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Documentation Availability Note
For additional documentation including documents in languages other than English, see this
CD (shipped with the FPA-1000 Fire Panel).
Para obtener documentación adicional, incluyendo los documentos en idiomas distintos del
Inglés, vea este CD (incluido con la central de incendios FPA-1000).
Para obter documentação adicional incluindo documentos em outros idiomas além do
Inglês, consulte este CD (fornecido com o Painel de Incêndio FPA-1000).
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Table of Contents
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Safety
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1.1
General
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1.2
Disclaimer
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1.2.1
Disclaimer According to the GNU General Product Licence
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1.2.2
Disclaimer According to the GNU Library General Product Licence
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2
System Overview
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Planning
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3.1
General considerations
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3.2
Ground Fault Detection
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3.3
Port supervision
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Installation
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4.1
General considerations
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4.2
Mounting
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Connection
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5.1
General considerations
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5.2
Class A connections
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Technical Data
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6.1
Common parameters of all three networking cards
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6.1.1
Environmental
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6.1.2
Mechanical
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6.2
FPE-1000-NE Ethernet Networking Card parameters
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6.2.1
Electrical
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6.3
FPE-1000-NF Fiber Optic Networking Card parameters
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6.3.1
Electrical
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6.4
FPE-1000-NW Wired Networking Card parameters
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6.4.1
Electrical
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Safety
1.1
General
DANGER!
Fire panels are Life safety devices. Only trained personnel should install and program these
panels!
Any panel in a network can control all other panels in the network (e.g. silencing an alarm or
resetting the system). Access to panels should be restricted to properly trained personnel.
Use these instructions to install FPE-1000 Networking Cards in FPA-1000 Analog Addressable
Fire Panels.
1.
Install, test, and maintain the networking cards and the FPA-1000 panels according to
these instructions, NFPA 72, local codes, and the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
2.
Follow the procedures in this document to avoid personal injury and damage to the
equipment. Failure to follow these procedures can cause improper operation of the fire
panel and/or network. Bosch is not responsible for improperly installed, tested, or
maintained devices.
3.
Failure to follow the mounting instructions in this document can damage the fire panel.
For detailed wiring style requirements and complete programming instructions, see the
FPA-1000 Installation and Operation Guide.
1.2
Disclaimer
NOTICE!
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. has tested and approved the FPA-1000 Analog Addressable Fire
Panels and associated Netwotrking Cards including the system and card software. The system
must only be operated with the software included in the product delivery or with authorized
software upgrades (downloadable from the official Bosch homepage). Bosch cannot be held
responsible if devices are operated with any modified software or software from other
sources.
1.2.1
Disclaimer According to the GNU General Product Licence
NO WARRANTY
BECAUSE THE PROGRAM IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE
PROGRAM, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE
STATED IN WRITING THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND/OR OTHER PARTIES PROVIDE THE
PROGRAM "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND
PERFORMANCE OF THE PROGRAM IS WITH YOU. SHOULD THE PROGRAM PROVE
DEFECTIVE, YOU ASSUME THE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR
CORRECTION.
IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN WRITING WILL ANY
COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MAY MODIFY AND/OR REDISTRIBUTE THE
PROGRAM AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA OR
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OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH
HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
1.2.2
Disclaimer According to the GNU Library General Product Licence
NO WARRANTY
BECAUSE THE LIBRARY IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE
LIBRARY, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE
STATED IN WRITING THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND/OR OTHER PARTIES PROVIDE THE
LIBRARY "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND
PERFORMANCE OF THE LIBRARY IS WITH YOU. SHOULD THE LIBRARY PROVE DEFECTIVE,
YOU ASSUME THE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.
IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN WRITING WILL ANY
COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MAY MODIFY AND/OR REDISTRIBUTE THE
LIBRARY AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OR INABILITY TO USE THE LIBRARY (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA OR
DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES
OR A FAILURE OF THE LIBRARY TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER SOFTWARE), EVEN IF SUCH
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System Overview
The FPA-1000 Analog Addressable Fire Panels are advanced analog addressable control
panels for small to large facilities in residential, commercial or public building applications.
Optional networking cards allow multiple panels to be interconnected into a networked
system. The network acts as if it were a single panel for purposes of communication. In other
words, an alarm signal received by any panel in the network is communicated to all the panels
in the network.
Based on communication connection mode, there are three types of networking cards
available:
Type Number
Description
FPE-1000-NE
Ethernet Networking Card
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FPE-1000-NF
3 Ethernet ports
Connection Mode
Maximum Distance
CAT 5 minimum
328 ft (100 m)
Fiber Optic Networking Card
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1 Ethernet port
CAT 5 minimum
328 ft (100 m)
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2 fiber optic ports
multi-mode fiber optic,
10 dB loss or
LC connector,62.5 μm/125 μm 6560 ft (2000 m)
fiber size, 1300 nm (1270 nm
to 1380 nm) wavelength
FPE-1000-NW
Wired Networking Card
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1 Ethernet port
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2 wired ports
CAT 5 minimum
328 ft (100 m)
14 AWG (1.6 mm) to 18 AWG
3280 ft (1000 m)
(1.02 mm), plain or twisted
pair wire (shielded or
unshielded)
Table 2.1 Networking Card Types
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Planning
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If the panel is to be used in a networked system, be careful to plan properly before installing
any panels. Check:
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whether the networked panels will be installed near each other or distributed over a
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whether or not any of the networked panels will be in different buildings
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the types and numbers of Networking Cards needed
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interconnection requirements, including the maximum allowable cable lengths which
wider area
depend on the intended interconnection method (Ethernet, fiber optic cable, or wire).
For each panel, be careful to plan properly before installing any devices. Check:
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the compatibility and number of devices to be connected
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the battery capacity needed
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the wiring requirements, including the maximum allowed cable length
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the installation requirements according to this Installation and Operation Guide,NFPA 72,
Local Codes and the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
3.2
Ground Fault Detection
Each networking card has a specific terminal or terminals that are Ground Fault Detection
enabled. As indicated by the checked boxes in the following table, Port 1 on all three
networking cards is ground fault enabled; as is Port 3 on the wired card (FPE-1000-NW).
Port
-NE
-NF
1
Ethernet IN
Ethernet IN
Wired IN
2
Ethernet OUT
Fiber IN
Wired OUT
3
Ethernet
Fiber OUT
Ethernet IN
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Network Port Identification
For Ground Fault Detection to work properly, one and only one end of a communication
connection (cable) joining two networking cards must be Ground Fault Detection enabled. To
facilitate this, the wired card (FPE-1000-NW) and the fiber optics card (FPE-1000-NF) each
have a jumper located near the back of the Ethernet IN port (Port 1 on the wired card and
Port 3 on the fiber optic card). This jumper allows Ground Fault Detection to be disabled for
this port. Recommended communication connection practice is to come out of one card and
in on the next. In cases where you are switching from a wired or fber optic card to a different
type of card, you must use the Ethernet port which should be OUT not IN which is the default.
Move the jumper on this card so that Ground Fault Detection is disabled at this end of the
connection (making it an Ethernet OUT). Remove the jumper from both pins and replace it on
only one pin so that it does not get misplaced in case Ground Fault Detection needs to be reenabled later.
3.3
Port supervision
Each peer-to-peer connection (cable) connected to a networking card port used for panel-topanel communication must be supervised. This supervision is selected by programming.
For programming information, follow the panel programming instructions in the FPA-1000
Network Quick Installation Guide, or see Keypad Operation and Programming, Programming or
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Browser-based Operation and Programming, Networking in the FPA-1000 Installation and
Operation Guide.
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CAUTION!
Electrostatic discharge!
Ground yourself using a wrist strap or take other suitable actions.
The FPA-1000 circuit boards have static-sensitive components that could become damaged.
Run the ground wire to the enclosure before handling these circuit boards. Touch ground
before unpacking and handling the circuit boards. This discharges any static electricity in your
body. Continue touching the enclosure while installing the circuit boards.
DANGER!
Before installing the networking card, remove all AC and battery power from the fire panel.
4.2
Mounting
The main board allows for the installation of one networking card.
1.
Position the networking card along the bottom of the mainboard keypad with the
connections aligned with the slot.
2.
Press down softly until the snap-fit hook locks into place ensuring that the connections
seat into the slot properly.
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AC IN
Fire Alarm
Gas Alarm
Power
Supervisory
Silenced
Trouble
DRILL
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RESET
SILENCE
ACK
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A↔a
- BATT +
RELAY1
RELAY2
RELAY3
ETHERNET
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2
Figure 4.1 Mounting a Networking Card
1
Networking Card
2
Connectors and slot
3
Snap-fit hook
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Connection
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NOTICE!
All wiring except the battery terminal and primary AC power is power-limited. Phone lines are
also generally considered to be nonpower-limited.
Power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must remain separated in the cabinet by at
least 0.25 in. (64 mm) and must enter and exit from the cabinet through different knockouts
or conduits. Phone lines are generally considered to be nonpower-limited, so the cables for
networking cards should not be run through the same knockout as the phone lines.
Avoid shielded or twisted-pair wire except for special applications where a reduced length of
wiring (roughly 50%) is acceptable for tolerating a harsh electrical environment. Consider
fiber optics for these applications.
A network group can be connected as Class A Style 7 or Class B Style 4. Class A configuration
is recommended because this allows the panels in a network to communicate with each
other, ensuring circuit operation in the event of a single break in the wiring.
The following table lists the trouble conditions that result when a fault exists on the network
(SLC according to UL 864).
Type of Fault
Class B Style 4
Class A Style 7
Single Open
Trouble
Alarm, Trouble
Single Ground
Alarm, Trouble (ground)
Alarm, Trouble (ground)
Short
Trouble
Alarm, Trouble
Short and open
Trouble
Trouble
Short and ground
Trouble
Alarm, Trouble
Open and ground
Trouble
Alarm, Trouble
Communication loss
Trouble
Trouble
Trouble = The control panel will indicate a trouble condition for this type of fault.
Alarm = The control panel must be able to process an alarm input signal in the presence of
this type of fault.
Table 5.1
5.2
Network Trouble Conditions
Class A connections
In a Class A loop, the FPE-1000-NW Wired Networking Card must be wired accoring to the
following table:
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Specifications Class A Style 7
FPE-1000-NW
Wired OUT+/-
Terminals used for outgoing loop
Wired IN+/-
Terminals used for return loop
Table 5.2 Specifications SLC Terminals Class A Style 7
Additional notes regarding Class A Style 7:
1.
No T-taps allowed on Class A Style 7 network wiring.
2.
The return side of the loop must be routed separately from the outgoing loop.
3.
The return side must not share the same conduit or cable as the outgoing side of the
loop.
4.
Refer to NFPA 72 for additional requirements of Class A circuits.
Figure 5.1 Network Connections Example
Legend
1
Wire to Wire connection
2
Wire to Ethernet connection
3
Ethernet to Fiber Optic connection
4
Fiber Optic to Fiber Optic connection
5
Class A connection (Ethernet to Ethernet in this example)
NOTICE!
The network does not require an EOL resistor.
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Technical Data
6.1
Common parameters of all three networking cards
6.1.1
Environmental
6.1.2
Environment:
Indoor, dry
Relative humidity:
5% to 93%, non-condensing
Temperature (operating):
0°C to +49°C (+32°F to +120°F)
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Mechanical
Dimensions:
6.16 in. x 2.87 in. 1.20 in. (156.5 mm x 73 mm x 30.5 mm)
Weight:
3.13 oz (88.8 g)
Indicators
Data communication:
Yellow LED, one per port
Link status:
Green LED, one per port
Power indication:
Green LED, one per board
6.2
FPE-1000-NE Ethernet Networking Card parameters
6.2.1
Electrical
Power supply:
+20 VDC to +28 VDC from panel
Power consumption:
120 mA maximum
6.3
FPE-1000-NF Fiber Optic Networking Card parameters
6.3.1
Electrical
Power supply:
+20 VDC to +28 VDC from panel
Power consumption:
200 mA maximum
6.4
FPE-1000-NW Wired Networking Card parameters
6.4.1
Electrical
Power supply:
+20 VDC to +28 VDC from panel
Power consumption:
310 mA maximum
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