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4100/4120-Series MAPNET II/IDNet

Quad Isolator Modules


Installation Instructions
Introduction

This publication describes the installation procedure for 4100/4120-0111 MAPNET II Quad
Isolator Module and the 4100-3103 MAPNET II/IDNet Quad Isolator Module. Models
4100/4120 -0111 are intended for retrofit applications only.

Related
Documentation

In this Publication

This publication discusses the following topics:

Field Wiring Diagram for 4100 Power Limited (841-731) or,


Field Wiring Diagram for 4100 Non Power Limited (841-995)
4100ES Fire Alarm System Installation Guide (574-848)

Topic

See Page #

Cautions and Warnings

Introduction to the Isolator Modules

Card Configuration

Installing Motherboards into 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100)

Installing Motherboards into 2975-94xx Back Boxes


(4100U/4100ES)

13

Installing the Daughter Card

18

Wiring

19

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579-514
Rev. F

Cautions and Warnings

Cautions and
Warnings

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equipment. Product operation and reliability depend upon proper installation.
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of this device may exceed eye safety limits. Do not use magnification (such as a microscope
or other focusing equipment) when viewing the output of this device.
STATIC HAZARD - Static electricity can damage components. Handle as follows:

Ground yourself before opening or installing components.


Prior to installation, keep components wrapped in anti-static material at all times.

FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS PART 15 - This equipment has been tested and found to

comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
SYSTEM REACCEPTANCE TEST AFTER SOFTWARE CHANGES - To ensure proper

system operation, this product must be tested in accordance with NFPA72-1999, Chapter 7
after any programming operation or change in site-specific software. Reacceptance testing is
required after any change, addition or deletion of system components, or after any
modification, repair or adjustment to system hardware or wiring.
All components, circuits, system operations, or software functions known to be affected by a
change must be 100% tested. In addition, to ensure that other operations are not
inadvertently affected, at least 10% of initiating devices that are not directly affected by the
change, up to a maximum of 50 devices, must also be tested and proper system operation
verified.

Introduction to the Isolator Modules

General Information

The 4100/4120-0111 and 4100-3103 Quad Isolator Modules consist of two cards: a motherboard
that mounts into either a CPU bay or an expansion bay and a daughter card that mount into the
motherboard. The 4100/4120-0111 and 4100-3103 Quad Isolator Modules are not compatible
with the IDNet Addressable Isolators. General capabilities of the isolator module include:

Monitors and controls up to four loops. The 4100/4120-0111 (MAPNET II) and 41003103 (MAPNET II or IDNet) modules allow you to segment the entire MAPNET II or IDNet
channel into four loops (maximum). Segmenting the channel simplifies troubleshooting and
allows other devices to continue operating if a short circuit condition occurs on the MAPNET
II loop.
Note: The isolator card takes up four card MAPNET II/IDNet addresses.

Class A or Class B operation. With Class A operation, if an open occurs on any loop,
the isolator module energizes an internal relay that enables the B lines to carry the
MAPNET II or IDNet signal. In Class B operation, the faulty loop disconnects and the other
loops continue to operate.

Short circuit disconnection. The isolator module disconnects loops on which it senses a
short. Loops that have shorts are continuously monitored and are automatically reconnected
when the short condition clears.

Control
(signal)
ZAM
FIRE

ALARM

FIRE

PULL DOWN

Door
control

ALARM

PULL DOWN

Control
(signal)
ZAM

F
I
R
E

Control
(signal)
ZAM

Damper
control

Four isolated output circuits


from the 4100-0111 Isolator
module

Panel-mounted
MAPNET II or
IDNet module

FIRE

F
I
R
E

Control
(signal)
ZAM

ALARM

PULL DOWN

F
I
R
E

Panel-mounted
4100/4120-0111
or 4100-3103

F
I
R
E

Wiring Reference
Four wires, MAPNET II or
IDNet, and 24 VDC power

Monitor
ZAM

Control
(signal)
ZAM

Monitor
ZAM
Non-addressable IDC zone

Two-wire MAPNET II or
IDNet circuit
Two-wire circuit:
supervised IDC or
supervised NAC zone

Flow
switch

F
I
R
E

FIRE

F
I
R
E

ALARM

PULL DOWN

Figure 1. MAPNET II Isolator Module Overview


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Introduction to the Isolator Modules, Continued

Functionality

The isolator operates in conjunction with the short circuit protection already present on the
MAPNET II or IDNet Interface (Transceiver) Board (562-976). On power up, the transceiver tests
the portion of the line that it is protecting to see if any shorts exist. If a short is detected, the
transceiver restricts power from flowing into that portion of the line on which the short was
detected. If a short is detected after power-up, the transceiver (not the isolator) shuts down the
channel for 750 milliseconds. The channel is then powered up and the isolator acts to isolate the
faulty line.
The short circuit trouble clears when the short is removed from the lines. The "Class A" fault
status will clear only when the fault condition is corrected, and a System Reset has been initiated
from the 4100 operator interface panel.
In addition to short circuit protection, the isolator monitors a secondary wire pair for Class A
supervision. If a break in any line is detected, the Isolator switches communications onto both the
primary and secondary pairs.
The isolator can also be used to disconnect communication lines and shields from the transceiver
to aid in the location of earth troubles in the system, as well as other installation problems. This
Loop Isolation operation can only be accomplished from the operator interface panel.
Each isolator is regularly polled by the master controller to determine its current state. If the
isolator does not respond, this fact will be reported as a "NO ANSWER" trouble against that
device. When the device IS communicating properly, it will answer the poll with a "normal",
"short circuit", or "open circuit" response, depending on the current hardware state of the system.
A Correction Device Status check is made whenever a device is initialized. If the device address
or location is incorrect, the MAPNET II or IDNet transceiver will ignore status messages from the
isolator and will not send control messages to it.
The isolator must be addressed at a valid MAPNET II or IDNet location and the job must be
programmed to recognize it.

LEDs

The on-board LEDs, LED 1 through LED 4, indicate the trouble state of the corresponding
MAPNET II or IDNet loop.

Environmental
Requirements

Temperature: 32 F (0 C) to 120 F (49 C)


Humidity: 90F (32 C) degrees @ 93% Relative Humidity (non-condensing)

Standby Current

50mA at 24V

Card Configuration

Overview

This section contains instructions on how to configure the card via DIP switches and jumpers.
Notes:

SW1

The isolator is not a 4100 daughter card; rather, it is an IDNet slave.


There are three different types of IDNet cards: 64-Point, 127-Point, and 250-Point
capacity. Even though IDNet can support a maximum of 250 devices, higher addresses
may be inaccessible because of the hardware used. Be sure that you know the model of
the IDNet card that is connected to the isolator so that you can correctly set addresses for
the card version you have.
The System Power Supply (SPS) supports 250 devices.

SW1-1 through SW1-8 are address switches. Setting a switch ON corresponds to the logic low
or 0 state while setting a switch OFF equals logic high or 1.
Refer to Table 1 for a complete list of the switch settings for all of the possible device addresses.
Valid addresses: MAPNET II 1-127
IDNet
1-250

MSB
1

LSB
2

ON

DIPSWITCH IS SHOWN
SET AT ADDRESS 86.

0 = ON

1 = OFF

OFF

Figure 2.

DIP Switch SW1


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Card Configuration, Continued

SW1

Table 1. MAPNET II/IDNet Device Addresses


Note: DIP switch in 0 position is ON while DIP switch in 1 position is OFF.
MSB
1

LSB

DIPSWITCH IS SHOWN SET AT ADDRESS 31.

0 = ON

ON

1 = OFF

OFF

DIP SWITCHES 1 THRU 4

RESERVED FOR
FUTURE USE

0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
0111
1111

0000
0
16
32
48
64
80
96
112
128
144
160
176
192
208
224
240

0001
1
17
33
49
65
81
97
113
129
145
161
177
193
209
225
241

0010
2
18
34
50
66
82
98
114
130
146
162
178
194
210
226
242

0011
3
19
35
51
67
83
99
115
131
147
163
179
195
211
227
243

0100
4
20
36
52
68
84
100
116
132
148
164
180
196
212
228
244

DIP SWITCHES 5 THRU 8


1010 0101 0111 1000 1001
5
6
7
8
9
21
22
23
24
25
37
38
39
40
41
53
54
55
56
57
69
70
71
72
73
85
86
87
88
89
101 102 103 104 105
117 118 119 120 121
133 134 135 136 137
149 150 151 152 153
165 166 167 168 169
181 182 183 184 185
197 198 199 200 201
213 214 215 216 217
229 230 231 232 233
245 246 247 248 249

1010
10
26
42
58
74
90
106
122
138
154
170
186
202
218
234
250

1011
11
27
43
59
75
91
107
123
139
155
171
187
203
219
235
251

1100
12
28
44
60
76
92
108
124
140
156
172
188
204
220
236
252

1101
13
29
45
61
77
93
109
125
141
157
173
189
205
221
237
253

1110
14
30
46
62
78
94
110
126
142
158
174
190
206
222
238
254

1111
15
31
47
63
79
95
111
127
143
159
175
191
207
223
239
255

RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE

* MAPNET II supports address codes 1 through 127 only.

Dip Switch Address Setting Example


Setting the Quad Isolator to address 86. Locate address 86 in the table above, this corresponds
to an address setting of 0101 for DIP switches 1-4 and an address setting of 0110 for DIP
switches 5-8.
MSB
1

LSB
2

ON

DIPSWITCH IS SHOWN
SET AT ADDRESS 86.

0 = ON

1 = OFF

OFF

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Card Configuration, Continued

SW2

Switch SW2 is a rotary switch that selects the number of active loops of MAPNET II/IDNet
devices. Set SW2 to position 1, 2, 3, or 4 to select the number of active loops.
The Loop 1 address is set on SW1. Loops 2, 3, and 4 (if active) occupy consecutive addresses
above Loop 1.
Note:
1.
2.

JW1 JW8

Switch positions 0, 5, 6, and 7 are invalid selections.


Addresses for Loops 2, 3, and 4 must be less than 127 for MAPNETII and less than 250 for
IDNet. If all 4 loops are used the highest address for MAPNET II is 124 and the highest
address for IDNet is 247.

Jumpers JW1 through JW8 are factory-set to specify the 27C64 EPROM (740-748) in board
position U11. The correct configuration for these jumpers is as follows:

JW1, JW4, JW6, JW7, JW8 are out.

JW2, JW3, JW5 are in.

Figure 3. DIP Switch and Jumper Locations

Programming
Considerations

The 4100 Programming Unit allows isolators to be added to any valid address. Observe the
MAPNET II and IDNet address ranges as shown on Page 5. Because of hardware constraints,
quad isolators must be placed at sequential addresses. The isolator uses "ISO" for both the device
and point type, and requires up to four MAPNET II addresses in the configuration based on active
loops selected by Switch S2. There can be up to eight isolators on a MAPNET II/IDNet channel.
The custom label field is like any other MAPNET II/IDNet device. The 40-character custom label
should provide enough information to help find the fault.
The isolator causes no changes to lists or groups that are automatically generated by the
programmer. The isolator can be included in user-defined lists, if desired.
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Card Configuration, Continued

Programming
Considerations

Isolators can be accessed using the same logical number scheme used for MAPNET II addressable
devices. The allowable opcodes and qualifiers for isolators used in Custom Control equations are
as follows:
- ON
- DISABLE
- TBL, TBLACK
- NORM
- SHORT
- OPEN
- SET ON, SET OFF, SET PRI
- TRACK ON, TRACK OFF, TRACK PRI
- HOLD ON, HOLD OFF, HOLD PRI
- DISABLE ON, DISABLE OFF
- RESET - The RESET causes the device to re-try its McCulloh loop and clear the trouble bit if
the trouble is cleared.
The following LED programming modes are valid for isolators:
- SMPL SMPL-controlled LED
- T Trouble state only with Acknowledge
- T AL Alert on Trouble state
- ON, OFF Primary state ON, OFF
- AL Alert on Primary state
- DIS Track Disable state
- ABAL Alert on Abnormal state
- NORM Normal state
- ABN Abnormal state
- OPEN Open state
The following switch programming modes are also valid for isolators:
- SMPL SMPL Control
- TOF Toggle (ON, OFF)
- PST, PBH Push Button Track, Hold
- HOA1 Single-relay HOA
- ONOFF Up=ON; Center=Hold; Down=OFF
- DE, TDE Disable, Toggle Disable
There is no change to the existing programmer report format except for the addition of the new
address types. The isolators use "ISO" as both the device and point type.

Installing Motherboards into 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100)


Overview

The MAPNET II/IDNet isolator module can be mounted to either 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100)
or 2975-94xx Back Boxes (4100U/4100ES).

The 4120/4100-0111 version of the module is used with 4100 Back Boxes.

The 4100-3103 version of the module is used with 4100U/4100ES Back Boxes.

This section describes mounting the 4120/4100-0111 module into 4100 Back Boxes.

Installing into a
2975-91xx Master
Controller Bay

If the 575-274 Master Motherboard is used, it must be installed in the leftmost position of
this bay. If the 575-274 Master Motherboard is not used, the CPU motherboard must be
installed in the leftmost position of the bay.

The power supply must be installed in the rightmost position of the bay.

Relay cards must be installed in the slots immediately to the left of the power supply.
This is necessary to allow for the proper routing of non-power limited wiring (120 VAC
wiring connected to the relay card).

If used, the Class B motherboard (575-275) must be installed to the left of the relay cards.
If a physical bridge is used with the Class B motherboard, it must be to the right of any
motherboards using NICs. This allows for earth ground detection via the physical bridge.

Install the motherboard as described below.


4.

Orient the motherboard so that the connector labeled J1 is on the right and the header
labeled P1 is on the left.

2.

Slide the motherboard you are installing to the left until the pins are completely inserted
in the connector of a previously installed motherboard.

3.

Secure the motherboard to the chassis with four torx screws.


CPU or 575-274
Motherboard

The motherboard can be installed in any of these


slots. If the bay has relay cards, they must be
installed to the immediate left of the power

P1
Power
Supply
J1

Figure 4. Installing the Motherboard into a 2975-91xx CPU Bay


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Installing Motherboards into 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100), Continued

Installing into a
2975-91xx
Expansion Bay

If a power supply is installed in the bay, it must be installed on the far right of the bay
and any relay modules must be installed in the slots immediately to its left.

Relay cards must be installed in the rightmost possible slots. This is necessary to allow
for the proper routing of non-power limited wiring (typically 120 VAC wiring), which
could be connected to a relay module.

If a 4100/4120-0155 SDACT, 4100-6052 Event Reporting DACT, 4100-6053 Point


Reporting DACT, or a 4100/4120-0153 CCDACT is installed in the bay, it must be
installed in the far left or far right slot. Neither of these modules contains the J1 or P1
connectors, which are used to distribute power and communications to adjacent modules.

Use the following directions and Figure 5 to install a motherboard into an expansion bay.
1.

Orient the motherboard with the connector labeled J1 on the right and the header labeled
P1 on the left.

2.

Match the connector on the previously installed motherboard with the pins on the
motherboard you are installing. Slide the motherboard to the left until the pins are
completely inserted in the connector of the previously installed motherboard. If you are
installing the leftmost board, the pins will remain unconnected.

3.

Secure the motherboard to the chassis with four torx screws.


The motherboard can be installed in any of the
eight slots. If the bay has relay cards, they must
be installed on the far right of the bay.

P1

J1

Figure 5. Installing the Motherboard into a 2975-91xx Expansion Bay


4.

If you are installing the leftmost motherboard, connect a 733-525 Power and
Communication Harness. Continue to the next topic to connect the harness.
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Installing Motherboards into 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100), Continued

Connecting the
733-525 Harness

If you need to connect a 733-525 Harness to a motherboard, refer to Figure 6 and follow these
steps. Make sure to route the power and communication wiring on the left side of the bay.
1.

Connect one end of the harness to a motherboard in an adjacent bay.


If the adjacent bay is a master controller bay, connect the harness to the P2 and P3 connectors
of the master controller motherboard and continue to step 2.
If the adjacent bay is an expansion bay, connect the harness to the P2 and P3 connectors of the
motherboard installed in the leftmost slot. (If a 4100/4120-0155 SDACT, 4100-6052 Event
Reporting DACT, 4100-6053 Point Reporting DACT, or a 4100/4120-0153 CCDACT
occupies the leftmost slot, connect the harness to the motherboard in the second slot from the
left.) Connect the harness as follows:
a.

Insert the harness connector with the blue wire into the P2 connector. Note that the P2
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.

b.

Insert the harness connector with the white wire into the P3 connector. Note that the P3
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.
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Installing Motherboards into 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100), Continued

Connecting the
733-525 Harness

2.

Connect the other end of the harness to the leftmost motherboard in the next bay, as described
below. Make sure to route the wiring on the left side of the bay.
a.

Insert the harness connector with the blue wire into the P2 connector. Note that the P2
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.

b.

Insert the harness connector with the white wire into the P3 connector. Note that the P3
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.
733-659 Harness

Connector with
Blue Wire Goes
to P2
Connector with
White Wire Goes
to P3

733-672 Harness
733-525 Harness

Figure 6. Power and Communication Wiring for Motherboards

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Installing Motherboards into 2975-94xx Back Boxes (4100U/4100ES)

Overview

The MAPNET I/IDNet isolator module can be mounted to either 2975-91xx Back Boxes (4100) or
2975-94xx Back Boxes (4100U/4100ES).

The 4120/4100-0111 version of the module is used with 4100 Back Boxes.

The 4100-3103 version of the module is used with 4100U/4100ES Back Boxes.

This section describes mounting the 4100-3103 module into 4100U/4100ES Back Boxes.
Installing into a
2975-94xx CPU Bay

Up to two motherboards may be installed with the system CPU in the CPU bay.
Use the following directions to mount a motherboard into a CPU bay.
1.

Orient the motherboard with the connector labeled J1 on the right and the header labeled
P1 on the left.

2.

Slide the motherboard to the right until the pins from P1 on the motherboard to the right
are completely inserted in the motherboards J1 connector.

3.

Attach four lockwashers and metal standoffs to the chassis, and secure the motherboard
to the chassis using four #6 screws.
Slide the motherboard to the right until P1 on the first
motherboard connects with J1 on the next one.

J1

P1

CPU

SPS

Figure 7. Installing the Motherboard into a 2975-94xx CPU Bay


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Continued

When installing 2-inch x 11 -inch motherboards in a 4100U/4100ES expansion bay, adhere to


the following guidelines:

Each expansion bay assembly includes a chassis, two end supports, one LED/switch frame,
and a power distribution interface (PDI) board.

An expansion bay holds up to eight 4-inch x 5-inch modules. A double-size module, such as
the expansion power supply (XPS), takes up two blocks of space as shown below.

Up to seven 2-inch x 11 -inch motherboards can be installed in an expansion bay if no 4inch x 5-inch modules are installed in the bay. Motherboards are mounted on top of the
PDI in expansion bays. The data and power that would normally be bussed via the PDI is
instead routed across the boards via ribbon cable from one board to the next.

As shown in the figure below, motherboards can be installed alongside 4-inch x 5-inch cards,
if necessary.

The leftmost slot must not contain a motherboard.

4-inch x 5-inch cards must be added from right to left.

Motherboards must be added from left to right.


Slot 3

Slot 4

4100 Option

Slot 2

4100 Option

Slot 1

4100 Option

Installing into a
2975-94xx
Expansion Bay

Position
Block E
5

Position
Slots 7 + 8
7&8

I/O Wiring

I/O Wiring

4x5 Module

Expansion Power
Supply

PDI

(XPS)

No Boards
Allowed
in
This Slot

4x5 Module

I/O Wiring

This slot cannot contain a motherboard unless the pins


on P1 (or leftmost pin connector) are removed.

Position
Block F
6

Figure 8. Installing the Motherboard in a 4100U/4100ES Expansion Bay


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Continued

Installing into a
2975-94xx
Expansion Bay

Use the following procedure when installing motherboards in an expansion bay. Start with the
second slot from the left and fill to the right.
1.

Orient the motherboard with the connector labeled J1 on the right and the header labeled P1
on the left.

2.

Attach four metal threaded standoffs and lockwashers into the screw holes on the chassis.

3.

Attach two grey plastic standoffs to the motherboard socket mounting screws.

4.

Secure the motherboard to the standoffs using four #6 torx screws as shown in Figure 9.
METAL
STANDOFFS

SCREW HOLES

PLASTIC STANDOFFS

#6 SCREWS

SCREW HOLES
LOCKWASHERS

Figure 9. Installing the Motherboard in a 2975-94xx Expansion Bay


5.

If you are installing the leftmost motherboard, connect a 733-525 Power and
Communication Harness. Continue to the next topic to connect the harness.
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Continued

Connecting the
733-525 Harness

If you need to connect a 733-525 Harness to a motherboard, refer to Figure 10 and follow these
steps. Make sure to route the power and communication wiring on the left side of the bay.
1.

Connect one end of the harness to a motherboard in an adjacent bay.


If the adjacent bay is a CPU bay with no additional motherboards, connect the harness to the
P8 and P7 connectors of the CPU motherboard.

Insert the harness connector with the blue wire into the P8 connector. Note that the P8
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.

Insert the harness connector with the white wire into the P7 connector. Note that the P7
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.

If the adjacent bay is an expansion bay or a CPU bay with additional motherboards, connect
the harness to the P2 and P3 connectors of the motherboard installed in the leftmost slot. (If a
4100/4120-0155 SDACT, 4100-6052 Event Reporting DACT, 4100-6053 Point Reporting
DACT, or a 4100/4120-0153 CCDACT occupies the leftmost slot, connect the harness to the
motherboard in the second slot from the left.) Connect the harness as follows:

2.

Insert the harness connector with the blue wire into the P2 connector. Note that the P2
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.

Insert the harness connector with the white wire into the P3 connector. Note that the P3
connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins or the
bottom four pins, not in the middle.

Connect the other end of the harness to the leftmost motherboard in the next bay, as
described below. Make sure to route the wiring on the left side of the bay.

Insert the harness connector with the blue wire into the P2 connector. Note that the
P2 connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins
or the bottom four pins, not in the middle.

Insert the harness connector with the white wire into the P3 connector. Note that the
P3 connector has eight pins. Insert the harness connector on either the top four pins
or the bottom four pins, not in the middle.
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Continued

Connecting the
733-525 Harness
733-996
HARNESS

733-525 Harness

Connector with
Blue Wire Goes
to P2
Connector with
White Wire Goes
to P3

Figure 10. Power and Communication Wiring for Motherboard

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Installing the Daughter Card

Installing the
Daughter Card

The daughter card inserts into the connector located in the center of the motherboard. The
connector is keyed so that the daughter card fits only one way. Before installing the card, examine
the slot in the motherboard and the fingers on the daughter card and note where the key is located.
Note:

The figure below is a general-purpose illustration that applies to all daughter cards.

Figure 11. Installing the Daughter Card

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Wiring

Overview

General Guidelines

This section contains field wiring guidelines and instructions for the MAPNET II/IDNet isolator
module.

MAPNET II communication power: 40 V @ 0.5 Amp, 3333 bits per second.


IDNet II communication power: 35 V @ 0.5 Amp, 3333 bits per second.

Refer to instructions packaged with each addressable device for its wiring connections.

The Quad Isolator is not compatible with the IDNet Isolators model 4090-9116, 40989793.

Any wiring leaving the building requires overvoltage protectors 2081-9044 where it
leaves the building and another where it re-enters the building. Only four protectors total
are allowed per MAPNET II or IDNet channel.

If Class A wiring is not used, the 733-678 Harness remains installed. Leave the 733-678
Harness on all unused loops.

Up to 2 isolator boards per MAPNET II or IDNet channel are allowed.

Up to 43 Sounder Bases are allowed on a MAPNET II or IDNet channel, when used for
coded operation.

All wires must be 18 AWG (0.82 mm2) minimum, or as the local code dictates.

Conductors must test free of all grounds.

Power must come from a Simplex-approved power supply.

All wiring must be done using copper conductors only, unless noted otherwise.

If shielded wire is used,


-

the metallic continuity of the shield must be maintained throughout the entire cable
length.

the entire length of the cable must have a resistance greater than 1 Megohm to earth
ground.

Underground wiring must be free of all water.

In areas of high lightning activity, or in areas that have large power surges, the
2081-9027 Transient Suppressor should be used on monitor points.

Wires must not be run through elevator shafts.

Wires that run in plenum must be in conduit.

Splicing is permitted. All spliced connections must either be soldered (resin-core solder),
crimped in metal sleeves, or encapsulated with an epoxy resin. When soldering or
crimped metal sleeves are used, the junction must be insulated with a high-grade
electrical tape that is as sound as the original insulating jacket. Shield continuity must be
maintained throughout.

A system ground must be provided for earth detection and lightning protection devices.
This connection must comply with approved earth detection per NFPA780.

Only system wiring can be run together in the same conduit.


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Wiring, Continued

Power-Limited
Guidelines

Non-power limited field wiring (AC power, batteries, City connection) must be installed
and routed in the shaded areas shown in Figure 12.

Power-limited field wiring must be installed and routed in the non-shaded areas shown in
Figure 11, with the exception of City wiring.

Excess slack should be kept to a minimum inside the back box enclosure. The wiring
should be neatly dressed and bundled together using the wire ties provided with the
equipment. Anchor power-limited wiring to tie points, as shown in Figure 11.
CONDUIT ENTRANCE
FOR NON-POWER
LIMITED WIRING

CONDUIT ENTRANCE
FOR POWER-LIMITED
WIRING

NON-POWER LIMITED
WIRING

POWER-LIMITED
WIRING
TIE POINT
(LOCATION MAY VARY)

Figure 12. Power-Limited Wiring

Tie the wiring located between bays to the internal wiring troughs, if applicable.

When powering remote units or switching power through relay contacts, power for these
circuits must be provided by a power-limited power supply that listed for fire-protective
signaling use.
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Wiring, Continued

Wiring to MAPNET II
Transceiver, System
Power Supply (SPS)
or IDNet Card, and
and MAPNET
II/IDNet Devices

Figure 14 illustrates wiring the MAPNET II or IDNet isolator module to a MAPNET II transceiver
module mounted in a 4100 panel. No more than 127 devices total can be wired to the MAPNET II
transceiver and no more than 250 total can be wired to a SPS or IDNet card, regardless of the
number of isolators attached to it. In the figure below, the loops represent the wiring going to
devices.

565-158 MAPNET QUAD


ISOLATOR BOARD

562-727 MOTHERBOARD (32-POINT)

565-158 MAPNET QUAD


ISOLATOR BOARD

562-727 MOTHERBOARD (32-POINT)

562-976 MAPNET TRANSCEIVER BOARD

562-974 MOTHERBOARD (MAPNET POWER SUPPLY)

Loops Indicate
Wiring Going to
Devices

Figure 14. Wiring from Transceiver to Isolator


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Wiring, Continued

If Class A wiring is not used,


Harness 733-678 remains installed.
Leave Harness 733-678 on all
unused loops.
565-158 MAPNET QUAD
ISOLATOR BOARD

562-727 MOTHERBOARD (32-POINT)

CONNECT SHIELD HERE WHEN USING


SHIELDED WIRE

If Class A wiring is not used, harness


733-678 remains installed. Leave
Harness 733-678 on all unused loops.

Figure 15. Isolator Wiring

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579-514
Rev. F