Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation Manual
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Contents i
Section 1
Hardware Overview .........................................................................................................1
Hardware Features ....................................................................................................................................... 1
Fascia............................................................................................................................................................ 2
Touch-Panel-Display ..................................................................................................................................... 2
Left-Panel Indicators ..................................................................................................................................... 3
Right-Panel Indicators ................................................................................................................................... 3
Fire In Zone Indicators .................................................................................................................................. 4
Printer............................................................................................................................................................ 4
Main Back Board ........................................................................................................................................... 5
Ribbon Cable Connectors ............................................................................................................................. 6
Sounder and AUX 24V Terminals ................................................................................................................. 7
Relay Terminals ............................................................................................................................................ 8
Dual-Slot-Connectors .................................................................................................................................... 9
Circuit Board Slots and Field Terminals ........................................................................................................ 10
Cable-Tie-Holders ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Network, RS485 I/O, Fire Routing O/P and Prog I/P .................................................................................... 15
Power Supply Terminals ............................................................................................................................... 16
0V Terminals ................................................................................................................................................. 17
Power Supply Fault Signalling Connector ..................................................................................................... 18
Monitored Input and Output Terminals.......................................................................................................... 19
Extension Board............................................................................................................................................ 20
LCD Main Processor Board .......................................................................................................................... 21
Required Circuit Boards ................................................................................................................................ 23
System Board A Module ............................................................................................................................... 24
System Board B Module ............................................................................................................................... 25
Dual Loop Module ......................................................................................................................................... 26
Optional Circuit Boards and Assemblies ....................................................................................................... 27
Zone LED Board ........................................................................................................................................... 29
Vision Unit. .................................................................................................................................................... 30
Power Supplies ............................................................................................................................................. 32
Functional Features ...................................................................................................................................... 35
Section 2
Installation .......................................................................................................................38
General Installation Checklist........................................................................................................................ 38
Before You Begin .......................................................................................................................................... 39
Installing the FACP ....................................................................................................................................... 42
Replacing Cabinet Components ................................................................................................................... 48
Circuit Boards................................................................................................................................................ 58
Connecting the LCD Main Processor Board ................................................................................................. 59
Optional Circuit Boards DIP Switch Settings................................................................................................. 61
DIP Switch Settings....................................................................................................................................... 62
Loop Circuit Boards DIP Switch Settings ...................................................................................................... 62
Field Terminal Assignments .......................................................................................................................... 62
Connecting Loop Circuits .............................................................................................................................. 65
Connecting Spur Circuits .............................................................................................................................. 66
Installing Addressable Devices ..................................................................................................................... 67
Detection Loop Sounders and Output Boards .............................................................................................. 67
Connecting Sounder Circuits ........................................................................................................................ 67
AUX 24V 1 and AUX 24V 2........................................................................................................................... 69
Relay Contacts .............................................................................................................................................. 69
Fire Routing O/P ........................................................................................................................................... 70
Programmable Inputs .................................................................................................................................... 71
Operating and installing the Printer ............................................................................................................... 72
Commissioning.............................................................................................................................................. 73
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Panel Maintenance ..........................................................................................................80
Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................. 80
Inspecting Batteries....................................................................................................................................... 80
Replacing Standby-Batteries......................................................................................................................... 80
Removing the Standby-Batteries .................................................................................................................. 80
Installing the Standby-Batteries .................................................................................................................... 80
Replacing Fuses ........................................................................................................................................... 82
Removing the Fuse ....................................................................................................................................... 83
Installing the Replacement Fuse ................................................................................................................... 84
ChassisReplacing Internal Components ....................................................................................................... 85
Internal Component Connections 2 to 8 loop ................................................................................................ 90
Internal Component Connections 2 to 16 loop .............................................................................................. 91
Appendix A
Specifications ..................................................................................................................92
Electrical........................................................................................................................................................ 92
AC Line Ratings ............................................................................................................................................ 92
Power Supply ................................................................................................................................................ 92
System Power ............................................................................................................................................... 94
Standby-Battery Loads.................................................................................................................................. 97
Loop Cabling ................................................................................................................................................. 98
Detection Loop Ratings ................................................................................................................................. 99
AUX 24V (1) and (2)...................................................................................................................................... 100
Relay Ratings ................................................................................................................................................ 100
Network RS485 I/O ...................................................................................................................................... 100
Fire Routing Serial I/O................................................................................................................................... 101
Fire Routing O/P ........................................................................................................................................... 101
Fault Routing O/P.......................................................................................................................................... 102
Prog I/P 1, 2 and 3 ........................................................................................................................................ 102
System Components ..................................................................................................................................... 102
Mechanical .................................................................................................................................................... 104
Cabinet Components .................................................................................................................................... 104
Cabinet Housing............................................................................................................................................ 104
Operating Environment ................................................................................................................................. 105
Required Circuit Boards ................................................................................................................................ 106
System Board A Module ............................................................................................................................... 106
System Board B ModuleFACP ...................................................................................................................... 106
Supplementary Devices ................................................................................................................................ 108
Vision Unit ..................................................................................................................................................... 108
Appendix B
Calculations .....................................................................................................................110
Current-Loading ............................................................................................................................................ 110
Determining the Total Load Current .............................................................................................................. 111
Selecting Standby Batteries .......................................................................................................................... 112
Appendix C
Compatible Standby Batteries .......................................................................................118
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Section 1
Hardware Overview
The 2 to 8 Loop FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) provides connections for addressable devices in 2, 4, 6 or 8 loop
model configurations.
The 2 to 16 Loop FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) provides connections for addressable devices in 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,
12,14 or 16 loop model configurations.
Networked models of the FACP can support over 260,000 addressable devices and 65,000 programmable inputs
and outputs. Individual models of the FACP can support up to 2032 addressable points and 512 additional programmable inputs and outputs.
The FACP’S are third party approved to the required European product standards EN54-2 and EN54-4 And comply
with the standard for assessment of compatibility of fire detection system components EN54-13.
This manual contains many illustrations and descriptions of circuit board connectors. Circuit board connectors a appearing in illustrations, but not described in the manual are intended for manufacturing purposes only.
Hardware Features
The figure below illustrates hardware features of the FACP:
Figure 1-1
Hardware Features
Key
Description
A
LCD Main Processor Board
B
Main Back Board
C
Power Supply
D
Zone LED Board (Optional)
E
Printer (Optional)
F
Standby-Batteries
Note: This image shows the yellow marine battery clamps fitted.
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Fascia
The figure below illustrates the fascia of the FACP:
Figure 1-1
Fascia
Key
Description
A
Left LED Indicators
B
Right LED Indicators
C
Touch-Panel-Display
D
Automatic Brightness
Control Sensor
E
Enable Access Keyswitch
F
Zone LED Indicators
G
Printer
Touch-Panel-Display
The figure below illustrates the normal-standby-condition of the touch-panel-display:
Figure 1-2
Normal-Standby-Condition of Touch-Panel-Display
The 7 inch, full colour, high resolution
display provides a resistive touch
screen that allows operation when
users are wearing gloves.
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Left-Panel Indicators
The figure below illustrates left-panel indicators:
Figure 1-3
Left-Panel-Indicators
Key
LED Indicator
Illuminated
Colour
A
Fire
Red
B
General Fault
Amber
C
System Fault
Amber
D
General Disablement
Amber
E
Fire Protection
Activated
Amber
F
Fire Protection
Fault
Amber
Right-Panel Indicators
The figure below illustrates right-panel indicators:
Figure 1-4
Right-Panel-Indicators
Key
LED Indicator
Illuminated
Colour
A
Fire Routing On
Red
B
Fire Routing
Fault/Disabled
Amber
C
Test Mode On
Amber
D
Delays Active
Amber
E
Sounder Fault/
Disabled
Amber
F
Power On
Green
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Fire In Zone Indicators
Fire In Zone indicators are provided on the fascia of the FACP in single, two or three bank configurations. Single
bank configurations contain 48 Fire In Zone indicators. Two bank configurations contain 96 Fire In Zone indicators
and three bank configurations contain 144 Fire In Zone indicators.
The figure below illustrates a single bank of 48 Fire In Zone indicators:
Figure 1-5
Single Bank of Fire In Zone Indicators
Printer
The Printer is an optional feature located on the lower portion of the fascia. The Printer is a thermal printer that never
requires replacement ink. It uses 58 mm wide heat sensitive paper rolls accessible from the fascia of the FACP. The
Printer receives power during the printing cycle to reduce power consumption of the standby batteries.
The figure below illustrates the optional front loading, thermal Printer of the FACP:
Figure 1-6
Printer
Key
LED Indicator
A
Paper Pause
B
Power LED
C
Paper Feed
D
Paper Exit
E
Paper-Roll Lid Access
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Main Back Board
The Main Back Board of the FACP provides slot-connections for optional and required circuit boards as well as for
field wiring and power supply terminations.
The figure below illustrates connection properties of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-7
Main Back Board
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
Sounder and AUX 24V terminals
G
Monitored input and output terminals
B
Relay terminals
H
General purpose, non-supervised terminals for
triggering programmable inputs
C
Cable-tie-holders
I
These terminals are used for factory wiring
purposes only
D
Network, RS485 I/O bus and Fire Routing
interface terminals.
J
Detection loop and I/O terminals
E
Internal and external power supply
terminals
K
Board Slots
F
Power supply fault status signal terminals
L
Ribbon cable connectors.
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Ribbon Cable Connectors
The figure below illustrates Ribbon Cable Connectors of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-8
Ribbon Cable Connectors
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
LCD Main Processor Board Connector (J13)
D
Ancillary RS232 Bus 1 Connector (J16)
B
LCD Main Processor Board Connector (J14)
E
Ancillary RS232 Bus 2 Connector (J17)
C
Connector (J15)
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Sounder and AUX 24V Terminals
Sounder circuits 1 to 4, in the default state, these sounder circuits can be connected as four spur monitored outputs.
Sounder circuits 1 to 4 can also be configured as two Loop or two spur and one loop output.
The figure below illustrates the Sounder and AUX 24V Terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-9
Sounder and AUX 24V terminals
Sounder Field
Terminals
Description
AUX Field Terminals
Description
( + ) and ( - )
S1 Sounder Terminals
S2 Sounder Terminals
S3 Sounder Terminals
S4 Sounder Terminals
( + ) and ( - ), ( + ) and
(+M - M )
AUX 24V (1)
AUX 24V (2)
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Relay Terminals
The figure below illustrates Relay Terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-10
Relay Terminals
Field Terminals
Description
Field Terminals
Description
NO, C and NC
Fault Relay
NO, C and NC
Prog 1 Relay
NO, C and NC
Fire Relay
NO, C and NC
Prog 2 Relay
NO, C and NC
Alarm Relay
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Dual-Slot-Connectors
The figure below illustrates Dual-Slot-Connectors of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-11
Dual-Slot-Connectors
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
Slot A for System Board A Module
E
Slot E for Dual Loop Module or I/O Modules
B
Slot B for System Board B Module
F
Slot F for Dual Loop Module or I/O Modules
C
Slot C for Dual Loop Module or I/O Modules
G
Field wiring terminals for Detection Loop
Devices or I/O Modules corresponding to slots
C, D, E and F.
D
Slot D for Dual Loop Module or I/O Modules
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Circuit Board Slots and Field Terminals
Circuit board slots and field terminals of the FACP contain corresponding lettering to identify position on the Main
Back Board. Circuit Board slots C, D, E and F correspond to terminals C,D, E and F of the Main Back Board.
Circuit Board slots A and B are dedicated system boards that operate primary functions of the FACP. They have no
associated Field terminals associated.The figure below illustrates corresponding lettering of circuit board slots and
field terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-12
Circuit Board Slots and Field Terminals
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Board Slot C
The figure below illustrates the Board Slot C Terminals of Loops 1 and 2:
Figure 1-13
Board Slot C Terminals of Loops 1 and 2
Field Terminals
Board Location
Function
1 - 4 and 5 - 8
Slot C
Loop 1 and Loop 2 or I/O
Board Slot D
The figure below illustrates the Board Slot D Terminals of Loops 3 and 4:
Figure 1-14
Board Slot D Terminals of Loops 3 and 4
Field Terminals
Board Location
Function
1 - 4 and 5 - 8
Slot D
Loop 3 and Loop 4 or I/O
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Board Slot E
The figure below illustrates the Board Slot E Terminals of Loops 5, 6 and I/O:
Figure 1-15
Board Slot E Terminals of Loops 5, 6 and I/O
Field Terminals
Board Location
Function
1 - 4, 5 - 8 and 9 - 16
Slot E
Loop 5, 6 or I/O
Board Slot F
The figure below illustrates the Board Slot F Terminals of Loops 7, 8 and I/O:
Board Slot F Terminals of Loops 7, 8 and I/O
Field Terminals
Board Location
Function
1 - 4, 5 - 8 and 9 - 16
Slot F
Loop 7, 8 or I/O
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Cable-Tie-Holders
Cable-tie-holders of the Main Back Board provide C-shaped-slots to form and secure cables to the surface of the
PCB with cable-ties.
The figure below illustrates cable-tie-holders of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-16
Cable-Tie-Holders
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Extension Board Power Terminals
The figure below illustrates Extension Board Power Terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-17
Extension Board Power Terminals
Field Terminals
Description
( -)
Two terminals for providing 0 VDC return-power ( - ).
(+)
Two terminals for providing 24 VDC power ( + ).
These terminals are used for factory wiring purposes only.
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Network, RS485 I/O, Fire Routing O/P and Prog I/P
The figure below illustrates Network, RS485 I/O, Fire Routing O/P and Prog I/P of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-18
Network, RS485 I/O, Fire Routing O/P and Prog I/P
Field Terminals
Description
NETWORK
Provides RS485 networking.
RS485 I/O
Provides ancillary RS485 input and output.
FIRE ROUTING O/P
Provides a dedicated RS485 output for signalling to remote monitoring and control products
using a bespoke signalling protocol.
PROG I/P
Provides three programmable inputs that operate on active low thresholds.
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Power Supply Terminals
Power Supply Terminals of the Main Back Board are used for factory wiring purposes only. The figure below illustrates Power Supply Terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-19
Power Supply Terminals
Field Terminals
Description
E
Earth terminal connection
FLT
Terminal connection from the fault input of the 24V DC power supply
(-)
Negative terminal connection from the 24V DC power supply
(+)
Positive terminal connection from the 24V DC power supply
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0V Terminals
The figure below illustrates 0V Terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-20
0V Terminals
Field Terminals
Description
0V
Provides general purpose 0V.
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Power Supply Fault Signalling Connector
The figure below illustrates the Power Supply Fault Signalling Connector of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-21
Power Supply Fault Signalling Connector
Field Terminals
Description
Power Supply
Fault Signalling
Connector
Provides power and fault signalling from the 5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp Power Supply to the FACP.
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Monitored Input and Output Terminals
The figure below illustrates Monitored Input and Output Terminals of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-22
Monitored Input and Output Terminals
Field Terminals
Description
FIRE RT I/P
Fire Routing Input
FIRE RT O/P
Fire Routing Output
EXT ACTV
Extinguishant Activated Input
EXT O/P
Extinguishant Output
EXT FLT
Extinguishant Fault Input
FLT RT O/P
Fault Routing Output
FLT RT I/P
Fault Routing Input
Fire and Fault routing outputs provide monitored, 24V DC voltage with reversing outputs.
The Extinguisher output provides a 3K3 resistance under normal conditions and a 680R resistance when activated.
All inputs require a monitoring resistor and a trigger resistor to operate.
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Extension Board
The extension board is fitted to the 2 to 16 Loop version of the Fire Control only. Where loop cards are not fitted, the
slots can be used to operate Additional Boards.
The figure below illustrates connection properties of the Main Back Board:
Figure 1-23
Extension Board
A
B
C
D
M
L
E
K
F
J
H
G
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
J Slot Terminals
G
Board slots
B
K Slot Terminals
H
24V Input terminals
C
Interface for manufacturing purposes only
J
0V Terminals
D
Interface for manufacturing purposes only
K
RS485 interface terminals
E
Ribbon Connection to Main Board
L
G Slot Terminals
F
DIP switches for future use
M
H Slot Terminals
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LCD Main Processor Board
The LCD Main Processor Board provides the touch-display, central processing and memory for the FACP. The LCD
Main Processor Board mounts to the cabinet-lid of the FACP and includes hardware features such as connectors,
ports, switches, LED indicators and the internal buzzer.
Connectors and Ports
The figure below illustrates connectors and ports of the LCD Main Processor Board:
Figure 1-24
Connectors and Ports
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
Auxiliary RS232 port 1
F
RS232 thermal Printer connection
B
USB A Used for memory device such as
pen-drives or other mass storage devices.
G
Network Module and the Network, Ethernet &
IFAM Interface Module connector.
C
Zone LED board connector
H
Back Board connector carrying serial
interfaces such as networking, I/O interfaces signals, Fire routing signals, RS485.
D
Micro SD card for memory expansion logging or
configuration data storage.
J
Back board connector carrying signals for
internal cards such as loops, RS485 full duplex,
I/O card RS485 communications, sounder
patterns, reset, memory write enable, common fire
and faults.
E
USB B Used for PC connections and
configuration data transfer.
K
Write Enable switch
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Switches, LED Indicators and The Internal Buzzer
The figure below illustrates switches, LED indicators and the internal buzzer of the LCD Main Processor Board:
Figure 1-25
Switches, LED Indicators and The Internal Buzzer
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
Memorywrite enable switch
D
Reset button
B
Watch Dog Reset button
E
Calibration button for touch-panel-display
C
Watch Dog Trip LED
F
System Buzzer
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Required Circuit Boards
Circuit boards of the cabinet can be added, configured and replaced without altering field wiring
connections. This modularity allows each FACP to be customized for specific operation.
Circuit boards of the FACP are installed and configured for required and optional features. Required circuit boards
provide the FACP with minimum fire alarm control functionality.
Required circuit boards for an addressable EN54 compliant FACP include:
•
System Board A Module
•
System Board B Module
•
Dual Loop Module
Minimum Operation and Basic Function
The FACP must include the System Board A Module, System Board B Module and the Dual Loop Module for minimum operation. Minimum operation describes the FACP as an operating FACP.
All circuit boards of the FACP are field replaceable.
The figure below illustrates minimum functions of the FACP with the Main Back Board containing System Board A
Module, System Board B Module and the Dual Loop Module.
Figure 1-26
Minimum Functionality
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System Board A Module
System Board A Module fits into slot A of the Back Board and contains power supply monitoring, earth fault monitoring and four sounder output circuits. It also provides voltage reversal protection to all circuit boards of the FACP.
The figure below illustrates System Board A Module of the FACP:
Figure 1-27
System Board A Module
Key
Description
A
Edge connector for termination at slot A of the Main Back Board.
B
Edge connector for termination at slot A of the Main Back Board.
C
LED 1 through LED 6 provide status information.
LED 6
Output active LED flashes red to indicate the at the
input is transmitting data.
LED 5
Input active LED flashes red to indicate the at the
input is receiving data.
LED 4
Fault flashes yellow to identify and error condition.
LED 3
Tx Comms flashes red to identify transmitting data.
LED 2
Rx Comms flashes red to identify receiving data.
LED 1
Heartbeat flashes red once every 3 seconds to
identify normal functional status.
During firmware upgrade LED will flash twice per
second.
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System Board B Module
The System Board B Module fits into slot B of the Main Back Board and controls the fire, fault and programmable
relays, auxiliary 24 volts, fire routing, fault routing and extinguisher inputs and outputs.
The figure below illustrates System Board B Module of the FACP:
Figure 1-28
System Board B Module
Key
Description
A
Edge connector for termination at slot A of the Main Back Board.
B
Edge connector for termination at slot A of the Main Back Board.
C
LED 1 through LED 6 provide status information.
LED 8
Not used.
LED 7
Not used.
LED 6
Output active LED flashes red to indicate the at the
input is transmitting data.
LED 5
Input active LED flashes red to indicate the at the
input is receiving data.
LED 4
Fault flashes yellow to identify and error condition.
LED 3
Tx Comms flashes green to identify transmitting
data.
LED 2
Rx Comms flashes green to identify receiving data.
LED 1
Heartbeat flashes red once every 3 seconds to
identify normal functional status.
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Dual Loop Module
The Dual Loop Module provides two addressable loops on the FACP. The Dual Loop Module must be fitted in an
available slot C through F of the Main Back Board for 2 to 8 loop versions of the panel. On 2 to16 loop versions of
the panel where the Extension Board is featured, Dual loop modules can be fitted to slots G through to K.
Up to 4 Dual Loop Modules can be fitted to 2 to 8 loop versions of the panel to provide up to 8 addressable loops.
Up to 8 Dual Loop Modules can be fitted to 2 to16 loop versions of the panel to provide up to 16 addressable loops.
The Dual Loop Module monitors loop device status and provides status to the LCD Main Processor Board. It holds
all device configurations and operates in a stand-alone manner where catastrophic failures occur.
The Dual Loop Module talks to other parts of the FACP to maintain the integrity of alarm and fault functions and
EN54-2 requirements.
The figure below illustrates the Dual Loop Module of the FACP:
Figure 1-29
Dual Loop Module
Key
Description
A
LED 8 through LED 11 provide the following status
information:
LED 11
Loop 2 off state when LED ON
LED 10
Loop 1 off state when LED ON
LED 9
Fault status for Processor 2
LED 8
Heart Beat for Processor 2
B
Edge connector for termination at slot C, D, E and F of the Main
Back Board and slots G, H, J
C
Six-position DIP switch S1 for setting the RS485 bus address of the
circuit board.
D
Edge connector for termination at slot C, D, E and F of the Main
Back Board and slots G, H, J
E
LED 6 through LED 11 provide the following status information:
LED 11
Output Active LED flashes red to indicate that the
output is active transmitting data.
LED 10
Input Active LED flashes green to indicate that the
input is active receiving data.
LED 9
Fault flashes yellow to identify an error condition.
LED 8
Tx Comms flashes green to identify transmitting
data to other system cards.
LED 7
Rx Comms flashes green to identify receiving data
from other system card.
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Optional Circuit Boards and Assemblies
Optional circuit boards of the FACP are available for zone alarm indications, networking, Ethernet and Initial Final
Address Message (IFAM) telecom communication.
Circuit boards providing these functions include the:
•
Communication Module Series
•
Vision Unit
•
Zone LED Board
•
Printer
Communication Modules
Communication modules of the FACP include the Network Module and the Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module.
Network Module
The Network Module provides enhanced high speed communication for networking up to a maximum of 128
FACP’s. The network provided by this module can support combinations of FACP’s and Vision units.
FACP’s can be configured for master/slave, multiple master/slave or peer to peer connections and receive events
from other the FACP’s in the network. The Loop networking used in conjunction with the Network Module provides
tolerance against open and short circuit fault conditions.
The figure below illustrates the Network Module of the FACP:
Figure 1-30
Network Module
NOTE
Do NOT wire to terminals
B, C & D - use terminals on
Back Board - See “Main
Back Board” on page 5.
Key
Description
A
LED 1 through LED 4 provide the following status
information:
LED 1
Red Heartbeat
LED 2
Green, Comms Tx for network
LED 3
Green, Comms Rx for network
LED 4
Yellow, Internal fault for
network
B
NET OUT terminals transmit network
communication
* See Note
C
E terminal, earth ground
* See Note
D
NET IN terminals receive network communication
* See Note
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Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module
The Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module combines operating features included in the Network Module,
Ethernet Module and IFAM Interface Module.
The figure below illustrates the Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module of the FACP:
Figure 1-31
Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module
NOTE
Do NOT wire to terminals
D, F & F - use terminals on
Back Board - See “Main
Back Board” on page 5.
Key
Description
A
LED 1 through LED 8 provide the following status information
LED 1
Red Heartbeat
LED 2
Green, Comms Tx for network
LED 3
Green, Comms Rx for network
LED 4
Yellow, Internal fault for network
LED 5
Green, Comms Tx for IFAM
LED 6
Green, Comms Rx for IFAM
LED 7
Yellow, Internal fault for IFAM
LED 8
Green, Comms for SPI Bus
B
Port J4, RJ45 connector for receiving CAT5 Ethernet
C
LED 9, LED 10 and LED 12 provide the following
status information:
LED 9
Yellow, Full duplex (on) half duplex (off)
LED 10
Red, Speed, 10MHz (off), 100MHz (on)
LED 12
Green, Communication present when flashing
D
NET OUT terminals transmit network communications
* See Note
E
E terminal, earth ground
* See Note
F
NET IN terminals receive network communications
* See Note
G
IFAM2 terminal, full duplex RS485 communications
H
E terminal, earth ground
J
IFAM1 terminal, full duplex RS485 communications
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Zone LED Board
The Zone LED Board contains 48 LEDs and is fitted to the LCD Main Processor Board of the FACP. A maximum of
three Zone LED Boards can be fitted within the 2-8 loop enclosure to provide the fascia of the FACP with 144 Zone
LED indicators.
The figure below illustrates the component side of the Zone LED Board:
Figure 1-32
Zone LED Board
Zone indicators are not shown on the component-side image above. Zone indicators are located on the
opposite side of the circuit board.
The component-side of the Zone LED Board is visible when the lid of the FACP is open. Zone LED indicators are
not present on the component-side of the Zone LED Board. The opposite side of the image shown contains Zone
LED indicators. LED 50 flashes red when the heartbeat is operating on the Zone LED Board. LED 49 is red when
data is received on the Zone LED Board.
The figure below illustrates the location of the Zone LED Board on the lid of the FACP:
Figure 1-33
Zone LED Board Location
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Vision Unit.
The Vision Unit provides a full-colour graphical-display and touch-screen. The Vision Unit is a full function fire alarm
repeater that is configurable and application flexible.
The Vision Unit can be configured to replicate functions of a FACP or to operate as a display-only-device for applications where FACP functions are unavailable.
The figure below illustrates the fascia of the Vision Unit:
Figure 1-34
Fascia of the Vision Unit
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The Vision Unit can be flush-mounted or recessed on a wall using our quick-fix adaptor-frame. Special finishes and
colours are available for models of the Vision Unit.
The figure below illustrates Vision Unit internal features:
Figure 1-35
Vision Unit internal features
A B
C D
E F
G H
J
K
L
QP N M
Key
Description
Key
Description
A
USB to PC communications port
H
Buzzer
B
24 V In/Out, Remote PSU monitor &
Ground Terminals
J
Proprietary connections for manufacturing purposes
C
Reboot button (panel firmware dependent)
K
SD card slot
D
Write Enable switch
L
No function
E
No function
M
IFAM terminals
F
No function
N
Network terminals (Net in, Net out)
G
Processor reset button
P
Not used
Q
USB to PC communications port
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Power Supplies
Models of the FACP can include the 5.25 Amp or the 10.25 Amp power supply. The 5.25 Amp Power Supply can
charge standby-batteries up to 26Ah. The 10.25 Amp power supply can charge standby-batteries up to 45Ah.
Both power supplies provide an output voltage of 24V and accept input voltages of 115 VAC or 230 VAC.
A jumper connection on the 5.25 Amp Power Supply is used to set input voltages for 115 VAC or 230 VAC. The
jumper connection is set at the factory according to input voltage requirements of the customer.
The 10.25 Amp power supply does not provide a jumper connection to select between input voltages. This power
supply includes a universal input feature that automatically compensates for input voltages between 95V and 250V
AC.
Features
Features of the power supplies include:
Deep-Discharge Prevention
The 10.25 Amp Power Supply prevents deep-discharge of the standby-batteries by disconnecting the load when the standby-battery-voltage drops below 19+/-1V DC.
A deep-discharge can cause permanent damage to standby-batteries. Preventing this
condition allows standby-batteries to recharge for continued operation after extended
power-outages.
Battery-Backup
Provides battery power to the load when the AC input of the power supply falls below
the rated level. The voltage at the load remains within the specified range during these
switching-transitions.
Battery-Boost
Boosts standby-battery voltage to maintain a constant 22 VDC when the voltage drops
below the 22 VDC level.
Short-Circuit Protection
Provides a shut down on the load side of the power supply when the load-current
exceeds the maximum level.
Automatic-Retry
Restores output to the load when operating conditions return to nominal levels. This
feature restores voltage levels at the load following conditions such as
over-current and battery depletion.
Battery Impedance
Provides a fault warning when the impedance of the battery charging circuit reaches a
level that affects operation of the system.
Battery Supervision
Battery presence and low battery voltage supervision
Earth Fault detection
Earth Fault Detection
General Fault Relay
All faults are reported over the common fault contacts
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The figure below illustrates the 5.25 Amp Power Supply of the FACP:
Figure 1-36
5.25 Amp Power Supply
The figure below illustrates the 10.25 Amp Power Supply of the FACP:
Figure 1-37
10.25 Amp Power Supply
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Status Indicators
Status indicators are located on the 5.25 Amp and 10.25 Amp power supplies for diagnostic information.
The figure below illustrates status indicators of the 10.25 Amp Power Supply:
Figure 1-38
Power Supply Status Indicators
Status indicators of the 10.25 Amp Power Supply are identical to those of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply.
Key
LED Indicator
Illuminated
Colour
Condition When Illuminated
A
AC Normal
Green
Mains power is connected
B
Heartbeat
Amber
The processor is functioning when the heartbeat is
flashing
C
DC Out on
Green
The 24V DC output is supplying power to the load
D
General fault
Amber
The battery charge voltage is too high
E
Earth fault
Amber
The 24V DC supply is connected to earth
F
Battery low
Amber
The battery voltage is drops below 20.4V DC.
G
Battery disconnected
Amber
Standby-batteries are disconnected from the load
when the battery voltage drops below
19 +/- 1V DC.
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Functional Features
The following summarises the standard features found on all models of the FACP’s:
Inputs and Outputs
Input and Output features of the FACP’s include:
Feature
Description
Detection Loops
One to eight circuits, two per loop card
Sounder Outputs
Four sounder outputs. Each pair of sounder outputs can be converted to one
loop circuit.
Auxiliary 24V Supplies
Two outputs, programmable
Fault Relay
Volt free changeover contact, programmable
Fire Relay
Volt free changeover contact, programmable
Alarm Relay
Volt free changeover contact, programmable
Programmable Relay 1
Volt free changeover contact
Programmable Relay 2
Volt free changeover contact
Programmable Inputs
Three independently programmable inputs
Fire Routing Input
Supervised input to receive confirmation signal from fire routing equipment.
Re -programmable for any input event type.
Fire Routing Output
Voltage reversing output, 24V DC for signalling fire routing equipment.
Re-programmable for any output event type.
Fault Routing Output
Voltage reversing output, 24V DC for signalling fault routing equipment.
Re-programmable for any output event type.
Fault Routing Input
Supervised input to receive confirmation signal from fault routing equipment.
Re -programmable for any input event type.
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Communication
Communication features of the FACP include:
Feature
Description
USB Type A
One USB type A port
USB Type B
One USB type B port
Ancillary RS485 Bus
Connection provides up to 32 ancillary devices with 512 programmable points
Fire Routing RS485 Bus
Configurable and compatible with proprietary fire brigade interface equipment
RS232 Port 1
Configurable RS232 port 1 for ancillary devices
RS232 Port 2
Configurable RS232 port 2 for ancillary devices
Expansion
Expansion features of the FACP include:
Feature
Description
Auxiliary Connector
Connector for providing additional detection loops and I/O modules
Network Card Connector
Supports networking of panels through an RS485 connection
I/O Board Connectors
Connectors for I/O boards to be fitted in lieu of two loop boards.
Micro SD card Connector
Micro SD card connector for flash memory expansion
Printer Connector
Connector for panel mounted Printer (RS232)
Zone LED Board Connector
Connector for Zone LED boards.
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User Interface
User interface features of the FACP include:
Feature
Description
Display
Full colour, 7” ( 178 mm) VGA LCD with resistive touch panel. Context sensitive controls on
touch screen display. No additional controls. Configurable screen with customer logo and/or
contact details. Ambient light sensor for automatic brightness level adjustment.
Keyswitch
Keyswitch for user level access to FACP controls.
Indicators
LED indicators provide illumination for mandatory FACP indications.
Power
Power features of the FACP include:
Feature
Description
Input power
Input power 230V AC or 115V AC
Power supplies
Power supply 5.25 A 24V DC or 10.25 A 24V DC.
Battery Capacity
Battery capacity 26 Ah (two to eight loop) standard enclosure
Configuration
Configuration features of the FACP include:
Feature
Description
Fascia Controls
Configure the FACP through the level 3 front panel fascia controls.
Programming
Configure the FACP using the Loop Explorer configuration utility programme.
Computer
Provide programming using a computer connection to the USB type B connector of the FACP.
Flash Memory Stick
Provide programming using a flash memory stick connection to the USB type A connector of
the FACP.
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Section 2
Installation
This section provides instructions for connecting cables, mounting and testing the FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel)
for installation.
General Installation Checklist
To complete the installation:
1
Create a plan of the fire alarm system and checklist for installing the FACP.
2
Remove the FACP from its packaging and check its contents.
3
Open and remove the fascia-door from the FACP cabinet.
4
Open and remove the lid from the cabinet of the FACP.
5
Disconnect and remove ribbon cables and earth cables.
6
Remove the back-plate from the cabinet.
CAUTION!
Maintain extreme care when anchoring the cabinet to the premises wall. Electronic components
within the FACP are vulnerable to physical damage from severe shock and vibration. Remove the
cabinet-door and fascia from the cabinet when installations cannot
guarantee vigilant care during cabinet anchoring.
7
Mount the empty-cabinet of the FACP to the premises wall.
8
Thread cabling into the cabinet and secure it to the terminals of the FACP.
9
Re-attach the back-plate to the cabinet.
10
Place standby-batteries in the base of the cabinet.
11
Re-attach the fascia-door of the FACP.
12
Re-attach the lid to the FACP cabinet.
13
Dress and reconnect ribbon cables and earth cables.
14
Determine the current consumption of the fire alarm system.
15
Determine the battery capacity of the FACP.
16
Connect the standby-batteries to the BATTERY terminals of the power supply.
17
Close the fascia-door and the lid of the FACP.
18
Apply power to the FACP from the AC source.
19
Test the installation of the FACP.
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Before You Begin
Before you begin the installation, take a few minutes to review the installation information, gather the required items,
and complete the tasks listed below to make the installation as quick and easy as possible.
CAUTION!
The FACP installation must be performed by qualified personnel familiar with electronic components. Electronic
components within the FACP are vulnerable to damage from electrostatic discharge. Ground straps must be worn
by installers before handling FACP circuit boards to prevent damage from electrostatic discharge.
1
Create a plan and checklist before beginning the installation process. Planning can reduce the number of problems
that can occur during installation.
2
Select an environment that is suitable for operating the FACP. The site chosen for mounting the FACP should be clean
and dry and not subject to excessive shock or vibration. Ensure that the FACP environment is free from wire ends,
knockout discs and other debris.
3
Verify that you received the following items to operate base functions of the FACP:
Item
Quantity
Description
5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp
Power Supply
1
The 5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp power supply are the power-sources
of the FACP.
All models of the FACP contain the 5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp Power
Supply.
Main Back Board
1
The Main Back Board of the FACP contains slots for six circuit
boards. The Main Back Board accepts the
System Board A Module, System Board B Module, Dual Loop
Modules.
All models of the FACP contain the Main Back Board.
Extension Board
1
The Extension Board is fitted to the right hand side of the Main
Back Board.
Only fitted to 16 Loop versions of the FACP.
LCD Main Processor Board
1
The LCD Main Processor Board provides operation of the touchpanel-display.
All models of the FACP contain the LCD Main
Processor Board.
Network module (Optional)
1
Provides networking functionality to the panel, each panel that is
networked will require a network module.
Network, Ethernet & IFAM module
(Optional)
1
Provides networking, Ethernet and IFAM functionality to the panel,
each panel that is networked will require a network module.
System Printer (Optional)
1
The printer allows the printing of lie or logged fire-system events. It
is mounted on the front fascia of the panel.
10 Conductor IDC Printer Cable
(Optional-Only required when
Printer Installed)
1
The 10 Conductor IDC Printer Cable connects from the connector
on the printer assembly to the “Printer” connector on the LCD Main
Processor Board.
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Item
Quantity
Description
System Board A Module
1
A System Board A Module is required for operation of the FACP.
All models of the FACP contain one System Board A Module.
System Board B Module
1
A System Board B Module is required for operation of the FACP.
All models of the FACP contain one System Board B Module.
Dual Loop Module
1
The Dual Loop Module provides two addressable loop functions
for the FACP.
All models of the FACP contain one Dual Loop Module.
Earthing Cable
4
The earthing cable is yellow-stripped-green, 1.0 mm, insulated
wire containing connecting lugs. Earthing cabling provides common electrical earth connections to the cabinet-lid, fascia and
back-plate.
14 Way IDC PSU Signal Cable
1
The 14 Way IDC PSU Signal Cable connects from the J5 connector of the 5.25 A or 10.25 A Power Supply to the J18 connector of
the Main Back Board.
Battery Jumper Lead
1
The Battery Jumper Lead connects from the (+) terminal of
standby-battery 1 to the (-) terminal of standby-battery 2.
Battery Black Lead
1
The Battery Black Lead connects from the power supply, BATTERY (-) terminal to the (-) terminal of standby-battery 1.
Battery Red Lead
1
The Battery (+) Red Lead connects from the power supply, BATTERY (+) terminal to the (+) terminal of standby-battery 2.
PSU Power 0V Lead
1
The PSU Power 0V Lead connects from the RTN terminal of the
power supply to the (-) terminal of connector X96 on the
Main Back Board. ***
PSU Power 24V Lead
1
The PSU Power 24V Lead connects from the 24V terminal of the
power supply to the (+) terminal of connector X96 on the
Main Back Board. ***
34 Way IDC Cable
1
The 34 Way Cable connects from the J13 connector of the Main
Back Board to the J25 connector of the LCD Main Processor
Board.
40 Way IDC Cable
1
The 40 Way Cable connects from the Main Back Board to the J24
connector of the LCD Main Processor Board.
Zone LED Boards(s)
(Optional)
1-3(max)
The Zone LED Boards (s) are required if an individual optical indication of each zones is required. Note: this information is displayed on the LCD screen as standard
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Item
Quantity
Description
10 Way IDC Zone LED Cable
(Optional-Only required when a zone
card is Installed)
1
The 10 Way IDC Zone LED Cable connects from the J1 connector
of the LED Zone Board to the J28 connector of the LCD Main Processor Board.
10 Conductor IDC Zone LED to
LED Cable
(Optional-Only required when more
than one zone card is Installed)
1 or 2
The 10 Conductor IDC Zone LED to LED Cable is a daisy-chainjumper that connects from the J2 connector of one LED Zone
Board to the J1 connector of the next LED Zone Board.
One 10 Conductor IDC Zone LED is required when two LED Zone
Boards are installed on the fascia of the FACP.
Two 10 Conductor IDC Zone LED Cables are required when three
LED Zone Boards are installed on the fascia of the FACP.
10 Conductor IDC Printer Cable
(Optional-Only required when
Printer Installed)
1
The 10 Conductor IDC Printer Cable connects from the connector
on the printer assembly to the “Printer” connector on the LCD Main
Processor Board.
Fuse Accessory Pack
1
Fuse Accessory Pack containing KD25800 series RPSM2 fuses.
FF very fast acting 12A.
4
Acquire the following items that are not included with the FACP, but may be required for the installation:
Item
Quantity
Description
Standby-Batteries
2
Two 12 VDC standby-batteries.
Refer to Installation Manual Appendices to determine the AmpHour capacity required to support the system and recommended
model for operating under minimum Amp-Hour conditions.
Mounting Hardware
1
The mounting hardware that secures the FACP to the premiseswall is not provided in the FACP packaging. Mounting screws must
be M5 with a minimum length of 30mm
Anti-static handling strap
1
An Anti-static handling strap is required for handling the FACP circuit boards.
*** Locating Connector X96: Connector X96 is in a vertical position below vertical connector X80 on the Main Back
Board. Connector X96 includes connections for E, FLT, (-) and (+) of the power supply. Connector X80 includes
terminal connections for Network, RS485I/O Fire Routing O/P and Prog I/P.
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Installing the FACP
Before the system is installed the internal components MUST be removed before the cabinet is fixed in the required
location.
Removing Cabinet Components
Remove the Fascia, Lid, Back-Plate and Batteries of the FACP before mounting the Cabinet-Box. The Fascia contains the LCD Main Processor Board and Zone LED indicators of the FACP. The Back-Plate contains the Main Back
Board, the 5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp Power Supply and grounding terminals.
For 16 Loop versions of the FACP negate stages 3, 4 & 7. Fascia panel is adjoined to cabinet door.
To remove these components of the FACP:
1
Insert the key and turn clockwise to unlock cabinet-door of the FACP.
Figure 2-1
Unlocking the Cabinet-Door
2
Open the cabinet-door.
3
Grasp the metal assembly at both ends shown by the arrows and then tug gently to open the fascia of the FACP.
Figure 2-2
Opening the Fascia
4
Open the fascia of the FACP.
5
Disconnect four ground jumper cables from the lid and leave the opposite cable ends connected for safekeeping.
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Figure 2-3
Removing Ground Connections
6
Remove the two ribbon cables from the LCD Main Processor Board.
The cables will be reconnected to the LCD Main Processor Board following Cabinet -Box fixing.
Figure 2-4
Removing Ribbon Cables
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7
Remove four hinge-pins of the Fascia and then remove the Fascia from the Cabinet-Box of the FACP. Return the four
hinge-pins to the hinges of the Cabinet-Box for safekeeping.
Figure 2-5
Removing Hinge-Pins of the Fascia
To remove the Fascia from the
Cabinet-Box:
8
1
Pull the head of the upper-hingepin (A) away from the hingeassembly using
finger in hinge hoop.
2
Brace the top-corner of the
Cabinet-Lid to maintain
alignment with the lower-hinge.
3
Pull the head of the lower-hingepins (B), (C) and (D) away from
the hinge-assembly using finger
in hinge hoop.
4
Remove the Fascia from the
Cabinet-box of the FACP when
the four hinge-pins have been
removed.
Remove two hinge-pins of the Cabinet-Lid and then remove the Cabinet-Lid from the Cabinet-Box of the FACP.
Return the two hinge-pins to the hinges of the Cabinet-Box for safekeeping.
Figure 2-6
Removing the Hinge-Pins of the Cabinet-Lid
To remove the Cabinet-Lid from the
Cabinet-Box:
9
1
Pull the head of the upper-hinge-pin
(1) away from the hingeassembly using finger in hinge hoop.
2
Brace the top-corner of the cabinetdoor to maintain alignment with the
lower-hinge.
3
Pull the head of the lower-hinge-pin
(2) away from the hinge-assembly
using finger in hinge hoop.
4
Remove the Cabinet-Lid from the
Cabinet-box of the fire
Control Panel when the two hingepins have been removed.
Remove two retaining screws from the back-plate and then remove the back-plate from the FACP cabinet.
Fit the two retaining-screws in the empty-holes of the box for safekeeping.
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Figure 2-7
Removing the Chassis
To remove the Chassis from the
Cabinet-Box:
1
Remove two Posi-head
mounting-screws (A) from the top
portion of the Chassis.
2
Slide the Chassis upward to
remove it from tabs (B) of the Cabinet-Box.
3
Place the two Posi-head
mounting-screws in the holes of
the Cabinet-Box for re-attaching
the Chassis.
Figure 2-8
Removing the Chassis
For 2 to 16 Loop versions on the FACP Only.
To remove the chassis from the
Cabinet-Box:
1
Remove three Posi-head
mounting-screws (A) from the top
portion of the Chassis.
2
Slide the Chassis upward to
remove it from tabs (B) of the Cabinet-Box.
3
Place the three Posi-head
mounting-screws in the holes of
the Cabinet-Box for re-attaching
the Chassis.
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Figure 2-9
Empty Cabinet-Box of the FACP
Setting the Location
The FACP must be mounted in an accessible position as agreed with the end user and local requirements. The unit
must not be mounted in another enclosure or near sources of excessive heat. The FACP is intended for indoor, dry
use only.
Once the location has been agreed the location for the panel must be a dry, flat surface, level and in a position so
that the enclosure is not distorted
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Fixing the Cabinet
5mm screws or M5 bolts and any additional appropriate hardware for the fixing substrate must be used for mounting
the cabinet-box in all four hole-mounting positions. Using the box as a template, mark the position of the fixing holes,
ensuring that the wall is flat at the chosen location.
Mark hole locations on the premises-wall for mounting the empty cabinet of the FACP. The FACP is supplied in
standard and deep size cabinet styles.
The figure below illustrates dimensions of the standard and deep size cabinet:
Figure 2-10
Standard and Deep Size Cabinet
2 to 8 loop
Deep
150
194
2 to 8 loop
Standard
420
368
590
536
590
536
420
368
2 to 16 loop
Deep
153
205
2 to 16 loop
Standard
537
487
716
666
716
666
537
487
Drill four holes in the premises-wall according to appropriate dimensions identified above and then fix the empty cabinet to the wall using the mounting hardware to secure it.
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Operating Constraints
Installation of the FACP must include the operating constraints of the system to maintain continuous signal monitoring and reporting. Operating constraints are based on the current-driving capability of the FACP outputs and the
external loading caused by devices and cabling.
External loads connected to the FACP outputs must be chosen within the driving limits of each output.
The loading placed on these outputs can be caused by individual or multiple combinations of signalling line circuits,
Sounders and initiating devices.
Cabling is also an external loading property on outputs of the FACP. Select cabling size and
length based on the type of circuit connected to the output of the FACP before installing and
connecting to the panel.
Feeding cables into panel
Cables must be connected using suitable, 20mm cable glands fitted to the knockouts provided. If additional cable
entry points are required, all swarf and debris caused by drilling entries must be cleared before the system components are re-fitted and power is applied to the FACP.
Remove the appropriate number of knockouts in the positions required to suit the circuits that connect to the FACP
and fit suitable, EMC rated cable glands. See figure 2-10, Standard and Deep Size Cabinets for suitable knockout
locations.
Dress AC cabling as far away as possible from addressable and communication cabling.
Separate high and low voltage wiring in the enclosure with a minimum gap of 6.35 mm.
Refer to Appendices to determine specific operating constraints for devices and cabling connected to the FACP.
1
Remove knockout-tabs from the cabinet according to the installation mounting requirements.
2
Thread AC power-cabling into one of the cabinet-holes provided by the knockout-tabs.
3
Thread all other cabling into cabinet-holes on the opposite side of the AC power cabling. Remove additional knockoutholes directly adjacent to this knockout-hole, to provide space for more cabling.
CAUTION!
Do not route addressable cabling through the same conduit as AC lines.
Replacing Cabinet Components
Replace cabinet components of the FACP to prepare for connecting standby-battery
and AC power.
To replace cabinet components of the FACP:
1
Replace the back-plate in the cabinet-box.
Refer to “Removing Cabinet Components” for back-plate mounting details.
2
Replace the lid and fascia on the cabinet-box.
Refer to “Removing Cabinet Components” for lid attaching details.
3
Replace and connect standby-batteries in the base of the cabinet-box.
4
Connect and dress cabling of the FACP.
Refer to “Removing Cabinet Components” for earthing connections of the lid, fascia, back-plate and cabinet-box.
5
Close and lock the lid of the FACP.
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Installing Standby-Batteries
the FACP provides an Amp-hour capacity maximum of 26 Ah for 5.25 Amp Power Supplies and 45 Ah for 10.25
Amp Power Supplies.
CAUTION!
Battery terminal shorts can reduce the life of the standby-batteries and in extreme cases can cause harm
to individuals. Do not permit battery terminals to short while connecting standby-batteries.
Handle standby-batteries with care.
Standby-Battery Capacity
Determine the current consumption of the fire alarm system for alarm and standby conditions. Use these maximum
current values to obtain the battery capacity of the fire alarm system.
Refer to Appendix for calculations for determining the battery capacity of the installed system.
Perform the installation only after calculations have been completed for a suitable battery size. Battery standbyhours are dependent on the required standby period and load of the FACP system
To connect standby-batteries of the FACP:
1
Place two 12 VDC, SLA, re-chargeable, standby-batteries in the base of the FACP cabinet.
2
Orient terminals of the standby-batteries so that the positive ( + ) terminal of one standby-battery is facing the negative (
- ) terminal of the other.
3
Connect the black wire of the power supply to the negative ( -) terminal of Battery 1.
4
Connect the red wire of the power supply to the positive ( + ) terminal of Battery 2.
5
Connect the jumper-wire to the remaining positive and negative terminals of Battery 1 and Battery 2.
The figure below illustrates standby-battery connections of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply:
Figure 2-11
Connecting Standby-Batteries of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply
The series connection of the standby-batteries shown provides the 24 volts required to
operate standby.
Do not connect standby-batteries in parallel.
A parallel connection will not provide the 24
volts necessary to operate standby.
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Optional Marine-Battery-Brackets
Install marine-battery-brackets when operating the FACP in.marine environments. Marine-battery-brackets prevent
movement of the standby-batteries in the cabinet of the FACP.
Two marine-battery-brackets are provided in the packaging of the FACP.
To install Marine-battery-brackets:
1
Place a marine-battery-bracket on top of one of the standby-batteries in the cabinet of the FACP.
2
Slide the marine-battery-bracket to the rear and align the appropriate Amp hour (Ah) through-hole with the fixing location
in the rear of the cabinet.
3
Secure the marine-battery-bracket against the rear of the cabinet using screws provided in the packaging.
4
Repeat steps 1 through 3 for the second marine-battery-bracket and second standby-battery.
5
Place the battery strap across the face of both standby-batteries and secure it to the rear of the cabinet-box.
The figure below illustrates a marine-battery-bracket installation on the FACP:
Figure 2-12
Marine-Battery-Brackets
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Connecting and Dressing Cabling
This section describes connections between the power supply and the Main Back Board of the FACP.
Separate high and low voltage wiring in the enclosure with a minimum gap of 6.35 mm. Reference BS EN60950
Safety of Information Technology Equipment.
Connecting 24V and Host I/F Wiring
To connect 24V wiring of the 5.25 A or 10.25 A Power Supply to the Main Back Board:
1
Connect the red wire from the positive ( + ) 24V terminal of the power supply to the positive ( + ) terminal-strip on the
Main Back Board.
2
Connect the black wire from the negative ( - ) RTN terminal of the power supply to the negative ( - ) terminal-strip on the
Main Back Board.
Connect the ribbon cable from the Host I/F J5 connector of the power supply to the J18 connector of the
Main Back Board to connect Host I/F wiring of the power supply to the Main Back Board. The figure below illustrates
the 24V and Host I/F wiring connections of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply:
Figure 2-13
Connecting 24V and Host I/F Wiring of the 5.25 A Power Supply
Terminal connections of 24V and Host I/F are identical on the 10.25 A Power Supply and the 5.25 A Power Supply.
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Power Supplies
FACP’s can be equipped with 5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp Power Supplies. These power supplies can be set to operate
at inputs of 115 VAC or 230 VAC. Both power options include standby battery operation. Set Dip Switches on the
5.25 Amp and 10.25 Amp Power Supplies before completing the installation process. The power supply settings
must be performed to establish the optimal charge current for the standby-batteries.
The 5.25 Amp Power Supply
The 5.25 Amp Power Supply contains a jumper setting for changing from 115 VAC to 230 VAC. Check the jumper
setting prior to wiring and operating the 5.25 Amp Power Supply with the FACP.
WARNING!
Ensure Jumper-J1 has been removed before operating the FACP at 230 VAC. Failure
to remove Jumper-J1 prior to operating at 230 VAC will cause permanent damage to
the 5.25 Amp
WARNING!
DANGER: High Voltage present on jumper pins. Remove AC power before changing
jumper setting.
The figure below illustrates the location of jumper-J1 on the 5.25 Amp Power Supply of the FACP:
Figure 2-14
Jumper-J1 of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply
To provide 230 VAC operation, remove jumper-J1 from
the circuit-board of the power supply.
To provide 115 VAC operation, connect jumper-J1 to
the circuit-board of the power supply.
Provide an AC power connection to terminal block TB6. Protect AC power to branch circuits with a 20 Amp antisurge-fuse and include an accessible disconnect device or isolation switch.
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To connect AC power to the 5.25 Amp Power Supply:
3
Connect a wire from the ground-terminal of TB6 to the ground-stud-terminal of the cabinet-box.
4
Connect a wire from the ground-stud-terminal of the cabinet-box to an earth-ground.
Provide this earth-ground connection in close proximity to the cabinet-box.
5
Connect a wire from the neutral-terminal (N) of TB6 to the neutral of the power-source.
6
Connect a wire from the line-terminal (L) of TB6 to the line of the power-source.
The figure below illustrates AC connections of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply:
Figure 2-15
AC Power Connections of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply
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Dip Switches are located on the outer edge of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply. Dip switches of the 5.25 Amp Power
Supply are located in a similar location as the 10.25 Amp Power Supply.
The figure below illustrates the location of Dip Switches on the 5.25 Amp Power Supply:
Figure 2-16
Dip Switch Location
The figure below illustrates Dip Switch positions on the 5.25 Amp Power Supplies:
Figure 2-17
Dip Switch Position
In order to comply with requirements of EN54-4, Dip Switch 1 must
be OFF and Dip switch 2 must be ON. Dip Switch 3 settings must be
in the OFF position when powering fire alarm detection and control
equipment. Dip Switch 4 is dependent upon the battery type used, if
Yuasa batteries are used then Dip Switch 4 should be off, as shown:
ON
1
2
3
4
The tables below describe Dip Switch settings 1 through 4 of the 5.25 Amp Power Supply.
Switch 1
Switch 2
Description
Off
Off
Recommended for standard operation
Off
On
EN54-4 compliant
On
Off
Disable fault reporting of disconnected standby-batteries
On
On
Disable fault reporting of the standby-battery impedance test
Switch setting 3 is not used on the 5.25 Amp Power Supply.
Switch 4
Description
On
Sets standby-batteries for the Powersonic manufacturer.
Off
Sets standby-batteries for the Yuasa manufacturer.
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The 10.25 Amp Power Supply
Unlike the 5.25 Amp Power Supply, the 10.25 Amp Power Supply does not require a jumper to switch between 115
VAC and 230 VAC. The 10.25 Amp Power Supply provides an auto detect feature that automatically compensates
for input voltages of 115 VAC or 230 VAC.
Provide an AC power connection to terminal block TB6. Protect AC power to branch circuits with a 20 Amp antisurge-fuse and include an accessible disconnect device or isolation switch.
To connect AC power to the 10.25 Amp Power Supply:
1
Connect a wire from the ground-terminal of TB6 to the ground-stud-terminal of the cabinet.
2
Connect a wire from the ground-stud-terminal of the cabinet-box to an earth-ground.
Provide this earth-ground connection in close proximity to the cabinet-box.
3
Connect a wire from the neutral-terminal (N) of TB6 to the neutral of the power-source.
4
Connect a wire from the line-terminal (L) of TB6 to the line of the power-source.
The figure below illustrates connections of the 10.25 Amp Power Supply:
Figure 2-18
Connecting AC Power to the 10.25 Amp Power Supply
Figure 2-19
Dip switches of the 10.25A Power Supply
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Figure 2-20
Dip Switch Position
ON
In order to comply with requirements of EN54-4, Dip Switch 1 must
be OFF and Dip switch 2 must be ON. Dip Switch 3 settings must be
in the OFF position when powering fire alarm detection and control
equipment. Dip Switch 4 is dependent upon the battery type used, if
batteries
are4used
DipAmp
Switch
4 should
be off, as shown:
The tables below describes Dip Switch Yuasa
settings
1 through
of thethen
10.25
Power
Supply:
1
2
3
4
Switch 1: Operating Mode
Description
On
Special Application Mode.
Refer to The Special Application Mode Table of this Section for
information concerning the operation of this switch position.
Off
EN54-4 Compliant recommended for standard operation
Switch 2: Ground Fault Detection
On
Static: Setting required for interfacing to legacy products. Earth is pulled to a
static voltage between 24V and RTN (1/2 of 24V-OUT).
Off
Dynamic: Ground-fault detection setting for specific loop devices. Earth is
pulled to a dynamic cycling voltage ranging from 1/4 to 3/4 of
24V-OUT.
Switch 3: Battery Size
On
Sets standby-battery capacity ≤ 18 Ah.
Off
Sets standby-battery capacity > 18 Ah.
Switch 4: Battery Manufacturer
Description
On
Sets standby-batteries for the Powersonic manufacturer.
Off
Sets standby-batteries for the Yuasa manufacturer.
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Disabling Battery Indication
Set Dip Switch 1 to the ON position, Dip Switch 3 to the ON position and Dip Switch 4 to the OFF position to disable
the disconnected warning indication and to disable operation of the common fault relay.
Disabling the Impedance Test
Set Dip Switch 1 to the ON position and Dip Switch 3 to the OFF position to disable the battery impedance test and
fault reporting.
Special Application Mode Table
SW
1
SW
2
SW
3
SW
4
Battery
Mfr.
Battery
Size
Ground
Fault
Detection
Impedance Test
Intervals
Battery
Missing
Fault
ON
ON
ON
ON
Reserved for future
use..............................................................................................................
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Reserved for future
use..............................................................................................................
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Powersonic
Large
Static
Disabled
Reported
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Powersonic
Large
Dynamic
Disabled
Reported
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Yuasa
Small
Static
1 min
Masked
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Yuasa
Small
Dynamic
1 min
Masked
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Yuasa
Large
Static
Disabled
Reported
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Yuasa
Large
Dynamic
Disabled
Reported
Light shading of the table indicates “production” or “demo” use. Dark shading of the table indicates a “normal, but
impedance test disabled” use.
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Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards of the FACP are installed at the factory according to customer requirements. In some situations it may
be necessary to install additional circuit boards to satisfy fire safety requirements. This section describes procedures
for installing and configuring circuit boards of the FACP.
CAUTION!
the FACP installation must be performed by qualified personnel familiar with electronic components.
Electronic components within the FACP are vulnerable to damage from electrostatic discharge.
Ground straps must be worn by installers before handling FACP circuit boards to prevent damage
from electrostatic discharge.
Slot-Assignments
Populate slots of the Main Back Board so that Slot A contains the System Board A Module, Slot B contains the System Board B Module and Slots C, D, E or F contain the Dual Loop Module. Optional circuit boards and assemblies
can populate slots D,E and F of the Main Back Board.
The figure below illustrates slots-assignments of the Main Back-Board:
Slot-Assignments of the Main Back-Board
Figure 2-21
Slot-Assignments of the Main Back Board
Main Back Board
D29
C51
C50
L6
TB6
34 Way Ribbon Cable
+
C36
C34
C35
T1
C57
R21
TP25
R44
+
TP7
C7
R14
D4
C4
D7
D6
R11
L1
TP12
C55
TP5
C14
L5
R86 R89 C18
R20 TP11
R17
R87
R88
TP14
C9 R46
Q10TP10 R47
R24
R15
C12
R30 R23
TP16
Q12
C10
R29
Q11
R22
R10
C2
TP13
R3
TP100
C6 TP6
+
TP4 TP31
R36
R37
R78
R80
TP19 C15
TP30 C56
R33
R83
U12
TP18 D38
R81
R82
TP17 R34
TP32
C13
R77 R79
TP9 TP33
R32
TP101
R13 D32
J4
Optional Slot
C27
C26
D33
+
U2
Optional Slot
R48
R85
C25
D11
R43 Q14
R42 C58 TP103
C20
R52 C30
R41 TP24
U8
TP23
C31
R54
D12
TP3
D15 D36
TP2
C23
+C22 +
U1
D37
TP15
C17
TP20
TP21 C16
TP1
D14
Optional Slot
R49
R26 Q16
C24
L4
U11
C32
+
D17
R53
C29
TB4
L3
D2
D3
D10
D35
D30
D9
D31
+
R74 R90
R4
R75
R76
L2
R38
C5
R40
TB3
D34
R27
R28
R25
C19 R39
R73
Q7
K1
Q3
Q2
R6
DualLoop
Loop
Module
Module
DualDual
Loop
Module
1 and 2
R58
TP104
+
+
R56
R51
+
TP22
R50
C28
System
SystemBoard
BoardBB
D28
D25
C33
D18
System Board
A A
System
Board
+
D27
D24
C42
D23
C40 TP28
R57
C41
D22
D21
C38
R19
R18
R12
C49
R65
TP27
R67 Q15
C43
R64 D26
R62
R63
R55
C39
D20
C37
40 Way Ribbon Cable
TP106
TP26
F2
R66
R59
R69
C45
R61
R60
D19
C48
T2
C47
R70
F3
R68
C44
34 Way Ribbon Cable
R71
J1
F
C54
E
C53
D
C52
C
H2
B
L7
A
Power Supply,
10.25 Amp or 5.25 Amp
Slot Assignments
= Required Slot-Assignments
= Optional Slot-Assignments
The Main Back Board contains connector slots A through F. Operation of the FACP requires that one Dual Loop
Module is fitted in slots C, D, E or F to meet minimum operating requirements. The Dual Loop Module can be fitted
in slots C, D, E or F of the Main Back Board. Slot C of the Main Back Board is the
factory location for the Dual Loop Module connection.
Figures contained in this manual illustrate the Dual Loop Module in slot C of the Main Back Board.
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Connecting the LCD Main Processor Board
The figure below illustrates connections of the LCD Main Processor Board:
Figure 2-22
Connecting the LCD Main Processor Board
The fixed LCD Main Processor Board, optional Zone LED Board and optional Printer are mounted on the cabinetlid of the FACP.
The LCD Main Processor Board can operate a maximum of three Zone LED Boards within a standard enclosure.
One Zone LED Board provides 48 LED indicators. Three LED Zone Boards provide 144 LED indicators.
Up to three zone LED boards each containing 48 LEDs can be fitted per FACP. Zone LED boards connect to the
Main processor board J28 through a 10-way ribbon cable connected to J1 on the zone LED board.
Subsequent zone LED boards daisy chain to the through 10-way ribbon cables. J2 is the connection out and J1 is
the connection in on each zone LED board. Each Zone LED Board contains 48 zone LED indicators that can be
daisy chained to provide more than 144 Zone LED indicators.
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Installing Circuit Boards
To install circuit boards on the FACP:
1
Remove power at the mains and disconnect standby-batteries prior to performing the circuit board installation.
2
Remove the retaining-screw from the cover and then remove the cover from the Chassis.
Figure 2-23
Removing the Chassis Cover
3
Remove the circuit board from the protective packaging using adequate electrostatic protection.
4
Point the conductor side of the circuit board toward the Chassis.
5
Grasp the circuit board using an index-finger and thumb at the top-corner opposite the conductor-side.
6
Insert the notched-end of the circuit board in the metal guide of the backplane at a 45 degree angle.
Figure 2-24
Inserting Circuit Boards in the Chassis
7
Rotate the circuit board until all conductors are securely inserted into connectors of the Chassis.
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The figure below illustrates the secure position for circuit boards in the Chassis:
Figure 2-25
Secure Position for Circuit Boards in the Chassis
Refer to Section 4, Maintenance for instructions describing the removal of circuit boards.
Optional Circuit Boards DIP Switch Settings
Each optional circuit boards of the FACP must have it DIP switch set between address 1 and 32 before being fitted
to the Main Back Board. The binary setting of the DIP switch conforms to a specific address location on the Main
Back Board.
The numeric order of the address setting between circuit boards does not impact operation but, each circuit board
must be assigned a unique address.
The figure below illustrates binary addresses 1 to 32.
Figure 2-26
Binary Addresses
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DIP Switch Settings
An address of 7 is set when actuators of the DIP switch are “up” on positions 1, 2 and 3.
These settings identify:
•
20 for switch position 1, where 20 = 1
•
21 for switch position 2, where 21 = 2
•
22 for switch position 3, where 22 = 4
The binary address for this DIP is 1 + 2 + 4 = 7
The figure below illustrates settings for an address of 7 on the DIP switch:
Figure 2-27
DIP Switch Settings
Loop Circuit Boards DIP Switch Settings
Each Loop circuit boards of the FACP must have it DIP switch set between address 1 and 4 before being fitted to
the Main Back Board. The binary setting of the DIP switch conforms to a specific address location on the Main Back
Board.
Figure 2-28
DIP Switch Settings
Field Terminal Assignments
Circuit board slot positions on the Main Back Board correspond to specific field terminal locations on the Main Back
Board:
Slot Positions
Field Terminal Location
C
Addressable Loops 1 and 2 or Additional Boards
D
Addressable Loops 3 and 4 or 8 Additional Boards
E
Addressable Loops 5 and 6 or Additional Boards
F
Addressable Loops 7 and 8 or Additional Boards
Refer to Additional Boards Installation Manual (Man-1170) regarding Additional Board options and specifications.
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System Board A Module must connect to slot position A on the Main Back Board and System Board B Module
must connect to slot position B on the Main Back Board. Note that these two cards do not have any address DIP
switch
The figure below illustrates slot position and field terminal assignments on the FACP, all wiring should be connected to the Field Wiring Terminal Blocks on the Back Board shown below and NOT on any of the individual
cards.
Figure 2-29
Slot Position and Field Terminal Assignments
C
D
A
B
S 769
S 770
C
D
E
F
E
F
Installing Communication Modules (Networking)
Communication Modules of the FACP operate with pre-loaded software and are non-configurable through the menu
or through Loop Explorer.
To install communication modules of the FACP:
1
Switch off power at the mains.
2
Open the lid of the FACP so that the LCD Main Processor Board is accessible.
3
Plug in the 40-pin female-connector of the communication module to the 40-pin male-connector of the LCD Main Processor Board. The 40-pin female-connector of the communication module is located on the trace-side of the circuit
board.
4
Secure the communication module to the LCD Main Processor Board with supplied screws and lock washers in three
locations.
5
Close the lid of the FACP and apply mains power.
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Network Connections
Provide network connections to NETWORK IN and NETWORK OUT of the FACP after installing the Network Module and the Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module.
The figure below illustrates network connections of the FACP:
Figure 2-30
Network Connections of the FACP
IFAM Connections
Provide IFAM connections to the Fire Routing O/P terminals of the FACP after installing the Network, Ethernet &
IFAM Interface Module.
The Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module provides RS485 communications to the Fire Routing O/P terminals of the Main Back Board when configured. This configuration provides half duplex RS485 connection.
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Connecting Loop Circuits
Connect Loop circuits to terminal-strip X32 of the FACP. Terminate unused Loops of the FACP with zero-ohm shorting-jumpers. Connect zero-ohm shorting-jumpers on the FACP from Loop 1 OUT ( - ) to Loop 1 IN ( - ) and Loop 1
OUT ( + ) to Loop 1 IN ( + ). the FACP provides a fault signal when unused loops are not terminated. Addressable
loops 1 though 8 of the FACP are monitored.
The figure below illustrates loop connections on Loop 1 of the FACP:
Figure 2-31
Loop Connections
Loop connection containing six
addressable sensors
Zero-Ohm shorting jumpers
must be connected to
unused loop terminals.
Refer to manufacturer specifications for Sensor connections.
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Connecting Spur Circuits
Spur circuits may not be permitted in all regions. Check local codes of practice before using Spur detection circuit
configurations.
Connect Spur circuits to terminal-strip X32 of the FACP. Terminate unused loops of the FACP with zero-ohm shorting-jumpers. Connect zero-ohm shorting-jumpers on the FACP from OUT ( - ) to IN ( - ) and OUT ( + ) to IN ( + ). the
FACP provides a fault signal when unused loops are not terminated.
The figure below illustrates Spur connections on loop 1 of the FACP.
Figure 2-32
Spur Connections
Spur circuit connection
containing three
addressable sensors
Zero-Ohm shorting jumpers
must be connected
between loop terminals
Zero-Ohm shorting
jumpers must be
connected to unused
loop terminals.
Refer to manufacturer specifications for Sensor connections.
The loop termination jumpers shown are provided in Resistor Kit (8) Zero Ohm.
Refer to Appendix, for wire gage and length requirements for Loop and Spur Addressable circuit loops.
Wire detection-loop-circuits of the FACP according to cable-length and circuit-load and then ensure that the voltage
drop of the cable does not exceed the minimum operating voltage of the circuit-devices. The amount of Detectionloop-circuits that can be supplied for operating addressable sounders and beacons.
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Installing Addressable Devices
This section describes installation requirements and constraints for addressable devices on the FACP. The addressable devices described in this section include detectors, addressable sounders and Additional Boards.
Detector Spacing
Install addressable detectors with minimum spacing requirements specified in local codes of practice.
Detector Sensitivity
Detector sensitivity can be set at different levels and for certain periods. Sensitivity levels should be determined and
planned in advance.
Activation Period
Detector sensitivity and calibration can be set once in a twenty-four hour period. A setting is also available for
limiting the annunciation time of the sounder assigned to the detector.
Refer to Section 4, Operation for functional details concerning the Activation Feature of the FACP:
Detection Loop Sounders and Output Boards
Install addressable sounders so not more than one sounder zone is affected by a fault condition. Install
detection loop devices of the FACP containing one of the following methods to meet this requirement:
•
Perform an addressable loop installation that does not contain output devices.
•
Perform an addressable loop installation where output devices are in one zone.
•
Perform an addressable loop installation where output devices are in different zones.
Loop installations require that an isolator is fitted to every twentieth loop device in the circuit and where loops cross
through zone boundaries.
Connecting Sounder Circuits
the FACP includes four programmable sounder outputs S1, S2, S3 and S4. The amount the sounder circuits can
drive is in the specification section. See “Sounder Output” on page 106. The sounder outputs are set to operate
continuously in any fire condition as a default condition. All sounder outputs can be configured to operate in a different configuration.
Sounder outputs can be configured in pairs for loop circuit operation. Loop circuit operation can be assigned to a
single pair such as S1, S2 or both sounder outputs containing pairs S1, S2 and S3, S4.
For Spur operation, the end of line device fitted in the terminals of the control panel must be removed from the
panel and fitted across the terminals of the last device on the sounder circuit.
Wiring of the sounder circuit must be sized according to the cable-length and the sounder load to ensure that voltage drop of the cable does not exceed the minimum operating voltage of the connected-devices.
Different limitations will apply for devices with a higher or lower minimum operating voltage.
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To install Sounders on the FACP:
1
Connect Sounders and End-Of-Line-Devices to the Sounder channel.
2
Connect End-Of-Line-Devices to unused Sounder channels.
3
Maintain the limit for maximum wire length of the Sounder circuit.
The figure below illustrates a connection example of a spur Sounder circuit:
Figure 2-33
Spur Sounder Circuit Example
Synchronised device connections to the FACP require special conditions when installing audible and visual Sounders:
Audible Devices
The installation of synchronised-audible sounders on one sounder output shall not be installed in
hearing range of another group of synchronised-audible sounders on another sounder
output.
Visual Devices
The installation of synchronised-visual sounders on one sounder output shall not be installed in lineof-sight of another group of synchronised-visual sounders on another sounder output.
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AUX 24V 1 and AUX 24V 2
AUX 24V 1 and AUX 24V 2 are 24V DC outputs for powering ancillary devices such as loop modules,
I/O boards and relays. Outputs of AUX 24V 1 and AUX 24V 2 are also monitored for circuit fault conditions.
Circuits operating on AUX 24V 1 and AUX 24V 2 must be sized according to cable-length and device load to
ensure that voltage-drop of the cable does not exceed the minimum operating voltage of connected-devices.
Connect the + M and - M terminals of AUX 24 (1) or AUX 24 (2) when requiring open circuit monitoring of an auxiliary 24 VDC power source.
For Aux 24V 1 and Aux 24V 2 specification refer to Specification Appendix.
Relay Contacts
the FACP contains five programmable relays that provide volt free changeover on terminal strip X1.
These relays include:
FAULT RELAY
This relay activates on any fault and clears when faults are cleared.
FIRE RELAY
This relay activates on any fire condition and remains active until panel is reset.
ALARM RELAY
This relay activates on any alarm and de-activates when the alarm condition is silenced and acknowledged.
PROG 1 RELAY
This relay is closed for 5 seconds when the reset button is pressed under default conditions.
PROG 2 RELAY
This relay is closed for 1 second during every new fire event and occurs under default conditions.
Each volt free changeover contact can be configured independently through the PC configuration program or the
touch-panel-display using Access Level 3. This includes delays as described for Sounder Circuits.
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Fire Routing O/P
The Fire Routing O/P connection provides voltage free connections on terminals ( + ), ( - ) and ( E ) of the
horizontal terminal-strip Y-1. Connect the screen of the Fire Routing I/O cabling to the E terminal of the Fire Routing
O/P connection. The screen of the Fire Routing I/O cabling is the cabling earth connection.
Connect only compatible devices to this monitored output. The Fire Routing output is monitored for open and shortcircuit fault conditions when using an End Of Line Resistor.
The Fire Routing output is protected by a self-resetting-fuse. Connect only polarized circuits to this voltage reversing
output. A suppression diode must be fitted to the Fire Routing O/P circuit when the circuit includes a relay. The suppression diode suppresses interference generated by the relay when it operates.
Configure this output using the touch screen menu of the FACP. Set configurations in the touch screen menu to
operate and monitor devices connected to this output.
The figure below illustrates an example of a Fire Routing output containing a relay circuit:
Figure 2-34
Fire Routing and Fault Routing
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Programmable Inputs
Programmable Inputs (PROG I/P) of the FACP contain three programmable inputs and one 0 volt terminal. The
programmable inputs are non-monitored and are activated by voltage free contacts. Connect the 0V terminal to the
Prog I/P terminal in the circuit to activate the programmable function.
All inputs are non-latching as a default condition of the FACP. The line impedance of the circuit connection to the
Prog I/P terminals must be less than 50 ohms.
The three programmable inputs can be configured to provide separate actions, delays, zones and location messaging using the menu of the touch panel display.
Terminals of the PROG I/P are located on vertical terminal-strip-Y1 and are designated:
Terminal
Designation
Condition
1
P1 -Programmable 1
on / off
2
P2 -Programmable 2
on / off
3
P3 -Programmable 3
on / off
4
0V
0 volts
The figure below illustrates the PROG I/P terminals:
The PROG I/P Terminals
Figure 2-35
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Operating and installing the Printer
The Printer is an optional feature for printing live or logged fire-system-events. The Printer is located on the fascia,
below Zone LED's of the FACP.
The Printer is a thermal printer and therefore never requires replacement ink. Printing of the Printer is performed on
heat-sensitive paper-rolls. The paper-rolls are accessible from the fascia of the FACP.
A fault message is reported on the touch-panel-display of the FACP when paper-rolls of the Printer are exhausted.
The Printer includes a front loading feature for replacing paper-rolls.
Installing the Printer
The Printer is installed on the FACP as an optional feature.
Installation of the Printer is not necessary when it is included on the FACP. However, it may be necessary to
replace the Printer over the course of the operating life of the FACP.
Installation instructions from the manufacturer are supplied with the Printer.
The following section describes procedures for installing the Printer:
To install the Printer on the FACP:
1
Remove the Printer from the packaging and then remove any shipping material covering the assembly.
Figure 2-36
Removing From Packaging
2
Orient the Printer with the cable and circuit board side facing the lid of the FACP.
3
Insert the cable and circuit board side of the Printer in the lid opening of the FACP.
4
Plug the cable of the Printer in the PRINTER connector on the LCD Main Processor Board.
5
Fix the Printer assembly in place on the lid using plastic rivets.
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Loading Paper Rolls
To load paper rolls in the Printer:
1
Lift the latch on the face of the Printer to access the paper chamber.
2
Load the paper in the paper chamber with the paper edge exiting from the top and with the
shiny-side facing the top of the FACP.
3
Press the << button on the face of the printer to test feed the paper.
Commissioning
Checks must be conducted prior to commissioning the FACP to ensure proper installation of the power supply and
to confirm operation. These checks include tests of the Power Supply, Menu, Touch-Panel-Display and System Information.
Power Supply Checks
Perform the following inspections after completing connections and safety checks:
1
Apply AC power to the FACP from the mains.
2
Check that the AC Normal LED is illuminated on the Power Supply.
Refer to Section 2, Overview for Status Indicators of the Power Supply.
3
Check that the Heartbeat LED is flashing.
Refer to Section 1, Hardware Overview for Status Indicators of the Power Supply.
4
Remove the mains power and ensure that the standby-batteries are powering the FACP.
The AC Normal LED on the Power Supply switches off after 30 seconds to indicate the loss of mains power.
5
Apply AC power to the FACP from the mains.
6
Disconnect the red wire from the Standby-Battery terminal.
The Battery Disconnect LED on the Power Supply illuminates and the FACP continues to operate.
Re-check connections and then test voltages at the primary and secondary of the Power Supply if the FACP does
not operate as described above.
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Confirming Operation
Perform the following before testing the operation of the FACP:
1
Connect loops, sounder circuits, inputs and outputs to the control panel.
2
Confirm that correct connections exist between the batteries and the power supply.
3
Apply AC power to the FACP.
4
Perform the Learn Panel function on the touch-panel-display of the FACP.
Buzzer activation of the FACP occurs when performing the Learn Panel function. Buzzer activation during the Learn
Panel function is part of configuring process and can be safely ignored.
The Learn Panel function tests for opens, shorts and ground faults and also provides configuration settings for external
devices on field-terminals of the FACP.
During the Lean Panel function internal connections to field terminals of the FACP separate circuit-contact. the FACP is
off-line when it separates contact with the field terminals.
While operating in the off-line state, the FACP provides a buzzer indication to signal a system fault condition. Buzzer
activation during this process is consistent with the Learn Panel function and FACP operation.
5
Confirm that the Fire System Normal condition is displayed following the Autolearn sequence.
A “System” fault will occur after restarting the FACP. This is normal and is an EN54-2 requirement. This can be cleared
by operation of the System Reset button on the touch screen display.
6
Perform Panel Tests of the FACP to check the internal buzzer, indicator lamps, touch-panel-display and the software.
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Fire System Normal Test
The Fire System Normal display occurs when the FACP is operating properly and indicates that the installation was
successful.
Determine that the Fire System Normal condition is visible on the touch-panel-display before initiating Panel Tests
of the FACP. Fire System Normal condition is displayed on the touch-panel-display following the booting cycle and
occurs when fault conditions are not reported to the FACP.
Figure 2-37
Fire System Normal
Panel Tests
Panel Tests are provided through No User Group of the fascia menu. No User Group contains a limited set of operations and does not require password authorization to initiate. The No User Group menu is immediately available
for operation following the booting cycle of the FACP.
Perform Panel Tests for indicator lamps, buzzer, the touch-panel-display and the system information. Initiate these
tests when troubleshooting the FACP for loss of operation concerning theses areas.
Lamp & Buzzer Test
Perform the Lamp & Buzzer Test to confirm operation of indicator lamps and the buzzer of the FACP.
To perform the Lamp & Buzzer Test:.
1
Press the touch-panel-display of the FACP during the Fire System Normal condition.
2
Press Panel Tests.
3
Press Lamp & Buzzer Test.
The internal buzzer of the FACP sounds and all indicator lamps light for 5 seconds.
Contact the help desk if fascia lamps do not light.
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Display Test
This test confirms operation of the touch-panel-display.
To perform the Display Test:.
1
Press the touch-panel-display of the FACP during the Fire System Normal condition.
2
Press Panel Tests on the User Controls window.
3
Press Display Test on the User Controls window.
4
Press continue on the pop-up window.
The touch-panel-display cycles through a series of blank-raster colours.
Press the Lamp & Buzzer Test button to operate the internal buzzer and light all LEDs on the fascia of the FACP.
Press the Display Test button to provide a series of blank raster colours on the
touch-panel-display.
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System Information
The System Information window includes details such as Software Version, File manager, LED Controller,
I/O Board Controller, Configuration Manager and the Event Log.
View System Information to determine the operating status of the FACP.
To view system information on the FACP:
1
Press the Fire System Normal screen to open the User Controls window.
2
Press System Information to display the System Information window:
3
The System Information window is displayed:
The image provided is an example rendering of a System Information window.
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Press More to display a third System Information window
The System Information window is displayed:\
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Event Log
View the Event Log to determine status of initiating devices, signaling line circuits and notification appliances.
To view the Event Log of the FACP:
1
Press the Fire System Normal screen to open the User Controls window.
2
Press View Event Log on the User Controls window:
3
Press More Details to display additional information about the posted event-message:
The image provided is an example rendering of the View Event Log.
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Section 3
Panel Maintenance
This section describes:
•
Maintaining the FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel).
Maintenance
Perform the following procedures to maintain operation of the FACP.
Inspecting Batteries
Inspect the Standby-batteries annually to determine the connection integrity to the power supply and to confirm the
voltage capacity available for operating the FACP during power failures.
Replacing Standby-Batteries
Replace both standby-batteries when required either through testing or as local codes of practice dictate. Batteries
to be replaced with the types specified in this manual and sized according to local codes of practice for the standby
period required.
Removing the Standby-Batteries
Before removal of batteries the panel should have all external power removed and adequate safety precautions
should be put in place so that the battery terminals cannot be shorted.
To remove the existing standby-batteries:
1
Disconnect the jumper-cable connection between batteries.
2
Disconnect the red-cable from the positive Terminal of either battery.
3
Disconnect the black-cable from the negative Terminal of either battery.
4
Remove both batteries from the bottom of the FACP cabinet.
5
Dispose of both batteries according to local bylaws or recycling regulations.
Installing the Standby-Batteries
To install the replacement standby-batteries:
1
Place both standby-batteries at the bottom of the FACP cabinet.
2
Connect the black-cable to the negative terminal of one battery.
3
Connect the red-cable to the positive terminal to the other battery.
4
Connect the jumper-cable from the unused negative terminal one battery to the unused positive terminal of the other battery.
5
Mark a “placed into service date” on both Batteries.
Reconnect power and ensure that the system is fully operational.
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The figure below illustrates connections for installing standby-batteries in the base of the FACP:
Figure 3-1
Installing Standby-Batteries
The series connection illustrated above provides the 24 volt standby voltage required by the Fire
Control Panel. Do not connect the two batteries in parallel. A parallel connection will not provide the 24 volts
required for operating the FACP in a standby condition.
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Replacing Fuses
the FACP contains a power-supply-fuse for protection against line overloads.
Replace a fuse only after replacing components responsible for causing the fuse failure. 3 Amp Power-Supply Fuse.
Replace the 3 Amp Power-Supply Fuse by removing it from the fuse-housing contained on the circuit board of the
power supply. Install the replacement fuse in the fuse-housing and then test the power supply to determine that it
operates.
The figure below illustrates the 3 Amp fuse of the 5.25A power supply:
Figure 3-2
3 Amp Power Supply Fuse
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Removing the Fuse
To remove the fuse:
1
Turn off the main breaker that feeds AC power to the FACP.
WARNING!
This is a high voltage circuit area. An electrical shock hazard exists in this area when the control panel is
operating. Do not remove the fuse while powering the FACP. Remove AC power at the source before attempting to remove the fuse of the power supply.
2
Locate the housing containing the 3 Amp fuse for 5.25A PSU and 5Amp fuse for 10.25A PSU. Refer to Figure 3-2.
3
Remove the upper-half of the fuse-housing with long-nose-pliers.
4
Remove the fuse from the upper-half of the fuse-housing.
The figure below illustrates the open fuse-housing, note this is the same for both 5.25A and 10.25A PSU’s:
Figure 3-3
Open Fuse Housing
Replacement fuses must match the types originally fitted on the FACP.
Care must be taken to select the correct one when fitting replacements.
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Installing the Replacement Fuse
To install the replacement fuse:
1
Ensure that the main breaker that feeds AC power to the FACP is still disconnected.
WARNING!
This is a high voltage circuit area. An electrical shock hazard exists in this area when the control panel is
operating. Do not install the fuse while powering the FACP. Remove AC power at the source before
attempting to install the 3 Amp fuse of the power supply.
2
Insert the fuse in the upper-housing.
3
Center the position of the fuse in the upper-housing.
4
Press the upper-housing on the lower-housing until the halves snap together.
The figure below illustrates the closed fuse-housing:
Figure 3-4
Closed Fuse Housing
5
Restore AC power to the power supply of the FACP.
6
Monitor the touch-panel-display and LED indicators on the fascia of the FACP to determine that fault conditions are not
reported following replacement of the fuse.
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Chassis
Replacing Internal Components
It may be necessary to remove and replace internal components during the operating life of the FACP. The following
procedure describes removing the Fascia, Lid, Chassis and Batteries of the FACP. The Fascia contains the LCD
Main Processor Board and Zone LED indicators of the FACP. The Chassis contains the Main Back Board, the 5.25
Amp or 10.25 Amp Power Supply and grounding terminals.
WARNING!
This is a high voltage circuit area. An electrical shock hazard exists in this area when the control panel is
operating. Do not open the Fire Control Cabinet whilst power is still applied to the FACP. Remove AC
power at the source before attempting to replace any internal components.
For 16 Loop versions of the FACP negate stages 3, 6 & 8. Fascia panel is adjoined to cabinet door.
To remove and replace these internal components of the FACP:
1
Turn the key clockwise to unlock and open the cabinet-door of the FACP.
Figure 3-5
Unlocking and Opening the Cabinet-Door
2
Grasp the metal assembly at both ends shown by the arrows and then tug gently to open the fascia of the FACP.
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Figure 3-6
Opening the Fascia
3
Open the fascia of the FACP by pulling gently at the locations marked by the arrows in the illustration above.
4
Disconnect four earthing-jumper cables from the lid and leave the opposite cable ends connected for safekeeping.
Figure 3-7
Removing Earth Bonding connections
5
Remove the ribbon cables shown from the LCD Main Processor Board.
The cables can be reconnected to the LCD Main Processor Board during the re-assembly process.
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Figure 3-8
Removing Ribbon Cables
6
Remove four hinge-pins of the Fascia and then remove the Fascia from the Cabinet-Box of the FACP.
Return the four hinge-pins to the hinges of the Cabinet-Box for safekeeping.
Figure 3-9
Removing Hinge-Pins of the Fascia
To remove the Fascia from the Cabinet-Box:
1
Pull the head of the upper-hingepin (A) away from the hingeassembly using
finger in hinge hoop.
2
Brace the top-corner of the
Cabinet-Lid to maintain
alignment with the lower-hinge.
3
Pull the head of the lower-hingepins (B), (C) and (D) away from
the hinge-assembly using finger
in hinge hoop.
4
Remove the Fascia from the
Cabinet-box of the FACP when
the four hinge-pins have been
removed.
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7
Remove two hinge-pins of the Cabinet-Lid and then remove the Cabinet-Lid from the Cabinet-Box of the FACP.
Return the two hinge-pins to the hinges of the Cabinet-Box for safekeeping.
Figure 3-10
Removing the Hinge-Pins of the Cabinet-Lid
To remove the Cabinet-Lid from the Cabinet-Box:
8
1
Pull the head of the upper-hinge-pin (1) away from
the hinge assembly using finger in hinge hoop and
push bottom across to release.
2
Brace the top-corner of the cabinet-door to maintain alignment with the lower-hinge.
3
Pull the head of the lower-hinge-pin (2) away from
the hinge-assembly using finger in hinge hoop and
push bottom across to release.
4
Remove the Cabinet-Lid from the
Cabinet-box of the FACP when the two hinge-pins
have been removed.
Removing Back plate
Replace the retaining-screws for safekeeping.
Figure 3-11
Removing the ChassisChassis
To remove the Chassis from the Cabinet-Box:
1
Remove two Phillips-head mounting-screws (A)
from the top portion of the Chassis.
2
Slide the Chassis upward to remove it from tabs
(B) of the Cabinet-Box.
3
Place the two Phillips-head mounting-screws in
the holes of the Cabinet-Box for re-attaching the
Chassis.
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Figure 3-12
Removing the Chassis
For 2 to 16 Loop versions on the FACP Only.
To remove the Chassis from the
Cabinet-Box:
1
Remove three Posi-head
mounting-screws (A) from the top
portion of the Chassis.
2
Slide the Chassis upward to
remove it from tabs (B) of the Cabinet-Box.
3
Place the three Posi-head
mounting-screws in the holes of
the Cabinet-Box for re-attaching
the Chassis.
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Internal Component Connections 2 to 8 loop
Figure 3-13
Overview of Internal Component Connections
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Internal Component Connections 2 to 16 loop
The figure below shows internal Component Connections for 2 to 16 loop versions of the panel where the Extension
Board is fitted.
Figure 3-14
Internal Component Connections to Extension Board
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Appendix A
Specifications
This appendix provides electrical and environmental specifications for the FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel). Current
levels provided in the tables of this appendix are maximum ratings unless otherwise indicated.
Electrical
AC Line Ratings
Terminal
Description
Voltage
Power
L
AC line
115 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 24 VDC @ 5.25A
264 VA
115 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 24 VDC @ 10.25A
275 VA
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 24 VDC @ 5.25A
264 VA
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 24 VDC @ 10.25A
275 VA
N
AC neutral
E
Earth ground
Power Supply
Power Supply specifications pertain to terminations of standby-batteries at battery connections of the 5.25 Amp or
10.25 Amp power supply. All powered outputs shall be monitored for weak open and short circuit as described by
clauses 5.3.4.1 and 5.3.4.2 of EN54-13.
Power Supply Fuses
Parameter
Description
115 VAC, 24 VDC @ 5.25A
3A, 250 VAC, Slow-blow, 5 x 20 mm
115 VAC, 24 VDC @ 10.25A
5A, 250 VAC, Slow-blow, 5 x 20 mm
230 VAC, 24 VDC @ 5.25A
3A, 250 VAC, Slow-blow, 5 x 20 mm
230 VAC, 24 VDC @ 10.25A
5A, 250 VAC, Slow-blow, 5 x 20 mm
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Power Supply Input / Output Ratings
Parameter
Description
Output Voltage
24 VDC
Output Current
24 VDC @ 5.25 A or 10.25 A
Ah Max.
Maximum Amp-hour capacity for 5.25 Amp and 10.25 Amp Power Supplies
5.25 A
26 Ah maximum
10.25 A
45 Ah maximum (Subject to enclosure space)
Load output voltage
19V DC minimum, 30V DC maximum
Load output current
5.25A maximum or 10.25A maximum
Ripple Voltage
1V maximum
Imax a
Rated maximum output current which can be supplied continuously for the 5.25 Amp
and 10.25 A Power Supply.
5.25A
3.3A
10.25A
7.3A
Imax b
Rated maximum output current which can be supplied while battery charging is not
required on the 5.25A and 10.25A Power Supply.
5.25A
4.5 A
10.25A
9.5 A
Imin
10mA, minimum output current for correct operation
RI Max.
Maximum series resistance in battery charging circuit before a fault is
indicated
5.25A
1 Ohm
10.25A
0.4 Ohm
Earth Fault Indication
An earth fault indication occurs on the FACP when a minimum of 30K Ohms exists between earth-ground and either
DC RTN or +24 VDC of the power-supply.
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System Power
Standby and alarm conditions of the FACP are expressed in volt-amperes VA at the primary of the power supply.
Secondary standby and alarm currents of the power supply are determined under no load conditions and occur during AC power failure at the primary. The resulting no-load current draw from the 5.25 Amp or 10.25 Amp Power Supply occurs from standby-battery operation on the secondary. All loads of the FACP exclude external loads except
End Of Line (EOL) devices. “Primary” loads of the FACP assume a fully charged battery. Alarm currents are dependent on the number of active zones and the number of active Audio / Visual devices.
Standby and Alarm Current
Standby and Alarm Currents are provided below for 115 VAC and 230 VAC models of the 5.25A and 10.25A Power
Supply. The data includes current of the fire alarm control panel in 2 and 4 loop conditions.
Two loop operation includes System Board A Module, System Board B Module and the Dual Loop Module.
Four loop operation includes the System Board A Module, System Board B Module and two
Dual Loop Modules.
Two loop operation represents the minimum board configuration of the FACP.
5.25 A, 115 VAC Power Supply
Loops
Standby (mA)
Alarm (mA)
Description
2
244mA @ 115 VAC
272mA @ 115 VAC
Line current for standby and alarm when battery current
is less than 30mA.
560mA @ 24 VDC
650mA @ 24 VDC
Battery current for standby and alarm when power failure condition occurs on the AC line.
274mA @ 115 VAC
302mA @ 115 VAC
Line current for standby and alarm when battery current
is less than 30mA.
680mA @ 24 VDC
760mA @ 24 VDC
Battery current for standby and alarm when power failure condition occurs on the AC line.
4
5.25 A, 230 VAC Power Supply
Loops
Standby (mA)
Alarm (mA)
Description
2
162mA @ 230 VAC
177mA @ 230 VAC
Line current for standby and alarm when battery current is less than 30mA.
560mA @ 24 VDC
650mA @ 24 VDC
Battery current for standby and alarm when power failure condition occurs on the AC line.
174mA @ 230 VAC
190mA @ 230 VAC
Line current for standby and alarm when battery current is less than 30mA.
680mA @ 24 VDC
760mA @ 24 VDC
Battery current for standby and alarm when power failure condition occurs on the AC line.
4
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10.25 A Power Supply, Universal Input Voltage
Loops
Standby (mA)
Alarm (mA)
Description
2
220mA @ 115 VAC
176mA @ 230 VAC
234mA @ 115 VAC
181mA @ 230 VAC
Line current for standby and alarm when battery current is less than 30mA.
550mA @ 24 VDC
620mA @ 24 VDC
Battery current for standby and alarm when power failure condition occurs on the AC line.
228mA @ 115 VAC
180mA @ 230 VAC
242mA @ 115 VAC
185mA @ 230 VAC
Line current for standby and alarm when battery current is less than 30mA
660mA @ 24 VDC
750mA @ 24 VDC
Battery current for standby and alarm when power failure condition occurs on the AC line.
4
The data provided above for standby and alarm current includes loads of the FACP alone and excludes current
loads from external devices or equipment.
The universal input voltage of the 10.25 A Power Supply is described with inputs of 115 VAC and 230 VAC.
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Rechargeable Standby-Battery Circuit
Parameter
Description
Standby-Battery Type
Two 12 VDC, rechargeable, valve-regulated, lead-acid. Specify standby-battery
manufacturers from Yuasa NP or Powersonic.
Standby-Battery Capacity
Reference Appendix to determine the Amp-hour rating of the standby-batteries.
Charge Current
Maximum charge current of Standby-Batteries when operating 5.25 Amp or 10.25
Amp Power Supplies.
5.25 Amp Power Supply
1.25A maximum
10.25 Amp Power Supply
2.25A maximum
Battery Quiescent Current
80mA in mains failure
Standby-Battery Charging
Two standby batteries wired in series
Battery Charging Voltage
26.4 V DC at 400C to 28.9 V DC at -5 0C
Battery Disconnect
Low battery shutoff voltage, 19 +/- 1V DC
Standby-Battery Charge Voltage
27.6 V nominal, temperature compensated and current limited
Current Draw of StandbyBattery In mains Fail, Standby, Not
in Alarm
Greater than 200mA with buzzer sounding
Maximum Current Draw
of the FACP In Alarm
Greater than 200mA, the current does not include loads from sounders, solenoid,
status units, ancillary boards or auxiliary equipment
Current Draw of StandbyBatteries When main is
Disconnected While Operating the
Internal Power Supply
5.25 Amp Power Supply
5.5A maximum
10.25 Amp Power Supply
11A maximum
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Standby-Battery Loads
Standby-battery loads are generated by measuring the series battery current of the power supply following a mains
fail condition.
Standby and alarm current of the FACP can include all or part of the following loads:
:
Loads
Standby Current
Alarm Current
the FACP, 5.25 A Power Supply
78mA
78mA
the FACP, 10.25 A Power Supply
50mA
50mA
System Board A Module
20mA
20mA
System Board B Module
25mA
25mA
Dual Loop Module
115mA
115mA
Sounder Outputs
0mA (per sounder output)
2.5A (per sounder output)
LCD main Processor Board *
195mA
270mA
Zone LED Board
Standby 5mA;
Alarm 3mA per LED
Network, Ethernet & IFAM Interface Module
Standby 50mA;
Alarm 50mA
Printer
Standby 0mA;
Printing average 1.5A
* The display of the LCD main Processor Board is dimmed.
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Loop Cabling
Cable maximum parameters:
Parameter
Description
Resistance
100 ohms total for both cores
Core to Core Capacitance
300nF
Core to Screen Capacitance
450nF
Inductance Per Core
600uH
Approved Cable
Standard 30 Minute Fire Rated
Cables
Available Core Sizes
Firecel SR/114H
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
Draka Firetuf FT30
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
IDH Kilflam 2000
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Pirelli/Prysmian FP200 Gold
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Tyco thermal Control Pyro-S
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Enhanced 120 Minute Fire Rated
Cables
Available Core Sizes
Firecel SR/114E
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Draka Firetuf PLUS
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
IDH Kilflam 3000
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Pirelli/Prysmian FP PLUS
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Wrexham Mineral Insulated Cables
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
Serial Data and Terminal Capacity
Parameter
Description
Serial Data Connection
2 core RS485 (Up to 1150 metres total cable length)
Maximum Terminal Capacity
2.5mm²
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Specifications A
Detection Loop Ratings
Parameter
Rating
LOOP 1 ( - OUT ), ( + OUT )
LOOP 1 ( - IN ), ( + IN )
36 VDC @500mA
LOOP 2 ( - OUT ), ( + OUT )
LOOP 2 ( - IN ), ( + IN )
36 VDC @500mA
Sounder Output
Individual and combined sounder outputs are load dependent and are limited to a maximum
current load of 2.5A:
Terminal
Connection
Rating
( + ), ( - )
S1, S2, S3, S4
24 VDC @ 2.5A,programmble for continuous power, synchronisation and powerdrop on reset.
Fused: Electronic, programmable fuse current level
Supervision: Voltage reversing DC
Short Circuit Threshold: 130 Ohms +/- 20%
Maximum line-voltage-drop: 2V DC
End Of Line Diodes (EOLD)
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AUX 24V (1) and (2)
Terminal
Rating
( + ), ( - )
24 VDC @ 1A
The 24 V (1) and 24 V (2) connection is a common output and provides a 24 VDC output.
Relay Ratings
Terminals
Connection
Ratings
(NO), (C) and (NC)
FAULT RELAY
FIRE RELAY
ALARM RELAY
PROG 1
PROG 2
Power Factor: 1.0
Relay Function: Common,
Programmable, Not monitored
30 VDC @ 1A maximum,
Volt free change over contact
Network RS485 I/O
Terminal
Rating
E , Earth Ground
0V
( + ), ( - ) IN
(+) Data 3.3 VDC @42mA
( + ), ( - ) OUT
(+) Data 3.3 VDC @42mA
Specification
Data
Number of devices supported on
the network
128
The RS485 I/O provides standard RS485 in single-drop mode with 120 Ohm terminations.
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Fire Routing Serial I/O
Terminal
Rating
E, Ground Earth
0V
( + ), ( - )
Data 3.3 VDC @ 42mA
The Fire Routing I/O is programmable.
Fire Routing O/P
Terminal
Rating
( + ), ( - )
24V DC @ 100mA
10K End Of Line Resistor (EOLR)
Self Resetting Fuse rated 500mA
The monitored output of the Fire Routing O/P is reverse polarity.
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Specifications A
Fault Routing O/P
Terminal
Rating
( + ), ( - )
24V DC @ 100mA
10K End Of Line Resistor (EOLR)
Prog I/P 1, 2 and 3
Terminals
1, 2, 3, to 0V
Rating
Unsupervised Input:
•
Open circuit voltage: 24 VDC.
•
Short Circuit current: 3.3mA
•
Threshold Impedance: 2 K Ohms
System Components
Parameter
Description
Software Zones
2000 zone capacity
Software Groups
500 group capacity
Event Log
10,000 event capacity, 1 second resolution. Filterable and printable.
Detection Loops
Up to 16 loops (defendant on model) added 2 at a time (K758 Dual Loop Modules)
Relays
Fault, Fire, Alarm, programmable 1 and programmable 2 are programmable, Volt
free changeover relay contacts rated at 30 Volts DC at 1 Amp are provided for ancillary switching function
Inputs and Outputs
Programmable Inputs
3 inputs activated by volt free contacts
Auxiliary Serial Port A
RS232 programmable
Auxiliary Serial Port B
RS232 programmable
Ancillary I/O board Serial Port
RS232 programmable
Fire Routing (IFAM) Serial Port
RS232 programmable
Parameter
Description
USB Host Port
USB Type A
USB Device Port
USB type B
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Fire Routing Output
Monitored
Fire Routing Input
Monitored
Fault Routing Output
Monitored
Fault Routing Input
Monitored
Parameter
Description
Extinguisher Output
Monitored
Extinguisher Input
Monitored
Extinguisher Fault Input
Monitored
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Mechanical
Cabinet Components
Components
Description
Display
Full colour 800 x 480 LCD with resistive touch screen and automatic backlight
dimming
Printer
40 column, front loading thermal (optional)
Zone LED Indicators
Up to 3 banks of 48 (144)
Cabinet Housing
Housing
Description
Dimensions
2 to 8 loop Standard Cabinet
420mm (W) x 590mm (H) x 150mm (D)
2 to 8 loop Deep Cabinet
420mm (W) x 590mm (H) x 194mm (D)
2 to 16 loop Standard Cabinet
540mm (W) x 720mm (H) x 150mm (D)
2 to 16 loop Deep Cabinet
540mm (W) x 720mm (H) x 205mm (D)
Housing
Description
Construction
2 to 8 loop
Standard and Deep
Cabinet Models
These models include:
•
Mild sheet steel enclosure, 1.5 mm
•
Removable equipment chassis
•
All epoxy powder coated
•
Knockouts top and back, one on each side
•
Hinged lid with single lock
•
Hinged bridge plates containing fascia indications
•
Optional printer
Construction
2 to 16 loop
Standard and Deep
Cabinet Models
These models include:
•
Mild sheet steel enclosure, 1.5 mm
•
Removable equipment chassis
•
All epoxy powder coated
•
Knockouts top and back, two on each side
•
Hinged lid with single lock
•
Lid mounted fascia indications
•
Optional printer
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Housing
Description
Finish
Epoxy powder coated
Colour
Lid & Box
BS 00 A 05 fine texture
Controls Plate
RAL7016
Cable Entry
2 to 8 loop Standard and Deep
Cabinet Models
20 mm knockouts, 28 on top, 18 on back, 1 on each side
2 to 16 loop Standard and Deep
Cabinet Models
20mm knockouts, 35 on top, 12 on back, 2 on each side
28mm knockouts, 3 on top, 3 on back
Mounting fixings
5mm thread diameter, minimum 40mm length
IP Rating
IP30
Weight
2 to 8 loop Models
14-16Kg
2 to 16 loop Models
20-22Kg
Operating Environment
Parameter
Temperature
Description
Low Temperature
-5oC
Dry indoor use only
High Temperature
40oC
Dry indoor use only
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Specifications A
Required Circuit Boards
System Board A Module
System Board A Module provides essential functions on the FACP.
These functions include:
Parameter
Description
Sounders 1 to 4
An EOL diode is required per sounder. Default, Spur circuit, 2.5A trip after 50 ms
and fixed constant current limit of 3.3A.
Sounder 1 and 2
Loop or 2x Spur
Sounder 3 and 4
Loop or 2x Spur
J18 PSU monitor
Battery disconnected, mains fail, battery low, PSU earth fault, charger fault.
Power fail input
A connection of less than 2K to 0V will indicate a power fail
Earth fault
A connection of 100K or less between a back board terminal (except volt free terminals) and earth will be indicated by an earth fault.
System Board B ModuleFACP
System Board B Module monitors and controls essential input and output functions on the FACP.
The System Board B Module includes the following functions::
Parameter
Description
AUX 24 Output 1
24VDC supply rated at 1 Amp
AUX 24 Output 2
24VDC supply rated at 1 Amp
Fire Routing Output
0V output switches to 24V, fused at 100mA, requires End Of Line (EOL) diode
Fault Routing Output
24V output switches to 0V, fused at 100mA, requires 3K3 EOL
resistor.
Fire Routing Input
Monitored input, requires 3K3 EOL resistor
Fault Routing Input
Monitored input, requires 3K3 EOL resistor
Parameter
Description
Extinguishing Output (EXT O/P)
Passive output, 3K3 resistor, 680R resistor when active
Extinguishing Input Activated
(EXT ACTV)
Monitored input, 3K3 end of line resistor
Extinguishing Fault Input (EXT
FAULT)
Monitored input, 3K3 end of line resistor
Fire Relay
Volt free contact rated at 30V, 1A
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Specifications A
Fault Relay
Volt free contact rated at 30V, 1A
Alarm Relay
Volt free contact rated at 30V, 1A
Programmable Relay 1 (PROG
Volt free contact rated at 30V, 1A
Programmable Relay 2
Volt free contact rated at 30V, 1A
Abbreviated function descriptions of the Back Board and the System Board B Module are provided in
parentheses in the table above.
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Supplementary Devices
Vision Unit
Electrical
Parameter
Description
Mains supply
(Mains powered models only)
230V AC +10% - 15% (20 Watts maximum)
Mains supply fuse
(Mains powered models only)
2 A, 20mm, glass HRC
Power supply rating
(Mains powered models only)
0.75A total including battery charge 28V +/- 2V
Maximum ripple current
(Mains powered models only)
200mV
Battery type (Yuasa NP)
(Mains powered models only)
Two 12 Volt 1.9 Ah sealed lead acid in series
Battery charge voltage
(Mains powered models only)
27.6 VDC nominal
Battery charge current
(Mains powered models only)
0.2A maximum
Battery fuse
(Mains powered models only)
200mA, 20mm, glass
Maximum current draw from
batteries
(Mains powered models only)
0.095A
24V supply (24V DC models only)
21 to 30 VDC
Quiescent current of panel in
mains fail
0.03A
Maximum number of units to be
powered from the Aux 24V
output
Maximum limited by Aux 24V capacity
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Communication
Parameter
Description
Max number of units on the RS485
network
127 repeaters
Mechanical
Parameter
Description
Size
235 mm x 170 mm x 55 mm
Display
Full colour 800 x 480 LCD with resistive touch screen and automatic back-light dimming
Construction
18 SWG, 1.2 mm mild sheet steel, IP30 rated
Cable Entry
2 x 20 mm knockouts on top & bottom
3 x 20 mm and 2 x 28 mm knockouts in back
Finish
Epoxy powder coated
Colour
Lid & Box, BS 00 A 05 fine texture
Weight
2 Kg maximum
IP Rating
IP30
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Calculations B
Appendix B
Calculations
This section describes current-loading determining the total load current and selecting standby batteries.
Current-Loading
Current-loading of the FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) FACP is limited to the capacity of the 5.25 Amp or 10.25
Amp power supplies. the FACP installers must determine the loading placed on these power supplies by adding the
sum of device-loads to the no-load-alarm current of the FACP. The result obtained from this calculation must be
below the operating current of the 5.25 Amp and 10.25 Amp Power Supply.
The 5.25 Amp power supply operates the FACP and external loads with 4 Amps and reserves 1.25 Amps for
charging the standby-batteries. The 10.25 Amp power supply operates the FACP and external loads with 8 Amps
and reserves 2.25 Amps for charging the standby-batteries.
The calculation of total-current-loading must include the sum of device-loads on the circuit outputs of the FACP. Circuits to be included in this calculation for total-current-loading are:
•
Panel standby and alarm currents
•
Detection loops
•
Sounder outputs
•
24V OUT
•
AUX 24V
•
Peripheral interface cards
•
Network cards
•
Remote 10.25A power supply (where applicable)
•
External third party (where applicable)
The current limits provided in the Appendix “Specifications” are maximums for each of the circuit-connections
on the FACP. These levels are not intended to be summed together to determine the total-current available from
the FACP. Refer to these levels only when determining the limit of device-loading on each circuit.
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Calculations B
Determining the Total Load Current
The following example demonstrates the process for determining the total load-current of the FACP with the 5.25A
or 10.25A Power Supply:
1
Identify the current consumption of each device on the circuit-connection.
2
Add the device-currents together in each circuit-connection.
3
Compare the sum of the device-currents with the current-limit of each circuit-connection to verify that the summed
level is below the current-limit value.
4
Add the device-load-currents together that were obtained for each of the circuit-connections:
Circuit-Connection
Maximum Current Limit
Example Load Current
Detection Loop 1
500mA
150mA
Detection Loop 2
500mA
50mA
AUX 24V
1A
0
Sounder 1
2.5A
750mA continuous DC
Sounder 2
2.5A
925mA continuous DC
Total Device Load
5
1.875A
Add the Total Device Load to the no-load-alarm current of the FACP to obtain the FACP Total-Load-Current.
Total Device Load + FACP (No-Load) = Total-Load-Current
1.875
+
200mA
=
2.075A
Total Load Current: 2.075A
6
Verify that the current level is below 5.25 Amps: 2.075A < 5.25A
This example demonstrates that device-loading does not exceed the 5.25A capacity of the power supply.
Reference “Specifications” for the maximum current limits provided in the example calculation above.
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Calculations B
Selecting Standby Batteries
The following tables provide information for selecting standby batteries, power supply and enclosure(s) type depending on system configuration, number of loops and standby period required. When selecting batteries the values
shown are minimum and the nearest capacity batteries, shown the Appendix “Compatible Standby Batteries” section
should be used.
All batteries are to be paired, wired in series (for 24V) using the battery jumper leads supplied.
These are for guidance only and the required capacity should be calculated from the measured figures during commissioning.
PANEL ONLY - Stand alone panel (no loop load, no network card)
24 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
12.1
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
14.5
5.25A
Standard/Deep
6
16.7
5.25A
Standard/Deep
8
19.5
5.25A
Standard/Deep
10
21.1
5.25A
Standard/Deep
12
23.0
5.25A
Standard/Deep
14
25.5
5.25A
Standard/Deep
16
28.2
10.25A
Deep
PANEL ONLY - Stand alone panel (no loop load, no network card)
30 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
14.9
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
18
5.25A
Standard/Deep
6
20.7
5.25A
Standard/Deep
8
24.1
5.25A
Standard/Deep
10
26.1
10.25A
Deep
12
28.5
10.25A
Deep
14
31.5
10.25A
Deep
16
35
10.25A
Deep
PANEL ONLY - Stand alone panel (no loop load, no network card)
48 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
23.5
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
28.3
10.25A
Standard/Deep
6
32.6
10.25A
Standard/Deep
8
38.1
10.25A
Standard/Deep
10
41.2
10.25A
Deep
12
44.9
10.25A
Deep
14
49.8
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
55.2
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
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PANEL ONLY - Stand alone panel (no loop load, no network card)
72 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
34.9
10.25A
Deep
4
42.1
10.25A
Deep
6
48.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
8
56.7
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
10
61.3
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
12
66.8
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
74.1
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
82.2
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
PANEL ONLY - Networked panel (no loop load, network card fitted)
24 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
13.9
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
16.4
5.25A
Standard/Deep
6
18.5
5.25A
Standard/Deep
8
21.3
5.25A
Standard/Deep
10
22.9
5.25A
Standard/Deep
12
24.8
5.25A
Standard/Deep
14
27.3
10.25A
Deep
16
30.1
10.25A
Deep
PANEL ONLY - Networked panel (no loop load, network card fitted)
30 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
17.2
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
20.2
5.25
Standard/Deep
6
23
5.25
Standard/Deep
8
26.4
10.25
Deep
10
28.4
10.25
Deep
12
30.7
10.25
Deep
14
33.8
10.25
Deep
16
37.3
10.25
Deep
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PANEL ONLY - Networked panel (no loop load, network card fitted)
48 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
27.1
10.25A
Deep
4
31.9
10.25A
Deep
6
36.2
10.25A
Deep
8
41.7
10.25A
Deep
10
44.8
10.25A
Deep
12
48.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
53.4
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
58.9
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
PANEL ONLY - Networked panel (no loop load, network card fitted)
72 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
40.2
10.25A
Deep
4
47.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
6
53.9
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
8
62.1
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
10
66.7
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
12
72.2
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
79.4
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
87.6
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Stand alone panel (no network card fitted)
24 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
14.5
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
19.4
5.25A
Standard/Deep
6
24.7
5.25A
Standard/Deep
8
29.8
10.25A
Deep
10
33.3
10.25A
Deep
12
37.6
10.25A
Deep
14
42.5
10.25A
Deep
16
47.8
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
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TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Stand alone panel (no network card fitted)
30 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
17.9
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
23.9
5.25A
Standard/Deep
6
29.6
10.25A
Deep
8
36.0
10.25A
Deep
10
40.9
10.25A
Deep
12
46.2
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
52.3
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
58.7
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Stand alone panel (no network card fitted)
48 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
28
10.25A
Deep
4
37.4
10.25A
Deep
6
47.4
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
8
57.1
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
10
63.8
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
12
72
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
81.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
91.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Stand alone panel (no network card fitted)
72 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
41.5
10.25A
Deep
4
55.3
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
6
70.1
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
8
84.3
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
10
94.4
10.25A + External
Deep + External
12
106.5
10.25A + External
Deep + External
14
120.4
10.25A + External
Deep + External
16
135.2
10.25A + External
Deep + External
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TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Networked panel (network card fitted)
24 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
16.3
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
21.2
5.25A
Standard/Deep
6
26.5
10.25A
Deep
8
31.6
10.25A
Deep
10
35.1
10.25A
Deep
12
39.4
10.25A
Deep
14
44.4
10.25A
Deep
16
49.6
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Networked panel (network card fitted)
30 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
20.1
5.25A
Standard/Deep
4
26.2
10.25A
Deep
6
31.8
10.25A
Deep
8
38.2
10.25A
Deep
10
43.2
10.25A
Deep
12
48.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
54.5
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
61.0
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Networked panel (network card fitted)
48 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
31.6
10.25A
Deep
4
41
10.25A
Deep
6
51
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
8
60.7
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
10
67.4
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
12
75.6
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
14
85.1
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
16
95.1
10.25A + External
Deep + Ext
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TYPICAL LOOP LOADING (table 3) - Networked panel (network card fitted)
72 Hours Standby
Loops
Min. Battery Capacity (Ah)
Power Supply (table 1)
Enclosure (table 2)
2
46.8
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
4
60.7
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
6
75.4
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
8
89.7
Dual 10.25A
Deep + Remote
10
99.7
10.25A + External
Deep + External
12
111.8
10.25A + External
Deep + External
14
125.7
10.25A + External
Deep + External
16
140.5
10.25A + External
Deep + External
Table 1
Power Supply
Description
5.25A
5.25A Power Supply (supplied with panel).
10.25A
10.25A Power Supply (supplied with panel).
Dual 10.25A
10.25A Power Supply (supplied with panel) plus additional boxed 10.25A
power supply - with space for up-to 45Ah batteries.
10.25A + External
10.25A Power Supply (supplied with panel) plus additional boxed third party
power supply - with space for greater than 45Ah batteries.
Table 2
Qty
Description
Standard/Deep
Standard or Deep enclosure.
Deep
Deep enclosure.
Deep + Remote
Deep Enclosure and additional 10.25A Power Supply.
Deep + External
Deep Enclosure and external third party power supply.
Table 3
Average Loading calculation uses Per 2 loop card (110 addresses per loop)
Qty
Description
Typical Model (Hochiki)
100
Photoelectric Detectors
ALG-EN
40
Multisensors
ACA-E
10
Heat Detectors
ATJ-EN
10
Call Points
HCP-E
60
Base Sounder Beacons
YBO-BSB2
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Compatible Standby Batteries C
Appendix C
Compatible Standby Batteries
This section describes approved standby-batteries from Power-Sonic and Yuasa that fit in standard and deep cabinets of the FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel).
Power supplies of the FACP including the 10.25 Amp and 5.25 Amp are compatible with all standby-batteries
approved for operation in standard and deep cabinets.
All batteries are to be paired, wired in series (for 24V) using the battery jumper leads supplied.
2 to 8 Loop FACP - Standard size cabinet
12Ah
17Ah
18Ah
24Ah
26Ah
38Ah
45Ah
Yuasa
NP12-12
PowerSonic PS12120
Yuasa
NP17-12
PowerSonic PS12180
Yuasa
NP24-12
PowerSonic PS12260
Yuasa
NP38-12
PowerSonic PS121450
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
17Ah
18Ah
24Ah
26Ah
38Ah
45Ah
2 to 8 Loop FACP - Deep size cabinet
12Ah
Yuasa
NP12-12
PowerSonic PS12120
Yuasa
NP17-12
PowerSonic PS12180
Yuasa
NP24-12
PowerSonic PS12260
Yuasa
NP38-12
PowerSonic PS121450
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
17Ah
18Ah
24Ah
26Ah
38Ah
45Ah
2 to 16 Loop FACP - Standard size cabinet
12Ah
Yuasa
NP12-12
PowerSonic PS12120
Yuasa
NP17-12
PowerSonic PS12180
Yuasa
NP24-12
PowerSonic PS12260
Yuasa
NP38-12
PowerSonic PS121450
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
17Ah
18Ah
24Ah
26Ah
38Ah
45Ah
2 to 16 Loop FACP - Deep size cabinet
12Ah
Yuasa
NP12-12
PowerSonic PS12120
Yuasa
NP17-12
PowerSonic PS12180
Yuasa
NP24-12
PowerSonic PS12260
Yuasa
NP38-12
PowerSonic PS121450
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Installation Manual
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