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The Fire•Lite MS-9050UD(E) is a Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) and Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter (DACT) combined into one circuit board. This compact, intelligent addressable control panel supports up to 50 addressable devices of any type of detectors and modules. With an extensive

list of powerful features, the MS-9050UD programs just like Fire•Lite’s larger products, yet fits into applications previously servedonly by conventional panels.

The MS-9050UD’s integral DACT transmits system status (alarms, troubles, AC loss, etc.) to a Central Station via the public switched telephone network. It also allows remote and local

programming of the control panel using the PK-CD Upload Download utility. In addition, the control panel may be programmed or interrogated off-site via the public switched telephone network. Any personal computer with Windows™ 95 or greater, and  ompatible modem with a speed of 14.4 kbps or faster and Fire•Lite Upload/Download software kit PK-CD, may erve as a Service Terminal. This allows download of the entire program or upload of the entire program, history file, walk-test data, current status and system voltages.

The power supply and all electronics are contained on a single circuit board supported on a new quick install chassis and housed in a metal cabinet. Available accessories include local and remote upload/download software, remote annunciators, and reverse polarity/city box transmitter. (4XTMF) New options include a UL listed printer, PRN-6F and the new IPDACT Internet Monitoring module.The FireWatch Series internet monitoring modules IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD permit monitoring of alarm signals over the Internet, saving the monthly cost of two telephone lines. Although not required, the secondary telephone line may be retained providing backup communication over the public switched telephone line.

NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the term MS-9050UD is used in this data sheet to refer to both the MS-9050UD and the MS-

9050UDE FACPs. For MS-9050UDC, refer to DF-60445.

Features

• Listed to UL Standard 864, 9th edition.

• Auto-program (learn mode) reduces installation time. Reports two devices set to the same address.

• On-board DACT.

• Two independently programmable Style Z (Class A) or Style Y (Class B) NAC circuits.

• Selectable strobe synchronization for System Sensor, Wheelock, and Gentex devices.

• Remote Acknowledge, Silence, Reset and Drill via addressable monitor modules.

• Two programmable relays and one fixed trouble relay.

• Built-in Programmer.

• Telephone Line Active LEDs.

• EIA-232 PC interface.

• Integral 80-character LCD display with backlighting.

• Real-time clock/calendar with automatic daylight savings control.

• History file with 500 event capacity.

• Automatic detector sensitivity testing (NFPA 72 compliant).

• Automatic device type-code verification.

• Point trouble identification.

• Waterflow selection per module point.

• Alarm verification selection per detector point.

• Maintenance alert warns when smoke detector dust accumulation is excessive.

• One-person audible or silent walk test with walk-test log and printout.

• System alarm verification selection per detector point.

• PAS (Positive Alarm Sequence) and Pre-signal per point (NFPA 72 compliant).

• Up to eight ANN-BUS annunciators

• Remote Acknowledge, Alarm Silence, Reset and Drill via addressable modules or remote annunciator.

• Upload/Download (local or remote) of program and data via integral DACT.

SLC COMMUNICATION LOOP

• Single addressable SLC loop which meets NFPA Style 4, 6 and 7 requirements.

• 50 addressable device capacity (any combination of addressable detectors and modules).

• Compatible with Fire•Lite’s addressable devices (refer to SLC Wiring Manual).

NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE CIRCUITS (NACS)

• Two independently programmable output circuits. Circuits can be configured for the following outputs:

– Style Y (Class B)

– Style Z (Class A)

– Door Holder Service (cannot be used for notification appliances)

– Aux Power Source (cannot be used for notification appliances)

• Silence Inhibit and Autosilence timer options.

• Continuous, March Time, Temporal or California code for main circuit board NACs with two-stage capability.

• Selectable strobe synchronization per NAC.

• 2.5 A total power for NACs.

NOTE: Maximum or total 24VDC system power shared between all NAC circuits and the ANN-BUS is 2.7 A.

 

The Fire•Lite MS-9200UDLS Rev 3 with Version 5.0 firmware is a combination FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) and DACT (Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter) all on one circuit board. This compact intelligent addressable control panel has an extensive list of powerful features.  While the MS-9200UDLS Rev 3 may be used with an SLC configured in the CLIP (Classic Loop Interface Protocol) mode, it can also operate in LiteSpeed™ mode—Fire•Lite’s latest polling technology—for a quicker device response time.  LiteSpeed’s patented technology polls 10 devices at a time.  This improvement allows a fully-loaded panel with up to 198 devices to report an incident and activate the notification circuits in under 10 seconds. With Litespeed polling, devices can be wired on standard twisted, unshielded wire up to a distance of 10,000 feet.

The MS-9200UDLS Rev 3’s quick-remove chassis protects the electronics during construction. The backbox can be installed allowing field wiring to be pulled. When construction is completed, the electronics can be quickly installed with just two bolts.

New features for Rev 3 with Version 5.0 firmware include removable terminal blocks, improved transient protection, additional secondary ANN-BUS, and increased power for the  resettable and remote sync outputs.

Available accessories include ANN-BUS devices as well as ACS LED, graphic and LCD annunciators, and reverse polarity/city box transmitter.  The integral DACT transmits system status (alarms, supervisories, troubles, AC loss, etc.) to a Central Station via the public switched telephone network. It also allows remote and local programming of the control panel using the PS-Tools Upload/Download utility. In addition, the control panel may be programmed or interrogated off-site via the public switched telephone network. Any personal computer with Windows® XP or greater, a compatible modem, and PS-Tools—the Fire•Lite  Upload/Download software kit—may serve as a Service Terminal.  This allows download of the entire program or upload of  the entire program, history file, walktest data, current status and system voltages. The panel can also be programmed through the FACP’s keypad or via a standard PS-2 computer keyboard, which can be plugged directly into the printed circuit board. This permits easy typing of address labels and other programming information.

Version 5.0 firmware supports the following: Primary and Secondary ANN-bus devices, AD355 (LiteSpeed), USB port, NAC circuit diagnostics, a new report has been added to the walktest that lists untested devices, new device types added: audio telephone type code for ACC 25/50ZST, Photo Supervisory and auto-resettable Drill (non-latching).

The FireWatch Series internet monitoring modules IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD permit monitoring of alarm signals over the Internet saving the monthly cost of two dedicated business telephone lines. Although not required, the secondary telephone line may be retained providing backup communication over the public switched telephone line.

NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the term MS-9200UDLS is used in this document to refer to both the MS-9200UDLS and the MS-9200UDLS(E) FACPs (Fire Alarm Control Panels).

Features

• Listed to UL standard 864, 9th edition.

• On-board DACT.

• Remote site or local USB port upload/download, using PSTools.

• Four (4) Style Y (Class B) NAC circuits, which can be converted

to four (4) Style Z (Class A) circuits with optional

ZNAC-92 converter module. (Up to 6.0 amps total NAC

power when using optional XRM-24B.)

• Selectable strobe synchronization for System Sensor,

Wheelock, and Gentex devices.

• Remote Acknowledge, Silence, Reset and Drill via addressable

monitor modules or LCD-80F, ANN-80 or Legacy ACS

Annunciators.

• ANN-BUS for connection to following optional modules (cannot be used if ACS annunciators are used):

ANN-80(-W) Remote LCD Annunciator

ANN-I/O LED Driver

ANN-S/PG Printer Module

ANN-RLY Relay Module

ANN-LED Annunciator Module

ANN-RLED Annunciator Module alarms only

ROME Relay Option Module Enclosure

• ACS/TERM:

ACS Annunciators: Up to 32 Legacy ACM Series annunciators (ACM-16AT or ACM-32 series). Cannot be used if ANN-BUS devices are used.

Terminal-mode Annunciators: Up to 32 Legacy LCD-80F remote annunciators.

 

 

Fire•Lite’s MS-9600LS(E) and MS-9600UDLS(E) are compact, cost effective, intelligent addressable FACPs (Fire Alarm Control Panels) with an extensive list of powerful features. The combination of Fire•Lite’s newer series devices and legacy

300 Series devices, along with the MS-9600LS(E) or MS-9600UDLSE FACP, offer the latest in fire protection technology.

LiteSpeed™ is a patented technology that polls 10 devices at a time looking for new or different information.  When new information is found at a specific address, the system polls that device several times for any new data. This improvement allows a fully loaded panel with up to 636 devices to report an incident and activate the notification circuits in under 10 seconds. With this new polling scheme, devices can be wired on standard twisted, unshielded wire up to a distance of 10,000 feet per loop. Each Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) loop supports up to 159 addressable detectors including photoelectric, photoelectric with heat, beam, ionization, photoelectric duct, fixed heat, fixed heat with rate-of-rise, and fixed high-heat detectors. It also supports up to 159 addressable modules including monitor (two-wire detector, normally open devices), dual-monitor functions (two monitor circuits from one module, two addresses used), multimonitor (multiple monitor circuits from one module, multiple addresses used), control (for Notification Appliance Circuits), and relay (two orm-C) modules.

The FLPS-7 power supply is a separate board while all other electronics are contained on a single main circuit board. Both boards are mounted to a quick-removable chassis and housed  in a metal cabinet. The backbox can be installed allowing field wiring to be pulled. When construction is completed, the chassis with the electronics can be quickly installed with two bolts.

The MS-9600UDLS(E) includes a factory-installed DACT-UD2 Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter. The DACT transmits system status (alarm, troubles, AC loss, etc.) to a Central Station via internet (optional IPDACT installed) or the public switched telephone network.

Optional modules, which plug into the main circuit board, are available for special functions. Available accessories include LED, graphic and LCD annunciators, reverse polarity/city box transmitter, digital alarm communicator/transmitter, SLC expansion module, local and remote upload/download software and remote power expansion.  FM APPROVED to UL ANSI 864.

 

Controls And Indicators

LED INDICATORS

• AC POWER (green)

• FIRE ALARM (red)

• SUPERVISORY (yellow)

• ALARM SILENCED (yellow)

• SYSTEM TROUBLE (yellow)

• MAINTENANCE/PRESIGNAL (yellow)

• DISABLED (yellow)

• BATTERY FAULT (yellow)

• GROUND FAULT (yellow)

MEMBRANE SWITCH CONTROLS

• ACKNOWLEDGE/STEP

• ALARM SILENCE

• DRILL

• SYSTEM RESET (lamp test)

• 12-key pad with full alphabet

• 4 cursor keys

• ENTER

Special Features

• Easy mount chassis.

• 7 amp switching power supply.

• Large enclosure allows 18 amp-hour batteries

• DACT-UD2 plug-in communicator standard with

MS-9600UDLS/E.

• Optional IPDACT Internet Protocol Digital Alarm

Communicator/Transmitter

• Four Style Y (Class B) or two Style Z (Class A)

NAC circuits.

• Selectable strobe synchronization per NAC for

System Sensor, Wheelock, and Gentex devices.

• Automated control of ACC-25/50(ZS/T) audio speaker circuits

• ANN-BUS for connection to following optional modules

Note: cannot be used if ACS annunciators are used.

• ANN-80(-W) Remote LCD Annunciator

• ANN-I/O LED Driver Module

• ANN-S/PG Serial/Parallel Printer Module

• ANN-RLY Relay Module

• ANN-LED Annunciator Module

• ANN-RLED Annunciator Module (alarms only)

Fire-Lite's SD355 and SD355T addressable, low-profile plug-in photoelectric detectors use a state of the art photoelectric sensing chamber with communications to provide open area protection and are used exclusively with the MS-9050UD, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9600 Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels. The SD355T adds thermal sensors that will alarm at a fixed temperature of 135F (57C).

 

Fire-Lite's CP355 addressable, low-profile, plug-in ionization detector uses a state-of-the-art ionization sensing chamber to provide open-area protection and is used exclusively with Fire-Lite’s MS-9050UD, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9600 addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels. The ionization detector is used to sense products of combustion and report the measured level of such product to the panel.

 

Fire-Lite's H355 Series thermal detectors are addressable sensors that use a state-of-the-art thermistor sensing circuit for fast response. These sensors are designed to provide open area protection and are intended for use with Fire-Lite’s MS-9050UD, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9600 Fire Alarm Control Panels. Both the H355 and H355R provide fixed temperature alarm detection at 135F. H355HT provides fixed-high temperature detection.

 

Fire-Lite's AD355 Adapt detector is an intelligent, addressable, multi-sensing, low-profile detector designed for use with the addressable fire alarm control panels. The Adapt detector combines photoelectric and thermal sensing technologies designed to increases immunity to false alarms.

 

Conventional Panels

 

The MS-5UD-3(E) is a five-zone FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) and the MS-10UD-7(E) is a ten-zone FACP. These control panels provide reliable fire signaling protection for small to medium-sized commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings.  Both panels include built-in communicators for Central Station Service and remote upload/download.  Each of these FACPs is compatible with System Sensor’s microprocessor-based i3 series detectors. These conventional smoke detectors can transmit a maintenance trouble signal to the FACP indicating the need for cleaning and a supervisory “freeze” signal when the ambient temperature falls below the detector rating. Additionally, both the MS-5UD-3 and MS-10UD-7 are compatible with conventional input devices such as two- and four-wire smoke detectors, pull stations, waterflow devices, tamper switches, and other normally-open contact devices. Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for a complete listing of compatible devices.

Outputs include four NACs (Notification Appliance Circuits),three programmable Form-C relays (factory programmed for

Alarm, Trouble, and Supervisory) and 24 VDC special application resettable and nonresettable power outputs. The FACPs

supervise all wiring, AC voltage, battery level and telephone line integrity.Activation of a compatible smoke detector or any normallyopen fire alarm initiating device will activate audible and visual signaling devices, illuminate an indicating LED, ound the piezo sounder at the FACP, activate the communicator and FACP alarm relay, and operate an optional module used to notify a remote station or initiate an auxiliary control function.

New options include a UL listed printer, PRN-6F and FireLite’s IPDACT Internet Monitoring module. The FireWatch Series

internet monitoring modules IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD permit monitoring of alarm signals over the Internet saving the

monthly cost of two telephone lines. Although not required, the secondary telephone line may be retained providing backup

communication over the public switched telephone line.

 

NOTE: The MS-5UD-3E and MS-10UD-7E offers the same features as the MS-5UD-3 and MS-10UD-7 but allow connection to

240 VAC. Unless otherwise specified, the information in this data sheet applies to both the 120 VAC and the 240 VAC versions of

these panels.

NOTE: For ULC-listed models, see DF-60440.

 

Features

• Listed to UL Standard 864, 9th edition.

• Built-in DACT (Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter).

• Style B (Class B) IDC (Initiating Device Circuit)

MS-5UD-3 - five IDCs.

MS-10UD-7 - ten IDCs.

• Style Y (Class B) NAC (Notification Appliance Circuit) – special application power

MS-5UD-3 - four NACs.

MS-10UD-7 - four NACs.

• Notification Appliances may be programmed as

Silence Inhibit.

Auto-Silence.

Strobe Synchronization for System Sensor, Wheelock, Gentex, Faraday, or Amseco devices.

Selective Silence (horn-strobe mute).

Temporal or Steady Signal.

Silenceable or Nonsilenceable.

• Optional CAC-5X Style Z (Class A) Converter Module for NACs and IDCs (2 required for MS-10UD-7).

• Form-C Relays for Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory - Contact

Ratings 2.0 A@ 30 VDC or 0.5 A @ 30 VAC (resistive).

• 3.0 A total system current for MS-5UD-3.

• 7.0 A total system current for MS-10UD-7.

• Optional Dress Panel DP-51050

• Optional Trim Ring TR-CE for semi-flush mounting.

• 24 volt operation.

• Low AC voltage sense.

• Alarm Verification.

• PAS (Positive Alarm Sequence).

• Automatic battery trickle charger.

• Up to eight ANN-BUS annunciators:

Optional 8 zone Relay Module ANN-RLY.

Optional LED Annunciator Module ANN-LED,

Optional Remote Annunciator ANN-80.

Optional Remote Printer Gateway ANN-S/PG.

Optional LED Annunciator Driver ANN-I/O.

• Optional 4XTMF module (conventional reverse polarity/city box transmitter).

 

PROGRAMMING AND SOFTWARE:

• Can be programmed at the panel with no special software

or additional equipment.

• Programmable Make/Break Ratio.

• Upload/Download (local or remote) of program and data via integral DACT.

 

USER INTERFACE:

• Built-in DACT (Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter).

• Integral 80-character LCD display with backlighting and keypad.

• Real-time clock/calendar with automatic daylight savings adjustments.

• ANN-BUS for connection to remote annunciators.

• Audible or silent walk test capabilities.

• Piezo sounder for alarm, trouble, and supervisory.

 

Controls and Indicators

LED INDICATORS

• FIRE ALARM (red)

• SUPERVISORY (yellow)

• TROUBLE (yellow)

• AC POWER (green)

• ALARM SILENCED (yellow)

CONTROL BUTTONS

• ACKNOWLEDGE

• ALARM SILENCE

• SYSTEM RESET (lamp test)

• DRILL

Terminal Blocks

AC Power – TB1:

• MS-5UD-3 (FLPS-3 Power Supply): 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 1.00 A.

• MS-5UD-3E (FLPS-3 Power Supply): 240 VAC, 50 HZ, 0.54 A.

• MS-10UD-7 (FLPS-7 Power Supply): 120 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 3.80 A.

• MS-10UD-7E (FLPS-7 Power Supply): 240 VAC, 50/60 HZ, 2.20 A.

Wire size: minimum 14 AWG (2.00 mm²) with 600 V insulation.  Supervised, nonpower-limited.

 

Battery (sealed lead acid only) – J12:

• Maximum Charging Circuit - Normal Flat Charge: 27.6 VDC

@ 1.4 A. Supervised, nonpower-limited.

• Maximum Charger Capacity: 18 AH battery for MS-5UD-3(E), and 26 AH battery for MS-10UD-7(E). [Two 18 Ah batteries

can be housed in the FACP cabinet. Larger batteries require separate battery box such as the BB-26 or BB-55.]

 

Cabinet Measurements

• Minimum Battery Size: 7 AH.

Initiating Device Circuits – TB4 (and TB 6 on MS-10UD-7 only):

• Alarm Zones 1 - 5 on TB 4 (MS-5UD-3 and MS-10UD-7).

• Alarm Zones 6 - 10 on TB6 (MS-10UD-7 only).

• Supervised and power-limited circuitry.

• Operation: All zones Style B (Class B).

• Normal Operating Voltage: Nominal 20 VDC.

• Alarm Current: 15 mA minimum.

• Short Circuit Current: 40 mA max.

• Maximum Loop Resistance: 100 ohms.

• End-of-Line Resistor: 4.7K ohm, 1/2 watt (P/N 71252 ULlisted).

• Standby Current: 2 mA.  Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for listed compatible devices.

Notification Appliance Circuits – TB5 (and TB 7 on MS-10UD-7 only):

• Four NACs

• Operation: Style Y (Class B)

• Special Application power

• Supervised and power-limited circuitry

• Normal Operating Voltage: Nominal 24 VDC

• Maximum Signaling Current: 3.0 A for MS-5UD-3, 2.5 A maximum per NAC; 7.0 A for MS-10UD-7(E), 3.0 A maximum per AC.

• End-of-Line Resistor: 4.7K ohm, 1/2 watt (Part #71252)

• Max. Wiring Voltage Drop: 2 VDC

Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for compatible listed devices.

 

Form C Relays – TB8:

Relay 1 (factory default programmed as Alarm Relay)

Relay 2 (factory default programmed as fail-safe TroubleRelay)

Relay 3 (factory default programmed as Supervisory Relay)

Special Application Resettable Power – TB9:

• Jumper selectable by JP31 for resettable or nonresettable power.

• Operating voltage: 24 VDC nominal.

• Maximum available current: 500 mA - appropriate for powering four-wire smoke detectors.

• Power-limited circuit.

Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for listed compatible devices.

Remote Sync Output - TB2: Remote power supply synchronization output, only required for the MS-5UD-3. 24 VDC nominal special application power. Maximum current is 40 mA.  End-of-Line Resistor: 4.7K ohm. Supervised and power-limited circuit.

 

Product Line Information

MS-5UD-3: Five-zone, 24-volt Fire Alarm Control Panel (includes backbox, FLPS-3 power supply, technical manual, and a frame & post operating instruction sheet). 120 VAC operation.

MS-5UD-3E: Same as MS-5UD-3 except for 240 VAC operation.

MS-10UD-7: Ten-zone, 24-volt Fire Alarm Control Panel (includes backbox, FLPS-7 power supply, technical manual, and a frame & post operating instruction sheet).

 

The System Sensor I 3 Series detectors are designed on three principles: Installation ease, Intelligence, and Instant inspection. The I 3 Series detectors automatically adjust their sensitivity settings based on dust accumulation in their chamber, resulting in an increased resistance to false alarms. The I 3 Series detectors are capable of generating a remote maintenance signal when they are in need of cleaning. The design of these detectors emphasizes ease of installation and field maintenance.

 

The System Sensor 1151 and 2151 are low-profile ionization and photoelectric, plug-in type smoke detector heads. They offer superb performance and reliability, meeting the stringent performance criteria designated by UL 268 and ULC, in a profile of just 1.66" (42mm). Aesthetically pleasing to engineers, architects, building owners and homeowners, the 1151 and 2151 can be used with four different adapter bases in a variety of wiring configurations and voltages. Model 1151 (ionization sensor) and 2151 (photoelectric sensor) share the same sleek low-profile design.

 

System Sensor's 5600 (A) Series mechanical heat detectors offers a low-cost option for property protection against fire and non-life-safety installations, where smoke detectors are inappropriate. Both single and dual circuit models are offered, each available for low and high temperature ratings with either fixed temperature or combination fixed temperature/rate of rise (ROR) activation.

 

The System Sensor B401BH(A) Base with Sounder is used
with conventional 400 Series two-wire plug-in smoke detectors.
Refer to the associated control panel manual for more
information on detector heads.
NOTE: Only compatible UL/ULC-approved smoke detectors may
be used with the B401BH(A).

 

Suppression Control Panels

 

The MRP-2001 is a six-zone FACP for single and dual hazard deluge and preaction applications. The MRP-2001 provides reliable fire detection, signaling and protection for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings requiring water-based releasing. The MRP-2001 is compatible with System Sensor’s i3 detectors which are conventional smoke detectors that can transmit a maintenance trouble signal to the FACP indicating the need for cleaning and a supervisory ‘freeze’ signal when the ambient temperature falls below the detector rating of approximately 45°F (7.22°C). In addition, the control panel is compatible with conventional input devices such as two-wire smoke detectors, four-wire smoke detectors, pull stations, waterflow devices, tamper switches and other normally-open contact devices. Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for a complete listing of compatible devices. Four outputs are programmable as NACs (Notification Appliance Circuits) or releasing circuits. Three programmable Form-C relays (factory programmed for Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory) and 24 VDC special application resettable and non-resettable power outputs are also included on the main circuit board. The MRP-2001 supervises all wiring, AC voltage, battery charger and battery level.  Activation of a compatible smoke detector or any normallyopen fire alarm initiating device will activate audible and visual signaling devices, illuminate an indicator, display alarm information on the panel’s LCD, sound the piezo sounder at the FACP, activate the FACP alarm relay and operate an optional module used to notify a remote station or initiate an auxiliary control function.The MRP-2001E offers the same features as the MRP-2001 but allows connection to 240 VAC. Unless otherwise specified, the information in this data sheet applies to both the 120 VAC and 240 VAC versions of the panels.

 

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The MRP-2002 is a six-zone FACP for single and dual hazard agent releasing applications. The MRP-2002 provides reliable fire detection, signaling and protection for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings requiring agent-based releasing.  The MRP-2002 is compatible with System Sensor’s i3 detectors which are conventional smoke detectors that can transmit a maintenance trouble signal to the FACP indicating the need for cleaning and a supervisory ‘freeze’ signal when the ambient temperature falls below the detector rating of approximately 45°F (7.22°C). In addition, the control panel is compatible with conventional input devices such as two-wire smoke detectors, four-wire smoke detectors, pull stations, waterflow devices, tamper switches and other normally-open contact devices. Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for a complete listing of compatible devices. Four outputs are programmable as NACs (Notification Appliance Circuits) or releasing circuits. Three programmable Form-C relays (factory programmed for Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory) and 24 VDC special application resettable and non-resettable power outputs are also included on the main circuit board. The MRP-2002 supervises all wiring, AC voltage, battery charger and battery level.  Activation of a compatible smoke detector or any normallyopen  fire alarm initiating device will activate audible and visual signaling devices, illuminate an indicator, display alarm information on the panel’s LCD, sound the piezo sounder at the FACP, activate the FACP alarm relay and operate an optional module used to notify a remote station or initiate an auxiliary control function.  The MRP-2002E offers the same features as the MRP-2002 but allows connection to 220/240 VAC. Unless otherwise specified, the information in this data sheet applies to both the 110/120 VAC and 220/240 VAC versions of the panels.

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Audio Evacuation Systems

The ACC-25/50 (ACC-25/50) is a state-of-the-art, single- or dual-circuit (25 watts each) Emergency Voice Evacuation control Panel (EVAC). The ACC-25/50 records five field-programmable messages (up to 60 seconds total message duration) with an integral commercial-grade emergency communications microphone or from an external audio source. Significant technological enhancements set the ACC-25/50 apart from other EVAC panels — these include full supervision in both

active (alarm or music) and standby conditions, supervision of amplifier outputs, field wiring, message generator, all tone generators, and the microphone. The integral power supply charges up to 18 AH batteries, which can be housed in the ACC-25/50 cabinet.

The ACC-25/50 is suitable for use as an adjunct (slave or stand-alone) to most UL-Listed Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs). An optional 25 watt, 25 VRMS audio amplifier is available for system expansion to 50 watts (providing dual 25-

watt speaker circuits) or as a secondary amplifier in jurisdictions requiring backup. A 70.7 VRMS converter is also available

for independently converting amplifiers to meet retrofit needs.  A host of field-programming options, including the capability of five custom messages (fire, tornado, evacuation, hazmat, nonfire, multi-language, etc.) make the ACC-25/50 the most  versatile voice evacuation system available.

Suitable Applications include schools, auditoriums, dormitories, theatres, restaurants, places of worship, lodging, office buildings, and factories.
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The Fire•Lite ACC-25/50DA is a compact Distributed Audio (DA) panel which is designed to interface with the Audio Command Center•25/50 (ACC-25/50) Series audio panels to distribute audio in systems that require more than 25 watts.

The ACC-25/50DA is offered in a self-contained modular design that includes a single channel, 25 Watt, 25 VRMS audio amplifier. An optional 25 Watt, 25 VRMS audio amplifier is available to expand the ACC-25/50DA to 50 Watts (providing

dual 25 Watt speaker circuits) or as a secondary, backup amplifier. The ACC-25/50DA can be used to distribute voice evacuation audio throughout a facility. The audio riser input provides automatic gain control (AGC) which compensates for any audio signal loss due to circuit loading or cable length, to ensure delivery of a full output signal to the speakers. For systems requiring 24-hour backup, the built-in power supply and battery charger are able to charge up to 18 AH batteries.

Up to 25 ACC-25/50DA units can be connected to an ACC-25/50 master unit. If all units are equipped with the optional

second amplifier, the total wattage can be 1300 watts. Other options include a digital message generator module providing a factory-recorded voice with field-record and playback capability (up to five distinct messages). Optional 70.7 VRMS conversion modules are available for applications requiring 70.7 VRMS speakers.  Significant technological enhancements, set the ACC-25/50DA Series apart from other voice panels. The ACC-25/50DA has full supervision in both active alarm and standby conditions. Independent power feeds to each amplifier ensures that a short circuit in one amplifier will not shut downthe other. Full output power (25 watts per amplifier) is generated with the optional 70.7 VRMS transformer module duringlow battery conditions. Additionally, modern integrated circuits, as opposed to transformer technology, amplifies audio for very low signal distortion.

Suitable applications include, but are not limited to: schools, auditoriums, dormitories, theaters, restaurants, places of worship, motels/hotels, office buildings, factories, etc.

 

The Audio Command Center•25/50 Zoned System (ACC-25/50ZS) is a state-of-the-art Emergency Voice Evacuation Panel (EVAC) capable of splitting 25 or 50 watts of audio power into up to eight speaker circuits (i.e., zones). The ACC-25/50ZS records five field-programmable messages (up to 60 seconds total message duration) with an integral commercial grade emergency communications microphone or from an external audio source. Significant technological enhancementsset the ACC-25/50ZS apart from other EVAC panels — these include full supervision in both active alarm and standby conditions, supervision of amplifier outputs, field wiring, message generator, all tone generators, and the microphone. The integral power supply is capable of charging up to 18 AH batteries,  which can be housed in the ACC-25/50ZS cabinet.

The ACC-25/50ZS is suitable for use as an adjunct (slave or stand-alone) to most UL-Listed Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs). An optional 25 watt, 25 Vrms audio amplifier expands to 50 watts or as a secondary amplifier in jurisdictions requiring backup. A 70.7 Vrms converter is also available for independently converting amplifiers to meet retrofit needs.

The Zone Splitter Module (ACC-ZSM) divides the output of the Audio Amplifier Module(s) (ACC-AAM25) into up to eight speaker circuits (i.e., zones). The Zone Page Module with Keypad (ACC-ZPMK) provides full manual control of the speaker circuits, status indication of each of the speaker circuits, and automatic control by the FACP via the ACS serial link  onnection on the MS-9200UD Series and MS-9600 Series Addressable Panels.  A host of field-programming options, including the capability of five custom messages (fire, tornado, evacuation, hazmat, nonfire, multi-language, etc.) make the ACC-25/50ZS the most versatile voice evacuation system available. Suitable applications include schools, auditoriums, dormitories, theaters, restaurants, places of worship, lodging, officebuildings, and factories.

The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Zone System with FireFighters Telephone (ACC-25/50ZST) is a state-of-the-art Emergency Voice Evacuation panel (EVAC panel) capable of splitting 25 or 50 watts of audio power and up to eight speaker circuits (i.e., zones). The ACC-25/50ZST includes an ACCFFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module with keypad which providesindications of phone activation, remote page activation, remote microphone activation and corresponding trouble conditions.

Additionally, up to 24 telephone circuits can be annunciated at the ACC-FFT by connecting addressable monitormodules to the optional FPJ-F or RPJ-F Remote Phone Jacks.  The ACC-25/50ZST provides the ability to record five field-programmable messages (up to 60 seconds total message duration) with an integral commercial-grade emergency communications microphone or from an external audio source.  Significant technological enhancements set the ACC-25/50ZST apart from other EVAC panels; these include full supervision in both active alarm and standby conditions, supervision of amplifier outputs, field wiring, message generator, all tonegenerators, and the microphone. The integral power supply is capable of charging up to 18 AH batteries, which can be housed in the ACC-25/50ZST cabinet.

The ACC-25/50ZST is suitable for use as an adjunct (slave or stand-alone) to most UL-Listed Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs). An optional 25 watt, 25 VRMS audio amplifier is available for system expansion to 50 watts or as a secondary amplifier in jurisdictions requiring such backup. A 70.7 VRMS converter is also available for independently converting amplifiers to meet retrofit needs.

The Zone Splitter Module (ACC-ZSM) divides the output of the Audio Amplifier Module(s) (ACC-AAM25) into up to eight speaker circuits (i.e., zones). The Zone Page Module with Keypad (ACC-ZPMK) provides full manual control of the speaker circuits, status indication of each of the speaker circuits, and automatic control by the FACP via the ACS serial link connection on the MS-9200UDLS, MS-9600LS and MS-9600UDLS Addressable Panels.  A host of field-programming options, including the capability of five custom messages (fire, tornado, evacuation, hazmat, nonfire,  multi-language, etc.) make the ACC-25/50ZST the most versatile voice evacuation system available.

 

The  is a compact, distributed audio (DAZS) panel that expands the eight speaker circuits found in the Audio Command Center (ACC-25/50ZS) audio control panel with an additional eight speaker circuits. Up to two ACC-25/50DAZS units wired Class B or up to five ACC-25/50DAZS units wired Class A can be linked to a master ACC-25/50ZS providing a total capacity of 24 speaker circuits.

The speaker circuits can be manually activated via theswitch module on the master ACC-25/50ZS panel or automatically via the serial communications link. The audio riser input provides automatic gain control (AGC) which compensates for any audio signal loss due to circuit loading or cable length, to ensure delivery of a full output signal to the speakers. For systems requiring 24-hour backup, the built-in power supply and battery charger are able to charge up to 18 AH batteries.  Other options include a 25 Watt, 25 VRMS audio amplifier for system expansion to 50 Watts (providing dual 25 Watt speaker circuits) or as a secondary, backup amplifier.  Optional 70.7 VRMS conversion modules are available for applications requiring 70.7 VRMS speakers. Significant technological enhancements, set the ACC-25/50DAZS Series apart from other voice panels. The ACC-25/50DAZS has full supervision in both active alarm and standby conditions. Independent power feeds to each amplifier ensures that a short circuit in one amplifier will not shut down the other. Full output power (25 watts per amplifier) is generated with the optional 70.7 VRMS transformer module during low battery conditions. Additionally, modern integrated circuits, as opposed to transformer technology, amplifies audio for very low signal distortion.

Suitable applications include, but are not limited to: schools, auditoriums, dormitories, theaters, restaurants, places of worship, motels/hotels, office buildings, and factories.