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Marine Fire Detection System Manual MXL Control Panel

US Coast Guard Approved Certificate No. (Cert No:161.002/22/7)


Reference ULI File No. S522

Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.


Fire Safety 8 Fernwood Road Florham Park, NJ 07932 Phone (973) 593-2600 Fax (973) 593-6612 www.sbt.siemens.com/fis

P/N 315-092382-6

Table Of Contents
I DESCRIPTION OF THE MXL MARINE CONTROL PANEL ................................................ 1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 1 Equipment Location ........................................................................................................ 2 Software ........................................................................................................................... 2 Minimum MXL Control Panel Configuration ................................................................. 2 Components of the Basic System ................................................................................. 5 MMB-2 Main Board ....................................................................................................... 5 MPS-6 Power Supply .................................................................................................... 6 MPS-12 Power Supply .................................................................................................. 6 MKB-1 Keyboard/Annunciator Panel ............................................................................. 6 TSP-40 Logging Printer ................................................................................................. 7 TSW-2 Tamper Switch ................................................................................................... 7 BP-61 Batteries ............................................................................................................. 7 BTX Batteries ................................................................................................................ 7 Optional Modules ............................................................................................................ 8 MOM-4 Card Cage ........................................................................................................ 8 MOM-2 Card Cage ........................................................................................................ 8 CSM-4 Signal Module ................................................................................................... 9 CRM-4 Relay Module .................................................................................................... 9 CZM-4 Conventional Zone Module ............................................................................... 9 ALD-2I Analog Loop Driver ............................................................................................ 9 PSR-1 Remote Power Supply ..................................................................................... 10 NET-4 Communication Interface ................................................................................. 10 NET-7 Communication Interface ................................................................................. 11 MOI-7 Voice and Annunciator Driver ........................................................................... 11 MOD-16 Output Driver................................................................................................. 11 MID-16 Input Driver ..................................................................................................... 11 PIM-1 Peripheral Interface Module .............................................................................. 12 CZM-1B6 Remote Conventional Zone Module............................................................ 12 LIM-1 Loop Isolator Module ......................................................................................... 12 Intelligent/Analog Devices ............................................................................................ 13 FP-11 Intelligent/Analog Photoelectric Detector .......................................................... 13 FPT-11 Intelligent Thermal Detector ............................................................................ 13 ILP-1 Intelligent/Analog Photoelectric Detector ........................................................... 13 ILPT-1 Intelligent/Analog Photoelectric Detector with Heat Sensor ............................ 13 ILI-1 Intelligent/Analog Ionization Detector .................................................................. 13 ILI-1H Intelligent/Analog Ionization High Altitude Detector .......................................... 13 ILI-1A Intelligent/Analog Ionization High Air-Velocity Detector .................................... 13 ILI-1A Intelligent/Analog Ionization High Air-Velocity, High Velocity Detector .............. 13 ILI-1AH Intelligent/Analog Ionization High Air Velocity, High Altitude Detector ............ 14 ILI-1B Intelligent/Analog Ionization Air-Duct Detector ................................................. 14 ILI-1BH Intelligent/Analog Ionization Air-Duct High Altitude Detector .......................... 14 MSI-10B/20B Intelligent Manual Station ...................................................................... 14 MSI-B6F Intelligent Manual Station ............................................................................. 14 TRI-B6M Intelligent Interface Module .......................................................................... 14

Conventional Devices ................................................................................................... 14 DI-3 Ionization Detector ............................................................................................... 14 DI-3H Ionization High Altitude Detector ....................................................................... 14 DI-A3 Ionization High Air-Velocity Detector ................................................................. 14 DI-A3H Ionization High Air-Velocity, High Altitude Detector......................................... 15 DI-B3 Ionization Air Duct Detector ............................................................................... 15 DI-B3H Ionization Air Duct High Altitude Detector ....................................................... 15 DT-11 Thermal Detector .............................................................................................. 15 DT-C Series ................................................................................................................. 15 DT-135/200 WP ........................................................................................................... 15 DT-140/190 EP ............................................................................................................ 15 PE-11 Photoelectric Detector ...................................................................................... 15 PE-11T Photoelectric Detector with Heat Sensor ........................................................ 15 DB-SEAL and DB-11 SEAL ......................................................................................... 16 II POWER REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................. 17 Power Transfer Relay ...................................................................................................... 18 AUDIBLE ALARMS ............................................................................................................ 19 Alarm Locations and Requirements ................................................................................ 19 INITIATING DEVICESMANUAL ...................................................................................... 20 REMOTE ANNUNCIATION ................................................................................................. 20 Remote Annunciators ...................................................................................................... 20 DETECTOR APPLICATION AND SPACING ...................................................................... 21 1. Smoke Detectors ......................................................................................................... 21 2. Thermal Detectors ....................................................................................................... 21 3. Planning A Fire Detection System ............................................................................... 22 4. Detector Installation ..................................................................................................... 25 VII ENCLOSURES ................................................................................................................... 26 1. Shock Mounting for Enclosures ................................................................................... 26 2. Installation ................................................................................................................... 26 VIII WIRING SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 32 1. ALD Loop Configuration Guide .................................................................................... 32 2. Wiring Specification for MXL ....................................................................................... 34 US COAST GUARD APPROVED EQUIPMENT LIST .......................................................... 37-44 COAST GUARD TYPICAL MXL CONNECTION DIAGRAM ................................................. 45-47

III IV V VI

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I. Description of the MXL Marine Control Panel

INTRODUCTION
This manual contains information regarding MXL equipment and detectors that are US Coast Guard approved. The use of any other equipment in systems required by US Coast Guard regulations, but not US Coast Guard approved, should only be considered when absolutely necessary. Special US Coast Guard one-time approval would be required. NOTE: When designing Fire Control Systems for various types of vessels, the designer should be aware of the required vessel type, domestic and SOLAS regulations applicable for that vessel. The MXL Control Panel from Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. is an advanced fire protection and alarm control panel that provides superior fire protection and multiplexed alarm reporting. Its use of unique multi-processor network design along with its ability to utilize both analog and conventional detection devices, make it the outstanding control unit in the life safety field. Regardless of the size or complexity of the life safety and security system requirements, the MXL system can be used for the smallest to the largest applications. The MXL is ideally suited for Marine, institutional and industrial fire and security applications. The MXL Control Panel can process logical decisions based on the status of initiating devices. The system will also respond to specified sequences of output circuit operation. The MXL Control Panel is capable of reading and displaying the sensitivity of remote intelligent/analog ionization and photoelecric detection devices at the control panel. The system complies with the requirements of NFPA 72 and NFPA13. It is Underwriters Laboratory 864 and 1076 security listed. The basic MXL Control Panel can monitor up to 2 analog loops, each containing up to 60 intelligent devices. Through the addition of a MOM-4 card cage, the System can be expanded to as many as 6 analog loops. (With the addition of PSR-1 power supplies, the System can be expanded to as many as 34 analog loops.) The MXL Control Panel can control a wide variety of System outputs, such as conventional Form C relay contacts, solid state outputs, supervised outputs to control alarm notification appliances, municipal tie outputs, and leased line outputs. The MXL Control Panel can process logical decisions based on the status of initiating devices. The System can respond with customer-specified sequences of output circuit operation. The System continuously checks all software and hardware for proper operation. It continuously checks all System memory components, control panel electronic hardware, and the System program. A hardwire watchdog circuit is provided to ensure that System programs are functioning properly. If

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a problem develops with the program or processor, the watchdog circuit places the System into a trouble condition and resets it. To ensure reliable operation, the MXL System is composed of independent modules, each with its own microprocessor. If the main panels central processing unit stops, these modules, operating in degrade, still annunciate any alarm or trouble through common lines called Any Alarm and Any Trouble. All of the modules communicate with the MXL Panel through a serial communications system. All modules are continuously supervised for their presence and for proper operation. Problems are shown on the display to aid in servicing and troubleshooting. The MXL System is designed so that fire alarm operation has first priority over all other modes of operation. If the System loses battery and commercial power, it automatically goes through an initialization routine when power is returned.

SOFTWARE
The MXL software was written in a high level language for ease of maintenance. The software incorporates a multitasking operating system that allows the microprocessor to handle many tasks almost simultaneously. This enables the MXL System to handle communications to all initiating and output option boards and to the annunciator. This also enables the MXL System to check that everything is running. When the MXL Control Panel receives power, the System runs a start-up procedure that sets up all initial conditions. The System then starts the operating system and the initialization routines for all of the tasks, most of which concern handling System modules. When the display task is finished initializing, it displays the default time and date at powerup. Initialization of other modules may take several seconds, but this takes place in the background and so does not affect System operation. The MXL System polls all network addresses to see that all specified modules are present and that there are no unspecified modules. Any modules or devices that do not agree with the programmed data are reported as troubles on the annunciator.

EQUIPMENT LOCATION
MXL System equipment shall not be installed in locations that require an exceptional degree of protection such as those that are exposed to weather, seas, splashing, pressure-directed liquids or similar moisture conditions. These locations include: 1. On deck 2. A machinery space 3. A cargo space 4. A location within a galley or pantry area, laundry or water closet which contains a shower or bath; and 5. Other spaces with similar environmental conditions.

MINIMUM MXL CONTROL PANEL CONFIGURATION TO MEET NFPA 72, UL 1076 AND NFPA 13
Table 1 presents the minimum MXL System configuration necessary to meet NFPA 72, UL 1076 and NFPA 13 requirements.

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TABLE 1 MINIMUM MXL CONFIGURAT ION T O MEET NFPA 72, UL 1076 AND NFPA 13 NFPA Minimum Quantity Module MMB-2a MPS-6 MPS-12 MKB-1 TSP-40 MOM-4 CSM-4 CZM-4 ALD-2I CZM-1B6 --TSW-2 PSR-1 Description MXL Main Unit Power Supply Power Supply Keyboard/Annunciator Panel Logging Printer Optional Module Card Cage Signal Module Conventional Zone Module Analog Loop Driver Remote Conventional Zone Module Batteriesf Tamper Switch Remote Power Supply
UL 1076 b

72

13

1 1 1 1 X X * ** ** ** 1e X X

1 1 1 1 1 1c X X *** X 1e 1
c

1 1 1 1 X X 1d ** ** ** 1e X X

Xg

X = not required * For NFPA 72 Remote Station applications, one CSM-4 circuit must be configured for alarm transmission. In addition, depending on the local authority having jurisdiction, additional circuits may be required for Supervisory or Trouble transmission. For NFPA 72 Auxiliary applications, one CSM-4 is required. For other NFPA 72 applications, the CSM-4 is optional. Any one of these modules is sufficient as an initiating device.

**

*** Only TRI-B6 / TRI-S, TRI-B6R / TRI-R, and TRI-B6D / TRI-D can be used as security initiating devices.

NOTES:
a. The MMB-2 must be programmed by the CSG-M for all System configurations. (See CSG-M Programming Manual, P/N 315-090381). Refer to System wiring Diagram in this manual. UL 1076 requires a Model TSW-2 tamper switch and a TSP-40 printer. Refer to the CSM-4 installation instructions (P/N 315-090854) for programming.

e.

b. c. d.

The batteries available are BP-61, BTX-1 and BTX-2. The BP-61 is a module consisting of two 12V, 15 AH batteries. The BTX-1 batteries are a pair of 12V, 31 AH batteries. The BTX-2 are a pair of 12V, 55 AH batteries. Actual battery size depends on System Configuration. See Appendix C in the MXL Manual, P/N 315092036 for Battery Calculations. The PSR-1 is not listed for security.

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MMB-2
P1

(Main Board)
SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES MXL

P3

P2

ALARM

ACK
AUD

ALARM AUDIBLE SILENCE SUPERVISORY

POWER PARTIAL SYSTEM DISABLE

TB3

SIL
SUPV

ACK
TRBL

DISPLAY

ACK

TROUBLE

NEXT

HOLD

TB2

SEC

ACK

SECURITY

RESET
ALT 1
FUNCTION FUNCTION

ALT 2
FUNCTION

TB1

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9
ENTER

HELP

F1
ALT 1

PRINT

F2 F3
ALT 2

FORM FEED

CLEAR

F4

MKB-1

MOM-4
(Optional #1)

MOM-4
(Optional #2)

MOM-4
(Optional #3)

BATTERIES

MPS-6 OR MPS-12

Figure 1 The Basic MXL Control Panel

TB4

TB5

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F2 20A

BATTERY

P1

P14

CB1 NAC1 CB2 NAC2 F3 CZM-1 POWER 2 AMP

MPS-6

MPS-12

P2 BATTERY P3 POWER TO MOM-4 2 AMP MAX. 4 3 2 1 TB3 LOOP 2 F4 MOM-4 15 AMP F1 MPS-6 8 AMP P8 1

COMPONENTS OF THE BASIC SYSTEM


The basic MXL Control Panel consists of the following components: MMB-2 Main Board MPS-6 or MPS-12 Power Supply MKB-1 Keyboard/Annunciator TSP-40 Logging Printer (NFPA 72 Proprietary and UL 1076 configurations) MME-3-CG Enclosure TSW-2 Tamper Switch (UL 1076 configuration only) BP-61, BTX-1 or BTX-2 Batteries

12 CZM-1 POWER 11 10 9 8 7 NAC 2

MMB-2

4 3 2 1 TB2 LOOP 1 P13

6 5 4

TO ANN-1

3 NAC 1 2 1 TAMPER SWITCH 9 SPV 8 7

5 4 3 2 1 TB1 P15 S7 S4 P10 1 P4 PROGRAMMER 1 P6 1 MNET (MXL Rev. 9 and higher)


I C 2 0 4 I C 1 1 0 I C 1 1 1 I C 2 0 3 I C 1 1 2 6 3 4 2 K K I C 1 1 3

12A TO MOM-4 DO NOT USE

GND FAULT DISCONNECT

P16 (MXL Rev. 8 and lower)


I C 1 1 4 I C 1 1 5

P7 TRBL

6 5 4 OFF ON P17 ALR 3 2 1

1 1 EXPANSION

D2300CP

PRINTER

P5

MOM-4

Figure 2 MMB-2 Main Board

MMB-2 Main Board


The MMB-2 Main Board contains: 16-bit central processing unit (CPU) System read-only memories (EPROMs) System random-access memory (RAM) FLASH memory for the CSG-M Watchdog circuitry Network interface circuitry Battery charger 24V regulator AC transfer relay Class A CZM-1 power 24 VDC unregulated supply Two analog loops (initiating/control) Two notification appliance circuits (audible/visual circuits) Three dry-contact relays

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MPS-6 Power Supply


The MPS-6 is a supervised power supply that converts 120 VAC, 60 Hz to unregulated 24 VDC at 6A.

MPS-12 Power Supply


The MPS-12 is a high current power supply that provides the MXL System with primary 24 VDC power. It is rated at 12 amps and is unfiltered and unregulated. The MPS-12 supplies the MMB-2 or PSR-1 and its expansion modules with the power required for normal operation. The module incorporated a 5 amp resettable circuit breaker on the primary input, a 15 amp fuse on the 24V output, and a built-in AC line filter for surge and noise suppression. The MPS-12 mounts in the MXL enclosure backbox.

Figure 3 MPS-6 and MPS-12 Power Supply

MKB-1 Keyboard/Annunciator Panel


The MKB-1 Keyboard/Annunciator Panel is the annunciator and manual control panel for the MXL. It includes the 2-line, 80character alphanumeric display that annunciates alarms, supervisories, troubles, security conditions, and maintenance information. The Control Panel also contains the following indicators: Alarm Power Supervisory Trouble Security Audibles Silenced Partial System Disabled

TO P8 OF MMB-2

A keypad provides the following keys:

Figure 4 MKB-1 Keyboard/Annunciator

ACKnowledge keys AUD SIL (Audible Silence) RESET NEXT Display

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HOLD Display Numeric keys Cursor control keys for data entry and menu operation PRINT, HELP, and CLEAR keys User-configurable function keys

TSP-40 Logging Printer


Figure 5 TSP-40 Logging Printer The TSP-40 Logging Printer is installed in the MXL backbox and provides a paper record of the activity of the System.

TSW-2 Tamper Switch


The TSW-2 Tamper Switch (Figure 6) below is a 3-position switch that monitors the opening of the MXL enclosure and reports a security condition. Closing the door automatically returns the switch to its normal operating position. The switch can be pulled out to indicate a closed position for maintenance purposes.

Figure 6 TSW-2 Tamper Switch

BP-61 Batteries
The BP-61 is a module consisting of two 12V, 15 AH batteries. The BP-61 is recommended for the NFPA 72 Local and 72 Proprietary and the UL 1076 Systems. Actual battery size depends on System configuration. See Appendix C- Battery Calculations in the MXL Manual, P/N 315-092036.

BTX Batteries
The BTX-1 batteries are a pair of 12V, 31 AH batteries. The BTX-2 batteries are a pair of 12V, 55 AH batteries. Actual battery size depends on System configuration. See Appendix C - Battery Calculations in the MXL Manual, P/N 315-092036.

Figure 7 BP-61 and BTX Batteries

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OPTIONAL MODULES
The following modules are available as options to the MXL Control Panel: MOM-4 Card Cage MOM-2 Card Cage CSM-4 Signal Module CRM-4 Relay Module CZM-4 Conventional Zone Module ALD-2I Analog Loop Driver PSR-1 Remote Power Supply NET-4/-7 Communication Interface MOI-7 Voice and Annunciator Driver MOD-16 Output Driver MID-16 Input Driver PIM-1 Peripheral Interface Module CZM-1B6 Conventional Zone Module LIM-1 Loop Isolator Module

MOM-2 Card Cage


The MOM-2 Card Cage contains two slots for optional module cards; it can handle two halfwidth cards or one full-width card. The MOM-2 provides two power connector receptacles and two data connector receptacles. A 24 VDC cable that provides the main power used by the optional modules and an 8-wire ribbon cable for connection of 5 VDC and data are provided with the MOM-2 installation kit.

MOM-4 Card Cage


The MOM-4 Card Cage (Figure 8) below contains four slots for optional module cards; it can handle four half-width cards or two fullwidth cards. The MOM-4 provides two power connector receptacles and two data connector receptacles. A 24 VDC cable that provides the main power used by the optional modules and an 8-wire ribbon cable for connection of 5 VDC and data are provided with the MOM-4 installation kit. A System can include as many as three MOM-4s in the backbox. If you install three MOM-4s in a backbox, you cannot install a TSP-40 printer in that backbox. Figure 8 MOM-4 Card Cage

Figure 9 MOM-2 Card Cage

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CSM-4 Signal Module


The CSM-4 Signal module (Figure 10) controls two supervised notification appliance circuits. Each circuit is capable of either Style Z (Class A) or Style Y (Class B) operation. Each circuit can be individually configured for notification appliances, municipal tie or leased line.

CRM-4 Relay Module


The CRM-4 Relay module (Figure11) is an output control module that contains four relay outputs. Form C contacts are rated at 2A, 30 VDC/120 VAC resistive.

Figure 10 CSM-4 Signal Module Card

CZM-4 Conventional Zone Module


The CZM-4 Conventional Zone module provides four initiating device circuits capable of Style D (Class A) or Style B (Class B) operation. Each zone supports up to thirty two-wire detectors or an unlimited number of shorting devices. Each zone has its own address. You can use the CSG-M to write a custom message for each zone (See the CSG-M Programming Manual, P/N 315090381).

Figure 11 CRM-4 Relay Module Card

ALD-2I Analog Loop Driver


The ALD-2I Analog Loop Driver provides two signaling line circuits capable of Style 6 (Class A) or Style 4 (Class B) operation for monitoring analog devices. Each loop is capable of monitoring up to 60 analog devices. Each device has its own address. You can use the CSG-M to write a custom message for each device (See the CSG-M Programming Manual, P/N 315-090381).

Figure 12 CZM-4 Conventional Zone Module Card

Figure 13 ALD-2I Analog Loop Driver

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PSR-1 Remote Power Supply


The PSR-1 module is a microprocessor controlled remote power supply and battery charger. This module allows the basic MXL System to expand to more than 2000 points. It operates with an MPS-6 or an MPS-12 to provide 6 or 12 amps of power for various MXL modules. The PSR-1 module: 1. Acts as an interface between remote option modules and the MXL when used with a NET-4 or NET-7 plug-in communication module. 2. Can be used to power an MOI/MOD annunciator driver set. 3. Can be used as an auxiliary power supply in a stand-alone mode without an MXL. There are nine status indicators on the PSR-1 (Refer to Figure 14). There are also two relays used for common alarm and common trouble or, if programmed, for local alarm and local trouble. Figure 14 PSR-1 Remote Power Supply

NET-4 Communication Interface


The NET-4 provides the communication interface between remote PSR-1 panels and the main MXL. Each NET-4 connected represents one network drop on the MXL System. You can have up to 32 network drops, including the MMB-2. The NET-4 installs into the PSR-1 module which provides all necessary power to the NET-4. There are no configuration switches or jumpers on the NET-4. (See Figure 15.) Figure 15 NET-4 Board

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NET-7 Communication Interface


The NET-7 module provides a Style 7 communication interface between the main MXL and multiple remote panels in an MXL System. Each NET-7, except the NET-7 connected to the MMB, electrically isolates the pairs from the local power supply and isolates ground faults to a single remote panel. The MMB provides ground fault detection for the two pairs. Each NET-7 connected represents one network drop on the MXL System. There can be a maximum of 32 drops including the MMB. The NET-7 has a network address which must be set on the module and installed into the CSG-M network map. The NET-7 offers advanced performance over the NET-4. NET-7s and NET-4s cannot be combined in the same system.

Figure 16 NET-7 Board

MOI-7 Voice and Annunciator Driver


The MOI-7 is an MXL network module that connects to a graphic annunciator using MOD-16s and MID-16s. The MOI-7 can be connected to either Style 4 or Style 7 wiring.

Figure 17 MOI-7 Voice and Annunciator Driver

MOD-16 Output Driver


The MOD-16 Output Driver module is a graphic annunciator driver controlled by the MOI-7 module. Up to eight MOD-16s can be used with an MOI-7. Each MOD-16 can activate up to 16 outputs for a total of 128 outputs.

Figure 18 MOD-16 Output Driver

MID-16 Input Driver


The MID-16 Input Driver provides 16 general purpose inputs for user-defined operations for the MXL. The MID-16 is controlled by the MOI-7 module. Up to eight MID-16s can be used with an MOI-7. The function of each individual input is defined by the usage assigned to it in the CSG-M.

Figure 19 MID-16 Input Driver

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PIM-1 Peripheral Interface Module


The PIM-1 module is an interface for an MXL System to remote peripheral devices such as printers, VDTs and CRTs. It connects an RS-232C device or CRT to an MXL System without the peripheral device's protective ground causing a ground fault. The interface operates at up to 9600 baud without losing any characters.

CZM-1B6 Remote Conventional Zone Module


The CZM-1B6 is an MXL intelligent device that connects a single zone of conventional devices to an analog loop. The CZM-1B6 can power up to 15 compatible two-wire, ionization or photoelectric smoke detectors. It can also monitor an unlimited number of shorting devices such as waterflow switches, thermal detectors, manual stations, etc. Each CZM-1B6 can be assigned a 32-character custom alphanumeric message. It also includes an alarm indicator LED which is visible through the cover plate. The CZM-1B6 supports Style D (Class A) and Style B (Class B) wiring. The module uses one address on the analog circuit.

Figure 20 PIM-1 Peripheral Interface Module

Figure 21 CZM-1B6 Conventional Zone Module

LIM-1 Loop Isolator Module


The LIM-1 Loop Isolator Module isolates short circuits on MXL analog loops. By placing devices between LIM-1s during installation, a short in the wiring within that group is disconnected from the rest of the loop. The remainder of the devices continue to operate. The LIM-1 operates in both Style 6 (Class A) and Style 4 (Class B) circuits.

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INTELLIGENT/ANALOG DEVICES
The intelligent/analog devices described below are available for use with the MXL Control Panel (ALD-2I or MMB-2). The UL identifiers for compatibility are the same as the model names specified below.

ILPT-1 Intelligent/Analog Photoelectric Detector with Heat Sensor


The ILPT-1 is an intelligent/analog ratecompensated/fixed-temperature type thermal and photoelectric detector. It can only be used as an area detector. It uses either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, or an ADBI-60 audible base.

FP-11 Intelligent/Analog Photoelectric Detector


The FP-11 is an intelligent/analog photoelectric detector that can be used as an area or duct detector [FP-11(d)]. It uses either a DB-11 low profile mounting base or DB-3S mounting base with the DB-ADPT adapter, a DB-X11RS mounting base with relay or DB-X3RS mounting base with relay with the DB-ADPT adapter, an ADBI-60 audible base with the DB-ADPT adapter, or an AD-11P or AD-11XPR air duct housing.

ILI-1 Intelligent/Analog lonization Detector


The ILI-1 is an intelligent/analog ionization detector for use in open areas at altitudes of 0 to 4000 feet. It uses either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, or an ADBI-60 audible base.

FPT-11 Intelligent Thermal Detector


The FPT-11 is an intelligent/analog ratecompensated/fixed-temperature type thermal and photoelectric detector. It can only be used as an area detector. It uses either a DB-11 low profile mounting base or DB-3S mounting base with the DB-ADPT adapter, a DB-X11RS mounting base with relay or DB-X3RS mounting base with relay with the DB-ADPT adapter, or an ADBI-60 audible base with the DB-ADPT adapter.

ILI-1H Intelligent/Analog lonization High Altitude Detector


The ILI-1H is an intelligent/analog ionization detector for use in open areas at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet. It uses either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, or an ADBI-60 audible base.

ILI-1A Intelligent/Analog lonization High Air-Velocity Detector


The ILI-1A is an intelligent/analog ionization high air-velocity detector for use in open areas, computer facilities, and air ducts at altitudes of 0 to 4000 feet, with air velocities of 0 to 1200 feet per minute. It uses either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, or an ADBI-60 audible base.

ILP-1 Intelligent/Analog Photoelectric Detector


The ILP-1 is an intelligent/analog photoelectric detector that can be used as an area or duct detector [ILP-1(d)]. It uses either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, an AD-3ILP or AD-3XRILP duct housing, or an ADBI-60 audible base.

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ILI-1AH Intelligent/Analog lonization High Air-Velocity, High Altitude Detector


The ILI-1AH is an intelligent/analog ionization high air-velocity, high altitude detector for use in open areas, computer facilities, and air ducts at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet, with air velocities of 0 to 1200 feet per minute. It uses either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, or an ADBI-60 audible base.

TRI-B6M Intelligent Interface Module


The TRI-B6M addressable inferface module interfaces direct shorting contact devices with the analog loops. The TRI-B6M can monitor a normally open or closed dry contact and it can report the status of the contact.

TRI-S, TRI-R, and TRI-D Intelligent Interface Modules


The TRI-S/R/D series modules are intelligent interface modules that interface direct shorting contact devices with the analog loops. The TRI-S is a single-input module with an independently controllable Form C relay; the TRI-D is a dual-input module.

ILI-1B Intelligent/Analog lonization Air-Duct Detector


The ILI-1B is an intelligent/analog ionization detector for use in air duct applications at altitudes of 0 to 4000 feet, with air velocities of 500 to 4000 feet per minute. It uses either the AD-3I housing or the AD-3XRI housing.

CONVENTIONAL DEVICES
The conventional devices described below are available for use with the MXL Control Panel. The UL identifiers for compatibility are the same as the model numbers specified below.

ILI-1BH Intelligent/Analog lonization Air-Duct High Altitude Detector


The ILI-1BH is an intelligent/analog ionization detector for use in air duct applications at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet, with air velocities of 500-4000 feet per minute. It uses either the AD-3I or AD-3XRI housing.

DI-3 Ionization Detector


The DI-3 is an ionization detector for use in open areas at altitudes of 0 to 4000 feet. It uses the DB-3S low profile surface mounting base.

MSI-10B/20B Intelligent Manual Station


The MSI-10B/20B is an intelligent manual station designed to interface with an analog loop. The MSI-10B/20B can be flush mounted or surface mounted using the SB-5R mounting box.

DI-3H Ionization High Altitude Detector


The DI-3H is an ionization detector for use in open areas at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet. It uses the DB-3S low profile surface mounting base.

MSI-B6F Intelligent Manual Station


The MSI-B6F is an intelligent manual station designed to interface with an analog loop. The MSI-B6F is a single-action station; when used with the MS-FD adapter, the MSI-B6F is a double-action station. The MSI-B6F can be flush mounted or surface mounted using the MS-FB backbox.

DI-A3 Ionization High Air-Velocity Detector


The DI-A3 is an ionization high air velocity detector for use in open areas, computer facilities, and air ducts at altitudes of 0 to 4000 feet, with air velocities of 0 to 1200 feet per minute. It uses the DB-3S low profile surface mounting base.

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DI-A3H Ionization High Air-Velocity, High Altitude Detector


The DI-A3H is an ionization high air velocity, high altitude detector for use in air ducts only at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet, with air velocities of 0 to 1200 feet per minute. It uses the DB-3S low profile surface mounting base.

DT-135/200 WP
This weatherproof thermal detector has a rate compensated principal available in either a 135OF or 200OF setting. The detector is epoxy coated and mounts to a weatherproof box for approved use in wet or unsheltered locations.

DI-B3 Ionization Air Duct Detector


The DI-B3 is an ionization detector for use only in air ducts at altitudes of 0 to 4000 feet, with air velocities of 500 to 4000 feet per minute. It must be used with a Series 3 air duct housing (AD-3I or AD-3RI).

DT-140/190 EP
This explosionproof thermal detector has a rate compensated principal available in either a 140OF or 190OF setting. It should be used in hazardous areas requiring explosionproof devices. The detector mounts to an approved explosionproof junction box.

DI-B3H Ionization Air Duct High Altitude Detector


The DI-B3H is an ionization detector for use only in air ducts at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet, with air velocities of 500 to 4000 feet per minute. It must be used with a Series 3 air duct housing (AD-3I or AD-3RI).

PE-11 Photoelectric Detector


The PE-11 is a photoelectric detector that responds to a wide range of both flaming and smoldering fire conditions. It uses the DB-11 low profile surface mounting base, the DB-3S base with the DB-ADPT adapter, or the AD-11P/PR air duct housing.

DT-11 Thermal Detector


The DT-11 is a thermal detector for use in open areas. It uses the DB-11 low profile surface mounting base or the DB-3S base with the DB-ADPT adapter.

PE-11T Photoelectric Detector with Heat Sensor


The PE-11T is a photoelectric detector with heat sensor that responds to a wide range of both flaming and smoldering fire conditions. It uses the DB-11 low profile surface mounting base or the DB-3S base with the DB-ADPT adapter.

DT-C Series
The DT-135CS and DT-200CS thermal detectors are the rate compensated type available in 135OF and 200OF settings. The DT-135CL and the DT-200CL are identical to CS versions, except that they have an internal alarm indicating lamp. There is a practical limit only to the number per zone.

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Description of the MXL Control Panel

Use DB-SEAL with all DB-3S/X3RS bases and DB-11 SEAL for DB-11 bases. Install as shown below.
Use the DB-Seal with a DB-3S base or the DB-11 Seal with a DB-11 base to prevent moisture from condensing and collecting on the rear of the detector used. This moisture can occur when units experience different temperatures or humidity conditions.

INSTALLING the DB-SEAL for DB-3S BASE (See Figure 22)


All wiring must comply with national and local codes. 1. Install and wire the DB-3S base by following the DB-3S Installation Instructions (P/N 315-083225). Make sure that all wires are dressed flush to the bottom of the base. 2. Position the tabs on the seal over the slots in the inner rim of the base and press the seal in place. 3. Check that the four openings for the spring contacts clear the springs and the plastic terminal supports. 4. With the seal in place, install the detector. 5. Follow the checkout procedure in the detector installation instructions.

INSTALLING the DB-11 SEAL for DB-11 BASE (See Figure 23)
All wiring must comply with national and local codes. 1. Install and wire the DB-11 base by following the DB-11 Installation Instructions (P/N 315-094193). Make sure that all wires are dressed flush to the bottom of the base. 2. Place the base seal (1/4" white foam) firmly into the bottom of the base. Do not cover the contact springs (See Figure 23.) 3. Rotate the detector counterclockwise while pressing on it until the detector drops into the base. 4. Rotate the detector clockwise until it stops and locks in place.

Figure 22 Installing the DB-Seal

Figure 23 Installing the DB-11 Seal

Refer to the MXL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual, P/N 315-092036, for solutions to design questions regarding specific MXL fire alarm control functions and modules.

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II. Power Requirements

It is a US Coast Guard requirement that the fire detection system have two sources of power. Most large ships have both main generators and emergency generators; therefore, they can satisfy this requirement by arranging to have power supplied to the fire detection system by both the main and emergency generators. In cases where there are no emergency generators, battery backup power to the system is required. Revised US Coast Guard regulations have reduced the required battery operation time to 36 hours for passenger ships and 18 hours for all

other types of vessels. In cases where it is a desired option to furnish the fire detection system with standby battery power, even when there are main and emergency generators supplying the system, there is no specific battery operation time period, although it would be recommended to be a minimum of 18 hours. When the smoke detection system is furnished with battery backup power, it is necessary to calculate the system power requirement to determine the battery ampere-hour capacity necessary.

NOTE: An approved Power Transfer Relay must be used for the automatic transfer from main power to secondary power when the main power source has 15% to 20% potential variation. The transfer to secondary power creates a visual and audible trouble signal on the MXL Control Panel. The Model PTR-1 Power Transfer Relay from Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. was designed for this purpose.

Refer to the MXL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual, P/N 315-092036, for solutions to design questions regarding specific MXL fire alarm control functions and modules.

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Power Requirements

POWER TRANSFER RELAY


The PTR-1 is an automatic power transfer relay that transfers power from the main generators, at a 15% to 20% potential reduction, to the backup generators. This automatic transfer creates an audible and visual system trouble signal. The PTR-1 is in its own enclosure. (See Figure 2426 for PTR-1 Connections, Cover and Enclosure.)
TO ANALOG LOOP
POWER TRANSFER RELAY MODEL PTR-1

3.6K, 1/4W, 5%

TERMINAL STRIP

TRI-S SUPV SWITCH NEUTRAL

MAIN POWER IN 120 VAC, 5A

AUXILIARY POWER IN 120 VAC, 5A NEUTRAL

MPS-6 120 VAC, 5A

PROGRAM AS TROUBLE CAUSING N.C. NOTE: VOLTAGE SENSITIVE POWER TRANSFER RELAY ADJUSTED TO DROP OUT AT 97V +/- 3v PULL IN AT 106V +/- 6V

Figure 24 PTR-1 Connections

Figure 25 PTR-1 Cover (Drip-Proof)

Figure 26 PTR-1 Enclosure (Mounting)

Refer to the MXL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual, P/N 315-092036, for solutions to design questions regarding specific MXL fire alarm control functions and modules.

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III. Audible Alarms

ALARM LOCATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS


Ten inch bells are required to sound in the following locations when any alarm initiating device is actuated. 1. Alarm bell must always sound on the bridge regardless of which zone is in alarm. 2. Alarm bells must sound in the engine room, machinery spaces, and the control room when the alarm is initiated in any of these spaces. In case the control room might be unattended at the time of alarm, bells must also be installed in the passageways and lounge areas of the licensed engineers quarters. 3. If an alarm is not acknowledged (silenced or reset) at the control panel within 2 minutes, the control panel must automatically cause the General Alarm to sound. NOTE: If it should be necessary to supplement the 10 inch bell audible output in high noise background areas with horns, sirens, strobes, flashing or rotating lights, the wiring to such supplementary alarm devices does not have to be supervised. However, audible alarms other than bells must always be accompanied by lights or strobes.

Refer to the MXL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual, P/N 315-092036, for solutions to design questions regarding specific MXL fire alarm control functions and modules.

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IV. Initiating DevicesManual

Intelligent/Analog Manual Station MSI-10B/20B Conventional Manual Station MS-51/501 Reference US Coast Guard Approved Equipment List
Manual stations are recommended for use with automatic fire detectors. If a fire is observed before automatic detector response, the manual activation of the station results in the same system response as automatic detection. Manual stations should be installed throughout the accommodation spaces, the service spaces, and the control stations. NOTE: One manual station should be located at each exit. The stations should be readily accessible in the corridors of each deck so that no part of the corridor is more than 60 feet (20 meters) from another manual station.

V. Remote Annunciation

REMOTE ANNUNCIATORS
When the main control panel is located on the navigating bridge, remote annunciation is not required by the US Coast Guard. However when the main control panel is located in a fire control station which is not a constantly attended space, a supervised complete system status annunciator is required.

Refer to the MXL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual, P/N 315-092036, for solutions to design questions regarding specific MXL fire alarm control functions and modules.

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VI. Detector Application and Spacing


1. SMOKE DETECTORS
1.1 Description and Function
Smoke detector is the generic name given to either ionization type or photoelectric type detectors. The ionization type responds to both visible and invisible products of combustion, while the photoelectric type depends on sensing visible smoke.

2. THERMAL DETECTORS
2.1 Description and Function
All thermal detectors respond only to excessive heat, which is assumed to be generated from a flaming fire. The detectors are designed with different operating principles as described below.

2.1.1 Fixed Temperature 1.2 Spacing


For average areas with smooth ceilings and normal air movement, the maximum recommended spacing is 900 square feet or no more than 30 feet between centers and 15 feet from a sidewall. In areas with higher air movement, the detector spacing should be reduced accordingly. The air temperature has to exceed the set ratings of the devices in order to activate it. The settings are 135 F, 190 F and higher (on special order).

2.1.2 Rate Compensated


This type of thermal detector is similar to the fixed temperature detector in operation, but is compensated to eliminate the expected thermal lag and, therefore, responds faster.

1.3 Application Limitations


1.3.1 On ceiling heights below 8 feet, the possibility of unintentional alarms from tobacco smoke does exist, especially in areas where people might congregate. It is recommended that smoke detectors in such areas have their zones wired through alarm confirmation module. 1.3.2 Smoke detectors should not be used in areas where they could be subjected to steam or moisture condensation such as in galleys, laundries, etc. Thermal detectors should be used in such areas.

2.2 Spacing
Maximum approved spacing of thermal detectors is as follows:
Area Protected (Square Feet) 625 (25 X 25) 2500 (50 X 50) 2500 (50 X 50) 2500 (50 X 50) Maximum Distance from Sidewalls (Feet) 12.5 25 25 25

Type Fixed Temperature (DT-11) Fixed and Rate of Rise DT-135 CS, CL, and WP Rate Compensated DT-200 CS, CL and WP Rate Compensated

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3. PLANNING A FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM


When planning a fire detection system, make a choice of detector based on the kinds of fires expected. The type and quantity of fuel, possible ignition sources, ranges of ambient conditions, and the value of the property to be protected should all be considered. In general, heat detectors have the lowest cost and false alarm rate, but are the slowest to respond. Since the heat generated by small fires tends to dissipate fairly rapidly, heat detectors are best used to protect confined spaces, or directly over hazards where flaming fires can be expected. They are usually installed on a grid pattern at their recommended spacing distances or at reduced spacing for faster response. The operating temperature of a heat detector should be at least 25 F above the maximum expected ambient temperature in the area protected. Smoke detectors cost more than heat detectors, but respond faster to fires. They are better suited to protect large open spaces than heat detectors because smoke does not dissipate as rapidly as heat does in the same size space. Smoke detectors are either installed according to prevailing air current conditions or on a grid layout. Photoelectric smoke detectors are best used in places where wire insulation or other smoldering fires may be expected. Ionization smoke detectors are useful where fire would be expected to develop into a small flaming condition soon after pyrolysis. NFPA Standard 72 Chapter 5 has more specific information on the installation of the various types of detectors.

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Detector Application and Spacing

3.1 Detector Application In view of the problems that can be expected with the misapplication and location of detection devices aboard ship, the guidelines below should be followed when designing systems. These tables list situations where the use of smoke detectors, ionization and photoelectric should be avoided.

Moisture Salt water spray Corrosive atmospheres Water spray Live steam Steam tables Showers Humidifiers Heat treating Dust or lint Sawing, drilling and grinding Pneumatic transport Slop sinks Humid outside air Excessive tobacco smoke

Combustion Products And Fumes Cooking equipment Ovens Dryers Exhaust hoods Metal cutting Machining Paint spray Curing Chemical fumes Cleaning fluids Engine exhaust Gasoline forklift trucks Diesel trucks and locomotives Engines not vented to the outside Welding and brazing Heating element, abnormal Dust accumulation Improper exhaust systems Incomplete combustion

3.1 MXL Intelligent/Analog Detectors Photoelectric/Ionization and MXL Conventional Photoelectric/Ionization Detectors shall not be installed in cargo holds and RO/RO spaces. NOTE: Conventional weatherproof thermal detectors DT-135WP/DT-200WP must be used in cargo holds and RO/RO spaces.

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Areas to be Protected ACCOMMODATION SPACES (ION, PHOTO) Halls, dining rooms, lounges, and other areas of this type with permanent walls, corridors, sanitation facilities, cabins, offices, infirmaries, and leisure rooms not containing cooking appliances. SERVICE AREAS (ION, PHOTO, TEMP) Service cabinets, radio rooms, strong rooms, stores, workshops other than machinery spaces, and similar areas, including shafts going to them, as well as life-vest storage areas. SPECIAL AREAS (ION, PHOTO, TEMP) Closed areas for transport of special materials. SAFETY STATIONS (ION, PHOTO, TEMP) Areas housing the radio equipment, major navigation equipment, standby generator and central installations. MACHINERY SPACES (ION, PHOTO, TEMP) Areas housing the propulsion unit, boilers, liquid-fuel handling units, stabilization equipment, ventilation and air conditioning equipment, and similar areas, including the shafts running to them.

Monitoring Machinery Spaces Because of the irregular shape of most machinery spaces and the strong air currents present, the number and type of detectors used cannot be based on the area protected, as is in the common practice on land-based installations and ship accommodation spaces. The best design approach is to pick out all potential fire outbreak areas and place a fire detector above each of them at deck level. Areas of potential fire risk include the following: Auxiliary boiler front Main boiler front Fuel oil pressure pumps Auxiliary generator sets Main diesel engine fuel oil pumps and injectors Fuel oil purifiers Lubricating oil purifiers Fuel oil transfer pumps Workshops Electrical switchboards Storerooms

Locate additional detectors with fairly wide spacing to give general cover to areas not containing special risk.

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4. DETECTOR INSTALLATION
After the most suitable detector for the job is selected, the location of the detector within the space to be protected should be considered. Spot type detectors are usually located on the ceiling or side wall with the edge of the detector located no closer than 4 inches from the wall or ceiling. When heat detectors are installed at their listed spacing, detection times are approximately equivalent to the operating time of standard 165F link-and-lever sprinklers. If faster response is desired, reduce detector spacing. Also, where ceiling heights exceed 16 feet, or where ceiling construction is not smooth, reduce spacings accordingly. Specific information on the treatment of joisted, beamed, and sloped ceilings can be found in Chapter 5 of NFPA (2002 Edition). When installing any type of heat detector, consideration should be given to sources of heat within the protected space which might cause false alarms. For example, locate heat detectors away from unit heaters and ovens where surges of hot air might be expected. The installation of smoke detectors is more critical than for heat detectors because smoke transport is strongly influenced by the convective air flow patterns within the protected area. For this reason, smoke detectors are not assigned a listed spacing by the testing laboratories other than a maximum area coverage of 900 square feet per detector. Although a grid pattern can be used as a starting point, care must be taken to appropriately locate the heating supply registers and return air registers. Smoke detectors should be located away from turbulence caused by hot air outlets. The location of the smoke detectors should favor return air because the return air draws smoke toward the detector and because air velocity at the return tends to be lower. Smoke stratification also should be considered when smoke detectors are installed. Smoke may stratify below a ceiling due to temperature gradients or air flow along the ceiling. When stratification is a possibility, smoke detectors can be installed with alternate detectors at different levels. The installation of ionization type detectors is similar to that of smoke detectors since fire gases tend to flow with smoke and are similarly affected by convected flows within the protected space. They also must be located away from sources of oxidizable gases or vapors; for example, away from substances like aerosol sprays or hydrocarbon solvents, as these substances could cause false alarms.

Refer to the MXL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual, P/N 315-092036, for solutions to design questions regarding specific MXL fire alarm control functions and modules.

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VII. Enclosures
1. SHOCK MOUNTING FOR ENCLOSURES
All MME-3-CG enclosures are shipped with shock mounting already in place. A US Coast Guard approval nameplate must be affixed to the door of the enclosure. 28) on the upper rails that are attached to the enclosure. 3. Drill the two holes. Screw in the top bolts (user supplied), leaving a small gap between the wall and each top bolt. 4. Mount the enclosure/rail assembly on the two bolts. 5. Mark drill points on the wall for the remaining six holes in the rails. Drill the holes. 6. Install bolts in the remaining two holes in the top rails and four holes in the bottom rails. Tighten all bolts securely. 7. To install the BP-61 battery set in the enclosure, first remove the battery bracket from the bottom left hand corner of the enclosure by removing the 4 nuts and washers. Place them to one side. Install the battery. Replace the battery bracket and secure it in place with the 4 nuts and washers. (Refer to Figure 27.) NOTE: Flexible conduit or cable with a maximum diameter of 3/4 inch and a minimum length of 18 inches from a rigid connection should be used to house external wiring.

2. INSTALLATION 2.1 Model MME-3-CG (Refer to Figure 28, page 28)


The Enclosure Kit Model MME-3-CG for use in Coast Guard installations is shipped as a complete package. To mount the enclosure, consider the following: Mounting height for visual and manual access to the keyboard/ annunciator Weight and size of enclosure Local mounting codes

To install the MME-3-CG: 1. Hold the empty enclosure against the wall at a height that provides easy access. 2. Mark drill points on the wall in the center of the two keyhole slots (marked "A" in Figure

BATTERIES

MPS-6 OR MPS-12

Figure 27 MME-3-CG Battery Bracket Installation for BP-61 Battery Set

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Enclosures

A
0.31 16-29/32

2-1/2

40-5/8

Figure 28 Mounting Diagram for MME-3-CG Enclosure

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Enclosures

2.2 WIRING
In compliance with UL-864 all power limited fire protective signaling conductors must be separated a minimum of 1/4 inch from all of the following items located within a control panel: electric light power Class 1 or non-power limited fire protective signaling conductors When installing power limited field wiring, the installer must comply with NEC article 760-54, which states:
The fire alarm power-limited circuits are installed using Types FPL, FPLR, FPLP or permitted substitute cable, provided these power-limited cable conductors extending beyond the jacket are separated by a minimum of 0.25 in. (6.35 mm) or by a nonconductive sleeve or nonconductive barrier from all other conductors.

WIRING IN MAIN ENCLOSURE Non-Power Limited Wiring The following wiring is considered nonpower limited: from the MPS-6 or MPS-12 from the batteries to the MMB from the MMB (P3) to the MOM-4 (P5) When the TSP-40 optional printer is used, the printer cable to the MOM-4 (P8) is considered to be non-power limited. Route the cable as shown in Figure 30.

WIRING ENTERING MAIN ENCLOSURE Power Limited Wiring Wiring to the following MXL module terminations is considered power limited and must enter the enclosure through the knockouts designated as power limited (Refer to Figures 29 and 30). When installing modules in a MOM-2 or MOM-4, care must be taken to determine whether the wiring entering the enclosure is power limited or non-power limited. Wiring between the knockouts specified and the module termination must be in the shortest route and must not overlap any other wiring.
TABLE 3 Module ALD-2 ALD-2I CSM-4* CZM-4 MMB Termination MO M-4 MO M-4 MO M-4 MO M-4 TB1 (1-4) TB2 (1-4) TB3 (1-4) TB4 (1-9) MO M-4 MO M-4

To meet the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed when installing modules and wiring to this control panel. WIRING ENTERING MAIN ENCLOSURE Non-Power Limited Wiring Wiring to the following MXL module terminations is considered non-power limited and must enter the enclosure through the knockouts designated as non-power limited (Refer to Figures 29 and 30). Wiring between the knockouts and the module termination must be in the shortest route and must not overlap any other wiring.
TABLE 2 Module CRM-4* CSM-4 MPS-6 MPS-12 Termination MO M-4 MO M-4 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3

NIM-1W REP-1

* CRM-4/CSM-4 modules must be installed in the extreme left MOM module position. Install the first CRM in position A, the second in position B, etc., as shown in Figure 29. When the CSM-4 is used as Municipal Tie or Releasing Service.

When the CSM-4 is used as Notification Application Circuit or Leased Line. Listed Class 2 or Power Limited Source.

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Enclosures
POWER LIMITED

P2 P3

TB5

TB3

MMB

TB2

TB1 TB4

POWER LIMITED POWER LIMITED

M O M 4 o r M O M 2

M O M 4 o r M O M 2

M O M 4 o r M O M 2

NON-POWER LIMITED

P5

P8

NONPOWER LIMITED

P5

P8

NONPOWER LIMITED

P5

P8

POWER LIMITED

NON-POWER LIMITED

_
MPS-6 OR MPS-12

Figure 29 MXL Wiring When No TSP-40 Is Used

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POWER LIMITED

TB5

TB3

MMB
TB2 1 9

TB1 TB4

POWER LIMITED POWER LIMITED

M O M 4 o r M O M 2

OPTIONAL TSP-40
NONPOWER LIMITED P8 P5

M O M 4 o r M O M 2
P8

NONPOWER LIMITED

P5

NON-POWER LIMITED

NON-POWER LIMITED

_
MPS-6 OR MPS-12

Figure 30 MXL Wiring When TSP-40 Is Used

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INSTALL WIRING Remove all system power before installation, first battery and then AC. (To power up, connect the AC first and then the battery.) 1. Wire in accordance with local codes and NEC 760. 2. Determine the location of knockouts in the sides of the backbox where field wiring is required. a. Drill a hole of appropriate size at each knockout location. b. Install a compression raintight fitting (user supplied) at each knockout location. Refer to Figure 31. 3. Pull all field wiring into the backbox. Do not dress the wiring until the location of all the equipment is known. 4. Install the wiring from the external AC power source to the approximate location of the power supply (MPS-6 or MPS-12). Add one ferrite each to the hot, neutral and ground wires as shown in Figure 32. Add ferrites per Figure 32 for each MPS-6 or MPS-12 in the system.
Ferrites supplied with MME-3-CG 3.0" AC CABLE
MME-3-CG Enclosure

Approved 3/4 Max Flexible Metallic/ Nonmetallic Conduit Or Cable (user supplied) Compression Raintight Fitting (user supplied)

Figure 31 Installing Compression Raintight Fitting

2.0"
Cable Preparation: 1. Strip the AC cable jacket approximately 30 inches. 2. Allow approximately 3 inches before winding each individual wire (hot, neutral or ground) 4 times through one of the 3 ferrites supplied with the MME-3-CG. 3. Cut the excess wire to 2.0 inches as shown, then wire to the appropriate terminal of the MPS power supply. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the other 2 wires.

Figure 32 Installing Ferrites to Prevent Conducted Noise on AC Lines

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VIII. Wiring Specifications


ALD-2I LOOP CONFIGURATION GUIDE

The ALD-2I loading graph on page 33 plots the ALD-2I Loop output current verses the total line resistance. The results are used to determine the maximum line resistance, which can be tolerated in conjunction with the number and types of devices connected to the loop. The current for each device is listed on the graph. Note: This is device inrush current and must be used for this calculation. 1. 2. 3. Add the individual currents for each device that is to be connected to the loop. Locate the total ALD-2I current on the Y-axis and draw a horizontal line until it intersects the curve. At the point of intersection draw a vertical line down until it intersects with the X-axis. It is at this point that the graph will yield the total amount of line resistance that can be tolerated by the loop.

The ALD-2I loading graph is to used to maximize the number of devices that can be installed on the ALD-2I loop of an MXL system. The vertical axis of the graph is milliamperes of current and the horizontal axis is ohms. When you know either the total device current on an ALD-2I loop or the total resistance (both wires) of that loop, the graph can be used to determine the other variable. EXAMPLE #1: EXAMPLE #2: The total line resistance of a loop is sixty (60) ohms. By using the graph you will find that the total allowable device current is seventy-six (76) milliamperes. The total device current on a loop is going to be eighty (80) milliamperes. By using the graph you find that the maximum allowable loop resistance is fiftyfive (55) ohms.

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ALD-2I Loading Graph

140

130

120

110

100

Model CZM Series ID Series TRI-60 Series TRI-60D IL Series MSI-B6 Series TRI-B6 Series TRI-B6D ICP/VCP Series LIM-1 FP Series TRI-S/R/D

Current 4.0 mA 0.5 mA 0.5 mA 1.0 mA 1.4 mA 1.4 mA 1.8 mA 2.3 mA 4.0 mA 0.5 mA 0.75 mA 1.6 mA

ALD-2I Output Current (mA)

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Total ALD-2I Line Resistance (ohms)

Wiring Specifications

Dashed Line: ALD-2I Hardware

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WIRING SPECIFICATION FOR MXL


1. ALL WIRING MUST COMPLY WITH LOCAL AND NATIONAL CODES. 2. Intermixing of field wiring cable types is allowed. 3. Radiated and Conducted Emissions Protection A. For each circuit type described in sections 4-8, add one clamp-on ferrite having sufficient diameter to the cable between the module and the knockout. See Table 4.
TABLE 4 Clamp-On Ferrite Manufacturer Stew ard P/N 28A0434-0A2 Stew ard P/N 28A0592-0A2 Stew ard P/N 28A0593-0A2 Inside Diameter 0.210" (5.35mm) 0.189" (4.80mm) 0.266" (6.75mm)

C. For each power supply (MPS-6 or MPS-12) add one ferrite each to the hot, neutral and ground wires as shown in Figure 32, page 31. Three ferrites are supplied with the MME-3-CG enclosure. 4. For all Signaling Line Circuits (ALD-2I Loops) A. All SLC circuits are rated Power Limited and should be wired in accordance with applicable codes. B. The minimum wire size permitted is 18 AWG, maximum 14 AWG. C. Multiple SLC circuits within the same cable or metal raceway do not have to be individually shielded. D. The maximum line resistance: Style 4 (Class B) circuit (all wires) is 100 ohms. Style 6 (Class A) circuit, allowable resistance is 100 ohms, 25 ohms per line. Refer to the ALD-2I Loop Configuration Guide on page 32. E. The maximum allowable line capacitance for SLC circuits is: 0.4 UF Line to Line 0.8 UF Line to Ground 5. Non-addressable Initiating Device Circuits (i.e., CZM-4, CZM-1, TRI Modules): A. All Siemens Fire Safety initiating circuits are rated Power Limited and should be wired in accordance with applicable codes. B. The minimum wire size permitted is 18 AWG, maximum 14 AWG. C. The maximum allowable line resistance per module is as follows: 1. Model CZM-4: Style B (Class B) - 70 ohms maximum (both wires). If a Relay Base is utilized, 40 ohms maximum. Style D (Class A) - 70 ohms maximum, 17.5 ohms per line. If a Relay Base is utilized, 40 ohms maximum, 10 ohms per line.

May be purchased from Digi-Key Corporation, Thief River Falls, MN 56701, Phone (800) 344-4539

B. For each circuit type described in sections 4-8, add one clamp-on ferrite having sufficient diameter to the entire bundle of cables outside the enclosure approximately 12 inches from the enclosure. See Table 5.
TABLE 5 Clamp-On Ferrite Manufacturer Wurth Electronics P/N 7427153 Wurth Electronics P/N 7427151 Wurth Electronics P/N 7427154 Wurth Electronics P/N 7427155 Inside Diameter 0.321" (8.15mm) 0.603" (15mm) 0.642" (16.3mm) 1.08" (27.5mm)

May be purchased from Metuchen Capacitors, Inc., Holmdel, NJ 07733, Phone (800) 442-3014

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Wiring Specifications

2. Model CZM-1 (No detector accessories allowed): Style B (Class B) - 35 ohms maximum (both wires). Style D (Class A) - 35 ohms maximum, 8.7 ohms per line. CZM-1 power wiring allowable. Style B (Class B) both wires, maximum resistance is 4 ohms. Style D (Class A) maximum resistance is 1 ohm per wire. 3. Model TRI-Series* - minimum size wire for supervised switch is 18 AWG, shielded, maximum line length 200 feet (TRI to switch). Maximum Capacitance 0.04 UF Line to Line. Maximum Capacitance 0.08 UF Line to Ground.
* Reference US Coast Guard Approved Equipment List.

presently compatible with modem transmission. 7. MXL (XNET) Global Network Circuits (i.e., MXL to MXL): A. Minimum wire size is 18 AWG, maximum is 14 AWG. B. The maximum allowable: Line resistance is 80 ohms (both wires). Line capacitance is 0.33 UF Line to Line, 0.66 UF Line to Ground for each network pair. These parameters also apply to the Foreign System Interface module (RS-485). C. Parallel Wiring (T-tapping) is not allowable unless a REP-1 is utilized. D. 120 ohm, 1/4 watt resistors must be placed at each end of the XNET network pair. E. All MXL (XNET) network wiring is rated Power Limited and should be wired in accordance with applicable codes. F. Multiple MXL (XNET) network utilizes a modified RS-485 (CSMA/CD). The XNET can be configured with the NIM-1W/1M modules to allow FSK data transmission over properly configured PBX or POTs lines. 8. Notification Appliance Circuits: (NAC) A. All NAC circuits must use a minimum of 14 AWG wire. B. Line resistance (all wires) is 3 ohms. Line capacitance is 0.05 UF Line to Line and 0.1 UF Line to Ground. C. These circuits and their associated wiring are rated Power Limited and should be wired in accordance with applicable codes. D. Parallel wiring (T-tapping) is not allowed on any NAC circuit. E. When programmed for leased line circuits, the external wiring resistance to the monitoring location must be between 2K and 5K ohms. This line must be a dedicated pair for fire alarm use only.

D. Parallel wiring (T-tapping) is not allowed on any of the above. 6. MXL (MNET) Local Network Circuits (i.e., MXL to MXLR): A. Minimum wire size permitted is 18 AWG, maximum is 14 AWG. B. The maximum allowable: Line resistance is 80 ohms (both wires) Line capacitance is 0.33 UF Line to Line and 0.66 UF Line to Ground for each network pair. C. Parallel wiring (T-tapping) is not allowable unless an REP-1 is utilized. Each REP-1 provides two Style 4 Circuits providing an additional 80 ohms line resistance. D. 120 ohm, 1/4 watt resistors must be placed at each end of the network circuit (MNET). E. All MXL (MNET) local network wiring is rated Power Limited and should be wired in accordance with applicable codes. F. The MXL (MNET) local network utilizes a modified RS-485 (CSMA/CD). It is not

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Wiring Specifications

F. When programmed for municipal tie circuits, the external wiring resistance to the municipal box shall not exceed 22.5 ohms (both wires). G. When programmed for releasing service use, the maximum line resistance is 3 ohms (both wires). NOTES: 1. When shielded cable is utilized, the wiring shields should only be connected at the point of origin, as specified. 2. Underground wiring is permissible if all National and Local Code Requirements are met.

3. All underground wiring should be shielded and use UL Listed / Approved (for fire protection) Transient Protection Devices. Metal raceway is recommended for maximum reliability and dependability. 4. Overhead exterior wiring is not permitted. 5. Twisted pair wires standard twist is 6 turns per foot. 6. For wire resistance information, refer to the latest edition of the National Electric Code, NFPA 70, or contact the manufacturer of the wire in question.

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US Coast Guard Approved Equipment List (Cert No:161.002/22/7)


MXL
Marine Fire Detection System
1. MXL Control Panel/Enclosures 2. MXL System Modules 3. MXL Accessories 4. MXL Intelligent Initiating Devices/Bases 5. MXL Notification Appliances/Devices 6. MXL Conventional Initiating Devices/Bases 7. Previously Listed Equipment

P/N MXL-M-03 Rev-3-2/05 Pages 37 - 44

Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.


Fire Safety 8 Fernwood Road Florham Park, NJ 07932 Phone (973) 593-2600 Fax (973) 593-6612 www.sbt.siemens.com/fis

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1. MXL Control Panel/Enclosures


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

MME-3-CG BB-55 RCC-1

500-649569 500-693298 500-692533

MXL USCG Apprvd. Complete Enclosure MXL 55 Amp Hour Battery Box Remote Control/Annunciator (MKB)

----5039

2. MXL System Modules


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

MMB-2 SMB-2 MPS-6 MPS-12 MPS-12/220 MPS-12/240 PSR-1

500-894049 500-895955 500-490357 500-492209 500-492572 500-492573 500-891182

MXL Main Board MXL-IQ Main Board MXL 6 Amp. Power Supply MXL 12 Amp. Power Supply MXL 12 Amp. 220 VAC Power Supply MXL 12 Amp. 240 VAC Power Supply Remote Power Supply/Controller (Requires MPS-6 Or MPS-12) Analog Loop Drive (2 Circuits) Relay Module (4 Relays) Controllable Signal Module Convention Zone Mod (4 Zones) Short Circuit Line Isolator Input Driver Mod. (16 Inputs) Display/Annunciator with USCG MMB-2 Output Driver Mod. (16 Outputs) Network I/O Interface Style 4 or 7 Expansion Cardcage (2 Slots) Expansion Cardcage (4 Slots) Style 4 Communication Module Style 7 Communication Module Global (X-NET) MXL Network Interface Peripheral Interface Modules Auxiliary 5V Power Supply Module Local Network Interface Style 4/7 Power Transfer Relay Remote Control/Annunciator (MKB) RS-485 Network Repeater Thermal Strip Printer, (Internal)

5000 5054 5000 5000 ----5010

ALD-2I CRM-4 CSM-4 CZM-4 LIM-1 MID-16 MKB-1 MOD-16 MOI-7 MOM-2 MOM-4 NET-4 NET-7 NIM-1W PIM-1 PS-5A PS-5N7 PTR-1 RCC-1 REP-1 TSP-40

500-891618 500-890401 500-890402 500-890488 500-892361 500-891747 500-890378 500-890828 500-892800 500-892766 500-890269 500-891181 500-091914 500-699103 500-691324 500-492369 500-892728 500-186248 500-692533 500-892954 500-890775

5005 5002 5001 5003 5040 5017

--5008 5047 5043 5004 5012 5034 5072 5015

--5046

--5039 5051 5007

--- : Catalog Sheet is not available. However, an instruction sheet is provided with the shipped equipment.

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3. MXL Accessories
Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

BP-61 BTX-1 BTX-2 MPX-2 MXL-MPFO TSP-40-PP TSW-2

175-387194 175-083897 175-083898 500-887821 500-692880 500-691888 500-692413

Battery (15 AH, 24 VDC) Battery (35 AH) Battery (55 AH) TRI/TRX Mounting Plate Fiber Optic Mntg plt MOM Footprnt TSP-40 Printer Paper Panel Tamper Switch (UL 1076)

3361 3361 3361

----5007

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4. MXL Intelligent Initiating Devices/Bases


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

AD-11P AD-11PR AD-11XPR AD-3I AD-3ILP AD-3XRI AD-3XRILP ADBI-60 ADBX-11 *CZM-1B6 DB-11 DB-3S DB-ADPT DB-X11RS DB-X3RS EAD-3 FP-11 FPT-11 ILI-1 ILI-1A ILI-1AH ILI-1B ILI-1BH ILI-1H ILP-1 ILPT-1 ISM-1 MSI-10B MSI-20B MSI-B6F RA-ADB TRI-B6M TRI-D TRI-R TRI-S

500-095656 500-095657 500-096062 500-086495 500-093268 500-086499 500-093269 500-090930 500-096181 500-895352 500-094151 595-381804 500-094187 500-096125 500-083248 500-686214 500-095112 500-095918 500-092725 500-093023 500-093031 500-093026 500-093033 500-093029 500-092650 500-092863 500-694122 500-893080 500-893081 500-895301 500-689948 500-894546 500-896226 500-896224 500-896225

Air Duct Housing (For Series 11) Air Duct Housing with Relay (For Series 11) Air Duct Housing with Relay (For Series 11) Air Duct Housing, Ion Air Duct Photo Detector Duct Housing with Relay for X&I Ion Air Duct Photo Detector Audible Base (For X or I Series) Audible Base (For Series 11) Conventional Zone Module Detector Mounting Base for Series 11 Universal Base Detector Base Adapter Relay Base (For Series 11) Relay Base (For X or I Series) Weatherproof Air Duct Enclosure Addressable FirePrint Fire Detector Addressable Thermal Detector Intelligent Ion Detector Intelligent Ion, High Air Velocity Intelligent Ion, High Air Velocity High Altitude Intelligent Ion, Air Duct Intelligent Ion, Air Duct High Altitude Intelligent Ion, High Altitude Intelligent Photo Detector Intelligent Photo with 135 Thermal Diode Barrier Intelligent Man. Station, Single Action Intelligent Man. Station, Double Action Intelligent Metal Man. Station Flush Trim Ring for Bases Interface Module Dual Input Module Single Input with Relay Single Input Module

6178 6178 6178 6124 --6124 --6163 --5066 6173 ----------6175 6176 6165 6165 6165 6165 6165 6165 6164 6164 --6183 6183 6188 --6170 6179 6179 6179

*Intrinisically Safe Application Requires Diode Barrier, DI-3IS Smoke Detector and Contact Devices. --- : Catalog Sheet is not available. However, an instruction sheet is provided with the shipped equipment.

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5. MXL Notification Appliances/Devices


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

BT-F BT-SS DSC DSC-W FER FERW FIB FIBW FWB-1 FWB-1W FWB-2 FWB-2W HN-EP HNH-EP U-EC U-EC-W U-EC-C U-EC-MCS U-EC-MCS-C U-EC-MCS-W U-HN U-HN-W U-HN-C U-HN-MCS U-HN-MCS-C U-HN-MCS-W U-HN-S110-1 U-HN-S110-1-W U-HN-S110S-1 U-HN-S110S-1-W U-HNH U-HNH-W U-HNH-C U-HNH-MCS U-HNH-MCS-C U-HNH-MCS-W U-HNH-S110-1 U-HNH-S110-1-W U-HNH-S110S-1 U-HNH-S110S-1-W U-MCS U-MCS-W U-MCS-AR U-MCS-WE U-MCS-6090V U-MCS-6090V-W U-MH U-MH-W

500-694372 500-694387 500-696872 500-696873 500-694493 500-695772 500-694496 500-695775 500-694494 500-695773 500-694495 500-695774 500-694290 500-694289 500-696850 500-696851 500-696924 500-699715 500-699716 500-699717 500-696512 500-696513 500-696935 500-699724 500-699725 500-699726 500-696692 500-696693 500-696694 500-696695 500-696534 500-696535 500-696946 500-699729 500-699730 500-699731 500-696714 500-696715 500-696716 500-696717 500-699701 500-699702 500-699746 500-648644 500-699703 500-699704 500-696558 500-696559

Bell 2537 Bell 2537 Dual Synchronization Control Module 2553 Dual Synchronization Control Module - White 2553 F-Series Extension Ring 2511 F-Series Extension Ring - White 2511 Indoor Surface Box 2511 Indoor Surface Box - White 2511 Weatherproof Back Box 2511 Weatherproof Back Box - White 2511 Weatherproof Back Box 2511 Weatherproof Back Box 2511 Explosion Proof Horn - "Lower Current" 2530 Explosion Proof Horn - "Higher dB" 2530 Electronic Chime 2556 Electronic Chime - White 2556 Electronic Chime - Ceiling 2556 Wall Chime w/Adapter Strobe 2556 Chime w/Adapter Strobe Ceiling 2556 Wall Chime w/Adapter Strobe - White 2556 Electro-Mechanical Horn - DC 2557 Electro-Mechanical Horn - DC / White 2557 Electro-Mechanical Horn - DC /Ceiling 2557 Electro-Mechanical Horn -DC w/Adapter Strobe 2557 Electro-Mechanical Horn -DC w/Adapter Strobe-Ceiling 2557 Electro-Mechanical Horn -DC w/Adapter Strobe-White 2557 Electro-Mech. Horn - DC w/110CD Strobe 2557 Electro-Mech. Horn - DC w/110CD Strobe-White 2557 Electro-Mech. Horn - DC w/110CD Sync. Strobe 2557 Electro-Mech. Horn - DC w/110CD Sync. Strobe-White 2557 Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn 2557 Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn-White 2557 Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn-Ceiling 2557 Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn w/Adapter Strobe 2557 Electro-Mech. HIDB Horn w/Adapter Strobe-White 2557 Electro-Mech. HIDB Horn w/Adapter Strobe-Ceiling 2557 Electro-Mech. HIDB Horn w/110CD Strobe 2557 Electro-Mech. HIDB Horn w/110CD Strobe-White 2557 Electro-Mech. HIDB Horn w/110CD Sync. Strobe 2557 Electro-Mech. HIDB Horn w/110CD Sync. Strobe-White 2557 Multicandela Selectable Strobe 2550 Multicandela Selectable Strobe-White 2550 Multicandela Selectable Strobe-Agent Release 2550 Multicandela Selectable Strobe-EVAC White 2550 Multicandela Selectable Strobe-Retro Plate Mount 2550 Multicandela Selectable Strobe-Retro Plate Mount-White 2550 Steady Tone Mini-Horn 2552 Steady Tone Mini-Horn-White 2552

--- : Catalog Sheet is not available. However, an instruction sheet is provided with the shipped equipment.

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5. MXL Notification Appliances/Devices (Cont.)


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

U-MH-MCS U-MH-MCS-W U-MH-1G U-MH-1G-W U-MHT U-MHT-W U-MHT-MCS U-MHT-MCS-W U-MHT-1G U-MHT-1G-W U-MMT U-MMT-W U-MMT-AR U-MMT-1G U-MMT-1G-W U-MMT-MCS U-MMT-MCS-W U-MMT-MCS-AR U-S110-1 U-S110-1-W U-S110S-1 U-S110S-1-W

500-699711 500-699712 500-696556 500-696557 500-696582 500-696583 500-699709 500-699710 500-696580 500-696581 500-696606 500-696607 500-699759 500-606604 500-606605 500-699713 500-699714 500-699758 500-696658 500-696659 500-696660 500-696661

Steady Tone Mini-Horn w/Adapter Strobe Steady Tone Mini-Horn w/Adapter Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn 1Gang Mount Steady Tone Mini-Horn 1 Gang Mount Steady / Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe Steady/Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe Temporal Horn w/Adapter Strobe Temporal Horn w/Adapter Strobe-White Steady/Temporal Tone Mini-Horn 1 Gang Mount Steady/Temporal Tone Mini-Horn 1 Gang Mount-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn 8-Tone Electronic Horn-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn Agent Release 8-Tone Electronic Horn single gang 8-Tone Electronic Horn single gang-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn w/Adapter Strobe 8-Tone Electronic Horn w/Adapter Strobe-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn w/Adapter Strobe Agent Release 110cd Strobe 110cd Strobe-White 110cd Sync. Strobe 110cd Sync. Strobe-White

2552 2552 2552 2552 2552 2552 2552 2552 2552 2552 2554 2554 2554 2554 2554 2554 2554 2554 2539 2539 2539 2539

6. MXL Conventional Initiating Devices/Bases


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

DB-11 DB11-SEAL DB-3S DB-ADPT DB-SEAL DF-30 DI-3 DI-A3 DI-A3H DI-B3 DI-B3H DI-3IS DT-11 DT-135CS DT-200CS DT-135CL DT-200CL DT-135WP

500-094151 500-695622 595-381804 500-094187 500-692211 500-092600 500-081806 500-083263 500-086448 500-085081 500-086578 500-083117 500-095430 500-017585 500-017586 500-017541 500-017542 500-087260

Detector Base DB-11 Seal for DB-11 Universal Base Detector Base Adapter Gasket (36 PER) U.V. Flame for Use w/ DB-3S Ionization Detector (Series 3) Ionization Detector Hi Velocity Ion. Det. Air Duct High Air Velocity High Altitude Ionization Detector Air Duct Ionization Detector Air Duct High Altitude Ionization Detector Intr. Safe Thermal 135 Degree Rate Comp./Fixed Temp 135 Rate Comp./Fixed Temp 200 Rate Comp./Fixed Temp LMP/Locking Rate Comp./Fixed Temp LMP/Locking Rate Comp./Fixed Temp Weatherproof

6173 Manual ----Manual 6127 6119 6119 6119 6119 6119 6174 6131 6131 6131 6131 6127

--- : Catalog Sheet is not available. However, an instruction sheet is provided with the shipped equipment.

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6. MXL Conventional Initiating Devices/Bases (Cont.)


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

DT-200WP DT-140EP DT-190EP MS-51 MS-501 MSM-K MSM-KD MSM-K-WP MSM-KD-WP MSM-EXP MSM-INST MSM-BOX PE-11 PE-11T RR-11

500-087261 500-688976 500-688978 500-620503 500-620522 500-698215 500-698216 500-698217 500-698218 500-698219 500-698220 500-698221 500-094150 500-095110 500-694622

Rate Comp./Fixed Temp Weatherproof Rate Comp./Fixed Temp 140 Expl. Proof Rate Comp./Fixed Temp 190 Expl. Proof ** Other Temp Require Special Order ** Manual Stations N.O. SPST Manual Stn. Double Action SPST Metal Manual Station-Key Metal Manual Station-Key-Double Action Metal Manual Station-Key-Weather Proof Metal Manual Sta-Key-Dbl Action-Weather Proof Metal Manual Station-Explosion Proof Metal Manual Station-Institutional Surface Back Box Photoelectric Detector PE-11T Photo / Thermal Detector Remote Relay Module

6127 6127 6127 6183 6183 6184 6184 6184 6184 6184 6184 6184 6173 6173 6173

7. Previously Listed Equipment


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

MXL-CG CZM-1 MMB-1 NIM-1R MKB-2 MKB-4 PAL-1 PIM-2 ADBI-60 DPH FSB-1 ID-60I ID-60IA ID-60IH ID-60P ID-60PT ID-60T-135 ID-60T-135 MSI-10 MSI-20 MT-SUR-BOX MT-SUR-RIM PMS-B6 PMS-B6-D PMS-B6-EX PMS-B6-INST PMS-B6-WP

500-192647 500-890736 500-890376 500-892953 500-892077 500-693519 500-692407 500-692406 500-090930 500-687639 310-083323 500-090259 500-090515 500-090514 500-090281 500-090282 500-090261 500-090261 500-091234 500-091670 500-693168 500-693169 500-698222 500-698223 500-698226 500-698227 500-698224

MXL USCG Approved Complete Enclosure Conventional Zone Module MXL Main Board Global (X-NET) MXL Network Interface Display/Control Keyboard Hinged Display Control Panel U.L. Listed Parallel Printer MXL/CXL Parallel Printer Interface Module Audible Base (For X or I Series) Horn, Double Projector Flush Mount Backbox Horn/Strobe Intelligent Ion Detector Intelligent Ion High Air Velocity Detector Intelligent Ion High Altitude Detector Intelligent Photoelectric Detector Intelligent Photoelectric Detector with Heat Sensor Intelligent Rate Cmp./Fix -135 Thermal Intelligent Thermal Detector Intelligent Man. Station, Single Action Intelligent Man. Station, Double Action Mld. BKBX Mld. EXTD Intelligent Metal Man. StationKey Intelligent Metal Man. StationKey-Dbl Action Intelligent Metal Man. StationExplosion Proof Intelligent Metal Man. StaInstitutional Intelligent Metal Man. StationKey-Weather Proof

--5006 5000 5026

--5048 5044 6163 --2511 ----------6157 --6183 6183 2520 2520 -----------

--- : Catalog Sheet is not available. However, an instruction sheet is provided with the shipped equipment.

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7. Previously Listed Equipment (Cont.)


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

PMS-B6-WPD PMS-BOX SBL SFP-1 SPH TRI-B6 TRI-B6D TRI-B6R WBK-3 BACW-6 BACW-10 BT-LC MBDC-6 MBDC-10 MT MT4 MTS15/75 MTS4-15/75 S15/75-STD U-EC-S17 U-EC-S17C U-EC-S17S U-EC-S30 U-EC-S30S U-HN-S17 U-HN-S17S U-HN-S30 U-HN-S30W U-HN-S60 U-HN-S60S U-HN-S75 U-HN-S75S U-HNH-S17-W U-HNH-S17S-W U-HNH-S30-W U-HNH-S30S U-HNH-S30S-W U-HNH-S60-W U-HNH-S60S-W U-HNH-S75-W U-HNH-S75S-W U-MH-S17-W U-MH-S17S-W U-MH-S30-W U-MH-S30S-W

500-698225 500-698221 500-692391 500-687796 500-687638 500-893286 500-893220 500-893180 310-025271 500-688442 500-688443 500-694382 500-688448 500-688449 500-693130 500-693131 500-693134 500-693135 500-693112 500-696852 500-696925 500-696854 500-696856 500-696858 500-696514 500-696516 500-696518 500-696519 500-696522 500-696524 500-696526 500-696528 500-696537 500-696539 500-696541 500-696542 500-696543 500-696545 500-696547 500-696549 500-696551 500-696561 500-696563 500-696565 500-696567

Intelligent Metal Man. StaKey-Dbl Act-WeatherProof Surface Back Box Surface Box Horn, Semi-flush Mounting Plate Horn, Single Projector Single Input Module Dual Input Module Single Input with Relay Weatherproof Mounting Box Polarized Bell 6" 120 VAC Polarized Bell 10" 120 VAC Bell 6" 24 VDC Motor Bell 10" 24 VDC Motor Bell Multitone Signal Multitone Signal (4" Sq. Electrical Box) 15/75CD Non Sleeping, Clg & Wall 15/75CD Non Sleeping, Clg & Wall (4" Sq. Electrical Box) Strobe 15/75 CD Electronic Chime/Strobe Electronic Chime/Strobe - Ceiling Electronic Chime/Sync. Strobe Electronic Chime/Strobe Electronic Chime/Sync. Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Sync. Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Strobe-White Electro-Mechanical Horn / Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Sync. Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Strobe Electro-Mechanical Horn / Sync. Strobe Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Strobe Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Sync. Strobe Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Strobe-White Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Sync. Strobe Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Strobe-White Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Strobe-White Electro-Mechanical HIDB Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Sync. Strobe-White

----2520 2511 --6159 6159 6159 2515 2515 2537 2513 2513 2521 2521 2521 2521 2520 2544 2544 2544 2544 2544 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2541 2543 2543 2543 2543

--- : Catalog Sheet is not available. However, an instruction sheet is provided with the shipped equipment.

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7. Previously Listed Equipment (Cont.)


Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No.

U-MH-S60S-W U-MH-S75-W U-MH-S75S-W U-MHT-S17-W U-MHT-S17S-W U-MHT-S30 U-MHT-S30-W U-MHT-S30S-W U-MHT-S60-W U-MHT-S60S-W U-MMT-S17-W U-MMT-S17S-W U-MMT-S30-W U-MMT-S30S-W U-MMT-S60S U-S17 U-S17-W U-S17S U-S17S-W U-S30 U-S30-W U-S75 DF-1 DI-4A DI-6 LA-1 PB-2400 PB-1191 PE-3 PE-3T S121 S122 S-2406 TF1

500-696571 500-696573 500-696575 500-696585 500-696587 500-696588 500-696589 500-696591 500-696593 500-696595 500-696609 500-696611 500-696613 500-696615 500-696619 500-696460 500-696461 500-696462 500-696463 500-696464 500-696465 500-696472 500-016425 500-025402 500-185487 500-690052 500-089949 500-095076 500-091540 500-091920 500-085145 500-086476 500-089951 500-690053

Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe-White Steady Tone Mini-Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Steady / Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe Steady / Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe Steady / Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe Steady / Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe-White Steady / Temp. Tone Mini-Horn / Sync. Strobe-White Steady / Temporal Tone Mini-Horn / Strobe-White Steady / Temp. Tone Mini-Horn / Sync. Strobe-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn / Strobe-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn / Sync. Strobe-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn / Strobe-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn / Sync. Strobe-White 8-Tone Electronic Horn / Sync. Strobe Stand Alone Strobe Stand Alone Strobe-White Stand Alone Sync. Strobe Stand Alone Strobe-White Stand Alone Strobe Stand Alone Strobe-White Stand Alone Strobe Infra-Red Flame Det. User w/ DB-3S Ionization Detector (Series 4) Ionization Detector Adjustable Adjustment Lamp for Lens Aln. Proj. Beam Smk. Det. Trns/Rec. Linear Beam Detector (P/N 315-095424-2) Photoelectric Smoke Detector Photoelectric Smoke w/ 135 Heat Infra-Red Solar Blind Flame Det. Infra-Red (Non Solar Blind) I.R. Flame Detector, Dual Sensor Test Kit w/ Three Filters

2543 2543 2543 2543 2543 2543 2543 2543 2543 2543 2542 2542 2542 2542 2542 --------------6120 6113 6126 6149 6149 6171 6160 6160 6144 6144 6150 6149

Graphic Annunciators (L.E.D.) LD-0, LD-1, LD-2, LD-3, LD-4, LD-00, LD-5, LD-10, LD-20, LD-30, LD-40, G1212, G1818 MXL 19" Rack Mounted Modules
Model No. Part No. Description Installation Instruction No.

ACM-RK CABLES-RK MKB-3 MMB-RK MOM-RK MPS-RK MXL-RK MXL-RK1 TSP-RK VSR-RK
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500-893042 500-893044 500-893506 500-893047 500-893050 500-893045 500-893046 500-693470 500-893048 500-893043

ACM-1 19" Rack Bracket Rack Mount Cable Kit Display/Controller for Rack Mount MMB/PSR 19" Rack Mount Bracket MOM/OMM 19" Rack Mount Bracket MPS-6/12 19" Rack Mount Bracket MKB-3 19" Rack Mount Bracket All Side Panels (6ft.) TSP-40 10" Rack Mount Bracket VSM/VLM 19" Rack Mount Bracket

P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3 P/N 315-093402-3

Coast Guard Typical MXL


87654321

CONNECTION DIAGRAM

USE EITHER P1 FOR MPS-6 OR P14 FOR MPS-12 P14 1 1 + 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 + + 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 P8


21

321

P1 EOL + 1 + 2 2 3 _ 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
12 21

TB2
TB1

TB2

TB1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 + +
ZONE 3

NAC CIRCUITS POLARITY SHOWN IN SUPERVISORY STATE + _ EOL

POWER

_ + _ 3 _ 4 5 + 6 7 8 9 10 EOL DEVICE 2.2K, 1/2W P/N 140-820380 11 12 13 14 15 16 P8 P5 TB6 TB7 EOL _ _ NOT USED WITH ALD-2I TB5-4 TB5-3
BELL BELL

P2 TB5-11 TB5-10 TB5-9 NAC-2 _


ZONE 2 LOOP 2

TB5-12

21

LOOP 1

ZONE 1

BATTERY _ SEE MMB-2 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (P/N 315-095097) FOR CLASS A WIRING

BATTERY SEE NOTE 4

CZM-1 POWER POWER LIMITED CLASS B WIRING SHOWN SUPV SHOWN STYLE B (CLASS B) POWER LIMITED

P3

12

POWER TO MOM-4

SUPV SHOWN STYLE 6 (CLASS A) POWER LIMITED

SUPV SHOWN STYLE Y (CLASS B) POWER LIMITED

_ TB5-7 TB5-6 TB5-5 _ _ SUPV SHOWN STYLE Z (CLASS A) POWER LIMITED

_ TB5-8

TB3-4

+ +

NOT USED EOL EOL DEVICE, P/N 140-820380

TB3-3

AVAILABLE

SUPV SHOWN CLASS A* POWER LIMITED

TB3-2

ANALOG LOOP 2

SUPV SHOWN STYLE 4 (CLASS B) POWER LIMITED

CSM-4

+ + +

TB3-1

_ + _ SUPV SHOWN STYLE Y (CLASS B) POWER LIMITED TB5-2 TB5-1 TB4-9 TB4-8 TB4-7 SUPERVISORY

TB2-4

TB2-3

SUPV SHOWN STYLE D (CLASS A) POWER LIMITED

11 _ _ 12 13 14 15 16 P5 TB7 TB6
12

SUPV SHOWN STYLE Z (CLASS A) POWER LIMITED

SUPV SHOWN CLASS B** POWER LIMITED NAC-1 BELLS IN CREWS QUARTERS POLARITY SHOWN IN SUPERVISORY STATE

ZONE 4

TB2-2

ANALOG LOOP 1

TB2-1

DO NOT USE

NON POWER LIMITED

TO MOM-4, MOM-2

+24V

TB1-5

-24V

TB1-4

TB1-3 TB4-6 P9 TB4-5 TB4-4 TB4-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 TB4-2 TB4-1 ALARM P6 MOM-4


87654321

MMB-2 MAIN BOARD


ALD-2I

TB1-2 TROUBLE NOT USED P10 P7

DO NOT USE EOLR 120 OHMS, 1/4W, 5% P/N 140-820150

MOM-4

CZM-4

MOM-4

TB1-1
87654321 87654321

87654321

87654321

TO PSR-1 TAMPER SWITCH CONTACTS SHOWN IN NORMAL STATE

UNSUPERVISED CONTACT RATED 2A, 30 VDC/120 VAC RESISTIVE

P10

P7

NOTE: VISUAL ALARM MUST ACCOMPANY AUDIBLE ALARMS OTHER THAN BELLS

POWER LIMITED

PROGRAMMER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1 2 3 4 CONTACTS SHOWN DE-ENERGIZED 5 6 7 8 DO NOT USE NOT USED WITH CZM-4 9 10 11 12 13

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 DO NOT USE

+
HORN

SUPV SHOWN STYLE Z (CLASS A) POWER LIMITED UNSUPERVISED RELAY CONTACT RATING 2A 30 VDC/120 VAC RESISTIVE
STROBE

P5

PRINTER CONNECT TO CLASS 2/POWER LIMITED ONLY 7 NOT USED WITH ALD-2I 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 TB4 TB5 8

BELL

BELL

P4

123456

TSW-2
PTR-1

* OPERATES IN FULL

CONFORMANCE WITH STYLE 6 1 8 2 7 6 5 4 3

DO NOT USE + DO NOT USE

EOL POLARITY SHOWN IN SUPERVISORY STATE

CRM-4

** OPERATES IN FULL
MAIN POWER 120 VAC, 50/60 H

Power Transfer Relay

CSM-4

CONFORMANCE WITH STYLE 4

120 VAC, 60Hz (HOT)

120 VAC (NEUTRAL)

TSP-40 PRINTER

2K-5K OHM MAX POWER LIMITED UNSUPERVISED LEASED LINE

GROUND

MPS-6/-12 POWER SUPPLY


SECONDARY POWER 120 VAC, 50/60 H

14 15 16 TB3

14 15 16 TB4 TB5 TB3

14 15 16

DO NOT USE

NOTES: 1. For Installation Instructions for the MXL modules refer to the Table on page 46. 2. Waterflow Alarm must be CSG-M configured to at least one non-silenceable NAC. 3. Refer to the MXL/MXLV OPERATION, INSTALLATION, AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL (P/N 315-092036) for minimum NFPA configurations and additional information. 4. Use the following batteries: BTX-1, BTX-2, or BP-61. 5. The CSM-4 module is capable of the following functions: Leased Line Circuit Supervised Local Energy Auxiliary Trip (Municipal Tie) Supervised Notification Appliance Circuit Releasing Service (per NFPA 13)

CRM-4 relay coils are supervised when not energized; contacts are not. For alternate configurations using CZM-1B6s, consult Technical Support. The following terminals on the PSR-1 (P/N 315-090911) are power limited: TB1 (1-6), TB4 (1-4), and TB3 (1-4). When the CSM-4 is configured for Municipal Tie or Releasing Service, terminals 1 and 4 and/or terminals 9 and 12 are non-power limited. In all other applications, the CSM-4 is power limited on all terminals. 10. The MXL modules indicated with an asterisk in the Table on page 46 are rated power limited on all terminals. 11. For Compatible Notification Appliances, refer to the US Coast Guard Approved Equipment List in the Marine Smoke Detection Systems Manual for the MXL Control Panel, P/N 315-092382.

6. 7. 8. 9.

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C o mp a t i b l e I n i t i a t i n g D e v i c e s f o r AL D -2 I, M M B -2 a n d S M B -2
Compatible Devices CZM-1B6 FP-11* Base Installation Instructions 315-095355-6

E le c t r ic a l R a t in g s (All ratings are per zone, per loop, or per circuit)


Ala rm 30 VDC 66mA max
24V unfiltered, FWR

S u p e r v is o r y 100 ohms max with ID Series devices; 50 ohms max with IL/FP Series devices 3 ohms max 4 ohms max* (10 CZM-1/1B6s max)
FP-11*(d) FPT-11*

L i n e I mp e d a n c e

MMB-2 / SMB-2 Analog Loop 1.5A max


24V unfiltered, FWR

30 VDC 66mA max

MMB-2 / SMB-2 NAC Loop 1A max 30 VDC 66mA max 24.5 VDC max 180mA max 70 ohms max 35 ohms max
ILI-1B/1BH ILI-1/1H/1A/1AH DB-11, DB-X11RS DB-3S + DB-ADPT DB-X3RS + DB-ADPT ADBI-60 + DB-ADPT DB-3S, DB-X3RS

24V unfiltered, FWR 12mA max

24V unfiltered, FWR

MMB-2 / SMB-2 CZM-1/1B6 Power 100 ohms max with ID Series devices; 50 ohms max with IL/FP Series devices

1A max

DB-11, DB-X11RS DB-3S + DB-ADPT DB-X3RS + DB-ADPT ADBI-60 + DB-ADPT AD-11P/11XPR

315-095921-8 315-095921-8 315-095921-8 315-095921-8 315-095659-9

ALD-2I

30 VDC 66mA max

CZM-4 24.5 VDC max 45mA max


24V unfiltered, FWR

20-24.5 VDC 4mA max

CZM-1B6 1.5mA max


ILP-1 ILP-1 (d) ILPT-1 ILP-2** ILP-2**(d) ILT-1 MSI-10B/-20B MSI-B6F TRI-B6M TRI-S/D/R
15 15 15

18-24.5 VDC 4mA max 3 ohms max

315-095921-8 315-095921-8 315-095921-8 315-095921-8 315-095387-4

24V unfiltered, FWR 24V unfiltered, FWR

CSM-4 NAC Loop 220-320mA (momentary)


24V unfiltered, FWR

12mA max 22.5 ohms max (including load) 2.5K ohms (includes line and load)

AD-3I AD-3XRI DB-3S, DB-X3RS AD-3ILP AD-3XRILP DB-3S, DB-X3RS DB-3S, DB-X3RS AD-3ILP AD-3XRILP DB-3S, DB-X3RS

315-093234-6 315-093235-5 315-092594-8 315-093234-6 315-093235-5 315-092594-8 315-095028-5 315-093234-6 315-093235-5 315-093336-1 315-093329-7 315-095302-5 315-094547-3 315-096242-4

24V unfiltered, FWR

CSM-4 Municipal Tie 3-9mA max FWR = Full Wave Rectified


T YPE HEAT RATE COMP HEAT RATE COMP HEAT RATE COMP DT-135/200WP DT-140/190XP DI-3 DI-3IS PE-11 30 30 30 50 25 50 25 HEAT RATE COMP IONIZATION IONIZATION PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DT-135/200CL 50 25 DT-11 50 25 MODEL FEET BET WEEN DET ECT ORS FEET T O WALL OR PART IT ION

12mA max

24V unfiltered, FWR

CSM-4 Leased Line *See Note 7

3-9mA max

For Proprietary Burglary Application (1076) use a TSW-2 tamper switch to monitor the main enclosure. Monitor each TRI-S/R/D related to this application (1076) for 24 hours by a listed motion detector to prevent tampering.
NOTE: These maximum recommended spacings are based on smooth ceilings and moderate air flow. In other cases, decrease detector spacing accordingly. Refer to Chapter 5 of NFPA 72 (2002 Edition) for guidance.

M XL Modules
Detector DI-3/3H* DI-A3/A3H* DI-B3/B3H* DT-11* PE-11/11T* Base DB-3S DB-3S AD-3I/3ILP AD-3RI/3RP DB-11 DB-3S + DB-ADPT DB-11 DB-3S + DB-ADPT AD-11P/11PR

Installation Instructions

MXL Modules

Installation Instructions

*The FP-11 is only com pat ible w it h M XL R ev. 10. 0 or great er f irm w are. **The I LP-2 i s onl y com pat i bl e wi t h M XL Rev 8. 0 or great er f i rm ware. When t he CSG -M i s conf i gured, t he DUCT appl i cat i on m u st b e se l e ct e d w h e n t h e d e vi ce i s u se d i n a n a i r d u ct h o u si n g o r i n a sp o t d u ct a p p l i ca t i o n .

C ompatible D etectors for C ZM -4


Installation Instructions 315-081943-18 315-081943-18 315-093234-6 315-086591-7 315-095429-3 315-095429-3 315-094198-9 315-094198-9 315-095659-9

C o mp a t i b l e D e t e c t o r s f o r C Z M - 1 / - 1 B 6 *
Detector DI-3/3H DI-A3/A3H DI-B3/B3H DT-11 PE-11/11T Base DB-3S DB-3S AD-3I/3ILP AD-3RI/3RP DB-11 DB-3S + DB-ADPT DB-11 DB-3S + DB-ADPT AD-11P Installation Instructions 315-081943-18 315-081943-18 315-093234-6 315-086591-7 315-095429-3 315-095429-3 315-094198-9 315-094198-9 315-095659-9

ALD-2I* CRM-4 CSM-4 CZM-1B6* CZM-4* LIM-1* MID-16 MKB-1 MOD-16 MOI-7* MOM-2 MOM-4 MPS-6 MPS-12 MPS-12/220 MPS-12/240 NET-4* NET-7* NET-7M NIM-1W* PS-5A PS-5N7* PSR-1 RCC-1/1F* REP-1* TSP-40 315-092030-6 315-092820-7 315-092820-7 315-090909-4 315-091914-10 315-094531-5 315-099165-5 315-092367-7 315-092729-11 315-090911-20 315-095364-6 315-092686-5 315-090776-6

315-091464-10 315-090853-5 315-090854-14 315-095355-6 315-090726-10 315-092135-8 315-091860-5 315-090856-6 315-090830-6 315-092799-6 315-092777-8 315-090852-12 315-090334-6

*Power limited on all terminals. See Note 9 on page 45.

M a y u s e u p t o 1 5 d e t e c t o rs o f a n y t y p e . * D o n o t u s e A D -1 1 P R o r d e t e c t o r-o p e ra t e d a c c e s s o ri e s w i t h
*M ay use up t o 30 det ect ors of any t ype. **O nl y one PBA-1191, and no addi t i onal devi ces, can be connect ed t o a CZM -4 i ni t i at i ng zone.
t h e C Z M -1 / -1 B 6 .

TYPICAL LARGE MXL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION


A. Compliance with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) using USCG Approved Equipment. B. POWER Although the required two sources of power are available from the main and standby generators, optional short term battery backup is also acceptable. C. AUDIBLE ALARMS 1. It is specified that bells are pulsed in order to distinguish fire signals from steady bells of the emergency alarms. 2. The SOLAS requirement of sounding bells in the crew's spaces if the alarm signals at the control panel have not received attention within 2 minutes.

TYPICAL SMALL MXL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION


Small cruise ships require six zones to cover the accommodation spaces. The low deck heights of 7 feet 3 inches increases the possibility of smoke detectors alarming to tobacco smoke. The use of the alarm verification will tend to eliminate this concern by not reporting, but recording first alarm and requiring the device to alarm a second time within a time frame adjustable to one minute. In the event of a true fire, it would be undesirable to have manual station activation so delayed. Therefore, the manual stations are connected to their own CZM-4 zone not under the influence of alarm verification.

NOTE:
When designing Fire Control Systems for various types of vessels, the designer should be aware of the required vessel type, domestic and SOLAS regulations applicable for that vessel.

NOTE:
In addition to USCG approved initiation devices listed on page 46, other approved contact devices such as sprinkler waterflow switches and flood alarms may be connected to CZM-4 modules.

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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.


Fire Safety 8 Fernwood Road Florham Park, NJ 07932 Phone (973) 593-2600 Fax (973) 593-6612 www.sbt.siemens.com/fis

P/N 315-092382-6