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1 Fire Extinguishing Control Panel FS5200Е INSTRUCTION MANUAL Revision 8/01.17 Instruction Manual Page 1

2 Table of contents Terminology... Technical Data... Contents of Delivery... Installation and Arrangements... To Mount the Control Panel... Description of Inputs and Outputs. Periphery Devices Assembly... Description and Mounting of Devices to L1, L2 and L3 Inputs... Description and Mounting of Devices to Manual Release Input... Description and Mounting of Devices Mode Select Input... Description and Mounting of Devices Hold Input... Description and Mounting of Devices On/Off Exting Input... Description and Mounting of Devices Low Press Input... Description and Mounting of Devices Exting Output... Description and Mounting of Devices Sounder S1 and Sounder S2 Outputs... Description and Mounting of Devices to Outputs OK1, OK andи OK3 Open Collector Type... Description and Mounting of Devices to Rel Fire Output... Description and Mounting of Devices Rel 1 ST and Rel 2ST Outputs... Description and Mounting of Devices to Rel Fault Output... Description and Mounting of Devices to RS485 Interface Terminals... Power Supply Connection... General Information... Access Levels... Indications and Buttons for Control... Conditions of the Fire Extinguishing Control Panel... Duty Mode... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Fire Condition Stage I... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Fire Condition Stage II... Description... Indication... Using the keypad... Using the Switch for Mode Selection (Automatic/Manual/Disabled)... Fault Condition... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Disabled Component... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Test Mode... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Information and Control Mode... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Using the Menus... Menu View Faults Instruction Manual Page 2

3 Menu View Disables... Menu View Test... Menu Statuses... Menu System Functions... Setup Mode... Description... Indication... Using the Keypad... Using the Menus... Menu Fire Extinguishing Control Panel... Menu CAN Parameters... Menu Inputs/Outputs... Menu Time Extinguishing... Menu Time Evacuation... Menu Factory Settings... Menu Clear archive... Menu new Password... Extinguishing Control Algorithm... Labour Protection Requirements... Fire Extinguishing Control Panel Start Up... Operation, Storage and Transportation... Warranty... Appendixes Instruction Manual Page 3

4 Introduction The fire extinguishing control panel FS5200Е is designated for fire protection, monitoring and control of systems for active extinguishing. After processing the signals from the automatic fire detectors and/or manual call points the control panel it sends commands to the executive devices for extinguishing, sound-light signalers, air conditioning and ventilation devices, it sends information to a repeater, PC or another intelligent devices. FS5200Еcould be used in gas, powder, aerosol, water and other types of systems for active extinguishing. The fire extinguishing control panel is designed for extinguishing in one zone. It is possible up to 15 zones to be protected when the fire extinguishing control panel is connected in a network via interface RS485 and a repeater FS5200R. The fire extinguishing control panel could be connected and become a part of the Interactive Fire Control System IFS7002 / production/. The fire extinguishing control panel FS5200Е is designed and produced in compliance with standards EN 54-2:1997/ А1:2006/AC: 2009, EN 54-4:1997/A2: 2006/AC: 2009, EN : Some of its main features and possibilities are: adjustment of operating modes and parameters of each fire alarm line, output and input via built in keypad; user oriented menu dialogue for easy and convenient operation; LCD for visualization of system checkup and set up modes; LEDs indication for early warning of a break down or extreme conditions; energy independent archive memory saving the event type, date and time, allowing for detailed analysis of the actions of the authorized personnel and of possible problems in the fire protection process of the area; user oriented test modes allowing for a total control of the site protected; built-in serial interface RS485 and CAN for connection to other fire control panels; compatible to random installation design, within the range of the available fire extinguishing control panels resources. All these are realizable via fire extinguishing control panel s keypad and after a detailed examination of the instructions set herewith. 1. Terminology OUTPUT monitored or relay output, programmed by the user to be activated during the different stages of the extinguishing. EVACUATION TIME the time from occurring the situation for extinguishing to the moment of switching on the extinguishing automatics. This time should be enough for the evacuation of the staff from the premises. The evacuation time is user defined for the specific site. The evacuation time is shown on the LCD display and it counts down the remaining time until the release of the extinguishing automatics. DISABLED LINE the fire detecting line is switched off (not power supplied) and it is not monitored for turned out fire detector and a fault condition. This feature is user defined. The indication for a disabled line is common light indication and text messages on the LCD display. DISABLED OUTPUT the output is switched off (the executive device can not be activated) and is not monitored for a fault condition in the monitored outputs. This feature is user defined. The indication for a disabled monitored output is common light indication and text messages on the LCD display. DISABLE EXTINGUISHING condition of the fire extinguishing control panel when regardless the input actions the executive extinguishing device cannot be activated. Disable extinguishing is Instruction Manual Page 4

5 defined by on status of the monitored input On/Off Exting (See section 4.2.) or by the secret switch on the front panel. The indication for disable extinguishing is an individual light indication. HOLD EXTINGUISHING condition of the fire extinguishing control panel when the release signal to the executive extinguishing device is delayed. Hold extinguishing is defined by on status of the monitored input Hold. Hold extinguishing could be controlled by a manual button if extra evacuation time is needed and monitoring if the doors of the protected premise are tightly closed. After the hold signal is cancelled the timer for the evacuation time is started automatically. After the evacuation time expires the extinguishing executive device is switched on. The indication for hold extinguishing is an individual light indication. GROUNDS non-system non-fatal fault condition, due to leakage to a grounded wire. MONITORED INPUT input that monitors the serviceability of the connection wires between the fire extinguishing control panel and the executive devices. Follow the special diagram for connection. (See section 5.2.). MONITORED OUTPUT a potential output that monitors the serviceability of the connection wires between the fire extinguishing control panel and the executive device. Follow the special diagram for connection. (See section 5.2.). SHORT CIRCUIT IN A LINE, MONITORED OUTPUT OR MONITORED INPUT non-system, non-fatal fault condition, entered due to registered current value, exceeding a threshold value. LINE IN TEST a line, set in Test condition by the user. The line is switched on (supplied) and reset (the power supply is switched off for 3 s) periodically every 60 s. The events registered in a line in Test condition are not saved in the archive and do not trigger the outputs or the light and sound signaling. The indication for a line in Test condition is a text message in the display field for the respective line. LOCAL SOUNDER a sounder built-in the fire extinguishing control panel. NON-FATAL FAULT CONDITION fault condition that allows the fire extinguishing control panel to continue operation. The non-fatal fault condition is not usually a system fault condition. The indication is common light indication, local sound indication and text messages on the LCD display. ACCESS LEVEL access level to various indications and control functions (See section 5.1). LOW BATTERY non-system fatal fault condition due to full discharge of the backup batteries upon interrupted power supply. SUPPRESSED OUTPUT a monitored or relay output, which should be activated (for the respective Extinguishing stage) but it is switched off manually by the user. FIRE DETECTING LINE (further in the text only LINE) a combination of fire detectors, physically connected by two-wire connection. Maximum 32 fire detectors could be connected in each line. FIRE CONDITION STAGE I phase of Fire condition; upon activation of automatic fire detector only in one line the fire extinguishing control panel enters Fire condition. It continues until the line is manually reset by Reset Alarm. The indication for Fire condition stage 1 is common light indication. Local sound signaling and text messages on the LCD display. FIRE CONDITION STAGE II phase of Fire condition when active extinguishing procedure is started. The fire extinguishing control panel enters this stage in the event of: а) Fire condition along both fire detecting lines; Instruction Manual Page 5

6 b) Manual button release for forced extinguishing. The indication for Fire condition stage 1 is common light indication. Local sound signaling and text messages on the LCD display. INTERRUPTED LINE, MONITORED OUTPUT OR MONITORED INPUT non-system non-fatal fault condition entered when parameters lower than the threshold value are registered. RELAY OUTPUT a relay, potential-free switching outputs provided for controlling external executive devices. MANUAL RELEASE condition entered by the fire extinguishing control panel in the event of Fire condition stage II, regardless the status of the Fire detecting lines. The manual release is defined by on status of the monitored input Manual Release. MANUAL MODE condition when the fire extinguishing control panel could release the extinguishing devices only by manual release command. The manual mode is defined by on status of the monitored input Mode Select. The mode indication is an individual light indication. SYSTEM FAULT CONDITION fault condition due to a fault in the fire extinguishing control panel (system s) component panel. The system fault condition could be fatal or non-fatal. The indication is common light indication, local sound indication and text messages on the LCD display. REMOVED FIRE DETECTOR /FD/ non-system non-fatal fault condition entered when a removed fire detector in a line is registered. In order this function to be utilized follow the special diagram for connection (See section 5.2.). LINE STATUS, MONITORED OUTPUT OR MONITORED INPUT the current status of a line, monitored output or input: duty mode; fire condition (only for the fire detecting lines); fault condition (specifying the type of the fault condition). FATAL FAULT CONDITION fault condition that prevents the fire extinguishing control panel, or the part of it related to the communication with the user, from continuing its operation. The fatal fault condition is usually a system one, except Law Battery fault condition. The indication is common light indication, local sound indication and text messages on the LCD display. 2. Technical data Fire detecting lines For extinguishing control - 2 Without extinguishing control - 1 Maximum number of fire detectors in a line - 32 Type of the connecting line - two-wire Maximum resistance of a loop Output resistance of the line Current thresholds in a line per default parameters for: 0 3mA* - interruption 3 12mA* - duty mode 12 60mA* - fire condition >80mA - short circuit * It is possible the current in the lines for interruption, duty mode and fire condition to be adjusted ( ) Monitored outputs for control the fire extinguishing control panel performance: Instruction Manual Page 6

7 Type 2.3. Monitored outputs for the sound-light indication Type Electrical characteristics 2.4. Monitored output for the extinguishing devices Type Electrical characteristics 2.5. Relay outputs for common purpose Type Electrical characteristics 2.6. Relay output for fault condition Type Electrical characteristics 2.7. Relay output for fire alarm Type Electrical characteristics - balanced - potential relay - (24±3)V/0.5 A - potential relay - (24±3)V/1.5A - potential free, switching - 3A/125VAC; 3A/30VDC - potential free, switching - 3A/125VAC; 3A/30VDC - potential free, switching - 3A/125VAC; 3A/30VDC 2.8. Performance characteristics Control over the lines, the monitored inputs and outputs for fault condition (short circuit and interruption) and automatic reset Control over the lines for removed fire detector and automatic reset Ability to set the evacuation time Ability to set the time when the extinguishing executive device is switched on Built-in sounder for fire alarm first stage one tonal, discontinuous, can be switched off Built-in sounder for fire alarm second stage one tonal, continuous, can be switched off Built-in sounder for fault condition one tonal, discontinuous, can be switched off Built-in real time clock Set of test modes and options for adjustment: Setting the clock; Check ups on light and sound indications; Test of the fire detecting lines; Adjustment of outputs and integrated external devices; Current measurement in the fire detecting lines; Programming of parameters and modes of operation; Remote programming of the parameters from distant operator control point; Energy independent archive of registered events by the fire extinguishing control panel with the events type, date and hour up to 100 events; Interfaces for communication with external devices - RS-485 and CAN Indications of registered events Light indication - LED Text message - LED display - 4 lines 20 characters per line, Cyrillic, backlit Sound signaling - built-in sounder Power supply Mains voltage - 220/230V frequency - 50/60Hz Back up batteries battery type number of batteries connection - led, gel electrolyte - 2 pcs - serial connection Instruction Manual Page 7

8 nominal voltage of the back up battery - 2x12V nominal capacity C 20 - (7-12)Ah extreme discharge voltage - 21V charge voltage - 28,2V Consumption on back up batteries supply At 24V - < 120mA Power supply to external devices Voltage - (24±3)V Maximum current value (including current of monitored outputs ) - 2,5А Dimensions Overall dimensions Weight weight (batteries not included), maximum - 450х355х115mm - 6,6kg 3. Contents of delivery 3.1. Fire extinguishing control panel Fire detecting control panel FS5200Е Resistors 3,0k / 0,25W Resistors 1,5k / 0,25W Diode 1N4004 Jumper for the back up batteries Fuse 4A CD (Instruction manual,operator s manual) Packing - 1 pc pcs. - 5 pcs. - 1 pc. - 1 pc. - 2 pcs. - 1 pc. - 1 pc. 4. Installation and arrangements When fire detectors and periphery devices are integrated in the fire extinguishing control panel, avoid arranging wires in closed loops; it will reduce the control panel s resistance to electro magnetic interferences To mount the control panel unpack the control panel; put the dowels on the determined places for fixing the control panel; fasten the control panel to the dowels through the three holes provided on the chassis Description of inputs and outputs. Periphery devices assembly to the control panel. All connections are to be made by means of terminals, mounted on the printed circuit board. Be advised, that the total consumption of the voltage powering the external devices (terminal + 28V ) plus the consumption of the monitored outputs shall not exceed 2.5A in heavy duty mode. L1, L2 Inputs for switching automatic Fire detectors. In Fire condition an extinguishing procedure starts along both lines according to set up algorithm. L3 Fire detecting line input. Manual Release Input with line status monitoring. The input sends a signal to the control panel from a manual button to start the extinguishing procedure. Mode Select - Input with line status monitoring. The input sends a signal to the control panel from a switch for the operating mode. The modes are Manual-Automatic and Manual. Hold - Input with line status monitoring. The input sends a signal to the control panel Instruction Manual Page 8

9 from a manual button or controlled contact for holding (delaying) the extinguishing procedure. On/Off Exting - Input with line status monitoring. The input sends a signal to the control panel from a switch for disabling the extinguishing procedure. Low Press - Input with line status monitoring. The input sends a signal to the control panel from pressostat contact, balance or other device to show the extinguishing agents draining. GND Terminal for sending GND potential to the periphery devices. Еxting Active level output with line status monitoring. The output switches the extinguishing automation valves on. S2 Sounder Active level output with line status monitoring. The output switches the sound-light indication on in Fire condition stage II. S1 Sounder Active level output with line status monitoring. The output switches the sound-light indication on in Fire condition stage I. Rele Fire Output, relay, potential free, the line status is not monitored. The output controls the devices in Fire condition of the control panel, registered by the fire detecting lines. Rel Fault Output, relay, potential free, the line status is not monitored. The output controls the devices in Fault condition of the control panel. +28V Three terminals for supplying 28V voltage to the periphery devices as well as the positive potential of the open collectors OK1, OK2 and OK3. OK1 Output open collector /in active status it supplies GND potential, in non-active status it has potential +28V via resistor 47k/0.125W/. The output controls relays, LEDs and other devices, with total consumption not exceeding 100mA. The output is active when the control panel has registered extinguishing reagent leakage. OK2 Output open collector /in active status it supplies GND potential, in non-active status it has potential +28V via resistor 47k/0.125W/. The output controls relays, LEDs and other devices, with total consumption not exceeding 100mA. The output is active when the control panel is in Disable Extinguishing Mode. OK3 Output open collector /in active status it supplies GND potential, in non-active status it has potential +28V via resistor 1k/0.125W/. The output controls relays, LEDs and other devices, with total consumption not exceeding 100mA. The output is active when the control panel is in manual Mode. Rel 2ST Output, relay, potential free, the line status is not monitored. The output controls the devices in Fire condition stage II of the control panel. Rel 1ST Output, relay, potential free, the line status is not monitored. The output controls the devices in Fire condition stage I of the control panel. CAN Terminals to connect the two-wire line of CAN interface. The connection with the Interactive system IFS7002 /production of LTD/ is executed via this interface. A jumper is provided that shunts the line by 120 ohms. It is needed if the fire extinguishing control panel is the final point in the interface line. The interface requires resistors 120 ohms to be mounted in both ends of the line. RS 485 Terminals to connect the two-wire line of RS 485 interface. The connection with a repeater, PC and other devices realized by exchange protocol - UniProtocol /FS5200E interface/ is executed via this interface. As the case with CAN interface, a jumper is provided here too with the same functions. Terminal to connect a third wire /screen/ of the interfaces cable. Instruction Manual Page 9

10 A RS485 B H CAN L RS485 term CAN term GND NC NO NC NO NO NC C REL Fault Rele Fire NC NO 3k 3k + S1 - Sounder + S2 - Sounder + - Exting 1,5 k 3k Low Press. FS5200E 1,5k 3k On/Off Exting 1,5k 3k Hold 1,5k 3k Mode Select 1,5k 3k 1,5k Manual Release 3k FD FD FD 3k FD FD FD 3k FD FD FD Interface CAN (join to system IFS7002) Jump (RS485) Interface RS 485 (repeater, PC and other devices) Relay output in condition Fire Alarm Phase 1 Jump (CAN) Jump Rel 1ST Rel 1ST Rel 2ST OK1 +28V OK2 +28V OK3 +28V Relay output in condition Fire Alarm Phase 2 Output Open Collector Active in case of extinguisher leakage (+28V) Output Open Collector Active in case of extinguishind disable (+28V) Output Open Collector Active in manual mode (+28V) Jump Rel 2ST Relay output in Fault Alarm condition Relay output in Fire condition Jump relay Fire Sounder Fire Alarm Phase 1 (28V/0,5A) Sounder Fire Alarm Phase 2 (28V/0,5A) 1N4004 Device Extinguishing (28V/1,5A) Switch for monitoring extinguisher leakage Switch for extinguishing disable Button for extinguishing delay Switch mode manual/manual-automatic Buttons manual extinguishing activation + L1 - + L2 - + L3 - Fire Alarm Line 1 Fire Alarm Line 2 Fire Alarm Line 3 Drawing1 Instruction Manual Page 10

11 Description and mounting of devices to L1, L2 and L3 inputs Connect a two-wire line at L1, L2 and L3 inputs for connection with the Fire detectors. The line total resistance shall not exceed 100. The recommended wire section depending on the lines length is: To 500 m -cable 2 х 0.5 mm 2 To 1000 m -cable 2 х 1.0 mm 2 To 1500 m -cable 2 х.1.5 mm 2 It is recommended to make a check with a multicet before connecting the fire detecting line to the fire extinguishing control panel. If the line is installed correctly (with mounted final resistor 3kΩ / 0.25W) between the plus and minus of the cable entering the fire extinguishing control panel the measured resistance should be 3kΩ (+/-10%). Also when measuring both wires to ground the multicet should show no connection or leakage. Make the connection to the terminals + Lx - (where x is the line number). Observe the shown polarity (Drawing 2). First detector Last detector - Lx + FS5200E 1N5819* +OUT +IN FD80xx -IN/OUT RI/KL- 1N5819* 5 4 FD30xx 2 1 3k/0.25W Drawing 2 * Diode 1N5819 or similar Use automatic fire detectors FD3000 or FD8000 series or other compatible automatic fire detectors. Mount resistor 3 kω / 0.25W on the last fire detector in the line. Mount diodes, for example 1N5819 or similar in the shown direction if you are to use the fire extinguishing control panel function to register Fault condition removed fire detector. Maximum 32 fire detectors could be mounted to one line regardless of their type. When mounting the fire detectors take into consideration the specific technical characteristics of the fire detector with the fire extinguishing control panel parameters for the current threshold in the different conditions. Change the current threshold from Set up menu. Current thresholds in a line with default parameters for the conditions: 0 3mA* - interruption 3 12mA* - duty mode 12 80mA* - fire condition >80mA - short circuit Mount fire detectors on Lines 1 and 2 in the premise where the extinguishing will be performed. The first and the second line are in a logical dependence I ; the fire extinguishing control panel enters Fire condition stage II if only both lines are activated and the extinguishing algorithm is possible to be executed. Line 3 is only Fire detecting and it serves for fire protection of the adjoining premises to the extinguished zone. When this line is activated it switches on the outputs for Fire condition stage I as well as the common output for Fire condition. This line is not included in the extinguishing algorithm logic. Line 3 can be assumed as a standard line of a Fire control panel. Instruction Manual Page 11

12 Description and mounting of devices to Manual Release input Connect a two-wire line to the Manual Release input for connection with the manual release buttons for extinguishing activation. It is possible to mount maximum three buttons. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install resistors to the button terminals as shown in the connecting diagrams to monitor the condition. Install resistor 3k to the last button if 2 or 3 buttons are mounted (Drawing 3). Connecting diagram with 1 button FS5200E Button for manual activation of the extinguishing Release Manual 3k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W Connecting diagram with 2 buttons FS5200E Button 1 Button 2 Release Manual 1.5k/ 0.25W 3k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W Connecting diagram with 3 buttons FS5200E Button 1 Button2 Button 3 Release Manual 1.5k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W 3k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W Drawing 3 When the contact is closed the fire extinguishing control panel accepts the button to be active Description and mounting of devices to Mode Select input Connect a two-wire line to the Mode Select input for connection with a switch to select the fire extinguishing control panel mode Manual-Automatic or Manual. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install the two resistors to the switch terminals as shown in the connecting diagram to monitor the condition. When the contact is closed the fire extinguishing control panel accepts Manual Mode; when it is opened Manual-Automatic Mode. Output Open collector type is activated in Manual Mode. That output could be used as switch indication, if this option is provided. Instruction Manual Page 12

13 FS5200E Switch modes Manual/Manual-automatic Select Mode 1.5k/ 0.25W Description and mounting of devices to Hold input Connect a two-wire line to the Hold input for connection with a switch to activate hold extinguishing function. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install the two resistors to the switch terminals as shown in the connecting diagram to monitor the condition (Drawing 4). FS5200E Switch Extinguishing delay Hold 3k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W Drawing 4 Set up the input active status: OPEN or CLOSED contact from menu System functions > Set up > Input/Outputs > Hold input. Attention! The active status of the default parameters is OPEN contact of the switch in order the fire extinguishing control panel to accept Hold Extinguishing function Description and mounting of devices to On/Off Exting input Connect a two-wire line to the On/Off Exting input for connection with a switch to disable extinguishing. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install the two resistors to the switch terminals as shown in the connecting diagram to monitor the condition (Drawing 5). FS5200E Switch Extinguishing disable On/Off Exting 3k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W Drawing 5 When the contact is closed the fire extinguishing control panel accepts Disable Extinguishing. Output Open collector type is activated in Disable Extinguishing. That output could be used as switch indication, if this option is provided. Instruction Manual Page 13

14 Description and mounting of devices to Low Press input Connect a two-wire line to the Low Press. input for connection with a pressostat contact, balance or other devices registering a Fault condition in the extinguishing installation. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install the two resistors to the switch terminals as shown in the connecting diagram to monitor the condition (Drawing 6). FS5200E Pressure Press. Low 3k/ 0.25W 1.5k/ 0.25W Drawing 6 Set up the input active status: OPEN or CLOSED contact from menu System functions > Set up > Input/Outputs > Low Press input. Attention! The active status of the default parameters is OPEN contact of the switch in order the fire extinguishing control panel to accept the function Leaked extinguishing agent or Fault condition Description and mounting of devices to Exting output Connect a two-wire line to the Exting output for connection with a magnetic valve or other device to activate the extinguishing automation. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install a diode 1N4004 or similar to the executive device terminals in the direction as shown in the connecting diagram as the valve winding resistance shall be in the range: 30Ω 3kΩ. (Drawing 7). Install a parallel resistor 3kΩ / 0.25W and a serial diode 1N5401 on the line if the winding resistance is less than 30Ω (Drawing 8). Connecting diagram if the winding valve active resistance is from 30 Ω to 3к Ω FS5200E Electromagnetic valve Exting + - 1N4004 V Rv - 30 Ohms up to 3 k Drawing 7 Connecting diagram if the winding valve active resistance is less than 30 Ω Instruction Manual Page 14

15 FS5200E Electromagnetic valve Exting + - 3k/ 0.25W 1N4004 1N5401 V Rv - < 30 Ohms Drawing 8 Upon the output activation the supplied voltage (24±3)V is with load-carrying capacity of 1.5А. The time for output activation could be set from 2 to 255 seconds from menu System functions > Set up > Extinguishing time and it depends on the type of the used executive device. The default setting is 10 seconds Description and mounting of devices to Sounder S1 and Sounder S2 outputs Connect a two-wire line to the Sounder output for connection with sound and light signaling devices. The line is balanced and it is monitored for interruption and short circuit. Install a resistor 3kΩ/0.25W to the signaling device terminals to monitor the condition (Drawing 9). FS5200E Sounder - Sx + 3k/ 0.25W Drawing 9 Upon the outputs activation the supplied voltage (24±3)V is with load-carrying capacity of 0.5А. The outputs are activated for Fire condition stage I and Fire condition stage II, respectively. The fire extinguishing control panel provides the option for Sounder S1 output disable from menu System functions > Disables > Disable S1 output Description and mounting of devices to outputs OK1, OK2 and OK3 open collector type OKx outputs send a signal to relays, LEDs and other devices to follow and monitor the fire extinguishing control panel condition. The outputs are not monitored for the line status. 28V +28V 47k OKx GND Drawing 10 Upon activation of the outputs GND potential is supplied with load-carrying capacity of 0.1А. The internal diagram of output Open collector type is presented on the drawing (Drawing 10) Description and mounting of devices to Rel Fire output Rel Fire is a potential free, relay output. The logic of the contact - Normally Open or Normally Closed could be adjusted by means of a jumper. The output is not monitored. The output is activated in Fire condition along one or both fire detecting lines. Instruction Manual Page 15

16 Description and mounting of devices to Rel 1 ST and Rel 2 ND outputs Rel 1 ST and Rel 2 ND are potential free, relay outputs. The logic of the contact - Normally Open or Normally Closed could be adjusted by means of a jumper. The outputs are not monitored. The outputs are activated in Fire condition stage I and Fire condition stage II, respectively. The fire extinguishing control panel provides the option to disable the activation of Rel 1 ST and Rel 2 ND outputs from menu System functions > Disables > Disable Rel 1ST / Disable Rel 2ND Description and mounting of devices to Rel Fault output Rel Fault is a potential free, relay output, as both relay contacts are possible Normally Open or Normally Closed. The output is not monitored Description and mounting of devices to RS485 interface terminals RS485 interface is designed to transmit information and to receive commands from FS5200R repeater. The following connection configurations are possible: One fire extinguishing control panel and one repeater One fire extinguishing control panel and up to 6 repeaters Up to 15 fire extinguishing control panels and 1 repeater Up to 6 repeaters and up to 10 fire extinguishing control panels (If less than 6 repeaters are installed they could be substituted by fire extinguishing control panels, i.e. configuration of 3 repeaters and 13 fire extinguishing control panels, etc.) FS5200R repeater receives information from all fire extinguishing control panels as it indicates the occurred events by sound signaling, light indication and text messages. It is also possible a remote fire extinguishing control panel to be reset. RS485 interface could be used also for communication with other intelligent devices and PCs. The connection between the devices along RS485 is parallel connection. Observe the requirement potential A and B not to be crossed. The maximum distance between the end devices is 1000 meters. Jumper to shunt the line by 120 ohms has to be installed on the first and the last device regardless the line length. On all other devices the jumper has to be removed (Drawing 11). End device FS5200x 120 FS5200x 120 End device FS5200x 120 А В RS485 J А В RS485 А В RS485 J RS485 А В RS485 А В FS5200x 120 FS5200x 120 Drawing Power supply connection Connect a feeding cable to the terminal with mains fuse, observing the following positions (Appendix 3): P power wire Phase ; Instruction Manual Page 16

17 N power wire Null ; Ground - safety ground wire. The cable shall be double insulated and of 0,5mm 2 section for the power supply wires, and of 1,5mm 2 section for the safety ground wire. The other end of the feeding cable is connected to the mains power supply by means of junction box. The mains power supply of the fire control panel shall be in a separate loop. 5. General information 5.1. Access levels 4 levels of access to the variable indications and control functions of FS5200Е are available Access level 1 All persons who would presumably find out and react to alarm upon fire condition or fault condition have access to level 1. The following actions are accessible: Displaying suppressed messages for Fire condition stage I, Fire Condition stage II, Fault condition, Disabled components; Forced proceeding from phase Fire condition stage I to phase Fire condition stage II ; Suppressing the local sounder; Displaying the status of the lines and the monitored outputs (see section 12.5); All light indicators are visible Access level 2 The personnel in charge of the fire protection have access to level 2; they shall be trained and authorized to operate the fire control panel in the following conditions: Duty Mode; Fire condition stage I; Fire condition stage II; Fault condition; Disabled component; Information and adjustment. To enter Access level 2, turn the key on the front panel of the fire extinguishing control panel into position. The following features of the fire extinguishing control panel are accessible: All features accessible at Level 1; Switching off the outputs, activated upon fire condition; Exit of Fire condition; System functions of the fire extinguishing control panel except entering Set up Mode (see section Error! Reference source not found.) Access level 3 Accessible for personnel trained and authorized for: Reconfiguration of specific data of the protected site or of the fire extinguishing control panel saved in the memory; Maintenance of the fire control panel. This level has two sublevels of access - 3A and 3B. Level 3, sublevel 3A, is accessed through a password entered at Access level 2. At this sublevel the functions for reconfiguration of specific data for the protected site or the fire extinguishing control panel are accessible. Level 3, sublevel 3B is accessed when the fire extinguishing control panel is opened. The following features are accessible: Replacing a burnt fuse; Adding, removing or replacing a module; Connecting fire detecting lines and executive devices. Instruction Manual Page 17

18 Access Level 4 Accessible for personnel trained and authorized by the Producer to repair the fire extinguishing control panel and to modify the software. Special means are required to enter this level Indications and buttons for control Table 1 gives detail description of the indications for each status, Table 2 presents the basic function of the control buttons. Appendix 1 shows the front panel of FS5200 with the indications and buttons for control. Table 1 Conditions of the fire extinguishing control panel All conditions - The fire extinguishing control panel is power supplied Fire condition Fire condition Stage I and Stage II Fire condition Fire condition Stage I Fire condition Fire condition Stage II Manual Mode a signal for manual mode of extinguishing control is given Manual Mode a signal for manual mode of extinguishing control is given Disabled extinguishing a signal disabling the extinguishing is given Extinguishing held a signal holding the extinguishing is given Fire Condition and Fault Condition the sound indication is suppressed Fire condition Stage I - The fire condition stage I outputs are suppressed Fault condition - All faults except for Battery Low Fault condition System Error and new Configuration Fault condition Fault in mains supply or backup battery Fault condition fault condition in monitored line Fault condition fault condition Low pressure in the extinguishing installation Disabled component - Disabled line or monitored output Fire condition Stage I Fire condition Stage II Indication Indicator Power Supply continuous green light Individual indicators for Fire condition in the fire detecting lines Common indicator Fire condition Stage I continuous red light Common indicator Fire condition Stage II flashing red light during the evacuation time and continuous red light after the automated extinguishing is switched on Indicator Manual Mode - continuous yellow light Indicator Manual-Automatic Mode - continuous yellow light Indicator Disabled Extinguishing - continuous yellow light Indicator Extinguishing Held - - continuous yellow light Indicator Stop Alarm - continuous red light Indicator Suppressed Outputs - continuous red light Common indicator Fault Condition - continuous yellow light Indicator System Error - continuous yellow light Indicator mains Supply Fault - continuous yellow light Indicator Monitored Line Fault - continuous yellow light Indicator Low Pressure Fault - continuous yellow light Indicator Disabled Component continuous yellow light Local sounder discontinuous signal: 4 sound impulses for 1 s, followed by 1 s break Local sounder continuous signal Instruction Manual Page 18

19 Conditions of the fire extinguishing control panel Fault condition - All faults except for Battery Low Fault condition - Low battery Indication Local sounder discontinuous signal: 1 s sound, followed by 1 s break Local sounder discontinuous signal: 1 s sound, followed by 3 s break Instruction Manual Page 19

20 Table 2 Means of control Condition of the fire extinguishing control panel Access level operation Access level 2 key Button Line Reset Button Outputs Button Alarm Button Menu Button Down Button Up Button Cancel Level 1 Level 2 Fire condition Level 2 Fire condition, phase Fire condition Stage I Fire condition, phase Fire condition Stage II Fire condition Stage I or Stage II and Fault condition* Duty Mode, Fire condition, Fault condition*, Test and Disabled component Information and Control Mode Set up Mode Level 2 Level 2 Level 1 Levels 1 and 2 Levels 1 and 2 Level 3А Status Status Output from Fire Condition stage I or Fire condition stage II initiated on the display - if outcomes for Fire condition Stage I are activated to suppress them; - if outcomes for Fire condition Stage I are suppressed to activate them - If the common output for fire condition is activated to suppress it; - if there is no activated common output for fire condition to activate it To suppress/activate the local sounder To enter Information and Control Mode - To enter the selected menu; - To execute the selected command; - To save the modified parameter Fire condition Levels 1 and 2 To show on the display the next message for fire condition Information and Control Mode Set up Mode Fire Condition Information and Control Mode Set up Mode Information and Control Mode Set up Mode Levels 1 and 2 Level 3А Levels 1 and 2 Levels 1 and 2 Level 3А Levels 1 and 2 Level 3А - To show on the display the next element from the menu; - To move the cursor; - To modify the selected parameter To show on the display the previous message for fire condition - To show on the display the previous element from the menu; - To modify the selected parameter - To exit a function without saving changes in the parameter; the command will not be executed; - To exit the current menu and to move to an upper hierarchy menu * Not operating in Fault condition (fatal fault condition except New Configuration) Conditions of the Fire Extinguishing Control Panel The fire extinguishing control panel FS5200Е monitors the fire detecting lines and the monitored outputs as it scans consecutively their status. Depending on the current the fire extinguishing control panel could be in Duty Mode, in Fire condition or Fault condition (short circuit or interruption). Depending on the measured parameters the inputs could be in Fault condition (short circuit or Instruction Manual Page 20

21 interruption) or active status. Simultaneously the monitored outputs are followed constantly for in Fault condition (short circuit or interruption). The fire extinguishing control panel FS5200Е operates in eight main conditions: Duty Mode, Fire condition Stage I, Fire condition Stage II, Fault Condition, Disabled component, Test Mode, Information and Control Mode and Set up Mode. At any time the fire extinguishing control panel could be in each one of these conditions or in random combination of the conditions: Fire condition Stage I, Fire condition Stage II, Fault Condition, Disabled component, Test Mode, Information and Control Mode. Duty Mode, Set up Mode and Remote Control cannot be combined with another condition: the fire extinguishing control panel enters Duty Mode when it is not in any of the other conditions; to enter Set up Mode and Remote Control the fire extinguishing control panel has to exit the other conditions. 6. Duty Mode 6.1. Description The fire extinguishing control panel is in Duty Mode, when it is not in any other of the rest eight possible conditions Indication LED and sound indication In Duty Mode only the green LED indicator is activated (Power supply) and the yellow indicator (Manual Mode activated if only the fire extinguishing control panel is in Manual Mode. The local sounder is off Text message The display is divided into panels. The last line shows the condition of both Fire detecting lines that shall be in Protection status. The display also shows the message Protection and the current astronomic time: 6.3. Using the keypad The only accessible button in Duty Mode is enters Information and Control Mode (p.12). (Menu). Press it and the fire control panel 7. Fire Condition Stage I 7.1. Description The fire extinguishing control panel enters Fire condition phase Fire condition Stage I, when - An automatic fire detector is activated only along one of the Fire detecting lines; Instruction Manual Page 21

22 - An automatic fire detector is activated along the first or the second or the third line To exit this condition press button at Access level Indication LED and sound indication In this condition: - The indicator (Power Supply) illuminates in green light; - The indicator (Fire condition Stage I) illuminates in red light; - The indicator of the respective line in Fire condition illuminates in red light; - If the outputs for phase Fire condition Stage I are suppressed by button (Outputs), the LED indicator of the button illuminates in continuous red light. - If the sound indication is suppressed by button (Alarm) the LED indicator of the button illuminates in continues red light. - The indicator (Manual Mode) or the indicator (Manual-Automatic Mode) illuminates in yellow light depending on the selected mode of operation. The local sounder produces discontinuous signal Text message In this condition the display is divided into two text fields. The top one shows the condition of the control panel, the bottom one the condition of the lines. Example: Fire condition is registered along the first line. The indicator of line 1 and the indicator for Fire condition Stage I illuminate in red light. The text message shows the Fire condition stage and the line in which the fire extinguishing control panel is in Fire condition. Potential free relays Rele 1St and Rele Fire are activated. Voltage 28V DC is supplied to the sounder output S Using the keypad Button Access level all Button (Alarm) Operation Press it to: - suppress the local sounder; - activate the local sounder if the fire extinguishing control panel is in Fire condition Stage I or Fault condition and the local sounder has been suppressed by previous pressing of the same button. Additional information The button operation is reversive i.e. press it once to change the current condition alternatively suppressed or activated local sounder. The LED indicator illuminates if the active condition of the local sounder is suppressed. The local sounder is activated again: - when the fire Instruction Manual Page 22

23 extinguishing control panel enters Fire condition Stage II; - upon Fault condition. Button (Outputs) 2, 3 and 4 Press the button to: suppress the outputs activated for phase Fire condition Stage I to activate the suppressed outputs, if any Access level 2 is required to for operation with this button. The key on the front panel should be in position. The button operation is reversive i.e. press it once to change the current condition alternatively suppressed or activated outputs. The LED indicator illuminates if the active condition is suppressed outputs. Button (Line Reset) 2, 3 and 4 Press it to force the fire extinguishing control panel to exit Fire condition Stage I and to reset the line that was in Fire condition (the power supply is switched off for 3s). Access level 2 is required to for operation with this button. The key on the front panel should be in position. Button (Menu) all Press it to enter Information and Control Mode. Button (Cancel) all Press it to exit Information and Control Mode. The main screen for the current status Fire condition Stage I is visualized. of: 8. Fire Condition Stage II 8.1. Description The fire extinguishing control panel enters Fire condition phase Fire condition Stage II, in the case а) fire condition along both fire detecting lines; б) manual button activation for forced extinguishing. In this phase the active extinguishing procedure is initiated. In phase Fire Condition Stage II the following steps are formed connected with the algorithm of the extinguishing procedure: Evacuation time; Activation of the devices to Release the extinguishing mixture 8.2. Indication LED and sound indication In Fire Condition Stage II and the fire extinguishing control panel in the evacuation step the LED indicator illuminates in red flashing light (Fire Stage II). Instruction Manual Page 23

24 In Fire Condition Stage II and expired evacuation time the fire extinguishing control panel activates the extinguishing devices and the LED indicator continuous light. (Fire Stage II) illuminates in red The indicator (Manual Mode) or the indicator (Manual-Automatic Mode) illuminates in yellow light depending on the selected mode of operation. The local sounder produces continuous signal. If the sound signaling is suppressed by button (Alarm), the LED indicator of the button illuminates in continuous red light Text messages during the evacuation step and fire along both lines. The display shows: The message EVACUATION and the remaining time for the activation of the extinguishing devices message FIRE STAGE 2 and information for the current status of the lines: Example: Fire condition along line 1 and line 2. The fire extinguishing control panel is in evacuation phase. The indicator for Fire condition Stage II illuminates in flashing red light. The individual indicators for line 1 and line 2 are illuminated too. Text message for the phase of fire alarm, the remaining time for activation of the extinguishing devices and the current status of the lines is visualized on the display. The local sounder produces continuous signal. Potential free relays Rele 2St and Rele Fire are activated. Voltage 28V DC is supplied to the sounder output S Text messages during the evacuation step and manual button activation. The display shows: The message EVACUATION and the remaining time for the activation of the extinguishing devices message FIRE STAGE 2 Message showing manual activation and information for the current status of the lines Text messages when the extinguishing device is activated. Instruction Manual Page 24

25 The display shows: The message ATTENTION GAS! and EXTINGUISHING ON indicating that the extinguishing agent is released. Information for the current status of the lines: This indication could be suppressed by the screens in Fire condition. The suppressed messages could be displayed in Information and Control Mode. Example: Fire condition along line 1 and line 2. The fire extinguishing control panel is in phase to start extinguishing procedure. The indicator for Fire condition Stage II illuminates in continuous red light. The individual indicators for line 1 and line 2 are illuminated too. The display shows warning messages and the condition of the fire detecting lines. The local sounder produces continuous signal. Potential free relays Rele 2St and Rele Fire are activated. Voltage 28V DC is supplied to the outputs S2 and Exting.. Note: The entry of the fire extinguishing control panel in Fire condition along a new line (e.g. the 3 rd one) is indicated by the standard sound and light indication and text messages Using the keypad Button Access level all Button (Alarm) Operation Press it to: - suppress the local sounder; - activate the local sounder if the fire extinguishing control panel is in Fire condition Stage II or Fault condition and the local sounder has been suppressed by previous pressing of the same button. Additional information The button operation is reversive i.e. press it once to change the current condition alternatively suppressed or activated local sounder. The LED indicator illuminates if the active condition of the local sounder is suppressed. The local sounder is activated again: - when the fire extinguishing control panel enters Fire condition long a new line; - upon Fault condition. Button (Outputs) 2, 3 and 4 Press the button to suppress/activate the fire relay Rele Fire Access level 2 is required to for operation with this button. The key on the front panel should be in position. The button operation is reversive i.e. press it once to change the current condition alternatively suppressed or activated outputs. The LED indicator illuminates if the active condition is suppressed outputs. Instruction Manual Page 25

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