Addressable control module with built-in isolator of 2 supervised 24V outputs, for the activation of optical-acoustic signaling devices or maneuvers requiring power, discriminating the breakdown or short-circuit fault in said line. It takes two loop addresses. Requires 24 Vdc auxiliary powers. LED status indicator. Connection through removable strips up to 2.5mm2 section. Possibility of being installed in DIN rail or flat to wall mounting in box BOX-ONE. Consumption less than 300μA at rest. Red color. Dimensions: 100 x 82 x 23 mm. CPR certificate EN54-18 and EN54-17.

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The range of MAD-400 modules has been developed to offer a wide and complete range of input and
output ports to be used with Detnov’s addressable fire control panels.
The MAD-400 modules allow performances and manoeuvres for the proper functioning of the fire
detection system, monitoring and/or acting according to the needs of the installation.
The MAD-400 modules have been designed to facilitate their installation process and they may be
installed using screws or fitted into a DIN rail. Each module is equipped with removable terminal
blocks and a LED status indicator. The addressing of the modules ir carried out through the PGD-200
programmer or auto addressing for isolator version.
The MAD-431 and MAD-432 modules provide 1 or 2 supervised 24V outputs which may be configured
through a micro-switch as supervised voltage outputs or a supervised conventional sounders output.
When they are configured as sounder output, switching the sounder control panel’s key on and off will
control the modules by switching the outputs of the modules on and off.
The MAD-431 and MAD-432 modules require 24V auxiliary power and are assigned a number of loop
addresses according to the number of inputs and outputs available in the module
The MAD-431-I and MAD-432-I modules are equipped with integrated isolator.
All the range of MAD-400 modules can be installed inside the BOX-ONE and BOX-SIX boxes

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