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  Siemens Building TechnologiesFire Safety P/N 315-034200-5INTRODUCTIONThe Model CDC-4 from Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. isa card that allows conventional detectors to be used on theFireFinder-XLS system. It provides four Class A or Class Bconventional detection zones. Each zone can support two-wirephotoelectric or ionization compatible smoke detectors and anunlimited number of normally open circuit closure devices. Themodule also supports Siemens Fire Safety flame and beamdetectors. The relay base, remote lamp and audible base mayalso be used with the CDC-4. The CDC-4 uses one networkaddress on the FireFinder-XLS system. It has diagnostic LEDindicators showing module status and the status of each zone.OPERATIONActivation of any device on the circuit initiates a zone alarm andcauses any previously programmed functions to operate. Anycircuit in an alarm or trouble condition is displayed on the PMI.The CDC-4 is designed to function in a local degrade modeduring failure of the FireFinder-XLS main processor or duringthe loss of the system communication network. While in thedegrade mode, the CDC-4 can report both alarm and troubleconditions and can activate local outputs on other moduleswithin the same enclosure.The maximum zone alarm current can be set to either 175mAor 100mA and is set in pairs for zones 1/2 and 3/4. When acompatible detector is selected in the Zeus Programming Tool,the maximum zone alarm current is automatically set by theCDC-4. Detectors requiring the 100mA zone current limit (seetable on page 11) cannot be used on the same zone pair asdetectors requiring the 175mA zone current limit (see table onpages 7-11).CDC-4 zones may be configured either as alarm-causing orsupervisory-causing, if allowed by the local Authority Having Jurisdiciton. Do not use shorting devices on circuits with accessories on them. The shortingdevices will lower the zone voltage to a point where the accessories will not operate. Figure 1CDC-4 Conventional Detector Card  Conventional Detector Card Installation InstructionsModel CDC-4  Siemens Building TechnologiesFire SafetyP/N 315-034200-52 Any or all of the CDC-4 circuits may be programmed to operate with Alarm Verifica-tion. This allows the automatic verification of alarm conditions caused by smokedetectors in order to prevent nuisance alarms. For further information, refer to theFireFinder-XLS Manual, P/N 315-033744. When upgrading the firmware in the CDC-4, be sure to check the PC board version.Version 2.0 and above firmware are only compatible with PC board P/N 580-034888.If version 2.0 or above firmware is uploaded into the older version of the CDC-4, thePMI displays “ROM SW Version Error”. The PC board revision number is printed onthe back of the CDC-4 board. Controls and IndicatorsThe front panel of the CDC-4 contains one reset switch, sixteen LEDs, and threeHNET address switches as shown in Figure 1A reset switch is located on the top of the front panel. Pushing the reset switch re-initializes the CDC-4 operation (similar to a cold boot).The LEDs follow the reset switch and their functions are defined as follows:POWER(Green)Normally ON. When illuminated, indi-cates that power for the CDC-4 is appliedto the card.CARD FAIL(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that the card microprocessor hasfailed.HNET FAIL(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that the HNET communication withthe CDC-4 has terminated and the cardgoes into degrade mode (applicable onlywhen card resides in the HNET network).GND FAULT(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that the CDC-4 has detected eithera negative or positive ground fault.ZONE 1 ALARM(Red)Normally OFF. When illuminated indi-cates that an alarm condition has beendetected in Zone 1. It will stay oncontinuously until the system is reset.ZONE 1 TROUBLE(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indicatesthat a trouble condition has been de-tected in Zone 1. It will stay on continu-ously until the condition is cleared.ZONE 1 CLASS A OPEN(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that there is a break in the Class Awiring in Zone 1.ZONE 2 ALARM(Red)Normally OFF. When illuminated indi-cates that an alarm condition has beendetected in Zone 2. It will stay oncontinuously until the system is reset.  Siemens Building TechnologiesFire SafetyP/N 315-034200-53 ZONE 2 TROUBLE(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indicatesthat a trouble condition has been de-tected in Zone 2. It will stay on continu-ously until the condition is cleared.ZONE 2 CLASS A OPEN(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that there is a break in the Class Awiring in Zone 2.ZONE 3 ALARM(Red)Normally OFF. When illuminated indi-cates that an alarm condition has beendetected in Zone 3. It will stay oncontinuously until the system is reset.ZONE 3 TROUBLE(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indicatesthat a trouble condition has been de-tected in Zone 3. It will stay on continu-ously until the condition is cleared.ZONE 3 CLASS A OPEN(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that there is a break in the Class Awiring in Zone 3.ZONE 4 ALARM(Red)Normally OFF. When illuminated indi-cates that an alarm condition has beendetected in Zone 4. It will stay oncontinuously until the system is reset.ZONE 4 TROUBLE(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indicatesthat a trouble condition has been de-tected in Zone 4. It will stay on continu-ously until the condition is cleared.ZONE 4 CLASS A OPEN(Yellow)Normally OFF. When illuminated, indi-cates that there is a break in the Class Awiring in Zone 4.Three rotary dial switches at the bottom of the front panel are used to set the HNETnetwork address of the CDC-4.PRE-INSTALLATIONThe network address switches must be set prior to inserting the card into the CC-5(refer to Figure 1): Network Address Switches:  Set the three-digit HNET network address for theCDC-4 using the three rotary dial address switches located near the bottom of thefront panel. (Refer to Figure 1 for the location of the switches.) The address for theCDC-4 must be the same as the address selected for it in the Zeus ProgrammingTool. To set the address, turn the pointers on each of the three dials to the numbersfor the selected address. For example, if the address is 123, set the pointer for theHUNDREDS dial to “1”, set the pointer for the TENS dials to “2”, and set the pointerfor the the ONES dial to “3”. The range of allowable addresses is from 001 to 251(leading zeros must be used).  N T HUNDREDSTENSONES  Siemens Building TechnologiesFire SafetyP/N 315-034200-54 WIRING Remove all system power before installation, first battery, then AC. (To power up,connect the AC first, then the battery.) All device field wiring to the CDC-4 is connected to the terminal blocks of the CC-5card cage slot in which it is installed.To Connect the External Wiring:1.Loosen the screw of theterminal by turning it counter-clockwise.2.Insert the wire into the side ofthe terminal block3.Tighten the screw of theterminal block by turning itclockwise.Connect +24V from PSC-12 to terminal17 and -24V from PSC-12 to terminal 18of the slot in the CC-5 where the CDCwill be installed using 12-18 AWG (Referto Fig.2).Refer to Figure 3. All circuits are powerlimited to NFPA 70 per NEC 760. Eachdetector or group of detectors must usea two-wire circuit of at least 18 AWG,thermoplastic fixture wire, enclosed inconduit. If permitted by local buildingcodes, 18 AWG limited energy, shieldedcable without conduit may also be used.The CDC-4 may be connected to existingdevice loops that have a 3.9K or 4.7Kend-of-line resistor ( 1  /  4 W, 5%) or a 50uF,50V end-of-line capacitor installed. Always use a 50uF, 50V end-of-line capacitor fornew installations and whenever practical in existing detector loops for all detectormodels except the Siemens PBA-1191, which requires a 4.7K end-of-line resistor, asshown in Figure 3.Total circuit resistance must not exceed 70 ohms—40 ohms if accessories (relay/ audible bases) are used.Each detector zone can be wired Class A or Class B individually.  The screw terminals can accommodate one 12 -18 AWG or two 16-18 AWG.All unused zones must be terminated with a 50uF capacitor (Terminals 1 and 4 forZone 1, Terminals 5 and 8 for Zone 2, Terminals 9 and 12 for Zone 3, and Terminals 13and 16 for Zone 4). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 10 11 12 13 14 15 16       L      I      N      E     +      (        O       U       T      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        O       U       T      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        O       U       T      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        O       U       T      )         L      I      N      E   -       (        O       U       T      )         L      I      N      E   -       (        O       U       T      )        L      I      N      E   -       (        O       U       T      )        L      I      N      E   -       (        O       U       T      )        L      I      N      E   -       (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E   -       (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E   -       (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E   -       (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )        L      I      N      E     +      (        R      E      T      U       R      N      )         2      4      V     +      2      4      V   – ZONE 1ZONE 3TO 24VDC FROM PSC-12ZONE 2ZONE 4ONE SLOT OF CC-5 FOR CDC-4 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Figure 2 Wiring 24V Power Lines 
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