NZ 400 AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM SYSTEM OPERATORS MANUAL

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1 NZ 400 AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM SYSTEM OPERATORS MANUAL Document No...G108WO1.DOC Serial No... Issue Date...17 th SEPTEMBER 1999 Software Version APPROVED TO: NZS 4512:1997 AS/NZS 3548:1992 Fire Alarm Systems in Buildings. Electromagnetic Interference. AMPAC TECHNOLOGIES LTD UNIT D, 33 PORANA ROAD GLENFIELD AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND PH : FAX : Website: NOTE: INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. UNCONTROLLED DOCUMENT

2 CONTENTS PAGE NO. 1.0 INTRODUCTION Unpacking and Inspection Anti Static Precautions SPECIFICATIONS SYSTEM DESCRIPTION General Description Main System Board API Bell Circuits Bell Isolate (Internal) Walk Test Self Test Door Interlock Defect Indicators DBA Input Power Supply Mains On Indicator Fusing Zone circuits Batteries CONNECTING DEVICES Detectors Detector Limitations Bells and Sounders CONNECTING BRIGADE INTERFACES OPTIONS Available Options Zone Options Group Options Common System Options Defect Transmission Options Displaying the Current Options Changing the Options Entering Programming Mode Changing Zone, Group and Common System Options Changing the battery voltage Saving the options Exiting without saving Relay Outputs ASPI Relay Board EVENT LOG INSTALLATION AND INITIAL OPERATION Installing the NZ SYSTEM OPERATION Resetting the system Isolating the Bells/Sounders Using the Walk Test facility Self Test Facility Evacuation TROUBLESHOOTING Appendix A. DETECTOR CIRCUIT LIMITATIONS Appendix B. COMPATIBLE OUTPUT DEVICES Page 2

3 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Unpacking and Inspection Carefully check packing before unpacking goods for any transit damage. Unpack the goods and check both externally and internally for any loose or damaged components that may affect the appearance, installation or operation of the goods. The index is supplied loose. 1.1 Anti Static Precautions To prevent damage to system components please ensure before touching or handling any of the wiring or printed circuit boards within the system that you are correctly earthed. 2.0 SPECIFICATIONS Size - 350mm (W) x 320mm (H) x 80mm (D) Mains Supply - 230V AC ± 0.5A Power Supply Battery Charger Output Voltage 13.5V Output Current 0.5A Quiescent Current 0.061A Bell Circuits Detector Circuits Maximum Cable Loop Impedance 2 of 1 x 2A 1 x 50 Ω Page 3

4 3.0 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 3.1 General Description The NZ400 is available in two standard formats front service and rear service. Both of these systems are essentially the same and differ only in the placement of system components 3.2 Main System Board API 684 All circuitry of the NZ400 with the exception of the front display LED s is housed in a single PCB (API 684). TB1 12V OUT BATTERY 0.8A F1 0.8A F2 U3 BATTERY - U1 U2 D4 D6 C5 R7 12V OUT - C7 Q1 C3 C4 R18 M1 0.8A F3 SECONDARY R26 R27 R20 R24 R21 R25 R28 MAINS ON C8 COM AC2 D7 R32 R30 R31 AC1 TB3 TB2 C13 C14 D11 D12 C11 C12 R35 BELL1- BELL2 - DBA Z1 - Z2 - Z3 - Z4 - M2 D13 D15 BELL 1 BELL 2 R36 TB4 R42 DBA TB5 M3 R43 F4 2A F5 2A RL1 /// NC C NO C21 C25 ZD2 R45 ZD3 ZD4 R47 C26 R51 R46 D17 R40 D16 R49 U12 C28 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 M11 R48 R50 R52 R55 R57 ZD5 C30 R54 R59 R63 C29 R53 ZD6 R56 C31 ZD7 R60 FIRE DBA R61 R62 R64 R66 C32 ZD8 RN10 RN11 R65 C33 R58 Q3 CN5 ZD9 R1 C1 R15 R19 C6 R9 R8 D8 L1 C16 BZ1 C22 ZD1 C18 12V 3W U13 FIRE DEFECT NORMAL ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 Front Panel RN12 R5 R6 R2 R4 C2 D5 R10 U4 R12 R11 R13 R14 R22 R23 R29 D9 D10 R33 Q2 C15 RN4 U6 RN5 D14 API 684 8/4/98 R37 U8 U10 U11 R41 R44 RN7 RN8 D18 C27 PRG ZONE4 DEFECTS BATTERY BELL SYSTEM ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 OPTIONS FIRE CALL OPT 1 BELL OPT 2 SMOKE OPT 3 HEAT OPT 4 FLOW SW OPT 5 AVF OPT 6 GROUP OPT 7 C19 D1 X1 RN1 NEXT OPTION SELECT R3 D2 D3 U5 C9 C10 R34 C17 U9 C23 C24 BUZZER BELL SELF WALK U7 RN9 R16 CN1 R17 RN3 CN2 CN3 RN6 R38 R39 CN4 MUTE ISOLATE TEST ASPI SWITCHES COMMS SGD TYPE II TP4 RESET Page 4

5 3.2.1 Bell Circuits The NZ400 provides a monitored bell circuit split to drive two x 2Amp circuits. When monitoring is enabled these circuits each require a 10K EOL resistor to give a system normal indication. If either circuit is open or shorted, a defect signal is generated and the BELL defect LED is illuminated. See section 4 for connection details Bell Isolate (Internal) This facility allows the fire alarm system to be tested without disturbing the building occupants. The bells are isolated and returned to normal state by alternate pushes of the Bell Isolate switch. The yellow LED above the internal bell isolate switch indicates when the bell is isolated. This switch is monitored. See section Walk Test This function is initiated by a single press of the TEST button. The LED indicator WALK above the TEST button indicates when the system is in walk test. While the system is in the walk test mode the detectors can be operated in the field and the system will sound the bells for 3 seconds and then reset. To restore the system to normal operation, press the switch again and the walk test indicator will turn off. This switch is monitored, See section Note that pressing the TEST switch again quickly (within two seconds of the first press) will activate the self-test function. If this occurs press the switch again to return to normal Self Test The self-test is activated with a double press of the TEST button. The LED indicator SELF above the TEST button indicates that the system is in self-test. The self-test function will sequentially test each zone by placing it into alarm and defect. On completion of the self-test the system will automatically return to its normal mode of operation. This test may be terminated at any time by pressing the TEST button again. This function will inhibit brigade calls and sounding the bells during the test Door Interlock The door interlock prevents system controls from being inadvertently left in an off normal position with the outer door closed. If any of the monitored switches either on the NZ400 or connected Signal Generating Device are not in their normal state when the door is closed, the buzzer will sound to alert the operator. The following switches are monitored: NZ400 - Walk Test and Internal Bell Isolate, SGD Test and Isolate. If the Walk Test or Internal Bell Isolate is active when the door is closed, they automatically return to their normal state after ten (10) minutes Defect Indicators Indicators are provided for the following defects. (a) Battery Fault. This indicates if the battery voltage is below 12.1 volts, or the battery is disconnected or the battery has failed the discharge test. (b) Bell Fault. This indicates an open or short circuit on bell line/s. (c) System Fault. This indicates one of the five following fault conditions. When a fault has occurred, the numeric display will indicate the condition. If more than one system fault condition exists only the fault with the lowest number will be displayed Processor failed internal check sum check. EEPROM damaged or corrupt. DBA circuit fault Power converter for detectors failed. Earth fault Mains power has failed. Page 5

6 3.2.7 DBA Input An input connection is provided for connecting to an external device that has a Direct Brigade Alarm (DBA) output, e.g. sprinkler systems. A short circuit on this line will cause the DBA LED to light and the system bells to be energized. This input is monitored for normal condition with a 10K resistor. An open circuit will cause a DEFECT status Power Supply The system has an on board linear power supply providing 13.5V DC at 0.5A for system power and charging the battery. The system incorporates two test functions, controlled by the CPU. The first test is performed every sixteen seconds and checks to see whether the battery is connected. The second test decreases the power supply output voltage for forty-five minutes, every forty-eight hours to check the condition of the system battery. If the battery voltage falls below 12.1V during either test, a defect signal is generated and the battery fault LED is illuminated. The defect will only be reset on a successful battery condition test or by operation of the RESET Mains On Indicator This LED is illuminated when the mains supply is connected and operational Fusing The NZ400 main board has five (5) fuses: F1 External 0.8A F2 Battery fuse 0.8A F3 AC input fuse 0.8A F4 Bell 1 Fuse 2 A F5 Bell 2 Fuse 2 A Zone circuits All four detector circuits can accept smoke detectors, heat detectors, manual call points or nonlatching inputs e.g. flow switches. Detectors or manual call point types used are subject to the compatibility limitations as described in section 4. Open circuit operating devices will cause the system to go into alarm within one second. Devices such as smoke detectors, which signal by increasing line current, can, when signalling, go through an Alarm Verification Facility (AVF). As such, when a detector goes into alarm, it is reset and not monitored for seven to eight seconds, if an alarm is still present after this time, the system will latch into alarm. The AVF function may be disabled if desired. See section 6 for details on setting options. When the zone is configured for a flow switch (non-latching) the system will respond to an increase in detector zone current. To signal an alarm condition a resistor in the range of 220Ω to 560Ω should be wired in series with the contacts. 3.3 Batteries The NZ400 system is designed to accept one x 12V, 7 AH sealed lead acid battery. Page 6

7 4.0 CONNECTING DEVICES 4.1 Detectors The alarm circuits can use devices such as heat detectors or manual call points which are normally closed, open circuiting for the alarm condition or devices that increase the current in the detector line such as smoke detectors or a combination of both. See also section for description of operation. L1 OUT L2 L1 IN Z1 - EOL RESISTOR 6.8K HEAT DETECTOR OPENING ON ALARM MANUAL CALL POINT 560 Ohm Resistor BEAM DETECTOR OR NON LATCHING INPUT CONTACTS SMOKE DETECTOR (eg APOLLO SERIES 60 DETECTOR) THIS DRAWING IS INDICATIVE OF WIRING ONLY. ANY COMBINATION OF DETECTORS AND MANUAL CALL POINTS WITHIN SPECIFIED LIMITS IS PERMISSABLE. Note: Detectors must not directly short the line as a short circuit gives a defect signal. Devices that have closing contact outputs, such as beam detectors, should have a resistor, in the range of 220 to 560Ω installed in series with the contacts. Each circuit must be terminated with an end of line resistor with a value of 6.8K (5% tolerance or better, power rating 1/4W) Detector Limitations Most detectors, with the exception of thermostatic heat detectors, draw a small monitoring current and this imposes a limit to the number of detectors which can be connected to a given zone circuit. The total quiescent current of all devices on a zone circuit must be less than 24V to ensure correct operation. Appendix A lists the number of detector types which may be fitted to a zone circuit. Page 7

8 4.2 Bells and Sounders *EOL S B 1N4004 DIODES BELLS B BELL O/P 1-1ST CIRCUIT *EOL 1N4004 DIODES S B BELLS B 2ND CIRCUIT ON BELL OUTPUT 1 (OPTIONAL) Two bell/sounder circuits are provided, capable of driving a combined load of 3.75 Amp (0.25 A is reserved for the system-operated light). These lines are monitored using a small current in reverse polarity to normal. For this reason it is necessary to connect the bells via diodes, 1N4004 diodes are recommended, as shown in the following diagram. Also observe bell/sounder polarity. If required these lines can be split to provide three or four bell circuits total, as shown, however if this is done the end of line resistor must be changed. See table 4.2 for further detail. Bell Output 1 Bell Output 2 First Circuit Second Circuit First Circuit Second Circuit No of Circuits EOL Current Available EOL Current Available EOL Current Available EOL Current Available 1 10K 2A - - *10K K 2A K 1.75A K 1A 22K 1 10K 1.75A K 1A 22K 1 22K 0.875A 22K 0.875A * Note: For one bell circuit a 10K EOL is required on the system on bell output 2 Table 4.2 Page 8

9 /// C AMPAC TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD 5.0 CONNECTING BRIGADE INTERFACES The NZ400 system is designed to be connected to the brigade using an API 678 SGD Type II. To install the SGD in an NZ400 service system it is necessary to mount the SGD on the main PCB using the plastic snap-in standoffs provided, as shown below. Connect the SGD to the main board using the six way ribbon provided. Connect the cable from CN4 on the main board (marked SGD type II) to CN2 on the SGD (marked Fire System). Run the cable under the SGD board to avoid obscuring the switches. Screw earth lug of earth wire under board mounting screw in the lower left corner. Connect the other end to the SGD earth point. Do not connect to the Door Switch input of the SGD. BATTERY - 12V OUT - COM AC2 AC1 BELL1 - BELL2 - DBA Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 - TB3 TB1 TB4 0.8A M1 0.8A TB2 R42 DBA TB5 F1 12V OUT 0.8A F2 BATTERY D4 D6 U1 U2 U3 C7 Q1 C3 C4 F3 SECONDARY R26 R27 R20 R24 R21 R25 MAINS ON C5 R7 R18 C8 R28 D7 R32 R30 R31 M2 D13 D15 C13 C14 BELL 1 D11 D12 BELL 2 C11 C12 R35 R36 NO C21 NC M3 F4 2A F5 2A RL1 R43 C25 ZD2 R45 ZD3 ZD4 R47 C26 C28 M4 M5 R48 R50 R52 R55 R51 R46 D17 R40 R49 C30 D16 C29 U12 ZD5 R53 ZD6 M6 R56 M7 C31 R57 ZD7 R60 R54 R59 FIRE DBA M8 R61 R62 R64 R66 C32 ZD8 M9 M10 M11 RN10 RN11 R65 R63 R58 Q3 C33 ZD9 CN5 R1 D8 C1 R15 R19 C6 POLL L1 C16 BZ1 C22 Q1 BZ1 12V 3W U13 FIRE DEFECT NORMAL ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 Front Panel RN12 SGD Type II M1 M3 TB1 A B - M2 M4 R1 D1 ISOLATE DEFECT FIRE NORMAL RN1 L1 R5 ZD1 ZD2 C3 R3 U3 L2 K1 1 SGD 2 ADDRESS 4 8 C7 R7 C8 U5 R11 U6 R12 U7 C9 RN7 API 678 7/8/97 C27 DOOR SWITCH CN1 R13 CN2 C10 RN8 C11 FIRE SYSTEM R14 D18 PRG ZONE4 DEFECTS BATTERY BELL SYSTEM ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 OPTIONS FIRE CALL OPT 1 BELL OPT 2 SMOKE OPT 3 HEAT OPT 4 FLOW SW OPT 5 AVF OPT 6 GROUP OPT 7 C1 All links off = 16 RN2 NORMAL NORMAL NEXT OPTION SELECT F1 U1 R4 U2 R6 TESTED X1 C4 C5 C6 RN3 U4 R8 R9 K2 SW1 SW2 RN9 BUZZER BELL SELF WALK 250mA C2 R2 BATCH R10 ISOLATE AMPAC SGD Type II TEST MUTE ISOLATE TEST CN1 CN2 CN3 CN4 ASPI SWITCHES COMMS SGD TYPE II TP4 RESET Earth link 6 Way ribbon cable Page 9

10 6.0 OPTIONS 6.1 Available Options. There are seven option sets each containing up to seven options that can set by the user Zone Options. Display reads 1,2,3 or 4 Option Function FIRE CALL/OPT1 BELL/OPT2 SMOKE/OPT3 HEAT/OPT4 FLOW SW/OPT5 AVF/OPT6 OPT7 When in alarm the zone will signal the remote receiving centre When in alarm the zone will sound the bells Allows use of smoke detectors. Allows use of heat detectors. Set the zone to flow switch type. Non latching contact. Set Automatic Verification Facility (gating) on. Send signal to group facility Group Options. Display reads 5. Option FIRE CALL/OPT1 BELL/OPT2 SMOKE/OPT3 HEAT/OPT4 FLOW SW/OPT5 AVF/OPT6 OPT7 Function When all zones in the group are in alarm will signal the remote receiving centre When all zones in the group are in alarm the will sound the bells Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used A group is one or more zones. The group will only be considered to be in alarm when all of the zones within the group are in alarm. Page 10

11 6.1.3 Common System Options. Display reads C. Option FIRE CALL/OPT1 BELL/OPT2 SMOKE/OPT3 HEAT/OPT4 FLOW SW/OPT5 AVF/OPT6 OPT7 Function Allows fault monitoring of first bell line Allows fault monitoring of second bell line. Allows Direct Brigade Alarm Allows fault monitoring of incoming mains. Monitor for earth leakage faults SGD Fitted Sound buzzer on faults Defect Transmission Options. Display reads F. Option FIRE CALL/OPT1 BELL/OPT 2 SMOKE/OPT 3 HEAT/OPT 4 FLOW SW/OPT 5 AVF/OPT 6 GROUP/OPT 7 Function Allows battery fault to be inhibited from SGD transmission Allows bell fault to be inhibited from SGD transmission Allows system fault to be inhibited from SGD transmission Allows zone 1 defect to be inhibited from SGD transmission Allows zone 2 defect to be inhibited from SGD transmission Allows zone 3 defect to be inhibited from SGD transmission Allows zone 4 defect to be inhibited from SGD transmission If desired it is possible to disable certain types of defects from being transmitted via the SGD to the brigade. This can be useful during periods of building maintenance or to allow monitoring of the mains condition without a power failure causing a defect signal to the brigade. Unlike the previous options the options in this case relate to the defects as indicated on the left of the LED s. 6.2 Displaying the Current Options To display the options from the normal state, press the OPTION key. The OPTIONS LED will illuminate to indicate that the options are being displayed. Press the NEXT key to step through each group of options. See option settings for a complete listing of available options. To cancel the display press SELECT or RESET. Display will automatically terminate thirty seconds after the last key press. Page 11

12 6.3 Changing the Options Entering Programming Mode Before any changes to the configuration of the system can be made, it is necessary to put the system into program mode. To change the configuration first press the SELECT then the OPTION keys. The numeric display will illuminate. It is now necessary to enter the pass code. (The pass code is 411) To enter the pass code press the NEXT key until the correct number (4) is displayed, then press the 'SELECT' key. Repeat this sequence until entire code (1), (1) has been entered. An incorrect entry will cause the sounder to sound a long beep and the display to cancel. After the pass code has been successfully entered the PRG light in the bottom right corner of the numeric display will illuminate to indicate that the programming mode is active Changing Zone, Group and Common System Options. Now that the system is in programming mode the NEXT button will step sequentially through the program option sets (1,2,3,4,5,C,F,U,E,P, ) When the last program option set is reached the display will loop back to the first. Once in the required option set press the OPTION button until the required option flashes. Press the SELECT key to change the option setting. When the last option is reached pressing the OPTION button loop back to the first option. Some options cannot be selected whilst others are active. This applies to the HEAT, SMOKE and FLOW SWITCH options. If either the SMOKE or HEAT option is active for a zone then the FLOW SWITCH option may not be selected and vice versa. Note that the LED s on and off times for an active option are different from an inactive option Changing the battery voltage. Note: The battery voltage is factory set and should not normally be changed on site. However it may be necessary to do so if the EEPROM is corrupted or damaged. To increase the battery charge voltage, press the NEXT key until U is displayed. Press the select key until the required voltage is reached. It is recommended that changes be made slowly to allow the system to adjust the voltage. Reducing the battery charge voltage is similar to increasing the voltage except the display should show Saving the options. To save the options, press the NEXT key until P is displayed. Press the SELECT key. The system will save the program options and return to normal operation. Confirmation of the action is given by a double beep Exiting without saving. To exit with saving the changes press NEXT until E is displayed. Press the SELECT key. Note that pressing reset or leaving the system without pressing keys for thirty second will also allow the system to terminate the option setting procedure and return to normal. Page 12

13 6.4 Relay Outputs RL1 K2 RTN CN1 CN2 TB1 C5 N/O R2 R1 R3 JS1-12V COM BD139 N/C K3 Q1 SELECT D4 1 D5 2 D6 3 D7 4 D8 5 D9 6 D10 7 D HC595 D12 R6 C3 RN1 U2 R7 R5 API 593 D1 D2 D3 U1 74HC138 K1 ADDRESS ASPI C1 C2 C4 U3 LM78L05 R ASPI Relay Board The ASPI (AMPAC serial peripheral interface) relay board will provide the NZ400 system with a 5 Amp relay contact for use by ancillary devices. A fire zone or certain system functions can activate the relay. Refer to table 6.4 below. To install the API 593: Power system down. Mount the board on standoffs. To connect a single ASPI board to the NZ400, plug one end of the eight way cable provided into CN1 of the ASPI board and the other end into CN1 of the API 684. To add more than one ASPI boards onto a NZ400 connect CN1 of the second ASPI board to CN2 of the first, etc. A maximum of four ASPI boards is permitted per NZ400. On the ASPI board there are a number of options available. Link K1 sets the address of the board, only one address may be selected. Link K3 sets the conditions that will activate the relay, any combination is allowable. Link K2 must be left open. Turn system on and test relay functions. Select Address 1 1 Fire Zone 1 2 Fire Zone 2 3 Fire Zone 3 4 Fire Zone 4 5 Fire Group 6 Not used 7 Defect 8 Fire Common Table 6.4 Page 13

14 7.0 EVENT LOG An event log is included to show the events that have occurred in the system since the last reset. The event log will capture defect and alarm occurrences. To display the event log from the normal state press the OPTION' key twice. The OPTIONS and the DEFECTS LEDS will flash. The numeric display will display the event being displayed. To see the next event, press the NEXT key. Event zero (0) is the initial state (normal) of the system and is always the first to be displayed. When no more events exist, pressing the NEXT key will return the display to event zero. A total of eight (8) events may be recorded. Page 14

15 8.0 INSTALLATION AND INITIAL OPERATION 8.1 Installing the NZ400 Do not apply power or connect the battery during this procedure. 1. Unpack NZ Check for transit damage. 3. Remove the index panel and have engraved as necessary. This will required the removal of the main board in a rear service system 4. Drill all cable access and mounting holes. 5. Provide insulation grommet to mains cable entry hole. 6. Re-install the index panel. 7. Mount the unit into position. 8. Feed cables into the unit. 9. Install the engraved index with mounting provided. 10. Install any option cards and/or transponder. 11. Connect mains cabling to the mains terminal block. Ensure incoming mains is properly earthed using stud provided. 12. Anchor incoming mains cable with P -clip provided. 13. Connect detector cabling. 14. Connect ancillary cabling. 8.2 Initial operation 1. Switch on mains power to the unit. 2. The internal buzzer will beep. 3. Connect battery. 4. Set required options (see section 6). 5. The unit is ready for operation. Page 15

16 9.0 SYSTEM OPERATION 9.1 Resetting the system To reset the system after a fire, press the RESET button on the main board. This will return the system back to its normal state. The buzzer will sound for confirmation. 9.2 Isolating the Bells/Sounders Bells may be isolated by either pressing the Bell Isolate switch on the MAF, or by operating the Silence Alarms key switch on the outside of the cabinet. Pressing Bell isolate on the MAF will cause the buzzer to beep and the LED above the switch to illuminate. To return Bells to normal press the switch again. Note: Operating the key switch will cause a Defect signal to be sent. 9.3 Using the Walk Test facility To start the walk test facility, press the Walk Test switch on the MAF. The buzzer will beep once and the LED above the switch will illuminate. To avoid signalling the brigade, the Isolate switch on the SGD should be set to the Isolate position. If it is not desirable to operate the sounders then isolate the bell as detailed above. Do not close the door at this stage. See section The detectors can now be tested. As a detector is set into alarm the system will operate as normal, except that after approximately three seconds the detectors on the circuit in alarm will be reset. After testing is complete press the Walk Test switch to return to normal. Return any other switches to normal before closing the door of the NZ Self Test Facility To start the test, press the Test button twice. The system will now place each zone into fire and defect conditions sequentially. The test will terminate when finished. It may also be terminated at any time by another press of the Test switch. 9.5 Evacuation On the door of the NZ400 a key switch is provided for Evacuation, operating this key switch will cause the system to operate the bells. This will override any other bell isolate or silence condition. Page 16

17 10.0 TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE/S SUGGESTED REMEDY/ ACTION Mains LED is off Mains supply is not operational. Check mains supply. System signals fire. Fire and normal LED s are off. System signals fire. Fire LED is on, no zones in alarm. Bell circuits in defect. Heat detector, opening contacts, will not signal fire. Manual call point will not signal fire. AC Fuse on MAF blown. System has no power. Battery voltage below 9.6V. Diodes not fitted in series with bell. End of line not fitted. Fuses blown. Too many smoke or electronic heat detectors on detector line. Options are set incorrectly. Too many smoke or electronic heat detectors on detector line. Check and replace if necessary F3 on MAF. Check mains and battery. If main is off, see above. If mains power is on, disconnect battery. If voltage rises, replace battery. Fit diodes to bells as shown in section 4.2. Fit end of line resistor as stated in table 4.2 Check fuses F4 and F5 on MAF. Replace if necessary. Reduce detectors on line to limits in Appendix A. Check and set options as detailed in section 6 Reduce detectors on line to limits in table Appendix A. Options are set incorrectly. Check and set options as detailed in section 6 Smoke detectors will not signal Options are set incorrectly. Check and set options as fire. detailed in section 6 Zone always in defect. Line is shorted. Check and remove short. Zone always in fire. End of line not fitted. Fit 6K8 end of line. Internal LED s flash rapidly and Cable to CN2 (switches) of main Reconnect cable. keys will not operate. board is disconnected. Panel buzzer operates with door SGD option programmed but Change SGD option, power closed SGD not fitted or not powered SGD Signal Generating Device will not Option not set correctly Check and set options as operate detailed in section 6 Page 17

18 Appendix A. DETECTOR CIRCUIT LIMITATIONS Detector Type Quiescent Current Circuit Limit Thermal Detector 0µA No limit (opening on alarm) Manual Call Point 0µA No limit Apollo Series 60 Heat Detector ( ) Apollo Series 60 Heat Detector ( ) Apollo Series 60 Heat Detector ( ) Apollo Series 60 Heat Detector ( ) Apollo Series 60 Ionisation Smoke Detector ( ) Apollo Series 60 Photoelectric Smoke Detector ( ) 57µA 28 57µA 28 57µA 28 57µA 28 45µA 35 45µA 35 Page 18

19 Appendix B. COMPATIBLE OUTPUT DEVICES. Product Code Description Flush sounder AS2 Red 12/24V 15mA Flush sounder AS2 White 12/24V 15mA Horn Sounder 12VDC 165mA Red Sounder with AS2220 Evac tone 9-28VDC 18mA Bell 12VDC 30mA Red 150 mm Sounder with LED and mute facility. Page 19

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