Distributed Audio Panel ACC-25/50DA & ACC-25/50DAZS Instruction Manual Document 52265 6/8/2010 Rev: P/N 52265:B1 B1 ECN 10-278
Fire Alarm System Limitations While a fire alarm system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for fire insurance! An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of smoke detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible warning devices, and a fire alarm control panel with remote notification capability—can provide early warning of a developing fire. Such a system, however, does not assure protection against property damage or loss of life resulting from a fire.
Installation Precautions Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability: WARNING - Several different sources of power can be connected to the fire alarm control panel. Disconnect all sources of power before servicing. Control unit and associated equipment may be damaged by removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or interconnecting cables while the unit is energized. Do not attempt to install, service, or operate this unit until manuals are read and understood.
Software Downloads In order to supply the latest features and functionality in fire alarm and life safety technology to our customers, we make frequent upgrades to the embedded software in our products. To ensure that you are installing and programming the latest features, we strongly recommend that you download the most current version of software for each product prior to commissioning any system.
Table of Contents Section 1: Product Description ............................................................................................. 11 1.1: Product Features ..........................................................................................................................................12 1.2: Specifications...............................................................................................................................................17 1.3: Indicators ......................
Table of Contents 4.2.1: LEDs on Main Circuit Board.............................................................................................................54 4.2.2: LEDs on Optional Message Generator Module (FC-MGM).............................................................54 4.2.3: LEDs on Audio Amplifier Module....................................................................................................55 4.2.4: LEDs on ACC-ZPM (ACC-25/50DAZS Only) ...........................................
This audio panel has been designed to comply with standards set forth by the following regulatory agencies: • Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL 864 • NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code Before proceeding, the installer should be familiar with the following documents.
MS-9600 Technical Manual MS-5210UDTechnical Manual ACC-25/50 Series Manual SLC Wiring Manual (with addressable devices) Document #51335 Document #50193 Document #51889 Document #51309 This product has been certified to comply with the requirements in the Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864, 9th Edition. Operation of this product with products not tested for UL 864, 9th Edition has not been evaluated.
Distributed Audio Panel Manual — P/N 52265:B1 6/8/2010 The Audio Riser connects the audio output of the ACC-25/50 to each of the ACC-25/50DA(s). The Master Command Bus provides an All-Call trigger from the ACC-25/50 to the ACC-25/50DA(s). 2. 3. accdadistsys.CDR 1. Maximum of 25 Distributed Audio panels may be used in this configuration. The FACP can automatically control the audio system via the CMD inputs on the ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50DA(s).
The Audio Riser connects the audio output of the ACC25/50ZS to each of the ACC-25/50DAZS(s) to distribute alarm or paging audio. The ACC-25/50ZS uses the Control Serial Link to control the routing of the alarm or paging audio. Riser conductors must be installed in accordance with the survivability from attack by fire requirements in National Fire Alarm Code, NFPA 72. 2. 3. 4. accdazsdistsys.wmf The FACP controls the audio system via the ACS Link or CMD inputs on the ACC-25/50ZS.
Section 1: Product Description The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50DA Distributed Panel (ACC-25/50DA) and AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50DAZS Zone System Distributed Audio Panel (ACC25/50DAZS) are single channel, 25 watt, 25 VRMS, emergency voice evacuation panels which are designed to interface directly to the AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 (ACC-25/50) Series audio panels.
Product Description Product Features Primary applications for the audio panels include structures such as restaurants, schools, auditoriums, places of worship, buildings with occupancies over 50, etc. The ACC-25/50DA Distributed Audio Series is designed to interface directly to addressable or conventional fire alarm control panels or with the ACC-25/50 series audio control panels to distribute audio in systems that require more than 50 watts. 1.
Product Features Product Description • Optional FC-RM Remote Microphone (includes cabinet and FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module).
Product Description Product Features TB8 TB11 AC LOSS shield shield Specific Application Power 35 mA nonsupervised power-limited nonsupervised Input TriggerOUT IN All CMD inputs and Trouble Contact Closure are supervised supervised and power-limited and require a 4.
Product Features ! Product Description CAUTION: OBSERVE POLARITY MATCH PROPER POLARITY CONNECTIONS TO FIELD WIRING AND SPEAKERS. POLARITY SHOWN IS IN THE STANDBY AND ALARM CONDITIONS. Speaker Circuits are supervised and power-limited ELR Resistor required only for Style Y (Class B) circuits. 4.
Product Description Product Features ACC-ZSM and ACC-ZPM Modules for Distributed Audio with Zone Splitter Feature Only SW2 SW1 Select Single or Split Amplifier Configuration (shown set for Split Amplifier configuration) Select 4 Class A or 8 Class B Speaker Circuits (shown set for 8 Class B Circuits are supervised and Speaker Circuits) power-limited ELRs 4.
Specifications Product Description 1.2 Specifications AC Power - TB10 ACC-25/50DA & ACC-25/50DAZS:120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1.57 amp. Supervised, nonpower-limited circuit Wire size: minimum #14 AWG with 600 V insulation. AC Loss Relay - TB11 Operation: normally energized fail-safe relay transfers on AC power loss for independent monitoring by DACT. AC Loss relay contact rating: 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC (resistive), 0.
Product Description Specifications Backup Audio In - TB2, Terminals 1(+) & 2(-) [Out Terminals 3(+) & 4(-)] on Amplifier Module Operation: When TB2 is wired between the two amplifiers of a panel, the optional amplifier provides backup to the standard amplifier. Switch S1 on the backup amplifier must be 'ON' and jumpers placed from backup amplifier TB2 Terminal 3 to standard amplifier TB2 Terminal 1 and from backup amplifier TB2 Terminal 4 to standard amplifier TB2 Terminal 2.
Specifications Product Description End-of-Line Resistor required for Class B using Terminals 2(+) & 1(-): 4.7 K, ½ watt (P/N: 27072) Class A (no End-of-Line Resistor) requires the wiring of Terminal 2(+) and Terminal 1(-) to next Distributed Audio Panel Special Application Power (Aux. Power) - TB9 Terminals 1(+) & 2(-) Up to 35 mA @ 24 VDC special application power is available for powering addressable modules and associated End-of-Line power supervision relays. Output is unsupervised.
Product Description Indicators 1.3 Indicators 1.3.1 LEDs Located on Main Circuit Board: • Power ON (green) • AC Power (green) • Active (green) • System Trouble (yellow) • Tone Generator Trouble (yellow) • Battery Trouble (yellow) • Charger Trouble (yellow) • Ground Fault (yellow) 1.3.2 ACC-ZPM Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50DAZS Only) • ACC Comm (green LED) - indicates Communication is active on the serial link to the ACC25/50ZS. Off indicates no communication. 1.3.
Components Product Description Output Circuits • Specific Application Power Output, 35 mA @ 24 VDC. • Main circuit provides a 24 Volt Battery Charger (up to 18 AH batteries) @ 800 mA maximum. Master Command Bus • Normal Operating Voltage: 24 VDC regulated, filtered. Reverse Polarity Current 125 mA maximum. • Control bus from the ACC-25/50 Series or other UL listed compatible audio products.
Product Description Components Audio Amplifier Module [ACC-AAM25] A single Audio Amplifier Module is installed in the Distributed Audio Panel. The amplifier provides 25 watts of power at 25 VRMS. A second optional ACC-AAM25 can be installed as a backup to the primary or to expand speaker power to 50 watts. An optional module, P/N: FC-XRM70, converts the 25 VRMS output to 70.7 VRMS. One fully supervised and power-limited speaker circuit is provided on the amplifier module.
Optional Modules Product Description 1.6 Optional Modules ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier Module An optional second identical audio amplifier can be plugged into connector P2 located in the lower center of the main circuit board in the Distributed Audio Panel. This amplifier also provides 25 watts of power at 25 VRMS and can therefore be used to expand system power to 50 watts (providing dual 25 watt speaker circuits) or it can be used as a backup amplifier.
Product Description Getting Started 1.7.1 ACC-25/50 With ACC-25/50DA(s), System Requiring More Than 50 Watts of Audio Power • Connect the Audio Riser and Master Command Bus (for All-Call) cabling between the ACC25/50 and ACC-25/50DA panels. Refer to Section 5, 'Application Examples' on page 59. • Install backboxes and circuit boards as described in Section 3, 'Installation' on page 33.
Section 2: Field Programming The ACC-25/50DA can be field programmed using option DIP switches S1 and S2 located in the upper right side of the mother board. It is recommended that tone selection and background music options be reviewed and approved by the local AHJ. Programming DIP switches are also located on the ACC-ZPM Zone Page Module. DIP switches are also located on the optional Message Generator Module (FC-MGM).
Field Programming S1 DIP Switch Settings on Distributed Audio Motherboard 2.1 S1 DIP Switch Settings on Distributed Audio Motherboard The following tables list the ACC-25/50DA Series programmable features and the DIP switch settings required to select a particular feature. A detailed description of each feature is presented in the following pages.
S1 DIP Switch Settings on Distributed Audio Motherboard Field Programming The following table details which audio sources will be transmitted depending on the conditions stated above and the number of messages that can be recorded along with the duration of each message. S1 DIP Switch Settings for Switches: Message Length FC-MGM Audio Signal Control CMD13, 4 CMD2 CMD3 1, 2 7 8 CMD4 0 0 Tone Only5 (no message) Riser to AAM1& 2 Tone to AAM1 & 2 0 0 60 sec.
Field Programming S2 DIP Switch Settings on Distributed Audio Motherboard 2.2 S2 DIP Switch Settings on Distributed Audio Motherboard S2 DIP Switch ON OFF 1 not used 2 Only AC Loss Relay will transfer upon an AC loss condition. The CMD1 & Form-C Trouble Relays will track the AC Loss Relay and transfer upon an AC loss condition.
ACC-ZPM Zone Page Module Field Programming 2.4.2 S2 and S3 Addressing Rotary Switches Two addressing switches are located at the bottom right of the ACC-ZPM Zone Page Module. The switches are used to set the EIA-485 address of the ACC-ZPM to allow communication between it and the ACC-25/50ZS/T. This communication link allows the ACC-25/50ZS/T to control the speaker circuits.
Field Programming ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module 2.5 ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module Two switches on the ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module are used to configure the speaker circuits connected to it. SW1 - used to configure the circuits for split amplifier application. Setting the switch to the AAM 1 & 2 position directs the audio from Amplifier 1 to the first two Class A circuits or first four Class B circuits, and the audio from Amplifier 2 to the next two Class A circuits or next four Class B circuits.
Switch SW1 Settings on Optional FC-MGM Module Field Programming 2.7 Switch SW1 Settings on Optional FC-MGM Module SW1 - DIP Switch Settings Switch 1 set to ON fc-mgm.wmf fcmgmdip.wmf Switches 2 to 8 set to OFF Figure 2.5 Field Programming Switches on FC-MGM Module Custom messages can be recorded from four different audio sources: PC microphone PC line out Microphone (P/N:FC-MICROPHONE) RCA jack connected to an audio source NOTE: Only one of the four audio sources can be connected at one time.
Field Programming Switch SW1 Settings on Optional FC-MGM Module • Switch 6, 7 and 8 - used to determine the number of times the voice message will repeat. SWITCH 6 SWITCH 7 SWITCH 8 NUMBER OF TIMES TO REPEAT DIGITAL VOICE MESSAGE ON OFF OFF 3 OFF ON OFF 3 ON ON OFF 6 (factory default) OFF OFF ON 8 ON ON ON INFINITE (until FACP trigger is reset) Table 2.
Section 3: Installation The cabinet may be surface mounted. The door is removable during the installation period by opening and lifting it off the hinges. The cabinet mounts using two key slots at the top of the backbox and two additional 0.250" diameter holes located at the bottom. ACC-2550DA.wmf 3.1 Mounting Carefully unpack the system and check for shipping damage. Mount the cabinet in a clean, dry, vibrationfree area where extreme temperatures are not encountered.
Installation Backbox Installation 9. Draw wires through the respective knockout locations. Back of Box Top Right Side Left Side Back of Box Back of Box acc25enc.wmf Hinge Hinge Bottom Figure 3.
Backbox Installation Installation Backbox = 4.750" (12.07 cm) with Door = 4.8" (12.19 cm) Backbox = 4.218" 10.71 cm) with Door = 4.8" 12.19 cm) Backbox = 15.5" (39.37 cm) with Door = 15.78" (40.08 cm) acc25dacab.wmf Backbox = 26.0" (66.04 cm) with Door = 26.174 (66.48 cm) Figure 3.
Installation Backbox Installation 3.2.1 Transformer Installation ! 36 CAUTION: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE INSTALLING ANY MODULES OR CABLES, MAKE CERTAIN ALL POWER (AC AND DC) HAS BEEN REMOVED. 1. Locate four threaded mounting studs in the bottom left corner of the backbox (refer to backbox illustration below). 2. Position the Transformer Assembly with the top and bottom mounting brackets on the mounting studs, with cable assembly oriented to the top as illustrated below. 3.
Operating Power Installation P10 Connector Transformer P11 Connector - Battery AC Terminal TB10 AC25daxmnt.wmf Transformer Assembly Backbox Main Circuit Board Mounting Studs Transformer Mounting Studs acc25bkb.wmf Transformer Mounting Studs Figure 3.4 Installation of Power Supply Transformer 3.3 Operating Power ! CAUTION: DISCONNECT POWER SEVERAL DIFFERENT SOURCES OF POWER CAN BE CONNECTED TO THIS PANEL. DISCONNECT ALL SOURCES OF POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
Installation Operating Power connected to this circuit and it may not contain any power disconnect devices. A separate Earth Ground connection must be made to ensure proper panel operation and lightning and transient protection. Connect the Earth Ground wire (minimum 14 AWG) to one of the transformer mounting studs. Do not use conduit for the Earth Ground connection since this does not provide reliable protection. Secondary Power Source (Batteries) Observe polarity when connecting the batteries.
Auxiliary DC Power Output Connections Installation 3.4 Auxiliary DC Power Output Connections acc25datb9.wmf The Special Application Auxiliary DC power output (35 mA @ 24 VDC) is power-limited, nonrettable power suitable for powering control modules and End-of Line Power supervision relays. See the Device Compatibility Document for compatible devices. Figure 3.6 Auxiliary Power Connection 3.5 Input Circuits 3.5.
Installation Input Circuits 3.5.2 CMD Input Circuits The Distributed Audio Panel has five Command Input circuits, which are used to activate the panel amplifiers which, in turn, transmit an audio signal over the system speakers. All field wiring for the circuits is power-limited and supervised for opens and ground faults. Note that a ground fault is indicated when there is zero impedance to ground.
Output Circuits Installation Remote Power Supply or Battery Charger ac25datb12.wmf Normally Open Contacts 1 2 Figure 3.9 Trouble Contact Input Terminal 3.6 Output Circuits 3.6.1 Trouble Relay - TB1 TB1 Shown in energized, nontrouble condition 2550daacrl.wmf The main circuit board provides a Form-C Trouble relay, for independent monitoring, rated for 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC (resistive) and 0.6 amp @ 30 VAC (resistive). This relay is ‘fail safe’, meaning that it is normally energized.
Installation Output Circuits 3.6.3 Notification Appliance Circuit (Speakers) Each Amplifier Module provides one Notification Appliance Circuit for speakers. The circuit can be wired Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A). Each supervised and power-limited circuit is capable of 25 watts of power. The maximum total capacitance for each speaker circuit cannot exceed 250 uF. Refer to the Device Compatibility Document for a listing of compatible speakers.
Output Circuits Installation Ferrite Bead To Other ACC25/50DAZS Panels Located Down Stream Style Z (Class A) return from ACC-25/50DAZS ++ - ++- - Zone 1 Zone 13 Zone 2 Zone 14 Zone 3 Zone 15 Zone 4 Zone 16 Zone 5 Zone 17 Zone 6 Zone 18 Zone 7 Zone 19 Zone 8 Zone 20 Zone 9 Zone 21 Zone 10 Zone 22 Zone 11 Zone 23 Zone 12 Zone 24 ON ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S2 TENS ONES 23 S3 ACC-ZPMK ACC-25/50ZS S1 ACC-ZPM DIP Switch Setting - set for number of ACC-ZPMs connected (1 - 8) Refer to
Installation Output Circuits 3.6.5 ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module The ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module provides connections for four Style Z (Class A) or eight Style Y (Class B) speaker circuits. Circuits are configured by setting switch SW2 on the ACC-ZSM to the Class A or Class B position (refer to Section “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module” on page 30).
UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements Installation 3.7 UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements Power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must remain separated in the cabinet. All power-limited circuit wiring must remain at least 0.25" away from any nonpower-limited circuit wiring. Furthermore, all power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must enter and exit the cabinet through different knockouts and/or conduits.
Installation Installation of Option Modules 3.8 Installation of Option Modules 3.8.1 Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) The optional audio amplifier module is identical to the module provided with the factory standard panel configuration. It can be used to provide a second 25 watt speaker circuit, increasing the total Distributed Audio Panel power to 50 watts, or it can be used as a backup amplifier.
Installation of Option Modules 8. Installation Connect field wiring to newly installed amplifier. Figure 3.12 on page 42 for illustration of speaker connections if amplifier is being used to expand system power to 50 watts (i.e. providing dual 25 watt speaker circuits). Figure 5.3 on page 62 for illustration of connections if amplifier is being used as a backup.
Installation Installation of Option Modules Secure the FC-XRM70 Transformer Module(s) to the Audio Amplifier Module(s) with the supplied screws. ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier Module Install Standoff in Mounting hole (Step 2) Install standoff (Step 2) TB2 ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier Module Solder side Secure with screw (Step 2) BACK-UP ON Two Factory Installed Jumpers on P1 of Each Amplifier Module Must be Removed to Install the 70.
Installation of Option Modules Installation 3. Make certain the module is properly seated on the standoffs. 4. Secure the FC-MGM with the supplied screws. TB5 TB1 TROUBLE RELAY P6 P5 S5 ON 1 S1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 2 220 35v JP1 Install (Step 2 & 3) P2 P1 MESSAGE TROUBLE SW1 Standoffs (Step 1) 3 4 5 6 SPKR PLAYBACK P2 7 8 RECORD 6 2 220 35v PC MIC/LINE OUT J2 RCA J1 Standoffs (Step 1) SW3 SW4 MIC INPUT vxptomgm.
Installation Installation of Option Modules Distributed Audio Panel Main Circuit Board ac25da-lps.wmf Connect to P2 FC-MGM Module FC-LPS Speaker Figure 3.
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Section 4: Operating Instructions 4.1 Message Recording 4.1.1 Record Push Button (on optional FC-MGM Module) The switch labeled Record is used for recording a customized message. fcmgmrecrd.wmf FC-MGM DIP Switch SW1, switches 2 & 3 Record Bypass Switch SW2 in UP position FC-LPS for local playback For Recording, select from one of three sources Personal Computer Microphone Tape Deck Figure 4.
Playback Button Operating Instructions 6.
Operating Instructions Playback Button 2. Press the Playback button to automatically start message #1. Press the Playback button a second time to fast-forward to the 2nd message, a 3rd time for message #3, and a 4th time for message #4. 3. During Playback, the following will also occur: • The green LED on the Playback button will be illuminated. • The message will play until the end or until the Playback button is pressed to advance to the next message or terminate if it’s the last message.
Operation Operating Instructions 4.2.3 LEDs on Audio Amplifier Module Amp Supv - Supervision (Audio Amplifier Module) This green LED (one on each amplifier), when on steady, indicates that the amplifier is fully functional. The Distributed Audio Panel constantly tests the amplifier to verify proper operation.
Operating Instructions Operation 4.3.5 Trouble Condition Response All trouble conditions are fully supervised in standby and alarm unless otherwise noted and will cause the following to occur (note that response to AC loss will depend on the setting of S2 switch 2 as shown in Table 2.
Operation Operating Instructions Amplifier Fault • Both amplifiers are constantly monitored for proper functionality. Should either amplifier fail, the AMP SUPV LED will turn off and the Circuit Trouble LED will turn on. When the system is configured for backup, failure of the primary amplifier will cause the backup amplifier to be switched in.
Operating Instructions Operation Message Generator restoral (optional FC-MGM) • Turn off the Message Generator Trouble LED on the FC-MGM Amplifier restoral • The AMP SUPV LED will turn on and the Circuit Trouble LED will turn off. When the system is configured for backup, restoral of the primary amplifier will cause the backup amplifier to be switched out.
Section 5: Application Examples The ACC-25/50DA is a Distributed Audio Panel which can be used, with a variety of Fire Alarm Control Panels, to provide emergency audio messages. This chapter contains a few application examples and is not meant to provide a comprehensive list of all possible Distributed Audio Panel applications. Please refer to the appropriate application example when following the guidelines below for installation and setup of various audio system configurations.
Application Examples One Speaker Circuit 10. Record any new messages into the ACC-25/50ZS/T and the FC-MGM on the ACC-25/50DAZS if required. 11. Connect the ACC-25/50ZS/T to the FACP as described in the ACC-25/50ZS/T manual. 12. Faults on the ACC-25/50DAZS are uploaded to the ACC-25/50ZS/T via the Zone System Serial Link, processed, and then uploaded to the FACP via the ACS Link. 5.3 One Speaker Circuit The base configuration of the ACC-25/50DA utilizes a single 25 watt speaker circuit. 5.3.
One Speaker Circuit Application Examples 5.3.2 Dual Channel This application provides two channels of input audio that can be directed to the ACC-25/50DA speaker circuit. The FACP can control the CMD1 and CMD2 inputs on the ACC-25/50DA to route riser audio from the ACC-25/50 or select the ACC-25/50DA onboard tone generator or optional message generator (FC-MGM) to be routed to the speaker circuit.
Application Examples One Speaker Circuit With Backup 5.4 One Speaker Circuit With Backup Another application consists of one distributed audio panel with one amplifier and a single speaker circuit. A second amplifier can be installed as a backup if desired. This configuration is suitable for small area requiring no more than 25 watts of output power. Backup Amplifier switch S1 is set to the ‘Backup ON’ position.
One Speaker Circuit With Backup Application Examples 5.4.2 Dual Channel This application provides two channels of input audio that can be directed to the ACC-25/50DA speaker circuit. The FACP can control the CMD1 and CMD2 inputs on the ACC-25/50DA to route riser audio from the ACC-25/50 or select the ACC-25/50DA onboard tone generator or optional message generator (FC-MGM) to be routed to the speaker circuit.
Application Examples Two Speaker Circuits 5.5 Two Speaker Circuits 5.5.1 Single Channel In this application, single channel audio from the riser input is routed to both speaker circuits on the ACC-25/50DA. This is accomplished by using only the CMD1 input for activation. Host FACP NAC1 NAC2 25VRMS Audio Riser Out - ++ - MASTER CMD BUS Style Z alarm polarities shown for all circuits ACC-AAM25 ACC-25/50 Out to next Distributed Audio Panel accdapp71.wmf 4.
Two Speaker Circuits Application Examples 5.5.2 Dual Channel This application provides two channels of input audio that can be directed to both ACC-25/50DA speaker circuits. The FACP can control the CMD1 and CMD2 inputs on the ACC-25/50DA to route riser audio from the ACC-25/50 or select the ACC-25/50DA onboard tone generator or optional message generator (FC-MGM) to be routed to the speaker circuit.
Application Examples ACC-25/50DA High-Power, Multi-floor Application 5.
ACC-25/50 Series and ACC-25/50DA Installation Application Examples 5.7 ACC-25/50 Series and ACC-25/50DA Installation ACC-25/50 Series Connection to Multiple ACC-25/50DA Distributed Audio Panels (see Table 2.2 on page 27 for Message Control switch settings and ACC 25/50 Manual Doc. 51889). This application consists of one ACC-25/50 Series and two ACC-25/50DA panels, supplying 150 watts of output power.
Application Examples AUDIO ON/OFF FIRE MESSAGE FIRE ALERT MESSAGE TORNADO MESSAGE CHEM SPILL MESSAGE ALL CLEAR MESSAGE Note: Typical illustration of an addressable control panel and addressable control modules. Refer to the Command Input Specification in Section 1.2, 'Specifications' on page 17, for the voltage range. POWER ON SYSTEM TROUBLE MESSAGE TROUBLE GENERATOR TONE GENERATOR TROUBLE MICROPHONE TROUBLE RECORD PLAYBACK TROUBLE SILENCE acc25kyblnk.
16 Theater Cineplex Utilizing ACC-25/50ZS/T Application Examples 5.8 16 Theater Cineplex Utilizing ACC-25/50ZS/T In this application, the Fire Protection System consists of one ACC-25/50ZS/T with one ACC25/50DAZS, 16 zones and an addressable FACP. Each one of the 16 movie theaters is wired and assigned as a speaker circuit. The FACP is programmed for Software Zone 33 for Theater 1 through Software Zone 49 for Theater 16. Software Zone 32 is programmed to activate all speaker circuits (All-Call).
Application Examples Audio Command Center 24 Zone System 5.9 Audio Command Center 24 Zone System In this application, the Fire Protection System consists of one ACC-25/50ZS/T panel with two ACC-25/50DAZS panels, 24 zones and an FACP. Automatic control by the FACP is provided through the ANN-BUS or ACS link to the ACC-25/50ZS/T. Manual control is possible via the keypad in the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
Audio Command Center 24 Zone System Application Examples 4.75 K, 1 W 4.
Section 6: Power Supply Calculations 6.1 Overview This section contains instructions and tables for calculating power supply currents in alarm and standby conditions. This is a four-step process, consisting of the following: 1. Calculating the total amount of AC branch circuit current required to operate the system 2. Calculating the power supply load current for non-fire and fire alarm conditions and calculating the secondary (battery) load 3.
Calculating the System Current Draw Power Supply Calculations 6.3.2 How to use Table 6.2 to calculate system current draws 1. Enter the quantity of devices in both columns. 2. Enter the DC current draw where required. Refer to the Device Compatibility Document for compatible devices and their current draw. 3. Calculate the current draws for each in both columns. 4. Sum the total current for each column. 5. Copy the totals from Column 1 and Column 2 to Table 6.3 on page 74.
Power Supply Calculations Calculating the Battery Size 6.4 Calculating the Battery Size Use Table 6.3 to calculate the total Standby and Alarm load in ampere hours (AH). This total load determines the battery size (in AH), required to support the ACC-25/50DA under the loss of AC power. Complete Table 6.3 as follows: 1. Enter the totals from Table 6.2 on page 73 Calculation Columns 1 and 2 where shown. 2. Enter the NFPA Standby and Alarm times (refer to Section 6.4.1, 'NFPA Battery Requirements'). 3.
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Appendix A: Digital Voice Messages The ACC-25/50DA FC-MGM module provides a 60 second record time which allows for a single fire message of 60 seconds length, two 30 second messages, three 20 second messages or four 15 second messages, which may be field programmed. Refer to Section 4.1.1, 'Record Push Button (on optional FC-MGM Module)' on page 52. The FC-MGM is provided with a factory recorded single ‘primary’ message which can be changed in the field.
Appendix B: Addressable Module Connections When configured with an addressable FACP such as the MS-9200UDLS, MS-9600(UD)LS, MS9200UD, MS-9200C(E), or MS-9600, the ACC-25/50DA may be triggered either by an FACP main NAC output or from addressable control modules. Figure B.1 illustrates CMD1 triggered by an addressable control module. The addressable control module may trigger the ACC-25/50DA via reverse polarity (shown) or relay contact.
Appendix C: Wiring Requirements Connecting external system accessories to the ACC-25/50DA main circuits must be carefully considered to ensure proper operation. It is important to use the correct type of wire, wire gauge and wire run length per each circuit. Refer to the following table to specify wire requirements and limitations.
Index A AC branch circuit calculation 72 AC Loss Relay 12, 14, 17, 21, 41 Contact Rating 21, 41 AC Loss Response 56 AC Power 17 see also Power On 54 see also Primary Power 37 wiring 37 ACC 67 ACC-25/50 see also voice evacuation panel 11 ACC-25/50DA see also Audio•Command•Center•25/ 50DA 11 ACC-25/50ZS Modules 16 ACC-25/50ZS/T 16 ACC-AAM25 17, 22, 23 Installation 46 see also Audio Amplifier 11 ACC-ZPM 21 installation 42 programming 25, 28 see also Zone Page Module 18 ACC-ZPM specification 18 ACC-ZPMK LEDs 57
D–L Index Chime Tone 12 Circuit 20 Nonpower-limited 45 power-limited 45 Circuit Trouble LED 20, 55 Class A 22 Class B 22 CMD 40 see also Command Input Circuit CMD Activation Contact Closure 40 NAC Polarity Reversal 40 CMD1 20, 40, 56 see also Command Input Circuit CMD2 20, 40, 56 see also Command Input Circuit CMD3 20, 40, 56 see also Command Input Circuit CMD4 20, 40, 56 see also Command Input Circuit CMD5 20, 40, 56 see also Command Input Circuit Command Input Circuit 12, 17, 40 Contact Closure Current
Index M–S Power On 20 Remote Microphone Trouble 54 System Trouble 20 Tone Generator Trouble 20 Local Playback Speaker 13, 21, 23 Local Playback Speaker Module 49 M Main Circuit Board 21 Master CMD Out 18 current 18 Operating Voltage 18 Short Circuit Current 18 Master Command Bus 39 End-of-Line Resistor 39 Master Command Bus Output 21 current 21 voltage 21 message playback 53 primary and backup 48 recording 52 repeat 54 Message Generator Module 48 Message Generator Trouble Response 56 message playback 53
T–Z Index Selecting 74 single speaker circuit with backup 62 Slow-Whoop Tone 12 Speaker Circuit 12, 18, 42 End-of-Line Resistor 4.
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