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Addressable Manual Call Point

Referencia: MAD-450

Description

The range of MAD-400 modules has been developed to offer a wide and complete range of input and output ports to be used with DETNOV's CAD-150 family of analogue fire control panels. These modules let you manage a wide variety of situations, by monitoring and acting according to the installation's requirements.

The MAD-400 modules have been designed to facilitate their installation process, and they may be installed using screws or fitted into a DIN rail. Each module is equipped with removable terminal blocks and a LED status indicator.

The analogue MAD-450 is an essential element for manual alarm generation in an analogue system. The manual call point is directly connected to the loop and must get an address in the loop with the PGD-200 programmer. The manual call point is equipped with an LED status indicator that blinks when it is polled by the control panel, and is switched on when it is pressed in order to generate an alarm.

Features

     Resettable call point
     Optional protection cover
     Key for a maintenance test included
     Two-wire connection with non-polarity
     Loop-powered unit
     Connections through removable terminal blocks, and simple fitting of the cable
     EN54-11 approved

Aplications

Analogue manual call points are the elements used to force an alarm state on the system.

Technical features

Module
Loop features:
   Operating voltage: From 22 to 38VDC
   Quiescent current consumption: < 300 μA
   Alarm current consumption: < 3 mA


Connections
2 x 1.5 mm2 twisted and shielded cable

Environment
Operating temperature: From -10ºC to +70ºC
Relative humidity: 95% without condensation
IP Index: IP40


Physical features
Size: 98 mm x 98 mm x 48 mm
Material: ABS


Approvals
EN54-11
Certificate number: 0370-CPD-1183

Dimensions

Size: 98 mm x 98 mm x 48 mm

Documents

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MAD-450_CPD-1183-EN.pdf

MAD-450_Manual_ES_FR_EN_IT.pdf

MAD-450_CE.pdf

MAD-450_11-0370-CPR-1183.pdf