Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Control Panels

Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue
Addressable Control Panels
• From 1-4 loops
• LPCB approval to EN54 2 & 4
• Fully compatible with all Apollo XP95 and
Discovery devices
• Extensive mode-change options by
day/night and special group allocations
• Day/Night delay of alarm and cause/effect
outputs
• 4 Inbuilt Software Delay Timers
• 500mA output per loop with highly stable
voltage platform, even under mains-failed
conditions
Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue
Addressable Control Panels
• Additional Discovery detector functions
– Print Drift Compensation level by loop
– Print Device Date of Manufacture
– Enable/Disable LED pulsing mode
• Automatic recognition of Apollo and Control
Equipment outstations
• User friendly controls and a clear,
unambiguous screen
• Fully networkable with other Discovery and
Voyager panels
• Complies with EMC and LVD Directives
• Windows-based, full upload/download PC
software package
Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue
Addressable Control Panels
• New Phase 5 Software upgrade
• 61 customer Led Enhancements Including:– Fast loop output response (3 seconds with
BGU operation
– Latest Apollo devices supported including
intelligent reflective beam, discovery CO
detector, XP95 multisensor etc
– Local cause / effect enhanced to 3 x
capacity
– General output disablement facility
– Configurable class change – pulse /
continuous
– Full loop sounder synchronisation
supported
Discovery Panel Hardware
Up to 14 fully
functional repeater
panels may be
connected via RS485
cable.
Up to 31 8-way panel enhancement boards may be added.
Two types are available:
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2) fully-programmable inputs and alarm outputs
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Individual panels and
Integra networks are
programmable via
Windows PC package.
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Fully programmable
network comprising
other Discovery and
Voyager panels,
graphics systems and
network repeaters.
Mechanical Assembly
Motherboard and power
supply located on a
removable chassis to
assist cabinet installation.
Motherboard holds
up to 4 loop cards
Display
assembly
located on the
removable door.
Zonal LEDs and
optional printer are
located on the
display board.
LPC approved high
specification
switch mode power
supply.
Space for internal
12Ah battery set.
Cabinet Options
Surface Cabinets
Cabinet colour reference is: RAL 7035 textured (Light Grey)
All cabinets are manufactured from sheet steel and finished in satin texture
epoxy powder stove paint.
Semi-Flush Cabinets
The semi-flush bezel locates to the rear of the bevelled edge of the back box,
leaving the bevelled edge and door raised out from the wall.
It is finished in the same colour as the back box and is fitted by means of pinch
bolts, thus avoiding the need to drill the cabinet.
Fully Flush Cabinet (Illustrated)
For details of panel dimensions
see Application Guide.
Custom-made to a high quality, full-flush bezels are available in brass,
stainless steel, or painted.
This option is achieved by fixing a flat bezel assembly to the standard back
box, replacing the standard door. The panel comes with assembly already fitted
but may be supplied for later on-site fitting (this may be a little timeconsuming).
User Controls
The backlit LCD
display gives
information of
loop, device and
zone number,
device type and
event condition,
together with a
user-definable
text description.
System LED
indications are
provided in
addition to the
LCD display.
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DELAY
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SCROLL
MESSAGES
SILENCE
BUZZER
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TEST
ALARMS
The text
descriptions give
the user clear,
easy-to use
functional
controls.
SILENCE / RESOUND
ALARMS
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TEST
DISPLAY
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ACCESS MENU
MENU UP
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MENU DOWN
RESET
ESCAPE
FAULT
ACCESS
CONTROLS
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The engineer
accesses panel
configuration
functions using the
numerical
designations. The
menu structure on
the LCD display
guides the
engineer through
the different set-up
facilities.
LCD Display
The device types which may be indicated are as
follows:
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- Loop sounder/sounder circuit
controller
- Input/Output device
- Ionisation smoke sensor
- Monitor (zone monitor, control
monitor)
- Optical smoke sensor
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- Heat sensor
- Call point or call point monitor
Zone Indications
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System LED
indications are
provided in
addition to the
LCD display.
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ZONAL FIRE AND FAULT INDICATION
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The Discovery
panel is
available with
or without the
slide in zone
indication
chart
The printer slot
and printer
location studs are
available for easy
printer fitting
Printer
This good quality printer
uses a reliable Epson
mechanism.
Hinged access to
allow easy ribbon
change.
Engineer’s printer
test button.
Open access to
feed paper
through
mechanism.
Designed for easy
replacement of the paper roll
onto the carrier.
This button
advances the
paper.
A1535 8 Way Relay Board
RS485 comms
from panel
motherboard.
8 inputs may be
normally open or
normally closed and
will register as fire or
non-fire on the panel
as configured. Inputs
are fully
programmable via the
panel or PC
cause/effect.
24V DC power.
Engineer’s DIL
switches to set board
address, enable O/C
or S/C inputs and
disable
inputs/outputs.
Engineer’s links to
disable functions
for set-up or
maintenance
purposes.
8 x 1Amp
changeover relay
outputs may be fully
programmed via the
panel or PC
cause/effect
programme.
A1536 8 Way Alarm Board
Engineer’s DIL switches to
set board address, disable
inputs and outputs, test
LEDs and test alarms.
Engineer’s DIL
switches to isolate
alarm outputs
individually.
RS485 comms
from panel
motherboard.
8 normally open
inputs which will
register as fire or
non-fire on the
panel as
configured.
Inputs are fully
programmable
via panel or PC
cause/effect.
24V DC power.
Alarm Fault
LEDs.
8 x 1Amp twostage alarm
outputs may be
fully programmed
via the panel or
PC cause/effect.
Test alarms
when switched
to 0V.
Engineer’s buzzer disable link
for set-up or maintenance
purposes.
Extensive User’s Menu
User Functions
•Time/Date
•Delay
•Delay Enable/Disable
•Day/Night Modes
•Enable Day/Night/Auto/Off
•Enable/Disable
•Devices
•Zones
•Printer
•Sounders
•View
•View Event Log
•View Suppressed Events
•Test
•Point Walk Test
•Alarm Walk Test
•Print
•Clear Print Queue
•Print Event Log
•Print Disablements
EN/DIS:1=POINTS
2=ZONES,
3=PRINTER
4=SOUNDERS
SELECT 1..4, <=EXIT
User functions to disable
individual loop devices, a range of
devices, full zones, the printer and
sounders.
DELAY IS 01 MINUTES
09:00:00 TO 17:00:00
DELAY IS ENABLED
1=DISABLE,
<=EXIT
User function to read the output
delay and to enable or disable its
operation.
DAY/NIGHT OPTION
1=DAY
2=NIGHT
3=AUTO
4=OFF
<=EXIT
User function to select the DAY
mode, NIGHT mode, AUTO mode
via timer, or OFF (XP95 default
settings).
ONE PERSON TEST
1=POINT WALK TEST
2=ALARM WALK TEST
SELECT 1..2, <=EXIT
User function to operate one man
device test and alarm audibility
test.
Overview of the Engineer’s Menu
1. PANEL SETUP
1. LOOP SETUP
1. Loop Configuration
1. Loop Contents
1. View Loop Contents
2. Print Loop Contents
1. Reconfigure Loop
2. Device Sensitivity (XP95/Discovery)
1. Fire
2. Alert
3. Discovery
1. Print Drift
2. Print Date
3. LED
4. Rapid Compensation
2. Zone Allocation
1. Edit Device Zones
2. Print Device Zones
3. View Device Zones
3. Loop Cause Effect
1. Device Group Allocation
1. Edit Device Groups
2. Print Device Groups
3. View Device Groups
2. Loop Output C/E
3. Print Loop O/P C/E
2. I/O SETUP
1. Remote Evacuate Mode
2. TEXT EDIT
1. EDIT COMPANY NAME
2. EDIT Device TEXT
Windows-based PC Programming
Windows-based PC programming
package for panel set up, zones, text,
local and network cause/effect,
Discovery mode types, sensitivity
levels and day/night timings.
Discovery Mode-change Maps
The discovery panel provides the engineer with the
facility to set a mode sensitivity map for:
• Day use - for example, less sensitive in some process
areas during working hours
•Night use - for example, maximum sensitivity throughout
entire building when not in use
•Default - ignore day/night sensitivity maps, set to XP95
equivalent
The engineer may set up each device into a day map,
and night map, and set the clock (week day or weekend
options) to switch between them
Discovery Mode-change Maps
The end user may easily select between:
•Day mode - manually holds all devices in the Day mode
setting
•Night Mode - Manually holds all devices in Night mode
setting
•Automatic - Day/Night mode determined by clock
•Off - To manually set all devices to default (XP95 equivalent)
Discovery Temporary Mode Changes
Loop outstation inputs may be configured to change
Discovery Multi-sensor modes.
Applications: •Loading Bays - As a lorry enters, smoke detection may be
temporarily disabled
•Theatre Stages - Stage hand may operate key switch to
de-activate smoke detection at performance times
•Hotel Function Rooms - Keyswitch at room entrance to
disable smoke detection during special events
•Smoke Cloak Security - Multisensor smoke elements
may be disabled when the smoke cloak is activated
Networking
• “All talk - selective listen”
• No Master panel or P.C. required and thus no
single Device of failure
• Up to 15 active panels or 60 loops may be
networked together plus an additional 17 passive
nodes
• Discovery panels, Voyager panels, network
repeaters and Alarm Manager graphics systems
• Conventional panels, extinguishant panels and other equipment
via network repeater and/or loop I/O
• Full event and cause/effect programming
across network
• RS485 data communications
• Network repeater with up to 248 programmable
inputs and 248 programmable outputs
Typical Network Illustration
RS485 comms to
panel repeaters
and expansion
cards.
Network repeater with up to
248 programmable inputs
and 248 programmable
outputs.
Discovery, and Voyager panels
may be networked together
with Network Repeaters, Alarm
Managers (Graphics) PCs.
RS485 network
comms.
Engineer’s
programming
via PC.
Network Repeater
Up to 31 8-way panel enhancement boards may be added to the Integra Network
Repeater. All inputs and outputs are programmable across the network.
Two types are available:
1) fully-programmable inputs and relay outputs
2) fully-programmable inputs and alarm outputs
The LCD provides
user and engineer
facilities. Devices
may be isolated
across the network
via this network
repeater.
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A typical application
shows the 8 way
boards linked to
fireman's controls,
LED’s, alarm
sounders and plant
shut down.
Alarm Manager
This is a mouse or touchscreen driven system that
does not require keyboard
after set-up.
The drawings are inserted
as bitmaps and may be
copied from CAD and
edited within Windows.
The event priority and
thus its display colour
are determined by the
nature of the event.
User controls are
configured if required
via password set-up.
Multi-level password
protection may be
configured for each type
of function.
Up to 5 map pages may
be allocated for each
individual device on the
network (4 allocated
here). Map pages may be
used for drawings or
specific instructions as
required.
The Alarm Manager
(graphics system) may be
individually tailored to
customer’s requirements
and is configured with
password protection.
The site procedure
pages give user
instructions for each
type of event.
Instantly
accessible current
event log.
Typical Radio Pager Configuration
The radio pager system,
when connected to the
control panel, can be used to
transmit both text and
numeric messages direct to
pocket pagers.
Pagers will display Fire /
Fault conditions including
Sensor location text. Up to
9,999 pagers can be
connected to system.
Connection to panel
(printer or PC port,
dependent upon panel).
Transmitter
Interface board
Opto isolator
XP95 Test Tool
The XP95 Test Tool is an engineer’s tool to assist with commissioning
and fault finding on XP95 loop systems.
Loop configurations and the status of each device may be interrogated,
device LEDs may be turned on/off. The test tool may be connected to
an entire loop without the panel connected or connected to individual
devices around the circuit.
Alpha-numeric
LCD display.
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Sockets for flying leads to
connect to loop and/or
individual XP95 devices.
Battery charger
socket.
On/off switch and LED
indication.
Engineer’s
keypad.
More About Programming
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upload/download PC software package click
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