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1 Laptop / PC Programming Manual Doc. # Fire PC Program rev B This Document is property of Evax Systems, Inc.

2 The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer Components System Setup Interface Setup Tab To Define Communications Setup parameters To define Point Setup parameters System Service Service information Tab System parameters Tab Holiday Tab On/Off Schedule Tab Evax Numbers Configuration Tab Peripheral Configuration Tab Event History Tab Comments Tab DACT Tab Day/Night Schedule Tab Options and Timing Tab Input Settings Tab Output Settings Tab Point Setup Group Setup Zone Setup Remote Access Viewing points Discovery features Get point type To get the point type Get manufacturer date To get manufacturer date To get approval data Get Drift Data To get Drift data Rapid update To run rapid update Set LED behavior To set LED behavior Discovery test 43 Page 1 of 44

3 The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer components The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer main screen has the following buttons: Remote Access - Enables online reception and viewing of system events to a Computer Screen (Alarms, Pre-Alarms, Trouble and Status messages). Programming Setup and programming features. Exit - Exit from the program. Page 2 of 44

4 Screen 2 Enter an access code by typing in Offline to set up your communication port to connect to the panel or to work on a project when not connected to a panel. Any entry will show as a secured entry (********) Entering an access code when you are connected to a panel and the Fire Alarm panel is in PC Communications will get you access to the panel. =============================================================== To Set FACP in PC Communications: 1) Press 0 PROG on the front numeric keypad of FACP 2) Enter eight (8) 2 s ( ) 3) Press ENTER ACK on the front of the FACP 4) Press 1 Program 5) Press 8 **PC Communications** Press (RESET) to end Page 3 of 44

5 1.0 System Setup Your System parameters are used to customize the basic operational parameters of the Evax Fire Solutions Programmer. The parameters define the user interface and the way that the Evax Fire Solutions Programmer communicates with the fire alarm control panel. To define system parameters: In the Evax Fire Solutions Programmer programming window, click System Setup icon. The System Setup window will be displayed: IMPORTANT: Your initial launch of the Fire Solutions software requires the setting up of the communications port (Com1, Com2, etc.) from your Laptop/PC. If this is not set you will NOT communicate between the PC and the FACP. Page 4 of 44

6 You get 3 choices: 1) Interface Setup 2) Communication Setup 3) Point Setup 1.1 Interface Setup Tab The Interface Setup tab enables you to select the interface language and select the way in which the date will appear on the screen and in the reports To define interface setup parameters: 1. From the Language drop down list, select the language to be used in the Evax Fire Solutions Programmer application windows. 2. From the Date format drop down list, select the date format to be used in Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer application windows and reports. Page 5 of 44

7 1.2 To define Communication Setup parameters: 1. From the Communication Port drop down list, select the communication port to be used while Evax Fire Solutions Programmer connects to the fire alarm control panel and vice versa. 2. From the Communication Type frame, select the communication type Direct connection The PC and the fire alarm control panel, should establish communication via a cable. Modem The PC and the fire alarm control panel should establish communication via a modem. When in this mode, two additional parameters should be configured Phone number needed to be dialed for establishing connection between the PC and the fire alarm control panel. Initialization string needed to be sent to the modem before dialing Page 6 of 44

8 1.3 To define Point Setup parameters: The Point setup Default Group 201 is the pre determined words within the internal dictionary of the software. These words have been pre-selected as commonly used, when entering text throughout the program when typing these words the system will automatically complete the entry of the word if in this group. Example: if typing in the description of a smoke detector when entering comp the system will complete the word as Computer. Page 7 of 44

9 2.0 System Service The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer gives you the ability to program and maintain your fire alarm control panel from a remote site. The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer contains all kind of commands/tools available on the fire alarm control panel. To program/maintain your fire alarm control panel: In the Evax Fire Solutions Programmer main window, click System Service icon.. The Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer login is then automatically displayed Page 8 of 44

10 The System Service window enables you to: Update service information Program system parameters Program holidays Program on/off schedule Configure devices Configure peripherals Browse the event history log Comment your recent actions Program day/night schedule Configure options and timing Configure input settings Configure output settings 2.1 Service information Tab The Service information tab enables you to put names, addresses and phone numbers of the company that installed this fire alarm control panel for later use in a case of a need for maintenance or service. Page 9 of 44

11 To update the service information: 1. From the Panel type drop down list, select the panel type to be used in Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer application windows. 2. From the Installation date drop down list, select the installation date of the fire alarm control panel. 3. From the Maintenance date drop down list, select the next maintenance date of the fire alarm control panel. 4. In the user information frame, fill in the user company information (name and address) and the installer information (company name, address, engineer name and service number). 2.2 System parameters Tab The System parameters tab enables you to change the access codes, real-time clock and banner text. It is also possible to get the software version of your fire alarm control panel, put factory default values and reset the panel. Page 10 of 44

12 To update the system parameters: (MUST Be in Communications with the FACP) 1. Select the right Date/Time values for the fire alarm control panel. 2. Click the Set button found in the Real-time clock settings frame. 3. Put desired access codes in Access 1 and Access 2 text boxes. 4. Click the Set button found in the Access code frame. 5. Fill in the Banner text information. 6. Click the Set button found in the Banner frame. To get the panel software version: Click the Get button found in the Software version frame. To put factory default values: Click the Factory default button found in the Reset frame. To reset the panel: Click the Reset panel button found in the Reset frame. Notes: When you first enter the System Service window, the date and time settings are taken from the PC. If you set these parameters in a remote site, verify that put the correct date/time according to the site time zone. Putting factory default values procedure takes approx. 35 seconds. Page 11 of 44

13 2.3 Holiday Tab The Holiday tab makes it possible to easily program the fire alarm control panel holidays. The fire alarm control panel stores up to twenty holidays. To program holidays: 1. From the Holiday frame, check/uncheck desired holiday date. 2. From the Holiday x date, input the desired date. 3. Click the Set button found in the Holiday frame. NOTE: Set Button only active if communicating with FACP. Page 12 of 44

14 2.4 On/Off Schedule Tab The On/Off Schedule tab makes it possible to easily program the fire alarm control panel on/off schedules. The fire alarm control panel stores up to four on/off schedules with three on/off periods each. To program on/off schedules: 1. From the On/Off Schedule x frame, define the starting and ending time for each schedule. 2. Click the Set button found in the On/Off Schedule frame. NOTE: Set Button only active if communicating with FACP. Page 13 of 44

15 2.5 Evax Numbers Configuration Tab The Evax Numbers Configuration tab makes it possible to easily configure the fire alarm control panel devices existence This screen lets you select how many Annunciators and the ID number, SLC Addressable Modules and ID number & Conventional Modules and ID number you are going to have on the system. The box on the right lets you set up the remote annunciators if you want remote reset, silence and acknowledge capability per annunciator. MUST have at least one Fire Signal Line Circuit ## selected to program devices to loops, Page 14 of 44

16 2.6 Peripheral Configuration Tab The Peripheral Configuration tab sets the peripheral settings of your fire alarm control panel easily. The settings are the super communication type, modem initialization string and remote phone number. Screen gives you five choices for communication out of the serial port and the modem port on the FACP. To configure the fire alarm control panel peripherals: In the Modem init. string text box, put the initialization string needed for the modem to operate properly. In the Remote Phone Number text box, put the phone number needed to be dialed by the panel to connect to the computer running the Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer software. Page 15 of 44

17 2.7 Event History Tab The Event History tab allows you to browse through the events stored in the fire alarm control panel. Evax Panel Programmer provides a convenient method for event browsing/printing, with the ability to filter out unwanted event types. Evax Panel Programmer enables customization of the event browsing feature by filtering unwanted event types. To browse the fire alarm control panel event history log: 1. Click the Re-load button found in the Event History frame. The Evax Panel Programmer will notify you for the amount of events stored in the fire alarm control panel. 2. Browse the events using the Next/Previous/First/Last. Buttons. Notes: 1. Using the Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer, it is possible to get a hard copy of the currently displayed event or all the events stored in your fire alarm control panel. To print the events click the Print button found in the Event History frame. 2. Using the Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer, it is possible to clear all the events stored in your fire alarm control panel. Page 16 of 44

18 2.8 Comments Tab The Comments tab gives you a place to put some notes about maintenance actions taken while servicing the system for later use/trace. Event history lets you set up what event you want in the history. To comment your recent actions: 1. Fill in all the information you want to be stored on the hard disk. Notes: 1. Using the Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer, it is possible to get a hard copy of the currently displayed comments. To print the comments click the Print button found in the Comments History frame. 2. Using the Evax Panel Programmer, it is possible to clear all the comments stored in the hard disk. Page 17 of 44

19 2.9 DACT Tab: Let you set up the dialer. 1 Select None, PDACT, or If selecting PDACT a. Enter Phone number #1 (7 through 12 digits) (no dashes) b. Enter Phone number #2 (7 through 12 digits) (no dashes) 3 Enter four (4) Digit Account Number Page 18 of 44

20 2.10 Day/Night Schedule Tab The Day/Night Schedule tab makes it possible to easily program the fire alarm control panel day/night schedules. The fire alarm control panel stores one to four unique day/night Sensitivity schedules. To program day/night schedules: 1. From the Day/Night Schedule tab, define the Day and Night time (pull down menu), define the Day/Night Sensitivity LEVEL (Low, Medium, High pull down menu ) and the days of the week in which the schedule should be referenced for each schedule. 2. After all Schedules have been determined click the Set button found in the Day/Night Schedule frame to program or set. Page 19 of 44

21 2.11 Options and timing Tab The Options and timing tab enables you to change the Latch troubles, Trouble reminder, Auto silence, Silence inhibit and Alarm verify parameters To configure options and timing: 1. From the Option and timing frame, check/uncheck Latch troubles. 2. From the Option and timing frame, check/uncheck Troubles reminder. 3. From the Auto silence drop down list, select the desired period of time after which the alarm will be silenced. 4. From the Silence inhibit drop down list, select the desired period of time required, before the alarm will be silenced. 5. From the Alarm verify drop down list, select the desired period of time required, before the alarm will be activated (during this time the alarm status is re-checked). 6. Click the Set button found in the Option and timing frame. Page 20 of 44

22 2.12 Input settings Tab The Input settings tab enables you to change the Daily test time, configure each detector family s (Ion, Photo, Multi, Heat) 3 Levels of Sensitivity, the Fault level and the Pre-alarm values for each family of detectors. The Sensitivity Levels set here are System Wide. To configure input settings: 1. Change the Daily test time value. 2. For each detector family, configure its Sensitivity, Fault level and Pre-alarm values. This is a numeric value entered at each entry section. 4. Click the Set button found in the Input settings frame to save and set the new values. Page 21 of 44

23 2.13 Output settings Tab The Output settings tab enables you to change the NACs configuration, amount of RCs (relay controls EF-RC) on Main Control Module (MCC), and the amount of RCs on CMs (Conventional Input Modules EF1-CM). To configure output settings: 1. From the NAC 1, 2, 3 & 4 configuration drop down list, select the desired behavior of the NAC output. NAC Steady NAC Temporal Code NAC March Time Power Supply Resetable (24 VDC) Power Supply Continuous (24VDC) Gentex 1 (Commander 2, 3) Gentex 2 (Commander 1) 2. Select the amount of RCs installed on the Main Conventional Module (CM). 3. Select the amount of RCs installed on the CMs. 4. Click the Set button found in the Output settings frame. Page 22 of 44

24 Setting up the output circuits on the system When you are finished with the System Service tab go to Point Setup Page 23 of 44

25 2.14 Point Setup Point setup sets the fire alarm control panel s device(s) configuration. Evax Fire Panel Programmer point setup presents the points configuration graphically and contains all the settings that can be set via the fire alarm control panel. To configure points: In the Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer window, click Point Setup. The Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer will automatically display the following screen if in the Evax parts section, the programmer has NOT selected a Sire Signal Line Circuit card. NOTE: Right & Left arrows system. will be grayed if a SLC card is not part of the Page 24 of 44

26 The output screen in point setup lets you select what group or groups you want to turn on the output and relays. Call will turn on the LED for that NAC circuit when it is activated. Silence lets it be silence by the systems silence pushbutton. Output delay lets you put a delay on a output. Page 25 of 44

27 If a SLC card has been selected, depended on the address set at dip switch (SW1), this will allow you to program points per SLC circuit (Address 00 of SW1 equals Circuits 1 & 2, Address 01 of SW1 equals Circuits 3 & 4, etc.) The Point Setup window is displayed: From this screen you can start editing or adding devices on to the loop. The Point Setup window enables you to: Scan points ( Point tab; Scan all Points ) Get/Set the points settings ( Get info from Panel, Send info to Panel ) Open/Save points settings View point Discovery features Page 26 of 44

28 Point scanning: The point scanning command in the PC software causes the scan all points command of the fire alarm control panel to be activated. During this procedure the Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer presents the scanning progress graphically and notifies for each point change (change/add/removal/multiply). To activate the scan command: 1. Click Scan points from the Point menu. Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer will initiate the scan points procedure and present the current status (numerical update in the status bar and graphical update in the points screen) Getting/Setting point settings Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer gives you a tool to easily backup and restore the fire alarm control panel s point settings. You can even use the backup files to configure another identical system faster. To get point settings: 1. Click Get info from Panel on the toolbar. The Loop selection dialog box is displayed: 2. Define the range of loops you wish to get the settings from and click OK. The point setup screen will appear with new settings: Note: Only the selected range of loops will be influenced from the process and the other loops will remain unchanged. Page 27 of 44

29 A. When you are on the specific device you can select what group or groups (up to 10) you want it in. B. Put a point label text message on the device (Default on panel scan is: Top row Device type, 2 nd Row Circuit # Device #) C. Set up a schedule for the device. D. Set the sensitivity you want the device to alarm at. E. Monitor mode let you set up the point for Alarm or Supervisory (sensor type). F. Enable the point (enable or disable) G. Alarm Verification (enable or disable) Page 28 of 44

30 Setting up an Input Output monitor module. The setting up the Input/output module NOTE: The 10 output groups are divided between 5 groups for the Input and 5 Groups for the Output. Page 29 of 44

31 To set point settings: 1. Click Send info to Panel on the toolbar. Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer will show a confirmation dialog box: 2. Click Yes to proceed or No to cancel it. If Yes is used, Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer will transfer all the settings to the fire alarm control panel. Note: Using the Set point settings will set ALL the points. Hence, it is recommended to get the point settings of the points before setting them to avoid mismatch with the current settings (i.e. device type). Opening/Saving point settings Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer allows you to save your point settings to a your disk for later use. To open point settings: 1. In the Point Setup window, click Open. The Open loop data dialog box is displayed: 2. Select the loop data file you want to open and click Open. The Point setup window for the selected loop data file is displayed. Page 30 of 44

32 To save point settings: 1. In the Point Setup window, click Save. The Save loop data dialog box is displayed: 2. Select the loop data file you want to save or write a new name and click Save. Page 31 of 44

33 3.0 Group Setup Group setup sets the fire alarm control panels groups configuration. Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer group setup presents the groups configuration in a table and contains all the settings that can be set via the fire alarm control panel. To configure groups: 1. In the Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer window, click Group Setup. The Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer login is then automatically displayed: 2. Enter the access code (Level one or two) and click OK. Note: When the fire alarm control panel is shipped, the default access code for level one is and for level two is Page 32 of 44

34 The Group Setup window is displayed: The Group Setup window enables you to: Get/Set the groups settings Open/Save groups settings Back Getting/Setting group settings Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer gives you a tool to easily backup and restore the fire alarm control panels groups settings. You can even use the backup files to configure another identical system faster. Page 33 of 44

35 To get groups settings: 1. Click Get on the toolbar. The Group selection dialog box is displayed: 2. Define the range of groups you wish to get the settings from and click OK. The group setup screen will appear with new settings: Note: Only the selected range of groups will be influenced from the process and the other groups will remain unchanged. Page 34 of 44

36 To set groups settings: 1. Click the Set on the toolbar. Evax Fire Solutions Signal Super Programmer will transfer all the settings to the fire alarm control panel. Note: Using the Set group settings will set ALL the groups. Back Opening/Saving groups settings Evax Fire Solutions Panel Programmer allows you to save your groups settings to your computer or to a disk for later use. To open point settings: 1. In the Group Setup window, click Open. The Open group data dialog box is displayed: 2. Select the group data file you want to open and click Open. The Group setup window for the selected loop data file is displayed. Page 35 of 44

37 To save groups settings: 1. In the Groups Setup window, click Save. The Save group data dialog box is displayed: 2. Select the group data file you want to save or write a new name and click Save. Go to the arrow on the door for group set up Page 36 of 44

38 4.0 Zone Setup Setting up the convention zones for the group or groups that it will be associated with. Monitor Mode lets you select what type of event you want it to report in as. Page 37 of 44

39 5.0 Remote Access The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer allows you to get events from the fire alarm control panel immediately when they occur. You can browse through 100 recent events and see where, when and why they occurred. Each event type has a unique color to distinguish between alarms (red), pre-alarms (orange), trouble (yellow) and status (green). The Evax Fire Solutions Programmer enables customization of the online event reception by filtering unwanted event types. To activate online events reception: In the Evax Fire Solutions Programmer main window, click Remote Access. The Remote Access window is displayed choose either Single Panel for a local panel or Multi Panel for the Network Remote Access The Remote Access window enables you to: Receive events online Print recent events Page 38 of 44

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41 6.0 Viewing point Discovery features: Discovery detectors use a digital communication protocol, which allows communication in three different modes: Normal, Read and Write Discovery features include reading/writing information stored in the non-volatile memory of the detector. To activate Discovery features: 1. Click the Discovery features from the Point menu. The Discovery features window is displayed: The Discovery features window enables you to: Get point type Get manufacture date Get approval data Get drift data Rapid update Set LED behavior Discovery test Page 40 of 44

42 6.1 Get point type Discovery devices include Ionisation Smoke Detector Optical Smoke Detector Heat Detector Multisensor Detector Carbon Monoxide Detector Manual Call Point To distinguish between each, Discovery devices have a unique device identification code called Point type saved in its non-volatile memory To get the point type: Click the Get point type button. The result will appear next to the button. 6.3 Get manufacture date: Every Discovery device includes its manufacture date in the non-volatile memory. 6.4 To get the manufacture date: Click the Get MFR date button. The result will appear next to the button. Get approval data: Every Discovery device includes its approval data (UL, EN54 etc) in the non-volatile memory. 6.5 To get the approval data: Click the Get approval data button. The result will appear next to the button. Page 41 of 44

43 6.6 Get drift data: All Discovery smoke detectors include compensation for sensor drift as part of the internal signal-processing algorithm. The algorithm will compensate for changes in sensor output caused, for example, by dust in the chamber. The compensation level is stored in the detector s memory as a single value between 0 and To get the drift data: Click the Get drift data button. The result will appear next to the button. 7.0 Rapid update: Rapidly re-updates the drift sensitivity of the device when you change out a detector or move a detector to a new location. You must do a Rapid update when you change out a device or clean a device. 7.1 To run the rapid update: Click the Rapid update button. The result will appear next to the button. 7.2 Set LED behavior: All Discovery detectors have two integral LED indicators, which can be illuminated at any time by the control panel to indicate devices in alarm. In addition to this mode of operation it is possible to enable a flashing LED mode by writing to one of the memory locations. In this mode the LEDs will flash each time the device is polled. 7.3 To set the LED behavior: 1. Check/uncheck Blink when polling. 2. Click the Set LED behavior button. A message box will confirm the result. Page 42 of 44

44 8.0 Discovery test: Discovery devices include an internal test procedure. To run the Discovery test: 1. Click the Discovery test button Page 43 of 44

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