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1951J Series
Intelligent Plug-In Ionization
Smoke Detector with FlashScan
General
1951J Series intelligent plug-in ion detectors with integral communication has features that surpass conventional detectors.
Detector sensitivity can be programmed in the control panel
software. Sensitivity is continuously monitored and reported to
the panel. Point ID capability allows each detectors address to
be set with decade address switches, providing exact detector
locations for selective maintenance when chamber contamination reaches an unacceptable level.
The 1951J Series ionization detector incorporates a unique single-source, dual-chamber design to respond quickly and
dependably to a broad range of fires. 1951J Series detectors
are compatible with Johnson Controls intelligent Fire Alarm
Control Panels (FACPs).
FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol that greatly improves the speed of communication between
analog intelligent devices and certain systems. Intelligent
devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the devices
within the group has new information, the panels CPU stops the
group poll and concentrates on single points. The net effect is
response speed greater than five times that of other protocols.

1951J Series
with B7210LPJ base

Features

Sleek, low-profile design.


Addressable-analog communication.
Stable communication technique with noise immunity.
Low standby current.
Two-wire SLC connection.
Compatible with FlashScan and CLIP systems
Direct-dial entry of address 01 159 for FlashScan loops, 01
99 for CLIP mode loops
Optional remote, single-gang LED accessory (RA400Z).
Dual LED design provides 360 viewing angle.
Visible bicolor LEDs blink green every time the detector is
addressed, and illuminate steady red on alarm.
Remote test feature from the panel.
Walk test with address display (an address of 121 will blink
the detector LED: 12-(pause)-1) (FlashScan systems only).
Built-in functional test switch activated by external magnet.
Built-in tamper-resistant feature.
Sealed against back pressure.
Constructed of off-white Bayblend, designed to commercial
standards, and offers an attractive appearance.
94-5V plastic flammability rating.
SEMS screws for wiring of the separate base.
Optional relay, isolator, or sounder bases.
Listed to UL 268, ULC CAN/ULC-S529 (1951JA).

Specifications
Size: 2.0" (51 mm) high x 4.1" (10.4 cm) diameter installed in
B501 base, 6.1" (15.5 cm) diameter installed in B710LP base.
Shipping Weight: 5.4 oz. (153 g).
Operating Temperature: 0C to 49C (32F to 120F).

UL/ULC-Listed Velocity Range: ION: 0 1200 ft./min. (365.76


m/min.).
Relative Humidity: 10% 93% noncondensing.

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage Range: 15 - 32 volts DC peak.
Standby Current (max. avg.): 300 A
LED Current (max.): 6.5 mA @ 24 VDC (ON).

Installation
1951J Series plug-in detectors use a separate base to simplify
installation, service, and maintenance. A special tool allows
maintenance personnel to plug in and remove detectors without
using a ladder.
Mount base on an electrical backbox which is at least 1.5" (3.81
cm) deep. Suitable mounting base boxes include:

4.0" (10.16 cm) square box.


3.5" (8.89 cm) or 4.0" (10.16 cm) octagonal box.
Single-gang box (except relay or isolator base).
With B501BH-2 or B501BHT-2 base, use a 4.0" (10.16 cm)
square box.
With B224RB or B224BI base, use a 3.5" (8.89 cm) octagonal box, or a 4.0" (10.16 cm) octagonal or square box.
NOTES: 1) Because of the inherent supervision provided by the
SLC loop, end-of-line resistors are not required. Wiring T-taps or
branches are permitted for Style 4 (Class B) wiring. 2) When
using relay or sounder bases, consult install sheet JCI-60114
(M500XJ) for device limitations between isolator modules and isolator bases

Agency Listings and Approvals


These listings and approvals apply to the modules specified in
this document. In some cases, certain modules or applications

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may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may be


in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL Listed: S1948
ULC Listed: CS308 (1951JA)
CSFM: 7271-0554:147
MEA: 321-02-E Vol. VIII
Maryland State Fire Marshal: Permit #2153
FM Approved

Product Line Information


NOTE:

A suffix indicates ULC Listed model.

1951J: Low-profile intelligent ionization sensor. Must be


mounted to one of the bases listed below.
1951JA: Same as above but with ULC Listing.

INTELLIGENT BASES
B501J: Flangeless mounting base.
B501JA: Flangeless mounting base, ULC Listed.
B501JBP: Flangeless mounting base, ULC Listed.
B210LPJ: Flanged mounting base.
B210LPJA: Flanged mounting base, ULC Listed.
B210LPJBP: Flanged mounting base.
B501BH-2: Plug-in System Sensor standard sounder detec-tor
base, steady tone. Includes B501J base.
B501BHT-2: Plug-in System Sensor temporal tone sounder
base.
B501BHA: Plug-in System Sensor standard sounder detec-tor
base, steady tone, with ULC Listing. Includes B501J base.
B501BHTA: Plug-in System Sensor temporal tone sounder
base, with ULC listing.
B224RB: Relay base.
B224RBA: Relay base, ULC Listed.
B224BI: Isolator base.
B224BIA: Isolator base, ULC Listed.

ACCESSORIES
F110: Retrofit replacement flange for older style base. Converts
older high profile base for use with FlashScan detectors.
RA400Z(A): Remote LED annunciator. 3 32 VDC. Fits U.S.
single-gang electrical box. Supported by B710LP and B501J(A)
base bases only.
SMK400E: Surface mounting kit provides for entry of surface
wiring conduit. For use with B501J(A) base only.
RMK400(A): Recessed mounting kit. For use with B501J(A)
base only.
SMB600-C: Surface mounting kit for use with B710LP.
BCK-200B: Black detector covers, box of 10.
M02-04-00: Test magnet.
M02-09-00: Test magnet with telescope stick.
XR2B: Detector removal tool. Allows installation and/or removal
of FlashScan Series detector heads from base in high ceiling
installations.
T55-127-010: Detector removal tool without pole.
XP-4: Extension pole for XR2B. Comes in three 5-ft. sections.

FlashScan is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


Bayblend is a registered trademark of Bayer Corporation.
2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly
prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.
507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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jci-6935:B1

2951J(A) and 2951TJ(A)


Intelligent Plug-In Photoelectric
Smoke Detector with FlashScan

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General
Johnson Controls intelligent plug-in smoke detectors with integral communication provide features that surpass conventional
detectors. Detector sensitivity can be programmed in the control panel software. Sensitivity is continuously monitored and
reported to the panel. Point ID capability allows each detectors address to be set with decade address switches, providing exact detector location for selective maintenance when
chamber contamination reaches an unacceptable level. The
2951J photoelectric detectors unique optical sensing chamber
is engineered to sense smoke produced by a wide range of
combustion sources. Dual electronic thermistors add 135F
(57C) fixed-temperature thermal sensing on the 2951TJ.
2951J and 2951TJ detectors are compatible with the IFC2640, IFC-320, and IFC2-3030(FACP).

2951J with B210LPJ base


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FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol that greatly increases the speed of communication
between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the devices in the
group has new information, the panels CPU stops the group
poll and concentrates on single points. The net effect is
response speed greater than five times that of earlier designs.

2951TJwith B210LPJ base

Features

Sleek, low-profile design.


Addressable-analog communication.
Stable communication technique with noise immunity.
Low standby current.
Two-wire SLC connection.
FlashScan (IFC-320, IFC2-640, IFC-3030, IFC2-3030) and
classic CLIP systems compatible.
Rotary, decimal addressing (1-99 on CLIP systems, 1-159
on FlashScan systems).
Optional remote, single-gang LED accessory.
Dual LED design provides 360 viewing angle.
Visible bi-color LEDs blink green every time the detector is
addressed, and illuminate steady red on alarm (FlashScan
systems only).
Remote test feature from the panel.
Walk test with address display (an address on 121 will blink
the detector LED: 12-[pause]-1(FlashScan systems only).
Built-in functional test switch activated by external magnet.
Built-in tamper-resistant feature.
Sealed against back pressure.
Constructed of off-white Bayblend, designed to commercial standards, and offers an attractive appearance.
94-5V plastic flammability rating.
SEMS screws for wiring of the separate base.
Optional relay, isolator, and sounder bases.

Specifications
Size: 2.1 (5.3cm) high x 4.1 (10.4cm) diameter installed in
B501 base, 6.1 (15.5cm) diameter installed in B210LPJbase.
Shipping Weight: 5.2oz. (147g).
Operating Temperature: 2951J, 0C to 49C (32F to
120F); 2951TJ, 0C to 38C (32F to 100F). Low temperature signal for 2951TJ at 45F +/- 10F (7.22C +/- 5.54C).
Operating Altitude: to 10,000 feet.
UL/ULC Listed Velocity Range: 0-4000 ft/min. (1219.2 m/
min.), suitable for installation in ducts.
Relative Humidity: 10%-93% noncondensing.
Thermal Ratings: Fixed-temperature setpoint 135F (57C).

DETECTOR SPACING AND APPLICATIONS


Johnson Controls recommends spacing detectors in
compliance with NFPA 72. In low airflow applications with
smooth ceiling, space detectors 30 feet (9.144m) for ceiling
heights 10 feet (3.148m) and higher. For specific information
regarding detector spacing, placement, and special
applications refer to NFPA 72. System Smoke Detector
Application Guide, document A05-1003, is available at
systemsensor.com

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage Range: 15-32 volts DC peak.
Standby Current (max. avg.): 300A @ 24VDC (one communication every five seconds with LED enabled).
LED Current (max.): 6.5mA @ 24VDC (ON).

BASES AVAILABLE
NOTE:

A suffix indicates ULC Listed model.


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B210LPJ(A): 6.1 (15.5cm) diameter.

Product Line Information

B501J(A): 4.1 (10.4cm) diameter.

NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC listed model.

B501BH-2(A) or B501BHT-2(A): Sounder base assembly.


Includes B501 base.

2951J(A):Low-profile intelligent photoelectric sensor. Must be


mounted to one of the bases listed below.

B224RB(A) Relay Base: Screw Terminals, up to 14AWG


(2.0mm2); Relay Type, Form-C; Rating, 2.0A @ 30VDC resistive, 0.3A @ 110VDC inductive, 1.0A @ 30VDC inductive;
Dimensions, 6.2 (15.748cm) x 1.2 (3.048cm) x 1.2
(3.048cm).

2951TJ(A):Same as 2951J but includes a built-in 135F


(57C) fixed-temperature thermal device.

B224BI(A) Isolator Base: Dimensions, 6.2 (15.748cm) x 1.2


(3.048cm) x 1.2 (3.048cm); Maximum, 25 devices between
isolator bases.

B210LPJ:Standard U.S. low-profile base, pkg. of 10.

Installation

:B501JA:Standard European flangeless base, ULC listing.

2951J plug-in detectors use a separate base to simplify installation, service, and maintenance. A special tool allows maintenance personnel to plug in and remove detectors without using
a ladder.

B501BH-2(A):Sounder base, includes B501(A) base.

Mount base on an electrical backbox which is at least 1.5


(3.81cm) deep. Suitable mounting base boxes include:

4.0 (10.16cm) square box.


3.5 (8.89cm) or 4.0 (10.16cm) octagonal box.
Single-gang box (except relay or isolator base).
With B501BH-2 or B501BHT-2 base, use a 4.0 (10.16cm)
square box.
With B224RB or B224BI base, use a 3.5 (8.89cm) octagonal box, or a 4.0 (10.16cm) octagonal or square box.
NOTE: 1) Because of inherent supervision provided by the SLC
loop, end-of-line resistors are not required. Wiring T-taps or
branches are permitted for style 4 (Class B) wiring. 2) When
using relay or sounder bases, consult data sheet (M500XJ) for
device limitations between isolator modules and isolator bases.

BASES
B710LP: Standard U.S. low-profile base.

:B210LPJA:Standard U.S. low-profile base, ULC listing.


B501J:Standard European flangeless base, pkg. of 10.

B501BHT-2(A):Same as B501BH-2(A), but includes temporal


sounder.
B224RB(A):Intelligent relay base.
B224BI(A):Intelligent isolator base. Isolates SLC from loop
shorts.

ACCESSORIES
F110:Retrofit replacement flange for older style bases. Converts older high profile base for use with FlashScan detectors.
RA400Z:Remote LED annunciator. 3-32VDC. Fits U.S. single-gang electrical box. Supported by B210LPJ(A) and
B501J(A) bases only.
SMK400E:Surface mounting kit provides for entry of surface
wiring conduit. For use with B501J(A) base only.
RMK400:Recessed mounting kit. For use with B501J(A) base
only.
SMB600:Surface mounting kit for use with B210LPJ(A).

Agency Listings and Approvals


These listings and approvals apply to the modules specified in
this document. In some cases, certain modules or applications
may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may
be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL Listed: S1948
ULC Listed: S24130
MEA Listed: 225-02-E Vol. 8
FM Approved
CSFM: 7272-0554:145
Maryland State Fire Marshal: Permit # 2136

BCK-200B:Black detector covers, box of 10. For use with


2951J only.
M02-04-00:Test magnet.
M02-09-00:Test magnet with telescope stick.
XR2B:Detector removal tool. Allows installation and/or
removal of FlashScan Series detector heads from base in high
ceiling installations.
T55-127-010:Detector removal tool without pole.
XP-4:Extension pole for XR2B. Comes in three 5-ft. sections.

FlashScan is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. Bayblend is a registered trademark of Bayer Corporation.
2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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2951J-COPTIR
Advanced Multi-Criteria Detector
with four unique sensing elements
General
This latest addition to the Advanced Detection line combines
four complementary technologies into one device to convey
accurate fire sensing information for locations where absolute
certainty is required.
It is designed for use with Johnson Controls intelligent fire
alarm control panels (FACPs).

Unique ability to detect all four major elements of a fire


Highest nuisance alarm immunity
Advanced algorithms interpret and respond to the multiple
inputs
Six levels of sensitivity
CO sensing for fastest response to slow developing, smoldering fires
Fully integrated infrared sensing to support the fire alarm
decision
Automatic drift compensation of smoke sensor and CO cell
Superior EMI protection
Twin LED indicators providing 360 visibility
LEDs can be panel controlled to blink, latch on, latch off
Built-in test switch
This plug-in fire detector combines four separate sensing elements in one unit:
1. Electrochemical cell technology that monitors carbon
monoxide (CO) produced by smoldering fires
2. Infrared (IR) sensing that measures ambient light levels
and flame signatures
3. Photo-electric smoke detection
4. Thermal detection for temperature monitoring
The integration of continual monitoring for all four major elements of a fire leads to a detector that responds more quickly
to an actual fire with the highest immunity to nuisances. This
advanced multi-criteria detector operates at a high immunity
level, changing to become very sensitive to identify those that
should be ignored, reducing false alarms.
Its on-board intelligence runs advanced algorithms that
dynamically adjust detection parameters to respond to the
inputs from the sensors, enabling instant response as ambient
conditions change.
The program changes sensor thresholds, sensor gain, time,
delays, combinations, sampling rates, and averaging rates. If
any sensor fails, the detector automatically adjusts the sensitivity of the remaining sensors. It also recognizes a fault condition.
The CO cell has an expected lifetime of approximately six
years. It is not a field replaceable component. An internal
timer signals the control panel to indicate the approach of the
CO cells end of life. Upon expiration, you should contact the
system supplier to arrange for replacement of the unit. Detection is not compromised when the CO cell expires. The algorithms automatically adjust to properly weight the inputs from
the photo-electric, heat, and IR sensors.

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Features

NOTE: The CO cell is specifically deployed as a component of


smoke detection in this device. This device is not listed for applications in which standalone CO detection is required for life safety.

The IR light sensor recognizes specific situations such as


welding and makes adjustments rapidly to further reduce the
potential for nuisance alarms. The thermal detection function
uses thermistor technology with a software-corrected linear
temperature response to offer exceptional nuisance alarm
immunity and excellent fire detection.

Product Line Information


2951J-COPTIR: Advanced Multi-Criteria Detector
Accessories
B501J: Flangeless mounting base. 4.1 (10.4 cm) diameter
B501JA: Flangeless mounting base, ULC Listed.
B501JBP: Flangeless mounting base, ULC Listed.
B210LPJ: Flanged mounting base. 6.1 (15.5 cm) diameter.
B210LPJA: Flanged mounting base, ULC Listed.
B210LPJBP: Flanged mounting base.
B501BH-2: Plug-in System Sensor standard sounder detec-tor
base, steady tone. Includes B501J base.
B501BHT-2: Plug-in System Sensor temporal tone sounder
base.
B501BHA: Plug-in System Sensor standard sounder detec-tor
base, steady tone, with ULC Listing. Includes B501J base.
B501BHTA: Plug-in System Sensor temporal tone sounder
base, with ULC listing.
B224RB: Relay base Screw terminals: up to 14 AWG (2.0
mm). Relay type: Form-C. Rating: 2.0 A @ 30 VDC resistive;

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0.3 A @ 110 VDC inductive; 1.0 A @ 30 VDC inductive.


Dimensions: 6.2" (15.748 cm) x 1.2" (3.048 cm)..
B224RBA: Relay base, ULC Listed.
B224BI: Isolator base. Dimensions: 6.2" (15.748 cm) x 1.2"
(3.048 cm). Maximum: 25 devices between isolator bases.
B224BIA: Isolator base, ULC Listed.

UL Listed: S1948
FM Approved
CSFM: 7272-0554-159

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Listings and Approvals

4.0"
(10.16 cm)

2.4"
(6.096 cm)

Specifications
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Size: H : 2.4" (6.1 cm), Diam : 4.0" (10.16 cm)

2951J-COPTIR
Advanced Multi-Criteria Detector

Shipping Weight: 4.6 ounces


Color: Ivory
Operating Humidity Range: 10 to 93% relative humidity
(non-condensing)
Application Temperature Range: 32F to 100F (0C to
38C)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage Range: 15 to 32VDC
Maximum Standby Current: 200A at 24VDC (no communications)
Maximum Alarm Current (LED on): 7mA at 24VDC

SENSITIVITY SETTINGS & SUGGESTED APPLICATION


Level 1: 1% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Very clean environments - Laboratories.
Level 2: 2% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Clean environments - Offices.
Level 3: 3% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Moderately clean
environments - Hotel Room, Dorm Room.
Level 4: 3% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke with different algorithm processing and weighting of sensor elements. Hotel
rooms near a shower, Boiler Rooms.
Level 5: 4% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Equipment rooms,
Kitchens, Paint Shops.
Level 6: Thermal alarm at 135F (57C).
NOTE: Once the CO cell has reached the end of life, any device
set to Level 3 or Level 4 will default to Level 5 and Level 5 will drop
to 3%. The following sensitivities apply to devices with expired CO
cells:

Level 1: 1% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Very clean environments - Laboratories.
Level 2: 2% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Clean environments - Offices.
Level 5: 3% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Moderately clean
environments - Hotel Room, Dorm Room.
Level 6: Thermal alarm at 135F (57C).

FlashScan is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly
prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.
507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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JCI-6883:B

AMPS-24/E
Power Supply
for the IFC-3030, IFC2-3030 and JNCA-2
General
The AMPS-24/E is an addressable power supply and battery
charger with up to three 24 VDC outputs. It operates in either
FlashScan or CLIP (Classic Loop Interface Protocol) mode
with the IFC-3030/IFC2-3030 Fire Alarm Control Panel
(FACP). It can also be used as the primary power supply for
the JNCA-2 Network Control Annunciator.

Features
Addressable by IFC-3030/IFC2-3030 FACP.
Selectable charging current charges 7 AH to 200 AH batteries.
Isolated Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) interface.
Trouble bus input for use with normally-open dry contacts or
open-collector circuit.
USB Type B connector for programming installation parameters.
Brownout detection.
Battery/battery charger supervision.
Secondary Power Auxiliary Outputs: 24V @ 0.5A and 5V @
0.15A.
AC loss detection and AC loss delay reporting.
Mounts in a CAB-4 Series enclosure, EQ Cabinet Series
enclosure, BB-25, BB-100, or BB-200 Battery Backbox.

Specifications
Primary (AC) power:
AMPS24: 110-120 VAC 50/60 Hz input, 5 A maximum;
AMPS24E: 220-240 VAC 50/60 Hz input, 2.5 A maximum.
MAIN 24V Output - filtered power-limited power. Refer to
table for configuration/current information.
Charger Setting/
Battery Size

Main 24V (TB 1 on


Main Control Unit)
Max. Current

*Total AUX 24V (TB3 on Main


Control Unit with TB2 on CPS24) Max. Current

1A/7-26AH Batteries

5A

3A

2A/12-60AH Batteries

5A

3A

5A/55-200AH
Configuration 1
Configuration 2

5A
3A

0A
1A

5A

5A

Disabled

* Maximum current for all AUX 24 volt outputs. Note that TB2 on CPS-24 is

Agency Listings and Approvals


These listings and approvals apply to the AMPS-24 power
supply. In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by
certain approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL: S1570
ULC: ML118
City of Chicago
City of Denver (IFC2-3030)
MEA: 345-02-E Vol.II
CSFM: 7165-0554:149
FM: Approved

Product Line Information


AMPS-24: Addressable power supply/battery charger
AMPS-24E: Same as AMPS-24: 220-240VAC operation

limited to 0.5A.

AUX 24V - provides filtered power-limited power for additional components. Refer to table above for configuration/
current information.
Secondary power (battery) charging circuit: Current-limited,
sealed lead-acid battery charger which will charge 7 to 200
AH batteries.
Selectable charging current: 1.0 A, 2.0 A or 5.0 A.
Secondary power auxiliary outputs.
Wire sizes: 10 AWG (5.26 mm) to 22 AWG (0.326 mm).
Battery fuse (F2): 15 A, fast-acting.
Shipping Weight: 4.25 lb

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FlashScan is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2009 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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JCI-6933:A

BAT Series Batteries


Sealed Lead-Acid or Gell Cell
Power Supplies

General
BAT Series Batteries feature a new part-numbering/listing system providing an improved method of delivery for Johnson
Controls-approved sealed lead-acid batteries for all your fire
alarm system needs. Multiple brands of batteries are now
offered under generic part numbers, reducing backorder situations and permitting us to deliver these products in a more
timely fashion. Johnson Controls has approved the multiple
brands listed below as possible product shipped for a given part
number. Please note that any incoming orders for PS Series
batteries will be converted to the equivalent BAT Series part
numbers.

Features

Provide secondary power for control panels.


Sealed and maintenance-free.
Overcharge protected.
Easy handling with leakproof construction.
Ruggedly constructed, high-impact case (ABS, polystyrene,
or polypropylene, depending on models).
Long service life.
Compact design.

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Agency Listings and Approvals


The listings and approvals below apply to BAT Series Batteries.
In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory
for latest listing status.
UL Recognized Components: files MH19884 (B & B Battery), MH20727 (UPG, previously Jolt), MH20845 (PowerSonic).

Part Number Reference


PREVIOUS
Part Number

CURRENT
Part Number

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ALTERNATES APPROVED:
manufacturers and P/Ns
shipped under BAT P/Ns

BATTERY
DESCRIPTION

PS-612

Discontinued N/A

N/A

PS-695

Discontinued N/A.

N/A

PS-1242

BAT-1250 12 V, 5 AH, sealed.

BP5-12 (B&B Battery); PS-1250 (Power-Sonic);


SA1250 (Jolt) to be replaced with UB1250 (UPG).

PS-1250

BAT-1250 12 V, 5 AH, sealed.

BP5-12 (B&B Battery); PS-1250 (Power-Sonic);


SA1250 (Jolt) to be replaced with UB1250 (UPG).

PS-1270

BAT-1270 12 V, 7 AH, sealed.

BP7-12 (B&B Battery); PS-1270 (Power-Sonic);


SA1272 (Jolt) to be replaced with UB1270 (UPG).

PS-12120

BAT-12120 12 V, 12 AH, sealed.

BP12-12 (B&B Battery); PS-12120 (Power-Sonic);


SA12120 (Jolt) to be replaced with UB12120 (UPG).

PS-12170

BAT-12180 12 V, 18 AH, sealed.

PS-12180 (Power-Sonic); SA12180 (Jolt) to be replaced


with UB12180 (UPG).

PS-12180

BAT-12180 12 V, 18 AH, sealed.

PS-12180 (Power-Sonic); SA12180 (Jolt) to be replaced


with UB12180 (UPG).

PS-12250

BAT-12260 12 V, 26 AH, sealed.

BP26-12 (B&B Battery); PS-12260 (Power-Sonic);


SA12260 (Jolt) to be replaced with UB12260 (UPG).

PS-12550

BAT-12550 12 V, 55 AH, sealed.

PS-12550 (Power-Sonic); XSA12550 (Jolt) to be


replaced with UB12550 (UPG).

PS-12600

BAT-12550 12 V, 55 AH, sealed.

PS-12550 (Power-Sonic); XSA12550 (Jolt) to be


replaced with UB12550 (UPG).

PS-12750

Discontinued N/A

N/A

PS-121000 BAT-121000 12 V, 100 AH, gell cell.

PS-121000 (Power-Sonic); XSA121000A (Jolt) to be


replaced with UB121000 (UPG).

JCI-6933:A 12/29/06 Page 1 of 10

POWER-SONIC

MODEL

1109t1.tbl

Nominal Discharge
Capacity
Current
Nominal
@
@
Voltage 20 hr. rate 20 hr. rate
V
A.H.
mA

DIMENSIONS
Width

Depth

Height

Height over
terminal

Weight

in.

mm.

in.

mm.

in.

mm.

in.

mm.

lbs.

kg.

PS-1250

12

5.0

250

3.54

90

2.76

70

4.02

102

4.21

107

4.1

1.9

PS-1270

12

7.0

325

5.94

151

2.56

65

3.70

94

3.86

98

5.7

2.6

PS-12120

12

12

600

5.94

151

3.86

98

3.70

94

3.86

98

8.8

4.0

PS-12180

12

18

875

7.13

181

2.99

76

6.57

167

6.57

167

12.8

5.8

PS-12250

12

25

1300

6.89

175

6.54

166

4.92

125

4.92

125

18.7

8.5

PS-12550

12

55

3000

10.25

260

6.60

168

8.20

208

9.45

240

39.7

18.0

PS-121000

12

100

5000

12.00

305

6.60

168

8.20

208

9.45

240

65.7

29.8

Effect of Temperature on Capacity

1109grf2.wmf

1109grf1.tif

Characteristic Discharge Curves

1109grf3.wmf

at left:
PS-121000
Shelf-Life
and Storage

1109grf4.wmf

at left:
PS-1210000
Discharge
Characteristics

Page 2 of 10 JCI-6933:A 12/29/06

B & B BATTERY
Terminal
Nominal Capacity (AH)
Model

Standard
20 hr

10 hr

5 hr

Dimensions

Weight

1 hr

kg

lbs

Type

Pos.

Optional
Type

Pos.

L
mm

W
in

mm

TH

in

mm

in

mm

in

BP5-12

12

5.00

4.75

4.25

3.00

1.86 4.10

T1

T2

90

3.54

70

2.76

102

4.02

106

4.17

BP7-12

12

7.00

6.65

5.95

4.20

2.60 5.73

T2

T1

151

5.94

65

2.56

93

3.66

98

3.86

BP12-12

12

12.00

11.40

10.20

7.20

4.03 8.89

B1

T1

151

5.94

98

3.86

94

3.70

98

3.86

BP26-12

12

26.00

24.70

22.10

15.60

9.40 20.73

B1

T2.I1

175

6.89

166

6.54

125

4.92

125

4.92

Charging Procedure
Application

For standby
power source
For cycle
service

6933bbch.tbl

Charging method

Constant voltage and


constant current
charging (with current
restriction)

Charging
voltage at
20C (V/cell)

Temperature
compensation
coefficient of
charging voltage
(mV/C/cell)

Maximum
charging
current
(CA)

2.25 ~ 2.30

2.40 ~ 2.50

Charging time 0.1 CA,


20C (h)
100%
discharge

50%
discharge

0.3

24

20

0.3

16

10

Temp (C)

0 ~ 40C
(32~ 104F)

Temperature compensation of charging voltage is not needed when using the batteries within 5C to 35C range.

Discharge Time: for Model BP5-12

5 min

10 min 15 min 30 min

1 hr

3 hr

5 hr

10 hr

20 hr

Battery Output Power (W): for Model BP5-12

10.80 V

180.8

133.1

106.6

63.5

36.39

14.57

10.05

5.62

2.94

10.50 V

209.2

10.20 V

222.3

144.2

111.5

65.9

37.48

14.87

10.20

5.70

3.00

149.4

115.0

67.4

38.16

15.00

10.26

5.73

3.01

9.90 V

232.3

9.60 V

240.0

152.9

117.6

68.3

38.61

15.10

10.29

5.75

3.02

156.0

120.0

69.0

39.00

15.20

10.32

5.75

3.02

10 hr

20 hr

Constant Power Discharge


Characteristics at 25C/77F

for BP5-12
6933bb05.tbl

Final
Voltage

Discharge Time: for Model BP7-12

5 min

10 min 15 min 30 min

1 hr

3 hr

5 hr

Battery Output Power (W): for Model BP7-12

10.80 V

253.1

186.3

149.3

88.8

50.95

20.40

14.07

7.86

4.11

10.50 V

292.9

201.8

156.2

92.2

52.47

20.81

14.28

7.98

4.20

10.20 V

311.2

209.1

161.0

94.3

53.42

21.00

14.36

8.02

4.22

9.90 V

325.2

214.1

164.7

95.6

54.06

21.15

14.41

8.04

4.23

9.60 V

336.0

218.4

168.0

96.6

54.60

21.27

14.45

8.04

4.23

10 hr

20 hr

13.48

7.05

Constant Power Discharge


Characteristics at 25C/77F

for BP7-12
6933bb07.tbl

Final
Voltage

Discharge Time: for Model BP12-12

5 min

10 min 15 min 30 min

1 hr

3 hr

5 hr

Battery Output Power (W): for Model BP12-12

10.80 V

433.9

319.4

256.0

10.50 V
10.20 V
9.90 V
9.60 V

152.3

87.34

34.98

24.12

502.2

346.0

533.6

358.5

267.7

158.1

89.96

35.68

24.48

13.68

7.20

276.0

161.7

91.57

36.00

24.61

13.75

7.23

557.5
576.0

367.1

282.4

164.0

92.67

36.25

24.70

13.79

7.25

374.4

288.0

165.6

93.60

36.47

24.77

13.79

7.25

10 hr

20 hr

Constant Power Discharge


Characteristics at 25C/77F

for BP12-12
6933bb12.tbl

Final
Voltage

Discharge Time: for Model BP26-12

10.80 V

5 min

10 min 15 min 30 min

1 hr

3 hr

5 hr

Battery Output Power (W): for Model BP26-12


940.0

692.0

554.6

330.0

189.23

75.79

52.25

29.20

15.26

10.50 V 1088.0

749.7

580.0

342.5

194.91

77.30

53.04

29.64

15.60

10.20 V

1156.0

776.7

598.0

350.3

198.41

78.00

53.33

29.79

15.67

9.90 V 1208.0

795.3

611.8

355.2

200.79

78.54

53.52

29.88

15.71

9.60 V 1248.0

811.2

624.0

358.8

202.80

79.01

53.68

29.88

15.71

Constant Power Discharge


Characteristics at 25C/77F

for BP26-12
6933bb26.tbl

Final
Voltage

JCI-6933:A 12/29/06 Page 3 of 10

B & B BATTERY
BP5-12 Battery Discharge
Characteristics (25C/77F)

BP7-12 Battery Discharge


Characteristics (25C/77F)

BP05dis.tif

BP12-12 Battery Discharge


Characteristics (25C/77F)

BP07dis.tif

BP26-12 Battery Discharge


Characteristics (25C/77F)

BP12dis.tif

BP26dis.tif

BP05-12

BP26-12

Page 4 of 10 JCI-6933:A 12/29/06

6933bp26.jpg

6933bp12.jpg

6933bp05.jpg

BP12-12

UPG BATTERY
UB1250 has the same specifications as previous Jolt SA1250;
SA1272 to be replaced with UB1270 (specs/diagrams pending).

UB1250 (previously SA1250) Diagrams

SA1272 Diagrams

UB1250/SA1250 discharge current vs. time

SA1272 discharge current vs. time

6933up01.tif

6933up03.tif

UB1250/SA1250 discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

SA1272 discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

6933up02.tif

6933up04.tif

UB1250, SA1250 Specifications

SA1272 Specifications

Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 5.0 AH.
Dimensions: total height 107 mm (4.21"); container height
101 mm (3.98"); length 90 mm (3.54"); width 70 mm (2.76").
Weight: approximately 1.83 kg (4.03 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 32 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 0.25 A: 5.0 AH.
5 hr @ 0.8 A: 4.0 AH.
1 hr @ 3.0 A: 3.0 AH.
1 C @ 5.0 A: 2.5 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 60 A (5 sec).
Maximum charging current: 1.5 A.
Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.

Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 7.2 AH.
Dimensions: total height 100 mm (3.94"); container height 94
mm (3.70"); length 151 mm (5.95"); width 65 mm (2.56").
Weight: approximately 2.66 kg (5.85 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 22 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 0.36 A: 7.2 AH.
5 hr @ 1.15 A: 5.76 AH.
1 hr @ 4.32 A: 4.32 AH.
1 C @ 7.2 A: 3.6 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 90 A (5 sec).
Maximum charging current: 2.16 A.
Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.
JCI-6933:A 12/29/06 Page 5 of 10

UPG BATTERY
Same specifications as previous Jolt models;
packaging and part numbers are the only changes.

UB12120 (was SA12120) Diagrams

UB12180 (was SA12180) Diagrams

UB12120/SA12120 discharge current vs. time

UB12180/SA12180 discharge current vs. time

6933up05.tif

6933up07.tif

UB12120/SA12120 discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

UB12180/SA12180 discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

6933up06.tif

6933up08.tif

UB12120, SA12120 Specifications

UB12180, SA12180 Specifications

Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 12.0 AH.
Dimensions: total height 100 mm (3.94"); container height 94
mm (3.70"); length 151 mm (5.95"); width 98 mm (3.86").
Weight: approximately 4.10 kg (9.04 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 14 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 0.6 A: 12.0 AH.
5 hr @ 1.92 A: 9.6 AH.
1 hr @ 7.2 A: 7.2 AH.
1 C @ 12.0 A: 6.0 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 120 A (5 sec).

Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 18.0 AH.
Dimensions: total height 167 mm (6.58"); container height
167 mm (6.58"); length 181 mm (7.13"); width 76 mm (2.29").
Weight: approximately 6.06 kg (13.36 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 13 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 0.9 A: 18.0 AH.
5 hr @ 2.88 A: 14.4 AH.
1 hr @ 10.8 A: 10.8 AH.
1 C @ 18.0 A: 9.0 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 300 A (5 sec).
Maximum charging current: 5.4 A.
Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.

Maximum charging current: 3.6 A.


Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.
Page 6 of 10 JCI-6933:A 12/29/06

UPG BATTERY
Same specifications as previous Jolt models;
packaging and part numbers are the only changes.

UB12260 (was SA12260) Diagrams

UB12550 (was SA12550) Diagrams

UB12260/SA12260 discharge current vs. time

UB12550/SA12550 discharge current vs. time

6933up09.tif

6933up11.tif

UB12260/SA12260 discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

UB12550/SA12550 discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

6933up10.tif

6933up12.tif

UB12260, SA12260 Specifications

UB12550, SA12550 Specifications

Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 26.0 AH.
Dimensions: total height 125 mm (4.92"); container height 125
mm (4.92"); length 166 mm (6.54"); width 175 mm (6.89").
Weight: approximately 8.80 kg (19.40 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 10 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 1.3 A: 26.0 AH.
5 hr @ 4.16 A: 20.8 AH.
1 hr @ 15.6 A: 15.6 AH.
1 C @ 26.0 A: 13.0 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 300 A (5 sec).
Maximum charging current: 7.8 A.
Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.

Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 55.0 AH.
Dimensions: total height 234.5 mm (9.23"); container height
216.5 mm (8.52"); length 229 mm (9.02"); width 138 mm (5.43").
Weight: approximately 19.0 kg (41.8 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 8 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 2.75 A: 55.0 AH.
5 hr @ 8.8 A: 44.0 AH.
1 hr @ 33.0 A: 33.0 AH.
1 C @ 55.0 A: 27.5 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 600 A (5 sec).
Maximum charging current: 16.5 A.
Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.
JCI-6933:A 12/29/06 Page 7 of 10

UPG BATTERY
Same specifications as previous Jolt models;
packaging and part numbers are the only changes.

UB121000 (XSA121000A) Diagrams

UPG Summary Diagrams

UB121000/XSA121000A discharge current vs. time

Summary discharge characteristics

6933up15.wmf

Summary discharge current vs. time curve (25C/77F)

6933up13.tif

UB121000/XSA121000A discharge characteristics (25C/77F)

6933up16.wmf
6933up14.tif

UB121000 (XSA121000A) Diagrams


Nominal voltage: 12 V.
Nominal capacity (20 hr): 100.0 AH.
Dimensions: total height 221 mm (8.70"); container height 214
mm (8.43"); length 329 mm (12.95"); width 172 mm (6.77").
Weight: approximately 34.00 kg (74.8 lbs).
Container material: UL94HB ABS, UL94V-0 ABS.
Internal resistance (25C, 77F): ~ 6.5 m.
Discharge capacity under different temperatures:
40C: ~ 102%
25C: ~ 100%
0C: ~ 85%
Capacity 25C/77F:
20 hr @ 5.0 A: 100.0 AH.
5 hr @ 16.0 A: 80.0 AH.
1 hr @ 60.0 A: 60.0 AH.
1 C @ 100.0 A: 50.0 AH.
Charging voltage (25C, 77F):
Standby use: 13.65 V 0.15 V.
Cycle use: 14.7 V 0.3 V.
Maximum discharge current: 600 A (5 sec).
Maximum charging current: 30 A.
Self-discharge residual capacity (25C, 77F):
After 3 months: ~ 90%.
After 6 months: ~ 82%.
After 12 months: ~ 70%.
Page 8 of 10 JCI-6933:A 12/29/06

6933ub1280.jpg

6933ub12260.jpg

UPG BATTERY
Same specifications as previous Jolt models;
packaging and part numbers are the only changes.

Charging Procedure: UPG Battery


Application

For standby
power source
For cycle
service

Charging method

Constant voltage and


constant current
charging (with current
restriction)

6933ubch.tbl

Charging
voltage at
25C (V/cell)

Temperature
compensation
coefficient of
charging voltage
(mV/C/cell)

Maximum
charging
current
(CA)

2.25 2.30

3.3
(1.8 mV/F/cell)

2.40 2.50

5
(2.8 mV/F/cell)

Charging time 0.1 CA,


25C (h)
100%
discharge

50%
discharge

0.3

T 24

T 20

0.3

16 < T < 24

10 < T < 24

Temp (C)

0 40C
(32 104F)

Temperature compensation of charging voltage is not needed when using the batteries within 5C to 35C range .

JCI-6933:A 12/29/06 Page 9 of 10

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Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.
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Page 10 of 10 JCI-6933:A 12/29/06

BB-17 Battery Box


Product Installation Drawing
Document # 15535

Rev. B

P/N 15736:B ECN:93-345 3/7/94

Fire Alarm Control Panel

Overview
The BB-17 Battery Box may be used to house
up to two 17AH batteries. It mounts directly
below the FACP cabinet. Knockouts are provided on the top surface of the battery box.
Parts

1/2 minimum
clearance

Qty.
1
1
4

Description
BB-17 Battery Box Cabinet
BB-17 Battery Box Cover
Self-Threading Screws

Installation
1.
BB-17 Battery Box

2.
3.

4.
5.

Remove knockouts in the bottom of the


FACP cabinet and the top of the BB-17
cabinet.
Align knockouts in FACP and BB-17.
Anchor the BB-17 to wall using 1/4 diameter holes in back of cabinet.
Run conduit between the BB-17 cabinet
and the FACP cabinet. Make sure there is
at least 1/2 of clearance between the BB17 and the FACP (see illustration at left).
Run battery cable through conduit from
FACP into battery box. Connect cable to
batteries.
Secure the BB-17 cover to cabinet using
supplied self-threading screws.

12 Clintonville Road
Northford CT 06472
(203) 484-7161
Fax: (203) 484-7118

JCI-6862:A

ACS Series Annunciators


ACM/AEM-24AT, ACM/AEM-48A
Annunciator Control Systems

General
ACS Series Annunciators ACM/AEM-24AT and ACM/AEM48A provide a modular line of products for annunciation and
control of the IFC-640, IFC-3030, and IFC2-3030 Intelligent
Fire Alarm Control Panels, and JNCA and JNCA-2 Network
Control Annunciators, as well as the IFC-2020, IFC1010,
IFC-400, and IFC-200 fire control panels. The ACS line provides arrays of LEDs to indicate point status and, in some versions, switches to control the state of output circuits. These
ACS units use a serial interface and may be located at distances of up to 6,000 feet (1,828.8 meters) from the panel.

Features
Speaker control mode for use with XPIQ and the following
panels: IFC-3030, IFC2-3030, IFC-2020, IFC-1010, IFC640, IFC-400. Enables the ACS to control operation of
groups of multi-channels mapped to groups of multi-speakers.
Compatible with existing annunciators.
Color-programmable LEDs.
On-board end-of-line resistors can be enabled/disabled by
setting a switch.
Alarm/Circuit On and Trouble LED per-point option or more
dense Alarm-only option.
Touch-pad control switch option for remote control of system relays; or silence, reset, and evacuate.
LEDs may be programmed to display status of indicating
circuits or control relays as well as system status conditions.
Fan Control (manual/automatic) option for the IFC-2020
and IFC-1010.
System Trouble LED indicator.
On-Line/Power LED indicator.
Alarm and trouble resound with flash of new conditions.
Local sounder for both alarm and trouble conditions with
silence/acknowledge button (program options).
Serial EIA-485 interface for reduced installation cost.
May be powered by 24 VDC from the panel or by remote
power supplies.
Microprocessor-controlled electronics, fully supervised.
Slip-in custom labels, lettered with standard typewriter or
LabelEase program.
Plug-in terminal blocks for ease of installation and service.
Trouble monitor option for remote power supplies.

Construction
The ACS modules are provided in two basic controller modules, each with its expander module. The ACM-24AT provides
24 annunciation and control points per module, each with a
red, green, or yellow Alarm/Circuit On LED, a yellow Trouble
LED, and a touch-key switch. The ACM-48A provides 48
annunciation points per module, each with a red, green, or yellow Alarm/Circuit On LED (for annunciating control relays, the
LED indicates ON/OFF).

ACM/AEM-24AT
6862at24.wmf

ACM/AEM-48A
6862a48.wmf

On the ACM-24AT, each LED point is individually color-programmable. On ACM-48A, each column of 24 LED points can
be color-configured using a DIP switch.
Temperature and humidity ranges: This system meets
NFPA requirements for operation at 0C to 49C (32F to
120F); and at a relative humidity (noncondensing) of 85% at
30C (86F) per NFPA, and 93% 2% at 32C 2C (89.6F
1.1F) per ULC. However, the useful life of the systems
standby batteries and the electronic components may be
adversely affected by extreme temperature ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this system and all
peripherals be installed in an environment with a nominal room
temperature of 15C to 27C (60F to 80F).

Installation
The ACS Series annunciator and control subsystems use
modular hardware assemblies which allow the custom configuration of the annunciator panel to fit the individual job requirements.
Standard backboxes and mounting hardware schemes, including special remote cabinets, allow the annunciators to be constructed and configured with other system components.
When used with the IFC(2)-3030, IFC-640, IFC-2020, IFC1010, or IFC-400, the ACS modules can be used for manual
selection of speaker and telephone circuits. In this application,
they are typically mounted in the main control near the microphone and telephone handset.
For remote annunciation applications, the modules are typically mounted in special ABF or ABS boxes. Control switch
key locks (JAKS-1B) and phone jacks (JAPJ-1B) are available.
Communication between the ACS Series annunciators and
the host Fire Alarm Control Panel is made through an EIA-485
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multi-drop loop, eliminating the need for costly wiring


schemes. Four wires are required, two for the EIA-485 communications (twisted pair), and two for 24 VDC regulated
power.
Retrofit of ACS Series annunciators into existing systems is
easily accomplished. Software may require upgrading, and the
IFC-2020 or IFC-1010 must include a JSIB-2048(A)/JSIB-NET
Serial Interface Board.
All field-wiring terminations use removable, compression-type
terminal blocks for ease of installation, wiring, and circuit testing.

Operation
The ACS Series annunciator and control system provides the
Johnson Controls system with up to 32 remote serially connected annunciators, each with a capacity of 96 points, for a
total capacity of 3072 points (subject to the capability of the
FACP). The JNCA(-2) is capable of using the full 96 points.
Local or remote power supplies and serial communications
allow the ACS to be located virtually anywhere in the protected
premises.
IFC-1010/2020, IFC-640, IFC(2)-3030, and JNCA(-2) system
alarm and/or trouble conditions may be annunciated on a perpoint basis, or in a grouped or zone configuration.

(21.27 cm) high; 4.375" (11.11 cm) wide. NOTE: The


AEM-24AT cannot be used to expand the ACM-48A.
ACM-48A: (shown above) The Annunciator Control Module-48A contains 48 color-programmable (red/green/yellow)
Active LEDs, a System Trouble LED, an On-Line/Power LED,
and a local piezo sounder with a Silence/Acknowledge switch
for audible indication of alarm and trouble conditions. Includes
instructions. 8.375" (21.27 cm) high; 4.375" (11.11 cm) wide.
AEM-48A: The Annunciator Expander Module-48A expands
the ACM-48A by 48 system points. The AEM-48A is identical
in frontal appearance to the ACM-48A. One expander module
can be supported by an ACM-48A, providing a maximum of 96
points (subject to the capability of the FACP). 8.375" (21.27
cm) high; 4.375" (11.11 cm) wide. NOTE: The AEM-48A cannot be used to expand the ACM-24AT.
ABS-1B: (shown below) The Annunciator Surface Box-1B
(black) provides for the remote mounting of one annunciator
module in a surface-mount enclosure. Knockouts are provided
for use with 1/2" (1.27 cm) conduit. The annunciator mounts
directly to the ABS-1B without a dress plate. 8.5" (21.59 cm)
high x 4.5" (11.43 cm) wide x 2" (5.08 cm) deep. NOTE: The
ABS-1B will not support the installation of the JAKS-1B Annunciator Key Switch.
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JABF-1B

Control of system operational controls, such as Signal Silence,


System Reset, and local annunciation controls (such as Local
Acknowledge and Lamp Test) may be accomplished through
the modules rubber keypad.

Product Line Information


ACM-24AT: (shown below) The Annunciator Control Module-24AT contains 24 color-programmable (red/green/yellow)
Active and 24 yellow Trouble LEDs, 24 momentary touch-pad
switches, a System Trouble LED, an On-Line/Power LED, and
a local piezo sounder with a silence/acknowledge switch for
audible indication of alarm and trouble conditions. Includes
instructions. 8.375" (21.27 cm) high; 4.375" (11.11 cm) wide.
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ABS-1B

JABS-1TB: The JABS-1TB is an attractive surface-mount


backbox for mounting one ACS Series Annunciator. Unlike the
ABS-1B, the JABS-1TB has an increased depth that allows
mounting of the JAPJ-1B Annunciator Phone Jack and
JAKS-1B Annunciator Key Switch. Black, 9.938" (25.24 cm)
high x 4.625" (11.75 cm) wide x 2.5" (6.35 cm) deep. NOTE:
An earlier gray model, JABS-1T, will not accommodate the
ACM/AEM-24AT or ACM/AEM-48A. The slightly deeper JABS1TB will accommodate both the ACM/AEM-24AT or ACM/
AEM-48A models and the ACM-16AT/ACM-32A Series.

ACM/AEM-24AT
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ACM/AEM-48A
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AEM-24AT: The
Annunciator
Expander
Module-24AT
expands the ACM-24AT by 24 system points. The AEM-24AT
is identical in size and in frontal appearance to the ACM-24AT.
Up to three of these expander modules can be supported by
an ACM-24AT, for a maximum of 96 system points. 8.375"
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ABS-2B: The Annunciator Surface Box-2B (black) provides


for the surface mounting of one ACM-24AT/AEM-24AT combination or one ACM-48A/AEM-48A combination. Knockouts are
provided for use with 1/2" (1.27 cm) conduit. The annunciators
mount directly to the ABS-2B without a dress plate. 8.5" (21.59
cm) high x 8.92" (22.66 cm) wide x 2" (5.08 cm) deep. NOTE:
The ABS-2B will not support the installation of the JAKS-1B
Annunciator Key Switch.
JABF-1B: (shown above) The Annunciator Flush Box-1B
(black) provides for the remote mounting of a single annunciator module in a flush-mount enclosure. Knockouts are provided for use with 1/2" (1.27 cm) conduit. The JABF-1B
includes a painted black metal trim plate [11" (27.94 cm) high x
6.25" (15.875 cm) wide], mounting hardware, and an adhesive-backed annunciator label for the dress plate. 9.938"
(25.24 cm) high x 4.625" (11.75 cm) wide x 2.5" (6.35 cm)
deep.

JABF-2B: The Annunciator Flush Box-2B (black) provides for


the flush mounting of two annunciator modules. Includes a
painted black metal trim plate [11" (27.94 cm) high x 10.625"
(26.99 cm) wide] and adhesive-backed annunciator label.
9.938" (25.24 cm) high x 9.188" (23.34 cm) wide x 3.75"
(9.525 cm) deep.

DP-DISP: The Dress Panel-Display provides for the cabinet


mounting of one to four modules in the top row of a CAB-4
Series backbox. Modules mount directly to threaded studs on
the DP-DISP (see illustration below).
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JABF-4B: (shown below) The Annunciator Flush Box-4B


(black) provides for the remote mounting of one to four
annunciator modules. Knockouts are provided for use with 1/2"
(1.27 cm) conduit. The flush-mounted JABF-4B includes a
painted black metal trim plate [11" (27.94 cm) high x 19.375"
(49.21 cm) wide] and an annunciator label. 9.938" (25.24 cm)
high x 17.75" (45.09 cm) wide x 2.5" (6.35 cm) deep.

JABF-4B

DP-DISP Dress Panel with JNCA


Network Control Annunciator in left two positions,
and two ACM-24AT Annunciators at right.
BMP-1: Annunciator Blank Module is a flat black dress plate
that covers unused module positions in the annunciator backbox or in the JADP-4B. 8.375" (21.27 cm) high x 4.375" (11.11
cm) wide. Studs for a variety of module mounting options are
available.
JAKS-1B: The Annunciator Key Switch-1B (black) provides
access security for the control switches on the ACM/
AEM-24AT. The key switch kit includes a key and hardware for
mounting to the JABF-1B. Also included is an adhesivebacked annunciator label for use with the key switch/dress
plate assembly. NOTE: The JAKS-1B can only be employed
with the JABS-1TB.

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JABF-1DB, ABF-2DB, JABS-4D: The JABF-1DB, ABF-2DB


and JABS-4D are semi-flush-mount backboxes for ACS Series
Annunciators. The JABF-1DB mounts one annunciator module
and the ABF-2DB mounts two modules or one JNCA(-2). The
JABS-4D mounts up to four annunciators or two annunciators
with an NCA. Black with an attractive smoked glass door with a
keylock. The JABS-4D is hinged on the bottom for stability.
DIMENSIONS, JABF-1DB: Box only: 9.938" (25.24 cm) high
x 4.625" (11.75 cm) wide x 2.5" (6.35 cm) deep.
Door: 11" (27.94 cm) high x 6" (15.24 cm) wide x 0.75" (1.9
cm) deep.
DIMENSIONS, ABF-2DB: Box only: 9.938" (25.24 cm) high x
9.188" (23.34 cm) wide x 3.75" (9.525 cm) deep. Door: 11"
(27.94 cm) high x 10.375" (26.35 cm) wide x 0.75" (1.9 cm)
deep.
DIMENSIONS, JABS-4D: Box only: 11.97" (30.40 cm) high x
19.87" (50.47cm) wide x 3.50" (8.89 cm) deep.
Door: 11.97" (30.40 cm) high x 19.87" (50.47 cm) wide
x 1.25" (3.18 cm) deep.

JAPJ-1B: Annunciator Phone Jack-1B (black) for Fire Fighters Telephone (FFT-7). Includes mounting hardware and
adhesive-backed label.

Agency Listings and Approvals


The listings and approvals below apply to the ACM/AEM-24AT
and the ACM/AEM-48A. In some cases, certain modules or
applications may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or
listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
Additional listings relating to recent product or applications to
be released shortly.
UL Listed: file S635.
ULC Listed: file CS118.
MEA approved: files 317-01-E2 (IFC-640), 345-02-E2 (IFC3030).
CSFM approved: files 7165-0554:143 (IFC-640), 71650554:149 (IFC-3030), 7170-0554:142 (IFC-640), 71700554:150 (IFC-3030).
FM approved.

ADP-4B: The Annunciator Dress Panel-4B (black) provides


for the cabinet mounting of one to four modules. The ADP-4B
hinge-mounts to a CAB-4 Series cabinet. Modules mount
directly to threaded studs on the JADP-4B.

JCI-6862:A 11/30/06 Page 3 of 4

2006 by Johnson Controls Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this
document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

Johnson Controls
507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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JCI-7045:A

JDVC Series
Digital Voice Command

General

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The JDVC is the heart of an integrated, full-featured Audio


Command Center. The JDVC Digital Voice Command combines the capabilities of a powerful digital audio processor, an
event-driven audio message generator, and a router. Designed
for use with DAA series Digital Audio Amplifiers, each JDVC
supports a dedicated audio network with up to eight channels
of audio, five channels of firefighters telephone, and control
and supervision for up to 32 DAA series amplifiers. Twistedpair wire, multi-mode fiber, or single-mode fiber media options
are supported. Larger audio systems incorporating hundreds
of amplifiers can be created by networking additional JDVC
units via NOTIFIRENET.
The JDVC may be networked with IFC-640, IFC2-640, IFC3030, or IFC2-3030 panels via NOTIFIRENET with a
JNCA-2, or used in a stand-alone panel configuration with an
IFC2-3030 or IFC2-640 Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP).
When used as an Audio Command Center with Emergency
Paging capability, the optional JDVC-KD Keypad Display is
required.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, the term JDVC refers to the
JDVC-EM, JDVC-EMF, and JDVC-EMSF models.

Features
Listed to UL Standard 864, 9th edition.
Programmable from NUP port using JVeriFire Tools with:
JDVC-EM: up to 32 minutes of standard quality or 4 minutes of high quality digital audio storage of user-selected/
created messages and tones.
JDVC-EMF: EM features; supports multi-mode fiber-optic
media.
JDVC-EMSF: EM features; supports single-mode fiberoptic media.
Up to 1000 audio sequences.
Message prioritization.
Equations support flexible programming for distribution of
messages.
Electrically isolated digital audio ports for direct connection
with up to 32 DAA amplifiers. Style 4 or 7 configurations
supported.
DCC (Display and Control Center) capabilities when used
with optional JDVC-KD.
FireFighters Telephone Riser.
Local paging microphone option.
Remote microphone option.
Broad All-Call functionality when used with JDVC-KD
(JDVC-Keyboard Display): All Call, Page Active Evac Areas,
Page Active Alert Areas, Page Inactive Areas.
Auxiliary input for 12 Vp-p analog low-level audio sources.
Includes user audio level adjustment feature.
Auxilary input accepts external audio sources such as telephone paging or background msuic. Hi impedance input
accepts 600 ohm, line level, 1.41 VRMS, or 1 Vp~p low
level audio. Selectable AGC, user control of audio level, and
audio supervision are supported.
Associated JNCA-2 supports NOTIFIRENET applications.

JDVC
Shown using CA-2 mounting option,
CAB-C4, and ADDR-C4 door.

Multiple audio command centers supported via


NOTIFIRENET.
Distribution of one channel of standard-level paging audio
on NOTIFIRENET.
Three stand-alone, non network mode options:
IFC2-3030 (NUP to NUP) digital and analog.
IFC2-640 (NUP to NUP) analog.
IFC2-640 with JNCA-2 (NUP to NUP to NUP) digital and
analog.
Push-to-talk relay.
Isolated alarm bus input, to be used for backup activation of
alarm messages when normal digital communication is lost.

Installation Options
The JDVC provides flexible installation options based on two
chassis options: the CA-1 or the CA-2 (one-row or two-row
audio chassis). Both these chassis mount into size B, C, or
D CAB-4 Series cabinets. The CA-2 must be installed in the
top two rows of the cabinet. The DPA-1 dress panel is used
with chassis CA-1. The DPA-2B dress panel is required for
the CA-2 chassis.

Specifications
24 VDC power (TB1): 24 VDC, 1.0 A, non-resettable,
power-limited by the source. Recommended wiring: 14 to
22 AWG (2.08 to 0.326 mm) twisted-pair.
Digital audio ports, wire media, A and B (TB2, TB3):
Maximum distance per segment is 1900 feet (579.12 m) on
Belden 5320UJ (18 AWG, TP) FPL cable: 18 AWG (0.821
mm) twisted-pair, foil-shielded, power-limited. Consult wir-

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ing documentation provided in document P/N 52916ADD:C


Addendum to JDVC and DAA Manuals.
Digital audio ports, single- and multi-mode fiber-optic
RXA, TXA, RXB, and TXB (J100, J101, J102, and J103):
ST style, supervised. Multi-mode fiber-optic cable: 50/125
or 62.5125 micrometers. Single-mode fiber-optic cable: 9/
125 micrometers. Attenuation of cabling between two nodes
(fiber-optic circuits are point-to-point) must not exceed the
following maximum attenuations: 4.2 dB for multi-mode with
50/125 micrometer cable @ 850 nm. 8.0 dB for multi-mode
with 62.5/125 micrometer cable @ 850 nm. 5.0 dB for single-mode with 9/125 micrometer cable @ 1300 nm.
Auxiliary input A (AUX A, TB4): Signal strength from lowlevel analog audio input: 1 VRMS maximum. Optional supervision is selectable through programming. Recommended
wiring: 18 to 22 AWG (0.821 to 0.326 mm) twisted-pair.
Auxiliary input must be in the same room as the JDVC.
Remote microphone interface (TB9): Recommended wiring: 14 to 22 AWG (2.08 to 0.326 mm) twisted-pair. Powerlimited. Maximum distance between remote microphone
and DVC: 1000 feet (300 m).
Push-to-talk interface (TB10): Dry contact. Recommended wiring: 14 to 22 AWG (2.08 to 0.326 mm) twistedpair.
Alarm bus (TB12): Power-limited by source. Recommended wiring: 14 to 22 AWG (2.08 to 0.326 mm) twistedpair.
FFT riser (TB13): Power-limited output. Class A (Style Z) or
Class B (Style Y) operation. Style Y two-wire connections
require a 3.9K ohm, 1/2 watt resistor (P/N K-3.9K). Maximum wiring resistance (including individual telephone zone
to last handset) permitted is 50 ohms, 10,000 feet (3048 m)
maximum wiring distance at 12 AWG (3.31 mm) to last
handset.
Auxiliary input B (AUX B, TB14): Signal strength from
low-level analog audio input: 12 Vp-p nominal, 15 Vp-p maximum. Optional supervision is selected through programming. Recommended wiring: 14 to 22 AWG (2.08 to 0.326
mm) twisted-pair.
Optional DVC-AO analog audio output circuits (TB5,
TB6, TB7, and TB8): Supervised, power-limited outputs.
Signal strength: +12 V nominal, +15 V maximum. Recommended wiring: 18 AWG (0.821 mm) maximum, twistedpair. Maximum impedance: 66 ohms.

Standards and Codes


The Digital Voice Command , JDVC-EM, JDVC-EMF, and
JDVC-EMSF comply with the following standards:
NFPA 72 2002 National Fire Alarm Code.
Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL 864, 9th edition.
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) ULC-S527-99
Standard of Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems.

Listings and Approvals


The listings and approvals below apply to the JDVC-EM,
JDVC-EMF, and JDVC-EMSF Digital Voice Command. In
some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
UL Listed: file S1570.
ULC Listed: file S1570.
CSFM approved: file 7165-0554:149, file 7170-0554:150.
MEA approved: file 232-06-E Vol. III.
City of Chicago approved: High Rise, Class 1, Class 2.
City of Denver approved.
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PSB Corporation approved (Singapore).

Product Line Information


JDVC-EM: Digital Voice Command, digital audio processor
with message storage for up to 32 minutes of standard quality
(4 minutes at high quality) digital audio.
JDVC-EMF: Digital Voice Command, digital audio processor
with message storage for up to 32 minutes of standard quality
(4 minutes at high quality) digital audio. Supports multi-mode
fiber-optic ports, requires DAA-5025F, DAA-5070F, or DAA7525F.
JDVC-EMSF: Digital Voice Command, digital audio processor
with message storage for up to 32 minutes of standard quality
(4 minutes at high quality) digital audio. Supports single-mode
fiber-optic ports, requires DAA-5025SF, DAA-5070SF, or DAA7525SF.
JDVC-KD: Keypad for local annunciation and controls; status
LEDs and 24 user-programmable buttons.
JDVC-AO: Optional JDVC Analog Output board provides four
analog output circuits for use with AA or XPIQ Series amplifiers. Four-channel operation supported.
CA-1: Chassis, occupies one tier of a CAB-4 Series enclosure.
The left side accommodates one JDVC and a JDVC-KD
(optional); and the right side houses a CMIC-1 microphone
and its well (optional).
CMIC-1: Optional microphone and microphone well assembly
used with the CA-1 chassis.
CA-2: Chassis assembly, occupies two tiers of a CAB-4 Series
enclosure. The left side accommodates one JDVC mounted on
a half-chassis and one IFC2-3030 or JNCA-2 mounted on a
half-chassis. The right side houses a microphone/handset
well. The CA-2 assembly includes a microphone. DPA-2B
dress plate is required (below). JADDR Series doors with twotier visibility are available for use with the CA-2 configuration:
JADDR-B4, JADDR-C4, JADDR-D4 (below).
DPA-2B: Dress plate required for CA-2 chassis assembly.
TELH-1: Firefighters Telephone Handset for use with the
JDVC when mounted in the CA-2 chassis. Order separately.
JADDR-B4: Two-tier-sized door designed for use with the CA2 chassis configuration. JADDR Series doors are similar to
CAB-4 Series DR doors, but a clear window space exposes
the top two tiers of the CAB-4 enclosure. Use an SBB-B4
backbox with the JADDR-B4 (see data sheet JCI-6857).
JADDR-C4: Three-tier-sized door designed for use with the
CA-2 chassis configuration. JADDR Series doors are similar to
CAB-4 Series DR doors, but a clear window space exposes
the top two tiers of the CAB-4 enclosure. Use an SBB-C4
backbox with the JADDR-C4 (see data sheet JCI-6857).
JADDR-D4: Four-tier-sized door designed for use with the
CA-2 chassis configuration. JADDR Series doors are similar to
CAB-4 Series DR doors, but a clear window space exposes
the top two tiers of the CAB-4 enclosure. Use an SBB-D4
backbox with the JADDR-D4 (see data sheet JCI-6857).
DPA-1: Dress panel, can be used with the CA-1 chassis when
configured with a JDVC, JDVC-KD, and CMIC-1.
DPA-1A4: Dress panel, used with the CA-1 chassis when the
CMIC-1 is not used. Provides mounting options on right two
bays for two ACS annunciators, or for blank plates.

Stand-Alone
IFC2-3030
with JDVC

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Networked
JDVC with
JNCA-2

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Standalone IFC2-3030 with JDVC-AO

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Stand-Alone IFC2-640 with JDVC


SLC

JNCA-2

JDVC
M500FPJ

M500FPJ

IFC2-640
(Displayless)

FFT Riser (From JDVC)

Digital Audip Loop

DAA

FFT Riser (From DAA)

DAA

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M500FPJ

M500FPJ

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Standalone IFC2-640 with JDVC-AO

IFC2-640

JDVC
JDVC-AO
JDVC-KD

SLC
4 ANALOG AUDIO
CIRCUITS (from JDVC-A0)
CLASS A RETURN
(optional)

XPIQ

AA-AMP

CONTROL
MODULE
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JVeriFire is a registered trademark and NOTIFIRENET is a trademark of Honeywell International Inc. ST is a registered trademark of AT&T.
2007. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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IFC-1010/2020 Technical Manual 448


IFC Networking Section
Technical Bulletin
Issue Date 1198

Repeaters

Introduction
x

Description

Page

3
3

Mounting

ABS-8R Mounting

CHS-4L Mounting

CHS-4 Mounting

Configuration

Power Connections

11

Data Connections

13

1998 Johnson Controls, Inc.


Code No. LIT-448197

1
www.johnsoncontrols.com

2 IFC NetworkingRepeaters

Introduction
Description

Repeaters are used to boost the data signal between Metasys Intelligent
Fire Network (FN) nodes, extending the data communication distance.
There are three types of repeaters available: the RPT-W, RPT-F, and
RPT-WF. The RPT-W supports twisted pair wire only; the RPT-F
supports fiber optic cable only; the RPT-WF supports both twisted pair
wire and fiber optic cable.
Each repeater has two Light-Emitting Diode (LED) indicators. Each LED
provides a visual indication that data has been received. LED1 indicates
data on Port A. LED2 indicates data on Port B.
D o no t exce e d m a xim um fibe r o ptic a tte nu ation o r
tw isted p air w ire d ista nce de scribe d in th e
M etasys Intellig en t F ire N e tw o rk Te ch nica l Bulle tin (L IT -4481 96 ).
N o de

N o de
RPT

P o w er

RPT

N o te: U se no n-resetta ble re g ula te d 24 V D C


P o w er
p ow e r fo r R P Ts a nd size po w er w ire for
n o m o re tha n 2.4 vo lts d rop a t e nd o f the circuit.
In S tyle 7 F N circuit co nfigu ra tio n, no m o re tha n
five R P Ts m ay b e p lace d in se rie s w itho ut a no de
b etw e e n the m .

d is tn ce

Figure 1: Repeaters Used to Extend Data Communication


Distance
Table 1: Repeater Specifications
Repeater

Description

Input Voltage

Maximum Input Current

RPT-W

Twisted Pair Wire

18-26.4 volts DC

19 mA

RPT-WF

Both Twisted Pair and


Fiber Optic Cable

18-26.4 volts DC

19 mA

RPT-F

Fiber Optic Cable

18-26.4 volts DC

19 mA

Temperature

0-49GC (32-120GF)

Humidity

85% Relative Humidity at 30GC (86GF)

IFC NetworkingRepeaters 3

4 IFC NetworkingRepeaters

Mounting
Repeaters may be mounted remotely in an ABS-8R annunciator surface
mount backbox or to a CHS-4 or CHS-4L chassis in a CAB-3 series
cabinet.
The repeater comes with four standoffs (two 6-32x @ 0.6 inch long and
two 4-40x) and six screws (two 6-32x and four 4-40x) for mounting.

ABS-8R
Mounting

To mount to the surface mount annunciator back box, model ABS-8R,


attach the repeater with four 4-40x screws into the female PEM studs in
the enclosure.

CHS-4L
Mounting

The repeaters can only be mounted on the front row of the CHS-4L. To
mount, follow the steps below:
1.

Screw two 4-40x standoffs on the PEM studs.

2.

Insert the tab of the repeater into the back slot on the bottom of the
CHS-4L.

3.

Secure the repeater inserting the two 4-40x screws through the
two top mounting holes of the repeater into the standoffs.
B a ck R o w

C H S -4 L

B a ck S lo t
Fro n t S lot
R e pe ate r

re p e a t2

Tab

Figure 2: Mounting on the CHS-4L Back

IFC NetworkingRepeaters 5

CHS-4 Mounting

The repeater may be mounted in the CHS-4 in either the front or back
location. To mount in the front location:
1.

Slip the tab at the bottom of the repeater board into the slot of the
CHS-4 as shown in Figure 3.

2.

Secure the repeater into the tabs on the top of the CHS-4 using
two 4-40x screws. The component side of the repeater should be
facing inward toward the CHS-4 when mounted in the front location.
This will result in the indicating LEDs, switches, and the wiring/fiber
optic terminals being obscured from easy access because they will be
facing the back of the cabinet.
Top

C H S -4

B a ck

S tan do ffs

re p e a t3

R e pe ate r

Fro n t S lot

Figure 3: Mounting on the Front


To mount in the back location:
1.

Attach two 4-40x standoffs with screws into the top two mounting
holes in the repeater. These standoffs will not attach to the CHS-4, but
are used to balance the board.

2.

Screw the two 6-32 standoffs onto the PEM studs on the CHS-4.

3.

Slip the tab at the bottom of the repeater board into the slot in the
CHS-4.

4.

Secure the repeater into the standoffs on the CHS-4 using


two 6-32 screws.
Note: The component side of the board should be facing out when
mounting in the back location.

6 IFC NetworkingRepeaters

S tan do ffs
Top

C H S -4

B a ck

b a ck lo c

R e pe ater

Figure 4: Mounting on the Back

IFC NetworkingRepeaters 7

8 IFC NetworkingRepeaters

Configuration
The repeater has switches which are used to configure the repeater for
correct operation. SW1 switch on the RPT-W and RPT-WF is used to set
the threshold or signal level for Port A. SW2 switch on the RPT-W sets
Port B threshold. SW3 switch on the RPT-W is used to enable or disable
ground fault detection feedthrough for the data line. Switch settings
depend on the type and length of the wire used and the strategy being used
to provide the ground fault detection to the FN system. For more
information, refer to the Metasys Intelligent Fire Network Technical
Bulletin (LIT-448196).
G ro un d Fau lt
D e tection F ee dth ro ug h

R41

N o P o la rity

SW 3
P o rt
O FF
B
ON
P o rt
A
TB 1

SW 2 SW 1
HI
LO

Th re sh old
S e le ctio n
fo r:

TX A

RXA

RXB

TX B

P o rt A
P o rt B

P o rt A
P o rt B

A
B
LED1 LED2

A
B
LED1 LED2

+24 V
E a rth

+24 V
E a rth

TB 2

TB 2
R P T -F
R P T -W
RXB

N o P o la rity

P o rt
A
TB 1
R40

TX B

P o rt B

SW 1
HI
LO

A
B
LED1 LED2

Th re sh old
S e le ctio n
fo r
Tw iste d P air
P o rt A

+ 24 V
E a rth

TB 2

R P T -W F

re p e a t5

Figure 5: Network Repeaters


IFC NetworkingRepeaters 9

10 IFC NetworkingRepeaters

Power Connections
The three figures that follow illustrate connecting to the MPS-24A, the
MPS-24B, and a remote regulated power supply.

TB 2
TB 1

EA RT H G N D

AC N EU TR A L

BAT +

BAT -

+2 4R

Po w er Lim ite d
C o m mo n +24
C o m mo n

A C HOT

C B1

P2
F1

P3

P4

P5
R27

+2 4 V

JP5

E a rth
TB 2

M P S -2 4A

U se no n-re settab le
o utp ut. D o n ot cu t
JP 5.

RPT

rp t2 4 a

Figure 6: Connecting to a MPS-24A

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+2 4 V R e se t
TB 1

R55

E a rth A C N e u t A C H o t

1 2 3 4

+2 4 V P o w er
C om m on

6 7 8

C om m on

Ba tt +

Ba tt -

TB 3
CB1

P2

TB 2

P3

T RO U BLE S
AC

B A TT

+E F

-E F

+2 4 V

E a rth
TB 2
M P S -2 4B *

* JP 1 m u st be cut on the M P S -24B sin ce th e


R P T req u ire s no n-re settab le p ow e r.

rp t2 4 b

CAUTION: Power at TB2 Terminals 3 and 4 is not regulated and


must not be used to power repeaters.
Figure 7: Connecting to a MPS-24B

To O the r D e vices

+ N o n-re settab le 2 4 V D C
R e m o te R e gu la te d P ow e r S u pply
L isted for F ire P rote ctive S ig naling U se
+2 4 V

E a rth
TB 2
powr

Figure 8: Connecting to a Remote Regulated Power Supply

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Data Connections
The following table shows how to connect repeaters with other repeaters,
and Media Interface Boards (MIBs). To use this table, follow the repeater
type and port row across to intersect with the column that represents the
device and port (if applicable) being connected to the repeater. Please note
when using fiber optic connections, cable originating at a transmit port
must be terminated at a receive port. Also, when using twisted pair wiring,
polarity need not be observed.
On the following pages are examples of wiring diagrams using MIBs and
repeaters.
Table 2: Connecting the Repeater
RPT-F
Port A
Port B

RPT-W

RPT-WF

MIB-W

MIB-F
Port A
Port B

MIB-WF

RPT-F
Port A-Tx

Rx

Rx

n/c

Port B-Rx

n/c

Rx

Rx

Port B-Rx

Port A-Rx

Tx

Tx

n/c

Port B-Tx

n/c

Tx

Tx

Port B-Tx

Port B-Tx

Rx

Rx

n/c

Port B-Rx

n/c

Rx

Rx

Port B-Rx

Port B-Rx

Tx

Tx

n/c

Port B-Tx

n/c

Tx

Tx

Port B-Rx

Port A
(TB1-1 and
TB1-2)

n/c

n/c

Port A or
Port B*

Port A*

Port A
or
Port B*

n/c

n/c

Port A*

Port B
(TB1-3 and
TB1-4)

n/c

n/c

Port A or
Port B*

Port A*

Port A
or
Port B*

n/c

n/c

Port A*

Port A
(wire, TB1-1
and TB1-2)

n/c

n/c

Port A or
Port B*

Port A*

Port A
or
Port B*

n/c

n/c

Port A*

Port B
(fiber) -Tx

Rx

Rx

n/c

Port B-Rx

n/c

Rx

Rx

Port B-Rx

Port B
(fiber) -Rx

Tx

Tx

n/c

Port B-Tx

n/c

Tx

Tx

Port B-Tx

RPT-W

RPT-WF

* On the RPT-W and MIB-W, Port A is TB1-1 and TB1-2 and Port B is TB1-3 and TB1-4. On the RPT-WF and MIB-WF,
the wire side (Port A) is TB1-1 and TB1-2.

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R41

Tw iste d P air

OFF

SW 2 SW 1
HI

ON

LO

SW3

P o rt
B
P o rt
A
TB 1

To N ext N o d e

A
B
LED1 LED2

+ 2 4V

E a rth

TB 2
N o te: Tw iste d pa ir w irin g
p ola rity ne ed n ot be
o bserve d.

R P T -W

Tw iste d P air
P o rt A
R41

5 4 3 2 1

ON

ON
SW 2

SW 1

O FF

O FF

Tw iste d P air

P o rt
B
P o rt
A
TB 1

SW 3
O FF

SW 2 SW 1
HI
LO

ON

A
B
LED1 LED2
M ou nts to
S IB -N E T
a nd IN A
P2

+ 2 4V

P1

E a rth

TB 2
RXB

RXA

R P T -W

M IB -W

re p e a t7

Figure 9: Connecting RPT-Ws to MIB-W


Note: Wiring from the RPT-W that is situated outside the building:
x

cannot exceed 100 m (3,000 ft)

must be in conduit

cannot cross any power lines

For restrictions on wiring, refer to the Metasys Intelligent Fire Network


Technical Bulletin (LIT-448196) located in the IFC-1010/2020 Technical
Manual (FAN 448).
14 IFC NetworkingRepeaters

To N ext N o de o r R e pe ater

TX A

RXA

P o rt A

RXB

TX B

P o rt B

A
B
LED1 LED2

+ 2 4V

E a rth

TB 2

Fibe r O p tic
C a bles

R P T -F

N o te: M a xim u m a tte nu ation


pe r fib er is10 dB a t
82 0 na no m ete rs.
To N ext
N o de /R e pe ate r

T XB

RXB

T XA

RXA

TX A

RXA

P o rt A

RXB

TX B

P o rt B

A
B
LED1 LED2

+ 2 4V

M ou nts to
S IB -N E T
IN A
P2

E a rth

TB 2
P1

M IB -F

R P T -F
re p e a t8

Figure 10: Connecting RPT-F with MIB-F

IFC NetworkingRepeaters 15

To N ext
N o de /R e pe ate r

T XB

RXB

T XA

RXA

TX A

RXA

P o rt A

RXB

TX B

P o rt B

A
B
LED1 LED2

+ 2 4V

M ou nts to
S IB -N E T
IN A
P2

E a rth

TB 2
P1

M IB -F

N o te: Tw iste d pa ir w irin g


con ne ctio ns a re no t
p ola rity se nsitive.
M axim u m atten ua tion
p er fib er op tic cab le
b etw e en M IB or rep ea te r
m od ules is 10 dB a t
8 20 na no m eters.

Fibe r O p tic
C a bles

R P T -F

RXB

TX B

To N ext N o de
Tw isted P air

P o rt
A
TB 1
R40

P o rt B

SW 1
HI
LO

A
B
LED1 LED2

+ 2 4V

E a rth

TB 2

re p e a t9

R P T -W F

Figure 11: Connecting RPT-WFs with MIBs

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Note: Wiring form the RPT-WF (wire side) that is situated outside the
building:
x

cannot exceed 100 m (3,000 ft)

must be in conduit

cannot cross any power lines

For additional restrictions on wiring, refer to the Metasys Intelligent Fire


Network Technical Bulletin (LIT-448196).

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Notes

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Notes

IFC NetworkingRepeaters 19

Notes

Controls Group
507 E. Michigan Street
P.O. Box 423
Milwaukee, WI 53201

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www.johnsoncontrols.com
FAN 448
IFC-1010/2020 Technical Manual
Release 1.0
Printed in U.S.A.

June 24, 2004

JCI-6880

IFC-3030
Intelligent Addressable
Fire Alarm System
General
The IFC-3030 is an intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel designed for medium- to large-scale facilities. Fire emergency
detection and evacuation are extremely critical to life safety,
and the IFC-3030 is ideally suited for these applications.
The IFC-3030 is ideal for virtually any application because it features a modular design that is configured per project requireS1570
ments. With one to ten Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs), the IFC3030 supports up to 3,180 intelligent addressable devices.
Information is critical to fire evacuation personnel, and the
IFC-3030s large 640-character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
presents vital information to operators concerning a fire situation, fire progression, and evacuation details.
CS118 Vol. 25/
A host of other options are available, including single- or S635 Vol. 46
multichannel voice; firefighters telephone; LED, LCD, or PCbased graphic annunciators; fire or integration networking;
advanced detection products for challenging environments,
345-02-E
and many additional options.
Vol. II

California
State Fire
Marshal
7165-0554:149
7170-0554:150

MEA

One to ten isolated intelligent Signaling Line Circuits (SLC)


Style 4, 6 or 7.
Up to 159 detectors (any mix of ion, photo, laser photo,
thermal, or multi-sensor) and 159 modules (N.O. manual
stations, two-wire smoke, notification, or relay) per SLC.
318 devices per loop/3180 per FACP or network node.
Large 640-character LCD backlit display (16 lines x 40 characters) or display-less (a node on a network).
Network option supports IFC-640, IFC-3030, JNCA network annunciator, or IFW network control station.
UniNet compatible.
Built-in Alarm, Trouble, Security, and Supervisory relays.
Up to 96 input or output panel circuits per FACP or network node; circuits configurable online.
VeriFire Tools online/offline program option.
Application code is saved in Flash memory, eliminating the
need to change EPROMs.
Built-in Degraded Mode option. In the event of a CPU failure, the system is capable of general alarm if a fire condition is present.
Weekly Occupancy Schedules allow changing sensitivity
by time of day and day of week.
Optional universal 2040-point DACT.
EIA-485 annunciators, including custom graphics.
Printer interface (80-column and 40-column printers).
History file with 4000-event capacity in nonvolatile memory,
plus separate 1000-event alarm-only file.
Advanced history filters allow sorting by event, time, date,
or address.
Alarm Verification selection per point, with tally.
Autoprogramming and Walk Test reports.
Positive Alarm Sequence (PAS) Presignal.

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Features

IFC-3030 shown in CAB-C4 backbox


with 640-character display
Silence inhibit and Auto Silence timer options.
March time and temporal signals supported on panel circuits.
Field-programmable on panel or on PC, with VeriFire
Tools program, also check, compare.
Non-alarm points for lower priority functions.
Remote ACK/Signal Silence/System Reset/Drill via monitor modules.
Powerful Boolean logic equations 1000!
Supports SCS Series smoke control system in both HVAC
or FSCS modes.
AWACS, HARSH, NOTIFIRENET, VeriFire are trademarks, and FlashScan, ONYX, UniNet, and VIEW are registered trademarks of NOTIFIER. Acclimate is a trademark of
System Sensor. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. LEXAN is a registered trademark of GE Plastics, a subsidiary of General Electric Company.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes. We try to keep our
product information up-to-date and accurate. We cannot cover all specific applications
or anticipate all requirements. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, contact your
Johnson Controls Field Support Center.
507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Made in the U.S.A.

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EIA-232 printer port.


EIA-485 annunciator port.
640-character display features:
Backlit, 640-character display.
Program keypad: full QWERTY keypad.
Up to nine users, each with a password and selectable
access levels.
10 LED indicators: Power; Fire Alarm; Pre-Alarm; Security; Supervisory; System Trouble; Other Event; Signals Silenced; Point Disabled; CPU Failure.
Membrane Switch Controls: Acknowledge; Signal Silence; Drill; System Reset; Lamp Test.
LCD Display: 640 characters (16 x 40) with long-life
LED backlight.
FlashScan intelligent features:
Poll 318 devices on each loop in less than two seconds.
Activate up to 159 outputs in less than five seconds.
Multicolor LEDs blink device address during Walk Test.
Fully digital, high-precision protocol (U.S. Patent
5,539,389).
Manual sensitivity adjustment nine levels.
Pre-alarm AWACS nine levels.
Sensitivity windows:
Ion 0.5 to 2.5%/foot obscuration.
Photo 0.5 to 2.35%/foot obscuration.
Laser (VIEW) 0.02 to 2.0%/foot obscuration.
Acclimate 0.5 to 4.0%/foot obscuration.
HARSH 0.5 to 2.35%/foot obscuration.
Drift compensation (U.S. Patent 5,764,142).
Multi-detector algorithm involves nearby detectors in
alarm decision (U.S. Patent 5,627,515).
Automatic detector sensitivity testing.
Maintenance alert (two levels).
Self-optimizing pre-alarm.

Programmable activation of sounder/relay bases during alarm or pre-alarm.


Read Status displays the level of detector cleanliness.
VIEW Very Intelligent Early Warning smoke detection
technology:
Revolutionary spot laser design.
Advanced AWACS algorithms differentiate between
smoke and non-smoke signals (U.S. Patent 5,831,524).
Addressable operation pinpoints the fire location.
No moving parts to fail or filters to change.
Early warning performance comparable to the best aspiration systems at a fraction of the lifetime cost.
Acclimate low-profile intelligent multi-sensor:
Detector automatically adjusts sensitivity levels without operator intervention or programming. Sensitivity
increases with heat.
Microprocessor-based technology; combination photo
and thermal technology.
Low-temperature signal at 40F 5F (4.44C 2.77C).
RFX Wireless Interface System:
Allows protection in areas where the use of wire is uneconomical or unpractical.
Allows communication with wireless smoke detectors
and wireless monitor modules; each RFX unit and detector is assigned an address.
Requires 24 VDC from SLC or system auxiliary power.
HARSH Hostile-Area Smoke Head:
Provides early warning of smoke detection in environment
where traditional smoke detectors are not practical.
The detector's filters remove particulates down to 30
microns in size.
Intake fan draws air into photo chamber, while airborne
particles and water mist are removed.
Requires auxiliary 24 VDC from system or remote power
supply.

Sample System Options

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Releasing features:
Ten independent hazards.
Sophisticated cross-zone (three options).
Delay timer and Discharge timers (adjustable).
Abort (four options).
Voice and telephone features:
Solid state message generation.
Hard-wired voice control module options.
Firefighter telephone option.
30- to 120-watt high-efficiency amplifiers (AA Series).
Backup tone generator and amplifier option.
Multichannel voice transponder (XPIQ).

FlashScan Exclusive New


World-Leading Detector Protocol
At the heart of the IFC-3030 is a set of detection devices and
device protocol FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389).
FlashScan is an all-digital protocol that gives superior precision and high noise immunity.

Self-Optimizing Pre-Alarm. Each detector may be


set for Self-Optimizing pre-alarm. In this special mode, the
detector learns its normal environment, measuring the peak
analog readings over a long period of time, and setting the
pre-alarm level just above these normal peaks.

Cooperating Multi-Detector Sensing. A patented


feature of AWACS is the ability of a smoke sensor to consider readings from nearby sensors in making alarm or prealarm decisions. Without statistical sacrifice in the ability to
resist false alarms, it allows a sensor to increase its sensitivity to actual smoke by a factor of almost two to one.

Field Programming Options


Autoprogram is a timesaving feature of the IFC-3030. It
is a special software routine that allows the IFC-3030 to
learn what devices are physically connected and automatically load them in the program with default values for all
parameters. Requiring less than one minute to run, this routine allows the user to have almost immediate fire protection
in a new installation, even if only a portion of the detectors
are installed.

As well as giving quick identification of an active input device, this new protocol can also activate many output devices
in a fraction of the time required by competitive protocols.
This high speed also allows the IFC-3030 to have the largest
device per loop capacity in the industry 318 points yet
every input and output device is sampled in less than two
seconds. The microprocessor-based FlashScan detectors
have bicolor LEDs that can be coded to provide diagnostic
information, such as device address during Walk Test.

Keypad Program Edit. The IFC-3030 has the exclu-

AWACS Advanced Warning


Addressable Combustion Sensing

VeriFire Tools is an offline programming and test


utility that can greatly reduce installation programming time,
and increase confidence in the site-specific software. It is
Windows based and provides technologically advanced
capabilities to aid the installer. The installer may create the
entire program for the IFC-3030 in the comfort of the office,
test it, store a backup file, then bring it to the site and
download from a laptop into the panel.

AWACS is a set of software algorithms that provide the


IFC-3030 with industry-leading smoke detection capability.
These complex algorithms require many calculations on each
reading of each detector, and are made possible by the very
high-speed microcomputer used by the IFC-3030.
Drift Compensation and Smoothing. Drift compensation allows the detector to retain its original ability to
detect actual smoke, and resist false alarms, even as dirt accumulates. It reduces maintenance requirements by allowing the system to automatically perform the periodic sensitivity measurements required by NFPA Code 72. Smoothing
filters are also provided by software to remove transient noise
signals, usually caused by electrical interference.
Maintenance Warnings. When the drift compensation performed for a detector reaches a certain level, the performance of the detector may be compromised, and special
warnings are given. There are three warning levels: (1) Low
Chamber value, usually indicative of a hardware problem in
the detector; (2) Maintenance Alert, indicative of dust accumulation that is near but
below the allowed limit; (3) Maintenance
Urgent, indicative of dust accumulation
above the allowed limit.
Sensitivity Adjust. Nine sensitivity
levels are provided for alarm detection.
These levels can be set manually, or can
change automatically between day and
night. Nine levels of pre-alarm sensitivity
can also be selected, based on predetermined levels of alarm. Pre-alarm operation
can be latching or self-restoring, and can
be used to activate special control functions.

sive feature of program creation and editing capability from


the front panel keypad, while continuing to provide fire
protection. The architecture of the IFC-3030 software is
such that each point entry carries its own program, including
control-by-event links to other points. This allows the program to be entered with independent per-point segments,
while the IFC-3030 simultaneously monitors other (already
installed) points for alarm conditions.

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Autoprogram Confirmation screen (SLCs)


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JCPU-3030, shown without keyboard/display


The control panel electronics are contained on one printed circuit board (PCB) that
holds the central processing unit (JCPU-3030). The JCPU-3030 can be purchased
with or without keypad and display; connections are identical on both versions. Diagram shows location of connections, switches, jumpers, and LEDs on the circuit board.

Network
Diagram

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Placement of Equipment
in Chassis and Cabinet
The following guidelines outline the IFC-3030s flexible system design.

Rows: The first row of equipment in the cabinet mounts in


chassis CHS-M3. Mount the second, third, or fourth rows of
equipment in chassis CHS-4MB (see IFC-3030 Installation
Manual regarding panel output modules) or CHS-4L (for voice
components, see Voice Alarm System Manual).

Expansion: Loop Control Module LCM-320 adds SLC


loops to the IFC-3030; the Loop Expander
Module LEM-320 expands an LCM-320;
adding another loop. The IFC-3030 supports
up to five LCMs and up to five LEMs. Other
option boards include the NCM-W, NCM-F,
and the TM-4. Panel modules include CRM4RK, DCM-4RK, ICM-4RK, IZE-A, IZM-8RK,
VCM-4RK, and their respective expanders.

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Wiring: When designing the cabinet layout, consider separation of power-limited and non-power-limited wiring as discussed in the IFC-3030 Installation Manual.
Positions: A chassis offers four basic side-by-side positions for components; the number of modules that can be
mounted in each position depends on the chassis model and
the size of the individual module. There are a variety of standoffs and hardware items available for different combinations
and configurations of components.

It is critical that all mounting holes of the IFC-3030 are


secured with a screw or standoff to ensure continuity of
Earth Ground.
Layers: The JCPU-3030 mounts in chassis CHS-M3 in the
top row of the cabinet. The JCPU-3030 and its optional display occupy the left half of the chassis (positions 1 and 2). If
JNCA is used, it may be door-mounted in front of a displayless
JCPU-3030ND. The right half (positions 3 and 4) of CHS-M3
can hold up to four layers of equipment including annunciators, panel output modules, and option boards. The BMP-1
Blank Module Plate covers unused positions and also provides a location to door-mount some option boards. Second,
third, and fourth tiers of equipment use any chassis compatible with CAB-4 Series backboxes, such as the CHS-4MB.
Some equipment, such as the JNCA and annunciators, can be
door-mounted; refer to equipment documentation for details.

Agency Listings and Approvals


See the first page of this data sheet for listing agencies and
file numbers. These listings and approvals apply to the basic
IFC-3030 control panel. In some cases, certain modules may
not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may be in
process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
The IFC-3030 complies with UL Standards 864 (Fire) and 1076
(Burglary). It is designed to meet NFPA 72 Local, Auxiliary,
Remote Station, Proprietary, and Emergency Voice/Alarm Fire
System Requirements.

Specifications
Primary input power, AMPS-24: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3.0
amps. AMPS-24E: 220/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 Amps.
Total output 24 V power: 4.5 A in alarm.*
General purpose power: 1.0 A.
Battery charger range: 25 AH 200 AH. Use separate cabinet for batteries over 25 AH.
Float Rate: 27.6 V.
Temperature and humidity ranges: This system meets NFPA
requirements for operation at 0C to 49C (32F to 120F);

and at a relative humidity (noncondensing) of 85% at 30C


(86F) per NFPA, and 93% 2% at 32C 2C (89.6F
1.1F) per ULC. However, the useful life of the systems
standby batteries and the electronic components may be
adversely affected by extreme temperature ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this system and
all peripherals be installed in an environment with a nominal
room temperature of 15C to 27C (60F to 80F).
*Note: The power supply has a total of 4.5 Amps of available power.

System Capacity

Intelligent Signaling Line Circuits ........ 1 expandable to 10


Intelligent detectors ......................................... 159 per loop
Addressable monitor/control modules ............ 159 per loop
Programmable input
and output panel circuits ................................................. 96
Programmable software zones ........................... over 2000
ACS annunciators
per JCPU-3030 .................... 32 address x 64 or 96* points

*Note: The JCPU-3030 can support up to 96 annunciator address


points per ACM-24AT/-48A.
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PRODUCT LINE INFORMATION

Configuration Guidelines
Network Options
Power Supplies
System Modules
Audio Options
Compatible Devices, EIA-232 Ports
Compatible Devices, EIA-485 Ports
Compatible Intelligent Devices
Other Options

Configuration Guidelines
Stand-alone and network systems require a main display. On
single-CPU systems (one IFC-3030), the display option is the
JCPU-3030D. On network systems (two or more IFC-3030s
and/or IFC-640s), at least one JNCA or IFW annunciation device is required. Options listed as follows:
JCPU-3030D: IFC-3030 Primary Display. JCPU-3030D
ships with keypad/display installed; includes 640-character
backlit LCD display, QWERTY programming and control keypad. JCPU-3030 is a central processing unit and requires an
AMPS-24(E) power supply.
JCPU-3030ND: JCPU-3030 without display.
JVeriFire-TCD: VeriFire Tools CD-ROM. Contains programming software for the IFC-3030, IFC-640, JNCA, and
XPIQ. Includes local panel connection cable. Programming PC
requires a serial port connection. See VeriFire Tools technical bulletin.
LCM-320: Loop Control Module. Adds SLCs to 3030; 3030
supports up to 5 LCM-320s and 5 LEM-320s. See LCM/LEM320 technical bulletin.
LEM-320: Loop Expander Module. Expands each LCM used
on the 3030. See LCM/LEM-320 technical bulletin.
CHS-M3: Mounting chassis for JCPU-3030. One required
for each JCPU-3030D/3030ND.
DP-DISP: Dress panel for top row in cabinet with JCPU3030D installed.
BMP-1: Blank module for unused module positions.
Sample system: Four-loop IFC-3030 with display: JCPU-3030D,
DP-DISP, two BMP-1s, CHS-M3, two LCM-320s, two LEM-320s,
AMPS-24, SBB-A4, JDR-A4, BP-4, BB-100, and batteries.

Network Options
JNCA: Network Control Annunciator, 640 characters. An alternate primary display for JCPU-3030 can be provided by the
JNCA or the IFW. Using JNCA as primary display enables nonEnglish languages. When used on single JCPU-3030 systems,
the JNCA is the Primary Display for the panel and connects
directly to the JCPU-3030. On network systems (two or more
JCPU-3030s), one network display (either JNCA or IFW) is
required for every system. On network systems, the JNCA connects (and requires) an NCM network communications module. Mounts in a row of FACP node or in two annunciator positions. Mounting options include the DP-DISP, ADP-4B, or in
an annunciator box, such as the JABS-2D. In CAB-4 top-row
applications, a DP-DISP and two BMP-1 blank modules are
required for mounting. See JNCA technical bulletin.
NCM-W: Network Communications Module, Wire. Order one
NCM per network node (JCPU-3030 or JNCA). See NCM technical bulletin.
NCM-F: Network Communications Module, Fiber. Order one
NCM per network node (JCPU-3030 or JNCA). See NCM technical bulletin.
RPT-W: repeater board; wire connection.
RPT-F: repeater board; fiber connection.
RPT-WF: repeater board; allows a change in media type
between wire and fiber.
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IFW-W: Intelligent Fire Workstation (network control station),


Wire. UL-Listed graphics PC with mouse, 17" color flat-screen
LCD monitor. Order as necessary for network systems. Each
IFW consumes one of 103 network addresses. See IFW technical bulletin.
IFW-F: Intelligent Fire Workstation (network control station),
Fiber. UL-Listed graphics PC with mouse, 17" color flat-screen
LCD monitor. Order as necessary for network systems. Each
IFW consumes one of 103 network addresses. See IFW technical bulletin.

Power Supplies
AMPS-24(E): One required for each IFC-3030. Addressable power supply and battery charger with two 24 VDC outputs. Addressable by any FlashScan or CLIP mode FACP.
Charges 25 to 200 AH batteries. Occupies up to four addresses
on an SLC, depending on configuration. Primary input power
for panel; AMPS-24: 110-120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 4.5 A maximum.
AMPS-24E: 220/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.25 A maximum. See
AMPS-24 technical bulletin.
BB-100: Battery and power supply backbox. The BB-100
mounts the AMPS-24(E) power supply (when the main power
supply does not mount in the main cabinet). It also mounts up to
two PS/BAT-121000 100-AH batteries. 30" (76.20 cm) wide x 25"
(63.50 cm) high x 7.5" (19.05 cm) deep; depth includes door.
BB-200: Battery and power supply backbox. The BB-200
mounts the AMPS-24(E) power supply (when the main power
supply does not mount in the main cabinet). It also mounts up
to four PS/BAT-121000 100-AH batteries. 30" (76.20 cm) wide x
36" (91.44 cm) high x 7.5" (19.05 cm) deep; depth includes door.
NFS-LBB: Battery Box (required for batteries over 25 AH).
Dimensions: Box: 24" (610 mm) wide x 14" (356 mm) high x
7.75" (197 mm) deep. Door: 24.125" (613 mm) wide x 14.25"
(362 mm) high; door adds 0.0625" (approx. 1.6 mm) to depth.
APS-6R: Auxiliary Power Supply (expander). Provides up to
6.0 amperes of regulated power for compatible Notification appliance circuits. Includes battery input and transfer relay, and
overcurrent protection. Mounts on one of four positions on a
CHS-4L or CHS-4 chassis.
ACPS-2406: six-amp addressable charger power supply.
See ACPS-2406 technical bulletin.
FCPS-24: The FCPS-24 is a remote six-amp (four-amp continuous) repeater/power supply.
FCPS-24S6/-24S8: Remote six-amp and eight-amp power
supplies with battery charger. See FCPS-24S6/-24S8 technical bulletin.
BAT Series: IFC-3030 utilizes two 12 volt, 12 to 55 AH
batteries.
PS Series: IFC-3030 utilizes two 12 volt, 25 to 200 AH
batteries.

System Modules
The IFC-3030 includes the ability to communicate with up to
twelve conventional modules each with up to eight circuits. Any
mix of initiating, notification, relay, speaker, or telephone may
be used. Choose any combination of up to eight input (IZM/
IZE) or output modules: ICM/ICE, CRM/CRE, DCM or VCM/
VCE. Panel modules mount on either: the two far-right positions of the CHS-M3 (next to the primary display); or on any of
the four positions on the CHS-4N chassis (CHS-4MN kit required). NOTES: 1) These modules/expanders are NOT to
be used for releasing applications. 2) For additional information on these panel circuit modules and expanders, see
Panel Circuit Modules technical bulletin.
CHS-4MB: Expansion Chassis. Mounts up to four modules.
Includes CHS-4N, MP-1B (Module Dress Panel), and Expander
Ribbon Cable.
IZM-8RK and IZE-A: The IZM-8RK includes eight Class
B (Style B) Initiating Zones (Initiating Device Circuits) that can
be selected for Class A/B with the addition of an IZE-A expander module. Each IZM/IZE zone can be programmed for a

variety of initiating devices functions including: dry contact input,


two-wire smoke detection, flow, tamper, non-fire, and many
others. The IZM-8RK (with optional IZE-A) mounts in one of
four possible positions on the CHS-4N mounting chassis. IZE-A
Initiating Zone Expander; when used with IZM-8RK, provides
eight Style D (Class A) alarm initiating circuits.
ICM-4RK: Notification Appliance Circuit Module, provides
four Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) alarm Notification
Appliance Circuits. Maximum signaling current is 3.0 amps per
circuit or 6.0 amps per module, subject to power supply limitations (includes auxiliary power harness, ELRs and slide-in labels). Includes ON/OFF controls and ON/OFF LEDs.
ICE-4: Notification Appliance Circuit Expander, expands ICM-4
to provide a total of eight Style Y or Style Z alarm Notification
Appliance Circuits. Circuit ratings are same as ICM-4. Note:
maximum of one per ICM-4RK. May also be used to add four
Notification Appliance Circuits to VCM-4.
CRM-4RK: Control Relay Module, four Form-C relay contacts, rated at 5.0 A, 120 VAC or 28 VDC (resistive) per circuit.
Includes manual ON/OFF controls and LEDs.
CRE-4: Control Relay Expander, expands CRM-4 to provide
a total of eight Form-C relay contacts. Note: maximum of one
per CRM-4RK. May also be connected to add four relays to
ICM-4 or VCM-4.
VCM-4RK: Voice Control Module provides four Style Y
(25 and 70 VRMS) and Style Z (25 VRMS only) speaker circuits,
eight manual select switches and indicators, slide-in labels,
and plug-in terminal blocks. Move jumper to convert to telephone circuits with remote ring signal and local call-in flash.
May be expanded to eight circuits with VCE-4, ICE-4, or CRE-4.
VCE-4: Voice Control Expander adds four circuits to VCM-4.
Note: VCM-4/ VCE-4 combination must be eight speaker or
eight phone circuits.
DCM-4RK: Dual Channel Module provides four Class B
(Style Y, 25 and 70 VRMS) or Class A (Style Z, 25 VRMS only)
speaker circuits plus four channel A/B select relays. Not expandable.
ARM-4: Auxiliary Relay Module, four Form-C relays controlled
by a relay module (CRM-4 or CRE-4). N.O. contacts rated 20
amps; N.C. contacts rated 10 amps at 125 VAC and 30 VDC.
Note: maximum of one for each CRM-4 or CRE-4.

Audio Options
JVCC-1B: Voice Control Center. Provides a variety of userselectable tones on a single channel. Up to two different tones
or messages may be selected on a single channel. Also provides optional digital voice message capability and on-site programmable voice messages. Includes Audio Message Generator (AMG-1) microphone, cables, dress panels, and instructions.
JVTCC-1B: Voice/Telephone Control Center. Provides all
that the JVCC-1(B) provides plus two-way Fire Fighters Telephone (FFT-7) capability.
JTCC-1B: Telephone Control Center. Provides a stand-alone
two-way Fire Fighters telephone (FFT-7S). Includes cables, dress
panel and instructions.
AMG-E: Audio Message Generator (without microphone). Order in addition to JVCC-1(B) or JVTCC-1(B) if two-channel system is required.
FFT-7/FFT-7S: Fire Fighters Telephone control with master handset.
FTM-1: Firephone Control Module connects a remote firefighter
telephone to a centralized telephone console. Reports status to
panel. Wiring to jacks and handsets is supervised.
RM-1/RM-1SA: Remote microphone assemblies, mount on
ADP-4 (RM-1) dress panel or CAB-RM/-RMR (RM-1SA) standalone cabinets.
AA-30: Audio Amplifier, 30 watts. Switch-mode power. Includes amplifier and audio input supervision, backup input, and
automatic switchover, power supply, cables.

AA-120/AA-100: Audio Amplifier provides up to 120 watts


of 25 VRMS audio power. The amplifier contains an integral
chassis for mounting to a CAB-B4, -C4, or -D4 backbox (consumes one row). Switch-mode power. Includes audio input and
amplified output supervision, backup input, and automatic
switchover to backup tone. Order the AA-100 for 70.7 VRMS
systems and 100 watts of power.
VROM-(n): Factory-programmed message for installation in
AMG-1. Provides up to 24 seconds of evacuation message on
nonvolatile memory chip. Choose one of many standard messages available. Up to two of these messages may be installed
in one AMG. Includes VROM, instructions for installation and
operation, and written text of message.
VRAM-1: Field-programmed memory to be installed in
AMG-1. Provides up to 24 seconds of field-programmable
evacuation message on nonvolatile memory chip. Message is
programmed from microphone or cassette tape. Up to two of
these nonvolatile memory chips may be installed in one AMG.
Includes VRAM and instructions for installation and operation.
XP Series: The XP Series Transponder provides conventional monitor and control points (CLIP mode only).
XPIQ: The XPIQ quad intelligent voice transponder for distributed multichannel voice evacuation systems, an integrated
audio amplification and distribution subsystem controlled by
FACP. Capable of playing up to four simultaneous messages.
Accepts up to four 25-watt amplifiers.

Compatible Devices, EIA-232 Ports


JPRN-5: 80-column printer. See JPRN-5 technical bulletin.
JPRN-6: 80-column printer. See JPRN-6 technical bulletin.
VS4095/S2: Printer, 40-column, 24 V. Order from Keltron,
Inc.

Compatible Devices, EIA-485 Ports


ACS Series: Annunciator Control Modules ACM-16AT,
AEM-16AT, ACM-32A, and AEM-32A.

ACM-24AT: ACS Series annunciator for IFC-640 and IFC3030 up to 96 points of annunciation with Alarm or Active
LED, Trouble LED, and switch per circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs
can be programmed (by powered-up switch selection) by point
to be red, green, or yellow; the Trouble LED is always yellow.
See ACS Series Annunciator technical bulletin.
AEM-24AT: Same LED and switch capabilities as ACM24AT, expands the ACM-24AT to 48, 72, or 96 points. See
ACS Series Annunciator technical bulletin.
ACM-48A: ACS Series annunciator for IFC-640 and IFC3030 up to 96 points of annunciation with Alarm or Active
LED per circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs can be programmed (by
powered-up switch selection) in groups of 24 to be red, green,
or yellow. Expandable to 96 points with one AEM-48A. See
ACS Series Annunciator technical bulletin.
AEM-48A: Same LED capabilities as ACM-48A, expands
the ACM-48A to 96 points. See ACS Series Annunciator
technical bulletin.
ACM-8R: Remote Relay Module with eight Form-C contacts.
Can be located up to 6,000 ft. (1828.8 m) from panel on four
wires.
LCD-80: Liquid Crystal Display annunciator, 80-characters
backlit. Use in ACS mode only. See LCD-80 technical bulletin.
LCD-160: Liquid Crystal Display annunciator, 160-character
backlit. Can store character sets for multiple languages. Supports Canadian requirements.
LDM Series: Lamp Driver Modules LDM-32, LDM-E32, and
LDM-R32.
RFX: Wireless interface system. See RFX technical bulletin.
RPT-485 Series: Repeats EIA-485 over twisted pair or
converts to fiber-optic medium; repeater, isolator and/or fiberoptic modem.
SCS Series: Smoke control station; eight (expandable to
16) circuits.
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TM-4: Transmitter Module. Includes three reverse-polarity circuits and one municipal box circuit. Mounts in panel module
position (as in single-address mode applications) or in CHSM3 position. See TM-4 technical bulletin.
UDACT: Universal Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter,
636 channel.
UZC-256: Programmable Universal Zone Coder provides
positive non-interfering successive zone coding. Microprocessor-controlled, field-programmable from IBM-compatible PCs
(requires optional programming kit).

Compatible Intelligent Devices


1951J: Low-profile FlashScan ionization detector, will replace 1351J.

1351J: Low-profile FlashScan ionization detector.


2951J: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector, will
replace 2351J.

2351J: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector.


2951TJ: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector with
135F (57C) thermal, will replace 2351TJ.
2351TJ: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector with
135F (57C) thermal.
5951J: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C), will replace 5351J.
5351J: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C).
5951RJ: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C) with
rate-of-rise, will replace 5351RJ.
5351RJ: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C) with
rate-of-rise.
5951HJ: FlashScan 190F (88C) high-temperature thermal detector.
DH300P: FlashScan photo duct detector with housing.
DH300PL: Low-flow FlashScan photo duct detector with
housing, will replace DH300P.
DH300RP: FlashScan photo duct detector with relay and
housing.
DH300RPL: Low-flow FlashScan photo duct detector with
relay and housing, will replace DH300RP.
2951TMJ: FlashScan Acclimate low-profile multisensor
detector, will replace 2351TMJ.
2351TMJ: Acclimate low-profile multisensor detector.
FTX-P2J: FlashScan HARSH Hostile Area Smoke Head.
FTX-P1J: HARSH Hostile Area Smoke Head, CLIP only.
7351LJ: FlashScan VIEW laser photo detector.
7251J: Low-profile VIEW laser photo detector, CLIP only.

B224RB: Low-profile relay base.


B224BI: Isolator base for low-profile detectors.
B210LPJ: Low-profile base. Standard U.S. style.
B501J: European-style, 4" (10.16 cm) base.
B710HD: Base for FTX-P2J HARSH detector above.
M300MJ: FlashScan monitor module.
M300DJ: FlashScan dual monitor module.
M302MJ: FlashScan two-wire detector monitor module.
M301MJ: FlashScan miniature monitor module.
M300CJ: FlashScan NAC control module.
M300RJ: FlashScan relay module.
M300SMJ: FlashScan pull station monitor module.
JBG-12LX: Manual fire alarm station, addressable.
M500XJ: Isolator module.
XP Series: Transponders, provide conventional monitor and
control points (CLIP mode only).
XP5-M: FlashScan transponder, five monitor points.
XP5-C: FlashScan transponder, five control points or
Form-C relays.
XP6-C: Six-supervised control module; monitors wiring to devices that require external power supply to operate.
XP6-MA: Six-zone module for interface between intelligent
alarm system and a two-wire conventional detection zone.
XP6-R: Six (Form-C)-relay control module.
XP10-M: Ten-input monitor module; interface between a control panel and normally-open contact devices.
XPIQ: Intelligent quad transponder.

Other Options
DPI-232: Direct Panel Interface, specialized modem for extending serial data links to remotely located FACPs and/or
peripherals.
CHS-4N: Chassis for mounting up to four APS-6Rs.
CHS-4L : Low-profile four-position Chassis. Mounts two
AA-30 amplifiers or one AMG-E and one AA-30.
DP-1B: Blank Dress panel. Provides dead-front panel for unused tiers or to cover AA-30, AA-120, or AMG-E.
CAB-4 Series: The CAB-4 Series cabinets are fabricated
from 16-gauge steel with unique full-front LEXAN, reversesilk-screened for durability. The cabinet assembly consists of
two basic parts: a Backbox (SBB-_4), and a Locking Door (JDR_4) that may hinge right or left. Cabinets are available in four
sizes, A through D, with one to four tiers. A trim ring option
is available for semi-flush mounting.
Other options as listed in previous sections. Technical
bulletins are available for many of these products.

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Product Bulletin
Issue Date

July 26, 2004

IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm System

The IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm


Control Panel provides a fire alarm system consisting
of intelligent (analog) addressable detectors and
addressable detectors and addressable modules
connected to the panel on one of two Signaling Line
Circuits (SLCs). As a stand-alone or small-to-large
system or as a large Integrated Fire Network (IFN), the
IFC-640 meets virtually every application requirement.
Designed with modularity and for ease-of-system
planning, you can configure the IFC-640 with just a
few devices for small building applications or for a
large campus or high-rise application. Simply add
additional peripheral equipment to suit the application.
Figure 1: IFC-640 Shown in CAB-B4 with Network
Control Annunciator (JCNA) 640-Character Display

Features and Benefits

T Distributed, Scalable
System

T FlashScan Detector
Technology

T Multiple Annunciation
Options

T Autoprogramming

2004 Johnson Controls, Inc.


Code No. LIT-1201155

Provides a variety of options when defining a


system
Polls detectors and modules faster than
traditional protocols with the all digital protocol
Provides annunciation for many different
applications and various price points
Reduces the time and cost to program the
system, accelerating installation time

FlashScan Intelligent Technology


Features

VIEW Smoke Detection Technology


Features

The following lists FlashScan intelligent technology


features:

The following lists smoke detection technology


features:

318 devices polled in fewer than 2 seconds

maximum of 159 outputs activated in fewer than


2 seconds

8 devices polled in fewer than 2 seconds


revolutionary spot laser design

AWACS algorithms that differentiate between


smoke and non-smoke signals (U.S. Patent
5,831,524)

addressable operation that pinpoints the fire


location

no moving parts to fail or filters to change

early warning performance comparable to the best


aspiration systems at a fraction of the lifetime cost

multicolor Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) blink


device address during Walk Test

fully digital, high-precision protocol


(U.S. Patent 5,539,389)

manual detector sensitivity adjustment (9 levels)

pre-alarm Advanced Warning Addressable


Combustion Sensing (AWACS) algorithms
(9 levels)

day/night automatic sensitivity adjustment

sensitivity windows:
- Ion: 0.5 to 2.5% per foot obscuration

Acclimate Plus Low-Profile Intelligent


Multi-sensor Features
The following lists multi-sensor features:

detector that automatically adjusts sensitivity


levels without operator intervention or
programming. Sensitivity increases with higher
ambient temperature.

microprocessor-based technology; combination


photo and thermal technology

FlashScan protocol or classic mode Signaling Line


Circuit (SLC) communication protocol compatible
with IFC-640

freeze warning signal at 40F (4.44C) +/-5F


(2.77C)

- Photo: 0.5 to 2.35% per foot obscuration


- Laser (Very Intelligent Early Warning [VIEW]
smoke detection): 0.03 to 1.0% per foot
obscuration
- Acclimate Plus low-profile intelligent
multi-sensor: 0.5 to 4.0% per foot obscuration
- HARSH Intelligent smoke detection: 0.5 to
2.35% per foot obscuration

drift compensation (U.S. Patent 5,764,142)

degraded mode: In the unlikely event that the


JCPU-640 microprocessor fails,
FlashScan detectors revert to simplified operation
and can activate the JCPU-640 Notification
Appliance Circuits (NACs) and alarm relay. Each
circuit includes a Disable/Enable switch for this
feature.

multi-detector algorithm involves nearby detectors


in alarm decision (U.S. Patent 5,627,515)

Releasing Features
The following lists releasing features:

ten independent hazards

sophisticated cross zone (three options)

delay timer and discharge timers (adjustable)

abort (four options)

low-pressure CO2 listed

automatic detector test (meets National Fire


Protection Association [NFPA] 72)

detector maintenance alert (two levels)

self-optimizing pre-alarm

IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm System Product Bulletin

Voice and Telephone Features

non-alarm points for lower priority functions

The following lists voice and telephone features:

remote ACK/silence/reset/drill via monitor modules

solid-state message generation

hard-wired voice control module options

automatic time control functions with holiday


exceptions

Fire Fighters Telephone option

Surface Mount Technology (SMT) electronics

30- to 120-watt high-efficiency amplifiers


(AA Series)

extensive, built-in transient protection

combo Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) zone that


connects tamper and water flow detectors to a
common monitor module

powerful Boolean logic interlock/control equations

backup tone generator and amplifier option

multi-channel voice transponder (XPIQ)

General System Features


The following lists general system features:

optional universal 636-point Digital Alarm


Communicator Transmitter (DACT)

80-character remote annunciators (up to 32)

EIA-485 annunciators, including custom graphics

printer interface (80-column and 40-column


printers)

history file with 800-event capacity in nonvolatile


memory, plus separate 200-event alarm-only file

alarm verification selection per point with incident


tally

autoprogramming and walk test reports

Positive Alarm Sequence (PAS) Presignal

silence inhibit and auto silence timer options

March time/temporal/California/two-stage
coding/strobe synchronization for NACs

field programmable on panel or on Personal


Computer (PC), with Veri-Fire Tools program
utility that includes check, compare, and simulate
functions

full QWERTY keypad with the optional KDM-2


keyboard/display

JNCA 640-Character Display Features


The following lists JNCA 640-character display
features:

backlit, 640-character display

Smoke Control System (SCS) Series support in


the Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
(HVAC) mode or in a Fire Fighters Smoke Control
Station mode through a JCNA

EIA-232 printer and Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)


ports

EIA-485 ACS mode and Terminal mode


annunciator ports

alarm, trouble, supervisory, and security Form-C


relays

High-Efficiency Offline Switching


3.0 Amperes Power Supply
(6.0 A in Alarm) Features
The following lists high-efficiency offline switching
features:

120 or 220/240 VAC power input options

charger for up to 90 hours of standby power

battery current/voltage on panel (with display)

IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm System Product Bulletin

SLC Intelligent Circuit 1


FIRE

Devices
Compatible Addressable
Smoke/Heat Detectors

M300RJ
JBG-12LX
XP6-C
M300MJ
XP10-M
IDC
Relay Contact
SLC Intelligent Circuit 2

LCD-80/
LCD-80TM

FDU-80

LCD-80
RS-485

Compatible Addressable
Smoke/Heat Detectors

KDM-2
Keyboard/Display

FIRE

Devices

M300CJ XP10-M XP6-C


JBG-12LX
M300MJ
IDC
NAC

RS-485

NCA Display or
No Display in the
Panel.

ACM/AEM-24AT
LED Annunciator

Optional 636 point UDACT


RS-232 Terminal

IFC-640
Shown in CAB-C4 with KDM-2
Keyboard/Display and
voice alarm system

RS-232
Printer (JPRN)

CRT-2 Terminal

Figure 2: System Options Block Diagram

XPIQ

2048 Annunciator/Control Points

ACM-8R
Relay Control

Up to 64 Fully
Programmable
Output Circuits.

XPIQ

IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm System Product Bulletin

LDM-32
Custom Graphics
Dual Phone
Lines to
Central
Station.
system options

Up to 32
Remote
Displays.

TB7
N1
DC Power
J8
Zone
Code
Input

Tb6 N5
NAC #1

TB9
Trouble
Relay

TB13
EIA-485 Tb15
EIA-232
ACS
CRT-2
Mode

TB11
Security
Relay

TB16
SLC #1
Connections
(detectors,
modules,
supervised)

TB12
EIA-485
TB14
Terminal
TB8
TB10
EIA-232
Alarm Supervisory Mode
(supervised) Printer
Relay Relay

N2

NAC LEDs
(Tb5, 4,
3 also)

N2

N3
N4

Tb5 N5
NAC #2
Tb4 N5
NAC #3
N5

Tb3
NAC #4

J4, J5, J6 behind


display

D54 System Status LEDs,


SW2 (Acknowledge),
SW3 (Signal Silence),
SW4 (Reset) are for No
Keyboard Operation

KDM-2
Panel Circuit
Connector KDM-2 Keyboard
Modules,(supervised)

J10
Security
Tamper
Switch

Indicators and Switches at the bottom of the main circuit


board, from left to right:
D54 (AC On LED); Control Switches SW2 (Acknowledge),
Sw3 (Silence), Sw4 (Reset); and System Status Indicator
LEDs (for No-Keyboard Operation) behind display
N1: 24 VDC power-limited, both resettable and non-resettable available.
N2: Relay Switches
N3: Network (NUP, power-limited, supervised)
N4: General Board Earth Fault Jumper
N5: All NAC circuits power-limited and supervised, and each NAC TB
has an NAC LED to the right of it.

J11
Auxiliary
Trouble
Input

JCPU-640

Disable/Enable
Switches for
NAC Circuit.
Degraded Mode
behind display. Tb2
AC
Power
Connection
TB1
Battery
Connection
(overcurrent protected)

Figure 3: JCPU-640 Shown with KDM-2 Keyboard/Display

IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm System Product Bulletin

IFW

24 V

IFC-640

ACS

JPRN

IFC-640
LCD-80

IFW

JPRN

Optional
Style 7
Connection
JPRN
JNCA

Speaker
Phones

Annunciator Control
System (ACS)

Speaker
Phones

Figure 4: Integrated Fire Network Diagram

Exclusive New World-Leading FlashScan


Detector Protocol
At the heart of the IFC-640 is a set of detection
devices and device Signaling Line Circuit (SLC)
protocol: FlashScan technology
(U.S. Patent 5,539,389). The FlashScan detector has
an all-digital SLC communication protocol that gives
superior precision and high noise immunity.
As well as quick identification of an active input device,
this new protocol can also activate many output
devices in a fraction of the time required by
competitive protocols. This high speed also allows the
IFC-640 to have the largest device per SLC capacity in
the industry (318 points); yet, every input and output
device is sampled in fewer than 2 seconds. The
microprocessor-based FlashScan detectors have
bicolor LEDs that can be coded to provide diagnostic
information, such as device address during Walk Test.

Advanced Warning Addressable


Combustion Sensing (AWACS)
Algorithms
AWACS software algorithms provide the IFC-640 with
industry leading smoke detection capability. These
sophisticated algorithms use many calculations on
each reading of each detector and are made possible
by the very high-speed microcomputer used by the
IFC-640.
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Drift Compensation and Smoothing


Drift compensation allows the detector to retain its
original ability to detect actual smoke and resist false
alarms, even as dirt accumulates. Drift compensation
reduces maintenance requirements by allowing the
system to automatically perform the periodic sensitivity
measurements required by NFPA 72. Software
provides smoothing filters to remove transient noise
signals, usually caused by electrical interference.
Maintenance Warnings
When the drift compensation performed for a detector
reaches a certain level, the performance of the
detector may be compromised, and special warnings
are given. There are three warning levels:

Low Chamber value: usually indicative of a


hardware problem in the detector or a detector
dust cover left in place

Maintenance Alert: indicative of dust accumulation


that is near but below the allowed limit

Maintenance Urgent: indicative of dust


accumulation above the allowed limit

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Sensitivity Adjust
Nine sensitivity levels are provided for alarm detection.
These levels can be set manually or can be
programmed to change automatically between day
and night. Nine levels of pre-alarm sensitivity also can
be selected, based on predetermined levels of
measured fire threat. Pre-alarm operation can be
latching or self-restoring and can be used to activate
special control functions.
Self-Optimizing Pre-alarm
Each detector may be set for Self-Optimizing
pre-alarm. In this special mode, the detector learns its
normal environment, measures the peak analog
readings over a long period of time, and sets the
pre-alarm level just above these normal peaks.

Veri-Fire Tools
Veri-Fire Tools is an offline programming and test
utility that can greatly reduce installation programming
time and increase confidence in the site-specific
software. Veri-Fire Tools is a Microsoft Windows
based program that provides technologically advanced
capabilities to aid the installer. The installer may create
the entire program for the IFC-640 in the comfort of the
office, test it, store a backup file, then bring the file to
the site and download the programmed database file
from a laptop into the panel. The utility can also be
used to upload and save program changes or can be
used to upload the default program installed with the
Autoprogram routine in the panel, make needed
changes from the default values, and download the
customized programmed database back into the
panel.

Cooperating Multi-detector Sensing


A patented feature of AWACS algorithms is the ability
of a smoke sensor to consider readings from nearby
sensors in making alarm or pre-alarm decisions.
Without statistical sacrifice in the ability to resist false
alarms, it allows a sensor to increase its sensitivity to
actual smoke by a factor of almost two to one.

Field Programming Options

Above: Autoprogram function


Below: Keypad program editing

0=CLR 1=AUTO 2=POINT 3=PASSWD 4=MESSAGE


5=ZONES 6=SPL FUNCT 7=SYSTEM 8=CHECK PRG
scr

Autoprogram
Autoprogram is a timesaving feature of the IFC-640
that allows for the easy addition of new devices. It is a
special software routine that allows the IFC-640 to
learn which devices are physically connected and
automatically loads them in the program with default
values for all parameters. Requiring fewer than
40 seconds to run, this routine provides the user
almost immediate fire protection in a new installation,
even if only a portion of the detectors is installed.

Figure 5: Autoprogram Function and Keypad


Program Editing

Keypad Program Edit (with KDM-2)


The IFC-640 has the exclusive feature of full program
creation and edit capability from the front panel
keypad, while continuing to provide fire protection. The
architecture of the IFC-640 software is such that each
point entry carries its own program, including
control-by-event interlocking links to other points. This
allows the program to be entered with independent
per-point segments, while the IFC-640 simultaneously
monitors other (already installed) points for alarm
conditions.

Figure 6: Veri-Fire Tools System Programming


Screen
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Placement of Equipment in Chassis


and Cabinet
The following guidelines outline the IFC-640s flexible
system design.
Rows
The first row of equipment in the cabinet mounts in
Chassis CHS-M2. Mount the second, third, or
fourth row of equipment in Chassis CHS-4MB below
the first row, CHS-M2.
Wiring
When you design the cabinet layout, consider
separation of power-limited and non-power-limited
wiring.
Positions
A chassis offers four basic side-by-side positions for
components; you can mount the number of modules in
each position depending on the chassis model and the
size of the individual module. There are a variety of
standoffs and hardware items available for different
combinations and configurations of components.
CHS-M2
CPU-640

Integral
Power Supply
Mounting Location
for LEM-320 Typical
Mounting
Location
for NCM
or TM-4

KDM-2,
or JNCA at front,
flush with Door
Chassis

Panel Output Module


Mounted on L-bracket
in front of Control Panel
Available Mounting Slots
for Panel Output Modules

Figure 7: Placement of Equipment in Chassis and


Cabinet

Layers
The CHS-M2 accepts four layers of equipment,
including the control panel. The JCPU-640 fills
three positions (left to right) in the first installed layer
(the back of the chassis); its integral power supply
occupies (the left) two positions in the next two layers;
the optional KDM-2 display occupies (the left)
two positions at the front, flush with the door. Panel
circuit modules can be mounted in several layers with
standoffs or an L-bracket as required. Some
equipment, such as the JNCA, may be door-mounted
directly in front of the control panel. Use the JNCA as
a primary display for the IFC-640 by directly
connecting to the panel network ports (required in
Canadian stand-alone applications).
Expansion
Install an LEM-320 loop expander module to add a
second SLC to the control panel. The LEM-320 is
mounted onto the JCPU-640, occupying the
middle-right, second (back) slot on the chassis. If
networking two or more control panels, each unit
requires an NCM-W (wire) or NCM-F (fiber) Network
Control Module (NCM). The NCM-W/-F can be
installed in any panel output module position; the
default position is at the back of the chassis next to the
control panel. Option boards can be mounted in front
of the LEM-320 or NCM modules; for ease of access,
complete installation of those devices before mounting
another layer.

Configuration Guidelines
Stand-alone and network systems require a main
display. On single IFC-640 systems (one CPU-640),
display options are the KDM-2 or the JNCA. On
network systems (two or more JCPU-640s), at least
one JNCA or IFW annunciation device is required.
Other options are listed as follows:
PD-2
The PD-2 Primary Display kit has an IFC-640 Primary
Display with 80 characters. It includes a KDM-2
80-character backlit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD),
QWERTY programming and control keypad, two
BMP-1 blank modules, and DP-DISP mounting plate.
The PD-2 occupies the top row of a cabinet and is
required for each stand-alone, 80-character display
system.

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JNCA
The Network Control Annunciator (JNCA) has an LCD
display capable of 640 characters, dedicated function
keys, soft-keys associated with selections displayed
on the 640-character display, and a QWERT
keyboard. On single IFC-640 systems, the JNCA can
be the Primary Display for the panel and connects
directly to the JCPU-640, if used in place of a KMD-2.
On Network systems (two or more IFC-640s), one
network display (either JNCA or IFW) is required for
every system. On network systems, the JNCA
connects to (and requires) a Network Communications
Module (NCM-W/F). The JNCA mounts in a row of Fire
Alarm Control Panel (FACP) nodes or in two
annunciator positions. Mounting options include the
DP-DISP, ADP-4B, or in an annunciator box, such as
the ABS-2D. In CAB-4 top row applications, a
DP-DISP and two BMP-1 blank modules are required
for mounting.

ICM-4RK
The ICM-4RK is a notification appliance circuit module
that provides four Class B (Style Y) or Class A
(Style Z) alarm Notification Appliance Circuits
(includes auxiliary power harness, End-of-Line
Resistors [EOLRs], and slide-in labels). The module
includes ON/OFF controls and ON/OFF LEDs. The
maximum signaling current is 3.0 amperes per circuit
or 6.0 amperes per module, subject to power supply
limitations.

JCPU-640
The JCPU-640 is a Central Processing Unit (CPU)
with integral 120 VAC, 3.0 amperes (6.0 amperes in
alarm) output power supply for an IFC-640 system.
The JCPU-640 includes the CPU; one SLC
expandable to two; installation, programming and
operating manuals. Order one JCPU-640 per system
or as necessary (up to 103 network nodes) on a
network system.

CRM-4RK
The CRM-4RK is a control relay module that has
four Form-C relay contacts rated at 5.0 amperes,
120 VAC or 28 VDC (resistive) per circuit. The module
includes manual ON/OFF controls and LEDs.

JCPU-640E
The JCPU-640E is the same as JCPU-640 but
requires 220 VAC with 1.5 amperes input.
CHS-M2
The CHS-M2 is a mounting chassis for the JCPU-640.
One chassis is required for each JCPU-640(E).

Panel Circuit Modules


The IFC-640 includes the ability to communicate with
up to eight conventional control modules, each with up
to eight IDC or NAC circuits. Any mix of notification,
relay, speaker, or telephone may be used. Choose any
combination of up to eight output modules: ICM/ICE,
CRM/CRE, DCM-4 or VCM/VCE. Panel Circuit
Modules mount on either the two far-right positions of
the DP-DISP (next to the primary display) or on any of
the four positions on the CHS-4N chassis (CHS-4MN
kit required).
CHS-4MB
The CHS-4MB is an expansion chassis that mounts up
to four modules. It includes the CHS-4N, MP-1B
(Module Dress Panel) and expander ribbon cable.

ICE-4
The ICE-4 is a notification appliance circuit expander
that expands the ICM-4 to provide a total of eight
Class B (Style Y) or Class A (Style Z) alarm
Notification Appliance Circuits. The circuit ratings are
the same as ICM-4RK. Note that there is a maximum
of one per ICM-4RK. The expander may also be used
to add four Notification Appliance Circuits to VCM-4.

CRE-4
The CRE-4 is a control relay expander that expands
the CRM-4RK to provide a total of eight Form-C relay
contacts. Note that there is a maximum of
one expander per CRM-4RK. The expander may also
be connected to add four relays to ICM-4, TCM-2,
TCM-4, or VCM-4.
VCM-4RK
The VCM-4RK is a voice control module that provides
four Class B (Style Y, 25 and 70 VRMS) and Class A
(Style Z, 25 VRMS only) speaker circuits, eight manual
select switches and indicators, slide-in labels, and
plug-in terminal blocks. Move jumper to convert to
telephone circuits with remote ring signal and local
call-in flash. The module may be expanded to eight
circuits with VCE-4, ICE-4, or CRE-4.
VCE-4
The VCE-4 is a voice control expander that adds
four circuits to VCM-4RK. Note that the
VCM-4RK/VCE-4 combination must be eight speaker
or eight phone circuits.
DCM-4RK
The DCM-4RK is a nonexpandable, dual-channel
module that provides four Class B (Style Y, 25 and
70 VRMS) or Class A (Style Z, 25 VRMS only)
speaker circuits plus four channel A/B select relays.

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ARM-4
The ARM-4 is an auxiliary relay module with
four Form-C (DPDT) relays controlled by a relay
module (CRM-4RK or CRE-4). Normally Open (N.O.)
contacts are rated 20 amperes and Normally Closed
(N.C.) contacts are rated 10 amperes at 125 VAC and
30 VDC. Note that there is a maximum of one ARM-4
for each CRM-4RK or CRE-4.

AA-120/AA-100
The AA-120 is an audio amplifier that provides up to
120 watts of 25 VRMS audio power for the IFC-640.
The amplifier contains an integral chassis for mounting
to a CAB-B4, -C4, or -D4 backbox (consumes
one row). It also includes switch-mode power, audio
input and amplified output supervision, backup input,
and automatic switchover to backup tone. Order the
AA-100 for 70.7 VRMS systems and 100 watts of
power.

JVCC-1B
The JVCC-1B is a voice control center that provides a
variety of user-selectable tones on a single channel.
Up to four different tones or messages may be
selected on the channel. The VCC-1B provides
optional digital voice message capability and on-site
programmable voice messages using the Audio
Message Generator (AMG-1) microphone, cables,
dress panels, and instructions, which are included.

VROM-(n)
The VROM-(n) is a factory programmed digital
message for installation in the AMG-1 or AMG-1E,
which provides up to 24 seconds of evacuation
message on a nonvolatile memory chip. Choose one
of many standard messages available. Up to two of
these messages may be installed in one AMG.
Includes VROM, instructions for installation and
operation, and written text of message.

JVTCC-1B
The JVTCC-1B is a voice/telephone control center that
provides all the components that the VCC-1B
provides, plus two-way Fire Fighters Telephone
(FFT-7) capability.

VRAM-1
The VRAM-1 is field-programmed memory to be
installed in AMG-1E, which provides up to 24 seconds
of field-programmable evacuation message on a
nonvolatile memory chip. Message is programmed
from microphone or cassette tape. Up to two of these
nonvolatile memory chips may be installed in
one AMG. Includes VRAM and instructions for
installation and operation.

Other Option Modules

JTCC-1B
The TCC-1B is a telephone control center that
provides a stand-alone, two-way Fire Fighters
Telephone (FFT-7S) and includes cables, dress panel,
and instructions.
AMG-1 and AMG-1E
The AMG-1 and AMG-1E are audio message
generators (without microphone) that should be
ordered in addition to the VCC-1 or VTCC-1 if a
two-channel system is required.

APS-6R
The APS-6R is an auxiliary power supply (expander)
that provides up to 6.0 amperes of regulated power for
compatible Notification Appliance Circuits. The
expander includes battery input and transfer relay and
overcurrent protection, which mounts on one of
four positions on a CHS-4L or CHS-4 chassis.

FFT-7/FFT-7S
The FFT-7/FFT-7S is the Fire Fighters Telephone
control with master handset.

ACPS-2406
The ACPS-2406 has a 6-ampere addressable charger
power supply.

AA-30
The AA-30 is an audio amplifier that has 30 watts and
switch-mode power. It includes amplifier and audio
input supervision, backup input, and automatic
switchover, power supply, and cables.

FCPS-24
The FCPS-24 is a remote 6-ampere (4-ampere
continuous) repeater/power supply.

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UZC-256
The UZC-256 is a programmable universal zone coder
that provides positive, noninterfering, successive zone
coding. The coder is microprocessor controlled, field
programmable from IBM compatible computers
(requires optional programming kit).

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LCD-80/LCD-80TM/FDU-80
The LCD-80/LCD-80TM/FDU-80 is an 80-character,
backlit LCD display that mounts up to 1828.8 m
(6,000 ft) from the panel when operating in terminal
mode. There can be up to 32 per IFC-640.
ACS
The ACS includes the following Annunciator Control
Modules (ACM): ACM-16AT, AEM-16AT, ACM-24AT,
AEM-24AT, ACM-32A, AEM-32A, ACM-48, and
AEM-48.
AFM
The Annunciator Fixed Modules (AFMs) include the
FM-16A, AFM-16AT, and AFM-32A.
LDM
The Lamp Driver Modules (LDMs) include the LDM-32,
LDM-E32, and LDM-R32.
ACM-8R
The ACM-8R is a remote relay module with
eight Form-C contacts that can be located up to
1828.8 m (6,000 ft) from the panel on four wires.
SCS
The SCS is a smoke control station with 8 (expandable
to 16) circuits for smoke control applications.
RPT-485
The RPT-485 repeats EIA-485 over twisted pair or
converts to fiber-optic medium.
XP6
The XP6-C, XP6-R, XP6-MA, and XP10-M provide
FlashScan transponder points.

CHS-4L
The CHS-4L is a low profile, four-position chassis,
which mounts two AA-30 amplifiers or one AMG-E and
one AA-30 or other function modules.
DP-1B
The DP-1B is a blank dress panel that provides a
dead-front panel for unused tiers or covers AA-30,
AA-120, or AMG-E.
CAB-4 Series
The CAB-4 Series cabinets are fabricated from
16-gauge steel, with a unique full-front
LEXAN covering, and are reverse-silk-screened for
durability. The cabinet assembly consists of two basic
parts: a backbox (SBB-_4) and a locking door (DR-_4)
that may hinge right or left. Cabinets are available in
four sizes, A through D, with one to four tiers.

Agency Listings and Approvals


See the Technical Specifications section for listing
agencies and file numbers. These listings and
approvals apply to the basic IFC-640 control panel.
Certain modules may not be listed by certain approval
agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult the
factory for latest listing status.
The IFC-640 complies with UL Standards 864 UOJZ
(Fire) and 1076 (Burglary) and is designed to meet
NFPA 72 Local, Auxiliary, Remote Station, Proprietary,
and Emergency Voice/Alarm Fire System
requirements.

System Capacity
The details of the system capacity are as follows:

Intelligent Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs):


1 expandable to 2

Intelligent detectors: 159 per SLC

XP
The XP Series Transponder provides conventional
monitor and control points (Classic Loop Interface
Protocol [CLIP] mode only).

Addressable monitor/control modules:


159 per SLC

Programmable internal hardware and output


circuits (4 NAC standard): expandable to 68

XPIQ
The XPIQ Quad Intelligent Voice Transponder for
distributed multi-channel voice evacuation systems
has an integrated audio amplification and distribution
subsystem controlled by FACP. It is capable of playing
up to four simultaneous messages and accepts up to
four 25-watt 25 VRMS amplifiers.

Programmable software zones: 99

Special programming zones: 14

LCD annunciators per JCPU-640 and JNCA


(observe power): 32

ACS annunciators per JCPU-640: 32 address x


64 points

ACS annunciators per JNCA: 32 address x 64 or


96 points

CHS-4
The CHS-4 is a chassis for mounting up to
four APS-6R or other function modules.

Note: The JNCA supports up to 96 annunciator


address points per ACM-24/48 with expander
modules.

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Product Line Information


Table 1: KDM-2 Keyboard/Display Controls and Indicators
Product

Description

Program Keypad

QWERTY type (keypad layout)

8 LED Indicators

AC Power, Fire Alarm, Pre-Alarm, Security Alarm, Supervisory Signal, System


Trouble, Disabled Points, Alarm Silenced

Membrane Switch Controls

Acknowledge/Step, Signal Silence, Evacuate, System Reset, Lamp Test

LCD Display

80 characters (2 x 40) with long-life LED Backlight

Table 2: Compatible Devices, EIA-232 Ports


Product

Description

JPRN-5

80-column Printer

VS4095/S2

Printer, 40-column, 24 V; Mounted in external backbox. (Order from Keltron, Inc.)

CRT-2

Video Display Terminal

Table 3: Accessories
Product

Description

LEM-320

Loop Expander Module; Expands each IFC-640 to two SLCs.

TM-4

Transmitter Module includes three reverse-polarity circuits and one municipal box
circuit and mounts in panel module position (FC-2000 style) or in CHS-M2 position.

KDM-2

80-character display and QWERTY Programming Keypad included. Order for PD-2
replacement or to use as a servicing/programming tool for displayless IFC-640 nodes.

NCM-W

Network Communications Module, Wire. Order one NCM per network node
(JCPU-640 or JNCA).

NCM-F

Network Communications Module, Fiber; Order one NCM per network node
(JCPU-640 or JNCA).

IFW-W

Intelligent Fire Workstation (IFW), UL Listed graphics PC with 19 in. display and
mouse. Each NCS consumes 1 of 103 network addresses.

IFW-F

Intelligent Fire Workstation (IFW), Fiber. UL Listed graphics PC with 19 in. display and
mouse. Each NCS consumes 1 of 103 network addresses.

JVeri-Fire-TCD

Veri-Fire Tools CD-ROM. Contains programming software for the IFC-640, IFC-3030,
JNCA, and XPIQ. Includes local panel connection cable. Programming PC requires a
serial port connection.

ACM-24AT

ACS annunciator with up to 96 points of annunciation with Alarm or Active LED,


Trouble LED, and switch per circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs can be programmed (by
turning on switch selection) by point to be red, green, or yellow. The Trouble LED is
always yellow.

AEM-24AT

Same LED and switch capabilities as ACM-24AT. Expands the ACM-24AT to 48, 72,
or 96 points.

ACM-48A

ACS annunciator with up to 96 points of annunciation with Alarm or Active LED per
circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs can be programmed (by turning on switch selection) in
groups of 24 to be red, green, or yellow. Expandable to 96 points with one AEM-48A.

AEM-48A

Same LED capabilities as ACM-48A. Expands the ACM-48A to 96 points.

PS Series

IFC-640 uses two 12-volt, 12 to 55 Ampere Hour (AH) batteries.

JCI-LBB

Battery Box (required for batteries over 25 AH).

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Technical Specifications
Product

IFC-640 Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm System

Primary Input Power

JCPU-640 Board: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3.0 amperes


JCPU-640E Board: 220/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 amperes

Total Output 24 V Power

6.0 amperes in alarm*, 3 amperes non-alarm

Standard Notification
Circuits (4)

2.5 amperes each

Four-Wire Detector Power

1.25 amperes

Non-resettable Regulated
Power Outputs

1.25 amperes each

Battery Charger Range

12 AH-55 AH. Use separate cabinet for batteries over 25 AH.

Float Rate

27.6 V

Optional High Capacity


(25-120 AH) Battery
Charger

CHG-120

Agency Listings

FCC
UL (File Number S1570)
CSA

The power supply has a total of 6.0 amperes of available power. This is shared by all internal modules as well as the
four NAC outputs, the four-wire detector power, and the non-resettable power outputs.

The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For application at conditions beyond these
specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or
misuse of its products.

Controls Group
507 E. Michigan Street
P.O. Box 423
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Published in U.S.A.
www.johnsoncontrols.com

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EQ Cabinet
Equipment Backbox

GENERAL
EQ Series cabinets provide an effective solution for applications that require distributed components such as power supplies, amplifiers, and multiple I/O modules. The EQ Series
provides superior ventilation for devices such as amplifiers and
field power supplies, ample room for wire or fiber-optic media
between each row, and a space efficient package that allows
for the consolidation of multiple system components in a single
enclosure.
Equipment cabinets use a perforated blank door for enhanced
ventilation, and do not support the mounting of backbox
mounted dress plates. Therefore these cabinets are not appropriate for equipment that would be normally accessed by a
system operator such as control equipment, annunicators, or
remote microphones.
EQ cabinets share the same external dimensions as the familiar CAB 4 Series cabinets. EQ Series cabinets differ in that
they do not include a separate battery row. See illustrations
below for examples of EQ cabinet row spacing.

Equipment cabinets are fabricated from 16-gauge steel.


The cabinet assembly consists of two basic parts: a backbox and a locking door. Cabinets are available in black.
The key-locked door is provided with a pin-type hinge, two
keys and the necessary hardware to mount the door to the
backbox.
The backbox has been engineered to provide ease-of-entry
for the installer. Knockouts are positioned at numerous
points to aid the installer in bringing a conduit into the
enclosure with a minimum of hardship.
Right- or left-hand hinges, selectable in the field. Door
opens 180.
Cabinets are arranged in 3 standard sizes, B (two tiers)
through D (four tiers). See Ordering Information.
Trim ring options are available for semi-flush mounting.

EQUIPMENT COMPATIBLE FOR USE IN


EQ SERIES CABINETS

AA-30 Audio Amplifiers


AA-100 Audio Amplifiers
AA-120 Audio Amplifiers
ACPS-610 Power Supply
AMPS-24 Power Supply
DAA-50 Series Amplifiers
DAA-75 Series Amplifiers
XP6-C Modules
XP6-MA Modules
XP6-R Modules
XP10-MA Modules

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SPECIFICATIONS

AGENCY LISTINGS AND APPROVALS


These listings and approvals below apply to the EQ cabinet. In
some cases, certain modules or applications may not be listed
by certain approval agencies, or listing may be process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
UL Listed: S635
ULC Listed: S635

ORDERING INFORMATION
A complete cabinet assembly consists of: a door, a backbox,
and an optional semi-flush trim ring. For each cabinet
required, order one "EQDR" door and one "EQBB" backbox.
The optional trim ring is an attractive "picture frame"-style
black metal ring.

TWO TIERS, "B" SIZE:


EQDR-B4: Door assembly, vented door, two tiers, BLACK.
EQBB-B4: Backbox assembly, two tiers, BLACK.
TR-B4: Semi-flush-mount trim ring, two tiers.

THREE TIERS, "C" SIZE:


EQDR-C4: Door assembly, vented door, three tiers, BLACK.
EQBB-C4: Backbox assembly, three tiers, BLACK.
TR-C4: Semi-flush-mount trim ring, three tiers.

FOUR TIERS, "D" SIZE:


EQDR-D4: Door assembly, vented door, four tiers, BLACK.
EQBB-D4: Backbox assembly, four tiers, BLACK.
TR-D4: Semi-flush-mount trim ring, four tiers.

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CABINET DRAWINGS AND FEATURES


Top knockout:
Inner 1.375" (3.49)
Outer 1.750" (4.45)

24-1/8" (61.28)

24" (60.96)

(10.16)
4"

5-5/32" 2-1/16"
(13.1)
(5.24)

1-5/8"
(4.13)

16" (40.64)

11-1/2"
(29.21)
2"
1 (5.08)
11"
(2.54)
(27.94)

37-1/32"
(94.06)

11"
(27.94)
45-3/4"
(116.21)

45-7/8"
(116.52)

5/16" dia.
(0.79)

5/16" dia.
(0.79)

19-1/2" (49.53)
2-1/4"
(5.72)

(cm)

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EQDR-D4

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2-1/4"
(5.72)

EQBB-D4 Box

1-7/8
(4.699)

2-5/8"
(6.604)
Four lower knockouts
Inner 0.875" (2.22)
Outer 1.125" (2.86)

Top knockout:
Inner 1.375" (3.49)
Outer 1.750" (4.45)

24-1/8" (61.28)

24" (60.96)

(10.16)
4"

5-5/32"
(13.1)

1-5/8"
(4.13)

16" (40.64)

2-1/16
(5.2324)

11-1/2"
(29.21)
2"

28-3/32"
(71.36)

1 (5.08)
11"
(2.54)
(27.94)

37-1/4"
(94.62)

37-1/8"
(94.3)
5/16" dia.
(0.79)

5/16" dia.
(0.79)

19-1/2" (49.53)

2-1/4"
(5.72)

2-1/4"
(5.72)

(cm)

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1-7/8
(4.699)

EQBB-C4 Box

EQDR-C4

2-5/8
(6.604)
Three lower knockouts
Inner 0.875" (2.22)
Outer 1.125" (2.86)

Top knockout:
Inner 1.375" (3.49)
Outer 1.750" (4.45)

24-1/8" (61.28)

(10.16)
4"

24" (60.96)

5-5/32" 2-1/16
(13.1) (5.2324)

1-5/8"
(4.13)

16" (40.64)

11-1/2
(29.21)
19-3/4
(50.24)
28-5/8"
(72.71)

5/16" dia.
(0.79)

28-1/2"
(72.39)

5/16" dia.
(0.79)

19-1/2" (49.53)

2"
(5.08)

1
(2.54)

2-1/4"
(5.72)

(cm)
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2-1/4" (5.72)

EQDR-B4

EQBB-B4 Box

1-7/8
(4.699)

2-5/8
(6.604)
Two lower knockouts
Inner 0.875" (2.22)
Outer 1.125" (2.86)

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Top knockout:
Inner 1.375" (3.49)
Outer 1.750" (4.45)

5-5/32" 2-1/16"
(13.1)
(5.24)

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11-1/2"
(29.21)
2"
1 (5.08)
11"
(2.54)
(27.94)

11"
(27.94)
45-3/4"
(116.21)

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Mounting Hole

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Top View of Backbox

1-17/20
(4.699)

2-9/16"
(6.51)
Four lower knockouts
Inner 0.875" (2.22)
Outer 1.125" (2.86)

Side View of Backbox


(EQBB-D4)

2008. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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jci-6927:b

FCPS-24S6(C/E) &
FCPS-24S8(C/E)
6 & 8 Amp, 24 Volt
General
The FCPS-24S6E(6-amp) and FCPS-24S8E (8-amp) are
remote power supplies with battery charger. The FCPS-24S6/24S8 may be connected to any 12 or 24 volt fire alarm control
panel (FACP) or may be used as stand-alone supplies. Primary applications include notification appliance (bell) circuit
(NAC) expansion (to support ADA requirements and NAC synchronization) or auxiliary power to support 24 volt system
accessories. The FCPS-24S6/-24S8 provides regulated and
filtered 24 VDC power to four notification appliance circuits
configured as either four Class B (Style Y) or Class A (Style Z,
with ZNAC-4 option module). Alternately, the four outputs may
be configured as all non-resettable, all resettable or two nonresettable and two resettable. The FCPS-24S6/-24S8 also
contains a battery charger capable of charging up to 18 AH
batteries. FCPS-24S6C & FCPS-24S8C are ULC-listed.
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the terms FCPS-24S6 and
FCPS-24S8 used in this document refers to the standard FCPS24S6 and FCPS-24S8, FCPS-24S6C and FCPS-24S8C, the
FCPS-24S6E and FCPS-24S8E

Features
UL-Listed NAC synchronization using System Sensor,
Wheelock, or Gentex Commander2 appliances.
Operates as a sync-follower or as a sync-generator
(default). See note on page 2.
Contains two fully-isolated input/control circuits - triggered
from FACP NAC (NAC expander mode) or jumped permanently ON (stand-alone mode).
Four Class B (Style Y) or four Class A (Style Z, with
ZNAC-4 module) NACs.
6-amp (FCPS-24S6) or 8-amp (FCPS-24S8) full load output, with 3 amps maximum/circuit, in NAC expander mode
(UL 864).
4-amp (FCPS-24S6) or 6-amp (FCPS-24S8) continuous
output in stand-alone mode (UL 1481).
Compatible with coded inputs; signals passed through.
Optional power-supervision relay (EOLR-1).
In stand-alone mode, output power circuits may be configured as: resettable, (reset line from FACP required),
non-resettable, or a mix of two and two.
Fully regulated and filtered power output - optimal for powering four-wire smoke detectors, annunciators, and other
system peripherals requiring regulated/filtered power.
Power-limiting technology meets UL power-limiting requirements.
Form-C normally-closed trouble relay.
Fully supervised power supply, battery, and NACs.
Selectable earth fault detection.
AC trouble report selectable for immediate 2-hour delay.
Works with virtually any UL 864 fire alarm control which utilizes an industry-standard reverse-polarity notification circuit (including unfiltered and unregulated bell power).
Requires input trigger voltage of 9 - 32 VDC.
Self-contained in compact, locking cabinet - 15H x 14.5W
x 2.75D (cm: 38.1H x 36.83W x 6.985D).

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Includes integral battery charger capable of charging up to


18 AH batteries. Cabinet capable of housing 7.0 AH batteries.
Battery charger may be disabled via DIP switch for applications requiring larger batteries.
Fixed, clamp-type terminal blocks accommodate up to 12
AWG (3.1mm2) wire.

Specifications
Primary (AC) Power:
FCPS-24S6C/-24S8C: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 3.2A maximum.
FCPS-24S6E/-24S8E: 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 1.6A maximum.
Wire Size: minimum #14 AWG (2.0mm2) with 600 V insulation.
Control Input Circuit:
Trigger Input Voltage: 9 to 32 VDC.
Trigger Current: 2.0 mA (16 - 32 V); Per Input: 1.0 mA (9
- 16 V).
Trouble Contact Rating: 5 A at 24 VDC.
Auxiliary Power Output: Specific application power 500 mA
maximum.
Output Circuits:
+24 VDC filtered, regulated.
3.0 A maximum for any one circuit.
Total continuous current for all outputs (stand-alone mode):
FCPS-24S6: 4.0 A maximum.
FCPS-24S8: 6.0 A maximum.
Total short-term current for all outputs (NAC expander mode):
FCPS-24S6: 6.0 A maximum.
FCPS-24S8: 8.0 A maximum.
Secondary Power (Battery) Charging Circuit:
Supports lead-acid batteries only.
Float-charge voltage: 27.6 VDC.
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Maximum current charge: 1.5 A.


Maximum battery capacity: 18 AH.

Applications
Example 1: Expand notification appliance power an additional
6.0 A (FCPS-24S6) or 8.0 A (FCPS-24S8). Use up to four
Class B (Style Y) outputs or four Class A (Style Z) outputs
(using ZNAC-4). For example, the FACP notification appliance
circuits will activate the FCPS when reverse-polarity activation
occurs. Trouble conditions on the FCPS are sensed by the
FACP through the notification appliance circuit.
Example 2: Use the FCPS to expand auxiliary regulated 24volt system power up to 4.0 A (FCPS-24S6) or up to 6.0 A
(FCPS-24S8). Both resettable and non-resettable power
options are available. Resettable outputs are created by connecting the resettable output from the FACP to one or both of
the FCPS inputs.
Example 3: Use addressable control modules to activate the
FCPS instead of activating it through the FACP notification
appliance circuits. This typically allows for mounting the FCPS
at greater distances* away from the FACP while expanding
system architecture in various applications.

Standards and Codes


The FCPS-24S6 and FCPS-24S8 comply with the following
standards:
NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code.
UL 864 Standard for Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems
(NAC expander mode).
UL 1481 Power Supplies for Fire Alarm Systems.

Agency Listings and Approvals


These listings and approvals apply to the modules specified in
this document. In some cases, certain modules or applications
may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may
be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL Listed: S635, S674


ULC Listed: S635 (FCPS-24S6C & FCPS-24S8C)
CSFM Approved: 7315-0554:122
MEA: 299-02-E
FM Approved

Ordering Information

For example, an addressable control module is used to activate the FCPS, and an addressable monitor module is used to
sense FCPS trouble conditions. Local auxiliary power output
from the FCPS provides power to the addressable control
module.

FCPS-24S6: 6.0 A, 120 VAC remote charger power supply.


Includes main printed circuit board, transformers, enclosure
(15H x 14.5W x 2.75D [cm: 38.1H x 36.83W x 6.985D]), and
installation instructions.

*NOTE: Addressable FACPs are capable of locating control and


monitor modules at distances of up to 12,500 feet (3,810 meters).

FCPS-24S6R: Same as FCPS-24S6 with red enclosure.

Sync Follower/Generator Note


In some installations, it is necessary to synchronize the flash
timing of all strobes in the system for ADA compliance.
Strobes accomplish this by monitoring very short timing pulses
on the NAC power which are created by the FACP. When
installed at the end of a NAC wire run, the FCPS-24S6/-24S8
can track (i.e. follow) the strobe synchronization timing
pulses on the existing NAC wire run. This maintains the overall
system flash timing of the additional strobes attaches to the
FCPS.

FCPS-24S6C: Same as above, ULC-listed.


FCPS-24S6E: 6.0 A, 240 VAC remote charger power supply.
Includes main printed circuit board, transformers, enclosure
(15H x 14.5W x 2.75D [cm: 38.1H x 36.83W x 6.985D]), and
installation instructions.
FCPS-24S8: 8.0 A, 120 VAC remote charger power supply.
Includes main printed circuit board, transformers, enclosure
(15H x 14.5W x 2.75D [cm: 38.1H x 36.83W x 6.985D]), and
installation instructions.
FCPS-24S8C Same as above, ULC-listed.
FCPS-24S8R: Same as FCPS-24S8 with red enclosure.

When the FCPS-24S6/-24S8 is configured (via DIP switch settings) as a sync follower, the FCPSs NAC outputs track the
strobe synchronization pulses present at the FCPSs sync
input terminal. The pulses originate from an upstream FACP or
other power supply.

FCPS-24S8E: 8.0 A, 240 VAC remote charger power supply.


Includes main printed circuit board, transformers, enclosure
(15H x 14.5W x 2.75D [cm: 38.1H x 36.83W x 6.985D]), and
installation instructions.

When the FCPS-24S6/-24S8 are configured (via DIP switch


settings) as a sync generator, the FCPSs sync input terminals are not used. Rather, the FCPS is the originator of the
strobe synchronization pulses on the FCPSs NAC outputs. In
sync generator mode, the sync type (System Sensor, Wheelock, or Gentex) is selectable via DIP switch settings.

EOLR-1: 12/24 VDC end-of-line relay for monitoring four-wire


smoke detector power.

ZNAC-4: Class A (Style Y) NAC option module.

BAT-1270: Battery, 12-volt, 7.0 AH (two required).


PS-1270: Battery, 12-volt, 7.0 AH (two required

System Sensor is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2009 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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JCI-6857:A2

CAB-4 Series Cabinets


Backboxes with Locking Doors

General

The key-locked door is provided with a pin-type hinge, two


keys and the necessary hardware to mount the door to the
backbox.
The backbox has been engineered to provide ease-of-entry
for the installer. Knockouts are positioned at numerous
points to aid the installer in bringing a conduit into the enclosure with a minimum of hardship.
Right- or left-hand hinges, selectable in the field. Door
opens 180.
Cabinets are arranged in four standard sizes, A (one tier)
through D (four tiers), plus a mini cabinet (AA, one tier without a battery compartment). See Ordering Information.
A trim ring option is available for semi-flush mounting.
Chassis bridge available for assembling multiple CHS-4
chassis external to the backbox.

Ordering Information
A complete cabinet assembly consists of: a door, a backbox, an
optional battery plate, and an optional semi-flush trim ring. For
each cabinet required, order one DR door and one SBB
backbox. The BP-4 or JBP2-4 battery plate is required for each
cabinet assembly that mounts batteries and/or a power supply in
the lower position of the cabinet. The optional trim ring is an
attractive picture frame-style black metal ring.

MINI AA SIZE, ONE TIER:


JDR-AA4: Door assembly, LEXAN window, one tier (no battery
compartment), BLACK.
JDR-AA4R: Door assembly, LEXAN window, one tier (no battery compartment), RED.

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All CAB-4 cabinets for fire alarm control panels are fabricated
from 16-gauge steel. The cabinet assembly consists of two
basic parts: a backbox and a locking door. Cabinets are available in either black or red, with or without LEXAN windows.
The LEXAN model provides a tasteful combination to accent the
decor of the finest lobby setting.

IFC-640 in B sized
CAB-4 cabinet
SBB-A4: Backbox assembly, one tier, BLACK.
SBB-A4R: Backbox assembly, one tier, RED.
TR-A4: Accessory semi-flush-mount trim ring, one tier (opening
24.062" [61.118 cm] W x 20.062" [50.958 cm] H), BLACK.
NOTE: Black trim rings are used with red or black cabinets.
BP-4: Battery panel for IFC-640 and IFC-3030. Used to cover
battery and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.
JBP2-4: Battery panel for IFC2-3030. Used to cover battery
and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.

TWO TIERS, B SIZE:

JDR-AA4B: Door assembly, solid door, one tier (no battery


compartment), BLACK.

JDR-B4: Door assembly, LEXAN window, two tiers, BLACK.

JDR-AA4BR: Door assembly, solid door, one tier (no battery


compartment), RED.

JDR-B4B: Door assembly, solid door, two tiers, BLACK.

SBB-AA4: Backbox assembly, one tier (no battery compartment), BLACK.


SBB-AA4R: Backbox assembly, one tier (no battery compartment), RED.
TR-AA4: Accessory semi-flush-mount trim ring, one tier (no
battery compartment).
NOTE: Black trim rings are used with red or black cabinets.

JDR-B4R: Door assembly, LEXAN window, two tiers, RED.


JDR-B4BR: Door assembly, solid door, two tiers, RED.
SBB-B4: Backbox assembly, two tiers, BLACK.
SBB-B4R: Backbox assembly, two tiers, RED.
TR-B4: Accessory semi-flush-mount trim ring, two tiers (opening 24.062" [61.118 cm] W x 28.562" [72.548 cm] H), BLACK.
NOTE: Black trim rings are used with red or black cabinets.

JDR-A4R: Door assembly, LEXAN window, one tier, RED.

BP-4: Battery panel for IFC-640 and IFC-3030. Used to cover


battery and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.
JBP2-4: Battery panel for IFC2-3030. Used to cover battery
and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.

JDR-A4B: Door assembly, solid door, one tier, BLACK.

THREE TIERS, C SIZE:

ONE TIER, A SIZE:


JDR-A4: Door assembly, LEXAN window, one tier, BLACK.

JDR-A4BR: Door assembly, solid door, one tier, RED.

JDR-C4: Door assembly, LEXAN window, three tiers, BLACK.


JDR-C4R: Door assembly, LEXAN window, three tiers, RED.
JDR-C4B: Door assembly, solid door, three tiers, BLACK.
JDR-C4BR: Door assembly, solid door, three tiers, RED.
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SBB-C4: Backbox assembly, three tiers, BLACK.

JBP2-4: Battery panel for IFC2-3030. Used to cover battery


and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.

SBB-C4R: Backbox assembly, three tiers, RED.


TR-C4: Accessory semi-flush-mount trim ring, three tiers (opening 24.062" [61.118 cm] W x 37.187" [94.455 cm] H), BLACK.
NOTE: Black trim rings are used with red or black cabinets.

ACCESSORIES:

BP-4: Battery panel for IFC-640 and IFC-3030. Used to cover


battery and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.
JBP2-4: Battery panel for IFC2-3030. Used to cover battery
and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.

CB-1: Chassis bridge. Provides a bridge between CHS Series


chassis.

FOUR TIERS, D SIZE:

Agency Listings and Approvals

JDR-D4: Door assembly, LEXAN window, four tiers, BLACK.

These listings and approvals below apply to the CAB-4 Series


Cabinets. In some cases, certain modules or applications may
not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may be in
process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

JDR-D4R: Door assembly, LEXAN window, four tiers, RED.


JDR-D4B: Door assembly, solid door, four tiers, BLACK.
JDR-D4BR: Door assembly, solid door, four tiers, RED.
SBB-D4: Backbox assembly, four tiers, BLACK.
SBB-D4R: Backbox assembly, four tiers, RED.
TR-D4: Accessory semi-flush-mount trim ring, four tiers (opening 24.062" [61.118 cm] W x 45.812" [116.363 cm] H), BLACK.

Note: Black trim rings are used with red or black cabinets.
BP-4: Battery panel for IFC-640 and IFC-3030. Used to cover
battery and power supply when lower position is used in backbox.

WC-2: Wire channel. Provides a pair of wire trays to neatly


route wiring between CHS chassis.

DP-1B: Blank dress panel, covers one CAB-4 tier, BLACK.


ADP-4B: Annunciator dress panel.

UL Listed: file S1570 (except AA size).


ULC Listed: file ML118 (except AA size).
MEA approved: files 317-01-E Vol. II (except AA size).
CSFM approved (except AA size): files 7165-0554:143 (IFC640), 7170-0554:142 (IFC-640), 7165-0554:149 (IFC-3030),
7170-0554:150 (IFC-3030).
FM approved (except AA size).

Cabinet Dimensions and Features


CAB4keyhole.wmf

Knockouts on
top of cabinets.

Keyhole
dimensions

A SIZE
CABINET

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6857ko.wmf

Height of
mounting bolt
after installation

AA SIZE
CABINET
cab-b4-2003.wmf

B SIZE
CABINET

cab-b4-2003.wmf

C SIZE
CABINET

cab-c4-2003.wmf

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D SIZE
CABINET

cab-d4-2003.wmf

6897d4b.wmf

6857bp4.wmf

The BP-4 Battery Dress Panel


covers the Main Power Supply
and the batteries in the cabinet.
Only one BP-4 or JBP2-4 is required per
cabinet unless an AA cabinet is used (no
battery compartment).

D sized cabinet
with solid door.
Solid door option available
on all sizes in black or red.

LEXAN is a registered trademark of GE Plastics, a subsidiary of General


Electric Company.
2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

Johnson Controls
507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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JCI-7070:C

IFC2-3030
Intelligent Addressable
Fire Alarm System
General
The IFC2-3030 is an intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
designed for medium- to large-scale facilities. Fire emergency detection and evacuation are extremely critical to life
safety, and the IFC2-3030 is ideally suited for these applications.

Information is critical to fire evacuation personnel, and the


IFC2-3030s large 640-character Liquid Crystal Display
(LCD) presents vital information to operators concerning a
fire situation, fire progression, and evacuation details.
The FireWatch Series intenet monitoring modules IPDACT2 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.

A host of other options are available, including single- or multichannel voice; firefighters telephone; LED, LCD, or PCbased graphic annunciators; fire or integration networking;
advanced detection products for challenging environments,
and many additional options.

Features
Listed to UL Standard 864, 9th edition.
One to ten isolated intelligent Signaling Line Circuits
(SLC) Style 4, 6 or 7.
Up to 159 detectors and 159 modules per SLC, 318
devices per loop/3,180 per FACP or network node.
Large 640-character LCD backlit display (16 lines x 40
characters) or display-less (a node on a network).
Network options:
High-speed network for up to 200 nodes (IFC2-3030,
IFC2-640, IFC-320, JNCA-2, JDVC, IFI, IFW, IFC-3030,
IFC-640, and JNCA).
Standard network or up to 103 nodes (IFC-640, IFC2640, IFC-320, IFC-3030, IFC2-3030, IFC-200, IFC-300/
400, IFC-1010, IFC-2020, JDVC-EM, IFI, IFW, JNCA or
JNCA-2 Network Annunciators). Up to 54 nodes when
DVC is used in network paging.
Built-in Alarm, Trouble, Security, and Supervisory relays.
VeriFire Tools online/offline program option.
Application code is saved in Flash memory.
With built-in Degraded Mode operation, the system is capable of general alarm if a fire alarm condition is present even if
the CPU fails.
Weekly Occupancy Schedules allow changing sensitivity
by time of day and day of week.
EIA-485 annunciators, including custom graphics.

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The IFC2-3030 is ideal for virtually any application because it


features a modular design that is configured per project
requirements. With one to ten Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs),
the IFC2-3030 supports up to 3,180 intelligent addressable
devices.

IFC2-3030
shown with JDVC audio option
History file with 4000-event capacity in nonvolatile memory, plus separate 1000-event alarm-only file.
Advanced history filters allow sorting by event, time, date,
or address.
Alarm Verification selection per point, with tally.
Autoprogramming and Walk Test reports.
Optional universal 2,040-point DACT.
Positive Alarm Sequence (PAS) Presignal.
Silence Inhibit and Auto Silence timer options.
Field-programmable on panel or on PC, with VeriFire
Tools program, also check, compare.
Non-alarm points for lower priority functions.
Remote ACK/Signal Silence/System Reset/Drill via monitor modules.
Up to 1000 powerful Boolean logic equations.
Supports SCS Series smoke control system in both HVAC
or FSCS modes.
FM6320 approved Gas Detection System with FMM-4-20
module and any FM listed gas detector.
EIA-232 printer port.
EIA-485 annunciator port.

640-CHARACTER DISPLAY FEATURES:


Backlit, 640-character display.
Program keypad: full QWERTY keypad.
Up to nine users, each with a password and selectable
access levels.
11 LED indicators: Power; Fire Alarm; Pre-Alarm; Security; Supervisory; System Trouble; Other Event; Signals
Silenced; Point Disabled; CPU Failure; Controls Active.
Membrane Switch Controls: Acknowledge; Signal
Silence; Drill; System Reset; Lamp Test.

JCI-7070:C 09/30/2009 Page 1 of 8

LCD Display: 640 characters (16 x 40) with long-life LED


backlight.

FLASHSCAN INTELLIGENT FEATURES:


Poll up to 318 devices on each loop in less than two seconds.
Activate up to 159 outputs in less than five seconds.
Multicolor LEDs blink device address during Walk Test.
Fully digital, high-precision protocol (U.S. Patent
5,539,389).
Manual sensitivity adjustment nine levels.
Pre-alarm ONYX intelligent sensing nine levels.
Sensitivity levels:
Ion 0.5 to 2.5%/foot obscuration.
Photo 0.5 to 2.35%/foot obscuration.
Laser (VIEW) 0.02 to 2.0%/foot obscuration.
Acclimate Plus 0.5 to 4.0%/foot obscuration.
COPTIR 1.0 to 4.0%/foot obscuration.
Drift compensation (U.S. Patent 5,764,142).
Multi-detector algorithm involves nearby detectors in
alarm decision (U.S. Patent 5,627,515).
Automatic detector sensitivity testing (NFPA-72 compliant).
Maintenance alert (two levels).
Self-optimizing pre-alarm.
Programmable activation of sounder/relay bases during
alarm or pre-alarm.

Read Status displays the level of detector cleanliness.

2951J-COPTIR COPTIR
ADVANCED MULTI-CRITERIA DETECTOR
Detects all four major elements of a fire (smoke, heat, CO,
and flame).
Automatic drift compensation of smoke sensor and CO
cell.
High nuisance-alarm immunity.
Six sensitivity levels.
7351J VIEW (VERY INTELLIGENT EARLY WARNING)
SMOKE DETECTION TECHNOLOGY:
Revolutionary spot laser design.
Advanced AWACS algorithms differentiate between
smoke and non-smoke signals (U.S. Patent 5,831,524).
Addressable operation pinpoints the fire location.
No moving parts to fail or filters to change.
Early warning performance comparable to the best aspiration systems at a fraction of the lifetime cost.
2951TMJ ACCLIMATE LOW-PROFILE INTELLIGENT
MULTI-SENSOR:
Detector automatically adjusts sensitivity levels without
operator intervention or programming. Sensitivity
increases with heat.
Microprocessor-based technology; combination photo and
thermal technology.
Low-temperature signal at 40F 5F (4.44C 2.77C).

Sample System Options

2951TMJ
7351LJ
2951J

JBG-12LX M300MJ M300RJ

...etc.

7070blok.wmf

JCPU2-3030D
display or
JCPU2-3030ND

IFC2-3030
Shown in CAB-C4 with display
JDVC audio in CA-1 in second tier

JPRN Series
Printer

NOTE: CPU2-3030 firmware version 14.0 (and higher) can support LCD-160 on the RDP port, or LCD-80 in terminal mode, but not
both at the same time.

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M300MJ-4-20 GAS DETECTION MODULE:


Interface to industry-standard linear scale 4-20 mA sensors.
Five programmable thresholds
FM Approved, Class 6320 (Stationary Gas Sensors/
Detectors)

Sensitivity Adjust. Nine sensitivity levels are provided for


alarm detection. These levels can be set manually, or can
change automatically between day and night. Nine levels of
pre-alarm sensitivity can also be selected, based on predetermined levels of alarm. Pre-alarm operation can be latching
or self-restoring, and can be used to activate special control
functions.

RELEASING FEATURES:
Ten independent hazards.
Sophisticated cross-zone (three options).
Delay timer and Discharge timers (adjustable).
Abort (four options).

Self-Optimizing Pre-Alarm. Each detector may be set for


Self-Optimizing pre-alarm. In this special mode, the detector learns its normal environment, measuring the peak analog readings over a long period of time, and setting the prealarm level just above these normal peaks.

VOICE AND TELEPHONE FEATURES:


Up to eight channels of digital audio.
50 watt and 75 watt digital amplifiers.
Solid state message generation.
Hard-wired voice control module options.
Firefighter telephone option.
30- to 120-watt high-efficiency amplifiers (AA Series).
Backup tone generator and amplifier option.
Multichannel voice transponder (XPIQ).

FlashScan Exclusive
World-Leading Detector Protocol
At the heart of the IFC2-3030 is a set of detection devices
and device protocol FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389).
FlashScan is an all-digital protocol that gives superior precision and high noise immunity.
As well as giving quick identification of an active input device,
this new protocol can also activate many output devices in a
fraction of the time required by competitive protocols. This
high speed also allows the IFC2-3030 to have the largest
device per loop capacity in the industry 318 points yet
every input and output device is sampled in less than two
seconds. The microprocessor-based FlashScan detectors
have bicolor LEDs that can be coded to provide diagnostic
information, such as device address during Walk Test.

AWACS Advanced Warning Addressable Combustion Sensing


AWACS is a set of software algorithms that provide the
IFC2-3030 with industry-leading smoke detection capability.
These complex algorithms require many calculations on each
reading of each detector, and are made possible by the very
high-speed microcomputer used by the IFC2-3030.
Drift Compensation and Smoothing. Drift compensation
allows the detector to retain its original ability to detect actual
smoke, and resist false alarms, even as dirt accumulates. It
reduces maintenance requirements by allowing the system to
automatically perform the periodic sensitivity measurements
required by NFPA 72. Smoothing filters are also provided by
software to remove transient noise signals, usually caused by
electrical interference.

Cooperating Multi-Detector Sensing. A patented feature of


AWACS is the ability of a smoke sensor to consider readings from nearby sensors in making alarm or pre-alarm decisions. Without statistical sacrifice in the ability to resist false
alarms, it allows a sensor to increase its sensitivity to actual
smoke by a factor of almost two to one.

Field Programming Options


Autoprogram. This timesaving feature is a special software
route. The FACP learns what devices are physically connected and automatically loads them in the program with
default values for all parameters. Requiring less than one
minute to run, this routine allows the user to have almost
immediate fire protection in a new installation, even if only a
portion of the detectors are installed.
Keypad Program Edit. The IFC2-3030 has the exclusive
feature of program creation and editing capability from the
front panel keypad, while continuing to provide fire protection.
The architecture of the IFC2-3030 software is such that each
point entry carries its own program, including control-byevent links to other points. This allows the program to be
entered with independent per-point segments, while the
IFC2-3030 simultaneously monitors other (already installed)
points for alarm conditions.
VeriFire Tools is an offline programming and test utility that
can greatly reduce installation programming time, and
increase confidence in the site-specific software. It is Windows based and provides technologically advanced capabilities to aid the installer. The installer may create the entire
program for the IFC2-3030 in the comfort of the office, test it,
store a backup file, then bring it to the site and download
from a laptop into the panel.

Ordering Information

Configuration Guidelines on page 4


Networking Options on page 4
Power Supplies on page 4
Audio Options on page 4
Compatible Devices, EIA-232 Ports on page 5
Compatible Devices, EIA-485 Ports on page 5
Compatible Intelligent Devices on page 6
Enclosures, Chassis & Dress Plates on page 6
Other Options on page 6

Maintenance Warnings. When the drift compensation performed for a detector reaches a certain level, the performance of the detector may be compromised, and special
warnings are given. There are three warning levels: (1) Low
Chamber value; (2) Maintenance Alert, indicative of dust
accumulation that is near but below the allowed limit; (3)
Maintenance Urgent, indicative of dust accumulation above
the allowed limit.
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CONFIGURATION GUIDELINES
Stand-alone and network systems require a main display. On
single-CPU systems (one IFC2-3030), the display option is
the JCPU2-3030D. On network systems (two or more networked fire panel nodes), at least one JNCA-2, IFW, or IFI
annunciation device is required. Options listed as follows.
JCPU2-3030D: IFC2-3030 Primary Display. JCPU2-3030D
ships with keypad/display installed; includes 640-character
backlit LCD display, QWERTY programming and control keypad. JCPU2-3030 is a central processing unit and requires
an AMPS-24(E) power supply.
JCPU2-3030ND: JCPU2-3030 without display.
VeriFire-TCD: VeriFire Tools CD-ROM. Contains programming software for IFC2-3030, IFC2-640, JNCA-2,
JDVC, and XPIQ. Includes local panel connection cable. Programming PC requires a serial port connection. See JCI6871.
LCM-320: Loop Control Module. Adds SLCs to 3030; 3030
supports up to 5 LCM-320s and 5 LEM-320s. See JCI-6881.
LEM-320: Loop Expander Module. Expands each LCM used
on the 3030. See JCI-6881.
SAMPLE SYSTEM: Four-loop IFC2-3030 with display:
JCPU2-3030D, DP-DISP, two BMP-1s, CHS-M3, two LCM320s, two LEM-320s, AMPS-24, SBB-A4, JDR-A4, JBP2-4,
BB-100, batteries.

NETWORKING OPTIONS
JNCA-2: Network Control Annunciator, 640 characters. An
alternate primary display for JCPU2-3030 can be provided by
the JNCA-2, IFW, or the IFI Workstation. Using JNCA-2 as
primary display enables non-English languages. On network
systems (two or more networked fire panel nodes), one network display (either JNCA-2, IFW, or the IFI Workstation) is
required for every system. On network systems, the JNCA-2
connects (and requires) a Network Control Module. Mounts
in a row of FACP node or in two annunciator positions.
Mounting options include the DP-DISP, ADP-4B, or in an
annunciator box, such as the JABS-2D. In CAB-4 top-row
applications, a DP-DISP and two BMP-1 blank modules are
required for mounting. See JCI-7047.
NCM-W, NCM-F: Network Communications Modules. Wire
and multi-mode fiber versions available. See JCI-6861.
HS-NCM-W/MF/SF/WMF/WSF/MFSF: High-speed network
communications modules. Wire, single-mode fiber, multimode fiber, and media conversion models are available. See
JCI-60482.
RPT-W, RPT-F, RPT-WF: Network repeater board with wire connection (RPT-W), fiber connection (RPT-F), or allowing a change
in media type between wire and fiber (RPT-WF).
See JCI6861.

IFI-W: UL-listed graphics PC workstation for NOTIFIRENET


with wire media. Includes NFN Gateway wire version (JNFNGW-PC-W) and 19" color flat-screen LCD monitor. Each IFI
workstation consumes one of 103 network addresses. See
JCI-60422.
IFI-HSN-W: UL-listed graphics PC workstation for wire highspeed network. Includes HS-NFN Gateway (JHSN-GW-PC-W)
and 19" color flat-screen LCD monitor. Each IFI consumes one
of up to 200 network addresses. See JCI-60422.

IFI-F: UL-listed graphics PC workstation for standard


NOTIFIRENET with fiber media. Includes NFN Gateway
wire version (JNFN-GW-PC-F) and 19" color flat-screen LCD

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monitor. Each IFI workstation consumes one of 103 network


addresses. See JCI-60422.
IFI-HSN-SF: UL-listed graphics PC workstation for singlemode-fiber high-speed network. Includes HS-NFN Gateway
(JHSN-GW-PC-SF) and 19" color flat-screen LCD monitor.
Each IFI consumes one of up to 200 network addresses. See
JCI-60422.
IFI-HSN-MF: UL-listed graphics PC workstation for multi-modefiber high-speed network. Includes HS-NFN Gateway (JHSNGW-PC-MF) and 19" color flat-screen LCD monitor. Each IFI
consumes one of up to 200 network addresses. See JCI60422.

JNFN-GW-EM, JNFN-GW-EM-3: NFN Gateway, embedded.


See JCI-60510 .

POWER SUPPLIES
AMPS-24(E): One required for each IFC2-3030. Addressable
power supply and battery charger with two 24 VDC outputs.
Addressable by any FlashScan or CLIP mode FACP.
Charges 7 to 200 AH batteries. Occupies up to four
addresses on an SLC, depending on configuration. Primary
input power for panel. See JCI-6883.
BAT Series Battery: AMPS-24 utilizes two 12 volt, 12 to 200
AH batteries. See JCI-6933.
BB-100: Backbox for batteries and power supplies. The BB100 is used to mount the AMPS-24(E) power supply (the
main power supply does not mount in the main cabinet). It
also mounts up to two PS-121000 100-AH batteries. 30"
(76.20 cm) wide x 25" (63.50 cm) high x 7.5" (19.05 cm)
deep; depth includes door.
BB-200: Backbox for batteries and power supplies. Holds
the AMPS-24(E) power supply when AMPS-24(E) is used as
a charger for 200 AH batteries. Holds up to four 100 AH batteries and power supply. 30" (76.20 cm) wide x 36" (91.44
cm) high x 7.5" (19.05 cm) deep; depth includes door.
JCI-LBB: Battery Box (required for batteries over 25 AH).
Dimensions: Box: 24" (610 mm) wide x 14" (356 mm) high x
7.75" (197 mm) deep. Door: 24.125" (613 mm) wide x 14.25"
(362 mm) high; door adds 0.0625" (approx. 1.6 mm) to depth.
APS2-6R: Auxiliary Power Supply. Provides up to 6.0
amperes of power for peripheral devices. Includes battery
input and transfer relay, and overcurrent protection. Mounts
on two of four positions on a CHS-4L or CHS-4 chassis. See
JCI-60061.
ACPS-610: 6.0 amp or 10 amp addressable charging power
supply. See JCI-60260.
FCPS-24S6/-24S8: Remote six-amp and eight-amp power
supplies with battery charger. See JCI-6927.

AUDIO OPTIONS
DAA-5025: 50W, 25 Vrms Digital Audio Amplifier assembly
with DAA-PS power supply board, shipped mounted to its
chassis. See JCI-7046.
DAA-5070: 50W, 70.7 Vrms Digital Audio Amplifier assembly
with DAA-PS power supply board, shipped mounted to its
chassis. See JCI-7046.
DAA-7525: 75W, 25 Vrms 75 watt digital audio amplifier
assembly with DAA-PS power supply board, shipped
mounted to its chassis. See JCI-60276.
DP-1B: Blank dress panel. Provides dead-front panel for
unused tiers; covers DAA-series or AA-series amplifier. See
JCI-7046.

CHS-BH1: Battery chassis; holds two 12.0 AH batteries.


Mounts on the left side of DAA chassis. See JCI-7046.

and automatic switchover, power supply, cables. See JCI60038.

JDVC-EM: Digital Voice Command, digital audio processor


with message storage for up to 32 minutes of standard quality (4 minutes at high quality) digital audio. See JCI-7045.

AA-120/AA-100: Audio Amplifier provides up to 120 watts of


25 Vrms audio power. The amplifier contains an integral
chassis for mounting to a CAB-B4, -C4, or -D4 backbox (consumes one row). Switch-mode power. Includes audio input
and amplified output supervision, backup input, and automatic switchover to backup tone. Order the AA-100 for 70.7
Vrms systems and 100 watts of power. See JCI-60038.

DVC-KD: Keypad for local annunciation and controls; status


LEDs and 24 user-programmable buttons. See JCI-7045.
CA-1: Chassis, occupies one tier of a CAB-4 Series enclosure. The left side accommodates one JDVC and a DVC-KD
(optional); and the right side houses a CMIC-1 microphone
and its well (optional). See JCI-7045.
CA-2: Chassis assembly, occupies two tiers of a CAB-4
Series enclosure. The left side accommodates one JDVC
mounted on a half-chassis and one IFC2-3030 or JNCA-2
mounted on a half-chassis. The right side houses a microphone/handset well. The CA-2 assembly includes CMIC-1
microphone. JADDR Series doors with two-tier visibility are
available for use with the CA-2 configuration: JADDR-B4,
JADDR-C4, JADDR-D4 (below).
TELH-1: Firefighters Telephone Handset for use with the
JDVC when mounted in the CA-2 chassis. See JCI-7045.
JADDR-B4: Two-tier-sized door designed for use with the
CA-2 chassis configuration. JADDR Series doors are similar
to CAB-4 Series DR doors, but a clear window space
exposes the top two tiers of the CAB-4 enclosure. Use an
SBB-B4 backbox with the JADDR-B4. See JCI-7045, JCI6857.
JADDR-C4: Three-tier-sized door designed for use with the
CA-2 chassis configuration. JADDR Series doors are similar
to CAB-4 Series DR doors, but a clear window space
exposes the top two tiers of the CAB-4 enclosure. Use an
SBB-C4 backbox with the JADDR-C4. See JCI-7045, JCI6857.
JADDR-D4: Four-tier-sized door designed for use with the
CA-2 chassis configuration. JADDR Series doors are similar
to CAB-4 Series DR doors, but a clear window space
exposes the top two tiers of the CAB-4 enclosure. Use an
SBB-D4 backbox with the JADDR-D4. See JCI-7045, JCI6857.
EQ Series Cabinets: EQ series cabinets will house amplifiers, power supplies, battery chargers and control modules.
EQ cabinets are available in three sizes, B through D. See
JCI-60263.
DPA-1: Dress panel, used with the CA-1 chassis when configured with a JDVC, DVC-KD, and CMIC-1. See JCI-7045.
DPA-2B: Dress Panel used with the CA-2 chassis assembly.
DPA-1A4: Dress panel, used with the CA-1 chassis when the
CMIC-1 is not used. Provides mounting options on right two
bays for two ACS annunciators, or for blank plates. See JCI7045.
CMIC-1: Microphone used with JDVC/JDVC-EM. Included
with CA-2 chassis assembly. See JCI-7045.
M500FPJ: Firephone Control Module connects a remote firefighter telephone to a centralized telephone console. Reports
status to panel. Wiring to jacks and handsets is supervised.
See JCI-6989.
RM-1/RM-1SA: Remote microphone assemblies, mount on
JADP-4 (RM-1) dress panel or CAB-RM/-RMR (RM-1SA)
stand-alone cabinets. See JCI-6728.

XPIQ: The XPIQ quad intelligent voice transponder for distributed multichannel voice evacuation systems, an integrated audio amplification and distribution subsystem
controlled by FACP. Capable of playing up to four simultaneous messages. Accepts up to four 25-watt amplifiers.

COMPATIBLE DEVICES, EIA-232 PORTS


JPRN-6: 80-column printer. See JCI-6956.
VS4095/5: Printer, 40-column, 24 V. Order from Keltron, Inc.

COMPATIBLE DEVICES, EIA-485 PORTS


ACM-24AT: ACS annunciator up to 96 points of annunciation with Alarm or Active LED, Trouble LED, and switch per
circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs can be programmed (by poweredup switch selection) by point to be red, green, or yellow; the
Trouble LED is always yellow. See JCI-6862.
AEM-24AT: Same LED and switch capabilities as ACM24AT; expands the ACM-24AT to 48, 72, or 96 pointsSee JCI6862.
ACM-48A: ACS annunciator up to 96 points of annunciation with Alarm or Active LED per circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs
can be programmed (by powered-up switch selection) in
groups of 24 to be red, green, or yellow. Expandable to 96
points with one AEM-48A. See JCI-6862.
AEM-48A: Same LED capabilities as ACM-48A; expands the
ACM-48A to 96 points. See JCI-6862.
ACM-8R: Remote Relay Module with eight Form-C contacts.
Can be located up to 6,000 ft. (1828.8 m) from panel on four
wires. See JCI-60044.
LCD-160: Liquid Crystal Display annunciator, 160-character
backlit. Can store character sets for multiple languages. Supports Canadian requirements. See JCI-6940.
LCD-80: 80-character, backlit LCD display. Mounts up to
6,000 ft. (1828.8 m) from panel. Up to 32 per FACP. See JCI3198.
SCS Series: Smoke control station; eight (expandable to 16)
circuits. See JCI-60050.
TM-4: Transmitter Module. Includes three reverse-polarity circuits and one municipal box circuit. Mounts in panel module
position (as in single-address mode applications) or in CHSM3 position. See JCI-6860.
UDACT: Universal Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter,
636 channel See JCI-60047.
UZC-256: Programmable Universal Zone Coder provides
positive non-interfering successive zone coding. Microprocessor-controlled, field-programmable from IBM-compatible
PCs (requires optional programming kit). Mounts on a CHS-4
series chassis within IFC2-3030.
DPI-232: Direct Panel Interface, specialized modem for
extending serial data links to remotely located FACPs and/or
peripherals.

AA-30: Audio Amplifier, 30 watts. Switch-mode power.


Includes amplifier and audio input supervision, backup input,
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COMPATIBLE INTELLIGENT DEVICES


BEAMHK: Heating kit for transmitter/receiver unit of FSB200(S) below. See JCI-60189.
BEAMHKR: Heating kit for use with the reflector of FSB200(S) below. See JCI-60189.
BEAMLRK: Long-range accessory kit, FSB-200(S) below.
See JCI-60189.
BEAMMRK: Multi-mount kit, FSB-200(S) below. See JCI60189.
BEAMSMK: Surface-mount kit, FSB-200(S) below. See JCI60189.
FSB-200: Intelligent beam smoke detector. See JCI-60189.
FSB-200S: Intelligent beam smoke detector with integral
sensitivity test. See JCI-60189.
2951J-COPTIR: FlashScan COPTIR Advanced Multi-Criteria
Detector. See JCI-60472.
1951J: Low-profile FlashScan ionization detector. See JCI60189.
2951J: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector. See
JCI-6935.

M300MJ-4-20: FlashScan 4-20 mA protocol monitor module. See JCI-60474.


M300CJ-REL: FlashScan releasing control module. See
JCI-60471.
M300CJ: FlashScan NAC control module. See JCI-6724.
M300RJ: FlashScan relay module. See JCI-6724.
JBG-12LX: Manual pull station, addressable. See JCI-60079.

M500XJ: Isolator module. See JCI-60114.


XP6-C: FlashScan six-circuit supervised control module.
See JCI-6924.
XP6-MA: FlashScan six-zone interface module; connects
intelligent alarm system to two-wire conventional detection
zone. See JCI-6925.
XP6-R: FlashScan six-relay (Form-C) control module. See
JCI-6926.
XP10-M: FlashScan ten-input monitor module. See JCI6923.

XPIQ: Intelligent quad transponder. See JCI-6823.

5951J: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C). See JCI6936.

ENCLOSURES, CHASSIS & DRESS PLATES


CAB-4 Series Enclosure: IFC2-3030 mounts in a standard
CAB-4 Series enclosure (available in four sizes, A through
D). Backbox and door ordered seperately; requires JBP2-4
battery plate. A trim ring option is available for semi-flush
mounting. See JCI-6857.

5951RJ: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C) with


rate-of-rise. See JCI-6936.

CHS-M3: Mounting chassis for JCPU2-3030. One required


for each JCPU2-3030D/3030ND.

5951HJ: FlashScan 190F (88C) high-temperature ther-

CA-2: Chassis for CPU when JDVC is used with fire fighter's
telephone. Mounts in the top two rows of a CAB-4 series
enclosure.

2951TJ: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector with


135F (57C) thermal. See JCI-6935.

mal detector. See JCI-6936.

DNR: InnovairFlex low-flow non-relay duct-detector housing


(order 2951J separately). Replaces DH300PL/DH300RPL.
See JCI-60432.
DNRW: Same as above with NEMA-4 rating, watertight. See
JCI-60432.
2951TMJ: FlashScan Acclimate low-profile multi-sensor
detector. See JCI-6937.

DP-DISP: Dress panel for top row in cabinet with JCPU23030D installed.
ADP-4B: Annunciator dress plate. Mounts in rows 2, 3 or 4
of a CAB-4 series enclosure. Used with ACS series annunciators.
BMP-1: Blank module for unused module positions.

7351J: FlashScan VIEW laser photo detector. See JCI60081.

DP-1B: Blank dress panel. Provides dead-front panel for


unused tiers; covers DAA-series or AA-series amplifier.

B224RB: Low-profile relay base. See JCI-60056.

JBP2-4: Battery plate, required.

B224BI: Isolator base for low-profile detectors. See JCI60056.

CHS-4L: Low-profile four-position Chassis. Mounts two AA30 amplifiers or one AMG-E and one AA-30.

B210LPJ: Low-profile base. Standard U.S. style.

CHS-4N: Chassis for mounting up to four APS-6Rs.

See JCI-

60056.

B501J: European-style, 4" (10.16 cm) base. See JCI-60056.


B501BH-2: Sounder base, includes B501 base above.
Replaces B501BH. See JCI-60056.
B501BHT-2: Temporal tone sounder base. Replaces B501BHT.
See JCI-60056.

CHS-6: Chassis used with the XP6 and XP10 Multi Modes.
Mounts up to six modules in any CAB-4 series row.

OTHER OPTIONS
411: Slave digital alarm communicator. See JCI-60155.
411UDAC: Digital alarm communicator. See JCI-60205.

B200SR: Intelligent sounder base, Temporal 3 or Continuous


tone. See JCI-60056.

NOTE: Other options as listed in previous sections.


Technical bulletins are available for many of these products.

M300MJ: FlashScan monitor module. See JCI-6720.

IPDACT-2/2UD Internet Monitoring Module: Mounts in IPENC


enclosure. Connects to primary and secondary DACT telephone
output ports for internet communications over customer-provided ethernet connection. Requires compatible Teldat VisorALARM Central Station Receiver. Can use DHCP or static IP. .

M300DJ: FlashScan dual monitor module. See JCI-6720.


M302MJ: FlashScan two-wire detector monitor module.
See JCI-6720.
M301MJ: FlashScan miniature monitor module. See JCI6720.
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IPCHSKIT: Plate for mounting IPDACT on a CHS-4 series chassis or CHS-M3 chassis.

IPSPLT: Y-adaptor option allow connection of both panel dialer


outputs to one IPDACT-2/2UD cable input.

IPENC: External enclosure for IPDACT, includes IPBRKT


mounting bracket; Red. For Black order IPENC-B.
Enclosure must be close-nipple to a panel no further than 6
in. (15 cm) via conduit. Required for NFS-320 applications.
BB-UZC: Backbox for housing the UZC-256 for applications
where the UZC will not fit in panel enclosure; Black. For Red,
order BB-UZC-R. See JCI-60041.

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SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
System Capacity

Agency Listings and Approvals

These listings and approvals apply to the modules specified


in this document. In some cases, certain modules or applications may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing
may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

Intelligent Signaling Line Circuits .........1 expandable to 10


Intelligent detectors ........................................ 159 per loop
Addressable monitor/control modules ............ 159 per loop
Programmable software zones........................... over 2000
ACS annunciators
per JCPU2-3030 ...................32 address x 64 or 96 points
NOTE: The JCPU2-3030 can support up to 96 annunciator
address points per ACM-24/-48.

Specifications
Primary input power:
AMPS-24: 110-120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 4.5 Amps maximum.
AMPS-24E: 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.25 Amps maximum.
DC output:
24 VDC: Up to 4.5 Amps
5 VDC: Up to 1.0 A.
NOTE: For details of DC output values, see manual 51907.

Battery charger range: 26 AH 200 AH. Use separate


cabinet for batteries over 26 AH.
Float Rate: 27.6 V.

Temperature and Humidity Ranges


This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0
49C/32 120F and at a relative humidity 93% 2% RH
(noncondensing) at 32C 2C (90F 3F). However, the
useful life of the system's standby batteries and the electronic
components may be adversely affected by extreme temperature ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that
this system and its peripherals be installed in an environment
with a normal room temperature of 15 27C/60 80F.

UL Listed: S1570
ULC Listed: S1570
MEA: 232-06-E Vol. 3
CSFM: 7165-0554:149 (Commercial)
FM6320 Approved. Class 6320 for Gas Detection
City of Chicago
City of Denver
PSB Corporation

Standards
The IFC2-3030 complies with the following UL Standards and
NFPA 72 Fire Alarm Systems requirements:
UL 864 (Fire).
UL 1076 (Burglary).
LOCAL (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and Sprinkler
Supervisory).
AUXILIARY (Automatic, Manual and Waterflow) (requires
TM-4).
REMOTE STATION (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and
Sprinkler Supervisory) (requires TM-4).
PROPRIETARY (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and Sprinkler Supervisory). Not applicable for FM.
EMERGENCY VOICE/ALARM.
OT, PSDN (Other Technologies, Packet-switched Data Network)

NOTIFIRENET is a trademarks, and Acclimate, FlashScan, NION,


NOTIFIER, ONYX, UniNet, VeriFire, and VIEW are all registered
trademarks of Honeywell International Inc.
2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly
prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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JCI-6881:A2

LCM-320 and LEM-320


Loop Control and Expander Modules

General

Features
Up to 12,500 feet (3,810 m) on a Class B (Style 4) SLC loop
(twisted-unshielded).
Built-in degraded mode increases survivability.
Very simple installation plug-in style.
Permits multiple loops in small enclosure.

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The LCM-320 Loop Control Module and the LEM-320 Loop


Expander Module provide Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs)
with Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs). The IFC-640/IFC2-640
supports one LEM-320; the IFC-3030/IFC2-3030 supports up
to five LCM-320s and five LEM-320s. The LEM-320 module is
used to expand the IFC-640/IFC2-640 to a second loop, and to
expand each LCM-320 used on the IFC-3030/IFC2-3030
each IFC-3030/IFC2-3030 LCM-320 supports an expansion
LEM-320.

Specifications

Loop Control
Module

Voltage: 24 VDC nominal, 27.6 VDC maximum.


Maximum loop length: The maximum wiring distance of an
SLC using 12 AWG (3.1 mm) twisted-pair wire is 12,500 feet
(3810 m) per channel. For a twisted-unshielded pair, 12 AWG
(3.1 mm) to 18 AWG (0.78 mm):
Distance with 12 AWG: 12,500 ft (3,810 m).
Distance with 14 AWG: 8,000 ft (2,438 m).
Distance with 16 AWG: 4,875 ft (1,486 m).
Distance with 18 AWG: 3,225 ft (983 m).
50 ohms maximum per length of Style 6 & 7 loops.
50 ohms maximum per branch for Style 4 loop.
Maximum current: for LCM-320: 130 mA; for LEM-320: 100
mA; for single SLC loop: 400 mA maximum.
NOTE: Maximum short circuit loop will shut down until short-circuit condition is corrected.

Maximum resistance: 50 ohms (supervised and powerlimited).


Temperature and humidity ranges: This system meets
NFPA requirements for operation at 0 49C/32 120F and
at a relative humidity 93% 2% RH (noncondensing) at 32C
2C (90F 3F). However, the useful life of the system's
standby batteries and the electronic components may be
adversely affected by extreme temperature ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this system and its
peripherals be installed in an environment with a normal room
temperature of 15 27C/60 80F.

Loop Expander
Module

Product Line Information


LCM-320: Loop Control Module. Adds SLCs to IFC-3030/
IFC2-3030; IFC-3030/IFC2-3030 supports up to five LCM320s and five LEM-320s.
LEM-320: Loop Expander Module. Expands each LCM used
on the IFC-3030/IFC2-3030; expands IFC-640/IFC2-640 to
two loops.

Agency Listings and Approvals


The listings and approvals below apply to the basic LCM-320
and LEM-320. In some cases, certain modules may not be
listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL: S1570 (IFC2-640, IFC2-3030)


ULC: CS118
FM Approved
CSFM: 7165-0554:149, 7170-0554:150 (LCM-320/LEM320 with IFC-3030/IFC2-3030). 7165-0554:143, 71700554:142 (LCM-320 with IFC-640/IFC2-640).
MEA: 232-06-E Vol.3 (LCM-320/LEM-320 with IFC2-3030).
FDNY: COA#6010 (LCM-320 with IFC2-640)

JCI-6881:A2 06/05/2009 Page 1 of 2

FLASHSCAN is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
Page 2 of 2 JCI-6881:A2 06/05/2009

jci-6724:B2

M300CJ(A) &
M300RJ(A)
Control and Relay Modules
General
M300CJ(A) Control Module: The M300CJ(A) Addressable
Control Module provides Johnson Controls intelligent fire
alarm control panels a circuit for Notification Appliances
(horns, strobes, speakers, etc.) Addressability allows the
M300CJ(A) to be activated, either manually or through panel
programming, on a select (zone or area of coverage) basis.
M300RJ(A) Relay Module: The M300RJ(A) Addressable
Relay Module provides the system with a dry-contact output
for activating a variety of auxiliary devices, such as fans,
dampers, control equipment, etc. Addressability allows the dry
contact to be activated, either manually or through panel programming, on a select basis.

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FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol that greatly enhances the speed of communication
between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the devices within the
group has new information, the panel CPU stops the group poll
and concentrates on single points. The net effect is response
speed greater than five times that of other designs.
M300CJ(A)

Features
Built-in type identification automatically identifies these
devices to the control panel.
Internal circuitry and relay powered directly by two-wire
SLC loop. The M300CJ(A) module requires power (for
horns, strobes, etc.), or audio (for speakers).
Integral LED blinks green each time a communication is
received from the control panel and turns on in steady red
when activated.
LED blink may be deselected globally (affects all devices).
High noise immunity (EMF/RFI).
The M300CJ(A) may be used to switch 24-volt NAC power,
audio (up to 70.7 Vrms).
Wide viewing angle of LED.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for wiring ease.
Direct-dial entry of address 01 159 for FlashScan loops,
01 99 for CLIP mode loops.
Speaker, and audible/visual applications may be wired for
Class B or A (Style Y or Z).

Applications
The M300CJ(A) is used to switch 24 VDC audible/visual
power, high-level audio (speakers), or control telephone
devices. The M300RJ(A) may be programmed to operate dry
contacts for applications such as door holders or Air Handling
Unit shutdown, and to reset four-wire smoke detector power.

The M300RJ(A) provides two Form-C dry contacts that


switch together.

Operation
Each M300CJ(A) or M300RJ(A) uses one of 159 possible
module addresses on a SLC loop (99 on CLIP loops). It
responds to regular polls from the control panel and reports its
type and status, including the open/normal/short status of its
Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC). The LED blinks with each
poll received. On command, it activates its internal relay. The
M300CJ(A) supervises Class B (Style Y) or Class A (Style Z)
notification or control circuits.
Upon code command from the panel, the M300CJ(A) will disconnect the supervision and connect the external power supply in the proper polarity across the load device. The
disconnection of the supervision provides a positive indication
to the panel that the control relay actually turned ON. The
external power supply is always relay isolated from the communication loop so that a trouble condition on the external
power supply will never interfere with the rest of the system.
Rotary switches set a unique address for each module. The
address may be set before or after mounting. The built-in
TYPE CODE (not settable) will identify the module to the control panel, so as to differentiate between a module and a sensor address.

NOTE: Refer to the SLC Manual (PN 51870) for details regarding
releasing applications with the M300CJ(A).

Specifications for M300CJ(A)

Construction

Maximum current draw: 6.5 mA (LED on).

The face plate is made of off-white heat-resistant plastic.


Controls include two rotary switches for direct-dial entry of
address (01-159).
The M300CJ(A) is configured for a single Class B (Style Y)
or Class A (Style Z) Notification Appliance Circuit.

Average operating current: 350 A direct poll, 375 A group


poll with LED flashing, 485 A Max. (LED flashing, NAC
shorted.)

Normal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.

Maximum NAC Line Loss: 4 VDC.

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External supply voltage (between Terminals T10 and


T11): Maximum (NAC): Regulated 24 VDC; Maximum
(Speakers): 70.7 V RMS, 50W.
Drain on external supply: 1.7 mA maximum using 24 VDC
supply; 2.2 mA Maximum using 80 VRMS supply.
Max NAC Current Ratings: For class B wiring system, the
current rating is 3A; For class A wiring system, the current rating is 2A.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).

Contact Ratings for M300RJ(A)


Current
Rating

Load
Description

Application

30 VDC

Resistive

Non-Coded

2A

30 VDC

Resistive

Coded

.9 A

110 VDC

Resistive

Non-Coded

.9 A

125 VDC

Resistive

Non-Coded
Coded

3A

Maximum
Voltage

Humidity range: 10% to 93% non-condensing.

.5 A

30 VDC

Dimensions: 4.5" (114.3 mm) high x 4" (101.6 mm) wide x


1.25" (31.75 mm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (101.6 mm) square x
2.125" (53.975 mm) deep box.

Inductive
(L/R=5ms)

1A

30 VDC

Inductive
(L/R=2ms)

Coded

Accessories: SMB500 Electrical Box; CB500 Barrier

.3 A

125 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

1.5 A

25 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

.7 A

70.7 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

2A

25 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

Specifications for M300RJ(A)


Normal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Maximum current draw: 6.5 mA (LED on).
Average operating current: 230 A direct poll; 255 A group
poll.
EOL resistance: not used.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% non-condensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (114.3 mm) high x 4" (101.6 mm) wide x
1.25" (31.75 mm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (101.6 mm) square x
2.125" (53.975 mm) deep box.
Accessories: SMB500 Electrical Box; CB500 Barrier

NOTE: Maximum (Speakers): 70.7 V RMS, 50 W

Product Line Information


NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC Listed model.

M300CJ(A): Intelligent Addressable Control Module.

Agency Listings and Approvals

M300RJ(A): Intelligent Addressable Relay Module.

In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain


approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

A2143-20: Capacitor, required for Class A (Style Z) operation


of speakers.

UL: S1570
ULC: S1570 (A version only)
FM Approved
CSFM: 7300-0554:131
MEA: 130-00-E
FDNY: COA #6036

SMB500: Optional Surface-Mount Backbox.


CB500: Control Module Barrier required by UL for separating power-limited and non-power limited wiring in the same
junction box as M300CJ(A).
NOTE: For installation instructions, see the following documents:
M300CJ(A) Installation document I56-3750.
M300RJ(A) Installation document I56-3751.
JCI SLC Wiring Manual, document 51870.

FlashScan is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2010. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly
prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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jci-6720:B1

M300MJ(A), M301MJ(A),
M302MJ(A) & M300DJ(A)
Monitor Modules with FlashScan

General
Four different monitor modules are available for Johnson Controls intelligent control panels for a variety of applications.
Monitor modules supervise a circuit of dry-contact input
devices, such as conventional heat detectors and pull stations,
or monitor and power a circuit of two-wire smoke detectors
(M302MJ(A)).
M300MJ(A) is a standard-sized module (typically mounts to a
4" [10.16 cm] square box) that supervises either a Style D
(Class A) or Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contact input
devices.

M302MJ(A) is a standard-sized module that monitors and


supervises compatible two-wire, 24 volt, smoke detectors on a
Style D (Class A) or Style B (Class B) circuit.
M300DJ(A) is a standard-sized dual monitor module that monitors and supervises two independent two-wire Style B (Class
B) dry-contact initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate,
consecutive addresses in intelligent, two-wire systems.
FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol that greatly increases the speed of communication
between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the devices within the
group has new information, the panel CPU stops the group poll
and concentrates on single points. The net effect is response
speed greater than five times that of other . design protocols.

M300MJ(A) Monitor Module


Built-in type identification automatically identifies this device
as a monitor module to the control panel.
Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop. No additional power
required.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops;
01 99 on CLIP loops.
LED flashes green during normal operation (this is a programmable option) and latches on steady red to indicate
alarm.
The M300MJ(A) Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems, where the individual address of each
module is selected using the built-in rotary switches. It provides either a two-wire or four-wire fault-tolerant Initiating
Device Circuit (IDC) for normally-open-contact fire alarm and
supervisory devices. The module has a panel-controlled LED
indicator. The M300MJ(A) can be used to replace M500MJ(A)
modules in existing systems.

M300MJ(A) APPLICATIONS
Use to monitor a zone of four-wire smoke detectors, manual
fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or other normallyopen dry-contact alarm activation devices. May also be used
to monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special
supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit

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M301MJ(A) is a miniature monitor module a mere 1.3" (3.302


cm) H x 2.75" (6.985 cm) W x 0.5" (1.270 cm) D that supervises a Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contact input devices.
Its compact design allows the M301MJ(A) to often be mounted
in a single-gang box behind the device it monitors.

M300MJ(A) (Type H)
may be wired as an NFPA Style B (Class B) or Style D (Class
A) Initiating Device Circuit. A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor
(provided) terminates the Style B circuit. No resistor is
required for supervision of the Style D circuit.

M300MJ(A) OPERATION
Each M300MJ(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A flashing LED indicates
that the module is in communication with the control panel.
The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current limitations on the loop).

M300MJ(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Maximum current draw: 5.0 mA (LED on).
Average operating current: 350 A (LED flashing), 1 communication every 5 seconds, 47k EOL.
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 40 ohms.
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
1.25" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

M301MJ(A) Mini Monitor Module


Built-in type identification automatically identifies this device
as a monitor module to the panel.
Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop. No additional power
required.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
Tinned, stripped leads for ease of wiring.

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Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops;


01 99 on CLIP loops.
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The M301MJ(A) Mini Monitor Module can be installed in a single-gang junction directly behind the monitored unit. Its small
size and light weight allow it to be installed without rigid mounting. The M301MJ(A) is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire
systems where the individual address of each module is
selected using rotary switches. It provides a two-wire initiating
device circuit for normally-open-contact fire alarm and security
devices. The M301MJ(A) can be used to replace M501MJ(A)
modules in existing systems.

M301MJ(A) APPLICATIONS
Use to monitor a single device or a zone of four-wire smoke
detectors, manual fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or
other normally-open dry-contact devices. May also be used to
monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit/device
is wired as an NFPA Style B (Class B) Initiating Device Circuit.
A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the circuit.

M301MJ(A) OPERATION
Each M301MJ(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC).

M301MJ(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Average operating current: 350 A, 1 communication every
5 seconds, 47k EOL; 600 A Max. (Communicating, IDC
Shorted).
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 40 ohms.
Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts.
Maximum IDC Current: 400 A.
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 1.3" (3.302 cm) high x 2.75" (6.985 cm) wide x
0.65" (1.651 cm) deep.
Wire length: 6" (15.24 cm) minimum.

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M302MJ(A) Interface Module


Supports compatible two-wire smoke detectors.
Supervises IDC wiring and connection of external power
source.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan systems, 01 99 on CLIP loops.
LED flashes during normal operation; this is a programmable option.
LED latches steady to indicate alarm on command from
control panel.
The M302MJ(A) Interface Module is intended for use in intelligent, addressable systems, where the individual address of
each module is selected using built-in rotary switches. This
module allows intelligent panels to interface and monitor twowire conventional smoke detectors. It transmits the status (normal, open, or alarm) of one full zone of conventional detectors
back to the control panel. All two-wire detectors being monitored must be UL compatible with the module.
The
M302MJ(A) can be used to replace M502MJ(A) modules in
existing systems.

M302MJ(A) APPLICATIONS
Use the M302MJ(A) to monitor a zone of two-wire smoke
detectors. The monitored circuit may be wired as an NFPA
Style B (Class B) or Style D (Class A) Initiating Device Circuit.
A 3.9 K ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the
end of the Style B or D (class B or A) circuit (maximum IDC
loop resistance is 25 ohms). Install ELR across terminals 8
and 9 for Style D application.

M302MJ(A) OPERATION
Each M302MJ(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A flashing LED indicates
that the module is in communication with the control panel.
The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current limitations on the loop).

M302MJ(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Maximum current draw: 5.1 mA (LED on).
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 25 ohms.
Average operating current: 300 A, 1 communication and 1
LED flash every 5 seconds, 3.9k eol.
EOL resistance: 3.9K ohms.
External supply voltage (between Terminals T3 and T4):
DC voltage: 24 volts power limited. Ripple voltage: 0.1 Vrms
maximum. Current: 90 mA per module maximum.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
1.25" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

M300DJ(A) Dual Monitor Module


The M300DJ(A) Dual Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems. It provides two independent two-wire
initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate, consecutive
addresses. It is capable of monitoring normally open contact fire
alarm and supervisory devices; or either normally open or nor-

mally closed security devices. The module has a single panelcontrolled LED.
NOTE: The M300DJ(A) provides two Style B (Class B) IDC circuits
ONLY. Style D (Class A) IDC circuits are NOT supported in any
application.

M301MJ(A): Monitor module, miniature.


M302MJ(A): Monitor module, two-wire detectors.
M300DJ(A): Monitor module, dual, two independent Class B
circuits.
SMB500: Optional surface-mount backbox.

M300DJ(A) SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE: See installation instructions and refer to the SLC Wiring


Manual, PN 51870.

Normal operating voltage range: 15 to 32 VDC.


Maximum current draw: 6.4 mA (LED on).
Average operating current: 750 A (LED flashing).
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 1,500 ohms.
Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts.
Maximum IDC Current: 240 A
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Maximum SLC Wiring resistance: 40 Ohms.
Temperature range: 32 to 120F (0 to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% (non-condensing).
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep.

M300DJ(A) AUTOMATIC ADDRESSING


The M300DJ(A) automatically assigns itself to two addressable points, starting with the original address. For example, if
the M300DJ(A) is set to address 26, then it will automatically
assign itself to addresses 26 and 27.
NOTE: Ones addresses on the M300DJ(A) are 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8
only. Terminals 6 and 7 use the first address, and terminals 8 and
9 use the second address.

CAUTION:
Avoid duplicating addresses on the system.

Installation
M300MJ(A), M302MJ(A), and M300DJ(A) modules mount
directly to a standard 4" (10.16 cm) square, 2.125" (5.398 cm)
deep, electrical box. They may also be mounted to the
SMB500 surface-mount box. Mounting hardware and installation instructions are provided with each module. All wiring
must conform to applicable local codes, ordinances, and regulations. These modules are intended for power-limited wiring
only.
The M301MJ(A) module is intended to be wired and mounted
without rigid connections inside a standard electrical box. All
wiring must conform to applicable local codes, ordinances, and
regulations.

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
UL: S1570
ULC: S8643
FM Approved
CSFM: 7300-0554-131(M300MJ,
7300-0554-144(M300DJ)
MEA: 457-99-E Vol. 3

M301MJ,

M302MJ);

Product Line Information


NOTE: A or suffix indicates ULC-listed model.

M300MJ(A): Monitor module.


jci-6720:B1 09/16/09 Page 3 of 4

FlashScan is a registered trademark and FireWatch is a trademark of


Honeywell International Inc.
2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
Page 4 of 4 jci-6720:B1 09/16/09

JCI-60114:A1

M500XJ
Fault Isolator Module

General
The Johnson Controls M500XJ Fault Isolator Module is used
with the IFC Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACP) to
protect the system against wire-to-wire short circuits on the
SLC loops.

Powered by SLC loop directly, no external power required.


Mount in standard 4.0" (10.16 cm) square (2.125" [5.398
cm] deep) junction boxes.
Integral LED blinks to indicate normal condition. Illuminates
steady when short circuit condition is detected.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
Wide viewing angle of LED.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Opens SLC loop automatically on detection of short, preventing the short from causing failure of the entire loop.
Automatically resets on correction of short.
Supports Style 4, 6, or 7 wiring.

M500XJ

Applications
The Fault Isolator Modules should be spaced between groups
of sensors in a loop to protect the rest of the loop. Use to isolate short circuit problems within a section of a loop so that
other sections can continue to operate normally. The M500XJ
supports a maximum of 25 devices in-between isolators,
except when using relay bases.
NOTE: ON LOADS PER RELAY BASE AND ISOLATORS/ISOLATOR BASES: the maximum number of addressable devices
between isolators (or B224BI isolator bases) is 25 devices.

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B224RB relay bases draw more current than all other intelligent devices. When calculating the 25-device maximum:
B224RB represents 2.5 devices (see example on page 2)
NOTE: ON MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DEVICES: See the SLC
Manual (p/n 51870) for information on loss of addresses due to
current limitations. Each module or base added reduces the
capacity of address positions in an SLC. Requirements differ as
applied to relay bases (see note above).

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Features

Construction
The face plate is made of off-white plastic. Includes yellow
LED indicator that pulses when normal and illuminates steady
when a short is detected.

Operation
Automatically opens circuit when the line voltage drops below
four volts. Fault Isolator Modules should be spaced between
groups of addressable devices (maximum 25, see notes on
page 1) in a loop to protect the rest of the loop. If a short
occurs between any two isolators, then both isolators immediately switch to an open circuit state and isolate the groups of
sensors between them. The remaining units on the loop continue to fully operate.
In Style 4 loops, the M500XJ is generally used at each T-tap
branch, to limit the effect of short circuits on a branch to the
devices on that branch. The LED indicator is on continuously
during a short circuit condition.
The M500XJ Fault Isolator Module automatically restores the
shorted portion of the communications loop to normal condition when the short circuit condition is removed.

Installation
Mount on a standard 4" (10.16 cm) mounting junction box
which is at least 2.125" (5.398 cm) deep.
Terminal screws are provided for in and out wiring.
Installation instructions are provided with each module.
Surface-mount box is available as an option.

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Specifications
Operating voltage: 15 32 VDC (peak).
Current range: 5 mA for LED latched in alarm.
Standby current: 400 A maximum, plus supervision current.
Pulsing current: 30 mA for 15 mS (CMX-1, CMX-2, FCM-1).
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Relative humidity: 10% to 93%.
Weight: (5 oz.) 150 grams.

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL: S1570
ULC: CS669
FM Approved
CSFM: 7300-0554:152

Architectual/Engineering
Specifications
Fault Isolator Modules shall be provided to automatically isolate wire-to-wire short circuits on an SLC loop. The Fault Isolator Module shall limit the number of modules or detectors that
may be rendered inoperative by a short circuit fault on the SLC
Loop. If a wire-to-wire short occurs, the Fault Isolator Module
shall automatically open-circuit (disconnect) the SLC loop.
When the short circuit condition is corrected, the Fault Isolator
Module shall automatically reconnect the isolated section of
the SLC loop. The Fault Isolator Module shall not require any
address-setting, and its operations shall be totally automatic. It
shall not be necessary to replace or reset an Fault Isolator
Module after its normal operation. The Fault Isolator Module
shall mount in a standard 4.0" (10.16 cm) deep electrical box,
in a surface-mounted backbox, or in the Fire Alarm Control
Panel. It shall provide a single LED which shall flash to indicate that the Isolator is operational and shall illuminate steadily
to indicate that a short circuit condition has been detected and
isolated.

Product Line Information


M500XJ: Isolator Module.
M500XJA: Isolator Module. Canadian (ULC) version.
SMB500: Surface Mount Backbox

Examples of Device Counts


(see notes under Applications)

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2009. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


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SpectrAlert Advance
Indoor Selectable Output Speaker Strobes and
Dual Voltage Evacuation Speakers

General
The SpectrAlert Advance Series of speakers and speaker
strobes is designed to reduce ground faults. The plug-in design
allows the installer to pre-wire mounting plates and dress the
wires before plugging in the speakers. The plastic cover prevents nicked wires by covering exposed speaker components.
This design also allows faster installations with instant feedback
to ensure that wiring is properly connected, rotary switches to
select voltage and power settings, and 11 field selectable candela settings for wall and ceiling speaker strobes.
The low total harmonic distortion of the SP speaker offers high
fidelity sound output while the SPV speaker offers high volume
sound output for use in high ambient noise applications.
Attach a universal mounting plate to a 4 x 4 x 2-1/8 back
box. Flush mount applications are achievable without the
need for an extension ring.
Connect the notification appliance circuit or speaker wiring to
the PEMS terminals on the mounting plate.
Attach the speaker or speaker strobe to the mounting plate
by inserting the product tabs into the mounting plate grooves.
Rotate the device into position to lock the product pins into
the mounting plate terminals. The device will temporarily hold
in place with a catch until it is secured with a captured mounting screw.

Features
Plug-in design
Protective cover isolates speaker components, reduces
ground faults
Electrical compatibility with existing SpectrAlert products
Field selectable candela settings on wall and ceiling units:
Standard: 15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95, 110, 115
High: 135, 150, 177, 185
Shorting spring on mounting plate tests continuity before
installation
Rotary switch simplifies field selection of speaker voltage and
power settings
Universal mounting plate for wall- and ceiling-mount units
Compatible with System Sensor synchronization protocol
SP speakers offer high fidelity sound output
SPV speakers offer high volume sound output
Automatic selection of 12 or 24 volt operation at 15 and 15/75
candela
No extension ring required
Ceiling and wall mount application
Optional tamper resistant Torx head screw included

Specifications
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Temperature: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
Humidity Range: 10 to 93% non-condensing
Dimensions, Wall-Mount:

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SpectrAlert Advance makes installation easy

SPSV Speaker Strobe: 6.0L x 5.0W x 4.9D


(includes lens and speaker)
SP Speaker: 6.0L x 5.0W x 2.8D
SPSV Speaker: 6.0L x 5.0W x 2.9D
Dimensions, Ceiling-Mount:
SPS Speaker Strobe: 6.8Dia x 4.7D
(includes lens and speaker)
SPSV Speaker Strobe: 6.8Dia x 4.8D
(includes lens and speaker)
SP Speaker: 6.8Dia x 2.8D
SPSV Speaker: 6.8Dia x 2.9D

ELECTRICAL/OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal Voltage (speakers): 25 Volts or 70.7 Volts (nominal)
Maximum Supervisory Voltage (speakers): 50VDC
Strobe Flash Rate: 1 flash per second
Nominal Voltage (strobes): Regulated 12VDC/FWR or regulated 24DC/FWR
Operating Voltage Range (includes fire alarm panels with
built-in sync): 8 to 17.5V (12V nominal) or 16 to 33V (24V
nominal)
Operating Voltage with MDL Sync Module: 9 to 17.5V (12V
nominal) or 17 to 33V (24V nominal)
Frequency Range: 400 to 4000 Hz
Power: , , 1, 2 watts

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in progress. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL Listed: S4048
MEA: 10-08-E
CSFM: 7320-1653:201
FM Approved

SPS Speaker Strobe: 6.0L x 5.0W x 4.7D


(includes lens and speaker)
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SYNCHRONIZATION MODULE

UL Maximum Strobe Current Draw (mA RMS)


Candela

Standard
Candela
Range

High
Candela
Range

15
15/75
30
75
95
110
115
135
150
177
185

8 to 17.5 Volts
DC
FWR
123
128
142
148
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

16 to 33 Volts
DC
FWR
66
71
77
81
94
96
158
153
181
176
202
195
210
205
228
207
246
220
281
251
286
258

Sound Output
UL Reverberant (dBA @ 10ft)
Wall Mount SP Series
Wall Mount SPV Series
Ceiling Mount SPC Series
Ceiling Mount SPCV Series
Wall Mount SPS Series
Wall Mount SPSV Series
Ceiling Mount SPSC Series
Ceiling Mount SPSCV Series

2W
86
90
86
90
85
89
85
89

1W
83
87
83
87
82
86
82
86

W
80
84
80
84
79
83
79
83

W
77
81
77
81
76
80
76
80

Architectural/Engineering
Specifications
GENERAL
SpectrAlert Advance speaker and speaker strobes shall mount to a
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 backbox. A universal mounting plate shall be used for
mounting ceiling and wall products. The notification appliance circuit and
amplifier wiring shall terminate at the universal mounting plate. Also,
SpectrAlert Advance speaker strobes, when used with the Sync Circuit.
Module accessory, shall be powered from a non-coded notification appliance circuit output and shall operate on a nominal 12 or 24volts. When
used with the Sync.Circuit Module, 12 volt rated notification appliance circuit outputs shall operate between nine and 17.5 volts; 24 volt rated notification appliance circuit outputs shall operate between 17 and 33 volts.
Indoor SpectrAlert Advance products shall operate between 32F and
120F from a regulated DC, or full-wave rectified, unfiltered power supply.
Speaker strobes shall have field-selectable candela settings including 15,
15/75, 30, 75, 95, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177, 185.

SPEAKER
The speaker shall be a System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance model
_______ dual-voltage transformer speaker capable of operating at 25.0 or
70.7 nominal Vrms. It should be listed to UL 1480 and shall be approved
for fire protective service. The speaker shall have a frequency range of
400 to 4000Hz and shall have an operating temperature between 32F
and 120F. Speaker shall have power taps and voltage that are selected
by rotary switches.

The module shall be a System Sensor Sync Circuit model MDL listed to
UL 464 and shall be approved for fire protective service. The module shall
synchronize SpectrAlert strobes at 1Hz. The module shall mount to a
4-11/16 x 4-11/16 x 2-1/8 backbox. The module shall also control two
Style Y (class B) circuits or one Style Z (class A) circuit. The module shall
synchronize multiple zones. Daisy chaining two or more synchronization
modules together will synchronize all the zones they control. The module
shall not operate on a coded power supply.

Ordering Information
NOTE: (W) indicates white coloring; (R), red.

WALL MOUNT

SP(W)(R): Speaker only.


SP(W)(R)V: Speaker only, high dB; white.
SPS(W)(R)*: Speaker strobe, selectable candela (15, 15/75,
30, 75, 95, 100, 115).
SPS(W)(R)H*: Speaker strobe, selectable candela, high cd
(135, 150, 177, 185).
SPS(W)(R)V*: Speaker strobe, selectable candela, high dB.

CEILING MOUNT

SPC(W)(R): Speaker only.


SPC(W)(R)V: Speaker only, high dB.
SPSC(W*)(R): Speaker strobe, selectable candela (15, 15/75,
30, 50, 75, 95, 110, 115)
SPSC(W*)(R)H: Speaker strobe, selectable candela, high cd
(135, 150, 177, 185)
SPSC(W*)(R)V: Speaker strobe, selectable candela, high dB
(15, 15/75, 30, 50, 75, 95, 110, 115).
SPSC(W*)(R)VH: Speaker strobe, selectable candela, high dB,
high cd (135, 150, 177, 185).

ACCESSORIES

RFP: Retrofit plate, red.


RFPW: Retrofit plate, white.
SPBBSC: Ceiling mount backbox skirt, red.
SPBBSCW: Ceiling mount backbox skirt, white.
SPBBS: Wall mount backbox skirt, red.
SPBBSW: Wall mount backbox skirt, white.
TR: Wall mount trim ring, red.
TRW: Wall mount trim ring, white.
TRC: Ceiling mount trim ring, red.
TRCW: Ceiling mount trim ring, white.
*NOTE: Add -P to model number for plain housing (no FIRE
marking on the cover), e.g. SPSW-P

SPEAKER STROBE COMBINATION


The speaker strobe shall be a System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance model
__________ listed to UL1480 and UL 1971 and be approved for fire protective signaling systems. Speaker shall be capable of operating at 25.0 or
70.7 nominal Vrms selected via rotary switch, and shall have a frequency
range of 400 to 4000Hz. Speaker shall have power taps which are
selected by rotary switch. The strobe shall comply with the NFPA 72
requirements for visible signaling appliances, flashing at 1Hz over the
strobes entire operating voltage range. The strobe light shall consist of a
xenon flash tube and associated lens/reflector system.

SpectrAlert is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2008. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly
prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Johnson Controls Field Support Center.


507 East Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 www.johnsoncontrols.com
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