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N8281V3 2/11 Rev. A


ADEMCO 4209U
Universal Group Zoning
Multiplex Module
INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE


FEATURES
The ADEMCO 4209U Group Zoning Multiplex Module is a 4-zone
expander that allows use of available expansion zones provided by
ADEMCO controls that support V-Plex
®

devices. Its primary
purpose is to provide additional 2-wire smoke detector loops to the
control. Characteristics of this device include:


Uniquely identifies 4 supervised zones or 2 supervised zones in
the “grouped” mode (groups two supervised zones together into
one zone).


Supports up to 16 2-wire smoke detectors on each of its 4 loops,
regardless of group setting.


DIP Switches can be used to set zone numbers or serial
numbers.


When used in the serial number mode, each serial number in
the selected group can be assigned to any zone number.


Tamper protected.

UL
1. Do not mix different detector models on one system.
2. Do not assign zone type 16 (Fire with Verification) to
4209U zones.
3. Close contact type initiating devices or two wire
smokes.
4. All zones are Class B, Style B.
5. Loop: 12V, 7.7mA (normal) 25mA (shorted).
6. UL Compatibility ID: A

MOUNTING

!

1. Power should be disconnected before proceeding.

2. Be sure to mount the 4209U before making any wire
connections.


The module must be mounted inside the control’s cabinet or a
separate enclosure. Tamper does not have to be enabled if the
cabinet is supervised.
Insert self-tapping screws (provided) in two adjacent raised tabs at
the back of the cabinet, leaving the heads projecting 1/8”. Hang the
module on the screw heads via the two slotted holes on the back of
the module’s housing. If tamper protection is desired, set DIP
Switch 8 to OFF and attach the tamper magnet (provided) to the
module inside cover (see Figure 1). Be sure to enable the expansion
zone tamper option at the control (program field *24 = 0).
When the module’s cover tamper is enabled, upon removal of the
cover, the magnet attached to the cover (positioned near the reed
switch) will cause a tamper signal to be sent to the control for every
active zone on the 4209U module.
When the installation is complete, install the cover and affix the
Serial Number and Zone Assignment Tables to the inside cover of
the control.

1. INSERT BOTTOM TABS FIRST.
2. ENGAGE TOP WITH CLIP.
4219-002-V0

Figure 1. Tamper Magnet Installation

WIRING
Polling

loop and protection loop wires can be brought in either
through the back or front of the unit by removing the knockouts.
Use 22 gauge twisted pair wire for polling loop connections. All
protection loops use 2k EOL resistors (included). A maximum
resistance of 100 ohms is allowed on protection loops (excluding
EOLR). See Figure 2 for all connections. Keep in mind that even in
the grouped mode, each set of terminals must have its own 2k
EOLR, and it must be connected across the loop wires at the last
detector.
UL
1.
All circuits are supervised and power limited.

2.
Use only 14-22 AWG wire.
3.
Refer to the control panel installation
instructions for specific programming and
installation requirements.
Power Connections must be made so that power to the smoke
detectors can be momentarily interrupted to clear the alarm. This
can be done via the control’s auxiliary relay or a 4204 relay.
Wire the common of the relay to 12VDC and the N.C. contact on the
4209U (TB2, terminal 3). The relay you use must be programmed
for “Smoke Detector Reset” (see control panel’s instructions). When
you reset an alarm at the keypad, the relay arm will swing
momentarily to the N.O. contact, causing an interruption of power.

DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
ZONE ASSIGNMENT MODE:
In the zone assignment mode, the DIP Switches on the 4209U are
used to assign the unit to a group of four consecutive zones in the
“non-grouped” mode, or two consecutive zones in the “grouped”
mode. These zone numbers, once designated for the 4209U, cannot
be used for anything else, even if you don’t use them all. Follow the
steps below using Table 1 for DIP Switch settings.
SERIAL NUMBER MODE:
In the serial number mode, the DIP Switches on the 4209U are
used to assign the unit to a group of 4 serial numbers, or 2 serial
numbers in the “grouped” mode. You can assign any serial number
to any zone number (except hardwire zone numbers on the control)
and you do not lose zone numbers if you don’t use all 4 loops on the
4209U. Follow the steps below using Table 2 for DIP Switch
settings.
C
E

For CE installations, ADEMCO N6361 EMI suppression
bead is required. Refer to the N6361 installation guide
for wire routing instructions.

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1
2
3
1
3
7
6
8
5
4
2
TB1
REED (TAMPER) SWITCH
2k EOLR 2k EOLR 2k EOLR 2k EOLR
UP TO 16 2-WIRE
SMOKE DETECTORS
TB2
SMOKE
(+) ( )
SMOKE
(+) ( )
SMOKE
(+) ( )
SMOKE
(+) ( )
THE EOL RESISTOR MUST
BE CONNECTED ACROSS
THE LOOP WIRES AT THE
LAST DETECTOR
LOOPS:
A
B
C
D
(+) ( )
(+) ( )
(+) ( )
(+) ( )
( ) GND
( )
(+)
}
TO POLLING LOOP
(USE TWISTED PAIR)
MAX OF 100 ohms WIRING
RESISTANCE AND 2k EOLR
4
4209U
4209U-SOC-V0
1 2 3 4 5
ON
6
7
POSITIONS 2-5: SELECT THE 2 (GROUPED) OR
4 (NON GROUPED) SENSOR
DEVICE GROUP ADDRESS
(SHOWN ON, ON, ON,
OFF = 2nd GROUP SELECTION).
POSITION 6:
DEVICE TYPE (SHOWN
ON = “SERIAL NUMBER” MODE).
POSITION 7:
NOT USED. SET TO “OFF.”
8
ON
1
POSITION 1:
SELECT GROUP MODE
(SHOWN OFF = NON GROUPED).
POSITION 8:
SELECT TAMPER PROTECTION
SETTING
(SHOWN OFF = TAMPER ENABLED).
ON
ON
OFF
SIDEVIEW
}
}
(+) 12VDC SWITCHED POWER SOURCE,
(VIA CONTROL PANEL'S AUXILIARY
RELAY OR 4204 RELAY MODULE).

Figure 2: Summary of Connections
THIS SWITCH SETTING PRESETS THE LOOPS TO THESE ZONE NUMBERS
Dip Switch position
Loop Number
( “—” means “off” )
23
4
5
6
LOOP A
LOOP B
LOOP C LOOP D
LOOPS A&B LOOPS C&D
ON
ON
ON
ON

1
2
3
4
1 2
ON
ON
ON


9 10 11 12 9 10
ON
ON

ON

17 18 19 20 17 18
ON
ON



25 26 27 28 25 26
ON

ON
ON

33 34 35 36 33 34
ON

ON


41 42 43 44 41 42
ON


ON

49 50 51 52 49 50
ON




57 58 59 60 57 58

ON
ON
ON

65 66 67 68 65 66
—ONON


73 74 75 76 73 74

ON

ON

81 82 83 84 81 82

ON



89 90 91 92 89 90


ON
ON

97 98 99 100 97 98


ON


105 106 107 108 105 106
—— —
ON

113 114 115 116 113 114





121 122 123 124 121 122
NON GROUPED
GROUPED
F
or
“Zone Assignment”
mode
, DIP Switch position 6 m
ust be off
.
When using this mode, program each zone’s “Input Type” as “DIP Switch Polling Loop Device” (DP), where applicable.
Do not select 1 - 4 for Vista controls.
If 9 - 12 is selected for controls that have 9 hardwire zones, First Loop (Zone 9) will be inactive. Consult
the Control Panel Instructions to determine the valid zone numbers for that control panel.
*
**
Z
O
N
E
N
U
M
B
E
R
**
*
4209U-002-V0

Table 1. 4209U Zone Number Assignments
Dip Switch position
(
“—”
means

off

)
23
4
5
6
LOOP A
LOOP B
LOOP C LOOP D
LOOPS A&B LOOPS C&D
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
000-0004 000-0005 000-0006 000-0007
000-0004 000-0005
ON
ON
ON

ON
006-9908 006-9909 006-9910 006-9911 006-9908 006-9909
ON
ON

ON
ON
013-9812 013-9813 013-9814 013-9815 013-9812 013-9813
ON
ON
——
ON
020-9716 020-9717 020-9718 020-9719 020-9716 020-9717
ON

ON
ON
ON
027-9620 027-9621 027-9622 027-9623 027-9620 027-9621
ON

ON

ON
034-9524 034-9525 034-9526 034-9527 034-9524 034-9525
ON
——
ON
ON
041-9428 041-9429 041-9430 041-9431 041-9428 041-9429
ON
———
ON
048-9332 048-9333 048-9334 048-9335 048-9332 048-9333

ON
ON
ON
ON
055-9236 055-9237 055-9238 055-9239 055-9236 055-9237

ON
ON

ON
062-9140 062-9141 062-9142 062-9143 062-9140 062-9141

ON

ON
ON
069-9044 069-9045 069-9046 069-9047 069-9044 069-9045

ON
——
ON
076-8948 076-8949 076-8950 076-8951 076-8948 076-8949
——
ON
ON
ON
083-8852 083-8853 083-8854 083-8855 083-8852 083-8853
——
ON

ON
090-8756 090-8757 090-8758 090-8759 090-8756 090-8757
—— —
ON
ON
097-8660 097-8661 097-8662 097-8663 097-8660 097-8661
—— —

ON
104-8564 104-8565 104-8566 104-8567 104-8564 104-8565
NON GROUPED
GROUPED
F
or

Ser
ial Number

mode
, DIP Switch position 6 m
ust be on.
(Each serial number in the selected group can be assigned to any zone number.)
Loop Serial Number
THIS SWITCH SETTING PRESETS THE LOOPS TO THESE SERIAL NUMBERS
4209U-003-V0

Table 2. 4209U Serial Number Assignments
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Set the DIP switches on the 4209U as instructed below:
1.

Select “grouped” or “non-grouped” mode using DIP Switch 1:
Grouped = ON Non-grouped = OFF. When grouped, loops A &
B will report as one zone number, and loops C and D will
report as the next zone number. See Tables 1 and 2 for specific
zone and serial number assignments.
2.

Select mode of operation (serial number or zone assignment
mode) using DIP Switch 6: Serial Number mode = ON Zone
Assignment mode = OFF.
3.

Select the group setting using DIP Switches 2, 3, 4, and 5. See
Table 1 for zone assignments or Table 2 for serial number
assignments. If using more than one 4209U, be sure to set
each one to a different group setting.
4.

DIP Switch 7: Not used, set to OFF.
5.

Select the 4209U Tamper Protection setting using DIP Switch
8: Tamper Disabled = ON Tamper Enabled = OFF. Tamper
will report for every active zone on the 4209U module.
PROGRAMMING
UL

Zones assigned to the 4209U must be programmed
as Fire zone type 09. Do not program them as zone
type 16 (Fire with Verification).


When setting the 4209U to a group of zone numbers, each zone
must be programmed as follows:


On 4140XMP and earlier controls, these zones must be
programmed as Left Loop Polling Loop Zones.


On VISTA-40 and later controls, these zones must be
programmed in the #93 Menu Mode Zone Programming as
INPUT TYPE “7” – DP (DIP Switch Polling Loop Device)
When setting the 4209U to a group of
serial numbers
, each zone
must be programmed as INPUT TYPE “6” --SL (Serial Number
Polling Loop Device). Loops can be learned in any order and
assigned to any legitimate zone number.
When prompted to enroll the serial number for a particular zone,
you may either enter it manually through the keypad or through
the Compass downloader, or “learn” it by momentarily faulting
(shorting) the terminals of that zone when prompted for the serial
number.
If manually entering a serial number via the keypad, enter it and
press “*” to advance to the next prompt. Make sure you also enter
the loop number of the device you are using for that zone (see the
control’s instructions for more details about enrolling serial
numbers).
If enrolling a serial number results in a message display of
“Duplicate of Zone XX,” another device with that same serial
number is already in the system. In that case, use a different serial
number group setting on the 4209U.
!

If learning a serial number by faulting its
associated loop, make sure that other
V-Plex devices are not activated, as they
may interfere with the device being
learned.


VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMING
To verify proper programming, the following test should be
performed:
1.

Be sure to enable expansion zone tamper protection at the
control (program field *24 = 0).
2.

Set DIP Switch 8 to OFF (tamper enabled).
3.

Replace the 4209U cover and clear the keypad of any faulted
zones.
4.

Remove the 4209U’s cover and verify (on the keypad) that only
the zones you designated for this 4209U are indicating a check
(or trouble) condition.

Smoke Detector
Type
Model #
Base #
Manufacturer
Photoelectric 2W-B n/a System Sensor
Photoelectric w/Heat
Detector
2WT-B n/a System Sensor
Photoelectric 2151 B110LP System Sensor
Photoelectric w/Heat
Detector
FSA-210BT n/a
DSL
Photoelectric 429 n/a ESL
Photoelectric
521B
n/a
ESL
Table 3. Compatible 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Note:
The 4209U does not support the Clean Me feature on any
smoke detector.

Current Draw (All zones shorted)
(Input Voltage: 8 –11VDC)
From
Polling
Loop
From Switched
Power
15.5mA 110mA
Table 4. Current Draw Calculations
SPECIFICATIONS
Physical
:
Width: 6-7/16” (163mm)
Height: 4-1/4” (108mm)
Depth: 1-1/4” (32mm)
Electrical:

Polling loop input: 8.0–11V
Switched Power Input: 12V
Current draw: 15.5mA max.
from
polling
loop, 110mA max.
from switched power source
(see Table 4)

Sensor Loop Response:

400 msec (all loops)
Sensor Loop Current @
switched power input of
12VDC:

7.7mA (normal)
25mA (shorted)
Sensor Loop Max.
Resistance:

Up to 100 ohms of wire
resistance + 2k EOLR.


SEE THE CONTROL PANEL’S INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION REGARDING THE LIMITATIONS OF THE
ENTIRE SECURITY SYSTEM.

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