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Signature Series Component

Installation Manual

P/N 270497 • Rev 2.0 • 06DEC99

DEVELOPED BY

Edwards Systems Technology 6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243 (941) 739-4300

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Copyright © 1997-99 Edwards Systems Technology

This manual and the products it describes are copyrighted by Edwards Systems Technology (EST). You may not reproduce, translate, transcribe, or transmit any part of this manual without express, written permission from EST.

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CREDTIS

This manual was designed and written by EST Technical Services - Documentation Department, Sarasota.

REVISION INFORMATION

The last revisions to this manual were made 06DEC99.

Content

2-CTM City Tie Module SIGA-270(L) Fire Alarm Station SIGA-270P 2-Stage Fire Alarm Station SIGA-278 Double Action Fire Alarm Station SIGA-AB4 Detector Sounder Base SIGA-CC1 Single Input Signal Module SIGA-CC2 Dual Input Signal Module SIGA-CR Control Relay Module SIGA-CRR Control Relay Reversing Module SIGA-CT1 Single Input Module SIGA-CT2 Dual Input Module SIGA-DG Detector Guard SIGA-DGS Surface Adapter for use with the SIGA-DG Detector Guard SIGA-DH Duct Detector Housing Assembly SIGA-DMP Duct Mounting Plate SIGA-DTS Duct Detector Test Station SIGA-HFS Fixed-Temperature Heat Detector SIGA-HRS Fixed-Temperature/Rate-of-Rise Heat Detector SIGA-HRSI Grade 1 Heat Detector SIGA-IB Detector Base SIGA-IB4 Detector Base SIGA-IM Isolator Module SIGA-IPHS(B) 4D Multisensor Smoke Detector SIGA-IS Ionization Smoke Detector SIGA-LED Remote LED Alarm Indicator SIGA-MAB Class A/B Input/Output Module SIGA-MB4 Transponder Mounting Bracket SIGA-MCC1 Single Input Signal Module SIGA-MCC2 Dual Input Signal Module SIGA-MCR Control Relay (Dry) Module SIGA-MCRR Control Reversing Relay Module SIGA-MCT2 Dual Input Module SIGA-MM1 Monitor Module SIGA-MP1 Mounting Plate SIGA-MP2 Mounting Plate SIGA-MP2L Mounting Plate SIGA-PHS 3D Multisensor Smoke Detector SIGA-PS Photoelectric Smoke Detector SIGA-RB Detector Base SIGA-RB4 Detector Base SIGA-SB Detector Base SIGA-SB4 Detector Base SIGA-TS 4-inch Box Trim Skirt / Ring SIGA-UIO2R Universal Input/Output Motherboard SIGA-UIO6(R) Universal Input/Output Motherboard SIGA-UM Universal Class A/B Module SIGA-WTM Waterflow/Tamper Module SIGI-271 Breakglass Station SIGI-IBS Detector Base

Important Information

Limitation of liability

This product has been designed to meet the requirements of NFPA Standard 72, 1993 Edition; Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., Standard 864, 7th Edition; and Underwriters Laboratories of Canada, Inc., Standard ULC S527 Installation in accordance with this manual, applicable codes, and the instructions of the Authority Having Jurisdiction is mandatory. EST shall not under any circumstances be liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising from loss of property or other damages or losses owing to the failure of EST products beyond the cost of repair or replacement of any defective products. EST reserves the right to make product improvements and change product specifications at any time.

While every precaution has been taken during the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its contents, EST assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions.

FCC warning

This equipment can generate and radiate radio frequency energy. If this equipment is not installed in accordance with this manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. This equipment has been tested and found to comply within the limits for Class A computing devices pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These rules are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment is likely to cause interference, in which case the user at his own expense, will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.

Document History

Signature Series Component Installation Manual P/N 270497 Revision Status

Revision

Date

Reason For Change

1.0

12FEB97

Initial Release

2.0

06DEC99

Add the following installation sheets to the manual; AB4, CRR, MAB, MCR, MCRR, MCC1, MCC2, MCT2, UIO2, and UIO6(R). Remove SIGA-RB Sounder Base.

WIRING Alarm Wiring 24 VDC out to next device (if required) + SINGLE INPUT 24
WIRING
Alarm Wiring
24
VDC out to next device (if required)
+
SINGLE
INPUT
24
VDC
Master Box
+
SIGNAL
from
2-CTM
MODULE
panel
+
+
1
3
+
DATA IN
+
+
Municipal
Circuit
+
Notes
DATA OUT
1
200mA into a 14.5
trip coil
Supervisory Wiring
24
VDC out to next device (if required)
max., loop resistance = 25
.
+
2) Circuit
is
supervised
for
SINGLE
OPENS.
INPUT
24
VDC
Master Box
+
SIGNAL
from
2-CTM
MODULE
panel
3
Circuit
not
supervised
for
OPENS
and
is
not
power
1
3
+
+
+
limited.
+
+
DATA IN
Municipal
Circuit
+
4) The Single Input Signal
Module and the 2-CTM must
be installed in the same room
within three feet of each other.
DATA OUT
10
9
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
21
21
2
1
2
1
PRODUCT INFORMATION

PRODUCT INFORMATION

 

Description The City Tie Module (2-CTM) is designed for use with

Signature controllers. The 2-CTM is an interface between a Single Input Signal Module or a Dual Input Signal Module and

a

Master Box. It provides off premise signal transmission for

systems which must comply with the provisions of the NFPA. The 2-CTM is used to activate a local energy fire alarm box,

which provides a 24 VDC alarm signal which is current limited

at

200 mA.

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

Power

Nominal 24 VDC @ 200mA

Municipal Box Operation

Nominal 24 VDC

Max. Wiring Resistance

25

Trip Current

200mA into 14.5 Coil

Max. Current

300mA

Standby Current

20mA

Mounting

Single Gang Box

2-CTM 1 2 2 1
2-CTM
1
2
2
1

INSTALLATION SHEET:

2-CTM

City Tie Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N:

270496

FILE NAME: 270496.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 1.2

APPROVED BY: SJ

DATE: 08/22/97

CREATED BY: MR

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

 
 

PRODUCT INFORMATION

 

Description

The Fire Alarm Station, 270 Series, is a component of the Signature Series. It is a normally-open, dry contact signal initiating device that requires only one action by the user in order to initiate an alarm. The single input module mounted to the back of the unit supervises the station and sends an alarm signal to the loop controller when the switch is closed (i.e. when the handle is pulled).

Device addressing

One device address is required. The loop controller assigns an address to the station automatically. A custom address can be assigned to the station via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used.

LEDs

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the station, when the unit is removed from the electrical box.

Normal: Green LED flashes Alarm/active: Red LED flashes

 

Mounting

The terminal blocks will accept AWG 12, 14, 16, or 18 wire (2.5, 1.5, 1.0, or 0.75 sq mm ). Sizes 16 and 18 are preferred.

System controller capability

The 270 Series requires the Signature Loop Controller.

Personality code 1: N/O alarm latching

The 270 Series is factory assigned personality code 1 which configures the station for alarm latching operation. When the pull lever is activated, an alarm signal is sent to the Loop Controller and the alarm condition is latched at the fire alarm station.

the alarm condition is latched at the fire alarm station. WARNINGS This device will NOT operate

WARNINGS

This device will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

safeguards with your local fire protection specialist. SPECIFICATIONS Construction: Cast zinc with steel backplate

SPECIFICATIONS

Construction: Cast zinc with steel backplate

Operation mechanism: Single action, pull lever

Operating voltage range: 15.2 - 19.95 Vdc

Standby current: 250

Activated current: 400

Operating temperature range: 32 to 120 °F (0 to 49 °C)

Operating humidity range: 0 - 93 % RH

Replacement glass rods USA, P/N 276-GLR (pkg 20 rods) CAN, P/N 27165 (pkg 12 rods)

Storage temperature range: -4 to 140 °F (-20 to 60 °C)

Compatible electrical boxes North American: 2-1/2 in (64 mm) deep 1-gang box Standard: 4 in square box 1-1/2 in (38 mm) deep with 1-gang cover

Special order surface mount boxes 27193-10: Cream enamel finish 27193-11: Red enamel finish

Shipping weight: 1.2 lbs (0.5 kg)

A

A

PRODUCT DIAGRAM

FIRE FIRE ALARM ALARM PULL PULL IN CASE IN CASE OF OF FIRE FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
ALARM
ALARM
PULL
PULL
IN CASE
IN CASE
OF
OF
FIRE
FIRE

270

LOCAL LOCAL ALARM ALARM PULL PULL IN CASE IN CASE OF OF FIRE FIRE
LOCAL
LOCAL
ALARM
ALARM
PULL
PULL
IN CASE
IN CASE
OF
OF
FIRE
FIRE

270L

INSTALLATION SHEET

SIGA-270 and SIGA-270L Fire Alarm Stations

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387048P

FILE NAME: 387048P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 6.0

APPROVED BY: B. Right

DATE: 02JUN99

CREATED BY: D. Chinell

TM
TM

EDWARDS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243 USA

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, Ontario Canada N4K 5P8

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1) The pull station is shipped from the factory complete with a single
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1)
The pull station is shipped from the factory complete with a single
input module attached. The electronic module contains no user-
serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled.
Cover release
screw
Compatible electrical box
2)
Open the pull-station by using a flat blade screwdriver to twist the
cover release screw counterclockwise while pulling the cover
away from its backplate.
3)
Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground
faults.
4)
Make all wiring connections as shown in the diagram.
Back
plate
5)
Write the address assigned to the pull-station on the label
provided and apply the label to the pull-station. Peel off the
removable serial number label from the pull-station and apply it to
the appropriate location in the Serial Number Logbook.
Toggle
switch
6)
Using the two 6-32 x 5/8 in (16 mm) machine screws provided,
mount the pull-station to the electrical box.
7)
Pull the glass rod release lever and install the glass rod through
the mounting bracket on the front of the pull-station. Set the
toggle switch to the NORMAL position and snap the cover into its
locked position.
Glass rod
release
lever
NORMAL
LIFT
 
 
 

WIRING DIAGRAM

 
 
 
4 3 2 1 TB1
4
3
2
1
TB1

Notes

[1] Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet for wiring specifications.

2

All wiring is power-limited and supervised.

Factory

connections:

do NOT alter

Green LED

(normal)

Red LED

(alarm/active)

 
 

Wire Stripping Guide

 

DATA IN (+)

DATA IN (–)

DATA IN (+) DATA IN (–) DATA OUT (+) DATA OUT (–) To next device

DATA OUT (+)

DATA OUT (–)

To next device

 
1/4 in (~6 mm)

1/4 in (~6 mm)

From Signature controller or previous device

[1]

 

Strip 1/4 in (about 6 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the terminal block of the module.

REAR VIEW of 270 Series

CAUTION: Exposing more wire may cause a ground fault. Exposing less wire may result in a faulty connection.

P/N: 387048P REV: 6.0 PG:2/4

 
 

PRODUCT INFORMATION

 

Description

 

The 2-Stage Fire Alarm Station, 270P, is a component of the Signature Series. The 270P is a normally-open, dry contact, signal

initiating device that requires one action by the user in order to initiate

a

pre-alarm. A keyswitch is used to activate the general alarm upon

verification that evacuation is necessary. (Note: The alarm handle

must be in the

pulled

position in order to insert the key.) The dual

input module mounted to the back of the unit supervises the station. Input 1 is used to send a pre-alarm signal to the loop controller when the switch is closed (i.e. when the handle is pulled). Input 2 of the module is used to send an alarm signal to the loop controller when the keyswitch is activated.

Device addressing

 

Two device addresses are required. The loop controller assigns two addresses to the 270P automatically. Custom addresses can be assigned to the station via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used.

LEDs

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the station, when the unit is removed from the electrical box.

Normal: Green LED flashes Alarm/active: Red LED flashes

Mounting

 

The 270P may be flush mounted in a standard 4 in square box 1-1/2

in

(38 mm) deep with 1-gang cover, or it may be surface mounted

using a special order electrical box. (Refer to the specifications section of this sheet for ordering information.) The terminal block will accept 12, 14, 16, or 18 AWG wire (2.5, 1.5, 1.0, or 0.75 sq mm). Sizes 16 and 18 are preferred.

System controller capability

The 270P requires the Signature Loop Controller.

Personality Code 1: N/O Alarm Latching (Class B)

Inputs 1 and 2 of the 270P are factory assigned personality code 1. When the keyswitch is activated, an alarm signal is sent to the loop controller and the alarm condition is latched at the fire alarm station.

the alarm condition is latched at the fire alarm station. WARNINGS This device will NOT operate

WARNINGS

This device will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

 
 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

Operating voltage range: 15.2 - 19.95 Vdc

Standby current: 396

A

Activated current: 680

A

Operating temperature range: 32 to 120 °F (0 to 49 °C)

Operating humidity range: 0 to 93 % RH

Construction: Cast zinc with steel backplate

Operating mechanism: Single action, pull lever with keyswitch

Shipping Weight: 1.2 lbs (0.5 kg)

Compatible electrical boxes Standard 4 in square box 2-1/8 in (54 mm) deep box with 1-gang cover

Replacement glass rods USA, P/N 270-GLR (pkg 20 rods) CAN, P/N 27165 (pkg 12 rods)

Special order surface mount boxes

27193-11: WHD=3x 4-3/4 x 2-1/2 in (76 x 121 x 64 mm). Red enamel. Combination 1/2 and 3/4 in knockouts top, bottom, rear.

276B-RSB: WHD = 3-1/2 x 5-1/32 x 2-7/16 in (89 x 128 x 62 mm). Red enamel. Combination 1/2 and 3/4 in knockouts top, bottom, rear.

Wiremold C5744: Buff, cream enamel finish. Combination 1/2 and 1 in knockouts top, bottom, rear

PRODUCT DIAGRAM

FIRE FIRE ALARM ALARM PULL PULL IN CASE IN CASE OF OF FIRE FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
ALARM
ALARM
PULL
PULL
IN CASE
IN CASE
OF
OF
FIRE
FIRE

INSTALLATION SHEET

SIGA-270P

2-Stage Fire Alarm Station

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387051P

FILE NAME: 387051P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 5.0

APPROVED BY: B. Right

DATE: 02JUN99

CREATED BY: D. Chinell

TM
TM

EDWARDS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243 USA

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, Ontario Canada N4K 5P8

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1) The 270P is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1)
The 270P is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it
contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be
disassembled.
Compatible
electrical box
Cover release
2)
Open the pull station using a flat blade screwdriver to twist the
cover release screw counter-clockwise, while pulling the cover
away from its backplate.
screw
3)
Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground
faults.
4)
Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram.
Back
plate
5)
Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided
and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial
number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate
location in the Serial Number Logbook.
Toggle
switch
6)
Using the two 6-32 x 5/8 in (16 mm) machine screws provided,
mount the pull-station to the electrical box.
7)
Pull the glass rod release lever and install the glass rod through
the mounting bracket on the front of the pull station. Push the
glass rod release lever into its closed position. Set the toggle
switch to the NORMAL position, and snap the cover into its
locked position.
Glass rod
release
lever
NORMAL
LIFT
 
 
 

WIRING DIAGRAM

 
 
 
4 3 2 1 TB1
4
3
2
1
TB1

Notes

[1] Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet for wiring specifications.

2

All wiring is power-limited and supervised.

Factory

connections:

do NOT alter

Green LED

(normal)

Red LED

(alarm/active)

 
 

Wire Stripping Guide

 

DATA IN (+)

DATA IN (–)

DATA IN (+) DATA IN (–) DATA OUT (+) DATA OUT (–) To next device

DATA OUT (+)

DATA OUT (–)

To next device

 
1/4 in (~6 mm)

1/4 in (~6 mm)

From Signature controller or previous device

[1]

 

Strip 1/4 in (about 6 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the terminal block of the module.

REAR VIEW

CAUTION: Exposing more wire may cause a ground fault. Exposing less wire may result in a faulty connection.

P/N: 387051P REV: 5.0 PG:2/4

SPECIFICATIONS     Temporal     Continuous   Operating Voltage (Note #1) 20 to 24

SPECIFICATIONS

   

Temporal

   

Continuous

 

Operating Voltage (Note #1)

20

to 24 VDC

20

to 24V FWR

20

to 24 VDC

20

to 24V FWR

 

Low

High

Low

High

Low

High

Low

High

Vol.

Vol.

Vol.

Vol.

Vol.

Vol.

Vol.

Vol.

Operating Current (UL 268 Individual alarm)

20mA

44mA

29mA

57mA

20mA

44mA

29mA

57mA

Operating Current (UL 464 Reverse Polarity)

50mA

60mA

55mA

73mA

50mA

60mA

55mA

73mA

Sound Level Output @ 10 ft (3.05 M) Note #2

Low Volume

High Volume

Low Volume

High Volume

Anechoic - Peak @ 24 VDC 99 dBA

99

dBA

104 dBA

 

99

dBA

104 dBA

 

Anechoic - Average @ 24 VDC

94

dBA

98

dBA

94

dBA

98

dBA

Reverberant Room per UL 464 @ 24 VDC

79

dBA

82

dBA

79

dBA

82

dBA

Reverberant Room per UL 464 @ 20 VDC

79

dBA

82

dBA

79

dBA

82

dBA

Reverberant Room per UL 268

85

dBA

85

dBA

85

dBA

85

dBA

Synchronization

Pulses at temporal rate within 200 ms on common circuit (Note #3)

 

Compatible Detectors

Signature Series Detectors

 

Operating Temperature

32°F to 100°F (0°C to 38°C)

 

Operating Humidity

0

to 93% RH

 

Storage Temperature

-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)

 

Construction & Finish

High Impact Engineering Polymer, White

 

Maximum Distance from Ceiling (wall mount)

12

in (305 mm)

 

Compatible Electrical Boxes

North American 4" (101 mm) Square by 2-1/8" (54 mm) deep; mud box (4in x 4in octagonal concrete ring); European 100 mm2

Shipping Weight

1

Lb. (0.45 Kg)

 

NOTES:

1.

The horn must be connected to a continuous voltage when it is set to sound a temporal horn; it may be connected to either a

pulsed or continuous voltage when set to sound a steady tone.

 

2.

For sleeping area installations, the HIGH VOLUME setting must be used.

 

3.

The temporal pattern for the horn is : 1/2s ON, 1/2s OFF, 1/2s ON, 1/2s OFF, 1/2s ON, 1-1/2s OFF, repeat cycle.

 

4.

The base will accept #12 AWG (2.5 mm2 ), #14 (1.5 mm2 ), #16 (1.0 mm2 ), and #18 (0.75 mm2 ) wire. Size #16 and #18

are preferred.

5.

Break wire run at each terminal. Do not loop wires around terminals.

 

6.

Rated 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C) when used with model SIGA-PS or SIGA-IS.

 

7.

At power up, units may sound for 10 seconds. Do NOT connect 24 VDC until mapping is complete.

 
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SIGA-AB4 North American 4" (101 mm) Square 2-1/8" (54 mm) Deep Box, mud box (concrete
SIGA-AB4
North American 4" (101 mm) Square 2-1/8" (54 mm) Deep Box,
mud box (concrete ring); European 100 mm .
2
2.13/16 in
(71 mm)
6 13/16 in (173 mm)

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-AB4 Audible Detector Base

DRAWING PART NO.: 270754P

FILE NAME: 270754.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 1.1

APPROVED BY: RR

DATE: 08/12/97

2

CREATED BY: R W

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

WIRING Base Wiring and Jumper Settings JW1 JW2 OUT = Low Volume IN = High
WIRING
Base Wiring and Jumper Settings
JW1
JW2
OUT = Low Volume
IN = High Volume
OUT = Steady Tone
IN = Temporal Tone
JW1
JW2
From Power Supply
or Previous Sounder Base
24
VDC IN (+)
To Next Sounder Base or
EOL Relay
24 VDC OUT (+)
24
VDC IN (-)
24 VDC OUT (-)
DATA OUT (-)
DATA IN (-)
DATA IN (+)
From Signature Controller
or Previous Device
DATA OUT (+)
To Next Signature Device
Head Operates Its Sounder
(complies with UL 268)
SIGA-CRR Activates ALL Sounders,
Head Operates Its Sounder
(complies with UL 268 & UL 464)
6254A-003
Audible Bases
EOL Relay
6254A-003
1
1
Audible Bases
EOL Relay
Listed 24 VDC
Power Supply
Listed 24 VDC
Power Supply
Signature
Optional SIGA-CR
for disabling/disconnecting
sounder base
Signature
Controller
Controller
Optional SIGA-CR
for disabling/disconnecting
sounder base
SIG -
SIG +
DATA (-) OUT
DATA (-) IN
DATA (+) IN/OUT
NOTES

NOTES

1
1

All wiring supervised and power limited.

2 Sounder operates when detector operates (UL268).

3 Sounder operates when polarity of power supply is reversed, i.e. SIGA-CRR module activated (UL464).

4 Optional SIGA-CR module used to silence sounders.

5 End-Of-Line relay must monitor and report power supply trouble to control panel.

6 Class B data wiring may be "T-tapped."

7 Polarity of power supply circuit shown in supervisory state.

PRODUCT INFORMATION Status LED Indicator Normal Green LED flashes. Alarm/Active Red LED flashes. 22

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Status

LED Indicator

Normal

Green LED flashes.

Alarm/Active

Red LED flashes.

22

2

DESCRIPTION The Single Input Signal Module, Model SIGA-CC1, is a component of the Signature Series System. The SIGA-CC1 is an analog addressable device used to connect a supervised output circuit to the riser bus. The SIGA-CC1 does NOT provide supervision of the riser; the fire alarm panel must provide this function. Upon command from the loop controller, the SIGA-CC1 connects the output circuit to the riser input which may be 24 VDC to operate polarized audible and visual signals, 25V or 70V to operate audio evacuation circuits, or telephone audio. One (1) device address is required.

The actual function performed by the SIGA-CC1 is determined by the personality code that is downloaded to the module by the Signature Loop Controller during system configuration. The loop controller assigns an address to the SIGA-CC1 automatically or a custom address can be assigned to the module via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used.

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the module when the cover plate is removed.

The SIGA-CC1 can be mounted in a NorthAmerican 2-1/2" (64 mm) deep 2-gang box, standard 4" square 1-1/2" (38 mm) deep box, or European 100 mm square box. The terminal blocks will accept #14, 16 or 18 AWG wire (1.5 mm , 1.0 mm , 0.75 mm ). Sizes #16 and #18 are preferred.

SYSTEM CONTROLLER COMPATIBILITY The SIGA-CC1 requires the Signature Loop Controller. The loop controller downloads the personality code which determines how the module will operate. The following personality codes may be downloaded to the SIGA-CC1:

Personality Code 5: Riser Selector (Single Input) The SIGA-CC1 is factory assigned personality code 5. Personality code 5 configures the SIGA-CC1 as a Signal Power (24VDC) or Audio Evacuation (25 or 70 V) Riser Selector. Since the SIGA-CC1 is NOT being used for telephone audio under this personality code, the ring-tone generator is DISABLED. The output circuit is monitored for open or shorted wiring. If a short exists, the control panel inhibits the activation of the audible/visual signal circuit, so the riser is not connected to the wiring fault.

Personality Code 6: Riser Selector (Single Input), Ring-Tone Personality code 6 configures the SIGA-CC1 as a Telephone Riser Selector. When a telephone handset is plugged into its jack or lifted from its hook, the SIGA-CC1 will generate its own ring-tone signal (a separate ring-tone riser is NOT needed). The module sends this signal to the control panel to indicate that an off-hook condition is present, and waits for the system operator to respond to the call. When the system operator responds, the ring-tone signal is DISABLED.

IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION This module requires transient protection for installations in which

IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION

IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION This module requires transient protection for installations in which
IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION This module requires transient protection for installations in which
IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION This module requires transient protection for installations in which

This module requires transient protection for installations in which electromechanical bells or horns are connected to the output circuits.

A Bi-Polar Transient Protector (P/N 235196P) MUST be used to protect the module's electronic circuitry from the effects of electronic transients caused by the inductive load of bells or horns.

The bi-polar transient protector assembly should be connected across the terminals of the bell or horn located electrically closest to the module. The bi-polar transient protector is not polarity sensitive.

Bells and horns MUST be located a minimum of 6 ft. (1.83 m) from the module.

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Voltage Range Standby Current Activated Current Output Ratings:

15.2

- 19.95 Vdc

223

A

100

A

2A

 

24V DC 25V Audio 70V Audio

50W

35W

EOL Resistor Value (EOLR) Max. Circuit Resistance Max. Circuit Capacitance Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range Storage Temperature Range Construction

47K

, UL/ULC Listed

Refer to Manual

0.1

32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C) 0 to 93% RH -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) High Impact Polymer 7.7 oz (218 g)

F

Shipping Weight Compatible Electrical Boxes

North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) Deep 2-Gang Box Standard 4” Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep Box European 100 mm Square Box Comments:

1)

Power limited when connected to a power-limited power supply. Power limited when connected to a power-limited audio amplifier. Non-power limited when connected to a non-power limited source.

2)

3)

Power limited mark must be covered up.

 
WARNINGS

WARNINGS

1)

This module will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

2)

This module does NOT support conventional smoke detectors.

Single Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC1
Single Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC1

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-CC1

Single Input Signal Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387022P

FILE NAME: 387022P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 6.0

APPROVED BY: LM

DATE: 07/06/98

CREATED BY: MR

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243 USA

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, Ontario Canada N4K 5P8

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1) The SIGA-CC1 is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1)
The SIGA-CC1 is shipped from the factory as an assembled
unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be
disassembled.
2)
Refer
to
Technical
Bulletin
(P/N
270145)
for
installation
3)
4)
5)
6)
guidelines.
Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground
faults.
Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram.
Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided
and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial
number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate
location in the Serial Number Logbook.
Using the two 6-32 x 3/8" (9.5 mm) machine screws provided,
mount the module to the electrical box.
7)
Using the four 4-24 x 5/16" (7.9 mm) self-tapping screws provided,
mount the wall plate to the module.
NOTE:
1)
Wire in accordance with NFPA70-1996, National Electrical Code
Article 760, Section 760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3.
Wire Stripping Guide
Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends of
ALLwires that connect to
the terminal block of the module.
CAUTION:
Exposing more than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may cause a ground fault.
Exposing less than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may result in a faulty
connection.
Single Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC1 (Personality Code 5 or 6) For maximum wire resistance, refer
Single Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC1 (Personality Code 5 or 6)
For maximum wire resistance, refer to the appropriate
1
technical reference manual.
2
2
2
Max. #14AWG (1.5 mm ) wire; Min. #18 (0.75 mm )
Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet for
3
wiring specifications.
Power-limited and supervised.
4
Supervised and power limited when connected to power
5
limited source. If non-power limited, then all power
limited wiring in box must use FPL, FPLR, or FPLP cable
or equivalent per NEC. Power limited marking must be
eliminated.
6)
This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
7)
Polarity at terminals 9 & 10 on Notification Appliance,
Telephone, and Speaker Circuits shown in Supervisory
condition. Connect as shown in diagram. (Polarity
reverses on alarm.)
5
5
4
required. DESCRIPTION PRODUCT INFORMATION Dual Input Signal Module, Model SIGA-CC2, is a component of the

required.

DESCRIPTION

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Dual Input Signal Module, Model SIGA-CC2, is a component of the

to connect up to two supervised output circuits (riser 1 and riser 2). The

actual function performed by the SIGA-CC2 is determined by the

Status

LED Indicator

Normal

Green LED flashes.

Alarm/Active

Red LED flashes.

2

, 1.0 mm , 0.75 mm

2 ). Sizes #16 and #18 are preferred.

Each output circuit is

If a short exists, the control panel

Signature Series System. The SIGA-CC2 is an analog addressable device

SIGA-CC2 does NOT provide supervision of the riser; the fire alarm panel must provide this function. Upon command from the loop controller, the

SIGA-CC2 connects the output circuit to either the riser 1 or riser 2 bus; which may be 24 VDC to operate polarized audible and visual signals or 25V or 70V to operate audio evacuation circuits. Two (2) device addresses are

personality code that is downloaded to the module by the Signature Loop Controller during system configuration. The loop controller assigns two addresses to the SIGA-CC2 automatically or custom addresses can be assigned to the module via laptop computer; no addressing switches are

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the module when the cover plate is removed.

SIGA-CC2 can be mounted in a NorthAmerican 2-1/2" (64 mm) deep 2-

gang box, standard 4" square 1-1/2" (38 mm) deep box, or European 100

square box. The terminal blocks will accept #14, 16 or 18AWG wire (1.5

SYSTEM CONTROLLER COMPATIBILITY

SIGA-CC2 requires the Signature Loop Controller. The loop controller

downloads the personality code which determines how the module will operate. The following personality code may be downloaded to the SIGA-

Personality Code 7: Riser Selector (Dual Input)

SIGA-CC2 is factory assigned personality code 7. Personality code 7

configures the SIGA-CC2 as a one of two output Signal Power (24V DC) or

Audio Evacuation (25 or 70V) Riser Selector.

monitored for open or shorted wiring.

inhibits the activation of the audible/visual signal circuit, so the riser is not connected to the wiring fault.

This The Bells IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION module requires transient protection for installations

This

The

Bells

IMPORTANT NOTE: TRANSIENT PROTECTION

module requires transient protection for installations in which bi-polar transient protector assembly should be connected
module requires transient protection for installations in which bi-polar transient protector assembly should be connected
module requires transient protection for installations in which bi-polar transient protector assembly should be connected

module

requires

transient

protection

for

installations

in

which

bi-polar transient protector assembly should be connected across the

and horns MUST be located a minimum distance of 6 ft. (1.83 m) from

electromechnanical bells or horns are connected to the output circuits.

A Bi-Polar Transient Protector (P/N 235196P) MUST be used to protect the module's electronic circuitry from the effects of electronic transients caused by the inductive load of bells or horns.

terminals of the bell or horn located electrically closest to the module. The

bi-polar transient protector is not polarity sensitive.

the module.

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Voltage Range Standby Current Activated Current Output Ratings:

24V DC 25V Audio 70V Audio EOL Resistor Value (EOLR) Max. Circuit Resistance Max. Circuit Capacitance Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range Storage Temperature Range Construction Shipping Weight

15.2

- 19.95 Vdc

223

A

100

A

2A

50W

35W

47K

, UL/ULC Listed

Refer to Manual

0.1

32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C) 0 to 93% RH -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) High Impact Polymer 7.7 oz (218 g)

F

Compatible Electrical Boxes North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) Deep 2-Gang Box Standard 4" Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep Box European 100 mm Square Box

 
 

WARNINGS

 

1)

This module will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

2)

This module does NOT support conventional smoke detectors.

Dual Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC2
Dual Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC2

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-CC2

Dual Input Signal Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387040P

FILE NAME: 387040P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 6.0

APPROVED BY: LM

DATE: 07/06/98

CREATED BY: MR

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) NOTE: 1) to Technical Bulletin (P/N 270145) for

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

6)

7)

NOTE:

1)

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) NOTE: 1) to Technical Bulletin (P/N 270145) for installation

to

Technical

Bulletin

(P/N

270145)

for

installation

The SIGA-CC2 is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled.

no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all
no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Refer guidelines. Verify that all

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Refer

guidelines.

Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground faults. Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram. Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate location in the Serial Number Logbook. Using the two 6-32 x 3/8" (9.5 mm) machine screws provided, mount the module to the electrical box. Using the four 4-24 x 5/16" (7.9 mm) self-tapping screws provided, mount the wall plate to the module.

Wire in accordance with NFPA70-1996, National Electrical Code Article 760, Section 760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3.

Wire Stripping Guide

760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3. Wire Stripping Guide Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends
760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3. Wire Stripping Guide Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends
760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3. Wire Stripping Guide Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends
760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3. Wire Stripping Guide Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends
760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3. Wire Stripping Guide Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends

Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the terminal block of the module. CAUTION:

Exposing more than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may cause a ground fault. Exposing less than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may result in a faulty connection.

6 7 Dual Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC2 (Personality Code 7) For maximum wire resistance, refer

6

7

Dual Input Signal Module, SIGA-CC2 (Personality Code 7)

For maximum wire resistance, refer to the appropriate technical reference manual.

Max. #14 AWG (1.5 mm ) wire; Min. #18 (0.75 mm ).

Controller

Installation Sheet for wiring specifications.

Power-limited and supervised.

Supervised and power limited when connected to power limited source. If non-power limited, then all power limited wiring in box must use FPL, FPLR, or FPLP cable or equivalent per NEC. Power limited marking must be eliminated.

Refer

2

2

to

Signature

Loop

This module will not support 2-wire smoke detectors.

Polarity at terminals 9 and 10 on Notification Appliance, Telephone, and Speaker Circuits shown in Supervisory condition. Connect as shown in diagram (polarity reverses on alarm).

5

5 5
5
5

4

PRODUCT INFORMATION Status LED Indicator Normal Green LED flashes. Alarm/Active Red LED flashes. 2

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Status

LED Indicator

Normal

Green LED flashes.

Alarm/Active

Red LED flashes.

2

2 ). Sizes #16 and #18 are preferred.

2

DESCRIPTION The Control Relay Module, Model SIGA-CR, is a component of the Signature Series System. The SIGA-CR is an addressable device used to provide one Form "C" dry relay contact to control external appliances (door closers, fans, dampers, etc.) or equipment shutdown. The system firmware ensures that the relay is in the proper ON/OFF state. Upon command from the loop controller, the SIGA-CR relay energizes. TB2-6 and TB2-7 provide a normally-closed relay connection; TB2-7 and TB2-8 provide a normally- open relay connection. One (1) device address is required.

The loop controller assigns an address to the SIGA-CR automatically or a custom address can be assigned to the module via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used.

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the module, when the cover plate is removed.

The SIGA-CR can be mounted in a North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) deep 1-gang box, or standard 4" square 1-1/2" (38 mm) deep box with 1-gang

cover. The terminal blocks will accept #14, 16 or 18 AWG wire (1.5 mm ,

1.0 mm , 0.75 mm

SYSTEM CONTROLLER COMPATIBILITY The SIGA-CR requires the Signature Loop Controller.

Personality Code 8: Dry Contact Output The SIGA-CR is factory assigned personality code 8 which configures the SIGA-CR as an output dry relay contact.

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Voltage Range Standby Current Activated Current Contact Ratings (Pilot Duty):

24V DC 120 AC Relay Type Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range Storage Temperature Range Construction

Shipping Weight

15.2 - 19.95 Vdc

100

A

100

A

2A

0.5A

 

Form "C" 32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C) 0 to 93% RH -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) High Impact Engineering Polymer 5.1 oz (145 g)

Compatible Electrical Boxes North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) Deep 1-Gang Box Standard 4" Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep Box with 1-Gang Cover

 
 

WARNINGS

 

1)

This module will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

2)

Dangerouos voltages may be present at terminals even when power is shut off!!

Control Relay Module, SIGA-CR
Control Relay Module, SIGA-CR

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-CR Control Relay Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387023P

FILE NAME: 387023P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 6.0

APPROVED BY: LM

DATE: 07/06/98

CREATED BY: MR

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1) The SIGA-CR is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1)
The SIGA-CR is shipped from the factory as an assembled
unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT
be disassembled.
2)
Refer
to
Technical
Bulletin
(P/N
270145)
for
installation
guidelines.
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground
faults.
Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram.
Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided
and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial
number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate
location in the Serial Number Logbook.
Using the two 6-32 x 3/8" (9.5 mm) machine screws provided,
mount the module to the electrical box.
Using the four 4-24 x 5/16" (7.9 mm) self-tapping screws
provided, mount the wall plate to the module.
NOTE:
1)
If a 2" (51 mm) 1-gang box is used, conduit can enter the electrical
box through ONLY ONE knock out hole.
2)
If a 2-1/2" (64
mm) 1-gang box is used, conduit can enter the
3)
electrical box through ONE or BOTH knock-out holes.
Wire in accordance with NFPA70-1996, National Electrical Code
Article 760, Section 760-54(a)(1), Exceptions No. 2 and 3.
Wire Stripping Guide
Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the
terminal block of the module.
CAUTION:
Exposing more than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may cause a ground fault.
Exposing less than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may result in a faulty
connection.
Control Relay Module, SIGA-CR (Personality Code 8) 1 Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet
Control Relay Module, SIGA-CR (Personality Code 8)
1
Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet for wiring
specifications.
2
SIGA-CR must be installed within the same room as the device it
is controlling.
2
3)
Maximum
#14 AWG
(1.5mm
)
wire;
Minimum
#18AWG
2
(0.75mm ).
4
Power limited and supervised.
5
Supervised and power limited when connected to power limited
source. If non-power limited, then all power limited wiring in box
must use FPL, FPLR, or FPLP cable or equivalent per NEC.
Power limited marking must eliminated.
5
4
The mm 2 The PRODUCT INFORMATION Status LED Indicator Normal Green LED flashes. Alarm/Active Red

The

mm

2

The

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Status

LED Indicator

Normal

Green LED flashes.

Alarm/Active

Red LED flashes.

SIGA-CRR can be mounted in a North American 2-1/2" (64

).

2 2

SIGA-CRR is factory assigned personality code 8 which

DESCRIPTION The Polarity Reversal Relay Module, Model SIGA-CRR, is a component of the Signature Series System. The SIGA-CRR is an addressable device used to power and activate the audible sounder in SIGA-AB4 Audible Bases. The module can support a 2 amp load of Audible Bases. The system firmware ensures that the relay is in the proper state when powered up. Upon command from the loop controller, the SIGA-CRR relay energizes, reversing the polarity of its 24 VDC output. One (1) device address is required for the Polarity Reversal Relay Module. The loop controller assigns an address to the SIGA-CRR automatically or a custom address can be assigned to the module via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used. Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the module.

mm) deep 1-gang box, or standard 4" square 1-1/2" (38 mm) deep box with 1-gang cover. The module can also be mounted in the fire alarm enclosure using the SIGA-MP2 Mounting Plate. The terminal

blocks will accept #14, 16, or 18AWG wire (1.5 mm , 1.0 mm , 0.75

SYSTEM CONTROLLER COMPATIBILITY The SIGA-CRR requires a Signature Loop Controller to operate.

Personality Code 8: Dry Contact Output

configures the SIGA-CRR as a constant power polarity reversing device.

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Voltage Range Standby Current Activated Current Contact Ratings (Pilot Duty):

24V DC Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range Storage Temperature Range Construction

Shipping Weight

15.2 - 19.95 Vdc

100

A

100

A

2A

32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C) 0 to 93% RH -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C) High Impact Engineering Polymer 5.1 oz (145 g)

Compatible Electrical Boxes North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) Deep 1-Gang Box Standard 4" Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep w/1-Gang Cover

4" Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep w/1-Gang Cover WARNINGS 1) This module will NOT operate

WARNINGS

1) This module will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

SIGA-CRR
SIGA-CRR

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-CRR Polarity Reversal Relay Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387336P

FILE NAME: 387336P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 1.0

APPROVED BY: RR

DATE: 09/12/97

CREATED BY: R W

2

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS The SIGA-CRR is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it contains

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

The SIGA-CRR is shipped from the factory as an assembled

unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled. 2) Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground faults.

Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram. Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate location in the Serial Number Logbook.

5) Using the two 6-32 x 1/2" (13 mm) machine screws provided, mount the module to the electrical box. 6) Using the 4-24 x 5/16" (8 mm) self-tapping screw provided, mount the wall plate to the module. 7) The module can be mounted in the fire alarm enclosure using the SIGA-MP2 Mounting Plate. NOTES:

If a 2" (51 mm) 1-gang box is used, conduit can enter the

electrical box through ONLY ONE knock-out. 2) If a 2-1/2" (64 mm) 1-gang box is used, conduit can enter the electrical box throuogh ONE or BOTH knock-outs.

Wire in accordance with NFPA70-1996, National Electrical code Article 760, Section 760-54(a)(1), Exception No. 2 and 3.

Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the terminal block of the module. CAUTION:

Exposing more than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may cause a ground fault. Exposing less than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may result in a faulty connection.

 

Wire Stripping Guide

Wire Stripping Guide Compatible Electrical Box SIGA-MP2 Wall Plate, White

Compatible Electrical Box

Wire Stripping Guide Compatible Electrical Box SIGA-MP2 Wall Plate, White
SIGA-MP2
SIGA-MP2
Wire Stripping Guide Compatible Electrical Box SIGA-MP2 Wall Plate, White
Wire Stripping Guide Compatible Electrical Box SIGA-MP2 Wall Plate, White
Wire Stripping Guide Compatible Electrical Box SIGA-MP2 Wall Plate, White

Wall Plate, White

Wire Stripping Guide Compatible Electrical Box SIGA-MP2 Wall Plate, White
SIGA-CRR, Personality Code 8 Schematic Head Operates its Sounder 6254A-003 Audible Bases EOL Relay 1
SIGA-CRR, Personality Code 8
Schematic
Head Operates its Sounder
6254A-003
Audible Bases
EOL Relay
1
Listed 24 VDC
Power Supply
Signature
Optional SIGA-CR
for disabling/disconnecting
sounder base
Controller
SIGA-CRR Activates ALL Sounders,
Head Operates its Sounder
6254A-003
1
Audible Bases
EOL Relay
Listed 24 VDC
Power Supply
Signature
Controller
Optional SIGA-CR
for disabling/disconnecting
sounder base
Notes
1
All wiring is power-limited and supervised.
CT1: PRODUCT INFORMATION Status LED Indicator Normal Green LED flashes. Alarm/Active Red LED flashes.

CT1:

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Status

LED Indicator

Normal

Green LED flashes.

Alarm/Active

Red LED flashes.

2

2 2

personality code 1 except that

Personality code 2 is only for use with non-

IMPORTANT NOTE:

TRANSIENT PROTECTION

DESCRIPTION The Single Input Module, Model SIGA-CT1, is a component of the Signature Series System. The SIGA-CT1 is an analog addressable device used to connect a Class B normally-open Alarm, Supervisory, or Monitor type dry contact Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) to a Signature Loop Controller. One (1) device address is required.

The SIGA-CT1 may be used for Alarm, Supervisory, or Monitor type applications as determined by the personality code that is downloaded to the module by the loop controller during system configuration. The loop controller assigns an address to the SIGA-CT1 automatically, or a custom address can be assigned to the module via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used.

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the module, when the cover plate is removed.

The SIGA-CT1 can be mounted in a North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) deep 1- gang box, or standard 4" square box 1-1/2" (38 mm) deep with 1-gang cover. The terminal blocks will accept #14, 16, or 18 AWG wire (1.5 mm , 1.0 mm , 0.75 mm ). Sizes #16 and #18 are preferred.

SYSTEM CONTROLLER COMPATIBILITY The SIGA-CT1 requires the Signature Loop Controller. The loop controller downloads the personality code which determines how the module will operate. The following personality codes may be downloaded to the SIGA-

Personality Code 1: N/OAlarm Latching (Class B) The SIGA-CT1 is factory assigned personality code 1. Personality code 1 configures the SIGA-CT1 for Class B normally-open dry contact initiating devices (e.g., pull-stations, heat detectors, etc.). When the N/O input contact of an initiating device is closed, an alarm signal is sent to the loop controller and the alarm condition is latched at the module.

Personality Code 2: N/OAlarm Delayed Latching (Class B)

Personality code 2 operates the same as

contact closure must be maintained for approximately 16 seconds before an

Alarm status is generated.

retarded waterflow alarm switches.

Personality Code 3: N/OActive - Non-latching (Class B) Acontact closure causes an active instead of an alarm status and does NOT latch at the module. Personality code 3 is typically used for monitoring fans, dampers, doors, etc.

Personality Code 4: N/OActive Latching (Class B) A contact closure causes an active instead of an alarm status, which is latched at the module. Personality code 4 is typically used for monitoring supervisory and tamper switches.

SPECIFICATIONS 15.2 to 19.95 Vdc 250 A A 400 32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)

SPECIFICATIONS

15.2

to 19.95 Vdc

250

A A

400

32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C) 0 to 93% RH -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) High Impact Engineering Polymer 5.1 oz (145 g)

EOL Resistor Value (EOLR)

47K

, UL Listed

Max. Circuit Resistance

50

(25

per wire)

Max. Circuit Capacitiance

0.1

F

Wire Size

Max. Distance to EOLR

#18 AWG (0.75 mm

2

 

)

3,930' (1,198m)

#16 AWG (1.0 mm

2

)

6,225' (1,897m)

#14 AWG (1.5 mm

2

)

9,900' (3,018m)

Operating Voltage Range Standby Current Activated Current Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range Storage Temperature Range Construction

Shipping Weight

Compatible Electrical Boxes North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) Deep 1-Gang Box Standard 4" Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep Box w/1-Gang Cover Initiating Device Circuit (IDC):

 
 

WARNINGS

 

1)

This module will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

2)

This module does NOT support conventional smoke detectors.

Single Input Module, SIGA-CT1
Single Input Module, SIGA-CT1

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-CT1

Single Input Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387021P

FILE NAME: 387021P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 6.0

APPROVED BY: RR

DATE: 04/20/98

CREATED BY: MR

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1) The SIGA-CT1 is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1)
The SIGA-CT1 is shipped from the factory as an assembled
unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT
be disassembled.
2)
Refer
to
Technical
Bulletin
(P/N
270145)
for
installation
guidelines.
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground
faults.
Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram.
Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided
and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial
number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate
location in the Serial Number Logbook.
Using the two 6-32 x 1/2" (13 mm) machine screws provided,
mount the module to the electrical box.
Using the four 4-24 x 5/16" (8 mm) self-tapping screws provided,
mount the wall plate to the module.
NOTES:
1)
If
a
2" (51
mm) 1-gang
box is used, conduit can enter the
2)
electrical box through ONLY ONE knock-out hole.
If a 2-1/2" (64 mm) 1-gang box is used, conduit can enter the
electrical box through ONE or BOTH knock-out holes.
Wire Stripping Guide
Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the
terminal block of the module.
CAUTION:
Exposing more than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may cause a ground fault.
Exposing less than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may result in a faulty
connection.
Single Input Module (Personality Codes 1, 2, 3, and 4)
Single Input Module (Personality Codes 1, 2, 3, and 4)
 
 
 

NOTES

 

Maximum 25

resistance per wire.

 

Max. #14AWG (1.5 mm ) wire; Min. #18 (0.75 mm ).

2

2

Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet for wiring specifications.

Maximum 10 VDC @ 350 A.

 

5)

All wiring is power-limited and supervised.

6)

This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.

CT2: PRODUCT INFORMATION Status LED Indicator Normal Green LED flashes. Alarm/Active Red LED flashes.

CT2:

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Status

LED Indicator

Normal

Green LED flashes.

Alarm/Active

Red LED flashes.

2

2 2

personality code 1 except that

Personality code 2 is only for use with non-

DESCRIPTION The Dual Input Module, model SIGA-CT2, is a component of the Signature Series System. The SIGA-CT2 is an analog addressable device used to connect up to two Class B normally-open Alarm, Supervisory, or Monitor type dry contact Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) to a Signature Loop Controller. Two (2) device addresses are required.

The SIGA-CT2 may be used for Alarm, Supervisory, or Monitor type applications as determined by the personality code that is downloaded to the module by the loop controller during system configuration. The loop controller assigns an address to the SIGA-CT2 automatically, or custom addresses can be assigned to the module via laptop computer; no addressing switches are used.

Diagnostic LEDs provide visible indication of the status of the module, when the cover plate is removed.

The SIGA-CT2 can be mounted in a North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) deep 1- gang box, or standard 4" square box 1-1/2" (38 mm) deep with 1-gang cover. The terminal blocks will accept #14, 16, or 18 AWG wire (1.5 mm , 1.0 mm , 0.75 mm ). Sizes #16 and #18 are preferred.

SYSTEM CONTROLLER COMPATIBILITY The SIGA-CT2 requires the Signature Loop Controller. The loop controller downloads the personality code which determines how the module will operate. The following personality codes may be downloaded to the SIGA-

Personality Code 1: N/OAlarm Latching (Class B) The SIGA-CT2 is factory assigned personality code 1 to input channels 1 and 2. Personality code 1 configures the SIGA-CT2 for Class B normally- open dry contact initiating devices (e.g., pull-stations, heat detectors, etc.). When the N/O input contact of an initiating device is closed, an alarm signal is sent to the loop controller and the alarm condition is latched at the module.

Personality Code 2: N/OAlarm Delayed Latching (Class B)

Personality code 2 operates the same as

contact closure must be maintained for approximately 16 seconds before an

Alarm status is generated.

retarded waterflow alarm switches.

Personality Code 3: N/OActive - Non-Latching (Class B) Acontact closure causes an active instead of an alarm status and does NOT latch at the module. Personality code 3 is typically used for monitoring fans, dampers, doors, etc.

Personality Code 4: N/OActive Latching (Class B) A contact closure causes an active instead of an alarm status, which is latched at the module. Personality code 4 is typically used for monitoring supervisory and tamper switches.

SPECIFICATIONS 15.2 - 19.95 Vdc 396 A 680 A 32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)

SPECIFICATIONS

15.2

- 19.95 Vdc

396

A

680

A

32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C) 0 to 93% RH -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) High Impact Engineering Polymer 5.1 oz (145 g)

EOL Resistor Value (EOLR)

47K

, UL Listed

Max. Circuit Resistance

50

(25

per wire)

(per channel) Max. Circuit Capacitiance (per channel)

0.1

F

Wire Size

Max. Distance to EOLR

#18 AWG (0.75 mm

2

 

)

3,930' (1,198m)

#16 AWG (1.0 mm

2

)

6,225' (1,897m)

#14 AWG (1.5 mm

2

)

9,900' (3,018m)

Operating Voltage Range Standby Current Activated Current Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range Storage Temperature Range Construction

Shipping Weight

Compatible Electrical Boxes North American 2-1/2" (64 mm) Deep 1-Gang Box Standard 4" Square Box 1-1/2" (38 mm) Deep Box w/1-Gang Cover Initiating Device Circuit (IDC):

 
 

WARNINGS

 

1)

This module will NOT operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your local fire protection specialist.

2)

This module does NOT support conventional smoke detectors.

Dual Input Module, SIGA-CT2
Dual Input Module, SIGA-CT2

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-CT2

Dual Input Module

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387037P

FILE NAME: 387037P.CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 6.0

APPROVED BY: RR

DATE: 04/20/98

CREATED BY: MR

A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION
A UNIT OF GENERAL SIGNAL
GS BUILDING SYSTEMS
CORPORATION

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS CORPORATION

6411 Parkland Drive Sarasota, FL 34243

625 6th Street East Owen Sound, ON, Canada

  INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
 

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

1)

The SIGA-CT2 is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should NOT be disassembled.

is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should
is shipped from the factory as an assembled unit; it contains no user-serviceable parts and should

2)

Refer

to

Technical

Bulletin

(P/N

270145)

for

installation

guidelines.

 

3)

Verify that all field wiring is free of opens, shorts, and ground faults. Make all wiring connections as shown in the wiring diagram. Write the address assigned to the module on the label provided and apply the label to the module. Peel off the removable serial number label from the module and apply it to the appropriate location in the Serial Number Logbook. Using the two 6-32 x 1/2" (13 mm) machine screws provided, mount the module to the electrical box.

4)

5)

6)

7)

Using the four 4-24 x 5/16" (8 mm) self-tapping screws provided, mount the wall plate to the module.

NOTES:

 

1)

If

a

2" (51

mm) 1-gang

box is used, conduit can enter the

2)

electrical box through ONLY ONE knock-out hole. If a 2-1/2" (64 mm) 1-gang box is used, conduit can enter the electrical box through ONE or BOTH knock-out holes. Wire in accordance with NFPA70-1996, National Electrical Code Article 760, Section 760-54(a)(1), Exception No. 2 and 3.

3)

 

Wire Stripping Guide

 
 
   
 

Strip 1/4" (6.4 mm) from the ends of ALL wires that connect to the terminal block of the module. CAUTION:

 

Exposing more than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may cause a ground fault. Exposing less than 1/4" (6.4 mm) of wire may result in a faulty connection.

 
 
 

Single Input Module (Personality Codes 1, 2, 3, and 4)

Maximum 25

resistance per wire.

 

Max. #14AWG (1.5 mm ) wire; Min. #18 (0.75 mm ).

2

2

 

Refer to Signature Loop Controller Installation Sheet for wiring specifications.

Maximum 10 VDC @ 350 A.

 

5)

All wiring is power-limited and supervised.

 
5) All wiring is power-limited and supervised.  
5) All wiring is power-limited and supervised.  

6)

This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.

This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
6) This module will NOT support 2-wire smoke detectors.
PRODUCT INFORMATION The model SIGA-DG Detector Guard is designed to prevent mechanical damage to Signature

PRODUCT INFORMATION

The model SIGA-DG Detector Guard is designed to prevent mechanical damage to Signature Series smoke detectors. Use of the guard does not affect detector performance, and requires no detector sensitivity increase. The guard is finished in white enamel, and secured with tamper-proof fasteners.

in white enamel, and secured with tamper-proof fasteners. INSTALLATION 1. Fasten the detector base (B) to

INSTALLATION

1. Fasten the detector base (B) to the SIGA-DG mounting flange (A) using the two #8-32 machine screws provided.

2. Install the mounting flange and detector base (A & B) over the electrical box, using appropriate fasteners Mounting holes provide clearance for a #10 screw. Route the base wiring through the hole in the detector base.

3. Wire the base in accordance with the instructions provided with the base, then install the detector (C).

4. Secure the SIGA-DG guard cage (D) to the mounting flange using the four tamper-proof screws provided, and tighten securely.

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

Construction

16 gauge steel

 

Finished Dimensions

6.5" diameter x 3.25" height (16.5cm x 8.26cm)

Compatible Devices

Detectors

SIGA-IPHS

XLS-IPHS

SIGA-PS

XLS-PS

GSA-PS

Bases

SIGA-IB

GSA-IB

SIGA-RB

GSA-RB

SIGA-SB

GSA-SB

Spacing

Listed detector spacing is not affected by the guard

 

Finish

White enamel

not affected by the guard   Finish White enamel INSTALLATION SHEET: SIGA-DG Detector Guard
not affected by the guard   Finish White enamel INSTALLATION SHEET: SIGA-DG Detector Guard

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-DG Detector Guard

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387317P

FILE NAME: 387317(R1.0).CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 1.0

APPROVED BY: RR

DATE: 04/11/97

2

CREATED BY: R W

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS, CORP.

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS, CORP.

SARASOTA, FL. 941-739-4300 Fax: 941-753-1806 CHESHIRE, CT. 203-699-3000 Fax: 203-699-3075

941-753-1806 CHESHIRE, CT. 203-699-3000 Fax: 203-699-3075 OWEN SOUND, CANADA 519-376-2430 Fax: 519-376-7258

OWEN SOUND, CANADA 519-376-2430 Fax: 519-376-7258 INTERNATIONAL: CANADA 905-270-1711 Fax: 905-270-9553

 
 

PRODUCT INFORMATION

 

The model SIGA-DG Detector Guard is designed to prevent mechanical damage to surface mounted Signature Series smoke detectors when used with the SIGA-DGS surface adapter. Use of the guard does not affect detector performance, and requires no detector sensitivity increase.

The guard is finished in white enamel, and secured with tamper-proof fasteners.

in white enamel, and secured with tamper-proof fasteners. INSTALLATION 1. Install the SIGA-DGS surface adapter (A)

INSTALLATION

1. Install the SIGA-DGS surface adapter (A) over the electrical box/conduit using appropriate fasteners. Mounting holes provide clearance for a #10 screw.

2. Fasten the detector base (C) to the SIGA-DG mounting flange (B) using the two #8-32 machine screws provided.

3. Install the mounting flange and detector base (B & C) on surface adapter, using four #8 bolts provided.

Route the base wiring through the hole in the base. 4. Wire the base in accordance with the instructions provided with the base, then install the detector (D).

5.

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS

 
 

Construction

16 gauge steel

 

Dimensions Surface Adapter

8.875" diameter x 2.25" height (22.54cm x 5.71cm)

Adapter & Guard

8.875" diameter x 5.5" height (22.54cm x 13.97cm)

Compatible Devices Detectors

SIGA-IPHS

XLS-IPHS

SIGA-PS

XLS-PS

GSA-PS

Bases

SIGA-IB

GSA-IB

SIGA-RB

GSA-RB

SIGA-SB

GSA-SB

Spacing

Listed detector spacing is not affected by the guard

 

Finish

White enamel

Secure the guard cage (E) to the mounting flange using the four tamper-proof bolts provided, and tighten securely.

the four tamper-proof bolts provided, and tighten securely. INSTALLATION SHEET: SIGA-DGS Surface Adapter  

INSTALLATION SHEET:

SIGA-DGS Surface Adapter

 

for use with the

 

SIGA-DG Detector Guard

INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387318P

FILE NAME: 387318(R1.0).CDR

REVISION LEVEL: 1.0

APPROVED BY: RR

DATE: 04/11/97

2

CREATED BY: R W

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS, CORP.

GS BUILDING SYSTEMS, CORP.

SARASOTA, FL. 941-739-4300 Fax: 941-753-1806 CHESHIRE, CT. 203-699-3000 Fax: 203-699-3075

 
OWEN SOUND, CANADA 519-376-2430 Fax: 519-376-7258 INTERNATIONAL: CANADA 905-270-1711 Fax: 905-270-9553

OWEN SOUND, CANADA 519-376-2430 Fax: 519-376-7258 INTERNATIONAL: CANADA 905-270-1711 Fax: 905-270-9553

SARASOTA , FL 800-655-4497 Fax. 941-753-1806 CHESHIRE, CT 203-699-3000 Fax. 203-699-3075 OWEN SOUND, CANADA 519-376-2430 Fax. 519-376-7258 INTERNATIONAL: CANADA 905-678-6767 Fax. 905-678-9791

EDWARDS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

DH, is designed for mounting in an air duct to detect the presence of

For proper operation, ONLY the specified detectors should be used with this mounting plate. A detector that is not rated for the air velocities produced in air ducts will NOT operate properly and may result in loss of life.

The Signature Series duct detector housing assembly, Model SIGA-

is

handling

duct air detector

not intended to be a substitute for an open area smoke detector.

Signature Series Technical Reference Manual

HVAC

Installation & Preventive Maintenance Guide

of the The

buildings.

work sections

System Operations Guide

commercial

Title

in duct

used of

the airstream

smoke in typically

DESCRIPTION

systems

270144

270186

270188

P/N

1)

in typically DESCRIPTION systems 270144 270186 270188 P/N 1) SIGA-DH DUCT DETECTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY ISSUE: 2

SIGA-DH DUCT DETECTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY

SIGA-DH DUCT DETECTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY

ISSUE: 2

PART NO.: P-847550-1723

 

Installation Instructions

 

six duct

The duct detector housing assembly should be installed in accordance

least preferred

duct at The

jurisdiction.

of straight

having

is in a length

the authorities

housing

72 and

of the

with NFPA

location

widths from any bends or other obstructions as shown.

widths from any bends or other obstructions as shown. Select the location for the duct housing

Select the location for the duct housing and apply the adhesive backed drill template on the duct. Drill out the 4 mounting holes

1)

the air sampling

direction

housing. tube (not supplied) in the 1

in the for opposite

stream is holes

mm) air diameter

sampling

invert the air duct

5/8" (41 If the

appropriate

the (2) 1 tubes.

shown,

and exhaust

to that the

to fit

5/8" (41 mm) diameter hole. Orient the tube so that the air flows

sampling

air tube

of the

tube. end If the

the the

of cut

either

the side

the duct,

than along

inlet holes

is longer

into the

tube

inside the duct or drill a clearance hole in the opposite duct wall

Insert the

and allow the tube to protrude outside the duct.

the

housing

rubber stopper (supplied) into the far end of the sampling tube.

Tighten

on the

downstream.

red connector

edge the facing

tube into

the slanted

exhaust

Insert the with

oriented

3)

screw on the connector. Bring the duct housing up to the air sampling tube, keeping the sampling holes oriented directly into the air flow. Insert the end

4)

of the tube into the connector on the housing and tighten the screw on the connector. Secure the housing to the duct using the four #8 screws

5)

If sampling tube is wider than the duct, seal all

provided.

potential air leaks on opposite side of duct from around air sampling tube, including exposed inlet holes, with duct seal.

Leave

as required.

the housing.

wiring into housing

field detector

from the duct

and bring

knockouts

conduit

Remove

Install

6)

at least 12" (305 mm) of slack field wiring extending from the

conduit for making the wiring connections. Connect the green ground wire provided on the detector

7)

Wire the detector base in

housing to an appropriate ground.

accordance with the instructions supplied with the base. Secure the base to the adapter plate using two #8-32 screws

(supplied).

the detector to the base by rotating the detector on the

it stops. assembly into the smoke chamber in the duct

the detector

base until

housing, aligning the locating pin on the smoke chamber with

Secure the plate to the smoke

the hole in the adapter plate.

Air Velocity

optional

right,

screws (supplied).

top, bottom,

the mounting

No. 6263-SG

housing on for

Cat. mm)

duct provided

the (0.95

x 3/8"

of the are

using

two #8-32

knockouts

air velocity

front cover

Kit. using

Rectangular

chamber

Measure

modules. The modules are mounted on 1-gang stainless steel

For more information,

plates that fasten to the duct housing.

refer to the Installation Instructions provided with each module.

For testing information, refer to the applicable duct detector installation instructions.

12)

Insert and 2) Mate 8) Insert 9) Test and 10) 11)

Insert

and

2)

Mate

8)

Insert

9)

Test

and

10)

11)

Product Information

Insert 9) Test and 10) 11) Product Information WARNINGS       Standard Base, SIGA-SB Relay

WARNINGS

9) Test and 10) 11) Product Information WARNINGS       Standard Base, SIGA-SB Relay Base,
     

Standard Base, SIGA-SB Relay Base, SIGA-RB Isolator Base, SIGA-IB

 

m/s)

Specifications

Compatible Detectors Intelligent Photoelectric Smoke Detector, SIGA-PS Intelligent 3D Multisensor Smoke Detector, SIGA-PHS Intelligent 4D Multisensor Smoke Detector, SIGA-IPHS

Compatible Remote Annunciator Remote LED Alarm Indicator, SIGA-LED

0 - 93% RH

Operating Humidity Range

m/s)

20.312

(1.524 - - 5.08

ft/min. (1.524

4,000 ft/min.

300 - - 1,000

300

-PS

Steel, High-Gloss Red

Length

m)

m)

(0.2

8" (0.6

2'

m) m) m)

(1.9

(1.0

(3.0

6'-6"

3'-6"

10'

Compatible Bases

SIGA-IPHS, -IPHSB

Velocity Range

Air SIGA-PHS,

Construction

Shipping Weight

Air Sampling Tubes Cat. No.

6261-001

6261-002

6261-003

6261-006

6261-010

Construction Shipping Weight Air Sampling Tubes Cat. No. 6261-001 6261-002 6261-003 6261-006 6261-010

Table A - Technical Documentation

SARASOTA , FL 800-655-4497 Fax. 941-753-1806 CHESHIRE, CT 203-699-3000 Fax. 203-699-3075 OWEN SOUND, CANADA 519-376-2430 Fax. 519-376-7258 INTERNATIONAL: CANADA 905-678-6767 Fax. 905-678-9791

Installation OptionsProduct

m/s) m/s)

Compatible Detectors Intelligent Photoelectric Smoke Detector, SIGA-PS and XLS-PS Intelligent 3D Multisensor Smoke Detector, SIGA-PHS and XLS-PHS Intelligent 4D Multisensor Smoke Detector, SIGA-IPHS and XLS-IPHS Compatible Remote Annunciator Remote LED Alarm Indicator, SIGA-LED

Electrical Box (included) Standard 4" (102 mm) Square Box 1 1/2" (38 mm) Deep w/1-Gang

25.39

Standard Base, SIGA-SB Relay Base, SIGA-RB Isolator Base, SIGA-IB

ft/min. (0 (0 to to 2.54

Steel, High-Gloss Red

Up to 3/4" (1.905 cm) 0 to 93% RH

2.7 lbs (1.2 kg)

5,000 ft/min.

to 500

0 0 to

XLS-PS, -PHS

Duct Wall Thickness Operating Humidity Range Air Velocity Range

XLS-IPHS

Compatible Bases

SIGA-PS, -PHS,

Shipping Weight

SIGA-IPHS,

Construction

Cover

rubber

includes a provides

gasket which forms an airtight seal between the mounting plate

DESCRIPTION The Duct Detector Mounting Plate, Model SIGA-DMP, is a component of the Signature Series System used to mount a

Refer to the Installation Sheets provided with the detector, base, remote LED, and/or control relay module for specific wiring instructions.

SIGA-DMP

The and

air duct. base

inside the an detector

for mounting

smoke detector

and the duct.

screws

Blank Cover Plate mounted (standard to 3 electrical supply) SIGA-DMP.
Blank Cover
Plate mounted
(standard to
3
electrical
supply)
SIGA-DMP.
mounted (standard to 3 electrical supply) SIGA-DMP. SIGA-DMP DUCT DETECTOR MOUNTING PLATE PART NO.: 387053P
SIGA-DMP DUCT DETECTOR MOUNTING PLATE PART NO.: 387053P ISSUE: 5 EDWARDS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
SIGA-DMP
DUCT DETECTOR MOUNTING PLATE
PART NO.: 387053P
ISSUE: 5
EDWARDS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

Installation Options

Installation Options For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct.

For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct.

Remote LED (SIGA-LED) mounted directly to SIGA-DMP.

For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct. Remote LED
For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct. Remote LED
For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct. Remote LED
For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct. Remote LED
For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct. Remote LED
For all 3 options SIGA- DMP may be mounted on either side of duct. Remote LED
1
1
1
1
1
Control to Relay Module 2 (SIGA-CR) mounted directly SIGA-DMP.
Control to
Relay
Module
2
(SIGA-CR)
mounted
directly
SIGA-DMP.

Specifications

2 (SIGA-CR) mounted directly SIGA-DMP. Specifications Information       air ducts will NOT operate

Information

mounted directly SIGA-DMP. Specifications Information       air ducts will NOT operate For proper
     

air ducts will NOT operate

For proper operation, ONLY the specified detectors should be used with this mounting plate. Adetector that is not rated

in life.

in loss of

produced

may result

velocities

for the air and

properly

1)

The SIGA-DMP is intended for use ONLY in the three

2)

For other

manufacturer's

 

Do NOT mount the SIGA-DMP on the bottom side of a duct. This position will result in excessive dirt buildup in the detector and affect proper operation.

3)

.

WARNINGS

Installation Options

appropriate

the

configurations shown in

to

 

refer

sizes,

documentation.

duct

duct

 

Installation Instructions

 

Refer to Technical Bulletin (P/N 270145) for installation guidelines.

Using the template provided on the reverse side of this sheet, drill eight (8) 1/16" (0.158 cm) holes and cut out the 4 3/4" (12.065 cm) circle.

Make sure the holes in the duct correctly align with the holes in the SIGA-DMP.

Remove the appropriate conduit knockout on the SIGA- DMP.

Mount the base to the SIGA-DMP as shown and wire the base according to the instructions provided with the base.

Choose installation option and mount in accordance with diagram.

Mount the SIGA-DMP to the duct using eight #8-32 x 1/2" (13 mm) self-tapping screws (provided).

to the duct using eight #8-32 x 1/2" (13 mm) self-tapping screws (provided). 1) 2) 3)

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

6)

7)