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END TO END (BARRIER)
OPTICAL BEAM LINEAR
SMOKE DETECTOR
RK100B - RK200B
RK100BS - RK200BS
TECHNICAL MANUAL
TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION, SETUP AND
MAINTENANCE
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NOTE - the versions RK100BS-RK200BS are not equipped with the detection circuit of Turbulence. Therefore there are
no items related to this circuit. In the reading and in the use of technical instructions, keep in mind this indication.
QUICK INSTALLATION
CHAPTER INDEX
1 - Qualified Personell
2 -Normative references
3 - Installation
The procedure below is intended for trained personell with
previous experience in installing EDS Beam Smoke Detectors
RK100B and RK200B.
If you don’t have the needed experience please refer to the standard
installation procedure of this manual.
4 - Cable Connections
5 - Electrical Connections and Initial Setup
1 - Mount the RK100B detector (TX + RX)
6 - Operation
2 - Connect the cables
7 - Optical Allignment
8 - Set up of the Obscuration circuit
9 - Set up of the Turbulence circuit
3 - Make the optical allignment with the lamp
4 - Set SW3 switch on the TX according to the distance TX/
RX (see table in fig.7) and power up the TX
10 - Detector’s activation
11 - Autocompensation
5 - Set the JP2-JP3-JP4-JP5-JP7 jumpers on the RX (see
pag.10)
12 - Operational Test
13 - Fault Output
14 - Alarm Memory and Configuration Data
6 - Place RX jumper JP1 in “ON” position (Alignment)
power up the RX device.
7 - Optimize the device signal using:
15 -Frontal LED indication
16 - Maintenance
17 - Sensitivity selection
18 - Technical Data
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the adjustment screws V1-V2-V3 on the optical block
on the TX
the P1 trimmer on the RX
a multimeter (or the STS01 instrument)
Blue/Red Led signal level indication (fig.8 board)
8 - Regulate the signal between 4,7V and 5V with the P1
trimmer
STANDARD STARTING CONDITION
(Read ahead)
9 - Select the desired sensibility of the Obscuration circuit
with the SW2 selector (40-50-60-70%)
10 - Select the desired sensibility of the Turbulence (Heat)
circuit with the SW1 selector (if used)
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SW1 - position 1 (minimum threshold level)
SW2 - position 1 (minimum threshold level )
SW3 - position 4 (maximum Trasmitter power )
JP1 - position 2-3 (optical allignment ON)
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JP2-JP3 - position 2-3 (alarm and turbulence relays NC)
13 - Close the cover within 5 minutes
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JP4 - position 1-2 (Fault relay NC)
JP5 - position 1-2 (memory OFF)
JP7 - not insert (alarm relay deactivated)
P1 - adjustment trimmer at half scale
14 - Wait at least 5 minutes for the device to become
operational
11- Check the detector’s operation by obscuring the TX or
the RX
12 - Set JP1 in the OFF position to activate the device
15 - Perform operational tests
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BARRIER OPTICAL BEAM
LINEAR SMOKE DETECTOR
RK100B - RK200B
GENERAL
Note : the following instructions are suitable for the RK100B and
RK200B models.
The RK100/200B is a new conception of optical beam smoke
detector barrier. It’s composed by a Transmiter and a Receiver,
and bases its working concept on the interaction between the smoke
present in a room and an infrared beam emitted by the Transmitter
and directed to the Receiver placed on the opposite wall of the
room to be protected.
For a correct installation, we recommend to read and follow our
instructions carefully. The excellent working results of the device
will widely compensate the time spent reading these instructions.
3.4 - install the Receiver on the opposite wall and at the same
height of the Transmitter. It is not necessary that the device is
perfectly in front of and perpendicular to the receiver (angle
mistake up to 5 degrees is possible in all directions).
We recommends, for the cables economy, to install the Receiver
in the nearest position to the alarm control unit.
3.5 - get the cables inside through the holes obtained breaking the
suitable zones marked on the sides of the detector’s base..
1 - QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
4 - CABLE CONNECTIONS
1.1 - All the operations of installation, setup, startup, maintenance
and verifications of operation of the RK100/200B detector must
only be performed by qualified personnell. These people are
qualified for their experience, specialization courses, knowledge
of the current standards and of the technical specifications,
features and usage method of the product.. These people therefore
are able to avoid errors or damages and assure an optimal
functioning of the product.
2 - NORMATIVE REFERENCES
2.1 - For the installation in European Community countries you
must follow the EC standard EN54-14 (Fire detection and fire
alarm systems). In extraeuropean countries you must respect the
relevant internatiobnal and national standards.
4.1 - the low detector’s power consumption (20 mA with normally
open alarm relay contact (NO) and 30 mA with normally closed
alarm relay contact (NC)) allows to use small size sections cables.
We suggest to use a shielded cable with 8 conductors + shield (
2x0,75 mmq for power conductors + 6x0,22 mmq for the signal
conductors) for a distance up to 1 Km. In such way it is possible to
get a remote connection of the following signals:
• alarm relay contact (terminals C1-N1)
• turbulence (heat) alarm relay contact (terminals C2-N2)
• fault relay contact (terminals C3-N3)
• analog signal output (terminal SIG) - for level signal measurement
from distance
The shield of the cable must be connected as in fig.14.
3 - INSTALLATION
3.1 - For the installation of the RK100/200B we suggest to use,
besides the normal tools (drill, expansion plugs, etc), also the
following elements:
• 1 - 7mm “C” key
• 1 - alignment lamp (we recommend to use our LAL02 lamp or
an electric torch with a powerful and contrated beam)
• 1 - tester (we recommend an analogic hand Tester or our analogical
STS01 meter (optional) to be plugged on the special connector
positioned on detector’s circuit.
3.2 - Remove the TX and RX cover acting on the 4 fixing screws
set on the 4 angles of the cover (fig.2).
3.3 - Install the Transmitter at a distance from the ceiling within
the 10% of the height of the room to protect. This distance can be
varied by the system designer if particular environmental conditions
exist. Wall fixing must be done with care using the 4 holes provided
inside the container. If the wall is a solid masonry one, 4 expansion
plugs are enough. It’s extremely important that the fixing wall or
surface is rigid and not subject to deformations.
5 - ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND INITIAL SETUP
5.1 - Connect the device cables as shown on the labels facing the
terminal board. The given symbols indicate what follows:
• (V+) - (V -) - supply’s terminals 11 - 30 Vdc.
• (C1) - (N1) - normally closed alarm relay contact. The connection
is valid when the detector is not in alarm state and JP2 jumper is in
2 - 3 position. If JP2 is positioned on 1-2 the contact results
normally open. C1-N1 terminals are voltage free.
• (C2) - (N2) - turbulence alarm normally closed contact relay.
Connection is valid when the detector is not in an alarm state and
JP3 jumper is in 2 - 3 position.. If JP3 is positioned on 1-2 the
contact results normally open. C2-N2 terminals are voltage free.
• (C3)-(N3) - normally closed fault relay contact. Connection is
valid when the detector is not in fault state and JP4 jumper is in 1
- 2 position. If JP4 is in 2-3 position the contact is normally open.
C3-N3 terminals are voltage free.
Fault relay is normally powered (intrinsic safety)
• (SIG) - 0-5V analog output terminal. To use only during allignment.
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5.2 - Jumper Settings
7 - OPTICAL ALIGNMENT
JP1- to enter/exit the optical alignment procedure. To activate
the procedure of optical alignment JP1 must be in 2-3 (ON)
position. To deactivate the procedure of optical alignment JP1 must
be in 1-2 (OFF) position.
• JP1 position 2-3 (ON).......alignment procedure on
• JP1 posizione1-2 (OFF)... alignment procedure off
JP2 - JP3 - JP4 to set the output contacts respectively of Alarm
relay, Turbulence relay and Fault relay to normally closed NC or
normally open NO (cap. 5.1) The RK100/200B detector is
normally factory preset with normally closed NC contacts. For
the alarm relay the indication of JP2 is valid if JP7 is in OFF
position.
JP5 - activate the alarm memory function or to deactivate that
function (detector automatically resets alarm output)
• position 1-2 alarm memory off. When the detector gets out of
alarm condition it automatically resets alarm output
• position 2-3 alarm memory on. In case of alarm the detector’s
alarm output persists until power supply is switched off for at least
5 seconds
7.1 - proceed with the optical alignment of Transmitter TX and
Receiver RX. To facilitate the operation we suggest to do it in low
ambient light conditions and to proceed in the following way:
• place in front of the Receiver (fig.3) an optical alignment lamp
able to project a concentrated and sufficiently intense light beam.
(we recommend the EDS alignment lamp LAL02)
• direct the light beam of the lamp to the lenses of the Transmitter
• look at the screen that is behind the lens, inside the Transmitter.
On it you will see a bright point that represents the image of the
lamp
• move the optical block using her special screws V1-V2-V3 with
a key, so that the bright point falls in the center where a small hole
is present through which the photodiode is visible (fig.4). It’s
important that the bright point falls on the photoemitting zone of
the photodiode. This zone is represented by the small dark dot in
the center of the photodiode. In such way the TX will be alligned
with the RX.
After doing the optical alignment of the Transmitter it is necessary
to do the optical alignment of the Receiver.
To do that you have to repeat the operations previously described
in this paragraph.
8 - SETUP OF THE OBSCURATION CIRCUIT
JP6 - microprocessor reset (SW reset)
JP7 - selection of alarm relay operational mode : normally
powered or not powered
• JP7 ON - relay of alarm normally powered (in case
of alarm the relay gets not powered). In this case the indication of
the JP2 is inverted:
• JP7 OFF - relay of alarm normally not powered (in case of alarm
the relay gets powered). In this case the indication of JP2 is
according to figures 12-13-14 (diagrams of the terminal block
and the classical scheme of connection to a control system to
terminated lines)
6 - OPERATION
6.1 - the RK100/200B detector is equipped with 2 circuits of
detection of the smoke produced by a fire:
• Obscuration - circuit sensitive to obscuration. This circuit bases
its operation on the attenuation of the infrared beam intensity, along
the optical path between the transmitter and the receiver, caused
by smoke presence.
• Turbulence - circuit sensitive to turbulence. During the beginning
phase of a fire, generally there are some clouds of smoke and warm
air that rise up to the ceiling. When these clouds and warm air
intercept the infrared beam produced by the detector, they cause a
perturbation of it, because they generate changes of optical and
physics characteristics in the transmission mean of the infrared
beam. This variations are obviously time related.
An suitable circuit has been designed to detect these variations
and, when these reach the programmed amplitude and the duration
in time, an alarm signals generated.
The sensitivity of this circuit is independently adjustable to fully
satisfy the specific application needs.
The advantage offered by this circuit is a great speed of fire
detection, because it is detected in dynamic way in its initial phase.
Electric signal setup must be performed according to the following
sequence:
8.1 - do not power up the TX and the RX
8.2 - on the Transmitter (TX) rotate the selector SW3 in one of
the positions 1-2-3-4 (fig.10) according to the distance between
TX and RX with reference to fig.7
8.3 - power up the TX and don’t mount the cover. The red led of
the TX will pulse every 10 seconds
8.4 - on the Receiver (RX) move the alignment jumper JP1 (fig.9)
in the position ON (Alignment) to activate the initial setup
operation mode
8.5 - power up the Receiver
8.6 - the blue led and the red one will start working in the way
described ahead in chap. 8.13. Before going on to this chapter
read what’s following
8.7 - the P1 trimmer (regulation of the signal level) is factory
preset to the 50-60% and it corresponds to a signal of 5V at the
maximum distance
8.8 - to get the best results in the following operations, we
recommend the use a measuring instrument (Multimeter),
preferably an analog hand type, for better control of the variations
of the signal during the setup. Good results are also obtained using
analogical STS01 (optional), designed for this application, that must
be inserted on the special connector CN4, set on the printed circuit
of the detector (v. fig. 11). If you don’t have a Multimeter or the
STS01, you can perform the setup operations anyway evaluating
the signal level with the frontal Leds indications as described in
chap.8.13
8.9 - if available, connect a 5V fullscale multimeter between the
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SIG terminal and the negative power supply one and read the analog
output signal. Instead of the multimeter it is possible to use the
STS01 meter (optional - fig. 11). If the output signal is very low it
means that the operations of optical alignment described in chapter
5 have not been performed in the right way and therefore must be
repeated
8.10 - the Transmitter emits a conic beam which form and
dimension, in relation with the distance between TX and RX, are
explained in figures 5 -6.
It’s important that the Receiver is in the center of the Transmitter
conic beam because, under these conditions, even if some small
movements of the wall on which the transmmietter is mounted on
happen (caused by deformations), the reflector remains always
within the beam and therefore active.
To obtain this, the operations of fine centering with output
signal measuring, explained below, must be performed with
care.
8.11 - adjust the signal around 3V acting on the trimmer P1 (fig.9)
8.12 - search for the maximum output signal optimizing the optical
alignment of the Transmitter acting slowly and in sequence on the
3 screws of regulation V1-V2-V3 present on the optical block.
This procedure takes some time but, if performed well, it assures
a perfect operation of the detector for many years. We suggest to
use the following procedure:
• on the TX slowly turn the screw V1 clockwise and then look at
the value of the signal visualized on the multimeter on RX. If the
signal increased (for example from 3V it rised to 3,5V) then again
turn the screw V1 of the TX clockwise and then look at the value
of the signal on the RX
• continue with this procedure as long as the signal on the RX
increases. When it has the tendency to decrease instead, stop the
operation on the screws V1 of the TX returning to the previous
position
• if during the operation the signal overcomes 4,5V, to avoid the
saturation, act on the trimmer P1 of the RX to bring the signal
back to 3 V, allowing the best evaluation of the variations of the
signal
• after finding out the maximum og the signal acting on the screw
V1, perform the same operations on the screws V2 and V3 of the
TX. In such way the best possible position of optical allignment is
reached. This procedure is important because it will assure a perfect
operation of the detector for long time
8.13 - if you don't have a multimeter it is possible to get good
results in the optical alignment of the detector as well, looking at
the RX blue and red leds indications. Operation is the following:
• 1 flash of the blue Led: 1 Volt
• 1 flash of the red Led: 0,5 Volts
• if the signal is smaller of 0,5V the blue led and red one are off
• if the signal in the range 0,5-1 V the red led performs 1 flash,
remains off for 2 seconds and then it repeats the sequence
• if signal is among 1-1,5 V the blue led flashes once, remains off
for 2 seconds and then it repeats the sequence
• if signal is among 1,5-2V the blue led flashes once and the red
led flashes once. They remain off for 2 seconds and then the
sequence is repeated
• if signal is among 2-2,5 V the blue led flashes 2 times, remains
off for 2 seconds and then it repeats the sequence
• if signal is among 2,5-3V the blue led flashes 2 times and the red
led flashes once. They remain off for 2 seconds and then the
sequence is repeated
• same type of indication up to 4 V
• if the signal overcomes 4 V, the blue Led flashes faster and faster
as the frequency signal increases up to 4,7V
• when the signal overcomes the 4,7V and in the range 4,7V 4,9V, the blue led is continously ON. This is the position of
optimal setup
• if the signal gets over 4,9V the two blue and red leds are
permanently on. This is the saturation indication.
The table of fig.8 recaps the leds operation.
8.14 - install the cover of the TX
8.15 - after closing the cover of the TX and performing the
operations of fine optical alignment using the multimeter, the
STS01 meter or the indications of the leds, adjust the output signal
on the RX to a level between 4,7-4,9V, slowly turning the trimmer
P1. When the signal it is included within this range, the blue led is
costantly ON. This it is the position of optimal setup. If the signal
overcomes the 4.9V, the detector goes in saturation and the blue
and red leds are both ON. Therefore acting on P1, it is necessary
to set the signal between 4.7-4.9V so that the red led switches
OFF and is only the blue Led remains ON (to avoid saturation).
Attention! - this regulation is not critical. The procedure
indicated above is the optimal one, but it is enough if the blue
Led is flashing or constantly ON to have a good setting.
However it is necessary to avoid the saturation (red Led ON).
The microprocessor automatically compensates the
inaccuracies of the setup.
8.16 - select the alarm threshold level of the circuit sensible to
obscuration acting on the selector SW2 with the following possible
choiches :
• position 1 - low sensitivity - obscuration alarm threshold
set to 70%
• position 2 - low to medium sensitivity - obscuration alarm
threshold set to 60%
• position 3 - medium to high sensitivity - obscuration alarm
threshold set to 50%
• position 4 - high sensitivity - obscuration alarm threshold
set to 40%
8.17 - sensibility must be regulated according to the environmental
situation. The setting must normally be a medium sensitivity level,
but in case of dusty and perturbed environments it will be useful to
set a lower sensitivity level.
9 - SETUP OF THE TURBULENCE (HEAT) CIRCUIT
9.1 - The RK100/200B detector is equipped with a special
additional circuit for the detection of air Turbulence (heat). This
circuit is independent from the classic obscuration one and in
particular situations it can be used to increase the performance of
the detector. If these particular situations are not present the
Turbulence circuit can be left unused.
9.2 - This circuit is particularly useful when, for environmental
reasons, the linear optical beam smoke detectors must be installed
at distances from the ceiling higher than the nominal. When the
fire begins, it produces smoke clouds and hot air bubbles that go
up. When these bubbles intercept the infrared beam they perturbate it because they produce a change of the optical-physical
characteristics of infrared beam. These changes are obviusly
correlated in time. This circuit is been projected to detect these
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changes and, when these changes reach the programmed width and
time lenght, an alarm signal is generated. The advantage of this
circuit is the quicker fire detection, because the fire is detected in
its beginning phase.A typical example is the complete protection
of the dome of a church with important pictures on its surface.
The linear optical beam smoke detectors must be installed at the
baseline of the dome and therefore much lower than the ceiling. In
this case using the turbulence (heat) detection circuit is very useful
to improve the detection.
9.3 - selection of the sensitivity level of the circuit sensitive to
Turbulence(heat).
The operation is performed acting on selector SW1 of the RX that
has 4 positions (fig.9).
12 - OPERATIONAL TEST
12.1 - verification of the circuit sensible to obscuration
The verification is done simply darkening the TX or the RX with
an opaque screen. After 10 seconds, the RX alarm relay must
activate / deactivate (chap.5.2 - jumper JP7) and the frontal alarm
red led must be switched ON. After that, remove the screen and
the alarm relay must be switched and red led switchs OFF, and the
blue led restarts to flash every 10 seconds.
If the function of memorization is activated (v. chap.14), it is
necessary to remove the power supply of the RX for at least 5
seconds to remove the persistence of the alarm indication.
12.2 - verification of the circuit sensitive to turbulence.
• sensitivity increases from 1 to 4
• position 1 : minimum sensitivity
• position 4 : maximum sensitivity
Regulation must be performed with caution because with an higher
sensitivity a quicker response time is obtained, but also the
probability of false alarm is increased. So the sensitivity selection
must be done according to the environmental conditions. If these
conditions are good an high sensitivity regulation is possible. If
in the environment, because of the normal working conditions,
dust's clouds, vapor or smoke are systematically produced, it will
be necessary to adjust the sensitivity to a lower level, so that these
factors doesn't generate false alarms.
10 - DETECTOR’S ACTIVATION
10.1 - on the RX, put the jumper of Initial Setup, JP1, in OFF ALI
(mark on circuit) position (alignment off)
10.2 - the blue alignment led flashes in a certain way (2 slow flashes
- a delay - 2 fast flashes and then this sequence is repeated)
10.3 - install the cover of the RX. This closing operation must be
done within 5 minutes. The level of the signal will be decreased
because of the attenuation caused by the cover
10.4 - the inside electronics wait 5 minutes for the installation of
the cover and then perform a quick procedure (1-2 minutes) to get
the RK100B output signal level back to 4,7-5V
10.5 - after this activation procedure, the detector becomes
operational. The blue alignment led switchs OFF (detail chap.10.2)
and it begins to flash as described in 10.6
10.6 - every 10 seconds the blue led will give out a short flash that
indicates the normal operation of the detector. In case of alarm
the frontal red led will light up and remain switched on until the
alarm state is present or, if the memory function is activated, until
the power supply is switched off for at least 5 seconds (v. chap.14)
11 - AUTOCOMPENSATION
11.1 - the inside electronics of the detector is equipped with a
special function of autocompensation of the signal. If the detector
is installed inside a particularly dusty place, the dust that is
deposited on the front of the TX and RX causes a drop of the output
signal level. This problem is automatically eliminated by the
autocompensation.
Place and remove an opaque screen in front of the RX several
times with the following sequence (dark / light) and selecting the
corresponding sensitivity with SW1 selector:
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position 1....
position 3....
position 2....
position 4....
2 second dark - 2 second light for 10-12 times
2 second dark - 2 second light for 8-10 times
2 second dark - 2 second light for 6-8 times
2 second dark - 2 second light for 4-6 times
After the correct sequence the turbulence relay must be activated.
13 -FAULT OUTPUT
13.1 - the fault relay contact is available on the terminal block
of the RX. This relay is normally activated and will be
deactivated if at least one of the following conditions are
verified:
• the output signal falls below the 90% preset value (optical beam
completely interrupted by an obstacle)
• the circuit of autocompensation has reached its limit (when this
happens it is necessary to do some maintenance on the detector)
• operation fault (detectors’s circuit malfunction)
Attention: the current standards indicate that the fault output can
be used for remote signaling, but must not be used for inhibiting
the alarm signal
14 - ALARM MEMORY AND CONFIGURATION DATA
14.1 - the receiver of the RK100B is equipped with alarm memory
that can be activated / deactivated with the JP5 jumper (fig.9):
• jumper JP5 in position 1-2 - memory deactivated (OFF)
• jumper JP5 in position 2-3 - activated (ON)
When the alarm memory is activated, if the detector gets in alarm,
the alarm output relay and the frontal red led remain activated until
the alarm condition gets off and power supply is removed for at
least 5 seconds. When the memory is not activated, if the detector
gets in alarm the alarm output relay and the red frontal led are
deactivated as soon as the alarm condition gets off.
14.2 - memory of configuration and settings data.
In case of lack of power supply the internal memory retains the
data. When the power supply is back the detector, after a setup
time of 2 minutes, returns to normal operation
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15 - FRONTAL LEDS OPERATION
15.1 - the frontal leds of the RX during the normal operation of
the detector, give out the following indications (see fig.9):
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• normal operation: the blue led flashes every 10 seconds
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• alarm: the red led is constantly ON
• limit of compensation, interrupted beam, fault: the blue Led •
flashes every second
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16 - MAINTENANCE
16.1 - the instrument requires an easy and periodic maintenance.
It can be programmed or made automatic using remote signaling
of the detector.
During the normal operation and after a certain time from
installation, if maintenance is not performed, the detector, because
of the dirt and dust deposited on the front of the covers, gives out
a fault output signal, because of the decrease of the signal below
the limit of compensation.
Then it will be time to proceed to cleaning in order to reestablish
the initial optical conditions.
16.2 - The operations to be done are the following :
• remove power supply
• verify the inside terminal board tightening the terminals in the
case they are loose
• verify the optical alignment in case some changes of the structure
on which the detector is installed. In this case repeat the operations
of chap.8
• perform the cleaning of the front covers of TX and RX.
We suggest to use a wet cloth with water with some trace of soap.
Chemical products like alcohol, ammonia and similar must not be
used. The cleaning of the frontcover is fundamental for the good
operation of the device
• power up the devioce
17 - SENSITIVITY SELECTION
17.1- Afer the installation and after some working time, if you
want to modify the sensitivity of the detector, read what follow:
• remove the cover of the receiver (it is not necessary to power
off the detector)
• modify the sensitivity acting on the SW2 selector
• close the cover
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Models: RK100B, RK200B
Type: Barrier Optical Beam Smoke Detector
Manufacturer: EDS srl - V. Cà Nova Zampieri 6 - 37057 S.G.
Lupatoto - Verona - ITALY
Power Supply: 12/24 Vdc
Power Supply Range: 11- 30 Vdc
Max Optical path:
120 m for RK100B
200 m for RK200B
Max cover area.: 1.600 sm (EN54-14 standard)
Protection against the inversion of polarity
Digitally codified infrared beam
Power Consumption of TX: 9,5 mA
Power Consumption of RX:
18,6 mA in normal operation
34 mA with the alarm relay activated
34 mA with the turbulence relay activated
50 mA with both alarm and fault relay activated
Maximum angular missallignment of the detector: +/- 0,5°
Selection of the obscuration alarm threshold level with a 4
positions switch:
position 1 - 70%
position 2 - 60%
position 3 - 50%
position 4 - 40%
Selection of the turbulence alarm threshold level with a 4 positions
switch
Alarm Relay activation delay: 10 s
Fault Relay activation delay: 5 s
Detector's recovery time with alarm memory dectivated: about
5s
Detector's recovery time with alarm memory activated: about
5 s (power supply off)
Working temperature: -10 + 55°C
Red LED indication: alarm status
Blue LED indication: compensation limit, interrupted beam,
fault
Alarm Relay: 1A/24 V dc
Turbulence Relay: 1A/24 V dc
Fault/Maintenance Relay: 1A/24 V dc
0-5 V Analog Output for signal level measuring/visualization
Dimensions: 247 x 146 x 114 mm.
Housing: autoextinguishing policarbonate box
Relevant Standard: EN 54-12
Certifications: EN54-12/CPD (0786-CPD-20803), VDS2504VDS2344 (G209131)
Protection Index: IP 65 (IEC 529-144)
Weight: 900 gr.
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TX
RX
fig.1
A
A
A
A
fig.2
lampada
LAL
02
rivelatore
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disco bianco
white disc
foro
hole
diodo fotoemittente
photoemitting diode
fig.4
fig.5
fig.6
RK200B
RK100B
diametro del raggio [cm]
150
75
140
70
130
65
120
60
110
55
100
50
90
45
80
40
70
35
60
30
50
25
40
20
30
15
20
10
10
5
0
0
distanza [m]
0
0
10
20
20
40
30
60
40
80
50
60
70
80
90
100
100 120 140 160 180 200
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DISTANCE SELECTION SW3 [TX]
DETECTOR
TYPE
POSITION
SW3
DISTANCE [m]
1
25-50
2
50-70
3
70-90
4
90-120
1
40-80
2
80-120
3
100-160
4
140-200
RK100B
fig.7
RK200B
RELATION VOLT - FLASHING
VOLT
N° Flash
Blue Le d
N° Flash
Re d Le d
< 0,5
OFF
OFF
0,5-1
OFF
1
1-1,5
1
OFF
1,5-2
1
1
2-2,5
2
OFF
2,5-3
2
1
3-3,5
3
OFF
3,5-4
3
1
4-4,7
Variable -/+
OFF
4,7-4,95
Fix light
OFF
> 4,95
saturation
Fix light
Fix light
fig.8
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DS1651
LED di allineamento
LED di Allarme
V1
V2
P1
3
2
1
CN4
RX
9
Fehlerrelais
V3
JP6
TURBO
1
2
3
SW1
JP7
1
ON
3
2 JP1
1
OFF
ALI
2
3
4
SW2
3
2
1
JP4
Turborelais
turbo
relay
3
2
1
JP3
Alarmrelais
alarm
relay
3
2
1
JP2
SENS
4
fault
relay
ON
3
2 JP5
1
OFF
MEM
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
fig.9
RECEIVER INTERNAL ELEMENTS
P1 - trimmer for the regulation of the signal level. Normally
regulated to 50-60% that corresponds to a signal of 5V at the
maximum distance
JP2 - JP3 - JP4 - jumpers to set the relay contacts, respectively
of the alarm relay, turbulence and fault normally closed NC or
normally open NO.
SW1 - selector for the regulation of the sensitivity of the
turbulence circuit. Sensitivity increases from 1 to 4. In position
1, minimum, in position 4, maximum
• position 1-2 - output contact normally open NO
• position 2-3 - output contact normally closed NC
JP4 must be in position 1-2 to have the contact closed because the
fault relay is normally activated.
The RK100/200B detector is normally factory preset with closed
NC contacts. For the alarm relay the indication of JP2 is valid if
JP7 is in OFF position
SW2 - trimmer for the regulation of the sensitivity of the circuit
sensible to obscuration
• low sensitivity - alarm level for obscuration at 70%, position 1
• middle / low sensitivity - alarm level for obscuration at 60%,
position 2
• middle / high sensitivity - alarm level for obscuration at 50%,
position 3
• high sensitivity - alarm level for obscuration at 40%, position 4
V1-V2-V3 - scews for the regulation of the optical block
JP5 - jumper to activate the alarm memory function or to deactivate
such function (to get the auto Reset of the detector)
• in position 1-2 memory deactivated. When it stops the state of
alarm the detector him autoripristina (Auto Reset)
• in position 2-3 memory activated . In case of alarm the shoresbearer remains in alarm until tension is not removed for 5 second
CN4 - connector for the STS-01 meter (optional)
JP6 - jumper of microprocessor Reset
JP1 - jumper for activate / deactivate the procedure of optical
alignment. To activate the procedure of optical alignment JP1
jumper must be inserted (ON). To deactivate the procedure of
optical alignment and therefore get the detector operational, the
JP1 jumper must be disconnected (OFF)
•
•
JP1 position 2-3 (ON)......alignment procedure activated
P1 position 1-2 (OFF)...... alignment procedure deactivated
JP7 - jumper to set alarm relay operation normally powered or
not powered
• JP7 ON - alarm relay normally activated (in case of alarm
deactivated). In this case the indication of the jumper JP2 inverted
• JP7 OFF - alarm relay deactivated (in case of alarm activates). In
this case the indication of the jumper JP2 is according
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DS1653
LED
V1
V2
TX
fig.10
V3
JP6
POWER
1
2
3
4
2
1
SW3
TRANSMITTER INTIDE PARTS
SW3 - selector for the regulation of the transmitter power (TX)
- power increases from 1 to 4. Maximum power in the position
4 and mimimum in position 1.
DS1652
LED di allineamento
LED di Allarme
V1
V2
P1
RX
9
Fehlerrelais
V3
JP6
TURBO
1
2
3
4
SW1
JP7
Turborelais
turbo
relay
3
2
1
JP3
Alarmrelais
alarm
relay
3
2
1
JP2
SENS
1
ON
3
2 JP1
1
OFF
ALI
2
3
4
SW2
ON
3
2 JP5
1
OFF
MEM
fault
relay
3
2
1
JP4
RECEIVER INSIDE PARTS
WITH STS-01 METER
8
7
6
5
4
fig.11
3
2
1
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V-
TERMINAL BLOCK OF
THE TRANSMITTER
V+
fig.12
SIG
N3
C3
N2
TERMINAL BLOCK OF
THE RECEIVER
fig.13
C2
N1
C1
VV+
2
alimentazione 11-30 Vcc
1
9
segnale analogico 0-5V
analog signal output 0-5V
8
7
contatto relè GUASTO
FAULT relay contact
6
5
contatto relè TURBOLENZA
TURBULENCE relay contact
4
3
contatto relè d'ALLARME
ALARM relay contact
2
1
alimentazione 11-30 Vcc
supply voltage 11-30 Vcc
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CENTRALE DI CONTROLLO
alimentazione
+ segnale analogico 0-5V
contatto relè GUASTO
SIG
N3
C3
contatto relè TURBOLENZA
N2
C2
contatto relè d'ALLARME
N1
C1
9
-
+
schermo
8
7
resistenza di
Allarme
6
5
4
3
2
alimentazione 11-30 Vcc
connessione zona1
resistenza di fine linea
V1
V+
fig.14
Example of connection of RK100/200B receiver with a zones control unit.
In this case the detector is a zone of the system.
The state of the indicated relays correspond to the normal operation condition of the detector.
The alarm output is the one of the alarm relay (circuit sensible to obscuration in alarm) or the one from the turbulence relay (circuit
sensible to turbulence (heat) in alarm).
The turbulence relay, if not necessary, can be left unused.
The fault output is the one from the NC contact of the fault relay of RK100/200B.
The values of the resistances of Alarm and End of Line will be indicated by the control unit manufacturer.
ACCESSORIES FOR RK100/200B
LAL02 -Optical alignment lamp
The RK series detectors on installation must optically aligned.
This lamp is suitable to do an optimal alignment.
The operation is done easily in a few minutes and it assures the
full functionality of the detectors.
The lamp has a L=15m cable for connection to a battery 12V for the power
supply
The technical informations of this document have been carefully taken into account and they can be considered reliable.
In any case the EDS Company is not responsable for any eventual inaccuracy and reserves the right to make changes in any part
of this document and/or products, to improve their quality, reability or design.
date: 25/06/2010
doc. 100_200b_ist_0610
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