The Siemens FDCIO422 Module 120V will contain microcomputer-chip (SureWire) technology and is polarity insensitive. After all the I/O module achieves the state of an `intelligent device’ through its highly advance method of address program and supervision that combined with its sophisticated, bi-directional FACP communication. Not to mention the relay and contact-device inputs for Model FDCIO422 are administering at the same address. From the Design Fire Safety FACP, the relays, and input contacts are run in a separate function. Another key point is that the relay is typical will be used where the control or shunting of external equipment is required. Four (4) independent input/output circuits usually are accept in one (1) Model FDCIO422 module.
The four (4) input / (4) output interface Siemens FDCIO422 Module 120V is design to give the means of interfacing direct shorting devices to the Device Loop Card (Model DLC), as well as the Desigo Fire Safety fire-alarm control panels (FACPs).
Also, each Model FDCIO422 interface module is compatible with the Siemens field-device programmer/test unit (Model DPU), which is a compact, portable, and menu-driven accessory for electronically programming and testing Model FDCIO422 promptly and reliably.
Additionally, all power-limited wiring of course must have to enter the outlet box separately from the electric light, power, class 1, or non-power limited fire protection signaling conductors. And in addition for the FDCIO422; wiring to the terminal block for line and inputs must enter the outlet box separately from the terminals for outputs.
In conclusion, some of the characters are:
- Light-emitting diode (LED) display of each input / output status
- Supports ‘Class A’ and ‘Class B’ input-circuit wiring
- Polarity insensitive utilizing SureWireTM technology
- Microprocessor-controlled signal evaluation
- Two-wire installation, per addressable loop
- Power supply via C-NET module
- Communication via C-NET
- Individual addressing