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Technical data
Order overview
Link to predecessor model AS-D16
Operation-/Fault indicator LSE-D16

LSE-D16-BS Description

The LSE-D16-BS is an operation/fault indicator with 16 channels for front assembly.
It includes integrated controls for horn acknowledgment, alarm acknowledgment and lamp test.
The built-in buzzer can be turned off. Each input (operation and fault input) can be switched separately between an opening contact and a closing contact.
A time delay can be activated collectively for all fault inputs. The indicator process of the fault can be choosen between new value or first-up indication.
The automatic alarm acknowledgment after energising the unit is activatable. It is also selectable if the operation LEDs shall be shown or suppressed during a fault condition.
The LSE-D16-BS has three potential free relay outputs which are defined as horn output until horn acknowledgement, common output and lamp test in the factory settings.
The output function can be changed with the programming to 'horn acknowledgement activated during keystroke on HQ', 'lamp acknowledgement activated during keystroke on LQ' and 'collective output priority 2'. The labelling is simply done with slide-in paper strips.
The connection is done using the plug-in screw terminals on the back of the unit.

The LSE-D16 operation/fault indicator is the replacement for the AS-D16 . The functionality and size are identical

LSE-D16-BS Programming

The programming of the LSE-D16-BS is carried out either with the web interface or the buttons in the front of the unit.

View of the programming in the WEB interface:

Programmierung des Störmelders LSE-D16-BS
The use of the web interface is described in a separate documentation, see Downloads

The parameterisation with the buttons on the front panel of the LSE-D16-BS has 6 programme levels:

1. Fault indicator inputs (red): Opening contact/closing contact switchover
2. Operating inputs (green): Opening contact/closing contact switchover
3. Virtual DIP switch: time delays, buzzer on/off, automatic acknowledgement and output modes
4. Activation of the LT output as common output priority 2
5. RGB colour setting of the fault inputs
6. RGB colour setting of the operation inputs

Levels 4 to 6 are deactivated when delivered. They can be activated in level 3 with DIP switch 16.

Technical data

DescripionLSE-D16-BS Operation-/Fault indicator
Part numberLSE-D16-24-BS
Communication16 Multicolour-LEN / integrated Buzzer
Operation inputs16 inputs NO/NC each input separate
Fault inputs16 inputs NO/NC each input separate / Time delay global
Time delay fault inputs5s/10s/60s for all fault inputs, global
Automatic alarm acknowledgement after energising5s/10s/60s for all fault inputs, global
System imputsExternal Horn acknowledgement / External Lamp acknowledgement / External Lamp test
System outputs factory settingsHorn until HQ / Common / Lamp test activated for 5s
Outputs alternativeHorn acknowledgement activated during keystroke on HQ / Lamp acknowledgement activated during keystroke on LQ / Common Priority 2
Switching capacity output relays6A 30VDC / 6A 250VAC
Front control elementsHorn acknowledgement / Lamp acknowledgement / Lamp test
Supply voltage8-30VDC / 12-28.5VAC, 40-80Hz
Signal voltage24V AC/DC ± 20%
Power consumptionMax. 3W
DimensionsWxHxD 72x144x75mm
Front panel cut out138x68mm
Connectors, Plug-in screw terminals 0.2 - 2.5mm2
Mounting positionAny
Protection degree housingIP40
Protection degree conntectorIP20
Temperature range0°C to 65°C


Wiring Diagram of the Operation Faultindicator AS-D16


Massbild LED Anzeige LSE-D16-BS

H B H1 B1 ET T1 T2
144 mm 72 mm 136 mm 65 mm 75 mm 52 mm 8.5 mm

Order overview

Order numberDesignationAppendageStock*1Price*2
LSE-D16-BSOperation/faultindicator 24V DC/AC2x 16 inputs, multicolour LED10485.00 CHF
*1: Stock levels are for reference only. The handout is done upon incoming orders.
*2: Prices are uncommitted, errors are excepted.