Self-Diagnostic/Self-Test Circuitry Intelli-Charge CE-17200

Self-Diagnostic/Self-Test Circuitry Intelli-Charge CE-17200
standard features - general
• The Intelli-Charge is designed around an 8 bit
microprocessor to provide unmatched reliability
and performance.
• Microprocessor controlled standard features
include: 8 bit microprocessor (μp), AC lockout
mode, transformer-isolated input, AC power
indicator, charge status indicator, audible user
interface controls. Unit equipment includes
optional hand held IR remote (ICIR), on-board
IR receiver, visual LED fault indicator, tactile
push-to-test switch, brownout protection, lowvoltage battery disconnect, precision temperature
compensation
charger
• The on-board thermal detection feature of
the Intelli-Charge microprocessor allows for a
precision temperature compensation algorithm
equal to 3 mV per degree C.
• Standard charger features include: 120/277
VAC, 60 Hz standard input, μp controlled, linear,
temperature compensation, reverse battery
polarity detection and protection, reverse utility
power detection and protection.
transfer
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μp controlled, solid state.
Low voltage battery disconnect (LVD).
Brownout detection circuit.
Two available LED output circuits.
Unit equipment includes optional time delay 15-minute (for compliance to Article 700.16 of the
NEC).
• AC line latch.
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Audible and non-audible versions available.
Silence alarm button on audible versions.
Visual LED fault display.
Battery failure.
Battery disconnect.
Charger failure.
Lamp/LED failure.
Transfer failure.
• The Intelli-Charge diagnostic/charging platform
with optional self-testing mode automatically runs a
one minute self-test every 30 days and a 30 minute
test on the sixth and twelfth month.
• A one minute or 90 minute test may be initiated via
the push to test switch on the unit or by activating
the appropriate test command on the optional IR
test device.
• * Note: NFPA 101 does not allow a self-testing
diagnostics board to run the required annual 90
minute test. Refer to the 2006 version of NFPA
101, section 7.9.3.1.2 (1) through (7).
available accessory item
• Hand-held IR interface, see ordering information
and drawing below.
• Indoor range: 30-40 ft.
• Outdoor range: varies depending on exposure to
sun.
Optional hand held testing device: ICIR
System Reset: Two presses of "SILENCE ALARM"
button followed by two presses of "CANCEL"
button.
Interpretation of Flashing Indicator lights on
Equipment:
Green LED Indicator:
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Steady On - Normal
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Slow Flash - Battery Charging
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Fast Flash - Unit is self-testing
Red LED Indicator:
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Single Flash - Battery Fault
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Double Flash - Lamp Failure
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Triple Flash - Charger Fault
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Quad Flash - Emergency Transfer Failure
Red and Green LED indicators flashing together:
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Slow Flashing - Low Line Voltage
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Fast Flashing - High Line Voltage
Unit Equipment Lamp Calibration
Press "Silence Alarm" twice followed by one press
of "Cancel" and one press of "Silence Alarm"
For Service Call (910)259-1000
Series
Intelli-Charge
2.13"
(5.41cm)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
CE-17200 03/13 Self-Diagnostic/Self-Test
Circuitry
Intelli-Charge
Exits and Unit Equipment
Intelli-Charge
Specifier’s Reference
Project
Type
Model No.
Comments
• The Intelli-Charge diagnostics monitoring circuit is
continuous and in real time.
• The benefits of real time monitoring allows the
microprocessor to self-heal all fault conditions
when remedied, excluding lamp failure on unit
equipment (lamp failure is considered most critical
and requires a transfer test to clear the fault after
re-lamping).
• In doing so, there is no need to reset the system
after maintenance.
ICIR – Intelli-Charge
Infra-Red
Remote
rev. 5,
optional self-testing* (standard on select
models)
diagnostics
ICIR
CE-17200
3.38"
(8.58cm)
CE-17200
Intelli-Charge for Exits and Unit Equipment
rev. 5,
system operation
LED light engine and lamp load monitoring
• The Intelli-Charge microprocessor has command of all critical circuit
functions and operations including battery charging, emergency transfer,
brownout detection, AC lockout/line latch, internal and remote load
detection, temperature compensation as well as providing the outputs to
signal trouble/faults.
• Fault detection is always provided in a visual format with the option to have
audible alarms as well.
• When audible diagnostics are used, the visual fault indicator (LED) and
audible tone will be synchronized for clear fault identification.
• All faults are self healing; that is, when the μp detects a corrected fault
situation, the visual and audible fault modes are cleared and the fixture
returns to the normal operating mode, excluding lamp failure on unit
equipment (lamp failure is considered most critical and requires a transfer
test to clear the fault after re-lamping).
• A silence alarm feature is also provided to provide adequate time to
clear the fault without having the audible alarm active while performing
maintenance; in this case, the visual indicator remains active.
• Should the fault not be restored after a period of one week, the audible
tone returns to bring attention to repair personnel.
• During prolonged periods without power (either during a power loss or
shutdown due to vacancy), any alarm conditions and lamp load data are
stored in the non-volatile memory.
• Upon restoration of power a quick self-test, as part of the system
initialization, will occur and the results will be compared to the stored data.
• Results of the self-test are compared to the stored data for proper
indicating conditions.
• The LED/light engine/lamp load voltage and current are continuously
monitored and compared to preset limits stored in the μp.
• The resolution of the monitoring circuit exceeds the UL required 50%
detection rate for LED exit signs and emergency fixtures.
• Should the compared voltage or current remain out of limits for a period of
five clock cycles, the μp will command a lamp failure alarm condition.
• If lamp loads are changed any time after installation and application of power,
a user-invoked load calibration may be performed.
charger
• The charger is a two stage, constant current charging system constantly
monitored and under control from μp.
• The charging state is visually apparent by viewing the charge status indicator.
• A flashing green indicator indicates a high charge mode while a steady green
indicator indicates the battery is at full charge (units are subjected to a
trickle charge as needed).
• Temperature compensation is always enabled by the thermal detection
system on board the μp. Exits have an effective range from -40°C to 40°C.
Units have an effective range from -40°C to 55°C.
charger monitor circuit
• The charger monitoring circuit constantly samples and compares the voltage
and current being sent to the battery, during normal AC operation, against
preset limits programmed in the μp.
• Should the compared voltage or current remain out of limits for a period of
five clock cycles, the μp will command a charger fault alarm condition.
battery monitoring circuit
• The battery voltage is continuously monitored during normal AC operation
and compared to preset limits programmed in the μp.
• During a manually invoked or automatic self-test routine, the battery voltage
is monitored for proper capacity-to-load ratios and indicates a battery fault
if it is determined the unit will not meet the 90 minute required run time.
• This circuit also monitors the system for a “reverse polarity” condition on
the battery connection.
• A reverse polarity condition will result in a lup command to shut down
normal operations and indicate a battery failure, thus preventing any damage
to the circuitry.
transfer circuit monitoring
• The transfer circuit is monitored any time the unit is cycled into a manual or
automatic test.
• Any noted deficiency in the transfer of the equipment to the emergency
mode will display a transfer fault condition.
over/under voltage monitoring
• During system initialization, the μp will sample and verify the utility voltage
against preset limits stored in the memory.
• If after five clock cycles the voltage does not fall within the pre-determined
parameters, the unit will not complete initialization and will toggle the red
(fault) and green (AC on, charge status indicator) in the following manner:
both RED and GREEN LEDs fast toggle = AC line over-voltage, both RED
and GREEN LEDs slow toggle = AC line under-voltage.
optional self-testing* (standard on select models)
• The self-testing routine, if enabled, is a function of the internal μp clock and
the code generated sequence timer.
• Every thirty days, the program commands the μp to perform a self-test by
transferring the unit to the emergency mode for a period of one minute
with the exception of the sixth and twelfth month.
• On the sixth and twelfth month, the self-test duration is extended to 30
minutes to exercise the battery.
• * Note: NFPA 101 does not allow a self-testing diagnostics board to run
the required annual 90 minute test. Refer to the 2006 version of NFPA 101,
section 7.9.3.1.2 (1) through (7).
• The Intelli-Charge circuitry is also equipped with a manual test inhibitor.
• While the equipment is in a high charge state due to prolonged power
outage or extended on-site testing equivalent to 10 minutes discharge time,
the 90 minute manual test mode shall be inhibited to allow the unit to
recover properly for life safety purposes.
• During this time, the user may initiate a one minute test to verify proper
operation of the equipment.
audible/non-audible diagnostics
• Intelli-Charge is equipped with an audible user interface confirmation
standard; however, the audible diagnostics feature is a selectable option.
• Standard diagnostics equipment offers visual verification of the equipment
readiness through the flashing sequence of the RED LED in the following
manner: fault condition status, number of RED flashes - 1 X = battery fault,
2 X = lamp failure, 3 X = charger fault, 4 X = transfer fault, both RED and
GREEN LEDs fast toggle = AC line over-voltage, both RED and GREEN
LEDs slow toggle = AC line under-voltage.
© 2013 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Philips Lighting Company
200 Franklin Square Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873
Phone: 855-486-2216
Philips Lighting Company
281 Hillmount Road
Markham ON, Canada L6C 2S3
Phone: 800-668-9008
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