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#19671 - 12/31/02 02:13 PM ESL Fire Alarm Panel
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Registered: 04/02/02
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Loc: Milford, MA, USA
We are installing a radio fire-alarm master box on a 1990 (aprox) ESL 1500 fire alarm control panel.

The existing local energy master box is connected through two sets of form c relays and a set of terminals marked "supervised devices." or something similar.

Is anyone familiar with the supervisory circuit in this panel? I am wondering if I need to put a resistor across the supervisory terminals after the master box circuit is removed. Or will a jumper across the two terminals be OK?

Of course, the original manuals are not with the system!


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#19672 - 12/31/02 06:14 PM Re: ESL Fire Alarm Panel
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