Advantage Panel Usage & Documentation

LED Indications

Quick detailed overview of the Advantage Panel’s Flash Codes.

Product Specifications

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Product Documentation

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Field Wiring Diagram

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Advantage 24 Product Specifications

Mechanical Specifications
Enclosure Dimensions
4.1” W x 7.2” H 6.9” D (104mm W x 183mm H x 173 mm D)


9.2 lbs. / (4.2 kg)


2 – 8 Hz 7.5mm 8 – 200 Hz 2g 200 – 500 Hz 4g xyz 12 x 3-minute sweeps


To Be Determined
Secondary Battery Circuits
Quantity (1)
Local Audible Annunciation
Quantity (1)
Environmental Specifications

Module Electronics                          

-40F to 158F & -40C to +70C

Lithium-Iron Batteries

-40F to +140F & -20C to +60C

Sealed Lead Acid Batteries

-40F to 158F & -40C to +60C Battery life may be affected at temperatures above +120F (49C)
Electrical Specifications (Supervised Circuit)

Detection (Initiating Circuits)

Quantity (5) Class B

Actuation Circuits

Quantity (1)

Generic Supervisory Circuit

Quantity (1)

Primary Power Circuit

Quantity (1)

Remote Annunciation

Quantity (1)

Abort Station

Quantity (1)

Electrical Specifications (Visual Indicators)

System Normal

Green LED (Flashing)

Zone 1 - Zone 4

Red LED-Alarm & Yellow LED-Trouble

Service System

Yellow LED (Flashing)

Battery Fault

Yellow LED (Flashing)

Alarm Silence

Yellow LED (Flashing)

Service System Flash Codes

The group of 4 LEDs on the left of the panel indicate the conditions of zones 1-4.  The following flash codes represent the potential alarm and fault conditions that could appear:

  • Fault
    • Yellow LED is on for Detection Fault
    • Yellow LED flashing for Actuation Fault
  • Alarm
    • Red LED quick flash before actuation
    • Red LED steady on after actuation

The service system LED (Yellow LED) will be the indicator for any fault condition present in the panel.   The following faults will appear as flash codes on the LED:

  • Primary Power Fault – 1 Flash (Low-Power Mode)
  • Manual Release Switch Fault – 2 Flashes
  • Actuation Disable Switch Fault – 3 Flashes
  • Ground Fault – 4 Flashes
  • Cross Zone Fault – 5 Flashes
  • CAN Communication Fault – 6 Flashes 
  • Modbus Fault – 7 Flashes

In the case of 8 Flashes being present, a connection must be made to distinguish which of the following fault conditions are present:

  • Abort Switch Fault
  • Aux. 24V Power Fault
  • Annunciation Fault
  • Other System (MCU/Peripheral) Fault

Located below the ‘Service System LED’ (Yellow LED) is the Auxiliary Alarm LED.  This LED is used for:

  • Indicating Supervisory Circuit contact Open condition
  • Pressure Switch, etc

Located below the ‘Battery Fault LED’ is the Alarm Silence LED (Yellow LED).  The LED indicates:

  • ON when Silence enabled

Located below the ‘Auxiliary Alarm LED’ is the Battery Fault LED (Yellow LED).  This LED indicates the following:

  • Battery missing – Steady on with audible alarm
  • Low Battery voltage charging – Flashing yellow No audible alarm

Located at the top of the panel, the Bluetooth Communications LED (Blue LED) is responsible for indicating whether Bluetooth communication is turned on.

*Bluetooth Communication is under development and is pending licensing*

Advantage 24 Field Wiring Diagram

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*Bluetooth Capabilities are currently under development and are pending licensing.*

Product Documentation

  • Advantage Panel Field Wiring Specifications
  • Advantage Panel Field Wiring Diagram
  • Advantage Panel Representative Field Wiring Diagram

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Advantage Panel Field Wiring Specifications  

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Field Wiring Diagram PDF

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Representative Field Wiring Diagram