DAS Alert Annunciator Panel Model 1221 - New!
DAS Alert Annunciator Panel Model 1221 - New!
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The new DAS Alert 1221 unit is backwards compatible with all previous 1221-A and 1221-B models. It works with any BDA or BBU alarm relay contact configuration. It comes with a 120 VAC to 48 VDC wall transformer if you wish to power it from an ordinary electrical outlet. It will also accept any user supplied DC power from 12 to 55 VDC. The 1221 incorporates all of the functions of the 1221-A and 1221-B with many additional features such as:
- 15 easily removed knockouts for cable routing.
- Meets or exceeds UL-2524, NFPA 72, NFPA 1221, NEMA-4; IEC320-C14 and UL60950-1 specifications.
- An audible alarm resettable from inside the locked cabinet and many other features.
Installers will like that the 1221 is smaller (8.3" x 7.2" x 3.7") and lighter (4 pounds) than the previous 1221-A and 1221-B.
We prefer to stock this one model rather than six as this 1221 model is a one size-fits-all device and will in future replace all of the 1221-A and 1221-B models.
The new model number for the new DAS Alert Annunciator Panel is 1221. The 2524 reference refers to the new UL 2524 specifications which are set forth by Underwriters Laboratory. Now there are seven alarms to monitor from the BDA and BBU instead of five as well as other requirements. The new model 1221 meets or exceeds all of them.
Model 1221 Public Safety DAS Annunciator Panel Details:
Meets or exceeds all UL 2524, IFC, NFPA 1221 & Local requirements.
Visible Annunciators for: *
• Normal AC power.
• Loss of normal AC power.
• Battery Charger failure.
• Loss of battery capacity to 70% depletion • Donor antenna malfunction.
• Amplifier malfunction.
• Donor Antenna disconnection.
• System Component malfunction.
• Communications Trouble.
Audible alarm with silence switch “located inside locked cabinet”. *
All alarm connections to DAS equipment monitored for circuit integrity to detect communications problems such as: ground faults, disconnections, shorts or severed wires.*
9 Form-C dry relay outputs provided to building’s fire panel for each alarm and panel’s status.
Internal backup battery provides12hours of FAIL-SAFE panel operation in the event of complete loss of all primary AC primary power and DAS secondary backup battery power.
Backwards compatible with all previous DAS Alert 1221 models. New smaller size (8.3” H” x 7.2” W x 3.7” D).
Nine LED alarm indicators. Color codes compatible with all jurisdictions. Flashing for the color-blind.
Works with any BDA or BBU alarm relay contact configuration (NO or NC when in alarm).
Can independently sense Donor Antenna disconnect.If donor disconnect alarm unavailable from BDA an optional Bias-T is required.
Compatible with indoor antenna and passive device failure detection units.
15 removeable1⁄2” knockouts for flexible easy installation.
Two unique siren sounds to indicate alarms or communications problems.*
Universal power supply: Can operate with any user supplied DC power supply between 12-60 Vdc or the supplied 120 Vac to48Vdc wall mount power unit.
Very low current consumption: 40 ma at 24 Vdc, 20 ma at 48 Vdc.
9 dry relay outputs to Fire Alarm Control Panel. Can be programmed to be NO or NC on Alarm.
Uses high-reliability relays immune to long-term contact corrosion that cause relay-stick after long periods of activation.
Surround Kit for in-wall mounting is available.
Independent self-test for simulating any alarm or off-normal condition.
Multiple features to enable quick and easy installation:
1. Universal power supply provided that is compatible with input DC power between 12 to 60 Vdc and supplied AC / DC wall mount48Vdc power unit.
2. In-wall Flush Mounting Surround Kit. Optional in-wall flush-mounting kit available to enable easy installation into wall cavity.
3. Optional Fiber-optic interface unit available for installations that require CAT 5/6 cable runs longer than 5000 ft.
4. Multiple (15) removable knockouts for 1⁄2” conduit fittings are provided on panel
(3 on each side, top, bottom and back). Can enable any conduit installation arrangement.
Model 1221 Public Safety DAS Annunciator Panel Specifications:
|Normal AC power:||Green when AC power is normal, off when AC power is bad.|
|Loss of normal AC power:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|DAS backup Battery Charger failure:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|Loss of DAS backup battery capacity to 70% depletion:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|Donor antenna malfuction:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|BDA malfunction:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|Donor antenna disconnection:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|System component malfunction:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
|Communications and panel status:||Normally off, amber when in alarm.|
Audible Annunciator: Triggers every 10 seconds when any alarm condition exists.
Silence button: Housed inside locked panel. Silences audible alarm for 24 hours. Reactivates automatically if alarm is not cleared.
Built in Charger keeps batteries fully charged Panel backup battery (4 AA NiMH rechargable batteries): Powers panel for 12 hours in the event of complete loss of all primary and secondary power.
Alarm inputs from DAS equipment dry contact relays:
|AC power status:||2 wire input.|
|DAS backup Battery Charger failure:||2 wire input.|
|Loss of DAS backup battery capacity to 70% depletion:||2 wire input.|
|Donor antenna malfuction:||2 wire input.|
|Donor antenna disconnection (from BDA or outboard bias -T):||2 wire input.|
|System component malfunction:||2 wire input.|
Cable connection from DAS headend to panel: Standard - 2 Cat 5/6 cables.
Max Cable length: 5000 feet.
Optional fiber interface: Carries all alarms on a single fiber (single mode or multimode). Max distance 20 km.
Following Dry relay alarm outputs to building's fire panel (SP relay 0.4 amps max, 60 VAC RMS or DC max):
|Normal AC power.||Loss of normal AC power.||DAS backup Battery Charger failure.||Loss of DAS backup battery capacity to 70% depletion.||Donor antenna malfuction.||BDA malfunction.||Donor antenna disconnection.||System component malfunction.||Communications and panel status.|
|Supplied 48 Vdc power supply (120 Vac input) or user supplied DC power between 12- 60 Vdc.:||40 ma @ 24 VDC, 20 ma a@ 48 VDC.|
|Panel:||7.2"Wx8.3"Hx3.7"D Weight: 4Lbs.|
|Optional in-wall mounting surround:||9" W x 10" H.|
Meets or exceeds the foillowing specifications:
|UL-2524 (2019 version).||NFPA 72.||NFPA 1221.||NEMA-4.||IEC320-C14.||UL60950-1.|
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