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collapse Addressable Control Panels

 collapse Addressable Modules and Detectors
Question :

I have CRF-300’s (Relay 1FC) zone assigned to my detectors but they don’t latch when I test the detectors in Walktest.​

Answer :

In Walktest mode only “Silenceable” outputs will be activated, if your relays are programmed as “Non-Silenceable” they will not latch.​

Question :

Is it possible to delay the activation of an addressable relay?​

Answer :

No, we have no way of delaying the activation of an addressable relay. ​

 collapse FCPS-24F Series
Question :
Connecting Two or More Power Supplies in Sync
Answer :
Connecting Two or More Power Supplies in Sync
The Sync source Panel or first FCPS-24FS 6/8 in a series of 2 or more should be set as a Sync Generator or "Master." Use one of the output circuits off the "Master" FCPS-24FS 6/8 to trip the second power supply. The second power supply and all others after it will all be configured as "Sync Followers" or "Slaves".
 
See Also: FCPS-FS6 & FS8 Field Charger Power Supplies Manual.

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Question :

What is the difference between a module trouble “OPEN” and “INV REP”?​

Answer :

The “INV REP” trouble is referring to the SLC side of the module, and communications with the panel, while an “OPEN” is dealing with the input side of the module, and supervision of an attached device.​

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Question :
My MS-25 is displaying “AC1”, but I have good AC power what does this mean?
Answer :

The “AC1 or2” message on the MS-25 is not referring to the AC Line Voltage, but rather the Central Station Account 1 or 2. This trouble also referred to as a “COMM Fault” means that the panel was not able to communicate with Central Station after 10 attempts. Note that this is not necessarily referring to the physical phone line 1 or 2 but the Primary or Secondary Account.

Question :
The communicator on the MS-25 is similar to the MS-5\10UD panels in that there is no “DACT Enabled” function (as in the addressable panels). The options  “Dial Tone Detection” and “Line Monitoring Enabled” are Supervision functions only.

Answer :


The communicator is “Enabled” by selecting the required Reporting Filters either “Must” or “Yes”.

Question :
My MS-25 is displaying “AC1”, but I have good AC power what does this mean?
Answer :

The “AC1 or2” message on the MS-25 is not referring to the AC Line Voltage, but rather the Central Station Account 1 or 2. This trouble also referred to as a “COMM Fault” means that the panel was not able to communicate with Central Station after 10 attempts. Note that this is not necessarily referring to the physical phone line 1 or 2 but the Primary or Secondary Account.

Question :
The communicator on the MS-25 is similar to the MS-5\10UD panels in that there is no “DACT Enabled” function (as in the addressable panels). The options  “Dial Tone Detection” and “Line Monitoring Enabled” are Supervision functions only.

Answer :


The communicator is “Enabled” by selecting the required Reporting Filters either “Must” or “Yes”.

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Question :
I am installing an MS-9050UD and the transformer just has two wires for connecting the AC. My jurisdiction does not allow wire nuts on the AC what can I do?

Answer :

The optional AC-TRMBLK is a screw terminal block that mounts to the chassis for making this connection.

 collapse MS-9200UD/UDLS
Question :

Can the MS-9200UDLS be Semi-flush mounted?​

Answer :

Our current panels can be “semi-flush” mounted, no more than 3.875” into the wall, this ensures that the ventilation holes remain unobstructed, and allows the door to open flat against the wall. Also note that an optional trim ring (p\n TR-CE) is available for cosmetic purposes.

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