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INSTALLATION MANUAL

EMS 5000 FIREPOINT

Table of Contents

Section Page No

1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ 3

2. WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS ............................................................................... 3

3. UNPACKING ..................................................................................................... 3

4. INSTALLATION ................................................................................................. 4

5. CONTROL PANEL - REMOVING ITEMS BEFORE MOUNTING ..................................... 4

6. MOUNTING THE ENCLOSURE TO A WALL ............................................................. 4

7. REPLACING ITEMS AFTER MOUNTING.................................................................. 4

8. MOUNTING DIAGRAMS ...................................................................................... 5

9. POWERING THE SYSTEM.................................................................................... 6

10. EXTERNAL WIRING.......................................................................................... 7

10.1

H ARDWIRED S OUNDER ..................................................................................... 7

10.2

H ARDWIRED C ALL P OINT .................................................................................. 7

10.3

D EVICE W IRING ............................................................................................ 7

11. INSTALLATION ADVICE.................................................................................... 8

12 DEVICE INSTALLATION ....................................................................................31

12.1

R

ADIO

C

ALL

P

OINT

........................................................................................31

12.2

R

ADIO

S

OUNDER

...........................................................................................32

12.3

R

ADIO

D

ETECTORS

........................................................................................34

12.4

I NPUT /O UTPUT U NITS ....................................................................................36

12.5

C

OMBINED

S

OUNDER

S

ENSORS

.........................................................................37

13. CONTROLLER INFORMATION ...........................................................................40

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1. Introduction

This manual provides an installation guide to the EMS 5000 FirePoint, Fire Control Panel and peripheral devices. It is important that for correct installation, the instructions given in this manual are followed. Should you have any questions regarding the installation of the System 5000, please ring our technical Helpline No 08712 710804 (0800-1800 Mon-

Fri), or alternatively your regional technical support representative.

Whilst this manual provides an overall installation guide, refer to the User Manual for details on how to operate the system.

2. Warnings and Cautions

It is very important that the procedures in this installation manual are carefully followed.

This will prevent injury.

The user of this manual should be a suitably trained installer and should be familiar with all of the relevant regulations.

When installing EMS 5000 FirePoint Control Panel Unit and peripherals, it is important to use the correct fixings, which are suitable for the type of surface being secured to.

System 5000 includes components, susceptible to damage from Electro Static Discharge

(ESD). These components can be permanently damaged through routine handling, if precautions are not observed. Where handling is unavoidable, adequate earthing precautions should be taken. E.g. an earthed wrist strap.

Minimise the handling of static sensitive PCB devices. Also always transport “loose” PCB’s in containers, manufactured with ESD protective properties. Also avoid placing static sensitive devices on plastic surfaces.

This panel is CE Marked to show that it conforms to the requirements of the European

Community Directives

3. Unpacking

5000 FirePoint control panels are simple to install, provided that the recommended procedures in this manual are followed. Refer to the Engineers Operating Guide for details on the programming of system operation, and the User Manual for the overall system operation.

Care should be taken when handling 5000 FirePoint. Dropping any of the parts onto hard surfaces may cause damage to the case and internal circuitry.

Products should be kept in their packaging until installation. This minimises any risk of damage. Retain all packaging until the installation activities have been completed. Any products surplus to requirements, or requiring returning to EMS, should be returned in the original packaging.

CONTROL PANELS ARE SUPPLIED WITH ALL

DETECTOR ZONES IN TEST. PLEASE REFER TO THE

ENGINEERS OPERATING GUIDE TO MAKE ACTIVE.

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4. Installation

Following the Site Survey, System Control Panels should be positioned as stated considering:-

The recommended minimum distance between metal objects or equipment for the aerial is 400mm.

The recommended minimum distance to any electrical equipment is 2 metres, (See

Figure 1).

5. Control Panel - Removing Items before Mounting

Before mounting the unit, it is necessary that certain items be removed, so as to prevent the risk of damage to the internal circuitry.

Remove the Door Assembly from the Back Box. To achieve this, disconnect the Ribbon

Cables and Earth links, loosen the hinge screws on the Back Box side of the hinge and pull the door away. Ensure that the Door Assembly is suitably stored and that ESD precautions are observed (see Figure 2).

Establish the required cable entries. Knockouts should be made prior to fixing the Back

Box to the wall.

Ensure that the Back Box is free of swarf and other debris.

6. Mounting the Enclosure to a Wall

It is recommended that the Control Panel be mounted in accordance with the site survey so that the display is at eye level.

Achieve this firstly by securing it to the wall, via the single fixing “keyhole”, located in the top centre of the box. The box should be hung and levelled, allowing holes to be marked out for each of the four remaining mounting holes (shown on figure 3).

Once the Back Box is fitted to the wall, all external cabling should be run to the box, including the provision of an unswitched 240 volt supply. The mains cable should be dressed away from the main radio PCB and should be as short as possible.

7. Replacing Items after Mounting

Replace the Door assembly by reversing the steps given in Section 5, ensuring that all electrical connections, including the earth leads, are made.

Ensure that both UHF and VHF aerials are fitted to the top of the Control Panel. To ensure correct fitment, the aerial identified with the coloured band must be fitted to the connector identified with the coloured band. If high gain aerials are to be used they must be positioned in accordance with the site survey.

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8. Mounting Diagrams

Figure 1

Figure 2

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Figure 3

9. Powering the System

The 5000 FirePoint Control Panel has an internal 3 amp power supply and charger as standard. On larger systems and where hard-wired sounder circuits are used, it may be necessary to provide an additional power supply or increase the size of the system power supply and charger. When using an additional power supply, it should be mounted in an appropriate cabinet adjacent to the control panel. Should this be impractical, the maximum distance between the Control Panel and power supply/charger should not exceed 3 metres. Ensure that the voltage drop between the supply and the main panel does not exceed 0.5v.

The 240V power supply to the Control Panel must be made by way of an individual fused spur, situated adjacent to the Control Panel. The fused spur must have it’s own power supply circuit fitted with a 3 Amp fuse. Affix a red circuit breaker, labelled “Fire Alarm,

Do Not Switch Off”, to the circuit. It is recommended that the circuit breaker be secured from unauthorised access. The fused spur should be similarly labelled as “Fire Alarm”.

When powering up, the following procedure must be followed.

If the panel is switched off, apply the mains power to the unit and connect the batteries

(observing the correct polarity).

After the system has completed its initialisation sequence, the display will show, Figure 4 followed by Figure 5

Warm Start

FIRIS OS V1.6

Searching

. . . . . . . . . .

01 02 03 04 05 06

Figure 4 Figure 5

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When the Control Panel is first powered up, the “General Fault” LED will illuminate and the fault buzzer will sound. This continues whilst the system initialises itself and runs through self-test routines.

Once initialised, the green “Power” LED will illuminate. At this time the “General Fault”

LED will also be illuminated, whilst the display will indicate a “PR” fault. Press “SILENCE

ALARM” followed by “RESET” to clear this LED. The Control Panel will run through a series of diagnostic self tests. The illumination of the applicable LED and the sounding of the fault buzzer will indicate any errors on the display.

Under normal non fault conditions, the display will indicate status as “Normal” (see

Figure 6). If the Key Switch is left in the “On” position, the display will indicate that the panel is in “Access mode” (see Figure 7).

EMS FIRE SYSTEMS LTD EMS FIRE SYSTEMS LTD

Status Normal Panel in Access

DATE TIME

0 FOR ACCESS TIME

Figure 6 Figure 7

10. External Wiring

10.1 Hardwired Sounder

The 5000 FirePoint Control Panel includes provision for two hardwired sounder circuits.

The circuitry monitors two pairs of conductors fitted with 4k7 End of Line resistors. No connection to the control Panel should be made at this stage. The maximum current permitted is 250mA per circuit.

10.2 Hardwired Call Point

The 5000 FirePoint Control Panel includes provision for a hardwired Call Point interface.

The Control Panel monitors this input via a 4k7 End of Line resistor. No connection to the

Control Panel should be made at this stage.

Note: The external connections & wiring must be tested in the conventional manner.

Under no circumstances should the system circuitry be tested using a meggar tester, once the connections to the control panel, or peripherals, has been made.

10.3 Device Wiring

Using an Ohmmeter, check both sounder circuits to ensure that they have a 4.7k ohm resistance across the connections and that the resistance between each connection and the Control Panel earth point is greater than 20 M Ohm.

Check any Call Point external wiring. The resistance across the Call Point connection should read 4.7k. Ensure that the resistance between each connection and the Control

Panel earth point is greater than 20 M Ohm.

Once external wiring circuits have been checked, make the connections to the control panel. The Control Panel should be powered down prior to termination. Connect all external wiring to the applicable Control Panel terminals (see drawing p02910). Upon completion of this, re-power the Control Panel.

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11. Installation Advice.

Ensure that you have all equipment required to complete the installation of 5000

FirePoint.

Ensure that the correct fixings and fasteners are used for all installation work.

Observe ESD precautions.

Familiarise yourself with the system details and layout, before commencing any installation activity. Any anomalies must be addressed with the Surveyor, End user or the equipment supplier.

Ensure that the Control Panel back box is clean and free of swarf prior to fitting the internal assemblies.

Also ensure that aerials are fitted with anti tamper cones before applying 230V to the control panel.

The 240V power supply to the Control Panel must be made by way of an individual fused spur, situated adjacent to the Control Panel. The fused spur must have it’s own power supply circuit fitted with a 3 Amp fuse. Affix a red circuit breaker, labelled “Fire Alarm,

Do Not Switch Off”, to the circuit. It is recommended that the circuit breaker be secured from unauthorised access. The fused spur should be similarly labelled as “Fire Alarm”.

Wherever practical, fix detectors so that the red LED faces the main entrance to the room.

Should it be necessary to remove the two aerials fitted to the Control Panel, ensure that when refitted, the coloured band on the aerial corresponds with the coloured disk on the

BNC connector on the panel.

Ensure that the 240V AC mains supply is fused and unswitched.

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12 Device Installation

12.1 Radio Call Point

Ensure that all Call Points are sited in accordance with the survey and design details. All

Call Points must be surface mounted.

Insert the Call Point key as shown in Figure 8.

Remove the front cover. (See Figure 9).

Figure 9

Figure 8

Remove the resettable element. (Also retain this for future use) This will expose the 2 internal assembly fixing screws (as shown in Figure 10).

Fixing

Screws

Figure 10

Remove the fixing screws and separate the back box from Transmitter / Battery section.

Mount the back box 1.4m from the floor, using suitable fixings and fasteners. A minimum of 2 mounting holes must be used. Countersunk head screws must be used to avoid the possibility of causing damage to the internal components.

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Locate the Transmitter/Battery section into the back box, ensuring that the tamper switch operates correctly. The switch should also make contact with the rear of the back box/wall. (Established by the switch “clicking”).

Now replace the internal assembly fixing screws. Care must be taken, as over

tightening of the screws can prevent the element dropping on activation. Finally, reapply the element and fix the front cover back into place.

12.2 Radio Sounder

Ensure that all sounders are sited in accordance with the survey and design details.

Remove the two assembly screws from the front of the sounder. This will allow the main

Transmitter section to be separated from the Battery/Back box section. (See Figure 11).

Figure 11

Remove the batteries to expose the mounting holes as shown in Figure 12.

Affix the back box to the wall using no.8 countersunk screws with suitable fixings.

Ensure that the Sounder orientation is correct and that countersunk head screws are used so as to prevent the possibility of damaging the internal components.

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Figure 12

Insert the 3 x AA cells and 3 x C cells batteries as shown below, ensure the supplied battery ribbon is wrapped around the first AA cell to enable easy removal of the batteries at a future date. (As Figure 13).

Figure 13

Note: Observe correct battery polarity as shown above.

Connect the power lead from the back box to the front unit. Locate the Transmitter section into the back box, securing in place by the two assembly screws.

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12.3 Radio Detectors

Ensure that all Detectors are sited in accordance with the survey and design details and that, wherever practical, the red LED faces the main entrance to the room.

If the Detectors are complete, remove the ceiling mounting plate by first disengaging the detector head by turning it counter clockwise. This exposes the Radio PCB (see Figure

14).

Figure 14

Disengage the ceiling mount by pressing down the locking pin (see Figure 15) and turning the radio module counter clockwise whilst pushing it against the ceiling mount.

Figure 15

The ceiling mount will now be available for fixing to the ceiling.

Ensure that the Detector head is suitably stored so as to prevent the possibility of accidental damage.

Fix the ceiling mounting plate to the ceiling using suitable fixings and fasteners. A minimum of two mounting holes must be used.

It is important that fastener heads are flush or sub-flush with the internal surface of the ceiling mount, to avoid the risk of damaging the battery PCB.

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Important Notice:

To all installers and commissioning engineers. The EMS Smoke Detectors are supplied with their smoke sensitivity set to the standard sensitivity setting, 2.3%. (Switches 1 Off

& 2 On). The detectors switch settings and their relevant sensitivity comparisons are shown below:

OPTICAL DETECTOR SETTINGS

Smoke Sensitivity % per

M

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

High

1.6%

Std 2.3% Low

3.0%

Level 4

3.0% +

AVF*

Switch Settings 1 & 2 Off 1 Off 2

On

1 On 2

Off

1 & 2 On

*AVF = Accelerated Alarm Verification to prevent false alarms due to transient smoke.

The EMS Heat Detectors are supplied with their temperature sensitivity set to medium setting, 70

°

C fixed. (Switches 1 On & 2 Off). The detectors switch setting and their relevant sensitivity comparisons are shown below:

HEAT DETECTOR SETTINGS

Temperature

Switch Settings

Rate Of Standard Medium

Rise

58

°

C

Sensitivity

58

°

C

Sensitivity

70

°

C

1 & 2 Off 1 Off 2 On 1 On 2 Off

Low

Sensitivity

82

°

C

1 & 2 On

Please Note:

The final commissioning, system sensitivity detection settings and hand over of the

Radio Fire System to the end user is the responsibility of the fire installation contractor.

To reassemble the detector, locate the Transmitter/Battery section into the fixed ceiling mount (ensuring that locating lugs line up) and turn clockwise to achieve a positive location.

Locate the detector head to the fixed module, turning clockwise to achieve a positive location.

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12.4 Input/Output Units

Ensure that all I/O Units are sited in accordance with the survey and design details.

Remove the two lid retaining screws situated on the front cover. The front section of the unit can now be removed .

Figure 16

Offer the unit up to the wall and using the back plate as a template mark out the three fixing holes. The unit can be fixed to the wall and all external wiring connections made

(see drawing P04242).

When all connections have been made to the unit the lid can be re-fixed.

NOTE: A metal box version is available, which has the same input and output capability with the addition of external aerials.

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12.5 Combined Sounder Sensors

Ensure that all sounder sensors are sited in accordance with the survey and design details and that, wherever practical, the red LED faces the main entrance to the room.

The sounder sensor is shown in Figure 17 and consists of two separate sections.

The mounting plate is shown in Figure 18 and can be removed by turning the mounting plate whilst holding the sounder/sensor section.

Figure 17 Figure 18

The mounting plate will now be available for fixing to the ceiling. Ensure that the main section is suitably stored so as to prevent the possibility of accidental damage.

Fix the ceiling mounting plate to the ceiling using suitable fixings and fasteners. A minimum of two mounting holes must be used. It is important that fastener heads are flush or sub-flush with the internal surface of the ceiling mount, to avoid the risk of damaging the head unit.

Important Notice:

To all installers and commissioning engineers. The EMS Combined Sounder Detectors are supplied with their sensitivities set to a standard sensitivity setting. The detectors switch setting and their relevant sensitivity comparisons are shown below:

Optical Sensor Sounder (53-5191)

The Optical Sounder Sensor is capable of 4 different sensitivity settings as shown below.

Smoke Sensitivity %

Level 1

High

Level 2

Std 2.3%

Level 3

Low 3.0%

Level 4

3.0% + per M

Switch Settings

1.6%

1 & 2 Off 1 Off 2 On 1 On 2 Off

AVF*

1 & 2 On

*AVF = Accelerated Alarm Verification to prevent false alarms due to transient smoke.

Heat Sensor Sounder (53-5192)

Rate Of

Rise

Standard

Sensitivity

Medium

Sensitivity

Low

Sensitivity

Temperature 58ºC 58ºC 70ºC 82ºC

Switch Settings 1 &2 Off 1 Off 2 On 1 On 2 Off 1 & 2 On

*AVF = Accelerated Alarm Verification to prevent false alarms due to transient smoke.

Please Note:

The Final commissioning, system sensitivity detection settings and hand over of the radio fire system to the end user is the responsibility of the fire installation contractor.

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Multisensor Sounder Set Into SINGLE SMOKE or SINGLE HEAT Mode (5-

5190)

ZR432 In Smoke Only Mode

Sw

1

Sw

2

Sw

3

Sw

4

Sw

5

Sw

6

Sw

7

Mode Of Operation

Off Off Off On Off X Off High Sensitivity

On Off Off On Off X Off Normal Sensitivity

Off On Off On Off X Off Low Sensitivity

On On Off On Off X Off Low Sensitivity + AVF

ZR432 In Heat Only Mode

Sw

1

Sw

2

Sw

3

Sw

4

Sw

5

Sw

6

Sw

7

Mode Of Operation

Off Off Off Off On X Off 58ºC ROR

On Off Off Off On X Off 58ºC fixed

Off On Off Off On X Off 70ºC fixed

On On Off Off On X Off 82ºC fixed

X – Not Used

AVF – Average

ROR – Rate Of Rise

Dip Switches 1 & 2 remain as heat level/optical sensitivity settings

Dip Switch 3 has no effect whilst single detector mode

Dip Switches 4 & 5 are heat and smoke settings.

Dip Switch 7 is OFF compatibility mode disabled.

Multisensor Sensitivity

The Multisensor set into single heat mode has new specified sensitivity levels of detection. These are supported by current standards (EN54 part 7).

Multisensor Set into Both SMOKE & HEAT Mode

ZR432 in Dual Mode

Sw Sw Sw

1 2 3

Sw

4

Sw

5

Sw

6

Sw

7

Heat

Band

Optical

Sensitivity

Off Off Off On On X Off

On Off Off On On X Off

Off On Off On On X Off

On On Off On On X Off

58ºC

58ºC

58ºC

58ºC

Normal

Medium

Low

Low+AVF

Sw

1

Sw

2

Sw

3

Sw

4

Sw

5

Sw

6

Sw

7

Off Off On On On X Off

On Off On On On X Off

Off On On On On X Off

On On On On On X Off

Heat

Band

72ºC

72ºC

72ºC

72ºC

Optical

Sensitivity

Normal

Medium

Low

Low+AVF

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Sw

1

Sw

2

Sw

3

Sw

4

Sw

5

Sw

6

Sw

7

Off Off Off Off Off X Off

On Off Off Off Off X Off

Off On Off Off Off X Off

On On Off Off Off X Off

Heat

Band

58ºC

58ºC

58ºC

58ºC

Optical

Sensitivity

Normal

Medium

Low

Low+AVF

Sw

1

Sw

2

Sw

3

Sw

4

Sw

5

Sw

6

Sw

7

Off Off On Off Off X Off

On Off On Off Off X Off

Off On On Off Off X Off

On On On Off Off X Off

Heat

Band

72ºC

72ºC

Optical

Sensitivity

Normal

Medium

Low

Low+AVF

72ºC

72 º C

X – Not Used

AVF – Average

Algorithm 1 Characteristics: If there is an increase in heat detection, the algorithm will set the optical sensitivity setting one level higher. I.e. the optical detector becomes more sensitive.

Algorithm 2 Characteristics: If there is no increase in heat detection, the algorithm will set the optical sensitivity setting one level lower. I.e. the optical detector becomes less sensitive.

Dip Switches 1 & 2 remain as heat level/optical sensitivity settings

Dip Switch 3 will control the heat/optical sensitivity band.

Dip Switches 4 & 5 are both ON or both OFF For Algorithms 1 or 2.

Dip Switch 7 is OFF compatibility mode disabled.

To reassemble the detector, locate the head section into the fixed ceiling mount

(ensuring that locating lugs line up) and turn clockwise to achieve a positive location.

Figure 19

Within the Volume/Option switches, switch number 1, when in the “ON” position sets the tamper to disabled. However flicking the switch to the “OFF” position enables the tamper feature. This would be set before the device is set into it’s final location.

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13. Controller Information

TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE 5000 CONTROLLER

Dimensions:

Operating Frequencies:

330mm x 450mm x 116mm

VHF – 173.2 MHz – 173.5MHz (receiver)

UHF – 458.5 MHz – 459.5 MHz (transmitter)

Operating Temperature:

Humidity:

-10 to 55 degrees C

Up to 75% non-Condensing.

Channel Spacing: 25 kHz

Output Transmitter Power: 0.75W (500 mW) (+ 27DBH)

Supply: 240v 50 Hz

Current Consumption:

Operating Voltages:

Battery space:

Inputs:

Outputs:

Standards:

Recommended battery replacement intervals:

260mA in standby

24v DC nominal

2 x 12volt 9Ah batteries (not supplied)

EMS only recommend: Panasonic Model No:

UP-RW1245P1 or a battery of equivalent specification

1 x 27v DC

2 x 0.25amp 24v DC sounder outputs

2 x auxiliary fire relays

2 x auxiliary fault relays

1 x RS 485 serial port

1 x RS 232 serial port

Designed to comply to BS5839 part 4 and

EN54 - 2

Standby 9Ah batteries – 2 years

Lithium clock and RAM batteries – 5 years

(Re-order no – 5-5812)

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EMS Group Head Office

Technology House,

Sea Street

Herne Bay,

Kent CT6 8JZ

England

Tel: +44 (0) 8712 710804

Fax: +44 (0) 1227 369679

Email: [email protected]

www.emsgroup.co.uk

Dealer Information:

The information contained within this literature is correct at time of publishing. The EMS Group reserves the right to change any information regarding products as part of its continual development enhancing new technology and reliability. The EMS Group advises that any product literature issue numbers are checked with its head office prior to any formal specifications being written.

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Key Features

  • Internal 3 amp power supply and charger
  • Two hardwired sounder circuits
  • Hardwired Call Point interface
  • VHF and UHF radio capabilities
  • RS 485 serial port
  • RS 232 serial port
  • CE Marked
  • Designed to comply with BS5839 part 4 and EN54-2

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the recommended minimum distance between the EMS 5000 FirePoint and electrical equipment?
The recommended minimum distance to any electrical equipment is 2 metres.
What is the maximum distance between the Control Panel and the power supply/charger?
The maximum distance between the Control Panel and power supply/charger should not exceed 3 metres.
What is the maximum current permitted per sounder circuit?
The maximum current permitted is 250mA per circuit.
What type of fixings should be used for mounting the EMS 5000 FirePoint?
It is important to use the correct fixings, which are suitable for the type of surface being secured to.
How should the 240V power supply to the Control Panel be made?
The 240V power supply to the Control Panel must be made by way of an individual fused spur, situated adjacent to the Control Panel.
How should the aerials for the EMS 5000 FirePoint be fitted?
Ensure that both UHF and VHF aerials are fitted to the top of the Control Panel. To ensure correct fitment, the aerial identified with the coloured band must be fitted to the connector identified with the coloured band.
What should be done before terminating the external wiring connections?
The Control Panel should be powered down prior to termination.
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