RE –102
RE - 104
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation, Commissioning & Operating
Manual
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: Introduction …………........…….....................4
1.1: System Design & Planning..............................................4
1.2: General .………...............................................................4
1.3: Fire Alarm Procedure ….................................................5
1.4: User Responsibility.........................................................5
1.5: Routine test............….....................................…………..6
CHAPTER 2: Product Description .....................................7
2.1: Product Features ...........................................................7
2.2: Specifications ...........................................................…..8
2.3: Controls and Indicators .................................................9
2.3.1: LED Indication...........................................…………...9
2.3.2: Controls……………………….…..….…………………..10
2.4: Mechanical Construction…….……………………………10
CHAPTER 3: Installation ..............................……..........….11
3.1: Installation Precaution……….……………………………11
3.2: Mounting Details ...................................................….…13
3.3: Input Circuits.............................................................….14
3.4: Output Circuits .........................................................….15
CHAPTER 4: Operating Instructions...….............….….....16
4.1: Switch Functions …………………….............................16
4.2: Status LED....................................….........................…17
4.3: Operation..................................................................….18
4.3.1: Zone Fault Response ................................................18
4.3.2: Zone Fault Restoral …...............................................18
4.3.3: Zone Fire Response ...........................................….. 18
4.3.4: Zone Fire Restoral …...........................................…. 18
4.3.5: programming Menu Flow Chart ….…………..............19
CHAPTER 5: Servicing……………………………..…………20
5.1: Walk test mode… …………………….............................20
5.2: Installation/Replacement of PCB................................…21
5.3: Test……....................................................................….21
5.4: Lamp Test…..............................................................….21
CHAPTER 6: Power Calculation….….………………………22
CHAPTER 7: Trouble Shooting……….……………………..23
CHAPTER 8: Terminal Detail….…..………………….………24
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Chapter 1: Introduction
This manual is intended as a complete guide to the RE - 102 / 104
model Conventional Fire Control Panel. User operating Instructions are
provided in the first part of this manual. This is followed with sections
describing installation and commissioning procedures and full
technical details are provided.
1.1 System Design and Planning
It is assumed that the system, of this control panel is a part, which
has been designed by a competent fire alarm system designer in
accordance with the requirements of IS 2189: 1999 and any other
local codes of practice that are applicable. The design drawings
should clearly show the positions of the field devices and the control
equipment.
1.2 General
The panel is self-contained with integral power supply and space
provision for two sealed lead-acid standby batteries and comply with
the requirements of IS 2189: 1999. The panel functions are
microprocessor controlled and test and isolate functions are included.
Provision is made for a repeater function of panel status output. The
panel can accept, per zone, automatic detectors with a total
maximum loading of 2.4mA quiescent current rating (refer to chapter
2.2), and an unlimited number of manual call points.
End of Line (EOL) devices
The panels can continue to monitor manual call points with
detectors removed, providing the detectors are fitted with a Schottky
diode and an a EOL device is used.
Installation
The panel is easy to install and operate. The panel fascia is retained by
tamper-proof screws.
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1.3 Fire Alarm Procedures
In accordance with IS 2189: 1999, written procedures should be laid
down for dealing with alarms of fire, fault warnings, and the isolation of
any part of the system. The responsible person should ensure that users
of the system are instructed in its proper use and are familiar with the
procedures.
On hearing the fire alarm:
CARRY OUT THE PRESCRIBED PROCEDURE Subsequent actions will
depend on the circumstances, and may include silencing the audible
alarms and resetting the system, as described later.
Fault Indication:
If the control panel indicates a Fault condition, make a note of all
illuminated indicators, refer to the chart on Page 23, and call the
service engineer.
1.4 User Responsibility
In addition to the routine testing described on routine test, the user has
a responsibility for ensuring certain actions are taken following a fire or
fault, and for implementing remedial action following a specified
incidence of false alarms. As a minimum, the user shall record any
incident and inform the service organization, who may be required to
retest the system. The user's responsibilities are described fully in IS
2189: 1999.
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1.5 Routine Testing
In order to ensure that the system is fully operational, and to comply
with the requirements of IS 2189: 1999, the following routine attention is
recommended:
Daily - Check the panel to ascertain that it indicates normal
operation. If any fault is indicated check that it has been recorded
and that the appropriate actions have been taken, e.g. informing the
maintaining company.
Weekly - Test at least one detector or call point to confirm the
operation of the panel and the audible alarms. Test a different zone
each week and, if possible, a different device. Keep a record of the
device and zone tested each week. Record and report any
malfunction.
Quarterly - The responsible person should ensure that every three
months the system is checked by a competent person. Check the
standby batteries and the charger voltage Test at least one device in
each zone to check the panel functions. Check the operation of the
audible alarms and any link to a remote manned centre, Central
Station, etc. Carry out a visual inspection of the installation to check
for alterations or obstructions and issue a certificate of testing.
Annually - The responsible person should ensure that, in addition to
the quarterly checks, each device on the system is tested and that a
visual inspection is made of the cable fittings and equipment.
Note: The control panel case should be cleaned periodically by
wiping with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use any solvents.
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Chapter 2: Product Description
The RE - 102 / 104 is a 2 / 4 zone microprocessor based conventional
Fire Alarm Control Panel. The Panel accepts water flow devices,
conventional input devices like 2 wire smoke detectors, pull stations
and other normally open contact devices. The Outputs include
Notification Appliance Circuits (sounders), Three Form – C relays 2
for alarm, 1 for fault and RS485 port to interface with remote
annunciator (Optional). It supervises all wiring, AC voltage and
Battery level.
2.1 Product Features
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Rugged CRCA sheet with powder coated finish.
Operates on 220v, 50Hz AC supply.
Standby battery back up with built in charging.
Error free Fire / Fault status in unambiguous colored LED
indication.
Switch Mode Power Supply.
16 X 2 LCD Display.
Tactile key pad for easy operation.
Main, Standby status indication.
Low Battery visual warning with audible tone.
Zone wise one man walk test facility.
RS 485 communication port for Repeater / network. (Optional).
Relay output for actuators.
Lamp Test facility.
Zone Isolation facility with loop voltage cut off.
Programmable Keypad lock.
Programmable Auto Silence.
Compatible to all types of conventional detectors.
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2.2 Specification
AC Power
220 VAC, 50 Hz. +10% - 15%
Battery (Lead Acid only)
Charging: Constant Voltage – 27.6v @ 0.5A(Max)
Charging Capacity: 7 Amp Hour Battery Max.
System Quiescent Current: 60mA
Initiating Device Circuits (Zone Circuit)
All zones are Class B wiring
Normal Operating Voltage: Nominal 24 VDC
Alarm Current: 15 – 35mA threshold
Short Circuit Current: 42mA Maximum
Loop resistance: 50 ohms Maximum
End-Of-Line Resistor: 4.7K, 1/4watt
Standby Current: 6.8mA (2.4mA for Detectors)
Notification Appliance Circuits (Sounder Circuit)
Class – B wiring
Operating Nominal Voltage: 24 VDC
Hooter (NACs) output: 1A
End-Of-Line Resistor: 4.7K, 1/4watt
Three Form – C Relays
Relay Contact Rating: 2Amps @ 30 VDC, 2Amps @ 30VAC (Fire – 2
No’s, Fault – 1 No.).
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2.3 Controls and Indication
2.3.1
LED Indication
System On – Green
A.C Power On – Green
Standby On – Green
Hooter Fault – Yellow
Silenced – Yellow
Zone Fire – Red
Zone Fault – Yellow
Zone Isolate / Walktest – Yellow
Local Buzzer
A piezo buzzer provides separate and distinct sounds for
alarm and trouble conditions:
ƒ Alarm – steady
ƒ Fault – pulse 0.5sec ON and 0.5sec OFF
2.3.2
Controls
SILENCE Key: During fire/fault condition, silence key is used to
silence the external Sounders (NAC) and the internal buzzer
tone.
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RESET Key: This key is pressed to reset the entire system and
While in reset condition, all detector loop voltages are cut off
up to 3 seconds for Detectors and MCP’s, Then voltages are put
on to the loop.
CURSOR KEYS: The cursor keys (Right / Left arrows) are used to
move the menu list and menu options.
ENTER Key: This key is used to enter into menu edit mode and
accept the changes of edited menu. This key also used for
lamp test in system normal condition.
MENU Key: This key is used to enter into the Main menu in the
LCD.
2.4 Mechanical Construction
The enclosure of the Panel is constructed by CRCA sheet
with powder coated finish and it’s designed to afford the degree
of protection as per IP-54. The ∅19mm knock outs are given for
cable entry at the top of the cabinet.
The panel also has a built in battery provision to
accommodate 2 Nos. of 12v, 7Ah batteries.
The front side of the panel consists of the following,
a.
Tactile switches.
b.
LED indications
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Chapter 3:
3.1
Installation
Installation Precaution
Installation Precautions
WARNING - Several different sources of power can be
connected to the fire alarm control panel. Disconnect
all sources of power before servicing. Control unit and
associated equipment may be damaged by
removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or
interconnecting cables while the unit is energized. Do
not attempt to install, service, or operate this unit until
this manual is read and understood.
CAUTION - System Reacceptance Test after Software
Changes. To ensure proper system operation, this
product must be tested in accordance with NFPA 72
after any programming operation or change in sitespecific software. Reacceptance testing is required
after any change, addition or deletion of system
components, or after any modification, repair or
adjustment to system hardware or wiring.
All
components, circuits, system operations, or software
functions known to be affected by a change must be
100% tested. In addition, to ensure that other
operations are not inadvertently affected, at least 10%
of initiating devices that are not directly affected by
the change, up to a maximum of 50 devices, must
also be tested and proper system operation verified.
This system meets NFPA requirements for indoor dry
operation at 0-49° C/32-120° F and at a relative
humidity of 93 ±2% RH (non-condensing) at 32 ±2°
C/90 ±3° F. However, the useful life of the system's
standby batteries and the electronic components
may be adversely affected by extreme temperature
ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended
that this system and all peripherals be installed in an
environment with a nominal room temperature of 050° C/32-120° F.
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Verify that wire sizes are adequate for all initiating and Indicating
device loops. Most devices cannot tolerate more than a 10% I.R. drop
from the specified device voltage.
Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free
installation with long-term reliability:
Like all solid-state electronic devices, this system may operate
erratically or can be damaged when subjected to lightning-induced
transients. Although no system is completely immune from lightning
transients and interferences, proper grounding will reduce
susceptibility. Overhead or outside aerial wiring is not recommended,
due to an increased susceptibility to nearby lightning strikes. Consult
with the Technical Services Department if any problems are
anticipated or encountered.
Disconnect AC power and batteries prior to removing or inserting
circuit boards. Failure to do so can damage circuits.
Remove all electronic assemblies prior to any drilling, filing, reaming,
or punching of the enclosure. When possible, make all cable entries
from the sides or rear. Before making modifications, verify that they will
not interfere with battery, transformer, and printed circuit board
location.
Do not tighten screw terminals more than 9 in-lbs.
Over-tightening may damage threads, resulting in reduced terminal
contact pressure and difficulty with screw terminal removal.
Though designed to last many years, system components
can fail at any time. This system contains static-sensitive
components. Always ground yourself with a proper wrist strap before
handling any circuits so that static charges are removed from the
body. Use static-suppressive packaging to protect electronic
assemblies removed from the unit.
Follow the instructions in the installation, operating, and programming
manuals. These instructions must be followed to avoid damage to the
control panel and associated equipment. FACP operation and
reliability depend upon proper installation by authorized personnel.
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3.2
Mounting Details
30 mm
35 mm
185 mm
30 mm
290 mm
175 mm
Place the panel in its mounting position and fix the panel to the
wall using the slots of the four screws. Ensure the enclosure and the
inner parts of the panel are given sufficient protection during
installation. All external cables are to be entered via the ∅19mm
preformed knockouts located at the top of the panel.
When the installation of all the cables has been completed, clean
the interior of the enclosure ensuring all masonry debris and drilling
swords are removed.
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3.3
Input Circuits
The control panel has 2 / 4 zone input circuits depending on the
variant. The maximum loop resistance limit for each input circuit is
50 ohms. All field wiring of each zone is supervised for opens and
ground faults. Both conditions are visually and audibly (toggle tone)
annunciated.
Each zone is a Class B Initiating Device Circuit (IDC – Zones)
designed to accept any normally open contact devices and
conventional 2-wire, 24 volt smoke detectors.
It is allowable to mix an assortment of device types (i.e. smoke
detectors, heat detectors, pull stations, etc.) on any zone.
Zone Circuit – Class B
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3.4
Output Circuits
Sounder Circuits: The RE - 102 / 104 provides Notification Appliance
Circuits standard as Class B. The total load capacity of this circuit is
capacity of this O/P is 1Amps.
Sounder Circuit – Class B
Note: If the non polarized devices are used, connect the device as
mentioned in page 23.
Standard Relay
The control panel provides three Form-C relays (2 for Fire & 1 fro Fault)
rated for 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC and 2.0 amps @ 30 VAC. Relay
connections are power-limited.
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Chapter 4: Operating Instruction
4.1
Switch Functions
SILENCE Key: This key is used in Fire / Fault Condition. To
acknowledge the external sounder / internal buzzer press this key.
During fire condition, after silencing the silence LED glows to
indicate that external Sounders (NAC) are silenced.
RESET Key: This key is used in only Fire Condition. The panel is reset
by pressing this key followed by password if enabled. During reset
condition, all the detector input voltages are cut off up to 3
seconds for Detectors and MCP’s, Then voltages are put on to the
loop.
ENTER Key: This key is used to check the all LED’s in panel is in good
condition with continuous buzzer tone in normal operating
condition. The same key is used to accept the selection of menu
and changes done in the menu.
CURSOR KEYS: The cursor keys (Right / Left arrows) are used to move
the menu list and menu options.
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MENU Key: The MENU key is used to enter into the programming
mode for changing the zone status and other settings. The various
steps involved in this menu are shown as flow chart 4.3.5. After
entering into the menu, screen will be as below,
1. Zone 1
Enable
4.2
Status LED:
Normal: In the Normal Condition, SYSTEM ON, AC POWER ON, green LED will
be illuminated. There should be no other amber / red LED visual
indication or audible tone.
A.C POWER ON: This LED indicates the presence of main supply.
Whenever the Main Supply (220v A.C) is present this LED will glow.
Whenever the Main Supply (220v A.C) fails / fuse blown, the AC Power
on LED will OFF and it also indicated by fault Buzzer tone.
BATTERY ON: This LED indicates the presence of standby power supply.
Whenever the Main Supply (220v A.C) fails, the panel supply is
switched to standby power supply with BATTERY ON indication.
Whenever the backup battery fails / fuse blown, the battery fail is
indicated by LCD with fault Buzzer tone.
Note:
Whenever the backup battery voltage goes below the 21v, the
battery on LED will be blinking with toggle Buzzer tone.
HOOTER FAULT: Whenever there is any fault in Notification Appliances
Circuits like Hooter (Sounder) loop open / short, it will be identified by
COMMON HOOTER FAULT LED.
SILENCED: Whenever the External Sounders are silence in presence of
actual fire. After silencing this LED glows with toggle buzzer tone.
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4.3
Operation
4.3.1 ZONE FAULT RESPONSE:
When faults like Open/ Short occurred in the loop, the
corresponding ZONE FAULT LED would identify it.
Note: During the above fault conditions, apart from the
specific fault identification LED, common fault relay and
Local buzzer with intermittent tone will be activated. During
this time, if ‘SILENCE.’ is activated, intermittent tone will be
silenced.
4.3.2 ZONE FAULT RESTORAL:
When the faults condition of the FAP is restored, then the
corresponding fault LED goes off and also common fault relay and
intermittent buzzer tone is deactivated.
4.3.3 ZONE FIRE RESPONSE:
When the control panel detects Fire via the Detector / MCP, the
corresponding ZONE FIRE red LED will be illuminated. At the same
time hooter, potential free contact (Fire Relay) and local buzzer
(continuous tone) will be activated.
The External hooter (NAC / Sounder) and buzzer will be silenced by
using the Silence Key and silenced LED indicates it.
Always the recent fired zone FIRE LED will blink continuously, rest of
the fired zone FIRE LED’s will glow constantly till it goes to RESET. The
FIRE LED indication will remain ON condition till the panel is RESET.
4.3.4 ZONE FIRE RESTORAL:
The control panel returns to normal after all alarms have been
cleared and a system reset key has been pressed followed by the
password if enabled. The control panel will perform the following upon
restoral of all active alarms, The Zone Fire LED, Hooters, buzzer and fire
relay are turn off.
Note:
1. The Fire relay will be in ON condition till the fire and fault
LED’s go OFF.
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2. By silencing, sounders are switched off and Fire relay
output for actuators will remains in ON Condition until
reset.
4.3.5 Programming Menu Flow Chart:
MENU KEY - FLOW DIAGRAM
Menu
Key
1. Zone 1
Zo ne Test
1. Zone 1
Enabled
1. Zone 1
1. Zone 1
Walk Test
1. Zone 1
Disabled
De fa ul t
2. Zone 2
Note:
3. Zone 3
1. Use Cursor key (
) to move the menu list previous or next
and to interchange the status of the menu.
2. Use Enter Key (
4. Zone 4
) to select the menu list and conform the change of the status.
3. Menu 2,3,4 are same as 1.
4. default Password is '123'.
5. Auto KeyLo ck
5. Auto KeyLock
Ena bled
6. KeyLock Time
6. KeyLock Time
060 (secs)
7. Auto Silence
7. Auto Silence
Enabl ed
8. Sile nce Time
8. S ilence Tim e
060 (secs)
9. Chge Passwo rd
Enter Old
P assword?X XX
10. Net Address
10. Net Address
<01>
5. Auto Ke yLock
Disabled
Use Cursor Key to
Increa se / D ecrea se
the ti me del a y
7. Auto Silence
Disabled
Use Cursor Key to
Incr ea se / Decre a se
the t i me del a y
Ente r New
Pa ssword?X XX
Password
Changed
Use Cursor Key to
Increa se / D ecrea se
the Network Address
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4.3.5.1.
Zone 1
From this menu, the zone 1 loop can configured as
enable, disable, Zone test and Walk test. The default
option is ‘Enable’. To change the options press ‘Enter’ key,
then change the options by using the left/ right cursor
keys. The Screen will be as shown below.
1. Zone 1
<Enabled>
Enable Mode: In this mode the zone will be in normal
condition to detect the fire with detectors and manual
call point (normally open devices).
Disable Mode: In this mode the zone is disabled with loop
voltage cut off.
Note: Avoid disabling any zone unless it is really
essential.
Zone Test Mode: In this mode the zone is Tested for Fire,
Open, Short and Isolate automatically without disturbing
the normal operations.
Walk test Mode: In this mode the selected zone is used to
check all the loop devices manually one by one. The
signal from the Initiating device will cause the panel in the
alarm mode. The panel automatically get silenced and
reset after a specific period without activating the fire
relay. In this mode reset is done for only that particular
zone. When entering into this mode the Fire relay output
disablement is activated automatically and it will go back
to previous status while we are coming out from this
mode. For other zones that are not in walk test mode, if
they sense any fire, then the panel will go to normal alarm
mode and walk test zone changed to alarm mode
automatically.
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This feature helps to perform the testing of devices
by a single person. In this mode if the zone detects any
fire then after 4 seconds the panel will get automatically
silenced. After 2 seconds of silence, the zone will go to
reset.
Note1:
a. If there is no more testing, please ensure that the
zone is brought back to the normal Condition.
b. To bring back the zone loop to normal condition,
same procedure is followed as for the test.
c. If the zone is kept in Walk test mode for 10 minutes
with out any test the panel comes out of the walk
test mode automatically.
d. During test condition that the other zones that are
not in test mode fire will consider as actual fire.
4.3.5.2.
Zone 2
From this menu, the zone 2 loop can configured as
enable, disable, Zone test and Walk test. The default
option is ‘Enable’. To change the options press ‘Enter’ key,
then change the options by using the left/ right cursor
keys. The Screen will be as shown below.
2. Zone 2
<Enabled>
4.3.5.3.
Zone 3
From this menu, the zone 3 loop can configured as
enable, disable, Zone test and Walk test. The default
option is ‘Enable’. To change the options press ‘Enter’ key,
then change the options by using the left/ right cursor
keys. The Screen will be as shown below.
3. Zone 3
<Enabled>
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4.3.5.4.
Zone 4
From this menu, the zone 4 loop can configured as
enable, disable, Zone test and Walk test. The default
option is ‘Enable’. To change the options press ‘Enter’ key,
then change the options by using the left/ right cursor
keys. The Screen will be as shown below.
4. Zone 4
<Enabled>
4.3.5.5.
Auto Key Lock
From this menu, the Auto key lock can enabled or
disabled. By pressing the ‘Enter’ key from this menu the
option can be changed by using the Left / Right keys. The
default factory setting option is ‘disabled’. If the key lock is
enabled, the Auto lock time is enabled automatically and
after the set time delay key pad will be locked.
4.3.5.6.
Auto Lock Time
The Auto key lock time will be enabled only when
the Auto Key lock is ‘Enabled’. If the Auto Key Lock is in
Enabled condition, then by pressing the ‘Enter’ key from
this menu the key lock time can be changed by using the
Left / Right keys. The default factory setting option is
‘disabled’ and default set time is 60 Seconds.
4.3.5.7.
Auto Silence
From this menu, the Auto Silence can enabled or
disabled. By pressing the ‘Enter’ key from this menu the
option can be changed by using the Left / Right keys. The
default factory setting option is ‘disabled’. If the Auto
Silence is enabled, the Silence time is enabled
automatically and after the set time delay Sounders will
be silenced automatically.
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4.3.5.8.
Silence Time
The Silence time will be enabled only when the Auto
silence is ‘Enabled’. If the Auto Silence is in Enabled
condition, then by pressing the ‘Enter’ key from this menu
the key lock time can be changed by using the Left /
Right keys. The default factory setting option is ‘disabled’
and default set time is 60 Seconds.
4.3.5.9.
Change Password
From this menu, the password used for key panel
enable can be changed. The default factory setting
password is ‘123’. The password should be three digits.
Enter Old
Password?
Enter New
Password?
Password
Updated
4.3.5.10.
Net Address
From this menu, the network address used for
network panel can be changed. The default factory Net
work address is ‘1’. The network address can changed by
pressing ‘Enter’ key from this menu, it enters into change
mode then the address is changed by using the Left /
Right keys.
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Chapter 5: Servicing
5.1
Walk Test Mode:
The RE - 102 / 104 provides the capability to perform a walktest
of the system without triggering the Fire Relay. Walk test Mode
allows for testing of all the zones.
For a walktest, the initiating device activated on a zone will
cause the Notification Appliance Circuits (Sounder/Hooter) to
turn on for three seconds. Any smoke detectors that are
activated will be reset automatically after 6 seconds.
Placing the control panel into Walktest Mode will be possible
only if the system has no active alarms. While the selected
zone work as walk test and other zone will works normally.
After entering into the walktest mode, the fire relay contact
disablement is activated automatically and it will go back to
previous status while we are coming out from this mode.
This feature helps to perform the testing of devices by a
single person. In this mode if the panel detects any fire then
after 3 seconds the panel will get automatically silenced. After
6 seconds of silence, the panel will go to reset. This reset is
done for only that particular zone.
Once in Walktest Mode, the control panel will immediately:
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Disable the fire relay.
Display all alarm conditions as they occur.
Display all zone troubles as they occur.
Display all system troubles as they occur.
If fire is created, turns on the Notification Appliance Circuits
for 3 seconds for alarm on a zone.
Note:
a. If the other zone (Normal Zone) get triggered by actual fire, the FAP treat
as real fire and activates NACs and actuators.
b. The maintenance person should enter into the walktest mode in normal
condition of the panel.
c. If there is no more testing, ensure that the zone is brought back to the
normal Condition.
d. During in this mode, the Potential free Relay will not be activated while in
fire condition.
e. If there is no more testing for 10 minutes, the panel return back to normal
mode automatically.
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5.2
Installation/Replacement of PCB:
Remove the screws of PCB, which has to be changed
and remove the PCB from the mounting position and place
the new PCB in that same position with the screws tightened
properly.
5.3
Test:
This feature is used to test whether the LED and zone
card is working properly or not.
To test a particular zone, follow the procedure as below
1. Press the ‘menu’ key zone1 selects first.
2. Press ‘cursor’ key consequently until select the zone
which is to be test.
3. After selecting the zone press the ENTER KEY
4. After the ENTER KEY is pressed, Select the ‘Zone Test’
using the cursor key then press enter key, Open ,
Short & Fire test is Performed for that particular
zone.
Once the testing procedure is finished, the previous
conditions of the panel are retained.
5.4
Lamp Test:
The lamp test function done by pressing ‘ENTER’ key in
system (Panel) is normal condition. In this mode we can check
that all the LED’s are working in good condition by glowing all
LED’s.
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Chapter 6: Battery Calculation
Normal Condition
:
X = S (Amps) x ____ Hrs. (Backup time
required)
Alarm Condition
:
Y = F (Amps) x ____ Hrs. (Backup time
required)
Battery Ah required :
AH = (X + Y) x 1.2 (Derating Factor).
Note: Refer specification (Page 10) for Quiescent, standby, alarm
currents
System current (S) = Quiescent Current +
(Standby current X No. of zone)
Fire current (F) = (Alarm Current x no. of zones) +
(Hooter Current x No. of Hooter).
Example: (4 Zone with 48 Hrs in normal condition & 1 Hr in Alarm condition)
S = 0.060A + (0.0068A X 4) = 0.0872A
F = (0.035A X 4) + [0.2 X 4(no. of sounder)] = 0.94A
X = S (0.0872A) x 48 Hrs. = 4.1856
Y = F (0.94A) x 1 Hrs. = 0.94
AH = X+ Y = (4.1856 + 0.94) X 1.2 = 6.15072 Ah
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Chapter 7: Trouble Shooting
Indication
Remedy
Root Cause
There is no
indication on
the panel
No power to the
Panel
Check AC power and
Standby power.
If there is any
false alarm
from the
detector
May be the
detector is faulty
or check EOL
resistor
Ensure the AC supply
within range 185 245v (or) Change the
faulty detector
Check number of
detectors connected
in the loop. Total
detectors current
should not go above
3mA
There is no proper If there is no hooter
Hooter fault
connection in the connected to the
indication
output, check if EOL
hooter
resistor connected
Or loop Fault.
there or not.
Check loop wiring for
Connection Details for Non
short / open using a
Polarized Hooter
meter.
If hooter is nonDiode
polarized, then ensure
IN4007
each hooter’s +ve
loop is connected to
+
+
1N 4007 diode’s
Hooter
cathode and the
(NAC)
hooter –ve loop
connected to the
anode of 1N 4007.
Detector OPEN Total zone loop
is not detected current exceed
the rated value
by the panel
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Chapter 8: Terminal Details
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Microprocessor Based Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel.
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