTP). The total line drop on the loop must not exceed 5 volts at the last device. The calculations required to determine the maximum permissible loop wiring distance with various combinations of devices is relatively complicated, and when isolators are used, includes a consideration of device inrush currents which must not exceed 20mA for a single isolator. In no case should more that twenty devices be connected to a single isolator. To simplify the calculation process, please utilize the loop calculator program located on the Mircom website at in order to determine maximum loop lengths, number of devices, and wire sizes etc. It is also important to note that the device LEDs present a significant extra load on the loop which must be considered in calculating permissible loop lengths, battery capacities, etc. Please refer to the device Installation Instructions and other documentation provided with the addressable devices, bases, and isolators for further information. The system will automatically limit the maximum number of device LEDs which can be illuminated to

29 Circuits and Devices 7.2 Analog Devices The system supports Mircom MIX-3000 Series photo, ion, multi-sensor and thermal (heat) type analog detectors, as well as contact input and output devices. The detectors may be configured as non-verified or verified alarm inputs. To determine an alarm condition, the system polls the analog device and compares the analog value against stored thresholds for pre-alarm and alarm conditions. A range of thresholds is provided for each type of analog device (except for contact devices), corresponding to the agency approved range of threshold for a particular device type. Each device can be individually configured to a value in the range of threshold for day time and one for the night time or after hours operation; i.e. a device may be configured to a low sensitivity for day time and high sensitivity at night time. The day time threshold will be used unless the after hours operation is active Drift Compensation The FX-350 will automatically adjust for gradually increasing affects of dust and other accumulations of dirt in the detectors. It will adjust the thresholds to compensate for a detector going dirty according to the gradual change in the normal clean air value received. When it can no longer compensate for an increasingly dirty detector, a dirty detector trouble is indicated for that device Auto Test Periodically each detector is commanded to return an alarm value to test its ability to alarm. If it fails the test, a trouble is indicated on that device. 7.3 Contact Inputs Contact input modules on the addressable/analog device loop may be configured as any of the following input types: non-verified alarm inputs latching supervisory inputs trouble only inputs waterflow inputs monitor inputs remote switch inputs non-latching supervisory inputs 7.4 Contact Outputs Contact output modules on the addressable/analog device loop may be configured as any of the following output types: signals strobes relay outputs Analog devices may be installed with relay or sounder bases. The outputs of these bases are activated when the device active LED turns ON steady in response to an alarm. The command to activate the output is separate from the command that activates the LED and they are not subject to the same restrictions as the LED. Output modules configured as signals are not stroked by software at the current signal rate. When the system commands them to be either in alert or in evacuation, the panel will simply activate them continuously. It is possible to provide stroked operation by connecting the signal power to a conventional signal output which is stroking at the correct rate when the device is active. Depending on the device, the system can detect open and short troubles and report it as an output circuit trouble. 29

30 8.0 Field Wiring Table 2 Settings permitted in CAN/ULCS527 NOTICE TO USERS, INSTALLERS, AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION, AND OTHER INVOLVED PARTIES This product incorporates field-programmable software. In order for the product to comply with the requirements in CAN/ULCS527, Standard for Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems, certain programming features or options must be limited to specific values or not used at all as indicated below. Program feature or option Permitted in CAN/ ULCS527? (Y/N) Possible settings\methods Settings permitted in CAN/ULCS527 System Reset and Signal Silence on RAM- 208/216 N JW4 (Orange Wire) Intact = Buzzer silence & Lamp Test local function only. System Reset & Signal Silence are disabled. Cut Jumper (Orange Wire) to have all remote functions operate. Leave JW4 intact on RAM-208/ Main Fire Alarm Board Field Wiring Wire devices to the addressable loop as shown in Figure 11 for Class B (Style 4) or Figure 12 for Class A (Style 6). Refer to Table 3 for loop wire gauges. Wire devices to addressable loops 2 and 3, if available, in the same manner. Loop A B CLASS B WIRING - ION SMOKE DETECTOR PHOTO SMOKE DETECTOR OUTPUT MODULE HEAT DETECTOR PULL STATION Figure 11 Addressable Loop Wiring - Class B or Style 4 30

31 Field Wiring Table 3 Loop Wiring Table UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR WIRE GAUGE LOOP TOTAL (OUT AND IN) WIRE RUN AWG FEET METRES 12 20, , This Loop Wiring Table is for reference only and should not be used without a detailed loop calculation. Maximum Loop Current: 350 ma Maximum Loop Resistance: 35 subtract 0.2 Ohms per isolator. Maximum Loop Capacitance: 0.5 μf Maximum Number of Isolators is Loop Isolators To limit the number of addressable devices compromised by a short on the addressable loop, isolators (MIX-100X, 100XH, or 100XB) may be used to isolate the affect of the short circuit. If the impact of a short circuit must be limited to only one device, an isolating base must be used for each detector. A maximum of twenty devices can be connected between isolators, or between the panel and the first isolator, as long as the maximum in-rush current for the devices on one segment of the loop does not exceed 20 ma. Refer to the installation instructions for addressable devices for additional details. Loop A B CLASS A WIRING - ION SMOKE DETECTOR PHOTO SMOKE DETECTOR OUTPUT MODULE HEAT DETECTOR INPUT MODULE Figure 12 Addressable Loop Wiring - Class A or Style Loop Operation When there is a short circuit on the Class A loop with isolators installed, the isolators isolate the shorted fault, the panel detects it as an open loop and generates an open loop trouble. 31

32 Field Wiring When a Class A loop is opened there may be a few missing devices reported by the panel which will be restored once the panel has established the Class A connection. i Note: When there is an "Open loop trouble" look for both open and shorts on the loop. As a guide line the isolators which are activated in response to a short will have their LED ON; look for the short between the two isolators with their LEDs ON. 8.4 Indicating (Powered Output) Circuits Powered output circuits can be configured as signal, strobe or relay outputs. Powered output circuits are supervised while they are not active for both open circuits and shorts. The circuit will not actually be activated if there is a short trouble on the circuit. It will be activated if an open trouble is indicated. Since open circuit supervision does not operate while the circuit is in alarm, if the circuit was in trouble before it was activated, it will still indicate trouble while active. The trouble condition will be re-evaluated when supervision resumes. Output circuits configured as strobes can have sync protocol for synchronization if configured. Certain strobe and strobe/horns models of the following manufacturers are supported. All normal non-sychronized horns Faraday System Sensor Wheelock Gentex Mircom When configured as normal, the output circuit is ON continuously when activated and does not use any sync protocol. When configured as non-silenceable strobes, the strobes cannot be silenced, but the horn can be silenced by pressing the 'signal silence' button If the strobe is configured as silenceable strobe both the horn and the strobe are silenced (stopped) by pressing the 'signal silence' button 8.5 Indicating Circuit Wiring The FX-350 Series Addressable Fire Alarm Panel supports Class B (Style Y) and Class A (Style Z) wiring for its indicating circuits. Each circuit is supervised by a 3.9K End-of-Line resistor. Each indicating circuit provides up to 1.7 Amperes, total 5 Amperes of current maximum if no auxiliary power is used. Wire indicating circuits as in Figure 11 for Class B (Style Y) or as in Figure 12 for Class A (Style Z). Table 4 Maximum Wiring Distances TOTAL SIGNAL LOAD MAXIMUM WIRING RUN TO LAST DEVICE (ELR) MAX. LOOP RESISTANCE 18AWG 16AWG 14AWG 12AWG Amperes ft m ft m ft m ft m Ohms

33 Field Wiring Table 4 Maximum Wiring Distances TOTAL SIGNAL LOAD MAXIMUM WIRING RUN TO LAST DEVICE (ELR) MAX. LOOP RESISTANCE 18AWG 16AWG 14AWG 12AWG i Notes: For Class A wiring the resistance in ohms is multiplied by two. Maximum voltage drop should not exceed 1.8 volts. FIRE PANEL MAIN BOARD INDICATING CIRCUIT #1 - SIG 1 + STYLE Y WIRING INDICATING CIRCUIT - 1 INDICATING CIRCUIT #2 - SIG 2 + STYLE Y WIRING INDICATING CIRCUIT - 2 BELL STROBE HORN 3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR NOTE: WIRE INDICATING CIRCUITS # 3 AND #4 IN THE SAME WAY AS #1 AND #2 33

34 Field Wiring Figure 13 Indicating Circuit Class B or Style Y Wiring FIRE PANEL MAIN BOARD INDICATING CIRCUIT #1 SIG BLK RED - SIG1 OUT+ -SIG1 RET+ STYLE Z WIRING INDICATING CIRCUIT 1 INDICATING CIRCUIT #2 SIG BLK RED - SIG2 OUT+ -SIG2 RET+ STYLE Z WIRING 2 MORE INDICATING CIRCUITS NOT SHOWN INDICATING CIRCUIT 2 OCAC-304 CLASS A CONVERTER MODULE BELL STROBE NOTE: WIRE INDICATING CIRCUITS # 3 AND #4 IN THE SAME WAY AS #1 AND #2 HORN Figure 14 Indicating Circuit Class A or Style Z Wiring 8.6 Dialer Wiring If you have Fire Alarm Panel model FX DR, FX DR, FX LDR, FX- 351-LDW or FX-353-DR, there is a dialer on board and terminals marked Line 1 and Line 2 must be wired as shown in Figure 15 below. Terminals are located in the top left hand corner of 34

35 Field Wiring the main fire alarm board, from the top down. Refer to Figure 6 and Figure 7 for terminal locations. FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD LINE-1 LINE-2 CO CO RES T R T R T R T RJ31X GREEN 1 4 RED 2 3 BROWN 7 6 GREY 8 5 TIP RING Public switch Telephone company wiring TIP RING premise telephone IF permitted R RES Line 2 is Wired as shown for Line 1 Figure 15 Dialer Wiring Refer to Chapter 13.0 Dialer Operation on page 58 and Chapter 15.0 Appendix B: Reporting on page 60 for more information regarding the built-in dialer. 35

36 Field Wiring 8.7 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (PR-300) Wiring Wire the PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (if used) as shown in Figure 16 below. Power Limited cable type FPL, FPLR or FPLP must be used. For USA installation, the installer must use Atlantic Scientific (Tel: ), Model #24544 Protective Device, or similar UL-Listed QVRG secondary protector, as shown. For use in Canada, the Protective Device is not required but still recommended. PR CITY TIE LOCAL ENERGY RATED - 24VDC FILTERED TRIP COIL - 14 Ohms, 210mA, 5mV RIPPLE NOT POWER LIMITED POLARITY REVERSAL ALARM 24VDC OPEN 12VDC AT 3.5mA 8mA MAX. SHORT POWER LIMITED POLARITY REVERSAL SUPV. 24VDC OPEN 12VDC AT 3.5mA 8mA MAX. SHORT POWER LIMITED 1 2 S 1 2 S 1 2 UNPROTECTED PROTECTOR PROTECTOR PROTECTED 1 2 S 1 2 S DIN RAIL CONNECTION TO EARTH GROUND USE A SHORTING WIRE WHEN THE CITY TIE IS NOT USED CONFORMS TO NEMA STANDARD SB INTENDED FOR CONNECTION TO POLARITY REVERSAL CIRCUIT OF A REMOTE STATION RECEIVING UNIT HAVING COMPATIBLE RATINGS S 1 2 UNPROTECTED PROTECTED S 1 2 EITHER THE CITY TIE or POLARITY REVERSAL INTERFACE MAY BE USED, NOT BOTH. S S DIN RAIL CONNECTION TO EARTH GROUND NOTES: 1. Plug PR-300 ribbon cable P1 into connector P8 of the Main Fire Alarm board. 2. Cut Jumper JW1 on the PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module in order to transmit a trouble condition from the Polarity Reversal Alarm terminals to the monitoring station. 3. Cut Jumper JW2 on the PR-300 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module in order to transmit a trouble condition from the Polarity Reversal Supervisory terminals to the monitoring station. 4. Remove jumper plug from JW7 on the Main Fire Alarm board. 5. For USA installation, the installer must use an Atlantic Scientific (Tel ), Model #24544 Protective Device or similar UL-Listed QVRG secondary protector. 6. The Polarity Reversal interface is Power Limited and must use power limited cable type FPL, FPLR or FPLP from the PR-300 to the Protectors. Figure 16 Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module Terminal Connection 36

37 Field Wiring 8.8 Auxiliary Power Supplies Aux 2 Resettable Auxiliary Power (supervised, regulated) The AUX 2 resettable auxiliary power supply is supervised for shorts, therefore a short will disconnect the power until the RESET button is pressed. A trouble signal will be generated if there is a short. The circuit must be supervised for opens utilizing the End of Line Relay Model PAM-3 as shown in Figure 17. This supply is rated at 21.1 VDC regulated / 300 ma max / 1 V voltage drop maximum Auxiliary Supply (supervised, regulated) Supervised auxiliary power is used to power the remote annunciators and smart relay modules. This filtered circuit is supervised for shorts, therefore a short will disconnect the power until the RESET button is pressed. A trouble signal will be generated if there is a short. The circuit must be supervised for opens utilizing the End of Line Relay Model PAM-3 as shown in Figure 17. This supply is rated at 21.1 VDC regulated / 500 ma max / 1 V voltage drop maximum Unfiltered Supply (unsupervised, unregulated) This unregulated supply is not supervised. When required, it is recommended that the circuit be supervised for opens utilizing the (UL listed - S3403) End of Line Relay Model PAM-3 as shown in Figure 17. This supply is rated at 24 VDC / 1.7 A max. If there is a short on this circuit, the auxiliary power does not recover automatically when the short is removed. The main power and the battery must be disconnected, then reconnected and the panel reset to re-establish the auxiliary power supply. FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD AUX 2 RESETTABLE AUXILIARY POWER OR AUXILIARY SUPPLY OR UNFILTERED SUPPLY + - DETECTOR POWER SUPPLY 22VDC, 200mA MAX. CURRENT - 300mA MAX. RIPPLE VOL. 5mV (POWER LIMITED) Supervision for Auxiliary Supplies Connect auxiliary devices here* * Use this supervision set-up only if auxiliary devices are used END OF LINE RELAY Class B (Style B) WIRING E.O.L. 47K Ohms Red MINI MONITOR MODULE MIX-101P Violet White B + Red Loop A Black Black LEGEND ION SMOKE DETECTOR PHOTO SMOKE DETECTOR HEAT DETECTOR Figure 17 Supervision Of Auxiliary Supplies 37

38 Field Wiring 8.9 Power Supply Connections The power supply is located directly behind and below the main board. The ratings are: Electrical Input rating 120 VAC, 60Hz, 1.73A / 240VAC, 50Hz, 0.864A Battery fuse on Main module 10A, slow blow micro fuse (not replaceable)! Caution: The main AC branch circuit connection for the Fire Alarm Control Unit must provide a dedicated continuous power without any disconnect devices. Use #12 AWG wire with 600-volt insulation and proper over-current circuit protection that complies with the local codes. Refer to 16.0 Appendix C: Specifications on page 62 for specifications. i Note: Ensure that the AC supply is disconnected before wiring the power to the panel. Wire the AC power to the AC wiring terminals as shown in Figure 18 using the proper wire gauge. Fire alarm systems must be installed in compliance with local codes and standards and with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) TRANSFORMER JW7 TO PR-300 MODULE RIBBON CABLE POWER SUPPLY P3 P2 RTI PORT UNFILTERED FWR 24VDC TRB TRL COM- COM+ POWER CONNECTOR POWER SUPPLY BOARD BATTERY P3 + P4 P6 - P5 SEC TX P1 P2 Yellow Red Black Green 240VAC 50Hz 120VAC 60Hz N Ground RED BLACK RED AC WIRING TERMINALS BATTERY BATTERY Figure 18 Main Power Supply Connections i Note: The FX-350 panel is capable of being wired for 120 VAC or 240 VAC 50/60 Hz as shown above. A good ground connection to the Ground" terminal is essential to electrical safety, ensure proper operation, and specified noise immunity. 38

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