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make any improvements in the products described in this manual at
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be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted in any form or by
means without the prior written permission of Alan Electronic
Systems Pvt. Ltd. nformation in this manual is intended to be
accurate and reliable. However Alan Electronic Systems Pvt. Ltd.
assumes no responsibility for its use or for any infringements of
rights of third parties which may result from its use.
User's Notice :- Warranty :-
The Product MP - Series ( Micro - Controller based)
Annunciator is backed up by Alan's warranty against all
manufacturing defects at our works for 18 months from
the date of supply or 12 months from the date of
installation, which ever is earlier.
.
Warranty void if the seal found broken.
.
Warranty does not apply, if repaired or
altered outside Alan's factory in a way so as, in Alan's
judgment to affect its stability / reliability or which has been
subjected to misuse, neglect or accident.
MP - SERIES
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TechnicaI Specifications :-
Push Buttons

The built in membrane type push buttons provided at the unit

t is only for single Module. n multi-module annunciation, the external

push buttons are made common to control whole annunciation
system. Terminals for external push buttons are provided on rear side.

Audio AIarm

actuating the external hooter for Trip and Non Trip Audible alarm.

One 'NO' type potential free relay contacts each for

for Trip AT - AT and for Non Trip AN - AN legends are marked.
'NO' type potential free relay contacts for Ring back (R) & Dome light
facility are optional.
FauIt Sensing TerminaIs

Potential free fault or event sensing terminals are

provided on the rear side of the unit.

Consists Micro - Controller & digital CS to control all operation
of the unit. All type of selections are through provided DP switches
and these selections are governed by the controller card.
Power SuppIy Unit

Power supply uint is available in two ranges

A) 88-285V AC / DC

B) 18-90V DC These power supplies are designed to work
in extreme conditions.

AIan EIectronic Systems Pvt. Ltd, is a well established company
in the field of industrial electronics with a history of excellent
growth. Alan enjoys substantial market share for it's specialized
products in micro controller based embedded systems, power
electronic, electro-medical systems and electronic control panels
Reliability and growth of the company was achieved by its
experienced and excellent team which consists of young,
energetic & innovative engineers.
Alan's strength is in its unique ability to perceive innovative
solutions to complicated problems and implement the same into
practical systems. Alan always aims and works towards solutions
that achieve the desired functionality, performance, and cost
effectiveness.
1. Sheet Metal Powder Coated enclosures.
2. Membrane type push buttons for Test, Mute, (Silence), Accept,
& Reset functions.
3. Choice for two different window size.
1. NO , NC input fault contacts
2. Trip & Non-Trip audible selection.
3. M / N / S / F -(1st standard ) Operating Sequence.
The scope of the user's manual is limited to the product named
MP - series alarm annunciator the product is manufactured,
Marketed and serviced by Alan Electronic Systems Pvt Ltd
Users should not refer this manual for using any other annunciator
other than MP - Series The scope is further limited to the extent
of techinical specifications enlisted in this USER'S MANUAL only
1. Micro-controller based logic.
2. Built in watchdog design to ensure fail safe operation.
3. Facia windows with long life super bright LEDs.
4. Synchronisation of window flashing in group Annunciation
5. Easily replaceable window legends/inscriptions.
6. Wide input supply range (i.e 18 - 90 VDC / 88 - 285V AC / DC).
7. Operation test function does not affect the status of the faults.
8. Detection of momentary fault, which may have occurred while
Performing push button operation or operation test functions.
9. Test function checks total system hardware.
10. Two different colours Red (Trip) or Yellow ( Non Trip ) for window
Annunciation.
Alan Offers to supply its micro controller based Annunciation System
MP - series as in isolated system to be installed in a Suitable
Control cubicle.
1) 2 Nos. Mounting clamps for every box for panel flush
Mounting.
2) User's manual (may be supplied with consignment or will be sent
To the user/buyer separately )
100 flashes / min +/- 10% ( Fast ) Windows Flashing rate -
50 flashes / min +/- 10% (Slow )
Potential free relay contacts for Audible output -
Trip & Non Trip Alarm

( For External Hooter, Buzzer, Bell, Siren)
5 Amps at 230V AC. Relay contact Rating -
Manual Reset (M)
Manual Reset + Repeat Alarm (N)
Auto Reset or Self Reset (S)
First out ( F )
Standard sequences -
60C Max. Operating Temp -
+12 V DC nput nterrogation Voltage -
The field contacts provided to sense the nput fault contacts -
Fault input should be pontential Free, t
can be either " NO or " NC type.
t can be either built in or external.
Built in push buttons are optional i.e.
also Customer has to sacrifice one Last
window.

Push buttons -
Lower range 18 - 90 VDC Supply voltage -
Higher range 88 - 285V AC / DC
50 / 60 Hz +/- 3% Frequency -
Big (B) : - 72mm x 52mm
Small (S) : - 72mm x 34mm
Window dimensions -
Big (B) : - 7 LEDs
Small (S) : - 7 LEDs

Super Bright LEDs -
Less than 0.5Wper window. Power consumption -
50 milli second (min ) nput fault response time -
Red , yellow , & Optional ( Green or white ) LED Colour in Windows -
ControI Card

by super bright LEDs. LEDs have long life (10 hours ).This reduces
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Front Facia

Customer has choice of two sizes of windows depending

upon their facia description. t is made of ABS Plastic & illuminated

replacement cost of bulbs and also maintenance.
ConstructionaI detaiIs :-
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Features :-
SaIient features:-
The ConstructionaI FIexibiIity :-
Site seIectabIe features :-
OptionaI features :-
Scope SuppIy :-
Scope :-
GeneraI :-
The world is going through automation in each and every
field. Any manufacturing, controlling system requires centralized
monitoring. Annunciator is one of the equipments among
these systems. After studying numerous site requirements,
AIan EIectronic Systems Pvt. Ltd, have developed and perfected
the Annunciator with latest technology. The user friendly design
fulfills the expectations and demands of the customer.
1. DC / AC Fail Annunciation in last windows.
2. Potential Free Contacts for each window.
3. RS 485 Communication Port modbus with protocol.
4. Operating Sequence F (F1,F2,& F3 )
5. Ring back ( R ) Operating Sequence.
6. White colour for window Annunciation.
The MP - series annunciator systems are programmed to
Operate as per following operating sequences confirming to SA
Standards. Other sequences/non standard sequences are given as
per customer's requirement.
Standard Operating Sequence :-
5. Connect input supply as per mentioned on the unit.
1. Check for physical damage to the pack
2. Check for physical damage to the unit
3. Check number of points / windows, legends, nput
supply marking on unit as per purchase order details.
6. Fault inputs are adjusted internally as per requirement
for NO or NC fault contacts.
8. Now check the operating sequence as per the individual
sequence chart as shown in the following pages.
9. Now initiate individual faults by either shorting the
fault input terminals or by dip switch selection on
doing so every corresponding window should flash
and audio should get ON. Proceed further as per
sequence selected.
7. Switch "ON the supply to the unit after ensuring its
connections are as per wiring diagram. nitially do not
connect anything to the fault input terminals. f the
fault inputs are selected for NC type contacts, then
the corresponding windows will start flashing and the
alarm contacts will close. f the fault inputs are selected
for "NO type contacts, only watch dog LED will flash.
by pressing " Operational Test " push button window
will start flashing and the Alarm contacts will close
4. Check all accessories such as mounting clamps,
operating manual. Also the optional accessories such
as Hooter , Buzzer, Bell etc.
TEST :- Operation Test
Silence MUTE :-
Push Button DetaiIs.
15. Now check the functioning of the unit by pressing
"Operational test, "Silence , "Accept and "Reset
push buttons sequentially.
16. Now the unit is ready for operation.
14. Connect the input supply wires and switch on the supply
13. Connect various fault contact cables to the input terminals
of the unit
12. Connect the NO type push buttons externally if required
11. Then use mounting clamps provided with the unit
to mount the unit on the control panel.
10. To change the legends ,remove the window cover From
front side, gently by using screw driver as shown in the
Fig.1 on Pg.4
InstaIIation And Commissioning :-
Do not install the equipment in corrosive
environments.
Only skilled persons shall be used for unpacking
and installations. Persons installing the equipment
should have sufficient knowledge and experience
in equipment installations.
Ambient operating conditions :- to ensure that the
equipments operate correctly, it is necessary to
operate it in rooms with an ambient temperature
between +5 to +40C. The electrical equipments
should be operated at relative humidity not
exceeding 50% at maximum 40C environments
it is important to implement suitable maintenance
procedures and schedules
Equipment instaIIation
InstaIIation safety
EIectricaI suppIy system Requirements at instaIIation site
End user should arrange for electrical supply system with
as per purchase order specifications.

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Accept / Acknowledge
AKN :-
Reset RST :-
List of spares ( Recommended )

Open

Close

Close
Close
Normal Open
Abnormal Close
Field Fault
Condition Condition
Sequence : First out " F ''
Sequence : SeIf Reset or Auto Reset "S"



Normal Open
Abnormal Close
Close
Open
Field Fault
Condition Condition


Close





Sequence : ManuaI Reset + Repeat AIarm "N"
Normal
Abnormal
Open
Open
Close
Field Fault
Condition Condition
Normal Open



Open
Abnormal Close
Close
Close
Close
Field Fault
Condition Condition
Sequence : ManuaI Reset "M"
1) Pre-Programmed Microcontroller chip.
2) CPU card
3) Power Supply card.
4) LED board
Reset OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
(Non First fault)
Steady ON
Slow Flashing
( First fault)
Accept
OFF
OFF
(Non First fault)
Steady ON
Slow Flashing
( First fault)
Reset
Fast Flashing
Silence OFF Fast Flashing


OFF OFF
ON
Buttons
Push Facia
(Window)
Audio
Alarm



OFF OFF
Flashing ON
Flashing OFF Silence
Steady ON OFF Accept
OFF OFF
Buttons
Push Facia
(Window)
Audio
Alarm
Reset Flashing ON
Accept Steady ON OFF
Silence Flashing OFF


Silence Flashing OFF
Accept Steady ON OFF
OFF OFF
Reset OFF OFF
Flashing ON
Buttons
Push
Operation
Facia
(Window)
Audio
Alarm
--------- OFF OFF
---------
Silence
Accept
Reset
Reset
OFF OFF
ON Flashing
OFF Flashing
OFF Steady ON
Steady ON OFF
Buttons
Push
Operation
Facia
(Window)
Audio
Alarm
Step.4 Fig-1
Fig-3
Step.3
Funct|ona| |ock 0|agram :-
s
Watch dog
Flashing
LED s
Check Watch dog LED status
s
Fuse
O.K
Consult Alan
Switch ON nput Supply
Not Glowing
Switch
OFF the
Supply
and
replace
the Fuse
with same
Rating
No
Yes
All
Windows
Flashing
Audio
relay
Closed
No
No
No
No
No
No
All
Windows
Flashing
Alarm
OFF
All
Windows
Off
End
All
Windows
Steady
ON
No

NO - Fault Contacts
Manual Reset (M) seq.
Assumption
Note: -
AKN = MUTE + AKN.
(i.e. When Unit is Acknowledged Mute
operation will also take place.)
Yes
nitiate Test Command
nitiate Mute Command
nitiate Accept Command
nitiate Reset Command
Check External fuse
TESTING FLOWCHART
Step.1
Drawing / iIIustrations
3mm TRANSFORMER
AUX FUNCTION
OPERTTED
TRIP
CHARACTERS
HEIGHT in mm

3
5
8
10
4
3
2
2
No. OF LINES
PER WINDOW

S1 S2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Step.2
DENSITYLOW
DENSITYLOW
DENSITYLOW
Facia incorporates a 'Photo Negative' OR photo positive
type legend plates / film which are individually accessible from the
front side of the unit. Guidelines for selection of letter sizes &
number of lines per window are given below
9 Nos 19 Nos
5 Nos 11 Nos
3 Nos 7 Nos
3 Nos 5 Nos
No. OF CHARACTERS PER LINE

in SmaII window in Big window

The numbering system is shown for 16pt. Models for
Reference. All other models can be referred from this fig.
16pt. Window
Configurations
SEQUENCE
SELECTION
M
N
S
F
w|ndow Number|ng
8ystem
Legends / Inscription Letter Sizes :-
Fig-4
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Block
Control
Card
Trip
Rly
Non Trip
Rly
AT
AN
AT
AN
Audible Block
nC
Fault
nputs
Power
Supply
Unit
nput
Supply
Push Button
Control
1C
2C
Mute
Accept
Reset
Test
+VE
-VE
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3mm
5mm
BREAKER LOCKOUT
DENSITYLOW
5mm
SmaII window
Big window
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NO/ NC SeIection :-
To select type of fault contacts for particular
Fault input. Put corresponding fault switch
n 'NO' or 'NC' selection switch at ON or OFF
position
Group SeIection :-
To select Trip & Non Trip for particular
Fault input. Put corresponding fault switch
n Trip & Non Trip selection switch in
ON or OFF Position
Note :-
Diagram shows max. 16 faults. For
24 faults there will be addition of DP switches
Sequence Settings :-
To selection one sequence from S1, S2
keep corresponding switch in on position.
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(C)
(D)
PANEL CUTOUT PANEL CUTOUT FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW
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MUTE AKN RST TEST
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(A)
(B)
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W4 W5 W6
MODELS DETAILS (MP SERIES)
DIMENSIONAL DETAILS
( MP-SERIES)
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W1 W2
W9 W10
W3
W11
W4
W12
W17 W18 W19 W20
W25 W26 W27 W28
W13
W5
W14
W6
W9 W21 W9 W22
W9 W29 W9 W30
W15
W7
W16
W8
W9 W23 W9 W24
W9 W31 W9 W32
W33 W34 W40 W35
W41 W46 W47 W48
W49 W53
W57 W58 W59
W42
W36
W43
W37
W9 W50 W54 W51
W9 W60 W9 W61
W44
W38
W45
W39
W55 W52 W56 W53
W9 W62 W63 W64
SR.NO
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
DESCRIPTION COL. X ROW
BEZEL DIMENSION
( C x D) ( A x B)
PANEL CUTOUT
PUSH BUTTON
6 Window 3C x 3R 265mm x 165mm x 115mm
265mm x 165mm x 115mm
265mm x 205mm x 115mm
265mm x 205mm x 115mm
342mm x 165mm x 115mm
342mm x 165mm x 115mm
342mm x 205mm x 115mm
342mm x 205mm x 115mm
500mm x 165mm x 115mm
420mm x 205mm x 115mm
342mm x 245mm x 115mm
420mm x 205mm x 115mm
342mm x 245mm x 115mm
575mm x 165mm x 115mm
500mm x 205mm x 115mm
500mm x 205mm x 115mm
651mm x 165mm x 115mm
575mm x 205mm x 115mm
500mm x 235mm x 115mm
500mm x 235mm x 115mm
420mm x 275mm x 115mm
651mm x 205mm x 115mm
500mm x 275mm x 115mm
500mm x 275mm x 115mm
728mm x 205mm x 115mm
651mm x 235mm x 115mm
728mm x 235mm x 115mm
651mm x 275mm x 115mm
805mm x 235mm x 115mm
651mm x 315mm x 115mm
805mm x 275mm x 115mm
651mm x 355mm x 115mm
230mm x 135mm
230mm x 135mm
230mm x 175mm
230mm x 175mm
307mm x 145mm
307mm x 145mm
307mm x 175mm
307mm x 175mm
467mm x 145mm
390mm x 175mm
307mm x 215mm
390mm x 175mm
307mm x 215mm
545mm x 145mm
467mm x 175mm
467mm x 175mm
621mm x 145mm
545mm x 175mm
467mm x 210mm
467mm x 210mm
390mm x 250mm
621mm x 175mm
467mm x 250mm
467mm x 250mm
698mm x 175mm
621mm x 210mm
698mm x 210mm
621mm x 250mm
775mm x 210mm
621mm x 290mm
775mm x 250mm
621mm x 330mm
8 Window 3C x 3R
11 Window 3C x 4R
12 Window
11 Window
12 Window
15 Window
16 Window
18 Window
19 Window
19 Window
20 Window
20 Window
21 Window
23 Window
24 Window
24 Window
28 Window
29 Window
30 Window
30 Window
32 Window
35 Window
36 Window
36 Window
40 Window
45 Window
48 Window
50 Window
56 Window
60 Window
64 Window
3C x 4R
4C x 3R
4C x 3R
4C x 4R
4C x 4R
6C x 3R
5C x 4R
4C x 5R
5C x 4R
4C x 5R
7C x 3R
6C x 4R
6C x 4R
8C x 3R
7C x 4R
6C x 5R
6C x 5R
5C x 6R
8C x 4R
6C x 6R
6C x 6R
9C x 4R
8C x 5R
9C x 5R
8C x 6R
10C x 5R
8C x 7R
10C x 6R
8C x 8R
6 WAY (3C x 3R) 64 WAY (8C x 8R)
(D) (B)
External terminal connection diagram for
max 24 point MP series
:- External potential free fault contacts.

:- Fault input contact.
CC :- Common points fault input contact.
C
TEST :- Operation test push button.
MUTE :- Silence push button.
AKN :- Accept push button.
:- Reset push button.
:- Normal Hooter Contact/Trip contact.
This is diagram for maximum fault inputs Fn, n = 24
Lug size :- 2.5 sq mm
:- Normal Hooter Contact/Non Trip contact.
:- Optional Relay RLY-3
RLY-2
RLY-1
RST
A) Ring back hooter Relay with grouping
facility or

B) Supervisory Relay or

C) Any other function (optional)

NOTE :-
External potential No type push buttons. wherever
multiple units (modules ) are used together for multipoint
windows, the same set of push button should be connected
in parallel as shown above.
Common externaI push button connection diagram -
Fig-5
ANN
WNDOW
-
-
~
+
VE
~
-
VE

AC
POWER
SUPPLY
DC
POWER
SUPPLY
+
-
Stand by Power Source Connection :-
Changeover relay assembly
effecting switch over to standby
power source is external to the
annunciator
NormaI suppIy
VoItage
Standby suppIy
VoItage
90-270 V AC/DC 220 V DC/110V DC
230 V AC/110V AC
24 V AC/ 50Hz.
48 V AC/ 50Hz.
24 V DC
48 V DC
Fig-6
6
AudibIe connections diagram to paraIIeI more than one
Annunciator units :-
ExternaI reIay connection diagram for suppIy faiI
Annunciator function
Any type of same normal voltage & standby voltage or different normal
voltage & standby voltage within the range of 90V to 270 V AC/DC
1) R1 external 4 CO plug in type relay with base.
( Coil Voltage must be same as normal supply- p1 )
2) P1- Normal Supply.
3) P2 Stand by supply.
4) NO ring back hooter operation when normal supply P1 fails.
5) Relay contacts shown in de-energised condition.
To next unit ' AT '
(Terminal)
Partial terminal strip annunciator ( unit 1 )
To next unit ' AT '
(Terminal)
NORMAL
SUPPLY
(P1)

Normal
Supply
Hooter

Stand by
Supply
Hooter

Connect to any fault terminal
(connect 'C' to terminal 'NC' 4
for NO type fault connect 'C'
to terminal 'NO' 4 for NC type
fault )

STAND BY
SUPPLY
(P2)

NOTE :-
Note- Unit-1 & Unit-2 upto nuit -N are Connector strip
for any MP- series
UNT-1
CON3

UNT-2
CON3

UNT-N
CON3

Hooter
supply

Hooter-1

Hooter-1
supply

Hooter-2

Hooter
supply

Hooter-2
supply

Hooter
supply

Hooter-3

Hooter-3
supply

AT AT AN ANAD AD
AT AT AN ANAD AD AT AT AN ANAD AD
AT AT AN ANAD AD
Fig-8
Fig-9
COL
~ / +VE ~ / -VE AT AT
COL P3 P4 P1
NO NC NO NC NO NC NC NO
P2
COL
~
Or
+
~
Or
-
~
Or
+
~
Or
-
Notes :-

.

Connection Diagram :-
1C
CC
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
8C
9C
10C
11C
12C
13C
14C
15C
16C
CC
AT
AT
AN
AN
~/+ VE
~/- VE
17C
18C
19C
20C
21C
22C
23C
24C
TEST
MUTE
AKN
RST
push buttons
TEST
MUTE
AKN
RST
CC
TEST
MUTE
AKN
RST
CC
TEST
MUTE
AKN
RST
CC
TEST
MUTE
AKN
RST
CC
Fig-7


Conventions and their meanings:-
Only trained, skilled, qualified and authorized personnel should install, operate and maintain
the equipment.
Work area must be kept clean and dry. Remove all flammable material from the area. Know the
location of nearest fire extinguisher so that in case of something fired it will be controlled as early
as possible.
PersonneI Safety
Don't operate the equipment without understanding the nstallation, Operation and Maintenance
manual thoroughly.
f any faults occur during the operation, stop the equipment immediately and eliminate the fault.
Any modifications or alterations to the equipment shall exclude any liability on the part of the manufacturer
for any damage, which may arise. No modifications, which have an adverse effect on safety, shall be undertaken.
Before any modifications on the equipment, consult Alan Electronics Pvt. Ltd.
Proper earthing should be provided to the equipment, a separate dedicated earthing should be installed.
Lighting :
Before shifting the equipment disconnect all wires, cables, hoses from the equipment ,which are
connected externally. Failure to do this could cause the load to shift and slip.
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Safety Instructions and Recommendations
Kindly preserve this Manual for entire equipment life.
The following conventions and words used in have specific meanings.

User's Guide
User guide for Annunciator Equipment. This Manual gives necessary information for correct technical, installation,
operation & Maintenance of the equipment.
ndicates loss of life personnel injury if proper care is not taken
ndicates Equipment damage can result, if proper precautions are not followed.
ndicates preliminary action to be taken.
ndicates mandatory actions to be taken / followed.
ndicates personnel to read the manual before working on the equipment.
ndicates personnel to read the manual before maintenance of the equipment.
Safety IabeIs & visuaI symboIs on the equipments
Warning LabeIs - warning labels have been pasted on equipment, which indicate the safety and hazards precautions
to avoid the problems.

CE Mark
Read and Understand Operator's Manual Before
Using this Equipment
Read and Understand Operator's on the Manual
Before Using this Equipment
Risk of Electrical shock
Earthing
This Product complies with the directive of the Council of the European Communities on the
approximation of the laws of the member states relating to electromagnetic compatibility
( EMC Council Directive 89 / 336 EC ) and concerning electrical equipments for application
within specific voltage limits (Low Voltage Directives 73 / 23 / EC ).
The conformity has been proved by tests performed according to the Council Directive in
agreement with the generic standards EN 61010-1, EN 61000-6-2 & EN 61000-6-4 for the
EMC Directive.
The device is designed and manufacturered for application in industrial environment.
Study the safety as well as operating instructions carefully before starting the equipment.
Do not start the equipment unless you are well acquainted with the operating parts.
Ensure that all the systems of the equipment are properly connected. f all the systems
found smoothly working, run the equipment for some time without any load.
Manufacturer's ResponsibiIity :-
ModeI Coding :-
Alan is responsible for the safety, reliability and performance of the Annunciator
( MP - Series ) only if all the following Conditions have been met.
1) nstallation and setup Procedures in this manual are followed.

2) Assembly, Operation, Readjustment, Modifications or repairs are carried out by
person authorised by Alan.

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Factory :- Head Office :-
Manufactured by :-
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OptionaI Features
ROW
COLUMN
EncIosure
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R = with Repeat Relay ( PF )
C = Computer nterface ( RS 45 )
0 = without any of above features
0 = without any of above features
V
Push Buttons
P = Built in push Buttons ( Big )
0 = without Built in push Buttons
F
WINDOW
1 = 72mm x 52mm
2 = 72mm x 34mm
A =AC Fail
0 = without AC Fail
Z
D = DC Fail
0 = without DC Fail
Y
3R = 3 ROW
6 W = 6 WAY (WNDOW)
64 W = 64 WAY (WNDOW)
10R = 10 ROW
3C = 3 COLUMN
8C = 8 COLUMN