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PW Fire Station 52 - Alerting System Wiring & InstallationCity of San Rafael ♦ California Agreement for Informal Bids Fire Station #52 — Alerting System Wiring & Installation This Agreement is made and entered into this I - "day of ��"K '� , 2019 by and between the City of San Rafael (hereinafter called City) and Beck Communications (hereinafter called Contractor). Witnesseth, that the City and the Contractor, for the considerations hereinafter named, agree as follows: 1. Scope of the Work. The Contractor hereby agrees to furnish all of the materials, equipment, and labor necessary to perform the work for the project entitled "Fire Station #52 — Alerting System Wiring & Installation", all in accordance with the requirements and provisions of the Construction Plans and Fire Station Alerting System Submittal Rev. 1 attached hereto as Attachments A & B. 2. Prevailing Wages. Pursuant to the requirements of California Labor Code Section 1771, and San Rafael Municipal Code Section 11.50.180 (C), the general prevailing wage in the locality in which the work is to be performed, for each craft or type of worker needed to execute the contract, shall be followed. 3. Bonds. The Contractor shall provide and maintain during the course of the project, a Payment Bond and a Faithful Performance Bond issued by a surety admitted in California, to cover the work under this Agreement, both in the amount of $26,750.00, The Payment Bond shall comply with the requirements of California Civil Code sections 9550 through 9554. Both the Faithful Performance and Payment Bonds shall contain a provision for the surety's waiver notice of any changes to the contract underlying the bond. 4. Time of Completion. (a) The work to be performed under this Contract shall be commenced within Five (5) Working Days after the date of written notice by the City to the Contractor to proceed. (b) All work, including punchlist items, shall be completed within 25 Working Days, and with such reasonable extensions of time as may be requested by Contractor and approved by City. 5. Liquidated Damages. It is agreed that, if all the work required by the contract is not finished or completed within the number of working days as set forth in the contract, damage will be sustained by the City, and that it is and will be impracticable and extremely difficult to ascertain and determine the actual damage which the City will sustain in the event of and by reason of such delay; and it is therefore agreed that the Contractor will pay to the City, the sum of $500 for each and every working day's delay in finishing the work in excess of the number of working days prescribed above; and the Contractor agrees to pay said liquidated damages herein provided for, and further agrees that the City may deduct the amount thereof from any moneys due or that may become due the Contractor under the contract. 6. The Contract Sum. The City shall pay to the Contractor for the performance of the Contract the amounts determined for the total number of each of the untis for work in the following scheduled completed at the unit price stated. The number of units contained in this schedule is approximately only, and the final payment shall be made for the actual number of units that are incorporated in or made necessary by the work covered by the Contract, provided that the total compensation under this Contract shall not exceed $26,750.00 unless a written amendment is executed by the City and the Contractor. Agreement • 1 X1-1-Iqs BID ITEMS ITEM DESCRIPTION ESTIMATED UNIT UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE QUANTITY Wiring and installation of fire alerting system 1' per Comtech and MMA documents 1 LS ri $26,750.00 — $26,750.00 GRAND TOTAL BID $26.750.00 7. Progress Payments. (a) On not later than the 6th day of every month the Public Works Department shall prepare and submit an estimate covering the total quantities under each item of work that have been completed from the start of the job up to and including the 25th day of the preceding month, and the value of the work so completed determined in accordance with the schedule of unit prices for such items together with such supporting evidence as may be required by the City and/or Contractor . (b) As soon as possible after the preparation of the estimate, the City shall, after deducting previous payments made, pay to the Contractor 95% of the amount of the estimate as approved by the Public Works Department. (c) The Contractor may elect to receive 100% of payments due under the contract from time to time, without retention of any portion of the payment by the public agency, by depositing securities of equivalent value with the public agency in accordance with the provisions of Section 22300 of the Public Contract Code. Such securities, if deposited by the Contractor, shall be valued by the City's Finance Director, whose decision on valuation of the securities shall be final. 8. Acceptance and Final Payment. (a) Upon receipt of written notice that the work is ready for final inspection and acceptance, the Engineer shall within 5 days make such inspection, and when he finds the work acceptable under the Contract and the Contract fully performed, he will promptly issue a Notice of Completion, over his own signature, stating that the work required by this Contract has been completed and is accepted by him under the terms and conditions thereof, and the entire balance found to be due the Contractor, shall be paid to the Contractor by the City as soon as possible, (b) Before final payment is due the Contractor shall submit evidence satisfactory to the Engineer that all payrolls, material bills, and other indebtedness connected with work have been paid, except that in case of disputed indebtedness or liens the Contractor may submit in lieu of evidence of payment a surety bond satisfactory to the City guaranteeing payment of all such disputed amounts when adjudicated in cases where such payment has not already been guaranteed by surety bond. (c) The making and acceptance of the final payment shall constitute a waiver of all claims by the City, other than those arising from any of the following: (1) unsettled liens; (2) faulty work appearing within 12 months after final payment; (3) requirements of the specifications; or (4) manufacturers' guarantees. It shall also constitute a waiver of all claims by the Contractor, except those previously made and still unsettled. Such payment shall be made under the terms and conditions governing final payment, except that it shall not constitute a waiver of claims. 9. Insurance. (a). Scope of Coverage. During the term of this Agreement, Contractor shall maintain, at no expense to City, the following insurance policies: 1. A commercial general liability insurance policy in the minimum amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence -two million dollars ($2,000,000) aggregate, for death, bodily injury, personal injury, or property damage. 2. An automobile liability (owned, non -owned, and hired vehicles) insurance policy in the minimum amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) dollars per occurrence. Agreement • 2 3. If it employs any person, Contractor shall maintain worker's compensation insurance, as required by the State of California, with statutory limits, and employer's liability insurance with limits of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease.. Contractor's worker's compensation insurance shall be specifically endorsed to waive any right of subrogation against City. (b) Other Insurance Requirements. The insurance coverage required of the Contractor in subparagraph (a) of this section above shall also meet the following requirements: 1. The insurance policies shall be specifically endorsed to include the City, its officers, agents, employees, and volunteers, as additional insureds under the policies. 2. The additional insured coverage under Contractor's insurance policies shall be "primary and noncontributory" with respect to any insurance or coverage maintained by City and shall not call upon City insurance or self- insurance coverage for any contribution. The "primary and noncontributory" coverage in Contractor's policies shall be at least as broad as ISO form CG20 0104 13. 3. The insurance policies shall include, in their text or by endorsement, coverage for contractual liability and personal injury. 4. By execution of this Contract, Contractor hereby grants to City a waiver of any right to subrogation which any insurer of Contractor may acquire against City by virtue of the payment of any loss under such insurance. Contractor agrees to obtain any endorsement that may be necessary to effect this waiver of subrogation, but this provision applies regardless of whether or not City has received a waiver of subrogation endorsement from the insurer. 5. If the insurance is written on a Claims Made Form, then, following termination of this Agreement, said insurance coverage shall survive for a period of not less than five years. 6. The insurance policies shall provide for a retroactive date of placement coinciding with the effective date of this Agreement. 7. The limits of insurance required in this Agreement may be satisfied by a combination of primary and umbrella or excess insurance. Any umbrella or excess insurance shall contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage shall also apply on a primary and noncontributory basis for the benefit of City (if agreed to in a written contract or agreement) before City's own insurance or self-insurance shall be called upon to protect it as a named insured. 8. It shall be a requirement under this Agreement that any available insurance proceeds broader than or in excess of the specified minimum insurance coverage requirements and/or limits shall be available to City or any other additional insured party. Furthermore, the requirements for coverage and limits shall be: (1) the minimum coverage and limits specified in this Agreement; or (2) the broader coverage and maximum limits of coverage of any insurance policy or proceeds available to the named insured; whichever is greater. (c) Deductibles and SIR's. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions in Contractor's insurance policies must be declared to and approved by the City, and shall not reduce the limits of liability. Policies containing any self-insured retention (SIR) provision shall provide or be endorsed to provide that the SIR may be satisfied by either the named insured or City or other additional insured party. At City's option, the deductibles or self-insured retentions with respect to City shall be reduced or eliminated to City's satisfaction, or Contractor shall procure a bond guaranteeing payment of losses and related investigations, claims administration, attorney's fees and defense expenses. (d) Proof of Insurance. Contractor shall provide to the City all of the following: (1) Certificates of Insurance evidencing the insurance coverage required in this Agreement; (2) a copy of the policy declaration page and/or endorsement page listing all policy endorsements for the commercial general liability policy, and (3) excerpts of policy language or specific endorsements evidencing the other insurance requirements set forth in this Agreement. City reserves the right to obtain a Agreement • 3 full certified copy of any insurance policy and endorsements from Contractor. Failure to exercise this right shall not constitute a waiver of the right to exercise it later. The insurance shall be approved as to form and sufficiency by City. 10. Indemnification. (a) Contractor shall, to the fullest extent permitted by law, indemnify, release, defend with counsel approved by City, and hold harmless City, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers (collectively, the "City Indemnitees"), from and against any claim, demand, suit, judgment, loss, liability or expense of any kind, including but not limited to attorney's fees, expert fees and all other costs and fees of litigation, (collectively "CLAIMS"), arising out of Contractor's performance of its obligations or conduct of its operations under this Agreement. The Contractor's obligations apply regardless of whether or not a liability is caused or contributed to by the active or passive negligence of the City Indemnitees. However, to the extent that liability is caused by the active negligence or willful misconduct of the City Indemnitees, the Contractor's indemnification obligation shall be reduced in proportion to the City Indemnitees' share of liability for the active negligence or willful misconduct. In addition, the acceptance or approval of the Contractor's work or work product by the City or any of its directors, officers or employees shall not relieve or reduce the Contractor's indemnification obligations. In the event the City Indemnitees are made a party to any action, lawsuit, or other adversarial proceeding arising from Contractor's performance of or operations under this Agreement, Contractor shall provide a defense to the City Indemnitees or at City's option reimburse the City Indemnitees their costs of defense, including reasonable attorneys' fees, incurred in defense of such claims. (b) The defense and indemnification obligations of this Agreement are undertaken in addition to, and shall not in any way be limited by, the insurance obligations contained in this Agreement, and shall survive the termination or completion of this Agreement for the full period of time allowed by law. 11. Nondiscrimination. Contractor shall not discriminate, in any way, against any person on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin or disability in connection with or related to the performance of its duties and obligations under this Agreement. 12. Compliance with All Laws. Contractor shall observe and comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, ordinances, codes and regulations, in the performance of its duties and obligations under this Agreement. Contractor shall perform all services under this Agreement in accordance with these laws, ordinances, codes and regulations. Contractor shall release, defend, indemnify and hold harmless City, its officers, agents and employees from any and all damages, liabilities, penalties, fines and all other consequences from any noncompliance or violation of any laws, ordinances, codes or regulations. 13. No Third Party Beneficiaries. City and Contractor do not intend, by any provision of this Agreement, to create in any third party, any benefit or right owed by one party, under the terms and conditions of this Agreement, to the other party. 14. Notices. All notices and other communications required or permitted to be given under this Agreement, including any notice of change of address, shall be in writing and given by personal delivery, or deposited with the United States Postal Service, postage prepaid, addressed to the parties intended to be notified. Notice shall be deemed given as of the date of personal delivery, or if mailed, upon the date of deposit with the United States Postal Service. Notice shall be given as follows: To City: Public Works Director City of San Rafael 111 Morphew Street San Rafael, CA 94901 To Contractor: Beck Communications 1320 Industrial Dr., Ste. G Petaluma, CA 94952 AMn: Barry Yant Agreement • 4 15. Independent Contractor. For the purposes, and for the duration, of this Agreement, Contractor, its officers, agents and employees shall act in the capacity of an Independent Contractor, and not as employees of the City. Contractor and City expressly intend and agree that the status of Contractor, its officers, agents and employees be that of an Independent Contractor and not that of an employee of City. 16. Entire Agreement; Amendments. (a) The terms and conditions of this Agreement, all exhibits attached, and all documents expressly incorporated by reference, represent the entire Agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. (b) This written Agreement shall supersede any and all prior agreements, oral or written, regarding the subject matter between the Contractor and the City. (c) No other agreement, promise or statement, written or oral, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement, shall be valid or binding, except by way of a written amendment to this Agreement. (d) The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall not be altered or modified except by a written amendment to this Agreement signed by the Contractor and the City. (e) If any conflicts arise between the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and the terms and conditions of the attached exhibits or the documents expressly incorporated by reference, the terms and conditions of this Agreement shall control. 17. Waivers. The waiver by either party of any breach or violation of any teen, covenant or condition of this Agreement, or of any ordinance, law or regulation, shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other term, covenant, condition, ordinance, law or regulation, or of any subsequent breach or violation of the same or other term, covenant, condition, ordinance, law or regulation. The subsequent acceptance by either party of any fee, performance, or other consideration which may become due or owing under this Agreement, shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any preceding breach or violation by the other party of any term, condition, covenant of this Agreement or any applicable law, ordinance or regulation. 18. City Business License; Other Taxes. Contractor shall obtain and maintain during the duration of this Agreement, a City business license as required by the San Rafael Municipal Code Contractor shall pay any and all state and federal taxes and any other applicable taxes. City shall not be required to pay for any work performed under this Agreement, until Contractor has provided City with a completed Internal Revenue Service Form W-9 (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification). 19. Warranty. (a) Except as otherwise expressly provided in the Agreement, and excepting only items of routine maintenance, ordinary wear and tear and unusual abuse or neglect by City, Contractor warrants and guarantees all work executed and all supplies, materials and devices of whatsoever nature incorporated in or attached to the work, or otherwise provided as a part of the work pursuant to the Agreement, to be absolutely free of all defects of workmanship and materials for a period of one year after final acceptance of the entire work by the City. Contractor shall repair or replace all work or material, together with any other work or material that may be displaced or damaged in so doing, that may prove defective in workmanship or material within this one year warranty period without expense or charge of any nature whatsoever to City. (b) In the event that Contractor shall fail to comply with the conditions of the foregoing warranty within ten (10) days after being notified of the defect in writing, City shall have the right, but shall not be obligated, to repair, or obtain the repair of, the defect and Contractor shall pay to City on demand all costs and expense of such repair. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in the event that any defect in workmanship or material covered by the foregoing warranty results in a condition that constitutes an immediate hazard to public health or safety, or any property interest, or any person, City shall have the right to immediately repair, or cause to be repaired, such defect, and Contractor shall pay to City on demand all costs and expense of such repair. The foregoing statement relating to hazards to health, safety or property shall be deemed to include both temporary and permanent repairs that may be required as determined in the sole discretion and judgment of City. Agreement • 5 (c) In addition to the above, the Contractor shall make a written assignment of any applicable manufacturers' and other product warranties to the City, prior to completion and final acceptance of the work by City. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, City and Contractor have caused their authorized representatives to execute this Agreement the day and year first written above. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL: ( ). 4—D Jim Schu}z------' City Manager ATTEST: Lindsay Lara City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: 2 " I r IF C-1 C , - a kRobei7 F. 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Fy KJ •J .JKOK QM OF UQ O> Y..n lw- 0Tm au a N aU Mty� ¢ Z moo Q-QoU Oj yl -y Uaa Q� y m F a K Z W U a H. 0 0 U n U~ E 3 T W U m< Z O U aQ W m 2 K F .i m 0= 0? W d 2 W W p w O C la - N OEO>- wm O mz gm, aau Z JOaO�UOz O�wFOUNU O az7 xoza2 -m i a7�FaO Zmu w ixz qa �ou is �3u?<zaa ��< dUQxJa m U O W LL Kyd dQ m Umnmuz w<< U QaNQ co-uw BoS�u. °w =�LL-u 0 a O Om N WUF ;'z OJ EOW> ow�°m K<a aay oa yaO� ZZ >O Opd� Io zo Woa❑ u<ZLLZ r a pUz Ha IM zaWIOW rw va 3< Z Q J LL. 0 0 J Q U U w J W Z J_ m Z o O n Q ° N W 25 < LL u ENGINEERINGthompa Submittal Review May 31, 2018 Mary McGrath Architects 1212 Broadway, Suite 401 Oakland, CA 94612 Attn: Sayre Laflin Re: San Rafael Fire Station 52 210 Third Street The attached FIRE STATION ALERTING SYSTEM SUBMITTAL REV 1 has been reviewed for use on the above project. SHOP DRAWING REVIEW APPROVED AS NOTED ■ APPROVED AS CORRECTED ❑ REVISE AND RESUBMIT ❑ NOT APPROVED ❑ COMMENTS ATTACHED ❑ Approval Is only for conformance with the design concept of the project and compliance with the Information given In the contract documents The contractor Is responsible for dimensions and quantities, which are to be confirmed and correlated at the lob site, for Information that pertains solely to the fabrication process or the techniques of construction, and for coordination of the work of all trades THOMA ELECTRIC, INC. Date. 05 31 2018 BY CMJ Sincerely, Comments: Comtech Added volume control switch at all restrooms in lieu of integral volume control at speakers. Comtech Added Central Dorm Controller outside Bedrooms. Note: It is the intent of this submittal review to work in conjunction with the contractor to review equipment design and performance criteria to determine that it meets the original design intent. It is the responsibility of the contractor to ensure component quantity counts and in no way eliminates the requirements as specified in the project specifications and / or project drawings. Christopher M. Jose Thoma Electric, Inc. K.\ENG\2015\15-8124`'CORRESP\SUBMITTAL\2018-05-16 fire stration alerting system shop drawings\2018-05-31_FS 52_ FIRE STATION ALERTYING SYTEM REV1 THOMA 15-8124.doc Page 1 of 1 3562 Empleo, Ste. C — P.O. Box 1167 San Luis Obispo, California 93406 (805)543-3850 FAX (805)543-3829 ATTACHMENT B ALTEN Alten Construction 1141 Marina Way S Richmond, California 94804 Phone: (510) 234-4200 Fax (510) 234-4402 Submittal #26 00 00-3 Rev. 1 26 00 00 - Electrical Project: 201707 - Fire Station # 52 210 Third Street San Rafael California 94901 Fire Station Alerting System Shop Drawings and Product Data SPEC SECTION: 26 00 00 Electrit;a' CREATED BY: STATUS: Open DATE CREATED: 05/10/2018 ISSUE DATE. 05/10/2018 REVISION: 1 RESPONSIBLE Mike Brown Electric Co RECEIVED FROM: Gregg Mills CONTRACTOR: RECEIVED DATE: 0510/2018 SUBMIT BY: 05110/2018 FINAL DUE DATE: 06,06/2018 LOCATION: TYPE: COST CODE: BALL IN COURT. Mary McGrath (Mary McGrath Architects), Jamie Milliner (Kitchell Construction Management) DISTRIBUTION: :had Casper (Alten Construction, Inc.) , Eric Onick (Alten Construction, Inc.) , Jorge Meza (Kitchell Construction Management) , Hank 0agenals (Kitchell Construction Management) , Mary McGrath (Mary McGrath Architects) , Sayre Laflin (Mary McGrath Architects) Jamie Milliner (Kitchell Construction Management) , I ella Recoder (Kitchell Construction Management) , Faby Guillen-Urfer (City of San Rafael) Max Lamen (Alten Construction, Inc.) DESCRIPTION: F and attached for Submittal: 28 31 00-2.0 Fire Station Alerting System for your approval See attached submittal. 26 00 00-003.1 Fire Station Alerting System for your approval Submittal includes shop drawings and product data ATTACHMENTS: Job 2214 Fire Station 52.zip CI IRMITTAI WPIMM r)W # NAME SUBMITTER/ SENT DATE DUE DATE RETURNED RESPONSE ATTACHMENTS COMMENTS APPROVER DATE 1 Mary McGrath Approver 5/16/2018 6/6/2018 Pending 2 Jamie Milliner Approver 5/16/2018 6/6/2018 Pending BY DATE COPIES TO Alten Construction Page 1 of 1 Printed On: 05/16/2018 06:03 PM From: gregg@mbelectric.com To: Grew Mills Subject: 2214 CoSR FS 52/MBE Submittal 011 - Fire Station Alerting System - REV 1 Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2018 9:32:12 AM Note: Eric, Please forward for review and approval. Gregg I SUBMITTAL TRANSMITTAL Alten Construction, Inc. 1141 Marina Way South Richmond, CA 94804 Phone: 510-234-4200 Attention: Eric Onick 561-A Mercantile Dr. Cotati, California 94931 Phone: 707-792-8100 Fax: 707-792-8111 Project Name: City of San Rafael Fire Station #52 Our Project Number: 2214 011 - Fire Station ComTech Submittal No: Alerting System Provider: Communications Date: 5/8/2018 Submittal Due: 5/22/2018 Subject: 2214 CoSR FS 52/MBE Submittal 011 - Fire Station Alerting System - REV 1 Attachments: "gum. gm its as ' 01 Submittal Items: Specification Drawing Description Status Comments E002 AGP3500-T1-D24 Resubmitted Dorm Controller E002 AT10A Resubmitted Speaker Attentuator E002 AT100PA Resubmitted Auto Transformer E002 HTBAE(x) Resubmitted Mushroom Button - Black and Red E002 S86WB8 Resubmitted Indoor Speaker w/Back E002 110B Resubmitted 360 Deg. Apparatus Bay Speaker Comments: Shop Drawings included Sent for the following action(s): • For approval • For distribution • For your files and information • As required per contract • For your use • For review • Return by due date to maintain project schedule Sincerely, Gregg Mills CC: Max Lamen (Alten Construction, Inc.), Mike McKeig (ComTech Communications), Gregg Mills (Mike Brown Electric Co. Inc.), John Winding (Mike Brown Electric Co. Inc.), Eric Zielke (Mike Brown Electric Co. Inc.) E002 SPKL-1 Resubmitted Lighted Speaker Ceiling & Wall Mount E002 SUA1500RM2U Resubmitted UPS 1500VA E002 SPT15A Resubmitted Exterior Horn Speaker E002 ICT12012-15AR lResubmitted Power Supply E002 GS-250® VAR 1 Re� submitted Resubmitted 250W Amplifier Analog Overhead Paging Controller E002 E002 55053-703 Resubmitted T Open Frame Rack E002 5332T Resubmitted Radio Monitor Switch E002 125STRNR1248D Resubmitted Small Red Strobe E002 TL70WBGYRC Resubmitted Stack Light E002 1 o mTech Model Resubmitted FSAS Hub E002 FSAS Shop Drawings Submitted Comments: Shop Drawings included Sent for the following action(s): • For approval • For distribution • For your files and information • As required per contract • For your use • For review • Return by due date to maintain project schedule Sincerely, Gregg Mills CC: Max Lamen (Alten Construction, Inc.), Mike McKeig (ComTech Communications), Gregg Mills (Mike Brown Electric Co. Inc.), John Winding (Mike Brown Electric Co. 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Typical Mounting: Rack or counter top Time of Day clock accuracy- +/ -5 sec/day @10degC, +/-5 sec/day @25degC, +/-11 sec/day @55degC, Batteries Lithium (internal to logic controller): CR2032-WR Shelf life: Up to 5 years typical at 30C, Up to 3 years typical at 55C Installed: 4 months battery backup time (powered down) minimum at 55C Audio Inputs: Three (3) low level Outputs: Line Level 600 ohm balanced Level: -5 DB typical, + 5 DB Max. Noise: 74 DB below rated output typical Distortion: Less than .1 % at rated output Radio Interface Connectors: Three D139 male connectors (one per alert source) Audio: Receive audio used discriminator audio balanced or unbalanced @ -10DB typical Alert Inputs: 16 total, active low, devices must be capable of sinking 57 ma. Interfaces most modern radios and wire line circuits. 4&---AV4P_ IL VIL�m09.K n Communications 800-377-7422 • 120 Main Avenue • Sacramento, CA 95838 sales@comtechcom.net Control Relay Outputs Operating Voltage: 5 to 30VDC Contact Arrangement:2 Form C (DPDT) Max resistive load rating: 5 amps at 30VDC Configurable Items System timers, monitoring, pre -alerts adjusted from front mounted HMI touch screen_ All audio levels are internal adjustments; consult service manual for details. DR1 DinRail Rack -mounted wiring panel for external connections to radios, lights, speakers, shut-off valves, lighting controls, doorbells, etc. Dimensions: 19" W x 5.25" H (3U) x 3" D Weight: 3.0 lbs Typical Mounting: Rack A&--As-qP_ IL mi91r. Cin Communications 800-377-7422 • 120 Main Avenue • Sacramento, CA 95838 sales@comtechcom.net a The Power of Reliability ,. COMM SERIES PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Communications Power Supplies in 12, 24 and 48VDC Output When you need clean reliable DC power for your communications needs, look to the industry leader in switch mode power supplies for peace of mind. Since 1986 ICT has been a leader in reliability, support and innovation. We design, manufacture, ship and support our products locally in our North American facility. When you need high quality, field tested communications power supplies with fast reliable delivery, rely on the ICT Comm Series. Reliability ICT has been building highly reliable DC power products for over 30 years Only quality name brand components are used I Efficient design reduces number of parts and connections that can fail I Every power supply shipped is serial number tracked I Rugged terminal block connectors allow trouble-free wiring connections Performance I High efficiency switchmode design for small size and clean output power I Extra input and output filtering effectively removes interference I Isolated outputs are compatible with negative or positive ground equipment I Automatic current limiting protects power supply and connected loads I Built-in fuse for extra protection Dependability All ICT power products are manufactured in North America Our deliveries are typically measured in days, not weeks All ICT products are supported by our in-house engineering team Flexibility Wide selection from 120 to 360 watts of power 12, 24 and 48VDC outputs Desktop, rackmount, wall mount and digital meter options Broad selection of matching radio covers and complete base stations 100-20OW models in 12 and 24VDC output 200-36OW models in 12, 24 and 48VDC output 0 it more rn to unvw in -m— rnm and 800-072-007 _.............. _ ...__.._---..- ...... ._....._ ._.... AM Power Level (watts) 12VDC Output Other 12V Case Widths 24VDC Output 48VDC Output 100-20C ICT12012-10A ICT12012-10AG ICT12024-5A ICT12012-12A ICT12012-12AG 200-360 ICT12012-15A ICT12012-15AG ICT12024-10A ICT12048-5A ICT12012-20A ICT12012-20AG ICT12024-15A ICT12012-30A ICT12012-30AG 'oo a i ����1rll�Ili�Ld'ot7�r� ICT 12 volt Comm Series are available to fit Description Model Number standard radio widths of 7.1", with popular 12 Wallmount Kit to turn your desktop Comm Series ICT-WMB volt models also available for 6.4" (AG) widths Bracket into a wall mount configuration used by many radio manufacturers. This means 2RU - 19" Rack Comes with all hardware necessary ICT-RMK1 you can choose the power supply that best Mount Kit to mount one or two desktop power supplies matches the dimensions of your land mobile radio. Visit www.ict-power.com to find 220VAC input models. 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ICT covers match the width of the radio to provide an optimized space saving solution. Visit www.ict-power.com, click on Accessories & Radio Covers or download the ICT Base Station Matrix to see which ICT power supply and cover fits your radio model. aThe Power of Reliability r w,rw 7.1" Oman 800-072-007 Innovative Circuit Technology Ltd.' Innovative Circuit Technology Ltd The information contained herein is subject to change 26921 Gloucester Way, Langley, 13C, Canada V4W 3Y3 without notice. ICT shatl not be liable for technical Tel: 604-856-6303 1 Fax: 604-856-6365 1 Email: sales@ictcorporate com I www.ict-power.com or editorial errors or omissions contained herein Input Output Output Output Dimensions (inches) Voltage Output Current Current Current Line Load Ripple Efficiency Model Number Range Voltage (Cont) (Peak) Limiting Regulation Regulation (Max) (Typical) L W H ICT12024-5A 90-130 VAC 27. 50 mV 276VDC +/- 1 4.0 Amps 5 0 Amps 5.5 Amps 0.2046 0.7596 20 mV RMS 8516 7.60 710 1 80 ICT12024-10A 90-130 VAC 27 6 VDC +1- 150 mV 8 ; Amps 10 0 Amps 10 5 Amps 0 2l 0.7546 20 mV RMS 85°6 760 710 250 ICT12024-15A 90.130 VAC 27 6 VDC 13.0 Amps 15 0 Amps 15 5 Amps 0200o 0.7546 20 mV RMS 85°6 760 710 250 +/- 150 mV r: ICT Comm Series power supplies can be ordered in two different widths to match the land mobile radio manufacturers' standard sizes. ICT covers match the width of the radio to provide an optimized space saving solution. Visit www.ict-power.com, click on Accessories & Radio Covers or download the ICT Base Station Matrix to see which ICT power supply and cover fits your radio model. aThe Power of Reliability r w,rw 7.1" Oman 800-072-007 Innovative Circuit Technology Ltd.' Innovative Circuit Technology Ltd The information contained herein is subject to change 26921 Gloucester Way, Langley, 13C, Canada V4W 3Y3 without notice. ICT shatl not be liable for technical Tel: 604-856-6303 1 Fax: 604-856-6365 1 Email: sales@ictcorporate com I www.ict-power.com or editorial errors or omissions contained herein Input Output Output Output Dimensions (inches) Voltage Output Current Current Current Line Load Ripple Efficiency Model Number Range Voltage (Cont) (Peak) Limiting Regulation Regulation (Max) (Typical) L W H ICT12048-5A 90-130 VAC 48 0 VDC +/- 150 mV 4 0 Amps 5.0 Amps 5 5 Amps 0 50°° 1-00% 40 mV RMS 80°° 7.60 7.10 2.50 r: ICT Comm Series power supplies can be ordered in two different widths to match the land mobile radio manufacturers' standard sizes. ICT covers match the width of the radio to provide an optimized space saving solution. Visit www.ict-power.com, click on Accessories & Radio Covers or download the ICT Base Station Matrix to see which ICT power supply and cover fits your radio model. aThe Power of Reliability r w,rw 7.1" Oman 800-072-007 Innovative Circuit Technology Ltd.' Innovative Circuit Technology Ltd The information contained herein is subject to change 26921 Gloucester Way, Langley, 13C, Canada V4W 3Y3 without notice. ICT shatl not be liable for technical Tel: 604-856-6303 1 Fax: 604-856-6365 1 Email: sales@ictcorporate com I www.ict-power.com or editorial errors or omissions contained herein Gold Seal Series Public Address Amplifiers Models GS250D & GS150D BOGEN. Description The Gold Seal Series amplifiers are designed to meet the rigorous requirements of today's sophisticated sound systems. They combine unique and useable features with ultra high reliability and professional performance. The amplifiers are available in 250 and 150 watt models, each with exactly the same features to provide power and performance no matter how large or small the application. The Bogen Gold Seal Series amplifiers are an extraordinary addition to Bogen's line of quality audio amplifiers. Designed with the sound contractor in mind, they provide unparalleled flexibility and versatility, without the need for add-on modules. In addition to its extensive flexibility, the Gold Seal Series amplifiers provide a combination of features not found in other commercial amplifiers. The Gold Seal Series amplifiers also offer Class D Amplification for increased operating efficiency. Features . 4 dedicated MIC inputs • 1 selectable MIC/TEL input • 1 selectable MIC/AUX input • 1 dedicated AUX input • 4 -ohm, 8 -ohm, 25V, 25VCT, and 70V transformer -coupled outputs • Rack mountable — 2RU package • Dual -function, 10 -band graphic equalizer (Acoustic EQ or Feedback Control modes) • True loudness contour function • Audio Enhancement circuit for improved intelligibility • Switchable phantom power supply (13V DC) • Variable AUX input muting • Remote master volume control capability • Automatic level control • Input muting via contact on all inputs • Voice activated AUX muting on TEL input • AUX fade back after TEL page • Pre -amp Out/Power amp In (insert) connections • Booster amp output connection • Tape output connection • Balanced line driver output (using WMT1 A accessory) • Low-cut filter for MIC channels • Listed to UL Standard 60065 for U.S. and Canada • Rack Mounting Kit (GSDRPK; sold separately) • Remote Volume Control (GSRVC; sold separately) • Security Cover (GSTRC; sold separately) Specifications subject to change without notice ©2016 Bogen Communications, Inc 54-8023-67A 1601 :BV GNO CGU CCU CT :BV 10 00 'GV Cusv WIRING ACCEPTABLE Frequency Response: Transformer Output: 65 Hz to 20 kHz, +0/-2 dB Distortion: Transformer Output.' 0.5% (max.), 65 Hz to 20 kHz ruK B - FSA 1-1 . W. - 1 END - Fundamental: -70 dB or better, AUX 1 & 2: -70 dB; Tel: -70 dB or better @ 600 ohms ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 1:1 ]EI T O eoGEN. LO CUT W OUT AU%I MICE ® ❑❑❑❑❑❑ MICS TEL AUX: 2 Hi -Z RCA jacks. Sensitivity: 0.085V (1 Ok ohms) WMTIA TOPWR MwM.Eogen.cam Output to Power Amp: 5V @ Rated Output via RCA jack Power In/Pre Out: In 1 V/Out IV via RCA jacks O1234 MP Tape Output: 700 mV @ Rated Output via RCA jack MUTE All models: balanced or unbalanced 4 -ohm, 8 -ohm, 25V, 25VCT, 70V Output Regulation: PMAMOM �1 �lJ ® I® ❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑ AC Current: POWER IN 11 I I 1 2 J A AUX2 ON OFF ONNOFF ON OFF ON OFF :• I_r `.AA VOX Threshold: O OUT. OO AE ALC VO% 000 O O O O O O O O O 13V DC Lo -Cut: O oLINK ® PRE OUT Loudness Contour: O AUXI 4 3—MIC-2 I Technical Specifications Architect & Engineer Specifications Power Rating (RMS): GS15OD: 150 watts; GS25OD: 250 watts Frequency Response: Transformer Output: 65 Hz to 20 kHz, +0/-2 dB Distortion: Transformer Output.' 0.5% (max.), 65 Hz to 20 kHz Signal -to -Noise Ratio: Fundamental: -70 dB or better, AUX 1 & 2: -70 dB; Tel: -70 dB or better @ 600 ohms MIC 1 through MIC 6: -60 dB or better @ 200 ohms Inputs/Outputs: MIC: 6 Lo -Z balanced via 4 XLR connectors and 2 pluggable screw terminals Sensitivity: 0.35 mV (200 ohms) AUX: 2 Hi -Z RCA jacks. Sensitivity: 0.085V (1 Ok ohms) Telephone: Pluggable Screw terminals. Sensitivity: 0.07V (600 ohms) Output to Power Amp: 5V @ Rated Output via RCA jack Power In/Pre Out: In 1 V/Out IV via RCA jacks WMT1A Output: 25V @ Rated Output via RCA jack Tape Output: 700 mV @ Rated Output via RCA jack Output Impedance: All models: balanced or unbalanced 4 -ohm, 8 -ohm, 25V, 25VCT, 70V Output Regulation: Better than 2 dB from no load to full load AC Input Voltage: 120V- 60 Hz AC Current: GS15OD: 2.50A; GS250D: 4.OA Thermal Emissions (Full Power): GS15OD: 136.6 BTU/hr.; GS250D: 239.1 BTU/hr. Variable Mute Range: -60, -21, -10, 0 dB (AUX1 & 2) ALC: Distortion: less than 0.540; Compression: 25 dB (TEL) VOX Threshold: TEL Input 20 mV (VOX control max. CW position) MIC Precedence: Via pluggable terminal strip. -60 dB: MIC 1, 2, 3, 5/TEL, 6 -AUX, AUX 2 Power In/Pre Out: In 1 V/Out 1 V via RCA jacks Phantom Power: 13V DC Lo -Cut: 3 dB@100 Hz Loudness Contour: +8 dB @ 100 Hz, +4 dB @ 10 kHz (AUX 1 & 2 control at 1 4 CW position) Overload Protection: Electronic with automatic reset Thermal Protection: Thermistor attached to heat sink Dimensions: 16-1/2" W x 3-1/2" H x 13-1/2" D Shipping Weight: GS150D: 18.5 lb.; GS25OD: 19.5 lb. The amplifier shall be a model , rated at watts RMS (GS15OD/150 watts, GS25OD/250 watts). The amplifier shall accommodate up to 6 Lo -Z balanced micro- phones, 2 Hi -Z auxiliary sources and a telephone paging input (MIC 5 shall be switch -selected for MIC or telephone line; MIC 6 switch -selected for MIC or AUX 1). MIC 1 through 4 shall use XLR-type connectors; AUX inputs shall be via RCA phono jacks and all other connectors shall use pluggable screw terminals. Phantom power shall be supplied for use with condenser micro- phones. Microphone precedence connections shall be included for MIC 1, 2, 3, 5!f EL, 6/AUX 1 and AUX 2. The amplifier shall provide a frequency response from 65 Hz to 20 kHz +0/-2 dB at rated power. Distortion shall be 0.3% typically. The amplifier shall include an Audio Enhancement circuit, vari- able loudness contour control, and dual function equalizer. The equalizer shall be switch selectable for feedback control or acoustic shaping and shall include 10 center-detent slide con- trols providing ±12 dB of boost or cut from 62.5 Hz to 16 kHz in acoustic mode and from 125 Hz to 8 kHz in feedback control mode. The amplifier shall include automatic level control to provide consistent output regardless of who is paging, automatic muting complete with a VOX circuit, and a variable mute level. Provisions shall also be included for remote volume control, using an accessory control unit (GSRVC), Outputs shall be provided for 4- and 8 -ohm speakers and for 25V, 25VCT, and 70V distributed systems- Additional outputs shall be provided to feed a booster amp and tape recorder. A dedicated output shall permit feeding a 600 -ohm telephone line using an accessory transformer (Model WMT1A). A Preamp ouUpower amp in circuit shall be provided to insert signal processing equipment. The amplifier shall be rack mountable using an accessory rack panel kit (GSDRPK). It shall carry the necessary safety agency listings for both the US and Canada BOGEN© COMMUNICATIONS, INC. www.bogen.com APC Smart=U pSTM C Efficient, true sine -wave power protection for entry-level servers and network equipment. i Brings the reliability of the world's most popular network and server UPS to entry level applications. The most affordable true sine -wave UPS's in the Smart -UPS family. Designed for entry level servers, it is compatible with today's active power factor corrected (PFC) power supplies. Included PowerChute Business Edition software is compatible with all major server operating systems and provides UPS management and safe system shutdown. Reliable . Economical Efficient Manageable Aapc'� i Schneider Electric Revision 1, January 2012 APC Smart -UPS C Application optimized models ideal for entry-level servers, point of sale and other small network devices. Tower and Rackmount 1000 and 1500VA Revision 1, January 2012 Standard features: 0 LCD Display Intuitive interface provides comprehensive status information at a glance. Pure Sine -Wave Output Simulates the utility when on battery for optimum device compatibility. Advanced battery management Temperature compensated charging extends life of internal batteries. 0 Communication Ports USB and serial ports for UPS management. 0 Safety -agency approved Ensures the product has been tested and approved to national standards . High Efficiency Green Mode Saves utility costs and reduces heat promoting longer component life. Network Grade Power Conditioning Automated voltage regulation (Boost AVR), noise filtering and surge protection. ............... Generous number of 0 outlets All receptacles are surge and UPS output protected . Battery disconnect Convenient way to disconnect battery for transport (tower models). Schneider Electric APC Smart -U PSTM C Display Comprehensive LCD interface for status at a glance. Interface on all SMC models. LCD Display Screen 0 Comprehensive status at a glance e o 0 Revision 1, January 2012 Status Conditions -On line -On battery -Green mode -Load graph -Battery charge graph -Audible Alarm Measures -Input & Output Voltage -Load viewable in Watts, VA or % -Output current and frequency -Event counter -Estimated on battery runtime On Line/On Battery LED illuminates Green when UPS in on utility power, or will illuminate Orange when providing battery power. 0 On/Off button (D System Fault LED Illuminates in the event of a system fault and displays ©Mute error message. Button Used to silent the alarms iv. Display Button Steps through each measurement screen and provides the ability choose the default view. 1. Schneider Electric Tower models Product - - SMC1000 SMC1500 Output Power Capacity 600W/1000VA 900W/1440VA Nominal Output Voltage 120V Output Frequency 47-63Hz Wave Form Type Sine wave Output Connections (8) NEMA 5-15R Input Nominal Input Voltage 120V Input Voltage Range for main operations (Max adjustable range) 93-130V (85-136V) Input Frequency 50/60 Hz +/-3 Hz (auto sensing) Input Connection NEMA 5-15P, 6ft cord Batteries and Runtime Battery Type Maintenance -free sealed lead -acid battery with suspended electrolyte, leak proof Typical Backup Time at 1/2 Load (min) 14 min 11 min Typical Backup Time at full Load (min) 5 -min 4 min Replacement Battery APCRBC142 RBC6 Communication and Management Interface Ports USB and Serial (RJ45) Control Panel and audible alarms Etched glass LCD display with LED status indicators; alarm on battery, distinctive low battery alarm Surge Protection and Filtering Surge Energy Rating 455J Filtering Full time multi -pole noise filtering: 0.3% IEEE surge let -through, zero clamping response time, meets UL1449 Physical Maximum Height (in) 8.62 in 8 62 in Maximum Width (in) 6.73 in 6 73 in Maximum Depth (in) 1728 in 17.28 in Net Weight 38 lbs 45 lbs Conformance Regulatory UL 1778, CSA, FCC Part 15 Class A, BSMI, NOM Warranty and Equipment Protection Policy 2 years repair or replace and $150,000 lifetime EPP A?C' by Schneider Electric Revision 1, January 2012 Rackmount models Product 000 00 Output Power Capacity 600W/1000VA 900W/1440VA Nominal Output Voltage 120V Output Frequency 47-63Hz Wave Form Type Sine wave Output Connections (6) NEMA 5-15R Input Nominal Input Voltage 120V Input Voltage Range for main operations (Max adjustable range) 93-130V (85-136V) Input Frequency 50/60 Hz +/-3 Hz (auto sensing) Input Connection NEMA 5-15P, 8ft cord Batteries and Runtime Battery Type Maintenance -free sealed lead -acid battery with suspended electrolyte, leak proof Typical Backup Time at 1/2 Load (min) 14 min 18 min Typical Backup Time at full Load (min) 5 min 6 min Replacement Battery APCRBC124 APCRBC132 Communication and Management Interface Ports USB, Serial (RJ45) Control Panel and audible alarms Etched glass LCD display with LED status indicators; alarm on battery, distinctive low battery alarm Surge Protection and Filtering Surge Energy Rating 455J 455 J Filtering Full time multi -pole noise filtering: 0.3% IEEE surge let -through, zero clamping response time, meets UL1449 Physical Maximum Height (in) 3.5 in 3.5 in Maximum Width (in) 17.0 in 17.0 in Maximum Depth (in) 16.0 in 18.7 in Net Weight 45.15 lbs 61.2 lbs Conformance Regulatory UL 1778, CSA, FCC Part 15 Class A, BSMI, NOM Warranty and Equipment Protection Policy 2 years repair or replace, and $150,000 lifetime EPP &PC' hY Schneider Electric Revision 1, January 2012 VOICE-ACTIVATED RELAY Model VAR1 DESCRIPTION The VAR1 Voice -Activated Relay is a DPDT relay device that is activated when an audio signal is detected at the microphone pre - amp or at 70V, 25V, or 600 -ohm line level inputs. It has a number of useful applications, such as muting a sound system in response to a microphone or telephone page, activation of accessory (secu- rity) equipment, or activation of a zone paging module. A slide switch is included to select the pre -amp or the line inputs. The VOX detect circuit also includes volume, sensitivity, and delay controls. The audio output is an isolated 600 -ohm transformer. The unit operates from a DC power source (not included). INSTALLATION Set input source switch on the top side of the unit to LINE if using one of the line inputs or to MIC if using a microphone. Connect a power supply to the 12 to 24V DC jack on the top of the unit or to the + and - screw terminals. The Bogen model PRS40C power supply is recommended. WIRING Refer to the block diagrams and the sample wiring diagrams on the next page to wire the VAR1 for your application. OPERATION Sensitivity can be adjusted according to the needs of the applica- tion. Clockwise rotation of the control increases sensitivity. Do not over rotate the control or you may damage the trimpot. The delay control is also adjustable in the field. The maximum delay time is 25 seconds. Clockwise rotation of the control increases delay time. S4C0Cw'1F.N� SPECIFICATIONS LINE INPUT Impedance: 600 ohms Frequency Response: 100 Hz to 10 kHz 70V Input Impedance: 200k ohms Output Level: 400 m VRMS 25V Input Impedance: 75k ohms Output Level: 420 m VRMS MIC PREAMP Gain: 62 dB Sensitivity: 750 m VRMS for 1 VRMS out Distortion: <2% Frequency Response: 200 Hz to 10 kHz Output Signal -to -Noise Ratio: 55 dB GENERAL VOX Sensitivity: 20 mV - 150 m VRMS @ 600 ohms Line input Time Delay Range (approx.): 0.25 to 25 sec. Relay Contact Rating: 2 amps/30V DC, 0.5 amp/120V AC Power Requirements: External 12V to 24V DC @ 100 mA (not included) SERVICE There are no user serviceable components within theVAR1.The warranty may become void if the unit is serviced by other than an authorized Bogen service agency. Contact the Bogen Applications Department if you have any questions concerning VAR1 applications. Limited Warranty; Exclusion of Certain Damages: Bogen Voice -Activated Relay is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for two S2; years from the date of sale to the original purchaser. Any part of any Bogen product covered by this warranty that, with normal installation and use. becomes defective (as confirmed by Bogen upon inspection) during the applicable warranty period, will be repaired or replaced by Bogen, at Bogen's option, provided the product is shipped insured and prepaid to: Bogen Factory Service Department, 50 Spring Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, USA. Repaired or replacement product will be returned to you freight prepaid. This warranty does not extend to any of our products that have been subjected to abuse, misuse, improper storage neglect, accident, improper installation or have been modified or repaired or altered in any manner whatsoever, or where the serial number or date code has been removed or defaced. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS BOGEN's SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AND THE PURCHASER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REME- DY. BOGEN MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MER- CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW. Bogen's liability arising out of the manufacture, sale or supplying of products or their use or disposition, whether based upon warranty, contract, tort or otherwise, shall be limited to the price of the product. IN NO EVENT SHALL BOGEN BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF DATA OR LOSS OF USE DAMAGES) ARISING OUT OF THE MANU- FACTURE, SALE OR SUPPLYING OF PRODUCTS, EVEN IF BOGEN HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSSES. Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State. Products that are out of warranty will also be repaired by the Bogen Factory Service Department -- same address as above or call 201-934-8500. The parts and labor involved in these repairs are warranted for 90 days when repaired by the Bogen Factory Service Department. All shipping charges in addition to parts and labor charges will be at the owner's expense. All returns require a Return Authorization number. For most efficient warranty or repair service, please include a description of the failure. Products manufactured and labeled by other companies may be covered by warranties offered by such companies. Please call Bogen Customer Service or refer to product packaging for manufacturer's warranty for non -Bogen branded products. 12/2008 2003 Bogen Communications, Inc. Specifications subject to change without notice. 54-5934-01 D 0902 BODE M0 COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 50 Spring Street, Ramsey. NJ 07446 U S.A. 201-934-8500; FAX 201-934-9832 www bogen com VAR1 used with amplifiers to mute music during a telephone page (paging port without contact closure). 12-24 ^ LINE J L MIC BOGEN VOC lr r +j POWER INPUT POWER Y SOURCE SUPPLY AUDIO OUTPUT TELEPHONE SYSTEM PAGING PORT INPUT _- - VAR -1 70V RELAY �, ) `rL 25V LINE 600 INPUT ]jl ]l COM MIG VOX VOL SENS DELAY AMPLIFIER AUX MUTE AUX VAR1 used in a security system to activate an amplifier, CCN, and light relay control. VAR1 for connecting a Paging Port to a ZPM3. vD •I- i POWER �.,m1L +� POWER SUPPLY � �'=:III LINE MIC B(:)( --EN INPUT SOURCE AU0IO OUTPUT U-1 I IFUT VAR -1 �pal"[ TI 2PM3 7� J R1 70V -RELAYi i':: 25V LINE INPUT TELEPHONE SYSTEM ilii'+ 600 PAGING PORT COM MIC VOX a f V SENS DELAY VAR1 Block Diagram MIC VOL (l MIC INPUT MIC PRE -AMP • 70V V II • LINE III 25V EDO OHM •. VOX COM DEFECT SENS LW DELAY AUDIO OUTPUT RELAY NC COM NO NC COM NO _- - 12.24 �"� LINE MIC ttt_jGEN � .. SUPPLY VOC INPUT POWER SOURCE ]jl ]l Jf AUDIO OUTPUT�7i: TL A111 If^III MICsl� VAR -1 I� i INPUT _ TeCCTV 7I7 II'_ .III 70V RELAY 4 25V LINE E `'=. `:. INPUTT ' S00 I j TO RELAY CONTROL MIC VOX -� COM - _ FOR LIGHTS (o� 0 U VOL SENS DELAY VAR1 for connecting a Paging Port to a ZPM3. vD •I- i POWER �.,m1L +� POWER SUPPLY � �'=:III LINE MIC B(:)( --EN INPUT SOURCE AU0IO OUTPUT U-1 I IFUT VAR -1 �pal"[ TI 2PM3 7� J R1 70V -RELAYi i':: 25V LINE INPUT TELEPHONE SYSTEM ilii'+ 600 PAGING PORT COM MIC VOX a f V SENS DELAY VAR1 Block Diagram MIC VOL (l MIC INPUT MIC PRE -AMP • 70V V II • LINE III 25V EDO OHM •. VOX COM DEFECT SENS LW DELAY AUDIO OUTPUT RELAY NC COM NO NC COM NO Medium/High Capacity Standard Size Toggles v m,q GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR S301 — S339 4 Electrical Capacity (Resistive & Inductive Load) Other Ratings Power Level: Shown in the following tables Contact Resistance: 10 milliohms maximum Insulation Resistance: 1,000 megohms minimum @ 500V DC Dielectric Strength: 2,000V AC minimum for 1 minute minimum Mechanical Life: 50,000 operations minimum Electrical Life: 6,000 operations minimum for S331 F; 15,000 operations minimum for all other 5331 s, 25,000 operations minimum for all others Angle of Throw (a): Shown on following tables Materials & Finishes Toggle: Bushing: Case: Case Cover. Movable Contactor: Movable & Stationary Contacts: Terminals: PBT for flatted lever; brass with chrome plating far all others Brass with chrome plating Melamine phenol Steel with zinc plating Copper with silver plating Silver alloy capped on copper with silver plating Brass with tin plating Environmental Data Operating Temperature Range: —10°C — +70'C (+14'F — +158'F) Installation Mounting Torque: 2.94Nm (26 lb -in) for double nut; 1.47Nm (13 Ih•in) for single nut Soldering Time & Temperature: Manual Soldering See Profile A in Supplement section. Standards & Certifications UL: File No. E44145 - Recognized only when ordered with marking on switch. Add "/U" or "/CUL" to end of part number to order UL recognized switch. UL or cULus recognition designated beside part numbers on following pages. See Supplement section to find UL or cULus rating details. CSA: File No. 023535_0..000 - Certified only when ordered with marking on switch. Add "/C" to end of part number to order CSA certified switch. CSA certification designated beside part numbers on following pages. See Supplement section to find CSA rating details rl I A108 www.nkkswitches.com i C H E= Medium/High Capacity Standard Size Toggles SINGLE POLE WITH SCREW LUG Series S • U4 cUlus & CSA recognized only when ordered Toggle Position/Connected Terminals Electrical Capacity with marking on switch (see General Specs) ( ) =Momentary 'Approvals Down Center Up Resistive Inductive e= Model -W 5U 47Y1a SP Pole & Throw KeywW1 OWN Model 49um SP AC 125V AC 250V DC 30V AC 125V PF 0.6 Angle of Throw S301T ✓ ✓ ✓ SPST ON 1-3 NONE OFF — 15A 6A 20A l0A 32' S302T ✓ ✓ ✓ SPDT ON 2-3 NONE ON 2-1 15A 6A 20A l0A 32' S303T ✓ ✓ ✓ SPDT ON 2-3 OFF ON 2-1 15A 6A 20A l0A 32' S305T — — ✓ SPDT ON 2-3 NONE (ON) 2-1 15A 6A 20A 8A 320 S308T — — ✓ SPDT (ON) 2-3 OFF (ON) 2-1 15A 6A 20A 8A 32' S309T — — ✓ SPDT ON 2-3 OFF (ON) 2-1 15A 6A 20A 8A 32° Throw & SPST INTERNAL 2 ICOM CONNECTION SPDT Note: Terminal numbers are Schematics: { 3 3 *1 actually on the switch Notes: Standard Hardware: AT503M Face Hex Nut, AT506M Locking Ring, AT508 Lockwasher, AT527M Backup Hex Nut. See Accessories & Hardware section. Optional Splashproof Boot Assemblies: AT401 & AT4181 boots plus hex nut & o -ring. See Accessories & Hardware section. KEM'AY I M12 PI� IrM35P05 1 - 112 5100 492 + 32• _ 601 TSP _ t 12851 36 1 _ y 21ZT (901 354 16.11 Dia, �IIla 01 Ua4 161 �` 240 `11751__11201_ 11741>I�i96}7.14. I { 669 472 665 378 Maximum S301 does not have Panel Thickness terminal 2 .185" (4.7mm) S301 DOUBLE POLE WITH SCREW LUG ' UL & cULus recognimd only when ordered with Toggle Position/Connected Terminals Electrical Capacity marking on switch (see General Specs) () =Momentary 'Approvals Down Center Up Resistive Inductive u= AC 125V AC 250V DC 30V AC 125V PF 0.6 Model 49um SP Pole & Throw Keywayl OWN Angle of Throw S331 T ✓ ✓ — DPST ON 1-3 4-6 NONE OFF — 15A 15A 15A l 0A 25' S332T ✓ ✓ — DPDT ON 2-3 5-6 NONE ON 2-1 5-4 15A 15A 15A l0A 25' S333T ✓ ✓ — DPDT ON 2-3 5-6 OFF ON 2-1 5-4 15A 15A 15A l0A 30" S335T ✓ ✓ — DPDT ON 2-3 5-6 NONE (ON) 2-1 5-4 15A 6A 20A 8A 25` S338T ✓ ✓ — DPDT (ON) 2-3 5-6 OFF (ON) 2-1 5-4 15A 6A 20A 8A 25` S339T ✓ ✓ — DPDT ON 2-3 5-6 OFF (ON) 2-1 5-4 15A 6A 20A 8A 25 2 icoMi s Throw & DPST _ _ _ _ _ _//!�\INTERNAL DPDT CONNECTION A Note: Terminal numbers are Schematics: 1 3 4� r 6 3 { 6� • 4 actually on the switch Notes: Standard Hardware: AT503M Face Hex Nut, AT506M Locking Ring, AT508 Lockwasher, AT527M Backup Hex Nut. See Accessories & Hardware section Optional Splashproof Boot Assemblies: AT401 & AT4181 boots plus hex nut & o -ring. See Accessories & Hardware section. KCyvmyI M12 PI r M3 5 a S O T�0 02 SI Do { e r 492 + - T5' 1661 i 3321 _ 260 1 307 59 01 �- 2 —S4 440.,.1 Ila I 1 (6 61 260 '- 11901 '101 Typ 117.51 11201r2601 746 — 669 472 I 1024 039 Maximum S331T does not have Panel Thickness: terminals 2 & 5 .185" (A-7mm) S331T nKisSWITCHES www.nkkswitches.com A11 1 N Aa PRODUCT DATA SHEET High quality, cost-effective I Standard Rack Aam, Pik, storage solution for patch r. r panels and network switches. J t ADVANTAGES The small footprint makes O Easy Equipment j. Installation Standard Rack the best choice €y} r Marked and numbered rack -mount i' in many telecommunications ( spaces (U) and equipment rooms, j lk especially where floor space i Prepared Grounding Location is limited. } Built-in attachment point for a ground (earthing) connection KEY FEATURES • Supports 19" EIA rack -mount equipment designed for two -post panel mounting, like patch panels and network switches. • Easy positioning of equipment with marked and numbered U. • Ouick attachment of equipment with threaded equipment mounting holes and included equipment -mounting screws. • Delivers unassembled in a single carton— quick and easy bolt -together assembly takes less than 10 minutes. ■ Lightweight aluminum construction for easy transport and positioning during installation. ■ Integrated grounding with a built-in attachment point for a ground (earthing) connection. • Ouickly attach any CPI vertical cable manager to the side of the rack through pre -punched web channel holes. • Floor -mount holes on the base angles make it easy to secure the rack to the floor with a concrete, wood or raised floor installation C &us LISTED SPECIFICATIONS Construction Bolted assembly -- - Shios unassembled kit. - -- -- Clear grained aluminum or Epoxy -polyester hybrid powder coat paint Finish......... -...... _..- Available in Black, Gray, Computer Beige or Glacier White Environment For indoor use only, in environmentally controlled areas: may not be used outdoors, in industrial or harsh environments or in plenum spaces. Heights: 84" (21 m), 96" (2.4 m), 108", (2.7 m) Available Sizes Width: 20.3" (516.1 mm) Depth: 15" (381 mm) Heights: 45U, 51U, 58U Width: 19" EIA (17-3/4" clearance) Equipment Space Depth: 20" (508 mm) Note: Double -sided shelves for 26"D (560.4 mm) equipment are available, UseDuodraRack- 4 -Post Frame when rack -mount equipment exceeds 20"D (508 mm) - 1 pair C-shaped equipment mounting channels fixed in place 19"W, EIA -310-D compliant Equipment Support Universal hole pattem, 5/8"-5/8"-1/2" (15.9 mm x 15 9 mm -_x 12 7 mm) vertical hole spacing Threaded #12-24 equipment mounting holes; includes 50 each #12-24 equipment mounting screw_ s _ Load Capacity 1000 Ib (453.6 kg) of equipment Top angles, base angles and side channels are electrically bonded by assembly hardware Grounding/Bonding A masked mounting location for a ground lug with two 1/4-20 threaded studs spaced 5/8" apart is provided inside the side channel, near the top and bottom of the rack Use Grounding Jumper (PN 40159-008) as a rack bonding conductor EIA -310-D compliant; UL and cUL Listed as a communications circuit accessory Certifications OSHPD Preaoproval of Manufacturer's Certification IOPM-0261-131 Material Aluminum extrusion Construction Bolted assembly -- - Shios unassembled kit. - -- -- Clear grained aluminum or Epoxy -polyester hybrid powder coat paint Finish......... -...... _..- Available in Black, Gray, Computer Beige or Glacier White Environment For indoor use only, in environmentally controlled areas: may not be used outdoors, in industrial or harsh environments or in plenum spaces. PRODUCT DATA SHEET DIMENSIONS r.2s,(3j 8 mIN s2s (ale IN, F smm�)�K71"- 12-24, ISI ISI 23 (s&Po" •I I I I i i i 1 .656. Holes I 6PL p,,qo�a90s) (9906 �0 I \ I `,�yo I �♦ I ° 4.0• I (101 smm-� I 3 �SSo .✓ p01 (36r n50n+ ";h USE WITH Application 50 �,399.0mm1 panelStandard Rkcost-effective is a high-quality, storage solution a d newok sw aches that use lessfloor spacethanacabineaoppatch a A?5 v o four -post rack. The small 20.3"W x 15"D (516.1 mm x 381 mm) footprint makes Standard Rack the best choice in many telecommunications and equipment rooms, especially where floor space is limited. Specifications The Standard Rack meets project specifications, will hold 1,000 Ib (453.1 kg) of equipment, has integrated grounding and is UL Listed as a communications circuit accessory. Support 19" W EIA rack -mount equipment or shelves with the Standard Rack, which is available in three heights- Equipment attaches to the front or rear of the 3" D (80 mm) vertical mounting channels with screws. Mounting positions BA.00" a mml t?13s. are marked and numbered, making it easy to position and install equipment or shelves. Assembly Ta? i 6mml Racks deliver unassembled in a compact carton and are easy to assemble. Components bolt together with included hardware; assembly takes approximately 10 minutes. Two -post racks must be secured to building structure. The Standard Rack has pre -punched base angles, making it easy to attach the rack to the floor using a CPI installation kit for wood. slab or raised floors. mFl 19x6 750- DIA (19 05 mm) HOLES, 4 PL "o) 150 T( 2.1 m) Rack Shown •Velocity' Cable Management ■Rack and Frame Installation Kit -Raised Floor Rack Support For 3" (80 mm) Channel RELATED PRODUCTS ■3" (80 mm) Channel Rack-To•Aunway Mounting Plate Cable Management Because most Standard Rack applications require cable management, CPI's vertical cable managers attach directly to the side of the Standard Rack. Vertical cable managers organize cables by U simplifying future moves, adds and changes to the network. The best solution includes horizontal managers in-between patch panels and network switches to fan patch cords into individual port connections. Contact CPI Technical Support for configuration assistance ORDERING INFORMATION Part Shipping Number Description 55053403 7'H (2.1 m) x 19"W, 45U 31 (14.1) 55053-X15 8'H (2.4 m) x 19"W, 52U 3706.81 55053-X08 9'H (2.7 m) x 19"W, 58U 40118.1) k=cplpr, r=Gray; 2=Computer Berge, 5=Clear,.Y=Blau; E=Glacier Mae ■Vertical PDUs for Racks ■ Rack Shelves + For product CSI Specs, visit the Support & Downloads page on www.chatsworth.com. �� An IL FARE i KNRM f V C F1 STATION N49 = = = N "' " ' ALERTIJVG Communications SPKL-1 and SPKL-2 Integrated Egress Light and Alert Speaker Featuring a quality 8 inch speaker and ramped high intensity LED based egress lighting, the SPKL-1 and SPKL-2 simplifies installation and provides high quality audio and low voltage egress lighting in a single fixture. The SPKL-2 is the same speaker and lights mounted in a square grill typically used when surface mounting is required. The lights operate on 12 to 24 Volts DC and the speaker from a 70 volt public address system with jumper selectable taps from 1/8 watt to 4 watts. Other features include relays such that the speaker can be controlled by the alert lighting system or a non - alert overhead Page. Each integrate with industry standard wall mount volume controls. The SPKL series makes it easy to provide on -demand monitor of the alerting radio system. Specifications: Speaker: Grill Diameter (SPKL1, Round) Grill Diameter (SPKL2, Square) Speaker Diameter Height (Above Grill) Axial Sensitivity (at 4 ft, with 1 -watt input) 70V Power Taps (jumper selectable) Light: LED Color Light Output — Total Flux (typical) Ramp Time Light Supply 12.625 inches 11.625 inches 8.0 inches 3.75 inches 95 db 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, 4 Watts Red -Orange 60 Ov (Im) 0-5 sec 12-24 Volts DC (30 volts DC Maximum) The SPKL-1 is compatible with accessories (ceiling speaker enclosures, tile bridges, plaster mounting rings) from Bogen, Atlassound and other industry standard suppliers. IL Communications 800-377-7422 • 120 Main Avenue Suite G • Sacramento, CA 95838 sales@comtechcom.net Wall Mount option for S86 or SPKL-1/2/M Speakers Metal Box Speakers Models MB8TSQ, MBBTSL ..... MB8TSQ MBBTSL Bogen's MB8TSQ and MBBTSL speakers feature an all -steel surface -mounted enclosure with an 8" cone loud - Description speaker and multi -tap 4 -watt 70V/25V transformer.The MB8TSQ is suitable for ceiling or wall mounting.The MBBTSL is designed primarily for wall mounting and its face is angled downward by 12.5 degrees. Features • Rugged all -steel surface -mounted enclosure • Multiple taps at 4, 2,1, 1/2,1/4,1/8 Watts • Full range 8" cone speaker for excellent • 4 -watt maximum output power intelligibility • Mounting hardware included (toggle bolts, wood • Compatible with 25V or 70V amplifier systems screws and wire crimps) Technical Cone Diameter: Specifications Magnet Weight: Power Rating (max.): Transformer Power Taps: Constant Voltage Amp Type: Frequency Response: Sensitivity (min.) (1 -watt @ 1 meter on axis) Dispersion (min.): Product Weight: Enclosure Size: Construction: The speaker shall be a Bogen Model (specify Architect MB8TSQ or MBBTSL). The unit shall include an 8" & Engineer paper cone speaker with 6 oz. magnet.The frequency Specifications* response shall be 110 Hz to 15 kHz. Dispersion angle shall be no less than 100'. Sensitivity, measured 1 -watt @ 1 meter on axis, shall be a minimum of 96 clBspl. The unit shall incorporate a transformer with tap selection wires corresponding to power settings of 4, 2, 1, 1/2,1/4, and 1/8 watts for both 70V and 25V constant voltage speaker systems. The speaker enclosure shall be full steel construction and allow for surface mounting.The enclosure shall Specif catons subject to change w thout notice 2005 Bogen Communications, Inc. Part No. 54-8023-30A Printed in U 5.A 0506 8" (paper) 6 oz. 4 Watts 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1 /8 Watts 70V or 25V 110 Hz -15 kHz 96 dBspl 100° 9 lb. MB8TSQ - 11-5/8"W X 11-5/8" H X 4-1/4" D; MBBTSL -Top: 11-5/8" W X 11-3/8" H X 5-3/8" D; Bottom: 11-5/8" W X 11-3/8" H X 3-1 /8" D Painted steel enclosure be painted off-white and measure __. (specify 11- 5/8" W X 11-5/8" H X 4-1/4" D for MB8TSQ or 11- 5/8" W X 11-3/8" H X 5-3/8" D (top) and 11-5/8" W X 11-3/8" H X 3-1/8" D (bottom) for MBBTSL). Product weight shall be 9 Ib. MBBTSL Front face shall be angled by 12.5 degrees downward. Architect and Engineer Specifications are available on the Bogen website in a Microsoft® Word document to assist you with preparing your bids. BOGEN® COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 50 Spring Street, Ramsey. NJ 07446 lj 5 A 201-934-8500 FAX. 201-934-9832 Web Site wwwbogen.com SPKL-1-M Integrated Egress Light, Apparatus Display and Alert Speaker Featuring a quality 8 inch speaker, 5 color Apparatus LEDs, and ramped high intensity LED based egress lighting, the SPKL-1-M simplifies installation and provides high quality audio, apparatus requirement display and low voltage egress lighting in a single fixture. The lights operate on 12 to 24 Volts DC and the speaker from a 25 volt or 70 volt public address system with jumper selectable taps for 1/8 to 4 watts (3 db steps). Other features include a relay so the speaker can be controlled by the alert lighting system. The SPKL-M also makes it easy to provide on demand monitoring of the alerting radio system. Specifications: Speaker: Grill Diameter Speaker Diameter Height (Above Grill) Axial Sensitivity (at 4 feet with 1 -watt input) 25V or 70V Power Taps (jumper selectable) Egress Light: LED Color Light Output — Total Flux (typical) Ramp Time (jumper selectable) Light Supply Apparatus LED Display 12.625 Inches 8 Inches 3.75 Inches 95db 4, 2, 1, .5, .25, .125 Watts Red -Orange 60 O„ (Im) 0 -5 seconds 12 — 24 Volts DC 2 Watts (24 Volts DC maximum) 4 Each, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, White High Intensity LEDs The SPKL-M is compatible with accessories (ceiling speaker enclosures, tile bridges, plaster mounting rings) from Bogen and other industry standard suppliers. omi� _c_n Communications 120 Main Ave Ste G • Sacramento CA 95838 • (800) 377-7422 Spk1-1-M Rev \ a Commercial Attenuators AT Series, E408 Series r 4 .. 1I?stn AT10 / AT35 / ATI 00 Series AT1O / AT35 / AT1O0 Series Face Plate Options Attenuators are available in Classic Stainless or Decora(Decora available in Ivory or White] E4OB-100 RM Series Features • Models Feature a Range of Attenuation Steps (1.5clB or 3clB Steps) as Wel:`- as Continuous to Meet Application and Budget Requirements • Wall Plates are Stainless Steel with Stamped and Filled or Screen Printed Dial Scale, and a Skirted Black Knob (White and Ivory Plastic Plates with Matching Skirted Knobs Also Available in Decora Style -D Series Only) • Popular Rack Mount Attenuator Versions are Available on the AT and E408 Series for Mounting on to Blank Panels in Equipment Cabinets • All AT Models Mount into Most 1 -Gang E.O. Boxes. (2'/�' Deep) • AT and E408 Ser es are UL Listed Genenal Description AT Series Industry Standard Auto Transformer. High-quality auto transformer series provides the advantages of excellent frequency response, low insertion loss and reliable performance for volume control application in 25V/70.7V systems. Attenuation is accomplished in ten make before break steps plus positive Off position. (No stop between maximum and Off position to prevent switch damage). Contacts are silver plated for noise -free operation. Features a removable terminal block Includes stainless steel plate, with stamped and filled or screen printed dial scale and a skirted black knob. (White and ivory plastic plates with matching skirted knobs also available in Decora style -see AT model description chart) E408 Auto Transformer with Precision Level Control. Specially designed for attenuation in masking and sound reinforcement systems where fine tuning of level control is required. Employs a ten -position, non -shorting rotary switch without stop- Attenuation rate is 1.5dB per step (All other specifications are the same as the AT Series including the UL listing). PA Series Priority Paging Option. Priority paging feature by-passes the effect of the attenuator to provide program level selection of individual emergency and paging signals at the amplifier, Option is available on all AT attenuators. The SPDT relay is operated with 24VDC at 10mA Includes protective relay cover to ensure lasting trouble-free performance. Terminations to the relay and attenuator are made via a removable terminal bock- (All other specifications except for dimensions are the same as selected AT models). RM Series Rack Mount Option. For attenuation convenience of rack -mounted equipment in cabinets and consoles, the AT, E408 Series attenuators are available without mounting plate for rack panel installation- Attractive matte black polycarbonate dial scale overlay with adhesive backing replaces the mounting plate. Includes skirted black knob. Overlay size is 29 square (51 mm). (To order, simply add RM after the selected attenuator model number. Example: AT10-RM or AT10- PARM.) (Dial scale overlays to retrofit existing installations are available, see Model HX23.) Replacement Knobs HX21-B e. HX22-W Specfications 100 Watts Architect and Engineer Specifications AT10-(PA) Attenuation Per Step AT Series Attenuator(s) shall be Atlas Sound AT Series Model Total Attenuation 15dB auto transformer or approved equal. The power rating shall Power Rating * 10 Watts be and attenuation range shall be dB. Attenuation Resistance None per step for AT-_ shall be 8 steps of 3dB and 6dB each for the last UL Listing two positions. Attenuator shall be a step type control with a positive off position. There shall be no stop between the maximum and off positions Attenuation Per Step 3d6 IAT Series only). Switch shall have silver plated contacts to eliminate Total Attenuation 33dB** noise and contact loss. All terminations must be made via a removable terminal block. Unit(s) shall be supplied with one of the following single Insertion Loss qdg gang face plates to be noted by model number suffix' Standard stainless Plate Size 1 gang steel faceplate (with dial scale to indicate attenuator position). Decora a style plastic face plate -Ivory color, Decora style plastic face plate -White vi Resistance c None color. All models are designed to mount in a standard E.O. box. AT35-(PA) E408 UL Listed attenuator shall be Atlas Sound Model E408-100 auto transformer or approved equal. The power rating shall be 100W. The u Power Rating * 35 Watts attenuation per step shall be 1.5dB. Unit shall be a step type control with a positive off position. There shall be no stop between the maximum and - UL Listing off positions. Switch shall have silver plated contacts to eliminate noise and o Attenuation Per Step 3dB contact loss. The attenuator shall be mounted to a standard gang stainless steel wall plate which mounts to a standard E.O. box. a Total Attenuation 27dB o RM Option Attenuator shall be Atlas Sound Model a Insertion Loss t .6dB MT, E408 1-RM)I or approved equal. Face plate shall be replaced Plate Size 1 gang by an adhesive matte black polycarbonate dial scale escutcheon for attachment to a rack mount panel. Escutcheon size shall be 2' SO. EResistance None PA Option Specified AT Series attenuators include a priority relay. Relay AT100-(PA) shall be an SPDT, 24 VDC type securely mounted to the attenuator assembly wired at the factory. Relay shall include a protective cover. Power Rating * a 100 Watts a UL Listing a Attenuation Per Step 0 3dB N Total Attenuation 27dB a o Insertion Loss .6dB E Plate Size 1 gang n Resistance None E408-100 Power Rating * 100 Watts UL Listing Attenuation Per Step 1.5clB Total Attenuation 15dB Insertion Loss 6dB Plate Size 1 gang Resistance None Continuous These units have two steps of 6dB before off position. Note Attenuation curve is steeper for a 25 -volt line AT10 (dc) (-PA) (-RM) AT35 (dc) (-PA) (-RM) AT100 (dc) (-PA) (-RM) f f Faceplate Options: d= D - Decora Style Faceplate Ivory and White inserts, trim ring and knobs icluded. tt there is not the above 1 letter suffix, the attenuator is shipped with the standard stainless steel faceplate or is the RM version without a faceplate (-RM) Rack Mount Option (-PA) Priority Announce circuit Option AT Series Adr TqP Dimensional Specifications Plate Mounted Attenuators MODEL A B C D E AT10 4Y' 2Ya" 23/a" 2�/a' 11/1, o AT10-PA 4'/z' 2'/e' 2'/e" 23/i 1'" AT35 4'/z' 2'/e' 21/4" 21/4" 1 '/i 0 o AT35 PA 4'/2' 2'/e° 23/x" 2'/e" 13/+" Cn AT100 4'/i 21/2' 23/. 21/+ 13/; 3 AT100-PA 41/' 2'/i 23/4* 23/V 1 ;'i a E408-100 4'h' 2%' 21 23/4' 13/i Adr TqP a 0 WIRING - AT Series Each terminal will hold up to 2-16AWG stranded wire. For larger wires or home run situations, a small length of wire and a wire nut are recommended. Attach wire according to label on terminal black as shown below (Non - PA Models will not have the 'VDC+' and 'VDC-' terminals). ' Install the unit with the terminal block on top. This will ensure that the off position is on the bottom. 1 0 IV -PA V 0 Models + D+ - D- Only C C K K p p + PS 24VDC 1 0 0 Is 0 0 0 0 S q q K K p p C C >:DIU Speaker with 7O.7V Transformer 7O.7V AMP Wiring - (-Pa) Priority Attenuators Power Switching Req. For - Pa Attenuators RELAY PAGING SWITCH POWER SUPPLY TO ATTENUATOR RELAY COIL Relay Specifications COIL VOLTAGE. 24VDC COIL CURRENT: 10MA CONTACTS. SPDT-2AMP Rating Relay Has a Protective Cover Cone Loudspeakers, Wall Baffle, Ceiling Grilles, and Assemblies Speaker Model S86 = Variations and - Accessories - S810 • High quality, direct radiator speakers Features • 7 watts and 15 watts power handling capacity • Provision for quick attachment of transformer • Available with transformer mounted and wired ...... S86 S810 Cone Diameter: 8" 8" Magnet Weight: 6 oz. 10 oz. Specifications Magnet Material: Ceramic Ceramic Voice Coil Impedance: 8 ohms 8 ohms Voice Coil Diameter: 3/4" 1" Frequency Response: 50Hz to 12kHz 70Hz to 15kHz Axial Sensitivity (at 4 feet with 1 -watt input): 95dB 96dB Power Handling Capacity (program material): 7 watts 15 watts Depth: 3-1/4" 3-1/4" Shipping Weight: 16 @ 25 lbs. 16 @ 34 lbs. Optional Speaker/Transformer Combinations: Description S86T725, S81 OT725 - S86, 5810 speaker with 25/70V transformer (Model T725) S86T725BR - S86 speaker with 25/70V transformer and terminal strip (-BR) Accessories: T725 Transformer - 25V or 70V; Power Taps (watts): 4, 2, 1, 1 /2, 1 /4, 1 /8;Voice Coil: 8 ohms T72510 Transformer - 25V or 70V; Power Taps (watts): 10, 5, 2-1/2,1-1 /4, 5/8;Voice Coil: 8 ohms Attenuators - AT10A, AT35A: 10 -watt and 35 -watt, respectively The Bogen Models S86 and S810 8" cone -type loud- speakers provide excellent sound quality and trouble- free operation. Their magnetic structure is designed for maximum air gap energy and the diaphragms have been selected for high sensitivity and optimized response characteristics. The speakers are easy to install in ceiling grilles or wall baffles. Mounting holes have been provided for quick attachment of a trans- former. Transformers include the Model T725, which matches an 8 -ohm speaker to a 25- or 70 -volt line with six power taps for either voltage (4, 2, 1,1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watt), and the Model T72510 which matches an 8 - ohm speaker to a 25- or 70 -volt line with five power taps for either voltage (10, 5, 2-1/2, 1-1/4, 5/8 watts). The S86 and S810 are available in factory assembled versions, with the Model T725 transformer already mounted. The S86 assembly is also available with a terminal strip (-BR), and volume control (-V). Bogen also offers the speakers, fully assembled with a transformer, in an attractively finished wall baffle (Model WB8), or in ceiling grilles for recessed instal- lation. Assemblies are also available with optional vol- ume control and/or terminal strip. BOGEN® Specifications subject to change without nonce 2001 Bogen Communications, Inc. Part No, 54-7177-06R2 Printed in USA. 0106 WB8 CG8A(,), CGBAW Wall Baffle, Grilles, Accessories • Sturdily constructed • Attractively styled and finished • Wall baffle surface mounts at an angle for downward sound dispersion WB8 Wall Baffle The WB8 baffle is ruggedly constructed of 3/8" particle board, glued and covered in simulated walnut vinyl with a black grille cloth. Side corner joints are reinforced with glue blocks. It is handsomely styled and looks well in virtually any decor. The slop- ing front provides extra downward sound dispersion. Ceiling Grilles PG8A(,t..). Sturdily constructed and handsomely styled, these metal grilles protect and conceal \ PGBW recessed 8" ceiling speakers. They are shipped complete with the hardware needed to mount speaker to grille. Models CG8A, CGBAW, PGBA, PGBW, and SGBW. RE84 Ceiling Speaker Enclosure SGBW The RE84 is a protective enclosure for an 8" speaker, designed for recessed instal- lations, and for use with any of the Bogen ceiling grilles. One-piece steel construc- tion includes a mounting ring and a foam insert to reduce metallic resonance. The RE84 is finished in rust -resistant black primer and is tapered for easy stacking. MR8 UL approved. TB8 AT10A MR8 Mounting Ring The MR8 is a cold -rolled steel unit which will mount any of the Bogen ceiling grilles, for installations where the RE84 is not used. TB8 Tile Bridge The T138 is a load bearing T -bar support designed to sustain the weight of an 8" speaker, grille and protective enclosure in suspended ceiling construction. Use of the TB8 improves environmental safety and eliminates unsightly sag in 2' -by -2' and 20' - by -4' acoustic ceiling tiles. Speaker Line Attenuators The AT10A and AT35A are 10 -watt and 35 -watt attenuators that permit setting the output level at loudspeakers on a 25V or 70V line without altering the amplifier volume setting. They provide a choice of 10 stops and an 'off" position. Technical Specifications Wall Baffle Ceiling Grilles WB8 CG8A CGBAW PGBW PGBA SGBW' Speaker Accommodated 8" cone 8" cone 8" cone 8" cone 8" cone 8" cone Constructed of 3/8" Particle Board Aluminum (contoured) Aluminum (contoured) Steel Aluminum Steel Finish Walnut Vinyl" Satin Aluminum Semi -gloss White Enamel Semi -Gloss White Enamel Satin Aluminum Semi -Gloss White Enamel Diameter/Dimensions See Belowt 12-5/8' 12-%- 13" 13" 13" Shipping Weight 4 @ 10 lbs. 1 15 @ 8 lbs. 15 @ 9 lbs. 20 @ 27 lbs. 20 @ 10 lbs. 10 @ 13 lbs. ' Features hidden speaker mounting studs • "With black grille cloth • t 9-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D (3-1/4" D at bottom) 2 Assemblies For Easy Installation • Speaker plus transformer • Speaker, transformer, baffle or grille _ • Optional volume control • Optional terminal strip Me" Labor saving, factory -assembled versions of the S86 and S810 loudspeakers are avail- able. Both can be ordered with the model T725 transformer mounted and wired. The S86 can also be ordered with a transformer and terminal strip for easy connec- S86T725 tion to the audio line. For even greater convenience and time -savings, the speakers are available fully -assem- bled on a white ceiling grille (model PGBW) for recessed installation, or in a wall - mounting baffle (model W1138). The assembled version options include a volume con- trol (recessed or knob) and/or terminal strip. S86T725(BR) & S810T725 Assemblies with Transformer The basic factory -assembled loudspeaker. Includes the S86 or S810 speaker with S86T725BR model T725 transformer mounted and wired. The S86 can also be ordered with a terminal strip (S86T725-BR). S86T725PG8W Assemblies with Transformer & Ceiling Grille The S86 loudspeaker with model T725 transformer is available mounted to a PGBW ceiling grille. The list below shows all the available configurations: S86T725PG8W S86T725 mounted to a PGBW grille S86T725PG8WVR S86T725PG8W with recessed volume control (-VR) S86T725PG8WVK S86T725PG8W with knob volume control (-VK) S86T725PG8WBR S86T725PG8W with terminal strip (-BR) S86T725PG8WBRVR S86T725PG8WBR with recessed volume control S86T725PG8WBRVK S86T725PG8WBR with knob volume control S86T725PGSWBR S810T725PG8W Assemblies with Transformer & Ceiling Grille The S810 loudspeaker with model T725 transformer is available mounted to a PGBW ceiling grille. The list below shows all the available configurations: S810T725PG8W S810T725 mounted to a PGBW grille S810T725PG8WVR S810T725PG8W with recessed volume control (-VR) S810T725PG8WVK S81OT725PGBW with knob volume control (-VK) WBS8T725 & WBS810T725 Assemblies with Transformer & Wall Baffle The S86 and S810 loudspeakers with model T725 transformer are available mount- ed to the W1138 baffle. The list below shows all the available configurations: WBS8T725 S86T725 mounted in a W138 baffle WBS8T725V WBS8T725 with recessed volume control (-V) WBS8T725BR WBS8T725 with terminal strip (-BR) WBS8T725BRV WBS8T725BR with recessed volume control (-V) WBS810T725 S810T725 mounted in WB8 baffle WBS8T725BR Architects and Engineers Specifications S86 Cone Loudspeaker The loudspeaker shall be a Bogen model S86 (or trans- former coupled S86T725 or S86T725BR), or equivalent, 8" cone -type loudspeaker, having a frequency response of at least 50Hz to 12kHz. Axial sensitivity shall be 95dB, at four feet with one -watt input. The loudspeaker shall have a 6 oz. ceramic magnet, a 3/4" inch voice coil, and a power handling capacity of 7W, minimum. Mounting holes shall be provided for attaching an optional transformer. Speaker depth shall be 3-1/4". — (For S86T725 add) A transformer, capable of matching an 8 -ohm loudspeaker to a 25 -volt or 70 -volt line, and pro- viding power taps of 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watts shall be included. The transformer primary and secondary leads shall be stripped, tinned, and shall be at least 6" in length. — (For S86T725BR add) A terminal strip shall be provid- ed for connection of the audio line. Terminals shall be labeled for 4, 2, 1, 1/2,1/4, and 1/8 watt connection. S81O Cone Loudspeaker The loudspeaker shall be a Bogen model S810 (or trans- former coupled S810T725), or equivalent, 8" cone -type loudspeaker, having a frequency response of at least 70Hz to 15kHz. Axial sensitivity shall be 96dB, at four feet with one - watt input. The loudspeaker shall have a 10 oz. ceramic magnet, a 1" voice coil, and power handling capacity of 15 watts, minimum. Mounting holes shall be provided for attaching an optional transformer. Speaker depth shall be 3- 1/4". — (For S810T725 add) A transformer, capable of matching an 8 -ohm loudspeaker to a 25 -volt or 70 -volt line, and pro- viding power taps of 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watts shall be included. The transformer primary and secondary leads shall be stripped, tinned, and shall be at least 6" in length. WB8 Wall Baffle The loudspeaker wall baffle shall be a Bogen model WB8, or equivalent, capable of housing an 8" cone -type loud- speaker and angled for additional downward sound disper- sion. The baffle shall be constructed of 3/8" particle board, glued and covered in simulated walnut vinyl. Glue blocks shall be used to reinforce all side corner joints. The speak- er opening shall be covered with a black grille cloth. Hardware for mounting speaker to baffle shall be supplied with the unit. Overall dimensions shall be 9-1/2"W x 9- 1/2"H x 5-1/4"D (top) x 3-1/4"D (base). Ceiling Grilles — (Use for CGBA) The ceiling speaker grille shall be a Bogen model CGBA aluminum grille, or equivalent, capable of protecting and concealing a recessed 8" cone -type loud- speaker. The diameter of the grille shall be 12-5/8" and it shall be contoured and finished in satin aluminum. — (Use for CGBAW) The ceiling speaker grille shall be a Bogen model CGBAW aluminum grille, or equivalent, capa- ble of protecting and concealing a recessed 8" cone -type loudspeaker. The diameter of the grille shall be 12-5/8" and it shall be contoured and finished in white semi -gloss enam- el. — (Use for PGBW) The ceiling speaker grille shall be a Bogen model PGBW steel grille, or equivalent, capable of protecting and concealing a recessed 8" cone -type loud- speaker. The diameter of the grille shall be 13" and it shall be low profile and finished in white semi -gloss enamel. — (Use for PGBA) The ceiling speaker grille shall be a Bogen model PGBA aluminum grille, or equivalent, capable of protecting and concealing a recessed 8" cone -type loud- speaker. The diameter of the grille shall be 13" and it shall be low profile and finished in satin aluminum. — (Use for SGBW) The ceiling speaker grille shall be a Bogen model SGBW steel grille, or equivalent, capable of protecting and concealing a recessed 8" cone -type loud- speaker. The diameter of the grille shall be 13", the speaker mounting studs shall be hidden, and the grille shall be low profile and finished in white semi -gloss enamel. Wall Baffle/Speaker Assemblies WBS8T725 The surface -mounting loudspeaker assembly shall be a Bogen model WBS8T725 (or WBSBT725V, WBS8T725BR, or WBS8T725BRV), or equivalent, 8" cone -type loudspeaker having a frequency response of at least 50Hz to 12kHz. Axial sensitivity shall be 95dB, at four feet with one -watt input. The loudspeaker shall have a 6 oz. ceramic magnet and a 3/4" voice coil. A transformer, capa- ble of matching an 8 -ohm loudspeaker to a 25 -volt or 70 - volt line, and providing power taps of 4,2,1,1/2,1/4, and 1/8 watts shall be included. The transformer primary and sec- ondary leads shall be stripped, tinned, and shall be at least 6" in length. The loudspeaker shall be assembled in a wall baffle for sur- face mounting, angled for additional downward sound dis- persion. The baffle shall be constructed of 3/8" particle board, glued and covered in simulated walnut vinyl. Glue blocks shall be used to reinforce all side corner joints. The speaker opening shall be covered with a black grille cloth. Overall dimensions shall be 9-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D (top) x 3-1/4"D (base). - (For WBS8T725V add) The assembly shall include a control for adjusting the volume of the loudspeaker. - (For WBS8T725BR add) A terminal strip shall be included for connection of the audio line. Terminals shall be labeled for 4,2,1,1/2,1/4, and 1/8 watt power connection. - (For WBS8T725BRV add) A terminal strip shall be included for connection of the audio line. Terminals shall be labeled for 4, 2, 1, 1 /2, 1 /4, and 1/8 watt power connection. A control shall also be included for adjusting the volume of the loudspeaker. WBS81 OT725 The surface mounting loudspeaker shall be a Bogen model WBS810T725, or equivalent, 8" cone -type loudspeaker having a frequency response of at least 70Hz to 15kHz. Axial sensitivity shall be 96dB, at four feet with one -watt input. The loudspeaker shall have a10 oz. ceramic magnet and a 1 " voice coil. A transformer, capable of matching an 8 -ohm loudspeaker to a 25 -volt or 70 -volt line, and provid- ing power taps of 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watts shall be included. The transformer primary and secondary leads shall be stripped, tinned, and shall be at least 6" in length. The loudspeaker shall be assembled in a wall baffle for sur- face mounting, angled for additional downward sound dis- persion. The baffle shall be constructed of 3/8" particle board, glued and covered in simulated walnut vinyl. Glue blocks shall be used to reinforce all side corner joints. The speaker opening shall be covered with a black grille cloth. Overall dimensions shall be 9-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D (top) x 3-1/4"D (base). Ceiling/Speaker Assemblies S86T725PG8W & Variations The loudspeaker assembly shall be a Bogen model S86T725PG8W (or S86T725PG8WVR, S86T725PG8WVK, S86T725PG8WBR, S86T725PG8WBRVR, or S86T725PG8WBRVK), or equivalent, 8" cone -type loudspeaker, having a frequency response of at least 50Hz to 12kHz. Axial sensitivity shall be 95dB, at four feet with one -watt input. The loudspeaker shall have a 6 oz. ceramic magnet and a 3/4" voice coil. A transformer, capable of matching an 8 -ohm loudspeaker to a 25 -volt or 70 -volt line, and providing power taps of 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watts shall be included. The transformer primary and secondary leads shall be stripped, tinned, and shall be at least 6" in length. The loudspeaker shall be assembled on a 13" steel ceiling grille, finished in white semi -gloss enamel. - (For S86T725PG8WVR add) A recessed control shall be included to adjust the volume of the loudspeaker. - (For S86T725PG8WVK add) A control, accessible from the front of the grille, shall be included to adjust the volume of the loudspeaker. - (For S86T725PG8WBR add) A terminal strip shall be included for connection of the audio line. Terminals shall be labeled for 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watt power connection. - (For S86T725PG8WBRVR add) A terminal strip shall be included for connection of the audio line. Terminals shall be labeled for 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watt power connec- tion.A recessed control shall be included to adjust the vol- ume of the loudspeaker. - (For S86T725PG8WBRVK add) A terminal strip shall be included for connection of the audio line. Terminals shall be labeled for 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watt power connec- tion. A control, accessible from the front of the grille, shall be included to adjust the volume of the loudspeaker. S810T725PG8W & Variations The loudspeaker shall be a Bogen model S810T725PG8W (or S810T725PG8WVR, or S810T725PG8WVK), or equivalent, 8" cone -type loud- speaker, having a frequency response of at least 70Hz to 15kHz. Axial sensitivity shall be 96dB, at four feet with one - watt input. The loudspeaker shall have a 10 oz. ceramic magnet and a 1 " voice coil. A transformer, capable of match- ing an 8 -ohm loudspeaker to a 25 -volt or 70 -volt line, and providing power taps of 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8 watts shall be included. The transformer primary and secondary leads shall be stripped, tinned, and shall be at least 6" in length. The loudspeaker shall be assembled on a 13" steel ceiling grille, finished in white semi -gloss enamel. Accessories RE84 - Ceiling Speaker Enclosure The protective enclosure for the 8" cone -type loudspeakers shall be a Bogen model RE84, or equivalent, designed for recessed installations. It shall be constructed of one-piece heavy -gauge steel, and shall include a speaker mounting ring. A foam insert shall be permanently attached to the inner surface, to prevent metallic resonance. Four combination 1/2" — 3/4" conduit knockouts shall be provided at 90 degree intervals, and the unit shall be finished in a rust -retardant black primer coating. The dimensions shall be: 12-1/4" dia. x 4-1/2"D. MR8 - Mounting Ring The plaster ring shall be a Bogen model MR8, or equivalent, circular cold -rolled steel unit. It shall be finished in a rust - retardant gray primer coating, and the dimensions shall be: 12" dia. x 3/4"D. TB8 -Tile Bridge The load bearing T -bar support shall be a Bogen model T138, or equivalent, capable of sustaining the weight of an 8" speaker, grille and protective enclosure in suspended ceiling construction. It shall be manufactured of steel and shall be finished with a rust -retardant galvanized coating. The unit shall measure: 24"W x 3/4"H x 14-3/4"D. Attenuators The speaker line attenuator shall be a Bogen model (specify AT10A or AT35A), and shall permit setting the output level at loudspeakers on a 25V or 70V line without altering the amplifier volume setting. The attenuator shall provide a choice of 10 stops and an 'off" position, and shall be capa- ble of controlling up to 10435 -watt speaker systems. RE84 MR8 TB8 BOGEM1® COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 50 Spr ng Street Ramsey, New Jersey 07446, U 5 A (201) 934 8500 FAX (201) 934-9832. www.bogen. -•m BOGEN� � Ceiling Speaker Enclosure & Tile Bridge Models RE84 and TB8 Installation and Use Manual UL LISTED (UUMW) Flush -Mounted Loudspeaker Installation For Use In Return Air Ceiling Plenum Spaces Enclosures (UL Listed) RE84 Intended for use with: TB8 (Tile Support Bridge) RE84 Features • Listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Category UUMW. Material and construction permits use where ceiling plenum is part of the air handling system. • Compound knockout(s) provided for listed type metallic type fittings for '/z' and 1/4" plenum rated cable and plenum whip flex conduit. • Four horseshoe tab slots provided on each enclosure to mate with four horseshoe tabs on TB8 bridge eliminates the need for screws. • Two seismic tie -off tabs and four tie -off tab slots with enclosure. TB8 Features • Distributes the weight of a speaker, grille, and protective enclosure onto the ceiling grid. • Four locator tabs to prevent sliding on ceiling tile. • Four horseshoe tabs to mate with four horseshoe tab slots on enclosure. A Listed assembly requires that the enclosed loudspeaker is not exposed within the air handling plenum. Wiring, and/or conduit enclosure entry fittings, and installation must comply with local codes. Many local codes require a separate enclosure assembly with customer -supplied "tie -off' wire to secure the assembly to the top of the building structure. NOTE: All cable splices and connections to Speaker/Transformer pigtails must be made inside of Listed enclosure. CLEARANCE HOLES (4) THREADED HOLES (4) 0� 0 HORSESHOE TAB SLOTS (4) TIE -OFF TAB SLOTS (4) RE84 CLEARANCE HOLES (4) KNOCKOUTS (5) SCREW HOLES (4) TIE -OFF TABS (2) TB8 NOTE: When the RE84 and the T68 are installed together, the clearance holes on the TB8 are used during installation. However, when the TB8 is installed without the RE84, the threaded holes on the TB8 are used during installation. HORSESHOE TABS (4) THREADED HOLES (4) 2004 Bogen Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice. 54-2108-01A 0404 T138 Installation 1. Place ceiling tile with the finished side facing up over a large trash can (provides support and saves clean up time). 2. Cut hole in the center of the ceiling tile using the raw speaker as a template. 3. Position the tile bridge on the unfinished side of the ceiling tile and bend (4) locator tabs into tile opening to prevent sliding. 4. Install Ceiling Speaker assembly using (4) 8-32 screws and the threaded holes of the tile bridge as shown. (Screws are provided with Ceiling Speaker assembly). LOCATOR TABS (8) THREADED HOLES (4) TB8 RIDGE z T CEILING F TILE CEILING SPEAKER ASSEMBLY Limited Warranty The RE64 and TB8 are warranted to be free from defects in material or workmanship for two (2) years from the date of sale to the original purchaser Any part of the prod- uct covered by this warranty that, with normal installation and use. becomes defec- tive will be repaired or replaced by Bogen, at our option, provided the product is shipped insured and prepaid to: Bogen Factory Service Department 50 Spring Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, USA. The product will be returned to you freight prepaid This warranty does not extend to any of our products that have been subjected to abuse, misuse, improper storage, neglect, accident, improper installation or have been modified or repaired or altered in any manner whatsoever, or where the serial number or date code has been removed or defaced. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS BOGEN'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AND THE PURCHASER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. BOGEN MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FIT- NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW. Bogen's lability arising out of the manufacture, sale or supplying of products or their use or disposi- tion, whether based upon warranty, contract, tort or otherwise, shall be limited to the price of the product. In no event shall Bogen be liable for special incidental or con- sequential damages (including, but not limited to, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of use damages) arising out of the manufacture, sale or supplying of products, even if Bogen has been advised of the possibility of such damages or losses Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State. Products that are out of warranty will also be repaired by the Bogen Factory Service Department -- same address as above or call 201-934-8500. The parts and labor involved in these repairs are warranted for 90 days when repaired by the Bogen Factory Service Department All shipping charges in addition to parts and labor charges will be at the owners expense All returns require a Return Authorization number T138 with RE84 Installation 1. Place ceiling tile with the finished side facing up over a large trash can (provides support and saves clean up time). 2. Cut hole in the center of the ceiling tile using the raw speaker as a template. 3. Bend (4) horseshoe tabs up on tile bridge 4. Position the tile bridge on the unfinished side of the ceiling tile and bend (4) locator tabs into tile opening to prevent sliding. 5. Slip seismic mounting tie -off tabs (2) through RE84 tie -off tab slots until they click into place and secure customer -supplied "tie -off' wire to tab. 6. Punch out knockout in the RE84 and install Listed metallic enclosure entry fitting to knockout to accommodate plenum cable or plenum whip and feed cable or whip through the knockout. 7. Install RE84 to tile bridge by orienting horseshoe tab slots (4) over horseshoe tabs (4) of bridge. S. With pliers, twist horseshoe tabs (4) of tile bridge 1/2 turn, securing enclosure to bridge. 9. Screw the Ceiling Speaker assembly to the RE84 using (4) 8-32 screws provided with the Ceiling Speaker assembly, sandwiching the TB8 and ceiling tile in between. The screws must go through the TB8 clearance holes as shown. (Screws anchor into the RE84). RE84 O _ SCREW a&�� O + HOLES (4) LOCATOR TABS (4) CLEARANCE HOLES (4) TB8 IRIDGE 2 I e 9 CEILING m TILE �1 CEILING SPEAKER i ASSEMBLY HORSESHOE M0 TABS WI TABS (2) p _ e - BOGEIV® COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 50 Spring Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, U.S.A. Tel. 201-934-8500, Fax: 201-934-9832, www.bogen.com .110B Model 110B Compact Loudspeaker Specifications: 110B Nominal Impedance Sensitivity dB @ 2.83V/1M Sensitivity dB @ 1W/1M (2) Frequency Response (± 3 dB) Frequency Response (±10 dB) Max. Program Power Max. Continuous Power RMS Max. Power SPL @ 1 M Low Frequency Voice Coil Coverage Angles Colors Enclosure - material Enclosure - description Grille - material Driver - part Inputs Height (SM = Height) Diameter (SM = Width) Weight Shipping Weight Accessories Optional Packaging Regulatory - RoHS (!� 2016 - 2017 Soundsphere All rights reserved. Mounting hardware included SOUNDSPHERE 4 ohm 96 dB 93.OdB 220 Hz - 18kHz 100 Hz - 20 kHz 70 Watts 35 Watts 108.5 dB 25.4 mm / 1" Vertical / 180 Black or white Structural foam White (paintable); custom colors available N/A Dual Cone 6-1/2" Flying leads 302 mm / 11.88 in 378 mm / 14.88 in 3.6 kg / 7.93 lb 5 kg / 11.02 lb Hanging Kit (HK),Mounting Bracket (MBS),Beam Flange Kit (BC),Drop Ceiling Bracket (DCB),Line Transformer (TX30),- Hanging Kit Extension (HKEXT),Driver Protection Screen (SS),Driver Protection Screen (SWFS),Dust Filter (11OSF),- Small Screen (SS),Small Screen with Weather Filter (SWFS) 1 per box approved 110BModel 110B Compact Loudspeaker SOONDSPHEHE Key Features Hemispherical coverage pattern Accurate, full -range voice announcements • Light weight enables many varied mounting possibilities • Fully assembled and ready to mount Hanging or surface mount Standard %%title (pamtable) and custom colors available Available with onboard amplification (Model t 10B Power2l Description For seamless background music & clear voice announcements - Supermarkets & Retail Stores Factories • Warehouses • Courtrooms • Classrooms & Other Educational Facilities • Stadium or Arena Concourses. Gift Shops & Rest Rooms • Airports & Transportation Centers • Office Budding Reception Areas • Restaurants Casinos • Shopping Center Common Areas & Food Courts And anywhere background music and articulate voice announcements are required, The Soundsphere Model I IOB loudspeaker was designed to provide clear voice announcements, seamless background music and even, omnidirectional coverage. The Model 11013 is a compact unobtrusive speaker that is just 10' in diameter and offers fast distributed system installation. Applications include retail stores; factories and warehouses; mass transportation centers; restaurants; and stadium and arena concourses, gift shops and rest moms, The 1100 comes fully assembled, and its light weight allows many mounting possibilities, using either our hanging kit or mounting bracket. Colors available in 'gloss black' or'textured white'. The amplifier has been designed to mount to the rear of the reflector. Two electronically balanced inputs with level controls are provided. The Pawer'_ amplifier also includes a master output level control. Two electronically balanced inputs, Level control for each input, Master level control. + ttMR lQil, o! •MJ P!• SFNFw .nrt� Potter Output at 4 Ohms: 30 Watts RNIS Input Impedance: 20K Ohms THD+N 1kHz C, 30W RNIS: s 0:1% Gain: 20dB Input Sensitivity for 301v RNIS Output- 1.0 VRNIS Protection: Speaker short, Speaker lead short to ground, Overcurient. Thermal, Prover supply polarity Maximum SPL @ 30 WRNIS: 103dB SPL @ I m (Model Q (i) 0 2016 - 2017 Soundsphere All rights reserved, Applications Providing full -range music and voice in a compact, unobtrusive enclosure, the I IOB loudspeaker is ideal for applications such as supermarkets. retail stores, factories, warehouses, courtrooms, classroonislother educational facilities, stadium/arena concourses, gift shops, rest rooms, airports/transportation centers, office building reception areas, restaurants, casinos, shopping center common areas/food courts and anywhere background music and articulate voice announcements are required. Patented Soundsphere Technologies Soundsphere and MISE Audio Group constantly develop new technologies that enhance audio product performance. Soundsphere innovations are protected by multiple patents that explicitly cover Suundsphere's dispersion and enclosure technologies, NISE Audio Group actively defends its patents in order to protect Soundsphere resellers and end users Patented Soundsphere Technologies Soundsphere and MISE Audio Group constantly develop new technologies that enhance audio product performance. Soundsphere innovations am protected by multiple U.S and international patents, which uxplicitly rover Soundsphere dispersion, enclosure and dame technologies MSE Audio Group actively defends its patents in order to pm•e. t Soundsphere resellers and end users. Technical Data and Specification Tools Technical Data Suundsphere strives to provide complete and effective technical information and data to dealers, engineers and designers. All data are available from SoundTube Entertainment or at ww v.soundtube com. Techniral data and downloads include EASE- data - 3-D polar plots. EASE' Address 2 D modeling for distributed systems Autodesks Revit r< software Tech Sheets - Technical information and architectural specs for system engineers SoundTubeSPEC - Proprietary speaker placement software Data Acquisition and Verification All data for Soundspliere speakers are independently collected from and verified by NWAA Labs (www nwaalabs. com) using their proprietary MACH testing system. All data are collected and analyzed according to ;ASTNI, ISO and AES standards using EASRA. TEF and MLSSA. Full balloon data including both phase and magnitude ore compiled into a variety of formats including EASE -Lx GLL and CLF Architectural Specifications The loudspeaker driver shall consist of one 6 5 inch (165 mm) full -range driver made of treated pulp fiber Performance spectftcatlons of d typical production unit shall 6e as follows- Useable frequency response shall extend from 100 Hz to 0 kHz (-10 d61. The vertical polar coverage shall he 170' ±8 dB. Measured sensitivity 11 %Vatt/ I muter) shell be at least 93 dB The speaker shall have a rated impedance of 4 ohms. The speaker shall be available for 25., 50-, 70- and 100 -Volt odes and shall include 7 power lap selection leads for use with electrical wire nuts or crimp caps. Rated power capacity shall be at least 35 Watts continuous RNIS and conform to EIA -126-B testing. Calculated maximum continuous output at eter shall be 108.5 dB. The complete loudspeaker shall he no more than 11.875 inches (302 mail in height The driver shall be mounted in a spherical enclosure made of structural foam polystyrene that is no more than 10 inches (254 mm) in diameter. The reflector shall he no more than 14.875 inches (378 min) in diameter. The complete loudspeaker shall weigh no more than 8 lbs. (3.6 kg). Hardware shall be rust and corrosion resistant. Optional accessories shall include: a 30 -Watt Line Matching Transformer (TK30) with taps for 25-, 50-, 70 and 100 -Volt constant voltage systems; a Mounting Bracket (NIBS) to mount Oat against a ceiling surface; a three -element Hanging Kit (HK) for single -point suspension; a 24• Hanging Kit Extension (HKEXT); a Beam Clip (BC) for mounting to a beam flange: a Drop Ceiling Bracket (DCB); a Small Screen (SS) to protect the speaker from foreign objects; a Small Screen with Weather Filler (SIVFS) that di itionally offers a water protection barrier; and a Dust Filer ( 1105F). An optional 30 -Watt onboard amplifier (Power-) makes a separate amplifier unnecessary in applications where only a single wide -dispersion speaker is required for coverage. The system shall be the Soundspherev Model 1100 for wide - range, wide -coverage sound dispersion. Soundsphere 8005 W 110th St., Suite 208 Overland Park, ks 66210 Phone 913.663.5600 Fax Toll Free 855.663.5600 http://soundsphere.mseaudio.com All Soundsphere products come with a 5 -year limited warranty. 110BModel 110B Compact Loudspeaker SOUNDSPHERE Graphs and Plots Directivity Index s N so xoo 200 Impedance/Phase so stl{ D� l2 xa e 0—.......—.- xo so too xe° sco i. Hertz Hemispherical Frequency Response x�o fT -- 60 sao w eo w� 1 I 0o I to A A M iw ° 20 so 100 no Vertical Beamvddth W- 6 dB) t� u oxo vnasc mo 5O no so 36p io no as ex ° v teo p Bo � tx° 90 6° so W. :o so NO M Soo a xa s` tea xw Hertz SW Ik A 5k lea IQi Hertz 125 Hz 250 Hz 500 Hz 500 Hz . i 2000 Hz 4000 Hz 8000 Hz 8000 Hz 0 2016 - 2017 Soundsphere All rights reserved 110BModel 110B Compact Loudspeaker SOUNDSPHEHE Mechanical Drawings —6-1m, lamm 2-114' l ask" =/ u1 1p�,in) /i Optional Accessories Hanging Kit (HK) Drop Ceiling Bracket (DCB) Driver Protection Screen (SS) Small Screen (SS) Mounting Bracket (MBS) ?XY1 Line Transformer (TX30) Driver Protection Screen (SWFS) Small Screen with Weather Filter (SWFS) Beam Flange Kit (BC) Hanging Kit Extension (HKEXT) Dust Filter (110SF) Soundsphere manufactures a complete line of speakers For: Open -Ceiling • In -Ceiling • Surface -Blount • Outdoor • Sound -Focusing All SoundTube products are designed and engineered in the USA. Reentrant Horn Loudspeakers Models SPT15A and SP158A • High intelligibility and efficiency; ideal for both one-way and talk back applications Features • Weatherproof, all metal construction • 15 watts; 25/70 volt or 8 -ohm operation • Variable -tap impedance selector on SPT15A The Bogen SPT15A and SP158A are compact, high intelligibility, reentrant type loudspeakers, designed for one-way or two-way* sound and communication Description systems. Their sturdy, weatherproof, all metal con- struction is ideal for indoor and outdoor use in industrial plants, warehouses, schools, construction sites, transportation terminals, and recreational areas. Screw terminals make installation fast and easy. The Model SPT15A has a built-in, variable impedance selector switch for matching the speaker power requirements to a 25V or 70V constant -voltage line. The model SP158A has an 8 -ohm impedance. Engineered to simplify installation (with a uniquely designed all-purpose mounting bracket) and field maintenance (with a self -aligning, field replaceable diaphragm), use of Bogen horn -type loudspeakers saves both time and money. The speaker and mounting bracket are handsomely finished in textured mocha enamel. It has a 9" diam- eter and is 9-1/4" deep. 4' These are not talk back horns.Their use in two-way applications requires additional equipment. BOGEN� Specifications subject to change without notice. K 1995 Bogen Communications, Inc. Part No. 54-7612-05R2 Printed in U.S.A. 0109 Technical Specifications Power Rating (RMS): 15 watts continuous, 20 watts equalized Frequency Response: 275Hz to 14kHz Impedance: SPT15A — 25/70 volts SP 158A — 8 ohms Sound Pressure Level: 121 dB @ four feet on axis with 15 watt input @ 1000Hz Dispersion: 110' Sensitivity as Microphone: -22dBm [Ref: 10 dynes/cm2] Dimensions: 9" Diameter x 9-1/4"D Shipping Weight: SPT15A — 4-1/2 lbs. SP158A — 4 lbs. Finish: Textured mocha enamel Impedance Selector Switch Settings: 25V @ 15, 7.5,11.8,34_46 watts (SPT15A) 70V @ 15, 7.5, 3.8, 1.8, .9 watts Sound Pressure Level in dB @ 1000Hz: Watts Feet on Axis Input: 4 8 16 32 64 15— 121 115 109 103 97 7.5— 118 112 106 100 94 3.8— 115 109 103 97 91 1.8— 112 106 100 94 88 0.9— 109 103 97 91 85 .48— 106 100 94 88 82 The loudspeaker shall be a Bogen Model (spec- ify SPT15A or SP1 58A), or approved equal, reentrant type horn loudspeaker. The frequency response shall Architect be 275Hz to 14kHz. Rated power output shall be 15 and Engineer watts, RMS continuous. Dispersion shall be 110°. Specifications Sound pressure level, measured four feet on axis with 15 watt input @ 1000Hz, shall be at least 121 dB. Use for SPT15A. The unit shall incorporate a seven -position weather -sealed switch, to allow matching the loudspeaker to a 25V or 70V constant - voltage line. Power handling capacity shall be adjustable at 70V to 0.9, 1.8, 3.8, 7.5, or 15 watts, and at 25V to 0.48, 0.94, 1.8, 7.5, or 15 watts. Impedance shall be adjustable to 5000, 2500, 1300, 666, 333, 89, or 45 ohms. Use for SP1 58A. The unit shall have an impedance of 8 ohms. The loudspeaker shall be of weatherproof, all metal construction, with driver enclosed within a water- proof housing. The loudspeaker shall include a self - aligning, field -replaceable diaphragm. Screw terminals shall be provided for connection to the audio line. A plastic cover shall be provided to protect the connectors and impedance selector switch, and provide strain relief for the audio line. An all-purpose mounting bracket shall provide pre- cise positioning in the vertical and horizontal planes with a single adjustment. The bracket shall include banding slots to permit mounting the loudspeaker on beams or pillars. Bracket and loudspeaker shall be fin- ished in textured mocha enamel. The unit shall mea- sure 9" diameter by 9-1/4"D. Shipping weight shall be (insert 4-1/2 lbs. for SPT15A, 4 lbs. for SP1 58A). M<>CW0k1E1M& COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 50 Spring Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, U.S,A. Tel. 201-934-8500; FAX: 201-934-9832; www.bogen.com HT800 Series, Product Description HT800 Series Product Description The Cutler-HammerO HT800 Series from Eaton's electrical business is a family of 30.5 mm pushbutton devices which includes momentary, illumi nated and mushroomhead pushbut- tons, selector switches, indicating lights and push-pull switches. The HT800 devices have a familiar appear- ance found in most industrial applica- tions and are suitable for replacement of several other manufacturers' 30.5 mm pushbutton devices. Features ■ Anodized aluminum mounting rings ■ Watertight double V -gasket seals ■ Extended height bulbs ■ Transparent housing contact blocks ■ Color -coded contact blocks ■ Gold-plated contacts (on low voltage contact block) ■ Reliability ridge on movable contact ■ Stackable screw -mounted contact blocks ■ Contact blocks can be mounted in left/right or top/bottom positions in Standard NC contact opens before NO contact closes (break before make operation) ■ Bright and long lasting LED indicat- ing lights in six colors ■ Field convertible maintained selector switches — from two- to three position and vice versa ■ Field selectable knobdever mounting positions -- at any 22-5' increment For more information visit: www.EatonElectrical.com E:T-N Cutler -Hammer November 2004 Benefits ■ Corrosion resistant NEMA 4X finish ■ Watertight and oiltight NEMA 4, 13 ingress protection ■ Increased side illumination of indicating lights and illuminated pushbuttons ■ Easy visual inspection of contact conditions ■ Easily identifiable NO (white) or NC (black) contact blocks ■ Gold-plated contacts suitable for logic level circuits ■ Reliability ridge penetrates contami nation buildup on stationary contacts ■ Left/right or top"bottom mounted contact blocks allow correct posi- tioning in retrofit applications ■ All-purpose selector switches are convertible and can rotate in 22.5 increments to suit panel layouts Standards and Certifications in UL508 per File No. E131568 ■ CSA C22.2 No. 14 per File No. LR68551 Ingress Protection ■ UL (NEMA) 1, 2, 3,313, 4, 4X, 12 and 13 when mounted in similarly rated enclosures CA04715001E E:T•N ; Cutler -Hammer November 2004 HT800 Series, Technical Data and Specifications Technical Data and Specifications Table 1. HT800—Specifications Description Specification Mechanical Ratings Frequency of Operation 10° to 140°F (-12° to 60°C) Pushbuttons 6,000 Operations per hour Selector Switches 3,000 Operations per hour Push -Pull Operators 3,000 Operations per hour Mechanical Endurance/Life 30 15 Pushbuttons 10 x 106 Operations 6K Ops/Hr with 6 NO on left and 6 NC on right Selector Switches 250 x 103 Operations 3K Ops/Hr with 2 NO on left and 2 NC on right Push -Pull Operators 250 x 103 Operations 3K Ops/Hr with 6 NO on left and 6 NC on right Climatic Conditions Operating Temperature 10° to 140°F (-12° to 60°C) Storage Temperature -40° to 176°F (-40° to 80°C) Altitude 6,562 ft. (2,000m) Humidity 95% RH @ 60°C Terminals Contact Blocks #6-32 posi-drive saddle clamp type, 1 x 16 AWG to 2 x 14 AWG, UL (NEMA) Rating 12 in -lbs max. Light Units #6-32 posi-drive saddle clamp type, 1 x 22 AWG to 2 x 14 AWG, Power Rating 7 in -lbs max. Electrical Ratings Standard Contact Blocks Contact UL (NEMA) Rating See Table 2. Logic Level Contact Block 5V 1 mA (minimum) Power Rating 28V 500 mA (maximum) Table 2 Electrical Ratings— HT800 Standard Contact Blocks, UL (NEMA) Rating Description /Function Contact Catalog AC DC 1250 Type Number 60 30 15 Standard Normally Open contact NO HT8A A600 P600 2 Standard Normally Closed contact NC HT8B A600 P600 Normally Open Early Make Contact will make NOEM HT8C A600 — circuit before standard NO contact. DC ratings do not apply. Make and Emerg. Interrupting Capacity 7200 7200 7200 7200 138 4 Normally Closed Late Break contact will open NCLB HT8D A600 — after standard NC contact. DC ratings do not 138 138 apply. Logic level, low voltage NO contact. NO HT8E 5V 1 mA (minimum) Gold plated contacts. I 28V 500 mA (maximum) Heavy duty. Standard duty. Table 3. UL (NEMA) A600 and P600 Ratings Description Volts AC 50 or 60 HzVolts DC � 120 1240 1480 1600 1125 1250 1600 Make and Emerg. Interrupting Capacity (Amp) 60 30 15 12 1.1 0.55 0.2 Normal Load Break (Amp) 6 3 1.5 1.2 1.1 0.55 0.2 Thermal Current (Amp) 10 10 10 10 5 5 5 Voltamperes: Make and Emerg. Interrupting Capacity 7200 7200 7200 7200 138 4 138 ^ 138 4 Normal Load Break 720 720 720 720 138 138 138 3 DC ratings do not apply to NOEM (Normally Open Early Make) and NCLB (Normal Closed Late Break) contact blocks HT8C and HT8D. Maximum make or break volt-amperes at 300V or less. CA04715001 E For more information visit- www.EatonElectrical.com HT800 Series, Momentary Pushbutton Units Product Selection Momentary Pushbutton Units, Non -illuminated ■ Flush, Extended or 40 mm Mushroom Head Operators Flush Head Operator Cat. No. HT8AAH P;m PI Extended Head Operator Cat. No. HT8ABH Table 4. Momentary Contact Pushbutton Units, Non -illuminated E_T-N Cutler -Hammer November 2004 40 mm Mushroom Head Operator Cat. No. HT8AEH Contact Type Button Color Flush Head Extended Head Mushroom Head (40 mm) U.S. S Standard Normally Open contact Catalog Price Catalog Price Catalog Price NOEM HT8C 25.75 Number U.S. S Number U.S. 5 Number U.S. 5 No Contact Black HT8AAH 18.90 HT8ABH 18.90 HT8AEH 39.75 Red HT8AAR 18.90 HT8ABR 18.90 HT8AER 39.75 Green HT8AAG 18.90 HT8ABG 18.90 HT8AEG 39.75 1NO Black HT8AAHA 29.50 HTBABHA 29.50 HT8AEHA 50.50 Red HT8AARA 29.50 HTSABRA 29.50 HT8AERA 50.50 Green HT8AAGA 29.50 HT8ABGA 29.50 HT8AEGA 50.50 1NC Black HTBAAHB 29.50 HT8ABHB 29.50 HT8AEHB 50.50 Red HT8AARB 29.50 HT8ABRB 29.50 HT8AERB 50.50 Green HT8AAGB 29.50 HT8ABGB 29.50 HT8AEGB 50.50 1NO-1NC B ack HT8AAHAB 39.75 HT8ABHAB 39.75 HT8AEHAB 61.00 Red HT8AARAB 39.75 HT8ABRAB 39.75 HT8AERAB 61.00 Green HTBAAGAB 39.75 HT8ABGAB 39.75 HT8AEGAS 61.00 2NO-2NC Back HT8AAHF1Ql 61.00 HT8ABHF101 61.00 HT8AEHF107 82.00 Red HT8AARF1Q1 61.00 HT8ABRF1Q1 61.00 HTSAERF101 82.00 Green HTBAAGF101 61.00 HT8ABGF1Q1 61.00 HT8AEGF1Q1 82.00 NO Contact Block Table 5. Contact Blocks ' i e n NC Contact Block Description/Function Contact Catalog Price Type Number U.S. S Standard Normally Open contact NO HT8A 10.50 Standard Normally Closed contact NC HT8B 10.50 Normally Open Early Make contact will NOEM HT8C 25.75 make circuit before standard NO contact. DC ratings do not apply. Normally Closed Late Break contact will NCLB HT8D 10.50 open afterstandard NC contact. DC ratings do not apply. Logic level, low voltage NO contact. NO HT8E 20.90 Gold plated contacts. Maximum of (4) contact blocks per side or a total of (8) contact blocks recommended. For more information visit: www.EatonElectrical.com Accessories .........................Page 15 Dimensions ..........................Page 17 Legend Plates ........................Page 13 Discount Symbol .....................1CD1C CA04715001E HT800 Series, Selector Switch Selection, Contact Blocks Selector Switch Contact Block Selection For 2-,3- and 4 -Position Selector Switches Table 15.2 -Position Selector Switch (Cam Code 3A) Operator Position Left Right ®®(a X O .0 l o- NO or NC O X a l o or 0 0 NO NC NO Table 16.3 -Position Selector Switch (Cam Code 1D) Operator Position Left Right ®®(a X 0 O o o- Number Left Side NO NO 0 X 0 o l a NC Standard Normally Closed contact NC INC 0 O X 0 o- I a o- NOEM NO NO O X X 0 NCC 2NC X X O DC ratings do not apply. o l a NC Table 17.4 -Position Selector Switch (Cam Code 8E) Operator Position Left Right Price X 0 0 O 0 0 - Number Left Side NO NO NO O X O O o l a NC Standard Normally Closed contact 0 O X 0 HT8B 0 o- Normally Open Early Make contact will NOEM NO 0 O O X make circuit before standard NO contact - ONCa Contact Blocks L E:T•N Cutler -Hammer November 2004 NO Contact Block NC Contact Block Table 18. Contact Blocks Description/Function Contact Catalog Price Type Number Left Side Standard Normally Open contact NO HT8A 10.50 Standard Normally Closed contact NC HT8B 10.50 Normally Open Early Make contact will NOEM HT8C 25.75 make circuit before standard NO contact - B2 = 2NC B6 DC ratings do not apply. C = NOEM C5 Normally Closed Late Break contact will NCLB HTSD 10.50 open after standard NC contact. DC D1 = NCLB D ratings do not apply. D2 = 2 NCLB D6 [Logic level, low voltage NO contact. NO HTBE 20.90 Gold plated contacts. F1 = NO & NC 01 = I See Page 3 for contact block electrical ratings. Table 19. Contact Block Location (Viewed from Rear) Suffix Codes Left Side Right Side A = NO A5 = NO A2 = 2NO A6 = 2NO B1 = NC B = NC B2 = 2NC B6 = 2NC C = NOEM C5 = NOEM C2 = 2 NOEM C6 = 2 NOEM D1 = NCLB D = NCLB D2 = 2 NCLB D6 = 2 NCLB Ell = NOEM-NCLB E5 = NOEM-NCLB F1 = NO & NC 01 = NO & NC F4 = 1NO-1NC Maximum of 12) contact blocks per side or a total of (4) contact blocks recommended. For more information visit. www.EatonElectrical.com Discount Symbo 1CD1C CA04715001E HT800 Series, Dimensions Stacking Screw Torque: 12 in -lbs Max., WIN 06.32 Posi-drive 1.00 Saddle Clamp Type (p5.4) 1.16 AWG to 2.14 AWG Terminal Torque: 2,00 (50.8) 12 in -lbs Max. Copper Wire Only Back View 1.40 (35.6) E_T•N Cutler -Hammer November 2004 4.60 (116.8) - 3.70(94 * 0) -�I 1.50 F2.9073.7) -► t- 2.00 (50.8) Side View Recommended maximum of 4 tandem stacks of contact blocks behind operator. - At users' discretion, two additional tandem Optional stacks may be added. 2 Stacks Bottom View Back, Side and Bottom Views of Mushroom Head Operator with Attached Contact Blocks Figure 4. Mushroom Head Pushbuttons and Round Head MRH Push -Pull Operators - Approximate Dimensions in Inches (mm) Light Unit - Panel 5.15 (130.8) H6-32 Posi-drive �- 4.35 (110.5) Saddle Clamp Type 1x22 AWG to 2 x 14 AWG 3.55 (90.2) - Terminal Torque: 2.75 (69.91 7 in -lbs Max. Copper Wire Only o fm FF 1® ® t 1.40 (35.6) Stacking Screw Torque: EM EMEM 12 in lbs Max. Contact Block -- q6-32 Posi-drive _ 1.00 Saddle Clam Type AWG (25.41 Side View 1x16 AWG to 2x14 Terminal Torque: - 2.00 (50.8) - 12 in -lbs Max. Copper Wire Only Back View 2 3 I- - - 1*� Recommended maximum of 4 tandem stacks of contact blocks behind operator. At users' discretion, two additional tan- dem stacks may be added. Contact blocks mount directly to operator adaptor in non -illuminated version. / Optional Recommended 4 Stacks - 2 Stacks (8 Contact Blocks Total) Bottom View Back, Side and Bottom Views of Push -Pull Operator with Attached Contact Blocks Figure 5. Flat Head MRH Push -Pull Operators - Approximate Dimensions in Inches (mm) For more information visit: www.EatonElectrical.com 1.30 CA04715001E E:7•N Cutler -Hammer November 2004 HT800 Series, Catalog Number Structure Catalog Number Structure For deciphering Catalog Numbers. Not all combinations are suitable for ordering. Table 30. HT800 Catalog Numbering System for Pushbuttons, Push -Pulls and Indicating Lights Location Illuminated Pushbutt ons AA =Flush AB =Extended AE = Mushroomhead ons Iviewed from rear) n GB =Illuminated PB GD =Guarded Illuminated PB CB = 2 -Position, Non -illuminated, Round MRH Flat MRH FB = 2 -Position, Illuminated Indicating Lights HF =Full Voltage/Resistor Type HB =Transformer Type Push -to -Test Operators GT =All Types HT8 Button Color GB R AB T1 Light Unit Type/Voltage F3 = 24V FV, LED Style Pushbutt F7 = 120V FV, LED G = Green L1 = 120V Transformer, LED H = Black R =Red Ti = 120V Transformer, Incand. V3 = 24V FV, Incand. Lens Color V7 = 120V Res., Incand. A = Amber/Orange B = Blue A2 = 2N0 A6 = 2N0 C = Clear B7 = NC B = NC G = Green R = Red C = NOEM C5 = NOEM W = White C2 = 2 NOEM C6 = 2 NOEM Y =Yellow ons AA =Flush AB =Extended AE = Mushroomhead ons Iviewed from rear) n GB =Illuminated PB GD =Guarded Illuminated PB CB = 2 -Position, Non -illuminated, Round MRH Flat MRH FB = 2 -Position, Illuminated Indicating Lights HF =Full Voltage/Resistor Type HB =Transformer Type Push -to -Test Operators GT =All Types ' Left Side Right Side A = NO A5 = NO Push -Pull Operators 62 = 2NC B6 = 2NC DB = 2 -Position, Non illuminated, D1 = NCLB D = NCLB D2 = 2 NCLB D6 = 2 NCLB E7 = NOEM-NCLB E5 = NOEM-NCLB F1 = NO & NC 01 = NO & NC F4 = 1N0-1NC ' Maximum of (4) contact blocks per side or a total of lel contact blocks recommended. ladle 31. f1IaUU Selector SWItCtI Catalog Numbering Left JS = 3-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Left JU = 3-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Right JV = 3-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Right JX = 3-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Both JY = 3-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Both LN = 4-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Pos 1 to 2 LP = 4-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Pos 1 to 2 LR = 4-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Pos 4 to 3 LS = 4-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Pos 4 to 3 HT8 JA H Switch Color d - H System Style Selector Switches JA = 2-Pos., Knob, Maint. JB = 3-Pos., Knob, Maint. JC = 4-Pos., Knob, Maint. JD = 2-Pos., Lever, Maint. JE = 3-Pos., Lever, Maint. JF = 4-Pos., Lever, Maint. JK = 2 -Pas., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Lek JL = 2-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Leh JN = 2-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Right JP = 2-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Right JR = 3-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., =Black 3A TFiQt LJ Cam Location/Type 1D -For all 3-Pos. 3A -For all 2-Pos. 8E -For all 4-Pos. Contact Block Location (viewed from rear) contacts blocks recommended. = Left Side Right Side A = NO A5 = NO A2 = 2N0 A6 = 2N0 61 = NC 6 = NC B2 = 2NC B6 = 2NC C = NOEM C5 = NOEM C2 = 2 NOEM C6 = 2 NOEM D1 = NCLB D = NCLB D2 = 2 NCLB D6 = Z NCLB E1 = NOEM-NCLB E5 = NOEM NCLB F1 = NO & NC 01 = NO & NC F4 = 1N0-1NC I Maximum of (2) contact blocks per side or a total of (4) CA04715001 E For more information visit: www.EatonElectrical.com Contact Block ' Maximum of (4) contact blocks per side or a total of lel contact blocks recommended. ladle 31. f1IaUU Selector SWItCtI Catalog Numbering Left JS = 3-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Left JU = 3-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Right JV = 3-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Right JX = 3-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Both JY = 3-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Both LN = 4-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Pos 1 to 2 LP = 4-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Pos 1 to 2 LR = 4-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Pos 4 to 3 LS = 4-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Pos 4 to 3 HT8 JA H Switch Color d - H System Style Selector Switches JA = 2-Pos., Knob, Maint. JB = 3-Pos., Knob, Maint. JC = 4-Pos., Knob, Maint. JD = 2-Pos., Lever, Maint. JE = 3-Pos., Lever, Maint. JF = 4-Pos., Lever, Maint. JK = 2 -Pas., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Lek JL = 2-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Leh JN = 2-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., Right JP = 2-Pos., Lever, Spr. Rtn., Right JR = 3-Pos., Knob, Spr. Rtn., =Black 3A TFiQt LJ Cam Location/Type 1D -For all 3-Pos. 3A -For all 2-Pos. 8E -For all 4-Pos. Contact Block Location (viewed from rear) contacts blocks recommended. = Left Side Right Side A = NO A5 = NO A2 = 2N0 A6 = 2N0 61 = NC 6 = NC B2 = 2NC B6 = 2NC C = NOEM C5 = NOEM C2 = 2 NOEM C6 = 2 NOEM D1 = NCLB D = NCLB D2 = 2 NCLB D6 = Z NCLB E1 = NOEM-NCLB E5 = NOEM NCLB F1 = NO & NC 01 = NO & NC F4 = 1N0-1NC I Maximum of (2) contact blocks per side or a total of (4) CA04715001 E For more information visit: www.EatonElectrical.com CA04715001 E For more information visit: www.EatonElectrical.com Beacons Flashing Xenon 125 Class Edwards 125 Class Xenon strobe beacons are UL and cUL listed signaling devices, available in two versions, normal light output and high light output. Both versions feature a corrosion resistant NEMA Type 3R and 4X enclosure and be panel or conduit mounted. Base material is gray or black, manufactured from a 33% glass filled nylon, providing a high resistance to heat and chemicals. The lens is made of shatter -resistant polycarbonate. Operating Base Lens Replacement Description Cat. No. Voltage' Current Color Colors Lens Strobe Tube 125STRHA120A 120V AC 0.120A Gray Amber 125LA High Output 300.000 peak candela Normal Output 175,000 peak candela kAC voltage frequency is 50160 Hz 125STRHB120A Ik i 0.120A Gray Features and Specifications' 125LB • Xenon strobe light source A AL 44 • Flash rate 65 fpm Gray • Shatter -resistant polycarbonate lens 125LC • Gray or black glass filled nylon base 120V AC • Available in normal or high light output Gray • Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications 125LG • For outdoor use, lens should face up 1— 3.25" • Option for panel or conduit mounting Gray • NEMA Type 3R and 4X enclosure Q QQOr — • Operating temperature range: -31'F to 150°F L (-35°C to 66°C) Black Operating Base Lens Replacement Description Cat. No. Voltage' Current Color Colors Lens Strobe Tube 125STRHA120A 120V AC 0.120A Gray Amber 125LA High Output 300.000 peak candela Normal Output 175,000 peak candela kAC voltage frequency is 50160 Hz 125STRHB120A 120V AC 0.120A Gray Blue 125LB 125STRHC120A 120VAC 0.120A Gray Clear 125LC 125STRHG120A 120V AC 0.120A Gray Green 125LG 125STRHR120A 120V AC 0.120 A Gray Red 125LR 125STRHA120AB 120V AC 0.120 A Black Amber 125LA 125STRHB120AB 120V AC 0 120 A Black Blue 125LB 125STRHC120AB 120V AC 0120A Black Clear 125LC 125STRHG120AB 120V AC 0.120A Black Green 125LG 125STRHR120AB 1.20VAC 0.120A Black Red 125LR 120V AC 0.100A Gray Amber 125LA _125STRNA120A 125STRNB120A 120V AC 0.100A Gray Blue 125LB 125STRNC120A 120V AC 0.100A GrayClear .... ........... _ 125LC _ 125STRNG120A 120V AC 0.100A Gray Green 125LG 125STRNR120A 120V AC 0.100A Gray Red 125LR 125STRNA120AB 120V AC 0.100A Black Amber 125LA 125STRNB120AB 120V AC 0.100A Black Blue 125LB 126STRNC120AB 120V AC 0.100A Black Clear 125LC 126STRNG120AB� 120V AC 0.100 A Black Green 125LG 91B -ST 91B -ST 91B -ST 91B -ST 125STRNR120AB 120V AC 0.100A Black Red 125LR 126STRNA240A 240V AC 0.050 A Gray Amber 125LA 125STRNB240A 240V AC 0 050 A Gray Blue 125LB 125STRNC240A 240V AC 0 050 A Gray Clear 125LC 91B -ST 125STRNG240A 240V AC 0 050 A Gray Green 125LG ...... .... ..... ..._ 125STRNR240A 240V AC 0 050 A Gray Red 125LR 125STRNA240ABw 240V AC 0 050 A Black Amber 125LA 125STRNB240AB 240V AC 0 050 A Black Blue 125LB 125STRNC240AB 240V AC 0 050 A Black Clear 125LC 125STRNG240AB 240V AC 0.050 A Black Green 125LG 126STRNR240AB 240V AC 0.050 A Black Red 125LR 1.�,166 xa 01 3, 91B -ST www.edwardssignaling.com C0WAR0S 1-117 Beacons Flashing Xenon 125 Class Description Normal Output 175,000 peak candela Continued Accessories Operating Base Lens Replacement Cat. No. Voltage Current Color Colors Lens Strobe Tube 126STRNA1248D 12-48V DC 0 350 A Gray Amber 125LA Approx. Shipping 125STRNB1248D 12-48V DC 0 350 A Gray Blue 125LB 125STRH'120AB 126STRNC1248D 12-48V DC. 0.350A Gray Clear 125LC 114 -ST 125STRNG1248D 12-48V DC 0 350 A Gray Green 125LG 061 125STRNR1248D 12-48V DC 0 350 A Gray Red 125LR 125GRD 125STRNA1248DB 12-48V DC 0 350 A Black Amber 125LA 2.30 125STRNB1248DB 12-48V DC 0 350 A Black Blue 125LB 126STRNC1248DB 12-48V DC 0 350 A Black Clear 125LC 114 -ST 125STRNG1248DB 12-48V DC 0 350 A Black Green 125LG 125STRNR1248DB 12-48V DC 0.350 A Black Red 125LR Accessories Description Cat. No. Protective Wire Guard 125GRD Comer Mount Bracket CBR Wall Mount Bracket WBR Weights and Dimensions Approx. Net Approx. Shipping Cat. No. Weight (lb.) Weight (lb.) 125STRH•120A 051 0.6 125STRH'120AB 051 06 125STRN'120A 052 061 125STRN'240A _ 0.52 061 125STRN'120AB 052 061 125STRN'240AB 052 061 125STRN'1248D 052 061 125STRN'1248DB 052 0.61 125GRD 0.61 0.77 CBR 4.00 4..20 WBR 2.30 150 'Letter in this position designates lens color A - amber, 6 - blue, C - clear, G - green. or R red Gasket (provided for use 3.879" (98.4mm) when direct panel mounting) � 125GRD CBR WBR Protective Wire Guard Corner Mount Bracket Wall Mount Bracket Double threaded for Locknut - 1.3625" O.D.(provided panel mounting or 112 internal or _ for use when direct panel 314" external mounting) conduit mounting -�� 3.26 i (82.6mm) 1-118 C0WARDs www.edwardssignaling.com TL70 Modular Tower Light more sensors, more solutions Instruction Manual Models Color/Position Banner's TL70 Tower Light is a 70 mm, modular LED indicator with extremely bright and uniform light. The modularity gives the user flexibility to customize tower lights as needed and change T = Terminal AL = Loud Audible positions in the field. The TL70 is also available preassembled for easy installation. Light segments have user -selectable solid ON or flashing TL70 TL70 Segments Up to six colors, or five colors plus audible, in one device • Rugged, water-resistant IP65 housing with UV -stabilized material Blank = None Housing Bright, uniform indicator segments appear gray when off to eliminate false indication from ambient light Housing Color/Alarm Several connection options to choose from including M12/Euro-style quick disconnect, cabled, and terminal -wired Models Color/Position Housing T = Terminal AL = Loud Audible TL70 Base TL70 TL70 Segments not available with six-hghlmodels Blank = None Housing Connection Housing Color Housing Color/Alarm Housing Color B-TL70 — Q5 SG-TL70 — R W = While Base Segment 5 = 2 m, 5 -wire Integral Cable Blank = Black TL70 Segment G = Green Blank = Black 8 = 2 m, 8 -wire Integral Cable C =Gray Y - Yellow C = Gray T = Terminal R = Red 05 = 5 -pin M121Euro-style Integral OD B = Blue 08 = 8 -pin M121Euro-style Integral OD W = White OP5 = 150 mm (5.9 in) cable with 5 -pin M121Euro-style OD 0 = Orange 0P8 = 150 mm (5.9 in) cable with 8 -pin M121Euro-style OD A = Standard Audible Models .Y i a qu k d -t require a malng mrdsar AL = Loud Audible ALM = Loud Multi -Tone Audible AP = Programmable Audible Select the 5 -pin base for tower light configurations of up to 4 modules. Select the 8 -pin base for tower light configurations of up to 6 modules. • Example base model number: B-TL70-Q5 • Example light segment model number: SG-TL70-G • Example audible segment model number: SG-TL70-A TL70 Pre -Assembled Models �1 V Audible Alarm' Housing Color Connection Q Blank = None Blank = Black Color/Position Housing T = Terminal AL = Loud Audible 1 2 5 s TL70 W B❑�El not available with six-hghlmodels Blank = None G = Green Y = Yellow R=Red B = Blue W = While 0 = Orange �1 V Audible Alarm' Housing Color Connection Q Blank = None Blank = Black Blank = 2 m Integral Cable A = Standard Audible C = Gray T = Terminal AL = Loud Audible 0 = Nil2iEuro-style Integral OD AP = Programmable Audible 0P = 150 mm (5.9 in) cable with 5 -pin M121Euro-slyle 0D not available with six-hghlmodels kdes'n'dequ kdls...trequa a -Ll gmrdset • Example pre -assembled model number: TL70GYRAQ. Original Rev. F Document 18 April 2017 1182214 ReIII III IIIIII II�I�I 182214 TL70 Modular Tower Light Configuring the Modules o N - " " �"-i Turn on the appropriate DIP switch to set the order of the components, counting up from the tower 17 F1 fl F-1_ �1 �1 light's base. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 1 Module 6 Module 5 Module 4 Module 3 Module 2 Module 1 Base * Factory default setting 2 www.bannerengineering.com - Tel: +1-763-544.3164 P/N 182214 Rev. F DIP Switches Assembly Options Assembly Options 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Module 1 ON 2 3 4 5 6 7 Module 2 ON 10 Light and Module 3 ON OFF Standard Audible Chirp Alarm Components Module 4 ON Module 5 ON OFF Module 6 ON Continuous OFF OFF 3 Hz ON OFF Light Module 1.5 Hz Flash Rate ON ON Solid On* OFF OFF OFF OFF Pulse 1.5 Hz ON OFF Chirp Alarm ON ON Standard Audible Module Settings Siren Alarm OFF ON Continuous OFF OFF Alarm* * Factory default setting 2 www.bannerengineering.com - Tel: +1-763-544.3164 P/N 182214 Rev. F DIP Switches Assembly Options 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pulse 1.5 Hz ON OFF Chirp Alarm ON ON Siren Alarm OFF ON Continuous OFF OFF Alarm* Loud Audible Low OFF OFF Module Intensity Settings Med ON OFF Intensity Med./Loud OFF ON Intensity Loud ON ON Intensity * Factory default setting 2 www.bannerengineering.com - Tel: +1-763-544.3164 P/N 182214 Rev. F TL70 Modular Tower Light Assembling the Modules Wiring Diagrams PNP Input NPN Input Module 3 = _ Module 3 + 12-30 V do 12-30 V do M1INEENEW4 + M1 4 — 1 M3 2 � M3 2 M4 15 --Cl iY I MQ I5 PNP Input NPN Input Module 2 _ Module 7 + Mt 12-30 V do 6 0� + M1 12-30 V do 6 0� M3 1 M3 1 5.... --..per M5 4 4 p� M6 8 M6 8 3 Not Used 3 :Not Used To assemble the modules: 1. Align the notches on each module and press together. 2. Rotate the top module clockwise to lock into place (notches shown in the locked position). Euro -style Male Pinouts Key 1 = brown 2 = white 3 = blue 24 = black • 4 5 = gray 3 5 M1 = Module 1 M2 = Module 2 M3 = Module 3 M4 = Module 4 Euro -style Male Pinouts Key 1 - white 2 = brown 028 73 = green 4 = yellow 26 5 = gray 356 = pink 4 7 = blue 8 = red MS = Module 1 M2 = Module 2 M3 = Module 3 M4 = Module 4 M5 = Module 5 M6 = Module 6 P/N 182214 Rev. F www.bannerengineering.com - Tel: +1-763-544-3164 3 Wiring Terminal Block Terminal Block Key (mA) at 30 Vdc 0 = do common 420 1 = Module 1 Red, Yellow, Orange 2 = Module 2 120 3 = Module 3 LED:ENDU 4 = Module 4 :J 0 5 _ Module 5 14 6 = Module 6 40 28 Specifications Supply Voltage and Current 12 Vdc to 30Vdc Indicator Color or Audible Model Maximum Current at 12 Vdc (mA) at 30 Vdc Blue, Green, White 420 150 Red, Yellow, Orange 285 120 Standard Audible 30 30 Loud Audible (Intensity 1) 18 14 Loud Audible (Intensity 2) 40 28 Loud Audible (Intensity 3( 160 70 Loud Audible (Intensity 4) 350 110 Supply Protection Circuitry Protected against transient voltages Indicators 1 to 6 colors depending on model (Green, Red, Yellow, Blue, White, and Orange) LEDs are independently selected Flash Rates: 1.5 Hz±10%and 3 Hz±10% Indicator Response Time Off Response: 150 Its (maximum) at 12 to 30 V do On Response: 180 ms (maximum) at 12 V dc; 50 ms (maximum) at 30 V do TL70 Modular Tower Light Audible Alarm Standard Audible: 2.6 kHz ± 250 Hz oscillation frequency; maximum intensity (typical) 92 d8 at 1 in (3.3 ft) Loud Audible: 2 6 kHz ± 250 Hz oscillation frequency; maximum intensity (typical) at 1 m (3 3 ft) (see table) DIP Switches Max Intensity (Loud Audible) 9 10 ON ON int—ity4 101 dB OFF ON lntensrty3 99 dB ON OFF Intensity 2 92 dB OFF OFF Intensity 1 85 dB Audible Adjustment Standard Audible: Rotate the cover until the desired volume Is reached Loud Audible Alarm: Select the desired volume using DIP switches 9 and 10 Typical Reduction in Sound Intensity with Audible Adjustment (maximum to minimum): • Standard Audible: 8 dB • Loud Audible: 16 dB Construction Bases, Segments, Covers: polycarbonate 4 www.bannerengineering.com -Tel: +1-763-544-3164 P/N 182214 Rev F TL70 Modular Tower Light Indicator Characteristics Color Dominant Wavelength (nm) or Color Temperature (CCT) Color Coordinates) If y Lumen Output (Typical at Z5 •CI Green 525 nm 2 light modules 92 Red 625 nm 3 light modules 40 Yellow 590 nm - 22 Blue 470 nm - - 32 White 5000K - 125 Orarige - 0 33 33 Connections 5 -pin M12/Euro-style quick disconnect connector, 8 -pin M12/Euro-style quick disconnect connector, 150 mm (5.9 in) PVC cab a with an M12/Euro style quick disconnect connector, terminal block, or 2 m (6 5 ft) unterminated cable, depending on model Terminal Block Models 14 to 28 AWG wire Operating Conditions -40 'C to +50 'C (-40 'F to +122 'F) 95% at +SO'C maximum relative humidity (non -condensing) Environmental Rating IEC IP65 Certifications CE c@__ Dimensions H ru9.15 � n •;madlu ful 249mm tluded) l0 98 j in.e r2 threads IR 14 NPT Llac 1,. 22511", (29 m$Q Id12•I Vibration and Mechanical Shock Vibration 10 Hz to 55 Hz 0.5 mm p -p amplitude per IEC 60068-2-6 Shock 15G 11 ms duration, half sine wave per IEC 60068-2-27 Required Overcurrent Protection Q WARNING: Electrical connections must be made by qualified personnel in accordance with local and national electrical codes and regulations. Overcurrent protection is required to be provided by end product application per the supplied table. Overcurrent protection may be provided with external fusing or via Current Limiting, Class 2 Power Supply. Supply wiring leads < 24 AWG shall not be sp iced. For additional product support, go to www erengineering.com. Supply Wiring (AWG) Required Overcurrent Protection (Amps) 20 0 22 0 24 0 26 A 0 28 08 30 Model Height (H) 1 light module 87.6 mm (3.45 in) 1 light module, 1 audible module 144.3 mm (5.68 in) 2 light modules 137.3 mm (5.41 in) 2 light modules, 1 audible module 194 mm (7.64 in) 3 light modules 187 mm (7.36 in) 3 light modules, 1 audible module 243.7 mm (9.59 in) 4 light modules 236.7 mm (9.32 in) 4light modules, 1 audible module 293.4 mm (11.55 in) 5 light modules 286.4 mm (11.28 in) 5 light modules, 1 audible module 343.1 mm (13.5 in) I Refer to CIE 1931 chromaticity diagram or color chart, to show equivalent color with indicated color coordinates. P/N 182214 Rev. F www.bannerengineering.com -Tel: +1-763-544-3164 5 TL70 Modular Tower Light Accessories Cordsets 5 -Pin Threaded M32/Euro-Style Cordsets—Single Ended Model Length Style Dimensions Pinout (Female) MQDC1-501.5 0.50 m (1.5 ft) 44TyD MQDCi-506 1.83 m (6 ft) MQDCi-515 4.57 m (15 ft) Straight M12xi MQDCi-530 9.14 m (30 ft) 014.5 210 MQDCi-506RA 1.83 m (6 ft) 3 4 5 MQDCi-515RA 4.57 m (15 ft) i —32TYp I (116'J� 1=Brown T 2=White 3 = Blue Right -Angle (118? 4 = Black 5 =Gray MQDCi-530RA 9.14 m (30 ft) M12x1� 014.5 (OS7'J 8 -Pin Threaded M32/Euro-Style Cordsets with Open -Shield Model Length Style Dimensions Pinout (Female) MQDC2S-806 1.83 m (6 ft) MQDC25-815 4.57 m (15 ft) 44Typ MQDC2S-830 9.14 m (30 ft) Straight 2 3 M12x1 MQDCZS-850 15.2 m(50 ft) 014.5 1 6 6 5 4 1 MQDC25-806RA 1.83 m (6 ft) MQDC2S-815RA 4.57 m (15 ft) 32 TYp. 1 = White 2 = Brown MQDC25-830RA 9.14 in (30 ft) 3 = Green 30Typ. 4 = Yellow Right -Angle [tilij 5 = Gray 1 6 = P.nk MQDC2S-850RA 15.2 m (50 ft) M12x 1 II I 7 = Blue 014.5 [0.51 8 = Red All measurements are listed in millimeters, unless noted otherwise. 6 www.bannerengineering.com-Tel:+1-763-544-3164 P/N 182214 Rev. F TL70 Modular Tower Light Mounting Brackets 45 SMB30A r'/� SMB30MM 70 - 57 • Right-angle bracket with curved II 12-ga. stainless steel bracket a slot for versatile orientation st H with curved mounting slots for I c • Clearance for M6 (% in) O B versatile orientation 57� o ^ hardware Clearance for M6 (% in) B • Mounting hole for 30 mm o.A hardware i sensor fig\ / Mounting hole for 30 mm A • 12-ga.stainless steel sensor Hole center spacing: A to B=40 Hole center spacing: A = 51, A to B = 25.4 Hole size: A=o 6.3, B= 27.1 x 6.3, C=o 30.5 Hole size: A = 42.6 x 7, B =0 6.4, C = 0 30.1 60 85 _. -y SMBAMS30P C SSA-MBK-EEC1 c WB • Flat SMBAMS series bracket Single 30 mm hole • 30 mm hole for mounting 93 'A 8 gauge steel, black finish sensors a (powder coat) • Articulation slots for 90'+ (© 80 . rotation Front surface for customer • 12-ga. 300 series stainless steel applied labels A Hole center spacing: A-26.0. A to B=13.0 Hole size: A-26.8 x 7.0, B -o 6.5, C=o 31.0 Hole size: A = 0 7, B = 0 30 All measurements are listed in millimeters, unless noted otherwise. Elevated Mount System Model Model Features Construction Features Components SA -M30 - Black Polycarbonate SA -F12 MS mounting hardware and nitrile gasket paint Streamlined black PC or Gray PC thread cover included 10 i o70 • Covers M30 thread on the light base SA-M30C - Gray Polycarbonate Mounting hardware included Polished 304 Stainless Black Anodized Clear Anodized Steel Aluminum Aluminum SOP-E12-150SS SOP -E12 -150A SOP-E12-150AC Elevated -use stand-off pipe (Y in. NPSM/DN15) 150 mm (6 in) long 150 mm (6 in) long 150 mm (6 in) long Polished 304 stainless steel, black anodized aluminum, or clear anodized aluminum surface SOP -E12-30055 SOP -E12 -300A SOP-E12-300AC '/, in. NPT thread at both ends 300 mm (12 in) long 300 mm (12 in) long 300 mm (12 in) long Compatible with most industrial environments SOP -E12-90055 SOP -E12 -900A SOP-E12-900AC 900 mm (36 in) long 900 mm (36 in) long 900 mm (36 in) long SA-E12M30 . Black Acetal Streamlined black acetal or white UHMW mounting base adapter/cover • Connects between Y, in. NPSM/DN15 pipe and 30 mm SA-E12M30C - White UHMW (1-3/16 in) drilled hole . • Mounting hardware included Pipe Mounting Flange Model Features Construction • For use elevated stand-off pipes (Y, in, NPSMountin Die-cast zinc base with black 112.14 54 ' NPSM 4x o55 SA -F12 MS mounting hardware and nitrile gasket paint � O included 10 i o70 P/N 182214 Rev F www.bannerengineering.com - Tel: +1-763-544-3164 7 TL70 Modular Tower Light Foldable Mounting Bracket Model Features Construction SA-FF812 For use with 1/2 inch stand-off pipes Black polycarbonate Stainless steel hardware SA-FFB12C Gray polycarbonate ttt tt 070 4.05 LMB Sealed Right -Angle Brackets Model Description Construction LMB30RA Black polycarbonate Direct -Mount Models: Bracket kit with base, 30 mm v LMB30RAC adapter, set screw, fasteners, o -rings, and gasket Gray polycarbonate \ LMBE12RA Black polycarbonate o Pipe -Mount Models: Bracket kit with base, '/=•14 pipe adapter, set screw, fasteners, o -rings, and gasket. For n LMBE12RAC use with stand-off pipe (listed and sold separately) Gray polycarbonate b Banner Engineering Corp. Limited Warranty Banner Engineering Corp. warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year following the date of shipment. Banner Engineering Carp will repair or replace, free of charge, any product of as manufacture which, at the time it is returned to the factory, is found to have been defective during the warranty period. This warranty does not cover damage or liability for misuse, abuse, or the improper application or installation of the Banner product. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), AND WHETHER ARISING UNDER COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, COURSE OF DEALING OR TRADE USAGE. 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For the most recent version of any documentation, refer to erengineering com. more sensors, more solutions Banner Engineering Corp A I r.ghts reserved Central Dorm Controller Pro -fame by Schneider Electric Datasheet 10.4" Touch Screen Operator Interface — Features: • 65,536 Colors, Clear, Bright, High -Resolution TFT High Speed Application Transfer, 10 Times Faster Display than Conventional Operator Interfaces • Energy Effecient LED Display 101100 Base -T Ethernet, USB, Serial Touchlaanel • Choice of No Grid Analog or Matrix Touch Panel Communication, and SO Card Interfaces Operation for Improved Visibility and Precise Part Placement High -Definition Part Images and Multi -Language • Supports Up to Four Protocol Drivers Support - - Simultaneously M- OttII' - u J mM TFT calm Troch Srseen Oparwm In•,M . GP -45 OxT 10.4 ,up -,Proa Du,.,us C E O Specifications Model PFXGP4501TAA,PFXGP4501TAD P7 PFXGP4501TMA PFXGP4501TMD General Specifications Model P4503TAD' Graphics Display Resolution 610 x 480 pixels (VGA) Display Type and Sae TFT Color LCD 110 4 inch) Display Coors 65,536 Colors (no blink), 16,384 (blink) Display Area W211.2 x H158.4 mm [W8.31 x H6.24 in.1 Touch Screen Resistive film analog 1024 x 1024 resolution I Resistive Film tmatnx) USB USB Type -A (2.0) x 1 , USB minrB (2.0) xt SD Card SD Card slot x 1 (maximum 32 GB SDSDHC Card) Serial COM 1: RS -232C Asynchronous Transmission Data Length 7 or 8 bit. Parity: none, odd or Noise Voltage: 1,500 Vp-p, Pulse Duration: I ps, Rise Time 1 ns (via noise simulator] Noise Voltage 1,000 Vp-p, Pulse Duration: I Ns, Rise Time: I ns (via noise simulator) even, Stop Bit: I or 2 bit, Data Transmission Speed: 2,400 bps to 115.2 kbps. Connector Natural air circulation D.Sub9 (plug) Contact Discharge Method.6 kV (IECIEN610004-2 Level 3) GP -4501 COM 2: RS4221485 Asynchronous Transmission Data Length 7 or 8 bit Panty none. IEClEN61131-2 compliant, 5 to 9 Hz Single amplitude 3 5 mm [0.14 in 1, 9 to 150 Hz Fixed accelerabon:9 8 m/s', X. Y. Z diredions for 10 cycles (appmx, 100 min) odd a even Stop Bit: 1 or 2 bit Data Transmission Speed, 2A00 bps to 115.2 kbps. 187 5kbps IECIEN 61131-2 compliant 147 mis2, X, Y, Z directions for 3 times (MPI) Connector. D-Sub9 (plug) Equivalent to IP65f, Nema #250 Type 4x/13 (Equivalent to NEMA 12 with the addition of "Oil or Spraying and Splashing') when properly installed in an enclosure 'GP4503T. COM 2: RS485 (isolationl Asynchronous Transmission Data Length 7 or 8 bit Par- 2 kg I4.4 •1 or less fdisplay unit only) ity none, Even or Odd Slop Bit: 1 or 2 bit Data Transmission Speed: 2A00 bps to 115 2 kbps. W272.5 x H214.5 x D57 mm [W10.73 x Hi x D2.24 in.I 187 5 kbps (MPI} Connector. D-Sub9 (socket) Ethernet Ethemet IEEE802.111EEE802, 3u, 10BASE-Trl00BASE-TX Baddlght White LED (User nomeplaceable parts. When replacement is required contact your lora; distributor. Brightness and Contrast Controls 16 levels of adjustment available via touch panel or the software Programming Memory 32MB FEPROM (GP -Pro EX V3.0 oriater) Backup Memory 512kb SRAM with battery backup X52016 Pro -face All rights reserved Specifications may change without notice. General Specifications Model PFXGP4501TAA, PFXGP450IT61A PFXGP4501TAD, PFXGP4503TAD, PFXGP4501TMO Input Voltage AC 100 to 240 V input voltage limdes AC 85 to 264h Rated DC24V (Limits DC19 2 to 28.8V) Power Consumption 100 Vac 44 VA w less 240 Vac: 58 VA or less 17 W or less Ambient Operating Temp 0°C(32°F}1a 55'C(131°F) Storage Temperature .20 to 60'C [4 to 140 °F1 Allitude Endurance 800hPa to 1114hPA 12000 meters or lower) Certfieltbns CE, UL Listed Cl I Div 2 (CI 1 Div 2 is only available on Rev B units), RoHS. ABS {American Bureau of Shipping), DNV (Norway - Marine) CE, UL Listed Cl 1 Div 2ICI 1 Div 2 is only available on Ree C un!W Rev. B units for PFXGP- 4301TAD), ROHS, ABS (American Bureau of Shipping), DNV (Norway - Marine) Humidity - AmbientlStorage 10 to 90 % RH (Wet bulb temperature: 39 °C 1102.2'Fl or less - no condensation k 10 to 90 % RH (Wet bulb temperature- 39 `C [102-2 *FI or less - no condensation.) Noise Immunity Noise Voltage: 1,500 Vp-p, Pulse Duration: I ps, Rise Time 1 ns (via noise simulator] Noise Voltage 1,000 Vp-p, Pulse Duration: I Ns, Rise Time: I ns (via noise simulator) cooling klelhod Natural air circulation Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Contact Discharge Method.6 kV (IECIEN610004-2 Level 3) Vibration Resistance IEClEN61131-2 compliant, 5 to 9 Hz Single amplitude 3 5 mm [0.14 in 1, 9 to 150 Hz Fixed accelerabon:9 8 m/s', X. Y. Z diredions for 10 cycles (appmx, 100 min) Shock dudng operation IECIEN 61131-2 compliant 147 mis2, X, Y, Z directions for 3 times Rating Equivalent to IP65f, Nema #250 Type 4x/13 (Equivalent to NEMA 12 with the addition of "Oil or Spraying and Splashing') when properly installed in an enclosure Weight 2 kg I4.4 •1 or less fdisplay unit only) External Dimensions W272.5 x H214.5 x D57 mm [W10.73 x Hi x D2.24 in.I Warranty Two-year standard (maximum 4 years) X52016 Pro -face All rights reserved Specifications may change without notice. Pro -lace by Schneider EIeccr c Unit: mm [in.] it ICH -111] ] 12 l C��l'[pOU[!np �I E��a�o6e �� �� I,OGdll�il�n:� 1 2:a s _ 1018 2725 turn nit: mm [in.] Datasheet ► R C A A m 4 A a C GP4501T 259 mm (-1, -0 mm) 201 mm (-1, -0 mm) 16 5 mm GP4503T (10 2 in [*004 -0 (791i. [+004 -0 in ]) (006 02,n) in ]) Ethernet Multi -Link function Part Number Product Name PFXZCBSD4GC41 SD Memory Card (4 GB, Class 41 GP -Pro EX (EX-ED-Vx) Screen and Logic Development Software (ver 3 0 or newer PLC Cables 8 Accessories See AGP30DO Connectivity Document Caution: Before operating any at these products, please be sure to read all related manuals thoroughly. All product names used in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies All information contained in this document is subject to change without notice Easily Transfer Data Screen data can be updated by using the data transfer tool even without a software license. �`sm mar 3 mm (0 12 in maximum O_ aw��' r rod me exp trsuner od o� ce dpnnlo.tl rar tree trvn r"e wen http://: w.pmFaceamen[a corn Part Number Description PFXGP4501TAA GP4601T: 10 4' TFT Calor Touchscreen (Analog;, VGA, 2x _ "--"' Sedal, Ethernet, 2x USB, SD, 100-240VAC UUCE PFXGP4501TAD GP4501T 10.4'TFTColor Touchscreen (Analog),VGA. 2x allows you to easily add a GP as Serial, Ethernet, 2x USB SD 24VDC, UUCE PFXGP4501TMA GP4501T 10 4' TFT Color Touchscreen (Matrix), VGA 2x asub-display to the facility 57 _ - 224 _"�� Serial, Ethemet, 2x USB SD lou-240VAC, UUCE PFXGP4501TMD GP -4501T 104'TFTColor Touchscreen (Matrix),VGA 2x without changing any settings of Serial, Ethemet, 2x USB SD 24VDC UUCE PFXGP4501TAAC GP4501T 104'TFT Color Touchscreen(Analog). VGA. 2x - - A_ Serial, Ethernet, 2x USB SD 100-240VAC, UUCE, Conformal _ Coating PFXGP4501TADC GP4501T f0A'TFTCoorTourhscreen(Analog),VGA. 2x Serial, Ethernet, 2x USB SD. 24VDC. UL/CE, Conformal Coating PFXGP4503TAD GP4503T 10.4' TFT Color Touchscreen (Analog), VGA, 2x Serial (1 -RS232, 1-RS465MPI!, Ethernet, 2x USS SD, Control device 24VDC, UUCE ► R C A A m 4 A a C GP4501T 259 mm (-1, -0 mm) 201 mm (-1, -0 mm) 16 5 mm GP4503T (10 2 in [*004 -0 (791i. [+004 -0 in ]) (006 02,n) in ]) Ethernet Multi -Link function Part Number Product Name PFXZCBSD4GC41 SD Memory Card (4 GB, Class 41 GP -Pro EX (EX-ED-Vx) Screen and Logic Development Software (ver 3 0 or newer PLC Cables 8 Accessories See AGP30DO Connectivity Document Caution: Before operating any at these products, please be sure to read all related manuals thoroughly. All product names used in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies All information contained in this document is subject to change without notice Easily Transfer Data Screen data can be updated by using the data transfer tool even without a software license. �`sm mar 3 mm (0 12 in maximum O_ aw��' r rod me exp trsuner od o� ce dpnnlo.tl rar tree trvn r"e wen http://: w.pmFaceamen[a corn Pro -face America Customer Service Hotline: 800.289.9266 Phone: 734.477.0600 For more information Fax: 734.86 Pro face www. profaceamenmerica -com www.profaceamerica com • DS GP450.T E 2016 Pro -face A nghts reserved Specircations may change without notice Master The Ethernet Multi -Link function _ ethernet allows you to easily add a GP as asub-display to the facility _"�� without changing any settings of x the control device. A_ Slave Slave Slave Control device Pro -face America Customer Service Hotline: 800.289.9266 Phone: 734.477.0600 For more information Fax: 734.86 Pro face www. profaceamenmerica -com www.profaceamerica com • DS GP450.T E 2016 Pro -face A nghts reserved Specircations may change without notice Type 1, 3, & 3R Enclosures Mounting Enclosure for Central Dorm Controller Junction Boxes Type 1 Screw Cover - Painted & Galvanized Data and Illustration Sheet Application • Used as wiring boxes, junction and pull boxes • Protects against contact with enclosed equipment Standards • UL 50 listed, Type 1 • CSA C22.2 No. 40 certified, Type 1 • Conforms to NEMA standard for Type 1 I A ('*A) A v A-1.00 (25) Finish • Wash and phosphate undercoat or galvanized steel • ANSI 61 gray acrylic electrocoat finish Accessories • Ground lug kit • Touch-up paint • See Accessories section Construction • Enclosure and cover are fabricated from code gauge steel or galvanized steel, (see table) • Enclosure body has mounting holes on the back • Enclosures are available with or without knockouts on the sides, top and bottom ends • Cover is secured to the body with plated pan head combo screws • Keyhole slots provided in the cover allow easy access to the inside without removing the screws • Hole provision for optional ground lug kit • Ground screw provided Discount Schedule: A2 Subclass ANO (painted) & AXII (galvanized) —� B-1.00 T 1251 0.25 (6! mounting B (*'B) hole (4PL) B Front View ------------- -I knockout area (see table for pattern, see detail for size) Bottom View C Side View Dimensions: ' *A = (-1.90) If 16 or 14 gauge (-3.90) if 12 gauge ' *B = (-2.00) If 16 or 14 gauge (4-00) if 12 gauge Notes: We can provide special sizes, finishes and other modifications. Consult the factory for your special requirements. Dimensions are in inches. Millimeters shown are for reference only. Data subject to change without notice. Eaton 50 B -Line series electrical enclosures Type 1, 3, & 3R Enclosures Junction Boxes Type 1 Screw Cover - Painted & Galvanized Catalog Number Subclass: ANO - Painted & AX1 - Galvanized Enclosure Catalog Number Enclosure Size Knockout Knockout Pattern Pattern Painted Galvanized Height x Width x Depth AxBxC KO No KO KO No Ko in. mm Gauge Each Side Top & Bottom 443 SC 443 SC NK 443 SCGV 443 SCGV NK 4.00 x 4.00 x 3.00 102 x 102 x 76 16 CG Cly 444 SC 444 SC NK 444 SCGV 444 SCGV NK 4.00 x 4.00 x 4.00 102 x 102 x 102 16 C Dl Q9 644 SC 644 SC NK 644 SCGV 644 SCGV NK 6.00 x 4.00 x 4.00 152 x 102 x 102 16 C D E CO 663 SC 663 SC NK 663 SCGV 663 SCGV NK 6.00 x 6.00 x 3.00 152 x 152 x 76 16 Q-20 C D E 664 SC 664 SC NK 664 SCGV 664 SCGV NK 6.00 x 6.00 x 4.00 152 x 152 x 102 16 C D E C D E 863 SC 863 SC NK 863 SCGV 863 SCGV NK 8.00 x 6.00 x 4300 203 x 152 x 76 16 CH I J @(SK) 864 SC 864 SC NK 864 SCGV 864 SCGV NK 8.00 x 6.00 x 4.00 203 x 152 x 102 16 G H I iJJ C D E 884 SC 884 SC NK 884 SCGV 884 SCGV NK 8.00 x 8.00 x 4.00 203 x 203 x 102 16 (9,H9 J G H J)T -- 1064 SC NK -- 1064 SCGV NK 10.00 x 6.00 x 4.00 254 x 152 x 102 16 1084 SC 1084 SC NK 1084 SCGV 1084 SCGV NK 10.00 x 8.00 x 4.00 254 x 203 x 102 6 C CHC J 10104 SC 10104 SC NK 10104 SCGV 10104 SCGV NK 10.00 x 10.00 x 4.00 254 x 254 x 102 16 G 9 y 0i G H I J 1264 SC 1264 SC NK -- 1264 SCGV NK 12 00 x 6 00 x 4.00 305 x 152 x 102 16 (D E F,(G IF) CXgOE 1284 SC 1284 SC NK 1284 SCGV 1284 SCGV NK 12.00 x 8 00 x 4.00 305 x 203 x 102 16D E t F G H @ H CI Q 12104 SC 12104 SC NK 12104 SCGV 12104 SCGV NK 1200 x 10.00 x 4.00 305 x 254 x 102 16 D ECF%.JE) (D El F G H 12124 SC 12124 SC NK 12124 SCGV 12124 SCGV NK 12.00 x 12 00 x 4.00 305 x 305 x 102 16 D EO@OH D E FG F! -• 15154 SC NK 15154 SCGV 15.00 x 15 00 x 4.00 381 x 381 x 102 I6C D 1 E F G H li C DE fDt H 16124 SC 16124 SC NK 16124 SCGV 16124 SCGV NK 16.00 x 12 00 x 4.00 406 x 305 x 102 16 C D i F G H )D E G H 16164 sC 16154 SC NK 16164 SCGV 16.00 x 16 00 x 4.00 406 x 406 x 102 16 C Dt E FCD H I CCE F G H (I� 18124 SC 18124 SC NK 18124 SCGV 16124 SCGV NK 18.00 x 12 00 x 4.00 457 x 305 x 102 16 CBIv D E F Gg I J rD E F G H 18154 SC NK 18154 SCGV 18.00 x 15 00 x 4.00 457 x 381 x 102 16 ( B CD,C�DG H -1 C D E F G H(JI 18184 SC 18184 SC NK 18184 SCGV 18184 SCGV NK 18.00 x 18 00 x 4.00 457 x 457 x 102 16 B C CD E F G H! I J u @(D E F CG OD J 24124 SC 24124 SC NK 24124 SCGV 24.00 x 12 00 x 4 00 610 x 305 x 102 16 B CCD ( TCG H 1-1 J D E F CIH -- 24184 SC NK 24184 SCGV 24.00 x 1 B.00 x 4.00 610 x 457 x 102 16 B C D E,11 G H I B C D E F G H I I J 24244 SC 24244 SC NK 24244 SCGV 24244 SCGV NK 24.00 x 24 00 x 4.00 610 x 610 x 102 14 C C DE F CrC J 8 C D E F G H,1)� -- 30184 SC NK 30184 SCGV 30184 SCGV NK 30.00 x 18 00 x 4.00 762 x 457 x 102 16 B C D E, F GISI J C C D E ,F GH I J 30244 SC 30244 SC NK 30244 SCGV 30244 SCGV NK 30.00 x 24 00 x 4.00 762 x 610 x 102 14 (B (C, D E F@ex @HDO (B CD EF'(G O 1 J) 30304 SC NK - 30304 SCGV NK 30.00 x 30.00 x 4 00 762 x 762 x 102 12 .1.87" 1.87" (47) (47) D E F 3/4.1 1/2.3/4 1 1 1 /,1 Conduit Sizes 162" (4I1 1.62" 1.62" (41) (41) 1.62" n O 00- 3 O A B C 1/2.3/4 3/4-1 1/2.3/4 .1.87" 1.87" (47) (47) D E F 3/4.1 1/2.3/4 1 1 1 /,1 Conduit Sizes 162" (4I1 r 1.62" L 141) 1.62" p111 162" O 00-71- O OO + G H I J K 1/2-3/4 3/4.1 1/2-3/4 3/4-1 1/23/4 Knockout Detail Note: See tab a for applicable knockout pattern. Notes: Dimensions are in inches. Millimeters shown are for reference only. Data subject to change without notice. B -Line series electrical enclosures 51 Eaton RAF,Q�` a ry VVITFi watw CONTRACT ROUTING FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Use this cover sheet to circulate all contracts for review and approval in the order shown below TO BE COMPLETED BY INITIATING DEPARTMENT PROJECT MANAGER Contracting Department: DPW Project Manager: Faby Guillen Extension: 3435 Project Name: FS 52 - Alerting System Installation Contractor's Contact: Barry Yant Contact's Email: Barry@beckdata.com T RESPONSIBLE Step I DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION COMPLETED DATE I REVIEWER (initials) a. Email PINS Introductory Notice to Contractor b. Email Contract (in Word) & attachments to City Attorney c o I Project Manager Lamine.Gntens:u cavotsanmfael org 1 22019 a. Review, rev ise and comment on draft agreement and return to Project Manager b. Confirm insurance requirements, create Job on PINS, send PINS _ 2 City Attorney insurance notice to contractor Approval of final agreement form to send to contractor. (Provide Dept _ 3 Department Director Director i 11161IMaj Summary ivlAgreement) Forward three (3) originals or final agreement to contractor for their 4 Project Manager signature When necessary. contractor -signed agreement agendized f'ur Council (it' ( outtcdappimairryntred.lin l9nleyeinnul.l'enJcc•y:I;rcentcnt� and purch!hvev ul goody and servicev that exceed S75,000 and ,tbr hihlic• Ifbrkv 5 Project Manager Conuvcty that oxceed SI 7S,000 (Knler• dole al ('utntci1 S/eeiing) PRIN t CONTINUE ROUTING PROCI SS WI III HARD COPY Forward signed original agreement to City Attorney with printed copy of this 1/15/19 6 Project Manager routing form 7 City Attorney Review and approv a hard copy of signed agreement Re%ievw and a pro a insurance in PINS, and onds (fi ublic works i 3 City Attorney contracts) ` %'�"ib�* L4_J City �— `�� 9 ManageriMayor Agreement executed by Council authorized official T _ Attest signatures, retains original agreement and towards copies to project 10 City Clerk manager ❑❑ I I Project Manager Forward Final Copy to Contractor IG