Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s PLUS ZoneSense SYSTE M STATU S P O WER POWER FAULT SYSTEM FAULT EARTH FAULT ALARMS STATUS FIRE FIRE OUTPUT STATUS ZONE 1 FAULT OUPUT STATUS ZONE 5 ZONE 2 ANCILLARY OUTPUT DISABLED TEST ZONE 6 ZONE 3 AMPAC ZONE 7 ZONE 4 FIRE OUTPUT ON SYSTEM IS NORMAL ZONE 8 FAULT / DISABLED/TEST N ORMAL DELAY ACTIVE ALARMS FI RE FAULT DISABLED OVERRIDE SI LENCE R ESO UND SILENCE BUZZER R ESET EVACUATE ENABLE M ENU I E NTE R CANCEL Fire Alarm Control Panel E EN N5544 22 & & 44 11999977 “Our aim is to provide ‘ Consistently Excellent Service ’ in the eyes of our customers” MAN 2512 Rev: October 2005 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Table of Contents 1 About This Manual............................................................................................... 2 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2 Internal Communications Connector (RS485).................................................4 Programming ......................................................................................................4 Installation and Wiring of Add On Cards and Boards ...................................... 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 5 Communications ................................................................................................3 Adding Control and Monitoring Facilities ......................................................... 4 3.1 3.2 4 Purpose ...............................................................................................................2 Scope ...................................................................................................................2 References ..........................................................................................................2 PCB Removal / Replacement.............................................................................3 Wiring to the Main Card BRD25MCB ................................................................. 3 2.1 3 Page No. Address Setting and Terminating the Communications Bus ........................5 Input Board BRD25SIPB ....................................................................................6 Relay Board BRD25EWRB.................................................................................6 Fire Fan Module BRD25FCB..............................................................................7 Fan Termination Board BRD25FTB ..................................................................8 General Indicator Card BRD25GIB -A...............................................................8 Switch and Indicator Card BRD25GIB - B ........................................................9 Zone Mimic Indicator Card ( Int. Pwr. ) BRD25GIB -C.....................................9 Zone Mimic Indicator Card ( Externally Powered. ) BRD25GIB -C ..............10 LED Annunciator Master ( LAM ) BRD25GIB - E ...........................................10 Sounder Board BRD25SOPB -A......................................................................11 Agent Release .................................................................................................... 11 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Operation...........................................................................................................11 Agent Release Module BRD25ARB - A...........................................................14 Local Control Station BRD25ARB - B.............................................................15 Common Agent Release Module and Local Control Station Indicators .....16 Agent Release Termination Board BRD25ATB .............................................17 Interface Wiring ................................................................................................18 6 Appendix: Adding to the System Menu & Programming ............................... 20 7 Status and Programming Screens ................................................................... 22 7.1 7.2 7.3 Level 1 to 3 Status Screens .............................................................................22 Level 3 System Programming .........................................................................23 Level 3 Programming Menu.............................................................................24 Page 1 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 1 About This Manual 1.1 Purpose This manual is an instructional tool for the installation and commissioning, of add on ancillary cards, modules and boards that can be fitted to the ZoneSense PLUS Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) and should be read in conjunction with the main Installation and Commissioning Manual. 1.2 Scope The information within this manual is only available to and for the use of personnel engaged in the installation and operation of the ZoneSense PLUS FACP. ZoneSense PLUS has been designed to comply with major world standards. To ensure these standards are not compromised in any way installation staff and operators should; 1. be qualified and trained for the task/s they undertake; 2. be aware this manual should be read prior to the installation and commissioning of the ZoneSense PLUS FACP; 3. observe anti-static pre-cautions at all times; and 4. if a problem is encountered or there is any doubt with respect to the operational parameters of the installation the supplier should be contacted. 1.3 References ZoneSense PLUS Technical Manual ZoneSense PLUS Operation & Programming Manual ZoneSense PLUS Installation and Commissioning Manual Apollo Detector / Device Manuals Ampac Product Data Sheets British Standard EN54 Parts 2 & 4 European Standard BS 5839 SY STEM STATUS PO WE R POWER FAULT SYSTEM FAULT ANCILLARY OUTPUT DI SABLED ALARMS/FAULT DISABLED FIRE ZO NE 1 ZO NE 5 Z ONE 2 TEST Z ONE 6 ZONE 3 EARTH FAULT FAULT OUPUT FAULT/DISABLED FI RE OUTPUT ON FI RE PUTPUT FAULT/ DISABLED AMPAC ZO NE 7 ZONE 4 SYSTEM IS NORMAL ZON E 8 FAULT / DISABLED/TEST NORMAL DELAY ALARMS FIRE FAULT OVERRI DE SI LENCE RES OUND SILENCE BUZZER RE SET DI SABLED EVACUATE ENABLE MENU I EN TE R CA NCEL Figure 1: Examples of the ABS, Metal Cabinet and Metal Cabinet with Battery Box Page: 2 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 1.4 PCB Removal / Replacement If the PCB’s have to be removed the following precautions should be observed; 2 Note: 1. Removing the door will provide better access to the boards and ensure the hinges are not accidentally stressed. 2. Personal anti- static procedures must be followed. 3. When disconnecting the telecom style connecting cable from the PCB, make sure that the cable remains connected to at least one board to prevent it being misplaced. Care should be taken when detaching this connector as it is necessary to depress the Connector small locking tab to unlock the connector from its Push Tab Inwards base. To reconnect the cable the connector must first and Gently Pull be correctly aligned then pushed into the socket so it the Connector locks into position. From the Socket 4. Carefully remove the retaining screws at each corner of the board taking care not to damage any of the components. 5. Place each board into anti- static storage once removed. Wiring to the Main Card BRD25MCB 2.1 Communications External Communications Terminals (RS485) TB2 1, 2 & 3 The RS 485 output drives the remote cards and mimics up to a distance of 1.2km from the panel itself. The external cabling (2x2 shielded pair plus power) is wired to TB2 +, - and earth. Note: If a fault occurs on the communications line the common FAULT and SYSTEM FAULT LED’S will be illuminated. The fault details can be displayed by selecting the Faults Menu. Remote Cards The number of cards that can be installed on the external communications bus are: ± 8 x Remote LED Mimics. ± 1 x 8 Way Remote Relay Output Board. This board provides 8 sets of normally open (NO), normally closed ( NC ) and Common ( C ) voltage free contacts rated at 1A @ 30V. Main Card Comms Link K1 K1 MUST be inserted when only the front door panel cards and the Main Card are used as an FACP. If this is not the case and TB2 is cabled to LED mimics and / or 8 Way Remote Relay Boards a link is inserted in the last board to complete the communication circuit or if boards are mounted on the back pan and communications are wired from the Main Card then the last board in this chain MUST be terminated. Shield To LED Mimics and/or Remote Relay Boards K1 Note: the shield is wired to + - RS485 TB2 Figure 2: Wiring Detail Page: 3 Inputs Comms Link Top Left Hand Corner of the Main Board Class Change I/P Alert I/P Spare I/P Comms SP C/C ALT Com 1 TB3 2 3 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 3 Adding Control and Monitoring Facilities A combination of one of each type of board / card, but not all of them, can be mounted on the back pan or the front panel of the FACP to provide additional features to a standard panel. All board inputs or outputs are programmable to any combination of zones. ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± Relay Board, BRD25EWRB –A or with a change of on board components it can also be installed remotely on the external communications bus as a Remote Relay Board BRD25EWRB -B Input Board BRD25SIPB -. Sounder Board BRD25SOPB. Brigade Interface Board BRD25BBA. Fire Fan Module consists of a Termination Board ( BRD25FTB and front panel card BRD25FCB -. Agent Release Module consists of a Termination Board ( BRD25ATB ), front panel card ( BRD25ARB–A ) and if required a remote local control station (BRD25ARB–B). General Indicator Card. BRD25GIB -A Switch and Indicator Card BRD25GIBA Zone Mimic Indicator Card ( Internal Power ) BRD25GIB -C Zone Mimic Indicator Card (External Power normally remote) BRD25GIB -D Note: To add or remove Cards from the FACP programming go to the SYSTEM Menu. 3.1 Internal Communications Connector (RS485) PCB mounted connectors provide serial communications to internal ancillary boards. CN9 on the Main Card cables to CN1 or 2 on the front panel boards and CN5 on the Main Card cables to CN1 or 2 on the back pan boards 3.2 Programming Refer to the Operation and Programming Manual to program the above options into the FACP. Note: The Configuration label should be updated once the panel has been upgraded. 4 Installation and Wiring of Add On Cards and Boards CAB1911 TO MAINS EARTH BUS 3 CN1 CAB2200 CN2 POWER CAB2200 OTIONAL BRIGADE BOARD CN2 CN1 CN10 A BATT BOX IS REQ IF THESE BRDS ARE FITTED C N4 C N3 CN1 CN9 BUS 1 0V +27V BUS 2 CN5 CN8 OPTIONAL BOARDS AGENT TERMINATION RELAY FAN TERMINATION INPUT SOUNDER TERMINATION CAB1905 MAIN CONTROL CARD PSU1887 CN2 0V +27V CN6 +27V CN3 CN4 0V T B1-TB5 POWER CN1 CN2 CN2 CN1 CN1 N/0 C OM N/C ALARM 1 N/0 C OM N/C FAULT N/0 COM N/C ISOLATE N/0 C OM N/C BATT FAIL N/0 COM ALARM 2 N/C CN2 CN1 OPTIONAL CARDS AGENT RELEASE FAN CONTROL GENERAL INDICATOR CN1 CAB2200 CN2 POWER 0V +27V CN4 C N3 CAB2200 OPTIONAL BOARDS AGENT TERMINATION RELAY FAN TERMINATION INPUT SOUNDER TERMINATION A BATT BOX IS REQ IF THESE BRDS ARE FITTED CN1 CN2 POWER OPTIONAL CARDS AGENT RELEASE FAN CONTROL GENERAL INDICATOR 0V +27V CN2 C N3 C N4 OPTIONAL BOARDS AGENT TERMINATION RELAY FAN TERMINATION INPUT SOUNDER TERMINATION A BATT BOX IS REQ IF THESE BRDS ARE FITTED CAB2117 CAB1905 CAB1902 BOARD IDENTIFIERS: BRD25ARB PCB0783 BRD25ATB PCB0787 BRD25BBA PCB0779 BRD25EWRB PCB0770 BRD25FCB PCB0783 BRD25FTB PCB0780 +27v Power fitted when Relay or Termination Boards are fitted (AGENT RELEASE MODULE) (AGENT TERMINATION BOARD) (BRIGADE BOARD) (8 WAY RELAY BOARD) (FIRE FAN MODULE ) (FAN TERMINATION BOARD) BRD25GIB PCB0781 BRD25MCB PCB0769 BRD25PSU PCB0813 BRD25SIPB PCB0778 BRD25SOPB PCB0772 (GENERAL INDICATOR CARD) (MAIN CONTROL CARD) (POWER SUPPLY UNIT) (SINGLE INPUT BOARD) (SOUNDER OUTPUT BOARD) CAB1925 to Batteries Figure 3: Typical Wiring, Ancillary Card and Board Positioning Within the ABS FACP Page: 4 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 4.1 Address Setting and Terminating the Communications Bus Address Setting ( SW1 ) Except for the LED Mimics in ZoneSense PLUS FACP’s there can only be one (1) Board / Card of each type so the address on each board is set to 1. Note: There can be up to 8 remote LED Mimics so the address of each is set from 1-8 depending on the number Mimics in the system. The information displayed at each location will be identical. DIL Switch: ON = 1, OFF = 0 Address 1234 Address 01 1000 05 02 0100 06 03 1100 07 04 0010 08 On 1234 1010 0110 1110 0001 1 2 3 4 Figure 4:Address Table & Example of Switch ( SW1 ) Set to 1 Terminating the Communications Bus LK1 is the EOL Link and must be inserted on the last board on each communications bus. If not, a communications fault can occur. RS485 + - Front Panel Card 1 CN9 Front Panel Card 2 Note: If Backpan boards AND remote facilities are fitted the front panel cards are not terminated BUS 1 ( B1 ) K1 Fit K1 if only the Main Control Card is used as the FACP or 1 Bus is used Backpan BRD 1 CN5 Backpan BRD 2 BUS 2 ( B2 ) INSERT LK1 ( Link 2 in Table below ) Fit LK1 to last LCS BUS 4 ( B 4) To TB1 Agent Termination Board TB2 LCS 1 LCS 2 INSERT LK1 If Agent Release is fitted to the FACP there will be an Agent Termination Board mounted on the Backpan. Local Control Stations can then be fitted at some location remote from the FACP. These LCS's communicate with the ATB via a second RS485 bus hence the last LCS in the chain will have to be terminated Remote Card 2 Remote Card 1 Shield INSERT ( Link 1 in Table below ) LK1 INSERT ( Link 3 in Table below ) LK1 BUS 3 ( B 3) Figure 5: RS485 Communication Bus Terminating Linking Table Link Bus Configuration B1 B1,2 X & K1 X 1 X 2 3 B1,3 X B1,2,3 B,2 B2,3 B3 X X X & K1 X X X & K1 X X = Insert Link B1: Bus 1 to Front Panel Cards B2: Bus 2 to Backpan Boards B3: Bus 3 to Remote facilities B4: Bus 4 Local Control Station cabled to the backpan Agent Release Board. Note: Programming and the communication process allows the Main Card to identify the type of board it is communicating with. Page: 5 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 4.2 Input Board BRD25SIPB Description The Input Board makes provision for 16 voltage free contacts to be terminated to 16 optically coupled inputs. Its application is primarily for the monitoring of controlled ancillary equipment or to initiate an action / event due to a change of state from what is accepted as the norm. Connectors CN1 Is designated as the input Comms . CN2 Is designated as the output Comms to the next board. CN3 27 Volts into the Board. Quiescent Current: 2.6mA CN4 27 Volts to the next Board unless it is the last board in the chain then it is left empty. Terminal Blocks TB 2 – 9 Taking note of the Common 0v terminals connect the voltage free contacts as shown below. Note: only the first 8 are functionally programmable in ZoneSense PLUS SW1 There can only be 1 Input Board so the address on each board is set to 1. LK1 Is the EOL Link and is inserted should the board be the last in the chain. If not inserted on the last board the Main Card will initiate a communications fault. = 0 Volts 16 Inputs are Voltage Free Contacts 8 = Input 0V INPUTS 2 3 1 TB2 4 0V TB3 INPUTS 6 7 5 TB4 0V 8 TB5 9 INPUTS 10 11 TB6 12 0V 13 TB7 INPUTS 14 15 TB8 16 0V TB9 16 Inputs are Voltage Free Contacts Inputs 0V TB2 TB3 2 1 3 Inputs 0V TB4 4 5 0V TB5 6 Inputs 0V TB7 TB8 9 10 11 1 2 8 7 Inputs TB6 TB9 0V 13 14 15 16 #1. 27 Volts In from CN10 on the Main Card or CN4 of the previous internal board. 27V In #2. Select an appropriate length cable from those supplied to connect Comms & 27V. CN1 RS485 Control In From CN2 of the Previous Board or CN5 of the Main Card CN2 RS485 Control Out to Next Board or Link 1 EOL is Applied + - LK1 EOL Termination CN3 ON CN4 Address SW SET to 1 ON 1 2 3 4 27V To CN3 of Next Board S W1 Note: Only the first 8 Voltage Free Contacts are functionally programable. The second 8 can be used to independently drive LEDs 8 to 16 on the General Indicator Board. Figure 6: Typical Input Wiring and Board Layout 4.3 Relay Board BRD25EWRB Relay Board ( Internal ) BRD25EWRB -A The Relay Board has provision for 8 X 1 Amp voltage free change over contacts for control or monitoring purposes. Communication and control cabling is the same as all other internal boards. Quiescent Current: 2.4mA O/P 1 COM N/0 N/C TB1 N/0 = Normally Open COM = Common N/C = Normally Closed O/P 2 O/P 3 N/0 COM N/C TB2 N/0 COM N/C TB3 O/P 1 N/0 COM N/C TB1 N/0 O/P 4 COM N/C TB4 N/0 O/P 5 COM N/C TB5 N/0 O/P 6 COM N/C TB6 N/0 O/P 7 COM N/C TB7 N/0 O/P 8 COM #1. 27 Volts In from CN10 on the Main Card or CN4 of the previous internal board. 27V In #2. Select an appropriate length cable from those supplied to connect Comms & 27V. Figure 7: Board Layout Page: 6 O/P 2 COM N/C TB2 N/0 O/P 3 COM N/C TB3 N/0 O/P 4 COM N/C TB4 N/0 O/P 5 COM N/C TB5 N/0 O/P 6 COM N/C TB6 N/0 O/P 7 COM N/C TB7 O/P 8 N/0 COM RS485 Control In From CN2 of the Previous Board or CN5 of the Main Card CN2 RS485 Control Out to Next Board or Link 1 EOL is Applied + - LK1 EOL Termination C N3 N/C TB8 CN1 N/C TB8 N/0 Address SW SET to 1 SW1 ON C N4 27V To CN3 of Next Board 1 2 3 4 ON Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Relay Board ( Remote ) BRD25EWRB - B Note#2: In a system there can only be either a remote OR an internal board, not both. COM N/C O/P 2 N/0 TB1 COM N/C N/0 TB2 O/P 3 COM N/C N/0 TB3 O/P 4 COM N/C O/P 5 N/0 TB4 COM N/C N/0 TB5 O/P 6 N/C COM TB6 N/0 O/P 7 N/C COM TB7 N/0 O/P 8 COM N/C TB8 rev.1 O/P 1 N/0 C /// C RL3 NO NC /// RL2 NO NC C RL1 /// Contact Legend: N/O = Normally Open N/C = Normally Closed C = Common NO NC TB1-TB8 C Note#1: This version can be powered from the panel or an external 27 volt source due to the on board switched mode supply. Quiescent Current of both boards is 16mA M10 In the remote version the Comms In and Out Terminal Block TB9 is cabled to the RS 485 Comms terminal block TB3 on the Main Card 302 – 7690 or LED Mimic and can be installed up to 1.2kms from the FACP. C RL6 C RL7 RL8 /// /// /// /// NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC RL5 RL4 U6 EOL Termination C /// EC3AW HY1 C U5 U4 LK1 TB10 SW1 TB9 ON U3 X1 CN3 U1 U2 CH4 1 2 3 4 0V +27VDC +27VDC 0V A EXTERNAL POWER 27V In B COM A B Address SW COM COMMS IN / OUT To TB3 on the Main Card and/or LED Mimic Out Figure 8: Remote Relay Board Layout 4.4 Fire Fan Module BRD25FCB The Fire Fan Module has four ( 4 ) separate fan controls each having an On, Auto and Off function switch and a set of three (3) monitoring LED’s. The LED’s indicate the status of the equipment eg. Run, Fault or Stop. The two ( 2 ) arrow head keys are used to step up and / or down through the three ( 3 ) conditions. A slip in label can also be inserted into the hinged cover for identification purposes. Quiescent Current: 13.5mA Card & PCB Securing Tabs ( Top & Bottom ) PCB P la s t ic WINDOWS FOR SLIP IN LABELS Cli p In C N 1 La be l WINDOWS In ON C N 2 Top Front Card & PCB Securing Clips Out K2 Termination Link Address Switch Set to 1 CN1: Communications & 27V IN from CN2 off the previous Front Panel Card or CN9 on the Main Card Slip In Label Clip On Plastic Surround ( Push down here and pull out to remove and insert labels ) 1 2 3 4 Cle ar CN2: Communications & 27V OUT to Next Front Panel Card. If Unsed the Termination Link Must be Inserted. Lettering on slip in labels must be at least 5mm in height. Figure 9: Fire Fan Module Front Panel Page: 7 Bottom Front Card & PCB Securing Clips Figure 10: Fire Fan Module PCB Layout Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 4.5 Fan Termination Board BRD25FTB The Fan Termination Board interfaces between the Fire Fan Module and the plant/equipment it controls via the 24 volt 250mA Start, Stop, current limited, relay outputs and monitor inputs. Programmable monitoring of the field equipment is achieved using 0 volts as an input level to indicate run, fault and stop conditions of that equipment. Monitoring is programmed in the Function Menu for a 3, 4 or 5 Wire Start / Stop, Run, Fault, Stop & Common functions. The inputs are protected by way of resetable transorbs and resistive / capacitive networks. Quiescent Current: 6.5mA Connectors CN1 RS485 Control IN from previous board or Main Card CN2 RS485 Control OUT to next board or LK1 EOL termination is applied CN3 27 VDC IN from CN10 of the Main Card or CN4 of the previous board CN4 27 VDC OUT Terminal Blocks TB2 – 5 Are used to connect the fan control and monitoring wiring to the board. FAN 1 FAN 1 START STOP RUN FLT STOP COM FAN 2 FAN 2 START STOP RUN FLT STOP COM TB2 TB3 FAN 3 FAN 3 START STOP RUN FLT STOP COM FAN 4 FAN 4 START STOP RUN FLT STOP COM TB4 TB5 RUN STOP FAN MONITORING RUN FLT CN1 Cabling from FACP to Plant / Equipment RS485 Control Out to Next Board or Link 1 EOL is Applied +24V O/Ps CN3 CN4 POWER 0 V +27V COM FAN CONTROL SOLID STATE OR RELAY INTERFACE LK1 EOL Termination CN2 STOP START RS485 Control in from CN2 of Previous Board or CN5 of the Main Card 27V Out to Next Board if Applicable ON 27V In from CN 10 on the Main Card or CN4 of the Previous Board 1 2 3 4 SW1 Address SW INPUTS 1, 2 & 3 0V TB 2, 3, 4 or 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 11: Fan Termination Board Layout and Typical I/O Wiring 4.6 General Indicator Card BRD25GIB -A IMPORTANT Note: The Cards BRD25GIB –A, B, C and D all have a common PCB. What sets them apart from each other is not only the function they perform but how the componentry is loaded onto the card to perform that function. This Card indicates / displays the status of the inputs on the 16 Way Input Termination Board by way of Program selectable tri-coloured LED’s with its function being identified on the front panel by slip in labels. Quiescent Current: 3 to 3.5mA depending on the application Card & PCB Securing Tabs ( Top & Bottom ) PCB C N 1 Top Front Card & PCB Securing Clips Lettering on slip in labels must be at least 5mm in height. Slip In Label Address Switch Set to 1 ON 1 2 3 4 In Out CN1: Communications & 27V IN from CN2 off the previous Front Panel Card or CN9 on the Main Card Windows for Slip in Label Clip On Plastic Surround ( Push down here and pull out to remove and insert labels ) C N 2 CN2: Communications & 27V OUT to Next Front Panel Card. If Unsed the Termination Link Must be Inserted. K2 Termination Link Bottom Front Card & PCB Securing Clips Figure 12: Front Panel Card Layout Figure 13: Front Panel Card & PCB Layout Page: 8 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 4.7 Switch and Indicator Card BRD25GIB - B This Card can effectively perform 2 different functions. Firstly the indicators monitor the first 8 inputs of the 16 Way Input Termination Board while secondly the switches can be programmed to manually operate a specific relay in the system. Quiescent Current: 3.6mA C N 1 Card & PCB Securing Tabs ( Top & Bottom ) Cle ar Pla sti c PCB In La be l WINDOWS FOR SLIP WindowsIN for LABEL Slip in Label Note: As per AS 1668 lettering on any of the slip in labels must be at least 5mm in height. Clip on Plastic Surround ( Push down here and pull out to remove and insert labels ) Top Front Panel Card & PCB Securing Clips In Out CN1: Communications & 27V IN from CN2 off the previous Front Panel Card or CN9 on the Main Card Address Switch Set to 1 ON 1 2 3 4 Clip C N 2 CN2: Communications & 27V OUT to Next Front Panel Card. If Unsed the Termination Link Must be Inserted. K2 Termination Link Slip In Label Bottom Front Panel Card & PCB Securing Clips Figure 14: Front Panel Card & PCB Layout 4.8 Zone Mimic Indicator Card ( Int. Pwr. ) BRD25GIB -C The internally powered Zone Mimic Indicator Card connects to the FACP 27 volt power supply and the internal communications bus for indication control. The card provides remote visual indication of any Zone in an Alarm and / or Fault / Isolate condition. A maximum of 8 of these cards can be connected to, or daisy chained together, on any one system. Slip in labels identify the monitored Zone. The Alarm LED’s flash for an un – acknowledged alarm and are steady for acknowledged. The Fault / Isolate LED’s flash for a Fault condition and are steady if a Zone is Isolated. Quiescent Current: 14mA Card & PCB Securing Tabs ( Top & Bottom ) Isolate Alarm Fault PCB C N 1 Top Front Panel Card & PCB Securing Clips Slip in Label Lettering on slip in labels must be at least 5mm in height. Slip In Label Address Switch Set to 1 ON 1 2 3 4 In Out CN1: Communications & 27V IN from CN2 off the previous Front Panel Card or CN9 on the Main Card Windows for Clip On Plastic Surround ( Push down here and pull out to remove and insert labels ) C N 2 CN2: Communications & 27V OUT to Next Front Panel Card. If Unsed the Termination Link Must be Inserted. K2 Termination Link Bottom Front Panel Card & PCB Securing Clips Figure 15: Front Panel Card & PCB Layout Note: Except for CN1 & 2 being fitted and TB1, HY1 the Buzzer and CN6 not being fitted the underside of this card is the same as for the externally powered card. Page: 9 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 4.9 Zone Mimic Indicator Card ( Externally Powered. ) BRD25GIB -C The externally powered Zone Mimic Indicator Card operates in the same way as does the internally powered version. The only difference is that the 27 volt power supply is independent of the FACP. This card would be used when the distance involved causes a significant voltage drop such that it may effect the reliable operation of the system or the costs involved in the cable is offset by the availability of a remote 27 volt supply. Quiescent Current: 13mA ( This current applies to both cards ) TB1 RS 485 In D9 D17 D25 D18 D26 U3 X1 D2 D10 RS 485 Out U7 D3 D11 U6 D4 D12 D19 D27 D20 D28 D21 D29 U8 D5 D13 D6 D14 D22 D30 D7 D15 D23 D31 D8 D16 D24 D32 U5 U4 Buzzer Mute Input + COM 27V In + 27V Out + SW13 0V 0V U2 EC3AW Address Switch + HY1 3V3 Supply Buzzer BZ1 Termination Link K2 Figure 16: PCB Front Layout 4.10 CN6 COM 1 2 3 4 D1 + - ON U1 Figure 17: Underside of PCB LED Annunciator Master ( LAM ) BRD25GIB - E The LAM provides remote stand alone FACP status, Alarm and Fault / Isolate Indication of 8 zones. Two push buttons, Lamp Test and Silence Buzzer, provide for local testing of the indicators and buzzer while the buzzer duplicates that at the FACP. A maximum of 4 LAMs with addresses of 1 to 4 may be cabled to an FACP. CN6 Disable Alarm Fault + - Release of the Clip On Surround ( Metal Cabinet: Push down here and pull out to remove and insert label. ABS Cabinet: At the top RH cornner of the surround insert the surround removal tool between it and the front panel then slide along the surround to release) 4 4 3 3 2 1 LAM 1 Figure 18: LAM Front Panel and PCB Layout Page: 10 2 ON LAM 2 2 LAM 3 1 PWR OUT 3 4 0V ON +24V ADDRESS SWITCH 4 Slip In Label LAM 4 3 Lettering on slip in label must be at least 5mm in height. PWR IN 2 TEST POWER 0V 1 +24V LAM 1 - 4 ADDRESS SETTING 1 ALARMS STATUS FIRE OUTPUT STATUS DELAY ACTIVE RS485 OUT TO NEXT LAM ( IF APPLICABLE ) COM ON PCB ON + - Slip in Label 4 BUZZER FIRE FAULT DISABLED 3 TEST 2 LAMP SILENCE RS485 COMMS IN FROM FACP OR PREVIOUS LAM COM Windows for 1 FAULT / DISABLED FIRE BUZZER MUTE INPUT ON Card & PCB Securing Tabs ( Top & Bottom ) LK1 TERMINATION LINK LINK IS INSERTED ON THE LAST CARD IN THE CHAIN Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 4.11 Sounder Board BRD25SOPB -A The Sounder Board expands the number of sounders that can be used on an FACP to 8. Each solid state output is rated at 24VDC / 500mA. and requires a 10KΩ End of Line (EOL) resistor regardless whether or not a sounder is wired to the circuit. Quiescent Current: 5.6mA Maximum Current per Output: 500mA 27V IN To Sounders 1 to 4 + / 1 SOUNDER 2 SOUNDER 3 SOUNDER 4 - 0V 27V + SOUNDER -VE + VE + VE -VE - VE + VE + VE -VE TB2 TB3 SOUNDER 5 + VE -VE SOUNDER 6 + VE -VE SOUNDER - VE + VE TB1 7 SOUNDER 8 + VE -VE POWER DC IN 0V 27V Note: Sounder polarity MUST be observed : : : : : : : : : : C N 1 :: :: :: :: :: C N 2 To Sounders 5 to 8 + / - To Sounders 1 to 4 + / - 27V IN + TB3 To Sounders 5 to 8 + / - SOUNDER 1 -VE +VE SOUNDER 2 +VE -VE SOUNDER -VE +VE TB2 3 SOUNDER 4 +VE -VE SOUNDER 5 +VE -VE SOUNDER 6 +VE -VE SOUNDER -VE +VE TB1 7 SOUNDER 8 +VE -VE RS485 Control In From CN2 of the Previous Board or CN5 of the Main Card RS485 Control Out to Next Board or Link 1 EOL is Applied LK1 EOL Termination ON ON S W1 1 2 3 4 Address SW Figure 19: Wiring Detail & PCB Layout 5 Note: Sounder polarity MUST be observed. Agent Release Control consists of the FACP Agent Release Module and Termination Board. Should control be required at a point remote from the FACP an Agent Release Local Control Station can be incorporated . 5.1 Operation Introduction The Agent Release Module and Termination Board communicate with the FACP via the RS485 multi-drop bus. The Agent Release Local Control Station communicates only with the Termination Board via a separate RS485 bus. Up to 4 Agent Release Local Control Stations can be connected to one termination board. The Agent Release Module operates in three modes; 1. Automatic/Manual; 2. Manual Only; and 3. Disable. The mode is selected by operating the keyswitch switch on either or module. The keyswitch at the Agent Release Module is the only keyswitch with a Disable selection and has the highest priority. Hence when the keyswitch is in the Disable position all other keyswitches are ignored and the agent control system is in the Disabled mode. Next priority is Manual Only. If any keyswitch is in Manual Only (providing the keyswitch at the Agent Release Module is NOT in Disable), then the board is in the Manual Only mode. Finally, the system is in the Auto/Manual mode when all keyswitches are in Auto Manual. The pressure switch input on the termination board (which is used to confirm that the agent has been released) can be configured to accept a normally open contact, normally closed contact, or ignored. This is selected via the FACP on-site programming. Page: 11 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Disabled Mode Disabled mode is selected by placing the keyswitch at the Agent Release Module in the Disabled position. This electrically isolates the activation circuit, and results in the following: ¾ Disabled indicators at the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station are lit. ¾ Agent Release Module and Local Control Station buzzers sound. ¾ No automatic releases can be commenced. ¾ System inoperative output is activated. Note: Disabled mode can not be overridden. Manual Mode When the board is in manual mode, then the ¾ Manual Only indicators at the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station are lit ¾ No automatic release sequences can be commenced. ¾ Does not interrupt a release sequence that has started ¾ System inoperative output is activated To manually discharge the agent, the Manual Release facility at the Agent Release Module or the Local Control Station is activated. The manual release sequence is: 9 Manual Release Activated indicators are lit on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station 9 Stage 1 outputs are switch to +24VDC. 9 Stage 2 outputs are pulsed during the pre-release delay to +24VDC. 9 Start optional pre-release delay. (Selected via FACP on-site programming). 9 Upon expiration of the delay, activate the selected activation circuit and stage 2 outputs becomes steady 9 Light the agent released LED on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station when pressure switch input on the termination card is activated or immediately (depends on the pressure switch configuration). 9 FACP to activate the FIRE output and light the FIRE LED The discharge sequence can be interrupted by the activation of the Hold input. Activation of the Hold input prevents the release of the agent. When the Hold switch is released, the pre-release delay is restarted. While the Hold input is activated, the stage 2 output is switched off, and the buzzer will sound. Auto/Manual Mode In this mode, automatic and manual discharge is possible. For manual discharge see above. The automatic discharge sequence is initiated when one or two zones go into alarm. With single zone alarm activation the following discharge sequence is executed. 9 Auto Activation indicator is lit on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station 9 Stage 1 outputs are switched to +24VDC 9 Stage 2 outputs are pulsed during the pre-release delay to +24VDC 9 Start optional pre-release delay (Selected via FACP on-site programming). 9 Upon expiration of the delay, activate the selected activation circuit and stage 2 outputs becomes steady. 9 If configured light the agent released LED on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station when pressure switch input on the termination board is activated. 9 FACP to activate the FIRE output and illuminate the FIRE LED. 9 The operation of the Hold switch is as per the manual release With dual zone activation, if the first zone goes into alarm, then the following steps are followed; 9 Flash the auto release activated LED at the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station 9 Stage 1 outputs are switched to +24VDC Page: 12 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s When the second zone goes into alarm, then the following steps are followed 9 Auto release activated LED on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station goes steady 9 Stage 2 outputs are pulsed during the pre-release delay to +24VDC 9 Start optional pre-release delay. (Selected via FACP on-site programming). 9 Upon expiration of the delay, activate the selected activation circuit and stage 2 outputs becomes steady. 9 Light the Agent Released LED on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station when the pressure switch input on the termination board is activated (depends on the pressure switch configuration). 9 FACP to activate the Fire output and illuminate the Fire LED The operation of the Hold switch is as per the Manual Release. Released Condition When the agent has been released, and the pressure switch input has been activated, then the board is in the released condition. The condition is shown by: 9 Agent Released indicator is lit at the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station 9 FACP Fire output and associated indicator is On. The condition remains until reset has been activated at the FACP. It is possible, when the agent release module is in the released condition to de-activate the Stage 1 and Stage 2 outputs. This is achieved by depressing the SILENCE/RESOUND button at the FACP. This action will also silence the alarm outputs at the FACP and the sounder outputs on the 8 way sounder board (if fitted). If the SILENCE/RESOUND button is depressed again to instigate the RESOUND facility, then the stage 1 and stage 2 outputs will be re-activated (as will the onboard alarm outputs and sounder outputs on the 8 way sounder board if fitted). Lock-Off Valve When the lock-off valve is operated, the agent is blocked from reaching the release valve. When the lock-off valve is operated, the following occurs: 9 Light the Blocked Mode indicator at the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station 9 Operates the system inoperative output Fault Monitoring The sources of fault in the system are: 9 Pressure switch monitoring circuit 9 Low pressure switch monitoring circuit 9 Lock-off valve monitoring circuit 9 Activation circuit 9 Stage 1 outputs 9 Stage 2 outputs 9 Fault in the trigger zones 9 Fault with a Local Control Station Note #1: The common fault indicator on the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station is illuminated for any Fault condition. Note #2: For a pressure switch fault, low pressure switch fault, lock-off valve fault, stage 1 output fault and stage 2 output fault the FACP will signal the brigade. Note #3: When there is a fault in the activation circuit or in the trigger zones, in addition to the above, the system inoperative output is operated. Note #4: The FACP buzzer sounds for all faults and the LCD displays the type of fault. Note #5: The FACP will report the type of fault on the LCD. Page: 13 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Isolation If the trigger zones are isolated by the FACP, then the trigger zone isolated indicator at the Agent Release Module and Local Control Station is illuminated, and the system inoperative output is operated. Disablement of the Trigger Zones If the trigger zones are disabled by the FACP, then the isolate indicator at the FACP is illuminated and the system inoperative output is operated. 5.2 Agent Release Module BRD25ARB - A The Agent Release Module controls and monitors all the requirements for agent release and carries the slide in label for identification of the agent and application area. Manual Release Switch MANUAL RELEASE ACTIVATED AUTO RELEASE ACTIVATED AGENT RELEASED INITIAL AGENT RESERVE AGENT BLOCKED MODE MANUAL HOLD TRIGGER ZONE DISABLED COMMON FAULT AUTO / MANUAL MANUAL ONLY DISABLED AUTO / MANUAL AGENT SELECT PCB MANUAL ONLY DISABLED Keyswitch MANUAL HOLD M A N U A L R E L E A S E Figure 20: Exploded View of Module and Front Panel Layout Controlled Access It is a requirement that control be secured from unauthorised use. For this reason a key switch has been included in the control process. AUTO / MANUAL MANUAL ONLY DISABLED Disabled, Manual Only, Auto/Manual Keyswitch In disabled mode the selected activation circuit is electrically isolated from the activation device, and the agent can not be released. In manual only mode, the agent can only be released manually, and in Auto/Manual mode the agent can be released automatically or manually. Note: The key is removable in all positions. MANUAL HOLD Manual Hold When activated, delays the discharge of the agent. When the switch is depressed during the pre-discharge delay, the delay is restarted when the switch is released. If depressed at any other time a fault is registered after a 10 second debounce time out period. AGENT SELECT Agent Select When activated, causes the selected agent to toggle between Initial and Reserve. M A N U A L R E L E A S E Manual Release When activated causes a manual release of the agent, providing the system is operative. Page: 14 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Agent Release Module PCB Layout The PCB is fitted with two 2 x RJ45 connectors CN6 & 7 for power (27VDC) and communications (RS485) for communications between the Module and the FACP Main Card. Quiescent Current: 28.5mA D3 U2 Auto Release Activated U1 D5 Manual Hold D12 D9 RS485 & +/- 27v In D13 Common Fault U4 Manual Only D14 Disabled RS485 & +/- 27v Out Address Switch K1 Termination Link 1 2 3 4 D10 D6 CN7 CN6 ON Trigger Zone U3 Disabled D11 Blocked Mode Reserve Agent Initial Agent Auto / Manual Agent Released D8 D4 X1 D7 TP9 Manual Release Activated SW2 Select Cutout CN2 CN8 Cutout Hold Manual Release Figure 21: Front Panel PCB Layout Key Switch Figure 22: Underside of the Front Panel PCB Note: If the keyswitch is not used CN2 will carry a link so as to activate the panel. 5.3 Local Control Station BRD25ARB - B Except for the agent select button, and the keyswitch only offering the Auto/Manual and Manual Only selection the Local Control Station has the same indicators and controls as the Agent Release Module. Manual Release Switch MANUAL RELEASE ACTIVATED AUTO RELEASE ACTIVATED AGENT RELEASED INITIAL AGENT RESERVE AGENT BLOCKED MODE MANUAL HOLD TRIGGER ZONE DISABLED COMMON FAULT AUTO / MANUAL MANUAL ONLY DISABLED PCB AUTO / MANUAL MANUAL Keyswitch MANUAL ONLY HOLD M A N U A L R E L E A S E Figure 23: Local Control Station Layout R E L E A S E M A N U A L Manual Release Pressing the push button starts the manual agent release sequence. This two action safety feature prevents any accidental operation of the control and should not be disabled. MANUAL HOLD Manual Hold When pressed places the system into manual mode and prevents the initiation of the automatic discharge sequence. Page: 15 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 5.4 Common Agent Release Module and Local Control Station Indicators MANUAL RELEASE ACTIVATED Manual Release Activated Red in colour. Lit when a manual agent release sequence has commenced. This can be instigated from the Agent Release Card and Local Control Station. AUTO RELEASE ACTIVATED Auto Release Activated Red in colour. Lit when a automatic agent release sequence has commenced. This occurs when the zone(s) on the FACP have gone into alarm. For dual zones, the indicator should flash when the first zone goes into alarm, and steady when the second zone goes into alarm. AGENT RELEASED Agent Released Red in colour. Lit when the pressure switch indicates the agent has been discharged. INITIAL AGENT Initial Agent Yellow in colour. Lit when the initial agent activation circuit is selected. RESERVE AGENT Reserve Agent Yellow in colour. Lit when the reserve agent activation circuit is selected. BLOCKED MODE Blocked Mode Yellow in colour. Lit when the lock-off valve has been activated. MANUAL HOLD Manual Hold Yellow in colour. Lit when a Hold button is depressed on an LCS. TRIGGER ZONE DISABLED Trigger Zone Disabled Yellow in colour. Lit when any of the trigger zones on the FACP are disabled. COMMON FAULT Common Fault Yellow in colour. Lit under pressure switch, low pressure switch, lock-off valve, activation circuit, stage 1 output, stage 2 output, Local Control Station, trigger zone(s) fault conditions. AUTO / MANUAL Auto/Manual Yellow in colour. Lit when a release sequence can be started automatically or manually. MANUAL ONLY Manual Only Green in colour. Lit when a release sequence can be started manually only. DISABLED Disabled Yellow in colour. Lit when the release sequence can not be started automatically or manually. Buzzer Buzzer is activated under programmed control. Page: 16 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Local Control Station Terminal Blocks TB1 & TB2 TB2 Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Assignment RS485 + In RS485 - In RS485 Common RS485 + Out RS485 - Out RS485 Common Interlock+ Interlock- TB1 Terminal 1 2 3 4 Assignment +27V In 0V In +27V Out 0V Out Quiescent Current: 18.5mA Local Control Station Layout The Comms line is RS485 between the Local Control Station and the Termination Board. The Interlock is a monitored input with 10KΩ EOL used to determine if air conditioning dampers and doors are closed. Typically the agent is not discharged until all dampers / doors are closed. U2 Auto Release Activated D5 Manual Hold Trigger Zone U3 Disabled CN5 + _ RS 485 IN D9 D13 + _ INTER LOCK + _ COM SW2 Address Switch HY1 + +27V In Cutout CN8 Manual Release Cutout 0V CN2 + +27V Out BUZZER BZ1 0V Key Switch TB1 Hold Figure 24: Top PCB Layout Figure 25: Bottom PCB Layout Agent Release Termination Board BRD25ATB 4K7 LCP CABLE RS485 Control In From CN2 of Previous Board RS485 Control Out to Next Board or Link 1 EOL is Applied 27V In 27V to Next Board C N 1 + PSW - TB2 NC NO Contact Rating 1A & 24V U1 N/0 COM + LOCK- + NC NO NO Contact Rating 1A & 24V C C RL1 RL2 RL4 -L - N/0 COM TB5 NO NO +L C RL5 RL6 N/0 COM - +L RELEASE MAIN + - RESV + - TB7 NO NO Contact Rating 1A & 24V COMM 10K EOL TB6 NC NC -L + NC COMM RL7 C RL3 -L +L U2 U4 EOL Termination LK1 CN3 CN4 + Contact Rating 1A & 24V COMM 10K EOL 10K EOL NC NC U3 C N 2 - TB3 TB4 STAGE2 STAGE1 + L.PSW- /// TB1 + - Outputs are Monitored GAS SYST. FIRED INOP. /// SIG+ 0VDC SCRN SIG+24VDC Monitored INPUTS 22K EOL /// 5.5 Termination Link EC3AW 3V3 POWER SUPPLY 1 2 3 4 Cutout Disabled RS 485 OUT Q2 U5 U10 Address Setting Quiescent Current:12mA ON CN5 1 2 3 4 U9 U7 SW1 Figure 26: Agent Termination Board PCB Layout Page: 17 ON D14 U4 Manual Only K1 COM Common Fault D10 D6 Auto / Manual TB2 D12 Blocked Mode Reserve Agent Initial Agent /// U1 D11 Agent Released D8 D4 X1 D7 + D3 Manual Release Activated Cutout Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s The Agent Release Termination Board interfaces to the; 1. The FACP via CN1, CN2 continuing the RS485 communications bus if required. LK1 is inserted if this is the last backpan board on the bus. 2. LCS’s ( up to 4 ) via TB1. LK1 is inserted in the last board in the RS485 Bus 3. Monitored Inputs: via TB2. ( EOL Resistance 22KΩ, Series Resistance 4K7Ω ) (a) Pressure Switch ( PSW ) agent released (b) Low Pressure Switch ( LPSW ) agent storage cylinder pressure has dropped to a predetermined level; and (c) Interlock, the manual lock-off valve has been operated. 4. Gas Fired: Output via RL2 N/O contacts rated at 1A @ 24VDC wired to TB3. Used to indicate to other monitoring devices the agent has been released. 5. System Inoperative: via RL1 N/O contacts rated at 1A @ 24VDC wired to TB4. Used to warn by way of signage / audible alarm and/or monitoring that the system is inoperative. 6. Stage 1: Output; initiates the visual and audible Fire Alarm and Evacuate warnings. (a) Monitored; via RL4 C/O contacts wired to TB5 1 & 2 ( EOL required 10KΩ ) and (b) un-monitored; via RL5 N/O contacts wired to TB5 3 & 4. 7. Stage 2: output; initiates the visual and audible Fire Alarm and Do No Enter warnings (a) Monitored; via RL6 C/O contacts wired to TB6 1 &2; ( EOL required is 10KΩ ) and (b) Un-monitored; via RL3 N/O contacts wired to TB6 3 & 4 8. Release: Main actuating circuit, monitored (10KΩ EOL required) via TB7 1 & 2 ( 2A current limited ), Release: Reserve actuating circuit, monitored (10KΩ EOL required) via TB7 3 & 4 ( 2A current limited ) (a) To Pyrogen Igniter ( max of 10 ) (b) Metron Igniters ( max of 10 – a series 2watt 18Ω resister must be added to the circuit ) (c) Solenoid valve ( max current of 2 amps & 27VDC ) Interface Wiring Monitored Inputs TB2 1 & 2 Pyrogen, This input relies on a thermal fuse used in conjunction with 22KΩ EOL and 4K7Ω series resistors. The type of agent release mechanism has to be set in the Programming Menu for the input to function as per the manufacturers specifications and be in accordance with the relevant Standard. C2 TB2 -VE Pyrogen Release Brd. 302-740 TB1 Pyrogen Canister +VE 5.6 D1 R2 R1 302-7400 17/10/00 4K7 FUSE Pyrogen Release MAIN / RESERVE Point RELEASE Termination Board C1 To TB7 MAIN or RESERVE Release 22K EOL TB2 1 Figure 27: Pyrogen Wiring Page: 18 - PSW + 2 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Solenoid & Metron This input relies on N/O or N/C relay contacts used in conjunction with 22KΩ EOL and 4K7Ω series resistors. The type of agent release mechanism and contacts used has to be set in the Programming Menu for the input to function as per the manufacturers specifications and be in accordance with the relevant Standard. Note: The PSW, LPSW & the Interlock Mechanisms are all mounted onto the top of the cylinder containing the Agent Agent Distribution 4K7 To TB7 MAIN or RESERVE Release 22K EOL 22K EOL 4K7 Termination Board + - + 22K EOL 4K7 - + - Agent MAIN / RESERVE RELEASE PSW LPSW LOCK Figure 28: Solenoid, Metron PSW, LPSW and “LOCK” Wiring LPSW & Lock These inputs are also monitored and should be wired as shown above TB3 RL2A * = MOV 35V 1 * 2 * To Monitoring Interface / Device TB4 RL1A + System Inoperative +27V Current Limited to1A 0V 1 Figure 29: Gas Fired Wiring As can be seen from above the; 0V 2 - To Sys Inop Mon Figure 30: System Inoperative Wiring Gas Fired Output can be wired to any interfacing or 1A monitoring circuit that requires a closed relay contact to indicate a change of state. This could be a relay or a solid state device. System Inoperative Outputs 27V @ 1A to supply interfacing, signage and aural alarms to indicate the system has been taken out of service or has developed a fault. Stage 1, Stage 2 Stage 1 or RL4A RL4B Stage 2 RL6A TB5 / 6 +ve 1 -ve * RL6B 2 3 RL5A RL3A The above circuitry applies to both TB5 ( Stage 1 ) and TB6 ( Stage 2 ) * * = MOV 35V 4 +(-) 1 or 2 Way Signage -(+) Agent Termination Board Relays Figure 31: Stage 1 and 2 Wiring 10K EOL To audible / visual device or interface * 0V 10K EOL TB5 = Stage 1 TB6 = Stage 2 Solenoid + - + TB7 MAIN RESV Figure 32: Agent Release Solenoid Wiring Current Generation Signage Stage 1 displays the warning sequence ie discharge of the agent is imminent while Stage 2 communicates the discharge of the agent is or has occurred DO NOT ENTER. 2nd Generation Signage Is able to display both phases of agent release. Page: 19 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 6 Appendix: Adding to the System Menu & Programming In this example 1 Input Board, 1 Relay Board and 1 Sounder Board will be added to the system. The Display and Zone Labels will then be edited. Step 1: Go to the SYSTEM MENU and then follow the procedure as set out below. ENTER MENU PASSWORD ENTER SYSTEM MENU ENTER BUZZER FACTORY DEFAULT PASSWORD IS 3333 ALARM YES / NO RESOUND YES / NO EXAMPLE SET RESOUND TO YES THEN MOVE TO ALARM EXAMPLE SETTING PASSWORD 0123 EARTH MON YES / NO MENU ENTER YES MENU ENTER UPDATE PROGRAM MOVE TO ALARM YES / NO PASSWORD 0000 BRIGADE NO NO BRIGADE INTERFACE BOARD INSTALLED EXAMPLE OF SETTING THE SYSTEM MENU IF A RELAY BOARD IS INSTALLED PASSWORD 0100 PASSWORD 0120 MENU ENTER RELAYS YES IF THESE 4 OPTIONS ARE NOT SET TO YES THEY WILL NOT APPEAR IN THE TEST MENU FIRE FAN NO PASSWORD 0123 AGENT NO MENU ENTER MENU Y E S ENTER UPDATE PROGRAM NO FIRE FAN MODULE INSTALLED NO AGENT RELEASE MODULE INSTALLED EXAMPLE OF SETTING THE SYSTEM MENU IF A SOUNDER BOARD IS INSTALLED PASSWORD ACCEPTED SOUNDERS YES MENU Y E S ENTER UPDATE PROGRAM SYSTEM MENU ENTER INDICATE NO NO INDICATOR CARD INSTALLED SW INDIC NO NO SWITCH & INDICATOR CARD INSTALLED CANCEL EXAMPLE OF SETTING THE SYSTEM MENU IF AN INPUT BOARD IS INSTALLED LEGEND: PRESS ENTER TO ACCESS MENU ENTER MENU AND UPDATE PROGRAM OR CHANGE MENU INPUTS YES PRESS: MOVE FORWARD OR BACKWARD THROUGH THE MENU MENU Y E S ENTER UPDATE PROGRAM PRESS THESE KEYS TO SET YES / NO MIMIC 0 TO 8 PRESS MOVE FORWARD THROUGH THE MENU CANCEL NO MIMIC INSTALLED PRESS CANCEL AT ANY TIME TO BACK OUT OF THE MENU FACTORY SET CAN NOT BE CHANGED C O DE AS4428 Example of Adding Input, Relay and Sounder Boards in the SYSTEM MEU Page: 20 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s Step 2 LEGEND: PROGRAM ACF ISOALTE PRESS ACF TO ISOLATE CIRCUITS EXTERNAL TO FACP MENU ENTER MENU ENTER ACF ISOALTE ZONES CANCEL PRESS CANCEL AT ANY TIME TO BACK OUT OF THE MENU CANCEL MENU ENTER PRESS ENTER TO GO TO SUB MENU, SET MENU OR UPDATE PROGRAM PRESS MOVE FORWARD / BACKWARD THROUGH THE MENU PRESS MOVE FORWARD THROUGH THE MENU CLOCK MCP ZONE Z# OUTPUTS IN THIS EXAMPLE RELAY 3 IS ACTIVATED BY ZONES 1,4 OR 8 WHEN IN ALARM OR I/P's 1,3 OR 7 OF THE I/P BOARD ARE ON RELAYS MENU ENTER RELAY 3 R3 Z-FLT ....... MENU R3 Z-ALRM ENTER 1..4...8 ON MENU ENTER MENU ENTER OF F FIRE FAN SELECT RELAY 3 R3 Z-ISOL ....... R3 SWITCH ....... R3 I/P 1.3...7. MENU ENTER UPDATE MENU ON OF F TURN OFF 2,3,5,6,7 MENU ENTER UPDATE MENU TURN ON 1,3&7 AGENT IN THIS EXAMPLE SNDR O/P 2,5&8 ARE ACTIVATED BY ZONES 1,5&8 MENU SOUNDERS ENTER SET SNDR MENU BRD O/P ENTER .2..5..8 SET ZONE TO ACTIVATE 1...5..8 MENU ENTER UPDATE MENU 1 TO 8 1 TO 8 ON DISPLAY ######## Z LABELS MENU ENTER MENU ENTER EDIT TEXT OF F SELECT Z ONE MENU ENTER TO EDIT DISPLAY TEXT USE TO MOVE THROUGH THE ALPHABET / NUMBERS TO MOVE THROUGH THE WORD EDIT TEXT Programming the Relays and Sounders to be Activated by Zones and Editing Text MAIN CARD RELAY BOARD CN5 CN1 CN2 EOL Not Used CN10 + - + - CN3 INPUT BOARD CN4 +- CN1 ON 1 2 3 4 Set to 1 CN2 EOL Not Used Address SW + - CN3 CN4 + - CN1 Address SW ON 1 2 3 4 Set to 1 - SOUNDER TB3 BOARD + Address SW CN2 ON EOL LINK INSERTED IN LAST BOARD OF THE CHAIN 1 2 3 4 Set to 1 RS485 and 27V Cabling for the Installation of a Relay, Input and Sounder Board as in the SYSTEM and PROGRAMMING Menu Structures Above Page: 21 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 7 Status and Programming Screens The following shows all the screens that are possible in the FACP and how to navigate through them. I f a screen is not available it means that option has not been installed or is not available to the model in use. Operating Main Menu STATUS 7.1 STATUS LEVEL 1 FAULTS MENU ENTER LEVEL 3 PROGRAMMING SYSTEM Level 1 to 3 Status Screens MENU ENTER MENU ENTER BRIGADE MENU ENTER PRESS THESE KEYS TO SET YES / NO, OFF / ON, OFF NORMAL LEGEND: PRESS ENTER PRESS: MOVE FORWARD OR BACKWARD THROUGH THE MENU CANCEL MENU ENTER OUTPUTS LEVEL 2 DISABLE TEST RELAYS FIRE FAN MENU ENTER PRESS MOVE FORWARD THROUGH THE MENU ALARM 1 OFF / ON RELAY 1 OFF / ON FAN 1 OFF / ON ALARM 2 OFF/NORM FAULT OFF / ON RELAY 2 OFF / ON ALARM 3 OFF/NORM DISABLE OFF / ON ALARM 4 OFF/NORM FIRE OFF/NORM SOUNDERS AGENT MENU ENTER ALARM 1 OFF/NORM PRESS CANCEL AT ANY TIME TO BACK OUT OF THE MENU CANCEL MENU ENTER MENU ENTER INPUT VOLTAGE MENU ENTER MENU ENTER SNDR 1 OFF/NORM INPUT 1 OFF / ON BATT V 26.8V FAN 2 OFF / ON SNDR 2 OFF/NORM INPUT 2 OFF / ON CHRGR V 27.0V RELAY 3 OFF / ON FAN 3 OFF / ON SNDR 3 OFF/NORM INPUT 3 OFF / ON SYSTEM V 27.0V BATT FAIL OFF / ON RELAY 4 OFF / ON FAN 4 OFF / ON SNDR 4 OFF/NORM INPUT 4 OFF / ON ALARM 2 OFF / ON RELAY 5 OFF / ON SNDR 5 OFF/NORM INPUT 5 OFF / ON FAULT OFF/NORM RELAY 6 OFF / ON SNDR 6 OFF/NORM INPUT 6 OFF / ON ANC OUT OFF/NORM RELAY 7 OFF / ON SNDR 7 OFF/NORM INPUT 7 OFF / ON RELAY 8 OFF / ON SNDR 8 OFF/NORM INPUT 8 OFF / ON AGENT OFF/NORM Page: 22 SOFTWARE VER E1.2 Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 7.2 Level 3 System Programming ENTER MENU PASSWORD ENTER SYSTEM MENU ENTER BUZZER MENU ENTER FACTORY DEFAULT PASSWORD IS 3333 EXAMPLE OF SETTING PASSWORD 0123 EXAMPLE SET RESOUND TO YES THEN MOVE TO ALARM YES EARTH MON YES / NO MENU ENTER MENU ENTER PASSWORD 0000 PASSWORD 0100 PASSWORD 0120 PASSWORD 0123 ALARM YES / NO RESOUND YES / NO UPDATE PROGRAM MOVE TO ALARM YES / NO BRIGADE YES / NO RELAYS YES/ NO FIRE FAN YES / NO NOTES: TO ADD OR DELTE FROM THE SYSTEM SET TO YES OR NO AND THEN GO TO THE PROGRAM MENU TO SET THE OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS IF THESE OPTIONS ARE NOT SET TO YES THEY WILL NOT APPEAR IN THE TEST, STATUS OR PROGRAM MENU AGENT YES / NO MENU ENTER PASSWORD ACCEPTED SOUNDERS YES / NO SYSTEM INDICATE YES / NO MENU ENTER SW INDIC YES / NO CANCEL LEGEND: MENU ENTER INPUTS YES / NO PRESS ENTER TO ACCESS MENU AND UPDATE PROGRAM OR CHANGE MENU PRESS: MOVE FORWARD OR BACKWARD THROUGH THE MENU PRESS THESE KEYS TO SET YES / NO MIMIC 0 TO 8 PRESS MOVE FORWARD THROUGH THE MENU CANCEL CODE EN54 FACTORY SET CAN NOT BE CHANGED Page: 23 PRESS CANCEL AT ANY TIME TO BACK OUT OF THE MENU Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s 7.3 Level 3 Programming Menu PROGRAM MENU ENTER ZONE S MENU ENTER SELECT ZONE 1 - 8 NORMAL NON LATCH AVF AGENT T2 AGENT T1 DOUBLE KNOCK 1 TO 8 LEGEND: ZONE DELAY MENU ENTER 8 SELECT DELAY SELECT ZONE 1-8 ACF ISOALTE PRESS ACF TO ISOLATE CIRCUITS EXTERNAL TO FACP MENU ENTER ASSIGN MCP 1 TO A ZONE ACF ISOALTE MENU ENTER CLOCK MENU ENTER SELECT DAY TIME CHANGE DAY TIME MENU ENTER O N MENU MENU ENTER ENTER OFF 1 TO 8 RELAYS MENU ENTER SELECT RELAY 1 TO 8 ENTER FIRE FAN UPDATE MENU ALARM ZN 1 TO 8 O N MENU ENTER SET SNDR # 12345678 MENU ENTER SET ZONE # 12345678 INHIBIT ZN 1 TO 8 INDICATE STYLE MENU ENTER SELECT STYLE #X SELECT BGD ALM 2 ZN 1 TO 8 FIRE OUT EVAC Y/N R# SWITCH 1 TO 8 BACKOUT OF MENU N: NO RE SET MENU ENTER YES NO FUNCTION 3,4,5 WIRE 3 MENU 4 ENTER 5 MENU ENTER RELEASE P YR OGEN PRESS S/W N/O RELEASE SOLENOID PRESS SW N/ C RELEASE METRO N PRESS SW NONE MENU ENTER MAX SET STYLE FROM 1 TO MAX AVAILABLE IN MODULE R# I/P 1 TO 8 CANCEL UPDATE MENU MENU ENTER MENU SOUNDERS ENTER R# Z-ISOL 1 TO 8 OFF 1 TO 4 AGENT R# Z-FLT 1 TO 8 OFF MENU ENTER SELECT BGD ALM 1 ZN 1 TO 8 Y: YES O N MENU SELECT FAN 1,2,3,4 ANC OUT ZN 1 TO 8 ALARM 4 ZN 1 TO 8 ALARM 3 ZN 1 TO 8 UPDATE MENU EXAMPLE OF ACTIVATING ZONE TO TURN ON/OFF SELECTED OUTPUT MENU R# Z-ALRM ENTER 1 TO 8 1 TO 8 MENU ENTER PRESS ENTER TO GO TO SUB MENU, SET MENU OR UPDATE PROGRAM PRESS MOVE FORWARD THROUGH THE MENU ALARM 2 ZN 1 TO 8 ALARM 1 ZN 1 TO 8 PRESS CANCEL AT ANY TIME TO BACK OUT OF THE MENU PRESS MOVE FORWARD / BACKWARD THROUGH THE MENU MOVE TH ROUGH DAY TIME OUTPUTS CANCEL CANCEL RELEASE MENU CONSTANT ENTER EXAMPLE OF SELECTING FUNCTION WIRE TO BE USED AUTO DELAY SET 0 - 60S MAN DELAY SET 0 - 60 LCS 1 SET 0 - 60 SEC SET 0 - 60 SEC SET 1 TO 4 NOTE: THESE MENUS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE IF RELAYS, FIRE FAN, AGENT SOUNDERS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO YES IN THE SYSTEM MENU 1 DISPLAY ######## MENU ENTER Z LABELS MENU ENTER EOL 10uf MENU ENTER EOL RES 3K3 Z ON E S/ C MENU ENTER Z ON E ALARM EDIT TEXT SELECT Z ON E MENU ENTER EDIT TEXT EOL RES4K7 TO EDIT DISPLAY TEXT USE E OL RES 6K8 TO MOVE THROUGH THE ALPHABET / NUMBERS EOL RES 10K ZONE FAULT Page: 24 TO MOVE THROUGH THE WORD Installation & Commissioning of Control & Monitoring Add On’s AUSTRALIA AMPAC TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD EUROPE AMPAC EUROPE LTD. 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