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Mini Switch Monitor Module
MPM-830 The Mini Switch Monitor Module is used to monitor any N.O. UL Listed fire alarm initiating device such as a manual pull station. The module fits in a single gang box, has flying leads for connection, and is addressed by dip switches. Current consumption in normal state is 600? typically, in alarm it draws 4mA. Can be wired either Class A or Class B, switch selectable. Uses standard XP95 digital communication protocol. 
Model MPM-830 P/N 55000-830

Switch Monitor Module
PMM-806 The Switch Monitor Module is used to monitor any N.O. UL Listed fire alarm initiating device. Waterflow, tamper, other supervisory devices, 4-wire smoke detectors are a few examples. Module fits a 4" junction box. Address is set with a dip switch. Current consumption in normal state is 600? typically, in alarm it draws 4mA. A red LED is visible through the decorative cover. Screw terminals are provided and it can be wired Class A or Class B, switch selectable. Uses standard XP95 digital communication protocol. 
Model PMM-806 P/N 55000-806

Switch Monitor Input-Output Module
MIO-820 The Switch Monitor Input-Output Module mounts in a standard 4" square junction box. The red LED is visible through the cover plate. Input circuit can be wired Class A or Class B, switch selectable, which monitors N.O. initiating devices. Closure of the input causes an alarm condition and the Form C output relay to transfer. The output relay is rated at 2 A @ 30 VDC or 0.6 A @ 125 VAC. Connections are through screw terminals. Normal operation and alarm current consumption is 850? typically. Alarm current is 4mA. Uses standard XP95 digital communication protocol. The address is set with dip switches. 
Model MIO-820 P/N 55000-820

Sounder Control Module
SCM-825 The Sounder Control Module is fitted to a 4" square junction box with a red LED visible through the cover. The module monitors and controls one notification appliance circuit (NAS) or voice evacuation speaker circuit. Output circuits can be wired Class A or Class B, switch selectable. Unit requires input from an isolated, regulated 24 VDC UL Listed power supply or a UL Listed audio amplifier with circuit supervision capability per NFPA. Screw terminals are provided for all wire connections. Power supplies must be power limited per NFPA. Current draw in normal state is 1mA typically. Power up surge current is 6mA maximum for 150 mS. Uses standard XP95 digital communication protocol. The address is set with dip switches. 
Model SCM-825 P/N 55000-825

Temperature Sensor Head
TSH-450 The XP95A Temperature Sensor Head is molded from white polycarbonate material with a low air flow resistance design. Stainless steel wiper contacts connect the sensor to the terminals, which are polarity insensitive, in the mounting base. Inside the sensor case is a circuit board with the sensing system on one side and the address capture, signal processing, and communication electronics on the other side. The sensor monitors temperature by using a single thermistor network, which provides a voltage output proportional to the external air temperature. This analog voltage is converted to a digital signal, which is transmitted to the FACP for interpretation. The alarm threshold is programmed into the FACP. 
Model TSH-450 P/N 55000-450

Ionization Smoke Sensor Head
ISH-550 The XP95A Smoke Sensor Head is molded from white polycarbonate material with wind resistant smoke inlets and an insect resistant screen. Stainless steel wiper contacts connect the sensor to the terminals, which are polarity insensitive, in the mounting base. Inside the sensor case is a circuit board with the sensing system on one side and the address capture, signal processing, and communication electronics on the other side. The Ionization sensor is a dual chamber, single radioactive source system that provides analog readings, which are converted to a digital signal and transmitted to the FACP for interpretation. The alarm threshold is programmed into the FACP. 
Model ISH-550 P/N 55000-550

Photoelectric Smoke Sensor Head
PSH-650 The XP95A Smoke Sensor Head is molded from white polycarbonate material with wind resistant smoke inlets and an insect resistant screen. Stainless steel wiper contacts connect the sensor to the terminals, which are polarity insensitive, in the mounting base. Inside the sensor case is a circuit board with the sensing system on one side and the address capture, signal processing, and communication electronics on the other side. The Photoelectric system operates on the light scattering principle. When smoke enters the optical chamber it scatters light in proportion to the smoke characteristics and density. The sensor's electronics read the analog value, convert that value to a digital signal and communicate the digital signal to the FACP. The alarm threshold is programmed into the FACP. 
Model PSH-650 P/N 55000-650

Relay Base
The Relay Base is a 6-inch (150mm) mounting device for XP95A analog addressable sensors. The base has a built-in Form C relay. An external, unregulated 24 VDC power supply, UL Listed for Fire Protective Signaling, must be provided. Each base includes a Xpert addressing card. This unique, patented system puts the address information in the base while keeping the base entirely free of electronic parts except for the relay. This coded plastic card is inserted into the base so that the address remains the same. No need to worry about changing the address in the sensor head if the sensor head requires replacement. When the sensor head in a base is put into alarm by the control panel the relay in that base will transfer until the panel is silenced and/or reset. If the external power supply to a circuit of bases has the polarity of the 24 VDC power reversed then all the bases on that circuit will transfer their relays until the polarity is reversed back to stand-by state. The relay's function can be tested by simply reversing the polarity of the external power. The sensor head does not need to be installed to perform this test. Additional Xpert cards are available separately if needed. They can be ordered in a pre-addressed form or ready to be addressed. 
Model ARB-RLY P/N MB-RLY-XP95

Sounder Base
The Sounder Base is a 6 inch (150mm) mounting device for XP95A analog addressable sensors. The base has a built-in piezo sounder. An external, unregulated 24 VDC power supply, UL Listed for Fire Protective Signaling, must be provided. Each base includes a Xpert addressing card. This unique, patented system puts the address information in the base while keeping the base entirely free of electronic parts except for the sounding device. This coded plastic card is inserted into the base so that the address remains the same. No need to worry about changing the address in the sensor head if the sensor head requires replacement. When the sensor head in a base is put into alarm by the control panel the sounder in that base will sound until the panel is silenced and/or reset. If the external power supply to a circuit of bases has the polarity of the 24 VDC power reversed then all the bases on that circuit will sound until the polarity is reversed back to stand-by state. The sounder's function can be tested by reversing the polarity of the external power. The sensor head does not need to be installed to perform this test. Additional Xpert cards are available separately if needed. They can be ordered in a pre-addressed form or ready to be addressed. 
Model ASB-SDR P/N MB-SDR-XP95

Isolator Module w/Base
Most systems are connected as closed loop systems that can be interrogated from either end so that all devices can remain in operation if an open circuit fault in the wiring occurs. A short-circuit fault can potentially disable the whole loop, but by interspersing isolators along the loop only the small section between isolators will be affected by the short circuit fault. 
Model IMB-750 P/N 55000-750
 
Manual Call Point
The XP95 Manual Call Point is designed to operate in conjunction with the Apollo Loop Protocol.
When activated, the XP95 manual call point not only interrupts the polling cycle to indicate to the control panel that it has been operated, but also reports its address.  Thus an alarm and its location can be reported in less than 0.2 seconds.
Model MCP-905 P/N 55000-905

 

 

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