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Solenoid Valves
For Deluge And Preaction Systems
Electric Release Service
General Technical
Description Data
The Solenoid Valves For Releasing Approvals
Service are intended for use with Tyco UL Listed and CSA Certified under the
Fire Products Deluge and Preaction name of Parker Hannifin Corporation,
Valves which are to be electrically ac- Skinner Valve Division. P/N 52-287-1-
tuated. The Solenoid Valves are used 024 (175 psi) and P/N 52-287-1-124
in conjunction with an electric releas- (250 psi) are FM Approved for release
ing panel that is listed or approved (as of Tyco Fire Products Deluge and Pre-
appropriate) for fire protection releas- action Valves.
ing service, and where the releasing
Working Water Pressure
panel is operated by listed or approved
Refer to Figure 1.
(as appropriate) electric fire detectors.
Physical Characteristics chamber of the deluge or preaction
WARNING The body is brass, and the seal is valve, and the outlet port of the Sole-
The Solenoid Valves described herein Nitrile rubber. noid Valve is to piped to an open drain.
must be installed and maintained in For best life and optimum perform-
compliance with this document, as
well as with the applicable standards Operation ance the Solenoid Valve should be
mounted vertically upright, as illus-
of the National Fire Protection Asso- trated in Figure 2, so as to minimize
ciation, in addition to the standards of Operation of an electrical device such
wear and reduce the possibility of ac-
any other authorities having jurisdic- as a heat sensitive thermostat, smoke
cumulating foreign matter.
tion. Failure to do so may impair the detector, or electric manual pull station
integrity of this device. signals the releasing panel to energize Step 3. Only apply pipe thread sealant
the releasing circuit. Energizing the re- sparingly to the male pipe threads of
The owner is responsible for maintain- leasing circuit opens the normally the connecting pipe nipples.
ing their fire protection system and de- closed de-energized Solenoid Valve to
vices in proper operating condition. Step 4. To prevent distortion of the
release water pressure from the differ-
The installing contractor or sprinkler Solenoid Valve body, always wrench
ential chamber of the deluge or preac-
manufacturer should be contacted on the portion adjacent to the pipe to
tion valve, which in turn permits the
relative to any questions. which it is being connected. Do not use
deluge or preaction valve to open and
the Solenoid Valve to force a pipeline
allow a flow of water into the system
into position. Doing so may result in
piping.
distortion of the valve.
Step 5. Conduit and electrical connec-
Installation tions are to be made in accordance
with the requirements of the authority
The Solenoid Valves For Releasing having jurisdiction and/or the National
Service are to be installed in accord- Electric Code. The coil assembly may
ance with the following instructions: be reoriented, as necessary, by first
Step 1. Check the nameplate for the loosening the nut on top of the coil.
correct catalog number, NEMA classi- After repositioning the coil assembly,
fication, and voltage. tighten the nut with a torque of 43 to 53
inch-pounds (4,9 to 6,0 Nm).
Step 2. The Solenoid Valves are to be
installed as part of the deluge or pre- NOTE
action valve trim in accordance with Turn off electrical power before con-
the applicable instructions provided for necting the Solenoid Valve to the
the deluge valve or preaction valve. power source.
The inlet port of the Solenoid Valve is
to be connected to the differential

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ENCLOSURE WORKING WATER AC VOLT-AMPS


DC
TYPE VOLTAGE PRESSURE WATTS CATALOG P/N
(a) (b) AMPS
(NEMA RATINGS) PSI (BAR) INRUSH HOLDING
120 VAC, 60 Hz 20-175
10 31 16 73218BN4UNLVN0C111P3 52-287-1-110
110 VAC, 50 Hz (1,4-12,1)
20-175
24 VDC 10 0.41 73218BN4UNLVN0C111C2 52-287-1-024
(1,4-12,1)
20-250
ORDINARY 24 VDC 22 0.83 73212BN4TNLVN0C322C2 52-287-1-124
(1,4-17,2)
LOCATION
(2, 4, and 4X) 20-175
48 VDC 10 0.21 73218BN4UNLVN0C111C4 52-287-1-048
(1,4-12,1)
20-175
125 VDC 11 0.08 73218BN4UNLVN0C1113N 52-287-1-125
(1,4-12,1)
20-175
250 VDC 10 0.04 73218BN4UNLVN0C111N9 52-287-1-015
(1,4-12,1)
20-175
110/120 VAC 10 31 16 73218BN4UNLVN0H111P3 52-287-1-210
(1,4-12,1)
20-175
HAZARDOUS 24 VDC 10 0.41 73218BN4UNLVN0H111C2 52-287-1-224
(1,4-12,1)
LOCATION
(4, 4X, 7, and 9) 20-175
125 VDC 11 0.08 73218BN4UNLVN0H1113N 52-287-1-225
(1,4-12,1)
20-175
250 VDC 10 0.04 73218BN4UNLVN0H111N9 52-287-1-215
(1,4-12,1)

NOTES:
(a) (b)
Current to start plunger moving. Current to hold plunger open.

FIGURE 1
ENCLOSURE AND VOLTAGE RATINGS

1/2" CONDUIT
Care and CONNECTION
Maintenance 3-13/16"
(96,8 mm)
The following inspection procedure
must be performed as indicated, in ad- ELECTRICAL 4-3/8"
dition to any specific requirements of LEADS (111,1 mm)
the NFPA, and any impairment must
be immediately corrected. 1/2" NPT
The owner is responsible for the in- 2-5/8" (TYPICAL) 2-9/16"
spection, testing, and maintenance of (66,7 mm) (65,1 mm)
their fire protection system and de-
vices in compliance with this docu- 175 PSI (12,1 BAR) MAXIMUM SERVICE PRESSURE
ment, as well as with the applicable
standards of the National Fire Protec-
tion Association (e.g., NFPA 25), in
addition to the standards of any 1/2" CONDUIT
authority having jurisdiction. The in- CONNECTION
stalling contractor or product manufac- 3-7/8"
turer should be contacted relative to (98,4 mm)
any questions.
It is recommended that automatic ELECTRICAL 4-5/8"
sprinkler systems be inspected, LEADS (117,5 mm)
tested, and maintained by a qualified
Inspection Service.
1/2" NPT
NOTES (TYPICAL)
2-3/4" 2"
Before closing a fire protection system
control valve for inspection or mainte- (69,9 mm) (50,8 mm)
nance work on the fire protection sys- 250 PSI (17,2 BAR) MAXIMUM SERVICE PRESSURE
tem which it controls, permission to
shut down the effected fire protection
system must first be obtained from the
proper authorities and all personnel
FIGURE 2
who may be affected by this action
must be notified. SOLENOID VALVES FOR RELEASING SERVICE

After placing a fire protection system


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in service, notify the proper authorities


and advise those responsible for moni- Limited Ordering
toring proprietary and/or central sta-
tion alarms. Warranty Information
Products manufactured by Tyco Fire Orders for the Solenoid Valves must
INSPECTION PROCEDURE Products are warranted solely to the include the description and Par t
The Solenoid Valves must be in- original Buyer for ten (10) years Number (P/N).
spected quarterly in accordance with against defects in material and work-
the following instructions: manship when paid for and properly Solenois Valves:
installed and maintained under normal Specify: (Specify voltage), (Specify
Verify operation of the Solenoid Valve use and service. This warranty will ex- 175 or 250) psi pressure rating, Sole-
following the procedure outlined in the pire ten (10) years from date of ship- noid Valve with (specify ordinary or
Technical Data Sheet for the Tyco Fire ment by Tyco Fire Products. No war- hazardous) location enclosure, P/N
Products Deluge or Preaction Valve. ranty is given for products or (specify from Figure 1).
In general, if the voltage to the coil is components manufactured by compa-
correct, sluggish valve operation, ex- nies not affiliated by ownership with
cessive leakage, or noise will indicate Tyco Fire Products or for products and
that cleaning is required. Clean the components which have been subject
Solenoid Valve in accordance with the to misuse, improper installation, corro-
procedures outlined by Honeywell, Inc. sion, or which have not been installed,
Skinner Valve. maintained, modified or repaired in ac-
cordance with applicable Standards of
Causes of Improper Operation the National Fire Protection Associa-
• Faulty Control Circuit: Check the tion, and/or the standards of any other
electrical system by energizing the Authorities Having Jurisdiction. Mate-
releasing circuit to the Solenoid rials found by Tyco Fire Products to be
Valve. A metallic “click” signifies that defective shall be either repaired or
the solenoid is operating. Absence replaced, at Tyco Fire Products’ sole
of the “click” indicates loss of power option. Tyco Fire Products neither as-
supply. Check for loose or blown sumes, nor authorizes any person to
fuses, open-circuited or grounded assume for it, any other obligation in
coil, broken lead wires or broken connection with the sale of products or
splice connections. parts of products. Tyco Fire Products
shall not be responsible for sprinkler
• Burned-Out Coil: Check for open- system design errors or inaccurate or
circuited coil. Replace if necessary. incomplete information supplied by
Check supply voltage; it must be the Buyer or Buyer’s representatives.
same as specified on label or name-
plate. IN NO EVENT SHALL TYCO FIRE
PRODUCTS BE LIABLE, IN CON-
• Low Voltage: Check voltage across TRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR
the coil leads. Voltage must be at UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THE-
least 85% of nameplate rating. ORY, FOR INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT,
SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO LABOR CHARGES, RE-
GARDLESS OF WHETHER TYCO
FIRE PRODUCTS WAS INFORMED
ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES, AND IN NO EVENT
SHALL TYCO FIRE PRODUCTS’ LI-
ABILITY EXCEED AN AMOUNT
EQUAL TO THE SALES PRICE.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS
MADE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FIT-
NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR-
POSE.
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