Actionpac LITE 80 Panel Installation RELEASE 1.1 AUGUST 2017
- PAGE 1 - ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE DEVICE This product forms part of a life safety system. Failure to correctly store, handle, install and maintain the product will directly put at risk the lives of the occupants and the fabric of the building. Always READ this document BEFORE INSTALLATION. Please Retain for future reference. Actionpac LITE 80 Panel Installation Datasheet Actionpac LITE 80 Panel Installation RELEASE 1.1 AUGUST 2017
- PAGE 2 - Mounting • Only use the mounting brackets provided. • The height of the unit above the floor level should be chosen so that the centre of the PC is just above normal eye level (approximately 1.5 m). • The unit should be placed in a naturally vented area and this area should be considered fire safe and free from high levels of shock and vibration. • Conditions should not arise which may allow the temperature in this area to reach or exceed the operating temperature of the unit. • Do not locate the unit where access to its internal components and connections are restricted. • Flush mounted panel option available. WARNING: Observe all health and safety procedures when lifting or moving this equipment. Preparation • Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace or service this equipment. Installation should be in accordance with the relevant local safety standards. • The mains wiring should comply with IEC 60227 or IEC 60245. • A switch or circuit breaker should be included as part of the installation. • The switch or circuit breaker should meet the relevant requirements of IEC 60947-1 and IEC 60947-3. • The switch or circuit breaker should be in close proximity to the equipment and be within easy reach of the operator. • The switch or circuit breaker should be marked as the disconnecting device for the equipment and should disconnect both poles of the supply. • The switch or circuit breaker should not interrupt the protected earth conductor. • This equipment MUST be earthed. Mounting Diagram Panel size & weight H x W x D(mm) Approx weight Handling Size: 500 x 500 x 210 15 kg One person Wire mains supply feed in right hand side of top gland plate UPS Batteries Control panels fitted with a Phoenix Contact battery are supplied with battery fuses removed and cable tied to the battery for installation prior to power being turned on. These batteries leave Safegard fully charged. Should the panel be placed in storage for more than 4 months, it is recommended that the power be applied to the panel to allow the battery charge to be maintained. Actionpac LITE 80 Panel Installation RELEASE 1.1 AUGUST 2017
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- Disconnect the local supply before commencing any work on this equipment.
- Wire the mains supply feed in accordance with wiring diagram 1. When complete, secure the mains cable using the cable gland.
- Wire the incoming mains cable in accordance with wiring diagram 2.
- Wire the incoming live (brown) and neutral (blue) wires to the mains terminal.
- Connect the incoming earth (green and yellow) wire to the protected earth stud using a ring connector. This connector must be fitted and secured independently using the shake proof washer and nut provided. The floating panel earth wire should be connected on top of this using the additional shake proof washer and nut provided.
- The mains cable should be fitted in such a manner that, should the cable be subject to strain, the earth wire would be the last wire to break loose.
- Finally, the mains wires should be tie wrapped to prevent slippage. Once wiring is complete, apply power to the equipment. Wiring Diagram 1 (Mains supply feed) CIRCUIT BREAKER OR SWITCH GLAND Wiring Diagram 2 (Incoming mains cable) GLAND PROTECTIVE EARTH STUD L N E Actionpac LITE 80 Panel Installation RELEASE 1.1 AUGUST 2017
- PAGE 4 - Inputs • The volt free input terminals are numbered 201, 202, 203, etc. • Wire the first input as shown across and repeat for subsequent inputs. • Please note that inputs are not optically isolated. • The input cable diameter should be 1mm2 or 1.5mm2 • Limit cable runs to 100m and avoid running input cables near sources of mains or noisy environments. Outputs • The relay output terminals are numbered 401, 402, 403, etc. • Wire the first output as shown across and repeat for subsequent outputs. • It is the user’s responsibility to ensure the switched equipment is adequately protected. • As a precautionary measure, a standard 1AT fuse is used to protect each output irrespective of it switching 24 V or mains. The value of this fuse may have to be modified in accordance with the user’s requirements. The user is responsible for the replacement policies of any fuses whose value deviates from the standard 1 AT fuse supplied. • The non-fused terminals 401, 403, 405, etc. should be regarded as the output terminals to the switched equipment. • The fused terminals 402, 404, 406, etc. should be regarded as the input terminals from the switched equipment. The two terminal wires from each output should be tie wrapped together to prevent slippage. Maintenance Mains terminal fuse replacements: 1AT 250 VAC Output terminal fuse replacement: 1AT 250 VAC Suggested replacement: Bussman S504 series. Input Wiring Output Wiring External switched equipment 401 402 1 AT 201 202 External switched equipment 401 402 1 AT 201 202 INPUT Terminal Number INPUT 1 201, 202 INPUT 2 203, 204 ETC. OUTPUT Feed (Fused) Terminal Return Terminal Output 1 402 401 Output 2 404 403 ETC. Actionpac LITE 80 Panel Installation RELEASE 1.1 AUGUST 2017
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Input voltage (230 ± 23) V AC, 50 Hz
Maximum power consumption 750 VA
Contact type Non-isolated dry contacts
Sense current 15 mA at 12 V DC
Contact type SPCO mechanical
Maximum switched load 1 A at 230 V AC
Environmental Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C Storage temperature -15 °C to 45 °C Humidity 80 % RH to 31 °C decreasing
1 A at 30 V DC
Maximum altitude 2000 m Conformance EMC EN 61326-1: 2006 +Corr 1 +Corr 2
linearly to 50 % RH at 40 °C
standard for railway environments and London underground) LVD EN 61010-1: 2010 +Corr 1: 2011 Networks • The network terminals are numbered 101, 102... • Wire the first network as shown across and repeat for the other network. • It is recommended that the network cables are not run alongside any high voltage or high frequency sources. Also, network cables must not be mixed on an individual network as they have very different electrical characteristics and could render the system unreliable. Network Wiring 101 102 To network devices NETWORK Terminal Number NETWORK 1 101, 102 NETWORK 2 103, 104 Unit 33, Southern Cross Business Park, Bray, Co. Wicklow, A98 HT99, Ireland T: +353 1 2761600 F: +353 1 2761611 E: email@example.com www.safegard.ie Complies with European standards WARNING: The responsible body shall be made aware that, if the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. The information herein is subject to change without notice. We do not assume any liability arising out of the use of this product. Purchase of goods and services is subject to Safegard Systems standard terms and conditions. Product warranty 12 months from date of delivery. Swegon Air Management, South Street, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 3DU, UK T: 01227 276100 F: 01227 264262 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.actionair.co.uk Actionair and Safegard are brand names of Swegon Air Management and Safegard Systems respectively and both companies are part of the Swegon Group.
EN 50121-4: 2006 (EN harmonized