Operating manual and Log book for the range of 1,2,4 and 8 zone fire Control and Repeat panels

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1 Operating manual and Log book for the range of 1,2,4 and 8 zone fire Control and Repeat panels The panels are designed in accordance with the requirements of EN54 Part 2:1997 (and include optional clauses 7.8, 7.11 & 10), plus the requirements of EN54 Part 4:1997. This publication covers the: Conventional fire alarm panels: 1 zone panels:- XENEX1, NMB, and LB 2 zone panels:- XENEX2, NMB, and LB 4 zone panels:- XENEX4, NMB, and LB 8 zone panels:- XENEX8, NMB, and LB Fire alarm repeat panels: XENEX RPT, NMB and and LB. Panel code ending with LB signify Less batteries. This manual and logbook is intended for use by the end user and should be located in a secure but accessible position close to the panel. It is the responsibility of the end user to maintain the logbook. An Installation and Commissioning guide has been supplied to your installer with this panel. Year 2000 Compliance The panels are designed in accordance with the requirements of LPS2000. Contents Page Description of main 2 controls and indicators User responsibility 3 Operating instructions 5 Log book 7 Part 2 of Issue /01

2 Description of main controls and indicators Fire Panels Description of main controls and indicators ZONE Fire, Fault or Disablement indications red Zones FIRE Fault System Power Earth Sounder Disabled Other Fault indications Cancel System Buzzer Reset Sound Silence Alarms Alarms Essential controls Display 0 Numeric keypad Display test key Shift v 8 Shift or Function key Test green Power Day/Night Access / Function Normally lit to indicate Power supply healthy The light is lit when the Function key is pressed or there is an entry to controls with coded access Figure 1 Controls and indications cd8m191 Controls (Only available when access code is entered) Numeric keypad. Allows the entry of numeric data, ie passwords, addresses, data, etc. Shift key. The shift key gives access to the main functions of the panel. Display test key. Pressing the Display Test key after entering access code#(*) will initiate a sequence which illuminates all the indicators in turn enabling the indicators to be checked. # Coded entry is only required if Cancel Buzzer or Display test functions are configured for operation at Access level 2. Cancel Buzzer. Pressing the Cancel Buzzer button after entering access code#(*) will stop the internal buzzer sounding. System Reset. The system reset key when pressed after entering access code(*) will return the system to its normal operating state. If there are uncleared fires or faults then these conditions will re-occur. Sound Alarms. Pressing the Sound Alarms button after entering access code(*) will sound all of the system alarms. Should only be pressed in an emergency or at other agreed times, ie sounder tests. Silence Alarms. Pressing the Silence Alarms button after entering access code(*) will silence the system alarms. Should only be pressed when the emergency is over. *Three digit code. Indicators. Fire. When lit indicates that the system has detected a fire. Fault. When lit or flashing indicates that there is a fault condition on the system which requires rectification. ZoneFire/Fault/Disablement. Indicates when there is a fire (red indicator lit or flashing) or a fault ( indicator flashing) on the zone applicable to the indicators. A lit indicator in conjunction with other indicators is used to indicate various disabled conditions. System Fault. This indicator when lit indicates that there is a fault in the panel s processor. Power Fault. When lit or flashing indicates that there is a power supply fault present. Earth Fault. This indicator when lit or flashing indicates that there is an Earth Fault on the system. Sounder Fault. When flashing in conjunction with a flashing fault indicator indicates a sounder fault. When lit in conjunction with the disabled indicator indicates that the sounders are disabled. Disabled. Indicates in conjunction with the sounder or the zone indicators a disabled condition. Test. When lit indicates that the panel is in Test mode. Power. When lit indicates that the panel is powered up. Day/Night. When lit this indicates that Day Mode has been enabled. Night Mode is indicated by the indicator being unlit. Access/Function. The Access/Function lamp will flash when the shift key is pressed and be lit when the coded functions are accessed. 03/01 2 Part 2 of Issue 2

3 Fire Panels User Responsibility It is recommended that the persons responsible for the fire alarm system, should become familiar with the procedures on how to operate the controls and interpret indications given at the control and repeat panels. Adequate training should also have been given from appointed personnel. Daily The British Standard code of practice for Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings, BS 5839:Part1:1988, states that the system should be inspected daily to ensure that a normal indication is given at the control and indicating equipment and that any previously indicated fault condition has received appropriate attention. a) It recommends entry into the Log Book provided of all the system events for future reference. b) The person inspecting the protected premises can ensure that the use of the area(s) inspected has not changed such that the detection and alarm devices have become inappropriate. c) The area(s) can be inspected to check that no unsafe practices that could lead to fire are being undertaken. Weekly At Weekly intervals a different Fire detector or Manual Call Point of the system should be tested to ensure the system is capable of operating under alarm condition. a) The operation of the alarm sounders should be checked, which also provides a regular reminder to those occupying the premises that there is a fire alarm system with a particular characteristic sound. b) The test should be performed at a regular time to avoid confusion between a test and a genuine fire alarm. Quarterly At quarterly intervals the system should be inspected and any work necessary should be performed by a trained maintenance engineer. User Responsibility Battery Replacement NOTE: Any servicing work on the System must be carried out by a servicing organisation. Under normal operating conditions the maintenance free lead acid batteries in the Control and Repeat panels can have a useful life of up to 5 years from the date of manufacture. NOTE: It is recommended that these batteries are replaced at 4 Yearly intervals from the date the System is first commissioned. CAUTION: The batteries should only be replaced by trained service personal. Part 2 of Issue /01

4 User Responsibility Testing a Manual Call Point Push the test key through the hole in the underside of the call point to engage the test cam mechanism and push to operate the cam mechanism. At this point the test key is retained in the call point and pulling it out will reset the glass. NOTE: The alarm sounders in the system will be activated by this test. To silence alarms and reset the system, see operating instructions. Replacing a broken Glass WARNING: Take appropriate precautions when clearing broken glass to prevent injury. NOTE: A weather resistant version of manual call points will have two gaskets, a Cover/glass gasket and a Spacer/cover gasket, which must be installed in their respective position. Fire Panels These procedures assume the cover on the manual call point is open and any broken glass has been cleared. a) Insert the glass beneath the opaque slider 1 and locate bottom of the glass into recess, ensure the thumb wheel is up as shown.. b) Place the test key on the cam (thumb wheel) 2. c) Fit the call point cover by hooking it into the top of the unit. Make sure that the glass is properly seated (held down). Withdraw the test key from the call point 3 and then use it to fit the screw 4 securing the cover to the back box. CALL POINT BACK BOX AND MAIN ASSEMBLY SLIDER SLIDER CAM CALL POINT COVER THUMB WHEEL FIR E BREAK GLASS TEST KEY 2 HOLD ON TO THE COVER 3 Figure 2 Replacing a broken MCP glass cd8m322 03/01 4 Part 2 of Issue 2

5 Fire Panels Operating instructions Operating instructions ZONE Fire, Fault or Disablement indications red Zones FIRE Fault System Power Earth Sounder Disabled Other Fault indications Cancel System Buzzer Reset Sound Silence Alarms Alarms Essential controls Display 0 Numeric keypad Display test key Shift v 8 Shift or Function key Test green Power Day/Night Access / Function Normally lit to indicate Power supply healthy The light is lit when the Function key is pressed or there is an entry to controls with coded access Figure 3 Controls and indications cd8m191 Normal indications Under normal condition the panel should give a healthy indication, with only the green light lit. Power The control panel provides system security by password entry to controls. Fire Condition In the event of an automatic fire detection the indications given are: FIRE light is lit. Zones-fire light is lit. buzzer sounds continuous tone. system alarm sounders are activated if applicable, auxiliary equipment is actuated if applicable, automatic link to the Fire Brigade is initiated. After the emergency is over After emergency is over silence the alarms and reset the system: a) Enter the 3 digit code n n n to gain access to the controls. b) Press the Silence Alarms button. Notice the system alarm sounders are silenced and local buzzer sounds continuous tone. c) After the cause of the alarm has been investigated, ensure smoke and excess heat have had time to clear from automatic detectors and broken manual call point glasses have been replaced where necessary. Press the System Reset button. Notice the indications return to their pre fire status. Part 2 of Issue /01

6 Operating instructions Fire Panels Condition Normal indication Visual indications Zone Fire (1-8) -Red Fire Common - Red Disabled - Yellow Test - Yellow Power - Green Access/ Function - Yellow Audible indication Buzzer Sounder circuits Signals out Aux Relay contacts Normally deenergised Comm on fault - Norma lly active Comm on fire- Norma lly deacti ve On Normal Active Deact ive Fire On On On On On Change over New fire (different zone) On On On On On Change over Active Active AL2, 3 or 4 On On Normal Active Deact ive Function key press On Fast Pulse Active Active Normal Active Deact ive Indications on panel To Sound Alarms To re-sound the alarm sounders during a fire condition: a) Enter the 3 digit code n n n to gain access to the controls. b) Press the Sound Alarms button. Notice the system alarm Sounders are activated. To Silence Alarms To silence system alarm sounders after they have been actuated: a) Enter the 3 digit code n n n to gain access to the controls. b) Press the Silence Alarms button. Notice the system alarm Sounders are silenced. To carry out a display test a) #Enter the 3 digit code n n n to gain access to the controls. # Coded entry is only required if Display test function is configured for operation at Access level 2. v b) Press the shift button and then the display button. Ensure that all the LEDs light in sequence and the buzzer sounds. Fault Condition In the event of an automatic fault detection the indications given are: Fault light is lit fault indicators are lit buzzer sounds intermittent. (except for system fault which is a continuous sound) To Cancel fault buzzer a) #Enter the 3 digit code n n n to gain access to the controls. # Coded entry is only required if Cancel Buzzer function is configured for operation at Access level 2. b) After investigating fault, press the Cancel Buzzer button. Notice the buzzer is silenced but other indications remain active. The fault indications are normally automatically extinguished once the fault condition has been rectified. Action to rectify fault Suggested action to rectify fault condition: NOTE: All fault rectification work must be done by suitably qualified personnel. The fault indicators may be extinguished during a fire condition. The mains failure condition overrides all other fault indications in order to preserve battery standby capacity. NOTE: A comprehensive fault finding guide is included in the Installation and Commissioning guide. 03/01 6 Part 2 of Issue 2

7 To comply with the requirements of BS5839 : Part 1 : 1988 and to allow those concerned with the fire detection and alarm systems to monitor the long term performance of the system, it is important that a log is kept, which includes all the events relating to the performance of the system. SITE ADDRESS Log Book Contract No. Site ID: For Service Normal Hours Mon-Fri Tel. Outside Normal Hours Tel. Manned Centre Telephone Manned Centre Code No. Responsible Persons on SITE: AL2 password For each zone record the location description. Zone number Description of the zonal location Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Log book for Part 2 of Issue /01

8 System configuration record Fire Panels This information will assist the servicing organisation to keep a record of how the system is configured. Mark in the table below any deviation(s) from the standard factory settings. Detection and zone circuit configuration Zone number Normal zone operation (factory setting) Non latching zone operation First fire to be a pulsing indication (factory setting) First fire to be a steady indication Zone short circuit to give a fault (factory setting) Zone short circuit to give a fire Sounders and system reset configuration Silence alarms and reset to operate independently (factory setting) Silence alarms and reset to operate as per BS5839: Part 4 Reset to also action the silence alarms Sound alarms to operate in fire condition only (factory setting) Sound alarms to operate at any time Auxiliary relay to energise with fire (factory setting) Auxiliary relay to energise with sound alarms Access level Access levels AL1 AL2 Cancel buzzer (AL1 - factory setting) Test A & B mode, Cancel Test (AL2 - factory setting) N/A Display test (AL1 - factory setting) Repeat panel information Repeat panel EEPROM location EEPROM Data (address) Name of the area where the panel is installed on site 1st Repeat panel 2nd Repeat panel 3rd Repeat panel 4th Repeat panel 03/01 8 Log book for Part 2 of Issue 2

9 Fire Panels Location of system devices Location of system devices Make copies of this page to record details of the system. This information will assist the servicing organisation to keep a record of how the system is configured. Zone Type of system device Location Log book for Part 2 of Issue /01

10 Event log Fire Panels Event log Make copies of this page to record details of system events. Date Time Events Action Date complete Name 03/01 10 Log book for Part 2 of Issue 2

11 Fire Panels Event log Event log Make copies of this page to record details of system events. Date Time Events Action Date complete Name Log book for Part 2 of Issue /01

12 Event log Fire Panels 03/01 12 Log book for Part 2 of Issue 2

13 Instruction Manual for the range of 1,2,4 and 8 zone Fire Control and Repeat panels The panels are designed in accordance with the requirements of EN54 Part 2:1997 (and include optional clauses 7.8, 7.11 & 10), plus the requirements of EN54 Part 4:1997. This publication covers the: Conventional fire alarm panels: 1 zone panels:- ZENEX1, NMB, and LB 2 zone panels:- XENEX2, NMB, and LB 4 zone panels:- XENEX4, NMB, and LB 8 zone panels:- XENEX8, NMB, and LB Fire alarm repeat panels: NMB and and LB. Panel code ending with LB signify Less Batteries This manual is for internal use only Year 2000 Compliance The panel has been designed in accordance with the requirements of LPS2000 Contents Page Description of main 2 Controls and Indicators EN54 Specification 3 System design 4 Repeat panel 6 Cables 6 Notes to the Installer 7 Panel fixing 8 Commissioning 11 Installed system tests 12 Repeat panel configuration 12 Test and config.functions 13 Programming Options 15 User Responsibility 17 Operating Instructions 19 Fault Indications 21 Specification for the 25 Control panel Specification for the 27 Repeat panel Parts list 30 Index Issue /01

14 Description of main controls and indicators Fire Panels Description of main controls and indicators ZONE Fire, Fault or Disablement indications red Zones FIRE Fault System Power Earth Sounder Disabled Other Fault indications Cancel System Buzzer Reset Sound Silence Alarms Alarms Essential controls Display 0 Numeric keypad Display test key Shift v 8 Shift or Function key Test green Power Day/Night Access / Function Normally lit to indicate Power supply healthy Lit when access code is entered Figure 1 Controls and indications cd8m375 Controls - only available when access code is entered. Numeric keypad. Allows the entry of numeric data, ie passwords, addresses, data, etc. Shift key. The shift key gives access to the main functions of the panel. Display test key. Pressing the Display Test key after entering access code# will initiate a sequence which illuminates all the indicators in turn enabling the indicators to be checked. # Coded entry is only required if Cancel Buzzer and Display Test functions are configured for operation at Access level 2. Cancel Buzzer. Pressing the Cancel Buzzer button after entering access code# will stop the internal buzzer sounding. System Reset. The system reset key when pressed after entering access code will return the system to its normal operating state. If there are uncleared fires or faults then these conditions will re-occur. Sound Alarms. Pressing the Sound Alarms button after entering access code will sound all of the system alarms. Should only be pressed in an emergency or at other agreed times, ie sounder tests etc. Silence Alarms. Pressing the Silence Alarms button after entering access code will silence the system alarms. Should only be pressed when the emergency is over. Indicators. Fire. When lit indicates that the system has detected a fire. Fault. When lit or flashing indicates that there is a fault condition on the system which requires rectification. ZoneFire/Fault/Disablement. Indicates when there is a fire (red indicator lit or flashing) or a fault ( indicator flashing) on the zone applicable to the indicators. A lit indicator in conjunction with other indicators is used to indicate various disabled conditions. System Fault. This indicator when lit indicates that there is a fault in the panel s processor. Power Fault. When lit or flashing indicates that there is a power supply fault present. Earth Fault. This indicator when lit or flashing indicates that there is an Earth Fault on the system. Sounder Fault. When flashing in conjunction with a flashing fault indicator indicates a sounder fault. When lit in conjunction with the disabled indicator indicates that the sounders are disabled. Disabled. Indicates in conjunction with the sounder or the zone indicators a disabled condition. Test. When lit indicates that the panel is in Test mode. Power. When lit indicates that the panel is powered up. Day/Night. When lit this indicates that Day Mode has been enabled. Night Mode is indicated by the indicator being unlit. Access/Function. The Access/Function lamp will flash when the shift key is pressed and be lit when the coded functions are accessed. 03/ Issue 2

15 Fire Panels EN54 Specification What is EN54 (specifically parts 2 & 4)? EN54 is the name of a new range of Europe-wide standards for fire detection and alarm equipment. The intention is to create a unified set of standards for all of the countries in the EEC. Thus as parts of the standard are published, each country must replace any relevant existing standards with EN54. EN54 part 5 (Heat Detectors) and EN54 part 7 (Smoke Detectors) have been published for some time and all detectors/sensors meet the requirements of these. EN54 part 2 relates to Control and Indicating Equipment and EN54 part 4 relates to Power Supplies. Thus most control panels must comply with both parts. EN54 parts 2 & 4 were published as a British Standard in April European law states that any old standards must be withdrawn within 12 months of a new standard being published. Thus BS5839 part 4 was withdrawn as a British Standard in April LPCB certification to BS5839 part 4 will continue for 36 months after this so existing panels will keep their LPCB certification until April Key Differences between EN54 parts 2 & 4 and BS5839 part 4 Although in broad terms EN54: 2 & 4 and BS5839: 4 are similar there are many differences in detail that have required a slightly different approach to the way the control panel works. The key differences are as follows: EN54 Specification EN54 part 2 is very much a zone based standard. Thus the EN54 panel displays fires by zone. Also if all the devices in a zone are disabled then a zonal disablement is shown. There are certain limits placed on the number of devices allowed in EN54 part 2. No more than 512 detectors and/or call points can be connected to a panel if a single processor failure will prevent these from operating. In the event of a cable fault (e.g. short circuit) no more than 32 detectors and/or call points may be lost. Terminology has been tightened up and standardised. This means that disabled zones are shown as Disabled not Warnings. If a delay is active then a disablement must be shown. There are subtle differences in the way that certain controls work. For example there is no disablement buzzer (by default) and all other buzzers (including the fire buzzer) must be cancellable Issue /01

16 System design System design The fire system design should be to BS 5839:Part 1:1988 Code of Practice for system design installation and servicing. Supplemented with customer requirements. Mains Supply Connection The control panel mains supply must be via a fused spur unit rated: 5A - 1 & 2 Zone panel/repeat panel 7A - 4 & 8 Zone panel Standby Supply With the recommended battery the control panel will provide a standby supply under mains failure conditions, for a period of 72 hours followed by 30 minutes of alarm load, 24V power supply To +ve The power supply terminals 24+ and 0 may drive external ancillary panel equipment and is designed to be zone used in conjunction with auxiliary -ve contacts and common fire and fault outputs. The maximum currents are 250mA (1 & 2 zone) and 500mA (4 & 8 zone). The supply is monitored for faulty 24V supply level or fuse blowing. NOTE: The use of the 24V supply will affect the panel standby capability. Fire Detection (Zone Circuits) Each zone circuit can have up to 3.0mA load. An end-of-line capacitor unit or bipolar capacitor is required for zone circuit monitoring, which must be fitted after the last detector or manual call point on the circuit. All manual call points used must have a 470 ohms series resistor. NOTE: Spur wiring is not permitted End-of-line Capacitor unit off zone circuits. or bipolar capacitor Un-used Zone circuits must be terminated with an FIRE DETECTION (ZONE) CIRCUIT end-of-line Capacitor unit or bipolar capacitor BLACK RED FIRE DETECTOR A fire detector head is fitted with a diode-base for continuity when a detector head is removed and there can be a maximum of up to 20 diode-bases per zone circuit MANUAL CALL POINT Z1+ Z1- Z2+ Z2- Zone Circuit RED Control panel Figure 2 Zone circuit connections cd8m317 Zone Circuit 1 IN OUT Standard base. If diode base is used, method of connecting is identical. Zone Circuit Z1+ Z1- Control panel 6 6 BLACK OUT IN C OUT 5 NC/NO Base with Relay connection 4 IN OUT IN Standard base. NOTE: LED is supplied with LED module 1 7 OUT LED 4 IN Base with LED connection Earth continuity MCP Fire Panels Z1+ Z1- Zone Circuit Control panel NOTE: End of line unit is supplied with panel 1 7 OUT IN Base showing End of Line device fitted Earth continuity Where a zone circuit is not being used, the end-of-line capacitor unit or bipolar capacitor must be fitted across its terminals in the panel. Figure 3 Fire detection circuit connections cd8m385 03/ Issue 2

17 Fire Panels Alarm (Sounder circuits) To comply with the requirements of BS 5839: Part 1:1988, two or more alarm sounder circuits should be used on all installations. NOTE: All sounder circuits (sectors) will operate together in the event of a fire condition. NOTE: Each sounder output is fused at 0.5A. Therefore a minimum of three are required to carry 1.5A 1&2 Zone Panel 4&8 Zone Panel 1A maximum Alarm sounder load per panel 1.5A maximum Alarm sounder load per panel End of line Resistor 10k Ohms Alarm sounder must have a series blocking diode Alarm sounders must be polarised and suppressed. NOTE: Spur wiring is not permitted off alarm sounder circuits. Each sector outlet is fused at 0.5A maximum, therefore a minimum of 3 outlets are required to carry 1.5A. Each outlet uses resettable fuses Sounder circuit(s) not used must be terminated with an end-of line resistor Figure 4 Alarm sounder circuit cd8m319 System design Control panel S1+ Alarm S1- Sn+ Sn- Sounder Circuit S1+S1- Sounder Circuit Control panel Earth continuity The load must be shared between the sounder circuits. The alarm sounder circuits are regularly pulse monitored for failure. It is important that the last alarm sounder is fitted with a 10K Ohm end-of-line resistor. The sounder outputs are monitored in alarm for loss of supply or multiple sounder output overloads Where a sounder circuit is not being used, the end-of-line resistor must be fitted across its terminals in the control panel. Push button switch or relay pulsed at 1 second interval (maximum) for class change application Control panel CC1 CC2 Class change 100m max. Cable distance Auxiliary Contacts These are normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) contacts that change over when the panel goes into a fire condition. The contacts are rated at 24V d.c. 1A for a resistive load and should not be used to switch voltages in excess of 50V. The auxiliary circuits should be powered from an independent power supply. Class Change A pair of unmonitored terminals allow only the system alarm sounders to be activated from a remote position. It is considered that the major use for these will be for class change functions in schools and colleges. Figure 5 Class change circuit cd8m320 NOTE:There is no indication given at the panel of class change push button operation. Contacts rated NC NC N0 N0 Auxiliary contacts Control panel Figure 6 Auxiliary contact circuit cd8m m maximum cable distance Contacts change over occur with a fire condition Issue /01

18 Cables Common Fire and fault The common fault output is a normally closed electronic switch, which opens with a fault condition, this is for a fail safe operation. The common fire output is a normally open electronic switch that closes with a fire condition. Each electronic switch is current limited, see specification, page 25. Use relay to provide volt free contacts. Figure 7 Fire fault & 24V outputs cd8m CFT CFR 0V Current limited Current limited The Indicator and Relay shown connected here are typical examples of external circuit Fire Panels NOTE: The maximum 24V relay load is 280mW (Common Fire) and 500mW (Common Fault). Use a relay to provide volt free contacts. 24V+ - 24V+ supply CFT - Common fault CFR - Common fire 0V - 0V supply The +24V & 0V is a power supply for use with auxiliary contacts, common fire and common fault circuits, see specification. Repeat Panel One repeat panel can be connected in series to the control panel. A repeat panel duplicates fire and fault indications together with system controls. Cables The guidance of BS5839 : Part 1: 1988 should be followed. Figure 8 Control to repeat panel connections cd8n_37 Normally closed electronic switch Generally available electrical installation cable may be used, providing the cable is: to BS6387 Screen must be connected to panel with no more than 2 - cores each core having no less than 1.5mm 2 cross section area with an inherent or through metal conduit screen for earth continuity in order to produce electrical protection and screening having protection from heat and mechanical damage 0V R+ R- Control panel Normally open electronic switch Control panel Screen linked R+ R- Repeat panel 1 Power supply cord The mains supply to the panel should be wired in 0.75mm 2 cable with a effective connection to building service earth continuity conductor. Length per circuit Type of circuit Recommended cables, also see BS5839:Part 1 guidance 2m Mains power supply cord see power supply cord 1Km Zone circuit 1Km Sounder circuits 100m Auxiliary circuit See BS5839:Part 1 guidance 100m Common fire and fault circuit 100m Class change circuit 500mTotal Circuit Repeat panel link Firetuf 03/ Issue 2

19 Fire Panels Notes to the installer Checks The power-up and commissioning is done by the servicing organisation. The wires between the termination point and terminals should be short and straight as possible. The cables of the fire detection and alarm system and other systems should usually be separated by at least 160mm, unless dedicated conduit or ducting is used. Do not use any part of building structure for earthing. The cable length between the Repeat LED unit and respective fire detector where used, should not exceed 10m Cable Glands should be used on the equipment for the mains supply cable. Unused knockouts on product enclosure that have been removed, should not be left open. Requirements It is recommended that the installer follow the general requirements of: BS5839:Part 1:1988, which is the code of practice relating to the fire detection and alarm systems for buildings. the relevant parts of the BS 7671 Requirements for Electrical Installation Institute of Electrical Engineers Wiring Regulations 16th edition. Second fix installation To prevent the possibility of damage or dirt degrading the performance or appearance of the System products, the installation of second fix items should be delayed until all major building work in the area is complete. Fixtures and fittings It is the installers responsibility to provide: adequate fixtures and fittings for the type of construction surface onto which a product is to be installed. as an aid to this decision, the weight and overall size of each full assembly together with implications on cable Notes to the installer entries and routing should be taken into consideration. NOTE: All these procedures assume that the cable, gland, steel box (BESA box) and other related accessories are provided by the installer. As fitted wiring drawings The installer should acquire: site specific information from the interested parties, for details on the location of products for installation the acquired information together with this guide and the relevant standards should be used to assist the work. Earth continuity To maintain earth continuity, the cable screen must be continued through each system device, whether the earth is connected to a device or not. NOTE: The cable link from the main panel to the repeat panel if fitted must be via screened cable. Refer to Figure 8 for connection details Mains input terminal block c/w mains fuse Zone Cable termination NOTE: Repeat panel link cable entries are located at the opposite end to the mains cable entries, ie on the Right Hand Side. Mains supply to panel Earth drain Cable Gland 4-off earth points 13-back 13-top cable entry points Electronic assembly Panel backbox Figure 9 Panel cable entry and earth points cdm Issue /01

20 Panel fixing Panel fixing a) Remove panel from its packing. b) Store the front panel (including the electronic assembly) and the metal plates in a safe place until later. c) Check the spares parts supplied with those listed in Table 1. d) Remove the appropriate knock-in on the panel case for cable entry. e) Hold the panel on the wall in the desired mounting position and mark the positions of the fixing holes. See Figure 10 for case fixing details. f) Secure the panel to the wall using suitable fixing. A top centre keyhole fixing is provided on the case to allow the panel to be hooked whilst the bottom two fixing points are located. NOTE: For details of flush fixing the panel, see Figure 12. g) Connect the mains supply cable to the panel. The cable: Description For fuses also see Figure 13 Quantity supplied with control panel 1 zone 2 zone 4 zone 8 zone 10K end-of-line resistor Capacitor unit or bipolar capacitor End of line label Fuse 3.15A 20mm x 5mm AS (mains terminal block ) Fuse 5A 20mm x 5mm QB (battery FS2) Fuse 0.5A 20mm x 5mm QB (24V) UL Rated FS11 Fire Panels Battery link Zone designation label M3 screws Shorting link (EEPROM Programming) Dedicated mains cable entry points 111mm Panel size 395mm wide x 274mm high x 87mm deep 89mm 89mm Repeat panel Table 1 Spare parts supplied with each panel How to knock-in a cable entry point Knock here to open the entry point must be fed through one of the dedicated mains cable entry points into the panel. must be via an unswitched fused spur unit, rated 5A for the 1&2 Zone Control and Repeat panels and 7A for 4&8 Zone panels. The fused spur isolator cover should be red and marked: FIRE ALARM - DO NOT SWITCH OFF The fused spur units must be fed from a dedicated isolation switch used for the fire alarm system only. h) Wire the system. With the exception of mains cable, all other cables should remain unconnected at the panel.for the unconnected cable leave 300mm tail wire length and mark each core identifying its final point of connection. The system wiring can be tested whilst not connected to the respective terminals at each system device. Transformer cables to electronic assembly Earth connection to the electronic assembly Figure 10 Panel fixings cd8n_49 CAUTION: DO NOT undertake high voltage insulation tests WITH THE CABLES CONNECTED to their terminals. This may damage the electronic circuitry in the system. i) Refit the front panel (including the electronic assembly) onto the panel using four M3 screws and connect the transformer and earth cables, see Figure 11. Panel Backbox NOTE: The transformer cables are not polarised. j) Attach the top and bottom metal plates using four M3 screws, see Figure 11. NOTE: Each terminal in a panel will accept a maximum conductor size of 2.5mm 2. 03/ Issue 2 197mm 4-off earth points 19mm

21 Fire Panels Panel fixing Dedicated mains cable entry points 4-off earth points To Transformer To Earth Transformer cables to electronic assembly Earth connection to the electronic assembly T1A T1B E P1 Fixing points for the electronic assembly Panel Backbox Electronic assembly Ribs NOTE: The metal plates are to be located under the ribs on the front panel and fixed in place using M3 screws. Red +ve Battery connections Black -ve Bottom Plate (instructions printed onto plate) Figure 11 Refitting electronic assembly cd8n_50 NOTE: The installation of all outstanding parts is usually carried out during Commissioning of the System. Aperture k) Store all spare parts and loose components including the batteries inside the panel carton and keep in a safe place until required. Flush fixing See Figure 12 for details of flush fixing the panel. 60mm deep cross section of the wall to which the panel is to be flush mounted 245mm high Control or Repeat panel Flush shroud 4.5 mm diameter holes 12 holes 378mm wide Figure 12 Installing a flush mounted panel cd8m Issue /01

22 T1A T1B E T2A T2B NC NC NO NO Z1+ Z1- S1+ S1- Z2+ Z2- S2+ S2- Z3+ Z3- S3+ S3- Z4+ Z4- S4+ S4- Z5+ Z5- S5+ S5- Z6+ Z6- S6+ S6- Z7+ Z7- S7+ S7- Z8+ Z8- S8+ S8- CC1 CC2 24+ CFT CFR 0 R+ R- CN5 CN6 CN7 CN29 CN30 CN8 CN9 CN10 CN11 CN12 CN13 CN14 CN15 CN16 CN17 CN18 CN19 CN20 CN21 CN22 CN23 CN24 CN25 CN26 CN27 CN28 BATTERIES SECTOR 1 SECTOR 2 SECTOR 3 SECTOR 4 SECTOR 5 SECTOR 6 SECTOR 7 SECTOR 8 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 POWER1 POWER2 Panel fixing Fire Panels The shaded terminal blocks are not fitted on the Repeat panel. Auxiliary contacts 1A at 24Vdc resistive NC NC NO NO To transformer T1A T1B E To Zone and Sounder Circuits, where `n' signifies circuit number 1 to 8 P3 to P6 Zn+ Zn- Sn- Sn+ CFT CC1 CC2 24+ CFR 0 R+ R- P7 These terminal blocks are fitted on the Repeat panel but not used. Class change - connect to relay Common fault, Common Fire Repeat panel P1 Mains input supply N E L Fuses Software version label Zones FIRE Faults System Power Earth Sounder Disabled Cancel Reset Buzzer System v 0 Sound Silence Alarms Alarms Display Shift SECTOR 1 SECTOR 3 SECTOR 5 SECTOR 7 BATTERIES SECTOR 2 SECTOR 4 SECTOR 6 SECTOR 8 Test Power Day/Night Access / Function Panel 1 8 P8 EEPROM Protection fitted across pins 1 and 2 24V Fuse 1-Zone panel FS1 (MAINS) AS 3.15A FS2 QB 5A FS3 500mA FS4 500mA FS5 FS6 FS7 FS8 FS9 FS10 FS11 QB - UL Rated 500mA 2-Zone panel 3.15A 5A 500mA 500mA 500mA 4-Zone panel 3.15A 5A 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 8- Zone panel 3.15A 5A 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA 500mA Repeat panel 3.15A 5A All other fuses, ie FS1, FS2 and FS11 are 20mm x 5mm diameter QB - Quick Blow AS - Anti-Surge All sector outputs have resettable 0.5A fuses which do not need replacing. The individual outputs will recover after removing the fault. The recovery time is 30 seconds minimum and it is recommended that the sectors be switched off (Silence Alarms). Figure 13 Panel terminals and fuses cd8m_384 03/ Issue 2

23 Fire Panels Commissioning NOTE: To comply with EN54, ensure that non-volatile memory protection link is fitted after the panel is commissioned. The total system should be tested in accordance with the commissioning requirements of BS5839:Part 1:1988 or other standard specified by the system purchaser. NOTE: The commissioning procedures assume that the system has been installed as per instructions in this booklet. System checks Acquire as fitted drawings check the system has been installed to the project requirements. if appropriate, action the installer to carry out changes to the system. Initial power up a) Disconnect cables to terminals of zone, sounder, class change, auxiliary, common fire and fault circuits. Ensure each cable is marked for reconnection to respective terminals later. b) Connect end-of-line capacitor units to zones and end-of-line resistor units to sounder circuits for initial power up. c) Check mains connection and switch on the mains power to the control panel. d) Now connect the battery supply, see Figure 14. e) Check the panel provides a normal healthy indication, with the green light lit. Commissioning Zone circuit tests a) Transfer the end-of-line capacitor unit to the last device (detector or manual call point) on a zone circuit. b) Connect the zone cable to the zone circuit terminals. c) Carry out zone open circuit and short circuit tests and check appropriate indications are given. d) Repeat the above for other zone circuits. Sounder circuit tests a) Transfer the end-of-line resistor unit to the last device on a sounder circuit. b) Connect the sounder circuit cable to the sounder circuit terminals. c) Carry out sounder open and short circuit tests and check appropriate indications are given. d) Repeat the above for other sounder circuits. a) Open the lower outer cover Control panel Instructions + Zone designation Zones FIRE Faults System Power Earth Sounder Disabled Cancel Reset Buzzer System v 0 Sound Silence Alarms Alarms Display Shift Test Power Day/Night Access / Function b) Remove the lower inner plate NOTE: A label is supplied in the spares pack which can be located on this cover to identify zone location 1 8 P8 c) Fit the batteries and connect the battery cables EEPROM Protection fitted across pins 1 and Connection for 12V 2.1Ah Batteries For 1, 2 and 4 zone panels + repeat panel - Connection for 12V 2.8Ah Batteries For 8 zone panels + Figure 14 Battery installation and EEPROM protection link cd8m Issue /01

24 Installed system tests Installed system tests The fire detection and alarm system should be tested to ensure it operates to meet the standards and project requirements. Configuration The control panel is factory set to the requirements of EN54 Parts 2 and 4. The operation of the control and repeat panels and the system may be re-configured to site specific needs, see test and configuration functions and Programming OptionsTest mode A or B operation To facilitate tests on the fire detection and alarm system the control panel can be set to operate in a test mode, see Test and configuration functions. With Test mode A or B active: a triggered manual call point or fire detector in the test zone will give: NOTE: A detector that is still full of smoke or heat will retrigger into a fire condition until the smoke or heat in the area is cleared. Sound level test Test A Fire indication for 10 seconds duration followed by a system reset Test B System alarm sounds for the first 2 seconds and at the same time a Fire indication is given for 10 seconds duration followed by a system reset Table 2 Test mode operation Sound level tests should be conducted to standard requirements and to customer satisfaction. Other equipment tests Where external equipment is connected to the control panel using auxiliary, common fire and fault terminals, then these must be tested to project requirements. Zone designation label a) Write on to the zone designation label the name that identifies the area protected by each zone circuit. b) Fix the label over the zone designation part of the lower inner plate, see Figure 14. Log book Fill in system details on the first three pages of the log book. EEPROM Protection link Ensure that at the end of Commissioning and System tests the EEPROM protection link is fitted to connector P8, see Figure 14. On completion Ensure the persons responsible for the system are made aware of system operation access codes to controls basic controls their responsibility and the need to log system events in the log book. Repeat panel configuration There can be a single repeat panel connected in series to the the control panel. Procedure The power up procedure for the repeat panel is the same as the main panel: The presence of a repeat panel needs to be set up at the main panel, see Number of repeats function in the Programming options section. Day/Night Operation Fire Panels If the panel is set to Night mode, the panel will upon detecting a fire: Illuminate the Common Fire and appropriate Zone Fire indicators Sound the internal buzzer and start the sounders. If the panel is in Day mode, the panel will upon detection of a fire: Illuminate the Common fire lamp and the appropriate zone fire lamp. Cause the panels internal buzzer to emit the fire tone. Activate the common fire and auxiliary outputs. Delay the activation of the sounders for a configurable delay of between 1 and 10 minutes in 1 minute steps. If the panel is reset during the delay period, the visual and audible indications and the sounder delay are cancelled. If another fire occurs in a different zone to the first fire, the sounder delay is cancelled and the output circuits activated immediately. False alarm rejection This is an enhanced fire detection algorithm designed to give greater immunity to spurious alarms. The algorithm should only be used in conjunction with recommended detectors to guarantee that the system will reject spurious events but will detect and annunciate real fires within 10 seconds. (EN54-part 2 requirement) When set, the algorithm applies to ALL zones on the panel. 03/ Issue 2

25 Fire Panels Test and configuration To ease testing and configuration of the system it is necessary to gain access to certain functions. NOTE: It is only necessary to enter the access code once, provided the 2 minute timeout is not exceeded between button presses. How to do a Display test If required, enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and display buttons Check that all indicators are lit. How to set the panel to operate Test mode A Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 3 buttons followed by the number of the zone to be placed in test mode. Check that the Test indicator is on and the zone fault indicator is lit. The zone can be tested without an alarm of fire How to set the panel to operate Test mode B Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 4 buttons followed by the number of the zone to be placed in test mode. Check that the Test indicator is on and the zone fault indicator is lit. The zone can be tested with 2 seconds alarm of fire How to cancel Test mode A/B Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 5 buttons followed by the number of the zone to have test mode cleared. The test mode A or B is cancelled Access code AL2 Code : 123 may be used to gain access to the test functions. Depending on how the system is configured it may be necessary to use AL3 code 321 instead of AL2 code. The factory set AL2 and AL3 codes are 123 and 321 respectively on first power-up. If the codes are changed at any time then the power-up codes are not applicable. How to disable a zone Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 1 buttons followed by the number of the zone to be disabled. Check that the appropriate Zone fault indicator and the Disabled indicator are lit. A detected fire in the disabled zone will not cause the panel to go into fire condition. How to enable a zone Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 2 buttons followed by the number of the zone to be re-enabled. The previously disabled zone is re-enabled. How to disable sounders Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 1 buttons followed by 0. Check that the Sounder and Disabled indicators are lit. The Sounder circuits are disabled. How to enable sounders Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 2 buttons followed by 0. The previously disabled sounders are now re-enabled Test and configuration NOTE: It is important to leave the system in a normal operating condition on completion of commissioning. NOTE: The auxiliary contacts do not operate in the Test Modes. How to change AL2 password Enter the AL3 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 9001 buttons in sequence. Check that the system LED is flashing Input the new AL2 access code. How to change AL3 password Enter the AL3 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 9002 buttons in sequence. Check that the system LED is flashing Input the new AL3 access code. How to set to Day/Night mode Enter the AL2 access code. Check that the Access/function lamp is lit. Press the shift and 6 buttons. The Day/Night mode toggles between Day and Night modes each time this operation is performed. When Day mode is selected the Day/Night mode lamp is lit. How to exit from AL2, AL3 or AL4 to AL1 Press the shift button followed by 0 Check that the Access/function lamp is extinguished The panel is now in access level AL Issue /01

26 Test and configuration Fire Panels Condition Test A or B (Normal) Test A (Fire) Test B (Fire) Visual indications Zone Fire (1-8) -Red Zone Fault (1-8) - Yellow Test - Yellow Power - Green Access/ Function - Yellow Signals out Aux Relay contacts Normally deenergised Common fault - Normally active Common fire- Normally deactive On On On On Normal Active Deactive On On On On Normal Active Deactive On On On On Normal Active Deactive Test condition indications 03/ Issue 2

27 Fire Panels Programming Options NOTE: There is a 2 minute timeout on the access levels. If this period is exceeded the code will have to be re-entered. NOTE: In order to access the EEPROM, the EEPROM protection link needs removing, see Figure 14. The default settings of some functions of the panel may be changed to suit site requirements. The following may be changed at AL3 and AL4 (where indicated). The AL3 code is: 321 on first power-up. If the code is changed at any time then the power-up code is not applicable. The AL4 code is This code is for the use of the servicing organisation only. There is a reset code, 2623 which will reset the AL2 and AL3 codes to their default settings. CAUTION: On entering this mode to make changes to the EEPROM the EEPROM remains unprotected until the data is entered. Programming Options the system fault light will flash to indicate that the EEPROM protection link is removed. If further changes are required, the sequence shift followed by 9000 must be re-entered. NOTE: Once the changes have been made, the panel must be powered down and then powered up again for the changes to take place. Changing Default options Whilst the EEPROM is unprotected during programming, Cancel buzzer available at access level 1 (default setting) Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Cancel buzzer available at access level 2 Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Display test available at access level 1 Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Display test available at access level 2 (default setting) Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Test condition available at access level 2 (default setting) Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Test condition available at access level 3 Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Most recent alarm indication is steady state indication (default setting) Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Most recent alarm is a pulsing indication Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Auxiliary output operates in fire and deactivates on reset (default setting) Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Auxiliary output operates in fire and deactivates on reset and silence alarms Enter 3 digit AL3 access code (default = 321), Press Shift, Enter data Issue /01

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