The AL602ULADA from ALTRONIX is an extremely cost effective 6.5 amp voltage regulated remote power supply/battery charger that may be connected to any 12 or 24 volt Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). Primary applications include Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC such as strobes and horns) expansion support to meet ADA requirements. The AL602ULADA provides auxiliary power to support system accessories. It delivers regulated and filtered 24 or 12 volt power to Class B or Class A NAC loop circuits. Additionally, a separate 1.0A auxiliary output with reset for four (4)-wire smoke detectors is available. The 6.5 amp rated supply current can be divided between the four (4) outputs for powering NAC devices. Each output is rated at 2.5 amp max. and can be independently programmed for Steady, Temporal Code 3 or Strobe Synchronization. In the AL602ULADA all the outputs may be programmed for Input to Output Follower Mode (output will follow input. i.e. March Time Input, March Time Output). An individual output of 4 amp is achieved by paralleling 2 outputs. In non-alarm condition independent loop supervision for Class A and/or Class B FACP NAC circuits is provided.In the AL602ULADA the event of a loop trouble the FACP will be notified via the steered input (input 1 or input 2). In addition, there are common trouble output terminals (NC, C and NO) which are used to indicate general loop/system trouble. A common trouble input is provided for optional NC (normally closed) devices to report trouble to the FACP. Two (2) FACP signaling outputs can be employed and directed to control supervision and power delivery to any combination of the four (4) outputs. The AL602ULADA also features “Loop Output” trouble memory indication to help identify troublesome sporatic problems. Model is available in a larger enclosure AL602ULADAJ.
- Short circuit and thermal overload protection.
- Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or gel type battery backup.
- Zero voltage drop upon transfer to battery backup
- AC input and DC output LED indicators.
- AC fails supervision
- Low battery and battery presence supervision
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