Modules

DCP-SOM-A/-AI – CLASS A SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE

DCP-SOM-A/-AI

DCP-SOM-A/-AI

DCP-SOM-AI

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DCP-SOM-A

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DESCRIPTION

The Class A Supervised Output Modules (DCP-SOM-A & SOM-AI) have been designed to provide application flexibility and quick response to emergency conditions. Flexibility is provided by a wide range of operating modes, including supporting multi-zone operations, and/ or functions, up to 16 different modulation patterns and multi-state programming. The operating parameters for the DCP-SOM-A & -AI are maintained by the module and do not require individual communication with the control system during emergency conditions to operate.

The control panel simply broadcasts system conditions on the Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) and the DCP-SOM-A & -AI modules do the rest based upon the custom configuration. Each DCP-SOM-A & -AI provides a single Class B or Class A circuit rated for 2.0 Amps @ 24 VDC. Each DCP-SOM-A & -AI also requires a 24 VDC power source in addition to the SLC.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable Class A Supervised Output Modules (DCP-SOM-A & -AI). The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the fire alarm control panel. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall flash to indicate normal system communication .

The DCP-SOM-A & -AI shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4″ square or double gang electrical back box. The DCP-SOM-A & -AI shall provide a monitor LED that is visible from outside the cover plate.

STANDARD FEATURES

• Built-in SCI circuitry (SOM-AI only)
• Flexible application
• Quick response to emergency conditions
• Operation parameters are maintained by the module, and \ individual communication with the control system during emergency conditions is not required
• Contacts are rated 2.0 Amps @ 24VDC
• Programming is highly flexible providing 16 priority states plus zoning capability
• Programmed device output is turned off, silenced, or programmed to output the selected pattern
• UL 864 Listed


DCP-CZM CONVENTIONAL ZONE MODULE

DCP-CZM

DCP-CZM

DCP-CZM

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DESCRIPTION

The Hochiki Conventional Zone Module (DCP-CZM) is designed for use on an analog addressable Fire Alarm system. Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single SLC loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an onboard EEPROM. The module allows the panel to interface and monitor two-wire conventional detectors or pull stations. Each DCP-CZM transmits the status on one zone of devices (25 maximum per zone) back to the panel. It supervises the power supply as well as the entire zone of devices. Status conditions are reported as normal, open or alarm.

All 2-wire smoke detectors must be UL listed as compatible to be interfaced with the DCP-CZM. The interrupt driven Digital Communication Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. The module has a single bicolored
LED to indicate device status. It fits into a standard 4″ square or double gang electrical back box.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, Conventional Zone Module (DCP-CZM). The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki America Analog Control Panel Protocol. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall indicate device status.

The DCP-CZM shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4″ square or double gang electrical back box. The DCP-CZM shall provide a monitor LED that is visible from outside the cover plate.


DIMM – DUAL INPUT MONITOR MODULE

DIMM

DIMM

DCP-CZM

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DESCRIPTION

The Hochiki Dual Monitor Module (DIMM) is designed for use on the FireNET analog addressable system. It provides two independent contact monitoring circuits while only utilizing one address on the SLC loop.

Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single SLC loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an onboard EEPROM. The module can be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contact fire alarm and supervisory devices. The interrupt driven Digital Communication Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. The module has a single bi-colored LED to indicate device status. It fits into a standard 4″ square or double gang electrical back box.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable contact monitoring modules Hochiki DIMM. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki FireNET fire alarm control panel. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall indicate device status.

STANDARD FEATURES

• Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)
• 127 devices can be used per DCP loop
• Bi-colored indicating LED provides module status
• Dual input contact monitor
• Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts
• Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop
• Accepts up to 14 AWG wire
• Mounts to 4″ square gang box


CP-FRCME – FAST RESPONSE CONTACT MODULE

FRCME 4

FRCME 4

FRCME 4

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FRCME-P

FRCME-P

FRCME-S

FRCME-S

 

DESCRIPTION

The Hochiki FRCME Fast Response Contact Monitoring Modules are designed to be used with pull stations, water flow switches, and other applications requiring the monitoring of dry contact alarm initiating devices. The interrupt driven Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. Two different mounting configurations are provided to meet a wide range of applications. The FRCME contact monitoring module does not require a separate 24 VDC power source.

Each addressable contact monitoring module is programmed with its own unique Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) loop address. The device address is electrically programmable and stored in onboard EEPROM. Up to 127 devices can be placed on the Hochiki DCP SLC loop. The module supervises the wiring to the contact with an End Of Line (EOL) resistor. It can be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts. If a fault condition occurs in the wiring, the module sends a trouble status signal to the fire alarm control panel. When a change of status (contact changes state) is sensed by the FRCME, it sends an interrupt to the FireNET control panel indicating that an alarm has occurred.

The FRCME-P and FRCME-S are small package designs and are suitable for mounting in a small junction box behind a pull station or other monitored device.

The FRCME-4 is mounted to a cover plate for a 4″ square or double gang junction box. It contains a visible bi-colored indicating LED to provide module status.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable contact monitoring modules Hochiki DCP-FRCME-4, DCP-FRCME-S and FRCME-P. The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with the Hochiki FireNET fire alarm control panel. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM.

The FRCME-S and FRCME-P shall fit inside a single gang electrical back box. The FRCME-4 shall be supplied with a plastic face plate and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4″ square or double gang electrical back box. The FRCME-4 shall provide a monitor LED that is visible through the face plate.

STANDARD FEATURES

• Single input contact monitor
• Fast, reliable contact monitoring utilizing the Hochiki DCP (Digital Communications Protocol)
• Two different mounting configurations
• 127 devices can be used per DCP loop
• Bi-colored indicating LED provides module status (FRCME-4 only)
• Can be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contacts
• Operates on Class A or Class B SLC loop
• Accepts up to 14 AWG wire
• UL listed UL 864


SCI – SHORT CIRCUIT ISOLATOR

DCP-SCI

DCP-SCI

DCP-CZM

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OPERATION

* Class A Configuration Wiring:

The DCP-SCI short circuit isolator should be located between any devices on the SLC loop. In the event of a short on the SLC loop, the two adjacent isolators (closest isolators to the left and right of the shorted section) will activate and their respective LED indicators will be turned on. All devices between the active short circuit isolators will lose communication. This will prevent entire loop failure. Upon removal of the short condition, the DCP-SCIs will automatically restore the entire loop to the normal operating state.

* Class B Configuration Wiring:

The DCP-SCI short circuit isolator should be located between any devices on the SLC loop. In the event of a short on SLC loop, an isolator closest to the shorted section will activate and the LED will be turned on. All the devices beyond the shorted section will lose communication. Upon removal of the short condition, the DCP-SCI will automatically restore the entire loop to the normal operating state. For the best performance of DCP-SCI short circuit isolator, use class A configuration.

WIRING:
Note: All wiring must conform to local codes, ordinances and regulations.

1. Install module wiring in accordance with job drawings and appropriate wiring diagram.
2. Secure the module to an approved electrical box (supplied by installer).

MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS: 4″ SQ Electrical box or double gang.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the Hochiki DCP-SCI short circuit isolator. The modules shall be UL listed compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel loops. The isolator module must be suitable for mounting in a standard 4″ square electrical box or double gang. The isolator module must provide a yellow LED for indication of status.

STANDARD FEATURES

• Can be placed at any location on SLC loop
• Checks the line for short circuit at power up. If the line is normal, the relay will be returned on. If a line short is detected, the relay remains open
• Indication of a single short circuit by a yellow LED


DCP-SOM SUPERVISED OUTPUT MODULE

DCP-SOM

DCP-SOM

DCP-SOM

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DESCRIPTION

The Supervised Output Module (DCP-SOM), has been designed to provide application flexibility and quick response to emergency conditions. Flexibility is provided by a wide range of operating modes, including supporting multi-zone operations, and/or functions, up to 16 different modulation patterns and multi-state programming. The operating parameters for the DCPSOM are maintained by the module and do not require individual communication with the control system during emergency conditions to operate. The control panel simply broadcasts system conditions on the Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) and the DCP-SOMs do the rest based upon the custom configuration. Each DCP-SOM provides a Class B Individual Circuit rated for 2.0 Amps @ 24 VDC. Each DCP-SOM also requires a 24 Volt power source in addition to the SLC. Provide software controlled LED indication: blinks green or red when polled, or can be latched on.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, addressable Supervised Output Module (DCPSOM). The modules shall be UL listed and compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel loops. The device address shall be electrically programmable and stored in EEPROM. A bi-colored LED shall indicate device status.The DCP-SOM shall be supplied with a plastic cover and shall be suitable for mounting to a 4″ square or double gang electrical back box. The DCP-SOM shall provide a monitor LED that is visible from outside the cover plate.

STANDARD FEATURES

• UL 864 9th Edition Listed
• Flexible application
• Quick response to emergency conditions
• Operation parameters are maintained by the module, and individual communication with the control system during emergency conditions is not required
• Contacts are rated 2.0 Amps @ 24VDC
• Programming is highly flexible providing 16 priority states plus zoning capability

Program status:
• LED will flash red or green


DCP-R2M – DUAL RELAY MODULE

DCP-R2M

DCP-R2M

DCP-R2M

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DESCRIPTION

• Provides two independently configurable Form C contacts per address
• Contacts are rated 1.0 Amps @ 30 VDC or 0.5 Amp @ 125 VAC
• Up to127 devices can be used on each SLC loop
• Visible Bi-colored LED is software controlled and can be programmed to blink red or green when polled. The LED can be latched on when activated
• Programming is highly flexible providing 16 priority states plus zoning capability

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, the Hochiki DCP-R2M addressable relay module. The modules shall be UL listed compatible with Hochiki Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) supporting control panel loops. The relay module must provide two Form C dry contacts rated at 1A @ 30 VDC or 0.5A @ 125 VAC. The relay module must be suitable for mounting in a standard 4″ square electrical box. The relay module must provide a bi-colored LED for indication of status.

STANDARD FEATURES

• Provides two independently configurable Form C contacts per address
• Contacts are rated 1.0 Amps @ 30 VDC or 0.5 Amp @ 125 VAC
• Up to127 devices can be used on each SLC loop
• Visible Bi-colored LED is software controlled and can be programmed to blink red or green when polled. The LED can be latched on when activated
• Programming is highly flexible providing 16 priority states plus zoning capability