:: CONTRONIC ::
 
 
 
 
 
 
Annunciator  
 
Model AW75.41 
 
  The annunciator’s alarm windows are constructed as modules with 2,3,or 4 cells per module. Modules may be mounted side by side at panel door to make a wide screen alarm window of arbitrary size. In this case the number of rows of alarm window screen depends on module type and number of columns to the number of modules mounted. Modules are lit by 20 long life LEDs connected in series and parallel together, that virtually needs no replacement.
Shallow depth of modules makes them ideal for any installation, and narrow boarder line between windows provide wider text area in each cell.
Each module has, an optional logic board that perform required ANSI standard codes, with some extra options. In this case there is no need for extra logic, and
alarm window modules could be cascaded to each other.

If alarm windows are used without logic board then, Visual, Acknowledge, Horn, Reset, and all other signals must be made with an external logic unit, or perhaps a PLC

Dimensions:

No. Of cells
2
3
4
Unit
Height
115
165
215
mm
Width
75
75
75
mm
Depth
50
50
50
mm

 

Alarm Window Characteristics    

Number of cells per module                      2-4
Window size                                            5 X 75 mm
Border line thickness between windows       5 mm
Text aperture                                         4.5 X 70 mm
Lamp                                                    2 X 10 LEDS,
Supply Voltage                                       24 VDC,
3.5V
Current per cell                                      30mA at 24VDC, 70mA at 29 VDC

Logic Module specifications

Fully ANSI/ISA-S18.1-1979 Compatible      Automatic Reset, Manual Reset,
                                                            Ring Back, Ring Back      
Fault inputs                                            NC / NO, selectable via dipswitch
Pushbuttons                                           Acknowledge, Reset, Lamp Test
Outputs                                                 Audio, Ring back, Sync-IO