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Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

Fire Alarm system


A fire alarm system is designed to detect the unwanted presence
of fire by monitoring environmental changes associated with
combustion.
System Components May
Operate:
Mechanical
Hydraulic
Pneumatic
Electrical
Types Of Fire Alarm Systems
Manual System
Semi-Automatic System
Automatic System
Types Of Fire Alarm Systems
Manual System
Most basic type is designed to only be initiated manually
known as a local system or protected premises (pull station &
bell)
Typically, this system is expanded to include fire detection
devices to sense the presence of a fire and initiate a signal
Types Of Fire Alarm Systems
Automatic System
Automatic fire alarm systems can be used to notify people to
evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency, to summon
emergency forces aid, and to prepare the structure and
associated systems to control the spread of fire and smoke.
Heat Detectors
Smoke Detectors
Flame Detectors
Fire-Gas Detectors
Fire Alarm Systems

Technology Overview

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SECUTRON
Technology Overview
9th Edition of UL 864 listed
Rev9 Ready
Full support to SS protocol
Modular design
Totally user-configurable
Diversified interfaces
Large capacity of up to 16 addressable loops per panel
Network capability of up to 254 panels
High survivability and reliability (DCLR network)
Flexible peer-to-peer network
Diversified applications
Flexibility in programming to meet most field demands
Long field tested
One-person system test capability
Totally software driven
Field programmable via PC
UL listed and FM approved

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SECUTRON
Technology Overview
Integration with voice alarm

Serial link

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SECUTRON
Technology Overview
Integration with voice alarm

Hardwired

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SECUTRON
Technology Overview

Integration with BMS

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SECUTRON
Technology Overview

PC based graphics

Serial link

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Fire Alarm Devices

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Type of inputs
Alarm
Normal alarm, smoke detectors, heat detectors
Must trigger NACs (horns, bells, strobes)
Optionally triggers relays
*ALARM* in the alarm list
Pull station
For monitor module
With alarm features plus:
For pull station only
No retard
*PULL STATION* in the alarm list
Waterflow
For monitor module
With alarm features plus:
For water flow detectors only
NACs can be non-silenceable
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Type of inputs
Supervisory
For valves, pressure sensors in sprinkler systems
Can not trigger bells/strobes
Can trigger dedicated NAC
Can trigger relays
Can be a detector
Monitor
Status for sampers, door holders, fan status, etc.
Using supervisory LED
Can not trigger bells/strobes
Can operate output modules

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Addressable Devices
System Sensor provides a design guideline and product
specifications allowing Secutron to design hardware and software
to communicate with Secutrons Intelligent Devices.
Up to 99 Intelligent Sensors and 99 Modules, (total of 198
devices) on a single pair of wires.
Device addressing is accomplished by rotating two decade
switches built into each device.
The software in the fire alarm panel communicates and processes
information sent back by the devices. This determines:
alarm points of detectors
dirty levels
when monitor modules are in alarm
control module activation
Wiring problems are also communicated through the panel
software.

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Intelligent Products

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MRI-1251B Ionization Sensor
Plug-in head (requires
separate base)
2-wire system
Rotary decimal switches for
address setting
Sensor is continuously
supervised & reports
sensitivity status regularly to
FX-2000
Built-in signal processing for
alarm verification
Monitors sensor sensitivity
Built-in tamper-resistant
feature
Two visible LEDs blink every
time the unit is addressed

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MRI-2251B Photoelectric
Plug-in head (requires
separate base)
Sensor
2-wire system
Rotary decimal switches for
address setting
Sensor is continuously
supervised & reports
sensitivity status regularly to
FX-2000
Built-in signal processing for
alarm verification
Monitors sensor sensitivity
Built-in tamper-resistant
feature
Two visible LEDs blink every
time the unit is addressed

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MRI-5251B/MRI-5251RB
Low Profile Intelligent Thermal Sensors
MRI-5251B - Fixed Temperature
135 F
MRI-5251RB - R/R & Fixed
Temperature 135 F
MRI-5251H, 190 F
Plug-in head (requires separate
base)
Rotary decimal switches for
address setting
2-wire system
Built-in tamper resistant feature
High coverage ( 50 foot spacing
capability)
Sensors are continuously
monitored to measure any
change in their sensitivity due to
temperature
Two visible LEDs blink every time
the unit is addressed

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MRI-2251TMB Acclimate
Intelligent Multi-Criteria Sensor
First it incorporates both thermal and
photoelectric technologies that interact
to maximize detection.
Second, an on-board microprocessor
and advanced software focus on
rejecting nuisance alarms.
Rotary address switches for fast
installations
Dual electronic thermistor design
eliminates directionality
Dual LED indicators for 360 visibility
On board drift compensation reduces
maintenance
Transmits signal to indicate
maintenance required

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Bases
B501BH Sounder Base - 200 &
500 Series
B501BHT Sounder Base Temporal B501BH

- 200 & 500 Series


B210LP 6 Flanged Base - 200
Series
B224RB Relay Base - 200 Series B210LP
B224BI Isolator Base - 200 Series

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Addressable modules

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MRI-M500M

Monitor Module
MIX-M500M provides an address
for a conventional normally
open (N.O) initiating device, or a
collective address for a group of
such devices
Supervises any dry contact
initiating device
Wired in Class A, (Style D) or
Class B, (Style B) initiating
circuit
Typically the monitor module is
used to supervise devices such
as: waterflow switches, tamper
switches, 4-wire type smoke
detectors, manual pull stations,
etc.

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MRI-M500M
Addressable Intelligent Monitor Module

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MRI-M501M
Mini Monitor Module
Provides an address for a
conventional normally open
(N.O) initiating device or a
collective group of such
devices
Wired in Class B, Style B
initiating circuit
Typically the monitor module
is used to supervise devices
such as: waterflow switches,
tamper switches, 4-wire type
smoke detectors, manual pull
stations, etc.

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MRI-M501M
Addressable Intelligent
Mini-Monitor Module
(+)

FIRE TO NEXT
ALARM DEVICE
PANEL (-)

Violet

47K EOL
RESITOR
Black

Red
Yellow

SUPERVISED
(+) (-)
(-) (+) CLASS B INITIATING
DEVICE CIRCUIT

INITIATING CIRCUIT LINE


MAX. RESISTANCE 40 OHMS

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MRI-M500DM
Addressable Intelligent
Dual Input Monitor Module
MRI-M500DM - provides two
independent two separate,
consecutive addresses. It is capable
of monitoring normally open
contact fire alarm and supervisory
devices.
The module has a single panel
controlled red LED.
Wired in Class B, (Style B) initiating
circuit.
Note: Monitor module (using
terminals 6 and 7) responds at the
address set on the code switches.
Monitor module (using terminals 8
and 9) will automatically respond at
the next higher address.
Both addresses must be manually
programmed in configuration.

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MRI-M500DM
Addressable Intelligent
Dual Input Monitor Module

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MRI-M502M Monitor
Module
Monitors and supervises
compatible conventional
smoke detectors
Mounts on a 4 electrical
box
Requires separate
resettable 24VDC power

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MRI-M502M
Universal Addressable Input Monitor Module
Interface with Two wire Conventional Smoke Detector

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MRI-M500S Control Module
Provides an addressable
notification appliance
circuit that can be
programmed to respond
to any alarm or any
combination of alarms
from input (addressable
or hardwired) points
External 24 VDC power
source is required when
module is used as a
signal or strobe

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MRI-M500S
Addressable Intelligent Signal Module

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MRI-M500R Control Module
Provides an addressable
auxiliary relay output that
can be programmed to
respond to any alarm or
any combination of
inputs (addressable or
hardwired) points
Two Form C relay
outputs

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MRI-M500R
Addressable Intelligent Relay Module

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M500X Isolator Module
Enables part of the signaling
line circuit (addressable loop)
to continue operating when a
short circuit occurs on it
Module automatically restores
the entire circuit to normal
condition when the short
circuit is removed
Maximum load of 25
addressable devices can be
connected to an isolator to
insure that the isolator
powers up correctly

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M500X Isolator Module
{---------------- Zone 1 ---------------
}

{--------- Zone 2 -------------------}

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M500X
Fault Isolator Module

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ELETRICAL SPECS FOR MODULES

Operating voltage: 15-32VDC


EOL: 3.9K for 502M, 47k for others
Relay contact ratings for 500R:
3A @ 30 VDC
0.9A @ 110 VAC
M500X:
Isolation current: 5mA
Fault detection delay: 250 ms
Fault detection threshold: 4 V
Line restoration threshold: 7 V

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MRM-701ADU & MRM-710ADU Series
Addressable Pull Stations

UL, ULC approval


Meets ADA requirements
Single Action manual alarm
Permanently attached
addressable module
Rotary decimal switches for
address setting
MRM-710ADU Double Action
Pull Station

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Panel line-up
MR-2100 1 Loop Addressable Fire Alarm Control
MR-2200 2 Loop Addressable Fire Alarm Control
MR-2900 Addressable/Conventional Fire Alarm Control
MR-2920 Addressable/Conventional Fire Alarm Control

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ANNUNCIATORS (LED and LCD)

MR-2644 LCD Remote Annunciator


MR-2944 LCD Remote Annunciator
MR-2614EH LED Remote Annunciator Driver

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MR-2100/MR-2200

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MR-2100
Fire Alarm Control
Panel

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MR-2100/MR-2200 Overview
The MR-2100/MR-2200 Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) is
a modular one or two-loop microprocessor based fire
detection system offering support for up to 396 devices.

The panel is fully networkable and can be utilized to provide


additional input circuits, visual zones, bell circuits and relays.
Up to 254 units (FACPs and/or annunciators) can be
connected to form the Style 7 (DCLR) network loop.

Optional modules mount directly to the chassis. Modules are


available that provide additional NAC output circuits, function
relay output circuits, annunciation, etc.

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Specifications:
The MR-2100/MR-2200 includes the following
features:
MR-2100: One (1) Addressable Input (SLC)
circuit, Class A (Style 6) or Class B (Style 4).
MR-2200: Two (2) Addressable Input (SLC)
circuits, Class A (Style 6) or Class B (Style 4).
Two (2) Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC),
Class A (Style Z) or Class B (Style Y).
Expandable to eight (8) NAC circuits with
optional module MRNC2 (groups of 2).
Four (4) Programmable function relays, Form
C. Expandable to sixteen (16) relays with
optional module MRRL4 (groups of 4).

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Specifications
Releasing function / cross-zoning options

Two (2) Auxiliary power outputs

2.6A power supply, expendable to 8.2A, and integral battery charger

Four (4) additional communication ports for Dialer, PC interface,


voice evacuation system, and local annunciators

LCD/LED system status display, with optional LED zone display

Surface flush mount cabinet with dead-front construction, capable


of holding two 12Ah batteries with removable door for easy
installation

Removable terminal blocks for easy wiring

Operating program and database can both be uploaded/


downloaded by PC.

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MR-2200
Fire Alarm Control
Panel

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Dialer Card
MR-2200
Mainboard NAC
Expansion
Card

Relay Card

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MR-2200
Back of door

LCD Display Board

MRLD8 LED Option


Boards

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MR-2200-MPCB
Mainboard (MR-2200)

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MR-2200-DPCB LCD Display Board

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MRNC2 NAC Expansion Card

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MRRL4 Relay Card

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MR-2900

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MR-2900 SPECS
Common LEDs for Alarm (red), Supervisory (amber), Trouble (yellow) and
Power (green)
24 hour Clock with flashing colon to indicate that the processor is active
12 Keys for system functions such as Acknowledge, Signal Silence,
General Alarm, etc.
80 character (4x20) LCD display and 20 position keypad for Scroll,
bypass, programming, miscellaneous trouble indication, system status
indication, etc.
24 Input Circuits
- 8, 16 or 24 conventional input circuits
- 8 or 16 addressable loops
- combination equaling 24
24 sets of zone LEDs each consisting of an Alarm (red), Supervisory
(amber) and Trouble (yellow) LED
3 Form "C" Relays for Common Alarm, Common Supervisory and
Common Trouble rated at 0.5A @ 120VAC/1.0A @ 24 VDC
4 General Purpose Form "C" Relays rated at 0.6A @ 120VAC/2.0A @
30VDC
8 Polarity Reversing Bell Circuits rated at 1.0A
Communications Ports for Network, Annunciation, Service and
Programming, One man walk test, and General Purpose

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MR-2931
Motherboard
part of Inner
Door Assembly

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MR-2931
Plan View

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Control Unit Power Supply
Intelligent switcher power supply controlled
from processor I/O
Dynamic battery test (90s)
Automatic battery/charger calibration
Power management (18.5v)
Temperature compensation for optimum
battery performance
Delayed AC Failure to eliminate response to
temporary brown-out conditions

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MR-2905 Power Supply

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Programmable Conventional Circuits

Software configured conventional circuits can be field


programmed for following functions:
- Class "B" end of line
- N.O. and N.C. contacts
- Class "A"
- Smoke detector
Class "B" Circuits can be programmed for alarm or
supervisory monitoring
The N.O. and N.C. circuits can be used for security monitoring
and/or monitoring of mechanical systems
Smoke detector circuit can differentiate between contact
device and smoke detector operation permitting alarm
verification on single pair of wires

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Input Circuits
Used for connection of field devices such as manual stations,
smoke detectors, water flow and supervisory devices
Three categories
- Alarm Circuits
- Supervisory Circuits
- Non Reporting
Circuits supervised for open and ground faults
Two basic wiring types for conventional circuits
- Class A
- Class B
Circuit available which differentiates between a short and the
operation of a smoke detector

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Typical Conventional Circuit
wiring

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Conventional Circuit Lengths

AWG Length
18 10 000 ft
22 5 000 ft

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Conventional Circuit Cards
MR-2928 - Contact & Smoke

MR-2938 - Contact & Smoke Class A

Each Zone Will Handle Approx. 50 Smoke Detectors

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Card
placement
on MR-2900

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MR-2926 Class B or
MR-2925 Class A
Terminal Board

Back MR-2927 Supervision card on


Front
Terminal Board

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Introducing the new MR-2936 Class B
Terminal Board

Front Back MR-2937 Class A


converter
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Addressable Analog Devices
Each addressable loop will accommodate 99
detectors and 99 modules. Modules may be an
input or an output device
Ease of addition or deletion of devices on loop
Identification by device type
Maintenance Alert is generated when detectors
are dirty
Measurement and control of sensitivity at each
Control Panel

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Addressable loop cards
MR-2909: 8 Class B
MR-2919: 4 Class A
Now replaced by the all new:
MR-2929: 8 Class B or 4 Class A

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Addressable Loop Lengths
Wire Gauge Max Dist Max Dist
12 AWG 3 300 m 10 000 ft
14 AWG 2 000 m 6 000 ft
16 AWG 1 300 m 4 000 ft
18 AWG 800 m 2 500 ft

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Addressable Loop Example
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Addressable Circuits
MR-2909 - 8 Class B Loops

MR-2919 - 4 Class A Loops

MR-2929 all new 8 Class B or 4 Class loop


controller

Each Loop Will Handle 99 Sensors & 99


Modules for Total of 198 Devices

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Class B Addressable Loops on multiple
floors
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Class A Addressable Loops on multiple
floors
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Style 6 Addressable Loops
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Programmable Output Circuits
General Purpose Relays are programmable as to circuit of
actuation, delay time to activate, duration of activation
- General Purpose Relays are Form "C" relays at 2.0 A @ 120 VAC
- Polarity Reversing Bell circuits are supervised for open, short
and ground conditions. Each condition is separately identifiable
from the LCD display
Bell circuits can be either Class B (Style Y) or Class A (Style Z)
- Bell circuits are rated at 1.0 A @ 24 VDC;
Bell operation is programmable:
- Single or Two Stage operation
- Continuous or Temporal Pattern Evacuation modes
Bell circuits can be used for Releasing Services
- Releasing Circuits are programmable as to circuit of actuation,
delay time to activate, duration of activation
Releasing Circuits can be Cross Zoned

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Bell Circuit Lengths

AWG 250 mA 500 mA 750 mA 1.0 A


12 4000 ft 2000 ft 1500 ft 1000 ft
14 2400 ft 1200 ft 900 ft 600 ft
16 1500 ft 750 ft 550 ft 375 ft

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Class B vs Class A
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Class A (Style Z) Bell Circuit
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Class B (Style Y) Bell Circuit
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Ground Detection on Each Extend
Supervised Circuit
Individual ground fault detection of input circuits and
bell circuits
Code requirement: Common system ground fault
detection only
Ground fault one of the more common system problems
Advantages:
- Field experience has proven that individual ground
fault detection is a valuable service tool that greatly
reduces system down time and system disruption,
reduces repair costs and reduces false alarms

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Control Unit Annunciation
LED (analog) and LCD (digital) annunciator
LED annunciator for indication of fire, supervisory
and trouble by zone
Individual pockets for zone labels
Ground fault indication by input circuit and bell
circuit
LCD display for indication of specific addressable
device
LCD display for measuring and changing sensitivity
of analog smoke detectors
Diagnostic information
Custom instruction label

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Time
+ Active

Date

Device

Panel Circuit

Example of MR-2900 Front Panel LCD


Readout- Trouble

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MR-2900 Front Panel LCD Readout- Alarm
Acknowledged

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History File
Storage of approximately 1500 activities and
events
Logging of all signals, manual actions and
operator access to system with time and date
indication
Information retrieved through PC, printer, or
LCD display
History file can not be edited

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MR-2900 Communication Ports
6 Communication ports
- 2 Network
- General Purpose Port (central station,
remote annunciator, GRID II, etc.)
- Service Terminal
- Printer (Service use only)
- Serial Printer Interface for Integrated Strip
Printer

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General Purpose Port
MR-2109-3
- MR-2614 LED
Annunciator
- MR-2644 LCD
Annunciator

MR-2109-4
MR-GRID II Graphics
MV-2700 EVACs Voice
System
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Good news!
Introducing MR-2900KR kit starter
preconfigured to meet most demands:
MR-2900 main board
8 MEG memory as standard (free upgrading from 2MEG)
Red door, black backbox
24 zone LED
8 Class B or 4 Class A SLC (1x MR-2929)
8 Class B (Style Y) NAC (MR-2936)
120/240 dual voltage power supply

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MR-2900
POP Quiz

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MR-2900
POP Quiz
1. The MR-2900 has room for 4 initiating zone cards? T/F
Three one conventional and two others
2. The first slot for an zone card can be addressable or conventional? T / F
Conventional only
3. When there are dashes across the LED time clock, this means there is a
ground fault? Major system or configuration Fault T/F

4. When the LED clock is flashing, this means the system wants you to re-
enter the time? T/F

5. When you use the initiating circuits in a Class A configuration, the first 2
terminals are negative and the second set of terminals is positive? T / F
First 2 positive second 2 negative

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MR-2900
POP Quiz
6. The MR-2900 has a 60-character LCD read-out on the inner door? T / F
80 characters

7. The programming cable used on the MR-2900 is a standard RS-232


cable? T/F
NO! Special wiring of PIN out is MHI manual

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Remote
Annunciation
MR-2614EH Series
LED MIMIC DRIVER

MR-2644
LCD Annunciator

MR-2944 Series
LED/LCD Annunciators

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MR-2614

Annunciator driver module


- Ease of installation of LED annunciator to any
Modul-R control unit at any location
8 to 72 LED zone (Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble)
capability
Choice of alarm and supervisory with individual trouble
per zone or alarm and supervisory with common trouble
Audible trouble with silence switch

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MR-2614EH
Circuit board

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MR-2915
LED Driver board
for Graphics

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MR-2614/ 2915 Interface

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MR-2622
8 LED strip c/w driver used with 2614/2944
Annunciators

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Designed to meet the requirements of
NFPA 72
UL 864 listed, MEA and CSFM listings
pending
80-character (4 x 20) backlit LCD (Liquid
Crystal Display)
Six common system status lights: Alarm
(red), Supervisory (yellow), Trouble (yellow),
Monitor (yellow), AC On (green), and Ground
Fault (yellow)
Four system hotkeys for Ack, Silence,
Reset, and Lamp Test

MR-2644 Access-controlled Silence and Reset


hotkeys require the keyswitch to be in the
"enable" position
Four sets of scroll keys for Alarm,
Supervisory, Trouble, and Monitor
Up to eight MR-2644 can be connected to
the MR-2100/2200, MR-2400, or MR-2900 Fire
Alarm Control Panels
User-programmable supervision addresses
(eight options)

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MR-2644
The MR-2644 LCD Annunciator allows monitoring
and control of compatible Fire Alarm Control Panels
from anywhere within a facility.
Up to eight MR-2644's, each with a unique ID, can
be connected to each FACP.
A single MR-2644 can be located up to 9000 feet (2.7
km) from the control panel.
The MR-2644 display follows the display of the
FACP to which it is connected.
The MR-2644 connects to a MR-2100/2200 using the
FACPs annunciator port.
Connection between the MR-2644 and the MR-2900
requires the use of the MR- 2109-3 communications
board in the MR-2900 in order to drive Port 3.

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MR-2944
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MR-2944
Annunciator driver module
- Ease of installation of LED/LCD annunciator to any
MR-2900,or MR-2100/2200 control units
Up to 192 LED zone (Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble)
capability
Choice of alarm and supervisory with individual trouble
per zone or alarm and supervisory with common trouble
Audible trouble with silence switch
Optional LCD display
- Display of First/Last Alarm
- Manually controlled scrolling of Entries

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MR-2944 Main board

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MR-2910 Network Board

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MR-2944 w/ MR-2910

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MR-2944 Connections

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Graphic Annunciator
using MR-2915 Driver board
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Networking

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Networking
Secutron with its network expertise developed a system with true
network capability
Up to 254 MODUL-R Control or Annunciator Units can be
interconnected
- Using Style "7" wiring
One MODUL-R control unit will be software assigned as the Master
control unit
- No special hardware for master or head end required
Network system can easily be reconfigured at any time.
- Any control unit can be reconfigured as a Master
On loss of network communication each MODUL-R control unit will
operate independently
- Uploads events to history/audit trail when communication
restores

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NETWORK CARDS
MR-2910 series for MR-2900, MR-2944
MRNT22WR series for MR-2100/2200

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MR-2910 SERIES
MR-2910
Four (4) versions of the MR-2910
MR-2910R1 Network Card:
MR-2910 (Standard Version),
MR-2910R1 (Port 1 RS-232 Port 2
Standard),
MR-2910R2 (Port 1 Standard, Port 2
MR-2910R2 RS-232)
MR-2910R12 (RS-232 only)

Standard communications is used for


direct wiring between units.
MR-
RS-232 is used for connection to
2910R1/R2 fiber-optic transceivers.

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MR-2900
with
MR-2910

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MR-2944 with MR-2910

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MR22NTWR SEIRES
MR22NTWR MR22NTWR1

MR22NTWR2 MR22NTWR12

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Network wiring originates from COMLINK 1 of the Master
Terminates at COMLINK 2 (or C2+ and C2-) of the next node down the line.

MR-2900 Network
Wiring

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From this node the wiring again originates at COMLINK 1
C1+ and C1- of the annunciator
Terminates at COMLINK 2 (or C2+ and C2-) of the next panel
(or annunciator) and so forth...
For as many panels as are in the loop.

Network Wiring

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FO Transceivers
Multimode options:

850 nm, Multimode


Fiber:
62.5/125m up to 4 km
50/125m up to 2 km
Data interface: RS232
Models
MR-D1010-R1: single channel, 2 fibers
MR-D1010-R2: dual channel, 4 fibers

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FO Transceivers
Singlemode options:

1310 nm, Singlemode


Fiber: Singlemode 9/125m
Data interface: RS232
37 miles (60 km)
Models
MR-D1030-S1: single channel, 2 fibers
MR-D1030-S2: dual channel, 4 fibers

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MR-2900 Networking
with FO

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Integration with BMS

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Integration with BMS

Supported protocols:
MODBUS RTU
MODBUS TCP
BACKNET
LONWORKS

Hardware requirment:
MR-2109-4 (for MR-2900 only)
FieldServer bridges

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MHI Programming
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