Firelite MDF-300 Addressable Dual Monitor Module

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MDF-300 Dual Monitor Module

The MDF-300 Dual Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems. It provides two independent two wire initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate, consecutive addresses. It is capable of monitoring normally open contact fire alarm and supervisory devices. The module has a single panel controlled LED.

 

MDF-300 is a standard-sized dual monitor module used to monitor and supervise two independent two-wire Style B (Class B) dry-contact initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate, consecutive addresses in intelligent, two-wire systems. Speed is a communication protocol developed by Fire•Lite Engineering that greatly increases the speed of communication between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the devices within the group has new information, the panel CPU stops the group poll and concentrates on single points. The net effect is response speed greater than five times that of other communication protocols.

 

MDF-300 SPECIFICATIONS

Normal operating voltage range: 15 to 32 VDC.

Maximum current draw: 6.4 mA (LED on).

Average operating current: 750  µA (LED flashing).

Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 1,500 Ohms.

Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts. Maximum IDC Current: 240  µA EOL

resistance: 47K Ohms. Temperature range: 32 ° to 120 °F (0 ° to 49 °C).

Humidity range: 10% to 93% (non-condensing).

Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x 1.25" (3.175 cm) deep.

Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x 2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

 

MDF-300(A) AUTOMATIC ADDRESSING The MDF-300(A) automatically assigns itself to two addressable points, starting with the original address. For example, if the MDF-300(A) is set to address "œ26", then it will automatically assign itself to addresses "œ26" and "œ27". NOTE: "œOnes" addresses on the MDF-300(A) are 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 only. Terminals 6 and 7 use the first address, and terminals 8 and 9 use the second address.

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