RAPIER-6510 External Sounder Elmdene International Ltd

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Elmdene International Ltd
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3 Keel Close, Interchange Park,
Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO3 5QD, UK
RAPIER-6510 External Sounder
- High Integrity Polished Stainless Steel,
- High Efficiency Operation
-10mA standby,
-180mA sounding
- Low Power LED Twin Strobe
- Comfort LEDs
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Battery and Piezo Test with Fault Output
Remote Test Input
Ring Line Monitoring
Silent Engineer Start-up
Integral EOL Tamper Resistors
Spirit Levels for Ease of Installation
Audible Tamper to Assist Commissioning
Selectable Sound Cut-off Timer
Full SAB Capability
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FEATURES
The RAPIER-6510 sounder is a high specification warning device designed for use in installations
requiring the highest levels of security protection. With its high quality stainless steel cover the RAPIER6510 is ideal where product integrity is fundamental. The contemporary appearance of the highly
polished cover delivers an aesthetically pleasing look in every installation. The RAPIER-6510 fully meets
the requirements of EN50131-4 as a self-powered warning device for external applications at Security
Grade 3.
OPERATION
The RAPIER-6510 sounder is used for notification of an alarm condition as generated within an intruder,
hold-up or other alarm system. In response to commands from the alarm system control panel, the
sounder will emit a high intensity sound and/or operate a visual flash.
The RAPIER-6510 will detect any attempt to gain unauthorised access to the sounder by removal of the
cover, or any attempt to remove it away from its mounting surface. This will generate a tamper signal
which is normally fed back to the alarm control panel. Integrity of the Trigger Command (Ring Line)
connection is constantly monitored and will cause the unit to self activate if loss of connection is
detected, with R- HOLD link NOT fitted the unit will also report a tamper to the control panel.
The RAPIER-6510 is classified a self powered sounder and has an on-board battery which is recharged
via the external power source. This battery is used to operate the sounder if the external power is
removed. The sounder can be configured to self actuate (SAB Mode ON) in the event that a tamper
condition is detected or the external power to the sounder is removed.
Every 24 hours the RAPIER-6510 performs a self test to check the integrity of its on-board battery, its
battery charging circuit and its piezo transducers. If an error condition is detected, a fault signal is
generated. This is normally connected back to the control panel. This self-test can be triggered at any
time by a Remote Test command sent from the control panel. An on-board diagnostic LED guides the
maintenance engineer to the source(s) of the fault.
To assist with commissioning, the RAPIER-6510 has an Engineer Mode to provide silent start-up and
Tamper Tones that indicate the correct closure of the tamper detection switches.
Two Comfort LEDs are used to provide a heart-beat type visual indication when the Rapier is not
sounding. These may be disabled.
FUNCTIONAL INFORMATION
Tamper Circuit for Single or Multiple Cascade Installations
The RAPIER-6510 sounder has provision for inclusion of an end of line resistor in the tamper circuit for
both single (Figure 1) and multiple cascade installations (Figure 2). In cascade installations with two or
more sounders, the TS (Tamper Source) will normally be connected to the TR (Tamper Return) of the
next sounder except for the last unit which will have TS linked to H-. Only ONE end-of-line resistor
should be selected in the last sounder, all other units should have 0Ω selected.
Engineer Mode
This selects silent start-up and silent maintenance. The ENG input may be brought back to the control
panel and connected to a programmable output. Switching this control panel output high when
maintenance is required will prevent the sounder from self activating when the cover is removed or Ractivated. The Tamper output is open when ENG is high, this prevents inadvertent system setting with
the sounder left in Engineer Mode (when SAB Mode = on).
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Self Test and Fault Output
The RAPIER-6510 performs a self test every 24 hours. This function tests the condition of the battery and
piezo sounders. If a fault is found the Fault output will open. The fault source can be identified using the
Diagnostic LED - see “Diagnostics”. This is ONLY enabled when the cover is opened (top tamper active)
for longer than 5s and the RTST input is low or not connected.
The Fault output will be cleared (output closed) when:
the fault has been cleared, e.g. battery (re)connection
the fault has been cleared and the sounder performs its next 24hour self test
the fault has been cleared and a self test is triggered using the Remote Test (RTST) input
the fault has been cleared and the sounder has been disconnected from H+ AND the SAB
battery has been disconnected (hardware reset)
Remote Test
With the cover closed and ENG low, taking the Remote Test (RTST) input high will force a self test. The
Fault output is immediately opened to acknowledge receipt of the Remote Test instruction. The
condition of the piezos and battery is immediately tested. Any fault found will be indicated by the Fault
output remaining open after 10s. The Fault output will remain open until the fault has been cleared and
another Self Test or Remote Test has been performed. If the self test has passed, the Fault output will
close after 10s of starting the Remote Test.
OPTIONS SELECTION
Table 1 summarises the link options for various Modes of operation.
Table 1: Option Selection Links
Sound Cut-Off Timer
R Hold**
(Sound Trigger Hold-Off)
ST Hold
(Strobe Trigger Hold-Off)
Comfort LEDs
SAB
5 sec
5 min
+ve
None*
+ve
None*
Flash*
Off
On*
Off
10 min
15 min*
KEY
Link FITTED
Link NOT Fitted
* Factory default setting.
** Note: When R HOLD link is fitted, R- cut line detection will not report a tamper to control panel.
Sound Cut-off Timer
The RAPIER sounder will automatically stop sounding after the time period selected by the Sound Cutoff Timer link, Table 1, irrespective of the status of the sound trigger (R-) input. The 5s option is
provided to reduce nuisance noise during testing.
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Hold Off Facility for Sound (R-) and Strobe (ST-) Trigger Inputs
A Hold Off facility is provided by links R Hold and ST Hold to enable triggering of the sounder and strobe
from a control panel configured for positive hold-off signalling, Table 1.
Links R Hold and ST Hold connect internal pull-down resistors to the R- and ST- trigger inputs. When
these links are FITTED, a +12V voltage must be applied to R- and ST- to prevent (HOLD OFF) the sounder
from sounding and the strobe flashing. Trigger by removing +12V.
When the R Hold and ST Hold links are NOT FITTED, the control panel must supply a transition from
+12V to 0V on R- or ST- to trigger sound or strobe.
Comfort LEDs
Twin comfort LEDs may be disabled by removing the Comfort LED link, Table 1. When enabled, the LEDs
flash at a rate of approximately 1Hz.
SAB Mode
SAB selects the response of the sounder to various tamper conditions according to the following table:
Table 2: SAB Mode Tamper Condition
Tamper Condition
Cover removed
Removed from mounting
Connection to R- is cut
(R HOLD link NOT fitted)
ON
SAB Mode
OFF
Tamper
Output
Fault
Output
Sounder Silent
Open
Sounder Active
Closed
H+ or H- power connections cut
Connection to R- is cut
(R HOLD link fitted)
Sounder Active
Closed
With SAB Mode OFF, the Tamper Output will still open and signal an active tamper condition back to the
control panel under the conditions given in Table 2. If required the sounder can be activated using a
normal sound trigger command from the control panel.
CONNECTIONS
BT+
BTRSTRTST
ENG
H+
HTS, TR
Fault
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POSITIVE (RED) Connection to Battery
NEGATIVE (BLACK) Connection to Battery
Sounder trigger input
Strobe trigger input
Remote Test Trigger Input
Engineer Mode Enable. Apply 9-15v to activate
+ve power connection (9-15vdc)
0v power connection
Tamper Output: volt free contacts
Fault output: volt free contacts
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R-
ST-
Prog
O/P
RTST
Prog
O/P
ENG
H+
+12V
Cut ALL EXCEPT required
Terminating Resistor
0Ω
1K0
HLINK
0V
Tamper
Return
2K2
4K7
TS
5K6
8K2
Black
Brown
Red
Green
Orange
Rapier Connections
Generic Control Panel
0V
Siren
Trigger
0V
Strobe
Trigger
Blue
TR
Sounder Tamper
Note 1
FLT
Where the Ring Trigger is not pulled up to > +8.5V by the
control panel when in standby mode, or is operated via
FLT
volt free contacts, it will be necessary to fit a pull up
resistor (any value between 1k0 and 10k) at the control
panel as shown to enable monitoring of the Trigger connection.
Fig 1: Single RAPIER-6510 Tamper Connection
H+
0Ω
1K0
LINK
H-
2K2
4K7
TS
5K6
8K2
Black
Brown
Red
Green
Orange
Blue
End of Line Rapier
Cut ALL EXCEPT required
Terminating Resistor
TR
Sounder Tamper
0Ω
1K0
H-
2K2
4K7
TS
TAMPER
Return
5K6
8K2
Black
Brown
Red
Green
Orange
Blue
Cascade Rapier
Generic Control Panel
NO Links to be cut
H+
TR
Sounder Tamper
Fig 2: Multiple Cascade RAPIER-6510 Tamper Connection
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INSTALLATION AND SET-UP
1) Select a suitable mounting position for the RAPIER-6510 sounder.
2) Drill holes as required for fixing the backplate to the wall and for cable entry via the rear of the
unit. Use the spirit levels to achieve correct alignment.
Cable entry
position
Fig 3a: Portrait Mounting
Cable entry
position
Fig 3b: Landscape Mounting
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Tamper Pin
Extender
Fig 4a: Parked Tamper Pin Extender
Fig 4b: Fitment of Tamper Pin Extender
3) Fit tamper extender (if required), Figure 4, and trim to desired length (see commissioning).
4) Route cable from control panel through cable entry cowl.
5) Loosely fit backplate to wall.
6) Fit ferrite onto cable as shown in figure 5, ensuring that it does not interfere with the operation of
the micro switch.
Ferrite - cut away
to show cable
Fig 5: Fitting of Ferrite
7)
8)
Strip cable as required and loop sheathed part around cable restraint.
Connect cable cores to terminations. Figure 1, shows connections for generic control panels.
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COMMISSIONING
1) Fit timer links for required sound cut-off time.
2) Set the strobe and ring trigger Hold Off links as required.
3) Fit SAB mode and Comfort LED mode links as required.
4) Select the tamper end-of-line resistor as required.
5) Connect ENG input to H+ or to a switched output of control panel set high.
6) Apply power to the sounder via H+ and H- from control panel.
7) Connect the black battery lead to BT- (slide sleeve to expose conductor).
8) Check tamper signal is present at control panel (circuit open).
9) Move sounder backplate towards mounting surface to check rear tamper operation: single click
from piezo = tamper close, double click = tamper open. If tamper pin extender has been fitted,
trim extender length using a pair of pliers or side cutters as required.
10) Fix backplate securely to wall.
11) Fit cover and tighten cover screw to check cover tamper: single click from piezo = tamper close,
double click = tamper open.
12) Once the cover is fitted and the cover fixing screw tightened, the unit will perform a self test. This
takes approximately 5 seconds. If the battery is faulty the unit will indicate this with a continuous
series of fast clicks. If the rear tamper is not fully closed, the unit will emit a continuous series of
slow clicks.
13) Remove cover.
14) If ENG is connected to H+, then remove this link – note: sounder will activate if SAB Mode is
selected.
15) Re-fit outer cover and fasten cover fixing screw.
16) At control panel, set ENG low if connected to a switched output of control panel.
17) At control panel, check that tamper signal is now cancelled (circuit closed).
18) Test strobe operation by triggering ST- input.
19) Test sounder by triggering R- input.
MAINTENANCE
The RAPIER-6510 sounder should be tested for correct operation on a periodic basis. A minimum of one
check every 12 months is recommended. The following features should be verified on each maintenance
visit:
1) Correct operation of sounder and strobe from control panel signals
2) Correct operation of cover and rear tampers.
3) Remove the H+ supply from the control panel and check that the internal battery voltage as
measured between BT+ and BT- is greater than 6.0v dc. If the battery voltage is less than this
value replace the battery and re-connect observing CORRECT polarity.
4) Check for signs of significant water or insect ingress. Clean as necessary.
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SAB BATTERY REMOVAL
The SAB battery may be removed for disposal at end of product life or if it is detected faulty by the
sounder self test. To remove the battery, disconnect red and black leads from BT+ and BT- and unclip
battery from holder, Figure 6. To fit a new battery, clip into holder, route battery cables around clips as
shown below and reconnect positive (RED) lead to BT+ and negative (BLACK) lead to BT-.
IMPORTANT: Ensure correct polarity of connections and that exposed battery leads DO NOT accidentally
touch.
SAB Battery
Fig 6: SAB Battery Removal and Replacement
Dispose of used batteries in accordance
with all national and local regulations
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DIAGNOSTICS
NOTE: Commissioning Mode only activated when ENG is connected to 9-15vdc
Commissioning
Tones
Status Indicated
Action
Single Click
Tamper closing – front or rear
Use to ensure that the rear tamper has been
trimmed or extended to the correct length,
or that the cover has been fully closed.
Double Click
Tamper opening – front or rear
Use to verify correct operation of tamper
circuit
Continuous slow
clicks
Rear tamper not closed when
cover tamper is closed
Remove unit from wall and adjust rear
tamper until it closes when the unit is
correctly fitted.
Continuous fast
clicks
Battery not connected or faulty
when cover tamper is closed
Open cover and check that battery is
correctly connected.
NOTE: Diagnostic LED only activated when Cover is open
Diagnostic LED
Single Flash
2 Flashes
3 Flashes
4 Flashes
Status Indicated
Action
Battery voltage low
Change battery (unless newly fitted and is
still charging)
Battery test failed
Change battery
Piezo self test failed
Change sounder
Battery charger failure
Change sounder
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FAULT FINDING
Symptom
Sounder activated in nonalarm condition and tamper
shows at panel
Sounder stops after 5s
Cannot SET control panel
(due to sounder tamper)
Fault output open
Fault
Action
Cover not closed correctly.
Check cover closed and screw secure.
Rear tamper pin not correct length
Correct rear tamper pin length.
R- not pulled up to +12V in standby
mode
Fit pull up resistor to R- at control panel.
See Fig 1, Note 1
Incorrect timer link setting
Set correct timer jumper links.
Tamper output open due to ENG input
still connected to H+
Disconnect ENG from H+ in sounder or set
control panel programmable output low.
Tamper Source (TS) not connected to Hfor single sounder or to Tamper Return
(TR) for cascaded sounders
Refer to connection diagrams for single
and cascaded sounders (Figures 1 and 2).
Total resistance of tamper circuit too
high for multiple sounder installations
Reduce number of cascaded sounders on
one tamper loop.
Cover or Rear tamper switch not closed.
Check cover and rear tamper switches fully
closed.
Ring trigger signal (R-) disconnected
(floating)
Ensure R- pulled up to above 8.5V.
Battery not connected
Check battery connections to terminal
block.
Battery faulty or voltage low
Replace battery.
Piezo fault
Return unit to manufacturer.
Battery charger faulty
Clicking noise from sounder
during commissioning
See Commissioning Mode table.
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT AT END OF LIFE
This product falls within the scope of EU Directives 2002/96/EC Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) and 2006/66/EC (Battery). At the end of life, the product must be separated from the
domestic waste stream and disposed via an appropriate approved WEEE disposal route in accordance
with all national and local regulations.
Before disposal of the product, the SAB battery must be removed, see Figure 6, and disposed separately
via an appropriate approved battery disposal route in accordance with all national and local regulations.
Package used batteries safely for onward transport to your supplier, collection point or disposal facility.
Caution: Risk of fire or explosion
if bare battery wires are allowed to touch.
See Specification for battery type information. The battery is marked with the crossed out wheelie bin
symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg).
For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
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SPECIFICATION
Sound Output
Power Supply
Current Consumption
Battery charging
Sounding
Strobe
Cut-off Timer
Battery
Battery Low Voltage Detection
Strobe
Tamper
Tamper Output
Fault Output
Sound Trigger Input
Strobe Trigger Input
Fixings
Cover Material
Backplate Material
Lens Material
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
113dB(A) peak @ 1m Modulated tone.
9.0 – 15.0Vdc, 13.8Vdc nominal
10mA at 13.8vdc (quiescent)
26mA when charging fully discharged batteries
180mA max
40mA max
Selectable 5s, 5, 10, 15 minutes
6V 320mAh NiMH - Battery recharge in less than 24 hours
(Following 2 x 15 minute sounding)
5.3V ±0.2V
LED, 1Hz flash rate reducing to 0.5Hz after 15 minutes
Cover and Rear
Volt free contact, maximum 16Ω resistance
Max 100mA current rating
Volt free contact, maximum 16Ω resistance
Max 100mA current rating
R- < 3.5Vdc = sound ON R- > 8.5Vdc = sound OFF
0.3mA max
ST- < 6.5Vdc = strobe flash ON ST- > 6.6Vdc = strobe OFF
1.5mA max
No. 10 (M5) self tapping screws (4-off)
Polished stainless steel
Polycarbonate
Polycarbonate
- 25oC to +60oC
- 25oC to +70oC
COMPLIANCE
This product meets the essential requirements of the following EU Directives:
EMC:
2004/108/EC
RoHS:
2002/95/EC
WEEE:
2002/96/EC
Battery:
2006/66/EC
EN50131-4:2009
Security Grade: 3
Environmental Class: IV
INCERT Certified (pending)
Certification Body
<<Approval Number>>
Telefication B.V.
Edisonstraat 12A
Zevenaar, 6902 PK
The Netherlands
+31 (0) 316 - 583 180
http://www.telefication.com
This product is suitable for use in systems designed to comply with
PD6662:2010 at: Grade 3 and Environmental Class IV.
The packaging supplied with this product may be recycled.
Please dispose of packaging accordingly.
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