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When used in conjunction with the AU-360 and AU-380 Series amplifier modules, the AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides an excellent way of designing Voice Evacuation and Paging systems of any size and level of complexity.
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Signal Communications AU-38640704Z - 40 WATT 70 VOLT ZONE SPLITTER Signal Communications AU3864025 - 40 WATT 25 VOLT ZONE SPLITTER
Description

When used in conjunction with the AU-360 and AU-380 Series amplifier modules, the AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides an excellent way of designing Voice Evacuation and Paging systems of any size and level of complexity.
The AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides the capability of splitting the audio output power from a single amplifier into four (4) speaker loop outputs. If additional speaker loops are required, AU-386 modules can be wired in series to expand the total number of speaker loops in multiples of four.
Control of zone selection is possible via manual control and/or by inputs from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). Automatic control allows for tones and/or messages to be broadcast to selected areas of a building, such as “Floor-above / Floor-below” in a high rise occupancy. There are two input options available. Please see Operation for details.

Operation

Audio will be broadcast into a selected zone only when that zone has been enabled. The red “Active” LED for any zone(s) enabled will be on. The yellow “Fault” LED for a zone indicates either an open circuit or a short circuit is present on the speaker loop. The “Common Fault” LED will activate when a fault condition is detected on any speaker loop or an internal fault occurs within the AU-386. If a speaker loop is shorted, the auto-reset fuse will open and isolate that zone for the duration of the short circuit.
Speaker loop outputs can be selected by utilizing one of two options. Providing a +24 VDC input to a zone select terminal on the AU-386 module will activate that zone. The selection of speaker loops on the AU-386-2 modules is accomplished by the closure of an external normally open (N.O.) dry contact or an open collector “pull down” circuit. Please reference Ordering Information when ordering.

Features
• UL Listed
• CSFM Approved
• MEA Approved
• Complies with NFPA 72 & 101
• 4 speaker loop outputs
• Fully Supervised
• Power limited speaker loops
• Field selectable Class A (Style Z) and
Class B (Style Y) circuits
• Built in auto reset fuse
• Zone selection inputs
• All call for paging and alarm
• Individual zone LEDs for Active or
Trouble conditions
• Common Fault LED indicator

Description

When used in conjunction with the AU-360 and AU-380 Series amplifier modules, the AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides an excellent way of designing Voice Evacuation and Paging systems of any size and level of complexity.
The AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides the capability of splitting the audio output power from a single amplifier into four (4) speaker loop outputs. If additional speaker loops are required, AU-386 modules can be wired in series to expand the total number of speaker loops in multiples of four.
Control of zone selection is possible via manual control and/or by inputs from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). Automatic control allows for tones and/or messages to be broadcast to selected areas of a building, such as “Floor-above / Floor-below” in a high rise occupancy. There are two input options available. Please see Operation for details.

Operation

Audio will be broadcast into a selected zone only when that zone has been enabled. The red “Active” LED for any zone(s) enabled will be on. The yellow “Fault” LED for a zone indicates either an open circuit or a short circuit is present on the speaker loop. The “Common Fault” LED will activate when a fault condition is detected on any speaker loop or an internal fault occurs within the AU-386. If a speaker loop is shorted, the auto-reset fuse will open and isolate that zone for the duration of the short circuit.
Speaker loop outputs can be selected by utilizing one of two options. Providing a +24 VDC input to a zone select terminal on the AU-386 module will activate that zone. The selection of speaker loops on the AU-386-2 modules is accomplished by the closure of an external normally open (N.O.) dry contact or an open collector “pull down” circuit. Please reference Ordering Information when ordering.

Features
• UL Listed
• CSFM Approved
• MEA Approved
• Complies with NFPA 72 & 101
• 4 speaker loop outputs
• Fully Supervised
• Power limited speaker loops
• Field selectable Class A (Style Z) and
Class B (Style Y) circuits
• Built in auto reset fuse
• Zone selection inputs
• All call for paging and alarm
• Individual zone LEDs for Active or
Trouble conditions
• Common Fault LED indicator

Signal Communications AU3864ZS - SPEAKER LOOP 4 ZONE SPLITTER
Description

When used in conjunction with the AU-360 and AU-380 Series amplifier modules, the AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides an excellent way of designing Voice Evacuation and Paging systems of any size and level of complexity.
The AU-386 Series speaker loop zone splitter provides the capability of splitting the audio output power from a single amplifier into four (4) speaker loop outputs. If additional speaker loops are required, AU-386 modules can be wired in series to expand the total number of speaker loops in multiples of four.
Control of zone selection is possible via manual control and/or by inputs from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). Automatic control allows for tones and/or messages to be broadcast to selected areas of a building, such as “Floor-above / Floor-below” in a high rise occupancy. There are two input options available. Please see Operation for details.

Operation

Audio will be broadcast into a selected zone only when that zone has been enabled. The red “Active” LED for any zone(s) enabled will be on. The yellow “Fault” LED for a zone indicates either an open circuit or a short circuit is present on the speaker loop. The “Common Fault” LED will activate when a fault condition is detected on any speaker loop or an internal fault occurs within the AU-386. If a speaker loop is shorted, the auto-reset fuse will open and isolate that zone for the duration of the short circuit.
Speaker loop outputs can be selected by utilizing one of two options. Providing a +24 VDC input to a zone select terminal on the AU-386 module will activate that zone. The selection of speaker loops on the AU-386-2 modules is accomplished by the closure of an external normally open (N.O.) dry contact or an open collector “pull down” circuit. Please reference Ordering Information when ordering.

Features
• UL Listed
• CSFM Approved
• MEA Approved
• Complies with NFPA 72 & 101
• 4 speaker loop outputs
• Fully Supervised
• Power limited speaker loops
• Field selectable Class A (Style Z) and
Class B (Style Y) circuits
• Built in auto reset fuse
• Zone selection inputs
• All call for paging and alarm
• Individual zone LEDs for Active or
Trouble conditions
• Common Fault LED indicator

   
 
 
 

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