Application Guide for Puissant XP95 Compatible Devices

Application Guide
for
Puissant XP95 Compatible Devices
Contents
Page
1.0
Introduction
2
2.0
Field Device Order Codes & Descriptions
3
3.0
Detectors
3
4.0
Call Points
3
5.0
Outstations
4
6.0
Isolators
8
7.0
Sounders
8
8.0
Other Apollo Equipment
10
Appendix
i
Other Relevant Documentation
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1.0
Introduction
The Puissant analogue addressable control panels are designed to function with the Apollo
XP95 and Control Equipment Ltd devices listed in section 2.0 below.
NOTE 1: Some of the Apollo XP95 outstations will not function correctly with the Puissant
panels. Our own range of outstations has been designed to afford the maximum level of
flexibility for the system designer.
NOTE 2: This guide details the hardware compatible products for the Puissant panels.
The system designer should use this document in conjunction with the Puissant 1-2 loop /
1-8 loop application guides and programming guide to ensure a viable system design.
NOTE 3: We strongly recommend that an XP95 loop calculation is done for each loop as
shown in Appendix ii.
The Puissant panel allows up to 126 addresses per loop. Devices may be numbered in any
order; gaps in the numbering sequence are permitted. Isolators do not require an address
number.
1.1
Typical XP95 Loop Illustration for Puissant Panels
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2.0
Field Device Order Codes & Descriptions
Part No
2501/022
2501/023
2501/024
2501/021
2501/020
2500/226
2500/227
2501/019
2500/229
2500/236
2500/237
2500/238
2500/240
2501/149
2500/197
2500/221
2500/223
2501/216
2501/217
2500/082
2501/027
2501/213
2501/218
2500/232
2501/026
2501/218
2501/219
2501/220
3.0
Description
55000-500 XP95 Ionisation smoke detector (Apollo manufacture)
55000-600 XP95 Optical smoke detector (Apollo manufacture)
55000-400 XP95 Temperature detector - standard (Apollo manufacture)
55000-401 XP95 Temperature detector -high temperature (Apollo manufacture)
45681-210 XP95 Base complete with address card (Apollo manufacture)
Any XP95 standard or marine ionisation, optical or temperature detector
Remote square indicator
Remote round indicator
55000-901 XP95 Manual call point (Apollo manufacture)
Any XP95 callpoint
Addressable break glass unit with back box
A1444 basic outstation board (3 inputs)
A1445 relay outstation board (3 inputs, 3 relays)
A1446 sounder outstation board (3 inputs, 1 sounder circuit, 1 relay)
A1447 add-on zone monitor board for above outstation boards
Enclosure to fit 1 outstation board; Size - 150h x 225w x 75d
Enclosure c/w 1A psu & space for one outstation board & 3.2AH battery set
Size - 300h x 350w x 75d
Enclosure c/w 3A psu & space for four outstation boards & 6.2AH battery set
Size - 380h x 600w x 210d
Enclosure c/w 5A psu & space for five outstation boards & 6.2AH battery set
Size - 600h x 600w x 210d
55000-832 Mini switch monitor with interrupt (Apollo manufacture)
55000-819 Output unit - 1 relay (Apollo manufacture)
Isolator - max. 15 per loop (CEL manufacture)
XP95 Isolator (Apollo manufacture)
45681-320 XP95 Isolating base, 10 devices (Apollo manufacture)
45681-321 XP95 Isolating base, 20 devices (Apollo manufacture)
Loop powered sounder; maximum 16 per loop
XP95 Isolator base (Apollo manufacture)
45681-261 XP95 Loop sounder requires XP95 base (Apollo manufacture)
55000-260 XP95 Loop sounder with red cap (Apollo manufacture)
55000-259 XP95 Loop sounder with white cap (Apollo manufacture)
XP95 Translator & Intrinsically Safe equipment
Detectors
The full range of Apollo XP95 detectors as listed in section 2.0 above is compatible with the
Puissant panel range.
4.0
Call Points
The Control Equipment Ltd addressable call point and Apollo XP95 addressable call point are
both compatible with the Puissant panel range.
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5.0
Outstations
The A1444, A1445, A1446 and A1447 outstations are a series of modules designed to allow
loop input and output functions when used with the Puissant analogue addressable panels.
Each outstation is configured to the required address number and its input/output response by
setting its DIL switch. They are supplied as either boxed or boxed with a power supply and
battery space.
The maximum number of output devices that may be fitted to each loop is determined within
the Puissant panel’s Cause/Effect programming. {Please refer to Programming Guide}
5.1
Outstation Facilities
5.1.1
A1444
5.1.2 A1445
Allows remote monitoring of 3 voltage free contacts, either normally open
or normally closed. Inputs are prioritised. Input 1 will override input 2,
input 2 will override input 3. Powered from the detection loop.
As A1444, except with the addition of 3 independently programmable
output changeover relays (contacts rated 8A @ 30V DC). External
power
supply required (500mA minimum required).
5.1.3
A1446
As A1444, except with the addition of one 2 stage alarm circuit and one
changeover programmable relay (750mA alarm circuit, 1A @ 30V DC
relay contact). External power supply required (1 Amp minimum).
5.1.4
A1447
Will fit to A1444, A1445, A1446 to convert 1 or 2 of the inputs to
monitored detection zones. External power supply required (100mA
minimum).
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5.2
Typical Schematic Drawings for A1444 and A1445 Outstations
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5.3
Typical Schematic Drawing for A1446 Outstation
5.4
Input and Output Responses
The following chart lists the input/output responses by type code setting the unit’s DIL
switch.
The columns are as follows:
Part number
Type
Code
Input (IP 1,2,3)
The most suitable product for the type code setting listed.
A description of its type function.
The type code number.
The three outstation inputs. The columns describe the text display
response at the control panel.
Mode 1, 2 & 3 indicate on the panel display and sound its internal buzzer
only.
Alert/Valve closed will put the panel into its alert mode with full
display operation but no alarm circuit operation.
Fire will cause the panel to give a normal fire response.
Fault will cause the panel to give a fault display and operate the common
fault relay.
Refer to Programming Guide/Disk for cause/effect programming options..
Programmable Independent programmable outputs. Prog. indicates that the function is
Output Channel programmable by the panel’s cause/effect. The terminology “Channel
A, B, C
A,B,C” appears on the PC-based panel cause & effect programme.
All other output responses are pre-set and cannot be changed.
NOTE: Channels A,B,C correspond to the Apollo output bits 0,1,2, respectively.
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5.4.1
Input and Output Response Chart
Part
no.
Description
Type
Code
I/P 1
I/P 2
I/P 3
Programmable Output
Channel
BIT 0
A1446
1
mode 1
mode 2
A1445
SOUNDER
CONTROL
I/O UNIT
2
mode 1
A1445
ION. SMOKE
3
A1444/7
ZONE MON.
A1445
BIT 1
Bit 2
mode 2
remote
fault
mode 3
cont.
prog.
prog
pulsed
prog.
prog
prog. v/f
relay
prog
fire
alert
data flt
rem. lamp
dev.test
dev.led
4
fire
rem. flt
on reset
prog.
prog.
OPTICAL SMOKE
5
fire
valve
closed
alert
data flt
rem. lamp
dev. test
dev. led
A1445
HEAT DETECTOR
6
fire
alert
data flt
rem. lamp
dev. test
dev. led
A1445
PRIORITY DEV.
7
fire
dev. flt
data flt
rem. lamp
dev. test
dev. led
DO NOT
USE
A1445/7
----
8
----
----
----
----
----
----
MONITOR 1
9
fire A
fire B
rem. flt
prog
prog
prog
----
10
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
11
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
12
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
13
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
14
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
15
----
----
----
----
----
----
DO NOT
USE
DO NOT
USE
DO NOT
USE
DO NOT
USE
DO NOT
USE
DO NOT
USE
5.5
Notes
5.5.1
The A1444 may be configured for any type code setting and will give the appropriate
input response. No outputs are available.
5.5.2
The A1447 may be used for remote monitoring of either latching or non-latching
inputs.
Use type 4 or type 9. Type 4 automatically generates a reset bit. Type 9 must have the reset
bit programmed.
When used with the A1446, it is not possible to provide a latching/reset facility through the
A1447. Therefore non-latching monitoring only is possible.
5.5.3
Channel A will automatically operate for 10 seconds upon System Reset when the
A1444/A1445 is set to a type 4.
5.6
Outstation Enclosures
The outstations are supplied in steel cabinets as listed in section 2.0.
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5.7
Apollo XP95 Outstations
The Apollo range of outstations which are compatible with the Puissant panel are as follows:
(i) 55000-832 Mini switch monitor with interrupt. Loop current 0.28mA.
(ii) 55000-819 Output unit provides 1 relay with 1Amp 24V DC contacts - loop
powered. Loop current 4.5mA.
6.0
Loop Isolators
Loop isolators are designed to isolate (or cut out) a section of cable where a short circuit has
been detected. These devices do not require an address setting but are polarity sensitive.
Isolators must be fitted before the 1st device and after the last device on each loop.
6.1
Apollo XP95 Isolating Base
The Apollo XP95 Isolating Base is an XP95 detector base with built-in isolator. Two types
are available:
(i) 45681-320 Isolating Base, permitting a maximum of 10 devices between isolators
(ii) 45681-321 Isolating Base, permitting a maximum of 20 devices between isolators
6.2
Apollo XP95 Isolator
Up to 40 2501/027 XP95 isolators may be fitted to each loop. An isolator termination base is
required. An LED indication is given in the event of a short circuit.
7.0
Loop Powered Sounders
7.1
Control Equipment Loop Powered Sounder
Up to 16 2500/232 loop powered sounders may by used per loop. The sounders will
automatically synchronise (no extra physical connection required) for pulsed alarms. Please
refer to panel programming guide/disk.
7.1.1
Sound Output
Maximum sound output (loop powered)
Maximum sound output (locally powered)
7.1.2
90dB at 1m (Loop current 9mA)
105dB at 1m
Operation
Channel A operated
Channel B operated
Channel C operated
Continuous sound (evacuate)
Pulsed sound (alert)
Whoop / 2 tone operation (Bomb alert)
+ AU
- 24
+
VOLUM
LK
LK
ADDRES
+
-
LOO
+
A1482
Dimensions are 104mm diameter, 85mm high.
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7.2
Loop Sounder Wiring Illustration
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7.3
Apollo XP95 Loop Sounder
Up to 40 Apollo loop sounders may be connected to each loop at the low setting.
Three types are available:
(i) 45681-261 XP95 loop sounder - requires XP95 base
(ii) 55000-260 XP95 loop sounder with red cap
(iii) 55000-259 XP95 loop sounder with white cap
7.3.1
Sound Output
Maximum sound output
Maximum sound output
7.3.2
86dB at 1m (low setting) 3mA
95dB at 1m (high setting) 8mA
Operation
Channel A operated
Channel B operated
Continuous sound (evacuate)
Pulsed sound (alert)
If 2 stage operation is required, this must be done within the Puissant panel’s Cause/Effect
programming. A maximum of 20 sounders is permitted between isolators. Please refer to
Programming Guide.
8.0
Other Apollo Equipment
8.1
Apollo RDM Radio Unit
WARNING: Any system design must be done in accordance with Apollo booklet “RDM
Engineering Product Guide”.
Apollo Part Ref. Description
RDM Interface
55000-780
NOTE: Fault conditions generated by the RDM will latch and cannot be reset by the end
user. An engineers visit to site will be required.
Up to 8 RDM units may be connected to a loop with no more than 8 units per panel.
8.2
Apollo Intrinsically Safe (IS) Equipment
WARNING: Any system design must be done in accordance with the Apollo booklet
PP1095/1997 “Intrinsically safe analogue, addressable smoke and heat monitors
BASEEFA approved E EX ia IIC TS engineering product guide”.
The following general rules are for information only:
(i) A maximum of 6 translators per loop is permitted
(ii) A maximum of 20 ionisation/17 optical devices per translator/barrier is permitted.
Operation of more than 4 LEDs will start to corrupt the communications within the IS spur
only; ie it may prevent a 5th detector from generating an alarm. Careful design of the
detection zoning layout would be required.
(iii) The IS circuit is wired as a spur from the loop
(iv) A maximum cable capacitance of 70µF is permitted per cable spur
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Appendix
i
Other Relevant Documentation
Sales Literature
Installation & Commissioning Manuals
Puissant 1-2 loop Application Guide
Puissant 1-8 loop Application Guide
Puissant Cause/Effect Programming Guide
Wiring Recommendations
After-Sales Technical Support Booklet
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