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BuenaPark,CA90621
(714)5222246
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FireNETPlus 1127 - ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL


STANDARD FEATURES

DESCRIPTION
The FireNET Plus 1127 series control panel is an
analog addressable fire alarm panel with build options
containing 1 or 2 SLC loops, a Digital Alarm
Communicator/ Transmitter (DACT), and an RS-485
bus for network communication. Each SLC loop
supports 127 devices of any combination (sensors or
modules), and 127 analog sounder bases, for a
possible total of 254 points per loop. Communication
between devices is accomplished by use of standard
cable (shielded or twisted pair is not required). Each
panel includes a 4-amp power supply and has 2 onboard NAC circuits. The RS-485 bus provides
communication to the panel network while another
RS-485 bus provides communication for peripheral
devices. The RS-232 interface allows the convenience
of programming via a PC. The system will support a
variety of Hochiki devices; photo, ion and heat
sensors, which contain a unique, patented sensor
design incorporating automatic drift compensation and
day/night sensitivity modes. Additional devices
include contact monitors, relay controllers, supervised
auxiliary output and short circuit isolator modules. In
addition, interfaces to conventional detection systems
can be established by using a conventional zonemonitoring module. The Loop Explorer Windows
Software interface provides the installer with fingertip
access to installation programming and diagnostic
tools. An Auto Learn feature offers the convenience
for quick start applications. Add to this a reputation
for high quality and dedicated service which makes
this an exceptional product both in performance and
value.

Analog design using Hochikis advanced DCP


protocol for fast communication
Up to 127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder
bases, for a total of 254 points possible per loop
Uses standard wire, no-shielded or twisted pair required
on SLC loops
Integrated digital alarm communicator (DACT) with
Contact ID and SIA reporting formats
Programmable sensitivity levels by device
Alarm Verification feature
Automatic daily calibration & drift compensation routine
Large 8-line x 40-character LCD display (320 char.)
1 or 2 loop (option)
RS-485 bus for panel network (option)
Built-in RS-232 interface for programming via a PC
3 on board programmable Form C relays rated at 1 amp
at 30VDC
2 auxiliary power outputs, each rated 360mA at 24 VDC
Loop Explorer Windows configuration utility
Auto-learn feature
500 network wide software zones
Network Capability of up to 64 panels (option)
Built in help and alarm information screens
2 on-board Class B (style Y) NAC circuits rated at 2.3
amps each (Special Application) and 1.6 amps each
(Regulated continuous)
Gentex, System Sensor, Wheelock, and Amseco NAC
sync protocol built-in
Automatic day/night sensitivity modes
Fire Drill test function
Walk Test function
Powerful & versatile Cause & Effect wizard including:
*Cause & Effect action
*Disable function configuration
*Test mode configuration

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S6468

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

UL 864, Local Signaling Unit.


Types: Automatic, manual,
waterflow, sprinkler supervisory,
Remote Station and Central
California
Station Service (DACT)
Non-coded signaling.
State Fire
NFPA 70, 72 &13 Compliant
Marshal
7165-0410:180

3038713

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Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0087

03/2010

SPECIFICATIONS
Primary AC
Output DC
Power Supply
Charger Current
Dimensions
Weight
Color
Material
Display
Network
Zones
SLC loops
Devices per loop
Addresses per panel
NAC Outputs
Relay Outputs
Aux. Power
PC Port / Printer
DACT Formats

120VAC @ 2.1 Amps 50/60hz or 220VAC @ 1.1Amps 50/60hz


24VDC @ 5.25 Amps
4 Amp integrated
1.5 Amps max.
14.5" W x 19" H x 3.5" D
20 lbs. (without batteries)
Red (optional charcoal)
ABS/steel enclosure
8 line x 40 character LCD (320 characters total)
Dual RS485 ports (64 panels max.)
500 network wide software zones per system
1 or 2 (class A, "style 6 or 7" or class B, "style 4")
127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder bases, 254 total
800 addresses+sub-addresses max. per panel
(2) class B, 2.3 Amps (special application)
1.6 Amps Regulated (continuous)
(3) Form C 1 Amp @ 30VDC
2 outputs, 360mA @ 24VDC each
RS232
Contact ID and SIA

SLC COMPATIBLE DEVICES & SYSTEM ACCESSORIES


MODEL

DESCRIPTION
CONTROL PANEL EXPANDERS

FNP-1127-SLC
FN-4127-NIC
FN-4127-IO

SLC One Loop Expansion Card


Network Interface Card
16 Channel Input/Output Board
ANNUNCIATOR

FN-LCD-S
FNP-LED

Serial LCD Annunciator


Graphix Display

ALG-V, ALK-V
AIE-EA
ATG-EA
NSA-6
NSA-4
ASB
DH-98A
DH-98AR
MS-RA, MS-RA/R,
MS-KA/R
FRCME-S
FRCME-P
FRCME-4
FRCMA, FRCMA-I
DIMM
CZM
R2M
R2ML/H Series
SOM
SOM-A, SOM-AI
SCI

Analog Addressable Photoelectric Sensor


Analog Addressable Ionization Sensor
Analog Addressable Heat Sensor
Six inch Sensor Base
Four inch Sensor Base
Analog Sounder Base
Analog Addressable Duct Detector Unit
Analog Addressable Duct Detector Unit (with relays)

AMS Series

Addressable Manual Pull Station

TCH-B100
FN-ACC
FNP-ETR

Hand Held Programmer (portable device addresser)


Battery/Accessory Enclosure (houses up to 33AH size batteries)
Enclosure Trim Ring for Panel Flush Mount

SLC LOOP DEVICES

Remote Test Station for DH98AR


Contact Monitoring Module (mini w/terminal blocks)
Contact Monitoring Module (mini w/pigtail leads)
Contact Monitoring Module (with faceplate/indicating LED)
Class A Contact Monitoring Module (FRCMA-I has Built-in SCI)
Dual Input Monitor Module (with faceplate/indicating LED)
Conventional Zone Module
Dual Relay Module
Dual Relay Module (R2ML-I & R2MH-I has Built-in SCI)
Supervised Output Module
Class A Supervised Output Module (SOM-AI has Built-in SCI)
Short Circuit Isolator Module
ACCESSORIES

Hochiki America Corporation FireNET Plus ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FireNET4127 - ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL


STANDARD FEATURES

UL 864 9th edition Listed


Analog design using Hochikis advanced DCP
protocol for fast and robust communication
Up to 127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder
bases, for a total of 254 points possible per loop
Uses standard wire, no shielded or twisted pair required on
SLC loops
Supports Class B (style 4) and Class A (style 6 or 7) SLC
loops
4 on board Class B (style Y) NAC circuits rated at 2.5 Amps
each
Programmable sensitivity levels per device & automatic day/
night sensitivity modes
Automatic daily calibration & drift compensation routine
Large 8-line x 40-character LCD display (320 char.)
2 or 4 loop versions (800 addresses/sub-addr. max.)

Dual RS-485 bus for panel network

2 built-in RS-232 interfaces for programming via a PC and


serial printer interface
5 on board programmable Form C relays rated at 1 amp at
30VDC (Fire1, Fire2, trouble, supervisory, aux.)
500mA of auxiliary power available rated at 24 VDC
Loop Explorer Windows configuration utility
500 network wide software zones
Network Capability of up to 64 panels
RS485 slave bus for expansion - up to 32 FN-4127-IO
boards or up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunciators and up to
17 FN-4127-IO boards
Auto-learn feature
Built in help and alarm information screens
Fire Drill test function

Walk Test function


Alarm Verification feature

FireNET is UL listed for Central Station Service, Remote


Station Service and Proprietary Service
Operates on 120VAC or 240VAC input voltage
Powerful & versatile Cause & Effect programming (up to 500
maximum, network wide) including:
*Cause & Effect action
*Disable function configuration
Continued on back.
*Test mode configuration

DESCRIPTION
The FireNET 4127 control panel is an analog addressable fire alarm panel containing 2 or 4 SLC loops with
each loop supporting 127 devices of any combination
(sensors or modules), and 127 analog sounder bases,
for a possible total of 254 points. Communication
between devices is transferred through standard cable
(shielded or twisted pair is not required). Each panel
includes a 5.25 amp power supply and has 4 on board
NAC circuits. An RS-485 bus provides communication to
the panel network, while the RS-232 interface allows the
convenience of programming via a PC. The system will
support a variety of Hochiki devices: photo, ion and heat
sensors, which contain a unique, patented sensor
design incorporating automatic drift compensation and
day/night sensitivity mode. Additional devices include
contact monitors, relay controllers, supervised auxiliary
output and short circuit isolator modules. In addition,
interfaces to conventional detection systems can be
established by using a conventional zone-monitoring
module. The Loop Explorer Windows Software
interface provides the installer with fingertip access to
installation programming and diagnostic tools. An
Auto-learn feature offers the convenience for quick start
applications. Add to this a reputation for high quality and
dedicated service makes this an exceptional product
both in performance and value.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
UL 864, Local Signaling Unit.
Types: Automatic, manual,
waterflow, sprinkler supervisory,
California
S8255 Remote Station and Central
Station Service (DACT)
State Fire
Non-coded signaling.
Marshal
NFPA 70, 72 &13 Compliant 7165-0410:159

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

3033817

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0068

03/2011

SPECIFICATIONS
Primary AC
Output DC
Power Supply
Charger Current
Dimensions
Weight
Color
Material
Display
Network
Zones
SLC loops
Devices per loop
Addresses per panel
NAC Outputs
Relay Outputs
Voltage Outputs
Aux. Power
Aux. Inputs
PC Port
Printer Port

120VAC @ 2.1 Amps 60hz or 220VAC @ 1.1Amps 50hz


24VDC @ 5.25 Amps (4 Amps availble for system power)
5.25 Amps integrated
1.5 Amps max.
14.5" W x 24" H x 5" D
31 lbs. (without batteries)
Red (optional charcoal)
ABS/steel enclosure
8 line x 40 character LCD (320 characters total)
Dual RS485 ports (64 panels max.)
500 network wide software zones per system
2 or 4 (class A, "style 6 or 7" or class B, "style 4")
127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder bases, 254 total
(800 addresses+sub-addresses max. per panel)
(4) 2.5 Amps @ 24VDC (class B)
FireNET ORDERING MODELS
(5) Form C 1 Amp @ 30VDC
(3) 500mA @ 24VDC
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
500mA @ 24VDC
FN-2127
FACP (2 Loop/5.25 Amps)
(8) digital pull downs
FN-2127N
FACP (2 Loop/5.25 Amps) (w/Network)
RS232
FN-4127
FACP (4 Loop/5.25 Amps)
FN-4127N
FACP (4 Loop/5.25 Amps) (w/Network)
RS232

SLC COMPATIBLE DEVICES & SYSTEM ACCESSORIES


MODEL

DESCRIPTION
CONTROL PANEL EXPANDERS

FN-4127-SLC
FN-4127-NIC
FN-4127-IO
FN-DAC
FN-CTM

Dual SLC Loop Expansion Card


Network Interface Card
16 Channel Input/Output Board
Digital Alarm Communicator
City-Tie Module (Local Energy Type)

FN-LCD-N
FN-LCD-S

Network LCD Annunciator


Serial LCD Annunciator

ALG-V
ALK-V & ALK-V2
ACA-V
AIE-EA
ATG-EA
NSA-6
NSA-4
ASB
DH-98A
DH-98AR
MS-RA, MS-RA/R, MS-KA/R
FRCME-M
FRCME-P
FRCME-4
FRCMA, FRCMA-I
DIMM
CZM
R2M
SOM
SOM-A, SOM-AI
SOM-R
SCI
AMS Series

Analog Addressable Photoelectric Sensor


Analog Addressable Photoelectric Sensor
Analog Addressable Multi-Criteria Photo/Heat Sensor
Analog Addressable Ionization Sensor
Analog Addressable Heat Sensor
Six inch Sensor Base
Four inch Sensor Base
Analog Sounder Base
Analog Addressable Duct Detector Unit
Analog Addressable Duct Detector Unit (with relays)
Remote Test Station for DH98A & DH98AR
Contact Monitoring Module (mini w/terminal blocks)
Contact Monitoring Module (mini w/pigtail leads)
Contact Monitoring Module (with faceplate/indicating LED)
Class A Input Module 4" Box Mount (FRCMA-I has built-in SCI)
Dual Input Monitor Module (with faceplate/indicating LED)
Conventional Zone Module
Dual Relay Module
Supervised Output Module
Class A Supervised Output Module With SCI or Without SCI
Supervised Output Module for Releasing Pre-action System
Short Circuit Isolator Module
Addressable Manual Pull Station

TCH-B100
FN-ACC
FN-ETR

Hand Held Programmer (portable device addresser)


Battery/Accessory Enclosure (houses up to 33AH size batteries)
Enclosure Trim Ring for Panel Flush Mount

ANNUNCIATORS

SLC LOOP DEVICES

ACCESSORIES

Hochiki America Corporation FireNET ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FireNET4127 - ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL


WITH PLEXIGLASS WINDOW
STANDARD FEATURES

UL 864 9th edition Listed


Analog design using Hochikis advanced DCP
protocol for fast and robust communication
Up to 127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder
bases, for a total of 254 points possible per loop
Uses standard wire, no shielded or twisted pair required on
SLC loops
Supports Class B (style 4) and Class A (style 6 or 7) SLC
loops
4 on board Class B (style Y) NAC circuits rated at 2.5 Amps
each
Programmable sensitivity levels per device & automatic day/
night sensitivity modes
Automatic daily calibration & drift compensation routine
Large 8-line x 40-character LCD display (320 char.)
2 or 4 loop versions (800 addresses/sub-addr. max.)

Dual RS-485 bus for panel network

2 built-in RS-232 interfaces for programming via a PC and


serial printer interface
5 on board programmable Form C relays rated at 1 amp at
30VDC (Fire1, Fire2, trouble, supervisory, aux.)
500mA of auxiliary power available rated at 24 VDC
Loop Explorer Windows configuration utility
500 network wide software zones
Network Capability of up to 64 panels
RS485 slave bus for expansion - up to 32 FN-4127-IO
boards or up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunciators and up to
17 FN-4127-IO boards
Auto-learn feature
Built in help and alarm information screens
Fire Drill test function

Walk Test function


Alarm Verification feature

FireNET is UL listed for Central Station Service, Remote


Station Service and Proprietary Service
Operates on 120VAC or 240VAC input voltage
Powerful & versatile Cause & Effect programming (up to 500
maximum, network wide) including:
*Cause & Effect action
*Disable function configuration
*Test mode configuration

DESCRIPTION
This alternate build of the FireNET 4127 control panel
is equipped with a Plexiglass window to meet the
requirements of major cities including the City of
Denver. Access level 2 is enabled as soon as the outer
door of the enclosure is opened (CAT 30 Key).
The FireNET 4127 control panel is an analog addressable fire alarm panel containing 2 or 4 SLC loops with
each loop supporting 127 devices of any combination
(sensors or modules), and 127 analog sounder bases,
for a possible total of 254 points. Communication
between devices is transferred through standard cable
(shielded or twisted pair is not required). Each panel
includes a 5.25 amp power supply and has 4 on board
NAC circuits. An RS-485 bus provides communication to
the panel network, while the RS-232 interface allows the
convenience of programming via a PC. The system will
support a variety of Hochiki devices: photo, ion and heat
sensors, which contain a unique, patented sensor
design incorporating automatic drift compensation and
day/night sensitivity mode. Additional devices include
contact monitors, relay controllers, supervised auxiliary
output and short circuit isolator modules. In addition,
interfaces to conventional detection systems can be
established by using a conventional zone-monitoring
module. The Loop Explorer Windows Software
interface provides the installer with fingertip access to
installation programming and diagnostic tools. An
Auto-learn feature offers the convenience for quick start
applications. Add to this a reputation for high quality and
dedicated service makes this an exceptional product
both in performance and value.
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Continued on back.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
UL 864, Local Signaling Unit.
Types: Automatic, manual, waterflow,
sprinkler supervisory, Auxiliary
Service(local energy), and Central
Station Service, Remote Station
Service and Proprietary Service
S8255 (DACT) Non-coded signaling.
NFPA 70, 72 &13 Compliant

California
State Fire
Marshal
7165-0410:159

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0093

07/2009

SPECIFICATIONS
Primary AC
Output DC
Power Supply
Charger Current
Dimensions
Weight
Color
Material
Display
Network
Zones
SLC loops
Devices per loop
Addresses per panel
NAC Outputs
Relay Outputs
Voltage Outputs
Aux. Power
Aux. Inputs
PC Port
Printer Port

120VAC @ 2.1 Amps 60hz or 220VAC @ 1.1Amps 60hz


24VDC @ 5.25 Amps (4 Amps availble for system power)
5.25 Amps integrated
1.5 Amps max.
14.5" W x 24" H x 5" D
31 lbs. (without batteries)
Red (optional charcoal)
ABS/steel enclosure
8 line x 40 character LCD (320 characters total)
Dual RS485 ports (64 panels max.)
500 network wide software zones per system
2 or 4 (class A, "style 6 or 7" or class B, "style 4")
127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder bases, 254 total
(800 addresses+sub-addresses max. per panel)
(4) 2.5 Amps @ 24VDC (class B)
(5) Form C 1 Amp @ 30VDC
FireNET ORDERING MODELS
(3) 500mA @ 24VDC
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
500mA @ 24VDC
FN-2127-DDW
FACP (2 Loop/5.25 Amps)
(8) digital pull downs
FN-2127-DDWN
FACP (2 Loop/5.25 Amps) (w/Network)
RS232
FN-4127-DDW
FACP (4 Loop/5.25 Amps)
RS232
FN-4127-DDWN
FACP (4 Loop/5.25 Amps) (w/Network)

SLC COMPATIBLE DEVICES & SYSTEM ACCESSORIES


MODEL

DESCRIPTION
CONTROL PANEL EXPANDERS

FN-4127-SLC
FN-4127-NIC
FN-4127-IO
FN-DAC
FN-CTM

Dual SLC Loop Expansion Card


Network Interface Card
16 Channel Input/Output Board
Digital Alarm Communicator
City-Tie Module (Local Energy Type)

FN-LCD-N
FN-LCD-S

Network LCD Annunciator


Serial LCD Annunciator

ALG-V
ALK-V & ALK-V2
AIE-EA
ATG-EA
NSA-6
NSA-4
ASB
DH-98A
DH-98AR
MS-RA, MS-RA/R,
MS-KA/R
FRCME-S
FRCME-P
FRCME-4
DIMM
CZM
R2M
SOM
SOM-A, SOM-AI
SCI
AMS Series

Analog Addressable Photoelectric Sensor


Analog Addressable Photoelectric Sensor
Analog Addressable Ionization Sensor
Analog Addressable Heat Sensor
Six inch Sensor Base
Four inch Sensor Base
Analog Sounder Base
Analog Addressable Duct Detector Unit
Analog Addressable Duct Detector Unit (with relays)
Remote Test Station for DH98A & DH98AR
Contact Monitoring Module (mini w/terminal blocks)
Contact Monitoring Module (mini w/pigtail leads)
Contact Monitoring Module (with faceplate/indicating LED)
Dual Input Monitor Module (with faceplate/indicating LED)
Conventional Zone Module
Dual Relay Module
Supervised Output Module
Class A Supervised Output Module With SCI or Without SCI
Short Circuit Isolator Module
Addressable Manual Pull Station

TCH-B100
FN-ACC
FN-ETR

Hand Held Programmer (portable device addresser)


Battery/Accessory Enclosure (houses up to 33AH size batteries)
Enclosure Trim Ring for Panel Flush Mount

ANNUNCIATORS

SLC LOOP DEVICES

ACCESSORIES

Hochiki America Corporation FireNET ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FireNET GRAPHIX SOFTWARE PACKAGE

STANDARD FEATURES

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Choice of text, graphic, and event list display


when event occurs

FireNET control panels can send data to, and be


controlled by, the FireNET graphix system
providing a single point of coordination for all
alarms.
The powerful 32 bit program features a standard
Windows look and feel.
The system has a wide range of configurability
options, and can utilize maps, photographs,
audio or a combination of all if required.
User profiles allow the system manager to control
the access level of each individual user.
A comprehensive history logging and reporting
system allows analysis of events and trends to
be identified to reduce unwanted alarms.
Easy to program and simple to use, FireNET
graphix provides a cost effective solution for fire
alarm management at many levels.

Versatile event analysis


Total history archive
Easy to program
Secure System
Cost effective compared to other systems
Simple to use
Unlimited map linking
Display and control for multiple panels
Event history can be viewed, filtered and exported
to text or HTML documents

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0084

02/2010

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
CD ROM Drive
1Ghz Pentium or equivalent processor
Windows XP
256MB RAM memory (recommended 1GB)
10GB Hard Drive (20GB recommended if many
maps are to be used)
32MB or better graphics card
Any sound card
Monitor must support 1024 x 768 graphics driver
Mouse
Printer (optional)
One RS232 serial port per network

HOW TO ORDER FireNET GRAPHIX


Each panel and network annunciator is considered a
"Node". Order the package that corresponds with the
number of Nodes in your system.
* Example;
5 FireNET Panels + 1 FireNET
Network Annunciator = 6 Nodes,
order GUS5-8.
* To add one workstation;
order GUS5-8 + GUSR2001

Hochiki America Corporation FireNET Graphix Software Package

FEATURES
Ability to import Loop Explorer configuration file to
FireNET graphix file
Drag and drop from device tree to maps
Real time Graph of device analog values
Connectivity of additional workstations over
network. (Number of additional workstations
depends on license)
FireNET graphix systems available in the following
packages;
1 to 4 node package (GUS1-4)
5 to 8 node package (GUS5-8)
9 to 16 node package (GUS9-16)
17 to 32 node package (GUS17-32)
33+ node package (GUS33+)
System upgrade packages available, call for more
information.
To add additional workstations, use one of the
following part numbers;
1 workstation (GUSR2001)
2 workstations (GUSR2002)
3 workstations (GUSR2003)
4 workstations (GUSR2004)
5 workstations (GUSR2005)
6 workstations (GUSR2006)
7 workstations (GUSR2007)
8 workstations (GUSR2008)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FNP-LED - GRAPHIX LED DISPLAY


STANDARD FEATURES

Available in Red and Charcoal Gray


Up to 504 LEDs can be controlled with FireNET Plus
Panel Only
Available in 3 different size enclosures
LED's comes in 3 different colors: Red, Green, or Yellow
FNP-LED can be easily upgraded onsite with minimal
cost and effort

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage

21- 30VDC

Maximum Current

360mA

Wire Size

12AWG to 22AWG

Communication Method

RS485

Max. Wiring Distance

3900ft. (1200m)

Avalible Dimensions

AM2: 14.50"W x 12.25"H x 3.50"D


AM3: 14.50"W x 18.90"H x 4.25"D

DESCRIPTION
The FNP-LED system uses flexible, optic light guides
to illuminate areas on a floor plan, laid over a high
resolution grid. This unique system dispenses
completely with wiring and enables indicators to be
moved, removed or added onsite without the need for
any wiring. All indicators can be configured to operate
upon any event type and at point, zone or group level
via the powerful and intuitive Loop Explorer
configuartion tool. FNP-LED can be supplied with or
without optional LED's and controls. Optional LED's
indicate Power On, Fire, Trouble and Disablements
and optional controls are for Alarm Silence, Buzzer
Silence, Lamp Test, and Reset. Housed in an
attractive, slimline enclosure to match FireNET Plus
Fire Alarm Panels. High quality, full color floor plans
provide a clear and geographical indication of event
activation, which enables fast identification of the Fire
Alarm source.

AM4: 14.50"W x 24.25"H x 4.25"D


Color

Red or Charcoal

Material

ABS/Steel Enclosure

Max. LED's

AM2: 40 LEDs
AM3: 72 LEDs
AM4: 88 LEDs

Operation Temperature

20F (-6C) to 120F (49C)

Cabinet Lock Type

CAT 30 Key

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

California
State Fire
Marshal
7120-0410:181

3038713

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Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0102

12/2010

CURRENT RATINGS
Standby Current
Red LED Driver Board

Contains 8 LEDs = 13mA

Red LED Expansion Board

Contains 16 LEDs = 13mA

Green LED Expansion Board

Contains 16 LEDs = 13mA

Yellow LED Expansion Board

Contains 16 LEDs = 13mA

Alarm Current
Red LED Driver Board

Contains 8 LEDs = 45mA

Red LED Expansion Board

Contains 16 LEDs = 45mA

Green LED Expansion Board

Contains 16 LEDs = 45mA

Yellow LED Expansion Board

Contains 16 LEDs = 45mA

Hochiki America Corporation FNP-LED Graphix Display

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FN-LCD-N - LCD NETWORK ANNUNCIATOR


STANDARD FEATURES

DESCRIPTION
The FN-LCD-N type LCD network annunciator is
designed to be used with the FireNET analog
addressable system. It allows for remote access,
monitoring & control of the FireNET system throughout
the building.
The FN-LCD-N is a true network annunciator that can
access, monitor & control any or all FireNET panels in
the network. Each FN-LCD-N is completely
independent. The highly intuitive user interface and
320 character LCD display of the FN-LCD-N is exactly
the same as the FireNET panel. In addition to routing
any panel in the network to the FN-LCD-N, every event
category within each panel can also be individually
routed, as well as routing of all remote control functions
(reset, alarm silence, re-sound alarm) from individual
panels. The FN-LCD-N supports the same RS485
expansion port as the FireNET panel, allowing for
FireNET expansion boards and accessories to be
connected to the network annunciator.
The FN-LCD-N also has (4) output relays for fire,
supervisory, trouble & auxiliary. The relays are
programmable (except supervisory).
Security is established by the use of a password or
firefighters enable key. Designed to be aesthetically
pleasing, the FN-LCD-N is available in charcoal grey
or red and can be surface or flush mounted using a
standard trim ring kit.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
UL 864, NFPA 70 & 72:
Signaling Device
S8255 Vol. 2

California
State Fire
Marshal
7120-0410:165

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

UL 864 9th edition Listed


320 character liquid crystal display (8 line x 40
character)
LED indicators for Fire, Supervisory Alarm, PreAlarm, Fire Output Active, Power On, On Test, Panel
Sounder Silenced, Delay Active, More Events, Point
Bypassed, General Trouble, Power Trouble, System
Trouble & NAC Trouble
Dual RS485 ports for primary fire network
RS485 slave bus for expansion - up to 32 FN-4127-IO
boards or up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunciators and
up to17 FN-4127-IO boards
2 built-in RS-232 interfaces for programming via a PC
and serial printer interface
4 on board programmable Form C relays rated at 1
Amp at 30VDC (Fire, Supervisory, Trouble &
Auxiliary)
Same controls as the FireNET fire panel (Reset,
Panel Sounder Silence, Lamp Test, Alarm Silence,
Re-sound Alarm, Fire Drill, Programmable Function,
More Events, More Fire Events, Enter & Exit)
Local piezo sounder for event notification
Supports user codes & firefighter key to enable
access & controls
Powered by FireNET Aux 24VDC or UL fire listed
Aux. 24VDC supply
Available in red or charcoal, and can be surface or
flush mounted (using trim ring)
True network annunciator, any or all panels can be
routed to the FN-LCD-N. In addition, each event
category can be individually routed to the FN-LCD-N
Up to (64) FireNET panels & FN-LCD-N's can be
networked together in any combination
500mA of auxiliary power available rated at 24VDC
Auto-learn feature
Built-in help & alarm information screens
Fire drill function
Each FN-LCD-N is completely independent
The FN-LCD-N can be configured to remote reset,
silence, resound, any or all panels on the network in
any combination

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F0071

06/2009

SPECIFICATIONS
Input DC
Aux. Output DC
Dimensions
Weight
Color
Material
Display
Network
Relay Outputs
PC Port
Printer Port
Expansion Port

24VDC @ 270mA Max. ( + Aux. Power Load)


24VDC @ 500mA
14.5" W x 10" H x 3.3" D
9.4 lbs
Red (optional charcoal)
ABS/steel enclosure
8 line x 40 character LCD (320 characters total)
Dual RS485 ports (64 nodes max.)
(4) Form C 1amp@30VDC
RS232
RS232
RS485 (for optional expansion boards)

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the network annunciator model FN-LCD-N.
The FN-LCD-N shall connect to the FireNET fire alarm control panel (FACP) network. The network annunciator
shall be capable of annunciating on its 320 character display and local buzzer, the condition of any FireNET FACP
or network annunciator on the network. Up to 64 FN-LCD-N network annunciators or FireNET FACP's may be
connected together on the network. The FN-LCD-N shall be UL listed, and have surface or flush mount capability.

WIRING DIAGRAM

Hochiki America Corporation FN-LCD-N

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FN-LCD-S - SERIAL LCD ANNUNCIATOR


STANDARD FEATURES

DESCRIPTION
The FN-LCD-S serial annunciator provides a
convenient and cost effective remote annunciator
solution. Up to 15 FN-LCD-S annunciators can be
connected to the slave RS-485 port of the FireNET
control panel or network annunciator. The FN-LCD-Ss
large 320 character display and navigation buttons are
a complete mimic of the FireNET control panel
display. The use of a common interface allows the
user to easily operate the FN-LCD-S as if he were
operating the FireNET control panel directly.
Security is established by the use of a password or
firefighters enable key. Designed to be aesthetically
pleasing, the FN-LCD-S is available in charcoal grey
or red enclosures. The FN-LCD-S can be surface or
flush mounted without the need for a trim ring.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

UL 864 9th edition Listed


Large 320 character liquid crystal display (8 line
x 40 character) allows viewing of system status
LED indicators for Fire, Supervisory Alarm, PreAlarm, Fire Output Active, AC Power On, On
Test, Panel Sounder Silenced, Delay Active,
More Events, Point Bypassed, General Trouble,
Power Trouble, System Trouble & NAC Trouble
Same controls as the FireNET fire panel (Reset,
Panel Sounder Silence, Lamp Test, Alarm
Silence, Re-sound Alarm, Fire Drill, Programmable Function, More Events, More Fire Events,
Enter & Exit)
Up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunicators may be
connected to a FireNET control panel or network
annunciator
Resides on the FireNET slave RS-485 line
Local piezo sounder for event notification
Supports user codes & firefighter key to enable
access & controls
Powered by FireNET Aux 24VDC or UL fire listed
Aux. 24VDC supply
Available in red or charcoal, and can be surface
or flush mounted
Built-in help & alarm information screens
Fire drill function

SPECIFICATIONS
Current Draw
Standby:
Alarm:
Dimensions
FN-LCD-S
Back Box
Weight

20mA @ 24VDC
110mA @ 24VDC
10.88" W x 8.00" H x 1.38" D
10.38" W x 7.38" H x 1.25" D
3.5 lbs

California
State Fire
Marshal
7120-0410:165

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Color

Red (optional charcoal)

Material
Display

ABS/steel enclosure
8 line x 40 character LCD
(320 characters total)

Network

UL 864, NFPA 70 & 72:


Signaling Device
S8255 Vol. 2

RS485 port
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F0070

09/2007

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the serial remote annunciator model
FN-LCD-S. The FN-LCD-S shall connect to the FireNET fire alarm control panel (FACP) or network
annunciator (FN-LCD-N) RS485 slave bus. The serial remote annunciator shall annunciate on its 320
character display and local buzzer, the condition of its master FireNET FACP. Up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial
annunciators may be connected together on a single RS-485 FireNET slave bus. The FN-LCD-S shall be
UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki FireNET control panel, and have surface or flush mount
capability.

WIRING DIAGRAM

1522RO @

ADDRESS

COMM1

COMM2

+24V

K S
2

ON
1

0V

RESET

RESET W / DOG

FIT JUMPER
FOR END OF LINE
COMM1 COMM2
COMMS
ACTIVE

Reset
Switch

Not Used
Not Used
DIP Switch used to set
the FN-LCD-S address
between 1 -15

RS485 End-of-line jumper . Put


jumper in place when FN-LCD-S
is the last device on the RS485
buss I/O Comm.

7. PR2

COMMS

l +

8. PR3

ADDITIONAL
I/O BOARDS

( +)

NETWORK
IN

l +

24 VDC
(- )
(+)

l +

AUX
24X

NETWORK
OUT

FireNET Control Panel


(section)

Hochiki America Corporation FN-LCD-S

RS-485

l +

(- )

To next
serial
FN-LCDS or
other
RS485
Buss
Device

To AUX 24VDC of control


panel (as shown) or to UL
864/1481 listed AUX
24VDC Power Supply

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FN-DAC - DIGITAL ALARM COMMUNICATOR

STANDARD FEATURES
Contact ID and SIA reporting formats
UL 864 9th Edition listed
Programmable from FireNET control panel or by
using Loop Explorer
Zone or Address (Point) reporting

Remote upload / download and diagnostic tools


Backup and Duplicate reporting
Programmable daily test report interval
Quick installation in FireNET enclosure
DESCRIPTION
The FN-DAC Digital Alarm Communicator reports
Alarm, Trouble, Supervisory and other system events
using PSTN telephone lines. Events are reported to
a compatible central station monitoring receiver. The
communicator may be configured to report by zone or
by address (point). The FN-DAC is installed in the
FireNET enclosure, or may alternately be installed in
the FN-LCD-N network annunciator. The FN-DAC
receives data and power from the FireNET panel, or
power may be provided by a UL listed 24 VDC
regulated power supply. Events from one or more
networked panels may be reported using just one
FN-DAC communicator.
The FN-DAC contains a built-in modem which
allows a remote user to connect to the panel(s)
to view current status, panel event history and
sensor analog values. Panel programming data
may also be copied or sent to one or more network
panels.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

SPECIFICATIONS
Power Requirements

24VDC @ 20mA

Operating Temperature

0-49 C @ 93% RH

Dimensions
FireNET Firmware Required

5.48" x 7.48"
3.8 or higher

Loop Explorer Version Required 6.0 or higher

PRODUCT LISTINGS
UL 864, NFPA 72:
Central Station, Remote
Station & Proprietary
S8255

California
State Fire
7170-0410:170

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F0073

01/2008

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the FN-DAC Digital Alarm Communicator. The
FN-DAC shall connect to the FireNET 4127 fire alarm control panel RS-232 port. The communicator shall be
programmable by using the front panel controls or by using Loop Explorer software. The FN-DAC shall allow the
use of a computer and modem to remotely access the FireNET network to perform remote diagnostics and system
configuration. The FN-DAC shall be programmable to report events by zone or by address, and shall be capable of
reporting using Contact ID or SIA format.

WIRING DIAGRAM

Telephone line
connections

24 VDC
Input Power
To J5 connector
on FireNET panel

Hochiki America Corporation FN-DAC

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-AMS SERIES ADDRESSABLE MANUAL PULL STATIONS


SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage (SLC)
17~41 VDC
Average Current Consumption 600uA (Typical)
Alarm Current
8mA
Ambient Temperature 32F (0 C) ~ 120F (49C)
Maximum Humidity
90% RH, non-condensing
Dimensions
3.4"W x 4.8"H x 2.0"D
Mounting
Single gang or 4" square
electrical box

MODEL DESCRIPTION
DCP-AMS

DCP-AMS-KL

DCP-AMS
DCP-AMS-LP
DCP-AMS-KL
DCP-AMS-KL-LP

Single Action Hex Key Lock


Dual Action Hex Key Lock
Single Action Key Lock
Dual Action Key Lock

DESCRIPTION
The DCP-AMS are the Hochiki America series of
addressable manual pull stations that provide a fast and
practical means of manually initiating a fire alarm signal.
Both single action and dual action manual pull stations
are available. Resetting of the pull station requires either
a Cat 30 key or a 1/8" hex key (depending upon the
model used).

DCP-AMS-LP

DCP-AMS-KL-LP

STANDARD FEATURES

Addressable integrated design


All metal construction
Single and dual action models available
Extremely easy to operate
Bi-colored status LED indicates Standby and
Alarm conditions
Address is programmable in EEPROM
Address can be programmed when installed
Key lock or hex key lock models available
Terminals accept up to 14AWG wire
Surface mount back box available
ADA compliant (except LP models)

An alarm condition is actuated by pulling down on the


handle of the DCP-AMS and DCP-AMS-KL single action
models. On the dual action models DCP-AMS-LP and
DCP-AMS-KL-LP the Lift and Pull cover must be lifted
before pulling down on the pull station handle. Once
the pull station is activated, the handle cannot be put
back into a normal standby condition without using the
key operated reset feature.
The DCP-AMS series is electronically addressable and
includes a bi-colored status LED. The LED blinks green
indicating normal communication with the DCP
compatible SLC loop. When an alarm condition is
actuated by pulling the handle, the LED will latch Red
to indicate the alarm condition.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California State
Fire Marshal
S6512

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

3033215

7150-0410:169
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F0066

07/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
Manual pull stations shall be Hochiki addressable AMS-series single or dual action models, DCP-AMS, DCP-AMSKL, DCP-AMS-LP, or DCP-AMS-KL-LP. Models shall be made of 14 AWG CRS and painted with Red enamel. The
words Fire Alarm shall be in a contrasting color and be embossed text 1/2" tall. The electronics shall be fully
integrated into the manual pull station requiring only connection to the SLC loop of the control panel. Programming of
the manual pull station address must be possible with the manual pull station fully installed.
Manual pull stations shall be Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Listed, CSFM Approved, and be installed within the limits
defined in the Americans With Disabilities Act.

WIRING DIAGRAMS
Hochiki America Corporation
DCP-AMS

OUT TO
NEXT
MODULE

SC-

Addressable Manual Pull Station

Ser. No.

S+

SC-

S+

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-135 Rev 12/05

S6512
NON-CODED ALARM BOX
36CC

UL
Listed
+ S
Hochiki
DCP
- SC
Compatible
Panel
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM EXAMPLE, CONNECTED
TO A COMPATIBLE LISTED CONTROL PANEL

Class B (Style 4)
Hochiki America Corporation
DCP-AMS

Hochiki America Corporation


DCP-AMS

Hochiki America Corporation


DCP-AMS

Addressable Manual Pull Station

Addressable Manual Pull Station

Addressable Manual Pull Station

Ser. No.

Ser. No.

Ser. No.

S+

SC-

S+

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-135 Rev 12/05

+ S
UL
Listed
- SC
Hochiki
DCP
+ S
Compatible
Panel
- SC

SC-

S+

SC-

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-135 Rev 12/05

NON-CODED ALARM BOX


36CC

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-135 Rev 12/05

S6512

S6512

S6512
NON-CODED ALARM BOX
36CC

NON-CODED ALARM BOX


36CC

Class A Return (Style 6)


Class A (Style 7)
Hochiki America Corporation
DCP-AMS

Hochiki America Corporation


DCP-AMS

Addressable Manual Pull Station

Addressable Manual Pull Station

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-135 Rev 12/05

(OUT) S

(OUT) SC

S6512

NON-CODED ALARM BOX


36CC

DCP-SCI

SC-

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

S+

LISTED
SIGNALING DEVICE
ISSUE NO. AH-9774

(IN) SC

Hochiki America Corporation

(IN) S

S5694

DCP-SCI

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

LISTED
SIGNALING DEVICE
ISSUE NO. AH-9774

Hochiki America Corporation

(OUT) S

(OUT) SC

S5694

DCP-SCI

(IN) SC

For Proper Installation, see H A-06-063 Rev 2/02

NON-CODED ALARM BOX


36CC

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-135 Rev 12/05

S6512

LISTED
SIGNALING DEVICE
ISSUE NO. AH-9774

SC-

Hochiki America Corporation

(OUT) S

(OUT) SC

S+

S5694

(IN) SC

(IN) S

For Proper Installation, see H A-06-063 Rev 2/02

Ser. No.

(IN) S

For Proper Installation, see H A-06-063 Rev 2/02

DCP-SCI

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

LISTED
SIGNALING DEVICE
ISSUE NO. AH-9774

Hochiki America Corporation

UL
Listed
Hochiki
DCP
Compatible
Panel - SC

S5694

S
SC

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-063 Rev 2/02

Ser. No.

(IN) S
(IN) SC
(OUT) S

(OUT) SC

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-AMS, DCP-AMS-LP, DCP-AMS-KL AND DCP-AMS-KL-LP

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FN-4127-SLC DUAL SLC LOOP EXPANDER


SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Board Current

2 SLC (Class A or B)

Devices per loop

One expander per FireNET


control panel

Loops per
expander

Adds two SLC loops to a two loop FireNET


control panel
Each SLC loop is capable of 127 sensors/
modules, plus 127 analog sounder bases,
for a potential total of 254 addresses per
loop (127+127 per loop)
FN-4127-SLC can be added at the factory or
installed in the field
Supports Class A and B wiring methods per
NFPA72 Styles 4, 6, and 7 (with isolators)
Fully supervised & power limited SLC loops
Supports Hochikis DCP (Digital
Communication Protocol) loop protocol
Same functionality as built-in SLC loops of
FireNET control panel
One SLC expander (maximum) may be
added per FireNET control panel
Each SLC loop is completely independent
and autonomous
Uses standard wire, no shielded or twisted
pair required on SLC loops

400mA max. each

System Capacity

100mA (+ loop current)

Loop Current

STANDARD FEATURES

24 - 40VDC

127 sensors/modules +
127 analog sounder bases, 254 total

Loop Load
impedance

50 ohms, 1uF, 1mH max.

Size

6.3" L x 4.5" W

DESCRIPTION
The model FN-4127-SLC Dual SLC Loop Expander is
a two loop expander board that increases the
standard FireNET loop capacity from 2 to 4 loops.
The FN-4127-SLC can be added at the factory or
installed in the field, and mounts within the main
control board location as a piggy-back board. By
adding the FN-4127-SLC, the FireNET capacity is
increased from 254+254 to 508+508 analog
addressable points within the overall 800 address/
sub-address limit. The FN-4127-SLC has the same
functionality as the built-in SLC loops. The FN-4127SLC utilizes Hochikis robust DCP loop protocol for
highly reliable and fast alarm reporting without the
need for shielded or twisted pair wiring for the SLC
loops.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S8255
Vol. 1
Sec. 2

UL 864 Category UOJZ CNN:


Signal System Control Unit
Sub-Assembly
NFPA72 compliant

California
State Fire
Marshal
7170-0410:170

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0062

04/2010

FN-4127-NIC NETWORK INTERFACE CARD


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage

24 VDC Nominal

Quiescent Current Consumption

20mA

Cable Length

4,000ft Max.

Cable Type

Belden 9271, Belden 9860

Protocol
Address Setting

32F~120F
90%RH

DESCRIPTION

STANDARD FEATURES

Dipswitch

Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity

RS-485

Allows for the expansion of up to 64 panels on a


FireNET system
Enables information to be transmitted between
control panels
Network protocol designed for tolerance to
interference and data corruption
Each card configured to a unique address
through use of a dipswitch
Transmission distance of up to 4,000 ft.
Uses standard type Belden cable suitable for
RS-485 applications
Simple 2-wire loop connection
Flexible configuration options
Network wide Cause & Effect logic
Fully secure against short or open conditions

The FN-4127-NIC Network Interface Card allows for


the expansion of up to 64 nodes (combination of
FACPs or annuciators) on a single FireNET network
wide system. Using the Loop Explorer configuration
software up to 64 nodes can be programmed to
respond to in a variety ways-independently or system
wide. The flexibility extends the comprehensive
cause and effect programming capability to the entire
network allowing actions to be started from any point.
The network communication protocol has been
designed to be extremely tolerant to interference and
data corruption. The simple 2 wire loop connection
makes for ease during installation.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
PRODUCT LISTINGS

S8255

UL 864 Category
UOJZ CNN:
Signal System Control
Unit Sub-Assembly
NFPA72 compliant

California
State Fire
Marshal

7170-0410:170

The FN-4127-NIC Network interface card shall be


compatible for use with a FireNET 4127 analog
addressable control panel. The NIC shall be
mounted on the inside of the FACP and is
connected used a standard RS-485 type 2 wire
connection. Up to a maximum of 64 network cards
can be installed per one complete networked
system. The network card shall be addressed by
use of a dipswitch.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0063

06/2010

FN-4127-IO 16 CHANNEL INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD


(RS-485 BUS DEVICE)
SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage

24 VDC Nominal

Channels

(16) total per I/O board (each


configurable as input or output)
Up to (32) expansion boards
20mA
3mA max.
100mA max. (*within overall limits)
500mA max. (for banks 1-8 & 9-16)

I/O Comms Bus


Quiescent Current
Current per input
Current per output
*Current per bank of
8 outputs
*Current per I/O board

STANDARD FEATURES

16 channels of input/output points


32 I/O boards per FireNET panel (512 channels of
input/output points)
Each channel configurable as input or output point
Inputs are opto-isolated non-supervised pulldown
type triggered by dry contact from input source
Outputs are open collector transistor pulldown
type (100mA max each) that provide wet voltage
output
Simple 4 wire connection to control panel (2 for
power, 2 for data)
All inputs/outputs can be assigned to global
functions, any event category, and used in network
wide Cause & Effect logic
Can be mounted locally within control panel
enclosure or remotely via FN-ACC accessory
enclosure up to 4000ft from the panel
Each I/O board has a unique address 1-32 (set via
DIP switch) on the I/O Comms Bus
Input/Outputs are for secondary use, not for
primary fire initiation inputs or notification outputs
Two LEDs are provided for communication status

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S8255
Vol. 1
Sec. 2

UL 864 Category UOJZ CNN:


Signal System Control Unit
Sub-Assembly
NFPA72 compliant

California
State Fire
Marshal
7170-0410:170

1A max.

Communications
Max Distance from
panel
Cable Capacity

RS485 two wire


4,000 ft. (depends on method &
wire size used for input power).
12 AWG max.

Indicators

(2) LED's for communication status

Size

7.5" L x 2.4" W

DESCRIPTION
The FireNET FN-4127-IO is a 16 channel Input/Output
board that provides powerful input/output expansion &
addition to the FireNET system allowing up to thirty two I/O
boards to be connected to each FireNET panel within the
FireNET network. Every I/O board connected to any panel
is available to the entire network, which allows for network
wide input/output mapping. Typical uses include graphical
LED map displays/annunciators, tabular LED zone display/
annunciators, input/output logic to & from the fire system
for secondary use (I/O board points cannot be used for
primary fire initiation inputs or notification outputs) such as
access control, burglar, CCTV, intercom, voice, or other 3rd
party systems. Each channel can be configured to produce
a variety of input actions or respond to a variety of output
categories or logic. All channels can trigger, or react from,
network wide cause and effect logic depending on their
configuration. The flexibility of these boards is further
enhanced by the fact that each of the channels is
configurable as either an input or an output. Connection
can be achieved through a simple two wire RS485
communications protocol and two wire power input. I/O
boards can be mounted locally in the control panel or
distributed on a bus up to 4,000ft from the panel when
using the FN-ACC accessory enclosure.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0061

04/2010

FN-CTM CITY TIE MODULE

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Average Current Consumption
Alarm Current
Ambient Temperature
Maximum Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
Mounting

12 ~ 30 VDC
0mA (Standby)
1A for 0.5 seconds

32F (0 C) ~ 120F (49C)


90% RH, non-condensing
4.2"W X 4.7"H X 1.1"D
Approximately 3.0 ounces
4" square electrical box

DESCRIPTION
STANDARD FEATURES

Interfaces Fire Alarm Control Panels to a Local


Energy type City Tie monitoring circuit
Integrates Fire Alarm Control Panel EOL device
into module for supervision of interface wiring
Wide operating voltage
Power limited operation
Transient protection
Terminals accept up to 14 AWG wire
Mounts to a standard 4" electrical back box

The FN-CTM City Tie Module is used to connect a


Fire Alarm Control Panel to a Local Energy type City
Tie Monitoring circuit. The FN-CTM City Tie Module
circuit provides the power necessary to trip the
Master Box Trip Coil when the Fire Alarm Control
Panel goes into alarm.
The City Tie Circuit is capable of providing 1A for 0.5
seconds to operate the Master Box Trip Coil. The
wiring is supervised to the Master Box by placing the
Fire Alarm Control Panel EOL device on the terminals
of the FN-CTM City Tie Module.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
UL 864, NFPA 70 & 72:
Signaling Device
S8255 Vol. 2

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

California
State Fire
Marshal
7170-0410:170
Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0064

01/2008

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the Hochiki America FN-CTM City Tie Module.
The module terminal blocks shall be capable of accepting up to 14 AWG wire. The FN-CTM shall be configured
such that the Fire Alarm Control Panels EOL (end of line) device connects directly with the FN-CTM to ensure
supervision of the interface wiring. The module shall fit into a standard 4" electrical back box. The FN-CTM shall
be Underwriters Laboratories Listed for the intended purpose.

Rear view of FN-CTM City Tie Module


WIRING DIAGRAM
Note: When City Tie wiring leaves
the building, install 26 AWG wire
between the City Tie module and
the Trip Coil. A short length of 24
AWG wire must be used to
interface between the 26 AWG
and the City Tie Module terminal
block. Maximum coil resistance
and wire resistance must not
exceed 30 Ohms.
Ground Wire

Hochiki America Corporation

FN-CTM

City Tie Module


SERIAL NO.XXXXX

Local Energy
City Tie
Trip Coil

City Tie

EOL

S8255

For Proper Installation


see HA-06-137 Rev 5/06

NAC Input
E.O.L. DEVICE

NAC Circuit

U.L. LISTED
E.O.L. DEVICE
FOR FireNET
PART NUMBER
0400-01046
10K OHM 1/4W

Signaling Devices
ISSUE NO. BF-8887

Hochiki FireNET
or
Compatible UL Listed
Fire Alarm Control Panel
NAC Circuit
Wiring Polarity Shown in
Alarm Condition.

All Wiring is Power Limited, Connect only to Power Limited Circuits.


For Use Only With Supervised Circuits.
Hochiki America Corporation FN-CTM City Tie Module

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FN-ACC-R / -C - BATTERY ENCLOSURE

SPECIFICATIONS
Models
Max. Battery Capacity
Max. I/O Board Capacity
Dimension
Colors
Material

FN-ACC-R / FN-ACC-C
2 x 33Ah
6 x FN-4127-IO
17.80"W x 14.85"H x 5.77"D
Red or Charcoal
ABS/steel enclosure

DESCRIPTION
The FN-ACC is designed to provide a method to properly
store backup batteries for the FireNET and FireNET Plus
panels. The enclosure can also be used to mount 16
Channel I/O Boards. The battery enclosure comes in
two colors Red (FN-ACC-R) & Charcoal (FN-ACC-C) and
comes with a keylock.

DIMENSION

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0116

04/2011

ALK-V PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE SENSOR


APPLICATION
The HOCHIKI America ALK-V Photoelectric Smoke
Sensor is particularly suited to detecting optically dense
smoke typical of fires involving materials such as soft
furnishings, plastic, foam or other similar materials which
tend to smolder and produce large visible smoke particles.
Hochiki's unique design allows fast response to flaming
fires as well as smoldering fires while eliminating false
alarms.

OPERATION

STANDARD FEATURES

Shown without base

Low Profile - Only 2.0" high, including base


Simple and reliable device addressing method
Automatic compensation for sensor contamination
Built-in fire test feature
Uses the noise immune Digital Communication
Protocol (DCP), which utilizes interrupts for fast
response to fires
Two built-in power/alarm LED's
Programmble Non-polling LED's
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or
replacement
Compatible with the AIE-EA ionization detector, ALG-V
Photoelectric detector & the ATG-EA heat detector

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Standby Current
Alarm Current
Transmission Method

17-41 VDC
390A
800A
DCP - Digital
Communication Protocol
Maximum Humidity
95% RH Non-Condensing
UL Ambient Installation 32F to 100 F
Temperature Range
(0 C to 37.8 C)
Operating Temperature
14F to 122 F
Range
(-10 C to 50 C)
Sensitivity Range
0.5 - 3.8%/FT@300FPM
0.5 - 2.74%/FT@2000FPM
0.5 - 2.68%/FT@4000FPM
Air Velocity Range
0-4000 fpm
Color & Case Material Bone PC, Black / ABS Blend
Weight
3.4oz (5.1 oz. with 4" base)
Bases
4"
YBN-NSA-4
6"
HSB-NSA-6 & ASB
Hochiki America Corporation
7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

The detection chamber consists of a light emitting diode


(LED) and photodiode arrangement. The chamber is
designed such that light emitted by the LED cannot
normally reach the photo diode. In the event of fire,
particles of smoke enter the chamber and scatter the
light. As the smoke level increases, the scattering effect
increases, causing more light to hit the photodiode. The
chamber contains a unique baffle design which allows
smoke to enter the chamber while preventing external
light from affecting the photodiode. The photodiode input
level is sampled to sense smoke density.
When the smoke density exceeds a preset threshold
the sensor transmits an interrupt to the fire control panel
indicating a fire condition. The fire alarm control panel
can adjust the sensor threshold to compensate for
contamination.
Up to 127 devices are permitted on each loop. A sensor
address can be set by a hand held programming unit.
The sensor mounts to an electronics free base and
incorporates a locking mechanism for secure installation.
The base provides mounting slots, terminals for field wiring
and a third contact for a remote indicator/LED. The sensor
incorporates dual LED's for easy viewing of sensor status.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, photoelectric sensors HOCHIKI
America Model ALK-V. The combination sensor
head and twist lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL listed fire alarm control panel.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3034568

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:173

S1383
Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0076

04/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS, continued


The base shall permit direct interchange with the HOCHIKI America AIE-EA ionization type smoke sensor, ALG-V
Photoelectric type smoke sensor, and the ATG-EA heat sensor.
The sensitivity of the sensor shall be capable of being measured by the control panel.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be optional and can be implemented when required.

BASES
The HOCHIKI America except for ASB both YBN-NSA-4 and the HSB-NSA-6 mounting bases are electronics free and are
a simple rugged design with screw terminals for wiring connections. A common mounting base allows sensor interchange and maintains loop continuity when sensors are removed. A simple anti-tamper head locking system is provided
which is enabled by removing a small plastic tab on the back of the sensor. Once locked, the head can be removed using
a small diameter screw driver.

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS


U.L.
LISTED
COMPATIBILE
CONTROL
PANEL

NOTE: Fire alarm control panel


compatibility is required for DCP
products.
State-of-the-art communications
protocol, DCP, allows system
components (DCP sensors AIE-EA,
ALK-V, ALK-V, ALK-V2 and ATG-EA,
bases and modules), to be used
concurrently in a system's signaling
line circuit.

(+)

(-)

U.L.
LISTED
POWER
LIMITED
SUPPLY

(+)

*
* - OPTIONAL WIRING CONFIGURATIONS FOR REMOTE OUTPUT
(+)

U.L.
LISTED
COMPATIBILE
CONTROL
PANEL

(-)
U.L.
LISTED
POWER
LIMITED
SUPPLY

UL LISTED
COMPATIBLE
CONTROL
PANEL

(+)

NEXT DEVICE

8mA Max.

NUMBER OF ASB BASES PERMITTED

LOOP OUT

# of Bases Maximum Auxiliary 24VDC Power


In Alarm Wire Resistance (Total Auxiliary
Run Length)

NEXT DEVICE

(Aux.)

FIGURE A

(+)

TOP VIEW

8mA MAX.
OUTPUT

NOTE: Class A style 7 wire configuration requires the installation of short circuit isolators (SCI).
DO NOT CONNECT FOR CLASS B (STYLE 4)
LOOP IN

CONNECT FOR CLASS A (STYLE 6 OR 7)

CO
ICA B
ER V.
RE
I AM 7 B
-06 AS
C HIK-08
HO HA

CO
ICA B
ER V.
RE
I AM 7 B
-06 AS
C HIK-08
HO HA

.
RP

.
RP

SC

SC
G

3
TP

3
TP
TS
C

1
TP

DE

TS

1
TP

DE

2
TP

2
TP

AUX POWER

S5

S5

RED

RED

BLACK

1.4 ohms
2.4 ohms
3.0 ohms
3.6 ohms
6.1 ohms
9.1 ohms
12.2 ohms
18.3 ohms

BLACK

FIGURE B

BOTTOM VIEW

Hochiki America Corporation ALK-V

2
C-0 03
21

RED

RED
BLK
BLK

RED

2
C-0 03
21

RED
BLK
BLK

RED
BLACK

127
75
60
50
30
20
15
10

NOTE: SLC maximum wiring resistance is 50 ohms.


Specifications subject to change without notice.

AIE-EA IONIZATION SMOKE SENSOR


APPLICATION
The HOCHIKI America AIE-EA Ionization smoke sensor
has a responsive and highly stable operation that gives
it an extremely wide range of uses. The AIE-EA can be
used in areas where early warning of trouble from superheated or flaming combustibles is expected. The AIEEA is also constructed to be effectively used where outside RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) and other electrical interference is expected to be encountered.

OPERATION
Shown without base

STANDARD FEATURES.
Low Profile - Only 2.22" high, including base
Simple and reliable device addressing method
Automatic compensation for sensor
contamination
Built in fire test feature
Uses the noise immune Digital Communication
Protocol (DCP), which utilizes interrupts for fast
response to fires

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Standby Current
Alarm Current
Transmission Method

17-41 VDC
350A
460A
DCP - Digital
Communication Protocol
Maximum Humidity
95% RH Non Condensing
UL Ambient Installation 32F to 100F
Temperature Range
(0C to 37.8C)
Operating Temperature
14F to 122F
Range
(-10C to 50C)
Radiation Source
Americium 241 (0.98Ci)
Color & Case Material Bone PC / ABS Blend
Weight
4.2oz (5.9 oz. w/ 4" base)
Base
4" YBN-NSA-4
6" HSB-NSA-6

A single radioactive source ionizes two chambers which


causes a small DC current to flow between the electrodes in each chamber. Smoke can freely enter the
outer chamber while the inner chamber is virtually sealed
to smoke. Smoke entering the outer chamber causes a
reduction in the DC current, the imbalance between the
two chambers is proportional to the smoke density. The
two chamber design is utilized to compensate for changes
in atmospheric and environmental conditions. When the
sensed input value exceeds a predetermined threshold,
an interrupt is issued to the control panel indicating a
fire alarm.
The fire alarm control panel can adjust the sensor threshold to compensate for contamination. Up to 127 devices are permitted on each loop. A sensor address can
be set by a hand held programming unit. The sensor
mounts to an electronics free base and incorporates a
locking mechanism for secure installation. The base
provides mounting slots, terminals for field wiring and a
third contact for a remote indicator/LED. The sensor incorporates dual LED's for easy viewing of sensor status.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated
on the plans, dual-chamber, ionization smoke sensor
HOCHIKI America AIE-EA. The combination sensor head
and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a
UL listed fire alarm control panel.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3022559

MEA

S1383
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

NYC Department
of Building
284-91-E Vol. 4

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:148

Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0022

04/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS, continued


The base shall permit direct interchange with the HOCHIKI America ALG-V photoelectric sensor and the
ATG-EA heat sensor.
The sensitivity of the sensor shall be capable of being measured by the control panel.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas indicated on the drawing. The
locking feature shall be optional and can be implemented when required.

BASES
The HOCHIKI America HSB-NSA-6 and the YBN-NSA-4 mounting bases are electronics free and are a
simple rugged design with screw terminals for wiring connections. A common mounting base allows
sensor interchange and maintains loop continuity when sensors are removed. A simple anti-tamper head
locking system is provided which is enabled by removing a small plastic tab on the back of the sensor.
Once locked, the head can be removed using a small diameter screw driver.

HSB-NSA-6 Base

YBN-NSA-4 Base

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS

NOTE: Fire alarm control panel compatibility is required for DCP products.
State-of-the-art communications protocol, DCP, allows system components (DCP sensors AIE-EA,
ALG-V and ATG-EA, bases and modules), to be used concurrently in a system's signal conditioning loop.
Hochiki America Corporation AIE-EA

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ATG-EA HEAT SENSOR


APPLICATION
The HOCHIKI America ATG-EA Sensor provides accurate
temperature measurement data to the fire alarm control
panel. This sensor is particularly suited to environments
where smoke detectors are unsuitable because of the
precense of system or cooking fumes such as in a
kitchen.

OPERATION

STANDARD FEATURES
Low Profile - Only 2.0" high, including base
Simple and reliable device addressing method
Uses the noise immune Digital Communication
Protocol (DCP), which utilizes interrupts for fast
response to fires
Adjustable threshold temperature 135F - 150F
(determined by panel)

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Standby Current
Alarm Current
Transmission Method

17-41 VDC
350A
500A
DCP - Digital
Communication Protocol
Maximum Humidity
95% RH Non-Condensing
UL Ambient Installation 32F to 115 F
Temperature Range
(0 C to 47 C)
Operating Temperature 135F to 150 F
Range
(57.2 C to 65.6 C)
Color & Case Material Bone PC / ABS blend
Weight
3.2oz
(4.9 oz. with 4" base)
Bases
4"
YBN-NSA-4
6"
HSB-NSA-6

The ATG-EA Heat sensor incorporates a highly linear


thermistor circuit, with the thermistor mounted externally.
The specially designed cover protects the thermistor
while allowing maximum air flow. The thermistor circuit
produces a voltage proportional to temperature which is
scaled, and transmitted as a digitally encoded value to
the control panel. When the ambient temperature
exceeds a pre-programmed threshold (fixed
temperature), the sensor transmits an interrupt to the
control panel indicating a fire alarm. The fire alarm control
panel can adjust the sensor threshold for different
Standard's requirements.
Up to 127 devices are permitted on each loop. A sensor
address can be set by a hand-held programming unit.
The sensor mounts to an electronics free base and incorporates a locking mechanism secure installation. The
base provides mounting slots, terminals for field wiring,
and a third contact for a remote indicator/LED. The sensor incorporates dual LED's for easy viewing of sensor
status.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
Heat sensors are installed in accordance with NFPA
(National Fire Protection Association) 72, the UL Listed
Spacing Requirements and the rules and regulations set
forth by the local authorities having

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3022559

MEA

S2966
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

NYC Department
of Building
284-91-E Vol. 4

California
State Fire
Marshal
7270-0410:147
Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0023

03/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS, continued


jurisdiction. Automatic heat sensors shall be Underwriters Laboratories listed.
The base shall permit direct interchange with the HOCHIKI America AIE-EA ionization type smoke sensor, and the
ALG-V photoelectric smoke sensor.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be optional and can be implemented when required.
It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the sensor without generating heat. The test method shall simulate
the effects of heat on the device to insure testing of internal circuitry.

BASES
The HOCHIKI America HSB-NSA-6 and the YBN-NSA-4 mounting bases are electronic free and are a simple rugged
design with screw terminals for wiring connections. A common mounting base allows sensor interchange and maintains loop continuity when sensors are removed. A simple anti-tamper head locking system is provided which is
enabled by removing a small plastic tab on the back of the sensor. Once locked, the head can be removed using a
small diameter screw driver.
(DIAGRAM OF 2 BASES HERE)

HSB-NSA-6 Base

YBN-NSA-4 Base

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS

NOTE: Fire alarm control panel compatibility is required for DCP products.
State-of-the-art communications protocol, DCP, allows system components (DCP sensors AIE-EA,
ALG-V and ATG-EA, bases and modules), to be used concurrently in a system's signal conditioning loop.
Hochiki America Corporation ATG-EA

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ACA-V ANALOG MULTI-CRITERIA SENSOR


APPLICATION
The HOCHIKI America ACA-V Multi-Criteria Smoke Sensor is
particularly suited for detecting smoke produced by a wide
range of combustibles found in various applications.
Temperature monitoring is achieved by a thermistor placed
for optimum sensitivity. Hochiki's unique design allows fast
response to flaming fires as well as smoldering fires while
minimizing false alarms.

OPERATION

Shown without base

STANDARD FEATURES

Low Profile - Only 2.23" high, including base


Simple and reliable device addressing method
Automatic compensation for sensor contamination
Built-in fire test feature
Uses the noise immune Digital Communication Protocol
(DCP), which utilizes interrupts for fast response to fires
Two built-in power/alarm LED's
Programmable Non-polling LED's
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or replacement
Compatible with the analog sensors

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Standby Current
Alarm Current
Transmission Method
Operating Temperature
UL Temperature Range
Storage Temperature
Range
Maximum Humidity
Color & Case Material
Weight
Dimensions
Bases

17-41 VDC
450A
540A
DCP - Digital
Communication Protocol
14F (-10C) - 122F (50C)
135F (57C) - 150F (65C)
-4F (-20C) - 140F (60C)
95% RH Non-Condensing
Ivory
4.2 oz (5.9 oz. with 4" base)
3.9"W x 1.8"H
4"
YBN-NSA-4
6"
HSB-NSA-6
6"
ASB

The ACA-V chamber consists of a light emitting diode (LED)


and photodiode arrangement. The chamber is designed
such that light emitted by the LED cannot normally reach the
photodiode. In the event of fire, particles of smoke enter the
chamber and scatter the light. As the smoke level increases,
the scattering effect increases, causing more light to hit the
photodiode. The chamber contains a unique design which
allows smoke to enter the chamber while preventing external
light from affecting the photodiode. The photodiode input
level is sampled to sense smoke density. When the smoke
density exceeds a preset threshold the sensor transmits an
interrupt to the fire control panel indicating a fire condition.
The fire alarm control panel can adjust the sensor threshold
to compensate for contamination.
The ACA-V Heat portion incorporates a highly linear
thermistor circuit, with the thermistor mounted externally.
The specially designed cover protects the thermistor while
allowing maximum air flow. The thermistor circuit produces
a voltage proportional to temperature which is scaled, and
transmitted as a digitally encoded value to the control panel.
When the ambient temperature exceeds a preprogrammed threshold (fixed temperature), the sensor
transmits an interrupt to the control panel indicating a fire
alarm. The fire alarm control panel can adjust the sensor
threshold for different Standard's requirements.
Up to 127 devices are permitted on each loop. A sensor
address can be set by a hand held programming unit. The
sensor mounts to an electronics free base and incorporates
a locking mechanism for secure installation. The base
provides mounting slots, terminals for field wiring and a third
contact for a remote indicator/LED. The sensor incorporates
dual LED's for easy viewing of sensor status.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
S1383

7272-0410:0182
Continued on back.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0099

04/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Multi-Criteria sensor HOCHIKI America Model ACAV. The combination sensor head and twist lock base shall be UL listed compatible with the UL listed fire alarm control
panel.
The base shall permit direct interchange with the HOCHIKI America ALG-V Photoelectric type smoke sensor, ALK-V/
ALK-V2 Photoelectric type sensor, AIE-EA ionization type smoke sensor, and the ATG-EA heat sensor.
The sensitivity of the sensor shall be capable of being measured by the control panel.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be optional and can be implemented when required.

BASES
The HOCHIKI America YBN-NSA-4 and the HSB-NSA-6 mounting bases are electronics free and are a simple rugged
design with screw terminals for wiring connections. A common mounting base allows sensor interchange and maintains
loop continuity when sensors are removed. A simple anti-tamper head locking system is provided which is enabled by
removing a small plastic tab on the back of the sensor. Once locked, the head can be removed using a small diameter
screw driver.

YBN-NSA-4 Base

HSB-NSA-6 Base

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS

NOTE: Fire alarm control panel compatibility is required for DCP products.
State-of-the-art communications protocol, DCP, allows system components (DCP sensors AIE-EA, ALG-V, ACA-V
ALK-V and ATG-EA, bases and modules), to be used concurrently in a system's SLC (Signaling Line Circuit).
Hochiki America Corporation ACA-V Multi-Criteria Sensor

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ANALOG SENSOR BASES


SPECIFICATIONS
Security Feature
Color & Material
Dimensions
Compatible Detectors

Plastic Tamper-lock
Bone PC / ABS Blend
HSB-NSA-6: 6 inches
YBN-NSA-4: 4 inches
ALG-V, ALK-V, ALK-D, AIE-EA,
ATG-EA, ACA-V

APPLICATION

YBN-NSA-4

The HOCHIKI America YBN-NSA-4 and the HSB-NSA6 mounting bases are electronics free and contain a
simple rugged design with screw terminals for wiring
connections. A common mounting base allows sensor
interchange and maintains loop continuity when sensors are removed. A simple anti-tamper head locking
system is provided which is enabled by removing a small
plastic tab on the back of the sensor. Once locked, the
head can only be removed using a small diameter screw
driver.

OPERATION

HSB-NSA-6

The YBN-NSA-4 and HSB-NSA-6 are designed specifically for use with the Hochiki NS Analog models AIEEA, ALG-V, ALK-V, ALK-D, ATG-EA, and ACA-V.

STANDARD FEATURES

UL & ULC Listed


Designed for use with all NS analog sensors
Available in 4 and 6 inch models
Contains a security locking tab for tamper
protection

PRODUCT LISTINGS

CS463

The YBN-NSA-4 and HSB-NSA-6 common mounting


bases allows for complete compatibility for all of the
Hochiki NS Series Analog sensors. The bases are
lightweight and very thin, providing a low profile once
installed. The solder-less screw terminals enable quick
and easy wiring connections.

California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:132

S1383

MEA

284-91-E Vol. IV

3022559

Continued on back.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0013

07/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The base shall permit direct interchange with the HOCHIKI America AIE-EA Ionization type Smoke Sensor, ALG-V,
ALK-V Photoelectric Smoke Sensor, ALK-D Photoelectric Smoke Sensor for in-duct use, ATG-EA Heat Sensor, and
the ACA-V Multi-criteria Sensor.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be optional and can be implemented when required.

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS

YBN-NSA-4
(+)
UL LISTED
COMPATIBLE
DCP LOOP

(-) 8mA MAX.


OUTPUT

UL LISTED
POWER LIMITED
SUPPLY

(+)

8mA MAX.
OUTPUT

HSB-NSA-6
(+)
UL LISTED
COMPATIBLE
DCP LOOP

UL LISTED
POWER LIMITED
SUPPLY

(-)

(+)

8mA MAX.
OUTPUT

8mA MAX.
OUTPUT

- OPTIONAL WIRING CONFIGURATIONS FOR REMOTE OUTPUT

NOTE: Fire alarm control panel compatibility is required for DCP products.
State-of-the-art communications protocol, DCP, allows system components (DCP sensors AIE-EA,
ALG-V, ALK-V, ALK-D, ACA-V and ATG-EA, bases and modules), to be used concurrently in a system's signaling line circuit.
Hochiki America Corporation Analog Sensor Bases

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ASB - ANALOG SOUNDER BASE


SPECIFICATIONS

Shown with sensor

Shown without sensor

STANDARD FEATURES
Programmable evacuation codes - Continuous,
March, ANSI Temporal patterns

Operating Voltage
SLC Current
Consumption
Auxiliary Supply Voltage
Auxiliary Current
Consumption
Sound Pressure Level
at 10ft.
Max. Quantity Per Loop
UL Ambient Installation
Temperature Range
Operating Temperature
Range
Dimensions (without
sensor)
Weight
Relative Humidity
Compatible Detectors

Base learns the sensor address and assumes an

upper range address (128-254)


Up to 127 sensors and 127 ASBs can be used on
one SLC loop
Can be alarmed or reset by zone or by individual
address
ASB SLC loop wire resistance = 50 ohms Max.
(total SLC wire run length)
High sound pressure level (85dB SPL at 10 feet)

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
S1383

7300-0410:161

17 ~ 41 VDC
110A (Typical)
110A (Alarm)
16 ~ 31 VDC
550A (Typical)
18mA (Alarm)
85dB
127
32F (0C) ~ 100F (38C)
32F (0C) ~ 122F (50C)
1.34H x 5.94D
0.455 lb
93% RH Non-Condensing
ALG-V, ALK-V, AIE-EA, ATG-EA,
ACA-V

DESCRIPTION
The ASB Analog Sounder Base is designed for use
with Hochiki analog sensors ALG-V, ALK-V, ACA-V,
AIE-EA, and ATG-EA. Each addressable base is to
be connected to a Hochiki America Corporation DCP
Signaling Line Circuit (SLC). The ASB provides an
audible alarm in the immediate vicinity. Typical
applications are hotels, apartments, and hospitals.
The ASB has a highly configurable programming
algorithm that allows the user to set up groups of
bases for synchronization of modulation tones. Each
device has 16 states that are programmed with the
desired output pattern to be used (e.g., Temporal or
March) for each state.

3036551

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0056

07/2010

WIRING DIAGRAM
FIRE ALARM
CONTROL
PANEL

NEXT DEVICE

8mA Max.

LOOP OUT

NEXT DEVICE

(Aux.)

FIGURE A

(+)

TOP VIEW

8mA MAX.
OUTPUT

NOTE: Class A style 7 wire configuration requires the installation of short circuit isolators (SCI).
DO NOT CONNECT FOR CLASS B (STYLE 4)
LOOP IN

CONNECT FOR CLASS A (STYLE 6 OR 7)

RP
CO
IC A . B
M ER R EV
I A 67 B
H IK08-0 AS
HOC H A-

P.
C OR
CA B
ERI V.
AM RE
KI -067 AS B
C HI 08
HO H A-

.
SC

SC
G

TP

TP

TP

SC
DET

TP1

C
TS
DE

TP

TP

AUX POWER

S 56

2
C-01 03
2

2
C-01 03
2

RED
RE
D

BLK
BLK

6
S5

RE
D
RE D

BLK
BLK

RED
BLACK

RED

RED

BLACK

BLACK

FIGURE B

BOTTOM VIEW

NUMBER OF BASES PERMITTED


# of Bases Maximum Auxiliary 24VDC Power Wire Resistance
In Alarm
(Total Auxiliary Run Length)
127

1.4 ohm

75
60
50
30
20
15
10

2.4 ohm
3.0 ohm
3.6 ohm
6.1 ohm
9.1 ohm
12.2 ohm
18.3 ohm

NOTE: SLC maximum wiring resistance is 50 ohms.

Hochiki America Corporation ASB

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DH-98 ANALOG DUCT DETECTOR


STANDARD FEATURES
Detects and limits the spread of smoke
throughout building HVAC ducts

Compatible with building automation and fire

alarm systems
Installs quickly and easily
No screens or filters to clean
Rugged gray steel back box with clear cover
Accessories - Remote LED alarm
indication capability (DH-98-AR only)
Meets UL 268A Requirements

APPLICATION
Duct housing with an ALG-DH analog
photoelectric sensor.

SPECIFICATIONS
D uct Detector Model #

DH-98-AR

DH-98-A

ALG-DH

Detector Head model


Detector Head Type

Analog Photoelectric

Communication

DCP Powered Loop

Input Voltage
Standby Current

DCP Powered Loop

DCP Powered Loop/


24V DC

2mA AVG

10mA

8mA

Alarm Current
Alarm Contacts

55mA
2 form C rated at
10A@250V AC

N/A

Control Panel

Sensitivity Test Method


Remote Indication Compatibility
(Refer to DH-98 Accessories)

N/A

Power,Alarm,
Horn/Piezo
Test

Air Velocity

300 to 4000 ft/min.

Ambient Temperature

32F to 100F (0C to 38C)

Humidity

10% to 85% Relative Humidity


(non-condensing)

Housing Material

The DH-98 is designed and built to meet all local


requirements, as well as the NFPA regulations
regarding duct smoke detectors. The DH-98-AR is
provided with output terminals for remote accessories such as a horn, strobe, remote status indicators
and reset key switches or push buttons. Air sampling is accomplished by two tubes which protrude
into the duct. An exhaust tube of one standard
length (7.5") is supplied in the installation kit with
the smoke duct unit. Once the duct width has been
determined the air intake sampling tubes must be
ordered. Sampling tubes are supplied in three
standard lengths 2.5 ft., 5 ft. and 10 ft. and cut to
size to fit the duct.

Grey Paint

Dimensions

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

18 G.A. steel backbox, clear plastic cover

Finish

The HOCHIKI AMERICA DH-98 Analog duct smoke


detector provides early detection of smoke and
products of combustion present in air moving through
HVAC ducts in Commercial, Industrial and Residential
applications. The DH-98 is designed to prevent the
recirculation of smoke in areas by the air handling
systems, fans and blowers. Complete systems may
be shut down in the event of smoke detection. The
HOCHIKI AMERICA DH-98-A and the DH-98-AR
operate on a DCP powered loop (24 VDC source
required for DH-98-AR)

91/8"L x 71/4"W x 21/4"H

Maximum Net Weight

3022559

3lbs.

Sampling Tubes

PRODUCT LISTINGS

2.5ft., 5ft. or 10ft.

MEA

S1383
Specifications subject to change without notice.

NYC Department
of Building
284-91-E Vol. 4

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:149
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Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0036

04/2010

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION,

continued

Mounting the duct smoke unit is accomplished by the use of a template and 4 sheet metal screws, which are
provided. Mounting can be achieved without the removal of the clear cover which is secured by 4 capture
screws.
The compact DH-98-AR contains 2 sets of form "C" contacts rated at 10 amps.
The pilot and alarm visual indicators, provided on the front of the DH-98-AR duct unit, signal the operating
status of the device. A manual test/ reset switch is located along side the visual indicators.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
Air duct smoke detectors shall be HOCHIKI AMERICA DH-98 Series. The detectors shall be listed by Underwriters
Laboratories per UL 268A. The detectors shall operate at air velocities from 300 feet per minute to 4000 feet per
minute.
The duct detector housings shall be of metal construction and complete mechanical installation may be
performed without removal of the detector cover. The duct detector shall not require additional filters or screens
which must be maintained. The housing shall contain a base which will accept an analog photoelectric sensor
head. Terminal connections shall be of the screw type and be a minimum of #6 screw. For installations
requiring relay functions, terminals shall be provided for remote pilot, remote alarm indication, strobe/ horn and
remote key switch. For installation not requiring relay functions, visual indication of alarm and power must be
provided on detector front. A manual reset switch shall be located on the front of the device (DH-98-AR only).
All wiring must comply with local codes and regulations.

WIRING DIAGRAMS

LOOP INTERFACE

The DH-98-A and DH-98-AR


are not self-contained
sensors. This product is
compatible only with fire
alarm control panels that
utilize Hochiki's Digital
Communications Protocol,
DCP. For example the
FireNET Control Panel.

UL LISTED
CONTROL PANEL

S (+)
TO NEXT
SENSOR

SC (-)
FAN SHUT DOWN EXAMPLE

DH-98-AR

OBSERVE POLARITY
INPUT VOLTAGE
24 V.D.C.
10 mA Standby
55mA Alarm

4
-

REMOTE
ALARM
LED
+
5
6
+

REMOTE
PILOT LED

UL LISTED
CONTROL PANEL

FAN

SUPPLY VOLTAGE

ADDRESSABLE
LOOP

LOOP INTERFACE

Note

DH-98-A

ALG-DH ANALOG
SENSOR

8
NC

9
NO

ALARM CONTACTS
10.0A @ 250VAC

11

10
NC

12
NO

ALARM CONTACTS
10.0A @ 250VAC

REMOTE TEST
SWITCH

(Test function only. does not reset.)

S (+)
ANALOG ADDRESSABLE
FIELD LOOP WIRING

SC (-)

TO NEXT SENSOR
OR RETURN
TO CONTROL PANEL

Terminate Remote Accessories as indicated above (if required).


This is not a self-contained stand alone detector.
A U.L. Listed Analog Addressable Fire System is required.

Hochiki America Corporation DH-98 ANALOG DUCT DETECTOR

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DH-98 DUCT DETECTOR REMOTE ACCESSORIES


APPLICATION

SPECIFICATIONS

The DH-98 Duct Detector Remote Accessories are


designed to be used with the DH-98 Conventional
and DH-98 Analog Duct Detectors to provide audible
and visual indication as well as remote test/reset
functions.

Power Requirements
Alarm LED
Pilot LED
Horn
Sound Pressure
Horn
Dimensions
Single Gang

These devices are contructed of brushed stainless


steel and mount on a standard single or double gang
backbox.

Double Gang

ALARM

MS-RA
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP
DH-98-A, DH-98-AR

ALARM

PILOT

TEST/RESET

ALARM

TEST/RESET

ALARM

PILOT

MS-KA/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Key-Operated Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP
DH-98-AR

MS-RA/P
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

ALARM

TEST/RESET

ALARM

PILOT

TEST/RESET

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

15 mA
15 mA
20 mA @ 24 VDC
78 db @ 10 feet
2.75" (69.85mm) W
4.5" (114.3mm) H
4.5" (114.3mm) W
4.5" (114.3mm) H

MS-KA/P/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
Key-Operated Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

MS-RA/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Push-button Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP
DH-98-AR

MS-RA/P/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
Push-button Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

04/2010

MS-RH/KA/P/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm Horn
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
Key-Operated Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

ALARM

PILOT

TEST/RESET

WIRING DIAGRAM
RED
RED
RED
24VDC

ALARM

ALARM

GREEN
24VDC

HORN

PILOT
LED

LED
BLACK

BLACK

ALARM

PILOT

BLACK

KEY OR
24VDC

PUSH BUTTON
"TEST/RESET"
SWITCH

BLACK

TEST/RESET

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
PUSH
KEY
PILOT ALARM BUTTON OPERATED
TEST/
TEST/
LED
LED
RESET
RESET
(GREEN) (RED)

HORN

SINGLE
GANG

DOUBLE
GANG

MODEL #
MS-RA
MS-RA/P
MS-RA/R
MS-RA/P/R
MS-KA/R
MS-KA/P/R
MS-RH/KA/P/R
Hochiki America Corporation DH-98 Duct Detector Remote Accessories

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-SOM SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Auxiliary Supply Voltage
Average Current
Consumption
(On S-SC Line)
Current Consumption on
Auxiliary Power Lines
Maximum Output Current
EOL Device
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
24 VDC
154A (Typical)
161A (Maximum)

Typical 1.15mA
2A @ 24 VDC Power Limited
10K ohms Resistor
127
4.2W x 4.7H x 1.4D
32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)
4 square electrical box
90% RH Non-Condensing

STANDARD FEATURES

UL 864 9th Edition Listed


Flexible application
Quick response to emergency conditions
Operation parameters are maintained by the
module, and individual communication with the
control system during emergency conditions
is not required
Contacts are rated 2.0 Amps @ 24VDC
Programming is highly flexible providing 16
priority states plus zoning capability
Program status:
LED will flash red or green
Programmed device output is turned off, silenced,
PRODUCT LISTINGS

CS943
S5694

MEA

284-91-E Vol. IV

3022559

DESCRIPTION
The Supervised Output Module (DCP-SOM), has been
designed to provide application flexibility and quick
response to emergency conditions. Flexibility is
provided by a wide range of operating modes, including
supporting multi-zone operations, and/or functions, up
to 16 different modulation patterns and multi-state
programming. The operating parameters for the DCPSOM are maintained by the module and do not require
individual communication with the control system
during emergency conditions to operate. The control
panel simply broadcasts system conditions on the
Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) and the DCP-SOMs do
the rest based upon the custom configuration. Each
DCP-SOM provides a Class B Individual Circuit rated
for 2.0 Amps @ 24 VDC. Each DCP-SOM also
requires a 24 Volt power source in addition to the SLC.
Provide software controlled LED indication: blinks
green or red when polled, or can be latched on.

California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0057

03/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable Supervised Output Module (DCPSOM). The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP)
supporting control panel loops. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A
bi-colored LED shall indicate device status.The DCP-SOM shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be
suitable for mounting to a 4" square or double gang electrical back box. The DCP-SOM shall provide a monitor LED
that is visible from outside the cover plate.

Back side of a SOM

NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE CIRCUIT (NAC)


NAC INSTALLATION WIRING SHALL NOT EXCEED
2 OHMS (12-22 AWG.)

E.O.L.
DEVICE
0400-01046

WIRING DIAGRAM
HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.
E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

OUTPUT TO
COMPATIBLE
U.L. LISTED
DEVICES FOR
FIRE
PROTECTION
SIGNALING
SERVICE
Note: SLC circuit is in reference to S, and SC

Hochiki America Corporation

DCP-SOM

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

OUT TO NEXT MODULE

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

OUT TO
NEXT

SC

GND

S
For Dry Indoor Use Only

ALL WIRING SHOWN ON TB1


IS SUPERVISED AND
INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

24+

TB1

TB2

OUT+

MODULE

UL LISTED 1481 24VDC


REGULATED, POWER LIMITED
SUPPLY FOR FIRE PROTECTION
SIGNALING SERVICE FOR
AUDIBLE DEVICES. REFER TO
CONTROL PANEL
MANUFACTURER'S
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-098 Rev 03/10

OUT SUPERVISED OUTPUT


MODULE

ALL WIRING SHOWN ON TB2


IS SUPERVISED AND
INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

WARNING!!!

USE ONLY FPL, FPLR, OR


FPLP WIRING IN ACCORDANCE
WITH ARTICLE 760 OF THE
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE.

Hochiki America Corporation SOM

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-SOM-A/-AI - CLASS A SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)

25.3 ~ 39 VDC

Auxiliary Supply Voltage

24 VDC

Average Current Consumption


SOM-AI - 420A (Typical), SOM-A - 220A (Typical)
(on S-SC Line) Maximum 6mA: Red Alarm LED On
Current Consumption on
Auxiliary Power Lines
Typical 50A
SCI On Resistance
40m ohm Max. (Normal Condition)
SCI Fault Detection Threshold

12 volts (Typical)

SCI Isolation Current


(Short Circuit Condition)

10mA (Typical)

Maximum Quantity Per Loop

127

STANDARD FEATURES

Dimensions

4.2"W x 4.7"H x 1.4"D

Ambient Temperature

32F (0C) ~ 120F (49 C)

Mounting

4" square electrical box

Built-in SCI circuitry (SOM-AI only)


Flexible application
Quick response to emergency conditions
Operation parameters are maintained by the
module, and individual communication with the
control system during emergency conditions
is not required
Contacts are rated 2.0 Amps @ 24VDC
Programming is highly flexible providing 16
priority states plus zoning capability
Programmed device output is turned off, silenced,
or programmed to output the selected pattern
UL 864 Listed

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

California
State Fire
Marshal
3036830
7300-0410:150

Maximum Output Current 2A@24VDC power limited


Relative Humidity

90% RH Non-condensing

DESCRIPTION
The Class A Supervised Output Modules (DCP-SOM-A &
SOM-AI) have been designed to provide application
flexibility and quick response to emergency conditions.
Flexibility is provided by a wide range of operating
modes, including supporting multi-zone operations, and/
or functions, up to 16 different modulation patterns and
multi-state programming. The operating parameters for
the DCP-SOM-A & -AI are maintained by the module
and do not require individual communication with the
control system during emergency conditions to operate.
The control panel simply broadcasts system conditions
on the Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) and the DCP-SOM-A
& -AI modules do the rest based upon the custom
configuration. Each DCP-SOM-A & -AI provides a single
Class B or Class A circuit rated for 2.0 Amps @ 24
VDC. Each DCP-SOM-A & -AI also requires a 24 VDC
power source in addition to the SLC.

Specifications subject to change without notice.


Continued on back.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0091

05/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable Class A Supervised Output Modules
(DCP-SOM-A & -AI). The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the fire alarm control panel. The device
address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall flash to indicate normal
system communication .
The DCP-SOM-A & -AI shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4" square or
double gang electrical back box. The DCP-SOM-A & -AI shall provide a monitor LED that is visible from outside the
cover plate.

Back side of a SOM-AI

Back side of a SOM-A

WIRING DIAGRAM
U.L. LISTED 1481 24VDC
REGULATED, POWER
LIMITED SUPPLY FOR FIRE
PROTECTION SIGNALING
SERVICE FOR AUDIBLE
DEVICES. REFER TO
CONTROL PANEL
MANUFACTURER'S
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.

OUT TO NEXT
INTERFACE MODULE

S+

SC-

Hochiki America Corporation

DCP-SOM-A

TB1

24V +
24V -

HOCHIKI

CLASS A SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE

24V+

SER. NO. 910300001

24V-

IN S+

S+

OUT+

IN SC-

SC-

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

For Dry Indoor Use Only

OUTIN+

For Proper Installation


See HA-06-138 Rev 06/09

CIRCUIT OUT+, OUT-, IN+, IN- SHOWN IS


SUPERVISED AND INHERENTLY POWER
LIMITED. CONNECT POWER LIMITED
SUPPLY TO 24V+ & 24V-.

TB3

INCLASS-B CLASS-A

CLASS-B

CLASS-A

U.L. LISTED SIGNALING DEVICES

!
SELECT CLASS-A WIRING
BY SETTING THIS JUMPER

CLASS-A OUTPUT WIRING

U.L. LISTED 1481 24VDC


REGULATED, POWER
LIMITED SUPPLY FOR FIRE
PROTECTION SIGNALING
SERVICE FOR AUDIBLE
DEVICES. REFER TO
CONTROL PANEL
MANUFACTURER'S
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.

OUT TO NEXT
INTERFACE MODULE

S+

SC-

Hochiki America Corporation

TB1

24V +

DCP-SOM-AI
24V+

24V -

SER. NO. 910300001

IN S+

24VOUT+
For Proper Installation
See HA-06-138 Rev 06/09

S+

IN SC-

SC-

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

OUT S+

OUT-

LEAVE TERMINALS "IN+"


AND "IN-" UNCONNECTED

HOCHIKI

CLASS A SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE

IN+

OUT SCTB3

For Dry Indoor Use Only

INCLASS-B CLASS-A

CIRCUIT OUT+, OUT-, IN+, IN- SHOWN IS


SUPERVISED AND INHERENTLY POWER
LIMITED. CONNECT POWER LIMITED
SUPPLY TO 24V+ & 24V-.

CLASS-B
U.L. LISTED SIGNALING DEVICES

+
-

!
SELECT CLASS-B WIRING
BY SETTING THIS JUMPER

E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

CLASS-B OUTPUT WIRING

Hochiki America Corporation SOM-A & -AI

CLASS-A

E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-SOM-R SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE


S P E C IF IC A T IO N S
S up p ly V o lta g e (S -S C )
A uxiliar y Su p ply V o lt a ge
A ve ra ge C u rr en t
C on s um p tio n
(O n S -S C L in e)

25 . 3 ~ 39 V D C
24 VD C
15 4 A ( Ty p ica l)
M a x im u m : 6m A (R ed A la rm
LE D O n )

C ur re nt C on s um p tio n on
A uxiliar y Po w er L ine s
M a xim u m Ou tpu t C u rre n t
S ole n oid C u r ren t
C on s um p tio n
C om p at ib le S o le n oid s

T yp ica l 1.1 5m A

E OL D e v ic e
S O M -R D im e nsio ns
O pe ra tin g T e m p e ra t u re
M o u n tin g
R ela t ive H u m idit y

STANDARD FEATURES

AS C O : 82 1 0G 2 07
Pa r ke r/ Sk in ne r:
73 2 18 B N 4 U M L VN O C 1 11 C 2
10 K o h m s R e sist o r & 1 N 5 8 17
D io de
4. 2 W x 4 . 7 H x 1 .4 D
32 F (0 C ) ~ 1 2 0F (4 9 C )
4 squ a r e e lect rica l bo x
90 % R H N o n-C on d en sing

DESCRIPTION

UL 864 9th Edition Listed


Flexible Pre-Action application
Quick response to emergency conditions
Operation parameters are maintained by the
module, and individual communication with the
control system during emergency conditions
is not required
Contacts are rated 2.0 Amps @ 24VDC
Programming is highly flexible providing 16
priority states plus zoning capability
Program status:
LED will flash red or green
Programmed device output is turned off, silenced,
or programmed to active continuously
PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

2A @ 2 4 V D C P o w er L im it ed
M a x im u m : 44 3 m A

California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

The Supervised Output Module (DCP-SOM-R) is


designed for Single-Interlock Pre-Action sprinkler
systems. During an alarm condition, the DCP-SOMR output will operate which will trip a solenoid valve,
allowing water to fill the sprinkler system piping.
Water is not discharged until a sprinkler head
operates due to heat from the fire. Pre-Action
systems provide an added level of protection against
inadvertent water discharge and are frequently
employed in water sensitive locations such as archival
vaults, fine art storage rooms, rare book libraries and
computer centers.
The DCP-SOM-R requires 24VDC power from a UL
1481 Listed, Regulated Power-Limited supply. The
24VDC power is supervised by the DCP-SOM-R. An
End-of-Line Device (EOLD) is included for supervision
of the output wiring and solenoid coil. The DCP-SOMR must be addressed from 1 127 prior to installation
on the SLC loop.
The DCP-SOM-R comes equipped with an SOM-R-DS
Disable Key Switch. This switch is used, along with
a FRCME module, to disable the output of the DCPSOM-R for system testing or maintenance. To ensure
proper operation of the DCP-SOM-R, follow all
installation, wiring, and programming instructions.
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F0111

08/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable Supervised Output Module (DCPSOM-R). The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with FireNET 4127 Fire Alarm Control Panel. The device
address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall indicate device
status.The DCP-SOM-R shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4" square or
double gang electrical back box. The DCP-SOM-R shall provide a monitor LED that is visible from outside the cover
plate. DCP-SOM-R is provided with a disable switch (SOM-R-DS), which shall be suitable for mounting to a single
gang electrical back box.

WIRING DIAGRAM

U.L. LISTED 1481 24VDC


REGULATED, POWER
LIMITED SUPPLY FOR FIRE
PROTECTION. REFER TO
CONTROL PANEL
MANUFACTURER'S
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.

ALL WIRING SHOWN ON TB1


IS SUPERVISED AND
INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.


E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-02590

SOLENOID
Hochiki America Corporation

DCP-SOM-R

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

TB2

ALL WIRING SHOWN ON TB2


IS SUPERVISED AND
INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

24+

TB1

SC

GND

S
For Dry Indoor Use Only

BLACK

OUT+

For Proper Installation, see HA-06-230 Rev 03/10

RED

SOM-R

RED

OUT SUPERVISED OUTPUT


MODULE

IN

OUT

IN

OUTPUT TO
COMPATIBLE
U.L. LISTED
SOLENOID
VALVE

OUT

YELLOW
YELLOW

U.L. LISTED
FireNET 4127
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

10KOhms EOL

SOM-R-DS
Disable Key Switch

IN-B

IN-A

SC-

S+

For Dry Indoor Use Only

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

DCP-FRCME-4

Hochiki America Corporation


For Propert Installation, see HA-06-195 Rev 10/08

AH-9755

S5694

NOTE: Only the same size wire


from 12 to 22 AWG may be
connected to terminal block TB1and
TB2 when more than one conductor
is being connected under each
terminal. Maximum of 2 conductor
per terminal.

FRCME

Hochiki America Corporation SOM

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-FRCME-M - FAST RESPONSE CONTACT MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Average Current
Consumption
Programmable Input
EOL Device
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
339A (Typical)
358A (Alarm)
1 Monitoring Inputs
10K Ohms Resistor
127
1.75"W x 2.37"H x 0.5"D
32F (0C) 120F (49C)
2" electrical box
90% RH Non-Condsensing

DESCRIPTION
STANDARD FEATURES
UL 864 9th Edition Listed
Single input contact monitor
Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the

Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)


127 devices can be used per DCP loop
Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open
(NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts
Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop
Accepts up to 14 AWG wire

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150
S5694

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

The Hochiki DCP-FRCME-M Fast Response Contact


Monitoring Modules are designed to be used with pull
stations, water flow switches, and other applications
requiring the monitoring of dry contact devices. The
interrupt driven Digital Communications Protocol (DCP)
combines maximum communication reliability and fast
response to emergency conditions. The DCP-FRCMEM contact monitoring module does not require a separate 24 VDC power source.
Each addressable contact monitoring module is
programmed with its own unique Signaling Line
Circuit (SLC) loop address. The device address is
electrically programmable and stored in onboard
EEPROM. Up to 127 devices can be placed on the
Hochiki DCP SLC loop. The module supervises the wiring
to the contact with an End Of Line (EOL) resistor. It can
be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or
Normally Closed (NC) contacts. If a fault condition
occurs in the wiring, the module sends a trouble status
signal to the fire alarm control panel. When a change of
status (contact changes state) is sensed by the DCPFRCME-M, it sends an interrupt to the control panel
indicating that an alarm has occurred.

The DCP-FRCME-M is a small design and is suitable


for mounting in a single gang box.

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F0113

04/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable contact monitoring modules
Hochiki DCP-FRCME-M. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki Digital Communication
Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in
EEPROM.
The DCP-FRCME-M shall be suitable for mounting to a single gang electrical back box.

WIRING DIAGRAM
OUTPUT TO NEXT INTERFACE
MODULE ON THE SLC LOOP

TYPICAL WIRING FOR N/O CONTACTS IN CLASS B (STYLE B)

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.


E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

ALL CIRCUITS ARE SUPERVISED AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

Hochiki America Corporation FRCME-M

ANY NUMBER OF UL LISTED N/O CONTACT CLOSURE


DEVICES MAY BE USED, SUBJECT TO NFPA AND AHJ
REQUIREMENTS. DO NOT MIX FIRE ALARM AND
SUPERVISORY INITIATING DEVICES ON THE SAME MODULE

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-FRCME-4 - FAST RESPONSE CONTACT MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Average Current
Consumption
Programmable Input
EOL Device
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
550A (Typical)
660A (Alarm)
Monitoring Inputs
10K ohms Resistor
127
4.2W x 4.7H x 1.4D
32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)
4 square electrical box
90% RH Non-Condensing

DESCRIPTION

STANDARD FEATURES
UL 864 9th Edition Listed
Single input contact monitor
Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the

Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)


127 devices can be used per DCP loop
Bi-colored indicating LED provides module status
Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open
(NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts
Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop
Accepts up to 14 AWG wire

PRODUCT LISTINGS

CS943

California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150

S5694

MEA

284-91-E Vol. IV

The Hochiki DCP-FRCME-4 Fast Response Contact


Monitoring Modules are designed to be used with pull
stations, water flow switches, and other applications
requiring the monitoring of dry contact devices. The
interrupt driven Digital Communications Protocol (DCP)
combines maximum communication reliability and fast
response to emergency conditions. The DCP-FRCME4 contact monitoring module does not require a separate 24 VDC power source.
Each addressable contact monitoring module is
programmed with its own unique Signaling Line
Circuit (SLC) loop address. The device address is
electrically programmable and stored in onboard
EEPROM. Up to 127 devices can be placed on the
Hochiki DCP SLC loop. The module supervises the wiring
to the contact with an End Of Line (EOL) resistor. It can
be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or
Normally Closed (NC) contacts. If a fault condition
occurs in the wiring, the module sends a trouble status
signal to the fire alarm control panel. When a change of
status (contact changes state) is sensed by the DCPFRCME-4, it sends an interrupt to the control panel
indicating that an alarm has occurred.
The DCP-FRCME-4 is mounted to a cover plate for a 4"
square or double gang junction box. It contains a visible
bi-colored indicating LED to provide module status.

3022559

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F0002

07/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable contact monitoring modules
Hochiki DCP-FRCME-4. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki Digital Communication
Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in
EEPROM.
The DCP-FRCME-4 shall be supplied with a plastic face plate and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4" square or
double gang electrical back box. The DCP-FRCME-4 shall provide a monitor LED that is visible through the face
plate.

Back side of FRCME-4

TYPICAL WIRING FOR N/O CONTACTS

OUT TO
NEXT
MODULE

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

For Dry Indoor Use Only

1S80

SC

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
CONTROL
PANEL

IN-B

DCP-FRCME-4

IN-A

Hochiki America Corporation

SC-

S5694

S+

For Propert Installation, see HA-06-195 Rev 10/08

ANY NUMBER OF UL LISTED N/O CONTACT CLOSURE


DEVICES MAY BE USED. SUBJECT TO NFPA AND AHJ
REQUIREMENTS. DO NOT MIX FIRE ALARM INITIATING
OR SUPERVISORY ON THE SAME MODULE

E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.


E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

ALL CIRCUIT ARE SUPERVISED AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-FRCME-4

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-FRCME-P - FAST RESPONSE CONTACT MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Average Current
Consumption
Programmable Input
EOL Device
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
550A (Typical)
660A (Alarm)
Monitoring Inputs
10K ohms Resistor
127
3.0W x 1.9H x 0.5D
32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)
Single gang electrical box
90% RH Non-Condensing

DESCRIPTION

STANDARD FEATURES
UL 864 9th Edition Listed
Single input contact monitor
Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the

Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)


127 devices can be used per DCP loop
Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open
(NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts
Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150
S5694

MEA

284-91-E Vol. IV

The Hochiki DCP-FRCME-P Fast Response Contact


Monitoring Modules are designed to be used with pull
stations, water flow switches, and other applications
requiring the monitoring of dry contact devices. The
interrupt driven Digital Communications Protocol (DCP)
combines maximum communication reliability and fast
response to emergency conditions. The DCP-FRCMEP contact monitoring module does not require a separate 24 VDC power source.
Each addressable contact monitoring module is
programmed with its own unique Signaling Line
Circuit (SLC) loop address. The device address is
electrically programmable and stored in onboard
EEPROM. Up to 127 devices can be placed on the
Hochiki DCP SLC loop. The module supervises the wiring
to the contact with an End Of Line (EOL) resistor. It can
be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or
Normally Closed (NC) contacts. If a fault condition
occurs in the wiring, the module sends a trouble status
signal to the fire alarm control panel. When a change of
status (contact changes state) is sensed by the DCPFRCME-P, it sends an interrupt to the control panel
indicating that an alarm has occurred.
The DCP-FRCME-P is small design and is suitable for
mounting in a single gang box.

3022559

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F0123

04/2011

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable contact monitoring modules
Hochiki DCP-FRCME-P. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki Digital Communication
Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in
EEPROM.
The DCP-FRCME-P shall fit inside a single gang electrical back box.

WIRING DIAGRAM

POWER LIMITED

For Dry Indoor Use Only

SER. NO. 910300001

S U.L. LISTED

E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

COMPATIBLE
SC CONTROL
PANEL

Wht

1S80

SC

IN-B

FIRE ALARM EQUIPMENT

TYPICAL WIRING FOR N/O CONTACTS

IN-A

DCP-FRCME-P

Blk

SC (IN)

For Mounting Position/Proper Installation,


see HA-06-195 Rev 02/11

Red

SC (OUT)

S5694

S (OUT)
S (IN)

Hochiki America Corporation

OUT TO
NEXT
MODULE

ANY NUMBER OF UL LISTED N/O CONTACT CLOSURE


DEVICES MAY BE USED . SUBJECT TO NFPA AND AHJ
REQUIREMENTS. DO NOT MIX FIRE ALARM INITIATING
OR SUPERVISORY ON THE SAME MODULE

U.L. LISTED
E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

ALL CIRCUIT ARE SUPERVISED AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-FRCME-P

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-FRCMA/-I - FAST RESPONSE CONTACT MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)

25.3 ~ 39 VDC

Average Current Consumption

630A (Typical)
6.3A (Alarm)

SCI On Resistance
40m ohm Max. (Normal Condition)
SCI Fault Detection Threshold

12 volts (Typical)

SCI Isolation Current


(Short Circuit Condition)

10mA (Typical)

Maximum Quantity Per Loop

127

Dimensions

4.2"W x 4.7"H x 1.4"D

Ambient Temperature
Mounting

Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)

Two different mounting configurations


127 devices can be used per DCP loop
Bi-colored indicating LED provides module status

(Both Models)
Yellow LED indicates a short circuit condition
(FRCMA-I only)
Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open
(NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts in Class B
Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop
Accepts up to 14 AWG wire
UL 864 Listed

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

California
State Fire
Marshal
3036830
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

4" square electrical box

Relative Humidity

STANDARD FEATURES
Single input contact monitor
Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the

32F (0C) ~ 120 F (49C)


90% RH Non-condensing

DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki FRCMA/-I Fast Response Contact Monitoring
Modules are designed to be used with pull stations, water
flow switches, and other applications requiring the monitoring of dry contact alarm initiating devices. The interrupt
driven Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) combines
maximum communication reliability and fast response to
emergency conditions. Two different mounting configurations are provided to meet a wide range of applications.
The FRCMA/-I contact monitoring module does not require
a separate 24 VDC power source.
Each addressable contact monitoring module is
programmed with its own unique Signaling Line Circuit
(SLC) loop address. The device address is electrically
programmable and stored on onboard EEPROM. Up to
127 devices can be placed on the Hochiki DCP SLC loop.
The module supervises the wiring to the contact with an
End Of Line (EOL) resistor in Class B mode. It can be
programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally
Closed (NC) contacts. If a fault condition occurs in the
wiring, the module sends a trouble status signal to the fire
alarm control panel. When a change of status (contact
changes state) is sensed by the FRCMA/-I, it sends an
interrupt to the Fire Alarm Control Panel indicating that an
alarm has occurred. FRCMA-I version has built-in integrated
SCI circuitry. In the event of a short on the S-SC line, the
SCI circuit will activate and its yellow LED indicator will be
turned on steady and the module will report the short circuit
condition to the Fire Control Panel.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F098

05/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable contact monitoring modules Hochiki
DCP-FRCMA/-I. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Fire alarm control panel. The device address
shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM.
The FRCMA/-I shall be supplied with a plastic face plate and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4" square or double
gang electrical back box. The FRCMA/-I shall provide a monitor LED that is visible through the face plate. FRCMA-I
shall provide a SCI LED that is visible through the face plate.

Back side of FRCMA

Back side of FRCMA-I

WIRING DIAGRAM
FRCMA/-I:
WIRING DIAGRAMS FOR CLASS A (STYLE D) WIRING

TB1

NOTE: CLASS A can only monitor N/O contacts

TB2

TB1 AND TB2 SHOWN IS SUPERVISED


AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

FIGURE 2A.

WIRING DIAGRAMS FOR CLASS B (STYLE B) WIRING

TYPICAL WIRING FOR N/O CONTACTS IN CLASS B


E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

TB1

TB2

ANY NUMBER OF UL LISTED N/O CONTACT CLOSURE


DEVICES MAY BE USED . DO NOT MIX FIRE ALARM
INITIATING OR SUPERVISORY ON THE SAME MODULE

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.


E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

FIGURE 2B

TYPICAL WIRING FOR N/C CONTACTS


(N/C AVAILABLE ONLY FOR CLASS B)
TB1

TB2

NOTE: If configured for class B, N/C contacts, this cannot be


an alarm or supervisory.

E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.


E.O.L. DEVICE
PART NUMBER
0400-01046

FIGURE 2C
TB1 AND TB2 SHOWN IS SUPERVISED
AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-FRCMA/A-I

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SCI - SHORT CIRCUIT ISOLATOR


OPERATION
* Class A Configuration Wiring:
The DCP-SCI short circuit isolator should be located
between any devices on the SLC loop. In the event of
a short on the SLC loop, the two adjacent isolators
(closest isolators to the left and right of the shorted
section) will activate and their respective LED indicators will be turned on. All devices between the active
short circuit isolators will lose communication. This
will prevent entire loop failure. Upon removal of the
short condition, the DCP-SCIs will automatically
restore the entire loop to the normal operating state.

STANDARD FEATURES
Can be placed at any location on SLC loop
Checks the line for short circuit at power up. If the

line is normal, the relay will be returned on. If a


line short is detected, the relay remains open
Indication of a single short circuit by a yellow LED

* Class B Configuration Wiring:


The DCP-SCI short circuit isolator should be located
between any devices on the SLC loop. In the event of
a short on SLC loop, an isolator closest to the shorted
section will activate and the LED will be turned on. All
the devices beyond the shorted section will lose
communication. Upon removal of the short condition, the DCP-SCI will automatically restore the entire
loop to the normal operating state.
For the best performance of DCP-SCI short circuit
isolator, use class A configuration.

SPECIFICATIONS
Absolute Max. Applied Voltage S, SC: 41 VDC
Supply Voltage Norminal
S, SC: 33 VDC
Normal Current Consumption
270 A (Typical)
Active Current Consumption
10 mA (Typical)
(Short Circuit Condition)
Dimensions
4.2"W x 4.7"H x 1.4"D
Weight
1.4 oz
Visual Indicator (Yellow Status LED)
- No indication in normal condition.
- On steady in active (short) condition.
Operation Temperature Range
0C (32F)~ 49C (120F) Non-condensing
Allowable Ambient Humidity
90% Non-condensing

WIRING:
Note: All wiring must conform to local codes, ordinances and regulations.
1. Install module wiring in accordance with job drawings and appropriate wiring diagram.
2. Secure the module to an approved electrical box
(supplied by installer).
MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS: 4" SQ Electrical box
or double gang.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

CS943
S5694

MEA

California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150

284-91-E Vol. IV
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F0008

06/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the Hochiki DCP-SCI short circuit isolator. The
modules shall be UL listed compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel
loops. The isolator module must be suitable for mounting in a standard 4" square electrical box or double gang. The
isolator module must provide a yellow LED for indication of status.

Back side of a DCP-SCI

TB1

UL LISTED
COMPATIBLE
CONTROL
PANEL

(IN) S
(IN) SC
(OUT) S

(OUT) SC

LISTED

SI GNA LING DEVICE


ISSUE NO. AH-9774

DCP-SCI

S5694

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

SHORT CIRCUIT ISOLATOR


TB1

(IN) S
(IN) SC

GROUP OF VARIOUS DCP MODULES

(OUT) S

(OUT) SC

GROUP OF VARIOUS DCP SENSORS

OPTIONAL RETURN LINE


(NOT REQUIRED)

(OUT) SC

(IN) S

(IN) SC

(OUT) S

TB1

SHORT CIRCUIT ISOLATOR

++ +

SIGNALING DE VICE
IS SUE NO. AH-9774

DCP-SCI

SE R. NO. XXXXXXXXX

S5694

WIRING DIAGRAM

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

DCP-SCI

SIGNALING DEVICE
ISSUE NO. AH-9774

S5694

LISTED

SHORT CIRCUIT ISOLATOR


TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM EXAMPLE, CONNECTED
TO A COMPATIBLE LISTED CONTROL PANEL

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-SCI

ALL WIRING SHOWN IS SUPERVISED


AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED.
ANY COMBINATION OF MODULES
AND/OR SENSORS MAY BE PLACED
BETWEEN ISOLATORS

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-R2M - DUAL RELAY MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Average Current
Consumption
Contacts
Contact Rating
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Dim ensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
390A (Typical)
400A (Alarm)
2 Independently Controlled Form C
1Amp @ 30VDC or
0.5Amp @ 120 VAC
127
4.2W x 4.7H x 1.4D
32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)
4 square electrical box
90% RH Non-Condensing

DESCRIPTION
STANDARD FEATURES
UL 864 9th Edition Listed
Provides two independently configurable Form C

contacts per address


Contacts are rated 1.0 Amp @ 30 VDC or
0.5 Amp @ 125 VAC
Up to127 devices can be used on each SLC loop
Visible Bi-colored LED is software controlled and
can be programmed to blink red or green when
polled. The LED can be latched on when activated.
Programming is highly flexible providing 16 priority
states plus zoning capability

PRODUCT LISTINGS

CS943
S5694

MEA

284-91-E Vol. IV

3022559
California
State Fire
Marshal
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

The Dual Relay Module (R2M), has been designed to


provide flexibile and quick response to emergency
conditions. The R2M allows independent control of
two form C contacts for a variety of normally open and
normally closed contact applications such as fan
operation, elevator recall, door closure, and auxiliary
notification.
Each R2M module provides independent control of two
Form C contacts while utilizing one SLC (Signaling
Line Circuit) address. The R2M module has a highly
configurable programming algorithm that allows the
user to setup groups of devices (zoning) for simultaneous operation of multiple R2M modules. Each
module has 16 priority states that are programmed.
The operating parameters are maintained by the
module and do not require individual communication
with the control panel during the emergency condition
to operate. The control panel broadcasts the control
command on the SLC loop and the R2M modules do
the rest based on their custom configuration. Since
mechanically latching relays are used within the R2M
module, a separate 24VDC power source is not
required.

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F0058

07/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the Hochiki DCP-R2M addressable relay
module. The modules shall be UL listed compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) supporting
control panel loops. The relay module must provide two Form C dry contacts rated at 1Amp @ 30 VDC or 0.5Amp
@ 125 VAC. The relay module must be suitable for mounting in a standard 4" square electrical box or double gang.
The relay module must provide a bi-colored LED for indication of status.

Back side of a R2M

WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING TO BOTH SETS
OF FORM "C" CONTACTS
MUST BE EITHER POWER
LIMITED OR NON-POWER
LIMITED. DO NOT MIX
POWER LIMITED WIRING
WITH NON-POWER
LIMITED WIRING ON TB2.
ALL WIRING SHOWN ON
TB2 IS NOT SUPERVISED.
CONTACTS ARE SHOWN IN
STANDBY MODE - REFER
TO CONTROL PANEL'S
OPERATION MANUAL FOR
PROPER RELAY OPERATION
AND CONFIGURATION.

CROSS OUT TYPE OF


WIRING NOT USED WITH
A PERMANENT MARK

Hochiki America Corporation

DCP-R2M

S, SC WIRING
POWER LIMITED

OUT TO NEXT MODULE

POWER
LIMITED

SC -

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL
1

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-R2M

NC1

NON
POWER
LIMITED

S +

HOCHIKI

ALL WIRING SHOWN ON TB1


IS SUPERVISED AND
INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED

SET 1

COM1

TB1

NO1

SERIAL NO. XXXXXXXXX

For Dry Indoor


Use Only

S5694

(FORM "C" CONTACTS)


(NON-SUPERVISED)

NO2
CROSS OUT
TYPE NOT
USED

SET 2

COM2

DUAL RELAY MODULE

NC2

NOTE: RELAY CONTACTS MAY HAVE


TRANSFERRED DURING SHIPPING. TO
ENSURE CONTACTS ARE IN CORRECT
"NORMAL" STATE AS INDICATED IN
REFERENCED WIRING DIAGRAM, A
"RESET" COMMAND SHOULD BE
INITIATED FROM THE CONTROL PANEL
PRIOR TO CONNECTION OF CIRCUITS
CONTROLLED BY THE MODULE.
Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-R2ML/-I & DCP-R2MH/-I - DUAL RELAY MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)

25.3 ~ 39 VDC

Average Current Consumption

350A (Typical)
405A (Alarm)

Contacts

2 Independently Controlled Form C

R2ML: 2A @ 30VDC / 0.5A @ 120 VAC


R2MH: 8A @ 30VDC / 4.8A @ 250VAC
SCI On Resistance
40m ohm Max. (Normal Condition)
SCI Fault Detection Threshold

12 volts (Typical)

SCI Isolation Current


(Short Circuit Condition)

10mA (Typical)

Maximum Quantity Per Loop

127

Dimensions
Ambient Temperature

contacts per address


Contacts are rated as follow:
R2ML: 2A @ 30 VDC / 0.5A @ 120 VAC
R2MH: 8A @ 30VDC / 4.8A @ 250 VAC
Up to127 devices can be used on each SLC loop
Visible Bi-colored LED is software controlled and
can be programmed to blink red or green when
polled. The LED can be latched on when activated.
(For All Models)
Yellow LED indicates a short circuit condition
(R2ML-I & R2MH-I only)
Programming is highly flexible providing 16 priority
states plus zoning capability
Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop
UL 864 Listed

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

California
State Fire
Marshal
3036830
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

4" square electrical box

Relative Humidity

Provides two independently configurable Form C

32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)

Mounting

STANDARD FEATURES

4.2"W x 4.7"H x 1.4"D

90% RH Non-condensing

DESCRIPTION
The Dual Relay Modules (R2ML/H Series) have been
designed to provide flexibile and quick response to
emergency conditions. The R2ML/H Series allows
independent control of two form C contacts for a variety of
normally open and normally closed contact applications
such as fan operation, elevator recall, door closure, and
auxiliary notification.
Each R2ML/H Series module provides independent control
of two Form C contacts while utilizing one SLC (Signaling
Line Circuit) address. The R2ML/H Series modules have a
highly configurable programming algorithm that allows the
user to set up groups of devices (zoning) for simultaneous
operation of multiple R2ML/H modules. Each module has
16 priority states that are programmed. The operating
parameters are maintained by the module and do not require
individual communication with the control panel during the
emergency condition to operate. The control panel
broadcasts the control command on the SLC loop and the
R2ML/H Series modules do the rest based on their custom
configuration. Since mechanically latching relays are used
within the R2ML/H Series modules, a separate 24VDC
power source is not required.
Continued on back.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F097

05/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the Hochiki DCP-R2ML/H Series addressable
relay modules. The modules shall be UL listed compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP)
supporting control panel loops. The relay module must provide two Form C dry contacts rated as follows: R2ML - 2A
@ 30 VDC or 0.5A @ 120 VAC and R2MH - 8A @ 30VDC or 4.8A @ 250 VAC. The relay module must be suitable
for mounting in a standard 4" square electrical box. The relay module must provide a bi-colored LED for indication of
status. R2M-LI/-HI shall provide an SCI LED that is visible through the face plate.

Back side of R2ML

Back side of R2ML-I

WIRING DIAGRAM
SCI VERSION

OUTPUT TO NEXT INTERFACE


MODULE IN THE SLC LOOP

Hochiki America Corporation

TB2

DCP-R2MH-I

S, SC WIRING
POWER LIMITED

SET 1

COM1

OUT_SC-

POWER
LIMITED

OUT_S+

NON
POWER
LIMITED

For Proper Installation,


see HA-06-148 01/09

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

NO1

SERIAL NO. XXXXXXXXX

(FORM "C" CONTACTS)


(NON-SUPERVISED)

NO2

IN_ SCIN_S+

NC1

CROSS OUT
TYPE NOT
USED

SET 2

COM2
NC2

B
FIGURE 1.
WIRING DIAGRAM

NON-SCI VERSION

Hochiki America Corporation

TB2

DCP-R2MH

S, SC WIRING
POWER LIMITED

OUTPUT TO NEXT INTERFACE


MODULE IN THE SLC LOOP

SET 1

COM1
POWER
LIMITED

For Proper Installation,


see HA-06-148 01/09

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

NO1

SERIAL NO. XXXXXXXXX

NC1

NON
POWER
LIMITED

S +

(FORM "C" CONTACTS)


(NON-SUPERVISED)

NO2

SC CROSS OUT
TYPE NOT
USED

SET 2

COM2
NC2

FIGURE 2.
WIRING DIAGRAM

Hochiki America Corporation DCP-R2ML/-LI & DCP-R2MH/-HI

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DIMM - DUAL INPUT MONITOR MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Average Current
Consumption
Programmable Inputs
EOL Device
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
600A (Typical)
720A (Alarm)
2 Independent Monitoring Inputs
22K ohms Resistor
127
4.2W x 4.7H x 1.4D
32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)
4 square electrical box
90% RH Non-Condensing

DESCRIPTION
STANDARD FEATURES

UL 864 9th Edition Listed

127 devices can be used per DCP loop

Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop

Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the


Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)
Bi-colored indicating LED provides module status
Dual input contact monitor
Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open
(NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts
Accepts up to 14 AWG wire

The Hochiki Dual Input Monitor Module (DIMM) is designed for use on a UL listed Fire Alarm Control Panel.
It provides two independent contact monitoring circuits while only utilizing one address on the SLC loop.
Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single SLC
loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an
onboard EEPROM. The module can be programmed
to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed
(NC) contact fire alarm and supervisory devices. The
interrupt driven Digital Communication Protocol (DCP)
combines maximum communication reliability and
fast response to emergency conditions. The module
has a single bi-colored LED to indicate device status. It fits into a standard 4" square or double gang
electrical back box.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

California
State Fire
Marshal
3033215
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0003

07/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki DCP-DIMM addressable contact
monitoring modules. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki Digital Communications
Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel loops. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in
EEPROM. The contact module must be suitable for mounting in a standard 4" square electrical box or double gang.
The contact module must provide a bi-colored LED to indicate device status.

Back Side of a DCP-DIMM


WIRING DIAGRAM

E.O.L. DEVICE 22K


PART NUMBER
0400-01000

TYPICAL WIRING FOR N/O CONTACTS ONLY


E.O.L. DEVICE 22K
PART NUMBER
0400-01000

Hochiki America Corporation


TB2

DCP-DIMM

TB1

Input A
S

ANY NUMBER OF UL LISTED N/O CONTACT CLOSURE


DEVICES MAY BE USED, SUBJECT TO NFPA AND AHJ
REQUIREMENTS.

OUT TO NEXT MODULE

Dual Input Monitor Module


SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

U.L. LISTED

SC

COMPATIBLE
FIRE CONTROL
PANEL

Input B

Dual Input Monitor


Module

Hochiki America Corporation DIMM

ALL WIRING SHOWN IS SUPERVISED


AND INHERENTLY POWER LIMITED.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCP-CZM CONVENTIONAL ZONE MODULE


SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage (S-SC)
Auxiliary Supply Voltage
Average Current Consumption
(On S-SC Line)

STANDARD FEATURES

Provides an address point for a zone of up to 25


conventional smoke detectors

Blinks green when polled. Latched on red (controlled


by panel) when activated

Device address can be programmed with a


handheld programmer. Device address- ranges
from 1 to 127

Compatible with Class B and Class A wiring


Auxiliary power source provides power for the zone
of detectors

Compatible with conventional detectors, SLR, SIJ,


SLK, SLV, DCD, DFE and SIH series

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S5694

California
State Fire
Marshal
3033215
7300-0410:150

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

2-Wire Detector Loop Current


Standby Detector Load
From Auxiliary Supply
EOL Device
Max. Quantity Per Loop
Alarm Threshold Level
Wiring Threshold Level
Open Circuit Threshold Level
Max. 2-Wire Conventional
Detector (Loop Resistance)
Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Mounting
Relative Humidity

25.3 ~ 39 VDC
18.8 ~ 27.2 VDC
670A
1mA Max.
60mA Max.
4.7K ohms Resistor
127
<1.5K ohms
>2.5K ohms & <6K ohms
>10K ohms
50 ohms (total wire length)
4.2W x 4.7H x 1.4D
32F (0C) ~ 120F (49C)
4 square electrical box
90% RH Non-Condensing

DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki Conventional Zone Module (DCP-CZM) is
designed for use on an analog addressable Fire Alarm
system. Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single
SLC loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an
onboard EEPROM. The module allows the panel to
interface and monitor two-wire conventional detectors
or pull stations. Each DCP-CZM transmits the status
on one zone of devices (25 maximum per zone) back
to the panel. It supervises the power supply as well
as the entire zone of devices. Status conditions are
reported as normal, open or alarm. All 2-wire smoke
detectors must be UL listed as compatible to be
interfaced with the DCP-CZM. The interrupt driven
Digital Communication Protocol (DCP) combines
maximum communication reliability and fast response
to emergency conditions. The module has a single bicolored LED to indicate device status. It fits into a
standard 4" square or double gang electrical back box.
Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0004

05/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Conventional Zone Module (DCP-CZM). The
modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki America Analog Control Panel Protocol. The device
address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall indicate device status.
The DCP-CZM shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4" square or double gang
electrical back box. The DCP-CZM shall provide a monitor LED that is visible from outside the cover plate.
LIST OF COMPATIBLE DEVICES
Detector Model

Detector
Identifier

Detector Type

Base Model

Max
Base
Indetifier Detectors

SLK-24F

HD-3

Photoelectric

HSB-224

HB-53

25

SIH-24F

HD-3

Ionization

HSB-224

HB-53

25

SLR-24H

HD-3

NS4-224, NS6-224

HB-5

SLR-24V

HD-3

Photoelectric

NS4-224, NS6-224

HB-5

25
25

SLR-835/-835W

HD-3

Photoelectric (8-35V)

18

HD-5

NS4-224, NS6-224
NS4-224W, NS6-224W
NS4-224, NS6-224
NS4-224W, NS6-224W

HB-5

SLR-835H/-835HW

Photoelectric (8-35V)
w/thermal

HB-5

18
18

Photoelectric w/heat

SLR-835B-2/-2W

HD-6

Photoelectric (8-35V) (baseless)

N/A

N/A

SLR-835BH-2/-2W

HD-6

Photoelectric (8-35V)
w/thermal (baseless)

N/A

N/A

18

SIJ-24

HD-3

NS4-224, NS6-224

HB-5

25

DCD-135/-190

HD-3

NS4-224, NS6-224

HB-5

25

DFE-135/-190

N/A

Heat Fixed Temp

HSC-224L

HB-62

25

SLV-24/-24N/-24V

HD-3

Photoelectric

NS4-224, NS6-224
NS4-224W, NS6-224W

HB-5

25

Ionization
Heat Fixed Temp/Rate of Rise

Back side of a CZM


NFPA CLASS A WIRING DIAGRAM

EXPLODED VIEW

3-4: CLASS A
OPTIONAL BRANCH CIRCUIT TO
NEXT INTERFACE MODULE.
MODULE SUPERVISES SUPPLY
VOLTAGE AND DETECTOR LOOP.
S

SC

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE SC
FIRE CONTROL S
PANEL

CLASS A

DCP-CZM

Conventional Zone Module

TB1

IN+
IN-

S
24V-

OUT+

24V+

NOTE: ENSURE JUMPER IS IN CORRECT POSITION


FOR WIRING CONFIGURATION. (POSITION 3-4)

TB2

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

SC

UL LISTED
+
1481 24VDC
REGULATED
POWER SUPPLY,
LISTED FOR FIRE
PROTECTION
WITH BATTERY
BACKUP.

JP2

Hochiki America Corporation

OUT-

MAX. 25 CONVENTIONAL
DETECTORS

For Dry Indoor Use Only


For Proper Installation, see HA-06-101 Rev 03/10

24-

24V+

CONVENTIONAL
ZONE MODULE

NEXT DEVICE

ALL WIRING IS SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED.


EB

DO NOT MIX FIRE ALARM INITIATING AND


SUPERVISORY INITIATING DEVICES ON THE SAME
MODULE.

Note: SLC circuit is in reference to S, and SC

NFPA CLASS B WIRING DIAGRAM

EXPLODED VIEW

1-2: CLASS B

OPTIONAL BRANCH CIRCUIT TO


NEXT INTERFACE MODULE.
MODULE SUPERVISES SUPPLY
VOLTAGE AND DETECTOR LOOP.
S

SC

U.L. LISTED
COMPATIBLE SC
FIRE CONTROL
S
PANEL
UL LISTED
+
1481 24VDC
REGULATED
POWER SUPPLY,
LISTED FOR FIRE
PROTECTION
WITH BATTERY
BACKUP.

CLASS B

DCP-CZM

TB1

TB2

SER. NO. XXXXXXXXX

SC
S

INOUT+

24V+

OUT-

E.O.L. DEVICE 4.7K


PART NUMBER
0400-01820

MAX. 25 CONVENTIONAL
DETECTORS

For Dry Indoor Use Only


For Proper Installation, see HA-06-101 Rev 03/10

24-

24V+

NEXT DEVICE

NOTE: ENSURE JUMPER IS IN CORRECT POSITION


FOR WIRING CONFIGURATION. (POSITION 1-2)

IN+

24V-

JP2

Hochiki America Corporation

Conventional Zone Module

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORP.


E.O.L. DEVICE 4.7K
PART NUMBER
0400-01820

CONVENTIONAL
ZONE MODULE
EB

ALL WIRING IS SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED.


DO NOT MIX FIRE ALARM INITIATING AND
SUPERVISORY INITIATING DEVICES ON THE SAME
MODULE.

Hochiki America Corporation CZM

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Features:
True Multiplex 6 Channel Distributed Audio
Integrated Fire Phone, Area of Rescue
and Fan & Damper Control capability
Modular System - components added as needed
Integrated 2 Channel Digital Message Repeater
Live Microphone Page to any zone
Fast RS-485 Communication Protocol
Fully Supervised
Easy Installation and Operation
Natural Sound Voice Recordings
Built in Alarm and Alert Signals
Up to 4 Minute Message Capacity
Works with 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Panel
Works with Analog/Addressable and
Microprocessor based Fire Alarm Panels.
3 Minute Message Restart on Microphone Key
Made in the USA.

VoiceNET
High Rise Voice
Evacuation System
SYSTEM
RESET

PAGE
ALL-CALL

FAULT
SILENCE

PAGING
CONTROL

277-96-E
6911-1446:103

Description:

LISTED
#S5661

The Hochiki VoiceNET High Rise Evacuation


System operates in conjunction with the Fire Alarm
Control Panel (FACP) in a building to provide
automatic response to life safety emergencies.
The Hochiki VoiceNET includes all necessary
features to provide an effective voice evacuation
system. The Hochiki VoiceNET can be custom
configured to satisfy the needs of any high rise
application.

System Configuration:

Fire department authorities can easily take


command of evacuation or relocation procedures
and emergencies. Building management and fire
brigades can monitor and control emergency
response even before the professionals arrive

Basic System Includes:

The VoiceNET system includes capacity for 6


channels of simultaneous audio. This provides for
evacuation, stay-in-place, or other public address
announcements and automatic messages.

Distributed Panel (FNV-DP)


4 Output Zones (may be configured for 8)
Dual Channel Audio Interface
Dual Channel Amplification
Optional
Integrated Fire Phone
Area-of-Rescue

Fire Fighter Phones or Warden Stations may be


included as required. Area-of-Rescue stations can
reassure handicapped occupants that help is on
the way.

Master Panel (FNV-MP)


Master Mic Control
16 switch control points
Dual Channel DMR
High speed communication loop

Number of distributed panels to be


Determined by building specifications

Maximum System Configuration


Up to 256 Distributed Panels (FNV-DP)
And up to 2028 monitor and control points

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100

Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

714.522.2246

www.hochiki.com

FNV-DP
Distributed Panel

Voice Evacuation
Speaker Circuits
#18 AWG
F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

Hochiki VoiceNET
True-Multiplex
System
Capabilities

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

TB1

TB2

TB1

TB2

TB3

TB3

#22 AWG Twisted Pair


Fire Phone
Fire

FNV-25/50/100

FNV-25/50/100

Fire

Phone

Phone

NetComm Loop:
-Twisted Pair, Category 5
-4,000 Feet between panels
-50,000 Feet Total System Loop
-Data and 6 Audio Channels Simultaneously
-High Speed RS-485 Communications
-Style 4 or Style 7 Field Selectable

FNV-DP
Distributed Panel

Voice Evacuation
Speaker Circuits

Head End Control

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

FNV-MP
Master Panel

F
I
R
E

PAGING
CONTROL

F
I
R
E

TB1

TB2

TB3

TB1

TB2

TB3

Fire Phone
Fire
FNV-25/50/100

FIRE PHONE CONTROL

FNV-25/50/100

Fire

Phone

Phone

Hochiki VoiceNET
High Rise Multiplex
11 Floor Typical Riser Diagram
S

11th Floor

S
P

10th Floor

AR

S
P

CM

9th Floor

FNV-DP

AR

S
P

8th Floor

AR

S
P

7th Floor

AR

S
P

6th Floor

AR

S
P

5th Floor

CM

FNV-DP

S
P

4th Floor

AR

AR

S
P

3rd Floor

AR

S
P

RS 485
DATA LOOP

2nd Floor

AR

S
P

FNV-MP

1st Floor

FNV-DP

S
P

Basement

AR

S
P

Speaker, Speaker/Strobe

Area of Rescue Station

Fire Fighter Phone Jack

AR

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100


Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

Engineering Specifications
Hochiki VoiceNET High Rise
The voice evacuation system shall be Hochiki Series VoiceNET FNV High Rise or approved
equal.
The VoiceNET FNV system shall include one Master Panel and one or more Distributed
Panels. The system shall be microprocessor based, and shall be compatible for use with
contact closures from the Fire Alarm Control Panel, (FACP). The system shall have a highspeed communication bus and have the capacity for 6 channels of audio and data on a single
pair of wires. The field wiring for the communication bus may be configured for either Style "4"
or Style "7" supervision. The system shall have the capacity for Fire Fighters Phone, Area-ofRescue communication and also have the capacity for Fan & Damper control with monitored
feedback. The system shall have a minimum capacity of 2028 monitor and control points.
The Master Panel shall contain an integral microphone, dual channel digital message repeater,
(DMR) and digital tone generator, 120 VAC power supply, and battery charger. The system
shall be modular in design, and shall be expandable such that additional system control points
may be configured. The system shall include integral self-diagnostic routines that shall
continually monitor system status, and shall indicate the precise type of trouble conditions
should they occur in the system. A trouble condition within the system shall cause a trouble
indication to be transmitted to the FACP.
Distributed panels shall provide a minimum of 4 Class "B" speaker circuits, expandable to
sixteen total. Alternately, panel may be configured for 4 Class "A" speaker circuits, up to 8 total.
Panel may be configured for 1 to 8 amplifiers. Panel must provide up to 6 simultaneous audio
channels, up to 8 Fire Phone circuits, up to 4 Area of Refuge circuits and up to two
Control/Monitor loops. Amplifiers will contain their own power supplies, battery chargers and
provide auxiliary power for other components. Speaker circuits shall be supervised for short
and open circuit conditions, and shall be able to withstand transient or continuous short-circuit
conditions without damage to the system.
System may be configured for General Alarm All Call operation, Alarm by Zone or
Floor Above / Floor Below as required. Contact closures shall allow immediate broadcast of an
alarm signal and evacuation message to the appropriate area. Non-Alarm areas may receive
alert tones and messages as required or activated by the FACP.
The alarm signal/evacuation message shall be broadcast until the FACP is reset, or until
emergency personnel interrupt the broadcast with a manual page.
To prevent unauthorized tampering, the voice evacuation system shall disable the microphone
if the microphone is keyed continuously for 3 minutes or more. Systems that do not have this
feature shall not be acceptable.

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications


are provided for information only and no responsibility is assumed
by Hochiki America, Inc. for their use.

Features:
True Multiplex 6 Channel Distributed Audio
Integrated Fire Phone, Area of Rescue
and Fan & Damper Control capability
Modular System - components added as needed
Integrated 2 Channel Digital Message Repeater
Live Microphone Page to any zone
Fast RS-485 Communication Protocol
Fully Supervised
Easy Installation and Operation
Natural Sound Voice Recordings
Built in Alarm and Alert Signals
Up to 4 Minute Message Capacity
Works with 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Panel
Works with Analog/Addressable and
Microprocessor based Fire Alarm Panels.
3 Minute Message Restart on Microphone Key
Made in the USA.

FNV-MP
High Rise Voice Evacuation System
Master Panel
SYSTEM
RESET

PAGE
ALL-CALL

FAULT
SILENCE

PAGING
CONTROL

Description:
The Hochiki FNV High Rise Evacuation System
operates in conjunction with the Fire Alarm Control
Panel (FACP) in a building to provide automatic
response to life safety emergencies.
The Hochiki FNV includes all necessary features
to provide an effective voice evacuation system.
The Hochiki FNV can be custom configured to
satisfy the needs of any high rise application.
Fire department authorities can easily take
command of evacuation or relocation procedures
and emergencies. Building management and fire
brigades can monitor and control emergency
response even before the professionals arrive
The FNV system includes capacity for 6 channels
of simultaneous audio. This provides for
evacuation, stay-in-place, or other public address
announcements and automatic messages.
Fire Fighter Phones or Warden Stations may be
included as required. Area-of-Rescue stations can
reassure handicapped occupants that help is on
the way. Smoke control, stair pressurization, and
HVAC shutdown can be completely automatic,
unless controlled manually by management or fire
authorities.

System Configuration:
Basic System Includes:
Master Panel (FNV-MP)
Master Mic Control
16 Switch Control points
Dual Channel DMR
High Speed communication loop
Optional
Integrated Master Fire Phone
Area-of-Rescue
Fan and Damper system control
Maximum System Configuration
Up to 1000 monitor and control points

LISTED

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100

Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

714.522.2246

www.hochiki.com

FNV MP64/P
Master Panel
Ribbon Cable Connection Detail
MMC

20 Pin Ribbon

1
2
3

J1
TB1

MFP
SLC
2

TB1

TB2

P3

P4

SLC
1

P2

P5

P5

P2

DCC

ASC

34 Pin Ribbon

P1

P2

SLC
4

SLC
3

LED1 LED2 LED3

10 Pin Ribbon

P1

34 Pin Ribbon
34 Pin Ribbon

1 2 3

TB2

TB3

TB4

TB5

P3

SSC

1
2

TB3

M
F
I

PWR-2A

TB1

TB2

I/O
Card
TB1
1 2 3

IOI

Components mounted to
back plate inside of cabinet.
Components mounted on hinged front panel.
Connectors shown are on the back of the
components.

In the Master Panel system components are mounted to a removable back plate. The door and front panel are
removable. This enables field wiring to be installed cleanly.
Connections to the User Interface components ( Switch/LED banks, Mic/System control and Master Fire Phone)
is accomplished with ribbon cables. The front panel mounts separately on a continuous hinge so once installed
the access for system programming is easily accommodated.

NetComm Loop Wiring (Style 4)


RETURN TO MASTER

IN FROM LAST PANEL

OUT TO FIRST DISTRIBUTED PANEL

IN FROM PREVIOUS PANEL

NetCom Bus
(Supervised)
*A - Optional wiring for
Style 7 supervision
1
2
3

P3

1 2 3 4

TB1

P5

TB4

ASC
P5

P4

P1

TB1

TB2

P3

P2

TB6

1 2 3 4

DCC

J1

TB5

1 2 3 4

P2

1
2
3

1 2 3 4

TB3

1 2 3 4

P2

MFP

1 2 3 4

TB2

TB1

TB2

P3

P1

1 2 3 4

TB1

P4

J1

LED1

TB7

DCC
P4

P2

MBR
LED1 LED2 LED3

LED1 LED2 LED3

P1

TB3

TB4

TB5

P1

TB9

P3

TB3

TB4

TB5

DISTRIBUTED PANEL

MASTER PANEL

NetComm Loop Wiring (Style 7)

Redundant Communication Bus

Primary Communication Bus

1
2
3

P3

TB1

P5

TB4

ASC
P4

P5
P1

J1
TB1

TB2

P3

TB5
P2

TB6

1 2 3 4

DCC

1
2
3

1 2 3 4

TB3

1 2 3 4

P2

MFP

1 2 3 4

TB2

1 2 3 4

P2

1 2 3 4

TB1

TB1

TB2

P3

P1

1 2 3 4

P4

J1

LED1

TB7

DCC
P4

P2

MBR
LED1 LED2 LED3

LED1 LED2 LED3

P1

MASTER PANEL

TB3

TB4

TB5

TB9

P3

DISTRIBUTED PANEL

The redundant loop must be run in separate conduit


with minimum spacing from the primary. Check local
code requirements.

P1

TB3

TB4

TB5

Master Panel Configurations:


FNV-MP16
FNV-MP32
FNV-MP48
FNV-MP64
FNV-MP80
FNV-MP96

Master Panel, 16 Switch Control


Master Panel, 32 Switch Control
Master Panel, 48 Switch Control
Master Panel, 64 Switch Control
Master Panel, 80 Switch Control
Master Panel, 96 Switch Control

FNV-MP16/P
FNV-MP32/P
FNV-MP48/P
FNV-MP64/P
FNV-MP80/P
FNV-MP96/P

Master Panel, 16 Switch Control, Master Fire Phone


Master Panel, 32 Switch Control, Master Fire Phone
Master Panel, 48 Switch Control, Master Fire Phone
Master Panel, 64 Switch Control, Master Fire Phone
Master Panel, 80 Switch Control, Master Fire Phone
Master Panel, 96 Switch Control, Master Fire Phone

Panel Options: Cards may be added as job requirements demand


FNV-MFP Master Fire Phone
FNV-SSC Switch Scan Card
added.
FNV-SLC Switch LED Card
FNV-IOI Input Interface Card

Enables system to incorporate 2 way communication.


Included with /P panels.
Included in basic panels, up to 7 additional cards may be
16 Switch LED Bank, up to 8 per FNV-SSC.
One included with basic panel, additional cards give 16 control

Technical Characteristics:
Primary Power: 120 VAC
24 VDC Battery Power
Electrical Ratings:All Circuits @ 24VDC.
Master Panel
DCC
ASC
MFP
SSC
SLC
MMC
IOI

Standby
80 mA
30 mA
10 mA
25 mA
6 mA
45 mA
20 mA

Alarm
80 mA
30 mA
10 mA
25 mA
6 mA
45 mA
20 mA

Communications Bus: RS-485 Standard,


1M Baud data rate, Category 5 cable.
Voltage: 5V peak-to-peak max.
Current: 50mA max.
Impedance: 120 Ohms
(max. imp. between panels)
Frequency: 1.024MHz
Backbox Dim:
Color:

14.5 x 27 x 4 whd
Charcoal Greystandard
Redoptional

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications


are provided for information only and no responsibility is assumed
by Hochiki America, Inc. for their use.

Features:

FNV-DP
High Rise Voice Evacuation System
Distributed Panel

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

TB1

TB2

TB3

TB4

1
2
3

J1
TB1

TB2

1 2 3 4

TB5

P3

1 2 3 4

P2

TB6

DCC

DCC

1 2 3 4

P4

TB7

8 B

AMI

1
MBK

True Multiplex 6 Channel Distributed Audio


Integrated Fire Phone, Area of Rescue
and Fan & Damper Control capability
Modular System - components added as needed
Integrated 2 Channel Digital Message Repeater
Live Microphone Page to any zone
Fast RS-485 Communication Protocol
Fully Supervised
Easy Installation and Operation
Natural Sound Voice Recordings
Built in Alarm and Alert Signals
Up to 4 Minute Message Capacity
Works with 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Panel
Works with Analog/Addressable and
Microprocessor based Fire Alarm Panels.
3 Minute Message Restart on Microphone Key
Made in the USA.

MBR

P1

TB8
4 A

TB1

TB1
1

TB2 11
J1
1 TB3
2
3
4
YEL
5
6
7 GRN
8
RED

MESSAGE
GAIN

Description:

J2
FAULT

1 2 3

NORMAL

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ALARM
P2

MIC
GAIN

MESSAGE
GAIN

FNV-25E

J2
FAULT

1 2 3

NORMAL

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ALARM
P2

MIC
GAIN

FNV-25E

SN1

The Hochiki FNV High Rise Evacuation System


operates in conjunction with the Fire Alarm Control
Panel (FACP) in a building to provide automatic
response to life safety emergencies.

TB2 11
J1
1 TB3
2
3
4
YEL
5
6
7 GRN
8
RED

SN1

S1

S1

The Hochiki FNV includes all necessary features


to provide an effective voice evacuation system.
The Hochiki FNV can be custom configured to
satisfy the needs of any high rise application.

System Configuration:
Fire department authorities can easily take
command of evacuation or relocation procedures
and emergencies. Building management and fire
brigades can monitor and control emergency
response even before the professionals arrive
The FNV system includes capacity for 6 channels
of simultaneous audio. This provides for
evacuation, stay-in-place, or other public address
announcements and automatic messages.
Fire Fighter Phones or Warden Stations may be
included as required. Area-of-Rescue stations can
reassure handicapped occupants that help is on
the way. Smoke control, stair pressurization, and
HVAC shutdown can be completely automatic,
unless controlled manually by management or fire
authorities.

Basic System Includes:


Distributed Panel (FNV-DP)
4 Output Zones (may be configured for 8)
Dual Channel Audio Interface
Dual/Single Channel Amplification
Amplifier Options:
25 / 50 / 100W Dual Channel
25 / 50 / 100 / 200W Single Channel
Optional
Integrated Fire Phone
4 Circuits expandable to 8 or 12
Area-of-Rescue
Fan and Damper system control
Maximum System Configuration

LISTED

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100

Up to 256 Distributed Panels (FNV-DP)

Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

714.522.2246

www.hochiki.com

FNV
Distributed Panel
Connection Detail
Speaker Circuits

10K
EOLR

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

SEE FIG. 2 FOR FPI TO MBR CONNECTION DETAIL


SEE FIG. 3 FOR AMI TO AMPLIFIER CONNECTION DETAIL

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

FPI
P3

1 2 3 4
10K
EOLR

AMI

MBK

1 2 3 4

Fire Phone Circuits

P10

P2

P14

P15
P1

DCC

MBR

TB3

1234

P1

TB8

TB9

TB11

Set EOLR

TB1

TB1
1

TB2 11
J1
1 TB3
2
3
4
5
YEL
6
7 GRN
8
RED

MESSAGE
GAIN

J2
FAULT

1 2 3

NORMAL

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ALARM
P2

MIC
GAIN

1 TB3
2
3
4
5
YEL
6
7 GRN
8
RED

MESSAGE
GAIN

J2
FAULT

1 2 3

NORMAL

P2

MIC
GAIN

10 PIN RIBBON

SN1
S1

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ALARM

FNV-25E

SN1
S1

TB2 11
J1

FNV-25E
10 PIN RIBBON

FPI to MBR Connection

AMI to Amplifier Connection


To left side
Amplifier
To right side
Amplifier

10 PIN RIBBON

10 PIN RIBBONS

TO MBR J7
MBR J7

This side plugs


into MBR, 2nd
slot on right

FPI

Each AMI card provides audio


channels and control to two
amplifier modules or amplifier
banks. Maximum configuration
is 5 AMI cards in each FNV-DP.

This side plugs


into MBR, 1st
slot on right

AMI
Each FNV-DP panel may
have up to 4 FPI cards for
a max. of 16 phone circuits.

(Additional modules would mount in


separate cabinets)

(Additional FPI cards require


an FNV-FPO for circuit termination)

Eight Class B Speaker Lines


E
O
L

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

E
O
L

F
I
R
E

1 2 3 4
TB1

1 2 3 4

TB2

1 2 3 4
TB3

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

Eight Class "B" may


also be configured
as 4 A / B circuits

EOLR

E
O
L

EOLR

EOLR

Standard Life Safety Speakers,


Strobes connected and powered separately

1 2 3 4

TB4

Four Class A Speaker Lines

1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

1 2 3 4

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

TB5

TB6

1 2 3 4

TB7

MBR

Second FNV-MBK card provides


additional speaker circuits
May be configured as several options

EOL

1 2 3 4

TB1
1 2 3 4

TB8

AMI

MBK#1

MBK#2

TB5

1 2 3 4

TB2

1 2 3 4
TB3

EOL

1 2 3 4

TB4

Distributed Panel Configurations:


FNV-DPS25
FNV-DPS50
FNV-DPS100

Distributed Panel, Single Channel, 25W


Distributed Panel, Single Channel, 50W
Distributed Panel, Single Channel, 100W

FNV-DPS25/P
FNV-DPS50/P
FNV-DPS100/P

Distributed Panel, Single Channel, 25W, Fire Phone


Distributed Panel, Single Channel, 50W, Fire Phone
Distributed Panel, Single Channel, 100W, Fire Phone

FNV-DP25
FNV-DP50
FNV-DP100

Distributed Panel, Dual Channel, 25W


Distributed Panel, Dual Channel, 50W
Distributed Panel, Dual Channel, 100W

FNV-DP25/P
FNV-DP50/P
FNV-DP100/P

Distributed Panel, Dual Channel, 25W, Fire Phone


Distributed Panel, Dual Channel, 50W, Fire Phone
Distributed Panel, Dual Channel, 100W, Fire Phone

Panel Options: Cards may be added as job requirements demand


FNV-MBK Motherboard Relay Card

Expands MBR output 8 Class B or 4 Class A speaker circuits

FNV-FPI Fire Phone Interface Card


FNV-FPO Fire Phone Output Card

Included in /P panels, up to 3 additional cards may be added


Used with additional FNV-FPIs for termination

FNV-AMI Audio Module Interface Card

Included with basic panel, additional cards give the ability to control
multiple modules or accommodate full 3 channel operation

Technical Characteristics:
Primary Power: 120 VAC
24 VDC Battery Power
Electrical Ratings: All Circuits @ 24VDC.
Distributed Panel
Standby
55 mA
DCC
10 mA
MBR
10 mA
AMI
13 mA
FPI

Alarm
55 mA
55 mA
10 mA
13 mA

Battery Charging: Maximum charging current from


FNV-25/50 is 800mA. Maximum battery size is 17AHr.
FNV-100 Maximum battery size is 24AHr.

Communications Bus: RS-485 Standard,


1M Baud data rate, Category 5 cable.
Voltage: 5V peak-to-peak max.
Current: 50mA max.
Impedance: 120 Ohms
(max. imp. between panels)
Frequency: 1.024MHz
Backbox Dim:
Color:

14.5 x 27 x 4 whd
Charcoal Greystd Redoptional

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications


are provided for information only and no responsibility is assumed
by Hochiki America, Inc. for their use.

Description:
VoiceNet
Fire Phone Equipment

Fire Phone accessories give the FNV system two


way communication capability.
Fire Phone jacks are mounted on a single gang plate.
Fixed telephone and warden stations are available in
Surface/Semi-Flush mount cabinet with a Thumb
Turn latch

FNV-FJ

Ordering Information:
Model Number
FNV-FJ

Description
Telephone Jack

FNV-FH

Brushed Stainless Steel Single Gang


Plate

FNV-FH

Portable Handset
Color - Red
(6 mount in FNV-TC cabinet)

FNV-TC

Telephone Cabinet
Holds 6 FNV-FH Portable Handset
Cabinet: Charcoal Gray - std. -R Red
(Surface/Semi-Flush Mount / Key Lock
27 x 14-1/2 x 4 h-w-d)

FNV-FS

Fire Phone Station


Coil cord / Thumb Turn Latch
Cabinet: Red
(Surface/Semi-Flush Mount
12-3/4 x 7-1/4 x 3-3/4 h-w-d)

FNV-WS

FNV-TC

(Shown with 6 FNV-FH)

FNV-FS
FNV-WS

Warden Station
Armored cable / Thumb Turn Latch
Cabinet: Red
(Surface/Semi-Flush Mount
12-3/4 x 7-1/4 x 3-3/4 h-w-d)

LISTED

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100

Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

714.522.2246

www.hochiki.com

10K 1/2W
EOLR
Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

10K 1/2W
EOLR
Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

10K 1/2W
EOLR
Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

10K 1/2W
EOLR

All Fire Phone


Circuits use
Twisted Pair
#22 AWG min.

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

10K 1/2W
EOLR

To Additional
Fire Phone Circuits
(not shown)

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

Fire Phone
Handset
Jack

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

TB1

TB2

TB3

1 2 3 4

TB6

1 2 3 4

Fire
Phone
Loops

TB

TB5

1 2 3 4

FPO

1 2

TB7

(Supervised)

MBR

/
10 Pin Ribbon Cable

FPI
Cards plug into slots
available on MBR
First FPI allows 4 Fire Phone
Circuits off of MBR. Adding 2nd
FPI and an FPO allows 4
additional Fire Phone Circuits
(16 circuits max. in any FNV-DP)

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100


Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

Features:
True Multiplex 6 Channel Distributed Audio
Integrated Fire Phone, Area of Rescue
and Fan & Damper Control capability
Modular System - components added as needed
Integrated 2 Channel Digital Message Repeater
Live Microphone Page to any zone
Fast RS-485 Communication Protocol
Fully Supervised
Easy Installation and Operation
Natural Sound Voice Recordings
Built in Alarm and Alert Signals
Up to 4 Minute Message Capacity
Works with 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Panel
Works with Analog/Addressable and
Microprocessor based Fire Alarm Panels.
3 Minute Message Restart on Microphone Key
Made in the USA.

VoiceNET
High Rise Voice
Evacuation System
SYSTEM
RESET

PAGE
ALL-CALL

FAULT
SILENCE

PAGING
CONTROL

277-96-E
6911-1446:103

Description:

LISTED
#S5661

The Hochiki VoiceNET High Rise Evacuation


System operates in conjunction with the Fire Alarm
Control Panel (FACP) in a building to provide
automatic response to life safety emergencies.
The Hochiki VoiceNET includes all necessary
features to provide an effective voice evacuation
system. The Hochiki VoiceNET can be custom
configured to satisfy the needs of any high rise
application.

System Configuration:

Fire department authorities can easily take


command of evacuation or relocation procedures
and emergencies. Building management and fire
brigades can monitor and control emergency
response even before the professionals arrive

Basic System Includes:

The VoiceNET system includes capacity for 6


channels of simultaneous audio. This provides for
evacuation, stay-in-place, or other public address
announcements and automatic messages.

Distributed Panel (FNV-DP)


4 Output Zones (may be configured for 8)
Dual Channel Audio Interface
Dual Channel Amplification
Optional
Integrated Fire Phone
Area-of-Rescue

Fire Fighter Phones or Warden Stations may be


included as required. Area-of-Rescue stations can
reassure handicapped occupants that help is on
the way.

Master Panel (FNV-MP)


Master Mic Control
16 switch control points
Dual Channel DMR
High speed communication loop

Number of distributed panels to be


Determined by building specifications

Maximum System Configuration


Up to 256 Distributed Panels (FNV-DP)
And up to 2028 monitor and control points

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100

Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

714.522.2246

www.hochiki.com

FNV-DP
Distributed Panel

Voice Evacuation
Speaker Circuits
#18 AWG
F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

Hochiki VoiceNET
True-Multiplex
System
Capabilities

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

TB1

TB2

TB1

TB2

TB3

TB3

#22 AWG Twisted Pair


Fire Phone
Fire

FNV-25/50/100

FNV-25/50/100

Fire

Phone

Phone

NetComm Loop:
-Twisted Pair, Category 5
-4,000 Feet between panels
-50,000 Feet Total System Loop
-Data and 6 Audio Channels Simultaneously
-High Speed RS-485 Communications
-Style 4 or Style 7 Field Selectable

FNV-DP
Distributed Panel

Voice Evacuation
Speaker Circuits

Head End Control

F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

FNV-MP
Master Panel

F
I
R
E

PAGING
CONTROL

F
I
R
E

TB1

TB2

TB3

TB1

TB2

TB3

Fire Phone
Fire
FNV-25/50/100

FIRE PHONE CONTROL

FNV-25/50/100

Fire

Phone

Phone

Hochiki VoiceNET
High Rise Multiplex
11 Floor Typical Riser Diagram
S

11th Floor

S
P

10th Floor

AR

S
P

CM

9th Floor

FNV-DP

AR

S
P

8th Floor

AR

S
P

7th Floor

AR

S
P

6th Floor

AR

S
P

5th Floor

CM

FNV-DP

S
P

4th Floor

AR

AR

S
P

3rd Floor

AR

S
P

RS 485
DATA LOOP

2nd Floor

AR

S
P

FNV-MP

1st Floor

FNV-DP

S
P

Basement

AR

S
P

Speaker, Speaker/Strobe

Area of Rescue Station

Fire Fighter Phone Jack

AR

7051 Village Drive, Suite 100


Buena Park, CA 90621-2268

Engineering Specifications
Hochiki VoiceNET High Rise
The voice evacuation system shall be Hochiki Series VoiceNET FNV High Rise or approved
equal.
The VoiceNET FNV system shall include one Master Panel and one or more Distributed
Panels. The system shall be microprocessor based, and shall be compatible for use with
contact closures from the Fire Alarm Control Panel, (FACP). The system shall have a highspeed communication bus and have the capacity for 6 channels of audio and data on a single
pair of wires. The field wiring for the communication bus may be configured for either Style "4"
or Style "7" supervision. The system shall have the capacity for Fire Fighters Phone, Area-ofRescue communication and also have the capacity for Fan & Damper control with monitored
feedback. The system shall have a minimum capacity of 2028 monitor and control points.
The Master Panel shall contain an integral microphone, dual channel digital message repeater,
(DMR) and digital tone generator, 120 VAC power supply, and battery charger. The system
shall be modular in design, and shall be expandable such that additional system control points
may be configured. The system shall include integral self-diagnostic routines that shall
continually monitor system status, and shall indicate the precise type of trouble conditions
should they occur in the system. A trouble condition within the system shall cause a trouble
indication to be transmitted to the FACP.
Distributed panels shall provide a minimum of 4 Class "B" speaker circuits, expandable to
sixteen total. Alternately, panel may be configured for 4 Class "A" speaker circuits, up to 8 total.
Panel may be configured for 1 to 8 amplifiers. Panel must provide up to 6 simultaneous audio
channels, up to 8 Fire Phone circuits, up to 4 Area of Refuge circuits and up to two
Control/Monitor loops. Amplifiers will contain their own power supplies, battery chargers and
provide auxiliary power for other components. Speaker circuits shall be supervised for short
and open circuit conditions, and shall be able to withstand transient or continuous short-circuit
conditions without damage to the system.
System may be configured for General Alarm All Call operation, Alarm by Zone or
Floor Above / Floor Below as required. Contact closures shall allow immediate broadcast of an
alarm signal and evacuation message to the appropriate area. Non-Alarm areas may receive
alert tones and messages as required or activated by the FACP.
The alarm signal/evacuation message shall be broadcast until the FACP is reset, or until
emergency personnel interrupt the broadcast with a manual page.
To prevent unauthorized tampering, the voice evacuation system shall disable the microphone
if the microphone is keyed continuously for 3 minutes or more. Systems that do not have this
feature shall not be acceptable.

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications


are provided for information only and no responsibility is assumed
by Hochiki America, Inc. for their use.

TCH-B100 HAND-HELD PROGRAMMER


APPLICATION
TCH-B100 is designed for use with all analog sensors
and modules.

ADDRESS SETTING:
1. Install sensor onto programmer, ensuring that
sensor protrusions align with programmer grooves.
2. Press the left gray button to switch programmer on.
A battery check message will appear followed by
the device's address (Unprogrammed sensors will
read address 127).

STANDARD FEATURES

3. Set the required address by incrementing the left


and right gray buttons (the display will show three
red flashing dots if the address being programmed
is different from the device's current address).

Compact unit

Over 8000 address settings from one battery.

Easy to use
Provides address setting and reading
Can be used on both sensors and modules
Has the diagnostic ability to display the
analog value

4. When the desired address is present, press the red


button to store that address. The three red dots on
the display will no longer be present.

SPECIFICATIONS
Rated Voltage:

9 VDC

Battery:

9 VDC

Weight:

0.34 lbs

Length:

6 1/4"

Color:

White

PRODUCT PARTS

9 Volt Battery
Remote Programming Cables

Continued on back

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

9/2003

Remote Programming
Jack

Programming Buttons

Display

PROGRAMMING BUTTONS:
LEFT GRAY BUTTON
RIGHT GRAY BUTTON
RED BUTTON

Power on. Automatically reads the addresss of a sensor.


Subsequent operations will advance the device address by ten.
Power off. Advances the device address by one.
Stores the displayed address to the device and is used to read sensor analog
levels.

NOTE: Prior to programming, ensure battery is connected.

Remote Programming Cable


(All Modules except DCP-FRCME-S)
To Remote
Programming Jack
Remote Programming Cable
(DCP-FRCME-S)

TESTING A SENSOR
Note: Ionization sensors require a 30 second stabilization period before analog value reading should be taken.
1. Install the sensor and power up programmer as previously described on page 1
2. Press the Red button. An A will appear on the display followed by the analog value. The
value will be continuously updated for three minutes
3. The ALG photoelectric sensor should have a value displayed of between 56-63. The AIE
ionization sensor should have a value displayed of between 52-73.
Values out of these ranges indicate that the sensor chamber has become contaminated. Refer to technical
bulletin HA-96 for proper servicing instructions or return sensor to factory for servicing.

DISPLAY MESSAGES:
bAt- On upon power up (battery check). Also on when battery is low. Low battery good for up to 3,000
address setting operation.
E0 - Attempting to set an address beyond 127.
E1 - Attempting to program an address with no device connected.
E2 - Can not find device after power up.
E3 - Invalid sensor response.
E4 - Can not find the device program.
E5 - Device read error.
E6 - Fail during Analog value reading
Hochiki America Corporation TCH-B100 Hand-Held Programmer

Specifications subject to change without notice.

TSE-A100 SELF-CONTAINED SMOKE GENERATOR


APPLICATION
The Hochiki America TSE-A100 is one of the most
advanced units of its kind and is the result of extensive
research and development aimed at making the job of
testing detectors a simple and efficient operation .
The TSE-A100 can be used to test all types of smoke
detectors by applying smoke from an internal smoke
source.
Although this is not a calibrated amount of smoke, the
TSE-A100 is an excellent choice for periodic functional
testing of smoke detectors.

OPERATION

STANDARD FEATURES

Tests all types of smoke detectors.


Completely self contained and portable.
Extends from 5.25 feet to 14.1 feet.
Internal Smoke Source.
Non-Toxic Smoke Source.
Unit includes shoulder sling carrying case.
Optional adapter for high velocity conditions.
Exhaust function to clear detector.
Built-in filter to prevent tar residue from adhering to
the surface of the detector.

Preparation
1. Remove the TSE-A100 from its carrying case.
2. Unscrew the combustion chamber from the
bottom of the TSE-A100.
3. Unscrew the punk stick holder retainer from
the combustion chamber.
4. Insert a punk stick into the punk stick holder in
the combustion chamber.
5. Light the punk stick with a flame.
6. Reassemble the combustion chamber.
7. Screw the combustion chamber back into the
bottom of the TSE-A100
8. Extend the telescopic pole of the TSE-A100 to
a length which enables you to reach the
detector you wish to test.
Testing a Detector
Once you have prepared the TSE-A100, follow the steps
in this section to test smoke detectors.

NOTE: Allow 30 to 60 seconds after igniting punk stick


for sufficient smoke generation.

SPECIFICATIONS
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Rated Voltage
Battery
Combustion Material
Weight
Length
Color

3 VDC
2 - "D" Batteries
Punk Stick
(7 mm diameter, 150 mm long)
5 Lbs.
5.25 to 14.1 feet
Brown

PRODUCT PARTS
TSE-A100 Self-Contained Smoke Generator
Punk Stick (Part No. TSE-P100)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

01/2002

OPERATION,

continued

Testing a Detector, continued

Storing the TSE-A100

1. Rotate the combustion chamber so the #2


arrow line sup with the power indicator screw.
The fan powers on and a steady flow of smoke
is released from the tip of the TSE-A100.
2. Raise the extended tip of the TSE-A100 to
within 6-8' of the detector. The detector should
alarm.
If no smoke comes out, check to make sure the
punk stick is ignited, and the power indicator on
the combustion chamber is set to #2.

1. Rotate the combustion chamber to the #1


position to turn the power off.
2. Compress the telescopic pole to its shortest
length.
3. Replace the TSE-A100 in its carry case.
4. Store in a cool, dry place.
5. For extended storage, remove the batteries.

NOTE
1. Use only the filter and combustion material
specified.
2. Check battery capacity before use to assure
efficient operation.
3. Remove batteries before long-period storage.

Telescopic Pole

Power Indicator Screw


Punk Stick Holder Retainer

Combustion Chamber
Punk Stick

Instruction Label

Hochiki America Corporation TSE-A100

Specifications subject to change without notice.

NSRT / NSTT
SMOKE DETECTOR REMOVAL TOOL / TESTER
STANDARD FEATURES
NSRT
Combination removal tool/outer cover removal tool
for AIE, ALG, SIJ, and SLR-24/-835 series sensors/
detectors.
Choose either a Hand held or 15 stainless steel
extension pole with easy grip black handle.
NSTT
NSRT HEAD

NSRT-A100 WITH 15' POLE


(COMPLETE)

Tests Hochiki America SIJ-24 and SLR-24/-835


series smoke detector with a reed switch.
Choose either a Hand held or 15 stainless steel
extension pole with easy grip black handle.
No combustion material needed.
No meter, batteries, or screwdriver required.
Meets outlined requirements in the NFPA72,
Inspection, Testing and Maintenance, Chapter 10.

SPECIFICATIONS
Detector Tester/Removal Tool
Dimensions
NSRT HEAD: 4.0" D x 2.0" H
NSTT HEAD: 4.0" D x 1.5" H
Material
Highly durable PVC
molded plastic
Color
Black - provides visible contrast
Alignment
NSRT HEAD:
One side for arrow labels for
easy visibility, one side for
removal from base.
NSTT HEAD:
One side for sensitivity testing.
NSTT HEAD

Extension Pole
Dimensions
Material
NSTT-A100 WITH 15' POLE
(COMPLETE)

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Pole extends to 15'


Stainless steel with easy grip
black handle

Specifications subject to change without notice.


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02/2005

APPLICATION
NSRT-A100
The Hochiki America NSRT-A100 will enable the user to easily remove and replace the ALG, AIE, SLR, and SIJ series
sensors/ detectors from their mounting bases. Also, the NSRT-A100 is designed to remove the outer covers of the
ALG, AIE and SLR series sensors/detectors
NSTT-A100
The SIJ-24 and SLR-24/-835 series detectors, manufactured with magnetically activated dual reed switches for sensitivity
testing, can be sensitivity tested with the NSTT-A100. This meets the requirements of a UL listed calibrated test
without the use of combustion materials.
The NSTT-A100 is in compliance with the test requirements outlined in the NFPA 72 Inspection, Testing and Maintenance,
Chapter 10.

Hochiki America Corporation NSRT & NSTT

Specifications subject to change without notice.

X187, S187 Programming Cable


FN-V187 VoiceNET Serial Interface Cable
FN-P187 Printer Interface Cable

X187 Programming Cable

S187 Programming Cable

FN-P187 Printer Interface Cable

FN-V187 VoiceNET Serial Interface Cable

APPLICATION
X187 and S187 are used to program the FireNET family
of panels.

SPECIFICATIONS
X187/S187:

10 feet (3 meters)

Left Connector:

10 Pin Serial (Female)

Right Connector:
FN-V187 VoiceNET Serial Interface Cable is used to
interconnect a FireNET Panel with a VoiceNET Master
Panel.

FireNET Family Programming

Cable Length:
FN-P187 Printer Interface cable is used to connect a
serial printer to the FireNET family of panels.

Cable Type:

9 Pin - DB9 (Female)

X187:

Non-Jacketed Version

S187:

Jacketed Version

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Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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02/2010

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

FN-V187:

FN-P187:

Cable Type:

VoiceNET Integration Cable

Cable Type:

FireNET/FireNET Plus Printer Cable

Cable Length:

10 feet (3 meters)

Cable Length:

10 feet (3 meters)

Left Connector:

10 Pin Serial (Female)

Left Connector: 10 Pin Serial (Female)

Right Connector:

2 Wire Pin (male)

Right Connector: 25 Pin Serial (male)

WIRING DIAGRAMS:
PROGRAMMING INTERFACE:

FNV-MP INTERFACE: (REFER TO FIRENET MANUAL V 1.86 OR HIGHER)


PRINTER INTERFACE:

Hochiki America Corporation Serial Cables

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HCA-2, HCA-4, HCA-8


CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
STANDARD FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

The HCA series is available in a 2, 4, or 8 zone


conventional panel design which is in accordance with
UL 864 9th Edition Listing Detection and Fire Alarm
Systems Control and Indicating Equipment.

The HCA series are fully programmable using simple


front panel menu options. HCA supports releasing of
agent on the HCA-4 and HCA-8 models only. This
conventional control panel offers programing features
to the user. The panel is a single board construction,
which is installer friendly. The panel is compatible
with a wide range of Hochiki America's detection
devices.

UL864 9th Edition / NFPA Compliant


Fully programmable using simple menu options
Simple, single board construction
Installer friendly
Built-in two-line (16 Characters for each line) LCD
display provides easy to read information
15 Key control buttons for easy programming, reset
and silencing.
Real time clock
Event History log (256 events) with Date/Time stamp,
which can be viewed from LCD display
Compatible with wide range of detection devices
4 Programmable Supervised NAC outputs
6.5 Amp power supply
Switchable 120/240VAC 50/60 Hz Power supply
5 Programmable output patterns for NAC circuits
Gentex Sync Protocol Built-in
Supports Releasing of Agents on HCA-4 & HCA-8
models
Three programmable general purpose relays
Dedicated alarm and trouble relays
Built-in walk test feature
Panel Dimension: 14.57" (W) x 15.47" (H) x 4.41" (D)
Supports up to two 12V, 18Ah Backup batteries
Supports one Remote Annunciator via RS-485

PRODUCT LISTINGS

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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04/2011

SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage
Power Supply DC Rating
Number of Zones
NAC Outputs
Relay Outputs
Display
Charger Current
Battery
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Color
Dimension
Weight

120VAC (50hz/60hz) or 240VAC (50hz/60hz)


24V @ 6.5 Amps (HCA-4/8) 24V @ 4.5 (HCA-2)
HCA-2 (2 Zones), HCA-4 (4 Zones), HCA-8 (8 Zones)
(4) 2.5 Amp @ 24VDC Special Application, Class B
(5) 3 Amps @ 30VDC, 3A @ 240VAC
2 line x 16 character LCD
0.98A @ 22VDC max.
2 x 12VDC, 18AH max.
32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C)
95% RH Non-Condensing
Red
14.57"W X 15.47"H X 4.41"D (370mm X 393mm X 112mm)
22 lbs. (10Kg)

HOCHIKI AMERICA COMPATIBLE DEVICES


MODEL

DESCRIPTION
DETECTORS

MAX. # PER ZONE

SLV-24V
SLV-24N
SLR-24H
DSC-EA
DCD-135
DCD-190

Photoelectric high velocity smoke detector


Photoelectric high velocity smoke detector
Combined Photoelectric smoke / Heat detector
Rate of rise heat detector
135 Fixed temperature rate of rise heat detector
190 Fixed temperature rate of rise heat detector

20
20
20
20
20
20

NS6-224
NS4-224
NS6-100
NS4-100

6" base, 43mA draw, 24V


4" base, 43mA draw, 24V
6" base, 150mA draw, 24V
4" base, 150mA draw, 24V

HPS-SAK/HPS-DAH
HPS-SAH/HPS-DAK

Conventional Manual Pull Station


Conventional Manual Pull Station

BASES
20
20
20
20

PULL STATION
25

RELEASING ACCESORY
0400-02590
HCA-RC
3001000
131-035

Releasing EOL Module


HCA Releasing Card
Abort Switch (Potter)
Electrical Actuator (Sea-fire)

Hochiki America Corporation HCA Series CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

1
1
1
1

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HCV-2, HCV-4, HCV-8


CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
STANDARD FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

The HCV series is available in a 2, 4, 8 Zone


conventional panel design which is in accordance
with BS EN54-2 and BS EN54-4 Detection and Fire
Alarm Systems Control and Indicating Equipment.

Fully compliant with & tested to BS EN54-2 and


BS EN54-4
2-wire Annunciator
Fully programmable using simple menu options
Simple, single board construction
Installer friendly
Compatible with wide range of detection devices
Two monitored NAC outputs
3 Amp power supply
Auxiliary power output
Adjustable sounder delay time
NAC configuration options
Zonal NAC delay detectors only
Zonal NAC delay call points only
Coincidence input selection
I.S. Barrier selection by zone
Short circuit fire by zone
Non latching zones
Silent zones
Zone input delay

The HCV series has an integrated Power Supply and


Battery charging circuit. The control panel has
Voltage Free Contacts for Fire and Local Fire which
operate upon a fire condition. These are used for
local control and signaling. In accordance with BS
EN54-4.
The HCV series are fully programmable using simple
menu options. The Panel is a single board
construction, which is installer friendly. Compatible
with a wide range of detection devices. Remote
control input terminals for Silence Alarm, Sound
Alarm, Trouble and Reset.

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Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F0094

04/2010

SPECIFICATIONS
Supply Voltage
Power Supply DC Rating
Mains Supply Fuse
Dimensions
Weight
Color
Material
Max. Battery Size
Fault Contact Rating
Local Fire Contact Rating
Fire Contact Rating
NAC Output Rating
Detection Zone Current
Detection Zone
End of line resistor
Sounder Output
Stand by Current
Alarm Current
End of line resistor
Cable Capacity
Operating Humidity

120VAC (50hz/60hz) or 230VAC (50hz/60hz)


24V 3 Amps
1.6 Amp 250V
385mm(W) x 310mm(H) x 92mm(D)
11.5 lbs.
Red
1.2mm mild steel
7Ah 12V (2 per panel)
30VDC 1 Amp
30VDC 1 Amp
30VDC 1 Amp
0.5A per output (max 1.6A over all outputs)
1.6mA
6K8 5%
10K 5%
HCV-2: 0.065Amp, HCV-4: 0.075Amp, HCV-8: 0.093Amp
HCV-2: 0.1Amp, HCV-4: 0.21Amp, HCV-8: 0.55Amp
2.5 mm per terminal
95% (non condensing)
-5C to +50C

Operating Temperature

HOCHIKI AMERICA COMPATIBLE DEVICES


MODEL

DESCRIPTION
DETECTORS

MAX. # PER ZONE

SLR-24V/-24VN
SLR-24H
SLR-835H/ -835HW
SLR-835/-835W
SLR-835-BH-2W
SIJ-24
DFE-135
DFE-190
DCD-135
DCD-190
DSC-EA
SLV-24/-24N

Photoelectric high velocity smoke detector


Photoelectric smoke detector
Photoelectric 8-35V smoke detector with Heat
Photoelectric 8-35V smoke detector
Photoelectric 8-35V smoke detector with Heat
Ionization smoke detector
135 Fixed temperature heat detector
190 Fixed temperature heat detector
135 Fixed temperature rate of rise heat detector
190 Fixed temperature rate of rise heat detector
Rate of rise heat detector
Photoelectric smoke detector

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

NS6-224
NS4-224
NS4-100
NS6-100

6" base, 43mA draw, 24V


4" base, 43mA draw, 24V
4" base, 24V
6" base, 24V

HPS-SAK/HPS-DAH
HPS-SAH/HPS-DAK
PPE-2(JE)

Conventional Manual Pull Station

32

Call Point

32

BASES
25
25
25
25

PULL STATION

BEAM DETECTORS
SPC-24
SRA-24

Beam detector
Reflective beam detector

8
5

NOTIFICATION DEVICES
GENTEX
GES24-1575WR
GEC3-24WR
WGEC-2475WR
AMSECO/POTTER
SH24W-153075R
SH24-75110R
SL24W-153075R
MBA-6
HOCHIKI
FBB-1501

Horn/Strobe
Horn/Strobe
Horn/Strobe

8
8
10

Horn/Strobe
Horn/Strobe
Horn/Strobe
6" Motor Driven Bell, 24VDC

8
8
8
4

6" Alarm Bell, 24VDC

Hochiki America Corporation CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HCP-1008E FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL


DESCRIPTION
Hochikis HCP-1008E Fire Alarm Control Panel is a
microprocessor based unit designed for maximum flexibility
and easy installation. Fully configurable from the front
panel using the push buttons and DIP switches, it enables
the user to configure the system to meet their specific
requirements.

STANDARD FEATURES

8 Class B (Style B) initiating circuits which may


be configured as 4 Class A (Style D) circuits
Expandable up to 24 Class B or 12 Class A
initiating circuits
4 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) indicating circuits with
individual trouble indicators (1.7 Amps max. per
circuit)
Each indicating circuit can be configured as
silenceable or non-silenceable. Audibles may be
configured as Steady, Temporal Code, California
Code or March Time
Each initiating circuit can be configured as alarm,
supervisory, waterflow or trouble
Two outputs for 4 wire resettable smoke power
supply (200 mA Max. each)
Alarm verification on initiating circuits
Easy configuration via push buttons and DIP
switches on the front panel

SPECIFICATIONS
Primary Input Power 120 volts, 60 Hz, 1 Amps
(Optional 220 - 240VAC)
Indicating Current
24VDC unfiltered, 5Amps
Standby Power
24VDC standby batteries
Charging Capability 10 24 AH batteries
Dimensions
26"H x 14 1/2"W x 4 1/2" D
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

The HCP-1008E consists of one HMCC-1024-6 main


Chassis in an HBB-1024 Enclosure. The HMCC1024-6
main Chassis comes complete with 8 Class B (Style B)
initiating circuits which may be configured as 4 Class A
(Style D) circuits. It can be expanded up to 24 Class B or
12 Class A circuits with the addition of two HDM-1008
Initiating Circuit Modules. In addition it comes equipped
with 4 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) indicating circuits which are
each rated at 1.7 Amps. The main Chassis also includes
a 6 amp power supply which powers the system and
supplies two 4-wire resettable regulated smoke power
supply of 24 VDC 200mA maximum each. The HMCC1024-6 also allows for the addition of two HSGM-1004
Signal Modules or two HRM-1008 Relay Modules in place
of the HDM-1008 Initiating Circuit Adder Modules.
(Maximum of 2 adder modules and 1 communication
module).
The cabinet is available in a beige color for the Canadian
market and a red exterior for the U.S. and international
markets. A Fire Retardant Lexan Window in the hinged
door allows for viewing of the status LEDs. It comes with
a durable CAT-30 lock and key. Space is provided for up
to 17 AH Gel Cell batteries.
Hochiki's HCP-1008E is designed as an economical
Microprocessor Based Fire Alarm Control Panel which is
expandable up to 24 display points. Its modular design
suits various applications. Ideal for applications such as
small institutional and commercial buildings, shopping
malls, offices and public establishments, the HCP-1008E
is configurable to meet virtually all requirements. The panel
is designed to be easy in its installation, operation and
maintenance. This makes the system cost effective and
very reliable for its intended applications.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S6468

California
State Fire
Marshal
7165-0410:154
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F0067

08/2007

ORDERING INFORMATION
Model

Description
Fire Alarm Control Panel

HCP-1008E

Microprocessor Based Fire Alarm Control Panel expandable up to 24 display points.


Includes HMCC-1024-6 main Chassis complete with 8 Class B (Style B) initiating circuits
or 4 Class A (Style D) initiating circuits, 4 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) indicating circuits, 6 amp
power supply and one HBB-1024 Red Enclosure. (DIP switches)

HCP-1008ES

Microprocessor Based Fire Alarm Control Panel expandable up to 24 display points.


Includes HMCC-1024-6S main Chassis complete with 8 Class B (Style B) initiating
circuits or 4 Class A (Style D) initiating circuits, 4 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) indicating circuits,
6 amp power supply and one HBB-1024 Red Enclosure. (Slide switch version)

HFA-1024TR

Semi-Flush Trim Ring

HRTI-1

Remote Trouble Indicator

Adder Modules
HDM-1008

Eight Class B (Style B) or 4 Class A (Style D) Initiating Circuit Module

HSGM-1004

Four Class A/B (Style Z/Y) Indicating Circuit Module (Rated at 1.7 Amps per circuit).

HRM-1008

Eight Relay Circuit Module comes with eight Form C relays (Rated for 28 VDC @ 1 Amp.
max. per relay)

Auxiliary Modules
HDACT-100U

Universal Digital Alarm CommunicationTransmitter/Dialer Module

HDACT-100

Digital Alarm Communication Transmitter/Dialer Module

HPR-100

Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module

Remote Annunciator
HRAM-1032

Main Annunciator Chassis comes with common control features, indicators and 32
bi-colored LEDs

HBB-1001

Annunciator backbox with keylock door

Hochiki America Corporation HCP-1008E Fire Alarm Control Panel

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HCP-200 AUXILIARY MODULES


GENERAL
The HCP-200 Microprocessor Based Fire Alarm System
can be configured to meet virtually any requirements.

The following modules have been designed to adapt the


system to suit the particular requirements of a building.

HDM-204
FOUR INITIATING CIRCUIT & TWO INDICATING
CIRCUIT MODULE
The HDM-204 Module provides the HCP-204E Fire Alarm
Control Panel with up to 4 Class B (Style B) or 2 Class
A (Style D) Initiating Circuits. In addition it provides up
to 2 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) Indicating Circuits which are
rated for 1.7 Amps each. Each of the indicating circuits
can be configured for silenceable or non silenceable. In
addition each circuit comes with an individual trouble
indicator. All circuits are power limited for use with limited
energy cable. The HDM-204 consists of a PC board
which mounts at the bottom of the chassis. The PC
board is connected via cables to the board on the main
chassis.

HRM-204
AUXILIARY QUAD RELAY MODULE
The HRM-204 Auxiliary Relay Module provides the HCP200 Series with four configurable auxiliary relays. The
relays can be configured for either relay per zone,
Common Alarm relay(s) or Common Supervisory relay(s).
Each relay is rated for 28 VDC @ 1 Amp max. The
module is mounted on the top of any detection module,
with hardware provided for the module. Requires one
HCH-429 Accessory Mounting Plate when HRM-204 is
mounted in the HCP-202 or HCP-204.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
7165-0410:152
S6468
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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04/2010

HRM-208
EIGHT RELAY MODULE
The HRM-208 Auxiliary Relay Module provides the HCP200 Series with eight configurable auxiliary relays. The
relays can be configured for either relay per zone,
Common Alarm relay(s) or Common Supervisory relay(s).
Each relay is rated for 28 VDC @ 1 Amp max. The
module is mounted on the top of any detection module,
with hardware provided for the module. Requires one
HCH-429 Accessory Mounting Plate when an HRM-208
is mounted in the HCP-202 or HCP-204.

HPR-100
POLARITY REVERSAL & CITY TIE MODULE
The HPR-100 Polarity Reversal & City Tie Module allows
connection to two different types of monitoring systems.
The City Tie provides an output of 24 VDC at 210 mA
max. The module supervises the City Tie connection
and will provide a system trouble if not connected. A
terminating resistor is supplied with the module. The
Polarity Reversal provides a 24 VDC output for normal
condition and a polarity reverse 24 VDC output for alarm.
The module is also capable of transmitting a system
trouble Zero Volts. This option is jumper selectable.
The output current is limited to 8 mA.

HDACT-100
DIGITAL ALARM COMMUNICATOR TRANSMITTER/
DIALER MODULE
The HDACT-100 Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter/
Dialer Module allows the HCP-200 Fire Alarm Control
Panels to use one or two phone lines to call a Central
Station and report a local Alarm, Trouble or Supervisory
condition. Requiring two supervised telephone lines, the
HDACT-100 can be programmed to use the Security
Industry Association (SIA) Digital Communication
Standard (DCS) and Ademco Contact ID protocols. The
HDACT-100 is powered by the HCP-200 Fire Alarm
Control Panels and communicates with them via an RS485 Interface. The HCFG-100 Configuration and
Diagnostics Tool is required to program the HDACT-100.

Hochiki America Corporation HCP-200 Auxiliary Module

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HRAM-208 REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR


DESCRIPTION
The HRAM-208 Remote Annunciator is a multiplexed
annunciator that provides control, indication of
common annunciator functions and 8 zones of LED
annunciation. The HRAM-208 Remote Annunciator
comes standard with 8 Bi-Colored LEDs which are
automatically configured for either Alarm (Red) or
Supervisory (Amber) to match the HCP-204 Series
Fire Alarm Control Panels. The unit mounts in a
4 gang electrical box.
The HRAM-208 also comes equipped with common
control switches for Signal Silence, Buzzer Silence,
Lamp Test and System Reset. In addition it has LEDs
for Power On, Common Trouble and Signal Silence.
The HRAM- 208 is equipped with a keyswitch which
allows for the enabling and disabling of Common
Control functions.

STANDARD FEATURES

8 Bi-Colored LEDs which are automatically


configured for either Alarm (Red) or Supervisory
(Amber) to match the Series 200 Fire Alarm Control
Panels
Signal Silence, Buzzer Silence, Lamp Test and
System Reset switches
LEDs for Power On, Common Trouble and Signal
Silence
Equipped with a keyswitch which allows for enabling
and disabling of the Common Control functions
Each point can be identified by the corresponding
label beside the LED
Mounts in a standard 4-gang electrical box
Up to three HRAM-208 Remote Annunciators can
be used with the HCP-204 and HCP-204E Fire
Alarm Control Panels
Not compatible with the HCP-202 series

All points are identified by the corresponding label the


slides in beside the LED. Up to three HRAM-208
remote annunciators can be used with the HCP-204
and HCP-204E Fire Alarm Control Panels.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
7120-0410:153
S5694

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F0048

04/2010

INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

Standard Electrical
Box

Secure
with
#6-32
Screws

Paper Label
Wall

Clear Lexan

Std
Elec.
Box

Wall

Surface Mount

Std
Elec.
Box

Flush Mount

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM

24 VDC
OUTPUT

24 VDC
INPUT

RS-485
OUTPUT

24 VDC POWER FROM


FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

24 VDC POWER TO
NEXT ANNUNCIATOR

RS-485 FROM FIRE ALARM


(TWISTED SHIELDED PAIR)

RS-485
INPUT

RS-485 TO NEXT ANNUNCIATOR


(TWISTED SHIELDED PAIR)

+
NOTE: ALL CIRCUITS ARE POWER LIMITED AND
MUST USE TYPE FPL, FPLR, OR FPLP POWER
LIMITED CABLE.

Hochiki America Corporation HRAM-208

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HRA-1000 REMOTE ANNUNCIATORS


HRAM-1032- Main Annunciator Chassis

HRAM-1032

The HRAM-1032 Main Annunciator Chassis is an


expandable module used in the HRA-1000 Series
Remote Annunciators to provide control, indication of
common annunciator functions and up to 32 points of
annunciation. The HRAM-1032 comes standard with Bicolored LEDs which are automatically configured for
either alarm (Red) or Supervisory (Amber) to match the
HCP-1000 Fire Alarm Control Panel configuration. Each
display point can be identified by the slide-in label that
slides in beside the LED. Equipped with sealed
membrane-like buttons and LED indicators, the HRAM1032 has a Local Buzzer as well as indicators for A.C.
On, Common Trouble, Remote Failure, Aux. Disconnect,
Acknowledge, General Alarm, Signal Silence and Test/
Configuration mode. In addition it has controls for System
Reset, Lamp Test, Fire Drill, Auxiliary Disconnect, Buzzer
Silence, Signal Silence, General Alarm and Acknowledge.
It occupies one slot in the HBB-1000 enclosures.

HRAX-1048

HRAX-1048 - Adder Annunciator Chassis

STANDARD FEATURES

Large capacity of annunciation


Bi-Colored LEDs
Slide-in labels for each display point
Sealed membrane-like buttons and LED indicators
Each annunciation point is automatically selected
for either Alarm (Red) or Supervisory (Amber) to
match the HCP-1000 Fire Alarm Panel configuration
LEDs for A.C. On, Common Trouble, Remote Failure,
Aux. Disconnect, Ackowledge, General Alarm, Signal
Silence and Test/Config Mode
Controls for System Reset, Lamp Test, Fire Drill,
Aux. Disconnect, Buzzer Silence, Signal Silence,
General Alarm and Ackowledge
Three sizes of enclosures

SPECIFICATIONS
HBB-1001 Enclosure
HBB-1002 Enclosure
HBB-1003 Enclosure

The HRAX-1048 Adder Annunciator Chassis is used in


the HRA-1000 Series Remote Annunciators to provide
48 additional points of annunciation. The HRAX-1048 is
an expandable annunciator module which can be
connected to an HRAM-1032. A maximum of four HRAX1048 can be connected to the HRAM-1032 Main
Annunciator Chassis. As with the HRAM-1032 Main
Annunciator Chassis, the HRAX-1048 has Bi-colored
LEDs which are automatically configured for either Alarm
(Red) or Supervisory (Amber) to match the HCP-1000
Fire Alarm Control Panel configuration. Each display
point can be identified by the slide-in label that slides in
besides the LED. It occupies one slot in the HBB-1000
enclosures.
Continued on back.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
9H x 13W x 1D
16H x 13W x 1D
23H x 13W x 1D

Underwriters Laboratories: S5694


CSFM #: 7120-0410:157

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

06/2003

TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM


BACKBOX

HEIGHT
H (IN.)

MOUNTING
A(IN.)
B(IN.)

BACKBOX

HBB-1001

9.0"

9.95"

7.5"

HBB-1002

16.0"

9.95"

14.5"

HBB-1003

23.0"

9.95"

WALL

21.5"

DOOR

BACKBOX CAN BE MOUNTED


WITH STANDARD 4" X 4"
ELECTRICAL BOXES
12.75"

A
1.2"

#6-32
HEXNUTS
BB-1001 BACKBOX IS SHOWN

ANNUNCIATOR CHASSIS

ORDERING INFORMATION
Model
Modules
HRAM-1032

Description

HRAX-1048

Main Annunciator Chassis comes with Common Control Features, Indicators and 32 Bi-Colored
LEDs
Adder Annunciator Chassis comes with 48 Bi-Colored LEDs

Backboxes
HBB-1001
HBB-1002
HBB-1003

Annunciator backbox with keylock door (Houses 1 module)


Annunciator backbox with keylock door (Houses 2 modules)
Annunciator backbox with keylock door (Houses 3 modules)

Hochiki America Corporation HRA-1000 Remote Annunciators

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLV-24 PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The SLV-24 can be used in all areas where Photoelectric Smoke Detectors are required. The patented smoke
chamber makes the SLV-24 well suited for fires ranging
from smoldering to flaming fires.
NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R or HSC-xxx R Style
bases may be used with the SLV-24. Current
interchangeable/compatible devices are the SIJ-24
ionization detector, the SLR-24H photoelectric detector
with heat sensor, and the DCD-135/190 heat detectors.

Shown without base

STANDARD FEATURES
Low profile, 2.0" high (with base)
2 or 4 wire base compatibility, relay bases available
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current, 45A at 24VDC
Two built-in power/alarm LEDs
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Built-in magnetic go/no go detector test feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or

replacement
Compatible with SIJ-24 ionization detectors
Backwards compatible with Hochiki SLK/SLR-24
and SIH detectors
Highly resistant to false alarms caused by steam

SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source
Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Voltage
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Alarm Current
Air Velocity Range
Ambient Temperature
Color & Case Material
Sensitivity Range
Mounting

GaAlAs Infrared
Emitting Diode
17.7 - 30.0 VDC
15.0 - 33.0 VDC
42 VDC
45A @ 24 VDC
160A max. @ 24VDC
150mA max. @ 24 VDC
0-300 fpm
32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
Bone PC/ABS Blend
0.5 - 3.8%/ft
Refer to NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

All NS conventional devices are mechanically


compatible with Hochiki America HSB, HSC and YBA
type bases which may have been used in previous
installations. Please check individual panel listings for
compatible bases.

OPERATION
The SLV-24 photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two
bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal
standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3
seconds. When the detector senses smoke and goes
into alarm the status LEDs will latch on Red.
The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and
silicon photo diode receiving element in the smoke
chamber. In a normal standby condition, the receiving
element receives no light from the pulsing LED light
source. In the event of a fire, smoke enters the detector
smoke chamber and light is reflected from the smoke
particles to the receiving element. The light received is
converted into an electronic signal.
Signals are processed and compared to a reference level,
and when two consecutive signals exceeding the
reference level are received within a specified period of
time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to
activate the alarm signal. The status LEDs light
continuously during the alarm period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3033131

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:174

S1383
Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0075

10/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America Model SLV-24 photoelectric
smoke detectors. The combination detector head and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL listed
fire alarm panel.
The base shall permit direct interchange with Hochiki America SLR-24H combination photoelectric/heat detector,
SIJ-24 ionization type smoke detector and/or DCD-135/190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detectors. The base
shall be appropriate twist-lock base NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R, or HSC-xxx R. In the event of partial or
complete retrofit, the SLV-24 may be used in conjunction with, or as a replacement for, Hochiki America detectors
(SLK-24, SLK-24FH and the SIH-24) on most HSB and HSC base applications.
The smoke detector shall have two flashing status LEDs for visual supervision. When the detector is in standby
condition the LEDs will flash Green. When the detector is actuated, the flashing LEDs will latch on Red. The detector
may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The sensitivity of the detector shall be capable of being measured. It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the
detector without the need of generating smoke.
To facilitate installation, the detector shall be non-polarized. Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be
employed in the detector to minimize false alarm potential. Auxiliary SPDT relays shall be installed where indicated.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be field removable when not required.

2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for
example only. Not all
annunciators have in
line resistance.

NEGATIVE

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
- BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

2-WIRE RELAY OPERATION


UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

COM
N/C
N/O

HSC-RELAY SERIES

N/O
N/C
COM

4-WIRE OPERATION
INITIATING
CIRCUIT

6
5
4
3
2
1

TERMINAL BLOCK USED ON


HSC-224RA/RST VERSION ONLY
HSC-(XXX)R (2-WIRE)
GRY
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
PUR

2 AND 4 WIRE BASE


RELAYS SHOWN WITH
POWER OFF.

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
HSC-4R
CONTACTS
H1
H2
YEL
ORN
PUR

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
12VDC OR 24VDC

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY
HA-EOLR-12 OR HA-EOLR-24

HSC-4R

Hochiki America Corporation SLV-24

HSC-4R

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLV-24V PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The SLV-24V can be used in all areas where Photoelectric Smoke Detectors are required. The patented smoke
chamber makes the SLV-24V well suited for fires ranging from smoldering to flaming fires.
NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R or HSC-xxx R Style
bases may be used with the SLV-24V. Current
interchangeable/compatible devices are the SIJ-24
ionization detector, the SLR-24H photoelectric detector
with heat sensor, and the DCD-135/190 heat detectors.

Shown without base

STANDARD FEATURES
Low profile, 2.0" high (with base)
2 or 4 wire base compatibility, relay bases available
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current, 45A at 24VDC
Two built-in power/alarm LEDs
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Built-in magnetic go/no go detector test feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or

replacement
Compatible with SIJ-24 ionization detectors
Backwards compatible with Hochiki SLK/SLR-24V
and SIH detectors
Highly resistant to false alarms caused by steam

SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source
Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Voltage
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Alarm Current
Air Velocity Range
Ambient Temperature
Color & Case Material
Sensitivity Range
Mounting

GaAlAs Infrared
Emitting Diode
17.7 - 30.0 VDC
15.0 - 33.0 VDC
42 VDC
45A @ 24 VDC
160A max. @ 24VDC
150mA max. @ 24 VDC
0-4000 fpm
32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
Bone PC/ABS Blend
0.5 - 2.68%/ft
Refer to NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

All NS conventional devices are mechanically


compatible with Hochiki America HSB, HSC and YBA
type bases which may have been used in previous
installations. Please check individual panel listings for
compatible bases.

OPERATION
The SLV-24V photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two
bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal
standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3
seconds. When the detector senses smoke and goes
into alarm the status LEDs will latch on Red.
The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and
silicon photo diode receiving element in the smoke
chamber. In a normal standby condition, the receiving
element receives no light from the pulsing LED light
source. In the event of a fire, smoke enters the detector
smoke chamber and light is reflected from the smoke
particles to the receiving element. The light received is
converted into an electronic signal.
Signals are processed and compared to a reference
level, and when two consecutive signals exceeding the
reference level are received within a specified period of
time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to
activate the alarm signal. The status LEDs light
continuously during the alarm period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3033131

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:174

S1383
Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0076

03/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America Model SLV-24V photoelectric
smoke detectors. The combination detector head and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL listed fire
alarm panel.
The base shall permit direct interchange with Hochiki America SLR-24H combination photoelectric/heat detector,
SIJ-24 ionization type smoke detector and/or DCD-135/190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detectors. The base
shall be appropriate twist-lock base NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R, or HSC-xxx R. In the event of partial or
complete retrofit, the SLV-24V may be used in conjunction with, or as a replacement for, Hochiki America detectors
(SLK-24, SLK-24FH and the SIH-24) on most HSB and HSC base applications.
The smoke detector shall have two flashing status LEDs for visual supervision. When the detector is in standby
condition the LEDs will flash Green. When the detector is actuated, the flashing LEDs will latch on Red. The detector
may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The sensitivity of the detector shall be capable of being measured.
To facilitate installation, the detector shall be non-polarized. Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be
employed in the detector to minimize false alarm potential. Auxiliary SPDT relays shall be installed where indicated.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be field removable when not required.

2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for
example only. Not all
annunciators have in
line resistance.

NEGATIVE

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
- BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

2-WIRE RELAY OPERATION


UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

COM
N/C
N/O

HSC-RELAY SERIES

N/O
N/C

4-WIRE OPERATION

COM

INITIATING
CIRCUIT

6
5
4
3
2
1

TERMINAL BLOCK USED ON


HSC-224RA/RST VERSION ONLY
HSC-(XXX)R (2-WIRE)
GRY
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
PUR

2 AND 4 WIRE BASE


RELAYS SHOWN WITH
POWER OFF.

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
HSC-4R
CONTACTS
H1
H2
YEL
ORN
PUR

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
12VDC OR 24VDC

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY
HA-EOLR-12 OR HA-EOLR-24

HSC-4R

Hochiki America Corporation SLV-24V

HSC-4R

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLV-24M MARINE PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The SLV-24M is for use in enclosed spaces, for
ceiling-mount installations only and for use in
enclosed dry cabin locations, where the unit is
protected against blowing, spraying, and dripping
water. The patented smoke chamber makes the
SLV-24M well suited for fires ranging from smoldering
to flaming fires.
NS4-220 (Marine Type) and NS6-220 (Marine Type)
bases are used with the SLV-24M.
Shown without base

OPERATION
STANDARD FEATURES
Low profile, 2.0" high (with base)
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current, 45A at 24VDC
Two built-in power/alarm LEDs
Non-directional smoke chamber
Built-in magnetic go/no go detector test feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or

replacement
Highly resistant to false alarms caused by steam

SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source
Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Voltage
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Alarm Current
Air Velocity Range
Ambient Temperature
Color & Case Material
Sensitivity Range
Mounting

GaAlAs Infrared
Light Emitting Diode
17.7 - 30.0 VDC
15.0 - 33.0 VDC
42 VDC
45A @ 24 VDC
160A max. @ 24VDC
150mA max. @ 24 VDC
0-4000 fpm
32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
Bone PC/ABS Blend
0.5 - 2.68%/ft
Refer to NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet

The SLV-24M photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two


bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal
standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3
seconds. When the detector senses smoke and goes
into alarm the status LEDs will latch on Red.
The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and
silicon photo diode receiving element in the smoke
chamber. In a normal standby condition, the receiving
element receives no light from the pulsing LED light
source. In the event of a fire, smoke enters the detector
smoke chamber and light is reflected from the smoke
particles to the receiving element. The light received is
converted into an electronic signal.
Signals are processed and compared to a reference
level, and when two consecutive signals exceeding the
reference level are received within a specified period of
time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to
activate the alarm signal. The status LEDs light
continuously during the alarm period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:174
S1383
Continued on back.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0083

05/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America Model SLV-24M marine photoelectric smoke detectors. The combination detector head and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL
listed fire alarm panel.
The base shall be appropriate twist-lock base NS4-220 (Marine Type) and NS6-220 (Marine Type).
The smoke detector shall have two flashing status LEDs for visual supervision. When the detector is in standby
condition the LEDs will flash Green. When the detector is actuated, the flashing LEDs will latch on Red. The detector
may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The sensitivity of the detector shall be capable of being measured.
To facilitate installation, the detector shall be non-polarized. Voltage and RF/transient suppression techniques shall be
employed in the detector to minimize false alarm potential.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be field removable when not required.

WIRING DIAGRAM

UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for
example only. Not all
annunciators have in
line resistance.

NEGATIVE

NS4-220

NS6-220

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

Hochiki America Corporation SLV-24M

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLR-24V PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The SLR-24V can be used in all areas where Photoelectric Smoke Detectors are required. The wide range
smoke chamber makes the SLR-24V well suited for fires
ranging from smoldering to flaming fires.
NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R or HSC-xxx R Style
bases may be used with the SLR-24V. Current
interchangeable/compatible devices are the SIJ-24
ionization detector, the SLR-24H photoelectric detector
with heat sensor, and the DCD-135/190 heat detectors.

Shown without base.

STANDARD FEATURES
Low profile, 1.8" high (with base)
2 or 4 wire base compatibility, relay bases available
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current, 45A at 24VDC
Two built-in power/sensitivity supervision/alarm LEDs
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Built-in magnetic go/no go detector test feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or
replacement

Automatic Sensitivity window verification function

meets outlined requirements in NFPA 72, Chapter 2


& 7, Inspection, Testing and Maintenance
Compatible with SIJ-24 ionization detectors
Backwards compatible with Hochiki SLK and SIH
detectors

SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source

GaAlAs Infrared
Emitting Diode
Rated Voltage
17.7 - 30.0 VDC
Working Voltage
15.0 - 33.0 VDC
Maximum Voltage
42 VDC
Supervisory Current
45A @ 24 VDC
Surge Current
160A max. @ 24VDC
Alarm Current
150mA max. @ 24 VDC
Air Velocity Range
0-4000 fpm
Ambient Temperature
32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
Color & Case Material Bone PC/ABS Blend
Sensitivity Test Feature Automatic Sensitivity
window verification test
Mounting
Refer to NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

All NS conventional devices are mechanically


compatible with Hochiki America HSB, HSC and YBA
type bases which may have been used in previous
installations. Please check individual panel listings for
compatible bases.

OPERATION
The SLR-24V photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two
bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal
standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3 seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity has
drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LEDs
will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector
senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LEDs will
latch on Red.
The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and
silicon photo diode receiving element in the smoke chamber. In a normal standby condition, the receiving element receives no light from the pulsing LED light source.
In the event of a fire, smoke enters the detector smoke
chamber and light is reflected from the smoke particles
to the receiving element. The light received is converted
into an electronic signal.
Signals are processed and compared to a reference level,
and when two consecutive signals exceeding the reference level are received within a specified period of time,
the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to activate
the alarm signal. The status LEDs light continuously
during the alarm period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

1D5A1.AY

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:107

S1383
Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0017

10/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America Model SLR-24V photoelectric smoke detectors.
The combination detector head and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL listed fire alarm panel.
The base shall permit direct interchange with Hochiki America SLR-24H combination photoelectric/heat detector, SIJ-24 ionization
type smoke detector and/or DCD-135/190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detectors. The base shall be appropriate twist-lock base
NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R, or HSC-xxx R. In the event of partial or complete retrofit, the SLR-24V maybe used in conjunction
with, or as a replacement for, Hochiki America detectors (SLK-24, SLK-24FH and the SIH-24) on most HSB and HSC base applications.
The smoke detector shall have two flashing status LEDs for visual supervision. When the detector is in standby condition the LEDs
will flash Green. When the detector is outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LEDs will flash Red. When the detector is
actuated, the flashing LEDs will latch on Red. The detector may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The sensitivity of the detector shall be capable of being measured. It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the detector
without the need of generating smoke. The sensitivity of the detector shall be monitored automatically and continuously to verify that
it is operating within the listed sensitivity range.
To facilitate installation, the detector shall be non-polarized. Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be employed to
minimize false alarm potential. Auxiliary SPDT relays shall be installed where indicated.

SLR-24V SENSITIVITY TEST FEATURE


The SLR-24V Photoelectric Smoke Detector has a built-in automatic sensitivity test feature.
1. In normal condition, both LED's flash green.
2. When the sensitivity drifts outside of its sensitivity limits, both LED's flash red.
3. In the alarm state both LED's are red continuously.
4. When the sensitivity drifts outside of its sensitivity limits and both LED's flash red, the device needs to be cleaned or returned
to the factory for cleaning. Refer to HA Technical Bulletin HA-97 for cleaning information.
2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for
example only. Not all
annunciators have in
line resistance.

NEGATIVE

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
- BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

2-WIRE RELAY OPERATION


UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

COM
N/C
N/O

HSC-RELAY SERIES

N/O
N/C

4-WIRE OPERATION

COM

INITIATING
CIRCUIT

6
5
4
3
2
1

TERMINAL BLOCK USED ON


HSC-224RA/RST VERSION ONLY
HSC-(XXX)R (2-WIRE)
GRY
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
PUR

2 AND 4 WIRE BASE


RELAYS SHOWN WITH
POWER OFF.

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
HSC-4R
CONTACTS
H1
H2
YEL
ORN
PUR

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
12VDC OR 24VDC

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY
HA-EOLR-12 OR HA-EOLR-24

HSC-4R
Hochiki America Corporation SLR-24V

HSC-4R
Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLR-24H PHOTOELECTRIC/ HEAT SMOKE DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The SLR-24H can be used in all areas where Photoelectric
Smoke Detectors are required. The wide range smoke
chamber makes the SLR-24H well suited for fires ranging
from smoldering to flaming fires.
NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R or HSC-xxx R Style
bases may be used with the SLR-24H. Current
interchangeable/compatible devices are the SIJ-24
ionization detector, SLR-24V photoelectric detector and
the DCD-135/190 heat detectors.

Shown without base.

All NS conventional devices are mechanically compatible


with Hochiki America HSB, HSC and YBA type bases
which may have been used in previous installations.
Please check individual panel listings for compatible
bases.

STANDARD FEATURES

Low profile, 2.2" high (with base)


2 or 4 wire base compatibility, relay bases available
135F latching heat sensor
Heat sensor protected by a built-in guard
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current, 45A at 24VDC
Two built-in power/sensitivity supervision/alarm LED's
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or replacement
Automatic Sensitivity window verification function
meets outlined requirements in NFPA 72, Chapter 2 & 7,
Inspection, Testing and Maintenance

SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source
Heat Sensor
Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Voltage
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Alarm Current
Ambient Temperature
Color & Case Material
Sensitivity Test Feature
Mounting

GaAlAs Infrared
Emitting Diode
135F
17.7 - 30.0 VDC
15.0 - 33.0 VDC
42 VDC
45A @ 24 VDC
160A max. @ 24 VDC
150mA max. @ 24 VDC
32F to 120F
(0C to 49C)
Bone PC/ABS Blend
Automatic Sensitivity
window verification test
Refer to NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

OPERATION
The SLR-24H photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two
bicolored LED's for indication of status. In a normal
standby condition the LED's flash Green every 3
seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity
has drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the
LED's will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector
senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LED's will
latch on Red.
The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and
silicon photo diode receiving element in the smoke
chamber. In a normal standby condition, the receiving
element receives no light from the pulsing LED light
source. In the event of a fire, smoke enters the detector
smoke chamber and light is reflected from the smoke
particles to the receiving element. The light received is
converted into an electronic signal.
Signals are processed and compared to a reference level,
and when two consecutive signals exceeding the
reference level are received within a specified period of
time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to
activate the alarm signal. The status LED's light
continuously during the alarm period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3006185

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:107

S1383
Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0015

10/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America Model SLR-24H photoelectric
smoke detectors. The combination detector head and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL listed fire
alarm panel.

The base shall permit direct interchange with Hochiki America SLR-24V photoelectric detector, SIJ-24 ionization type
smoke detector and/or DCD-135/190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detectors. The base shall be appropriate twistlock base NS-4 Series, NS-6 Series, HSC-4R, or HSC-xxx R. In the event of partial or complete retrofit, the SLR-24
maybe used in conjunction with, or as a replacement for, Hochiki America detectors (SLK-24, SLK-24FH and the SIH24) on most HSB and HSC base applications.
The smoke detector shall have two flashing status LED's for visual supervision. When the detector is in standby
condition the LED's will flash Green. When the detector is outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LED's will flash
Red. When the detector is actuated, the flashing LED's will latch on Red. The detector may be reset by actuating the
control panel reset switch.
The sensitivity of the detector shall be capable of being measured. It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the
detector without the need of generating smoke. The sensitivity of the detector shall be monitored automatically and
continuously to verify that it is operating within the listed sensitivity range.
To facilitate installation, the detector shall be non-polarized. Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be
employed to minimize false alarm potential. Auxiliary SPDT relays shall be installed where indicated.
The vandal-resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be field removable when not required.

SLR-24H SENSITIVITY TEST FEATURE


The SLR-24H Photoelectric Smoke Detector has a built-in automatic sensitivity test feature.
1. In normal condition, both LED's flash green.
2. When the sensitivity drifts outside of its sensitivity limits, both LED's flash red.
3. In the alarm state both LED's are red continuously.
4. When the sensitivity drifts outside of its sensitivity limits and both LED's flash red, the device needs to be
cleaned or returned to the factory for cleaning. Refer to HA Technical Bulletin HA-97 for cleaning information.

4-WIRE OPERATION

(+)
INITIATING
CIRCUIT

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
HSC-4R
CONTACTS

(-)

H1
H2
YEL
ORN
PUR

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
12VDC OR 24VDC

(+)

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY

(-)

HSC-4R

HSC-4R

2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

(+)

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

(-)
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

Resistor shown is for example


only. Not all annunciators have
in line resistance.

(-)

NEGATIVE

NS4 SERIES

NS6

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
SERIES
- BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

2-wire relay wiring diagram is also available


Hochiki America Corporation SLR-24H

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLR-835/SLR-835H PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR

SLR-835

Shown without a base

STANDARD FEATURES

Low Profile - Only 1.8" high (2.2" 835H)


2 or 4 wire base compatibility, relay bases available
135F latching heat sensor (835H only)
Heat sensor protected by a built-in guard (835H only)
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current
Two built-in power/sensitivity supervision/alarm LEDs
Non-directional smoke chamber
Vandal resistant security locking feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or replacement
Backwards compatible with Hochiki SLK and SIH detectors
Automatic Sensitivity window verification function meets
outline requirements in the NFPA 72 Inspection Testing
and Maintenance, Chapter 7

SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source
Operating Voltage
Working Voltage
Wave Form
Heat Sensor
Supervisory Current

Surge Current
Alarm Current
Ambient Temperature
Compatibility Identifier
Color & Case Material
Sensitivity Test Feature
Ordering Codes
White
Bone
Dimensions
Mounting

GaAl AS infrared L.E.D.


Nominal 12 VDC or 24 VDC
8.0-35.0 VDC
Filtered DC 15% Ripple Max
135 F (835H only)
38A AVG @12 VDC
55A AVG @24 VDC
70A AVG @35 VDC
200A Max @24 VDC
150mA Max
32 F - 120 F (0C - 49C)
HD-3
Bone/White PC/ABS Blend
Automatic Sensitivity
window verification Test
SLR-835W/SLR-835HW
SLR-835/SLR-835H
1.8" (2.2" 835H) H x 3.94" W
Refer to NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Shown without a base

SLR-835H

APPLICATION
The HOCHIKI America SLR-835/-835H can be used in all
areas where photoelectric smoke detectors are required. It is
suited for fires ranging from smoldering to flaming fires.
NS4 Series, NS6 Series, HSC-4R or HSC-(X)R Style bases
may be used with the SLR-835/-835H.

OPERATION
The SLR-835/-835H Photoelectric Smoke Detector utilizes
two bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal
standby condition the LEDs flash green every 3 seconds.
When the detector senses that its sensitivity has drifted
outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LEDs will flash
Red every 3 seconds. When the detector senses smoke
and goes into alarm the status LEDs will latch on Red.
The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and silicon
photo diode receiving element in the smoke chamber. In a
normal standby condition, the receiving element receives
no light from the pulsing LED light source. In the event of a
fire, smoke enters the detector smoke chamber and light is
reflected from the smoke particles to the receiving element.
The light received is converted into an electronic signal.
Signals are processed and compared to a reference level,
and when two consecutive signals exceeding the reference
level are received within a specified period of time, the time
delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to activate the alarm
signal. The status LEDs light continuously during the alarm
period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3007144

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:107

S1383
Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0024

10/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America Model SLR-835 Photoelectric smoke
detectors. The combination detector head and twist-lock base shall be UL listed compatible with a UL listed fire alarm panel.
When the supply power is 24VDC, the base shall permit direct interchange with Hochiki America SLR-24H combination
photoelectric/heat detector, SLR-24 photoelectric smoke detector, SIJ-24 ionization type smoke detector and DCD-135/190heat
detector.
The base shall be the appropriate twist-lock base NS4 Series, NS6 Series, HSC-4R, or HSC-(X)R Series. In the event of partial
or complete retrofit, the SLR-835, SLR-835H may be used in conjunction with, or as a replacement for, Hochiki America
detectors ( SLK-835H, SLK-24F, SLK-24FH and the SIH-24F) on most HSB and HSC base application.
The smoke detector shall have two flashing status LEDs for visual supervision. When the detector is in standby condition the
LEDs will flash Green. When the detector is outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LEDs will flash Red. When the detector
is actuated, the flashing LEDs will latch on Red. The detector may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The sensitivity of the detector shall be capable of being measured. It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the detector
without the need of generating smoke. The sensitivity of the detector shall be monitored automatically and continuously to verify
that it is operating within the listed sensitivity range.
To facilitate installation, the detector shall be non-polarized. Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be
employed to minimize false alarm potential. Auxiliary SPDT relays shall be installed where indicated on the drawing. The
locking feature shall be field removable when not required.

SLR-835/-835H SENSITIVITY TEST FEATURE


The SLR-835/-835H Photoelectric Smoke Detector has a built-in automatic sensitivity test feature.
1.
2.
3.
4.

In normal condition, both LEDs flash Green.


When the sensitivity drifts outside of its sensitivity limits, both LEDs flash Red.
In the alarm state both LEDs are Red continuously.
When the sensitivity drifts outside of its sensitivity limits and both LED's flash Red, the device needs to be cleaned or
returned to the factory for cleaning. Refer to HA Technical Bulletin HA-97 for cleaning information.

4-WIRE OPERATION
INITIATING
CIRCUIT

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
HSC-4R
CONTACTS
H1
H2
YEL
ORN
PUR

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
24VDC

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY
HA-EOLR-24

HSC-4R

HSC-4R

2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY
NEGATIVE

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for example
only. Not all annunciators have
in line resistance.

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

2-WIRE RELAY OPERATION


UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
TERMINAL BLOCK USED ON

COM
N/C
N/O

HSC-RELAY SERIES

N/O
N/C
COM

Hochiki America Corporation SLR-835

6
5
4
3
2
1

HSC-(XXX)R (2-WIRE)
GRY
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
PUR

2 AND 4 WIRE BASE


RELAYS SHOWN WITH
POWER OFF.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLR-835B DIRECT-WIRE PHOTOELECTRIC


SMOKE DETECTOR
STANDARD FEATURES

Low Profile - Only 2.0" High


2 or 4 Wire Models
Highly Stable Operation, RF/Transient Protection
Two built-in power/sensitivity supervision/alarm LED's
Non-Directional Smoke Chamber
Vandal Resistant Security Locking Feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or
replacement
Automatic Sensitivity window verification function
meets outlined requirements in NFPA 72,
Inspection,Testing and Maintenance
Shown with Trim Ring

APPLICATION

SPECIFICATIONS

The HOCHIKI America SLR-835B Series can be used in


all areas where Photoelectric Smoke Detectors are required. It is suited for smoldering or flaming fires.

Light Source
Operating Voltage
Working Voltage

OPERATION

GaAlAs Infrared LED


Nominal: 12 VDC or 24 VDC
8.0 - 35.0 VDC
(35.0 VDC Max)
Wave Form
Filtered DC 15% Ripple Max.
Alarm Current
150mA Maximum
Surge Current
200A Maximum (2 wire)
Average Stand-By
38A AVG @12 VDC
Current
55A AVG @24 VDC
70A AVG @35 VDC
Ambient Temperature
32 F - 120 F (0 C - 49 C)
Sensitivity Test Feature Automatic Sensitivity
Window Verification Test
Compatibility Identifier HD-6
Order Codes
2-Wire Detector & Trim Ring
Bone SLR-835B-2
White SLR-835B-2W
4-Wire Detector & Trim Ring
Bone SLR-835B-4
White SLR-835B-4W

The SLR-835B Series photoelectric smoke detector


utilizes two bicolored LED's for indication of status. In
a normal standby condition the LED's flash Green every
3 seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity
has drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the
LED's will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector
senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LED's
will latch on Red.
The unit is comprised of an LED light source and silicon
photo diode receiving element. In a normal standby
condition, the receiving element receives no light from
pulsing light source. In the event of fire, smoke enters
the detector and light is reflected from the smoke
particles to the receiving element. The light received is
converted to an electronic signal. Signals are processed

PRODUCT LISTINGS

3007144
Specifications subject to change without notice.

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:107

S1383
Continued on back.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0026 10/2010

OPERATION, continued
in the comparator, and when two consecutive signals exceeding the basic level are received within a specific period of
time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to activate the alarm signal. The status LED lights continuously
during alarm period.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans HOCHIKI America SLR-835B direct-wire photoelectric
smoke detectors. The detector shall be UL listed compatible (2-wire model) with a UL listed fire alarm panel.
The smoke detector shall have green flashing status LED's for visual supervision. When the detector is actuated, the
flashing LED's will turn red and latch on steady. The detector may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The detector shall have a sensitivity window verification feature. If the sensitivity of the detector drifts outside its
approved window the LED's will flash red to indicate an out of sensitivity condition.
The vandal resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be field selectable.
It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the detector without the need of generating smoke. The method shall
simulate effects of products of combustion in the chamber to ensure testing of detector circuits.
Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be employed to minimize false alarm potential.

WIRING DIAGRAMS
2-Wire Wiring Diagram
U.L. Listed
Compatible
Control
Panel

Listed
End-of-Line
Device

4-Wire Wiring Diagram

Listed
End-of-Line
Device

U.L. Listed
Control
Panel
U.L. Listed
Power
Supply
*24VDC

Listed
End-of-Line
Relay
12 or 24VDC

U.L. Listed
Power
Supply
*12VDC

* Use either 12 OR 24VDC . They cannot be used simultaneously.

Hochiki America Corporation SLR-835B

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SLR-835BH DIRECT-WIRE PHOTOELECTRIC


HEAT SMOKE DETECTOR
STANDARD FEATURES

Shown With Trim Ring

Low Profile - Only 2.375" High.


2 or 4 Wire Models
135 F Latching Heat Sensor
Highly Stable Operation, RF/Transient Protection
Two built-in power/sensitivity supervision/alarm LED's
Non-Directional Smoke Chamber
Vandal Resistant Security Locking Feature
Removable smoke labyrinth for cleaning or
replacement
Automatic Sensitivity window verification function
meets outlined requirements in NFPA 72,
Inspection,Testing and Maintenance.

DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
Light Source
Voltage
Nominal
Working
Wave Form
Alarm Current
Surge Current
Average Stand-By
Current

GaAl AS Infrared LED


12 VDC or 24 VDC
8.0 - 35.0 VDC (35.0 VDC Max)
Filtered DC
15% Ripple Max.
150mA Maximum
200A Maximum (2 wire)
38A AVG @12 VDC
55A AVG @24 VDC
70A AVG @35 VDC
32 F - 120 F (0 C - 49 C)

Ambient Temperature
Sensitivity Test Feature
Automatic Sensitivity Window Verification Test
Compatibility Identifier HD-6
Heat Sensor
135 F
Order Codes
2-Wire Detector & Trim Ring
White
Bone
4-Wire Detector & Trim Ring
White
Bone

The SLR-835BH Series photoelectric smoke detector


utilizes two bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a
normal standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3
seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity
has drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the
LEDs will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector
senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LEDs
will latch on Red.
The unit is comprised of an LED light source and silicon
photo diode receiving element. In a normal standby
condition, the receiving element receives no light from
pulsing light source. In the event of fire, smoke enters
the detector and light is reflected from the smoke
particles to the receiving element. The light received is
converted to an electronic signal. Signals are processed
in the comparator, and when two consecutive signals
exceeding the basic level are received within a specific
period of time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR
switch to activate the alarm signal. The Status LED
lights continuously during alarm period.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-4W
SLR-835BH-4

3012444

California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:107

S1383
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0019

10/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans HOCHIKI America SLR-835BH baseless photoelectric
smoke detectors. The combination detector head shall be UL listed compatible with an UL listed fire alarm panel.
The smoke detector shall have flashing status LED for visual supervision. When the detector is actuated, the flashing
LED will latch on steady at full brilliance. The detector may be reset by actuating the control panel reset switch.
The detector shall have a sensitivity window verification feature.
The vandal resistant, security locking feature shall be used in those areas as indicated on the drawing. The locking
feature shall be field selectable.
It shall be possible to perform a functional test of the detector without the need of generating smoke. The method shall
simulate effects of products of combustion in the chamber to ensure testing of detector circuits.
Voltage and RF transient suppression techniques shall be employed to minimize false alarm potential.

WIRING DIAGRAMS
2-Wire Wiring Diagram

U.L. Listed
Compatible
Control
Panel

Listed
End-of-Line
Device

4-Wire Wiring Diagram


Listed
End-of-Line
Device

U.L. Listed
Control
Panel
U.L. Listed
Power
Supply
*24VDC

24VDC 12VDC

NO

24VDC 12VDC

NO

Listed
End-of-Line
Relay
12 or 24VDC

U.L. Listed
Power
Supply
*12VDC

* Use either 12 OR 24VDC . They cannot be used simultaneously.

Hochiki America Corporation SLR-835BH

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DCD 135/190 FIXED TEMPERATURE/RATE OF RISE HEAT DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The DCD-135/-190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat
detector are suited for installation where high heat output
fires are expected or in areas where ambient conditions
would not allow use of other detection methods. Heat
detectors are intended for protection of property. Do
not rely on heat detectors for life safety protection.
Where life safety is a concern, smoke detectors must
also be used. A UL listed fire alarm panel must
electronically supervise the DCD-135/-190 heat
detectors.

Shown without base

STANDARD FEATURES
Choice of fixed temperature/rate-of-rise

135F or 190F heat detector


UL Listed spacing up to 60' by 60'
2 or 4 wire base compatibility, relay bases available
Highly stable operation, RF/Transient protection
Low standby current, 35A nominal
Two built-in power/alarm LED's for 360 viewing
Fully electronic operation
Power/alarm LED's confirm detector status
Compatible with Hochiki SLR-24V and SIJ-24
detectors and their bases

Response

SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature
135 7.5F
Temperature
190 7.5F

Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Voltage
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Alarm Current
Ambient Temperature
Contact Rating
Color & Case Material
Mounting

17.7 - 30.0 VDC


15.0 - 33.0 VDC
42 VDC
40A @ 24 VDC
160A max. @ 24 VDC
150mA max. @ 24 VDC
32F to 120F
(0C to 49C)
N/O Contacts
150mA max. @ 24 V
Bone PC/ABS blend
Refer to the NS Conventional
Detector Base Data Sheet

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

All NS conventional devices are mechanically compatible


with Hochiki America HSB, HSC and YBA type bases.
Please check individual panel listings for appropriate
listed bases.

OPERATION
The DCD-135/-190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat
detectors are suited to detect in the presence of slow or
fast rising temperatures due to burning combustibles.
The construction of these models incorporate a
thermistor heat element protected from damage by the
built-in, durable plastic guard. These electronic heat
detectors incorporate two power/alarm LED's for 360
indication of status. In standby condition the power LED's
flash Green. In an alarm condition the LED's latch on
Red. The DCD-135/-190 electronic heat detection
circuitry performs the same function as a Mechanical
Device but with Electronic Precision. If the heat rise is
less than 12/minute the DCD will not alarm until it
reaches its alarm temperature (135 or 190 7.5F). If
the heat rise is greater than 12/minute the DCD will
alarm immediately giving an early warning signal and
latching the Red alarm LED's on.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

MEA

284-91E Vol. IV

S2966

1D5A1.AY
California
State Fire
Marshal
7270-0410:151
Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0016

04/2010

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
Automatic heat detectors where ambient temperatures do not exceed 120F shall be the DCD-135 fixed temperature/
rate-of-rise heat detector rated at 135F. For areas where ambient temperatures exceed 120F, but not 160F, the
DCD-190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detector rated at 190F shall be used. Electrical contacts shall be
normally open, rated at 150mA @ 24VDC.
Heat detectors shall be installed in accordance with National Fire Protection Association Standard 72, the spacing
assigned by Underwriters Laboratories and in accordance with the rules and regulations set forth by the local authorities
having jurisdiction. Automatic heat detectors shall be Underwriters Laboratories listed.

4-WIRE OPERATION
(+)
INITIATING
CIRCUIT

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
HSC-4R
CONTACTS

(-)

H1
H2
YEL
ORN
PUR

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
24VDC

(+)

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY
HA-EOLR-24

(-)

HSC-4R

HSC-4R

2-WIRE OPERATION

UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

(+)

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

(-)
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

Resistor shown is for example


only. Not all annunciators have
in line resistance.

(-)

NEGATIVE

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

2-WIRE RELAY OPERATION


(+)
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
TERMINAL BLOCK USED ON
HSC-224RA/RST VERSION ONLY
HSC-(XXX)R (2-WIRE)

(-)
COM

N/C

5
4
3

N/O

HSC-RELAY SERIES

N/O
N/C
COM

Hochiki America Corporation DCD-135/-190

2
1

GRY
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
PUR

2 AND 4 WIRE BASE


RELAYS SHOWN WITH
POWER OFF.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DFE 135/190 FIXED TEMPERATURE HEAT DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The DFE 135/190 fixed temperature heat detector is
suited for installation where high heat output fires are
expected or in areas where ambient conditions would
not allow use of other detection methods.
Heat detectors are used for property protection. Do not
rely on heat detectors for life safety protection. Where
life safety is involved, smoke detectors must also be
used.
Heat detectors should be electronically supervised from
a UL listed alarm panel.

OPERATION
STANDARD FEATURES

Choice of fixed temperature - 135F or 190F


UL Listed ceiling spacing of 50' by 50'
(2,500 square feet)

Self-Restoring
Heat element protected by a built-in guard
Contact Rating of 100 mA
Highly Dependable

The DFE 135/190 fixed temperature heat detector is


suited to alarm in the presence of slowly rising
temperatures. The construction of this model
incorporates an oversized heat collector protected from
damage by the built-in, durable plastic guard. The DFE
135/190 fixed temperature heat detector used the proven
snap-disc principle of operation. This bi-metal disc
deflects when temperature reaches a predetermined
value. The disc deflection then causes a push-rod to
close the internal contact resulting in an alarm condition.
The bi-metal disc returns to its normal shape when the
heat subsides causing internal contacts to return to their
normally open position. A standby condition is restored.

Latching LED base available

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature
135 7.5F
Temperature
190 7.5F
Contact Rating
N/O Contacts
100mA @ 60 V
Color & Case Material
Ivory ACS
Mounting
Refer to back of this sheet
Response

PRODUCT LISTINGS

MEA

California
State Fire
284-91E Vol. II
Marshal
7270-0410:119

Automatic heat detectors shall be fixed temperature rated


at 135F for areas where ambient temperatures do not
exceed 120F and 190F where ambient temperatures
exceed 120F but not 160F. The fixed temperature element shall consist of a bi-metallic disc and actuator
shaft. Electrical contacts shall be normally open, rated
at 100mA @ 60VDC.
Heat detectors shall be installed in accordance with
National Fire Protection Association Standard 72, the
spacing assigned by Underwriters Laboratories, and in
accordance with the rules and regulations set forth by
the local authorities having jurisdiction. Automatic heat
detectors shall be Underwriters Laboratories listed.

S2966
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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COMPATIBLE BASES
HSC-(XXX)L HEAT DETECTOR BASE
The HSC-xxx L Series is a 6" base featuring a current limiting resistor, latching annunciator output
and a latching circuit so the alarm LED will remain lit until the control panel has been reset. Heat
detectors are not recognized as proper detection for life safety protection, therefore they should
be utilized only for the protection of property.

COMPATIBLE

(+)

UL LISTED

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
3.9K 1/2W

CONTROL
PANEL

(-)

Pig Tail Lead

PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

(-)

HSC-(XXX)L SERIES

NEGATIVE

Nominal alarm current shown at 24V. Polarized with annunciator output.


HSC-21L
HSC-224L

24mA
38mA

HSC-221L
HSC-220L

41mA
73mA

NS6-100 DETECTOR BASE


The NS6-100 is a 6" diameter base that has no current limiting nor annunciator output features.
A direct short occurs across the loop when the detector is actuated. Heat detectors are not
recognized as proper detection for life safety protection, therefore they should be utilized only
for the protection of property.

(+)
COMPATIBLE
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
DEVICE

(-)
6

NS6-100
Non polarized, not current limited. No annunciator output.
We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate. However, we cannot cover
all specifications or anticipate all requirements. For additional information contact
your local distributor or call or write Hochiki America Corporation.
Hochiki America Corporation DFE-135/190

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SPC-24 PROJECTED BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The Hochiki America SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke
Detector consists of an emitter and receiver. The
projected beam smoke detector should be placed so
that smoke generated by a fire will likely rise into the
path of the beam. The receiver is constantly monitoring
and measuring the intensity of the beam transmitted
by the emitter. Should the smoke from a fire cause a
decrease in the signal strength of a magnitude that
exceeds the programmed obscuration setting, an alarm
signal is generated.

STANDARD FEATURES
Microprocessor based for reliability
Simple setup & alignment with signal strength LED's
Provides 60 feet on center linear protection at a

range of 32.8 feet to 328 feet


Automatic compensation for signal drift or dirty lens
Three field adjustable sensitivity settings
Form A alarm and Form B trouble contacts
Calibrated filters available to verify sensitivity
Color-coded emitter and receiver labels for easy
recognition

SPECIFICATIONS
Rated Voltage
Supply Voltage
Supervisory Current
Alarm Current
Trouble Current
Operating Temperature
Range
UL Installation
Temperature Range
Sensitivity Test Feature
Allowable misalignment
angle (MAX)
Dimensions
Mounting
Maximum Humidity

24VDC
19VDC - 33VDC
Emitter 50A @ 24VDC
Receiver 200A @24VDC
20mA @ 24DC
20mA @ 24VDC
14 F - 122 F
32 F - 100 F
Hochiki test filters
Emitter +/- 0.5
Reciever +/-1.0
3.2"W x 5.5"H x 4.0"D
Wall mount or Single Gang Box
95% R.H. non-condensing

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

The SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke Detector can


provide vital fire detection in applications where other
types of detectors may not be able to respond quickly,
or at all, to a fire condition. Examples of some applications where projected beam smoke detectors have
been successfully used include:
atriums
museums
churches
anechoic chambers

gymnasiums
theatres
factories
tunnels
stables
warehouses
high air velocity areas

The Hochiki America SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke


Detector may also be used in conjunction with more
traditional spot type smoke detection devices to provide
an even more comprehensive detection system.

OPERATION
The near infrared pulsed beam generated by the
emitter is sensed by the photodiode of the receiver,
where it is converted into an electrical signal. This
signal is then amplified and applied, via an analog to
digital converter, to a microprocessor. The normal
state signal (the initial beam data) once stored in the
microprocessor is used as reference for comparison
with subsequent beam signals.
When there is a difference between actual beam
strength and stored reference data that exceeds the
programmed alarm obscuration reference level, a fire
signal is produced. A trouble signal is generated if the
beam is more that 90% obstructed (as opposed to
partially obscured by smoke).

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S1383

California
State Fire
Marshal
7260-0410:172
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OPERATION, continued
The microprocessor also provides compensation for a change in received signal value, with time, caused by contamination
of the optics. Since such a change with time appears as a slow change in the beam signal, the microprocessor compensates in such a manner that the signal moves closer to the reference data at a rate approximately +1% per hour. When
this compensating capability reaches a limit, the SPC-24 automatically generates a trouble signal.
A calibrated test filter is available upon request to test and verify the sensitivity setting of the SPC-24 projected beam
smoke detectors.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install, where indicated on the plans, Hochiki America SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke
Detector. The projected beam smoke detector shall have a range of 32.8 feet to 328 feet. The projected beam smoke
detector shall be field adjustable to one of the three obscuration settings of 25%, 50% or 70% per span. These settings
shall be capable of being verified with calibrated filters. Side to side spacing shall be a maximum of 60 feet on center.
The projected beam smoke detector shall possess circuitry that automatically compensates for normal ambient changes
in the intensity of the emitted beam strength. The microprocessor shall provide compensation for a change in received
signal value, with time, caused by contamination of the optics. Since such a change with time appears as a slow change
in the beam signal, the microprocessor shall compensate in such a manner that the signal moves closer to the reference
data at a rate of approximately +1% per hour. When this compensating capability reaches a limit, the microprocessor
shall automatically generate a trouble signal.
The projected beam smoke detector(s) shall also signal a trouble condition if the beam has a blockage of 90% or more for
more than 20 seconds and automatically resets to normal when blockage is removed.
The projected beam smoke detector(s) shall be UL listed for these applications. Voltage and RF transient protection shall
be integral to the internal circuitry of the projected beam smoke detector so as to minimize false alarm potential.
To facilitate easy installation and setup, the projected beam smoke detectors shall employ signal strength indicating
LED's. Alignment shall be facilitated by turning an alignment adjustment wheel and monitoring the relative signal strength
based upon which LED's are illuminated.
The detectors shall also illuminate a red LED, which is visible externally, when an alarm condition is indicated.
The projected beam smoke detector shall provide a Form "A" dry contact for alarm and Form "B" dry contact for trouble.

INSTALLATION
The HOCHIKI America SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke Detector shall be installed in accordance with the Installation
Instruction Guide provided with every unit. Refer to the applicable NFPA Standards for additional guidance on spacing,
irregular ceiling surfaces and other design considerations.

FOUR WIRE CONNECTION TO THE CONTROL PANEL


24V +
24V -

E1
E2

E1
Emitter

E2

E1

E1

E2

E2
Emitter

EOL-24
Receiver

Receiver

24V +
24V Zone +
Zone -

24V
0V
F1
F2
T1

24V
0V
F1
F2
T2

24V
0V
F1
F2
T1

24V
0V
F1
F2
T2

End of Line
Resistor

Control
Panel

NOTE: End of line relay and trouble contacts are closed


when power is applied.

Hochiki America Corporation SPC-24

NOTE: EOLR-24 required


for power supervision on
Receiver.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SRA-24 REFLECTIVE BEAM DETECTOR


APPLICATION
Hochiki's Reflective Beam Detector is designed for
smoke detection in large spaces such as halls, warehouse, museums, theatres etc., where conventional
point detection is impractical or more costly. The unit
is not suitable for applications where strong or reflected
sunlight is present, in these instances the SPB-24N
should be considered. The unit detects smoke linearly
over the protected range enabling early detection before the fire spreads. Compact design, good looks and
flush mounting installation makes this unit ideal for fitting in areas where architectural considerations are
important.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
STANDARD FEATURES
Detector spacing from 25ft-100ft.
Pulsed beam to reduce overall consumption and
improve the noise rejection characteristics.
Small flat reflector.
Automatic drift compensation.
Fire detection sensitivity can be set to 20% or
30% obscuration.

SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Stand-by Current
Max Current In Alarm
Operating Range
Sensitivity
Compensation
Reflector mounting
angle
Operating Temp. Range
Storage Temp. Range
Maximum Humidity
Color & Case Material
Size: SRA-24
Reflector
Weight: SRA-24
Reflector

15-33Vdc
350A at 24Vdc
50mA at 24Vdc
25ft - 100ft
20% or 30%
1% per Hr. 50%
10%
32F to +100F
-22F to +158F
95%RH - Non condensing
(at 104F)
Ivory ABS
6" x 4.8" x 3.1"
7.5" x 7.5" x.1"
1.9 lbs (Including termination module)
1.6 oz.

The Photoelectric reflective beam detector consists of


the SRA-24 unit and a reflector, which face each other
at a distance of between 25ft and 100ft.
In the event of fire the smoke generated will decrease
the amount of near infrared light energy on the
SRA-24, this decrease is electronically interpreted to
identify the occurrence of fire. An important feature of
the detector is that it monitors the protected space
linearly. This enables the detector to identify a fire
before it spreads, even when the smoke is scattered
over a large area.
The fire detection sensitivity is factory set at 20%
beam obscuration and it can be changed to 30% with
a sensitivity switch.
The status of the unit is indicated by three LEDs
which are viewed through a unique lens that allows
good visibility from any viewing angle, particularly from
beneath the unit. The LEDs indicate, Normal, Setup,
Fault and Fire Condition, so the user can verify which
unit is in alarm.
The unit indicates a fault on the zone under the
following conditions:

Compensation limit exceeded


Total obscuration of beam
Beam detector unit removed from zone

PRODUCT LISTINGS
Underwriters Laboratories: S1383
Factory Mutual:
CSFM #: 7260-0410:158

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
The contractor shall furnish and install, where indicated on the plans, HOCHIKI America SRA-24 Reflective
Beam Detector. The detector shall have a range of 25 feet to 100 feet. The beam smoke detector shall be
field adjustable to one of the two obscuration settings of 20%, or 30% per span. These settings shall be
capable of being verified with calibrated filters. Side to side spacing shall be a maximum of 60 feet on
center.
The reflective beam detector shall posses circuitry that automatically compensates for normal ambient
changes in the intensity of the emitted beam strength. The microprocessor shall provide compensation for
a change in received signal value, with time, caused by contamination of the optics. Since such a change
with time appears as a slow change in the beam signal, the microcomputer compensates in such a manner
that the signal moves closer to the reference data at a rate of approximately +1% per hour. When this
compensating capability reaches a limit, the microcomputer automatically generates a trouble signal.
The reflective beam detector(s) shall also signal a trouble condition if the beam has a blockage of 90% for
more than 20 seconds and automatically resets to normal when blockage is removed.
The reflective beam detector(s) shall be UL listed for these applications. Voltage and RF transient protection shall be integral to the internal circuitry of the reflective beam detector so as to minimize false alarm
potential.
To facilitate easy installation and setup, the reflective beam detectors shall employ signal strength indicating LED's. Alignment shall be facilitated by turning an alignment adjustment screws and monitoring the
relative signal strength based upon which LEDs are illuminated.
The detectors shall also illuminate a red LED, which is visible externally, when an alarm condition is indicated.
The reflective beam detector shall provide a Form "A" dry contact for alarm and Form "B" dry contact for
trouble.

INSTALLATION
The HOCHIKI America SRA-24 Reflective Beam Detector shall be installed in accordance with the Installation Instruction Guide provided with every unit. Refer to the applicable NFPA Standards for additional
guidance on spacing, irregular ceiling surfaces and other design considerations.

TYPICAL WIRING

Reflector

Reflector

End of Line Relay

24V
24V
Zone
Zone

+
+
-

24V
0V
F1
F2
T1

Control
Panel

24V
0V
F1
F2
T2

24V
0V
F1
F2
T1

24V
0V
F1
F2
T2

End of Line
Resistor

NOTE: End of line relay and trouble contacts are closed when power is applied.

Hochiki America Corporation SRA-24

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HF-24 ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR


APPLICATION
The HF-24 is suited for use wherever there is a need for
automatic detection of fires which can develop quickly
or where contents have great value.
Suggested applications include:
Petroleum Storage
Photographic or Film Storage
Computer Rooms
Print Shops
Museums
The HF-24 is not a substitute for smoke or heat detectors,
but is an added level of protection against fast flaming
fires only.

STANDARD FEATURES

Detects fast flaming fires


Highly reliable, long life UV receptor tube
Low power consumption
HF-24 can be intermixed with other types of
detection on the panel's detection circuitry
Interchangeable with Hochiki America's standard
smoke and heat detector bases.
Size and color similar to other Hochiki America
smoke and heat detectors.
Easily Maintained - cleaning can be accomplished
without disassembling the detector.
Not UL Listed

SPECIFICATIONS
Rated Voltage:
Working Voltage:
Normal Current:
Alarm Current:
Response to Ultraviolet:

17.6 - 27.7 VDC


15 - 30 VDC
200 A @ 24 VDC
250mA Maximum
1850 - 3000 Angstrom

There is no set area for which the HF-24 Ultraviolet


Detector is able to cover. The reason is that the size of
the fire and the distance from this fire to the detector all
effect how the detector will respond. There is one nonvariable, however, and that is very small fires must have
a duration of at least 7-15 seconds if within 12 feet, 2030 seconds at 25 feet.

OPERATION
The HF-24 uses an ultraviolet detector tube which absorbs
very weak ultraviolet light such as that emitted from a
flame. This is detected as a train of discharge pulses
creating a current. The electronic circuitry in the detector
body translates this action as an alarm signal. There is
a counter circuit which prevents the alarm from occurring
from one-shot ultraviolet light such as lightning or cosmic
flares. Additionally there are circuit refinements which
limit the detection of only wave lengths from 1850 to 3000
angstroms thus ignoring visible and infrared light.

Ambient Temperature:
14 to 122 Fahrenheit (-10 C to +50 C)
Mounting:

Color:

HSC-4R, HSB series,


NS4 series, NS6 series &
HSC-xxx L series bases
Ivory ACS

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

See Reverse Side for


Detection Range Graph
and Wiring Diagram.

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09/2004

DETECTION RANGE

Ceiling
120

#1

2m
Ceiling Height

3m

#2

4m
5m
6m
7m
8m

Floor
# 1: Flame from a candle or lighter
# 2: Flame from a wad or newspaper, burning flame

WIRING DIAGRAMS
NS Series and HSC Series Base
HSC SERIES

(+)

NS6 SERIES

COMPATIBLE
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

NS4 SERIES

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

(-)

HSB-2 Wire
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

(+)
LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
3.9K 1/2W

(-)
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY
NEGATIVE

Hochiki America Corporation HF-24

16mA MAX.
OUTPUT

(-)

16mA MAX.
OUTPUT

CURRENT LIMTED AT 24VDC

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DH-98 CONVENTIONAL DUCT DETECTOR


STANDARD FEATURES
Detects and limits the spread of smoke throughout

Duct housing is available with either a conventional


photoelectric or ionization detector.

SPECIFICATIONS
DH-98-P

Operating Voltage

DH-98-HVP

115V AC,
24V AC/DC

Duct Detector Model #

230V AC,
24V AC/DC

Detector Head Model

SLR-24DH

SLR-24DH

Detector Head Type

Conventional
Photoelectric

Conventional
Photoelectric

Power Requirements
Standby

8mA

230 VAC
14mA

115 VAC
24 VAC
Power Requirements
Alarm

20mA

20mA

24 VDC

13mA

13mA

230 VAC

15mA

115 VAC

28mA

24 VAC

95mA

24 VDC

60mA

60mA

1 form "C" and


1 form "A" rated
at 10 amps @
125 VAC.

1 form "C" and


1 form "A" rated
at 10 amps @
250 VAC

Alarm Contacts

1 Form A (1A)

1 Form "C" rated at 10 amps


@ 250VAC

Self Diagnostic
Test

Self Diagnostic
Test

Power, Alarm,
Horn/Piezo,
Test

Power, Alarm,
Horn/Piezo,
Test

Sensitivity Test Method


Remote Indication Capability
(Refer to DH-98 Accessories
Data Sheet for Specifications)
Air Velocity

DESCRIPTION
The HOCHIKI AMERICA DH-98 Duct Smoke Detector
provides early detection of smoke and products of
combustion present in air moving through HVAC ducts in
Commercial, Industrial and Residential applications. The
DH-98 is designed to prevent the recirculation of smoke in
areas by the air handling systems, fans and blowers.
Complete systems may be shut down in the event of smoke
detection. The HOCHIKI AMERICA DH-98-P operate on
115 VAC, 24 VAC and 24 VDC and the DH-98-HVP operate
on 230 VAC, 24 VAC and 24 VDC.

1 Form A (1A)

1 Form "C" rated at 10 amps


@ 125VAC

Detection Loop
Trouble Contacts

95mA

building HVAC ducts


Ability to interconnect (all relays operate with a single
alarm) up to 30 units using the same independent
power supply
Compatible with building automation and fire
alarm systems
Installs quickly and easily
Interchangeable Plug-In photoelectric or
ionization heads
No screens or filters to clean
Cover provides magnet window and
placement guide for operational testing without
disassembly
Rugged gray steel back box with clear cover
Accessories - Remote power, remote alarm
indication capability and remote, horn/piezo
capability
Meets UL 268A Requirements

300 to 4000 ft./min

Ambient Temperature

32F to 100F (0C to 38C)

Humidity

10% to 85% Relative Humidity (non-condensing)

Housing Material

18 G.A. steel backbox, clear plastic cover

Finish

Grey Paint

Dimensions

The DH-98 is designed and built to meet all local


requirements, as well as the NFPA regulations regarding
duct smoke detectors. Output terminals are provided for
remote accessories such as a horn, strobe, remote status
indicators and reset key switches or push buttons.

9 1/8"L X 7 1/4"W X 2 1/4"H

Maximum Net Weight

2.5 ft., 5 ft. or 10 ft.

Radioactive Element

DH-98-I and DH-98-HVI Only: Americum 241 0.5 Mirco-Curie

California
State Fire
Marshal
3005751
3240-0410:155

3 lbs.

Sampling Tubes

PRODUCT LISTINGS

S1383
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Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
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03/2011

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION,

continued

Air sampling is accomplished by two tubes which protrude into the duct. An exhaust tube of one standard length (7.5")
is supplied in the installation kit with the smoke duct unit. Once the duct width has been determined the air intake
sampling tubes must be ordered. Sampling tubes are supplied in three standard lengths 2.5 ft., 5 ft. and 10 ft. and cut
to size to fit the duct. Mounting the duct smoke unit is accomplished by the use of a template and 4 sheet metal
screws, which are provided. Mounting can be achieved without the removal of the clear cover which is secured by 4
capture screws.
The compact DH-98 contains 3 sets of alarm contacts; 1 set of form C contacts rated at 10 amps, 1 set of form A
contacts rated at 10 amps and 1 set of form A contacts rated at 1 amp. There is also 1 set of form C 10 amp trouble
contacts for monitoring detector head removal, and the failure of the input supply voltage.
The pilot and alarm visual indicators provided on the front of the DH-98 duct unit signal the operating status of the
device. A manual test/reset switch is located along side the visual indicators.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
Air duct smoke detectors shall be HOCHIKI AMERICA DH-98 Series. The detectors shall be listed by Underwriters
Laboratories per UL 268A. The detectors shall operate at air velocities from 300 feet per minute to 4000 feet per minute.
The detectors shall have the ability to interconnect up to 30 units using the same independent power supply.
The duct detector housings shall be of metal construction and complete mechanical installation may be performed
without removal of the detector cover. Visual indication of alarm and power must be provided on detector front. A manual
reset switch shall be located on the front of the device. Detector heads shall not require additional filters or screens
which must be maintained. The housing shall contain a detector base which will accept photoelectric or ionization
detector heads. Terminal connections shall be of the screw type and be a minimum of # 6 screw. Terminals shall be
provided for remote pilot, remote alarm indication, strobe/horn and remote key switch. All wiring must comply with local
codes and regulations.

WIRING DIAGRAMS

A LA R M
CONTACTS
1 0 .0 A @ 1 1 5 V A C

S ee
P ower
C o n n e c tio n s

A LA R M
CO NTACTS
1A @ 24V DC

10

11

12

*T R O U B L E
CO NTACTS
10.0A @ 11 5V A C

13

14

REMO TE
A C C E S S O R IE S

15

16

17

18

19

* T ro u b le c o n tac ts a re sh o w n in n o n -e n e rg ize d
c o n d itio n . T ro u b le c o n tac ts m o n ito r p o w e r
c o n n e c te d a n d h e a d re m o v ed .

D H -9 8 D U C T S M O K E D E T E C T O R
24V A C , 60H z
@ 0 .1 A M P M A X .(D e te c to r o n ly ).
U P T O 1 . 9 A M P S F O R A U X IL IA R Y
O U T P U T S (H O R N S /S T R O B E S ).

24V D C
@ 0 .1 A M P M A X .(D e te c to r o n ly ).
U P T O 1 .9 A M P S F O R A U X IL I A R Y
O U T P U T S (H O R N S /S T R O B E S ).

20

D H -9 8 -I
-P

D H -9 8 -P
- 98

2 4 V .A . C . O P E R A T IO N

2 4 V .D .C . O P E R A T I O N

1 1 5 V A C 6 0 H z IN P U T
@ 0 .1 A M P M A X .

2 3 0 V A C 6 0 H z IN P U T
@ 0 .1 A M P M A X .

D H -9 8 -I
-P

D H -9 8 -H V I
P

1 1 5 V .A .C . O P E R A T IO N

2 3 0 V . A . C . O P E R A T IO N

INTERCONNECT WIRING DIAGRAMS


DUCT UNIT #1

INPUT
POWER

Input Power Source


Will Be Either
24V, 115V or 230V

DUCT UNIT #2

DUCT UNIT #3

P
P

16

16

18

Hochiki America Corporation DH-98 Conventional

16

18

18

Specifications subject to change without notice.

DH-98 DUCT DETECTOR REMOTE ACCESSORIES


APPLICATION

SPECIFICATIONS

The DH-98 Duct Detector Remote Accessories are


designed to be used with the DH-98 Conventional
and DH-98 Analog Duct Detectors to provide audible
and visual indication as well as remote test/reset
functions.

Power Requirements
Alarm LED
Pilot LED
Horn
Sound Pressure
Horn
Dimensions
Single Gang

These devices are contructed of brushed stainless


steel and mount on a standard single or double gang
backbox.

Double Gang

ALARM

MS-RA
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP
DH-98-A, DH-98-AR

ALARM

PILOT

TEST/RESET

ALARM

TEST/RESET

ALARM

PILOT

MS-KA/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Key-Operated Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP
DH-98-AR

MS-RA/P
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

ALARM

TEST/RESET

ALARM

PILOT

TEST/RESET

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

15 mA
15 mA
20 mA @ 24 VDC
78 db @ 10 feet
2.75" (69.85mm) W
4.5" (114.3mm) H
4.5" (114.3mm) W
4.5" (114.3mm) H

MS-KA/P/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
Key-Operated Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

MS-RA/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Push-button Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP
DH-98-AR

MS-RA/P/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
Push-button Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

04/2010

MS-RH/KA/P/R
Functions:
Remote Alarm Horn
Remote Alarm LED (red)
Pilot LED (green)
Key-Operated Test/Reset
Switch
For Use with:
DH-98-I, DH-98-P
DH-98-HVI, DH-98-HVP

ALARM

PILOT

TEST/RESET

WIRING DIAGRAM
RED
RED
RED
24VDC

ALARM

ALARM

GREEN
24VDC

HORN

PILOT
LED

LED
BLACK

BLACK

ALARM

PILOT

BLACK

KEY OR
24VDC

PUSH BUTTON
"TEST/RESET"
SWITCH

BLACK

TEST/RESET

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
PUSH
KEY
PILOT ALARM BUTTON OPERATED
TEST/
TEST/
LED
LED
RESET
RESET
(GREEN) (RED)

HORN

SINGLE
GANG

DOUBLE
GANG

MODEL #
MS-RA
MS-RA/P
MS-RA/R
MS-RA/P/R
MS-KA/R
MS-KA/P/R
MS-RH/KA/P/R
Hochiki America Corporation DH-98 Duct Detector Remote Accessories

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Conventional Detector Bases


NS6 AND NS4 SERIES BASE

NS Series Bases

Alarm Curr ent

ID

NS6-224 O R N S4-224

43mA (70mA @ 33.0V MAX)

HB-5

NS6-220 O R N S4-220

93mA (136mA @ 33.0V MAX)

HB-3

NS6-221 O R N S4-221

46mA (77mA @ 33.0V MAX)

HB-4

NS6-100* O R NS4-100*

150mA @ 15.0 33.0V MAX)

The NS6 and NS4 Series is designed specifically for use with
HOCHIKI Conventional Models SIJ-24 Ionization Smoke Detector,
SLR-24V Photoelectric Smoke Detector, SLV-24, SLV-24N, SLV-24V
Photoelectric Smoke Detectors, SLR-24H Photoelectric with Heat
Smoke Detector, SLR-835 Photoelectric Smoke Detector, SLR-835H
Photelectric Smoke Detector w/heat, or DCD-135/190 Fixed
Temperature/Rate-of-Rise Heat Detector. The Base is an electronics
free 6" base featuring a plastic tamper-lock lug. Each base is
equipped with a resistor. Refer to the chart (left) for additional
specifications. The NS4 base is a 4" version of the NS6 base.

HB-55

*Requires external current ext ernal limiting to 150mA maximum

HSC- (X)R RELAY BASE &


HSC- 4R 4 WIRE BASE

Models HSC-224R, HSC-220R and the HSC-221R are designed


specifically for use with the HOCHIKI Conventional Models SIJ-24,
SLR-24V, SLR-24H, SLV-24, SLV-24N, SLV-24V, SLR-835, SLR835H or DCD-135/190. The HSC-(X)R series is a 6" base with two
sets of Form "C" relay contacts.
Models HSC-224R, HSC-220R and the HSC-221R are also
approved for use with HOCHIKI previous Conventional Models
SIH-24F, SLK-24F, SLK-24FH and the DFE 135/190.

2 Wi re Auxil iary Relay


Bases

Alarm Curr ent

ID

HSC-224R

43mA (58mA @ 30.0V MAX)

HB-73

HSC-220R

88mA (98mA @ 26.5V MAX)

HB-72
HB-71

HSC-221R

49mA (62mA @ 30.0V MAX)

4 Wire Base

Alarm Curr ent

ID

HSC-4R

43mA (58mA @ 30.0V MAX)

N/A

HSC-4R12

47mA (75mA @ 18.0V MAX)

N/A

HSC- (X) L LATCHING LED BASE

2 Wir e Latchi ng

Alarm Curr ent

ID

HSC-224L

35-42mA @ 24V (54mA MAX)

HB-62

67-80mA @ 24V

HB-64

HSC-220L

The HSC-4R is designed specifically for 24 volt 4 wire applications


using HOCHIKI Conventional Models SIJ-24, SLR-24V, SLR-24H,
SLV-24, SLV-2N, SLV-24V, SLR-835, SLR-835H or DCD-135/190. The
6" diameter base is current limited. Relay contact place a direct short
circuit across the loop when the detector is actuated.
Model HSC-4R is also approved for use with previous HOCHIKI
Conventional Models SIH-24F, SLK-24F, SLK-24FH and the DFE 135/
190.
The HSC-4R12 is designed specifically for 12 volt 4 wire applications
using HOCHIKI Conventional Models SLR-835, SLR-835H. The 6"
diameter base is current limited. Relay contact place a direct short
circuit across the loop when the detector is actuated.
Model HSC-4R12 is also approved for use with previous HOCHIKI
Conventional Model SLK-835.

The HSC-L Base Series is designed specifically for use with the
HOCHIKI Fixed Temperature Heat Detectors Models
DFE-135/ 190.
The HSC-L Series is a 6" base featuring a current limiting
resistor, latching annunciator output and a latching circuit so the
alarm LED will remain lit until the control panel has been reset.

(88.5mA @ 26. 5V DC MAX )


HSC-221L

37-45mA @ 24V (57mA MAX)

HB-63

We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate. However, we cannot cover all specifications or
anticipate all requirements. For additional information contact your local distributor or Hochiki America Corporation.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0014

04/2010

Conventional Detector Bases


NS4 AND NS6 SERIES BASE
2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for example
only. Not all annunciators
have in line resistance.

NEGATIVE

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
- BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

HSC-(X)R RELAY BASE


2-WIRE OPERATION
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

GRY
BLU
GRN
YEL
ORN
PUR

HSC- (X) R SERIES

PIGTAIL AUXILLIARY
CONTACTS
TWO FORM "C"

RELAYS SHOWN WITH


POWER OFF.

HSC-4R FOUR WIRE BASE

Relay Contact Ratings: 2A @ 30VDC


1A @ 120VAC

4-WIRE OPERATION

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

INITIATING
CIRCUIT

LISTED
END OF LINE
RELAY
HA-EOLR-12 OR HA-EOLR-24

UL LISTED
POWER
SUPPLY
12VDC OR 24VDC

H1
H2

H1,H2 - TERMINAL
PIGTAIL AUXILLIARY CONTACTS
ONE FORM "C"

YEL
ORN
PUR

HSC-4R OR HSC-4R12

Relay Contact Ratings: 2A @ 30VDC


1A @ 120VAC

HSC- (X) L LATCHING LED BASE


2-WIRE OPERATION
COMPATIBLE
UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY
NEGATIVE

HSC-(X) L SERIES

Pig Tail Lead

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE

NS6 SERIES

We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate. However, we cannot cover all specifications or anticipate all
requirements. For additional information contact your local distributor or Hochiki America Corporation.
Hochiki America Corporation Conventional Detector Bases

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Conventional Marine Type Detector Bases


SPECIFICATION
NS Series Bases

ID

NS6-220
HA #0300-04840
NS4-220
HA #0300-04830

NS6-220 AND NS4-220

Alarm Current
93mA (150mA @ 24.0V MAX)

HB-3

93mA (150mA @ 24.0V MAX)

HB-3

DESCRIPTION
PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal
7272-0410:174
S1383

The NS6-220 and NS4-220 are designed specifically for


use with the HOCHIKI Conventional Marine Use Model
SLV-24 Photoelectric Smoke Detector. The Base is an
electronics free 6" base featuring a plastic tamper-lock
lug. The base is equipped with a resistor. Refer to the
chart for additional specifications. The NS4-220 base
is a 4" version of the NS6-220 base.
Ensure to request the "Marine Base" during the ording
process.

NS4-220 AND NS6-220 BASE WIRING


UL LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL
PANEL
POWER
SUPPLY
NEGATIVE

LISTED
END OF LINE
DEVICE
Resistor shown is for example
only. Not all annunciators
have in line resistance.

NS4 SERIES

NS6 SERIES

Annunciation device must be current limited to 20 mA @


24VDC Maximum. Not limiting current could result in
damage to the detector or cause a no alarm condition.

NOTE: - WIRING TERMINALS FOR THE NS4


AND NS6 ARE IDENTICAL
- BASES WITH THE "W" SUFFIX
ARE WHITE IN COLOR

We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate. However, we cannot cover all specifications or
anticipate all requirements. For additional information contact your local distributor or Hochiki America Corporation.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0112

09/2010

SBC - CONVENTIONAL SOUNDER BASE


DESCRIPTION

Shown without detector

Shown with detector

STANDARD FEATURES
Wide operating voltage
Selectable Evacuation Codes: continuous or temporal
Three different configurations: individual, group, and

global modes
High sound pressure level (85 dB at 10 ft)
Can be configured to satisfy a wide variety of
applications
Available with or without relay, 2 and 4 wire
configurations, and bone or white color

The Models SBC Conventional Sounder Base Series


are designed specifically for use with HOCHIKI NS
conventional style smoke detectors Models SIJ-24
Ionization Smoke Detector, SLR-24V Photoelectric
Smoke Detector and SLR-835 Wide Operating Voltage
Photoelectric Smoke Detectors. The SBC Series will
provide an audible evacuation signal (continuous or
temporal Code) upon detector alarm. Easily configured
to 12 or 24-volt applications through use of a dipswitch,
the bases can also be configured to activate in individual, group, or global modes. The relay base model
SBC-2R contains two sets of Form C Relay Contacts
rated at 1 Amps @ 28VDC or 0.5 Amps @ 120VAC.
All models come in 6 diameter size and are available
in both bone and white colored plastic.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model

SBC-2, 2W

Operating Voltage Range

8.7-30VDC
26mA@8.7VDC
35mA@12VDC
65mA@24VDC

Max. Alarm Current

Contact Rating of Relay


Alarm Contact Rating
Max. Humidity
Sound Pressure Level at 10ft
Operating Temperature Range
Dimensions
Weight
Compatible Detectors

19-30VDC
53mA@19VDC
65mA@24VDC

GROUP/
GLOBAL MODE
30mA@19VDC
40mA@24VDC

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4
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4
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1
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4
4

Rated Voltage

12mA@8.7VDC
18mA@12VDC
45mA@24VDC

1A@28VDC
OR
0.5A@120VAC

93%RH(non-condensing)

93%RH(non-condensing)

85 dB

32F (0C) to

100F (38C)

5.94 x 1.34

10-18VDC

18-30VDC

75mA@12VDC

65mA@24VDC

24VDC

12VDC

2A@30VDC OR 0.5A@120VAC
2A@30VDC OR 0.5A@120VAC
93%RH(non-condensing)

85 dB

32F (0C) to

100F (38C)

5.94 x 1.34

0.365 lb

SLR-24V, SIJ-24, SLR835/-835W/-835H/835HW

PRODUCT LISTINGS
Underwriters Laboratories: S1383
CSFM #: 7300-0410:160
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

0.455 lb

SLR-24V, SIJ-24, SLR835/-835W/-835H/835HW

SBC-4/24, 4/24W

SBC-4/12, 4/12W

SBC-2R, 2RW
GROUP/
GLOBAL MODE

85 dB
32F( 0C ) to 100F (38C)

5.94 x 1.34
0.455 lb
SLR-835/-835W

SLR-24V, SLR835H/-835HW

Note: W at the end of model designation indicates


white colored plastic.

Continued on back.

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0012

11/2005

GROUP SOUNDER WIRING DIAGRAM (2 WIRE) SBC-2 AND 2R


NEXT DEVICE

EOL
RESISTOR

INITIATING
LOOP
UL
LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

NEXT DEVICE

TOP VIEW
OR

CONVENTIONAL SOUNDER BASE 12V/24V WITHOUT RELAY (2 WIRE) SBC-2

P57
1

20

EOL
RELAY

+12

+12

-12

-12

NEXT

NEXT

J2

J2
J4

J4
S1

8
G

AL

05
8

J3

S1

CO

8
G

AL

J3

VLT

GRY

BRN

05
8

CO

ON

GRN
YEL
ORG
RED
BLK
WHT

BRN

VLT

GRY

GRN
YEL
ORG
RED
BLK
WHT

ON

12V/24V
AUX

20

P57

BOTTOM VIEW
CONVENTIONAL SOUNDER BASE 24V WITH RELAY (2 WIRE) SBC-2R

1
20
P 57

20
P57
1

NC
NO
COM
+ 12

J2

J2

24V ONLY
AUX

NC
NO
COM
+ 12

NEXT

J4

J4

NEXT

S1

J3

8S

CO

DS

05

7
6

AL

05

S
GD

4
3

CO
AL

2
1
1

ON

ON

GRY

VLT

BRN

GRN
YEL
ORG
RED
BLK
WHT

VLT

GRY

BRN

GRN
YEL
ORG
RED
BLK
WHT

S1

J3
8S

EOL
RELAY

- 12

- 12

NOTES: FOR ADDITIONAL SOUNDER WIRING DIAGRAM SBC-2, AND SBC-2R INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION HA-06-085.

INDIVIDUAL SOUNDER WIRING DIAGRAM (4 WIRE) SBC-4


NEXT DEVICE

UL LISTED
12V/24V

EOL
RELAY

POWER
SUPPLY

12V: SBC-4/12
24V: SBC-4/24

NEXT DEVICE

TOP VIEW

P5

03

7203

P572
J2

NEXT

J4

NEXT

J3

J3
ON

4
3
2
1
1

RED
BLK
RED
BLK
GRN
YEL
ORG
RED
BLK
WHT

S1

S1

RE D
BLK
RE
D
BLK
GRN
YEL
ORG
RE
D
BLK
WH
T

ON

J4

RED
BLACK

NC
NO
COM
+ 12
- 12

J2

UL
LISTED
CONTROL
PANEL

NC
NO
COM
+ 12
- 12

INITIATING
LOOP

RED

RED
BLACK

BLACK

EOL
RESISTOR

BOTTOM VIEW

NOTES: FOR ADDITIONAL SOUNDER WIRING DIAGRAM SBC-4 INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION HA-06-086.
Hochiki America Corporation Conventional Sounder Base

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SZA-NA(FM) HIGH SENSITIVITY SMOKE


DETECTION SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki America SZA-NA(FM) high sensitivity
smoke detection system is capable of detecting
minute particles of smoke. The SZA-NA(FM) is ideal
for applications where response time is critical. It
provides the earliest response to fires available. The
SZA-NA(FM) provides a detection solution for rooms
with high air flow, and rooms with large open spaces.

SPECIFICATIONS
STANDARD FEATURES

Detects very low density smoke


200 m2 detection area (2150 ft2)
No filter necessary
N/O or N/C alarm contacts form A, form B
Automatic and manual laser tests
Four selectable sensitivity ranges:
*Sensitivity 1: 0.005 to 0.1%/m (0.002 to 0.03%/ft)
*Sensitivity 2: 0.01 to 0.2%/m (0.003 to 0.06%/ft)
*Sensitivity 3: 0.025 to 0.5%/m (0.008 to 0.15%/ft)
*Sensitivity 4: 0.25 to 5.0%/m (0.08 to 1.55%/ft)
3 alarm levels:
*Alarm 1 (low)
*Alarm 2 (medium)
*Alarm 3 (high)

Power Supply
24 VDC 10% 0.5A or less
Current Output
4-20mA DC output (Receiving resistance: 100 ohm or less)
Contact Output
Alarm 1 output, Alarm 2 output , Alarm 3 output,
& System Fault output
Contact Capacity
24 VDC, 0.5A or less (each contact output)
Contact Output Logic
NO (form A) or NC (form B) selectable
by a jumper pin
AC Power Supply Monitoring Input
NO (form A) or NC (form B) selectable
by system setting
Internal Wiring
Heat-resistance shielded wires
Materials
Body & panel: Steel plate of 0.8 mm thick, baked painting
Display operating panel: Steel plate of 1.0 mm thick
Colors
Body & panel:
Munsell 2.5Y9/1 or equivalent
Display operating panel: Munsell 5Y6/0.5 or equivalent
Weight
Approximately 8.2 lbs. (3.7kg.)
Dimensions
12.48" W x 8.86" H x 4.00" D
317mm x 225mm x 102mm

Exploded View of Front Panel

PRODUCT LISTINGS

Operating Temperature 14F to 122F


(-10 C to +50 C)

Installation
Accessory

Indoor (Non-condensing)
Dedicated flexible pipe

3026973
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0069

01/2007

OPERATION
An aspirating smoke detection system continuously draws air from the monitored area into the sampling pipes. The
air is drawn from the sampling pipes into the main sampling unit. In the main sampling unit, the air is analyzed by
very sensitive laser detection components. The laser detection components constantly monitor for the presence of
smoke particles.
If smoke particles are detected, the unit will activate the alarm output relays in accordance with the sensitivity
selected and the alarm level reached. The SZA-NA(FM) High Sensitivity Smoke Detector is between 20 and 1000
times more sensitive than spot-type smoke detectors. The SZA-NA(FM) has three alarm stages. Alarm 1 is the
lowest obscuration alarm (high sensitivity), activating when very small amounts of smoke are detected. The Orange
Alarm 1 LED will light, and the Alarm 1 relay will activate. As the smoke density reaches alarm level 2, the Red
Alarm 2 LED will light and Alarm 2 relay will activate. As the smoke density reaches alarm level 3, the Red Alarm 3
LED will flash and the Alarm 3 relay will activate.
The SZA-NA(FM) is ideal for use in areas such as computer server rooms, clean rooms, telecommunication
equipment rooms, medical equipment/operating rooms, power generation plants, and many other applications. By
continuously sampling the area, the SZA-NA(FM) can provide the earliest warning of the presence of smoke, even
before the smoke is visible to the human eye.

1
2
3
1 Relay Connections 2 Jumpers (N/O or N/C)
4 Fan Unit
5 Laser Unit and Air Flow Sensor

TERMINAL BLOCK

Hochiki America Corporation SZA-NA(FM)

4
3 Programming Display
6 24 VDC Fuse

MOUNTING

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Series HPS-SAH, HPS-SAK, HPS-DAH, HPS-DAH/S, HPS-DAK, HPS-DAK/S


Manual Non-Coded Pull Station

STANDARD FEATURES

Metal Construction
Enclosed switch with glass rod (included)
10 Amps @ 120 VAC
Available in: Single Action, Dual Action and
Dual Action in Spanish (HPS-DAH/S)
UL, CSFM Listed
Made in USA

HPS-SAH

HPS-SAK
DESCRIPTION
Hochiki Americas Models HPS series pull stations
are available in six models:

HPS-DAH

HPS-DAH/S

HPS-SAH single action


HPS-SAK single action with key lock
HPS-DAH dual action
HPS-DAH/S dual action (Spanish)
HPS-DAK dual action with key lock
HPS-DAK/S dual action with key lock (Spanish)

Each model is constructed of a solid die cast housing


and comes in glossy red. The back switch plate is
plated steel. The electrical switch is rated for 10 Amps
@ 120 VDC normally open contact rating. All models
are connected via terminal block connections.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal

S6512

HPS-DAK

7150-0410:162

HPS-DAK/S
Continued on back.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0033

03/2010

Rear View

Front View

PULL DOWN

SPECIFICATION

ELECTRICAL WIRING

Hochiki America Corporation Series HPS-SAH, HPS-SAK, HPS-DAH, HPS-DAH/S, HPS-DAK, HPS-DAK/S

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HPS-SAH-WP Weather Proof Manual Pull Stations


DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki HPS-SAH-WP Weatherproof Manual Pull
Station is a UL Listed fire alarm initiating device
suitable for applications requiring outdoor mounting of
the manual fire alarm pull station. The HPS-SAH-WP
is appropriate for applications where the manual pull
station may be subject to wet conditions.
The HPS-SAH-WP consists of a die-cast aluminum
back box, Neoprene sealing gasket and a special
manual fire alarm box. The unit is a high quality pull
station constructed entirely of nontoxic materials with
a low profile and rounded edges to fit most design
requirements. All components are pre-painted, or have
plated surfaces to inhibit corrosion.
The latching pull-down lever on the HPS-SAH-WP
requires a hex key to reset it. This allows only
authorized personnel to reset the manual pull station
so that the origin of the alarm can be determined
easily.

STANDARD FEATURES

Weatherproof Manual Pull Station


10 A, 120 VAC contacts
Rugged die-cast aluminum housing
Neoprene sealing gasket
Corrosion-resistant construction
Hex reset
Latching pull-down lever
Screw terminal connections

The HPS-SAH-WP has one set of Normally Open


contacts rated for 10A @ 120 VAC, making the device
suitable for installations involving large current loads.
The HPS-SAH-WP conforms with the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA).

Manual Station

SPECIFICATIONS
Contact Current Rating 10A @ 120 VAC

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal

S6512

To Fire Alarm
Control/Communicator
zone or point

1
N/O

Switch

7150-0410:162

Wire Connections

Specifications subject to change without notice

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0035

03/2010

Hochiki America Corporation

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HPS-DAK-WP Weatherproof Manual Pull Stations


DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki HPS-DAK-WP Weatherproof Manual Pull
Station is a fire alarm initiating device suitable for
applications requiring outdoor mounting of the fire
alarm manual pull station. The HPS-DAK-WP is
appropriate for applications where the manual pull
station may be subject to wet conditions.
The HPS-DAK-WP consists of a die-cast aluminum
back box, Neoprene sealing gasket and a special
manual fire alarm box. The unit is a high quality pull
station constructed entirely of nontoxic materials with
a low profile and rounded edges to fit most design
requirements. All components are pre-painted, or have
plated surfaces to inhibit corrosion.
The latching pull-down lever on the HPS-DAK-WP
requires a key to reset it. This allows only authorized
personnel to reset the manual pull station so that the
origin of the alarm can be determined easily.

STANDARD FEATURES

Weatherproof Manual Pull Station


10 A, 120 VAC contacts
Rugged die-cast aluminum housing and backbox
Neoprene sealing gasket

Corrosion-resistant construction
KEY reset
Lift and Latching pull-down lever
Enclosed switch with glass rod (Included)
Screw terminal connections

SPECIFICATIONS
Model

Contact

Contact Rating

HPS-DAK-WP

(1) Form A

The HPS-DAK-WP has one set of Normally Open


contacts rated for 10A @ 120 VAC, making the device
suitable for installations involving large current loads.
The HPS-DAK-WP conforms with the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA).

Manual Station

To Fire Alarm
Control/Communicator
zone or point

N/O

10A @ 120 VAC

Switch

Wire Connections
Specifications subject to change without notice

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

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F0086

06/2010

Hochiki America Corporation

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HPS-CP CALL POINT BREAK GLASS STATIONS


SPECIFICATIONS
Contacts

Normally Open

Contact Current Rating 3A @ 120 VAC


Dimensions (WxHxD)

3.5" x 5 1/4" x 3/4"

DESCRIPTION
Hochiki America Models HPS-CP series pull stations
are available in two models:
HPS-CP call point/break glass
HPS-CP/S call point/break glass (Spanish)

HPS-CP

The Hochiki HPS-CP series is very dependable break


glass station intended for simple yet failsafe operation.
The actuating switch is a heavy duty plunger type, with
a Glass plate covering (2.5" x 2.5") which is a
Factrolite single strength (obscured) type. Design of
this station is such that it seems to inhibit the "false
alarm" factor that is so prevalent in public schools and
places of public assembly. The steel rod attached to
the station is not necessary to break the glass. A
slight blow of the hand, coin, key, pencil, etc. is
sufficient to break the glass and initiate the alarm.
The HPS-CP is intended for mounting in a standard
electrical outlet box.

WIRING DIAGRAM
TOP REAR VIEW

L1
IN INITIATING
L2
CIRCUIT
L2 OUT
L1

HPS-CP/S
STANDARD FEATURES
Actuating switch, a heavy duty plunger type
Glass plate (2.5" x 2.5"), a Factrolite single
strength (obscured) type.
Steel rod attached
Mounts in a standard electrical outlet box
Available in English & Spanish
UL listed
Made in USA

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal

S6512

7150-0410:164

Specifications subject to change without notice

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0059

03/2010

Hochiki America Corporation HPS-CP

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HPS-SA-EX/WP Explosion Proof Manual Pull Stations


DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki HPS-SA-EX/WP Explosion Proof Manual
Pull Station is a single action, UL listed fire alarm
initiating device. With a UL rating of class I groups B
(hydrogen), C and D; class II groups E, F and G; class
III and an outdoor rating of type 4X, this station offers
unmatched placement flexibility. The 2 sets of Form
"C" (NO/C/NC) contacts are rated for 10 Amps at 120/
240 VAC. The HPS-SA-EX/WP has an easily identifiable pull down lever and contains an integral break
glass rod carrier.

STANDARD FEATURES
Compatible with all Hochiki Control Panels
Rugged die-cast housing
Rated class I group B (hydrogen) C&D, class II
groups E,F,G, class III, 4X outdoor
Weather Proof
Corrosion-resistant construction
Latching alarm levers
Screw Terminals 12-22 AWG
Key-locked reset
Optional glass break rod
DPDT Contacts

SPECIFICATIONS
Contacts

DPDT Form "C" (NO/C/NC)

Contact Current Rating 10 Amps @ 120/240 VAC


Dimensions (HxWxD)

The unit is a high quality manual fire alarm box constructed entirely of a high strength metal die-cast alloy
with a low profile and rounded edges to fit most design
applications. All components are prepainted or have
plated surfaces to inhibit corrosion. Non-corroding
screw terminals are provided for wire connections to
the HPS-SA-EX/WP.
The HPS-SA-EX/WP is manufactured in conformance
with the standards set forth in the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA).
The HPS-SA-EX/WP has a white pull down lever in its
center. Pulling down the lever latches it into place.
The HPS-SA-EX/WP's normally open contact switch is
shorted causing an alarm on the fire initiating loop.
The pull down lever can not be reset unless the correct
key is inserted into the manual fire alarm box lock and
the unit is opened. The latching lever can then be
restored to its normal position.
When the HPS-SA-EX/WP is being reset and has a
glass break rod installed, all debris must be removed
prior to installing another rod to ensure the unit will
close and lock securely.

PRODUCT LISTINGS

4.75 in. x 3.125 in. x


3.375 in. (12.1 cm x 7.9
cm x 8.6 cm)

Specifications subject to change without notice

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

California
State Fire

E236171

7151-0410:163

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F0034

04/2010

TSE-A100 SELF-CONTAINED SMOKE GENERATOR


APPLICATION
The Hochiki America TSE-A100 is one of the most
advanced units of its kind and is the result of extensive
research and development aimed at making the job of
testing detectors a simple and efficient operation .
The TSE-A100 can be used to test all types of smoke
detectors by applying smoke from an internal smoke
source.
Although this is not a calibrated amount of smoke, the
TSE-A100 is an excellent choice for periodic functional
testing of smoke detectors.

OPERATION

STANDARD FEATURES

Tests all types of smoke detectors.


Completely self contained and portable.
Extends from 5.25 feet to 14.1 feet.
Internal Smoke Source.
Non-Toxic Smoke Source.
Unit includes shoulder sling carrying case.
Optional adapter for high velocity conditions.
Exhaust function to clear detector.
Built-in filter to prevent tar residue from adhering to
the surface of the detector.

Preparation
1. Remove the TSE-A100 from its carrying case.
2. Unscrew the combustion chamber from the
bottom of the TSE-A100.
3. Unscrew the punk stick holder retainer from
the combustion chamber.
4. Insert a punk stick into the punk stick holder in
the combustion chamber.
5. Light the punk stick with a flame.
6. Reassemble the combustion chamber.
7. Screw the combustion chamber back into the
bottom of the TSE-A100
8. Extend the telescopic pole of the TSE-A100 to
a length which enables you to reach the
detector you wish to test.
Testing a Detector
Once you have prepared the TSE-A100, follow the steps
in this section to test smoke detectors.

NOTE: Allow 30 to 60 seconds after igniting punk stick


for sufficient smoke generation.

SPECIFICATIONS
Continued on back

Rated Voltage
Battery
Combustion Material
Weight
Length
Color

3 VDC
2 - "D" Batteries
Punk Stick
(7 mm diameter, 150 mm long)
5 Lbs.
5.25 to 14.1 feet
Brown

PRODUCT PARTS
TSE-A100 Self-Contained Smoke Generator
Punk Stick (Part No. TSE-P100)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

01/2002

OPERATION,

continued

Testing a Detector, continued

Storing the TSE-A100

1. Rotate the combustion chamber so the #2


arrow line sup with the power indicator screw.
The fan powers on and a steady flow of smoke
is released from the tip of the TSE-A100.
2. Raise the extended tip of the TSE-A100 to
within 6-8' of the detector. The detector should
alarm.
If no smoke comes out, check to make sure the
punk stick is ignited, and the power indicator on
the combustion chamber is set to #2.

1. Rotate the combustion chamber to the #1


position to turn the power off.
2. Compress the telescopic pole to its shortest
length.
3. Replace the TSE-A100 in its carry case.
4. Store in a cool, dry place.
5. For extended storage, remove the batteries.

NOTE
1. Use only the filter and combustion material
specified.
2. Check battery capacity before use to assure
efficient operation.
3. Remove batteries before long-period storage.

Telescopic Pole

Power Indicator Screw


Punk Stick Holder Retainer

Combustion Chamber
Punk Stick

Instruction Label

Hochiki America Corporation TSE-A100

Specifications subject to change without notice.

NSRT / NSTT
SMOKE DETECTOR REMOVAL TOOL / TESTER
STANDARD FEATURES
NSRT
Combination removal tool/outer cover removal tool
for AIE, ALG, SIJ, and SLR-24/-835 series sensors/
detectors.
Choose either a Hand held or 15 stainless steel
extension pole with easy grip black handle.
NSTT
NSRT HEAD

NSRT-A100 WITH 15' POLE


(COMPLETE)

Tests Hochiki America SIJ-24 and SLR-24/-835


series smoke detector with a reed switch.
Choose either a Hand held or 15 stainless steel
extension pole with easy grip black handle.
No combustion material needed.
No meter, batteries, or screwdriver required.
Meets outlined requirements in the NFPA72,
Inspection, Testing and Maintenance, Chapter 10.

SPECIFICATIONS
Detector Tester/Removal Tool
Dimensions
NSRT HEAD: 4.0" D x 2.0" H
NSTT HEAD: 4.0" D x 1.5" H
Material
Highly durable PVC
molded plastic
Color
Black - provides visible contrast
Alignment
NSRT HEAD:
One side for arrow labels for
easy visibility, one side for
removal from base.
NSTT HEAD:
One side for sensitivity testing.
NSTT HEAD

Extension Pole
Dimensions
Material
NSTT-A100 WITH 15' POLE
(COMPLETE)

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Pole extends to 15'


Stainless steel with easy grip
black handle

Specifications subject to change without notice.


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F044

02/2005

APPLICATION
NSRT-A100
The Hochiki America NSRT-A100 will enable the user to easily remove and replace the ALG, AIE, SLR, and SIJ series
sensors/ detectors from their mounting bases. Also, the NSRT-A100 is designed to remove the outer covers of the
ALG, AIE and SLR series sensors/detectors
NSTT-A100
The SIJ-24 and SLR-24/-835 series detectors, manufactured with magnetically activated dual reed switches for sensitivity
testing, can be sensitivity tested with the NSTT-A100. This meets the requirements of a UL listed calibrated test
without the use of combustion materials.
The NSTT-A100 is in compliance with the test requirements outlined in the NFPA 72 Inspection, Testing and Maintenance,
Chapter 10.

Hochiki America Corporation NSRT & NSTT

Specifications subject to change without notice.

TRT-A100 SMOKE DETECTOR TESTER/REMOVAL TOOL


APPLICATION
The HOCHIKI America TRT-A100 Smoke Detector Tester/
Removal Tool enables the user to access, test, remove
and reinstall the SIH and SLK series smoke detectors.
The detectors, manufactured with a magnetically
activated dual reed switch for sensitivity testing, can be
sensitivity tested. This meets the requirements of a UL
listed calibrated test without the use of combustion
materials.
The TRT-A100 is in compliance with the test requirements
outlined in the NFPA 72 Inspection, Testing and
Maintenance, Chapter 7.

OPERATION
Test Procedure

STANDARD FEATURES

Combination tester/removal.
Tests Hochiki America smoke detectors with a
dual reed switch.
Choose either a Hand held or 15' stainless steel
extension pole with easy grip black handle.
No combustion material needed.
No meter, batteries, or screwdriver required.
UL listed.
Meets outlined requirements in the NFPA 72
Inspection, Testing and Maintenance, Chapter 7.

SPECIFICATIONS
Detector Tester/Removal Tool
Dimensions
3.4" D x 2.4" H
Material
Highly durable PVC
molded plastic
Color
Gray-provides visible contrast
Alignment
One side for test, one side
for removal. Color-coded
labels for easy visibility
Tester/Removal Tool Handle
Options
Hand Held or Extension Pole
Dimensions
Pole extends to 15'
Material
Stainless steel with
easy grip black handle

This method of sensitivity testing is designed only for


HOCHIKI America smoke detector models SIH and SLK
Series that contain a label which identities this specific
feature. See below. DO NOT attempt to use this method
of sensitivity testing on detectors without this label.

Conduct the testing with detector wired to appropriate


initiating circuit or current limited power source and with
normal applied power. Abnormal or low power conditions
may effect sensitivity. Always reset the power before
you test the next unit.
1. Place the TRT-A100 onto the detector aligning the
orange arrow shown on the removal/test tool with
the tamper resistant set screw on the detector.
2. Wait six to eight seconds. Detector SHOULD NOT
alarm.
Continued on back.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
Underwriters Laboratories: S1316
MEA Report #: 284-91-E Vol. II

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

12/2003

OPERATION, continued

3. If the detector does alarm when the removal/test tool is placed in this position, the detector is not within specified
sensitivity limits and may require service.
4. Rotate the TRT-A100 one-half circle (180). Align white arrow shown on tester tool with tamper resistant set
screw.
5. Wait six to eight seconds. Detector SHOULD alarm and the indicator LED should remain lit.
6. If detector does not alarm when the TRT-A100 is positioned correctly, may not within specified sensitivity limits
and may require service. See Technical Bulletin HA-88 (November '96) for more information.
Removal Procedure
This section explains how to use the HOCHIKI America TRT-A100 Tester/Removal Tool to remove smoke detectors
from their bases.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Flip the TRT-A100 so the five small arrows located beneath the white orange arrows are point upward.
Fit the TRT-A100 to the detector and lock into place.
To remove a detector, rotate the TRT-A100 to the left (counterclockwise).
To install a detector, rotate the TRT-A100 to the right (clockwise).

Hochiki America Corporation TRT-A100

Specifications subject to change without notice.

H E AT D E T E C T O R T E S T E R S

fast
efficient
convenient
innovative
safe
patented
30ft reach

CAT

Heat Detector Testing: Why and How ?


National standards require that heat detectors are tested regularly by application of a heat source.
The SOLO range includes two professional, alternative
solutions to meet that requirement:
1. The cordless SOLO 461, incorporating the innovative
CAT (Cross Air Technology), activates 95% of all spot
type heat detectors (fixed temperature, rate of rise and
combination) within seconds and many times faster
than previous designs.
The rechargeable Battery Batons, mounted inside the
access pole, enable safe and efficient testing without any
trailing cords or the need for a safety transformer.

Or, for those seeking a lower cost solution,


2. The SOLO 409 provides a powerful heat source
contained within the transparent cup, which enables a view
of the illuminated LED upon successful activation.
While the SOLO 409 does need a power cord, it is nonetheless a
professional heat detector testing tool, designed for safe use in
the appropriate environment without causing damage to the
heat detector.

SOLO RANGE INTEGRATION


Both products integrate with the universal SOLO range, which represents today's most advanced system for
testing, removing and replacing both smoke and heat detectors at heights up to 30ft.

SOLO 409
HEAT TESTER
The SOLO 409 is a professional and robust tool for testing heat
detectors fitted at heights up to 30ft. Unlike the SOLO 461, it
does require a power cord lead but, conversely, does not require any
special energy saving features.
q Designed for use on fixed temperature, rate of rise and
combination detectors.
q Suitable for any model of spot type heat detector fitted at heights of
up to 30ft.
q Large clear cup fits over detector enabling a clear view of the
detector LED.
q Tests detectors up to 194F operating temperature.
q Thermal cut-out for added protection.

What is CAT ?
The revolutionary and patented CAT (Cross Air Technology) system applies
the stimulus directly to the sensor in the most efficient way possible - horizontally.

Under the control of a microprocessor,


blown air is heated by the element
just before exiting the duct. The narrow
opening focuses the heat into a 'beam'.

In the case of heat detector testing, CAT:


q
q
q
q
q

Reduces test times dramatically.


Sets detectors into alarm more rapidly than any other safe technique.
Uses the minimum power necessary, thereby extending battery life.
Suits rate of rise, fixed temperature and combination detectors up to 194F.
Minimises the possibility of heat damage to the plastic of the detector.

For tests on combination rate of rise / non-restorable detectors, a silicon baffle is supplied
to ensure correct airflow.

energy efficient

The SOLO 461 incorporates a 'reference platform', which ensures that the 'beam' of heated
air is lined up correctly with the sensor, whatever size and shape of detector.
Under the control of a microprocessor, blown air is heated by the element
just before exiting the duct. The narrow opening focuses the heat into a 'beam'.
Because the hot 'beam' of air is targeted directly at the sensor, substantial amounts of energy
and time are saved. This design allows many more tests per Battery Baton than ever before.

SOLO 461 CORDLESS (CAT) HEAT TESTER


The SOLO 461 provides a solution for testing heat detectors that is second to none.
Its patented design is convenience itself, while offering the fastest functional test possible
in the safest and most controlled way.
q Heat is directed straight at the detector sensor.
q Sets 95% of all heat detector types into alarm within seconds.
q Tests detectors up to 30ft with SOLO universal access poles.
q No cords - power from Battery Baton is delivered to unit via the frame.
q Uses same Battery Batons and charger as previous model - no need to buy new ones.
q Infra-red beam is broken by detector to activate heat generation.
q Microprocessor control maintains constant heat and airflow with variations in battery voltage.
q Goes into standby after 120 secs of use for protection.
q Switches off completely after 5 minutes in standby for further protection.
q Supplied with 2 Battery Batons and fast charger
(operates from 110 / 120V, AC supply
or 12V DC car battery).

Specifications
SOLO 461 (CATTM Cordless)
Suitable detector types :
Maximum detector size :
Number of test:
Maximum height:
Approvals:
Safety Features:

Operating features:

Other interchangeable equipment available in


the

Environment:

range includes:

Functional smoke detector tester.

A single universal detector removal /


extraction tool.

Telescopic access pole to 20ft.

Further extension poles to 30ft.

Spot type, Rate of Rise, Fixed Temperature and Combination up to 194F


Any - so long as the sensing element can be targeted by the heat source
Typically 50 tests of 30 secs duration per Battery BatonTM
Limitless, if using one Battery Baton while charging another
Up to 10ft using SOLO 461 alone. Up to 30ft using SOLO extension poles
CE Mark
UL listed (charger)
Battery over-current cut-out
Element safety cut out after 120 seconds
Auto power off after 5 mins
Color coded LED user feedback
Automatic infrared sensing of detector
Multi position head
1 hour recharge time for Battery Baton (car - 12V DC or 110 / 120V AC)
Operating temperature 40F to 115F
Storage Temperature 15F to 120F
Humidity: 0-85% RH non-condensing

Relevant Weights and Dimensions


Weight
21oz
18oz
2lb 10oz

Solo 460:
Solo 720:
Solo 724:

Dimensions
Inside diameter 4in approx
Diameter 1.15in, Length 19.3in
3in (w) X 5.3in (l) X 2.6in(h)

SOLO 409 (Corded)

Smoke detector sensitivity


testing instrument

Suitable detector types:


Maximum height:
Operating voltages:
Power:
Frequency:
Cable length:
Type of connector:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Safety:

Spot type, Rate of Rise, Fixed Temperature and Combination up to 90C / 194F
Up to 30ft using SOLO extension poles
110 / 120V AC
600W approx
50 / 60 Hz
20in nominal
CEE 17 Industrial
1lb 14oz
Inside diameter 4.5in approx, working depth 3in approx
Thermal cut out, electrically fused, double insulated

Please note the following important information regarding these products:


Not for use in hazardous areas (those containing explosive vapours or dust).
Care must be taken when handling these products immediately after use, as parts may be hot to the touch.
Tests with these products may prove that the detector is operational and capable of responding to heat;
they do not indicate the calibration level of the fixed temperature element or the grade status.
Care needs to be taken when testing combination non-restorable / rate of rise devices.

Ordering Information
Part No
Solo 409:

Description
110 / 120V AC Corded Heat Detector Tester

Solo 460:
Solo 461:

Cordless Head Unit - note: requires Solo 720 and Solo724


Cordless Heat Detector Test kit including:
1x Solo 460 CAT Cordless Heat Detector Tester
2x Solo 720 Battery Baton
1x Solo 724 Universal Battery Charger
Battery Baton for Solo 460
Universal Fast Charger for Battery Batons

Solo 720:
Solo 724:

Commander3 Series Selectable Candela Evacuation Signals


STANDARD FEATURES

HEC3/HES3
12/24VDC SERIES
APPLICATIONS
The Commander3 Series is a low profile strobe and
horn/strobe combination that offers dependable
audible and visual alarms and the lowest current
available.
The HE3 Series 24VDC offers tamperproof field
selectable candela options of 15, 30, 60, 75, and 110
candela.
The 12VDC offers tamperproof field selectable candela
options of 15, 30, 60, and 75 candela. The Commander3 Series horn offers a continuous or synchable
temporal three in 2400Hz and mechanical tone, a
chime and whoop tone. All tones are easy for the
professional to change in the field by using switches.
The HE3 Series has a minimal operation current and
has a minimum flash rate of 1Hz regardless of input
voltage.
The Commander3 Series is shipped with the standard
4" metal mounting plate which incorporates the
popular Super-Slide feature that allows the installer to
easily test for supervision. The product also features a
locking mechanism which secures the product to the
bracket without any screws showing.
The Commander3 also features the Checkmate Instant Voltage Verification feature which allows the
installer to check the voltage drop draw and match it
to the blueprint.
The HE3 Series appliances are UL 464 and UL 1971,
listed for use with fire protective systems and are
warranted for three years from date of purchase.
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Nominal voltage 12VDC and 24VDC


24VDC units have field selectable candela options
of 15, 30, 60, 75, and 110 candela
12VDC units have field selectable candela options of
15, 30, 60, and 75 candela
HEH horn is available in 12VDC or 24VDC
Super-Slide Bracket - Ease of Supervision Testing
Checkmate - Instant Voltage Verification
Unit Dimensions: 5" high x 4.5" wide x 2.5" deep
Synchronize strobe and/or horn with Hochiki Series
Control Module (12VDC product must use the AVSM
Module)
Prewire entire system, then install signals
Lower installation and operating costs
Input terminals 12 to 18 AWG
Switch selection for high or low dBA
Switch for chime, whoop, mechanical and 2400Hz
tone
Tamperproof re-entrant grill
Switch for continuous or temporal 3 (not available on
whoop tone)
Surface mount with the HSB (Hochiki ceiling
surface mount box)
Silence horn while strobes remain flashing
Wide voltage range 8-17.5VDC (12VDC units) 1633VDC or FWR (24VDC units)
Faceplate available in red or off-white

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California State
Fire Marshal

UL 464 & UL 1971 Listed


FM Approved
CSFM:
7135-0569:122 GEC3-24 & GEH-24
(HA HEC3-24 & HEH-24)
7125-0569:123 GES3-24 (HA HES3-24)
7125-0569:129 GES3-12 (HA HES3-12)
7135-0569:130 GEC3-12 & GEH-12
(HA HEC3-12 & HA HEH-12)
BS+A/MEA:
285-91-E
GEC3-24 & GES3-24
(HA HEC3-24 & HA HES3-24)
580-06-E
GEC3-12 & GES3-12
(HA HEC3-12 & HES3-12)
BFP (City of Chicago)
Product Compliance
NFPA 72 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Continued on back.
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F0103

05/2010

HEH 12VDC or 24VDC Low Profile Evacuation Horn


Model Number

Part Number

HEH12-R
HEH12-W
HEH24-R
HEH24-W

Nominal
Voltage
12VDC
12VDC
24VDC
24VDC

0500-04920
0500-04940
0500-04800
0500-04820

Reverberant dBA
@ 10ft., per UL 464
62-82
62-82
62-82
62-82

In Anechoic Room
dBA @10ft.
100
100
100
100

HES3 12VDC or 24VDC Selectable Candela Low Profile Evacuation Strobe


Model
Number
HES3-12WR
HES3-12WW
HES3-12PWR
HES3-12PWW
HES3-24WR
HES3-24WW
HES3-24PWR
HES3-24PWW

Part
Number
0500-04880
0500-04900
0500-04890
0500-04910
0500-05020
0500-05000
0500-05030
0500-05010

Nominal
Voltage
12 VDC
12 VDC
12 VDC
12 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

Candela
(UL 1971)
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75, 110
15, 30, 60, 75, 110
15, 30, 60, 75, 110
15, 30, 60, 75, 110

Model Designations:
W = Wall mount R = Red faceplateW = Off-white
faceplateP = Plain (no lettering)
ALERT bezel available
AGENT bezel available.

21

HEC3 12VDC or 24VDC Selectable Candela Low Profile Evacuation Horn/Strobe


Model
Number
HEC3-12WR
HEC3-12WW
HEC3-12PWR
HEC3-12PWW
HEC3-24WR
HEC3-24WW
HEC3-24PWR
HEC3-24PWW

Part
Number
0500-04840
0500-04860
0500-04850
0500-04870
0500-04980
0500-04960
0500-04990
0500-04970

Nominal
Voltage
12 VDC
12 VDC
12 VDC
12 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

Candela
(UL 1971)
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75
15, 30, 60, 75,
15, 30, 60, 75,
15, 30, 60, 75,
15, 30, 60, 75,

HE3-12 Product Strobe Current Ratings


Candela
15cd
12VDC
106mA
AUL Max1 163mA

30cd
131mA
212mA

60cd
186mA
331mA

75cd
237m
436mA

110
110
110
110

Reverberant dba @
10ft., per UL 464
62-82
62-82
62-82
62-82
62-82
62-82
62-82
62-82

HE3-24 Product Strobe Current Ratings


Candela
24VDC
UL Max1

15cd 30cd
55mA 63mA
78mA 96mA

HE3-12 Product Horn Current Ratings


Horn Mode

Minimum dBA
@ 10ft., per
UL 464 (HIGH)
Temp 3 2400Hz
76
Temp 3 Mechanical
75
Temp 3 Chime
62*
Continuous 2400Hz
79
Continuous Mechanical
78
Continuous Chime
63*
Whoop
78

Minimum dBA
@ 10ft., per
UL 464 (LOW)
69*
68*
60*
74*
72*
61*
71*

Regulated 12VDC
Max. Operating @
High Setting (mA)
29
26
13
29
26
13
55

HE3-24 Product Horn Current Ratings


Horn Mode

Temp 3 2400Hz
Temp 3 Mechanical
Temp 3 Chime
Continuous 2400Hz
Continuous Mechanical
Continuous Chime

Minimum dBA
@ 10ft., per
UL 464 (HIGH)
78
76
70*
81
80
70*

Minimum dBA
@ 10ft., per
UL 464 (LOW)
71*
70*
66*
74*
72*
66*

In Anechoic Room
dBA @ 10ft.
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Regulated 24VDC
Max. Operating @
High Setting (mA)
28
25
15
28
25
15

60cd
75cd
110cd
88mA 112mA 136mA
137mA 180mA 224mA

NOTES:
To obtain the horn/strobe current draw,
add the strobe current draw and the horn
current draw.
Operating temperature: 32to 120F (0
to 49 C). The HE3 Series is not listed for
outdoor use.
The sound output for the temporal 3
tone is rated lower since the time the horn
is off is averaged into the sound output
rating. While the horn is producing a tone
in the temporal 3 mode its sound pressure
is the same as the continuous mode.
For nominal and peak current across UL
regulated voltage range for filtered DC
power and unfiltered (FWR [Full Wave
Rectified]) power, see installation manual.
12VDC models are DC only.
Hochiki does not recommend using a
coded or pulsing signaling circuit with any
of our strobe products (see Technical
Bulletin 014).

*Operating the horn in this mode at this voltage will result in not meeting the minimum UL reverberant sound level
required for public mode fire protection service. These settings are acceptable only for private mode fire alarm use.
Use the high dBA setting for public mode application (not applicable when using the chime tone. The chime tone is always
private mode).
1
RMS current ratings are per UL average RMS method. UL max current rating is the maximum RMS current within the
listed voltage range (16-33VDC for 24VDC units) (8-17VDC for 12VDC units). For strobes the UL max current is
usually at the minimum listed voltage (16VDC for 24VDC units) (8VDC for 12VDC units). For audibles the max current is
usually at the maximum listed voltage. For unfiltered FWR ratings, see installation manual.
Hochiki America Corporation Commander3 Series Selectable Candela Evacuation Sginals

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Engineering Specifications:
The Audible alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model H24W or equivalent device. The horn shall be listed under UL 464
standard for Audible Signaling Appliance and shall be approved for fire protective service. The sound output shall be field selectable.
The Horn shall provide two different field selectable tones a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Select-AHorn Horn shall operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The Horn shall be
capable of WALL mounting to a universal backbox. The H24W shall be installed as per plans and specifications.

H24W Horn
Select -A- Horn

TM

Series

Select-A-Horn dB Output & Current Draw Table:

Description:
PC3
Pattern

AMSECOs Select-A-Horn Series is designed to comply


with NFPA/ANSI audible emergency evacuations signal
and UL 464 audible signaling appliances. The Horn
provides two different field selectable tones, and a High /
Low output setting that can be accomplished with the use of
mini jumpers located on back of the unit. The horn is clearly
labeled with FIRE lettering and is polarized for connecting to
supervised fire alarm circuits.
The Select-A-Horn series is available in red or white
housing 24VDC models. The horn signals are listed for
indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971
Standard.

P
C
3

P
C
2

P
C
1

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

1
0
1

Average Current

( mA )

DC

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

16V

NON-TEMP

TE

FIR

E MAR

SH

ST

LL

TE

STI N

OF CA L IFO

NI

ST
A

LI

Horn

UL
C

RV I C

MEA

TEMPORAL

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Low
High
Low

* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards and UL


464 Audible Signal Appliance.
* UL listed for Wall mount.
* Screw terminals capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Universal mounting plate included with each unit.
* 24 volts DC with two field selectable settings
* Polarized with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* All models mount to 4 square, single gang, double gang,
or octagon back box.
* Available in red or white housing.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMS1-3A Sync
Module.

The H24W Horn series is recommended for use in areas


such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors, apartments,
office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective audible warning is required by
Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

Low
High

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

Features:
Application:

Low
High

3000 Hz

Horn with Universal Mounting Plate

UL

High

Electro
Mechanical

33V

16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

35
22
35
22

52
39
52
39

36
23
36
23

45
30
45
30

64
39
64
39

85
75
85
75

87
78
88
78

88
81
88
81

27
15
27

35
22
35

52
39
52

36
23
36

45
30
45

64
39
64

81
71
80

83
75
83

84
77
84

15

0
1
0
1
0

24V

27
15
27
15

22

39

23

30

39

71

75

77

**Sound output varies with tone and options selected.

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

Sync Module
F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit_

Sync Module

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

OUT
_

F.A.C.P.
Strobe Signal
Circuit

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

+ _

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

OUT
_

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

5 (127)

3-3/8 (85.7)
1-13/16 (46)

1-17/32 (39)

5 (127)

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+ _

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

WARNING:
Conductor Size (AWG), Length and capacity should be taken into consideration
prior to design and installation of these products, particularly in retrofit
installations.

3-9/32 (83.5)

Control
Panel

3-3/8 (85.7)

Jumper

PC3 PC2 PC1

3-9/32 (83.5)

Select- A -Horn Wiring:

Mounting Options:
Mounting to a single gang box.

Mounting to a 4 square back box.

Mounting to a double gang box.

Surface mount.

Ordering Information:
Model
Number
H24WR
H24WW

Input
Voltage
( VDC )
24
24

Sync w/
SMS1-3A
Module

Universal
Mounting

Wall
Mount

Ceiling
Mount

Color
Red

Color
White

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Hochiki America Corporatrion:H24W-HORN

Horn

4BX-1
Surface Mount
back box

Universal Mounting Plate

Universal Mounting Plate

Universal Mounting Plate


Horn

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

2 backbox

Horn

Horn

4SP-M
Mounting Plate

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Engineering Specifications:
The Audible alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model H24W or equivalent device. The horn shall be listed under UL 464
standard for Audible Signaling Appliance and shall be approved for fire protective service. The sound output shall be field selectable.
The Horn shall provide two different field selectable tones a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Select-AHorn Horn shall operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The Horn shall be
capable of WALL mounting to a universal backbox. The H24W shall be installed as per plans and specifications.

H24W Horn
Select -A- Horn

TM

Series

Select-A-Horn dB Output & Current Draw Table:

Description:
PC3
Pattern

AMSECOs Select-A-Horn Series is designed to comply


with NFPA/ANSI audible emergency evacuations signal
and UL 464 audible signaling appliances. The Horn
provides two different field selectable tones, and a High /
Low output setting that can be accomplished with the use of
mini jumpers located on back of the unit. The horn is clearly
labeled with FIRE lettering and is polarized for connecting to
supervised fire alarm circuits.
The Select-A-Horn series is available in red or white
housing 24VDC models. The horn signals are listed for
indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971
Standard.

P
C
3

P
C
2

P
C
1

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

1
0
1

Average Current

( mA )

DC

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

16V

NON-TEMP

TE

FIR

E MAR

SH

ST

LL

TE

STI N

OF CA L IFO

NI

ST
A

LI

Horn

UL
C

RV I C

MEA

TEMPORAL

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Low
High
Low

* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards and UL


464 Audible Signal Appliance.
* UL listed for Wall mount.
* Screw terminals capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Universal mounting plate included with each unit.
* 24 volts DC with two field selectable settings
* Polarized with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* All models mount to 4 square, single gang, double gang,
or octagon back box.
* Available in red or white housing.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMS1-3A Sync
Module.

The H24W Horn series is recommended for use in areas


such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors, apartments,
office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective audible warning is required by
Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

Low
High

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

Features:
Application:

Low
High

3000 Hz

Horn with Universal Mounting Plate

UL

High

Electro
Mechanical

33V

16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

35
22
35
22

52
39
52
39

36
23
36
23

45
30
45
30

64
39
64
39

85
75
85
75

87
78
88
78

88
81
88
81

27
15
27

35
22
35

52
39
52

36
23
36

45
30
45

64
39
64

81
71
80

83
75
83

84
77
84

15

0
1
0
1
0

24V

27
15
27
15

22

39

23

30

39

71

75

77

**Sound output varies with tone and options selected.

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

Sync Module
F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit_

Sync Module

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

OUT
_

F.A.C.P.
Strobe Signal
Circuit

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

+ _

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

OUT
_

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

5 (127)

3-3/8 (85.7)
1-13/16 (46)

1-17/32 (39)

5 (127)

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+ _

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

WARNING:
Conductor Size (AWG), Length and capacity should be taken into consideration
prior to design and installation of these products, particularly in retrofit
installations.

3-9/32 (83.5)

Control
Panel

3-3/8 (85.7)

Jumper

PC3 PC2 PC1

3-9/32 (83.5)

Select- A -Horn Wiring:

Mounting Options:
Mounting to a single gang box.

Mounting to a 4 square back box.

Mounting to a double gang box.

Surface mount.

Ordering Information:
Model
Number
H24WR
H24WW

Input
Voltage
( VDC )
24
24

Sync w/
SMS1-3A
Module

Universal
Mounting

Wall
Mount

Ceiling
Mount

Color
Red

Color
White

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Hochiki America Corporatrion:H24W-HORN

Horn

4BX-1
Surface Mount
back box

Universal Mounting Plate

Universal Mounting Plate

Universal Mounting Plate


Horn

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

2 backbox

Horn

Horn

4SP-M
Mounting Plate

Specifications subject to change without notice.

HP-24 / HP-24T
Piezo Alert Mini Horn
Description:
AMSECOs Series mini horns are designed for alarm signaling
in individual rooms, apartments, hotels, offices, etc. where
dependable high performance alarm signaling is required.The
mini horns produce a high sound output with a minimum
current draw of just 15mA at 24VDC.
The mini horn is clearly labeled with FIRE lettering and is
polarized for connecting to supervised fire alarm circuits.
The mini horn is available with terminals or 4-wires, in red or
white housing 24VDC models.
L

LL

ST
A

OF C A L IFO
R
TE

FIR

E MA R

SH

ST

APPROVED

RVI C

MEA

A DA

Features:
* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards
and UL 464 Audible Signal Appliance.
* Screw terminals capacity up to 12 AWG.
* 4-wires for easy field wiring.
* Polarized with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Mounts to a single gang box.
* Available in red or white housing.

Engineering Specifications:
The Audible alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO
model HP-24 or equivalent device. The horn shall be listed
under UL 464 standard for Audible Signaling Appliance and
shall be approved for fire protective service. The sound output
shall be 82 dB at 10 ft. The signaling mini Horn shall operate on
24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave
rectified, unfiltered supply. The Horn shall be capable of WALL
mounting to a single gang box. The HP-24 shall be installed as
per plans and specifications.

Dimensions:

FM

A
NI

UL ULC

The HP-24 mini horn series is recommended for use in areas


such as; meeting rooms, schools, corridors, apartments, office
buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other application where
effective audible warning is required by Federal, State, or local
authority having jurisdiction.

TI
IS N

Application:

Mini Horn Wiring:

Control
Panel

_ +

Inches (mm)

To Next Device or
End-of Line-Resistor

_ +

FIRE 0.26 (6.5) 0.26 (6.5)


6.7
(170)
3.29 (83.5)

WARNING: Conductor Size (AWG), Length and capacity should be


taken into consideration prior to design and installation of these
products, particularly in retrofit installations.

Mounting:

FIR

0.16 (4)
1.42
(36)

2.73
(69.2)

1.42
(36)

Single gang box.

Specifications:
Model
Number

Rated
Voltage
( VDC )

Wiring
Type

Operating
Range
(VDC)

UL
dB @ 10ft.
( dBA )

Average
Current
( Amps)

Plate
Color

HP-24R

24

4-wire

19.2 ~ 26.4

82

97

0.015

Red

HP-24W

24

4-wire

19.2 ~ 26.4

82

97

0.015

White

HP-24TR

24

Terminal

HP-24TW

24

Terminal

19.2 ~ 26.4

82

97

0.015

Red

19.2 ~ 26.4

82

97

0.015

White

Indoor
dB @ 10ft
( dBA)

Temperature
Operating
Range

-4F ~ 140 F
(-20C ~ 60C)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246
Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Mounting: using SPC-1 retrofit plate


Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Engineering Specifications:

Octagon
back box

The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24C-177 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela
output shall be 177 intensity output. All settings shall be UL1971 listed for both ceiling and wall mount applications. The Horn shall
provide two different field selectable tones, and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall
operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be
designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is
required, the horn/strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A (daisy chain) or other source of AMSECO sync
protocol. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL mounting to a 4 x 4x 1-1/2 back box. Signaling devices shall be
installed in all sleeping and non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

4 square
back box

SH24C-177

SPC-1

SPC-1

SPC-1

Horn /Strobe
Ceiling and Wall Mount Combination
Description:

Input Maximum Average


Voltage
Load
Current
(VDC)
(Amps)
(mA)

Mounting
Back Box

Color

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

SMD10-3A

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

The total current draw from all devices connected to the sync module should not exceed
3.0A, and should only be connected to circuits that provide continuously applied voltage.

06/2003

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

90

G
IN
IL
E

FI

45

45

90

I
F RE

90

90

45

45

TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.
455 cd.
540 cd.
635 cd.

95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
NA
NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.

FI

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

Strobe Signal
Circuit

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

Horn

33V
235
220
235
220
235
220
235
220

16V
511
497
511
497
511
497
511
497

24V
379
366
379
366
379
366
379
366

33V
312
301
312
301
312
301
312
301

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

=0

P
C
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

P
C
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Average Current

P
C
1 16V
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17

( mA )

DC
24V
44
25
44
25
44
25
44
25

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR
33V
49
34
49
34
49
34
49
34

16V
33
19
33
19
33
19
33
19

24V
40
27
40
27
40
27
40
27

33V
45
34
45
34
45
34
45
34

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

DC

Current ( mA )
Average

Strobe only
@ 177cd.

Peak

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

FI

INPUT OUTPUT
_
_

16V
390
596
460

24V
255
438
476

FWR
33V
191
386
508

16V
483
859
788

24V
344
816
828

33V
272
708
716

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

+ _

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

+
_
To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+
Horn
Signal
Circuit

24V
294
275
294
275
294
275
294
275

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

FI

Strobe

F.A.C.P.

Strobe
Signal
Circuit

419
402
419
402
419
402
419
402

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

In-Rush

Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by room Size (Non-Sleeping)

15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

20X 20
30X 30
40X 40
50X 50
60X 60
70X 70
80X 80
90X 90
100X 100
110X 110
120X 120
130X 130

H+H

OUT

+ _

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

Maximum One Strobe


Two Strobes
Room
per Room
per Room
Size

IN

+ _

50 X 50

30
20
10

SMD10-3A

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

FI

FI

FI

Maximum Room Size (ft.)

1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

3-3/8 (85.7)

Ordering Information:

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

FI

ST
A

C
FI

The Sync module is designed to provide a synchronized temporal


pattern (code 3) tone, and synchronize the strobe flashes when used
with AMSECOs 177cd Strobe, and Horn/Strobe as well as the ability
to silence the horn while maintaining the strobe flashes. The SMD103A has the capability of connecting two style Y (class B) circuits or
one style Z (class A) circuit, and is rated for 3 amperes per circuit.
The SMD10-3A can be interconnected so that more than two alarm
zones can be synchronized when connected using the SYNC
terminals. (Daisy chain connection). The Max number of
interconnected SMD10-3A modules is twenty (20). All input are
polarized for compatibility with standard reverse polarity supervision of
circuit wiring, when used with a Fire Alarm Control Panel (F.A.C.P.).

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

FI

LL
A

90

Using the Sync Modules:

SMS1-3A

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Sync Module

I
F RE

Red
White

3000 Hz

Horn
only

I
F RE

60
60

PC1
Volume

NON-TEMP.

Compound

I
F RE

Selectable
Selectable

90

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR

FI R E

90

I
F RE

Compound

Model
Number

The Horn/Strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

PC2
Tone
ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Ceiling/Wall
Ceiling/Wall

Housing
Color

RBX-1

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Flash
Rate
(Times/min.)

FI

177
177

Horn
Sound
Output

PC3
Pattern

90

24
24

Mounting
Type

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

=1

45

SH24C-177R
SH24C-177W

Sync
Module

RBX-1

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
NON-TEMP.
3000 Hz

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

DC

Horn Only Current Draw Table:

Model
Number

Strobe
Output
(Candela)

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

RBX-1

For a synchronization system, the maximum number of strobe lights


that can be connected to a listed Fire Alarm Control Panel 3Amp
Loop circuit is as follows:
14 (30cd, 16~33VDC) or 10 (30cd, 16~33V FWR)
13 (75cd, 16~33VDC) or 8 (75cd, 16~33V FWR)
11 (110cd, 16~33VDC) or 7 (110cd, 16~33V FWR)
The maximum wire impedance between any adjacent strobe light is
5.6 ohms.

PC3 PC2 PC1

Ordering Information:

RBX-1

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Wiring Terminals:

45

* 177 candela output.


* ADA/NFPA/ANSI compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Designed for use in sleeping and non-sleeping areas.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using
filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 177 candela intensity.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A
(daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional).
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

P P P
PC1
C C C
Volume 3 2 1 16V

PC2
Tone

( mA )

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

FI

SPC-1
I
F RE

Features:

SPC-1

90

SPC-1

FI

MEA

FI

SH

Horn
&
Strobe
@
177cd.

Average Current

E MAR

RV I C

PC3
Pattern

=0

FIR

=1

Compound

90

Compound

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box

STI N

A
OF C L IFOR
TE

WA
LL

LI

UL
C

ST

UL

Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Horn/Strobe 177cd.
A

The SH24C-177 Ceiling Horn/Strobe Series is recommended


for use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective audible and visual warning are
required by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

Surface Mount: using RBX-1 back box skirt and SPC-1 retrofit plate

NI

Application:

Light Output Dispersion:

AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount Horn/Strobe is designed to


comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling devices
for the hearing impaired. The SH24C-177 Horn/Strobe features
a 177 candela intensity output. The Horn provides two different
field selectable tones, and a High / Low output setting that can be
achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of the unit.
The round housing design offers a low profile appearance and is
clearly labeled with FIRE lettering to be view from all angles.
These appliances are polarized for connecting to supervised fire
alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and
provides a candela intensity field selector switch for maximum
performance.
The Ceiling mount Horn/Strobe series is available in red and
white housing 24V DC models. The SH24C-177 can be
synchronized by using the SMD10-3A (daisy chain) Sync
Module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual
appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
designed for sleeping and non-sleeping areas and are listed for
indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:

+
_

WARNING:
* The Horn/Strobe must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted circuits in which
the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

1-13/32 (35)
6-7/8 (174)

2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

NA: Not allowable

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Mounting: using SPC-1 retrofit plate


Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Engineering Specifications:

Octagon
back box

The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24C-177 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela
output shall be 177 intensity output. All settings shall be UL1971 listed for both ceiling and wall mount applications. The Horn shall
provide two different field selectable tones, and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall
operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be
designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is
required, the horn/strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A (daisy chain) or other source of AMSECO sync
protocol. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL mounting to a 4 x 4x 1-1/2 back box. Signaling devices shall be
installed in all sleeping and non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

4 square
back box

SH24C-177

SPC-1

SPC-1

SPC-1

Horn /Strobe
Ceiling and Wall Mount Combination
Description:

Input Maximum Average


Voltage
Load
Current
(VDC)
(Amps)
(mA)

Mounting
Back Box

Color

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

SMD10-3A

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

The total current draw from all devices connected to the sync module should not exceed
3.0A, and should only be connected to circuits that provide continuously applied voltage.

06/2003

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

90

G
IN
IL
E

FI

45

45

90

I
F RE

90

90

45

45

TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.
455 cd.
540 cd.
635 cd.

95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
NA
NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.

FI

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

Strobe Signal
Circuit

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

Horn

33V
235
220
235
220
235
220
235
220

16V
511
497
511
497
511
497
511
497

24V
379
366
379
366
379
366
379
366

33V
312
301
312
301
312
301
312
301

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

=0

P
C
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

P
C
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Average Current

P
C
1 16V
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17

( mA )

DC
24V
44
25
44
25
44
25
44
25

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR
33V
49
34
49
34
49
34
49
34

16V
33
19
33
19
33
19
33
19

24V
40
27
40
27
40
27
40
27

33V
45
34
45
34
45
34
45
34

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

DC

Current ( mA )
Average

Strobe only
@ 177cd.

Peak

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

FI

INPUT OUTPUT
_
_

16V
390
596
460

24V
255
438
476

FWR
33V
191
386
508

16V
483
859
788

24V
344
816
828

33V
272
708
716

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

+ _

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

+
_
To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+
Horn
Signal
Circuit

24V
294
275
294
275
294
275
294
275

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

FI

Strobe

F.A.C.P.

Strobe
Signal
Circuit

419
402
419
402
419
402
419
402

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

In-Rush

Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by room Size (Non-Sleeping)

15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

20X 20
30X 30
40X 40
50X 50
60X 60
70X 70
80X 80
90X 90
100X 100
110X 110
120X 120
130X 130

H+H

OUT

+ _

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

Maximum One Strobe


Two Strobes
Room
per Room
per Room
Size

IN

+ _

50 X 50

30
20
10

SMD10-3A

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

FI

FI

FI

Maximum Room Size (ft.)

1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

3-3/8 (85.7)

Ordering Information:

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

FI

ST
A

C
FI

The Sync module is designed to provide a synchronized temporal


pattern (code 3) tone, and synchronize the strobe flashes when used
with AMSECOs 177cd Strobe, and Horn/Strobe as well as the ability
to silence the horn while maintaining the strobe flashes. The SMD103A has the capability of connecting two style Y (class B) circuits or
one style Z (class A) circuit, and is rated for 3 amperes per circuit.
The SMD10-3A can be interconnected so that more than two alarm
zones can be synchronized when connected using the SYNC
terminals. (Daisy chain connection). The Max number of
interconnected SMD10-3A modules is twenty (20). All input are
polarized for compatibility with standard reverse polarity supervision of
circuit wiring, when used with a Fire Alarm Control Panel (F.A.C.P.).

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

FI

LL
A

90

Using the Sync Modules:

SMS1-3A

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Sync Module

I
F RE

Red
White

3000 Hz

Horn
only

I
F RE

60
60

PC1
Volume

NON-TEMP.

Compound

I
F RE

Selectable
Selectable

90

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR

FI R E

90

I
F RE

Compound

Model
Number

The Horn/Strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

PC2
Tone
ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Ceiling/Wall
Ceiling/Wall

Housing
Color

RBX-1

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Flash
Rate
(Times/min.)

FI

177
177

Horn
Sound
Output

PC3
Pattern

90

24
24

Mounting
Type

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

=1

45

SH24C-177R
SH24C-177W

Sync
Module

RBX-1

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
NON-TEMP.
3000 Hz

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

DC

Horn Only Current Draw Table:

Model
Number

Strobe
Output
(Candela)

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

RBX-1

For a synchronization system, the maximum number of strobe lights


that can be connected to a listed Fire Alarm Control Panel 3Amp
Loop circuit is as follows:
14 (30cd, 16~33VDC) or 10 (30cd, 16~33V FWR)
13 (75cd, 16~33VDC) or 8 (75cd, 16~33V FWR)
11 (110cd, 16~33VDC) or 7 (110cd, 16~33V FWR)
The maximum wire impedance between any adjacent strobe light is
5.6 ohms.

PC3 PC2 PC1

Ordering Information:

RBX-1

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Wiring Terminals:

45

* 177 candela output.


* ADA/NFPA/ANSI compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Designed for use in sleeping and non-sleeping areas.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using
filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 177 candela intensity.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A
(daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional).
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

P P P
PC1
C C C
Volume 3 2 1 16V

PC2
Tone

( mA )

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

FI

SPC-1
I
F RE

Features:

SPC-1

90

SPC-1

FI

MEA

FI

SH

Horn
&
Strobe
@
177cd.

Average Current

E MAR

RV I C

PC3
Pattern

=0

FIR

=1

Compound

90

Compound

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box

STI N

A
OF C L IFOR
TE

WA
LL

LI

UL
C

ST

UL

Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Horn/Strobe 177cd.
A

The SH24C-177 Ceiling Horn/Strobe Series is recommended


for use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective audible and visual warning are
required by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

Surface Mount: using RBX-1 back box skirt and SPC-1 retrofit plate

NI

Application:

Light Output Dispersion:

AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount Horn/Strobe is designed to


comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling devices
for the hearing impaired. The SH24C-177 Horn/Strobe features
a 177 candela intensity output. The Horn provides two different
field selectable tones, and a High / Low output setting that can be
achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of the unit.
The round housing design offers a low profile appearance and is
clearly labeled with FIRE lettering to be view from all angles.
These appliances are polarized for connecting to supervised fire
alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and
provides a candela intensity field selector switch for maximum
performance.
The Ceiling mount Horn/Strobe series is available in red and
white housing 24V DC models. The SH24C-177 can be
synchronized by using the SMD10-3A (daisy chain) Sync
Module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual
appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
designed for sleeping and non-sleeping areas and are listed for
indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:

+
_

WARNING:
* The Horn/Strobe must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted circuits in which
the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

1-13/32 (35)
6-7/8 (174)

2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

NA: Not allowable

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Mounting: using SPC-1 retrofit plate


Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Engineering Specifications:

Octagon
back box

The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24C-177 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela
output shall be 177 intensity output. All settings shall be UL1971 listed for both ceiling and wall mount applications. The Horn shall
provide two different field selectable tones, and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall
operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be
designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is
required, the horn/strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A (daisy chain) or other source of AMSECO sync
protocol. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL mounting to a 4 x 4x 1-1/2 back box. Signaling devices shall be
installed in all sleeping and non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

4 square
back box

SH24C-177

SPC-1

SPC-1

SPC-1

Horn /Strobe
Ceiling and Wall Mount Combination
Description:

Input Maximum Average


Voltage
Load
Current
(VDC)
(Amps)
(mA)

Mounting
Back Box

Color

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

SMD10-3A

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

The total current draw from all devices connected to the sync module should not exceed
3.0A, and should only be connected to circuits that provide continuously applied voltage.

06/2003

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

90

G
IN
IL
E

FI

45

45

90

I
F RE

90

90

45

45

TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.
455 cd.
540 cd.
635 cd.

95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
NA
NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.

FI

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

Strobe Signal
Circuit

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

Horn

33V
235
220
235
220
235
220
235
220

16V
511
497
511
497
511
497
511
497

24V
379
366
379
366
379
366
379
366

33V
312
301
312
301
312
301
312
301

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

=0

P
C
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

P
C
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Average Current

P
C
1 16V
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17

( mA )

DC
24V
44
25
44
25
44
25
44
25

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR
33V
49
34
49
34
49
34
49
34

16V
33
19
33
19
33
19
33
19

24V
40
27
40
27
40
27
40
27

33V
45
34
45
34
45
34
45
34

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

DC

Current ( mA )
Average

Strobe only
@ 177cd.

Peak

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

FI

INPUT OUTPUT
_
_

16V
390
596
460

24V
255
438
476

FWR
33V
191
386
508

16V
483
859
788

24V
344
816
828

33V
272
708
716

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

+ _

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

+
_
To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+
Horn
Signal
Circuit

24V
294
275
294
275
294
275
294
275

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

FI

Strobe

F.A.C.P.

Strobe
Signal
Circuit

419
402
419
402
419
402
419
402

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

In-Rush

Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by room Size (Non-Sleeping)

15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

20X 20
30X 30
40X 40
50X 50
60X 60
70X 70
80X 80
90X 90
100X 100
110X 110
120X 120
130X 130

H+H

OUT

+ _

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

Maximum One Strobe


Two Strobes
Room
per Room
per Room
Size

IN

+ _

50 X 50

30
20
10

SMD10-3A

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

FI

FI

FI

Maximum Room Size (ft.)

1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

3-3/8 (85.7)

Ordering Information:

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

FI

ST
A

C
FI

The Sync module is designed to provide a synchronized temporal


pattern (code 3) tone, and synchronize the strobe flashes when used
with AMSECOs 177cd Strobe, and Horn/Strobe as well as the ability
to silence the horn while maintaining the strobe flashes. The SMD103A has the capability of connecting two style Y (class B) circuits or
one style Z (class A) circuit, and is rated for 3 amperes per circuit.
The SMD10-3A can be interconnected so that more than two alarm
zones can be synchronized when connected using the SYNC
terminals. (Daisy chain connection). The Max number of
interconnected SMD10-3A modules is twenty (20). All input are
polarized for compatibility with standard reverse polarity supervision of
circuit wiring, when used with a Fire Alarm Control Panel (F.A.C.P.).

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

FI

LL
A

90

Using the Sync Modules:

SMS1-3A

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Sync Module

I
F RE

Red
White

3000 Hz

Horn
only

I
F RE

60
60

PC1
Volume

NON-TEMP.

Compound

I
F RE

Selectable
Selectable

90

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR

FI R E

90

I
F RE

Compound

Model
Number

The Horn/Strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

PC2
Tone
ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Ceiling/Wall
Ceiling/Wall

Housing
Color

RBX-1

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Flash
Rate
(Times/min.)

FI

177
177

Horn
Sound
Output

PC3
Pattern

90

24
24

Mounting
Type

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

=1

45

SH24C-177R
SH24C-177W

Sync
Module

RBX-1

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
NON-TEMP.
3000 Hz

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

DC

Horn Only Current Draw Table:

Model
Number

Strobe
Output
(Candela)

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

RBX-1

For a synchronization system, the maximum number of strobe lights


that can be connected to a listed Fire Alarm Control Panel 3Amp
Loop circuit is as follows:
14 (30cd, 16~33VDC) or 10 (30cd, 16~33V FWR)
13 (75cd, 16~33VDC) or 8 (75cd, 16~33V FWR)
11 (110cd, 16~33VDC) or 7 (110cd, 16~33V FWR)
The maximum wire impedance between any adjacent strobe light is
5.6 ohms.

PC3 PC2 PC1

Ordering Information:

RBX-1

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Wiring Terminals:

45

* 177 candela output.


* ADA/NFPA/ANSI compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Designed for use in sleeping and non-sleeping areas.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using
filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 177 candela intensity.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A
(daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional).
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

P P P
PC1
C C C
Volume 3 2 1 16V

PC2
Tone

( mA )

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

FI

SPC-1
I
F RE

Features:

SPC-1

90

SPC-1

FI

MEA

FI

SH

Horn
&
Strobe
@
177cd.

Average Current

E MAR

RV I C

PC3
Pattern

=0

FIR

=1

Compound

90

Compound

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box

STI N

A
OF C L IFOR
TE

WA
LL

LI

UL
C

ST

UL

Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Horn/Strobe 177cd.
A

The SH24C-177 Ceiling Horn/Strobe Series is recommended


for use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective audible and visual warning are
required by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

Surface Mount: using RBX-1 back box skirt and SPC-1 retrofit plate

NI

Application:

Light Output Dispersion:

AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount Horn/Strobe is designed to


comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling devices
for the hearing impaired. The SH24C-177 Horn/Strobe features
a 177 candela intensity output. The Horn provides two different
field selectable tones, and a High / Low output setting that can be
achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of the unit.
The round housing design offers a low profile appearance and is
clearly labeled with FIRE lettering to be view from all angles.
These appliances are polarized for connecting to supervised fire
alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and
provides a candela intensity field selector switch for maximum
performance.
The Ceiling mount Horn/Strobe series is available in red and
white housing 24V DC models. The SH24C-177 can be
synchronized by using the SMD10-3A (daisy chain) Sync
Module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual
appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
designed for sleeping and non-sleeping areas and are listed for
indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:

+
_

WARNING:
* The Horn/Strobe must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted circuits in which
the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

1-13/32 (35)
6-7/8 (174)

2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

NA: Not allowable

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Mounting: using SPC-1 retrofit plate


Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Engineering Specifications:

Octagon
back box

The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24C-177 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela
output shall be 177 intensity output. All settings shall be UL1971 listed for both ceiling and wall mount applications. The Horn shall
provide two different field selectable tones, and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall
operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be
designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is
required, the horn/strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A (daisy chain) or other source of AMSECO sync
protocol. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL mounting to a 4 x 4x 1-1/2 back box. Signaling devices shall be
installed in all sleeping and non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

4 square
back box

SH24C-177

SPC-1

SPC-1

SPC-1

Horn /Strobe
Ceiling and Wall Mount Combination
Description:

Input Maximum Average


Voltage
Load
Current
(VDC)
(Amps)
(mA)

Mounting
Back Box

Color

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

SMD10-3A

24

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

The total current draw from all devices connected to the sync module should not exceed
3.0A, and should only be connected to circuits that provide continuously applied voltage.

06/2003

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

90

G
IN
IL
E

FI

45

45

90

I
F RE

90

90

45

45

TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.
455 cd.
540 cd.
635 cd.

95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
NA
NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.

FI

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

Strobe Signal
Circuit

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

Horn

33V
235
220
235
220
235
220
235
220

16V
511
497
511
497
511
497
511
497

24V
379
366
379
366
379
366
379
366

33V
312
301
312
301
312
301
312
301

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

=0

P
C
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

P
C
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Average Current

P
C
1 16V
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17
1 34
0 17

( mA )

DC
24V
44
25
44
25
44
25
44
25

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR
33V
49
34
49
34
49
34
49
34

16V
33
19
33
19
33
19
33
19

24V
40
27
40
27
40
27
40
27

33V
45
34
45
34
45
34
45
34

16V
86
76
87
77
80
*1
73
82
*2
74

24V
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

DC

Current ( mA )
Average

Strobe only
@ 177cd.

Peak

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

FI

INPUT OUTPUT
_
_

16V
390
596
460

24V
255
438
476

FWR
33V
191
386
508

16V
483
859
788

24V
344
816
828

33V
272
708
716

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

+ _

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

+
_
To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+
Horn
Signal
Circuit

24V
294
275
294
275
294
275
294
275

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

FI

Strobe

F.A.C.P.

Strobe
Signal
Circuit

419
402
419
402
419
402
419
402

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

In-Rush

Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by room Size (Non-Sleeping)

15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

20X 20
30X 30
40X 40
50X 50
60X 60
70X 70
80X 80
90X 90
100X 100
110X 110
120X 120
130X 130

H+H

OUT

+ _

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

Maximum One Strobe


Two Strobes
Room
per Room
per Room
Size

IN

+ _

50 X 50

30
20
10

SMD10-3A

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

FI

FI

FI

Maximum Room Size (ft.)

1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

3-3/8 (85.7)

Ordering Information:

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

FI

ST
A

C
FI

The Sync module is designed to provide a synchronized temporal


pattern (code 3) tone, and synchronize the strobe flashes when used
with AMSECOs 177cd Strobe, and Horn/Strobe as well as the ability
to silence the horn while maintaining the strobe flashes. The SMD103A has the capability of connecting two style Y (class B) circuits or
one style Z (class A) circuit, and is rated for 3 amperes per circuit.
The SMD10-3A can be interconnected so that more than two alarm
zones can be synchronized when connected using the SYNC
terminals. (Daisy chain connection). The Max number of
interconnected SMD10-3A modules is twenty (20). All input are
polarized for compatibility with standard reverse polarity supervision of
circuit wiring, when used with a Fire Alarm Control Panel (F.A.C.P.).

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

FI

LL
A

90

Using the Sync Modules:

SMS1-3A

Specifications subject to change without notice.

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Sync Module

I
F RE

Red
White

3000 Hz

Horn
only

I
F RE

60
60

PC1
Volume

NON-TEMP.

Compound

I
F RE

Selectable
Selectable

90

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Sound Output
( dBA@DC)

FWR

FI R E

90

I
F RE

Compound

Model
Number

The Horn/Strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

PC2
Tone
ELECTRO
MECHANICAL

Ceiling/Wall
Ceiling/Wall

Housing
Color

RBX-1

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Flash
Rate
(Times/min.)

FI

177
177

Horn
Sound
Output

PC3
Pattern

90

24
24

Mounting
Type

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

=1

45

SH24C-177R
SH24C-177W

Sync
Module

RBX-1

ELECTRO
MECHANICAL
NON-TEMP.
3000 Hz

HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
LOW

DC

Horn Only Current Draw Table:

Model
Number

Strobe
Output
(Candela)

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

RBX-1

For a synchronization system, the maximum number of strobe lights


that can be connected to a listed Fire Alarm Control Panel 3Amp
Loop circuit is as follows:
14 (30cd, 16~33VDC) or 10 (30cd, 16~33V FWR)
13 (75cd, 16~33VDC) or 8 (75cd, 16~33V FWR)
11 (110cd, 16~33VDC) or 7 (110cd, 16~33V FWR)
The maximum wire impedance between any adjacent strobe light is
5.6 ohms.

PC3 PC2 PC1

Ordering Information:

RBX-1

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Wiring Terminals:

45

* 177 candela output.


* ADA/NFPA/ANSI compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Designed for use in sleeping and non-sleeping areas.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using
filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 177 candela intensity.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A
(daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional).
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

P P P
PC1
C C C
Volume 3 2 1 16V

PC2
Tone

( mA )

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

FI

SPC-1
I
F RE

Features:

SPC-1

90

SPC-1

FI

MEA

FI

SH

Horn
&
Strobe
@
177cd.

Average Current

E MAR

RV I C

PC3
Pattern

=0

FIR

=1

Compound

90

Compound

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box

STI N

A
OF C L IFOR
TE

WA
LL

LI

UL
C

ST

UL

Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Horn/Strobe 177cd.
A

The SH24C-177 Ceiling Horn/Strobe Series is recommended


for use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective audible and visual warning are
required by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

Surface Mount: using RBX-1 back box skirt and SPC-1 retrofit plate

NI

Application:

Light Output Dispersion:

AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount Horn/Strobe is designed to


comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling devices
for the hearing impaired. The SH24C-177 Horn/Strobe features
a 177 candela intensity output. The Horn provides two different
field selectable tones, and a High / Low output setting that can be
achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of the unit.
The round housing design offers a low profile appearance and is
clearly labeled with FIRE lettering to be view from all angles.
These appliances are polarized for connecting to supervised fire
alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and
provides a candela intensity field selector switch for maximum
performance.
The Ceiling mount Horn/Strobe series is available in red and
white housing 24V DC models. The SH24C-177 can be
synchronized by using the SMD10-3A (daisy chain) Sync
Module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual
appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
designed for sleeping and non-sleeping areas and are listed for
indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:

+
_

WARNING:
* The Horn/Strobe must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted circuits in which
the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

1-13/32 (35)
6-7/8 (174)

2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

NA: Not allowable

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-177

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SH24C-3075110

Ceiling and Wall Mount


Select - -HornStrobe Combination
-ADescription:

- AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount is Select -A-HornStrobe


designed to comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA)
and meet UL Standard 1971 requirements for emergency
signaling devices for the hearing impaired. The SH24C-3075110
-ASelect - -HornStrobe features a unique candela intensity field
selector switch for alternating the candela to 30cd, 75cd or 110cd
intensity output. The Horn provides two different field selectable
tones, and a High / Low output setting that can be achieved with
the use of mini jumpers located on back of the unit. The round
housing design offers a low profile appearance and is clearly
labeled with FIRE lettering to be view from all angles. These
appliances are polarized for connecting to supervised fire alarm
circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and
provides a candela intensity field selector switch for maximum
performance. The Ceiling/Wall mount Select -A-HornStrobe
series is available in red and white housing 24V DC models. The
SH24C-3075110 can be synchronized by using the SMD10-3A
(daisy ch ain) Sync Module to comply with NFPA
recommendations concerning photosensitive epilepsy when
installing 2 or more visual appliances within the field of view. The
strobe signals are designed for non-sleeping areas and are listed
for indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Application:

The SH24C-3075110 Ceiling Horn/Strobe Series is


recommended for use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools,
corridors, apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and
any other application where effective audible and visual warning
are required by Federal, State, or local authority having
jurisdiction.

Horn/Strobe with Selectable 30cd, 75cd or 110cd.

UL

UL
C

Features:

MEA

* Selectable Candela 30cd, 75cd or 110 candela output.


* ADA/NFPA/ANSI compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Designed for use in non-sleeping areas.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1 Hz).
* All models mount to 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A
(daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional).
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

Wiring Terminals:

PC3 PC2 PC1

Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Ordering Information:
Model
Number
SH24C-3075110R
SH24C-3075110W

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

Strobe
Candela
(Selectable)

Sync
Module

Mounting
Type

Horn
Sound
Output

Flash
Rate
(Times/min.)

Housing
Color

24
24

30, 75, 110


30, 75, 110

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Ceiling/Wall
Ceiling/Wall

Selectable
Selectable

60
60

Red
White

The Horn/Strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Mounting: using SPC-1 retrofit plate

Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box
SPC-1

SPC-1

SPC-1

Surface Mount: using RBX-1 back box skirt and SPC-1 retrofit plate
Double gang
back box

Single gang
back box

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box
SPC-1

RBX-1

SPC-1

SPC-1

RBX-1

RBX-1

RBX-1

Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible Appliances Minimum Light Output by room Size (Non-Sleeping)
Maximum One Strobe Two Strobes
Room
per Room
per Room
Size
15 cd.
20X 20
NA
30X 30
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
40X 40
60 cd.
95 cd.
50X 50
95 cd.
135 cd.
60X 60
70X 70
95 cd.
185 cd.

Maximum One Strobe Two Strobes


Room
per Room
per Room
Size
240 cd.
135 cd.
80X 80
305 cd.
185 cd.
90X 90
240 cd.
100X 100 375 cd.
110X 110 455 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
120X 120 540 cd.
375 cd.
130X 130 635 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
NA
NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

Maximum Room Size (ft.)


30 X 30

40 X 40

50 X 50

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

inches (mm)

3-3/8 (85.7)

Dimensions:

20 X 20
75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

30
20
10

60 cd.
95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.

NA: Not allowable

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Vis ible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

Four Strobes
per Room

1-13/32 (35)
6-7/8 (174)

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-3075110

2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Engineering Specifications:
The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24C-3075110 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be
listed under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The
candela output shall be field selectable, having three (3) settings 30cd, 75cd and 110cd output. All settings shall be UL1971 listed for both
ceiling and wall mount applications. The Horn shall provide two different field selectable tones, and a High and Low field selectable sound
output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered
supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum
voltage. When strobe synchronization is required, the horn/strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A (daisy
chain) or other source of AMSECO sync protocol. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL mount to a variety of back
boxes using the AMSECO SPC-1 retrofit back plate.
Signaling devices shall be installed in all non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

90

90

90

C
E
IL
IN
G

90

Light Output Dispersion:

Compound

I
F RE

FI

FI

FI

45

45

90

FI

Compound
FI

I
F RE

90

90

FI R E

FI

45

45

90

Compound

45

45

90

90
Compound

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:

Sync Module

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

IN

OUT

FI

FI

FI

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

+ _
FI R E

FI

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

I
F RE

+ _

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Sync Module

I
F RE

F.A.C.P.

Strobe
Signal
Circuit

Horn

_
H+H

FI

FI

INPUT OUTPUT
_
_

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

+ _

+
_
To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+
Horn
Signal
Circuit

SMD10-3A

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

Strobe

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

Strobe Signal
Circuit

I
F RE

FI

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

FI

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

+
_

WARNING:
* The Horn/Strobe must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted circuits in which
the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-3075110

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:


=1
PC3
Pattern

Horn
&
Strobe
@
30cd

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone

NON-TEMP

High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

TEMPORAL

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz
Electro
Mechanical

Horn
3000 Hz
&
Strobe
Electro
@
Mechanical
75cd TEMPORAL
NON-TEMP

3000 Hz

High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low

Electro
Mechanical

Horn
3000 Hz
&
Strobe
Electro
@
Mechanical
110cd TEMPORAL
NON-TEMP

3000 Hz

=0

P P
C C
3 2

P
C
1

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

1
0
1

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Average Current (mA)

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

DC
16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

160
138

129
110
129
110
129
110
129
110
170
151
170
151
170
151
170
151
207
188
207
188
207
188
207
188

116
101
116
101
116
101
116
101
148
133
148
133
148
133
148
133
173
158
173
158
173
158
173
158

203
189
203
189
203
189
203
189
276
262
276
262
276
262
276
262
348
334
348
334
348
334
348
334

171
158
171
158
171
158
171
158
221
208
221
208
221
208
221
208
270
257
270
257
270
257
270
257

153
142
153
142
153
142
153
142
195
184
195
184
195
184
195
184
232
221
232
221
232
221
232
221

86
76
87
77
80
73
82
74
86
76
87
77
80
73
82
74
86
76
87
77
80
73
82
74

88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77
88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

160
138

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

160
138
160
138
218
201
218
201

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

218
201
218
201
273
256
273
256
273
256
273
256

0
1
0
1
0

*1

*2

*1

*2

*1

*2

33V
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79
88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

Horn Only Current Draw and Sound Output Table:


=1
PC3
Pattern

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone
Electro
Mechanical

NON-TEMP
3000 Hz

Horn
Only

Electro
Mechanical
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low

=0

P P
C C
3 2
1 1
1 1
1 0
1 0
0 1
0 1
0 0
0 0

P
C
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

Average Current (mA)

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

DC
16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

34
17
34
17
34
17
34
17

44
25
44
25
44
25
44
25

49
34
49
34
49
34
49
34

33
19
33
19
33
19
33
19

40
27
40
27
40
27
40
27

45
34
45
34
45
34
45
34

86
76
87
77
80

88
80
88
81
84
76
84
77

88
83
88
83
84
79
84
79

*1

*2

73
82
74

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:


FWR

DC

Current (mA)
16V
@ 30cd

Strobe
Only
@ 75cd

@ 110cd

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24C-3075110

Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

126
225

90
218
298
131
222
342
168
288
398

72

175

167
338
104
212
374
129
208
430

421
402
248
562
540
320
680
644

136
355
418
186
464
478
235
572
580

113
341
458
155
454
498
192
532
548

254
189
304
306
244
418
386

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SH24W-153075

Patented

Select -A- Horn /Strobe Combination


Description:

F
I
R
E

TI
IS N

L
ST
A

O F C A L I FO
R

LL

TE

FIR

E MA R

SH

TE

APPROVED

RVI C

MEA

Features:
* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards and ADA
Accessibility Guidelines.
* UL listed for wall mounting.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Universal mounting plate included with each unit.
* 24V DC strobe with two field selectable settings 15cd or 30cd.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 square, single gang, double gang, or
octagonal back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 15 or 30 candela intensity.
* Tamper-proof candela selector switch.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A Sync Module.
* Available in red or white housing.

15

cd

FM

Strobe Selectable Candela Output:

UL
C

ST

The SH24W-153075 Horn/Strobe Series is recommended


for use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any
other application where effective audible and visual warning
are required by Federal, State, or local authority having
jurisdiction.

UL

A
NI

Application:

Horn/Strobe with Universal Mounting Plate Included


G

AMSECOs Select-A-Horn/Strobe Series is designed to


comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet
UL Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling
devices for the hearing impaired. The SH24W series SelectA-Horn/Strobe features a unique candela intensity field
selector switch for alternating the candela output 15cd to 30cd
(75cd on axis). The Horn provides two different field
selectable tones, and a High / Low output setting that can be
achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of the
unit. The strobe housing is clearly labeled with vertical FIRE
lettering and is polarized for connecting to supervised fire
alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube
and provides a candela intensity field selector switch for
maximum performance.
The Select-A-Horn/Strobe series is available in red and white
housing 24V DC models. The SH24W-153075 can be
synchronized by using the SMD10-3A Sync Module to comply
with NFPA recommendations concerning photosensitive
epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual appliances within the
field of view. The strobe signals are listed for indoor use, wall
mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

30
cd

15

PC3 PC2 PC1

30
Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Tamper Proof

Ordering Information:
Mounting
Type

Horn
Sound
Output

Wiring
Type

Housing
Color

SH24W-153075R

Input
Voltage
(VDC)
24

Selectable
Strobe Output
(Candela)
15 or 30

SMD10-3A

Wall Only

Selectable

Terminals

Red

SH24W-153075W

24

15 or 30

SMD10-3A

Wall Only

Selectable

Terminals

White

Model
Number

Sync
Module

The Horn/Strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Mounting Options:
Strobe with Universal mounting
plate and single gang box.

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and 4 square back box.

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate

Horn/Strobe

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate

Horn/Strobe

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and surface mount back box.

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
back box

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
back box

2 back box
F
I
R
E

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and double gang box.

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate

Horn/Strobe

4SP-M
Mounting
Plate

4BX-1
Surface Mount
back box

Horn/Strobe

Inches (mm)

Dimensions:

3 3/8(85.7)

2 1/4(56.9)

5 (127)

3 9/32(83.5)

3 9/32(83.5)

5 (127)

3 3/8(85.7)

1 13/16(46)

Using the Sync Module:


Dimensions:

Inch (mm)
4.33 (110)
0.2 (5)

3.374 (85.7)

3.374 (85.7)

4.33 (110)

The Sync module is designed to provide a synchronized temporal pattern


(code3) tone, and synchronize the strobe flashes when used with AMSECOs
line of Select-A-Strobe and Select-A-Horn/Strobe series as well as the ability
to silence the horn while maintaining the strobe flashes.
The SMD10-3A has the capability of connecting two style Y (class B) circuits or
one style Z (class A) circuit and is rated for 3 amperes per circuit.
The SMD10-3A can be interconnected so that more than two alarm zones can
be synchronized when connected using the SYNC terminals (daisy chain
connection).The maximum number of interconnected SMD10-3A modules is
twenty (20). All inputs are polarized for compatibility with standard reverse
polarity supervision of circuit wiring, when used with Fire Alarm Control Panel
(F.A.C.P).

Ordering Information:
Model
Number
SMD10-3A

Input Maximum Average


Voltage
Load
Current
(VDC)
(Amps)
(mA)
24

Mounting
Back Box

Color

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Red

The total current draw from all devices connected to the SMD10-3A should not exceed 3.0A.
The SMD10-3A should only be connected to circuits that provide continuously applied voltage.

Electrical Back box


4x4x1-1/2

SMD10-3A Current Draw Table:


Voltage

Average
DC

FWR

Mounting:

Peak

In-Rush

DC

FWR

DC

FWR

16V

7mA

7mA

30mA

55mA

40mA

57mA

24V

9mA

9mA

32mA

62mA

52mA

75mA

33V

11mA

11mA

34mA

68mA

74mA

99mA

The SMD10-3A module is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating
range of 32 F ~ 120 F ( 0 C ~ 49 C ).

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24W-153075

SMD10-3A

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Engineering Specifications:
The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24W-153075 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be
listed under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The
candela output shall be field selectable, having a dual setting of 15cd or 30cd output. The Horn shall provide two different field
selectable tones and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall operate on 24VDC from a
non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to produce a signal
flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of WALL mounting to a
universal backbox. Visual signaling devices shall be mounted 80 above the highest floor point or 6 below ceiling; (whichever is lowest)
and are to be installed as per plans and specifications.

Light Output Distribution / Horizontal and Vertical Dispersion:


UL Required Minimum Light Output (cd)
Wall Mount Horizontal Wall Mount Vertical
Degrees
@15cd
@30cd
@15cd @30cd
0
75.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
5 ~ 25
13.50
27.00
27.00
13.50
30
11.25
22.50
27.00
13.50
45
35
11.25
22.50
19.50
9.75
40
11.25
22.50
13.80
6.90
Compound 45
45
11.25
22.50
10.20
5.10
50
8.25
16.50
8.10
4.05
55
6.75
13.50
6.60
3.30
60
6.00
12.00
5.40
2.70
65
5.25
10.50
4.50
2.40
70
5.25
10.50
4.50
2.25
75
4.50
9.00
3.90
1.95
80
4.50
9.00
3.60
1.80
85 ~ 90
3.75
7.50
3.60
1.80
Compound 45
3.60
7.20

45

WALL
90

90

90

45

90

Compound 45

Sound Output Dispersion (dB)


Wall Mount Horizontal Wall Mount Vertical
-6 dB
-3 dB
-2 dB
-2 dB
-1 dB
-1 dB
0 dB
0 dB
-3 dB
-1 dB
-2 dB
-5 dB
-6 dB
-6 dB

Degrees
+90
+60
+30
0
-30
-60
-90

WALL

90

Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:


F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit_

SMD10-3A
H+ H

IN

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

OUT
_

+ _

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:


Control
Panel

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

+ _
*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

F.A.C.P.
Strobe Signal
Circuit

F.A.C.P.
Strobe Signal
Circuit

F
I
R
E

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

Strobe

Horn

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

IN
_

F
I
R
E

OUT
_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

WARNING:
* Strobes must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted
Circuits in which the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24W-153075

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:


PC3
Pattern

Horn
&
Strobe
@
15cd

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone

NON-TEMP

High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

TEMPORAL

=1

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz
Electro
Mechanical

Horn NON-TEMP
3000 Hz
&
Strobe
Electro
@
Mechanical
30cd TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

=0

P P
C C
3 2

P
C
1

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

1
0
1

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

Average Current (mA)


16V

24V

112
109

98
91
111
85
98
91
111
85
130
123
143
117
130
123
143
117

118
106

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

112
109
118
106
158
155
164
152

0
1
0
1
0

158
155
164
152

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

DC
33V
96
83
108
83
96
83
108
83
133
108
146
108
133
108
146
108

16V

24V

33V

145
142
153
139
145
142
153
139
207
204
215
201
207
204
215
201

115
110
128
105
115
110
128
105
157
152
170
147
157
152
170
147

142
95
119
89
142
95
119
89
168
121
145
115
168
121
145
115

16V

*1

*2

*1

*2

24V

85
75
85
75
81
71
80
71
85
75
85
75
81
71
80
71

87
78
88
78
83
75
83
75
87
78
88
78
83
75
83
75

33V
88
81
88
81
84
77
84
77
88
81
88
81
84
77
84
77

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

Horn Only Current Draw and Sound Output Table:


=1
PC3
Pattern

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone
Electro
Mechanical

NON-TEMP
3000 Hz

Horn
Only

Electro
Mechanical
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low

=0

P P
C C
3 2
1 1
1 1
1 0
1 0
0 1
0 1
0 0
0 0

P
C
1

Average Current (mA)


16V

24V

33V

28
25
34
22
28
25
34
22

41
34
54
28
41
34
54
28

57
42
70
36
57
42
70
36

1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

DC
16V

24V

33V

30
27
38
24
30
27
38
24

41
36
54
31
41
36
54
31

91
44
68
38
91
44
68
38

16V

*2

33V

85
75
85
75
81
*1

24V
87
78
88
78
83
75
83
75

88
81
88
81
84
77
84
77

71
80
71

Note: The low volume Temporal setting of *1 & *2 at 16V FWR/DC are not suitable to use for Fire Alarm Public Mode (Suitable for General and
Private Modes only).

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:


FWR

DC

Current (mA)
16V

Strobe
Only

@ 30cd

@ 75cd

Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

89
127

64
103
103
96
134
135

50

125

87
119
75
119
223

269
269
187
377
377

94
229
229
136
306
306

81
210
210
107
269
269

127
135
170
170

Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible Appliances Minimum Light Output by room Size (Non-Sleeping)

Maximum One Strobe


Two Strobes
Room
per Room
per Room
Size
20X 20
30X 30
40X 40
50X 50
60X 60
70X 70

15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.
95 cd.

NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

135 cd.
185 cd.

95 cd.
95 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
NA
NA
15 cd.
30 cd.
30 cd.
60 cd.

Maximum
Room
Size
80X 80
90X 90
100X 100
110X 110
120X 120
130X 130

One Strobe Two Strobes


per Room
per Room
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.
455 cd.
540 cd.
635 cd.

135 cd.
185 cd.
240 cd.
240 cd.
305 cd.
375 cd.

Four Strobes
per Room
60 cd.
95 cd.
95 cd.
135 cd.
135 cd.
185 cd.

NA: Not allowable

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24W-153075

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SH24W-75110
Select -A- Horn /Strobe

TM

Patented

Combination

Description:

FO

LL

F IR

E MAR

SH

ST
A

O
TE

F
I
R
E

APPROVED

RV I C

MEA

A DA

Features:
* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards and ADA
Accessibility Guidelines.
* UL listed for wall mounting.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Universal mounting plate included with each unit.
* 24V DC strobe with field selectable settings 75cd or 110cd.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Horn field selectable tones:
3000 Hz interrupted or Electro-mechanical
Temporal or Non-temporal
High or Low dBA output
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 square, single gang, double gang, or.
octagonal back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 75 or 110 candela intensity.
* Tamper-proof candela selector switch.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMS1-3A Sync Module.
* Available in red or white housing.

75

cd

FM

ST

Strobe Selectable Candela Output:

STI N
LI F CA LI

UL
C

The SH24W-75110 Horn/Strobe Series is recommended for


use in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any
other application where effective audible and visual warning
are required by Federal, State, or local authority having
jurisdiction.

UL

NI

Application:

Horn/Strobe with Universal Mounting Plate Included


G

AMSECOs Select-A-Horn/Strobe Series is designed to


comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and
meet UL Standard 1971 requirements for emergency
signaling devices for the hearing impaired. The SH24W
series Select-A-Horn/Strobe features a unique candela
intensity field selector switch for alternating the candela
output 75cd to 110cd. The Horn provides two different field
selectable tones, and a High / Low output setting that can
be achieved with the use of mini jumpers located on back of
the unit. The strobe housing is clearly labeled with vertical
FIRE lettering and is polarized for connecting to
supervised fire alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a
xenon flashtube and provides a candela intensity field
selector switch for maximum performance.
The Select-A-Horn/Strobe series is available in red and
white housing 24V DC models. The SH24W-75110 can be
synchronized by using the SMS1-3A Sync Module to
comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual
appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
listed for indoor use, wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Horn Selectable Sound Output:

11
0cd

75

PC3 PC2 PC1

11
0
Temporal
- Non-Temporal
Electro Mech - 3000 Hz
High
- Low

Tamper Proof

Ordering Information:
Model
Number

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

Selectable
Strobe Output
(Candela)

Sync
Module

Mounting
Type

Horn
Sound
Output

Wiring
Type

Housing
Color

SH24W-75110R

24

75 or 110

SMS1-3A

Wall Only

Selectable

Terminals

Red

SH24W-75110W

24

75 or 110

SMS1-3A

Wall Only

Selectable

Terminals

White

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The audible and visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SH24W-75110 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall
be listed under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service.
The candela output shall be field selectable, having a dual setting of 75cd or 110cd output. The Horn shall provide two different
field selectable tones, and a High and Low field selectable sound output setting. The signaling Horn/Strobe shall operate on
24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to
produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. The Horn/Strobe shall be capable of
WALL mounting to a universal backbox. Visual signaling devices shall be mounted 80 above the highest floor point or 6 below
ceiling; (whichever is lowest) and are to be installed as per plans and specifications.

Light Output Distribution / Horizontal and Vertical Dispersion:


UL Required Minimum Light Output (cd)
Wall Mount Horizontal Wall Mount Vertical
@110cd @75cd @110cd
@75cd
Degrees
75.00
110.00
110.00
75.00
0
67.50
99.00
99.00
67.50
5 ~ 25
67.50
99.00
82.50
56.25
30
48.75
71.50
82.50
56.25
35
34.50
50.60
82.50
56.25
40
25.50
37.40
82.50
56.25
45
20.25
29.70
60.50
41.25
50
16.50
24.20
49.50
33.75
55
13.50
19.80
44.00
30.00
60
12.00
17.60
38.50
26.25
65
11.25
16.50
38.50
26.25
70
9.75
14.30
33.00
22.50
75
9.00
13.20
33.00
22.50
80
9.00
13.20
27.50
18.75
85 ~ 90
26.40
18.00
Compound 45

45

45
Compound 45

90

45
Compound 45

WALL
90

Sound Output Dispersion (dB)


Wall Mount Horizontal Wall Mount Vertical
-3 dB
-6 dB
-2 dB
-2 dB
-1 dB
-1 dB
0 dB
0 dB
-3 dB
-1 dB
-5 dB
-2 dB
-6 dB
-6 dB

Degrees
+90
+60
+30
0
-30
-60
-90

90

0
90
Wired Without Audible Silence Feature:

Horn/Strobe Combination Wiring:


Control
Panel

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

WALL

90

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN_

OUT
_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

+ _

+ _

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Signals Wired for Independent Operation:

F.A.C.P.
Strobe Signal
Circuit

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

Strobe

Horn

F
I
R
E

Wired for Audible Silence Feature:

F.A.C.P.
Strobe Signal
Circuit

F.A.C.P.
Horn Signal
Circuit

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN

OUT
_

F
I
R
E

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

+ _

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

WARNING:
* Horn/Strobe must be used only on circuits with continuously operating voltage. DO NOT use strobe on coded or interrupted
circuits in which the applied voltage is interrupted ON and OFF as the strobe may fail to flash.
* The applied voltage must be within its rated input voltage range.
* Fuse ratings on signaling circuits must handle peak currents from all devices connected to those circuits.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24W-75110

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Horn/Strobe Current Draw Table:


PC3
Pattern

NON-TEMP

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

@
75cd
TEMPORAL

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

NON-TEMP

Electro
Mechanical
3000 Hz

@
110cd

Electro
Mechanical
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz
Electro
Mechanical
NON-TEMP

Horn
Only

3000 Hz
Electro
Mechanical
TEMPORAL
3000 Hz

High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low

P P
C C
3 2

P
C
1

1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0

PC1
Volume

PC2
Tone

1
0
1

1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

Average Current (mA)


16V
160
148
160
148
160
148
160
148
212
200
212
200
212
200
212
200
27
15
27
15
27
15
27
15

Sound Output
( dBA @ DC )

FWR

DC
24V

33V

144
157
144
157
144
157
144
35
22
35
22
35
22
35
22

16V

24V

33V

16V

24V

33V

115
102
115
102
115
102
115
102
141
128
141
128
141
128
141
128
52
39
52
39
52
39
52
39

125
112
125
112
125
112
125
112
157

212
199
212
199
212
199
212
199
277
264

159
144
159
144
159
144
159
144
205

145
120
145
120
145
120
145
120
173
148
173
148
173
148
173
148
64
39
64
39
64
39
64
39

85
75
85
75
81
71
80
71
85
75

87
78
88
78
83
75
83
75
87
78
88
78
83
75
83
75
87
78
88
78
83
75
83
75

88
81
88
81
84
77
84
77
88
81
88
81
84
77
84
77
88
81
88
81
84
77
84
77

190
205
190
205
190
205
190
45
30
45
30
45
30
45
30

277
264
277
264
277
264
36
23
36
23
36
23
36
23

85
75
81
71
80
71
85
75
85
75
81
71
80
71

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:


Average Current (mA)
24 volt models
16V

Peak Current (mA)


24 volt models
33V

24V

16V

Candela DC FWR DC FWR DC FWR

In-Rush Current (mA)


24 volt models
33V

24V

Candela DC FWR DC FWR DC FWR

16V

24V

33V

Candela DC FWR DC FWR DC FWR

75

138 186

134

75 111

75

163 362 137 286 112 248

75

163 362 137 286 121 248

110

190 251 129 180

98 139

110

203 442 163 366 131 307

110

203 442 163 366 131 307

97

The SH24W-75110 series horn/strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32 F ~ 120 F ( 0 C ~ 49 C ).

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

3 3/8(85.7)

2 1/4(56.9)

5(127)

3 9/32(83.5)

3 9/32(83.5)

5(127)

3 3/8(85.7)

1 13/16(46)

Mounting Options:
Horn/Strobe with Universal mounting
plate and single gang box.

Horn/Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and 4 square back box.

Universal Mounting Plate

Horn/Strobe

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24W-75110

F
I
R
E

Horn/Strobe

Universal Mounting Plate

Horn/Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and surface mount back box.

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

2 backbox
F
I
R
E

Horn/Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and double gang box.

F
I
R
E

Horn/Strobe

Universal Mounting Plate

F
I
R
E

Horn/Strobe

4SP-M
Mounting
Plate

4BX-1
Surface Mount
back box

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SMS1-3A
Sync Module
When used with the SH24W Horn/Strobe Series the SMS1-3A
provides synchronized temporal pattern and a synchronized
strobe flash while using a single pair of wires on a single class
"A" circuit.
SMS1-3A Sync Module

Mounting
Back Box

LL

FIR

E MA R

SH

RVI C

MEA

Color

4"x4"x1-1/2"

Average
Current
(mA)
9

FO
R

Maximum
Load
(Amps)
3

TE

ST

SMS1-3A

Input
Voltage
(VDC)
24

IA

APPROVED

Model Number

TE

FM

ST
A

I STI N
L F CALI

UL
C

UL

Red

* The total current draw from all devices connected to the SMS1-3A should not exceed 3.0A.
**The SMS1-3A should only be connected to circuits that provide continuously applied voltage.

SMS1-3A Current Draw Table:


Voltage

Average

Peak

In-Rush

DC

FWR

DC

FWR

DC

FWR

20V

8mA

8mA

31mA

57mA

44mA

62mA

24V

9mA

9mA

32mA

62mA

52mA

75mA

30V

10mA

10mA

33mA

66mA

70mA

94mA

The SMS1-3A module is listed for indoor use with a temperature


operating range of 32 F ~ 120 F ( 0 C ~ 49 C ).

Mounting:

Dimensions:

Inch (mm)
4.33
(110)

Electrical Back box

0.2
(5)

3.374
(85.7)

4.33
(110)

3.374
(85.7)

4x4X1-1/2
SMS1-3A

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SH24W-75110

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SL24C-177
Ceiling and Wall Mount Strobe
Description:

FI

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

LL

ST
A

STI N

OF CA L IFOR
TE

FI R

E MAR

SH

FI

Control
Panel

LI

Strobe Wiring:

UL
C

ST

The SL24C-177 Ceiling Strobe Series is recommended for use


in areas such as: warehouses, meeting rooms, schools,
corridors, apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and
any other application where effective visual warning is required
by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

UL

A
NI

Application:

Strobe 177cd.
G

AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount strobe is designed to comply


with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling devices
for the hearing impaired. The SL24C-177 strobe round housing
design offers a low profile appearance and is clearly labeled with
FIRE lettering to be view from all angles. These appliances are
polarized for connecting to supervised fire alarm circuits. The
strobe is designed with a xenon flashtube and provides a 177
candela intensity output for maximum performance.
The Ceiling mount strobe series is available in red and white
housing 24V DC models.
The SL24C-177 can be synchronized by using the SMD10-3A
Sync Module to comply with NFPA recommendations
concerning photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more
visual appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
listed for indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, for sleeping and
non/sleeping areas under UL 1971 Standard.

RV I C

MEA

Features:
* ADA/NFPA/ANSI Compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* 24V DC strobe with 177cd output.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using
Filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* Munts to 4 square, back box.
* 24 volt strobe models.
* Designed for sleeping and non/sleeping areas.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMS1-3A or
SMD10-3A (daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional)
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

Wiring Terminals:

FI R E

+ _

Current Draw Table:


DC

Current (mA)
Average
@ 177cd

Peak
In-Rush

16V
378
584
460

24V
245
428
476

FWR

33V
185
380
508

16V 24V
468 332
844 804
788 828

33V
264
700
716

Ordering Information:
Model
Number

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

Strobe
Output
(Candela)

Sync
Module

Mounting
Type

Flash
Rate
(Times/min.)

Operating
Voltage Range
(VDC)

Housing
Color

SL24C-177R
SL24C-177W

24
24

177
177

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Ceiling / Wall
Ceiling / Wall

60
60

16 ~ 33
16 ~ 33

Red
White

The strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SL24C-177 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed under UL 1971 Standard for
signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela output shall be 177cd. The strobe shall be
UL1971 listed for both ceiling and wall mount applications. The signaling Strobe shall operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or fullwave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with continuously applied
minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is required, the strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A or other source of
AMSECO sync protocol. The Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL mount ing to a 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box. Signaling devices shall be installed
in all sleeping and non/sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

Compound

90
I
F RE

FI

90

90

I
F RE

FI R E

45

FI

45

FI

FI

45

45

FI

FI

Compound
R

90

90

WA
LL

90

IL
IN
G

90

Light Output Dispersion:

90

Using the Sync Module:

45

Compound

90

Sync Module

H+H

IN

OUT

FI

FI

90
Compound

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

SMD10-3A

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

45

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

+ _

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

Maximum Room Size (ft.)


20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

50 X 50

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

I
F RE

30
20
10

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Mounting:
*The SPC-1 Universal Retrofit Plate is designed for mounting to a variety of back boxes.
*Surface mount installations, use the RBX-1 Back Box Skirt.
Single gang
back box

Double gang
back box

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box
SPC-1

4 square
back box

SPC-1

SPC-1

RBX-1
RBX-1

RBX-1

Inches (mm)

3-3/8 (85.7)

Dimensions:

RBX-1

6-7/8 (174)

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SL24C-177

1-13/32 (35)
2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SL24C-3075110
Ceiling and Wall Mount
Select -A- Strobe
Description:
AMSECOs Ceiling and Wall mount Select-A-Strobe is designed
to comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet
UL Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling
devices for the hearing impaired. The SL24C-3075110 SelectA-Strobe features a unique candela intensity field selector
switch for alternating the candela 30cd, 75cd or 110cd intensity
output. The round housing design offers a low profile
appearance and is clearly labeled with FIRE lettering to be
view from all angles. These appliances are polarized for
connecting to supervised fire alarm circuits. The strobe is
designed with a xenon flashtube and provides a candela
intensity field selector switch for maximum performance. The
Ceiling/Wall mount Select-A-Strobe series is available in red
and white housing 24V DC models. The SL24C-3075110 can be
synchronized by using the SMD10-3A (daisy chain) Sync
Module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual
appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
designed for non-sleeping areas and are listed for indoor use,
ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Strobe with Selectable Candela 30cd, 75cd, 110cd

LL

ST

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ST
A

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Features:
* Selectable Candela 30cd, 75cd or 110 candela output.
* ADA/NFPA/ANSI compliant.
* UL listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL1971.
* Designed for use in non-sleeping areas.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 x 4 x 1-1/2 back box.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A
(daisy chain) Sync Module.
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional)
* The SPC-1 retrofit plate allows mounting to a variety of back
boxes (optional).
* Available in red or white housing.

Application:
The SL24C-3075110 Ceiling Strobe Series is recommended for
use in areas such as: warehouses, meeting rooms, schools,
corridors, apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and
any other application where effective visual warning is required
by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

LI

UL
C

UL

Strobe Wiring:

FI

FI

To Next Device
or End-Of LineResistor

Strobe Selectable Candela:

Control
Panel

_
I
F RE

IT

+ _

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.
0
11

d
0c
11

75
30

cd
30

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

cd
75
Tamper
proof cap

Maximum Room Size (ft.)


20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

50 X 50

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

30
20
10

Ordering Information:
Model
Number

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

Strobe
Selectable
(Candela)

Sync
Module

Mounting
Type

SL24C-3075110R
SL24C-3075110W

24
24

30, 75, 110


30, 75, 110

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

Flash
Operating
Rate
Voltage Range
(Times/min.)
(VDC)

Ceiling / Wall
Ceiling / Wall

60
60

16 ~ 33
16 ~ 33

Housing
Color
Red
White

The strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SL24C-3075110 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela
output shall be field selectable, having three (3) settings 30cd, 75cd and 110cd output. All settings shall be UL1971 listed for both
ceiling and wall mount applications. The signaling Strobe shall operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or fullwave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to produce a signal flash of one flash per second with
continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is required, the strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO
SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A (daisy chain) or other source of AMSECO sync protocol. The Strobe shall be capable of CEILING and WALL
mount to a variety of back boxes using the AMSECO SPC-1 retrofit back plate.
Signaling devices shall be installed in all non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

WA
LL

90

90

45

45

90

I
F RE

FI

FI
E

FI

90
FI

FI

Compound

Compound

I
F RE
I
F RE

90

90

45

FI

45

C
E

IL

IN
G

90

Light Output Dispersion:

90

@ 75cd

@ 110cd

FWR

16V
121

24V
87

33V
70

16V
168

24V
131

33V
110

221
254
183
298
306
236
410
386

Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush

Strobe

90

Compound

DC

Current (mA)

@ 30cd

45

Compound

45

Strobe Current Draw Table:

90

215
298
127
218
342
162
282
398

165
338
101
209
374
125
204
430

414
402
240
554
540
310
670
644

350
418
180
458
478
227
564
580

338
458
151
450
498
186
526
548

Mounting:
*The SPC-1 Universal Retrofit Plate is designed for mounting to a variety of back boxes.
*Surface mount installations, use the RBX-1 Back Box Skirt.
Single gang
back box

Double gang
back box

Octagon
back box

4 square
back box
SPC-1

4 square
back box

SPC-1

SPC-1

RBX-1
RBX-1

Using the Sync Module:

RBX-1

Dimensions:

RBX-1

Inches (mm)

Sync Module

FI

To Next Device or
End-Of LineResistor

3-3/8 (85.7)

OUT

FI

IN

SMD10-3A

_
H+H

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit

+ _
I
F RE

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SL24C-3075110

6-7/8 (174)

1-13/32 (35)
2-25/32 (70)

3-3/8 (85.7)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SL24W-153075

Patented

Selectable 15cd or 30cd.


Select -A- Strobe TM Series
Description:

F CA L IFO

LL

ST
A

APPROVED

I STI N

O
TE

F IR

E MAR

SH

FM

ST

UL
C

The SL24W-153075 Strobe series is recommended for use


in areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any
other application where effective visual warning is required
by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

UL

NI

Application:

Strobe with Universal Mounting Plate Included


G

AMSECOs Select-A-Strobe Series is designed to comply


with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling
devices for the hearing impaired. The SL24W series SelectA-Strobe features a unique candela intensity field selector
switch for alternating the candela output 15cd to 30cd (75cd
on axis). The strobe housing is clearly labeled with vertical
FIRE lettering and is polarized for connecting to
supervised fire alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a
xenon flashtube and provides a candela intensity field
selector switch for maximum performance.
The Select-A-Strobe Series is available in red and white
housing 24VDC models. The SL24W-153075 can be
synchronized by using the SMS1-3A sync module to comply
with NFPA recommendations concerning photosensitive
epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual appliances within
the field of view. The strobe signals are listed for indoor
use, wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

ER
VI C

MEA

A DA

Features:
* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards and ADA
Accessibility Guidelines.
* UL listed for wall mounting.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Universal mounting plate included with each unit.
* 24V DC strobe with two field selectable settings 15cd or 30cd.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 square, single gang, double gang,
or octagonal back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 15 or 30 candela Intensity.
* Tamper-proof candela selector switch.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMS1-3A Sync Module.
* Available in red or white housing.

Selectable Candela Output:

Strobe Wiring:

15

cd

F
I
R
E

Control
Panel

30
cd

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

+ _

15

30
Conductor size (AWG), length and capacity should be taken into
consideration prior to design and installation.

Tamper Proof

Ordering Information:
Model
Number

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

Selectable
Output
(Candela)

Sync
Module
Compatible

Mounting
Type

Universal
Mounting
Plate

Flash
Per/Min.

Housing
Color

SL24W-153075R

24

15 or 30

SMS1-3A

Wall

Included

60

Red

SL24W-153075W

24

15 or 30

SMS1-3A

Wall

Included

60

White

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246
Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SL24W-153075 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The
candela output shall be field selectable, having a dual setting of 15cd or 30cd output. The signaling Strobe shall operate on 24V
DC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to
produce one signal flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. The strobe shall be capable of WALL mounting
to a universal backbox. Visual signaling devices shall be mounted 80 above the highest floor point or 6 below ceiling; whichever
is lowest and are to be installed as per plans and specifications.

Light Output Distribution / Horizontal and Vertical Dispersion:

45

WALL

WALL

90

90

45
Compound 45

90

90

45

90

Compound 45

UL Required Minimum Light Output (cd)


Wall Mount Horizontal Wall Mount Vertical
@15cd @30cd
@30cd
@15cd
Degrees
75.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
0
13.50
27.00
27.00
13.50
5 ~ 25
13.50
27.00
22.50
11.25
30
9.75
19.50
22.50
11.25
35
6.90
13.80
22.50
11.25
40
5.10
10.20
22.50
11.25
45
4.05
8.10
16.50
8.25
50
3.30
6.60
13.50
6.75
55
2.70
5.40
12.00
6.00
60
2.40
4.50
10.50
5.25
65
2.25
4.50
10.50
5.25
70
1.95
3.90
9.00
4.50
75
1.80
3.60
9.00
4.50
80
1.80
3.60
7.50
3.75
85 ~ 90
7.20
3.60
Compound 45

Strobe Current Draw Table:

@
@

30cd

Dimensions:

16V

Average
Peak
In-Rush

15cd

24V
60
99
100
91
129
135

84
122
122
129
164
164

Average
Peak
In-Rush

inches (mm)

33V

16V

24V

118
264
264
178
368
368

47
84
119
71
115
223

33V

89
224
224
128
298
298

76
205
205
102
264
264

Using the SMS1-3A Sync Module:

2-1/4 (56.9)

5 (127)

FWR

DC

Current (mA)

3-3/8 (85.7)

3-9/32 (83.5)

3-9/32 (83.5)

5 (127)

3-3/8 (85.7)

1-13/16 (46)

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit_

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

OUT
_

+ _
*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Mounting Options:
Strobe with Universal mounting
plate and single gang box.

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and 4 square back box.

2 backbox
F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate

Strobe

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SL24W-153075

Strobe

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and double gang box.

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and surface mount back box.

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
backbox
F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate


Strobe

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate


Strobe

4BX-1
Surface Mount
back box
4SP-M
Mounting Plate

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SL24W-75110

Patented

Selectable 75cd or 110cd.


Select -A- Strobe Series
Description:

APPROVED

F CA L IFO

LL

ST
A

I STI N
O
TE

F IR

E MAR

SH

FM

ST

UL
C

The SL24W-75110 Strobe series is recommended for use in


areas such as: meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any
other application where effective visual warning is required
by Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

UL

NI

Application:

Strobe with Universal Mounting Plate Included


G

AMSECOs Select-A-Strobe Series is designed to comply


with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and meet UL
Standard 1971 requirements for emergency signaling
devices for the hearing impaired. The SL24C series SelectA-Strobe features a unique candela intensity field selector
switch for alternating the candela output 30cd, 75cd or
110cd. The strobe is polarized for connecting to supervised
fire alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon
flashtube and provides a candela intensity field selector
switch for maximum performance.
The Select-A-Strobe Series is available in red and white
housing 24VDC models. The SL24W-75110 can be
synchronized by using the SMS1-3A sync module to comply
with NFPA recommendations concerning photosensitive
epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual appliances within
the field of view. The strobe signals are listed for indoor
use, wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

R V IC

MEA

A DA

Features:
* Designed to meet or exceed NFPA/ANSI Standards and ADA
Accessibility Guidelines.
* UL listed for wall mounting.
* Screw terminal capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Universal mounting plate included with each unit.
* 24V DC strobe with field selectable settings 75cd or 110cd.
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges using filtered
DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage.
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 square, single gang, double gang, or
octagonal back box.
* 24 volt strobe models 75 or 110 candela Intensity.
* Tamper-proof candela selector switch.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMS1-3A Sync Module.
* Available in red or white housing.

Selectable Candela Output:

Strobe Wiring:

75

cd

F
I
R
E

Control
Panel

11
0cd

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

+ _

75

11
0
Conductor size (AWG), length and capacity should be taken into consideration
prior to design and installation.

Tamper Proof

Ordering Information:
Model
Number

Input
Voltage
(VDC)

Selectable
Output
(Candela)

Sync
Module
Compatible

Mounting
Type

Universal
Mounting
Plate

Flash
Per/Min.

Housing
Color

SL24W-75110R

24

75 or 110

SMS1-3A

Wall

Included

60

Red

SL24W-75110W

24

75 or 110

SMS1-3A

Wall

Included

60

White

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246
Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The visual alarm indicating appliance shall be AMSECO model SL24W-75110 or equivalent device. The Strobe shall be listed
under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired and shall be approved for fire protective service. The
candela output shall be field selectable, having a dual setting of 75cd or 110cd output. The signaling Strobe shall operate on
24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The signaling strobe shall be designed to
produce a one signal flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. The Strobe shall be capable of WALL mounting
to a universal backbox. Visual signaling devices shall be mounted 80 above the highest floor point or 6 below ceiling; whichever
is lowest and are to be installed as per plans and specifications.

Light Output Distribution / Horizontal and Vertical Dispersion:

45

WALL

WALL

90

90

45
Compound 45

90

90

45

90

Compound 45

UL Required Minimum Light Output (cd)


Wall Mount Horizontal Wall Mount Vertical
@110cd @75cd @110cd
@75cd
Degrees
75.00
110.00
110.00
75.00
0
67.50
99.00
99.00
67.50
5 ~ 25
67.50
99.00
82.50
56.25
30
48.75
71.50
82.50
56.25
35
34.50
50.60
82.50
56.25
40
25.50
37.40
82.50
56.25
45
20.25
29.70
60.50
41.25
50
16.50
24.20
49.50
33.75
55
13.50
19.80
44.00
30.00
60
12.00
17.60
38.50
26.25
65
11.25
16.50
38.50
26.25
70
9.75
14.30
33.00
22.50
75
9.00
13.20
33.00
22.50
80
9.00
13.20
27.50
18.75
85 ~ 90
26.40
18.00
Compound 45

Strobe Current Draw Table:

16V

75cd

Average
Peak
In-Rush

110cd

Average
Peak
In-Rush

24V

132
157
157
181
194
194

Dimensions:

92
132
132
122
156
156

inches (mm)

33V

16V

24V

33V

71
108
121
94
127

178
354
354
241
432
432

128
280
280
170
356
356

105
242
242
134
302
302

127

Using the SMS1-3A Sync Module:

2-1/4 (56.9)

5 (127)

FWR

DC

Current (mA)

3-3/8 (85.7)

3-9/32 (83.5)

3-9/32 (83.5)

5 (127)

3-3/8 (85.7)

1-13/16 (46)

F.A.C.P.
Signal
Circuit_

SMS1-3A

_
H+H

IN_

To Next Device or
End-Of Line-Resistor

F
I
R
E

OUT
_

+ _
*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Mounting Options:
Strobe with Universal mounting
plate and single gang box.

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and 4 square back box.

2 back box
F
I
R
E

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate

Strobe

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SL24W-75110

Strobe

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and double gang box.

Strobe with Universal mounting


plate and surface mount back box.

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
back box

4 x 4 x 1-1/2
back box
F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate


Strobe

F
I
R
E

Universal Mounting Plate


Strobe

4BX-1
Surface Mount
back box
4SP-M
Mounting Plate

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SSC25-177
SSC70-177
Ceiling and Wall Mount
Speaker/Strobe Combination
Description:

LL

FI R

E MAR

SH

ST
A

RV I C

MEA

Features:
* ADA / NFPA / ANSI Compliant
* UL Listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL 1971
* 177 candela output
* Speaker field selectable taps 1/4w, 1/2w, 1w, 2 watts
* Available 25Vrms and 70.7Vrms models
* Screw terminals capacity up to 12 AWG.
* Frequency range 400 Hz ~ 4,000 Hz.
* Integral blocking capacitor for line supervision
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges
using filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz)
* Strobe is polarized and rated at 24VDC
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A (daisyChain) Sync Module
* RBX-1back box skirt for surface mount (Optional)
* Available in red or white housing

Using the Sync Module:


FI

FI

I
F RE

The SSC-177 Series is recommended for use in areas such as:


warehouses, meeting rooms, schools, corridors, apartments,
office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other application
where effective visual warning is required by Federal, State, or
local authority having jurisdiction.

F.A.C.P &
VOICE / EVAC

Speaker

S+ S _

Application:

Strobe

L+ L _

TO NEXT DEVICE
or END-OF-LINE
-RESISITOR

Sync Module
SMD10-3A

_
H+ H

IN
_

OUT
_

TO NEXT DEVICE
or END-OF-LINE
-RESISITOR

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

Ordering Information:

SSC25-177R
SSC25-177W
SSC70-177R
SSC70-177W

STI N

OF CA L IFOR
TE

Pending

Strobe Speaker
_ S
_
+
+S

Model
Number

25 = 25Vrms
70 = 70.7Vrms
177 = 177cd
R = Red
W = White

LI

UL
C

ST

SSC25-177R

UL

A
NI

How to Order:

Speaker/Strobe Combination 177cd.


G

AMSECOs ceiling and wall mount fire alarm Speaker/Strobe series


is designed to generate attention grabbing tones and voice
commands for emergency signaling evacuation applications.
These highly efficient low profile speakers are available with field
selectable taps , , 1, 2 watts. The low profile speakers are
available in two input voltage models 25 and 70.7 Vrms and can be
installed on a standard 4 square back box. The strobe features a
177 candela intensity output. The housing is clearly labeled with
FIRE lettering and is polarized for connecting to supervised fire
alarm circuits. The strobe is designed with a xenon flash tube and
provides a high intensity output for maximum performance. The
SSC-177 Speaker/Strobe Series is available in red or white housing
models.
The Strobe can be synchronized by using the SMD10-3A sync
module to comply with NFPA recommendations concerning
photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more visual appliances
within the field of view. The strobe signals are listed for indoor use,
ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971 Standard.

Speaker
Voltage
(Vrms)

Strobe
Output
(Candela)

Sync
Module

Speaker
Selectable Taps
(Watts)

Strobe
Flash Rate
(times/min)

Mounting
Type

Housing
Color

25
25
70.7
70.7

177
177
177
177

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

, , 1, 2
, , 1, 2
, , 1, 2
, , 1, 2

60
60
60
60

Ceiling & Wall


Ceiling & Wall
Ceiling & Wall
Ceiling & Wall

Red
White
Red
White

The speaker/strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32 F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246
Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The Fire alarm speaker shall be capable of reproducing alarm tones or voice commands on 25Vrms or 70.7Vrms. Speakers shall
provide incremental tap settings of , , 1, and 2 watts and shall be selected by means of a jumper wire. The speaker shall have a
frequency range of 400 to 4,000 Hz. The speaker shall produce a UL sound pressure level at 10 feet up to 84dB. The speaker shall be
approved for fire alarm signaling use. The Strobe shall be listed under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired
and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela output shall be 177. The signaling strobe shall operate on 24VDC from a
non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The strobe shall be designed to produce one signal flash per
second with continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe synchronization is required, the strobe shall be compatible with the
AMSECO SMS1-3A, SMD10-3A or other source of AMSECO sync protocol. The Speaker/Strobe shall be capable of WALL or CEILING
mounting. The Visual signaling devices are to be installed in all sleeping and non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

IL
IN
G

90

Light Output Dispersion:


WA
LL

90

FI

I
F RE

FI

45

45

90

FI

FI

90

FI

Compound

Compound

I
F RE
I
F RE

90

90

45
FI

45

C
E

90

90

Rated Input Voltage


( V r.m.s./ 1kHz )

45

Compound

Speaker specifications:

45

90

25V

Input Power (Watts)

2.5
75

Impedance (k ohms)
Sound Pressure Level (dB/10ft)
Frequency Response (Hz)

1.25
78

Low Frequency Cut Off (Hz)


Operating Temperature Range

70.7V
1
0.62
81

0.31
20
10
84
75
78
400 ~ 4,000
200
32F ~ 120F ( 0C ~ 49C )

@177cd

Average
Peak
In-Rush

16V
378
584
460

DC
24V
245
428
476

1
5
81

2
2.5
84

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:


Current (mA)

90

Compound

33V 16V
185 468
380 844
508 788

FWR
24V
332
804
828

33V
264
700
716

Maximum
Ceiling
Height (ft.)

Maximum Room Size (ft.)


20 X 20

30 X 30

40 X 40

50 X 50

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

30
20
10

Surface Mount

Mounting:
4 square
x 2-1/8 deep
back box.

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)

Wall or Ceiling Mount


4 square
x 2-1/8 deep
back box.

1 (25.5)

3-3/8 (85.7)

I
F RE

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SSC-177

1-49/64 (45)
2-25/32 (70)

FI

6-7/8 (174)

FI

3-3/8 (85.7)

RBX-1
back box
skirt
(Optional)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SSC25-3075110
SSC70-3075110
Ceiling and Wall Mount
Select -A- Speaker/Strobe Combination
Description:

FIR

MEA

ST
A

STI N

OF C A L IFOR

LL

TE

E MA R

SH

25 = 25Vrms
70 = 70.7Vrms
3075110 = 30cd, 75cd or 110cd
R = Red
W = White

ST

SSC25-3075110R

LI

UL ULC

A
NI

How to Order:

Selectable 30cd, 75cd, 110cd.


G

AMSECOs ceiling and wall mount fire alarm Select-ASpeaker/Strobe are designed to generate attention grabbing
tones and voice commands for emergency signaling evacuation
applications. These highly efficient low profile speakers are
available with field selectable taps , , 1, 2 watts. The low profile
speakers are available in two input voltage models 25 and 70.7
Vrms and can be installed on a standard 4 square back box. The
series is designed with the exclusive Select-A-Strobe. The strobe
features a unique candela intensity field selector switch for
alternating the candela output 30cd, 75cd and 110cd. The strobe
housing is clearly labeled with FIRE lettering and is polarized for
connecting to supervised fire alarm circuits. The strobe is
designed with a xenon flash tube and provides a candela intensity
field selector switch for maximum performance.
The Select-A-Speaker/Strobe Series is available in red or white
housing models. The Strobe can be synchronized by using the
SMD10-3A sync module to comply with NFPA recommendations
concerning photosensitive epilepsy when installing 2 or more
visual appliances within the field of view. The strobe signals are
listed for indoor use, ceiling and wall mount, under UL 1971
Standard.

RV I C

Features:
* ADA / NFPA / ANSI Compliant
* UL Listed for Ceiling and Wall mounting under UL 1971
* Three field selectable settings 30cd, 75cd and 110cd
* Speaker field selectable taps 1/4w, 1/2w, 1w and 2 watts
* Available 25Vrms and 70.7Vrms models
* Screw terminals capacity up to 12 AWG
* Frequency range 400 Hz ~ 4,000 Hz
* Integral blocking capacitor for line supervision
* Polarized strobes with wide listed voltage ranges
using filtered DC or unfiltered FWR input voltage
* Meets ADA guidelines for minimum one flash per/sec (1Hz).
* All models mount to 4 square back box
* Strobes are polarized and rated at 24VDC.
* Synchronization requires an AMSECO SMD10-3A (daisy
chain) Sync Module
* RBX-1 back box skirt for surface mount (optional)
* Available in red or white housing

Strobe Selectable Candela:

S
W

IT
C
H

Application:
The SSC-3075110 Series is recommended for use in areas such
as: warehouses, meeting rooms, schools, corridors,
apartments, office buildings, restaurants, hotels, and any other
application where effective visual warning is required by
Federal, State, or local authority having jurisdiction.

0
11

d
0c
11

75
30

d
0c

cd
75
Tamper
proof cap

Ordering Information:
Model
Number

Speaker
Voltage
(Vrms)

Strobe
Selectable
(Candela)

Sync
Module

Speaker
Selectable Taps
(Watts)

Strobe
Flash Rate
(times/min)

Mounting
Type

Housing
Color

SSC25-3075110R
SSC25-3075110W
SSC70-3075110R
SSC70-3075110W

25
25
70.7
70.7

30, 75, 110


30, 75, 110
30, 75, 110
30, 75, 110

SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A
SMD10-3A

, , 1, 2
, , 1, 2
, , 1, 2
, , 1, 2

60
60
60
60

Ceiling & Wall


Ceiling & Wall
Ceiling & Wall
Ceiling & Wall

Red
White
Red
White

The speaker/strobe is listed for indoor use with a temperature operating range of 32 F ~ 120F (0C ~ 49C )
Specifications subject to change without notice.

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246
Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

06/2003

Engineering Specifications:
The Fire alarm speaker shall be capable of reproducing alarm tones or voice commands on 25Vrms or 70.7Vrms. Speakers shall
provide incremental tap settings of , , 1, and 2 watts and shall be selected by means of a jumper wire. The speaker shall have a
frequency range of 400 to 4,000 Hz. The speaker shall produce a UL sound pressure level at 10 feet up to 84dB. The speaker shall be
approved for fire alarm signaling use. The Strobe shall be listed under UL 1971 Standard for signaling devices for the hearing impaired
and shall be approved for fire protective service. The candela output shall be field selectable, having three setting 30cd, 75cd and 110cd
output. The signaling strobe shall operate on 24VDC from a non-coded regulated DC supply or full-wave rectified, unfiltered supply. The
strobe shall be designed to produce one signal flash per second with continuously applied minimum voltage. When strobe
synchronization is required, the strobe shall be compatible with the AMSECO SMS1-3A or SMD10-3A or other source of AMSECO sync
protocol. The Speaker/Strobe shall be capable of WALL or CEILING mounting. The Visual signaling devices are to be installed in all
non-sleeping areas as per plans and specifications.

Using the Sync Module:

90

45

45

Speaker

Strobe

S+ S _

FI

FI

Strobe Speaker
_ S
_
+
+S

FI

90

FI

FI

FI

F.A.C.P &
VOICE / EVAC

Compound

Compound

I
F RE

IL
IN
G

90

Light Output Dispersion:

L+ L _

TO NEXT DEVICE
or END-OF-LINE
-RESISITOR

FI R E
I
F RE

45

Sync Module

90

90

45

Compound

Speaker specifications:
Rated Input Voltage
( V r.m.s./ 1kHz )

45

45

90

_
H+ H
0

2.5
75

Impedance (k ohms)
Sound Pressure Level (dB/10ft)
Frequency Response (Hz)

1.25
78

Low Frequency Cut Off (Hz)


Operating Temperature Range

@30cd

@75cd

@110cd

Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush
Average
Peak
In-Rush

16V
121
221
254
183
298
306
236
410
386

DC
24V
87
215
298
127
218
342
162
282
398

33V 16V
70
168
165 414
338 402
101 240
209 554
374 540
125 310
204 670
430 644

FWR
24V
131
350
418
180
458
478
227
564
580

OUT
_

*The Sync module is rated for 3.0 amperes at 24 VDC.

70.7V
1
0.62
81

0.31
20
10
84
75
78
400 ~ 4,000
200
32F ~ 120F ( 0C ~ 49 C )

Strobe Only Current Draw Table:


Current (mA)

Compound

IN
_

25V

Input Power (Watts)

TO NEXT DEVICE
or END-OF-LINE
-RESISITOR

SMD10-3A

33V
110
338
458
151
450
498
186
526
548

1
5
81

2
2.5
84

Room Spacing for Ceiling-Mounted Visible Appliances


Minimum Light Output by Room Size.
Maximum
Maximum Room Size (ft.)
Ceiling
50 X 50
40 X 40
Height (ft.) 20 X 20 30 X 30
30
20
10

75cd.
30cd.
30cd.

75cd.
75cd.
30cd.

177cd.
110cd.
75cd.

177cd.
177cd.
110cd.

Surface Mount

Mounting:
4 square
x 2-1/8 deep
back box.
Wall or Ceiling Mount

Dimensions:

Inches (mm)
4 square
x 2-1/8 deep
back box.

FI

FI

3-3/8 (85.7)

RBX-1
back box
skirt
(Optional)

I
F RE

6-7/8 (174)

Hochiki America Corporatrion : SSC-3075110

1-49/64 (45)
2-25/32 (70)

1 (25.5)

3-3/8 (85.7)

Specifications subject to change without notice.

FN-300-ULX, FN-400-ULX, FN-600-ULX, FN-1024-ULX


SPECIFICATIONS
FN-300-ULX:
24VDC or 12VDC rated @ 2.5 amps max
Input 115VAC / 60Hz, 1.45 amps
12VDC or 24VDC selectable output
Maximum charge current 0.7 amps
Enclosure size of 13"H x 13.5"W x 3.25"D
FN-400-ULX:
24VDC or 12VDC rated @ 3 amps max
Input 115VAC / 60Hz, 1.45 amps
12VDC or 24VDC selectable output
Maximum charge current 0.7 amps
Enclosure size of 13"H x 13.5"W x 3.25"D
FN-600-ULX:
24VDC or 12VDC rated @ 6 amps max
Input 115VAC / 60Hz, 1.9 amps
12VDC or 24VDC selectable output
Maximum charge current 0.7 amps
Enclosure size of 13"H x 13.5"W x 3.25"D
DESCRIPTION
The FN-300-ULX, FN-400-ULX, FN-600-ULX, and FN1024-ULX are extremely cost effective voltage regulated remote Power Extenders. These power supply/
charger s convert a 115VAC / 60Hz input, to a 12VDC
or 24VDC regulated output. The ULX series Power
Extenders are designed to provide auxiliary power to
support system accessories.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal

3022852

MEA

S8680

NYC Department
of Building
168-92-E Vol. 12

7315-0410:167
7315-0410:168

FN-1024-ULX:
24VDC or 12VDC rated @ 10 amps max
Input 115VAC / 60Hz, 4.4 amps
24VDC output
Maximum charge current 3.6 amps
Enclosure size of 15.5"H x 12"W x 4.5"D
STANDARD FEATURES
Input fuse rated @ 3.5 amps/250V
Filtered and electronically regulated output
Short circuit and thermal overload protection
AC fail supervision (form "C" contacts)
Low battery supervision (form "C" contacts)
Battery presence supervision (form "C" contacts)
Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or gel type

batteries
Automatic switch over to stand-by battery when AC
fails
Zero voltage drop when switched over to battery
backup
AC input and DC output LED indicators
Accommodates up to two (2) 12VDC/7AH batteries
Power supply, enclosure, cam lock and battery leads

Specifications subject to change without notice

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F00109

06/2010

FN-642-ULADA, FN-842-ULADA, FN-1042-ULADA


SPECIFICATIONS
FN-642-ULADA:
24VDC OR 12VDC rated @ 6.5 amp max.
Four (4) Class A or Four (4) Class B outputs.
Enclosure size of 18"H x 14.5"W x 4.625"D
FN-842-ULADA:
24VDC OR 12VDC rated @ 8 amp max.
Four (4) Class A or Four (4) Class B outputs.
Enclosure size of 18"H x 14.5"W x 4.625"D
FN-1042-ULADA:
24VDC OR 12VDC rated @ 10 amp max.
Four (4) Class A or Four (4) Class B outputs.
Enclosure size of 18"H x 14.5"W x 4.625"D
STANDARD FEATURES
Two (2) Class A or (2) Class B FACP inputs.
Two (2) NC dry contact trigger inputs.
Four (4) Class A or Four (4) Class B indicating

DESCRIPTION
The FN-642-ULADA, FN-842-ULADA, and FN-1042ULADA are extremely cost effective voltage regulated
remote NAC Power Entenders. They may be connected to any 12 or 24VDC Fire Alarm Control Panel
(FACP). Primary applications include Notification
Appliance Circuit (NAC) expansion (supports ADA
requirements) and will provide auxiliary power to
support system accessories.

PRODUCT LISTINGS
California
State Fire
Marshal

3022852

MEA

S5694

NYC Department
of Building
220-95-E Vol. 18

7315-0410:171

Specifications subject to change without notice

Hochiki America Corporation


7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Phone: 714/522-2246 Fax: 714/522-2268
Technical Support: 800/845-6692 or technicalsupport@hochiki.com

circuits
Two (2) Class B outputs may be paralleled for
more power on an indicating circuit.
One (1) Aux. Power Output @ 1 amp supply
current (with or without battery back up).
Signal Circuit Trouble Memory - Facilitates quickly
locating intermittent system trouble and eliminates
costly and unneccessary service calls. LED's
indicate a prior fault (short, open, ground) has
occured on one or more signaling circuit outputs.
2 wire Horn/Strobe Sync mode allows audible
notification appliances (Horns) to besilenced while
visual notification appliances (Strobes) continue to
operate,
Horn/Strobe sync protocols include: Gentex,
System Sensor, Faraday, Wheelock and Amseco.
Temporal Code 3 Mode.
Steady Mode.
Input to Output Follower Mode (maintainas
synchronization of notification appliance circuits).
March Time.
Compatible with 24VDC or 12VDC fire panles.
Input 115VAC.
AC fail, battery presence & low battery monitoring.
Accommodates up to two (2) 12VDC/12AH batteries.
Power supply, logic board, re enclosure, cam lock,
transformer & battery leads
Find latest revision at www.hochiki.com

F00105

03/2010

Introduction

Hochiki America Corporation provides its customers with


reliable, high quality fire detection equipment utilizing
the latest technology available.

Analog Sensors

Our new sensors are dramatically small in size like their


predecessors the Hochiki America low profile conventional
smoke detectors. Yet they maintain the dependability
Hochiki customers have come to rely on. This bulletin
documents all the NS Analog Sensors (ALG-EA, ALG-V
AIE-EA, and ATG-EA).

Photoelectric Smoke Sensor


Features
The ALG-EA/-V photoelectric smoke chamber that can
detect smoldering or fast-flaming fires.
The combination of a high signal-to-noise ratio and
sensitivity stability make this sensor effective in a wide
range of environmental conditions.
User programmable alarm thresholds.
A reliable and fully digital transmission method, which is
highly immune to noise.
The control panel is able to verify the status of any device.
Whether the device is dirty or approaching an alarm
condition, it can make this determination routinely.
It is possible to assign a priority to any device that is
deemed necessary by the nature of the systems design.
There is an interrupt sequence, which can assign priority
to fire and other similar signals.

ALG-EA/-V

ALG-EA/-V Specifications

GaAlAs Infrared Emitting Diode


24.0 ~ 40.7 VDC
41.0 VDC MAXIMUM
390 A Typical
540 A Maximum
Low Power Mode (S-SC)
120 A @ 0.75s
110 A @ 1.50s
When Called (S-SC)
2mA (momentary)
Alarm mode (S-SC)
8mA
Remote LED (during alarm) 8mA
Device Type Code
88 Hex
-10~ 50C
Operating Temperature
-20~ 60C
Storage Temperature
S-SC Protocol
Half duplex, asynchronous communication
Speed: 1200 bps
1 stop bit, 1 parity bit
Error check: Check-sum, even parity check
TX protocol control: polling, selecting, interrupt
TX code: 8 bit binary data
S-SC line resistance
50 Ohm MAX. (14~18 AWG. wiring)
Dimensions
3-15/16"D X 1-1/2"H
3.4 oz. (with YBN-NSA-4 base 5.1 oz.)
Weight
See control panel operating manual
Test Feature
Environment
Indoor Use Only
EEPROM (refer to control panel
Address setting method
(1 - 127 addresses)
operating manual for address
setting procedure or utilize
Hochiki TCH-B100 - See Page 9)
Base Requirement
HSB-NSA-6 or YBN-NSA-4
Light Source
Voltage Operating Range
Average Current Consumption
Normal Mode (S-SC)

TECHNICAL BULLETIN HA-96


DECEMBER 2003

Ionization Smoke Sensor


Features

The AIE-EA ionization smoke sensor has a


computer-designed smoke chamber that can detect
smoldering or fast-flaming fires.
The combination of a high signal-to-noise ratio and
sensitivity stability make this sensor effective in a wide
range of environmental conditions.
User programmable alarm thresholds.
A reliable and fully digital transmission method, which
is highly immune to noise.
The control panel is able to verify the status of any
device. Whether the device is dirty or approaching an
alarm condition. It can make this determination
routinely.
It is possible to assign a priority to any device that is
deemed necessary by the nature of the systems design.
There is an interrupt sequence, which can assign
priority to fire and other similar signals.

AIE-EA

AIE-EA Specifications
Americium 241 (0.98 Ci)
24.0 ~ 40.7 VDC
41.0 VDC MAXIMUM
350 A Typical
460 A Maximum
Low Power Mode (S-SC)
140 A @ 0.75s
100 A @ 1.50s
2mA (momentary)
When Called (S-SC)
8mA
Alarm mode (S-SC)
Remote LED (during alarm) 8mA
Device Type Code
A8 Hex
Operating Temperature
-10~ 50C
-20~ 60C
Storage Temperature
S-SC Protocol
Half duplex, asynchronous communication
Speed: 1200 bps
1 stop bit, 1 parity bit
Error check: Check-sum, even parity check
TX protocol control: polling, selecting, interrupt
TX code: 8 bit binary data
S-SC line resistance
50 Ohm MAX. (14~18 AWG. wiring)
Dimensions
3-15/16"D X 1-1/2"H
Weight
4.2 oz. (with YBN-NSA-4 base 5.9 oz.)
Test Feature
See control panel operating manual
Environment
Indoor Use Only
Address setting method
EEPROM (refer to control panel
(1 - 127 addresses)
operating manual for address
setting procedure or utilize
Hochiki TCH-B100 - See Page 9)
Base Requirement
HSB-NSA-6 or YBN-NSA-4
Radioactive Source
Voltage Operating Range
Average Current Consumption
Normal Mode (S-SC)

Heat Sensor
Features

The ATG-EA heat sensor is a computer-designed heat


sensing device that can accurately detect fast-flaming fires.
The combination of a high signal-to-noise ratio and
sensitivity stability make this sensor effective in a wide
range of environmental conditions.
User programmable alarm thresholds.
A reliable and fully digital transmission method, which is
highly immune to noise.
The control panel is able to verify the status of any device.
Such as whether or not the device is approaching an
alarm condition. The control panel can make this
determination routinely.
It is possible to assign a priority to any device that is
deemed necessary by the nature of the systems design.
There is an interrupt sequence, which can assign priority
to fire and other similar signals.

ATG-EA

ATG-EA Specifications
Heat Sensing Element
Voltage Operating Range
Average Current Consumption
Normal Mode (S-SC)

Thermistor
24.0 ~ 40.7 VDC
41.0 VDC MAXIMUM
350 A Typical
500 A Maximum
Low Power Mode (S-SC)
110 A @ 0.75s
100 A @ 1.50s
When Called (S-SC)
2mA (momentary)
Alarm mode (S-SC)
8mA
Remote LED (during alarm) 8mA
Device Type Code
98 Hex
Operating Temperature
-10~ 50C
Storage Temperature
-20~ 60C
S-SC Protocol
Half duplex, asynchronous communication
Speed: 1200 bps
1 stop bit, 1 parity bit
Error check: Check-sum, even parity check
TX protocol control: polling, selecting, interrupt
TX code: 8 bit binary data
50 Ohm MAX. (14~18 AWG. wiring)
S-SC line resistance
Dimensions
3-15/16"D X 1-9/16"H
Weight
3.2 oz. (with YBN-NSA-4 base 4.9 oz.)
See control panel operating manual
Test Feature
Environment
Indoor Use Only
Address setting method
EEPROM (refer to control panel
operating manual for address
(1 - 127 addresses)
setting procedure or utilize
Hochiki TCH-B100 - See Page 9)
Base Requirement
HSB-NSA-6 or YBN-NSA-4

Proper placement of sensors


This section explains how to determine the number of sensors you
need, and where to place them.
By following the guidelines listed in NFPA 72, base the number
and location of sensors on an engineering survey of the area to be
protected.

Factors to consider

Contents to be protected.
Type of construction and use of structure.
Human occupancy.
Burning characteristics of contents

Space involved.
Height of ceilings.
Surface condition of ceilings.
Total area.
Air movement--stratification.
Vent locations--velocities and dilution.
Deflections and obstructions.

Location Sensors
One smoke sensor covers 450 to 900 square feet.
One heat sensor covers up to 2500 square feet.
Consider local conditions and codes along with engineering evaluations
to determine the proper spacing and specifications.
Warning: HEAT SENSORS ARE NOT LIFE SAFETY DEVICES. WHERE LIFE
SAFETY IS A FACTOR SMOKE SENSORS ARE RECOMMENDED.

Examples

You may use 30-foot spacing on smooth ceilings for smoke sensors.
You may use 50-foot spacing on smooth ceilings for heat sensors.
Beams other obstructions extending more that 18" below the ceiling
reduce the effective range of the sensors. Such obstructions should
designate a new separation point, and be considered a border for a new
section.
Beams or other obstructions extending more that 8" but less than 18"
require reduced spacing at the perpendicular of the obstructions.
NOTE: FOR INFORMATION ON DIFFERING STYLES OF CONSTRUCTION
CONSULT THE NFPA HANDBOOK, SECTION 72.
Warning: DO NOT INSTALL HOCHIKI SMOKE SENSORS IN THE
FOLLOWING AREAS:

Where temperatures are likely to exceed 100F or fall below 32F.


Closer than 4 inches to any side wall.
Where forced ventilation can dilute the smoke from a fire
In known areas of combustion such as kitchens or furnace rooms.

Testing
Smoke Sensors
Remember, for a smoke sensor to operate efficiently, combustion
products must enter the outer chamber. Air flow, stratification, velocity,
stagnation, and migration all affect the efficiency and accuracy of the
sensor.
You may use an air flow meter to determine the movement of air within
a structure.
Field testing equipment is available from Hochiki for testing the function
of the sensors. See the Hochiki Tester section in this bulletin and the
control panel operation manual for more information.

Maintenance
Consult local codes and ordinances.
Hochiki recommends biannual confirmation of functional operation and
external appearance.
You can obtain field testing equipment from Hochiki. See the Hochiki
Tester section in this bulletin for more information.

Heat Sensors
There are two basic test methods that can be used to determine proper
operation of the ATG-EA.
1. Testing can be accomplished by use of the built in test feature.
For proper operation refer to the control panel operation manual.
2. Functional testing can be accomplished by using the TTA-1H
heat sensor tester. See testers section.
TECHNICAL BULLETIN HA-96
DECEMBER 2003

Manual cleaning procedures


BOTTOM VIEW OF ALG-EA

Cleaning the photoelectric sensor

OUTER COVER
RECESS AND KEY
OUTER COVER

This section explains how to clean the ALG-EA/-V sensors.


Use the diagram to identify the sensor's parts.

Tools

You will need:


Hochiki America's NSRT-A100 Cover Removal Tool
A small soft bristled artist's paint brush
Denatured alcohol
Clean dry compressed air
NOTE: Use only lint-free materials when cleaning the chambers of
the photoelectric smoke detector. Use of fibrous materials may result
in false alarms.

Remove and disassemble the sensor

Follow the steps in this section to prepare the sensor for cleaning:
1. Remove the sensor from its base.
2. Disassemble sensor by following the NSRT-A100 instructions found
on page 5 of this document.
OUTER COVER
RECESS AND KEY

OUTER COVER

Clean the sensor

Follow the steps in this section to clean the sensor.


not attempt to remove the insect screen.
1. Remove the Outer Cover of the sensor as specified on page 5
and set aside.
2. Place the sensor in the palm of your left hand and grasp the
Chamber Cover with your right hand. Twist the Chamber Cover counter
clockwise until the Cover Tabs clear the Tab Catches. Lift and
separate the Chamber Cover from the Optical Unit.
3. Swab the Optical Unit with denatured alcohol using a small soft
bristled brush.
4. Use dry clean compressed air to dry the optical unit and to remove
any remaining particles.
5. Clean the Chamber Cover and Outer Cover in the same manner.
CAUTION: Do

ALIGNMENT
ARROW 1

CHAMBER
COVER

COVER
TABS

(3 total
1 hidden)
SENSING
CHAMBER

OPE
N

SE
CLO

TAB
CATCH
(3 TOTAL
1 hidden)

PHOTODIODE
OUTER
COVER
KEY
OUTER
COVER
KEY

IR LED

ALIGNMENT
ARROW 2

OPTICAL UNIT
(BLACK AREA)
EXPLODED VIEW OF ALG-EA

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Reassemble the sensor.

Follow the steps in this section to reassemble the sensor.


1. Locate the Alignment Arrows on both the Chamber Cover and the
Optical Unit.
2. Set the Chamber Cover onto the Optical Unit while making sure that
Alignment Arrow 1 and Alignment Arrow 2 are aligned with one another.
3. Holding the sensor in your left hand and grasping the Chamber Cover
with your right hand, rotate the Chamber Cover clockwise until the
Cover Tabs snap into the Tab Catches.
4. Place the Outer Cover of the sensor nose down on a flat surface.
5. Align the Outer Cover Keys with the Recess in the Outer Cover (two
orientations are possible, only one will fit properly).
6. With the Outer Cover Keys aligned with the Cover Recessed, press
down firmly on the back of the sensor. The sensor will snap into
the Outer Cover. The sensor is now ready to be returned to the
base from which it was removed.
7. The sensor should be re-tested by following the test procedure
found in the control panel literature.
NOTE:

If after testing, the sensor is not working within the prescribed


range then return it to the manufacturer for servicing.

AIE Cleaning Instructions


This section explains how to clean the AIE-EA sensor. Use the
diagram to identify the sensor's part.

Tool
You will need:
Hochiki America's NSRT-A100 Cover Removal Tool
Soap solution (1 teaspoon of Lemon Joy to 1 gallon clean water)
Soap bristled brush
Clean dry compressed air
Distilled water
Vacuum

Remove and disassemble the sensor


Follow the steps in this section to prepare the sensor for cleaning:
1. Remove the sensor from its base.
2. Disassemble sensor by following the NSRT-A100 instructions
found on page 5 of this document.
CAUTION: Only the Outer Cover may be cleaned with a soap
solution. Never attempt to clean any other part of the sensor with a
soap solution. This may render the sensor inoperable.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE INSECT SCREEN !!!.

OUTER COVER
RECESS AND KEY

BOTTOM VIEW OF AIE-EA

Clean the sensor

OUTER COVER

Follow the steps in this section to clean the sensor.


1. Remove the Outer Cover of the sensor as specified on page 5 and
set aside.
2. Vacuum the Outer Chamber and Insect Screen to remove any
foreign matter from the sensor.
3. Submerse the Outer Cover in the soap solution and scrub with the
brush to remove any foreign matter from the Outer Cover.
4. Rinse the Outer Cover in distilled water and blow it dry with clean
compressed air.

Reassemble the sensor


Follow the steps in this section to reassemble the sensor:
1. Place the Outer Cover of the sensor nose down on a flat surface.
2. Align the Outer Cover Keys with the Recessed in the Outer Cover
(Two orientations are possible, only one will fit properly).
3. With the Outer Cover Keys aligned with the Outer Cover
Recessed, press down firmly on the back of the sensor. The sensor
will snap into the Outer Cover. The sensor is now ready to be
returned to the base from which it was removed.
4. The sensor should be re-tested by following the test procedure
found in the control panel literature.
NOTE: If after testing, the sensor is not working within the
prescribed range, then return it to the manufacturer for
servicing.

STATUS LEDS

OUTER CHAMBER

INSECT SCREEN

OUTER COVER KEYS


EXPLODED VIEW OF AIE-EA

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Sensor Cover Removal Instructions

LOCATOR

This section explains how to remove the outer cover from the
AIE-EA or the ALG-EA/ ALG-V by using the NSRT-A100.

Tool
You will need:
Hochiki America's NSRT-A100 tool

Remove and disassemble the sensor


Follow the steps in this section for removal of the sensor cover:
1. Place the sensor to be disassembled on the NSRT-A100 tool
making sure that the Locator on the sensor is aligned as shown
on the diagram.
2. Using your thumb and index finger rotate the sensor back and
forth until it drops into place on the NSRT-A100.
3. Grasp the sensor firmly and rotate the sensor clockwise
(approximately 30 deg.) until the Locator on the sensor lines up
with the Mounting Ears of the NSRT-A100. The contact blades
on the sensor will engage on the NSRT-A100 and will prevent
further rotation.
4. The sensor cover is now disengaged from the sensor body and can
be removed by pulling the sensor cover away from the NSRTA100.
5. After the cover has been removed, refer to the sensor cleaning
instructions to clean and reassemble the sensor.

ALIGN
LOCATOR
HERE
MOUNTING
EARS

ROTATE
TO
REMOVE
COVER
ALIGN
LOCATOR
HERE

NSRT-A100

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Testers
The TSE-A100 smoke detector tester
The Hochiki TSE-A100 is one of the most advanced units of its kind and
is the result of extensive research and development aimed at making the
job of testing sensors a simple and efficient operation.
The TSE-A100 can be used to test all types of smoke sensors by
applying smoke from an internal smoke source.
Telescopic Pole

Features
The TSE-A100 employs telescoping construction for easy adjustment
to ceiling height.
Simple operating controls are located on the base of the unit.
The TSE-A100 houses its own source of smoke (punk sticks) within a
special chamber that isolates the combustion material from the
outside. This unique design enables the tester safely to generate a
stable volume of smoke.
The unit comes with a shoulder-sling carrying case for easy
portability from one site to another.
The TSE-A100 extends from 5.25 feet to 14.1 feet.

Power Indicator Screw


Punk Stick Holder Retainer

Preparing the TSE-A100


Combustion Chamber
Punk Stick

Instruction Label

This section explains how to prepare the TSE-A100 to test smoke


sensor.
1. Remove the TSE-A100 from its carrying case.
2. Unscrew the combustion chamber from the bottom of the TSE-A100
3. Unscrew the punk stick holder retainer from the combustion chamber.
4. Insert a punk stick into the punk stick holder in the combustion
chamber.
5. Light the punk stick with a flame.
6. Reassemble the combustion chamber.
7. Screw the combustion chamber back into the bottom of the TSE-A100
8. Extend the telescopic pole of the TSE-A100 to a length which
enables you to reach the detector you wish to test.

Testing a detector

TSE-A100 specifications

Rated Voltage
Battery
Combustion material
Weight
Maximum length

3 VDC
D size (2)
Punk stick (7mm diameter, 150mm long)
5 pounds
14.1 feet

Once you have prepared the TSE-A100, follow the steps in this section
to test smoke detectors.
NOTE: Allow 30 to 60 seconds after igniting punk stick for sufficient
smoke generation. For proper airflow, observe battery polarity.
1. Rotate the combustion chamber so the #2 arrow lines up with the
power indicator screw. The fan powers on and a steady flow of smoke
is released from the tip of the TSE-A100.
2. Raise the extended tip of the TSE-A100 to within 6-8" of the sensor.
The sensor should alarm.

Storing the TSE-A100

This section explains how to store the TSE-A100 after use.


1. Rotate the combustion chamber to the #1 position to turn the power
off.
2. Compress the telescopic pole to its shortest length.
3. Replace the TSE-A100 in its carrying case.
4. Store in a cool, dry place.
5. For extended storage, remove the batteries.
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The TTA-1H Heat Sensor Tester


The TTA-1H is a state of the art heat sensor tester. It is the most
advanced heat testing device of its kind. It is the result of intense
research and developement aimed at making the job of testing self
restoring heat devices a simple and efficient operation.

Features

Quick response ceramic heater element.


Built in circulation fan for even distribution of heat.
Swivel mounted head for easy access to heat sensor.
Rubber contact points to protect the heat sensor, yet allowing
good contact for rapid testing.
Inline switch between test pole and battery pack adding to the
simple and easy operation.
Power indicating LED on bottom of test head.
Three section pole with friction power locks.
Use of portable battery pack with belt mount.
Optional use shoulder strap for battery pack.
Battery pack protected by a 10A circuit breaker.
Special calibration plate provided so as to perform a quick
periodic calibration check.

ATG-EA
View of TTA-1H
in relationship
to sensor
Lightweight Head
with built in
circulation fan

Adjustable
aluminum pole

Top View Of TTA-1H Head


Special Quick Response
Ceramic Heater

Rubber Bumbers
and Pad

Testing a heat sensor


This section explains how to use the TTA-1H to test
smoke sensors.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE THIS DEVICE ON NON-RESTORABLE
HEAT SENSORS OR DETECTORS!!!!

1. Connect 12Volt plug from the TTA-1H into the


battery pack.
Mounting Knobs

Specifications Tester and Pole


Operating Voltage
Current Consumption
Normal Operation
Maximum Surge
Heater Temperature
Pole extension
Weight
Dimensions

Battery Pack

Battery type
Life
Number of sensors tested
per charge
Weight
Dimensions
Charger
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12 VDC
4 amps
14 amps (2sec. typical)
380F (maximum)
3 sections 3.6ft.(min.) 8.8ft.(max.)
Head 15.87oz.
Pole 2.15 lbs.
Head 4.33in.D X 6.10in.H
Pole 1.38in.D

2. Raise the extended head of the TTA-1H up to the


the sensor, and slip the head over the sensor.
3. Rotate the HDT-380 until it is snug over the device.
4. Slide the power switch located at the bottom of the
pole to the on position. The sensor should alarm
between 5 and 15 seconds.
5. Once the sensor has alarmed remove the TTA-1H
and slide the power switch to the off position.
6. Testing is now complete for that sensor.
7. For added details refer to operation manual.

NICAD 12V. 2.8Ah


500 charges (minimum)
200 max. (5sec. ON - 60sec. OFF)
150 max. (10sec. ON - 60sec. OFF)
2.2 lbs.
8.03in.L X 2.99in.W X 2.17D
12VDC 350mA
7

Reactions to particle size


The following table shows how photoelectric and ionization sensors react to materials of varying particle size. The
solid lines indicate absolute size. The dashed lines identify areas to consider when engineering a job using Hochiki
sensors.
Particle Size in Microns
1000

100
Rain

10
Fine Rain

1
Mist

0.1

0.01

0.001

Wood Smoke

Sulfuric Acid Mist

Cigarette Smoke
Pine Resin Smoke
Carbon Powder

Pigments
Ammonia Vapor
Smoke of Zinc Oxide
Gas Molecules
Flare Smoke (magnesium-oxide)
Chimney Smoke
Factory Dust
Dust in Clean Air
Pollen

Yellow Ochre
Bacteria

To naked eye

Viruses

Particles Visible
Through microscope Through high power microscope

Hochiki Sensors
Photoelectric Smoke Sensors
Ionization Smoke Sensors

Particle Size and the Hochiki Sensors

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July 2000

TCH-B100-NS Programmer operating instruction


TCH-B100-NS is a hand held programmer. It is designed for use with
the following products: ALG-V/ ALG-EA, AIE-EA, ATG-EA,
FRCME-S, FRCME-P, FRCME-4, SOM, R2M, RM.

Features
The TCH-B100-NS is a compact unit and easy to use.
The TCH-B100-NS provides address setting and reading.
Has the diagnostic ability to display the analog value.
Use 9V battery
Automatically increments the address ready to set the address of
the next sensor.
Automatically switches the power off after use

Programming Buttons
Left Gray Button:

Programming
Buttons

Display

Power on. Automatically reads the address of a


sensor. Subsequent operations will advance the
device address by ten.

Right Gray Button:

Remote
Programming Jack

Power off. Advances the device address by


one.
Stores the displayed address to the device and is
used to read sensor analog levels.

Red Button:

Address Setting
1. Install sensor onto programmer, ensuring that sensor protrusion
aligns with programmer grooves.
2. Press the left gray button to switch programmed on. A battery
check message will appear followed by the devices address
( un-programmed sensors will read address 127).
3. Set the required address by incrementing the left and right gray
buttons (the display will show three red flashing dots if the address
being programmed is different from the device's current address).
4. When the desired address is present press the red button to store
that address. The three red dots on the display will no longer be
present.

Remote Programming Cable


(All Modules except DCP-FRCME-S
and FRCME-P)
To Remote
Programming
Jack
Remote Programming Cable
(DCP-FRCME-P)

Reading Analog Value:


NOTE: For Ion Sensor, do not read analog value for 30 seconds
( stabilization period).
1. Install the sensor and power up programmer as previously described.
2. Press the red button. An "A" will appear on the display followed
by the analog value. This value will be continuously updated for
three minutes or until the unit is turned off.

Remote
Programming Cable
(DCP-FRCME-S)

Display Message:
bAt - On upon power up ( battery check). Also on when battery is
low. Low battery good for up to 3,000 address setting
operation.
E0 - Attempting to set an address beyond 127.
E1 - Attempting to program an address with no device connected.
E2 - Can not find device after power up.
E3 - Invalid sensor response
E4 - Can not find the device program.
E5 - Device read error.
E6 - Fail during Analog value reading.
TECHNICAL BULLETIN HA-96
DECEMBER 2003

Introduction

Hochiki America Corporation provides its customers with reliable, high


quality fire detection equipment utilizing the latest technology available.

NS Detectors
Our new conventional NS detectors are dramatically small in size like their
predecessor the original low profile conventional smoke detectors. Yet
they maintain the dependability Hochiki customers have come to rely on.
This bulletin documents all the NS Conventional Smoke Detectors
(SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-24H, SLR-835/-835H/-835HW*/-835B-2/
-835B-2W*/-835BH-2/-835BH-2W*/-835B-4/-835B-4W*/
-835BH-4/-835BH-4W*/, SIJ-24 and DCD-135/190).
* W= Indicates white

Photoelectric Smoke Detector


Features

The SLR series photoelectric smoke detector has a computerdesigned smoke chamber that can detect smoldering or
fast-flaming fires.
The SLR series has a wider range than other photoelectric
detectors. It's coverage extends into the range of the Ionization
detector. This makes the SLR series a uniquely versatile smoke
detector.
The combination of a high signal-to noise ratio and sensitivity
stability make this sensor effective in a wide range of
environmental conditions.
Two indicator LEDS set at 180 degrees from each other offer
360 degree viewing of detector status.
Automatic built-in test feature. Indicates when chamber is dirty
or if sensitivity has shifted outside its intended range. It will
automatically indicate its status with no testing.
A hidden self locking feature (requires activation).
Inter-changeability with SLK series and SIH series detectors.

SLR-24H

SLR-24/ -24V

SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-24H Specifications
Light Source
Voltage Operating Range
Nominal Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Allowable Voltage
Allowable Wave Form
Average Current Consumption
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Maximum Allowable Current
Minimum, Alarm Trip Current
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Heat Element Rating
( SLR-24H only)
Dimensions
Weight
Test Feature
Environment
Base Requirement
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GaAlAs Infrared Emitting Diode


24.0 VDC
15.0 ~ 33.0 VDC
42.0 VDC MAXIMUM
Filtered DC, 5V Ripple Max.
45 A (at 24VDC)
160 A (at 24VDC)
150mA Maximum
6mA
-10 ~ +50C
-20 ~ +60C
135F
3-15/16"D X 1-1/2"H
3.1 oz. (with NS4-100 base 4.6 oz.)
Automatic built-in test feature
(see HA-06-060 page 4)
Indoor Use Only
NS6 Series, NS4 Series, and HSC
Relay Series

SLR-835/-835H/-835B-2/835BH-2/-835B-4/-835BH-4
Front View Of All Versions

Back View Of Baseless Version

SLR-835 Specifications
Light Source
Voltage Operating Range
Nominal Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Allowable Voltage
Maximum Ripple
Average Current Consumption
Supervisory Current

GaAlAs Infrared Emitting Diode


12.0 VDC or 24.0 VDC
8.0 ~ 35.0 VDC
42.0 VDC MAXIMUM
15%

38 A (at 12VDC)
55 A (at 24VDC)
70 A (at 35VDC)
200 A (at 24VDC)
Surge Current
150mA Maximum
Maximum Allowable Current
Minimum, Alarm Trip Current 6mA
Alarm Current For SLR-835B-4 48mA (at 12VDC, 25C)
34mA (at 24VDC, 25C)
52mA (at 35VDC, 25C)
Heat Element Rating
135F
( SLR-835H only)
-10 ~ +50C
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
-20 ~ +60C
Dimensions of the SLR-835
3-15/16"D X 2.0"H W/TRIM RING
and SLR-835H
Dimensions of the
3-15/16"D X 2.4"H
SLR-835B-2, and -4
SLR-835BH-2, and 835BH-4
3-15/16"D X 2.4"H
Weight of the SLR-835
3.1 oz. (with NS4-100 base 4.6 oz.)
and SLR-835H
Weight of the
3.96 oz. (with Trim Ring 5.76 oz.)
SLR-835B-2, and -4
3.96 oz. (with Trim Ring 5.76 oz.)
SLR-835BH-2, and 835BH-4
Test Feature
Automatic built-in test feature
(see HA-06-074 page 4)
Indoor Use Only
Environment
NS6 Series, NS4 Series, and HSC
Base Requirement
Relay Series
For SLR-835 Only
Mounting Requirement For
SLR-835B-2,/-835BH-2/835B-4/-835BH-4
Trim Ring SLR-835 Baseless
Baseless Detector

Ionization Smoke Detector


Features

The SIJ-24 ionization smoke detector uses a dual-chamber design


that detects smoldering or fast-flaming fires.
The combination of a high signal-to-noise ratio and sensitivity
stability make this sensor effective in a wide range of
environmental conditions.
A single radioactive source ionizes the air in both the detection
and reference chambers. Though the reference chamber is not
sealed, it provides a clean air comparison for the detection
chamber.
This dual-chamber design makes the SIJ-24 remarkably stable in
a wide range of environmental conditions.

SIJ-24
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Proper placement of detectors

SIJ-24 Specifications
Radioactive Source
Voltage Operating Range
Nominal Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Allowable Voltage
Allowable Wave Form
Average Current Consumption
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Maximum Allowable Current
Minimum, Alarm Trip Current
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions
Weight
Test Feature
Environment
Base Requirement

Americium 241 (0.50 Ci)


24.0 VDC
15.0 ~ 33.0 VDC
42.0 VDC MAXIMUM
Filtered DC, 5V Ripple Max.
45 A (at 24VDC)
200 A (at 24VDC)
150mA Maximum
6mA
-10 ~ +50C
-20 ~ +60C
3-15/16"D X 1-1/2"H
3.0 oz. (with NS4-100 base 4.5 oz.)
Built-in test feature with magnet
activation (see HA-06-060 page 4)
Indoor Use Only
NS6 Series, NS4 Series, and HSC
Relay Series

Heat Detectors

This section explains how to determine the number of detectors


you need, and where to place them.
By following the guidelines listed in NFPA 72, base the number and
location of detectors on an engineering survey of the area to be
protected.

Factors to consider

Contents to be protected
Type of construction and use of structure
Human occupancy
Burning characteristics of contents
Space involved
Height of ceilings
Surface condition of ceilings
Total area
Air movement--stratification
Vent locations--velocities and dilution
Deflections and obstructions

Locating Detectors

One smoke detector covers 450 to 900 square feet.


One heat detector covers up to 2500 square feet.
Consider local conditions and codes along with engineering
evaluation to determine the proper spacing and specifications.

WARNING: HEAT DETECTORS ARE NOT LIFE SAFETY DEVICES. WHERE

Features

The DCD-135/190 heat detectors are computer-designed heat


detectors that can accurately detect fast-flaming fires.
The combination of a high signal-to-noise ratio and sensitivity
stability make this detector effective in a wide range of
environmental conditions.
360 degree viewing of detector status using two LEDs.
Bi-color LEDs. Blinks Green for normal standby and then turns
steady Red when detectors goes into alarm.
Inter-changeability with SIJ-24 and SLR-24.
A hidden self locking feature (requires activation).

LIFE SAFETY IS A FACTOR SMOKE DETECTORS ARE RECOMMENDED.

Examples

You may use 30-foot spacing on smooth ceilings for smoke detectors.
You may use 50-foot spacing on smooth ceilings for heat detectors.
Beams or other obstructions extending more than 18" below the ceiling
reduce the effective range of the sensors. Such obstructions should
designate a new separation point, and be considered a border for a new
section.
Beams or other obstructions extending more than 8" but less than 18"
require reduced spacing at the perpendicular of the obstructions.
NOTE: FOR INFORMATION ON DIFFERING STYLES OF
CONSTRUCTION CONSULT THE NFPA HAND BOOK, SECTION 72
WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL HOCHIKI SMOKE DETECTORS IN THE
FOLLOWING AREAS:

DCD-135/ 190

DCD-135/190 Specifications
Heat Sensing Element
Voltage Operating Range
Nominal Rated Voltage
Working Voltage
Maximum Allowable Voltage
Allowable Wave Form
Average Current Consumption
Supervisory Current
Surge Current
Maximum Allowable Current
Minimum, Alarm Trip Current
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions
Weight
Test Feature
Fixed Temperature Rating
Model DCD-135
Model DCD-190
Rate of Rise Rating (Both)
Environment
Base Requirement
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Thermistor
24.0 VDC
15.0 ~ 33.0 VDC
42.0 VDC MAXIMUM
Filtered DC, 5V Ripple Max.
35 A (at 24VDC)
160 A (at 24VDC)
150mA Maximum
6mA
-10 ~ +50C
-20 ~ +60C
3-15/16"D X 1-1/2"H
3.1 oz. (with NS4-100 base 4.6 oz.)
See page 7 of this bulletin
135F
190F
15F/min.
Indoor Use Only
NS6 Series, NS4 Series, and HSC
Relay Series

Where temperatures are likely to exceed 100F or fall below 32F


Closer than 4 inches to any side wall
Where forced ventilation can dilute the smoke from a fire
In known areas of combustion such as kitchens or furnace rooms

Testing
Smoke Detectors

Remember, for a smoke detector to operate efficiently, combustion


products must enter the outer chamber. Air flow, stratification,
velocity, stagnation, and migration all affect the efficiency and
accuracy of the detector.
You may use an air flow meter to determine the movement of air
within a structure.
Field testing equipment is available from Hochiki for testing the
function of the detectors. See the Hochiki Testers section in this
bulletin and the installation instructions for more information.

Maintenance

Consult local codes and ordinances.


Hochiki recommends bi-annual confirmation of functional operation
and external appearance.
You can obtain field testing equipment from Hochiki. See the Hochiki
Testers section in this bulletin for more information.

Heat Detectors

There is one basic test method that can be used to determine proper
operation of the DCD-135/190
1 Functional testing can be accomplished by using the TTA-1H
heat detector/sensor tester. See testers section.
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BOTTOM VIEW OF SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835/-835H


ALIGNMENT ARROW

Manual cleaning procedures


Cleaning the photoelectric detector

This section explains how to clean the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-24H/-835


and SLR-835H detectors.
Use the diagram to identify the detector's parts.

Tools

You will need:


Hochiki America's NSRT-A100 Cover Removal Tool
A small soft-bristled artist's paint brush
Denatured alcohol
Clean dry compressed air

NOTE: Use only lint-free materials when cleaning the chambers of


the photoelectric smoke detector. Use of fibrous materials may result
in false alarms.

Remove and disassemble the detector

ENCLOSURE
OUTER COVER

OUTER COVER NUB

Follow the steps in this section to prepare the detector for cleaning:
1. Remove the detector from its base.
2. Disassmble detector by following the NSRT-A100 instructions found
on page 5 of this document.

Clean the detector

ALIGNMENT
ARROW 1

CHAMBER
COVER

SENSING
CHAMBER

COVER
TABS
(3 total
1 hidden)

OPE
N

SE
CLO

TAB
CATCH
(3 total
1 hidden)

PHOTODIODE

IR LED

ALIGNMENT
ARROW 2

EXPLODED VIEW OF SLR-24/ -24V/-24VN/-835/-835H

Follow the steps in this section to clean the detector.


CAUTION: Do not attempt to remove the insect screen.
1. Remove the Outer Cover of the detector as specified on page 5
and set aside.
2. Place the detector in the palm of your left hand and grasp the
Chamber Cover with your right hand. Twist the Chamber Cover counter
clockwise until the Cover Tabs clear the Tab Catches. Lift and
separate the Chamber Cover from the Optical Unit.
3. Swab the Optical Unit with denatured alcohol using a small soft
bristled brush.
4. Use dry clean compressed air to dry the optical unit and to remove
any remaining particles.
5. Clean the Chamber Cover and Outer Cover in the same manner.

Reassemble the detector

Follow the steps in this section to reassemble the detector.


1. Locate the Alignment Arrows on both the Chamber Cover and the
Optical Unit.
2. Set the Chamber Cover onto the Optical Unit while making sure that
Alignment Arrow 1 and Alignment Arrow 2 are aligned with one another.
3. Holding the detector in your left hand and grasping the Chamber Cover
with your right hand, rotate the Chamber Cover clockwise until the
Cover Tabs snap into the Tab Catches.
4. Place the Outer Cover of the detector nose down on a flat surface.
5. Align the Outer Cover Nub with the Alignment Arrow on the Enclosure
(two orientations are possible, only one will fit properly).
6. With the Outer Cover Nub aligned with the Alignment Arrow, press
down firmly on the back of the detector. The detector will snap into
the Outer Cover. The detector is now ready to be returned to the
base from which it was removed.
7. The detector should be re-tested by following the test procedure
found in the control panel literature.

NOTE:
1. ON SLR-24H, SLR-835BH AND SLR-835H TAKE CARE NOT
TO DISTURB OR DAMAGE THE THERMISTOR HEAT
ELEMENT DURING THE CLEANING PROCEDURE
2. If after testing, the detector is not working within the Prescribed
range then return it to the manufacturer for servicing.

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Disassembly, Cleaning, And Test Procedure For


SLR-835B Series Detectors
Disassembly Procedure
SCREWDRIVER HEAD

1. Remove the detector from the trim ring.


2. Disassemble detector by placing one screwdriver under the
TAB as shown in Diagram 1.
3. Place the second screwdriver under the next adjacent TAB
pushing it the direction shown in Diagram 1.
4. Push the screwdriver outward from the center of the
detector and lift the Enclosure upward.

TAB
DIRECTION TO
MOVE TAB
DIAGRAM 1

5. Do the same with the second screwdriver, but do not


remove it. Keep it in place.
6. Take the first screwdriver and place it under the second
TAB. Push the TAB outward and lift the Enclosure upward.
7. With three Tabs freed, the Enclosure should finally remove
easily with the application of the screwdriver.

TAB LOCATIONS

Cleaning Procedure
1. The cleaning instructions are the same as for the SLR-24
Series Detectors (refer to page 3).

Testing Procedure

BACK OF THE SLR-835 BASELESS

1. The SLR-835B series photoelectric smoke detector has a


built-in test feature that will automatically indicate a change in
sensitivity.
2. When the detector's LEDs blink green. This is an
indication that it is within it's listed sensitivity window.
3. When the detector's LEDs begin to blink red, then this
indicates the detector's sensitivity is out of its listed range.
4. For go-no-go testing refer to diagram 2 magnet placement.
Detector should alarm within 10 seconds.

DIAGRAM 2

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SIJ Cleaning Instructions


This section explains how to clean the SIJ-24 detectors. Use the
diagram to identify the detector's parts.

CONTACT BLADES

Tools

You will need:


Small blade type screw driver.
Soap solution (1 teaspoon of Lemon Joy to 1 gallon clean water)
Soft bristled brush
Clean dry compressed air
Distilled water
Vacuum

Remove and disassemble the detector

Follow the steps in this section to prepare the detector for cleaning:
1. Remove the detector from its base, and place it with the bottom up.
2. Take the small screw driver and gently pry each of the Outer Cover OUTER COVER
Clips outward from the center of the detector, and at the same time
CLIP - LARGE
lifting the enclosure upward by the Contact Blades. This will free
the Outer Chamber/ Enclosure form the Outer Cover
CAUTION: Only the Outer Cover may be cleaned with a soap solution.
Never attempt to clean any other part of the detector with
a soap solution. This may render the detector inoperable.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE INSECT SCREEN.

BOTTOM VIEW OF SIJ-24

OUTER COVER
CLIPS (3 SMALL)

OUTER COVER

Clean the sensor

Follow the steps in this section to clean the detector.


1. Remove the Outer Cover of the detector as specified above, and
set aside.
2. Vacuum the Outer Chamber to remove any foreign matter from the
detector.
3. Submerse the Outer Cover in the soap solution and scrub with the
brush to remove any foreign matter from the Outer Cover.
4. Rinse the Outer Cover in distilled water and blow it dry with
clean compressed air.

Reassemble the detector


Follow the steps in this section to reassemble the detector.
1. Place the Outer Cover of the detector nose down on a flat surface.
2. Align the Outer Cover Clips with the Enclosure Keys (There is
one large clip and three small clips, observe orientation).
3. With the Outer Cover Clips aligned with the Enclosure Keys,
press down firmly on the back of the detector. The detector will
snap into the Outer Cover. The detector is now ready to be
returned to the base from which it was removed.
4. The detector should be re-tested by following the test procedure
found in the detectors installation instructions (HA-06-060).

STATUS LEDS
OUTER CHAMBER
(ONE HIDDEN)

NOTE: If, after testing, the detector is not working within the prescribed
range, then return it to the manufacturer for servicing.

ENCLOSURE KEYS
(4 TOTAL TWO ARE HIDDEN)

CONTACT BLADE

EXPLODED VIEW OF SIJ-24

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SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835 Cover Removal Instructions

This section explains how to remove the outer cover from the
SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835 by using the NSRT-A100.

Tools

You will need:


Hochiki America's NSRT-A100 tool

Remove and disassemble the SLR-24/- 24V/-24VN/-835

Follow the steps in this section for removal of the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835


cover:
1.Place the SLR-24/-24V/-835 to be disassembled on the
NSRT-A100 tool, making sure that the Locator on the SLR-24/-24V/
-24VN/-835 is aligned as shown on the diagram.
2.Using your thumb and index finger rotate the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835
back and forth until it drops into place on the NSRT-A100.
3.Grasp the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835 firmly and rotate it clockwise
approximately 30 deg.) until the Locator on the SLR-24/24V/-24VN/-835
lines up with the Mounting Ears of the NSRT-A100. The contact
blades on the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835 will engage on the NSRT-A100
and will prevent further rotation.
4.The SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835 cover is now disengaged from the body
and can be removed by pulling the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835 cover away
from the NSRT-A100.

LOCATOR

5.After the cover has been removed, refer to the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835/


cleaning instructions to clean and reassemble the SLR-24/-24V/-24VN/-835.

ALIGN
LOCATOR
HERE
MOUNTING
EARS

ROTATE
TO
REMOVE
COVER
ALIGN
LOCATOR
HERE

NSRT-A100

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Testers
The TSE-A100 smoke detector tester
The Hochiki TSE-A100 is one of the most advanced units of its kind and
is the result of extensive research and development aimed at making the
job of testing detectors a simple and efficient operation.
The TSE-A100 can be used to test all types of smoke detectors by
applying smoke from an internal smoke source.
Telescopic Pole

Features
The TSE-A100 employs telescoping construction for easy adjustment
to ceiling height.
Simple operating controls are located on the base of the unit.
The TSE-A100 houses its own source of smoke (punk sticks) within a
special chamber that isolates the combustion material from the
outside. This unique design enables the tester safely to generate a
stable volume of smoke.
The unit comes with a shoulder-sling carrying case for easy
portability from one site to another.
The TSE-A100 extends from 5.25 feet to 14.1 feet.

Power Indicator Screw


Punk Stick Holder Retainer

Preparing the TSE-A100


Combustion Chamber
Punk Stick

Instruction Label

TSE-A100 specifications

Rated Voltage
Battery
Combustion material
Weight
Maximum length

3 VDC
D size (2)
Punk stick (7mm diameter, 150mm long)
5 pounds
14.1 feet

This section explains how to prepare the TSE-A100 to test smoke


detectors.
1. Remove the TSE-A100 from its carrying case.
2. Unscrew the combustion chamber from the bottom of the TSE-A100
3. Unscrew the punk stick holder retainer from the combustion chamber.
4. Insert a punk stick into the punk stick holder in the combustion
chamber.
5. Light the punk stick with a flame.
6. Reassemble the combustion chamber.
7. Screw the combustion chamber back into the bottom of the TSE-A100
8. Extend the telescopic pole of the TSE-A100 to a length which
enables you to reach the detector you wish to test.

Testing a detector

Once you have prepared the TSE-A100, follow the steps in this section
to test smoke detectors.
NOTE: Allow 30 to 60 seconds after igniting punk stick for sufficient
smoke generation. For proper airflow, observe battery polarity.
1. Rotate the combustion chamber so the #2 arrow lines up with the
power indicator screw. The fan powers on and a steady flow of smoke
is released from the tip of the TSE-A100.
2. Raise the extended tip of the TSE-A100 to within 6-8" of the detector.
The detector should alarm.

Storing the TSE-A100

This section explains how to store the TSE-A100 after use.


1. Rotate the combustion chamber to the #1 position to turn the power
off.
2. Compress the telescopic pole to its shortest length.
3. Replace the TSE-A100 in its carrying case.
4. Store in a cool, dry place.
5. For extended storage, remove the batteries.

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The TTA-1H Heat Detector Tester


The TTA-1H is a state of the art heat detector tester. It is the most
advanced heat testing device of its kind. It is the result of intense
research and development aimed at making the job of testing self
restoring heat devices a simple and efficient operation.

Features

Quick response ceramic heater element.


Built in circulation fan for even distribution of heat.
Swivel mounted head for easy access to heat detector.
Rubber contact points to protect the heat detector, yet allowing
good contact for rapid testing.
Inline switch between test pole and battery pack adding to the
simple and easy operation.
Power indicating LED on bottom of test head.
Three section pole with friction power locks.
Use of portable battery pack with belt mount.
Optional use shoulder strap for battery pack.
Battery pack protected by a 10A circuit breaker.
Special calibration plate provided so as to perform a quick
periodic calibration check.

DCD-135/190
View of TTA-1H
in relationship
to detector
Lightweight Head
with built in
circulation fan

Adjustable
aluminum pole

Top View Of TTA-1H Head


Special Quick Response
Ceramic Heater

Rubber Bumpers
and Pad

Testing a heat detector


This section explains how to use the TTA-1H to test
smoke detectors.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE THIS DEVICE ON NON-RESTORABLE
HEAT SENSORS OR DETECTORS.

1. Connect 12Volt plug from the TTA-1H into the


battery pack.
Mounting Knobs

Specifications Tester and Pole


Operating Voltage
Current Consumption
Normal Operation
Maximum Surge
Heater Temperature
Pole extension
Weight
Dimensions

Battery Pack

Battery type
Life
Number of detectors tested
per charge
Weight
Dimensions
Charger

12 VDC
4 amps
14 amps (2sec. typical)
380F (maximum)
3 sections 3.6ft.(min.) 8.8ft.(max.)
Head 15.87oz.
Pole 2.15 lbs.
Head 4.33in.D X 6.10in.H
Pole 1.38in.D

2. Raise the extended head of the TTA-1H up to the


the detector, and slip the head over the detector.
3. Rotate the TTA-1H until it is snug over the device.
4. Slide the power switch located at the bottom of the
pole to the on position. The detector should alarm
between 5 and 15 seconds.
5. Once the detector has alarmed remove the TTA-1H
and slide the power switch to the off position.
6. Testing is now complete for that detector.
7. For added details refer to operation manual.

NICAD 12V. 2.8Ah


500 charges (minimum)
200 max. (5sec. ON - 60sec. OFF)
150 max. (10sec. ON - 60sec. OFF)
2.2 lbs.
8.03in.L X 2.99in.W X 2.17D
12VDC 350mA

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Reactions to particle size


The following table shows how photoelectric and ionization detectors react to materials of varying particle size. The
solid lines indicate absolute size. The dashed lines identify areas to consider when engineering a job using Hochiki
detectors.
Particle Size in Microns
Rain

Fine Rain

Mist

Wood Smoke

Sulfuric Acid Mist

Cigarette Smoke
Pine Resin Smoke
Carbon Powder

Pigments
Ammonia Vapor
Smoke of Zinc Oxide
Gas Molecules
Flare Smoke (magnesium-oxide)
Chimney Smoke
Factory Dust
Dust in Clean Air
Pollen

Yellow Ochre
Bacteria

To naked eye

Viruses

Particles Visible
Through microscope Through high power microscope

Hochiki Detectors
Photoelectric Smoke Detectors
Ionization Smoke Detectors

Particle Size and the Hochiki Detectors

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989
ADEMCO

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
VISTA 100
VISTA 100
VISTA 100
VISTA 100
VISTA 100-24
VISTA 100-24
VISTA 100-24
VISTA 100-24
VISTA 20HWSE
VISTA 20HWSE
VISTA 20HWSE
VISTA 20HWSE
VISTA 40
VISTA 40
VISTA 40
VISTA 40
VISTA 50PUL
VISTA 50PUL
VISTA 50PUL
VISTA 50PUL
VISTA 20SE
VISTA 20SE
VISTA 20SE
VISTA 20SE

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

EOL
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS
2K OHMS

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W

DETECTOR
ID
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

ADT

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
ADT-XP
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16
UNIMODE 4-16

XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;8W/WO IZE-A
IZ4;9W/WO IZE-A

ZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D
B;D

MAX
DET
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

EOL
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K

DETECTOR
MODEL
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24F

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
YBA-M22

HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB--3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

ADVANTOR

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24
ULF 3000-24

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1
ULF1

LOOP
STYLE
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

MAX
DET
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

EOL
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K
6.8K

DETECTOR
MODEL
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-200D
HS-220D
HS-221D
HS-224D
HSB-200
HSB-220
HSB-221
HSB-224
HS-200D
HS-220D
HS-221D
HS-224D
HSB-200
HSB-220
HSB-221
HSB-224
HS-200D
HS-220D
HS-221D
HS-224D
HSB-200
HSB-220
HSB-221
HSB-224

HB-20
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55
HB-56
HB-54
HB-53
HB-20
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55
HB-56
HB-54
HB-53
HB-20
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55
HB-56
HB-54
HB-53

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ANSUL

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE FOUR
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301
AUTOPULSE IQ301

415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
415413
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
416610
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW

ZONE
ID
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV.4
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
REV. 1
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
24
20
20
1
20
20
20
1
1
20
20
20
20
20
20
1
20
1
25
25
1
25
1
25

EOL
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
417213
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K

DETECTOR
MODEL
DCA-135
DCA-190
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
DCA-135
DCA-190
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
1400
1451
1451
1451
1451DH
1851DH
2400
2400AIT
2400AT
2400TH
2451
2451
2451
2451TH
2451TH
2451TH
2851DH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLD-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
N/A
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HSC-21L
HSC-21L
HS-21D
HSB-21
HSC-224R
YBA-M21
HS-21D
HSB-21
HSB-21
HSC-224R
YBA-M21
HS-21D
HSB-21
HSC-224R
YBA-M21
HSC-21L
HSC-21L
HS-21D
HSB-21
HSC-224R
YBA-M21
HS-21D
HSB-21
HSC-224R
YBA-M21
HS-21D
HSB-21
HSC-224R
YBA-M21
N/A
B401
B401B
B406B
DH400
DH1851DC
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
B401
B401B
DH400
B401
B401B
B406B
DH2851DC
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HS-2-RB
YBA-M22

HB-60
HB-60
HB-2
HB-51
HB-73
HB-2
HB-2
HB-51
HB-51
HB-73
HB-2
HB-2
HB-51
HB-73
HB-2
HB-60
HB-60
HB-2
HB-51
HB-73
HB-2
HB-2
HB-51
HB-73
HB-2
HB-2
HB-51
HB-73
HB-2
N/A
A
A
A
A
A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
HB-10
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
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C & K SYSTEMS

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
238,2316

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
ZONE 8
NONE

LOOP
STYLE
A

MAX
DET
10

EOL
2.2K

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLK-12

DETECTOR
ID
HD-4

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HSB-12-1

HB-80

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5-Mar-2003

CADDX

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
NX6, NX8
NX6,NX8
NX8-E
NX8-E

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
3800-0001
MDL NO
3800-0001
MDL NO
3800-0020
MDL NO
3800-0020
MDL NO

LOOP
STYLE
A
A
A
A

MAX
DET
20
20
20
20

EOL
680 OHMS
680 OHMS
680 OHMS
680 OHMS

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835B-2

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-6

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A

HB-3
N/A
HB-3
N/A

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CHEMETRON

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO 1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
MICRO1-EV CLASS
SG
SG
SG
SG

ZONE MODELZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
4
N/A
1
N/A
1
N/A
1
N/A
1

LOOP
STYLE
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
60
60
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
33
33
33
33

EOL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
2.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM

DETECTOR
MODEL
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
DCD-135, DCD-190
DCD-135, DCD-190
DFE-190
DFE-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24,-24H
SLR-24,-24H
SLR-24, SLR-24H
SLR-24, SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224RB
HS-220D
HS-220RB
HS-224D
HS-224RB
HS-220D
HS-220RB
HS-224D
HS-224RB
HSC-224L
HSC-224L
HSC-220L
HSC-220L
NS4-224,NS6-224
NS4-224,NS6-224
NS4-224,NS6-224
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-224R
HSC-224R
NS4-224,NS6-224
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D

HB-3
HB-5
HB-12
HB-3
HB-12
HB-5
HB-14
HB-3
HB-12
HB-5
HB-14
HB-62
HB-62
HB-64
HB-64
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-72
HB-3
HB-73
HB-73
HB-5
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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DETECTION SYS.

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
DS9400I, DS9400M
UPDATED 9/11/03

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
1
1
1
1

EOL
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM

DETECTOR
MODEL
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H,-24V
SLR-24H,-24V
SLR-24H,-24V
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
SLR-835,-835W
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-100,NS6-100
NS4-220,NS6-220
NS4-100,NS6-100
NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R

HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-86

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DIGITAL MONITOR

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL ZONE
ID
XR5FC
2--5
A
XR5FC
2--5
A
XR5SL
2--5
A
XR5SL
2--5
A

LOOP
STYLE
A
A
A
A

MAX
DET
22
7
22
7

EOL
3.3k
3.3k
3.3k
3.3k

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLK12
SLK-835,-835H
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H

DETECTOR
ID
HD-4
HD-5
HD-4
HD-5

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N

HB-80
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55

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DMP

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
XR10
XR10
XR10
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR20
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR200
XR5FC
XR5FC
XR5FC
XR5FC
XR5SL
XR5SL
XR5SL
XR5SL
XR6
XR6
XR6
XR6

ZONE MODEL

ZONE
ID
10 ON XR10
A
10 ON XR10
A
10 ON XR10
A
10 ON XR20
A
10 ON XR20
A
10 ON XR20
A
10 ON XR20
A
715
A
715,-16
A
715,-16,-8
A
715,-16-,-8
A
715-16
A
715-8
A
715-8
A
10 ON XR200
A
715
A
715
A
715 OR Z 9 &10
A
715, 715-16
A
715,-16
A
715,-16
A
715,-16,-8
A
715-8
A
715-8
A
9 & 10 ON XR200 A
9 ON XR200
A
9,10 ON XR200
A
9,10 ON XR200
A
XR200
A
XR200
A
2-5 ON XR5FC
A
2-5 ON XR5FC
A
2-5 ON XR5FC
A
2-5 ON XR5FC
A
2-5 ON XR5SL
A
2-5 ON XR5SL
A
2-5 ON XR5SL
A
2-5 ON XR5SL
A
6 ON XR6
A
6 ON XR6
A
715
A
715 ON XR6
A

LOOP
STYLE
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

MAX
DET
22
7
7
22
7
7
7
7
7
7
22
7
7
7
7
22
7
22
7
7
7
22
7
7
22
7
7
7
22
7
22
7
7
7
22
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

EOL
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLK-835,-835H
SLK-12
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLK-835,-835H
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLK-12
SLK-835,-835H
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLR-835
SLR-835B
SLR-835B
SLR-835

DETECTOR
ID
HD-4
HD-5
HD-3
HD-4
HD-5
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-4
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-4
HD-5
HD-4
HD-5
HD-3
HD-6
HD-4
HD-5
HD-3
HD-4
HD-5
HD-3
HD-6
HD-4
HD-5
HD-4
HD-5
HD-6
HD-3
HD-4
HD-5
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NS6-100
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NS6-100
NA
NS6-100
NA
HSB-200,-200N
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
NS6-100
NS6-100
NA
HSB-200,-200N
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NS6-100
NA
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NS6-100
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NS6-100
NA
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NA
NS6-100
HSB-12-1,-12-1N
HSB-200,-200N
NS6-100
NA
NS6-100
NA
NA
NS6-100

HB-80
HB-55
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
HB-55
NA
HB-55
NA
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
HB-55
NA
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
HB-55
NA
HD-4
HB-55
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
HB-55
NA
HB-80
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
NA
HB-55
HB-80
HB-55
HB-55
NA
HB-55
NA
NA
HB-55

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DSC

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
PC1555
PC1555
PC1555
PC4020CF
PC4020CF
PC4020CF
PC5010
PC5010
PC5010
PC5020
PC5020
PC5020

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
UA000
PC15-1
UA000
PC15-1
UA000
PC15-1
PC4701
PM-2
PC4701
PM-2
PC4701
PM-2
PC5010
PC5-1
PC5010
PC5-1
PC5010
PC5-1
PC5020
PC5-2
PC5020
PC5-2
PC5020
PC5-2

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLR-835, 835W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835, 835W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835, 835W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835, 835W
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
N/A
NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
N/A
NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
N/A
NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
N/A

HB-3
N/A
N/A
HB-3
N/A
N/A
HB-3
N/A
N/A
HB-3
N/A
N/A

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

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2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

5783B
5783B
5783B
5783B

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
001
001
001
001

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
33
33
33
33

EOL
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM

DETECTOR
MODEL
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL
RZB12-6MFC
RZB12-6MFC
RZB12-6MFC
RZB12-6MFC
RZB12-6MFC
RZB12-6MFC

240204
240204
240204
240204
240204
240204

ZONE
ID
5389
5389
5389
5389
5389
5389

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
15
15
15
15
15
15

EOL
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIF-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

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FARADAY

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL
852
852
852
852
852
854
854
854
854
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15108AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15112AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
15116AL
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A
19000A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS1
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
FOS2
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
B
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
5.6K OHM
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L

HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL
19000A
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
19000A EVAC
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2022-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
2042-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
6110-FSP
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000
MPC-2000

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310, 311, 312
401310
401310
401310
401310
401310
401310
401310
401310
401311
401311
401311
401311
401311
401311
401311
401311

ZONE
ID
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
D
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D

LOOP
STYLE
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
B
D
B
D
B
D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
5.6K OHM
5.6K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
10808
N/A
N/A
10808
N/A
10808
N/A
10808
N/A
10808
10808
N/A
10808
N/A
10808
N/A

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
DFE-190
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
AL-DCA-135
NA
AL-DCA-190
NA
AL-DFE-135
NA
AL-DFE-190
NA
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
AL-DCA-135
NA
AL-DCA-190
NA
AL-DFE-135
NA
AL-DFE-190
NA
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
AL-DCA-135
NA
AL-DCA-190
NA
AL-DFE-135
NA
AL-DFE-190
NA
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
HS-224L
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
AL-HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224D

HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-18
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

FIKE

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

RHINO
RHINO
RHINO
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-038
10-039
10-039

10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, -2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2141, 10-2144
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
DET220
DET220
DET220
DET220
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
DET470
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
MDL. NO
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
MDL. NO
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
102171
MDL NO
102171
MDL. NO
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B
B, D
B
D
B
D
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B

MAX
DET
50
50
50
50
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87

EOL
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
3.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
4.3K OHM
1.5K OHM
N/A
1.5K OHM
N/A
1.5K OHM
N/A
N/A
1.5K OHM
1.5K OHM
N/A
N/A
1.5K OHM

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
DFE-135, -190
N/A
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135
HD-3
DCD-135, DCD-190 HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-190
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
NS4-221, NS6-221
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
N/A
HS-220D
HS-220D
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220RB
HS-220RB
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D

HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-4
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-4
HB-5
HB-72
HB-71
HB-73
HB-3
HB-4
HB-4
HB-5
N/A
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-12
HB-12
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

10-039
10-039
10-039
10-039
10-039
10-039
10-039
10-039
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
RHINO 10-050
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051
SHP 10-051

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
DCM-10-2141
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171
10-2171

ZONE
ID
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000
038000

LOOP
STYLE
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B

DET220
DET
DET220
DET
DET220
DET
DET220
DET220
DET220
DET
DET220
DET
DET220
DET
DET220
DET
DET
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO

B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
1
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

EOL
1.5K OHM
N/A
N/A
1.5K OHM
N/A
1.5K OHM
N/A
1.5K OHM
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3
3.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HB-5
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220RB
HS-220RB
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-24
YBA-M220
YBA-M224
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M220
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M220
YBA-M224
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M220
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
HS-221D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M220
YBA-M224
HS-221D
HSB-224
YBA-M220
YBA-M224

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-12
HB-12
HB-3
HB-3
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-4
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5
HB-4
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

FIRELITE

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
MP-12
MP-12
MP-12
MP-12
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MP-24
MS-4012
MS-4012
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS-4412B
MS4412B
MS4412B
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5012
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024, -5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5024,-5024UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
ZONE 2, 3
A
ZONE 2, 3
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
CAC-10E
A
CAC-10E
A
CAC-10E
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
11
11
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
11
11
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
15
15
11
11
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

2.2K
2.2K
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM

LPSD-12
LPSD-12
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
LPSD-12
LPSD-12
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
LPSD-12
LPSD-12
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835H
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835H
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
LPSD-12
LPSD-12
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835H,-835HW
SLR-835H,-835HW
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24

DETECTOR
ID
HD-4
HD-4
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-4
HD-4
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-4
HD-4
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-5
HD-3
HD-6
HD-4
HD-4
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

BLP-12-R
BLP-12-RN
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
BLP-12-R
BLP-12-RN
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
BLP-12-R
BLP-12-RN
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
N/A
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220,NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
BLP-12-R
BLP-12-RN
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220

HB-83
HB-83
HB-3
N/A
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-83
HB-83
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-83
HB-83
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
N/A
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-83
HB-83
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS-5210UD
MS4424
MS4424
MS4424
MS4424
MS4424
MS4424
MS4424
MS-4424B
MS-4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
MS-4424, MS4424B
RP-1001,-1002
RP-1001,-1002
RP-1001, -1002
RP-1001,RP-1002
RP-1001,RP-1002
RP-1001,RP-1002
RP-1001,RP-1002
RP-1001,RP-1002
RP-1001,RP-1002
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
S200/S2000
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B
SFP-400,-400B

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A,CAC-10F A
N/A,CAC-10F A
N/A,CAC-10F A
N/A,CAC-10F A
N/A,CAC-10F A
N/A,CAC-10F A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
IZ-4F,IZ-8F
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B,D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
15
15
15
15
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM

SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835H,-835HW
SLR-835H,-835HW
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835H,-835HW
SLR-835H,-835HW
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
DFE-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DCD-135, DCD-190
DCD-135, DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DCD-135, -190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
DFE-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DCD-135, DCD-190
DCD-135, DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220

HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3

UPDATED 9/11/03

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

FIRESCAN

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP
SHP

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO
10-2171
MDL NO

LOOP
STYLE
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D
B/D

MAX
DET
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

EOL
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K
4.3K

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-221D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-220
YBA-M224
HS-221D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M220
YBA-M224
HS-221D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M220
YBA-M224

HB-4
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5
HB-4
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5
HB-4
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-5

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

G.S. BLDG. SYS.

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-1
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
IRC-3
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4

130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130022
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130082
130108
130108
130108
130108
130108
130108
130108
240113
240113
240113
240113
240113
240113
240119
240119
240119
240119
240119
240119
240205
240205
240205
240205
240205
240205
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP

ZONE
ID
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
5876
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289A
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
3289B
5389
5389
5389
5389
5389
5389
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

LOOP
STYLE
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D

MAX
DET
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
N/A
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
PN260001
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A

SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-2
HD-2
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-22D
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-220D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-M224
YBA-M224D
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-M224
HS-M224
YBA-M224D
YBA-M224D
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5

Page 1 of 3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1, LSS4
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12

4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4CLA
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
4ZEXP
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD

ZONE
ID
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A

SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-224D
HS-M224
HS-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-M224
HS-M224
YBA-M224D
YBA-M224D
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-M224
YBA-M224D
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-M224
HS-M224
YBA-M224D
YBA-M224D
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-M224

HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5

Page 2 of 3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12
LSS1/12,LSS4/12

MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD
MOTHERBOARD

ZONE
ID
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
B

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
N/A
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM
N/A
3.9K OHM

SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-M224
YBA-M224D
YBA-M224D
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-224D
HS-224D
YBA-M224
YBA-M224
YBA-M220
YBA-M220

HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-3
HB-3

Page 3 of 3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

GRINNELL

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

C200
C200

NA
NA

ZONE
ID
24F
24F

LOOP
STYLE
B
B

MAX
DET
30
30

EOL
7628
7628

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F,-FH
HD3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-224D/HSB-224
HS-224D

HB-5
HB-5

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

HOCHIKI AMERICA CORPORATION

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
AL-1500
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP1000
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP-1000 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES
HCP200 SERIES

AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
AL-4ZDM
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

UPDATED 9/11/03

ZONE
ID
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
HP-2A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
3
3
3
3
30
30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
3
3
3
3
30
30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

EOL
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-135
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DCA-190
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-135
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
DFE-190
N/A
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
DFE-135, -190
HD-3
DCD-135,DCD-190 HD-3
DCD-135,DCD-190 HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
SLR-835,-835H
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
SLR-835B-2W
HD-6
SLR-835BH-2
HD-6
SLR-835BH-2W
HD-6
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SIJ-24
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
DCD-135,DCD-190 HD-3
DCD-135,DCD-190 HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SIJ-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
DFE-135, -190
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
SLR-835,-835H
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
SLR-835B-2W
HD-6
SLR-835BH-2
HD-6
SLR-835BH-2W
HD-6
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835,-835W
HD-5
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SLR-835H,-835HW HD-5
SIJ-24
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3
SLR-24V
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
YBF-RL/4H5US
HS-224RB
HS-224RB
HS-224RB
HS-224RB
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, -220W
NS6-220, -220W
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NS4-220, -220W
NS6-220, -220W
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, -220W
NS6-220, -220W
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NS4-220, -220W
NS6-220, -220W
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R

HB-21
HB-21
HB-21
HB-21
HB-21
HB-21
HB-21
HB-21
HB-14
HB-14
HB-14
HB-14
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
HB-3
HB-3
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
HB-3
HB-3
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

ISI WIRELESS

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

FMS 1000
FMS 1000
FMS 1000
FMS 1000
FMS 1000
FMS 1000
FMS 500
FMS 500
FMS 500
FMS 500
FMS 500
FMS 500
FMS 500-96
FMS 500-96
FMS 500-96
FMS 500-96
FMS 500-96
FMS 500-96

4ZID
4ZID
4ZM
4ZM
4ZM
4ZM
4ZID
4ZID
4ZM
4ZM
4ZM
4ZM
4ZID
4ZID
4ZM
4ZM
4ZM
4ZM

ZONE
ID
4ZID
4ZID
4ZMB
4ZMA
4ZMB
4ZMA
4ZID
4ZID
4ZMA
4ZMB
4ZMA
4ZMB
4ZID
4ZID
4ZMA
4ZMB
4ZMA
4ZMB

LOOP
STYLE
D
D
B
B
B
B
D
D
B
B
B
B
D
D
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
66
66
66
15
66
15
66
66
15
66
15
66
66
66
15
66
15
66

EOL
N/A
N/A
4.7K OHM
22K OHM
4.7K OHM
22K OHM
N/A
N/A
22K OHM
4.7K OHM
22K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
22K OHM
4.7K OHM
22K OHM
4.7K OHM

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIF-24F
HD-2
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIF-24F
HD-2
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIF-24F
HD-2
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIF-24F
HD-2
SIF-24F
HD-2
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

MIRCOM

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

FA-1000
FA-1000
FA-1000
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U
FA-101U, FA-1020U
FA-101U, FA-1020U
FA-101U, FA-1020U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-1025U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-102U
FA-104/8U
FA-104/8U
FA-104/8U
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/8U, 8UX
FA-104/BUX
FA-104/BUX
FA-104/BUX
FA-200
FA-200
FA-200
FA-200
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-200, FA-1000
FA-1000
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100
SERIES 100

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B,D
B
B
B,D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B, D
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM
3.9K OHM

DEF-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
DEF-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DFE-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
DEF-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
DEF-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
DEF-135, -190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DEF-135, -190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H

DETECTOR
ID
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220

HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

MODULAR PROT.

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL ZONE
ID
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
N/A
A
RP-1002M
A

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HSB-220
HSB-224
YBA-M22

HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-3

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

NAPCO

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
GEM-3200,-P9600 NA
GEM-PS
GEM-P1632
NA
MDL NO
GEM-P1632
NA
NA
GEM-P3200
NA
GEM-PF
GEM-P800
NA
XP-S
GEM-P800,-P800E NA
XP-S
GEM-P800E,P801 NA
XP-S
GEM-P801
NA
XP-S
GEM-P816, V2,V3 GEM-P816
MDL NO
GEM-P816, V2,V3 NA
XP-S
GEM-P9600
NA
GEM-PS
MA3000,SS5500
NA
MDL NO
MA3000/SS5500
NA
MDL NO
SS-P3200
NA
GEM-PS
SS-P3200,-P9600 NA
GEM-PS
SS-P9600
NA
GEM-PS
XP-400, XP-600
NA
XP-S
XP400, XP600
NA
XP-S

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B,D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K OHM
3.9K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K OHM
2.2K
2.2K OHM

SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2

DETECTOR
ID
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

NOTIFIER

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

AFM-200
AFM-200
AFM-200
AFM-200
AFM-200
AFM-200
AFM-200
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-1010
AFP-200
AFP-200
AFP-200
AFP-200
AFP-200
AFP-200
AFP-200
AM 2020
AM 2020
AM 2020
AM 2020
AM 2020
AM 2020
AM 2020
MMX-2
MMX-2
RP-1001
RP-1001
RP-1001
RP-1001
RP-1001
RP-1002
RP-1002
RP-1002
RP-1002
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000

MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2
MMX-2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
IZ-4,IZM-8
IZ-4,IZM-8
IZ-4,IZM-8
IZ-4,IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A

ZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
D
D
B
D
B
B
D
B
D
B
D
B
D
D
B
B
D

MAX
DET
1
25
25
1
25
1
25
1
1
25
25
1
25
1
25
1
25
25
1
25
1
25
1
25
25
1
25
1
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
15
15
15
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A

SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
DFE-135,-190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-2-RB
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HS-2-RB
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HS-2-RB
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HS-2-RB
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HS-2-RB
YBA-M22
HS-220
HS-220
HS-220
HSB-224
HS-220
HS-220
HSB-224
HS-220
HSB-224
HS-220
HSB-224
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-220D
HS-220D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-220D
HS-220D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-22D
HS-22D

HB-10
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-10
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
S 5000
SFB-400B
SFB-400B
SFB-400
SFB-400
SFB-400B
SFB-400B
SFB-400B
SFB-400B
SFB-400B
SFB-400B
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000
SLG-2000,XPM-8
SLG-400
SLG-400
SLG-404
SLG-404
SLG-404
SLG-404
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500

IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
IZM-8, IZE-A
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
MMX-2, M3-TW
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
IZ-4
IZ-4
IZ-4
IZ-4
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4, IZM-8
IZ-4A
IZ-4A
IZ-4A
IZ-4A

ZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
D
D
B
A
B
B
D
D
B
D
B
B
D
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
B
B
BD
BD
B
B
B, D
B, D
BD
BD
B, D
B, D
BD
BD
B, D
B, D
B, D
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
D
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
1
25
25
1
25
1
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
10
10
30
30
10
10
30
30
10
10
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
10
10
15
10
10
10
10
15
15
35
35
35
35

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
4.7K OHM
30
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
3.9K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K

SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
N/A
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-835B-2
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-220D
HS-220D
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-220D
HS-220
YBA-M22
YBA-M22
YBA-M220
YBA-M220
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
YBA-M22
HS-2-RB
HS-22D
HS-2-RB
YBA-M22
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HS-2-RB
HS-22D,YBA-M22
HSB-220
HSB-224
HS-2-RB
HS-22D,YBA-M22
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-10
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-10
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-72
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-72
HB-3
N/A
HB-53
HB-56
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 500
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
SYSTEM 5000
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER
XP TRANSPONDER

IZ-8
IZ-8
IZ-8
IZ-8
IZE-A
IZE-A
IZE-A
IZE-A
IZE-A
IZM-8
IZE-A
IZE-A
IZE-A
IZM-8
IZM-8
IZM-8
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8
XPM-8

ZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
IZE-A
IZM-8
IZE-A
IZE-A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
B, D
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
20
20
20
20
20
20
60
60
60
60

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
2.2K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K

SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F/FH
SLK-24F/FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224

HB-56
HB-53
HB-53
HB-56
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-56
HB-53
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-56
HB-53
HB-56
HB-53

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989
PARADOX SECURITY SYSTEMS

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
SPECTRA 1738
SPECTRA 1738
SPECTRA 1738EX
SPECTRA 1738EX

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A
N/A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
1
1
1
1

EOL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

DETECTOR
MODEL
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835BH-2W

DETECTOR
ID
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6
HD-6

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

POTTER ELECTRIC

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

PFC-100 NRC
PFC 100 RC
PFC 100 RC
PFC 100 RC
PFC 100 RC
PFC 100 RC
PFC 100 RC
PFC 100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-100 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-2000 RC
PFC-4410
PFC-4410
PFC-4410
PFC-4410
PFC-4410
PFC-4410

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
25
1
1
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K
5.1K

SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-221D
HS-221D
HS-221D
HS-21D
HS-221 RB
HS-221D
HS-21D
HS-221 RB
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSB-221R
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSB-221R
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSC-221R
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSC-221R
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSC-221R
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSC-221R
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSB-221
HSB-221N

HB4
HB-2
HB-4
HB-2
HB-13
HB-4
HB-2
HB-13
HB-54
HB-54
HB-71
HB-54
HB-54
HB-71
HB-54
HB-54
HB-71
HB-54
HB-54
HB-71
HB-54
HB-54
HB-71
HB-54
HB-54
HB-71
HB-54
HB-54
HB-54
HB-54
HB-54
HB-54

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

PROTECTOWIRE

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

ACR-1600 SERIES
ACR-1600 SERIES
ACR-1600 SERIES
ACR-1600 SERIES
ACR-1600 SERIES
ACR-1600 SERIES
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000
FS2000 SERIES
FS2000 SERIES
FS2000 SERIES
FS2000 SERIES

ZM-2200
ZM-2200
ZM-2200
ZM-2200
ZM-2200
ZM-2200
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91, ZC-91M
ZC-91
ZC-91
ZC-91
ZC-91M

ZONE
ID
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
ZC-91
ZC-91
ZC-91
ZC-91

LOOP
STYLE
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
BD
BD
BD
BD

MAX
DET
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

ELR-1A
ELR-1A
ELR-1A
ELR-1A
ELR-1A
ELR-1A
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM

SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835B-2
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-S
HD-S
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
N/A
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

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RADIONICS

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

D2012,D2112
D2212
D2212, D2412
D2212B
D2212B
D2212BE
D2412UE
D2812
D2812,D2812U
D4112
D4112
D4112
D6112
D6112
D6112
D7112
D7112
D7212
D7212
D7212
D7212
D7212
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7212,D7412
D7412
D7412
D7412
D7412
D8112
D8112
D8112
D8112,D9112
D9112
D9112
D9112,D9412
D9112,D9412
D9112,D9412
D9112,D9412
D9112B,D9124
D9112B,D9124
D9112B,D9124
D9112B,D9124
D9112B,D9124
D9112B,D9124
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412
D9412

2 WIRE
ZONE 1
2 WIRE
1
ZONE 1
1
1
1
2 WIRE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
OWB/125B 24VDC
OWB/D125B 24VDC
OWB/D125B 24VDC
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
ONBOARD W/125B
ONBOARD W/D125B
ONBOARD W/D125B
ONBOARD W/D125B
D8112 W/D125B
D8112 W/D125B
N/A
ZONE NO
D125B
D125B
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
ZONE 1
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
ONBOARD W/D125B
ONBOARD W/D125B
ONBOARD W/D125B
ONBOARD W/D125B

ZONE
ID
POINT1
221201
POINT1
B
221201
B
B
B
POINT1
B
B
1
B
B
2
A
A
A
A
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
2 TO 8
D125B
A
A
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
D125B
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO

LOOP
STYLE
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

MAX
DET
40
15
40
15
15
15
15
15
40
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
80
80
15
80
20
20
20
40
20
20
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
80
15
80
80

EOL
1.8K OHM
2K
1.8K OHM
152K
151515
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
D104F
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
D104F
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
D108
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K OHM
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
D262
HD-4
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
D262
HD-4
D262
HD-4
D262
HD-4
D262
HD-4
D262
HD-4
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
DFE-135,-190
N/A
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-835B-2
HD-6
DCD-135,DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-135,DCD-190
HD-3
SIJ-24,SLR-24
HD-3
SIJ-24,SLR-24
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
SLR-835B--2
HD-6
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-12
HD-4
DCD-135,DCD-190
HD-3
DCD-135,DCD-190
HD-3
SIJ-24,SLR-24
HD-3
SIJ-24,SLR-24
HD-3
DFE-135,-190
N/A
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-835B--2
HD-6
DFE-135,-190
N/A
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-24H
HD-3
SLR-835B--2
HD-6
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-12
HD-4
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

N/A
D261A
N/A
D261A
D261A
D261A
D261A
D261A
N/A
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
YBC-RL/12
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
YBC-RL/12
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
HS224D
HS224D
HS224D
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-224, NS6-224
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HS224D
HS224D
YBC-AL/12
HS224D
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
YBC-RL/12
N/A
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-224, NS6-224
N/A
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-224, NS6-224
N/A
HS224D
YBC-AL/12
HS224D
HS224D

N/A
HB-80
N/A
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
N/A
HB-80
HB-80
HB-40
HB-80
HB-80
HB-40
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-64
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-5
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-40
HB-5
HB-80
HB-80
HB-40
N/A
HB-80
HB-80
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-5
N/A
HB-64
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-5
N/A
HB-5
HB-40
HB-5
HB-5

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

RAULAND-BORG

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FIRE PLEX
FIRE PLEX
FIRE PLEX
FIRE PLEX

FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3002
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FA3125
FA3120,FAP3125
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3001
FA3001
FA3130,FAP3135
FA3130,FAP3135

ZONE
ID
LP01
LP02
LP01
LP02
LP01
LP02
LP01
LP02
LP02
LP01
LP02
LP01
LP01
LP02
LP02
LP01
LP02
CZ02
CZ01
CZ02
CZ01
CZ01
CZ01
CZ01
CZ02
CZ01
CZ02
CZ02
CZ01
CZ02
CZ02
CZ02
CZ01
CZ02
CZ01
CZ02
CZ01
CZ01
CZ02
CZ02
CZ02
CZ01
LPO1
LPO1
CZ01
CZ01

LOOP
STYLE
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
2 A
2 A
A
A

MAX
DET
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
3
1
50
50
1
1

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
30K
20K
30K
20K
20K
20K
20K
30K
20K
30K
30K
20K
30K
30K
30K
20K
30K
20K
30K
20K
20K
30K
30K
30K
20K
1344
1344
1346
1346

SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SIH-24F

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSC-220R
HSC-220R
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSC-220R
HSC-220R
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSC-220R
HSC-220R
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HSB-220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HS-220D
HSB-220
HSB-220
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D
HS-220D

HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-72
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-72
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-72
HB-72
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-56
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-3
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-3
HB-56
HB-56
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

SECURTON

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2900
MR-2900
MR-2900
MR-2900
MR-2900
MR-2900
MR-2900
MR-2900

MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2600
MR-2928
MR-2928
MR-2928
MR-2928
MR-2928
MR-2928
MR-2928
MR-2928

ZONE
ID
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, C
B, C
B, C
B, C
B, C
B, C
B, C
B, C

MAX
DET
29
29
25
25
22
22
22
22
34
34
26
26
24
24
24
24

EOL
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904
MRD-2904

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIH-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-2
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-221D
YBA-M221
HS-221D
YBA-M221
HS-221D
YBA-M221
HS-221D
YBA-M221
HS-221D
YBA-M221
HS-221D
YBA-M221
HS-221D
HS-221D
YBA-M221
YBA-M221

HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4
HB-4

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LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

SILENT KNIGHT

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

5204
5204
5204
5204 12 VOLT
5204 12 VOLT
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5207
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
5820, 5828XL
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
7181
SD500-SDM

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
5210
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NA

ZONE
ID
24C
24C
24C
N/A
N/A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24A
24D
24D
24D
24D
24D
24D
24D
24B
24A
24B
24B
24A
24D
24D
24D
24D
24D
24D
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
24H
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
24B
241

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B/D

MAX
DET
30
30
30
20
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
10
10
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
20
40
40
20
30
30
30
30
25
25
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
18
18
18
18
30
30
30
30
20
25

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628 4.7
7628
7628 4.7
7628 4.7
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628

DFE-135,-190
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLK-12
SLK-12
SLK-12
SLK-12
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835B-2
SIH-24F

DETECTOR
ID
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-4
HD-4
HD-4
HD-4
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HS-224D
HS-224D
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HS-224D/HSB-224
HS-224D/HSB-224
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HS-224D
HS-224D
HS-224C
HS-224C
HS-224D
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HS-224D/HSB-224
HS-224D/HSB-224
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
HSB-12-1N
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
YBA-M224

HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
HB-5
HB-5
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-5
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-5
HB-5
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
HB-80
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
N/A
HB-5

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

ZONE
ID
SD500-SDM
NA
241
SD500-SDM
NA
241
SD500-SDM
NA
241
SK-5208,FC-5208 SK-5217,FC-5217 24J
SK-5208,FC-5208 SK-5217,FC-5217 24J
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK6324
N/A
24F
SK6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-6324
N/A
24F
SK-2224
NA
24F
SK-2224
NA
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24FF
SK2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK-2224, SK4224 N/A
24F
SK4224
N/A
24FF
SK4224
N/A
24FF
SK4224
N/A
24FF
SK4224
N/A
24FF
SK5208
N/A
24J
SK5208
N/A
24J
SK5208
N/A
24J

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B/D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
25
25
25
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
30
30
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
30
15
15
15

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7628
7628
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7628
7628
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
N/A
N/A
N/A
7628
7628
N/A
N/A
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
N/A
7628
7628
7628

SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835H,-835HW
SLR-835H,-835HW
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V
SIH-24F
SLK-24F, -24FH
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835BH-2
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24H
SLR-24H
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835H,-835HW
SLR-835H,-835HW
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
SLR-835H
SLR-835B-2
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190
DCD-135,-190

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
N/A
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-6
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-224D
HS-224D
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-220,NS6-220
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
HS-224D/HSB-224
HS-224D
HSC-220L
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
N/A
HSC-220R
NS4-100,NS6-100
NS4-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
HSC-220R
NS4-100,NS6-100
NS4-220,NS6-220
N/A
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220

HB-5
HB-5
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
HB-72
HB-3
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-5
HB-5
HB-64
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
N/A
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-3
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
HB-64
HB-72
HB-3

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208
SK5208/FC-5208
SK5208/FC-5208
SK5208/FC-5208
SK5208/FC-5208
SK5208/FC-5208
SK5208/FC-5208
SK5208/FC-5208
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000
C6000

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ZONE
ID
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24J
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E
24E

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

MAX
DET
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628
7628

DFE-135,-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-24H, -24V
SLR-835
SLR-835
SLR-835B-2
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835,-835W
SLR-835H,-835HW
SLR-835H,-835HW
SIJ-24
SLR-24V
SLR-24V
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-135
DCD-190
DCD-190
DCD-190
DCD-190
DCD-190
DCD-190
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SIJ-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24
SLR-24

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-6
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-5
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSC-220L
HSC-220R
NS4-220, NS6-220
HSC-220R
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-100, NS6-100
NS4-220, NS6-220
N/A
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2R,SBC-2RW
SBC-2,SBC-2W
SBC-2
SBC-2
SBC-2R
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
NS6-11, NS4-100
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
NS6-11, NS4-100
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
NS6-11, NS4-100
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
NS4-220, NS6-220
NS4-221, NS6-221
NS4-224, NS6-224
NS6-11, NS4-100

HB-64
HB-72
HB-3
HB-72
HB-55
HB-3
HB-55
HB-3
N/A
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-85
HB-72
HB-71
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55
HB-72
HB-71
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55
HB-72
HB-71
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55
HB-72
HB-71
HB-3
HB-4
HB-5
HB-55

UPDATED 9/11/03

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

SIMPLEX

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL

ZONE MODEL

SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010
SERIES 4010

4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106
4090-9101&-9106

ZONE
ID
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO

LOOP
STYLE
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D
B, D

MAX
DET
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
40909101

SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24FB
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24KB
SLK-24KB
SLK-24FB

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-221
HSB-221S
HS-221
HS-221
HSB-221S
HS-221
HSB-221S
HSB-221S

HB-4
HB-54
HB-4
HB-4
HB-54
HB-4
HB-54
HB-54

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

2-Wire Compatibility Listings

SPECTRONICS
PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL
324
324
324
324
624/641
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
624/MX
640
640
640
640
640
640
640
640
640
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
640/641
641
641

320/LC/OS-24
320/LC/OS-24
320/LC/OS-24
320/LC/OS-24
MX8/WIB
ADS
ADS
ADS
ADS
ADS-H
ADS-H
ADS-H
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/OSH
MX/I0-1O
MX/I01O-H
MX/I01O
MX/I01O
MX/I01O
MX/I01O
MX/I01O-H
MX/I01O-H
MX/I0-1O-H
MX/I0-1O-H
MX/I0-1O-H
MX/OSRP
MX/OSRP
MX/OSRP
MX/OSRP
MX8/WIBH
MX8/WIBH
MX8/WIBH
S2W
S2W
S2W
S2WA
S2WA
S2WA
MX8/WIB
MX8/WIB
MX8/WIB
MX8/WIB
MX8/WIB
MX8/WIB
MX8/WIB
S2/OSS
S2/OSS
S2/OSS
S21/OSS
S2A
S2A
S2A
S2A
S2W
S2W
S2W
S2WA
S2WA
S2WA
S2WA
MX8/WIBH
MX8/WIBH

22-Oct-2002

ZONE
ID
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B, D
B
B
B
B, D
B, D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
B
B

MAX
DET
15
11
13
13
13
15
11
13
13
50
39
44
50
40
39
44
40
44
39
40
22
39
39
50
19
22
44
44
50
40
40
15
11
13
13
50
40
40
50
40
40
50
40
40
15
50
11
39
44
44
13
15
11
13
13
15
11
13
13
50
44
44
50
39
44
44
50
40

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
15 k
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
15 K
15 K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
N/A
15 K
4.7K
15 K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
15 K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM

SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FG
SLK-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIH-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F

DETECTOR
ID
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-22D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-22D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-22D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HS-22D
HS-22D

HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HB-3

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL
641
641
641
641
641
641
641
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA

MX8/WIBH
S2W
S2W
S2W
S2WA
S2WA
S2WA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA
FASA

ZONE
ID
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
MDL NO
FASA
FASA
MDL NO
MDL NO
FASA
FASA
MDL NO
FASA
FASA
MDL NO

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
B
D
BD
BD
D
B
B
B
D
BD

MAX
DET
40
50
40
40
50
40
40
50
50
50
39
40
40
44
40
40
44

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL

4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
4.7K OHM
N/A
N/A
N/A
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K
4.7K
N/A
4.7K OHM
4.7K
4.7K OHM
N/A
4.7K

SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SIF-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24F
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH
SLK-24FH

DETECTOR
ID
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-2
HD-2
HD-2
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HS-22D
HB-22D
HB-22D
HS-200 D
HS-200 D
HB-22D
HB-22D
HS-200 D
HB-22D
HB-22D
HS-200 D

HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HB-3
HD-20
HD-20
HB-3
HB-3
HD-20
HB-3
HB-3
HD-20

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LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

UPTIME

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
1A
1A
1A

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
ZA/B
N/A
ZA/B
N/A
ZA/B

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
B

MAX
DET
30
24
24

EOL

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
10K OHM SIF-24F
HD-2
10K OHM SLK-24F
HD-3
10K OHM SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


HS-21D
HS-21D
HS-21D

HB-2
HB-2
HB-2

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

VIKING

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL ZONE MODEL ZONE
ID
PAR-3, B-1
N/A
A
PAR-3, B-1
N/A
A
PAR-3, B-1
N/A
A
PAR-3, B-1
N/A
A
PAR-3, B-1
N/A
A
PAR-3, B-1
N/A
A

LOOP
STYLE
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD

MAX
DET
30
30
30
30
30
30

EOL
71252
71252
71252
71252
71252
71252

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SIH-24F
HD-3
SIH-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3
SLK-24FH
HD-3

BASE MODEL

BASE ID

HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224
HSB-220
HSB-224

HB-56
HB-54
HB-56
HB-54
HB-56
HB-54

LIST OF COMPATIBLE CONTROL UNITS AND SMOKE DETECTORS


LISTED AFTER MARCH 1, 1989

22-Oct-2002

WORMALD

2-Wire Compatibility Listings


PANEL MODEL
AUTOPULSE 1000
AUTOPULSE 1000
AUTOPULSE 2000
AUTOPULSE 2000
AUTOPULSE 2000
AUTOPULSE 3000
AUTOPULSE 3000
AUTOPULSE 3000
AUTOPULSE 4000
AUTOPULSE 4000
AUTOPULSE 4000
MULTIZONE 20M
MULTIZONE 20M
MULTIZONE 20M
MULTIZONE 20P
MULTIZONE 20P
MULTIZONE 20P
MULTIZONE 6P
MULTIZONE 6P
MULTIZONE 6P

ZONE MODEL ZONE


ID
N/A
SZB1
N/A
SZB1
N/A
M6D1
N/A
M6B1
N/A
M6B1
N/A
M6D1
N/A
M6B1
N/A
M6B1
N/A
M20D1
N/A
M20B1
N/A
M20B1
N/A
M20D1
N/A
M20B1
N/A
M20B1
N/A
M20B1
N/A
M20D1
N/A
M20B1
N/A
M6D1
N/A
M6B1
N/A
M6B1

LOOP
STYLE
B
B
D
B
B
D
B
B
D
B
B
D
B
B
B
D
B
D
B
B

MAX
DET
75
75
45
75
75
45
75
75
40
75
75
40
75
75
75
40
75
45
75
75

EOL
68710
68710
N/A
70061
70061
N/A
70061
70061
N/A
70061
70061
N/A
70061
70061
70061
N/A
70061
N/A
70061
70061

DETECTOR MODEL DETECTOR


ID
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3
SLK-24F
HD-3

BASE MODEL BASE ID


DB-201N
DBR-202N
DB-201N
DB-201N
DBR-202N
DB-201N
DBR-202N
DI-201N
DB-201N
DBR-202N
DI-201N
DB-201N
DBR-202N
DI-201N
DB-201N
DB-201N
DBR-202N
DB-201N
DBR-202N
DI-201N

HB-2
HB-7
HB-2
HB-2
HB-7
HB-2
HB-7
HD-2
HB-2
HB-7
HB-2
HB-2
HB-7
HB-2
HB-2
HB-2
HB-7
HB-2
HB-7
HB-2

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

3240-0410:0155

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

3240 -- DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR HOUSING/BASE

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Bob Misiuk (714) 670-3248 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: bmisiuk@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models DH-98-I, DH-98-P, DH-98-A, *DH-98-ARSK, DH-98-ASK, DH-98-AR, DH-98-HVI


and DH-98-HVP duct smoke detector units. Each unit consists of a smoke detector head,
Models SIJ-24DH (ionization type), SLR-24DH, ALG-DH, or ALG-EA (photoelectric type),
plastic enclosure, plastic cover, relays, electrical components, and sampling and exhaust
tubes. The smoke detector heads are not suitable for use as open area detection. Refer to
listee's data sheet for additional, detailed product description and operational
considerations. For use with the following accessories: MS-RA, MS-RA/P, MS-RA/R,
MS-RA/P/R, MS-KA/R, MS-KA/P/R, *SD505-DTS-K, and MS-RH/KA/P/R remote alarms.

RATING:

120 VAC, 230 VAC, 24 VAC and 24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as duct smoke detector units for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units to detect an abnormal amount of smoke density in the return air ducts of air
conditioning and ventilating system. The air velocity in the duct shall be between 300-4000
fpm.

NOTE:

For duct application only. Not suitable for open area protection.

*Rev 3-24-2009 bh

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

3242-0410:0179

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

3242 -- DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR, PHOTO. (W/ OR W/O BASE)

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model ALK-D duct smoke detector, analog, addressable photoelectric type sensor. Refer to
listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

INSTALLATION:

The unit is intended to be installed to and mounted in air ducts with airflows up to 4000
ft/min. In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions and applicable codes and
ordinances and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as photoelectric type, duct smoke detectors for use with separately listed compatible
fire alarm control unit, Hochiki Model FireNet 4127 (CSFM Listing No. 7165-0410:159). The
unit is for use with listed compatible bases, Hochiki Model YBN-NSA-4 or HSB-NSA-6
(CSFM Listing No. 7300-0410:132). Suitable for use in ducts with airflows up to 4000
ft/min. Refer to listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.

12-16-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

6911-0410:0175

CATEGORY:

6911 -- VOICE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS CONTROL UNITS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models FNV-MP and FNV-DP audio adjunct/voice evacuation systems. The FNV-MP is the
master panel in the system while the FNV-DP is the distributed panel. Each system is
modular in construction. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product
description and operational considerations. System components:
FNV-PWR2A
FNV-MFP
FNV-DCC
FNV-ASC
FNV-SSC
FNV-MMC
FNV-IOI
FNV-SLC
FNV-MFH
FNV-MBR
FNV-AMI
FNV-FPI

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Power Supply
Master Fire Phone Card
Data Communication Control Card
Audio System Control Card
Switch Scan Card
Microphone Master Control Card
Input/Output Card
Switch and LED Card
Master Fire Phone Handset Card
Motherboard Card
Audio Module Interface Card
Motherboard/Relay Card

RATING:

120 VAC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as voice communication/evacuation/relocation/paging system for use with Hochikis


Models EVX-25, EVX-50 or EVX-100 (CSFM Listing No. 6911-0410:BBB Pending) audio
adjunct systems and separately listed electrically compatible fire alarm control unit.
Suitable for high rise applications when used in conjunction with separately listed
electrically compatible high rise fire alarm control units. Refer to listees Installation
Instruction Manual for details.

XLF:

6911-1446:0103

8-28-2008 bh

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

6911-0410:0176

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

6911 -- VOICE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS CONTROL UNITS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models EVAX 25, -25E, -50, -50E, -100, -100E, -150, -150E, -200, -200E audio adjunct
system. These units are intended to be used in conjunction with a listed electrically
compatible fire alarm control unit to provide voice communication, paging, evacuation tone
signals, and voice alarm signals with voice override. Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed
product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

Input: 24-32 VAC/DC, Standby: 24 VDC, 7 Ah Battery

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, wiring diagram, applicable codes
and ordinances and in a manner which is acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as a voice/tone communication/evacuation/relocation/audio adjunct system for use


with separately listed electrically compatible fire alarm speakers and control units.
Supervision is dependent upon the fire alarm control panel. Refer to the control panels
listing and installation instructions for proper configurations. Suitable for high rise
applications when used in conjunction with separately listed fire alarm control units. Refer
to listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.

XLF:

6911-1446:0100

8-28-2008 bh

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

6912-0410:0177

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

6912 -- VOICE COMMUNICATION ACCESSORIES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model EVX-4Z and EVX-2ZA zone splitters. The unit is intended to be used in conjunction
with a listee's separtely listed Model EVAX-25 audio adjunct system (CSFM Listing No.
6911-0410:176). Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed product description and
operational considerations.

RATING:

Input: 24-28 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, wiring diagram, applicable codes
and ordinances and in a manner which is acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as a voice communication/audio adjunct system accessories.

XLF:

6912-1446:0101

8-28-2008 bh

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7120-0410:0153

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7120 -- ANNUNCIATORS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model HRAM-208 remote multiplex annunciator and HRTI-1 Remote trouble Indicator.
Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

20-19 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction. For indoor use only.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as annunciator panel for use with listee's separately listed compatible Model
HCP-200 Series fire alarm control unit (CSFM Listing No. 7165-0410:152).

XLF:

7120-1477:0108

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7120-0410:0157

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7120 -- ANNUNCIATORS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model HRA-1000 remote multiplex annunciator panel. The main annunciator module
provides indication for 32 zones. Each adder annunciator module provides indication for 48
additional zones. Unit includes main annunciator chassis HRAM-1032 and adder
annunciator chassis HRAX-1048. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product
description and operational considerations.

RATING:

20-29 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction. For indoor use only.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as annunciator panel for use with listee's separately listed compatible Model
HPC-1000 fire alarm control unit (CSFM Listing No. 7165-0410:154).

XLF:

7120-1477:0107

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7120-0410:0165

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7120 -- ANNUNCIATORS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model *FN-LCD-N Network LCD Annunciator and **Model FN-LCD-S Serial LCD
Annunciator. Connects to the control panel via the RS-485 network interface. Employs four
Form C relays that are unsupervised. **Up to 16 FN-LCD-S Serial LCD Annunciators can
be connected to one control panel. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed
product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as annunciator panel for use with listee's separately listed compatible Model FireNet
4127 fire alarm control unit (CSFM Listing No. 7165-0410:159). Refer to listees Installation
Instruction Manual for details.

NOTE:

*Recert 4-12-2007 jw

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7120-0410:0181

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7120 -- ANNUNCIATORS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model FNP-LED Graphix LED eMatrix Mimic Display, where X can be the number 1 or 2
denotes color of the enclosure, and -YYY denotes the number of LED extension boards
which could be 1, 3 or 5 boards.
Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, product number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as annunciators for use with listees separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units. Refer to manufacturers Installation Manual for details.

03-01-10 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7150-0410:0162

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7150 -- FIRE ALARM PULL BOXES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models HPS-SAH, HPS/SAK, HPS-DAH, HPS-DAH/S, and HPS-SAH-WP with or without


the suffix DA-C non-coded manual pull stations. Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed
product description and operational considerations.

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions and applicable codes and
ordinances and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm manual pull stations for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units. Model HPS-SAH-WP is suitable for outdoor use. Refer to listees Installation
Instruction Manual for details.
* These manual pull boxes do not meet the requirements of UL Standard 38, 1999 Edition
and California amendments.
7150-1039:0101

XLF:

*Updated 6-22-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7150-0410:0164

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7150 -- FIRE ALARM PULL BOXES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models HPS-CP and HPS/CP/S non-coded boxes. Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed
product description and operational considerations.

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model name, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm pull boxes for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units. Refer to listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.
* These manual pull boxes do not meet the requirements of UL Standard 38, 1999 Edition
and California amendments.
7150-0512:0006

XLF:

*Updated 6-22-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7150-0410:0169

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7150 -- FIRE ALARM PULL BOXES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models DCP-AMS, DCP-AMS-LP, DCP-AMS-KL and DCP-AMS-KL-LP addressable fire


alarm manual pull boxes. LP suffix is a dual action box. KL suffix is a key lock access
box. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

33 Vdc

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm manual pull boxes for use with separately listed electrically and
functionally compatible fire alarm control units.
* These manual pull boxes meet the requirements of UL Standard 38, 1999 Edition and
California amendments except models with "LP" suffixes.

*Updated 07-07-10 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7151-0410:0163

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7151 -- BOXES/PULL STATIONS-HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model HPS-SA-EX/WP with or without the suffix DA-C non-coded, explosion proof,
weather proof manual pull stations. These devices consist of a switch and terminal block
mounted within an explosion proof enclosure. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional
detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

Electrical: 120 VAC, 10 A

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and


ordinances, and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm manual pull stations for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units. Suitable for use outdoor and in Class I, Group B, C and D; Class II, Group E,
F and G hazardous locations. Refer to listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.
*These manual pull boxes meet the requirements of UL Standard 38, 1999 Edition with
California amendments except for models with suffixes -DAH.
7151-1039:0104

XLF:

*Updated 08-27-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7165-0410:0152

CATEGORY:

7165 -- FIRE ALARM CONTROL UNIT (COMMERCIAL)

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model HCP-201, HCP-202, HCP-204 and HCP-204E fire alarm control units. Non-coded;
automatic, manual, local, remote station, central station, waterflow and sprinkler
supervisory service. System components:
HCP-201,-202,-204,-204E
HDM-204
HRM-204, HRM-208
HPR-100
HDACT-100
BB-815, BB-816

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Main Fire Alarm Assembly


Initiating & NAC Zones
Relay Module
Polarity reversal & City Tie
DACT
Enclosure

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances,
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm control units for use with separately listed electrically and functionally
compatible initiating and indicating devices.
This control unit does not generate a temporal pattern signal. If the distinctive three-pulse
Temporal Pattern Fire Alarm Evacuation Signal (for total evacuation) in accordance with
NFPA 72, 1999 Edition is required, the control unit must be used with appliances that can
generate the temporal pattern signal. Refer to listee's Installation instructions Manual for
details.

NOTE:

For Fire Alarm Verification Feature, the maximum Retard/Reset/Restart period shall not
exceed 30.0 seconds.

XLF:

7165-1477:0109

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7165-0410:0154

CATEGORY:

7165 -- FIRE ALARM CONTROL UNIT (COMMERCIAL)

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

HCP-1000 fire alarm control unit. Non-coded, automatic, manual, local, auxiliary, remote
station, waterflow and sprinkler supervisory service. System components:
HCP-1000
HBB-1024, HBB-1072
HMCC-1024-6, -12
HMCC-1024-6S, -12S
HECH-1048
HDM-1008
HSGM-1004
HRM-1008
HPR-100
HFA-1024TR

Page 1 of 1

Control Unit
Backbox
24-Zone Chassis
24-Zone Chassis
Expander Chassis
8-Zone Detection Module
4-Zone NAC Module
Relay Adder Module
Polarity Reversal and City Tie
Flush Trim Ring

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances,
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm control units for use with separately listed electrically and functionally
compatible initiating and indicating devices.
This control unit can generate a distinctive three-pulse Temporal Pattern Fire Alarm
Evacuation Signal (for total evacuation) in accordance with NFPA 72, 2002 Edition. Refer
to listee's Installation Manual for details.
This control unit meets the requirement of UL-864, 8th Edition Standard.

NOTE:

For Fire Alarm Verification Feature (delay of fire alarm signal), the maximum
Retard/Reset/Restart period shall not exceed 30 seconds.

XLF:

7165-1477:0106

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7165-0410:0159

CATEGORY:

7165 -- FIRE ALARM CONTROL UNIT (COMMERCIAL)

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model FireNet 4127 Analog Addressable fire alarm control unit. Automatic, manual,
waterflow and sprinkler supervisory service. Refer to the listee's data sheet for detailed
product description and operational considerations. System components:
MODULE
FN-4127-BO
FN-4127-IO
FN-4127-CPA-BO
FN-4127-SLC
FN-4127-NIC
FN-PS402
FN-DAC
FN-ENC
FN-ACC
FN-CTM
D9068

Page 1 of 2

PART NO.
(K6002)
(K6006)
(K6001)
(K6004)
(K6005)
(S402)
(FN-DAC)
(FN-ENC)
(FN-ACC)
(7000-00780)
(D9068)

HMX-DP
HMX-MP
EVX-100
EVX-RM

DESCRIPTION
Control Board
16 Channel Input/Output Board
Front LCD Indicator Panel
Loop 3, 4 Board
Network Card
Power Supply
Digital Alarm Communicator
Enclosures
Battery/Accessory Enclosure
City Tie Module
Bosch Digital Alarm Communication
Transmitter
Voice Evacuation System Distribution Panel
Voice Evacuation System Master Panel
Audio Adjunct Module
Remote Microphone

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances,
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm control unit for use with separately listed compatible initiating and
indicating devices. *Also suitable for high-rise applications.
These control units can generate the distinctive three-pulse Temporal Pattern Fire Alarm
Evacuation Signal as required per NFPA 72, 2002 Edition.
This control unit meets the requirements of UL-864, *9th Edition Standard
1. For Fire Alarm Verification Feature (Delay of fire alarm), the maximum
Retard/Reset/Restart period must be adjusted to 30 seconds or less.

NOTE:

*Rev 6-24-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7165-0410:0180

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7165 -- FIRE ALARM CONTROL UNIT (COMMERCIAL)

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models FIRENET PLUS 1127 Series. Analog Addressable Fire Alarm System. May be
followed by suffixes -R or -C which represents the color of the panel enclosure, -R for red,
-C for charcoal. Local, manual and automatic, sprinkler supervisory and waterflow
services. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and
operational considerations. System components:
FNP-1127-R; Loop Not Expandable, Red
FNP-1127-C; Loop Not Expandable, Charcoal
FNP-1127D-R; Loop W/Integrated Dialer, Not Expandable, Red
FNP-1127D-C; Loop W/Integrated Dialer, Not Expandable, Charcoal
FNP-1127E-R; Loop Expandable, Red
FNP-1127E-C; Loop Expandable, Charcoal
FNP-1127DE-R; Loop W/Integrated Dialer, Expandable, Red
FNP-1127DE-C; Loop W/Integrated Dialer, Expandable, Charcoal
FNP-1127-SLC; Loop Expansion Module*

RATING:

120V, 50 / 60Hz, 2.1A, and 240V, 50 / 60Hz, 1.1A

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fire alarm control units for use with listed compatible indicating and initiating devices.
Also suitable for high rise applications.
These control units generate a distinctive temporal pattern (Temporal Pattern Fire Alarm
Evacuation) for total evacuation in accordance with NFPA 72, 2002 Edition. This control
unit meets the requirements of UL Standard 864, 9th Edition.

NOTE:

1. For Fire Alarm Verification Feature (delay of fire alarm signal), the maximum
Retard/Reset/Restart period shall not exceed 30 seconds.

XLF:

7165-1714:0115

*Rev. 04-26-10 bh

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7260-0410:0158

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7260 -- BEAM SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model SRA-24 projected beam smoke detector. Unit consists of a transmitter/receiver unit
and a reflector unit. This device is intended for ceiling installation only between 25 to 100 ft
apart. Refer to the listee's data sheet for detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical ratings, and UL Label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as beam smoke detector for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units. Refer to listees Installation Instructions Manual for details.

4-14-03 KK

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7260-0410:0172

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7260 -- BEAM SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model SPC-24 Projected Beam, Smoke-Automatic Fire Detector. Unit consists of one
emitter unit and one receiver unit. Refer to listee's printed data sheet for additional product
description and operational consideration.

RATING:

24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical ratings, and UL Label

APPROVAL:

Listed as beam smoke detectors for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units.

NOTE:

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7270-0410:0119

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7270 -- HEAT DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models AL-DFE-135 and AL-DFE-190. Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed product
description and operational considerations.

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with the listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and
ordinances and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, temperature & electrical ratings and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as system heat detectors when used in conjunction with listed compatible bases
(CSFM Listing No. 7300-0410:132) and separately listed compatible control units.

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7270-0410:0147

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7270 -- HEAT DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model ATG-EA electronic fixed temperature heat detector (analog) with Models
YBN-NSA-4 and HSB-NSA-6 bases. Unit consists of resistors, capacitors, diodes,
transistors, LED, thermistors, mounted on a printed wiring board inside an enclosure. Refer
to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

Electrical:
39.5 VDC
Temperature Range:

134 F - 149 F

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, electrical/temperature rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as heat detector for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control units.

*Corrected 11-6-2001

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7270-0410:0151

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7270 -- HEAT DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models DCD-135 and DCD-190, fixed temperature and rate of rise heat detectors. Refer to
listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

Temperature:

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as fixed temperature and rate of rise heat detector for use listed bases (CSFM
Listing No. 7300-0410:132) and separately listed fire alarm control units.

DCD-135: 135 F
DCD-190: 190 F

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7270-0410:0178

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7270 -- HEAT DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models DSC-EA Rate-of-rise heat detector. Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed product
description and operational considerations.

RATING:

24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with the listee's printed installation instructions, applicable


ordinances and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as heat detector when used in conjunction with listed compatible HSB-100 base
(CSFM Listing No. 7300-0410:132) and separately listed compatible control units.

codes

and

12-15-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7271-0410:0135

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7271 -- IONIZATION SMOKE DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models SIH-24F and *SIJ-24 ionization type smoke detector. Refer to listee's data sheet for
detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as ionization smoke detectors when used in conjunction with listed bases (CSFM
Listing No. 7300-0410:132) and separately listed compatible fire alarm control units.

NOTE:

Formerly 7256-0410:110 & 135

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7271-0410:0148

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7271 -- IONIZATION SMOKE DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model AIE-EA analog addressable ionization type smoke detector with Models YBN-NSA-4
and HSB-NSA-6 bases. Unit consists of resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, LED,
diodes and ionization chamber, mounted on a printed wiring board inside an enclosure.
Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

39.5 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as ionization type smoke detector for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units.

NOTE:

*Rev 11-16-2000

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7272-0410:0107

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7272 -- PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models SLG-12, SLG-24, SLG-24FH, SLG-24F, SLK-12, SLK-24F, SLK-24FH, SLK-24FB,


SLK-24FL, SLK-24FLB, SLK-835, SLK-835H, SLR-835, SLR-835W, SLR-835B-2,
SLR-835B-4, SLR-835B-2W, SLR-835B-4W, SLR-24, SLR-24H, SLR-24V, *SLR-24VN,
SLR-835H, SLR-835HW, SLR-835BH-2, SLR-835BH-2W, SLR-835BH-4, SLR-835BH-4W
photoelectric type smoke detectors. Unit with suffix -H or -FH employs a supplemental heat
sensor. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and
operational considerations.

RATING:

12 VDC and 24 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as photoelectric smoke detectors for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units when used in conjunction with listee's listed bases (CSFM Listing No.
7300-0410:132). Models with supplemental heat sensor are not approved for use in lieu of
required heat detectors.

NOTE:

Formerly 7257-0410:107

*Rev 2-14-2003 IPI

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7272-0410:0149

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7272 -- PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models ALG-EA and ALG-V analog addressable photoelectric type smoke detector with
Models YBN-NSA-4 and HSB-NSA-6 bases. Unit consists of resistors, capacitors, diodes,
transistors, LED, photo diode, mounted on a printed wiring board inside an enclosure.
Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

RATING:

39.5 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as photoelectric smoke detector for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units. *Model ALG-V is suitable for in duct use in air velocities up to 4000 ft/min.

NOTE:

*Rev 1-31-2008 mt

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7272-0410:0173

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7272 -- PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models ALK-V and ALK-V2* analog addressable photoelectric type smoke detector with
listed compatible bases, Hochiki Model YBN-NSA-4 or HSB-NSA-6 (CSFM Listing No.
7300-0410:132). Unit consists of resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, LED, photo
diode, mounted on a printed wiring board inside an enclosure. Refer to listees data sheet
for additional detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

39.5 VDC

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model designation, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as photoelectric smoke detector for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units. Also suitable for in-duct use in air velocities up to 4000 ft/min.

*Rev. 12-17-2009 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7272-0410:0174

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7272 -- PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models SLV-24, SLV-24V, SLV-24N and SLV-24M* Conventional, Photoelectric Type


Smoke Detectors. Detectors are for use with listed Models NS4-220, NS4-224, NS6-220,
NS6-224, HSC-4R, HSC-220R, and HSC-224R Bases. Refer to listee's data sheet for
detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

24 Vdc

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as photoelectric smoke detectors for use with listed bases as shown in DESIGN
and compatible listed fire alarm control units.

3-19-2008

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7300-0410:0132

CATEGORY:

7300 -- MISC. DEVICE/CONTROL UNIT ACCESSORIES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Bob Misiuk (714) 670-3248 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: bmisiuk@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Detector bases (2 and 4-wire). Unit is intended for use with a separately listed compatible
detector head. Refer to listee's data sheet for detailed product description and operational
considerations. Models listed below.
HA-4W
HA-SL
HA-NRA2
HA-L2
HA-L22A
HA-LA2
HA-LNRA2

Page 1 of 2

HA-4W1
HA-SR
HA-L12R
HA-L2A
HA-L22F
HA-LRA

HA-4WX
HA-SLR
HA-2R
HA-L2R
HA-L22R
HA-LRA2

HS-2D
HS-22
HS-200D
HS-221
HS-221XL
HS-224D
HS-2RB
HS-224RB

HA-2
HA-RA2
HA-22R
HA-L22
HA-L22S
HA-LNA2

HS-2
HS-21L
HS-22D
HS-220L
HS-221D
HS-224
HS-225L
HS-220RB

HS-2L
HS-21D
HS-100
HS-220D
HS-221X
HS-224L
HS-225D
HS-221RB

HS-21
HS-22L
HS-220
HS-221L
HS-221XD
HS-225
HS-21RB
HS-2RB4

HSB-2
HSB-12-4
HSB-100
HSB-220N
HSB-224
HSC-4R
HSC-221L
HSC-224R

HSB-2N
HSB-12-1
HSB-12-1N
HSB-12-4N HSB-21
HSB-21N
HSB-200
HSB-200N
HSB-220
HSB-221
HSB-221N
HSB-221S
HSB-224N
HSB-225
HSB-225N
HSC-21L
HSC-220L
HSC-220R
HSC-221R
HSC-224RA
HSC-224L
HSC-225L
HSB-DCP-6
HSB-NSA-6

YBA-M2
YBA-M21
YBA-M22
YBA-M220
YBA-M221 YBA-M224 YBA-M225 YBA-M100
YBA-MAP
YBA-R3
YBA-RL/4
YBA-RL/4-1
YBA-RL/4-2
YBA-RL/4-RA
YBC-RL/12 YBC-RL/12-1
YBC-RL/12-2
YBC-RL/12-4
YBC-RL/4-RA
YBC-RL/2NC
YBC-RL/2NBE YBJ-RL/2ND
YBN-R/2NA
YBN-NSA-4
*Corrected 11-6-2001

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

Listing No. 7300-0410:132


Page 2 of 2

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes and ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as bases for use with listees separately listed compatible smoke and heat detectors.
Refer to heat or smoke detector listings for compatibility. Models HA-2R, HA-SLR, HA-LRA2
and HSC Series w/ suffix R are also suitable for releasing device service. Model YBA-R3 is
intended for use with thermostat detector only.

NOTE:

Formerly 7300-0410:100, 106, 115, 124, 125, 126, 130, 131 & 133

*Corrected 11-06-2001

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed the test results
and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an endorsement or
recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational requirements or installation
criteria. Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable information sources.

Date Issued:

JUNE 18, 2009

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator


Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires June 30, 2010

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
Page 1 of 1

LISTING No.

7300-0410:0150

CATEGORY:

Misc. Device/Control Unit Accessories

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Control Unit Accessories Models:


DCP-RM, DCP-R2M; Analog Relay Module
DCP-SCI; Short Circuit Isolator
DCP-FRCME, DCP-FRCME-P; Monitor Modules
DCP-FRCME-S, DCP-FRCME-4; Monitor Modules
DCP-FRCME-S-100, DCP-FRCME-4-100; Monitor Modules
DCP-SOM; Supervised Output Module
DCP-SRM; Solenoid Releasing Module
DCP-DIMM; Dual Input Monitor Module
CZM; Conventional Zone Module
DCP-SOM-A; Supervised Output Module
*DCP-SOM-R; Supervised Output Module Release
DCP-SOM-AI; Supervised Output Module with Integrated SCI
DCP-FRCMA; Input Module Box Mount
DCP-FRCMA-I; Input Module Box Mount with Integrated SCI
DCP-R2MH; Dual Relay Module, 2 amps @ 30VDC
DCP-R2MH-I; Dual Relay Module, 2 amps @ 30VDC with Integrated SCI
DCP-R2ML; Dual Relay Module, 8 amps @ 30VDC
DCP-R2ML-I; Dual Relay Module, 8 amps @ 30VDC with Integrated SCI
Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product description and operational
considerations.

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as control unit accessories for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm
control units. Refer to listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.

*Rev. 08-23-10 fm

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire
test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation
information sources.

Date Issued:
Authorized By:

August 26, 2010


FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

Engineering staff has reviewed the


any claims. This listing is not an
used to verify correct operational
instructions and/or other suitable

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7300-0410:0160

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7300 -- MISC. DEVICE/CONTROL UNIT ACCESSORIES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models SBC-2, -2R, -4/12, -4/24 detector sounder base. The use of suffix W indicates the
color white. Unit SBC-2R employs a relay. SBC-4 models employ extra output leads for
connection to a control panel intitiating loop. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional
detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:
INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as detector base for use with separately listed functionally and electrically
compatible fire alarm control units. Designed specifically for use with listees Models SIJ-24
(CSFM Listing No. 7271-0410:135) Ionization Smoke Detector or Models SLR-24V,
SLR-835 (CSFM Listing No. 7272-0410:107) Photoelectric Smoke Detector. Refer to
listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.

NOTE:

These appliances can generate a distinctive three-pulse Temporal Pattern Fire Alarm
Evacuation Signal (for total evacuation) in accordance with NFPA 72, 2002 Edition.

10-27-2003

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7300-0410:0161

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7300 -- MISC. DEVICE/CONTROL UNIT ACCESSORIES

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Model ASB detector sounder base. Unit has an intregral audible signal for use with
spot-type detector units. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product
description and operational considerations.

RATING:
INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as a detector base for use with separately listed functionally and electrically
compatible fire alarm control units. Designed specifically for use with listees Model ALG-V
(CSFM Listing No. 7272-0410:149) Photoelectric Smoke Detector; Model AIE-EA (CSFM
Listing No. 7271-0410:148) Ionization Smoke Detector; or Model ATG-EA (CSFM Listing
No. 7270-0410:147) Heat Detector. Refer to listees Installation Instruction Manual for
details.

NOTE:

These appliances can generate a distinctive three-pulse Temporal Pattern Fire Alarm
Evacuation Signal (for total evacuation) in accordance with NFPA 72, 2002 Edition.

8-24-2004

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7315-0410:0166

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7315 -- POWER UNITS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models FN-642-ULADA, FN-842-ULADA and FN-1042-ULADA Indicating Circuit Power


Supply may be followed by -R, -G, -C, or -B. Units are a regulated 12 or 24 VDC power
supply/charger used for supervision and expanded power driving capability of four
notification appliance circuits. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product
description and operational considerations.

RATING:

115 VAC primary, 12 or 24 VDC secondary

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as power supply units for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units. Refer to listees Installation Instruction Manual for details.

NOTE:

The system must have the secondary power supply capable of operating the system for at
least 24 hours battery standby) in the normal condition and followed by not less than 5
minutes of alarm as required by code. The battery circuit must be fully supervised.

XLF:

7315-1335:0109

5-3-2005

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7315-0410:0167

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7315 -- POWER UNITS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models FN-1024ULX, FN-300ULX and FN-400ULX power supply units may be followed by
-G, -R, -C, or -B. Models FN-300ULX series are designed to charge sealed lead acid type
rechargeable batteries. Refer to listee's data sheet for additional detailed product
description and operational considerations.

RATING:

115 VAC input, 12 or 24 VDC output

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction. For fire alarm use, the
standby batteries must provide 24 hours standby power during power loss.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as power supply units for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units to provide power for door holders, door strikes or similar devices. Refer to listees
Installation Instruction Manual for details.

NOTE:

Not suitable for fire alarm indicating devices.

XLF:

7315-1335:0100

5-3-2005

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7315-0410:0168

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7315 -- POWER UNITS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models FN-600ULX-G, -R, -C, -B Power Supply Units. Refer to listee's data sheet for
additional detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

115 VAC input, 12 or 24 VDC output

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating, and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as power supply units for use with separately listed compatible fire alarm control
units. Also suitable for use with access control systems. Authority having jurisdiction should
be consulted prior to installation.

NOTE:

For fire alarm use, the standby batteries must provide at least 24 hours standby power
during power loss. The battery circuit must be fully supervised.

XLF:

7315-1335:0104

5-3-2005

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY & FIRE PROTECTION


OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FIRE ENGINEERING - BUILDING MATERIALS LISTING PROGRAM

LISTING SERVICE
LISTING No.

7315-0410:0171

Page 1 of 1

CATEGORY:

7315 -- POWER UNITS

LISTEE:

Hochiki America, 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100, Buena Park, CA 90621-2268
Contact: Michael Um (714) 670-3246 Fax (714) 522-2268
Email: mum@hochiki.com

DESIGN:

Models FN-642-UL2ADA-R and -C, FN-842-UL2ADA-R and -C, FN-1042-UL2ADA-R and


-C Power-limited Indicating Circuit NAC Power Supply/Charger. Refer to listee's data sheet
for additional detailed product description and operational considerations.

RATING:

FN-642-UL2ADA-R and -C, FN-842-UL2ADA-R and -C: 120 VAC input, 12/24 VDC output,
2A (on each indicating circuit)
FN-1042-UL2ADA-R and -C:115 VAC input, 24 VDC output, 2.5A (on each indicating
circuit)

INSTALLATION:

In accordance with listee's printed installation instructions, applicable codes & ordinances
and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.

MARKING:

Listee's name, model number, electrical rating and UL label.

APPROVAL:

Listed as a power-limited indicating circuit power supply for use with separately listed
compatible fire alarm control units and indicating devices. Authority having jurisdiction
should be consulted prior to installation.

XLF:

7315-1335:0112

8-27-2007 mt

This listing is based upon technical data submitted by the applicant. CSFM Fire Engineering staff has reviewed
the test results and/or other data but does not make an independent verification of any claims. This listing is not an
endorsement or recommendation of the item listed. This listing should not be used to verify correct operational
requirements or installation criteria.
Refer to listees data sheet, installation instructions and/or other suitable
information sources.

Date Issued:

July 01, 2010

Authorized By:

FRANCIS MATEO, Program Coordinator

Fire Engineering Division

Listing Expires

June 30, 2011