Driver Manual FS-8700-137 Hochiki FireNET

Driver Manual FS-8700-137 Hochiki FireNET
A Sierra Monitor Company
Driver Manual
(Supplement to the FieldServer Instruction Manual)
FS-8700-137 Hochiki FireNET
APPLICABILITY & EFFECTIVITY
Effective for all systems manufactured after February 2010
Driver Version:
Document Revision:
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2
FS-8700-137 Hochiki Manual
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
Hochiki Description ........................................................................................................................................ 3
2
Driver Scope of Supply ................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1
Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver .....................................................................................4
rd
2.2
Provided by the Supplier of 3 Party Equipment ..........................................................................................4
rd
2.2.1
Required 3 Party Hardware .................................................................................................................4
3
Hardware Connections ................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1
Connection to FS-X30 ....................................................................................................................................5
3.2
Connection to FS-X20, FS-X40 ........................................................................................................................5
4
Data Array Parameters ................................................................................................................................... 6
5
Configuring the FieldServer as a Hochiki Client .............................................................................................. 7
5.1
Client Side Connection Parameters ...............................................................................................................7
5.2
Client Side Node Parameters .........................................................................................................................8
5.3
Client Side Map Descriptor Parameters .........................................................................................................9
5.3.1
FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters ...................................................................................9
5.3.2
Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters ...........................................................................................9
5.4
Panel Map Descriptor Examples. .................................................................................................................10
5.5
Loop Map Descriptor Examples. ..................................................................................................................11
5.6
Communication Bus Map Descriptor Example. ...........................................................................................12
Appendix A. Useful Features ................................................................................................................................ 13
Appendix A.1. Data Synchronisation .......................................................................................................................13
Appendix B. Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................... 14
Appendix B.1. Heartbeat data .................................................................................................................................14
Appendix B.2. Using HyperTerminal to address Communication Problems............................................................14
Appendix C. Reference......................................................................................................................................... 15
Appendix C.1. Data Types ........................................................................................................................................15
Appendix C.1.1. Heartbeat: ..............................................................................................................................15
Appendix C.1.2. Troubles: .................................................................................................................................15
Appendix C.1.3. Alarms: ...................................................................................................................................15
Appendix C.1.4. Panel Troubles: .......................................................................................................................16
Appendix C.2. Event number and description Table ...............................................................................................16
Appendix C.3. Message Types Recognised by the Driver ........................................................................................17
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HOCHIKI DESCRIPTION
The Hochiki Serial driver allows the FieldServer to record data from Hochiki FireNET panels over RS-232 as per
“Serial Port Spec Issue 2.37.pdf”. There is no active polling by this driver; the communications are one-way
through the panel's PC port (J5). The FieldServer acts as a Client; receives messages and records the status of a
Panel. The panel MUST output messages in ASCII format in English.
This driver is not capable of emulating a Hochiki panel.
The Hochiki FireNET panel can be a standalone panel or can be part of network. Each Fire Alarm Panel on Network
is considered as a Node. 64 Nodes can exist on one network.
Hochiki panel sends the events to the PC (J5) port. The FieldServer captures these events in text form, parses and
stores them in Data Arrays. These Data Arrays can be monitored by third party tools. Since the FieldServer does
not actively poll for data, the accuracy and timeliness of the stored data is limited to the frequency of update
messages that the Hochiki Fire Panel issues.
Please note that the FieldServer can be configured with a large number of points. The point limits purchased with
the FieldServer prevent the entire database from being accessed in any one application. It is therefore strongly
advisable to ensure that only the point addresses of interest are configured, and that the FieldServer is purchased
with the correct point count.
The types of Hochiki panel messages supported by this driver are summarized later in the manual. A detailed table
shows each type of message the FieldServer recognizes and the effect that it has on the status of the points in the
Data Array.
Max Nodes Supported
FieldServer Mode
Client
Server
Nodes
1
N/A
Comments
Only one Hochiki PC Interface(J5) per port
This driver cannot be configured as a Server
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DRIVER SCOPE OF SUPPLY
2.1
Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver
FieldServer Technologies PART #
FS-8915-10
FS-8915-10
FS-8917-18
2.2
Description
UTP cable (7 foot) for Ethernet connection
UTP cable (7 foot) for RS-232 use
RJ45 to DB9F connector adapter ( only with FSx20 and FSx40 )
Provided by the Supplier of 3 rd Party Equipment
2.2.1 Required 3 r d Party Hardware
Part #
Description
X187/S187
Ethernet 10/100 BaseT hub
Programming cable to connect at communication port J5 of Hochiki panel
Not all FieldServer models support 100BaseT. Consult the appropriate instruction manual for details of the Ethernet speed supported by
specific hardware.
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HARDWARE CONNECTIONS
Connection to FS-X30
PC J5 Port
X187/S187
FS-X30
Connection to FS-X20, FS-X40
FS-8917-18 Pinouts
PC J5 Port
X187/S187
DB9M
3.2
FS Function
RX
CTS
DSR
GND
DTR
RTS
TX
RJ45 Pin#
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
DB9M Pin#
2
8
6
5
1
7
3
Color
White
Brown
Yellow
Green
Black
Orange
Blue
FS-8917-18
FS-8915-10
8
FieldServer
1
P1
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DATA ARRAY PARAMETERS
Data Arrays are “protocol neutral” data buffers for storage of data to be passed between protocols. It is necessary
to declare the data format of each of the Data Arrays to facilitate correct storage of the relevant data.
Section Title
Data_Arrays
Column Title
Function
Data_Array_Name
Provide name for Data Array
Data_Array_Format
Data_Array_Length
Provide data format. Each Data Array can only take on one
format.
Number of Data Objects. Must be larger than the data storage
area required by the Map Descriptors for the data being placed in
this array.
Legal Values
Up
to
15
alphanumeric
characters
UInt16,
SInt16,
UInt32, Float
1-10, 000
Example
// Data Arrays
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name
DA_HB
DA_1_PANEL
DA_1_PNL_TRBLS
DA_1L1_TROUBLES
DA_1L1_EVENTS
1PNL_DEV_EVENTS
1PNL_DEV_TRBLS
, Data_Array_Format
, UInt32
, UInt16,
, SInt16
, SInt16
, UInt16
, UInt16
, SInt16
, Data_Array_Length
,1
, 13
, 74
, 123
, 127
, 528
, 33
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CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A HOCHIKI CLIENT
For a detailed discussion on FieldServer configuration, please refer to the FieldServer Configuration Manual. The
information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory defaults provided in the configuration files
included with the FieldServer (See “.csv” sample files provided with the FieldServer).
This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer to communicate
with a Hochiki FireNET panel.
The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces, and the routing of data required. In order to enable
the FieldServer for Hochiki FireNet communications, the driver independent FieldServer buffers need to be
declared in the “Data Arrays” section, the destination device addresses need to be declared in the “Client Side
Nodes” section, and the data required from the servers needs to be mapped in the “Client Side Map Descriptors”
section. Details on how to do this can be found below.
Note that in the tables, * indicates an optional parameter, with the bold legal value being the default.
5.1
Client Side Connection Parameters
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Port
Protocol
Baud*
Parity*
Data_Bits*
Stop_Bits*
Timeout*
Function
Specify which port the device is connected to the FieldServer
Specify protocol used
Specify baud rate
Specify parity
Specify data bits
Specify stop bits
Specify HeartBeat timeout. Refer to Appendix C.1.1
Legal Values
1
P1-P8, R1-R2
Hochiki
19200
None
8
1
0-3600s, 20s
Example
//
Client Side Connections
Connections
Port , Protocol
P1
, Hochiki
, Baud
, 19200
, Parity
, None
, Data_Bits
,8
, Stop_Bits
,1
, Timeout
, 20s
1
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports available
on specific hardware. R1 and R2 can be used only with RS485 to RS232 converter.
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Client Side Node Parameters
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Function
Node_Name
Provide name for Node
Node_ID*
Protocol
Provide the address of the Panel
Specify Protocol used
Specify through which port the device is connected to the
FieldServer
Connection
Legal Values
Up
to
32
characters
1 – 64
Hochiki
P1-P8, R1-R2
alphanumeric
2
Example
// Client Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name
HOC_01
, Node_ID,
,1
, Protocol
, Hochiki
, Connection
, P1
2
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports available
on specific hardware.
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Client Side Map Descriptor Parameters
5.3.1 FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Map_Descriptor_Name
Data_Array_Name
Function
Name of this Map Descriptor
Name of Data Array where data is to be
stored in the FieldServer
Data_Array_Offset
Starting location in Data Array
Function
Function of Client Map Descriptor
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
One of the Data Array names from
Section 4
0 to (Data_Array_Length-1) as specified
in Section 4
Passive
5.3.2 Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Function
Node_Name
Name of Node to fetch data from
Data_Type
Data type
Length
Address*
Max_Sub_Address*
Loop
Length of Map Descriptor indicates the number of devices except
in the case of panel related messages where it is the number of
Data Array elements that will be used to store data.
Device address – offset into the data array where data will be
stored for a particular device. Specify 0 to store loop events or
troubles unrelated to any specific device on the loop.
Maximum number of sub addresses of device. If there is no sub
address or Data_Type is Trouble specify Specify the SLC loop number
Legal Values
One of the Node
names specified in
Section 5.2.
Panel, Panel_Trouble,
Trouble,
Alarm,
Panel_Device_Alarm,
Panel_Device_Trouble,
HeartBeat
1,2,3 …
0,1,2…
-,1,2,3…
1,2,3…
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Panel Map Descriptor Examples.
The following panel level Map Descriptors are used to process panel related messages.
HOC_HB Map Descriptor increments the value of DA_HB Data Array upon receiving Heartbeat message from the panel. It will store a 0 value if there is a timeout and will
also mark the Node offline.
HOC_1_PANEL Map Descriptor stores the panel state.
HOC_1_PANEL_TROUBLES Map Descriptor stores panel troubles.
// Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
HOC_HB
HOC_1_PANEL
HOC_1_PANEL_TROUBLE
Specify Data Array
name (declared in
Section 4) to store
data from the
panel.
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_HB
, DA_1_PANEL
, DA_1_PNL_TRBLS
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
,0
Specify Node name
(declared in Section
5.2) from which data
will be stored.
Node is associated
with the Node
address of the panel
, Function
, Passive
, Passive
, Passive
, Node_Name
, HOC_01
, HOC_01
, HOC_01
, Data_Type
, HeartBeat
, Panel
, Panel_Trouble
Specify:
HeartBeat to store HeartBeat counts.
Panel to store panel state.
Panel_Troubles to store panel troubles.
Refer to Appendix C.1
, Length
,1
, 13
, 74
Here length is the
number of Data Array
elements that will be
used to store data.
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Loop Map Descriptor Examples.
The following Loop level Map Descriptors are used to process loop or loop device messages
HOC_1L1_TROUBLES Map Descriptor is used to store troubles from Loop 1. The number of loop troubles is stored at offset 0. The number of troubles for each device is
stored at the offset corresponding to the device address. Refer to Appendix C.1.2 for more information.
HOC_1L1_EVENTS Map Descriptor is used to store all events other than troubles for loop1. Loop events unrelated to any specific device are stored at offset 0. The total
number of events for each device is stored at the offset corresponding to the device address. The storage format is described in Appendix C.1.3
HOC_1L1_EVENTS2 is an example of the device address 14 and have 2 sub addresses. Driver will store events for first sub address at offset 14 and for 2nd address at
offset 15.
Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
HOC_1L1_TROUBLES
HOC_1L1_EVENTS
HOC_1L1_EVENTS2
Data Array name
(declared in
Section 4) to store
data from panel.
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_1L1_TROUBLES
, DA_1L1_EVENTS
, DA_1L1_EVENTS
Node name
(declared in
Section 5.2) from
which data will be
stored.
Node is associated
with the Node
address of the
panel
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
, 14
, Function
, Passive
, Passive
, Passive
Trouble: to store
number of troubles on
device or on loop.
Alarm: to store all
events other than
Troubles on Loop or
device. See Appendix
C.1.3 for more
information
, Node_Name
, HOC_01
, HOC_01
, HOC_01
, Data_Type
, Trouble
, Alarm
, Alarm
Offset into data array
where data from a
particular device will
be stored.
Specify 0 to store
loop events or
troubles unrelated to
any device on loop.
, Address
,0
,0
, 14
, Max_Sub_Address
,,,2
Maximum
number of sub
addresses of
device. If there is
no sub address
or Data_Type is
Trouble specify -
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, Loop
,1
,1
,1
, Length
, 16
, 14
,2
Number of sequential
devices. If Max_sub_address
is non-zero then length
should be the number of
devices * max_sub_address.
Any range of devices i.e.
address to address+number
of devices should have same
max_sub_adress
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Communication Bus Map Descriptor Example.
The following communication bus Map Descriptors are used to store events from devices connected directly to the panel.
HOC_1_PANEL_DEVTROUBLE Map Descriptor stores troubles from two devices with address 1 and 2. For storage format refer to Appendix C.1.2.
HOC_1_PANEL_DEV Map Descriptor stores all events other than troubles from two devices with address 1 and 2 each with 16 sub addresses
Events from device 1, sub-addresses 1-16 will be stored in Data_Array 1PNL_DEV_EVENTS at offsets 0-15. Events from device 2, sub-address 1-16 will be stored at offsets
16-31. For storage format refer to Appendix C.1.3.
// Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
HOC_1_PANEL_DEVTROUBLE
HOC_1_PANEL_DEV
Data Array name
(declared in
Section 4) to store
data from panel.
, Data_Array_Name , Data_Array_Offset , Function , Node_Name , Data_Type
, Address , Max_Sub_Address , Length
, 1PNL_DEV_TRBLS , 0
, Passive , HOC_01
, Panel_Device_Trouble , 1
,,2
, 1PNL_DEV_EVENTS , 0
, Passive ,HOC_01
, Panel_Device_Alarm , 1
, 16
, 32
Node name
(declared in
Section 5.2) from
which data will be
stored.
Node is associated
with node address
of panel
Specify
Panel_Device_Trouble to
store number of troubles
on device.
Panel_Device_Alarm to
store all events other than
Troubles on device.
Offset into data array
where data from the
first device will be
stored.
Specify
Maximum number of sub
addresses of device. If there is no
sub address or Data_Type is
Panel_Device_Trouble specify -
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Specify
Number of sequential devices. If
Max_sub_address is non-zero
then length should be number of
devices * max_sub_address.
Any range of devices i.e address
to address+number of devices
should have same
max_sub_adress
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Appendix A. USEFUL FEATURES
Appendix A.1. Data Synchronisation
The Fire Panel and the FieldServer can be synchronised as follows:
When in its normal state i.e. when no alarms or troubles are present, the panel can be connected to the
FieldServer. The FieldServer will then reset its internal data.
Cycling power to the panel while connected to the FieldServer will cause the FieldServer to reset its
internal data to synchronise with the panel.
Note: Pressing “RESET” on the panel will not force the panel to resend all the alarms and troubles to FieldServer.
Resetting the panel sends only latched alarms e.g. Fire.
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Appendix B. TROUBLESHOOTING
Appendix B.1. Heartbeat data
If HeartBeat data is frequently reset to 0 the timeout parameter value declared on the connection may be too
short. The Panel sends a HeartBeat message after every 5 to 10 seconds - the timeout value should be set to 20 –
30s.
Appendix B.2. Using HyperTerminal to address Communication Problems
If the Heartbeat value is always 0 and the connection overview screen shows no increments to Rx Char on the
Hochiki connection, connect the panel to HyperTerminal and attempt to generate an event. If there is no message
on the HyperTerminal, obtain the correct settings from the manufacturer to allow the panel to communicate with
HyperTerminal. Retry connecting to the FieldServer using the same connection parameters as used in
HyperTerminal.
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Appendix C. REFERENCE
Appendix C.1. Data Types
Appendix C.1.1.
Heartbeat:
The Driver increments the value by 1 whenever it receives a Heartbeat message from the panel. If the panel times
out (no heartbeat message received in the time specified by the timeout parameter on the connection) the Driver
stores a value of 0 indicating communication loss and will also mark the Node offline. The panel sends a heartbeat
message after every 5-10 seconds – the timeout value should be set to 20-30s.
Appendix C.1.2.
Troubles:
The Driver stores the number of troubles currently existing on any loop, loop device or communication bus device.
The Driver increments the value upon receiving a trouble message and decrements it when a trouble cleared
message is received.
Appendix C.1.3.
Alarms:
The Driver stores different alarm types as 16bit integers as per the table below
Alarm Type
Decimal value
FIRE
1
FIRE DRILL
2
PRE ALARM
4
SECURITY
8
DISABLEMENT
16
SUPERVISORY
32
STATUS
64
EMERGENCY
128
AUXILIARY
256
SILENCE ALARM
512
RESET
1024
USER MESSAGE (Alarm Resound)
2048
TEST MODE
4096
If a device has more than one event, the value will be the sum of both events, e.g. if the device is Supervisory and
Pre alarm the driver will store the value 32+4=36
Individual alarms can be extracted from these integers by using the Bit_Extract function. Refer to the FieldServer
Configuration manual for an example.
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Panel Troubles:
Panel troubles are troubles that are not associated with any device or loop, e.g. Battery Disconnected or Low
Battery Voltage.
The Driver stores each trouble at a different memory location as per the event number. Refer to Appendix C.2
Appendix C.2. Event number and description Table
Event #
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Event Descriptor
Internal trouble
Maintenance trouble
Detector removed
Slave line open circuit
Slave line short circuit
Disconnected trouble
Double address
Monitored output trouble
Unknown device
Unexpected device
Wrong device type
Initialising Device
System initialising
Autolearn
New config downloaded from PC
Ground trouble
Loop wiring trouble. Press ? for details
Loop short circuit
Loop open circuit
AC Power Failure
Low battery voltage
Battery disconnected
Battery voltage too high
Aux 24V fuse trouble
Charger Trouble
Processor Watch Dog operated
Bad data trouble
Unknown event trouble
Pre alarm
Calibration failed trouble
Device initializing
Input Activated
Cause & Effect Active
Loop Not Installed
Unexpected Loop
Sub address limit reached
I/O Module not installed
Event #
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
Event Descriptor
Unexpected I/O Module
Unexpected network node
Unknown network type
Network node missing
Unexpected network card
Network card not installed
Network card address incorrect
Network open or short circuit
Network comms trouble
Network comms timeout
Network address invalid
Fire Drill Active
Unknown
Communicator Missing
Comms Fail
Comms Phone Line 1 Trouble
Comms Phone Line 1 Restored
Comms Phone Line 2 Trouble
Comms Phone Line 2 Restored
Disabled device
Disabled zone
Disabled loop
All sounders disabled
Disabled panel input
Disabled panel output
CE disablement
Buzzer Disabled
Printer Disabled
Ground trouble Disabled
Disablement
Test mode
Unexpected IO Board
IO Board Missing
Enunciator missing
Unexpected IO Board
Sensor Fire test pass
Sensor Fire test fail
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Appendix C.3. Message Types Recognized by the Driver
Message Type
Heartbeat
Fire
Fire drill
Pre alarm
Security
Disablement
Supervisory
Status
Emergency
Auxiliary
Silence alarm
Reset
User message (resound)
Test mode
Trouble
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