24V Power Supply Module - 3.4A
The PS24 power supply module is an accessory for Ademco control panels intended for use in commercial fire installations. The PS24 has two triggerable 24VFW (full wave rectified, unfiltered), 1.7 amp outputs that can either provide 24VFW auxiliary power, or can convert up to two control panel 12VDC EOLR supervised bell circuit outputs to 24VFW EOLR supervised bell outputs.
Description The FireForce 8 (FF8) is a Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) extender panel designed to extend the power capabilities of existing NACs and provide power for other ancillary devices. The FF8 will connect to any brand of UL-Listed Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) to provide Notification Appliance Circuit expansion. Designed with advanced switch-mode power-supply technology, the FireForce 8 provides filtered and electronically regulated power distributed to four NACs. Each NAC is rated at 3.0 Amp maximum, aux power rated 1.5 Amp, with a total output capacity of 8.0 Amp. The outputs may be configured as: four Class B (Style W, X, Y); or two Class A (Style Z); or two Class B and one Class A; or four Class A (Style Z) with the optional Class A adaptor installed. The FF8 includes an internal battery charger. Specifications
The HPF24S power supplies can be used as remotely mounted power supplies and battery chargers to power four noncoded or coded NACs. The Main FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) NAC(s) is connected to the remote power supply input circuit(s). When the control input circuit activates due to reverse polarity of the NAC from the FACP, the power supply will activate its Notification Appliance Circuits. During the inactive or nonalarm state, the power supply supervises its NAC field wiring for short and open conditions. AC fail, battery, charger and ground fault troubles will also be monitored by the power supply. If an NAC or power supply fault is detected, the power supply Normally-Closed Trouble contact will open. If an alarm condition occurs and the NAC is activated, the supervision is disabled and the Notification Appliance Circuit is no longer supervised (except for shorts). Supervision of other power supply faults such as low battery, AC loss, ground fault and battery charger trouble will continue and may be monitored via the Trouble relay contacts.
Description The HPF902ULADA Fire Alarm Power Supply from Honeywell Power Products offers the highest value among power supplies available today. It delivers 9.0 amps of notification appliance circuit power and built-in synchronization for appliances from System Sensor, Gentex, Wheelock, and Faraday. Our design represents the state of the art in fire alarm supplies. Yet for all its sophistication, it is an extremely cost-effective notification power supply. The HPF902ULADA is a 9.0 amp notification power expander that provides its own AC power connection, battery charging circuit, and backup battery space, for use with fire and security controls. It is ideal for powering notification appliances required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It contains a built-in ANSI cadence pattern, which can upgrade older control panels that lack cadence capability. Specifications
The Honeywell HPFF12(E) and HPFF12CM(E) are Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) Expander Power Suppliesdesigned to extend the power capabilities of existing NACs and provide power for auxiliary devices. The HPFF12 andHPFF12CM connects to any 12 or 24V Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) or operates stand-alone.They provide regulated and filtered 24VDC power to four NAC's and an auxiliary output. The NAC outputs are rated at 3.0 amps each and the auxiliary output is rated at 2.0 amps (this output is continuously supplied, even in alarm, and therefore must be taken into account for power supply loading and battery size calculations). The combined output cannot exceed12.0 amps.The HPFF12 and HPFF12CM provide independent output circuit supervision so in the event of a NAC fault they can notify the attached FACP. In addition they have a trouble memory feature that displays past troubles (by NAC) for rapid diagnostics. Synchronization is built in for five appliance brands.The HPFF12 and HPFF12CM have two fully independent supervised initiating circuits that can be used for synchronizedstrobes and coded horns. Their NAC outputs may be configured as any of the following:• four Class B (Style Y)• two Class A (Style Z)• two Class B and one Class A• four Class A with the optional HPP31076 Class A adapterThese power supplies contain an internal Battery charger capable of charging up to 26.0 amp-hour (AH) batteries.The HPFF12 is mounted in a lockable wall cabinet that can accommodate up to two 18AH batteries. The HPFF12CM isdesigned to mount in Honeywell’s large equipment enclosure (EQBB-D4; order separately). Up to three HPFF12CM supplies can be mounted in a D-sized EQ cabinet in positions 2, 3, and 4. Each HPFF12CM can accommodate two 12AH batteries.One of the most challenging aspects of a retrofit application is locating the existing End-of-Line (EOL) resistor. In these applications that have EOL values other than the 3.9k normally used with the HPFF12, a single resistor matching the existing EOL can be used as a reference for all the outputs. This feature speeds installation and system checkout because the actual EOL does not need to be located and changed in the circuit. The reference resistor must be within the range of 1.9k to 25k.NOTE: 4 separate programming resistors for the HPFF12 are provided in the hardware kit shipped with each HPFF12(E) and HPFF12CM(E). They are 3.9K (5 of these are provided, need only 1 for programming), 2.2K (1 each), 4.7K (1 each) and 10K (1 each)