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The Hydrant Button model FW724 is designed for use with Maple Armor's FW109 fire alarm signaling system. It is used to activate the hydrant manually.  The intended application area is public place such as hotel room, office, library, theater, etc.
Prior to installing bases, make sure the product will have sufficient margin and wiring room. Do not over tighten the mounting screws to avoid base deformation, which may affect the device efficiency. Check information of equipment used in the system by other manufacturers for any guidelines or restrictions.
The product must be used within its published specifications and properly installed, operated, and maintained, in accordance with these instructions. Not following these instructions may result in no alarm or false alarm. Maple Armor is not responsible for devices that are improperly installed, maintained or tested.
Do not paint this device.
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Operating VoltageDC 24V   
Standby Current≤0.3mA   (24V)
Active Current≤1mA       (24V)
Contact Rating5A 125/250VAC
Operating Temperature0°C ~ 55°C
Operating Humidity0% ~ 93% RH
Dimension120 mm (L) x 120 mm (W) x 58 mm (H)
Address Range1-200

1.Set the address (1-200) using the hand-held programmer.
2.Connect the wires, see Figure 1. There is no polarity distinction between terminal 1 and terminal 2.

Figure 1. Wiring Diagram
3.Mount the hydrant button front housing assembly onto the base or onto the electrical box, as illustrated in Figure 2. 

Figure 2 Hydrant Button installation
4.Apply power to the control unit to activate the SLC to check the normal operation of the hydrant button. 
1.Before testing, inform the proper authorities that the system is undergoing maintenance and will temporarily be put out of service.
2.Disable the system to prevent unwanted alarms.
3.Make sure the indicator LED on the device’s surface is flashing. Failure to flash indicates a non-functioning device or a faulty wiring. Check the wiring and remount the device.
4.Push the “PRESS HERE” button to activate the hydrant. The ACTIVATE LED indicator should turn to steady lighting.
5.The STATUS LED indicator will turn steady on when the hydrant button receives the feedback signal.
6.Use the key provided to reset the switch from the bottom of the station.
7.Once the testing is completed, set the system back to normal operation and inform proper authorities. 
Return the device for reparation if it fails to flash or alarm during testing. Do not disassemble the device without permission.