Summary/ Overview


An extensive range of interfaces are available to support the Menvier range of UL control panels, providing solutions for most design requirements. The ULCZMU352 zone monitor unit connects zones of suitable conventional detectors or pull stations.

Product Description/ Features/ Specifications


An extensive range of interfaces are available to support the Menvier range of UL control panels, providing solutions for most design requirements.

The ULCZMU352 zone monitor unit connects zones of suitable conventional detectors or pull stations.

Features

  • Quick and simple to install
  • Monitors a zone of UL approved compatible conventional detectors
  • Monitors a zone of UL approved compatible pull stations
  • Only takes a single address
  • Input monitored for open, short circuits and ground trouble
  • Built in short circuit isolator

Benefits

  • Plug and play - no hard addressing required
  • Easy to expand a system using existing wiring
  • No external short circuit isolator required

Code

ULCZMU352

Description

Zone Monitor Unit

Standards

UL864 9th edition

Signalling Line Circuit, Style 7, Class A, Supervised, Power Limited

Load Current

4.9 mA to 5.0 mA

Supply Voltage

24 V dc

Detector Zone, Style C, Class B, Supervised, Power Limited

Voltage

21 V dc to 26 Vdc, 22.9 V dc (nom)

Current (Alarm)

17 mA to 40 mA

Line Impendance

2.5 Ω (max)

End of Line Resistance

6.6 kΩ

Fire Input Trigger

680 Ω

 

UPCD-2W, UCPT-2W, UCHRI, UCHT

any combination thereof

Compatibility Identifier

ULCV1

Callpoint Zone, Style C, Class B, Supervised, Power Limited

Voltage (8.4 Vpp pulsed every 1 second)

8.4 V

Current

1.2 mA

Trigger Resistor

680 Ω

End of Line Resistor

5.6 kΩ

Line Impedance

16 Ω

Environmental

Operating Temperature

0°C to 49°C

Humidity (Non Condensing)

0 to 93 %RH

Physical

Dimensions (H x W x D)

180mm x 129mm x 60mm

Weight

0.28kg

Ingress Protection

IP65

Compatibility

Suitable for use with

Menvier analogue addressable fire systems

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