The XP10-M ten-input monitor module is an interface between a control panel and normally open contact devices in intelligent alarm systems such as pull stations, security contacts, or flow switches.
The first address on the XP10-M is set from 01 to 150 and the remaining modules are automatically assigned to the next nine higher addresses. Provisions are included for dis- abling a maximum of two unused addresses.
The supervised state (normal, open, or short) of the moni- tored device is sent back to the panel. A common SLC input is used for all modules, and the initiating device loops share a common supervisory supply and ground — otherwise each monitor operates independently from the others.
Each XP10-M module has panel-controlled green LED indi- cators. The panel can cause the LEDs to blink, latch on, or latch off.
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the term XP10-M is used in this data sheet to refer to both the XP10-M and the XP10-MA(ULC-listed version).
Standby current: 3.5 mA (SLC current draw with all addresses used; if someaddresses are disabled, the standby current decreases).
Alarm current: 55 mA (assumes all tenLEDs solid ON).
Temperature range: 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C) for UL applications; –10°C to +55°C for EN54 applications.
Humidity: 10% to 85% noncondensingfor UL applications; 10% to 93% noncondensing for EN54 applications.
Dimensions: 6.8" (172.72 mm)high x 5.8" (147.32 mm) wide x 1.25" (31.75 mm) deep.
Shipping weight: 0.76 lb. (0.345 kg) including packaging.
–CHS-6 chassis: Up to 6 modules.
–BB-25 cabinet: Up to 6 modules.
–BB-XP cabinet: One or two modules.
–CAB-4 Series cabinet: See DN-6857.
–EQ CabinetSeries: See DN-60229.
Wire gauge: 12 AWG (3.31 mm²) to 18AWG (0.821 mm²).
Power-limited circuits must employ type FPL,FPLR, or FPLP cable as required by Article 760 of the NEC.
XP10-M isshipped in Class B position;remove shunt for Class A operation.
Maximum SLC wiring resistance: 40 or 50 ohms, panel dependent.
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 1500 ohms.
Maximum IDC voltage: 10.2 VDC.
Maximum IDC current: 240 µA.