Low Profile Ceiling Mount Speaker/Strobe and Ceiling or Wall Mount

Low Profile Ceiling Mount Speaker/Strobe and Ceiling or Wall Mount

2 Pages · 2008 · 226 KB · English

Ceiling or Wall Mount Speaker • High Quality dBA Output (Intelligible) • Frequency Range 400-4000Hz • Screw Terminals, Separate In/Out Wiring (12-18 Gauge)

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Low Profile Ceiling Mount Speaker/Strobe and Ceiling or Wall Mount Speaker The Gentex SSPK24CLP is a ceiling mount, selectable candela speaker/strobe and the SSPKCLP is a ceiling or wall mount speaker designed to meet code requirements for audio, visual and voice communications The SSPKCLP Series are quality speaker products that offer both dependable evacuation signaling and visual alarms, or a combination of both The SSPK24CLP has high output tamperproof candela selections are 15, 30, 75, 95 and 115 The SSPKCLPSeries can be mounted in a 4? square x 21/8? deep back box, an extension ring is not needed The SSPKCLP Series provides a 25 or 707 VRMS speaker with field selectable power taps of 1/8W, 1/4W, 1/2W, 1W, 2W or 4W The SSPK24CLP strobes can be synchronized by using the Gentex Synchronization ControlModule, FACP?s or power supplies that include the Gentex Synchronization Protocol The SSPKCLPSeries grills are constructed of high impact textured plastic The SSPKCLP is warranted for 3 years from the date of purchase The SSPKCLP devices are UL 1971 listed for use with fire protective signaling systems ? 24VDC Tamperproof Selectable Candela Selections of 15, 30, 75, 95 and 115 ? Unit Dimension: 61? Square X 188?Deep ? SSPK24CLPCeiling Mounting to a standard 4? X 21/8" Deep Back Box ? SSPKCLPCeiling or Wall Mounting to a standard 4? X 21/8" Deep Back Box ? High Quality dBA Output (Intelligible) ?Frequency Range 4004000Hz ? Screw Terminals, Separate In/Out Wiring (1218 Gauge) ? Field Selectable Power Taps: 1/8W, 1/4W, 1/2W, 1W, 2W, 4W ? Speaker Voltage 25 or 707 VRMS Standard, Field Selectable ?To Synchronize Use the Gentex Synchronization Control Module ? Tamperproof Grill ? Faceplate Available in Red or OffWhite ? UL1480, UL 1971 and UL 2043 Listed ? CSFM # 73200569:137 ? BS&A/MEA # 58006E Vol 3 Product Listings Notes:The SSPKCLP Series is not listed for outdoor use Operating temperature: 32?to 120?F (0? to 49? C) Gentex does not recommend using a coded or pulsing signaling circuit with any of our strobe products (see technical bulletin number 014) "R" = Red Faceplate "W" = OffWhite Faceplate "P" = Plain (no lettering) Available with all models 1 RMS current ratings are per ULaverage RMS method ULmaximum current rating is the maximum RMS current within the listed voltage range (1633VDC for 24VDC units) (817VDC for 12VDC units) For strobes the ULmax current is usually at the minimum listed voltage (16VDC for 24VDC units) (8VDC for 12VDC units) For audibles the maximum current is usually at the maximum listed voltage For unfiltered FWR ratings, see installation manual ? Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ? NFPA 72 Product Compliance Speaker dBA @ 10 ft Input Watts 25 Volts 707 Volts 1/8 746 dBA 737 dBA 1/4 777 dBA 767 dBA 1/2 805 dBA 796 dBA 1 831 dBA 825 dBA 2 856 dBA 854 dBA 4 879 dBA 879 dBA SSPK24CLPCEILINGMOUNT STROBE CURRENT RATINGS Candela 15cd 30cd 75cd 95cd 115cd 24 VDC 72mA 88mA 176mA 200mA 214mA UL Max 1 120mA 130mA 272mA 318mA 360mA Low Profile Evacuation Speakers and Speaker/Strobes Model Number Description Part Number SSPKCLPR Speaker 9041445002 SSPKCLPW Speaker 9041446002 SSPK24CLPR Speakers/Strobe 9041441002 SSPK24CLPW Speaker/Strobe 9041443002 Applications Standard Features SSPK24CLPWSSPKCLPR SSPKCLP SERIES SSPKCLP Mounting Diagram Wiring Diagram NOTE: DO NOT USE LOOPED WIRE UNDERTERMINALS BREAKWIRE RUN TO PROVIDE SUPERVISION OF CONNECTION *MAX WIRE DISTANCE (IN FEET)=P ANEL VOL TAGE ? DEVICE MINIMUM VOL TAGE X WIRE CONDUCTIVITY TOTAL CURRENT DRAW * CAUTION: APPLIES ONLY TO REGULATED SUPPLIES NOTICE: POWER IS SUPPLIED TO DEVICES WHEN CONTROLPANELIS LATCHED Architect & Engineering Specifications The fire alarm speaker shall be Gentex SSPKCLP, SSPK24CLP or equivalent The speaker shall be capable of producing alarm tones or voice on all 25 or 707 VRMS audio systems The speaker shall provide incremental tap settings of 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2 or 4 watts Minimum dBA ratings at 1/4 watt shall be 767dBA and at 4 watts 879dBA Tap settings shall be adjustable with field selectablejumper pins The speaker shall also have an optional visual signal capability The visual signal shall have a 1Hz flash rate regardless of input voltage All field wiring connections shall be made via separate inout terminal connections and the speaker

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