NFS-640 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - Pyro
Pyro-Comm Systems, Inc
15531 Container Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
714-902-8000 Fax 714-902-8001
C10-612153
Section 1 Operating Information
Section 5 Periodic Testing and Maintenance
Normal Standby Operation.
1.
Green POWER indicator lit steadily.
2.
Red FIRE ALARM indicator off.
3.
Yellow TROUBLE indicators off.
To ensure proper and reliable operation, system inspection and testing should be
scheduled monthly, or as required by NFPA 72H or local fire codes. A qualified
Service Representative should perform testing.
Before Testing: Notify fire department and/or central alarm receiving station if
alarm condition is transmitted. Notify facility personnel of the test so alarm
sounding devices are ignored during the test period.
After Testing: Notify all fire, central station, and/or building personnel when
testing is complete.
Alarm Condition.
1.
Red FIRE ALARM indicator lit.
2.
Alarm signaling devices activated.
3.
Option module (remote station or supplementary alarm relay) activated.
4.
Alarm information visible on LCD display.
Alarm Reset. After locating and correcting the alarm condition, reset the control
panel by pressing the SYSTEM RESET switch.
Trouble Conditions. Activation of trouble signal under normal operation
indicates a condition that requires immediate attention. Contract your local
service representative. Silence the audible signal by pressing the
ACKNOWLEDGE/SCROLL DISPLAY switch. The trouble indicator will remain
illuminated.
Section 2 Switch Functions
Acknowledge/Scroll Display. This silences the piezo sounder and changes all
flashing conditions to steady. Only one press is necessary, regardless of the
number of new alarms, troubles, or supervisory signals. If the piezo is silenced, it
sends an acknowledge message to the printer and history file. ACKNOWLEDGE
also automatically sends a special command to silence piezo sounders on the
LCD-80 and ACS Annunciators. If more than one event exists, it advances the
display to the next item and displays it for 3 seconds, or until the
ACKNOWLEDGE/SCROLL DISPLAY switch is pressed again (Scroll Display
function).
Signal Silence. SIGNAL SILENCE performs all the functions of
ACKNOWLDEGE. In addition, if an alarm exists, it turns off all silenceable
circuits and illuminates the SIGNALS SILENCED indicator. It also sends a
SIGNALS SILENCED message to the LCD display, printer, and history file. A
subsequent alarm will then resound the system.
Notes:
1. This unit is programmed to inhibit signal silence for
seconds
2. This unit is programmed to automatically silence alarm signal after
minutes.
Drill. The NFS-640 waits for DRILL switch to be pressed for 2 seconds (to
prevent accidental activations), then turns on all silenceable circuits (all FCM1modules/bell circuits that are programmed silenceable), and turns off the
SIGNALS SILENCED LED. It sends a Drill Activated message to the LCD
display, LCD-80, printer, and History file.
System Reset. Resets the control panel in standalone applications. Resets
panel when enabled in network applications.
Lamp Test. Press and hold the switch to lamp-test the LEDs.
Section 3 LED Indicators
Power. Green LED which illuminates when primary power is applied to the
control panel.
Fire Alarm. Red LED that flashes when one or more alarms occur. Illuminates
steadily after alarms are acknowledged, and turns off when SYSTEM RESET is
pressed after alarm clears.
Pre-Alarm. Red LED that flashes when a pre-alarm threshold is reached. The
LCD display indicates if it is an ALERT or ACTION pre-alarm.
Security. Blue LED that illuminates for a security alarm. LED turns off after the
alarm clears and SYSTEM RESET is pressed.
Supervisory. Yellow LED that flashes when a Supervisory, Hazard Alert or
Tamper condition occurs, such as a sprinkler valve tamper condition. The LED
turns off when the Supervisory condition clears. The Hazard Alert or Tamper
indication will latch until reset.
System Trouble. Yellow LED that flashes when one or more troubles occur.
Goes on steadily when ACKNOWLEDGE is pressed, and turns off when all
trouble conditions are cleared. Will illuminate if the microprocessor watchdog
timer fails (CPU FAIL).
Signals Silenced. Yellow LED that illuminates after SIGNALS SILENCED has
been pressed. Turns off when DRILL or SYSTEM RESET is pressed.
Point Disabled. Yellow LED that illuminates when one or more points are
disabled. The LCD will indicate which points have been disabled. Turns off
when points are re-enabled.
Section 4 Audible Tone Indicator
Alarm. A continuous sounding tone.
Trouble/Security. A slow, pulsating tone signal having an equal on and off time.
Supervisory. A fast, pulsating tone signal having an equal on and off time.
NFS-640 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section 6 Audio/Telephone System Information
Section 6 applies to voice and telephone systems only!
AMG-1 Audio Message Generator.
Audio Level: This green LED is illuminated when the audio level is correct.
All Call: This green LED toggles ON and OFF with each press of the All Call
switch.
On Line: This green LED normally illuminates to show that the control panel is
communicating with the Audio Message Generator.
Trouble: This yellow LED illuminates to indicate the presence of a trouble local
to the audio equipment (AMG, FFT and Amplifiers).
All Call switch: The All Call switch, when pressed, is used to activate all
speaker circuits. These speaker circuits will deactivate when the All Call switch
is pressed again (toggle function), provided an alarm is not present. If an alarm
is present, the speaker circuits remain active until manually turned off or until the
system is reset. In dual-channel applications, press either All Call switch for the
same result.
Speaker Volume: The local speaker volume control adjusts the volume of the
speaker located on the AMG. It will not affect the volume of the speakers
installed throughout the facility. If necessary, turn the volume down to prevent
feedback during paging operations.
Microphone: The microphone is used for paging operations. To page, select
the speaker circuit(s) that you wish to page to by using the control switches on
the VCM, DCM or ACS or by using the All Call switch on the AMG. Press the
switch on the side of the microphone and speak into the microphone. Talk loudly
enough to cause the green Audio Level LED to illuminate. If the Audio Level
LED remains off for 30 seconds, a system trouble will result.
Speaker Circuit Select: To turn a speaker circuit on, press the control button
for a specific speaker circuit on the VCM, DCM or ACS. The LED for the circuit
selected will illuminate. The control button toggles the state of this circuit.
Tone/Message Select: To select an audio output function (voice message or
audio tone), press the control button. Note: An active audio function may have
to be deactivated before selecting the next function.
Dual-Channel Select: To select a channel, press the control button for the
desired channel. The LED on that point will illuminate. The control button
toggles the selection of the channel. Channels must be selected for each
speaker zone in a dual channel system.
FFT-7 and FFT-7S Fire Fighters Telephone.
Page Mode (FFT-7 only): The green LED will illuminate when the Page switch
is depressed.
On Line: This green LED will illuminate to show that power is applied to the
FFT-7/FFT-7S.
Phone Trouble: This yellow LED illuminates to indicate an internal circuit
trouble.
Line Trouble: This yellow LED illuminates to indicate an external circuit trouble.
Page switch: The Page switch allows the firefighter to page from the FFT. To
page, select the speaker circuits that will carry the page by using the control
button or by using the All Call switch on the adjacent
AMG-1. Press the Page switch and talk loud enough into the handset to cause
the green audio level LED on the AMG-1 to illuminate.
Incoming Calls: The green LED on the VCM mapped to a telephone circuit will
flash and the piezo will beep. DO NOT PRESS THE ACKNOWLEDGE
BUTTON IN THIS CASE! To answer the incoming call, pick up the master
handset and press the control button. Wait until the caller is connected (audible
click in the receiver). To disconnect the call, momentarily press the telephone
circuit control button again.
Remote Paging: Answer the incoming call as described above. Press the Page
switch on the FFT-7 and select the required speaker circuits by using the control
buttons or the All Call switch on the adjacent AMG-1. Any caller connected the
FFT-7 from a remote location can now page to the selected speaker circuits.
LOCAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
Pyro-Comm Systems Inc.
15531 Container Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
714-902-8000
(This sheet shall be posted adjacent to the Control Panel)
2/5/2010
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