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Table of Contents
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For your information
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1.1
Depiction of steps
8
1.2
Calling up the start menu
8
1.3
Changing language display
9
1.4
Warranty and liability
9
1.5
Copyright
9
2
For your safety
10
2.1
Symbols and notes used
10
2.2
Operating the touch screen
10
2.3
Maintenance
11
2.4
Usage in accordance with regulations
11
2.5
Skills required by personnel
11
3
All functions at a glance
12
3.1
Calling up the start menu
12
3.2
Bypass/Isolate
12
3.2.1
Bypass
12
3.2.2
Isolate
12
3.3
Diagnostics
13
3.4
Maintenance
14
3.4.1
Walktest
14
3.4.2
Change language
15
3.4.3
Activate Outputs
15
3.4.4
Activate the transmission device
15
3.4.5
Detector removal
15
3.4.6
History Log
15
3.4.7
Change device on V.24 Interface
15
3.5
Configuration
16
3.6
Switching to day or night mode
16
3.7
Further functions
17
3.8
Search Function/Element
18
3.9
Reset
18
4
In overview
19
4.1
Operating elements
19
4.2
Display elements
21
4.3
Touch screen
21
4.4
Standby display
23
4.5
Display service department
24
5
Operating principle
25
5.1
Logging on and off
25
5.1.1
Logging in
25
5.1.2
Logging out
26
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Access authorization
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5.3
Calling up the start menu
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5.4
Selecting the menu
26
5.5
Returning to the previous selection
27
5.6
Working with lists
27
5.6.1
Scrolling through lists
28
5.6.2
Various states of list fields
29
5.6.3
Selecting element/function
29
5.6.4
Assigning mode
30
5.7
Search Function/Element
30
5.7.1
Search by name
30
5.7.2
Searching by number
31
5.8
Entering numbers and text
31
5.8.1
Changing an entry
32
5.8.2
Deleting all numbers
32
5.9
Changing language display
32
5.9.1
Entering key combination
32
5.10
Switching between status bars
33
5.11
Logical and physical addressing
33
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Networked panels
34
6.1
Icons on the display
34
6.2
Network addressing
35
6.3
Establishing a remote connection with a networked panel
35
6.4
Terminating a remote connection with a networked panel
36
6.5
Isolating and restricted connection
36
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Remote keypad
37
7.1
Operation and display
37
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Alarm
38
8.1
Types of alarm
38
8.2
Entry delays
39
8.3
Day and night mode
40
8.4
Alarm message to the panel
41
8.4.1
Optical and acoustic signals
41
8.4.2
Displaying the detector zones in alarm state
41
8.4.3
Sequence of the alarm messages
42
8.4.4
Information about logical zones in the alarm state
42
8.4.5
The newest message
42
8.4.6
Displaying the individual detectors in a logical zone
43
8.4.7
Information about individual detectors
43
8.4.8
Displaying additional information
43
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Fire alarm
44
9.1
Optical and acoustic signals
44
9.2
Acknowledging a message
44
9.3
Switching off internal buzzer
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9.4
Switching external signaling devices on and off
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9.5
Resetting external signaling devices and transmission devices
45
9.6
Triggering fire verification
46
9.6.1
Alarm verification
46
9.6.2
Starting time to investigate
46
9.6.3
Triggering alarm manually
47
9.7
Resetting alarm message
47
9.8
Bypassing detectors
48
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Fault message
49
10.1
Calling up fault indication
49
10.2
Trouble message on the panel
50
10.2.1
Acknowledging a message
50
10.2.2
Sequence of the trouble messages
50
10.2.3
Information about malfunctioning element groups
50
10.2.4
The newest message
51
10.2.5
Displaying individual elements of an element group
51
10.2.6
Information about individual elements
52
10.2.7
Displaying additional information
52
10.2.8
Signals
53
10.3
Resetting malfunction message
53
10.4
Isolating an element
53
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Bypass
54
11.1
Menu overview
54
11.2
Bypassing and un-bypassing elements
54
11.3
Displaying and un-bypassing bypassed element groups
55
11.4
Displaying list of all bypassed elements
55
11.4.1
Using the menu
55
11.4.2
Via the status bar
56
11.5
Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer
56
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Isolate
57
12.1
Menu overview
57
12.2
Isolating and de-isolating elements
57
12.3
Displaying list of all isolated elements
58
12.3.1
Using the menu
58
12.3.2
Via the status bar
58
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Diagnostics
59
13.1
Menu overview
59
13.2
Element details
59
13.3
Modules
60
13.4
Hardware
61
13.4.1
Address cards
61
13.4.2
Display
61
13.4.3
Serial Interface
62
13.4.4
CAN-Bus
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Panel Passport
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13.6
LED Test on modules
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13.7
Network
63
13.8
Electro-acoustic systems
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Maintenance
65
14.1
Menu overview
65
14.2
Changing language display
65
14.3
Activate Outputs
66
14.4
Activate Transmission Device
66
14.5
Detector removal
67
14.6
Change device on V.24 Interface
67
14.7
Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer
67
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Maintenance – walktest
68
15.1
Walktest groups
68
15.1.1
Adding or deleting elements
69
15.2
Starting and ending walktest
70
15.2.1
Starting the walktest
70
15.2.2
Ending the walktest
71
15.3
Ending walktest for all elements
71
15.4
Displaying tested or untested elements
71
15.5
Assigning tested elements to a walktest group
72
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Maintenance – history log
73
16.1
Selecting filters
73
16.2
Setting filters
73
16.3
Change Filter
74
16.4
Combining several filters
74
16.5
Status bar functions
74
16.6
Printing out data
75
17
Day and night mode
76
17.1
Switching between day and night mode
76
17.2
Showing details
77
17.3
Changing the time for resetting to night mode
78
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Configuration
79
18.1
Menu overview
79
18.2
Input / Output Group Set Up
79
18.2.1
Adding or deleting elements
79
18.2.2
Change name
81
18.3
Group setting
81
18.3.1
Adding or removing
81
18.4
Detector sensitivity
82
18.5
Operator
83
18.5.1
Change password
83
18.5.2
Change universal password
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18.5.3
Set Default Password
84
18.6
Rename elements
84
18.7
Overview
84
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Further functions
85
19.1
Menu overview
85
19.2
Change Date / Time
85
19.3
Master password
85
19.3.1
Enter the master password that is valid indefinitely
86
19.3.2
Enter the 24-hour master password
86
19.4
Remote Access
86
19.5
Change password
87
19.6
Performing a fire drill
87
19.7
Alarm Counters
88
20
Reset
89
20.1
Menu overview
89
20.2
Resetting elements
89
21
Search Function/Element
90
21.1
Menu overview
90
21.2
Searching for function and device description
90
21.3
Search element
90
Index
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For your information
This operation guide contains important information and notes on operating the FPA-5000
and FPA-1200 fire panels.
Using the step-by-step directions, you can familiarize yourself with the individual functions:
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Section 4 In overview, page 19 provides an overview of the operating and display elements
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In Section 5 Operating principle, page 25, you will learn how to navigate through the
and the touch screen.
individual menus and which selection possibilities are available to you.
Each function is described in detail in an individual chapter.
NOTICE!
In standby mode, the standby screen is displayed. This contains different information
depending on the configuration.
To call up the start menu or change the language display, see Section 5 Operating principle,
page 25.
You will find specific topics in the table of contents. If you are already practiced in the
handling of menus, you can use the overview of all menus in Section 3 All functions at a glance,
page 12.
1.1
Depiction of steps
The sequence of steps that you need to execute a function is depicted as follows:
1.
In the start menu, select Bypass Block.
2.
Bypass
In more detailed form:
1.2
1.
Call up the start menu.
2.
Select Bypass/Isolate.
3.
Select Bypass.
Calling up the start menu
1.
Press the "home" key.
You can use this key to return from any submenu back to the start menu.
NOTICE!
The display changes from each menu element to the standby display if no entries are made
within one minute.
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Changing language display
The panel language can be changed quickly with a shortcut; see the following instruction To
change the panel language using the menu, see Section 5.9 Changing language display,
page 32.
1.
2.
3.
Select the "home" key.
Then press 1 on the alphanumeric keypad immediately after this.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
A list of the existing languages is displayed.
4.
Select the language you require.
The displays are displayed in the selected language.
NOTICE!
After a system reboot following a power cut or battery failure, the default language set in the
FSP-5000-RPS is displayed again.
1.4
Warranty and liability
Warranty and liability claims for personal and property damage are excluded if these were
caused by one or several of the following causes:
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Use of the FPA-5000 and FPA-1200 fire panels contrary to the regulations
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Improper set-up, installation, start-up, operation or maintenance
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Disregarding of the user manual
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Subsequent constructional changes
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Faulty repairs
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Catastrophes, influence of foreign bodies, and force majeure.
Without the permission of Bosch, no changes or additions to or rebuilding of the panel
including the panel controller may be undertaken.
Rebuilding requires written permission. In case of non-approved constructional changes, any
warranty claims against Bosch are voided.
1.5
Copyright
Bosch retains the complete copyright to the whole documentation. Without the express
written permission of Bosch, no part of these documents may be duplicated or transmitted in
any form.
Bosch reserves the right to make changes to this manual without prior notice.
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For your safety
Before using the device, familiarize yourself with these instructions. If you do not read and
understand these explanations, you will not be able to operate the device faultlessly.
The operating instructions do not do away with the need for training by authorized personnel.
NOTICE!
The panel controller may only be operated by trained personnel. See skills required by
personnel.
This operation guide does not contain any general or special knowledge about safety issues.
Information on such issues is only given to the extent that it is needed for operation of the
device.
Ensure that you are familiar with all safety-related processes and regulations in your area. This
also includes how to behave in the event of an alarm and the initial steps to take if a fire
breaks out.
The operation guide should always be available on site. It is a statutory part of the system and
must be given to the new owner if the system is ever sold.
NOTICE!
The personal access code (consisting of user ID and password) must not be made known to
third parties.
2.1
Symbols and notes used
The various chapters only contain whatever safety information and notes are required for
operation of the system. Warning notes and operator guidance notes are displayed in the
appropriate parts of the panel controller display for your benefit.
The following search symbols are used:
CAUTION!
Text fields marked with this symbol contain warnings by which you must abide without fail —
for your own safety as well as that of the people around you
NOTICE!
Text fields marked with this symbol contain useful information to help you operate the FPA5000 and FPA-1200 fire panels.
2.2
Operating the touch screen
Do not use any pointed or sharp objects when operating the touch-sensitive display. This
could damage the surface. Touch the touch screen with your finger (nail) or the stick attached
to the left-hand side of the panel controller.
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Maintenance
Clean the touch screen and membrane keypad with a soft cloth only. If necessary, dampen the
cloth lightly with standard monitor cleaning agents. Do not use any aggressive cleaning agents
and ensure that no liquid enters the inside of the device.
2.4
Usage in accordance with regulations
The panel controller is designed for operating the FPA-5000 and FPA-1200 fire panels. It can
perform the following tasks:
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2.5
Displaying and processing various message types such as alarm and trouble messages
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Bypassing, isolating and resetting elements
–
Performing a walktest
–
Display diagnostic information about every LSN element
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Programming detectors (short texts and detector sensitivity)
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Performing a drill
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Saving, displaying and printing out events
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Switching the system to day or night mode.
Skills required by personnel
Display of event messages on the panel controller must only be processed by trained
personnel.
The system walktest and detector configuration must only be performed by trained,
authorized personnel.
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All functions at a glance
3.1
Calling up the start menu
Press the "home" key to return to the start menu from any submenu.
NOTICE!
The display changes from each menu element to the standby display if no entries are made
within one minute; see also Section 4.4 Standby display, page 23.
3.2
Bypass/Isolate
3.2.1
Bypass
Bypass
-> Bypass
-> Show bypassed devices Select by
Block
Bypass buzzer
Printer
HVAC
Doorholder
Extinguishing
Annunciator
number
Block
NAC
Transmission
device
Detector
Logical zone
system
Bypass group
More...
-> Control element
Interface
module
Show bypassed devices
–
Display of a list of all bypassed elements:
–
Un-bypassing the bypassed elements.
Select by number
3.2.2
Bypass
–
Display of a list of all bypassed elements:
–
Search for an element in a list by entering the number.
–
Un-bypassing or bypassing an element.
Isolate
-> Bypass
Show blocked devices
Block
Select by
Block Group
Printer
Strobe
HVAC
Doorholder
Detector
Extinguishing
Annunciator
number
Block
-> Sounder
Transmission device
system
Logical zone
More...
-> Control element
Interface
module
Show blocked devices
–
Display a list of all isolated elements
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De-isolate isolated elements
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Select by number
3.3
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Display a list of all elements that can be isolated
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Search for an element in a list by entering the number
–
Isolate or de-isolate an element
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
-> Element details
Modules
Hardware
Panel passport
LED test on modules
History log
Network
VAS
Element details
–
All info for one element: Display all diagnostic information about an element on a loop of
an LSN module.
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Info for element group: Select and display specific diagnostic information about several
elements in the selected LSN module.
–
Info for all elements on the module: Select and display specific diagnostic information
about all LSN elements of the selected LSN module.
Modules
–
Module passport: Display diagnostic information for each individual module: production
data, software version, CAD-ID, compatibility.
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Module Compatibility: Display the software version of the selected module in
comparison with the version of the panel software.
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Module status: Display hardware diagnostic data of the selected module.
Only for LSN modules:
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Module status and counters
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Reset counters: Reset the counters that record the frequency with which various events
occur.
Hardware
–
Address cards: Additional display per card slot of the serial number and number of
addresses per card.
–
Display
–
LED test: Test all LED displays on the panel controller. These remain lit for the
duration of approx. five seconds.
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Key test: Test the operativeness of the membrane keypad.
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Display test: Test the operativeness of the display.
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Display touch test: Test the operativeness of the touch-sensitive surface.
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Adjust touch screen (calibration): Adjust the location precision when touching the
touch screen.
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Serial interface: Display statistical data for the transmission.
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CAN bus: Display status of CAN interfaces.
Panel passport
Display diagnostic information such as manufacturing data or software version of the panel
controller.
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LED test on modules
Test LED displays of individual modules and simultaneously test all LED displays.
History log
See Maintenance – history log
Network
Information on availability of other nodes within the system network.
VAS
Information on all connected electro-acoustic systems that are used for voice evacuation
systems.
3.4
Maintenance
Maintenance
-> Walktest
Activate outputs
Change language
Activate
transmission device
Remove detector
History log
Change device
Bypass buzzer
at V.24 interface
3.4.1
Walktest
Start / End walktest
Elements for the walktest are selected in this submenu. The following possibilities are offered
for selection:
–
Select by number:
Display of a list of all elements:
Search for an element in a list by entering the number.
–
Walktest group
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Loop
–
Logical zone
–
Elements
–
Transmission device
–
Control element
–
More...
–
DACT
–
Key deposit
–
Battery
–
Mains power
When the walktest is complete, the following selection options are available:
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Add the tested elements to a different walktest group (Assign tested elements to
walktest group).
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Continue the walktest (No).
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Display tested or untested elements (Not tested, Tested).
Create / Change walktest group
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Deleting or adding individual elements to specified walktest groups.
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Delete all elements in a walktest group.
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Change language
Change the language of the display (Change language).
3.4.3
Activate Outputs
Activate outputs:
–
Select by number:
Display of a list of all controllable elements.
Search for an element in a list by entering the number.
–
Sounder
–
Strobe
–
HVAC
–
More...
Start and terminate activation of the selected elements.
3.4.4
Activate the transmission device
Activate a selected transmission unit (Activate transmission device).
3.4.5
Detector removal
Bypass all sounders and transmission devices for 15 minutes while a detector is being
removed (Remove detector).
3.4.6
History Log
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Filtering and displaying specific data
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Combining various filters
–
Print out all filtered data or a specific part of the data
The following filters are available:
Filter
Data, filtered by...
Without filter
All data
Show all
Display all data with specification of event number, date, time,
Delete filter
element number and message type. Existing filters are
deleted.
3.4.7
Period
Starting date, end date and time
Event types
Message types, such as Fault
Device types
Device types, such as Detectors
Address range
Address range within a system
User commands
Selected function fields such as Acknowledge or Reset
Walktest
Elements switched to walktest mode
Change device on V.24 Interface
Assign a different device to the V.24 interface (Change device at V.24 interface).
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Configuration
Configuration
-> Set input / output groups Set groups
Detector sensitivity
Operator
Rename elements
Overview
Set input / output groups
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Input group or Output group
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Displaying the assigned elements.
–
Add or delete elements.
–
Rename group names.
Set groups
–
Bypass group, isolate group or walktest group
–
Displaying the assigned elements.
–
Add or delete elements.
–
Rename walktest, bypass and isolate groups.
Detector sensitivity
Change the sensitivity of individual detectors or zones. Two selection options are available: a
default sensitivity and an alternative sensitivity assigned in the FSP-5000-RPS programming
software.
Operator
If the same password is used per access level, the following options are offered:
–
Change universal password
The same password can be configured for each access level in the FSP-5000-RPS
programming software. The password for access levels two to four can be changed.
If every user has a different password, the following options are offered:
–
Change operator data
Change a user's password.
–
Set default password
Reset an operator's password to his/her previous password.
Rename elements
Change the description of the elements.
Overview
Information on valid configuration of the system.
3.6
Switching to day or night mode
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Switch to day or night mode
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In day mode: Set the reset time to night mode for the current day.
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Further functions
Further functions
-> Change date / time
Master password
Remote access
Change password
Drill
Alarm counters
Change date / time
Changing time and date
Master password
One of the two options will be offered, depending on how the panel is programmed:
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Entering a master password that is valid indefinitely.
This password cannot be changed and is available from the relevant Bosch branch on
request
–
Entering a master password that is valid for a specified period of time. This password is
only valid for 24 hours and must first be requested; see Section 19.3 Master password,
page 85.
After the password has been entered, various options are offered depending on the
configuration; see Section 18.5 Operator, page 83.
Drill
Start and terminate a fire drill During the drill, fire alarms, trouble messages and home
automation alarms are displayed.
Remote access
Creating a connection to the teleservice.
Change password
Depending on how the panel is programmed, the option of changing the password for every
user is offered.
Alarm counters
–
Display the number of internal and external alarm messages and the number of service
alarms that were reported during the lifetime of the panel.
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Reset the alarm counter for each alarm type
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Search Function/Element
Search
-> Search function
function / element
Go to element
Search function
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Display a list of all functions and device descriptions in alphabetical order.
–
Select a function or device description from the list.
Go to element
Display of a list of all elements that are connected to the system and select an element from
this list in order to display more detailed information.
3.9
–
by logical address: Search for an element in the list by entering the logical addressing.
–
by physical address: Search for an element in a list by entering the physical addressing.
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By description: Search for an element in a list by entering the description.
Reset
Reset
-> Event type
Logical zone
Scope
Detector
This panel
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In overview
This chapter contains information about the following elements of the panel controller:
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Section 4.1 Operating elements
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Section 4.2 Display elements
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Section 4.3 Touch screen
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Section 4.4 Standby display
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Section 4.5 Display service department
1
Alarm
Test
Transmission Device
activated
Bypassed
Bypass
Isolate
Diagnostics
Maintenance
Configuration
Switch to day mode
Further functions
Search Function/
Element
Reset
Transmission Device
bypassed
4
Signals bypassed
2
Power
Fault
Fault System
1
Fault Transmission Device
0
Fire
Fault Signals
0
Control
0
Fault
3
1
2
4.1
0
Bypass
Status
1
Function keys
Alphanumeric keypad
3
4
Key switch
LED display
Operating elements
The operating elements include points 1 - 3.
Function keys
To select a function, press the appropriate membrane key.
The following functions can be executed with the function keys:
Display a list of the networked panels and establish a remote
connection with a networked panel (only valid for FPA-5000) or a
remote keypad.
Display the address of the service department, if programmed.
"Home" key. Call up the start menu.
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Return to the previous selection.
"Key" key. Log in and out: Enter user ID and password.
Temporarily switch off the internal buzzer.
"Left arrow" key. Move the cursor one place to the left on the search
screen.
"Right arrow" key. Move the cursor one place to the right on the search
screen.
"Double arrow" key. Switch between status bars if two or more are
present.
Call up the status bar to scroll rapidly through the lists.
"Enter" key. Confirm an alphanumeric entry.
Confirm an entry that is not confirmed by selecting the OK field on the
touch screen.
Alphanumeric keypad
Entry of letters, special characters, and numbers.
Key switch
The key switch has two programmable key positions. Depending on the configuration, it is
possible to switch between day and night operation, for example.
NOTICE!
Only give the key to people who have been trained to operate the panel controller and who
have knowledge in the area of fire protection. Otherwise, operation may be incorrect and
people may be injured.
To prevent possible misuse, remove the key after operation and store it in a secure location.
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Display elements
LED display
Display
Color
Light signal
Steady Flashes
Alarm
Red
x
Meaning
Panel is in alarm state
Also continuously on in event of Fire
Walktest
Transmission
Yellow x
Red
x
PAS
System is being tested
Transmission device is activated
Device activated
Bypassed
Trans. Dev.
Yellow x
Yellow x
Elements are bypassed and/or isolated
Transmission device is not activated
Yellow x
Green x
Green
Signaling devices are not activated
Panel is operational
Panel controller is booting and is not
disabled
Signals disabled
Operation
Fault
Fault System
Fault
x
Green
Yellow x
Yellow x
Yellow x
x
Yellow
x
yet operational
Power supply fault
Fault message present
Main processor is malfunctioning
Transmission device is malfunctioning
Transmission
Device
Fault Signals
External signaling device
malfunctioning
4.3
Touch screen
1
2
3
1
2
3
Info bar
Menu field
Status bar
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Info bar
As long as an operator is logged in, this symbol will be displayed
on the right-hand side of the info bar.
There is a remote connection with a networked panel or a remote
keypad.
The networked panel is operated from another panel or from a
remote keypad and is blocked for operation.
There is a remote connection between panel A and a networked
panel B or a remote keypad, and panel A is operated
simultaneously from another panel C.
There is a restricted connection to the networked panel or a
remote keypad.
This icon is only displayed on the remote keypad if no connection
has yet been established.
Panel 4 - 1 I Level 4
The network address and the access authorization of the
logged in
operator who has logged in (4) are displayed.
This symbol is displayed if a ground fault occurs in the system.
The names of the selected menus are also listed. Having the
menu path displayed will assist your orientation.
For reasons of space it is not always possible to display the
complete path. The selected menu and the menu you are
currently in are always displayed first.
Example:
The following path is displayed in the Sounder submenu of the
Block main menu:
* Bypass Block\Block\Sounder
Menu field
To select a main menu, touch the corresponding menu field on the touch screen. I
Section 3 All functions at a glance, page 12, there is an overview of all main menus with their
respective submenus.
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Status bar
0
0
8
0
Fire
Control
Trouble
Bypass
Status
This status bar is available on each menu. In addition, other status bars are offered in some
menus; see also Section 5.10 Switching between status bars, page 33:
The leading number specifies the number of elements in the respective state:
Fire
Control
Trouble
Bypass
Elements that have triggered a fire alarm
Elements that are activated
Elements that have reported a fault
Bypassed or isolated elements
In addition it is possible to display an overview of the type and nature of all message types
received by the panel:
Status
Display of a list of the various message and status types and the
number of elements in the respective state
To display the individual elements, touch the relevant field with your finger.
The Control and Trouble status fields are identified by the letters "B" and/or "C":
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"B" means that controllers for type B fire safety equipment (G-B) are affected (e.g.
control elements without acknowledgement).
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"C" means that controllers for type C fire safety equipment (G-C) are affected (e.g.
extinguishing systems).
4.4
Standby display
If the panel is in standby mode, the standby display is shown.
NOTICE!
The display changes from each menu element to the standby display if no entries are made
within ten minutes.
If a gray display is shown, gently touch the touch screen to show the standby display
On the standby display, the following information is displayed:
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Date
–
Time
Night mode
or
Day mode
Depending on the configuration, additional information may be displayed.
In a networked fire detection system, further icons can be displayed in the standby display
depending on the network setting; see Section 6 Networked panels, page 34.
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Display service department
To display the address of the support service, please press:
NOTICE!
Information about the support service is only displayed if the information has already been
entered in FSP-5000-RPS.
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Operating principle
In addition to a brief menu overview, this chapter contains information about the following
points:
5.1
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Section 5.1 Logging on and off, page 25
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Section 5.2 Access authorization, page 26
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Section 5.3 Calling up the start menu, page 26
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Section 5.4 Selecting the menu, page 26
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Section 5.5 Returning to the previous selection, page 27
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Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27
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Section 5.7 Search Function/Element, page 30
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Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31
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Section 5.9 Changing language display, page 32
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Section 5.10 Switching between status bars, page 33
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Section 5.11 Logical and physical addressing, page 33
Logging on and off
To gain access to access levels 2 to 4, it is necessary to log in. The prerequisite is that you
have access authorization.
NOTICE!
To log in, you need a user ID and password.
Depending on your access authorization, you can use only particular functions.
In the following cases, you will be asked to enter a password:
–
–
You are not logged on and want to select a function for which a password is required.
You are already logged in but a higher access authorization is required for the function
you have selected.
5.1.1
Logging in
To log in to the panel controller:
1.
Press the "key" key.
The login window is displayed:
2.
Enter your user ID in the first field.
Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for information on how to enter
numbers.
3.
Enter your password in the second field.
On the display, each digit of the password is indicated with an asterisk so that nobody
else can see the password.
NOTICE!
If you do not have your own password, enter the following numbers: 000000.
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Select OK to confirm the entries or Cancel to cancel the operation.
Refer to Section 19.5 Change password, page 87 for information on how to set up your
own password.
The standby display is shown.
As long as an operator is logged in, the key icon will be displayed on the info bar.
In addition, the user ID of the user who has logged on is displayed on the start page on the
info bar.
NOTICE!
In the FSP-5000-RPS programming software, a time span can be specified after which an
operator who is logged in to the panel controller is logged out.
5.1.2
Logging out
1.
To log out of the panel controller, press the "key" key:
An input window with the request Log off? is displayed:
2.
5.2
Select Yes to confirm the request or No to cancel the operation.
Access authorization
NOTICE!
Depending on your access authorization, you can only use certain functions of the panel
controller.
If you select a function for which a particular access authorization is required and no user with
the appropriate authorization is logged on, you will be asked to enter your user ID and
password.
Access authorizations are assigned for access levels two to four. Only a few functions can be
used on access level one, while all functions can be used on access level four.
To check the access authorization of the person who is logged in, press the "key" key after
logging in:
The relevant access authorization is displayed.
5.3
Calling up the start menu
Press the "home" key to return to the start menu from any submenu.
NOTICE!
The display changes from each menu element to the standby display if no entries are made
within one minute; see also Section 4.4 Standby display, page 23.
5.4
Selecting the menu
In order to select a menu in the start menu, touch the field you require with your finger:
The submenus are displayed.
To select a submenu, gently touch the required field.
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Returning to the previous selection
To return to the previous selection, press the "Back" key:
5.6
Working with lists
3
2
4
5
1
4
1
2
3
List
List field
Search mask
4
5
Arrows
Function fields
In many menus, elements are displayed in lists. The elements are sorted either by description
or address. Up to three different sorting criteria can be offered:
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By description: sorted by description in alphabetical order; addressing also given.
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By number: sorted in ascending orderby numbers (logical or physical addressing);
description also given.
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By number (no description shown): sorted in ascending order by numbers (logical or
physical addressing); the numbers are depicted in number blocks without specification
of the description.
This list is only offered when detectors and logical zones are being selected.
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Example:
To display a list of all existing detectors sorted by description in the Bypass submenu, select
the following in the start menu:
1.
Bypass Block
2.
Bypass
3.
Detector
Three sorting criteria are offered for selection:
1.
–
By description
–
By number
–
By number (no description shown)
Select By description.
A list of all detectors is displayed, sorted in alphabetical order.
5.6.1
Scrolling through lists
On the display, only a limited number of list fields can be displayed.
Select the "up arrow" key to scroll back through a long list:
Select the "down arrow" key to scroll forward through the list:
An arrow is only displayed if scrolling is possible.
Rapid scrolling:
To scroll quickly through a list, press the "double arrow" key on the membrane keypad or on
the status bar of the display.
A scrollbar appears on the status bar:
Gently touch the horizontal line to jump to a particular place.
To jump to the beginning of a list, touch:
To jump to the end of a list, touch:
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Various states of list fields
Various states can be assigned to an element or an element group, depicted by a list field. The
following table provides information about the possible states:
List field
State of
Meaning
list field
normal
Element in normal state
marked
Selected element
Mode assigned
The element was assigned the bypassed mode;
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
seeSection 5.6.4 Assigning mode, page 30.
TEXT
Mode assigned
The selected element has already been assigned
and marked
a particular mode. It is selected in order to reset
it to the original mode;
a bypassed element is unbypassed, for example.
TEXT
R
In reset mode
The resetting of the element is not yet complete.
"Bypass" menu
In the Bypass menu, list fields can display additional information; see the following table:
List field
In the Bypass menu
The bypassed element is in alarm mode.
If it is un-bypassed, it triggers a fire alarm.
TEXT
To display more information, press the right-hand field.
Display a bypass group that consists of several elements.
In order to display a list of all elements of the bypass group,
TEXT
5.6.3
Details
press the right-hand field.
Selecting element/function
To select elements/functions from a list, touch one or more list fields on the touch screen
with your finger.
In order to scroll forward or backward, select the up arrow (back) or the down arrow
(forward):
To scroll quickly using the scrollbar, select the "double arrow" key on the membrane keypad.
The activated list field is marked.
To search for and display a particular element; see Section 5.7 Search Function/Element,
page 30.
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Assigning mode
A mode like Bypassed, Walktest etc. can be assigned to selected elements.
To assign a mode to selected elements, select the corresponding function field.
In the following example, a detector is assigned bypassed mode in the Bypass Block menu:
1.
Select the list fields you require from the list.
The list fields are marked.
2.
Select the Bypass function field.
The detectors are bypassed. The list fields are highlighted in a dark color.
The sand glass icon indicates an entry that is still being processed by the system.
NOTICE!
In the Bypass submenu, the function fields have an additional selection option; see
Section 11.3 Displaying and un-bypassing bypassed element groups, page 55.
5.7
Search Function/Element
In lists, a particular element can be searched for and displayed using the search screen. The
following search criteria are offered:
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By description: The element is searched for in the list by its description.
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By number: The element is searched for in the list by its number.
In some menus, the search function By number (no description shown) is offered.
In the Search function / element main menu, it is possible to search for all elements
connected with the system and all functions offered in the panel controller as well as device
descriptions regardless of which menu they appear in; see Section 21 Search Function/
Element, page 90.
5.7.1
Search by name
To search in the list for a particular element By description, enter the name of the element in
the search screen.
Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 explains how to enter text.
Enter the initial letter and, if necessary, other letters.
The name is automatically completed once it has been uniquely recognized.
The list field of the element you are searching for is displayed at the beginning of the list.
NOTICE!
The more accurately the description of an element in the FSP-5000-RPS programming
software is entered, the more successful the search by name will be.
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Searching by number
To search in the lists By number and By number (no description shown) for a particular
element:
1.
2.
Enter the first digit, for example 1.
Press the "Enter" key to confirm the entry.
If the entry of another number is possible, a second search window is displayed.
NOTICE!
If you are not offered another field, there is no element with the addressing you have searched
for.
3.
Enter the next digit and confirm your entry with the "Enter" key.
4.
If necessary, enter further digits until the number is shown in full.
You must confirm each entry with the "Enter" key.
The list field of the element you are searching for is then displayed at the beginning of the list.
5.8
Entering numbers and text
Key
Character
.,-_0
1
ABCabc2
DEFdef3
GHIghi4
JKLjkl5
MNOmno6
PQRSpqrs7
TUVtuv8
WXYZwxyz9
*
#
You can enter letters and numbers with each of the keys depicted.
Press the corresponding key on the membrane keypad until the required letter or number is
displayed.
NOTICE!
Only numbers can be entered in the search screen for the By number and By number (no
description shown) lists. In the search screen for the list By description, both letters and
numbers can be entered.
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Example: Entering the letter K and the number 4 in the search screen of a list
1.
Press the key:
A sequence of letters and numbers is displayed on the info bar.
2.
Keep pressing the key until the required letter, in this case K, is marked on the info bar. K
is displayed on the search window.
3.
Press the key:
and hold until the 4 on the info bar is marked.
The number 4 is displayed on the search window.
Quick entry:
In order to enter text quickly, press the "Enter" key after entering each letter.
This takes the cursor to the next free character and you can continue with entering the next
letter.
5.8.1
Changing an entry
1.
In order to change a number, press the "left arrow" or "right arrow" keys until the cursor
marks the number in the search screen that is to be replaced.
2.
To overwrite the marked number, press the key with the required number until the
number you require is displayed in the search screen.
5.8.2
Deleting all numbers
1.
In order to delete all numbers in the search screen, press the "left arrow" key until the
cursor marks the first number.
2.
Enter a new number using the number pad.
All numbers up to the digit entered are deleted.
3.
5.9
If you wish to, continue entering the numbers.
Changing language display
There are two ways to select another language display:
5.9.1
–
By entering a shortcut
–
Via a menu selection; see Section 14.2 Changing language display, page 65.
Entering key combination
1.
Select the "home" key immediately followed by the 1 on the alphanumeric keypad. A
query window will appear.
2.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
A list of the existing languages is displayed.
3.
Select the language you require.
The displays will now be shown in the selected language.
NOTICE!
After the system starts up following a power cut or battery failure, the default language
defined in the FSP-5000-RPS programming software is set again.
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Switching between status bars
The status bar offers further functions, display and selection options.
If the "double arrow" symbol is displayed in the status bar, it is possible to switch to the
status bar of the start menu. To do this, press the "double arrow" key on the membrane
keypad.
5.11
Logical and physical addressing
When addressing elements, there is a distinction between logical and physical addressing:
Physical
Elements
Modules
Loop
Element
Numbers
5
1
4
Elements
Zone
Element
Numbers
3
4
Logical
Examples:
Element with physical addressing: 5.1 - 4
Element with logical addressing: 3 - 4
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Networked panels
This subchapter contains information about the additional network functions of a networked
fire detection system. Fire detection systems can only be networked with the FPA-5000.
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Section 6.1 Icons on the display, page 34
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Section 6.2 Network addressing, page 35
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Section 6.3 Establishing a remote connection with a networked panel, page 35
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Section 6.4 Terminating a remote connection with a networked panel, page 36
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Section 6.5 Isolating and restricted connection, page 36: A restricted connection can be
established with a panel that is already operated by another panel (isolating connection).
The following functions cannot be carried out on a panel that is operated by another panel:
–
Bypass
–
Isolate
–
Switch to Walktest
–
Change configuration
You can reset elements and read out the history log.
6.1
Icons on the display
The following icons are displayed in the standby display/info bar/list field of a networked
panel, depending on the type of connection. Further explanations of the icons can be found in
Section 6.3 Establishing a remote connection with a networked panel, page 35.
There is a remote connection between panel A and a networked panel
B or a remote keypad.
The networked panel B is operated from panel A or from a remote
keypad and is isolated for operation.
The networked panel B or a remote keypad, with which panel A has
already established a remote connection, in turn establishes a remote
connection with a networked panel C.
There is a restricted remote connection with a networked panel or a
remote keypad.
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Network addressing
In the case of a networked panel, the network address is also displayed. The network address
consists of a node ID and group ID, which are assigned using the FSP-5000-RPS programming
software.
If, for example, a fault in a detector with network address 1 - 4 is displayed, this means:
6.3
–
Group ID = 1
–
Node ID = 4
Establishing a remote connection with a networked panel
1.
In order to establish a remote connection with a networked panel B from a panel A,
select the "Network" key on panel A.
A list of the networked panels is displayed.
Refer to Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27 for information on how to navigate
through a list.
NOTICE!
The fields in the list are shaded gray until the network is established.
2.
Mark the list field you require.
3.
Select OK and confirm the subsequent query with OK.
A remote connection is established with the panel B you have selected, and the following
icon is displayed in the info bar of panel A:
There is a remote connection between panel A and a networked panel B.
The networked panel B is operated from panel A and is blocked for operation.The
following icon is displayed in the info bar of panel B:
If, in this example, a panel B also establishes a remote connection, in this case with a
panel C, the following icon is displayed:
The networked panel B, with which panel A has already established a remote connection,
in turn establishes a remote connection with a networked panel C.
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Terminating a remote connection with a networked panel
1.
2.
In order to terminate a remote connection with another panel, select the "Network" key.
Confirm the query after terminating the remote connection.
The remote connection is terminated.
6.5
Isolating and restricted connection
All functions can be operated via an isolating connection, with the exception of the following
functions:
–
LED, foil, display and display touch test
–
Adjust touch screen (calibration)
This icon is displayed on those networked panels, in this example panel B, with which another
panel, in this case A, has established an isolated connection.
A panel B, with which a panel A has established an isolating connection, cannot be operated
from another panel C.
However, a panel C can establish a restricted connection with a panel B that is already being
operated from a panel A.
If the connection is restricted, a panel can only be operated in read-only mode. All dialogs can
be accessed in read-only mode and the history log can be read out.
This icon is displayed if there is a restricted connection with a networked panel.
1.
In order to convert a restricted connection into an isolating connection, select the
"Network" key.
2.
Respond to the query concerning the termination of the connection with "No".
3.
Select the isolated panels you require from the list.
4.
Select OK and confirm the subsequent query with OK.
The isolation of the panel is lifted and a restricted connection is established.
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Remote keypad
In the FSP-5000-RPS programming software, the address of a panel to which a connection is
automatically made from the remote keypad can be entered in the dialog regarding the node
of the remote keypad. In addition, further panels with which a connection can be made can
also be assigned.
It is not possible to log out of the automatically assigned connection. A connection can be
established with other panels without any further queries.
7.1
Operation and display
The prerequisite for operating a remote keypad is that an operator with an access
authorization > 1 is logged in. If an operator with access authorization = 1 is logged in, no
LEDs are activated and no messages displayed. If no operator is logged in, only the standby
screen is displayed.
NOTICE!
It is possible to specify in the FSP-5000-RPS programming software that messages are to be
displayed on the remote keypad, even if no operator is logged in.
If the remote keypad is not connected to a panel, the following symbol is displayed on the
standby display and in the status bar:
NOTICE!
In the FSP-5000-RPS programming software, a time span can be specified after which an
operator who is logged in to the panel controller is logged out.
The following functions cannot be executed from the remote keypad via a remote connection:
–
LED, foil, display and display touch test
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Adjust touch screen
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NOTICE!
Information on how to handle a fire alarm can be found in Section 9 Fire alarm.
This chapter contains information about the following points:
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Section 8.1 Types of alarm, page 38
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Section 8.2 Entry delays, page 39
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Section 8.3 Day and night mode, page 40
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Section 8.4 Alarm message to the panel, page 41
Refer to theFire alarmchapter for the following topics:
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Section 9.2 Acknowledging a message, page 44
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Section 9.3 Switching off internal buzzer, page 45
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Section 9.4 Switching external signaling devices on and off, page 45
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Section 9.5 Resetting external signaling devices and transmission devices, page 45
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Section 9.6 Triggering fire verification, page 46
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Section 9.7 Resetting alarm message, page 47
–
Section 9.8 Bypassing detectors, page 48
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration, the manner in which alarm displays are shown and handled
in this guide may differ from the guide on the system.
8.1
Types of alarm
On the panel controller, a distinction is made between the following types of alarm:
–
Fire
–
Heat
–
Smoke
–
Water
–
Supervisory
Depending on the configuration, external transmission devices (e.g. fire department),
signaling devices (e.g. sirens and/or strobes) and fire protection systems (e.g. sprinkler
systems, fire doors) are activated.
NOTICE!
If an alarm delay is programmed for the detector generating the alarm, the alarm signal is not
transmitted immediately and the message can be checked; see Section 8.2 Entry delays.
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Entry delays
To prevent false alarms, it is possible to delay the transmission of the first alarm signal. The
transmission device to the fire department is not activated in this case. During the delay, the
message can be checked to ensure it is correct.
The FSP-5000-RPS programming software can be used to program various strategies for
avoiding false alarms. These strategies are principally used in fire detectors but can also be
assigned to any other detector, depending on how it is programmed.
The programmable alarm delays that can be shown in the panel controller display are
explained below.
Alarm verification
When the alarm message is acknowledged on the panel controller, a time to investigate is
started. During this time, the message in the place where the detector generating the alarm is
located must be checked to ensure it is correct. The duration of the time to investigate can be
freely programmed for every detector. See also Section 9 Fire alarm, page 44 and
Section 9.6 Triggering fire verification, page 46.
If it is determined during the test that the alarm is genuine, an alarm can either be triggered
manually or by activating a manual call point. The transmission device to the fire department
is activated.
Depending on the configuration, a pre-alarm is displayed for the following alarm delays:
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Intermediate alarm storage
If a detector with intermediate alarm storage triggers an alarm, this is displayed as a prealarm on the system. The transmission device to the fire department is not activated. The
detector generating the alarm is reset after the first signal.
The pre-alarm becomes the main alarm if the same detector generates an alarm signal
within a programmable time. The time until a main alarm is triggered is shown on the
display. The transmission devices and signaling devices are activated.
–
Dual-detector dependency
If a detector triggers an initial alarm within a dual-detector dependency, then this is
displayed on the system as a pre-alarm. The transmission device to the fire department is
not activated. The detector generating the alarm is reset after the first signal.
The pre-alarm becomes the main alarm if a second detector in the same logical zone
triggers an alarm. The transmission devices and signaling devices are activated.
–
Dual-zone dependency
If a detector triggers an initial alarm within a dual-zone dependency, then this is
displayed on the system as a pre-alarm. The transmission device to the fire department is
not activated. The detector generating the alarm is reset after the first signal.
The pre-alarm becomes the main alarm if a second detector in a different logical zone
triggers an alarm. The transmission devices and signaling devices are activated.
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NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration, the manner in which the difference between day and night
mode is displayed may differ from that on the system.
Depending on the configuration, an incoming alarm is handled differently in day and night
mode:
Night mode
Night mode has the highest security level. Depending on the configuration, the alarm message
is generally transmitted to the fire department without a delay.
Signaling devices (e.g. sirens) and transmission devices to the fire department or fire
protection systems are activated.
If the transmission device to the fire department is activated, the "Transmission Device
activated" LED display lights up red:
Depending on the configuration, a detector in night mode triggers a pre-alarm if intermediate
alarm storage is used as an alarm delay for this detector.
Day mode
NOTICE!
Depending on the security level in question, not all detectors can be switched to day mode.
Depending on the configuration, a distinction is made between the following possible alarm
delays in day mode:
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Alarm verification
–
Pre-alarm
Depending on the configuration, a pre-alarm is displayed for the following alarm delays:
–
Intermediate alarm storage
–
Dual-detector dependency
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Dual-zone dependency
For a detailed description of the various alarm delays, see Section 8.2 Entry delays.
–
Internal alarm
An alarm that is reported to the panel in day mode. No transmission devices to the fire
department are activated.
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The following description has been written on the basis of a sample fire alarm message.
8.4.1
Optical and acoustic signals
–
The red alarm signal light on the LED display lights up.
–
An internal buzzer sounds; see also Section 9.3 Switching off internal buzzer, page 45.
–
Depending on the configuration, sounders and/or optical signaling devices (e.g. sirens,
strobes) are activated.
If the transmission device to the fire department is activated, the "Transmission Device
activated" signal light lights up red.
8.4.2
Displaying the detector zones in alarm state
The number of messages in question is displayed on the status bar.
NOTICE!
First of all, the logical zones in which one or more detectors have triggered an alarm are listed.
To display the individual detectors, select the logical zone you require. See also
Section 8.4.6 Displaying the individual detectors in a logical zone, page 43.
The individual messages are shown in the display:
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List fields with black background: unacknowledged alarm messages
–
List fields without distinction: acknowledged alarm messages
Logical Zones
NOTICE!
A maximum of four alarm messages can be displayed on the display simultaneously.
Only fields that can be operated are displayed (e.g. Acknowledge and Reset).
If more than four alarm messages have been received, scroll through the list in order to
display the next messages (see Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists).
NOTICE!
The latest message is always displayed at the end of the list.
Display during an alarm
The buttons located beneath the alarm message on the display can be used to initiate the
corresponding actions:
Acknowledge
–
Signals off
Signals on
Reset
Acknowledge: Touch this button to acknowledge all of the alarm messages shown on the
display; see also Section 9.2 Acknowledging a message, page 44.
–
Signals off: Touch this button to switch off activated external signaling devices; see also
Section 9.4 Switching external signaling devices on and off, page 45.
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Signals on: Touch this button to switch on deactivated external signaling devices; see
also Section 9.4 Switching external signaling devices on and off, page 45.
–
Reset: Touch this button to reset all of the alarm messages shown on the display; see
also Section 9.7 Resetting alarm message, page 47.
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Sequence of the alarm messages
The messages are displayed in chronological order.
–
The newest alarm message of a logical zone is always displayed at the end of the list.
–
The first and oldest alarm message of a logical zone is displayed at the beginning of the
list. The next three messages are displayed as you scroll through the list.
NOTICE!
30 seconds after the last entry (e.g. after scrolling through the list), the first and oldest alarm
is displayed at the beginning of the list again.
8.4.4
Information about logical zones in the alarm state
The alarm message contains information about:
–
The element category
–
The message type
–
The address of the detector group
–
The number of detectors that have triggered an alarm in the respective logical zone
–
The message number
–
Depending on the configuration, additional information such as the installation location
Example:
Fire
#001
Zone
00005
Office 1
(6)
Message type
The message type Fire is reported.
Depending on the configuration, the message type may be defined more specifically, e.g. Fire
PAS for a fire alarm with alarm verification.
Address of logical zone
00005: the fifth logical zone triggered the first fire alarm.
Number of detectors
(6): In the fifth logical zone (00005), six detectors (6) triggered a fire alarm.
For logical zones that only consist of one element, no number of detectors is displayed.
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration of the system, either the logical or physical address of the
detector is displayed.
Message number
The alarm messages are numbered chronologically.
The message number in the second line indicates the sequence in which the alarm messages
arrived.
#001: The first alarm message that came in.
Depending on the configuration, additional information is displayed in the second line, such
as the installation location of the logical zone.
8.4.5
The newest message
The latest message is always displayed at the end of the list.
The message number (e.g. #008) of the latest message indicates the total number of logical
zones in which one or more detectors have triggered an alarm.
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Displaying the individual detectors in a logical zone
To display the individual detectors in a logical zone, select the logical zone you require.
The alarm messages for the individual detectors are listed.
8.4.7
Information about individual detectors
Each alarm message contains information about:
–
The element category
–
The message type
–
The detector address
–
The message number
–
Depending on the configuration, additional information such as the installation location
Example:
Fire
#002
Detectors
00005 - 004
Office 1
Message type
Refer to Section 8.4.4 Information about logical zones in the alarm state for information on the
type of message.
Message address
In this example, the following detector has triggered a fire alarm:
0005 - 004: the fourth detector (004) in the fifth logical zone (00005).
If the detector number, in this case (004), is not displayed, this is the alarm message for the
logical zone.
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration of the system, either the logical or physical address of the
detector is displayed.
Message number
For information on the message number (#002), see Section 8.4.4 Information about logical
zones in the alarm state.
Depending on the configuration, additional information is displayed in the second line, such
as the installation location of the detector or the detector type.
To display more information about an alarm message, see Section 8.4.8 Displaying additional
information.
8.4.8
Displaying additional information
NOTICE!
By way of example, an action text can be entered for every detector type in the FSP-5000-RPS
programming software.
To display further information about the individual detectors, select the alarm message you
require.
The following information is displayed:
–
Element category
–
Message type
–
Date and time of the message
–
Physical and logical addressing of the detector
–
Only for LSN detectors: specification of the detector type
–
Action text (depending on the configuration)
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NOTICE!
Detailed information about types of alarms, alarm delays and the panel controller display can
be found in Section 8 Alarm, page 38.
This chapter contains information about the following points:
–
Section 9.2 Acknowledging a message, page 44
–
Section 9.3 Switching off internal buzzer, page 45
–
Section 9.4 Switching external signaling devices on and off, page 45
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Section 9.5 Resetting external signaling devices and transmission devices, page 45
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Section 9.6 Triggering fire verification, page 46
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Section 9.7 Resetting alarm message, page 47
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Section 9.8 Bypassing detectors, page 48
Signaling fire alarms
A fire alarm is signaled optically and acoustically on the panel through:
–
Displaying the logical zones on the display
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Lighting up the "Alarm" LED display
–
An internal buzzer sounds on the system.
NOTICE!
Alarm messages have the highest priority compared with all other message types. If a fire
alarm is reported, the system switches automatically to alarm indication.
9.1
Optical and acoustic signals
–
The red alarm signal light on the LED display lights up
–
An internal buzzer sounds; see also Section 9.3 Switching off internal buzzer, page 45.
–
Depending on the configuration, sounders and/or optical signaling devices (e.g. sirens,
strobes) are activated.
If the transmission device to the fire department is activated, the Transmission Device
activated LED display lights up red:
9.2
Acknowledging a message
There are two ways to acknowledge messages:
–
Select Acknowledge.
Only those alarm messages which are visible in the display are acknowledged.
–
Select a message and then press Acknowledge. Only the selected message is
acknowledged.
NOTICE!
If Go to Acknowledge is displayed, select this field in order to display the messages that have
not yet been acknowledged.
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Switching off internal buzzer
Press the following key to temporarily switch off the internal buzzer:
The internal signal tone is switched off.
9.4
Switching external signaling devices on and off
Sounders and optical signaling devices which have been activated can be switched off.
1.
Select Signals off.
The sounder and/or optical signaling device is switched off. The text of the field changes
to Signals on.
NOTICE!
On the next alarm message, all signaling devices that have been switched off are switched
back on automatically.
2.
To switch the signaling device back on, select Signals on.
The signaling devices are switched on again.
9.5
Resetting external signaling devices and transmission devices
1.
To reset control or transmission devices, select Control in the status bar
NOTICE!
The display automatically changes back to alarm indication after 30 seconds.
To return to alarm indication before 30 seconds have elapsed, select Fire.
2.
Select the signaling device.
Only the activated signaling devices are displayed.
3.
Select one or more list fields.
The list field is marked.
4.
Select Reset.
The control units are reset to the initial state.
In the Control field on the status bar, the number of control elements is reduced by the
number of reset elements.
To reset transmission devices, carry out the same steps, but select Transmission device in
step 1.
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9.6
Triggering fire verification
9.6.1
Alarm verification
The transmission of the alarm is delayed. The alarm message must be checked to ensure it is
correct in the place where the detector generating the alarm is located.
An internal buzzer sounds on the panel. The signaling devices (e.g. sirens) and transmission
device to the fire department are not activated.
The time for checking the fire alarm is called the time to investigate. The duration of this time
can be different for every logical zone. The time to investigate is started if the fire alarm is
confirmed on the panel within the time to acknowledge.
CAUTION!
If another fire alarm is reported during the time to investigate, all alarm messages are
transmitted to the fire department. The time to investigate is canceled.
If a real fire alarm is detected during the on-site inspection, the alarm must be forwarded to
the fire department; see Section 9.6.3 Triggering alarm manually, page 47. Alternatively, a
manual call point can be triggered at the location.
If it is a false alarm, the triggering detector can be reset or bypassed; see resetting alarm
message or bypassing detectors.
CAUTION!
Alarm messages from bypassed detectors are no longer displayed; only faults in these
detectors are displayed.
9.6.2
Starting time to investigate
CAUTION!
The time to investigate is canceled if another alarm is reported within this time. Depending on
the configuration, all alarm messages are forwarded to the fire department in this case.
If there is the possibility of testing, the following time spans are displayed. The counters
count to zero:
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Time to acknowledge The alarm must be confirmed within the specified time span.
–
Time to investigate The alarm must be checked within the specified time span. This time
can be specified differently for each logical zone or detector.
–
Reset possible in : time span after which the detector can be reset. For information on
resetting, see Section 9.7 Resetting alarm message, page 47.
CAUTION!
If the time to acknowledge or the time to investigate is exceeded, the alarm is immediately
forwarded to external stations.
To initiate alarm verification, select Acknowledge within the time shown to confirm the alarm.
CAUTION!
If the alarm is not confirmed within this time, it will be forwarded to external stations.
The time to investigate will be displayed. The alarm verification is initiated.
Test the fire alarm onsite within the specified time.
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CAUTION!
If a second alarm is triggered during the alarm verification, all alarm messages are
automatically forwarded to external stations.
If, after conclusion of the alarm verification, a second alarm comes in — assuming alarm
verification is also possible for this alarm — then a time to investigate is initiated automatically
again.
9.6.3
Triggering alarm manually
CAUTION!
If, during the check, a real fire alarm is detected, then this alarm to the panel must be
manually forwarded to external stations such as the fire department. Alternatively, a manual
call point can be triggered at the location.
1.
2.
To forward the alarm to external stations, select Manual alarm.
Select OK to confirm the operation.
The alarm is forwarded to the fire department:
In the LED display, the "Transmission Device activated" signal light turns red.
9.7
Resetting alarm message
NOTICE!
The detector can only be reset once the Reset time has elapsed; generally after half of the
time to investigate.
When an element is reset, its initial status is restored. The activation of transmission devices
such as fire department or extinguishing devices is reset.
Depending on the configuration, three different variants are offered for resetting:
–
Standard
Resetting all message types of the same message type:
All types of messages within the selected message type, such as Fire, are reset.
–
–
Resetting all elements that are not in the normal state
Displaying a submenu with four different selection options
Each displayed component can be reset individually:
–
This panel
To reset all elements that are not in the normal state
–
All elements in this event
to reset all elements that have triggered a fire alarm, for example
–
Logical zone
a list of the logical zones is displayed
–
Detector
a list of the detectors is displayed
To reset an alarm message, select either
–
Reset on the message display
or
–
The alarm message and Reset in the detailed view:
Depending on the variant that is offered (see above), all elements that are not in the
alarm state or all types of message within the same message type are reset.
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If different elements are offered for resetting:
1.
Select an element. At the menu items Zone and Detector, a list with all the logical zones
and detectors concerned appears.
2.
Select the list field you require. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to scroll forward and backward through a list.
The list field is marked.
3.
Select Reset.
The selected element / element group is reset.
TEXT
R
If a list field is marked with an R, the process of resetting is not yet complete for this element.
If an element cannot be reset, it will continue to be displayed in the list.
After the successful resetting of all elements, the standby display is displayed.
9.8
Bypassing detectors
To bypass a detector that has triggered an alarm:
1.
Select the alarm message you require.
2.
Select Bypass.
NOTICE!
The system does not transmit any information as to whether it was possible to bypass the
selected element. To monitor the operation, please check the element.
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Fault message
This chapter contains information about the following points:
10.1
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Section 10.1 Calling up fault indication, page 49
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Section 10.2 Trouble message on the panel, page 50
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Section 9.3 Switching off internal buzzer, page 45
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Section 10.3 Resetting malfunction message, page 53
–
Section 10.4 Isolating an element, page 53
Calling up fault indication
NOTICE!
If a fire alarm is reported, the system automatically switches to alarm indication.
To return to the fault indication, select Fault on the status bar.
In the event of a fire alarm, the display automatically switches back to the alarm indication
after 30 seconds.
To display the fault messages from the alarm indication or any other menu, select the
following on the status bar:
–
Fault: A list of all reported fault types and the number of faulty elements are displayed.
–
Status: A list of all current messages, grouped by message type, is displayed. The number
of elements is also given in each case.
To display the fault messages, select the message category you require — in this case,
Fault.
0
0
8
0
Fire
Control
Trouble
Bypass
Status
CAUTION!
If a message does not have to be reset, it is removed from the display as soon as the fault has
been rectified.
NOTICE!
If individual elements that are combined with other elements in a group are malfunctioning,
the respective element group is displayed first of all. To display the individual elements, select
the element group you require. See also Section 10.2.5 Displaying individual elements of an
element group, page 51.
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10.2
Trouble message on the panel
10.2.1
Acknowledging a message
There are two ways to acknowledge messages:
–
Acknowledging all displayed messages:
–
Acknowledging an individual message:
Select Acknowledge.
First select the message and then press Acknowledge.
Element groups
Logically addressed logical zones are displayed in a list.
List fields with black background indicate unacknowledged fault messages.
List fields without distinction indicate acknowledged fault messages.
NOTICE!
A maximum of four fault messages can be displayed on the display at any time.
Only fields that can be operated are displayed (e.g. Acknowledge and Reset).
To display further fault messages, scroll down through the list. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling
through lists, page 28 for information on how to scroll through a list.
The next four fault messages are displayed.
10.2.2
Sequence of the trouble messages
The messages are displayed in chronological order.
NOTICE!
15–30 seconds after the last entry (e.g. after scrolling through the list), the first and last fault
message is displayed at the beginning of the list again.
10.2.3
Information about malfunctioning element groups
The trouble message contains information about:
–
Element category
–
Message type
–
Address of the element group
–
Number of individual elements that have caused a fault in the respective element group
–
Message number
–
Additional information (e.g. the installation location, depending on the configuration)
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Example:
Fault
#001
Zone
00005
Office 1
(6)
Element category:
Different detectors in one logical zone
Message type:
Fault
Address of element groups 00005: The fifth logical zone caused the first fault.
Number of individual
(6): In the fifth logical zone (00005), six detectors caused a
elements
fault. For element groups that only consist of one element, the
number of elements is not displayed.
Message number
The fault messages are numbered chronologically.
The message number in the second line indicates the sequence
in which the fault messages were received.
001: The first and oldest fault message received.
Installation location of the
Office 1
logical zone
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration of the system, either the logical or physical address of the
element is displayed.
10.2.4
The newest message
The newest message is displayed at the end of the list.
NOTICE!
15–30 seconds after the last entry (e.g. after scrolling through the list), the first and oldest
fault message is displayed at the beginning of the list again.
10.2.5
Displaying individual elements of an element group
To display the individual elements in an element group, select the element group you require.
The fault messages of the individual elements are listed.
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Information about individual elements
The trouble message contains information about:
–
Element category
–
Message type
–
Element address
–
Message number
–
Additional information (e.g. the installation location, depending on the configuration)
Example:
Fault
#002
Transmission device 00026-
004
Cafeteria
Element category:
Transmission device
Message type:
Fault
Element address
The following transmission device has caused a fault:
0005 - 004: The fourth transmission device (004) in the 26th
group (00026).
Message number
The fault messages are numbered chronologically.
The message number in the second line indicates the sequence
in which the fault messages were received.
002: The second fault message to be received.
Installation location of the
Cafeteria
element
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration of the system, either the logical or physical address of the
element is displayed.
To display more information about an alarm message, see Section 10.2.7 Displaying additional
information, page 52.
10.2.7
Displaying additional information
To display further information about the individual elements, select the fault message you
require.
NOTICE!
The information displayed is entered in the FSP-5000-RPS programming software.
The following information is displayed:
–
Element category
–
Message type
–
Date and time of the message
–
Physical and logical addressing of the element
–
Only for LSN detectors: specification of the detector type
–
Action text (depending on the configuration)
Select OK to return to the list of all fault messages. Reset, see Section 10.3 Resetting
malfunction message, page 53.
Block, see Section 10.4 Isolating an element, page 53.
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Signals
Optical signals
An internal buzzer sounds on the panel and the "fault" signal light turns yellow.
Depending on the type of fault, an additional yellow signal light lights up (see also
Section 4.2 Display elements, page 21):
–
Fault System
–
Fault Transmission Device
–
Fault Signals
Acoustic signal
An internal signal tone sounds on the system.
To temporarily switch off the internal buzzer:
Press the "Signal tone off" key.
The internal signal tone is switched off.
10.3
Resetting malfunction message
CAUTION!
If a message does not have to be reset, it is removed from the display as soon as the fault has
been rectified.
Depending on the configuration, three different variants are offered for resetting; see
Section 9.7 Resetting alarm message, page 47.
There are two ways to reset a fault message:
–
Select Reset in the message display or
–
Select the fault message and then press Reset in the detailed view
The selected element/element group is reset.
If a list field is marked with an "R", the process of resetting is not yet complete for this
element.
TEXT
R
If an element cannot be reset, it will continue to be displayed in the list.
After the successful resetting of all elements, the standby display is displayed.
10.4
Isolating an element
In order to isolate an element that has caused a fault:
1.
Select the fault message you require.
2.
Select Block.
CAUTION!
The system does not transmit any information as to whether it was possible to isolate the
selected element. To monitor the operation, check the element.
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Bypass
This chapter contains information about the following points:
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Section 11.2 Bypassing and un-bypassing elements, page 54
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Section 11.3 Displaying and un-bypassing bypassed element groups, page 55
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Section 11.4 Displaying list of all bypassed elements, page 55
–
Section 11.5 Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer, page 56
WARNING!
Bypassed detectors: Alarm messages from bypassed detectors are no longer displayed, only
faults.
Isolated detectors: Isolated detectors are not analyzed.
11.1
Bypass
Menu overview
-> Bypass
-> Show bypassed devices Select by
Block
Bypass buzzer
Printer
HVAC
Doorholder
Extinguishing
Annunciator
number
Block
Signalling devices
Transmission
device
Detector
Logical zone
system
Bypass group
More...
-> Control element Interface
module
11.2
Bypassing and un-bypassing elements
Select the element you require in the submenu.
NOTICE!
Partly bypassed elements, such as loops or bypass groups, can be displayed and completely
bypassed; see Section 11.3 Displaying and un-bypassing bypassed element groups, page 55.
NOTICE!
The menu structure may be different depending on the configuration in FSP-5000-RPS.
Example:
To bypass a detector, select the following in the start menu:
1.
Bypass Block
2.
Bypass
3.
Detector
Various sorting criteria are displayed. See also Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27.
4.
Select a selection criterion, e.g. By description.
A list of the detectors is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28
for information on how to scroll forward and backward through the list.
5.
Select the required list fields.
The list fields are marked.
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Select Bypass.
The selected elements are bypassed.
In the Bypass field on the status bar, the number of bypassed elements is increased by
two elements.
To un-bypass the elements again, repeat all previous steps, but select Un-bypass in step 6.
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration and the structure of the panel, it is possible that signaling
devices cannot be bypassed individually but only all at once. In this case, the NAC All list field
is offered in step 4 instead of the selection list.
11.3
Displaying and un-bypassing bypassed element groups
1.
There are two ways to display all partly or completely bypassed loops, logical zones etc.:
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Select Bypass on the status bar
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In the start menu, select Bypass Block.
A list of various states is displayed. Or
2.
Select either Bypassed or Bypass and then Show bypassed devices.
A list of various element categories is displayed.
The listed number displays the number of bypassed elements or element groups in the
relevant element category.
3.
Select the list field you require, e.g. logical zone.
4.
Select:
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Partly bypassed to display all partly bypassed logical zones;
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Completely bypassed to display all completely bypassed logical zones.
Depending on which option you select, all partly bypassed or fully bypassed logical zones
will be displayed. The number in parentheses, e.g. (5) specifies the number of bypassed
elements.
To un-bypass all elements in one or more logical zones, select the logical zone you
require and select Un-bypass.
11.4
Displaying list of all bypassed elements
There are two ways to display a list of all bypassed elements:
11.4.1
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Section 11.4.1 Using the menu, page 55
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Section 11.4.2 Via the status bar, page 56
Using the menu
To display a list of all bypassed elements, select the following in the start menu:
1.
Bypass Block
2.
Bypass
3.
Show bypassed devices
A list of various element categories is displayed.
The listed number displays the number of bypassed elements or element groups in the
relevant element category.
4.
Select the element category you require, e.g. Detector.
A list of all bypassed detectors is displayed:
To un-bypass bypassed elements:
1.
Select the element you require.
2.
Select Un-bypass.
The element is un-bypassed.
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Via the status bar
To display a list of all bypassed elements:
1.
Select Bypass on the status bar.
A list of various states is displayed.
2.
Select Bypassed.
A list of various element categories is displayed.
The listed number displays the number of bypassed elements or element groups in the
relevant element category.
3.
Select the list field you require, e.g. Detector.
A list of all bypassed elements is displayed.
To un-bypass bypassed elements:
11.5
1.
Select the elements you require.
2.
Select Un-bypass.
Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer
In order to prevent an acoustic warning tone being sent to the panel during maintenance
work, for example, the panel's internal buzzer can be permanently bypassed.
To bypass the internal buzzer, select the following in the start menu:
1.
Bypass Block
2.
Bypass
3.
More...
4.
Bypass buzzer
The buzzer is bypassed and the text on the user interface changes to Unbypass buzzer.
To un-bypass the buzzer again, select Unbypass buzzer in step 4.
NOTICE!
If you switch the internal buzzer off permanently, no acoustic signal will sound on the panel in
the event of an alarm or fault!
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Isolate
This chapter contains information about the following points:
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Section 12.2 Isolating and de-isolating elements, page 57
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Section 12.3 Displaying list of all isolated elements, page 58
CAUTION!
Bypassed detectors: Alarm messages from bypassed detectors are no longer displayed, only
faults.
Isolated detectors: Isolated detectors are not analyzed.
12.1
Bypass
Menu overview
-> Bypass
Show blocked devices
Block
Select by
Block Group
Printer
Strobe
HVAC
Doorholder
Detector
Extinguishing
Annunciator
number
Block
-> Sounder
Transmission device
system
Logical zone
More...
-> Control
Interface
element
12.2
module
Isolating and de-isolating elements
Select the element you require in the submenu.
Example:
To isolate a detector, select the following in the start menu:
1.
Bypass Block
2.
Block
3.
Detector
Various selection criteria are displayed. See also Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27.
4.
Select a selection criterion, e.g. By description.
A list of the detectors is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28
for information on how to scroll forward and backward through the list.
5.
Select the required list fields.
The list fields are marked.
6.
Select Block.
The selected elements are isolated.
To de-isolate the elements again, repeat all previous steps, but select Un-block in step 6.
C
A C after a detector means that this detector is part of a closed group and cannot be isolated
individually. In order to isolate a detector marked in this way, please select Logical zone in
step 3.
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Displaying list of all isolated elements
There are two ways to display a list of all isolated elements:
12.3.1
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Section 12.3.1 Using the menu, page 58
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Section 12.3.2 Via the status bar, page 58
Using the menu
To display a list of all isolated elements, select the following in the start menu:
1.
Bypass Block
2.
Block
3.
Show blocked devices
A list of various element categories is displayed.
The listed figure indicates the number of isolated elements or element groups in the
relevant element category.
4.
Select the element category you require, e.g. Detector.
A list of all isolated detectors is displayed.
To de-isolate isolated elements:
1.
2.
Select the element you require.
Select Un-block.
The element is de-isolated.
12.3.2
Via the status bar
To display a list of all isolated elements:
1.
Select Bypass on the status bar.
A list of various states is displayed.
2.
Select Blocked.
A list of various element categories is displayed.
The listed figure indicates the number of isolated elements or element groups in the
relevant element category.
3.
Select the list field you require, e.g. Detector.
A list of all isolated elements is displayed.
To de-isolate isolated elements:
1.
2.
Select the element you require.
Select Un-block.
The element is de-isolated.
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Diagnostics
This chapter contains information about the following points:
–
Section 13.2 Element details, page 59:
Diagnostic information about an LSN module and about elements of a selected LSN
module
–
Section 13.3 Modules, page 60:
Diagnostic information (software version) and hardware diagnostic data about modules
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Section 13.4 Hardware, page 61
Information about released addresses, statistical data for the transmission, and the
execution of display tests
–
Section 13.5 Panel Passport, page 62
Diagnostic information about the panel controller
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Section 13.6 LED Test on modules, page 63
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History log;
Testing the LED display of modules
see Section 16 Maintenance – history log, page 73
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Section 13.7 Network, page 63
Information on the availability of other nodes within the system network
–
Section 13.8 Electro-acoustic systems, page 64
Diagnostic information about a connected voice alarm system (VAS)
13.1
Menu overview
Diagnostics
13.2
-> Element details
Modules
Hardware
Panel passport
LED test on modules
History log
Network
VAS
Element details
To display diagnostic information about the elements in a particular module:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Element details
A list of the LSN modules is displayed.
NOTICE!
The numbers before the module names indicate the slot of the module on the panel.
3.
Select the list field you require.
On the display, various possibilities for selection are offered:
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Select:
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All info for one element to display all diagnostic information about an element on
one loop of an LSN module.
–
Info for element group to display particular diagnostic information about several
elements of the selected LSN module.
–
Info for all elements on the module to display particular diagnostic information
about all LSN elements of the selected LSN module.
The subsequent procedure for all three selection possibilities will be presented by means
of an example. The other two possibilities deviate only slightly from this.
Example:
1.
Select Info for element group.
A list of the elements of the selected LSN module is displayed.
2.
Select the required list fields.
The list fields are marked.
3.
Select Yes.
A list of various data types is displayed.
4.
Select the field you require.
The field is marked.
The data of each selected element is requested.
5.
Select Start.
To cancel the operation, select Cancel.
A status bar appears.
13.3
6.
Select the arrow keys to display further information.
7.
Select Refresh to update data if necessary.
Modules
To display diagnostic information about a particular module:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Modules
Two different lists are offered.
3.
Select a list, e.g. By number. Refer to chapter Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists,
page 28 for information on how to scroll through a list.
A list of all used modules is displayed.
4.
Select the list field you require.
A list of various information options is displayed:
–
Module passport
–
Module Compatibility
–
Module status
For an LSN module, the following selection fields are also offered:
5.
–
Module status and counters
–
Reset counters
Select the information option you require, e.g. Module status.
Diagnostic information about the module status is displayed.
A status bar appears.
6.
Select the arrow keys to display further information.
7.
Select Refresh to update data if necessary.
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To display information about the released addresses:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu.
2.
Hardware
3.
Address cards
The information is displayed.
A status bar appears.
13.4.2
4.
Select the arrow keys to display further information.
5.
Select Refresh to update data if necessary.
Display
Five different functions are offered:
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LED test: Test the LED display.
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Key test: Test the operativeness of the membrane keypad.
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Display test: Test the operativeness of the display.
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Display touch test: Test the operativeness of the touch-sensitive surface.
–
Adjust touch screen (calibration): Adjust the location precision when touching the touch
screen.
LED test
To test the LEDs in the LED display:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Hardware
3.
Display
4.
Select LED test.
For the duration of approx. five seconds, all LEDs on the LED display light up.
Key test
To test the functionality of the membrane keypad:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Hardware
3.
Display
4.
Key test
5.
Press one or more keys on the membrane keypad.
The selected keys on the membrane keypad are depicted on the touch screen.
If a key is pressed twice, this key is shown with a black background. Press the key again
to display it without distinction.
6.
Select Stop key test to end the foil test.
Display test
To test the functionality of the display:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Hardware
3.
Display
4.
Select Display test.
Line by line, the display turns a dark color from the top to the bottom and then changes
again from black to white.
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Display touch test
To test the functionality of the touch-sensitive surface:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Hardware
3.
Display
4.
Select Display touch test.
5.
Touch the touch screen.
A crosshair appears at the touched place.
Press the "back" function key to end the operation.
Adjust touch screen (calibration)
To adjust the press precision when touching the touch screen:
13.4.3
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
Hardware
3.
Display
4.
Adjust touch screen
5.
Carry out the steps shown on the display.
Serial Interface
Select Serial interface to display the statistical data for the transmission.
13.4.4
CAN-Bus
Select CAN bus to display the status of CAN interfaces.
13.5
Panel Passport
Select Panel passport to display the following diagnostic information:
–
Module
–
Address
–
CAN ID
–
Production date
–
BOM revision
–
PCBA material number
–
Material number
–
Software version
–
Build type
–
Build number
–
MAC address
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LED Test on modules
To test the LED display of selected modules:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
LED test on modules
A list of various selection criteria is offered:
–
Select LED test all modules to test the LED display of all modules.
–
Select By number or By type to test the LED display of individual selected modules.
Example
To test the LED displays of an LSN 300 module:
1.
Select By type.
A list of all module types is displayed.
2.
Select the LSN 300 module.
A list of all LSN 300 modules is displayed.
3.
Select the list field(s) you require.
The list fields are marked.
4.
Select Activate LEDs.
The LEDs are activated for the duration of approx. five seconds.
NOTICE!
The numbers before the module names indicate the slot of the module on the panel.
13.7
Network
All networked nodes that can be reached via the node currently being operated, in this
example node 1, and that are recognized within the system network are displayed under
Node.
Node
CAN1
CAN2
ETH1
SER1
USB1
2
1
0
0
0
0
3
2
0
0
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
CAN1 to USB1 designate the interfaces on the currently operated panel node. In this example,
it is the node 1 interfaces.
The number of nodes that need to be passed in order to reach the preceding node in the list is
entered underneath the interfaces (CAN1 to USB1). In the table, node 3 under the CAN1
interface has been assigned the value 2, as the distance from node 1 to node 3 is 2 nodes
including the target node; see illustration. A value = 0 means that the node cannot be reached
via this interface.
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1.1
1.4
CAN 1
CAN 2
CAN 1
CAN 2
CAN 1
CAN 2
CAN 1
CAN 2
LEDs
1.3
1.2
The following interfaces are designated:
–
CAN 1 interface
–
CAN 2 interface
–
Ethernet
–
Serial Interface
–
USB 1 interface
A node number from 1 to 32 can be assigned to panels. All numbers above 240 (241-255) are
assigned dynamically and used, for instance, for an OPC server or a PC with FSP-5000-RPS
software.
13.8
Electro-acoustic systems
To display a list of all connected electro-acoustic systems that are used for voice evacuation:
1.
Select Diagnostics in the start menu
2.
VAS
A list of the available electro-acoustic systems is displayed.
To display information on an available electro-acoustic system:
1.
Touch one of the systems displayed in order to select it. The following information is
displayed:
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Emergency (yes/no)
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Failure (yes/no)
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Internal supervision (yes/no)
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Supervision time (sec).
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Boot up phase is finished (yes/no)
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Failure at Controller (yes/no)
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Failure at Router (yes/no)
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Maintenance
This chapter contains information about the following points:
14.1
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Walktest: see Section 15 Maintenance – walktest, page 68
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Section 14.2 Changing language display, page 65
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Section 14.3 Activate Outputs, page 66
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Section 14.4 Activate Transmission Device, page 66
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Section 14.5 Detector removal, page 67
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Section 14.6 Change device on V.24 Interface, page 67
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History Log: see Section 16 Maintenance – history log, page 73
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Section 14.7 Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer, page 67
Menu overview
Maintenance
-> Walktest
Activate outputs
Change language
Activate
transmission device
Remove detector
History log
Change device
Bypass buzzer
at V.24 interface
14.2
Changing language display
NOTICE!
The fastest way to change the language display is via a shortcut; see also Section 5.9 Changing
language display, page 32.
There are two ways of selecting a different language display:
–
Making a selection via the menu
–
Entering a shortcut; see Section 5.9 Changing language display, page 32.
NOTICE!
After the system starts up following a power cut or battery failure, the default language
defined in the FSP-5000-RPS programming software is set again.
Making a selection via the menu
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Change language
A list of the languages which can be selected is displayed.
3.
Select the language you require.
The displays are displayed in the selected language.
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Activate Outputs
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Activate outputs
Various element categories are displayed.
3.
Select a category or Select by number and enter the number of the element into the
search screen; see also Section 5.7 Search Function/Element, page 30
4.
5.
Select the required list fields. The list fields are marked.
Select On to activate the selected signaling devices.
The selected signaling devices are activated.
6.
7.
Select All to activate all signaling devices.
To end activation of the selected elements, repeat the same steps but select Off in
step 5.
NOTICE!
In the HVAC element category, the Auto function field is also offered. Select this function field
to assign automatic mode to a fan, for instance.
14.4
Activate Transmission Device
To activate a transmission device:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Activate transmission device
A list of the elements is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27 for
information on how to navigate through a list.
3.
Select the required list fields.
The list fields are marked.
4.
Select On.
The selected transmission devices are activated:
To end activation of the selected elements:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Activate transmission device
3.
Select the list fields of the activated transmission devices.
4.
Select Off.
The transmission devices are no longer activated.
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Detector removal
NOTICE!
To remove a detector, all acoustic signals and transmission devices are bypassed for 15
minutes. They are automatically un-bypassed when the 15 minutes are up.
The acoustic signals can also be manually un-bypassed before the 15 minutes are up.
To remove a detector:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Remove detector
3.
Select OK to confirm the request. The following message appears:
All signaling and transmission devices will be inoperative for %d min
%d is used as a placeholder for the time that was defined in the FSP-5000-RPS
programming software, e.g. 15 minutes. The counter then counts from 15 minutes to zero
minutes. The detectors can be removed during this time.
To switch the signaling devices back on before the 15 minutes are up:
1.
Select Restore manually disabled outputs.
When the 15 minutes are up, the panel emits a brief signal tone and the start menu is
displayed.
14.6
Change device on V.24 Interface
On the V.24 interface, other devices can be optionally assigned in addition to a permanently
assigned device.
NOTICE!
After the system starts up following a power cut or battery failure, the permanently set-up
device is assigned to the V.24 interface again.
To assign a different device to the V24 interface:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Change device at V.24 interface
A list of devices is displayed.
3.
Select the element you require in the display.
4.
Change the device on the V.24 interface.
The device is ready for operation.
14.7
Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer
In order to prevent an acoustic warning tone being sent to the panel during maintenance
work, for example, the panel's internal buzzer can be permanently bypassed.
To bypass the internal buzzer, select the following from the start menu:
1.
Maintenance
2.
Bypass buzzer
The buzzer is bypassed and the text on the user interface changes to Unbypass buzzer.
To un-bypass the buzzer again, select Unbypass buzzer in step 2.
NOTICE!
If you switch the internal buzzer off permanently, no acoustic signal will sound on the panel in
the event of an alarm or fault!
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Maintenance – walktest
This chapter contains information about the following points:
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Section 15.1 Walktest groups, page 68
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Section 15.2 Starting and ending walktest, page 70
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Section 15.3 Ending walktest for all elements, page 71
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Section 15.4 Displaying tested or untested elements, page 71
–
Section 15.5 Assigning tested elements to a walktest group, page 72
A walktest is indicated by a yellow LED display on the panel.
CAUTION!
Alarm or fault messages from detectors switched to walktest are not forwarded to
transmission devices or extinguishers.
NOTICE!
If a signaling device is activated during a walktest, it emits a different signal tone to the one it
emits in the alarm state.
15.1
Walktest groups
The following options are available for switching elements to walktest:
–
Select individual elements from lists and/or
–
Select previously defined walktest groups consisting of at least one element.
There are 12 pre-defined walktest groups. The number of possible walktest groups is
predefined: January to December.
Example:
Detectors which are to be tested in May, can be grouped together in a group called May.
New elements can be added to a group, and elements that have already been added can be
removed.
NOTICE!
Even if the elements in a group (e.g. January) have been completely deleted, this group will
still be displayed in the list.
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Adding or deleting elements
In order to add elements to a walktest group or remove elements from it:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Walktest
3.
Create / Change walktest group
A list of the walktest groups is displayed.
4.
Select a walktest group, e.g. February.
You can choose from a number of options:
–
Delete all: Delete all elements in the selected group.
–
Show / Change: Display all elements in the selected walktest group and delete
individual elements.
–
Add: Display all elements that have not yet been assigned to a walktest group, and
add individual elements.
–
Cancel: Cancel the operation.
NOTICE!
The deleted elements are assigned to the Unassigned elements group.
To change the name of the walktest group, see Section Change name, page 70.
Toggle function
New elements can be added and existing elements deleted in every submenu.
Add
When one of the function fields is selected, the display changes and a new function can be
performed.
+
New
Select this function field to add one or more new elements.
Only those elements which have not been assigned to any walktest group yet will be
displayed.
Various element categories are displayed.
1.
Select the category you require.
A list of elements is displayed. See also Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27.
2.
Select an element.
The element is marked.
3.
Select Add.
The selected element is added to the group.
Delete
Old
Select this function field to delete one or more elements.
Only elements from the selected walktest group are displayed.
1.
Select an element.
The element is marked.
2.
Select Delete.
The selected element is deleted from the group.
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Example:
1.
Select Show / Change.
To delete one or more element(s) from the selected group:
2.
Select one or more list fields.
The list fields are marked. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to navigate through a list.
3.
Select Delete.
The element is deleted from the selected group. The list field is no longer displayed.
In order to add new elements:
1.
Select New.
The display changes. Various element categories containing elements which have not
been assigned to any walktest group yet are displayed.
2.
Select the element category you require.
3.
Select one or more list fields.
The list fields are marked.
4.
Select Add
The selected element is added to the selected walktest group.
Change name
To change the name of the input or output group:
1.
Overwrite the name; see Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31.
2.
Select OK.
The new name is confirmed.
15.2
Starting and ending walktest
NOTICE!
The information about the date and time of every walktest is stored in the history log. You can
print this information on a printer. See Section 16 Maintenance – history log, page 73.
15.2.1
Starting the walktest
To select the elements for the walktest and to switch them to walktest:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
Walktest
3.
Start / End walktest
Various element categories are displayed.
4.
Select:
–
More... to display further categories or
–
to select one of the displayed categories or
–
Select by number and enter the number of the element into the search screen; see
also Section 5.7 Search Function/Element, page 30.
NOTICE!
If you select the element category Loop, Logical zone, Detector or Walktest group, you will
be asked to select the type of walktest. Select Sequential walktest to check each individual
sensor (optical, chemical or thermal) of the detectors you are testing, or select Simultaneous
walktest to test combination detectors using a test device with combined trigger substances
for simultaneous testing of multiple sensors.
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Example:
1.
2.
Select Walktest group.
Select Sequential walktest or Simultaneous walktest
A list of walktest groups is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists,
page 28 for information on how to navigate through a list.
3.
Select the list field you require.
The field is marked.
4.
Select On.
The selected walktest group is switched to walktest.
15.2.2
Ending the walktest
To end the walktest for this walktest group:
15.3
1.
Mark the selected walktest group.
2.
Select Off.
Ending walktest for all elements
To end the walktest for all walktest groups and elements:
1.
Select End from the status bar.
Various possibilities are offered on the display:
2.
Select Yes in order to end the walktest for all walktest groups and elements.
Select No to cancel the operation and return to the previous display.
The walktest is ended for all walktest groups.
15.4
Displaying tested or untested elements
NOTICE!
You can choose to display either the untested or tested elements in the current walktest.
Select Exit from the status bar.
The following options are offered for the walktest currently being performed:
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Select Not tested to display the elements that showed no reaction during the test or that
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Select Tested to display the elements that were tested and showed a reaction.
have not been tested.
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Assigning tested elements to a walktest group
NOTICE!
Only those elements in the current walktest that have been tested can be assigned to a
different walktest group.
On completion of the walktest, you can assign the tested elements to a different walktest
group (for the next walktest, for example):
1.
Select Exit from the status bar.
Various possibilities are offered on the display:
Select Assign tested elements to walktest group to assign the tested elements from the
current walktest to a walktest group for the next walktest:
A list of the walktest groups is displayed.
2.
Select a walktest group from the list. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists,
page 28 for information on how to navigate through a list.
Two possibilities are offered on the display:
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Select Add to walktest group to assign the tested elements from the current
walktest to a selected walktest group.
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Select Overwrite walktest group to replace the elements in the selected walktest
group with the tested elements from the current walktest.
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Maintenance – history log
In the history log, all data about particular events or device types is stored sorted by date and
time. To display only particular data, filters can be set.
In addition to a menu overview, this chapter contains information about the following points:
16.1
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Section 16.1 Selecting filters, page 73
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Section 16.2 Setting filters, page 73
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Section 16.3 Change Filter, page 74
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Section 16.4 Combining several filters, page 74
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Section 16.5 Status bar functions, page 74
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Section 16.6 Printing out data, page 75
Selecting filters
The following filters are available:
Filter
Data, filtered by...
Without filter
All data
Show all
Display all data with specification of event number, date, time,
Delete filter
element number and message type. Existing filters are
deleted.
Period
Starting date, end date and time
Event types
Message types, such as Fault
Device types
Device types, such as Detectors
Address range
Address range within a system
User commands
Selected function fields such as Acknowledge or Reset.
Walktest
Elements switched to walktest mode
If one or more filters have been set, the Change filter field in the status bar is highlighted in a
dark color.
16.2
Setting filters
To display only particular data, a filter can be set.
Example:
To display only data that was stored in connection with a particular event, such as Fault:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
History log
3.
Select the Event types filter.
A list of all event types is displayed.
4.
Select a list field, for instance Fault.
In the status bar, the Change filter field has a black background. See also
Section 16.3 Change Filter, page 74.
5.
Select Show in history log.
A list of all fault messages is displayed. The events are sorted in ascending order by date
and time.
The fault messages are numbered chronologically.
The leading number indicates the sequence in which the fault messages were received.
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Change Filter
On each filter menu, another filter can be set using the status bar:
1.
Select Change filter from the selection bar below.
The various filters are displayed.
2.
Select one of the filters displayed.
A list with filtered data is displayed.
16.4
Combining several filters
It is possible to set several filters and to display all filtered data in a list:
To combine the Device types filter with the Message types filter:
1.
Select Maintenance from the start menu
2.
History Log
3.
Select a filter, e.g. Device types.
4.
Select Change filter in the selection list.
5.
Select the desired device types from the displayed list.
6.
Repeat steps 4 to 5 until all desired filters have been selected.
To display all filtered data of the combined filters:
7.
16.5
Select Show filter result.
Status bar functions
The following functions are offered:
To switch to the status bar on the start page, press the "double
arrow" key in the status bar or on the membrane keypad.
Change filter
If the field has a black background, a filter has been set. Select
this field to set a different filter.
Go to no.
Enter the number of a specific event.
The event with the selected number is displayed at the start of
the list.
Go to day
Enter a date.
All events with the selected date are displayed in the list.
Print
Print the complete displayed list or only a part of it.
Exit
End the entry and switch to the menu overview of the
Maintenance menu.
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Printing out data
Either the complete list or a specific part of it can be printed out.
To print out data that is displayed on a list:
1.
Select Print on the status bar.
Two possibilities are offered:
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Entire list: the complete list is selected.
To print the list, continue with step 6.
–
Define range: an exact range is defined within the list.
The following two possibilities are available to specify the area of the list to be printed
out:
2.
–
Limit the number of events, counted from the newest event.
–
Specifying a particular area via the entry of the event numbers.
Select Define range.
Two possibilities are offered on the display.
3.
Activate the checkbox in front of one of the two options:
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Number of events to be printed starting from latest event:
For the printout, enter a particular number of events, counted from the most recent
event.
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Event numbers to be printed:
To print out a particular range, specify by entering event numbers.
A checkmark is placed in the selection field.
4.
Enter the numbers you require.
To enter a number, see Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31.
5.
Select OK to confirm the entry.
A list of the printers that can be selected is displayed.
6.
7.
Select a printer.
Select Print.
The list is printed.
Event numbers
To display the event numbers again:
1.
Select Show event numbers.
2.
To exit the display, press the "Back" key.
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Day and night mode
This chapter contains information about the following points:
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Switching between day and night mode
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Changing the time for resetting to night mode
The manner in which an incoming alarm is handled depends on whether the system is in day
or night mode; see Section 9 Fire alarm, page 44.
CAUTION!
Night mode is the highest security level as every incoming alarm is forwarded to external
stations.
NOTICE!
Depending on the security level in question, not all detectors can be switched to day mode.
The following symbols on the status bar or standby display show which mode the panel is
switched to. In the case of networked panels, "Day Mode" is displayed until all networked
panels have been switched to night mode. While one panel is still in day mode, the day mode
icon is also displayed on all other panels.
Night mode
Day mode
NOTICE!
Please note that following a transmission fault it may be necessary to synchronize the day/
night mode of the other panels manually in order for the current mode to be displayed
correctly.
17.1
Switching between day and night mode
NOTICE!
Depending on the programming, the panel automatically switches from day to night mode at
the preset time.
It is only possible to switch to day mode manually.
There are two ways to switch between day and night mode:
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Switching over via the menu
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Switching over via the menu
Depending on which mode the panel is switched to, Switch to day mode or Switch to night
mode is displayed in the start menu.
1.
2.
The panel is in night mode: Select Switch to day mode to switch to day mode:
Confirm your selection with Switch to day mode.
The panel is switched to day mode.
To cancel the operation, select Cancel.
If the panel is in day mode, select Switch to night mode to switch to night mode.
Switching via the status bar
The panel is in night mode. To switch it to day mode:
1.
Press
2.
Select Switch to day mode to confirm the selection or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The panel is in day mode. To switch it to night mode:
17.2
1.
Press
2.
Select Switch to night mode to confirm the selection or Cancel to cancel the operation.
Showing details
It is possible both in day and night mode to display a list of all logical zones on the panel that
are currently switched to day mode.
To display a list of all detector groups in day mode
1.
In the start menu, select Switch to day mode or Switch to night mode, depending on
which mode the panel is currently in, or select the "day mode" or "night mode" icon on
the status bar.
2.
Select Show details.
A list of all logical zones that are switched to day mode is displayed.
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Changing the time for resetting to night mode
CAUTION!
After the system starts up following a power cut or battery failure, the default set back time in
FSP-5000-RPS is reset.
NOTICE!
Depending on the configuration, the set back time can be changed. It is only possible to make
a change for the current day. It is only possible to make a change if a specified time has
already been set for the current day in the programming software.
The set back time can be changed in day or night mode.
To change the time for resetting in night mode:
1.
On the status bar, select
or
select Switch to day mode in the start menu.
2.
Select Change time.
3.
Enter the numbers you require.
Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for information on how to enter
numbers.
4.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The entries are confirmed.
To change the set back time in day mode to night mode:
1.
On the status bar, select
or
select Switch to night mode in the start menu.
2.
3.
Select Change time.
Enter the numbers you require.
Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for information on how to enter
numbers.
4.
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This chapter contains information about the following points:
18.1
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Section 18.2 Input / Output Group Set Up, page 79
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Section 18.3 Group setting, page 81
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Section 18.4 Detector sensitivity, page 82
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Section 18.5 Operator, page 83
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Section 18.6 Rename elements, page 84
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Section 18.7 Overview, page 84
Menu overview
Configuration
18.2
-> Set input / output groups Set groups
Detector sensitivity
Operator
Rename elements
Overview
Input / Output Group Set Up
Input and output groups can be created using the FSP-5000-RPS programming software:
Input groups consist of several detectors and/or logical zones;
Output groups consist of signaling devices and transmission devices.
Specify which input group activates which output group by using the programming software.
The following can be carried out on the panel controller:
18.2.1
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Elements can be added to, or removed from input or output groups.
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Input or output groups can be renamed.
Adding or deleting elements
Input group
In order to add elements to an input group or remove elements from it:
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Set input / output groups
3.
Input group
Two different lists are displayed. See Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27.
4.
Select a list, e.g. By description.
A list of the various input groups is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through
lists, page 28 for information on how to navigate through a list.
5.
Select the list field you require.
The list field is marked.
You can select various options:
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Delete all: Delete all elements in the selected input group.
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Show / Change: Display all elements in the selected input group and delete
individual elements.
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Add: Display all elements that have not yet been assigned to an input group, and add
individual elements.
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Cancel: Cancel the operation.
To change the name of the input group, see Section 18.2.2 Change name, page 81.
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Output group
To display the elements in an output group and to delete or add elements, repeat the steps
shown in the example for the input group (Section 18.3.1 Adding or removing, page 81), but
select Output group in step 3.
Toggle function
New elements can be added and existing elements deleted in every submenu.
When one of the function fields is selected, the display changes and a new function can be
performed.
Add
+
New
Select this function field to add one or more new elements.
Only those elements that have not yet been assigned to an input group will be displayed.
Various element categories are displayed.
1.
Select the category you require.
A list of elements is displayed. See also Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27.
2.
Select an element.
The element is marked.
3.
Select Add.
The selected element is added to the group.
Delete
Old
Select this function field to delete one or more elements.
Only elements from the selected input group are displayed.
1.
Select an element.
The element is marked.
2.
Select Delete.
The selected element is deleted from the group.
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Example:
1.
Select Show / Change.
To delete one or more element(s) from the selected group:
2.
Select one or more list fields.
The list fields are marked. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to navigate through a list.
3.
Select Delete.
The element is deleted from the selected group. The list field is no longer displayed.
In order to add new elements:
1.
Select New.
The display changes. Various element categories containing elements which have not
been assigned to any walktest group yet are displayed.
2.
Select the element category you require.
3.
Select one or more list fields.
The list fields are marked.
4.
Select Add
The selected element is added to the selected walktest group.
18.2.2
Change name
To change the name of the input or output group:
1.
2.
Overwrite the name; see Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31.
Select OK.
The new name is confirmed.
18.3
Group setting
Bypass, isolate and walktest groups can be created using the FSP-5000-RPS programming
software.
Each group can consist of one or more element(s).
You can use the panel controller to carry out the following:
18.3.1
–
Adding elements to or removing elements from bypass, isolate and walktest groups.
–
Renaming bypass, isolate and walktest groups.
Adding or removing
Bypass Group
In order to add elements to a bypass group or remove elements from it:
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Set groups
3.
Bypass group
Two different sorting criteria are displayed. See also Section 5.6 Working with lists,
page 27.
4.
Select a list type, e.g. By number.
A list of all bypass groups is displayed. The number in brackets specifies the number of
elements in the bypass group in question. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists,
page 28 for information on how to scroll forward and backward through the list.
5.
Select the list field you require.
You can choose between various options. To add elements to a group or remove
elements from it, see Section 18.3.1 Adding or removing, page 81.
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Isolate Group
To display the elements in an isolate group and to delete or add elements, repeat the steps,
but select Block Group in step 3.
Walktest Group
To display the elements in a walktest group and to delete or add elements, see
Section 15.1 Walktest groups, page 68.
18.4
Detector sensitivity
CAUTION!
Detector sensitivity is automatically reset to the default setting
–
When the entire panel or the individual detector/logical zone is reset
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When the detector is replaced
Two different sensitivities can be assigned to detectors and logical zones in the FSP-5000RPS programming software — a default setting and an alternative setting.
It is possible to switch between the default and alternative setting on the panel controller.
To change the setting:
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Detector sensitivity
Various lists are offered. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to scroll forward and backward through a list.
3.
Select one of the detector or logical zone lists that are offered.
A list of elements is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to scroll forward and backward through the list.
Depending on the list you have selected, enter the number or the name of the element
into the search screen, Section 5.7 Search Function/Element, page 30.
4.
Select the list field you require, e.g. a logical zone in this case.
Two settings are displayed: There is a checkmark in the selection field in front of the
active setting.
5.
Select the selection field of the detector sensitivity you require.
A checkmark is set in this field.
6.
Select OK to confirm the selection or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The selected detector sensitivity is confirmed for the detector.
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Operator
Depending on whether the same password is used per access level, or whether each user has
a different password, one of the following two options is offered:
If the same password is used per access level:
–
Change universal password: The same password can be specified for each access level
via the FSP-5000-RPS programming software. This means that all operators with access
authorization for the second level receive the same password, for example. The password
for access levels two to four can be changed.
If each user uses a different password:
–
–
Change operator data: Change the password of an operator.
Set default password: Reset an operator password to the following number sequence:
000000.
NOTICE!
The password must contain at least one character.
18.5.1
Change password
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Operator
3.
Change operator data
A list of all operators is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28
for information on how to scroll forward and backward through a list.
4.
5.
Select the list field you require.
Enter a new password. Repeat the new password in the bottom field again.
On the display, each digit of the password is indicated with an asterisk so that nobody
else can see the password. Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for
information on how to enter figures or text.
6.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The entry is confirmed.
18.5.2
Change universal password
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Operator
3.
Change universal password
4.
Depending on the access level for which the password is to be changed, select the list
field you require.
5.
Enter a new password and repeat the entry in the bottom field again.
On the display, each digit of the password is indicated with an asterisk so that nobody
else can see the password.
6.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The entry is confirmed.
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Set Default Password
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Operator
3.
Set default password
A list of all operators is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28
for information on how to scroll forward and backward through a list.
4.
Select the list field you require.
The list field is marked.
5.
Select Reset.
The operator’s password is reset to his/her previous password.
18.6
Rename elements
To change the name an element:
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Rename elements
A list of all elements is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to scroll forward and backward through a list.
3.
Select the list field you require.
An entry screen is displayed.
4.
Enter a new name. Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for information
on how to enter text.
5.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The event with the new name is displayed on the list.
18.7
Overview
To display important information on the valid configuration of the system:
1.
Select Configuration in the start menu
2.
Overview
The following information is displayed:
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Date
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Configuration version (Config. version)
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Number
–
Name
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IP address
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Scope
–
Country
–
Time zone
–
Menu name
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Further functions
This chapter contains information about the following points:
19.1
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Section 19.2 Change Date / Time, page 85
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Section 19.3 Master password, page 85
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Section 19.4 Remote Access, page 86
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Section 19.5 Change password, page 87
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Section 19.6 Performing a fire drill, page 87
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Section 19.7 Alarm Counters, page 88
Menu overview
Further functions
19.2
-> Change date / time
Master password
Remote access
Change password
Drill
Alarm counters
Change Date / Time
To change the date and time:
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Change date / time
3.
Touch the field you require and enter a new value.
Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for information on how to enter
figures or text.
4.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The new values for date and time are accepted into the system.
19.3
Master password
NOTICE!
With the master password, all functions can be operated and passwords and names can be
changed.
One of the two options will be offered, depending on how the panel is programmed:
–
Entering a master password that is valid indefinitely.
This password cannot be changed and is available from the relevant Bosch branch on
request.
–
Entering a master password that is valid for a specified period of time.
This password is only valid for 24 hours. The panel controller can issue a number on
request. This number must be forwarded to the Support department. The Support
department can then issue a 24-hour password; see Section 19.3.2 Enter the 24-hour
master password, page 86.
NOTICE!
The Support department can be reached on the following number: +49 (0)89-62 90 18 88.
Business hours:
–
Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm
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Friday from 8 am to 4 pm
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After the password has been entered, various options are offered depending on the
configuration; see Section 18.5 Operator, page 83.
19.3.1
Enter the master password that is valid indefinitely
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Master password
3.
Enter the master password. Refer to Section 5.8 Entering numbers and text, page 31 for
information on how to enter figures or text.
4.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
The master password is accepted and the operator is logged in.
The user passwords can now be changed:
Select Change password.
Depending on the configuration, additional options may be offered. See also
Section 18.5 Operator, page 83.
19.3.2
Enter the 24-hour master password
The following procedure must be followed in order to obtain a 24-hour master password:
The panel controller generates a number on request. The operator forwards this number to
the relevant NSO by telephone. The NSO gives the user a password which is only valid for 24
hours.
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Master password
3.
Create number
4.
Request password
A number is displayed.
5.
Give the number issued by the system to the Support department.
6.
Once you have received the 24-hour password from the Support department, select
Enter password!.
7.
Enter the password.
The 24-hour master password is accepted and the user is logged on.
Change password
To change passwords, select Change password.
Depending on the configuration, additional options may be offered. See also
Section 18.5 Operator, page 83.
19.4
Remote Access
NOTICE!
If another menu is called up while the connection to the Remote Access is still active, the
following text is displayed: RAM active.
To blank out the text, touch the screen.
The text re-appears every 30 seconds for as long as the Teleservice connection remains active.
To create a connection to the teleservice:
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Remote access
3.
Enable call
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Select Call back to restore the connection with the Remote Access center.
Active is displayed when a connection has been made to the Teleservice.
To disconnect the connection, select Stop RAM.
19.5
Change password
NOTICE!
If all operators with the same access authorization have the same password, this function
cannot be used.
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Change password
A list of all operators is displayed.
Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for information on how to navigate
through a list.
3.
Select the list field you require.
4.
Enter the password.
On the display, each digit of the password is indicated with an asterisk so that nobody
else can see the password.
19.6
5.
Enter a new password and repeat the entry in the bottom field again.
6.
Select OK to confirm the entry or Cancel to cancel the operation.
Performing a fire drill
During a drill, all signaling devices are activated.
CAUTION!
If a genuine alarm is reported during a fire drill, the fire drill is abandoned. The fire drill can
only be restarted when the alarm is ended.
To start a drill:
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Drill
3.
Confirm Start drill with OK
The drill is started.
To end the drill, select Stop drill.
During the fire drill, fire alarms, fault messages and supervisory alarms are displayed.
To switch between the fire drill display and the message display in question, select Return to
message screen or Return to drill screen on the status bar.
If an alarm or a fault/supervisory alarm is sounded during a fire drill, the panel controller
reacts as described in the table below:
Fire alarm
Fault/
supervisory alarm
The drill signaling devices are
Yes
No
Yes
No
switched off.
The drill is automatically
terminated.
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Fault/
supervisory alarm
Display switches to
Alarm indication
Fault indication
Fire drill after event ends
Must be restarted
Continue
manually
A new function cannot be selected until the fault/supervisory alarm and/or the fire drill have
been completed.
19.7
Alarm Counters
Show Lifetime Event Counters
During the lifetime of the panel, the following alarm messages are counted:
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External alarm: all fire messages
–
Internal alarm: all alarm messages that the panel receives in day mode
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Walktest alarm: all messages from detectors switched to walktest
To display the number of alarm messages which have been counted so far:
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Alarm counters
The figure after the message type shows the number of messages counted so far.
Reset counters
You can reset the alarm counter for individual alarm types to 0.
To reset alarm counters
1.
Select Further functions in the start menu
2.
Alarm counters
3.
Mark the alarm counter you require (e.g. external alarm)
4.
Select Reset
5.
Confirm the message "Attention: Counter will be reset" with OK to reset the alarm
counter to 0 or select Cancel to cancel the operation.
NOTICE!
In order to reset alarm counters, you need authorization level 4.
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This chapter contains information on how to reset elements.
During resetting, the selected elements are reset to the initial state.
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Event type: Display a list of all message types. The message types can be reset for the
entire Scope.
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Scope: Depending on the Scope set in FSP-5000-RPS, the current panel, all panels in a
group or all the panels in the entire network are reset.
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Logical zone
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Detector
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This panel: All elements of the panel that are not in standby mode are reset
NOTICE!
If the Scope refers to one panel (local), the list fields This panel and Scope have the same
function.
20.1
Menu overview
Reset
-> Event type
Logical zone
Scope
Detector
This panel
20.2
Resetting elements
To reset a detector or logical zone, for example:
1.
Select Reset in the start menu.
2.
Select the element you require.
3.
Select the detector or zone. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for
information on how to navigate through a list.
4.
Select the required list fields.
The list fields are marked.
A list of the detectors or zones is displayed.
5.
Select Reset.
The selected elements are reset.
NOTICE!
As long as the elements are still in the process of resetting, no other entries can be made.
If a list field is marked with an R, the process of resetting is not yet complete for this element:
TEXT
R
If an element cannot be reset, it will continue to be displayed in the list.
After the elements have been reset, the standby display is displayed.
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This chapter contains information about the following points:
21.1
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Section 21.2 Searching for function and device description, page 90
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Section 21.3 Search element, page 90
Menu overview
Search
-> Search function
function / element
Go to element
21.2
Searching for function and device description
To search for a function or a device:
1.
Select Search function / element in the start menu
2.
Search function
A list of all functions and device descriptions is displayed.
Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28 for information on how to navigate
through a list.
3.
Select the list field you require.
The submenu of the selected function or device description is displayed.
21.3
Search element
To search for an element which is connected to the system:
1.
Select Search function / element in the start menu
2.
Go to element
Three different lists are offered. See also Section 5.6 Working with lists, page 27.
3.
Select a list, e.g. By description.
A list of the detectors is displayed. Refer to Section 5.6.1 Scrolling through lists, page 28
for information on how to navigate through a list.
4.
Select the list field you require.
Different selection fields may be offered for the selected element (e.g. OK, Bypass).
What is displayed depends on:
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the message types (e.g. fault, alarm etc.) that can be assigned to this element.
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the mode (e.g. bypassed, reset etc.) that the selected element is in.
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Symbols
"Double arrow" function key 20
"Enter" function key 20
"Key" function key 20
"Left arrow" function key 20
"Right arrow" function key 20
A
Access authorization 25, 26
Activate Outputs 66
Activate Transmission Device 66
Adjust Touch Position 62
Alarm Counters 88
Alarm delay 39
Alarm message 41
Alarm message, information 42
Alarm message, sequence 42
Alarm verification 39, 46
Alarm, displaying further information 43
Alarm, individual detector 43
Alarm, logical zones 41
Alarm, message number 42
Assigning tested elements to a walktest group 72
B
Build number 62
by description 27
by number 27
by Number (no Description shown) 27
Bypass group, adding elements 81
Bypass group, removing elements 81
Bypassing detectors 48
Bypassing elements 54
Bypassing/Un-bypassing buzzer 56, 67
C
Calibration 62
Calling up the start menu 8, 12, 26
CAN ID 62
CAN-Bus 62
Change Date / Time 85
Change operator data 83
Change password 83, 87
Change universal password 83
Changing entry 32
Changing language display 9, 32, 65
Changing time for resetting to night mode 78
Checking access authorization 26
Configuration version 84
Country 84
D
Day mode 40, 76
Day/night mode, showing details 77
Day/night mode, switching 76
Default language 65
De-isolating elements 57
Deleting numbers 32
Description, search by 30
Detector removal 67
Detector sensitivity 82
Diagnostics 59
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Diagnostics, address cards 61
Diagnostics, All info for one element
60
Diagnostics, element details 59
Diagnostics, Info for all elements 60
Diagnostics, Info for element group 60
Diagnostics, modules 60
Display elements 21
Display Test 61
Display touch test 62
Displaying bypassed element groups 55
Dual-detector dependency 39
Dual-zone dependency 39
E
Ending the walktest 71
Enter Password 25
Enter the 24-hour master password 86
Enter the master password that is valid indefinitely 86
Entering numbers 31
Entering text 31
F
Fault message 50
Fault message, acknowledging 50
Fault message, further information 52
Fault message, information about element group 50
Fault message, information about elements 52
Fault message, latest message 51
Fault message, resetting 53
Fault message, sequence 50
Fault, element group 49
Fault, signals 53
Finished Good Material Number 62
Fire 38
Fire alarm, acknowledging message 44
Fire alarm, signaling 44
Foil Test 61
Function keys 19
G
Ground fault 22
Group setting 81
H
Heat 38
History log, changing filter 74
History log, combining filters 74
History log, event numbers 75
History log, filter 73
History log, printing out data 75
History log, setting filter 73
History log, status bar functions 74
I
Icons, networking 34
Input / Output Group Set Up 79
Input group, adding elements 79
Input group, deleting elements 79
Input/output group, changing name 81
Interfaces 63
Intermediate alarm storage 39
IP Address 84
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Isolate Group 82
isolated elements, displaying list 58
Isolating an element 53
Isolating connection 36
K
Key switch 20
L
LED display 21
LED test 61
LED Test on modules 63
List fields, states 29
List, assigning mode 30
List, select 29
Lists 27
Lists, scrolling 28
Logging in 25
Logging out 26
Logical addressing 33
M
MAC Address 62
Master password 85
N
Network 63
Network addressing 35
Networking, establish remote connection 35
Networking, terminating remote connection 36
Night mode 40, 76
Node number 64
Number, search by 31
O
Operating elements 19
Operator 83
Optical/acoustic signals 41
Output group, adding elements 80
Output group, deleting elements 80
Overview 84
P
Panel Passport 62
Password, default setting 25
PCB Material Number 62
PCBA Revision Level 62
Performing a fire drill 87
Physical addressing 33
Production Date 62
Q
Quick entry of text and numbers 32
R
Remote keypad 37
Remote keypad, display 37
Remote keypad, operation 37
Rename elements 84
Reset counters 88
Resetting alarm message 47
Resetting external signaling devices 45
Resetting, detectors 89
Resetting, elements 89
Resetting, message type 89
Resetting, scope 89
Resetting, this panel 89
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Resetting, zone 89
Restricted connection 36
S
Scope 84
Search Function/Element 30
Search mask 30
Searching, device description 90
Searching, element 90
Searching, function 90
Selecting the menu 26
Serial Interface 62
Set Default Password 83, 84
Show Lifetime Event Counters 88
Smoke 38
Standby 8
Standby display 23
Standby screen 8
Starting the walktest 70
Starting time to investigate 46
Status bar 23
Steps 8
Supervisory alarm 38
Support service, address 24
SW Version 62
Switching external signaling devices off 45
Switching external signaling devices on 45
Switching off internal buzzer 45
Switching status bars 33
T
Time to acknowledge 46
Time to investigate 46
Time zone 84
Touch screen 10, 21
Triggering alarm manually 47
Triggering fire verification 46
Types of alarm 38
U
Un-bypassing bypassed element groups 55
Un-bypassing elements 54
V
V.24 interface 67
W
Walktest Group 82
Walktest groups 68
Walktest groups, adding elements 69
Walktest groups, deleting elements 69
Walktest, displaying tested elements 71
Walktest, displaying untested elements 71
Water 38
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