The RA100Z System Sensor, National Fire Protection Association has published codes, standards, and recommended practices for the installation and use of the above appliance. It is recommended that the installer be familiar with these requirements, with local codes, and any special requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction.
The models RA100Z System Sensor & RA100ZA remote annunciators are polarized devices designed for both conventional and intelligent applications. They have been designed using an active current regulator so that the maximum current required from the system is 10mA when the input voltage is within the specified voltage range.
Installation RA100Z System Sensor
The remote annunciator is intended to be mounted to a single gang electrical outlet box. The wiring must be in compliance with all codes. The device must be operated within its published specifications.
Wire the remote annunciator according to the instructions supplied with the device being monitored. The polarity of the incoming wires must be observed and connected to the proper terminals “+” and “–”. The provided jumper must be installed for use with System Sensor Conventional systems. To install a jumper: slide jumper over both pins.
Specifications RA100Z System Sensor
Conventional System: 3.1 to 32 VDC — (Installation of jumper required).
Intelligent System: 18 to 32 VDC — (Do not install jumper).
Maximum Alarm Current: 10 mA maximum.
Temperature Range: –10° to 60°C (14° to 140°F).
Listing: UL, FM, CE.