Siemens B2Q191 Operating instructions

Manual CS11.2
Section 7
FIREFIGHTER FACILITY
ALARM
FAULT
ISOL
EXT
BELL
ISOL
EXT BELL
ISOLATE
AlgoRex
WARN
SYS
ISOL
WARN SYS
ISOLATE
PREV
ACK
NEXT
RESET
ISOLATE
Information
Isolation
Alarms
Faults
7
8
9 F1
Premises
manned
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
Alarm device
fault
4
5
6 F2
Alarm delay
off
Remote alarm
isolate(d)
Remote alarm
active
Remote transmission
fault
1
2
3 ok
Detector
test mode
Control function
isolated
Mains
available
System
fault
0
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Cerberus® CS1145
Fire detection system
Operating instructions
Software version EP5-Z3
Cerberus
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for People
and Assets
Siemens Building Technologies
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CERBERUS CS1145 series Fire Indicator Panel. Model Number CI1145
Approved to AS4428.1
Siemens Building Technologies
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CH–8708 Männedorf
Switzerland
411 Ferntree Gully Road
Mount Waverley 3149
Australia
Tel: 03 9550 9245
Operating instructions CI1145
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Operating access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5
Control console layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
Message categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Terminology ’Area’, ’Section’ and ’Zone’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9
Normal operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Mains available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Operating states ’Manned’ and ’Unmanned’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Quick reference instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Cerberus Alarm Concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Alarm – general information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
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Alarm – what to do ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Detector zone isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Detector isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Fault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Detector test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Installation test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Renovation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Remote transmission isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Alarm devices isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Printer isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Printer paper replenishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Lamp test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Alarm counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Event memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Set clock and date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Overview operating menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
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Introduction
This Cerberus fire detection installation consists of the following components:
System components
Operating console
Series of fire detectors ?
Equipped
Type ’CI1145’
Interactive detectors
Addressable detectors
Collective detectors
Includes also extinguishing SECTIONS ?
CO2
N2
water
..........
yes
Printer connected ?
Location
no
..............................
..............................
Remote transmission connected ?
yes
no
Cerberus Alarm Concept activated ?
(operating ’manned’ / ’unmanned’ used ?)
yes
no
Multi area installation ?
yes
no
Duration of emergency power operation ?
......... hours
This table to be filled in by the commissioning engineer.
Note
Make sure that all system operators of the fire detection installation are sufficiently instructed. If there is
any doubt about any function or measures to be taken call the local service organization for assistance.
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Operating access
General:
The control console is protected by a front door against unauthorized or unintentional manipulation. So no further password protection is necessary except for some special functions which are restricted to the service engineer.
Possible access levels:
Access level 1
Access level 3
Everybody
Service
access to all user functions
full privileges (service engineer only)
How to get USER operating access:
Just open the front door. Immediate access to all user functions is possible.
Ü See ’Overview operating menus’ on pages 36 up to 41
How to get SERVICE ENGINEER operating access:
Log in
MON 20-SEP-1999
1. Type in your service password via keypad
(an entering box is displayed)
and press ok
password : _
0..9,del:password
Ü The confirmation «password CORRECT» or
«password INCORRECT» is displayed
Ü To cancel keying errors press
2. Press
F2
3. Start operation
11:23:44
ok:enter
c:end
password CORRECT
authorized access level: 2.1
C
MAIN MENU
FIRE section
EXTINGUISHING section
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
C:end
Log out
Log out is not required because operating is automatically inhibited if no key is pressed within a certain time
(programmable timeout 2...10 minutes).
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Control console layout
Firefighter facility
FIREFIGHTER FACILITY
17
18
19
20
21
ALARM
FAULT
ISOL
INFORMATION
01 manned
main building
EXT
WARN
BELL 22 SYS
ISOL
ISOL
EXT BELL WARN SYS
ISOLATE
ISOLATE
23
Premises
manned
9
Alarm delay
off
Detector
13 test mode
AlgoRex
R
F2:menu
17c
NEXT
ACK
RESET
ISOLATE
25
26
27
28
29
Isolation
6
17a
PREV
Alarms
3
2
5
1
17b
F1:function
24
Information
1
Total:
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
11
Remote alarm
active
12
Remote transmission
fault
15
Mains
available
16
System
fault
Control function
14 isolated
8
7
8
9
F1
32
7
Remote alarm
10 isolate(d)
Faults
4
Alarm device
fault
4
1
5
2
6
37
0
33
3
31
ok
C
34
35
36
Special keys and indicators
F2
30
Function key pad
Special keys and indicators
List Handling
1
Information indicator & key
2
Isolation indicator & key
3
Alarm indicator & key
4
Fault indicator & key
Operating states
5
Premises manned indicator & key
Alarm devices
6
Alarm device isolate(d) indicator & key
7
Alarm device active indicator & key
8
Alarm device fault indicator
Remote Transmission
9
Alarm delay off indicator & key
10
Remote alarm isolate(d) indicator & key
11
Remote alarm active indicator
12
Remote transmission fault indicator
Control and System
13
Detector test mode indicator
14
Control function isolated indicator
15
Mains available indicator
16
System fault indicator
Information message list handling & indication
see page 8
Isolation message list handling & indication
see page 8
Alarm message list handling & indication
see page 8
Fault message list handling & indication
see page 8
Premises manned / unmanned switch over & indication
see page 11
Isolation / de–isolation of alarm devices
see page 29
Activation / deactivation of Alarm devices
Indicates fault of alarm devices
Immediately initiates the alarm remote transmission
see page 16
Disables alarm remote transmission
see page 28
Indicates active alarm remote transmission
Indicates faults of the alarm remote transmission
Indicates zones are in mode ’detector test’
see page 22
Indicates isolated control functions
Indicates main power supply normal operation
see page 10
Indicates fatal system fault
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Control console layout
cont.
Firefighter facility
17 Text display with yellow illumination. dark, if no danger message («Alarm») is pending and no operator activity is in progress.
17a
Information bar
Information is context dependent
17b
Message part
e.g. abnormal states or menu items to be selected
17c
Instruction bar
Indicates the currently possible actions
Common indicators
18
ALARM indicator
19
FAULT indicator
20
ISOL indicator
Sound handling
21
EXT BELL ISOL indicator
22
WARN SYS ISOL indicator
Indicates pending zone alarms (blinking if unacknowledged)
Indicates pending zone faults (blinking if unacknowledged)
Indicates pending zone isolations (blinking if unacknowledged)
Indicates external bells isolated
Indicates warning system isolated
23
EXT BELL ISOLATE
key
To isolate/de–isolate the external bells
24
WARN SYS ISOLATE
key
To isolate/de–isolate the warning system
Message scrolling
25
PREV
key
To scroll messages upwards in the text display
26
NEXT
key
To scroll messages downwards in the text display
Zone handling
27
ACK
28
RESET
key
29
ISOLATE
To acknowledge new messages (e.g. alarms, faults)
key
key
To reset alarms
To isolate / de–isolate zones
Function key pad
Message scrolling
30
Scroll up key
31
Scroll down key
Corresponds to key 25
PREV
on Firefighter facility
Corresponds to key 26
NEXT
on Firefighter facility
Message & display control
32
F1 key
Calls context menu (corresponding function list)
33
F2 key
Calls main menu
34
ok key
35
36
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Delete key
Clear key
Numeric keys
0 .. 9 Numeric keys
37
see page 12
Displays intervention text or expands messages
Deletes one character to the left of the cursor
Cancels current input
To set clock and date e.g.
see page 35
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Message categories
There are the following message categories:
Alarms
danger messages acquired by the system
Priority 1
Faults
messages that require an immediate response
Priority 2
Isolation
system components out of service
Priority 3
Information
messages that do not require an immediate response
Priority 4
FIREFIGHTER FACILITY
ALARM
Fire brigade REQUESTED
01 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
main building / 1st floor
room 104
FAULT
ISOL
EXT
BELL
ISOL
EXT BELL
ISOLATE
1
1
F1:function
WARN
SYS
ISOL
WARN SYS
ISOLATE
2
ok:interv.text
PREV
3
4
Zones: 1
NACK
F2:menu
5
6
7
8
Zones:
1
AlgoRexR
F1:function
ISOLATION
01 detector
main building
/ 1st floor
RESET
ISOLATE
room 104
ACK
NEXT
FAULTS
01 detector
main building / 1st floor
room 104
F1:function
Information
Isolation
Alarms
Faults
7Information
8
9
F1
Premises
manned
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
Alarm device
fault
4
Alarm delay
off
Remote alarm
isolate(d)
Remote alarm
active
Remote transmission
fault
1
Detector
test mode
Control function
isolated
Mains
available
System
fault
F2:menu
Zones:
1
F2:menu
Total:
1
01 detector
5
F2
main6 building
/ 1st floor
room 104
2
3
0
C
ok
F1:function
F2:menu
Information display field
Press key 2 to display the information list.
Certain information messages are displayed spontaneously (e.g. warnings) if no message with a higher priority
is pending.
3
Isolation display field
Ü The indicator is blinking if there are unacknowledged messages in then list
Press key 4 to display the list of disabled system components.
This message type is displayed spontaneously if no message with a higher priority is pending.
5
Alarms display field
Ü The indicator is blinking if there are unacknowledged messages in then list
Press key 6 to display the list of alarms.
This message type is always displayed spontaneously and overwrites all other message categories
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Faults display field
Ü The indicator is blinking if there are unacknowledged messages in then list
Press key 8 to display the list of existing faults.
This message type is displayed spontaneously if no message with a higher priority is pending.
Note
Switching from one message category to another is always possible by pressing the corresponding selection
key. If a lower priority is selected, the system always goes back after a short time-out, to that message category
with the highest priority.
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Terminology ’Area’, ’Section’ and ’Zone’
What is an «Area»?
It normally covers a whole building or part of a building and represents also the operating level.
This is the logical designation for several, usually adjacent sections
Area ’Main building’
AREA
01 main building
02 factory
ok:section
F2:menu
F1:function
What is a «Section»?
It normally covers a floor or part of a floor in a building.
This is the logical designation for several, usually adjacent zones
SECTION ’fire’
01 ground floor
02 first floor
03 second floor
Section «1st floor»
ok:zone
F2:area
F1:function
What is a «Zone»?
It normally comprises one room of a building (with collective detectors => several rooms)
It is the logical designation of a detector group containing at least one detector
Automatic fire detectors, manual call points and control outputs are always assigned to different ZONES
For this reason we have
zones comprising automatic fire detectors
zones comprising manual call points
zones comprising control outputs
ZONES’fire’
01 room 103
02 room 104
03 room 105
Zone «room 104»
ok:element
F2:section
F1:function
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Normal operation / Mains available
What is «Normal operation»?
The system is ready for receiving danger messages
No alarm and no fault messages are pending and no part of the system is isolated
Ü The system can either be in state «manned» or «unmanned» (see page 11)
Ü The operating states «manned» / «unmanned» are information messages. This means that even in «normal operation» at least this message is always pending in the information list 1
FIREFIGHTER FACILITY
ALARM
INFORMATION
01 manned
main building
FAULT
ISOL
1
F1:function
EXT
BELL
ISOL
WARN
SYS
ISOL
EXT BELL
ISOLATE
WARN SYS
ISOLATE
PREV
Total:
1
AlgoRex R
F2:menu
ACK
NEXT
RESET
ISOLATE
Information
Isolation
Alarms
Faults
7
8
9
F1
Premises
manned
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
Alarm device
fault
4
5
6
F2
Alarm delay
off
Remote alarm
isolate(d)
Remote alarm
active
Remote transmission
fault
1
2
3
ok
Detector
test mode
Control function
isolated
Mains
available
System
fault
0
C
2
What is «Mains available»?
The green indicator
2
in the display field «Mains available» shows the state of the main power supply:
It is ON as long as the main power supply is in normal operation.
It is OFF if the the main power supply fails and the control unit runs on battery.
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Operating states ’manned’ and ’unmanned’
Is the Cerberus Alarm Concept activated?
Yes
No
Basic rules
The operating states «Manned» and «Unmanned» are only relevant for systems in which the signals for automatic fire detectors and manual call points are processed differently, that means, the Cerberus Alarm Concept is
activated. The switchover can be performed manually or automatically.
Operating state «manned»
Means: The operating person responsible for «Alarm» investigation is on site.
Indicator 1 in the display field «Premises manned» is ON.
Operating state «unmanned»
Means: The responsible operating person is not on site.
1
2
Information
Isolation
Alarms
Faults
7
8
9
F1
Premises
manned
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
Alarm device
fault
4
5
6
F2
Alarm delay
off
Remote alarm
isolate(d)
Remote alarm
active
Remote transmission
fault
1
2
3
ok
Detector
test mode
Control function
isolated
Mains
available
System
fault
0
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3
Manual switch over from «manned» to «unmanned» or vice versa
Note
For several areas, this function works only, if all areas
are in the same state (unmanned or manned).
With this function you switch over all areas from manned
to unmanned or vice versa.
1. Switch over by pressing key 2 (toggling key)
Ü Confirmation prompt is displayed
2. Confirm the switchover by pressing the ok key 3
Ü The new operating state is shown in the display
Ü In the «manned mode» the state indicator 1 is
ON
INFORMATION
01 manned
building A
02 manned
building B
Total:
F1:function
2
F2:menu
actual state: manned
switch over ?
ok:switch over
C:cancel
switched over !
actual state: unmanned
Note
The switchover from «manned» to «unmanned» (or vice versa) is also possible via the menu.
If several organizationally autonomous systems are operated via a common multi-area terminal (areas with
manned state, other areas with unmanned state) the state can only be changed via the menu, the «Premises
manned» state indicator 1 is flashing.
Automatic switchover
From «unmanned» to «manned»: No
From «manned» to «unmanned»: No
Yes, time = . . . . . . .
Yes, time = . . . . . . . .
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Quick reference instructions
How to start operating ?
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Select desired function in ’MAIN MENU’ by using
and
the arrow keys
3. Then press ok
Ü option selected is shown inverse
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
C:end
Function ’FIRE detection’
to navigate to a fire detection SECTION or ZONE or ELEMENT (= detector) in order to
isolate or reactivate detector zones
set detector zones on mode ’detector test’ or to terminate ’detector test’ , etc.
Function ’Extinguishing section’
to navigate to an extinguishing SECTION in order to
isolate detector zones related to the selected extinguishing section
set detectors related to the selected extinguishing section on mode ’detector test’ or to terminate
test the extinguishing ’alarm horn’ or ’warning panel’ , etc.
Function ’CONTROL in-/ outputs’
to select a control SECTION or ZONE in order to
isolate or reactivate a fire control function (e.g. air-conditioning shut down, etc.)
initiate manually or deactivate a fire control function, etc.
Function ’GEOGRAPHICAL location’
to select any SECTION or ZONE in order to
isolate or reactivate a zone, etc.
Function ’DEVICE level’
to initiate a specific function such as
lamp test
printer test, also to isolate or de–isolate the printer, etc.
Function ’LOGICAL address (CSX. no.)’
to jump directly to a known logical location
the complete address (AREA no./ SECTION no./ ZONE no./ELEMENT no.) must be known
Notes
Full list of all possible functions see ’Overview operating menus’ on pages 36 to 41
The text ’MAIN MENU’ is sometimes abbreviated to ’MENU’ because of the limited text length in the display
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Cerberus Alarm Concept
How does the Cerberus Alarm Concept function?
When the system operates in «manned» mode, manual call points and automatic fire detectors trigger different
actions in the event of an alarm.
ÈÈÈÈ
ÈÈÈÈ
ÈÈÈÈ
ÈÈÈÈ
ÈÈÈÈ
Alarm
event
manned or
unmanned
unmanned
manned
Operating mode
F
Local
alarm
ACK
V1
pressed
running
V1 = 0
«Emergency»
F
pressed
«Minor incident»
RESET
V2
pressed
running
V2 = 0
General
alarm
Remote
alarm
Alarm acknowledgement time «V1»
This is a countdown time that is active for automatic detectors when the
system operates in «manned» mode.
Checks whether someone acknowledges the danger alarm message within
the preprogrammed time.
On expiration of this time the alarm is transmitted to the fire department.
The remaining time is displayed in minutes and seconds.
Alarm investigation time «V2»
This is a countdown time that is active for automatic detectors when the
system operates in «manned» mode.
Limits the time for investigating the fire location to an individually
programmed time.
On expiration of this time the alarm is transmitted to the fire department.
The remaining time is displayed in minutes and seconds.
In case of minor incidents, an alarm must be reset before V2 expires.
Normal
operation
V1 =
...............
minutes
V2 =
...............
minutes
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Alarm – general information
How are alarm messages shown in the text display?
1st alarm
message
Zone «Room 104»
Room
103
Corridor
Room
102
Room
103
2nd alarm
message
Zone «Room 102»
detector
type
Fire brigade REQUESTED
01 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
main building / 1st floor
room 104
02 AUTOM. ALARM HEAT
main building / 1st floor
room 102
F1:function
ok:interv.text
total amount of pending
zone messages
Zones: 2
NACK
NACK
1st message
+ «scroll box»
last message
F2:menu
bottom line =
instruction bar
Room
104
up to 2 messages can be displayed simultaneously
Text Display
The display consists of 3 parts:
Information bar on the top line
Reports the status of remote transmission. One of the following texts is indicated:
Fire brigade REQUESTED
FIRE BRIGADE in ... min
CALL fire brigade: Tel. 000
Message part
The display can show 2 messages simultaneously:
Upper section shows 1st message
Lower section shows last message
Instruction bar
Indicates the currently possible actions.
Message scrolling
If more than 2 messages have been reported, scrolling becomes necessary in order to show all reported
messages in the ’upper section’ (one after the other).
and .
Scrolling is done by PREV and NEXT or with the arrow keys
Message text
The message consists of 3 lines:
First line:
A message number (which does not necessarily correspond to the alarm order)
The kind of detection device: automatic detector (SMOKE, HEAT, FLAME) or manual call point (MCP).
Isolated alarms have the additional text ’ISOL’
The Message state (see below)
Second line:
Customer text line 1 with programmable additional location information (logical address of the alarming
zone)
Third line:
Customer text line 2
Message state
Most messages have to be acknowledged. If they occur, they are in the state ’not acknowledged’. By pressing
ACK they change to the ’acknowledged’ state. The state is indicated by the texts ’NACK’ for ’not acknowledged’
and ’ACKD’ for ’acknowledged’ at the end of the first line of the message.
Messages which do not have to be acknowledged do not have these texts.
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Alarm – general information
cont.
Message order
Messages are presented in the following order:
1. unacknowledged alarms
2. acknowledged alarms
3. isolated alarms
Within these categories the messages are sorted chronologically.
Acknowledge
Ü Each message has to be acknowledged separately
1. Select the desired unacknowledged message
2. Press
Ü The message state text changes
from ’NACK’ to ’ACKD’
Ü The unacknowledged message is
placed on top
ACK
Supplementary information
The logical address of the alarming zone
(if programmed)
Fire brigade REQUESTED
Zones: 2
01 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
NACK
main building / 1st floor 01/001/004
room 104
02 AUTOM. ALARM HEAT
NACK
main building / 1st floor 01/001/006
room 102
F1:function
ok:interv.text
F2:menu
message state
Fire brigade REQUESTED
Zones: 2
01 AUTOM. ALARM HEAT
NACK
main building / 1st floor 01/001/006
room 104
02 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
ACKD
main building / 1st floor 01/001/004
room 102
F1:function
ok:interv.text
F2:menu
logical address
of the alarming
zone
NACK = not
acknowledged
message state
ACKD =
acknowledged
How can an intervention text be read out ?
1. Press «Alarms» key and select the desired message by pressing NEXT or
PREV , if necessary (the selected message is displayed in inverted colors)
2. Press ok
Ü The intervention text is displayed (if
programmed)
Fire brigade REQUESTED
Zones: 2
01 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
ACKD
main building / 1st floor 01/001/004
room 104
02 AUTOM. ALARM HEAT
ACKD
main building / 1st floor 01/001/006
room 102
F1:function
ok:interv.text
F2:menu
Fire brigade REQUESTED
Zones:
DANGER: hazardeous materials !!
-> alert emergency squad
2
intervention
text
3. Pressing ok again returns back to the
original message
ok:message
Reset
Ü Each message has to be reset separately
Ü Unacknowledged messages are reset in the same way as acknowledged ones
1. Select the message to be reset
Fire brigade REQUESTED
Zones: 2
01 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
ACKD
main building / 1st floor 01/001/004
room 104
02 AUTOM. ALARM HEAT
ACKD
main building / 1st floor 01/001/006
room 102
F1:function
ok:interv.text
F2:menu
2. Press RESET
Ü The confirmation dialog is displayed
3. Press
ACK
to confirm
PRESS ACKNOWLEDGE TO CONFIRM RESET
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Alarm – what to do ?
Top line of display reports status of remote transmission:
’CALL fire brigade: TEL. 000’
............
FIREFIGHTER FACILITY
AlgoRex
1
’FIRE BRIGADE in .... ’
............
3
Fire brigade REQUESTED
............
2
" 'Fire brigade REQUESTED'
Alarm is already transmitted
1. Press
ACK
for each pending alarm message
1
2. Read the fire location of the 1st alarm in the upper half of the text display field
3. Go to the fire location
4. Decide on «Emergency» or «Minor incident»:
Emergency:
Minor incident:
Save people
Fight the fire
Immediately try to stop the fire brigade
Press RESET 3
and acknowledge by ACK 1
for each pending alarm message
The system reverts to normal operation
" 'FIRE BRIGADE in 4:31 (min)'
Alarm will be transmitted in the time indicated
1. Press
ACK
1 for each pending alarm message (before time is 0:00)
2. Read the fire location of the 1st alarm in the upper half of the text display field
3. Go to the fire location
4. Decide on «Emergency» or «Minor incident»:
Emergency:
Minor incident:
Immediately actuate nearest
manual call point or the key
’Alarm delay off’ 2
Immediately press RESET 3
and acknowledge by ACK 1
for each pending alarm message
The alarm message is transmitted
The system reverts to normal operation
" 'CALL fire brigade: TEL. 000'
1. Press
1 for each pending alarm message
2. Read the fire location of the 1st alarm in the upper half of the text display field
ACK
3. Go to the fire location
4. Decide on «Emergency» or «Minor incident»:
Emergency:
Minor incident:
Immediately call
the fire brigade (e.g. TEL. 000)
Immediately press RESET 3
and acknowledge by ACK 1
for each pending alarm message
the alarm message is transmitted
The system reverts to normal operation
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cont.
What to do if alarm cannot be reset ?
As long as a detector still detects a fire phenomena (smoke, heat, flame) the alarm cannot be reset. In order to
remove such an alarm the corresponding detector zone has to be isolated.
ZONE isolation procedure if zone is on alarm (Example ZONE ’fire’)
1. Select ZONE on alarm to be isolated
ALARMS
01 AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
main building/1st floor
conference room
F1:function
Zones: 1
ACKD
F2:menu
2. Press ISOLATE
Ü The confirmation dialog is displayed
PRESS ACKNOWLEDGE TO CONFIRM ISOLATE
any other key:end
3. Press ACK to confirm
Ü The selected ZONE is isolated
Ü It is displayed spontaneously in the Alarms list
(if no messages of higher order are pending)
Ü The isolated ZONE is as well displayed in the
Isolation list
ALARMS
01 ISOL AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
main building/1st floor
conference room
F1:function
Zones: 1
ACKD
F2:menu
ZONE de–isolation procedure
1. Select the isolated ZONE in the alarms list
Ü The message is displayed in inverted colors
2. Press ISOLATE
Ü The ZONE is reactivated, that is, the isolation is
cancelled
Note
The isolated ZONE may for de–isolation as well be selected in the Isolation list
ALARMS
01 ISOL AUTOM. ALARM SMOKE
main building/1st floor
conference room
F1:function
ISOLATION
01 detector zone ISOLATED
main building/1st floor
conference room
F1:function
Zones: 1
ACKD
F2:menu
Zones:
1
F2:menu
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Detector zone, temporary isolation
What is ISOLATION of a ZONE ?
Isolated zones have the following characteristics:
The zone state (alarm and fault) is evaluated and displayed
Alarms on isolated zones do NOT activate any control outputs (e.g. warning system, external bell, extinguishing, remote transmission)
Isolated alarms are identified by the text ’ISOL’
When does a ZONE have to be isolated ?
If zones are NOT in alarm
ZONES equipped with automatic fire detectors or manual call points can be temporarily isolated. This is only
necessary in exceptional situations, for example while major construction is in progress:
ZONE with smoke detectors
if smoke or dust is produced by unusual work
ZONE with heat detectors
if heat or steam is produced by unusual work
ZONE with manual call point
if there is a possibility of inadvertent actuation
As soon as conditions have returned to normal, ISOLATED ZONES must immediately be de–isolated again.
If zones are in alarm
If zones in alarm cannot be reset because they still detect an alarm condition (e.g. smoke) then they can be isolated.
As soon as conditions have returned to normal, ISOLATED ZONES must be immediately switched on again.
ZONE isolation procedure if zone is NOT on alarm (Example ZONE ’fire’)
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press ok
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired AREA
3. Press ok
Ü The SECTIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired SECTION
4. Press ok
Ü The ZONES overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired ZONE
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
C:end
AREAS
01 main building
02 factory
ok:section
F2:menu
F1:function
F2:area
F1:function
SECTIONS ’fire’
01 ground floor
02 1st floor
ok:zone
ZONES ’fire’
01 room 101
02 room 102
03 storage room
04 conference room
05 corridor
ok:element
F2:section
F1:function
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Detector zone, temporary isolation
5. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’zone’ is displayed
Select the function ’ISOLATE zone’
Press ok to confirm
Ü The selected ZONE is isolated
Ü It is displayed spontaneously (if no messages of
higher priority are pending).
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’:
ISOLATE zone
DE–ISOLATE zone
set zone -> TEST
set zone -> TEST OFF
activate ZONE TEST
set zone -> RENOVATION
ok:execute
F1:zones
ISOLATION
01 detector zone ISOLATED
main building/1st floor
conference room
F1:function
cont.
C:end
Zones:
1
F2:menu
ZONE reactivation procedure
1. Select the message category by pressing the
Isolation key
2. Select the zone to be de–isolated
Ü The message is displayed in inverted colors
ISOLATION
01 detector zone ISOLATED
main building/1st floor
conference room
F1:function
Zones:
1
F2:menu
3. Press ISOLATE
Ü The ZONE is reactivated, that is, the isolation is
cancelled
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Isolation of individual detectors
When does a detector have to be isolated ?
Only when it is damaged or defective until it is replaced.
Note
An isolated detector cannot generate any messages.
The isolation of detectors only makes sense if the corresponding ZONE is de–isolated
Isolate a detector via the menu
Steps 1 to 4 are identical to «Zone isolation» as described above
5. Press ok
Ü The ELEMENTS summary is displayed
Press
to select the desired ELEMENT
6. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’element’ is displayed
Press
to select the function «ISOLATE element»
and press ok
Ü The selected detector is isolated and displayed
spontaneously if no messages of higher priority
are pending.
ELEMENTS ’fire’
01 conference room
02 conference room
03 conference room
04 conference room
F2:zone
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’element’:
poll INFORMATION ’element’
ISOLATE element
DE–ISOLATE element
ACTIVATE element
DEACTIVATE element
ok:execute
F1:element
C:end
Note
If all elements of a zone are isolated, the corresponding
zone is automatically isolated as well.
ISOLATION
01 detector ISOLATED
main building / 1st floor
conference room
F1:function
Reactivate a detector (element)
1
F2:menu
1. Select the message category by pressing the
Isolation key. The message is displayed in inverted colors.
ISOLATION
01 detector ISOLATED
main building / 1st floor
conference room
01 detector ISOLATED
main building / 1st floor
2. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’element’ is displayed
Press
to select the function «DE–ISOLATE element» and press ok
Ü The detector is reactivated
FUNCTION LIST ’element’
poll INFORMATION ’element’
ISOLATE element
DE–ISOLATE element
ACTIVATE element
DEACTIVATE element
F1:function
ok:execute
Zones:
Zones:
1
F2:menu
F1:element
C:end
Isolate a detector when a fault message is pending
1. Select the message category by pressing the
Faults key, then select the desired message by
scrolling with , if necessary. The selected message is displayed in inverted colors.
2. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’element’ is displayed
Press
to select the function «ISOLATE element»
and press ok to confirm
Ü The detector is reactivated
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FAULTS
01 detector
main building / 1st floor
room 102
F1:function
F2:menu
FUNCTION LIST ’element’
poll INFORMATION ’element’
ISOLATE element
DE–ISOLATE element
ACTIVATE element
DEACTIVATE element
ok:execute
F1:element
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Fault
What to do in case of reported fault messages?
1. Confirm the message by pressing
ACK
2. Read the fault location on the display
3. Go to the fault location
4. If the fault cannot be removed call the Cerberus service organization
What remedies are available to the user?
Defective automatic detector
Go to the location of the defective detector,
if the detector is missing:
Ü reinsert the detector
if the detector is defective:
Ü replace it with a spare detector
Important: only replace a defective detector
with a unit of the same type.
Defective manual call point
Go the location of the defective call point,
if the glass pane is broken:
Ü replace the glass pane
if there is any other defect:
Ü call the Cerberus service organization
Printer out of paper
Go to the printer,
Ü insert a new paper roll,
see section «Printer: Paper replenishing»
page 31
Mains supply failure
Mains failure in the public supply network:
Ü no action required
the emergency power battery supplies the system for
at least 24.5 hours (depending on the user’s specification up to 72 hours)
Mains supply ok:
Ü check the power fuse (main distribution panel of
the building) and replace the fuse, if it is blown.
FAULTS
01 detector
main building / 1st floor
room 102
F1:function
FAULTS
01 call point GLASS BROKEN
main building / 2nd floor
CORRIDOR
F1:function
FAULTS
01 printer terminal PAPER END
main building / 1st floor
conference room
F1:function
FAULTS
01 mains failure
control unit, basement
F1:function
Zones:
1
F2:menu
Zones:
1
F2:menu
Zones:
0
F2:menu
Zones:
0
F2:menu
Note
Isolated detectors also cause a fault message.
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
For all other faults call the Cerberus service organization
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Mode ’Detector test’
What is the «Detector test» mode for?
The mode «Detector test» allows individual on-site function testing of automatic fire detectors and manual call
points without generating an alarm message.
Automatic fire detectors are actuated with a special detector tester.
Interactive detectors are set to the special parameter set ’Test’ in order to achieve a fast activation with the detector tester.
Manual call points are activated depending on the type:
– From externally with a special test key without breaking the glass pane or opening the housing.
– Simply by opening the door of the manual call point.
Test alarm is the active state of automatic fire detectors or manual call points in «Detector test» mode. A test
alarm does not generate a danger message in the control console. That means that neither acoustical alarm
devices nor remote transmission or any other control functions are activated.
Test alarms are recorded in the event memory and logged spontaneously, if a printer is connected.
How to set detectors or manual call points to mode «Detector test»?
This is normally done on the section level, but also possible on the zone level.
It is not possible to set an individual fire detector or manual call point (element) to «Detector test».
Zones or sections set to «Detector test» are displayed spontaneously as a message in the category ’Isolation’
Set all detector zones within a SECTION to «Detector test»
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
to select the desired menu item.
Press
2. Press ok
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired AREA
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
AREAS
01 main building
02 factory
ok:section
3. Press ok
Ü The SECTIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired SECTION
F2:menu
F1:function
SECTIONS
01 ground floor
02 1st floor
03 lift shaft
04 2nd floor
ok:zone
4. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’section’ is displayed
With
select the function «set all DETECTOR
zones –> TEST» and press ok (automatic detectors
only).
C:end
F2:area
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’section’:
ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
DE–ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
ISOLATE all CALL POINT zones
DE–ISOLATE all CALL POINT zones
set all DETECTOR zones -> TEST
terminate TEST of all DETECTOR zones
ok:execute
F1:sections
C:end
Ü All zones of automatic detectors that belong to
this section are set to «Detector test»
Indicator «Detector test mode» is on
Same procedure for manual call points
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Mode ’Detector test’
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Recommendations for detector test
Perform the function test periodically. The interval of this test is determined by the service engineer.
Switch only the fire detectors of one SECTION at a time to «Detector test», never the entire building.
For manual call points the function test needs to be performed only based on a spot-check.
Test automatic fire detectors and manual call points of the same room always separately.
Do not set them to «Detector test» simultaneously.
After the test work has been completed immediately cancel the mode «Detector test».
Testing of automatic AlgoRex detectors
Neural smoke detector
1. Set the SECTION (or zone) to «Detector test»
mode.
2. Place the detector tester on the detector.
Observe the marking!
Ü For smoke detectors and multisensor smoke
detectors the detector exchanger and tester
DZ1193 is needed:
Ü For heat detectors the detector tester RE6T is
required:
The temperature rise is simulated with a hot-air
blower
Heat detector
Smoke detector
3. Wait until the response indicator on the detector
flashes.
4. Remove the detector tester.
Ü The function test is completed. Go to next detector
Detector exchanger
and tester DZ1193
Detector tester
RE6T
Note
Smoke detectors, multisensor smoke detectors and heat detectors have different housings (see illustration).
Testing of manual call points
Manual call points DM1101, DM1151 (type KAC)
1. Set the manual call point ZONE to «Detector test»
mode.
2. Insert the test key into the opening
«Test alarm» is simulated.
3. Wait until the response indicator of the manual call
point flashes.
Test key
4. Remove the test key.
Ü The function test is completed
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Mode ’Detector test’
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Terminate «Detector test» for all detector zones within a SECTION
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press ok
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
to select the desired AREA
Press
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
AREAS
01 main building
ok:section
3. Press ok
Ü The SECTIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the SECTION that is on ’detector
test’
F2:menu
F1:function
SECTIONS
01 ground floor
02 1st floor
03 lift shaft
04 2nd floor
ok:zone
4. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’section’ is displayed
With
select the function «terminate TEST of all
DETECTOR zones» and press ok
C:end
F2:area
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’section’ :
DE–ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
ISOLATE all CALL POINT zones
DE–ISOLATE all CALL POINT zones
set all DETECTOR zones -> TEST
terminate TEST of all DETECTOR zones
set all CALL POINT zones -> TEST
ok:execute
F1:sections
C:end
Ü The «Detector test» is now cancelled for all detector zones of this section
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Mode ’Detector test’
cont.
Poll ’test alarms’ in the event memory
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
to select DEVICE level
Press
2. Press ok
Ü The STATIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired STATION
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
STATIONS
01 CC1142 CBUS no1
02 CI1142 CBUS no2
05 CT1142 CBUS no5
ok:funct.unit
3. Press F1
Ü The function list Control unit is displayed
to select ’poll EVENT MEMORY’
Press
C:end
F2:menu
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’terminal’:
poll INFORMATION ’terminal’
initiate LAMP TEST
set contrast of DISPLAY
set sound level of BUZZER
poll EVENT MEMORY ’terminal’
ISOLATE PRINTER ’terminal’
ok:execute
F2:stations
c:end
4. Press ok
Ü The function list Event Memory is displayed
Press
to select ’poll all TEST ALARM’
messages
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’:
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
ok:execute
F1:station
F2:->date/time
5. Press ok
Ü The TEST Alarms are displayed
use
and
to poll the test alarms
EVENT MEMORY
**** TOP OF LIST ****
03-SEPT-1997 16:15:52
INFORMATION
+detector TEST ACTIVATION
main building / 1st floor
room 102
04-SEPT-1997 09:00:59
INFORMATION
^/v:scroll
F1:print
F2:->date/time
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Mode ’Installation test’
What is the mode «Installation test» for?
The mode «Installation test» allows to test the correct function of the whole fire detection system including fire
controls, acoustical alarm devices, etc. All functions remain enabled.
Make sure that the remote transmission is isolated or the fire department is informed about the test activities.
In the mode ’Installation test’ interactive detectors become more sensitive and respond faster (response behavior as in mode «Detector test»).
The mode ’Installation test’ shall be carried out only by security staff and serves basically to test the
alarm organization and fire controls.
After the test work has been completed immediately cancel the mode «Installation test».
Mode «Installation test» is normaly enabled and disabled on the level ’ZONE’ but also possible on the level
’SECTION’
Setting a zone to mode «Installation test»
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press ok
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired AREA
AREAS
01 main building
ok:section
3. Press ok
Ü The SECTIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired SECTION
F2:menu
F1:function
SECTIONS ’fire’
01 ground floor
02 1st floor
03 lift shaft
04 2nd floor
ok:zone
4. Press ok
Ü The ZONES overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired ZONE
F2:area
F1:function
ZONES ’fire’
01 room 101
02 1st floor
03 storage room
04 conference room
05 corridor
ok:element
5. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’zone’ is displayed
With
scroll to the function
«set zone –> INSTALLATION TEST» and press
Ü The ZONE is set to mode «Installation test»
C:end
ok
F2:section
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’ :
set zone -> TEST OFF
activate FAULT TEST
set zone -> RENOVATION
set zone -> RENOVATION OFF
set zone -> INSTALLATION TEST
set zone -> INSTALLATION TEST OFF
ok:execute
F1:zones
C:end
Termination of mode «Installation test» of a zone
1. Press the Information key and select the desired
message by pressing , if necessary. The selected message is displayed in inverted colors.
INFORMATION
Total:
01 detector zone INSTALL. TEST
main building / 1st floor
conference room
F1:function
2. Press F1
The FUNCTION LIST ’zone’ is displayed
With
scroll to the function
«set zone –> INSTALLATION TEST OFF»
and press ok
Ü The ZONE is set to normal operation mode
1
F2:menu
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’:
set zone -> TEST OFF
activate FAULT TEST
set zone -> RENOVATION
set zone -> RENOVATION OFF
set zone -> INSTALLATION TEST
set zone -> INSTALLATION TEST OFF
ok:execute
F1:zones
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Mode ’Renovation’
What is the «Renovation» mode for?
In «Renovation» mode, automatic detectors are much less sensitive. This may be required while unusual work
is in progress (e.g. during renovation of a building).
The fire detection system remains working, the remote transmission of alarm and fault messages is enabled.
Manual call points work as in normal operation mode.
Detectors in the mode ’Renovation’ are from the insurance and approval point of view out of order. This is why
the ’isolation’ message is generated. Mode ’Renovation’ is enabled and disabled on the level ’ZONE’ only.
Mode ’Renovation’ is enabled and disabled on the level ’ZONE’ only.
Setting a zone to mode «Renovation»
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired AREA
ok
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
AREAS
01 main building
ok:section
3. Press ok
Ü The SECTIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired SECTION
F1:function
F2:area
F1:function
ZONES ’fire’
01 room 101
02 1st floor
03 storage room
04 conference room
05 corridor
ok:element
5. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’zone’ is displayed
With
scroll to the function
«set zone –> RENOVATION» and press ok
Ü The ZONE is set to mode «Renovation»
F2:menu
SECTIONS ’fire’
01 ground floor
02 1st floor
03 lift shaft
04 2nd floor
ok:zone
4. Press ok
Ü The ZONES overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired ZONE
C:end
F2:section
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’:
DE–ISOLATE zone
set zone –> TEST
set zone -> TEST OFF
activate FAULT TEST
set zone -> RENOVATION
set zone -> RENOVATION OFF
ok:execute
F1:zones
C:end
Termination of mode «Renovation» of a zone
1. Press the Isolation key and select the desired
message by pressing , if necessary. The selected message is displayed in inverted colors.
ISOLATION
01 detector zone RENOVATION
main building / 1st floor
conference room
F1:function
2. Press F1
The FUNCTION LIST ’zone’ is displayed
With
scroll to the function
«set zone –> RENOVATION OFF» and press ok
Ü The ZONE is set to normal operation mode
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’:
set zone -> TEST
set zone -> TEST OFF
activate FAULT TEST
set zone -> RENOVATION
set zone -> RENOVATION OFF
set zone -> INSTALLATION TEST
ok:execute
F1:zones
Zones:
1
F2:menu
C:end
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Remote transmission ISOLATE/DE–ISOLATE
This system is equipped with a remote transmission facility
for FIRE ALARM
Yes, destination:
No
for FAULT
Yes, destination:
No
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What is «Remote transmission»?
Remote transmission establishes a transmission path to the fire department in the event of a FIRE ALARM.
For FAULT there is normally a separate path established.
When does the remote transmission have to be isolated?
Normally the remote transmission operates in active stand-by. Isolation is needed only in special cases, for example for testing the control functions. For this test the Remote alarm isolate key 1 on the control console
has to be pressed. The «ISOLATED» state is signalled by the indicator 2 .
Information
Isolation
Alarms
Faults
7
8
9
F1
Premises
manned
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
Alarm device
fault
4
5
6
F2
Alarm delay
off
Remote alarm
isolate(d)
Remote alarm
active
Remote transmission
fault
1
2
3
ok
Detector
test mode
Control function
isolated
Mains
available
System
fault
0
C
2
1
ISOLATING the remote transmission
Press key 1
Ü The corresponding isolation message is displayed
Ü Indicator 2 turns on
Ü The FIRE ALARM remote transmission is isolated
ISOLATION
Zones: 0
01 RT ’fire’ ISOLATED
main building
remote transmission channel FIRE
02 RT ’fire’ ISOLATED
factory
remote transmission channel FIRE
F1:function
F2:menu
DE–ISOLATING the remote transmission
Press key 1 (toggling key)
Ü Indicator 2 turns off
Ü The FIRE ALARM remote transmission is de–isolated and switched to stand-by
Note
The remote transmission can also be isolated and de–isolated via the menu, separately for «Alarm» and
«Fault».
The remote transmission must be periodically checked by activating a manual call point. The fire department
must be notified before the test is initiated.
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Alarm devices ISOLATE/DE–ISOLATE
When do alarm devices (horns, sirens, etc.) have to be isolated ?
Normally the alarm devices operate in active stand-by. Isolation is needed only in special cases, for example for
testing the control functions.
Information
Isolation
Alarms
Faults
7
8
9
F1
Premises
manned
Alarm device
isolate(d)
Alarm device
active
Alarm device
fault
4
5
6
F2
Alarm delay
off
Remote alarm
isolate(d)
Remote alarm
active
Remote transmission
fault
1
2
3
ok
Detector
test mode
Control function
isolated
Mains
available
System
fault
0
C
2
1
ISOLATING the alarm devices
Press key 1
Ü The corresponding isolation message is displayed
Ü Indicator 2 turns on
Ü The alarm devices (warning system AND external
bell) are isolated
ISOLATION
01 external bell ISOLATED
main building
external horn (horn II)
02 warning system ISOLATED
main building
internal horn (horn I)
F1:function
Zones:
0
F2:menu
DE–ISOLATING the alarm devices
Press key 1 (toggling key)
Ü Indicator 2 turns on
Ü The alarm devices are de–isolated and switched to
stand-by
Note
The alarm devices can also be isolated and de–isolated via the menu.
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Printer ISOLATE/DE–ISOLATE
This system is equipped with a printer Yes
No
When does the printer have to be ISOLATED?
Normally the printer (if installed) operates in active stand-by. Isolation is needed only in special cases (for example to change the paper). The printer can be isolated and de–isolated via the menu. The «ISOLATED» state is
shown on the display.
ISOLATING the printer
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
With
choose the function «DEVICE level»
2. Press ok
Ü The STATIONS overview is displayed
Press , if necessary, to select the desired station
(control unit or terminal)
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
STATIONS
01 control unit CC1140 ground floor
02 terminal CT11 corridor 1st floor
ok:funct.unit
3. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’control unit’ is displayed
to select «ISOLATE printer» and press ok
Press
Ü The printer is isolated
DE–ISOLATING the printer
1. Press the Isolation key and select the desired
message by pressing , if necessary. The selected message is displayed in inverted colors.
C:end
F2:menu
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’terminal’:
initiate LAMP TEST
set contrast of DISPLAY
set sound level of BUZZER
poll EVENT MEMORY ’terminal’
ISOLATE printer ’terminal’
DE–ISOLATE printer ’terminal’
ok:execute
F1:stations
ISOLATION
Zones:
01 printer ’terminal’ ISOLATED
reception ground floor
F1:function
2. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’control unit’ is displayed
With
select the function «DE–ISOLATE printer»
and press ok
Ü The printer is de–isolated
C:end
FUNCTION LIST ’terminal’:
set contrast of DISPLAY
set sound level of BUZZER
poll EVENT MEMORY ’terminal’
ISOLATE printer ’terminal’
DE–ISOLATE printer ’terminal’
initiate PRINTER TEST ’terminal’
ok:execute
F1:stations
0
F2:menu
C:end
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Printer B2Q191: paper replenishing
Valid for this system
Yes, system equipped with printer B2Q191
No printer of this type installed
1
Isolate the printer first
Swing out printer unit
2
Remove the used
paper roll
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
ÎÎÎ
3
5
Lift the paper flap and
slide a new paper roll
over the spindle
The paper can be
transported by means of
the knurled wheel
A
4
7
Press the winding up key
De–isolate the printer
6
Press the leading edge of the paper
lightly against the flap and feed it into
the printer through the slot.
Push down the release lever A to insert
the paper.
Thread the leading edge
of the paper around the
take-up roller and fix it
with the clamp
Print intensity
If the print intensity is too low, call the Cerberus service
organization.
Spare paper rolls
Cerberus part no. 379 977 (= 4 pcs.)
or – JUJU TP 50KS-A
– HONSHU PS 65 B1
– MITSUBISHI F-200 U7X
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Lamp test
What is the «Lamp test» used for?
For testing the correct functioning of all indicators (LEDs), the display, and the alarm buzzer.
All visual and audible devices of the control console are activated for a few seconds.
Initiate lamp test
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
With
choose the function «DEVICE level»
2. Press ok
Ü The STATIONS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired station (terminal)
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
STATIONS
01 control unit CC1140 ground floor
02 terminal CT11 corridor 1st floor
ok:funct.unit
3. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’terminal’ is displayed
Press
to select «initiate LAMP TEST» and press
ok
Ü The lamp test is initiated
C:end
F2:menu
FUNCTION LIST ’terminal’:
poll INFORMATION ’terminal’
initiate LAMP TEST
set contrast of DISPLAY
set sound level of BUZZER
poll EVENT MEMORY (terminal)
ISOLATE PRINTER (terminal)
ok:execute
F1:stations
F1:function
C:end
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Alarm counter
What is the purpose of polling the alarm counter?
The alarm counter shows the number of past alarm events.
Polling alarm counter
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press ok
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
Press
to select the desired AREA
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
AREAS
01 main building
ok:section
3. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’area’ is displayed
Press
to select «poll COUNTER ’fire alarms’» or
«poll COUNTER ’remote alarms’» and press ok
C:end
F2:menu
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’area’:
switching MANNED/UNMANNED
poll COUNTER ’fire alarms’
poll COUNTER ’remote alarms’
DE–ISOLATE alarm HORNS
ISOLATE alarm HORNS
alarm HORNS –> START
ok:execute
F1:areas
C:end
Ü The number of alarms is displayed
COUNTER ’fire alarms’ : 4
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Event memory
Polling event memory of an ’AREA’
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
2. Press
Ü The AREAS overview is displayed
to select the desired AREA
Press
ok
C:end
AREAS
01 main building
02 machine building
03 warehouse building
ok:section
3. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’area’ is displayed
Press
to select «poll EVENT MEMORY»
F2:menu
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’area’:
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
poll EVENT MEMORY
ok:execute
F1:areas
C:end
4. Press ok
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’ is displayed
Press , if necessary, to select the desired function
and press ok
Ü The display now shows the desired list.
Either the latest entry is visible completely, older entries (if existing) can be scrolled by pressing
Note
with F2 :–>date/time a entry of a
particular date/time can be selected and displayed.
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’:
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
ok:execute
F1:areas
F2:->date/time
EVENT MEMORY
machine building
engine room
21-FEB-1996 11:26:43
INFORMATION
-detector zone INSTALL. TEST
machine building
compressor room
^/v:scroll
F1:print
F2:->date/time
Printing selected entries of the event memory
Steps 1..4 are identical to «Polling event memory of an area» as described above
5. Press F1
Ü The ’printout EVENT MEMORY’ menu is displayed
Press F2 to print all entries or
select desired range of date and time to print
out particular events.
and
to set date and time and press
Use
select the next field.
Press ok to print out selected entries.
F1
printout EVENT MEMORY
VV
Printout starts at: 08:00 21-FEB-1996
Printout stops at:
to
Ü During the print out procedure on the bottom line
a flashing”printing” in inverted coulors is displayed.
ok:set
08:00 21-FEB-1996
F1:next field
F2:print all
printout EVENT MEMORY
... printing ...
Note
The event memory can only be printed out, if the printer is connected to the operated terminal.
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Set clock and date
Normally the date and time do not have to be corrected!
The date and time are set by the service engineer when installing the system.
The summer/winter time changeover is performed automatically.
Time and date are always displayed when the password is entered.
Setting the clock
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’installation’ is displayed
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’:
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
ok:execute
3. Press ok
Ü An input prompt is displayed
Enter the current time and press ok
(2 digits each for hours / minutes / seconds)
Ü The new time is read in and loaded
1. Press F2
Ü The MAIN MENU is displayed
2. Press F1
Ü The FUNCTION LIST ’installation’ is displayed
Press
to select the function «set DATE»
C:end
HHMMSS
ok:set
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
C:cancel
C:end
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’:
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
ok:execute
3. Press ok
Ü An input prompt is displayed
Enter the current date and press ok
(2 digits each for day / month / year)
Ü The new date is read in and loaded
F1:menu
SET CLOCK
0..9,del:edit
Setting the date
C:end
F1:menu
C:end
SET DATE
DDMMYY
0..9,del:edit
ok:set
C:cancel
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Overview operating menus
To enter ’MAIN MENU’ press
F2
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
Note
F1 = press F1
ok = press ok
C:end
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
acknowledge all
reset all
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’area’
switching MANNED/UNMANNED
poll COUNTER ’fire alarms’
reset COUNTER ’fire alarms’
poll COUNTER ’remote alarms’
DE–ISOLATE alarm HORNS
ISOLATE alarm HORNS
alarm HORN –> START
alarm HORN –> STOP
initiate TEST alarm HORN
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ok
poll EVENT MEMORY
select FIRE section
ok
AREAS...
ok
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
access level 3 ’service’
SECTIONS...
ok
ZONES...
ok
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’section’
ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
DE–ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
ISOLATE all CALL POINT zones
DE–ISOLATE all CALL POINT zones
set all DETECTOR zones –> TEST
terminate TEST of all DETECTOR zones
set all CALL POINT zones –> TEST
terminate TEST of all CALL POINT zones
set all DETECTOR ZONES –> INSTALL. TEST
terminate INSTALL.TEST of all DET.zones
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’
ISOLATE zone
DE–ISOLATE zone
set zone –> TEST
set zone –> TEST OFF
activate FAULT TEST
set zone –> RENOVATION
set zone –> RENOVATION OFF
ACTIVATE zone
set zone –> INSTALLATION TEST
set zone –> INSTALLATION TEST OFF
access level 3 ’service’
ELEMENTS...
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’element’
poll INFORMATION ’element’
ISOLATE element
DE–ISOLATE element
ACTIVATE element
DEACTIVATE element
CHANGE parameter set
parameter set -> DEFAULT
see document e1957
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To enter ’MAIN MENU’ press
cont.
F2
MAIN MENU
FIRE section
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
Note
F1 = press F1
ok = press ok
C:end
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
acknowledge all
reset all
EXTINGUISHING sections (details see document e1956)
ok
AREAS...
ok
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’area’
switching MANNED/UNMANNED
poll COUNTER ’fire alarms’
reset COUNTER ’fire alarms’
poll COUNTER ’remote alarms’
DE–ISOLATE alarm HORN
ISOLATE alarm HORN
alarm HORN –> START
alarm HORN –> STOP
initiate TEST alarm HORN
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
poll EVENT MEMORY
ok
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
access level 3 ’service’
SECTIONS...
ok
ZONES...
ok
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’section’
BLOCKING autom.extinguishing
ENABLING autom.extinguishing
BLOCKING autom.& man. extinguishing release
ENABLING autom.& man. extinguishing release
ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
DE–ISOLATE all DETECTOR zones
set all DETECTOR zones –> TEST
terminate TEST of all DETECTOR zones
set all DETECTOR zones –>INSTALL: TEST
terminate INSTALL.TEST of all DET. zones
set extinguishing control –> REVISION
terminate REVISION
set extinguishing control –> TEST
terminate TEST of exting. control
initiate TEST ”horn”
initiate TEST ”warning panel”
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’
ISOLATE zone
DE–ISOLATE zone
set zone –> TEST
set zone –> TEST OFF
activate FAULT TEST
set zone –> RENOVATION
set zone –> RENOVATION OFF
ACTIVATE zone
set zone –> INSTALLATION TEST
set zone –> INSTALLATION TEST OFF
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’element’
poll INFORMATION ’element’
ISOLATE element
DE–ISOLATE element
ACTIVATE element
DEACTIVATE element
CHANGE parameter set
parameter set -> DEFAULT
see document e1956
access level 3 ’service’
access level 3 ’service’
ELEMENTS...
see document e1957
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To enter ’MAIN MENU’ press
cont.
F2
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
Note
F1 = press F1
ok = press ok
C:end
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
acknowledge all
reset all
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’area’
switching MANNED/UNMANNED
poll COUNTER ’fire alarms’
reset COUNTER ’fire alarms’
poll COUNTER ’remote alarms’
DE–ISOLATE alarm HORN
ISOLATE alarm HORN
alarm HORN –> START
alarm HORN –> STOP
initiate TEST alarm HORN
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ok
poll EVENT MEMORY
control in–/outputs
ok
AREAS...
ok
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
access level 3 ’service’
SECTIONS...
ok
ZONES...
ok
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’section’
ISOLATE all ZONES
DE–ISOLATE all ZONES
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’zone’
ISOLATE zone
DE–ISOLATE zone
ACTIVATE zone
DEACTIVATE zone
Note:
for time channels no function available
access level 3 ’service’
ELEMENTS...
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’element’
poll INFORMATION ’element’
DISCONNECT element
CONNECT element
ACTIVATE element
DEACTIVATE element
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To enter ’MAIN MENU’ press
cont.
F2
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
Note
F1 = press F1
ok = press ok
C:end
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
acknowledge all
reset all
select GEOGRAPHICAL location
ok
AREAS...
ok
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’area’
switching MANNED/UNMANNED
poll COUNTER ’fire alarms’
reset COUNTER ’fire alarms’
poll COUNTER ’remote alarms’
DE–ISOLATE alarm HORN
ISOLATE alarm HORN
alarm HORN –> START
alarm HORN –> STOP
initiate TEST alarm HORN
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fire’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’others’
DE–ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
ISOLATE REMOTE transm. ’fault’
poll EVENT MEMORY
ok
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
access level 3 ’service’
SECTIONS...
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’section’
same as under
– FIRE detection
– EXTINGUISHING sections
– CONTROL in-/outputs
but includes all types of sections
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Overview operating menus
To enter ’MAIN MENU’ press
cont.
F2
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
Note
F1 = press F1
ok = press ok
C:end
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
acknowledge all
reset all
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’terminal’
poll INFORMATION ’terminal’
initiate LAMP TEST
set contrast of DISPLAY
set sound level of BUZZER
poll EVENT MEMORY (terminal)
ISOLATE PRINTER (terminal)
DE–ISOLATE PRINTER (terminal)
initiate PRINTER-TEST (terminal)
DEVICE level
ok
terminal CI1145
ok
ok
FUNCTION LIST ’event memory’
poll all messages
poll all DANGER messages
poll all FAULT messages
poll all DISCONNECTION messages
poll all INFORMATION messages
poll all TEST-ALARM messages
Iā/O
ā 's of B3Q460/80
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’function unit’
poll INFORMATION ’function unit’
keys and indicators of CT11 panel
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’function unit’
poll INFORMATION ’function unit’
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’function unit’
poll INFORMATION ’function unit’
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’function unit’
poll INFORMATION ’function unit’
initiate BATTERY LOAD TEST
I/O’s of E3X120
power supply supervision
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Overview operating menus
To enter ’MAIN MENU’ press
cont.
F2
MAIN MENU
FIRE detection
EXTINGUISHING sections
CONTROL in- /outputs
GEOGRAPHICAL location
DEVICE level
logical address (CSX no.)
ok:select
F1:function
Note
ok = press ok
C:end
F1
FUNCTION LIST ’installation’
set CLOCK
set DATE
re-configuration C-bus
acknowledge all
reset all
logical address (CSX no.)
ok
area / section / zone / element
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Alte Landstrasse 411
Tel. +ā41 1ā Ć 922 61 11
Fax +ā41 1 Ć 922 64 50
www.cerberus.ch
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Security
for People
and Assets
Replaces PF99-041
Doc. no e1955
Back_e1955
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