DCP-CZM | Hochiki's UL Approved Fire Detection
Conventional Zone Module | UL Addressable Fire Detection
DCP-CZM, the Conventional Zone Module is designed for use on an analog addressable Fire Alarm system. Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single SLC loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an onboard EEPROM.
The module allows the panel to interface and monitor two-wire conventional detectors or pull stations. Each DCP-CZM transmits the status on one zone of devices (25 maximum per zone) back to the panel. It supervises the power supply as well as the entire zone of devices. Status conditions are reported as normal, open, or alarm. All 2-wire smoke detectors must be UL listed as compatible to be interfaced with the DCP-CZM. The interrupt-driven Digital Communication Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. The module has a single bicolored LED to indicate device status. It fits into a standard 4" square or double gang electrical back box.
- UL 864 9th Edition Listed
- Provides an address point for a zone of up to 25 conventional smoke detectors
- Blinks green when polled. Latched on red (controlled by panel) when activated
- Device address can be programmed with a handheld programmer. Device address- ranges from 1 to 127
- Compatible with Class B and Class A wiring
Supply Voltage (S-SC): 25.3 ~ 39 VDC
Auxiliary Supply Voltage: 18.8 ~ 27.2 VDC
Average Current Consumption: 670µA
2-Wire Detector Loop Current: 1mA Max.
From Auxiliary Supply: 60mA Max.
EOL Device: 4.7 ohms Resistor
Max. Quantity Per Loop: 127
Alarm Threshold Level:
Wiring Threshold Level: >2.5K ohms &
Open Circuit Threshold Level: >10K ohms