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Installation Instructions, Control box for Smoke
Function with Damper Exercising TBLZ-2-48-2
GOLD/COMPACT
1. General
The control box for the smoke function with damper exercising mode consists of a control unit for smoke management, a logic unit and a transformer for exercising dampers, mounted in a box with a transparent cover. Necessary
wiring terminals are provided for connection to external
components.
The control box has knockout holes for cable entry
through grommets.
2. Range of Application
The control box is used together with the TBLZ-2-49-a
smoke detectors. On receiving a fault indication, the control unit is designed to control the dampers, stop the air
handling unit and initiate an alarm.
A preprogrammed logic unit stops the air handling unit
and exercises the dampers at regular time intervals. If the
damper exercising procedure is not satisfactory, an alarm is
initiated. The connected damper actuators must be designed for 24V AC power.
3. Function – Control Unit, Smoke
The control unit is designed to comply with the provisions
made upon reliable fire protection together with our smoke
detectors. The unit is equipped with relay contacts for controlling the dampers and fans. In addition to smoke alarms,
the control unit is equipped with service alarm and fault
alarm relays.
In the event of a smoke alarm, a red LED is lit and the alarm
relays are simultaneously de-energised.
In the event of a service alarm from the smoke detector, the
service alarm LED will flash rapidly for one minute. After
that, the service alarm relay will be energised and the LED
will shine constantly. If the service alarm on the detector
returns to normal service, the relay will be de-energised and
the LED will flash slowly: Alarm memory.
If a short circuit or a power failure occurs, this activates the
fault relay and alarm relays, at the same time as the corresponding LED is lit (approx. 10-second delay in the event
of a power failure). If the short circuit clears or the power is
restored, the relay will be de-energised and the corresponding LED will begin to flash slowly: Alarm memory.
To exercise the relays: Press and hold down the reset button
for 5 seconds.
4. Function – Logic Unit for Damper
Exercising
The exercising cycle is activated at regular time intervals in
the logic unit or via signals from an external source transmitted to the unit.
If the damper exercising procedure is not satisfactory, an
alarm is indicated on Logic module K7 and the AHU will
not restart. The alarm is transmitted to the AHU via the
External alarm 2 input.
Alarms can be reset on the control unit or in the handheld micro terminal.
5. Mounting
The control box can be secured to a wall, the air handling
unit or where required by means of four screws.
6. Technical Data
Supply voltage
230 V AC, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption
(control unit)
1.8 VA
Power consumption
(logic unit)
6 VA
Transformer
120VA
Degree of protection
IP 65
Ambient temperature
0-50°C
Dimensions (W x H x D)
300 x 450 x 142 mm
Weight
7 kg
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7. Electrical Connections.
The electrical connections are to be wired by a qualified
electrician in accordance with local electrical safety regulations.
7.1 GOLD RX/PX/CX/SD
Terminals in the control box
Logic module K7
Controls from
External
the central fire Control –
alarm, if reExercising
quired (remove
the jumper
when wiring
connections)
GOLD
Unit
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 1)
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 2)
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 3)
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 4)
If several damper actuators for smoke are installed in each
alarm section, they must be connected in parallel in a
terminal box.
The end position contact senses when the damper actuator is de-energised, in this position it should be connected
as normally open.
If smoke damper actuators are divided up in sections (various fire compartments), remove the jumper between the
contacts of each section concerned to enable the indication of separate alarms.
* Shielded cables are recommended for installation to
eliminate the risk of inductance occurring between parallel
wires.
If additional smoke detectors are used, they must be connected in series. (Install termination resistor on the last
smoke detector.)
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Control unit B6
Remove
the jumper
if an
electric air
heater is in
operation
(post cooling)
GOLD
Unit
B7:
B7:
Smoke Smoke
detector detector
Function:
If in-duct Smoke detector B7 trips, an alarm is transmitted
to the external fire alarm input in the AHU. Damper actuator MG7 is controlled via Control Unit B6.
If the smoke detector becomes fouled, a service alarm is
initiated in Control unit B6 and is transmitted to the AHU
via the external Alarm 2 input.
Alarms can be reset on Control unit B6 or in the Handheld micro terminal P1.
Damper exercising:
The exercising cycle is activated at regular time intervals in
Logic unit K7 or via signals from an external source transmitted to Logic unit K7.
The AHU stops and the dampers are exercised.
If the damper exercising procedure is not satisfactory, an
alarm is indicated on Logic module K7 and the AHU will
not restart. The alarm is transmitted to the AHU via External alarm 2.
Alarms can be reset on Control unit B6 or in the Handheld micro terminal P1.
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7.2 GOLD LP/COMPACT
Terminals in the control box
Logic module K7
Controls from
the central fire
alarm, if required (remove
the jumper
when wiring
connections)
External
Control –
Exercising
Control unit B6
Remove
the jumper
if an
electric air
heater is in
operation
(post cooling)
1) The function external stop is
selected in the handheld terminal.
2) The function external alarm is
selected in the handheld terminal.
3) The function external fire/smoke
function is selected in the handheld terminal.
For settings, see the
installation and
maintenance instruction.
GOLD LP/
COMPACT
Unit
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 1)
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 2)
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 3)
MG7:
Damper
actuator
(Section 4)
If several damper actuators for smoke are installed in each
alarm section, they must be connected in parallel in a
terminal box.
The end position contact senses when the damper actuator is de-energised, in this position it should be connected
as normally open.
If smoke damper actuators are divided up in sections (various fire compartments), remove the jumper between the
contacts of each section concerned to enable the indication of separate alarms.
* Shielded cables are recommended for installation to
eliminate the risk of inductance occurring between parallel
wires.
If additional smoke detectors are used, they must be connected in series. (Install termination resistor on the last
smoke detector.)
1)
2)
3)
IQnomic Plus module GOLD LP/
TBIQ-2-1-aa COMPACT
Is suitably to be placed on the DIN rail Unit
in the control equipment for GOLD
LP/COMPACT. For communication
and power supply, the module is
connected via modular contact to the
AHU control equipment.
The function selection switch are to
be set in position 0.
B7:
B7:
Smoke Smoke
detector detector
Function:
If in-duct Smoke detector B7 trips, an alarm is transmitted
to the external fire alarm input in the AHU. Damper actuator MG7 is controlled via Control Unit B6.
If the smoke detector becomes fouled, a service alarm is
initiated in Control unit B6 and is transmitted to the AHU
via the external Alarm 2 input.
Alarms can be reset on Control unit B6 or in the Handheld micro terminal P1.
Damper exercising:
The exercising cycle is activated at regular time intervals in
Logic unit K7 or via signals from an external source transmitted to Logic unit K7.
The AHU stops and the dampers are exercised.
If the damper exercising procedure is not satisfactory, an
alarm is indicated on Logic module K7 and the AHU will
not restart. The alarm is transmitted to the AHU via External alarm 2.
Alarms can be reset on Control unit B6 or in the Handheld micro terminal P1.
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8. Settings
8.1 Menus for damper running time, total time of exercising cycle, number of sections – damper,
central fire alarm and current time
The logic unit is switched on and is operating normally.
To switch to the next menu image, press A

Menu for damper running time.
Indicates the time required for the damper to open and
close. If the damper has a longer running time, these
parameters must be altered.
Press OK
Increase or decrease the running time by pressing + or –.
Confirm by pressing OK.
Press the - button to highlight the next value.

Menu for total time for exercising cycle.
If the damper exercising procedure is not satisfactory, the
alarm is delayed during this period. The air handling unit is
restarted immediately when the exercising procedure has
been accepted.
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The menu indicates the number of sections into which the
dampers can be divided.

Menu for central fire alarm, auto/man resetting (initial setting: manual resetting)

Menu for the current time.
The clock automatically switches between summer and
winter time.
The clock has a 10-year running reserve.
To switch to the first menu image, press A.
The upper line shows inputs to the logic module. The
lower line shows outputs to the logic module. When the
input/output is enabled, the digit is white with a black
background.
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8.2 Menus for exercising and alarm sections
The logic unit is switched on and is operating normally.
The damper exercising procedure can be tested by pressing B.

Menu for exercising.
Menu for alarms (only in the event of an alarm).
If the dampers are divided up in sections (various fire compartments), only the sections wired to an alarm are shown.
The alarm can be reset by pressing ESC.
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8.3 Menus for altering the damper exercising period
The logic unit is switched on and is operating normally.
To switch to the next menu image, press ESC and OK at
the same time.


Press – to highlight “PARAMETERS”.
Press OK.

n.01. Shows setting of the time when exercising is to be
carried out. Note that if you change the n.01 setting, you
must also change the n.02 setting.
W = The weeks in the month during which the function
must be active.
DAY = Weekdays when exercising is carried out.
19:00 = Time (19:00) when the exercising is started.
Select the desired parameter by pressing + and –.
To change a setting, press OK. The value can be changed
by pressing + and – .
Press OK to confirm the change.

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To reach the menu for changing n.02, make sure that n.01
is highlighted and press OK. This menu will then appear
on the screen. Press + to display n.02 and then press OK.

n.02. This parameter must be set one minute after having
set the n.01 setting.
W = The weeks in the month during which the function
must be active.
DAY = Weekdays when exercising is carried out.
19:01 = Time (19:01) when the exercising is started.
Select the desired parameter by pressing + and –.
To change a setting, press OK. The value can be changed
by pressing + and – .
Press OK to confirm the change. To return to the first
menu, press ESC.
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8.3 Menus for altering the current time
The logic unit is switched on and is operating normally.
To switch to the next menu image, press ESC and OK at
the same time.


Press – to highlight “MISCELLANEOUS”.
Press OK.

Press – to highlight “CLOCK”.
Press OK.

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DATE/HOUR is flashing. Press OK.
Press + to highlight the desired value.
Press OK.
To change the value, press - or +. To confirm the change,
press OK.
To return to the first menu, press ESC.,
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