Alarm Output Director
The ELK-941 separates the steady or pulsing voltage from a single alarm output and directs this into two (2) different relay outputs. This is ideal for activating a two channel long-range radio or cellular transmitter, a two channel siren, strobe light, or bell from the single alarm outputs found in most alarm control panels. A steady voltage input activates Relay 1 (typical for burglary) while a pulsing voltage input activates Relay 2 (typical for fire).
- Separates Steady and Pulsing Voltage and directs it into Two (2) Different Relay Outputs
- Positive or Negative Low Current Trigger
- Two (2) SPDT Relay Outputs
- Ideal For Two (2) Channel Long Range Radio or Cellular Transmitters
- Option For Temporal Pulse On Relay 2
- Low Current Output During Delay Time
- LED Indication of Relay Status
- Surface Mount ABS Enclosure with Snap-On Cover
- Meets ANSI S3.41 Audible Emergency Evacuation Signals 3-Pulse Pattern
- Lifetime Limited Warranty
- Operating Voltage: 12 Volts DC
- Current Draw: 96mA (both relays on)
- Pulsing Input: .1 – 4sec. (.125-6hz)
- Relay Contacts: Form “C”, 7A @ 30VDC, 10 A @ 125VAC
- Size: 4.4″ x 3″x 1.15″
- Trigger Voltage: 9 – 14VDC
- Trigger Current: 15mA
A 3 to 4 second verification delay time occurs before the relays activate. Either relay can be set to ignore the delay time and provide an immediate output for installations requiring a siren or bell test. A separate output is available for triggering a low current sounder or LED during the delay time. An optional jumper configures Relay 2 to pulse in a temporal coded bell pattern which meets ANSI Standard S3.41 for fire signaling. The input trigger can be either positive or negative (pull to ground).
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