Cheetah Xi Control Panel D.1.10.01-2
CHEETAH XI INTELLIGENT SUPPRESSION CONTROL SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
Fike’s Cheetah Xi (P/N 10-068) is a state-of-the-art true intelligent digital peer-topeer modular suppression control system. It is ideal for all life safety and property
protection applications, and is intended for both commercial and industrial use. It is
designed with extensive programmability that allows the almost-instantaneous relay
of information and the ability to perform process management tasks with
ease including HVAC shutdowns, Emergency Voice Evacuation, damper control,
door closure, elevator recall, security, and CCTV/Building Management Awareness.
This cost-effective panel comes standard with two Signaling Line Circuits (SLC)
that support 254 devices each. This is expandable to four loops and a total panel
capacity of 1016 devices, with any mix and match of sensors and modules. The
Cheetah Xi utilizes extreme intelligence via its Eclipse based sensors including
photoelectric, photoelectric with heat, ionization, photoelectric duct, and heat
detectors. It also utilizes Eclipse based modules such as the monitor, mini-monitor,
relay, intelligent pull station, releasing and control modules. With Cheetah Xi,
every device communicates as a peer on the signaling line circuit. These peers
not only communicate up-to-the-second information to the control panel, but
also communicate with each other. Each device is capable of generating accurate
and highly detailed information. Conventional suppression alarm systems give a
general idea of the fire’s location, while the Cheetah Xi’s intelligent sensors indicate
precisely which device is in an alarm state. This intelligence provides incredible
speed with response times as little as one-quarter second between manual pull
station and notification appliance. It’s flexibility allows you to attach the intelligent
devices that are required for your specific application.
The System is programmed with either the Windows based field configuration
software C-LINX™ or through a comprehensive password protected front-panel
keypad programming option. This option allows you to quickly update and adapt
to any future requirements or changes in the system such as changes in occupancy
or remodeling. The sophisticated control panel circuitry coupled with the software
allows you to read specific information and sensitivity levels of the different eclipse
devices. The sensors also compensate for any changes due to age, contamination, or
other environmental factors.
Fike Cheetah Xi
APPROVALS
• UL - S2203
• FM - 3029134
• CSFM - 7165-0900:149
• MEA - 307-05-E
• City of Denver
SYSTEM OPERATION
The Cheetah Xi Control system operates on a “Zone and State” relationship. In this design, all input and output devices
must be assigned to at least one zone or to all zones (254 are available), each zone defining an area to be protected. Input
devices can be assigned up to four zones (one zone is typical) and output devices may be assigned up to 254 zones.
These devices use the SLC signaling line circuits to exchange status information with other devices as well as with the
control panel. When an input is activated, it is configured to cause its associated zone to enter into an operational state.
Any detection device will cause the associated zone to enter into an alarm state. The output devices are configured to
activate to protect and evaluate the endangered zone. This system is completely modular, allowing you the flexibility
to design a system that is just right for your application. A typical configuration is shown on page 2 that illustrates the
communications of a Cheetah Xi system.
Form No. D.1.10.01-2
704 S. 10th Street · P.O. Box 610 · Blue Springs, Missouri 64013-0610 U.S.A. · (816) 229-3405 · (816) 229-4615 · www.fike.com
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TYPICAL CONFIGURATION
STANDARD FEATURES
The Cheetah Xi features are designed to save lives and protect your valuable capital investments through unprecedented
speed, intelligence and flexibility. These features include:
General
• All Cheetah Xi panels come standard with a controller, transformer and enclosure (see ordering information for details)
• 254 user defined zones
• 80 character, backlit LCD display
• Real time clock
• 3200 event history buffer
• Critical process monitoring
• One-person Walktest capability
• Disable by zone, device or circuit
• Drill function at panel and remote
• Provides solenoid releasing operation
• Alarm verification
• Easy to add/remove devices
• Diagnostic menus
• Removable terminal blocks for field wiring
• Local piezo with distinct event tones
• 10 Status LEDs to easily identify system status
• Optional point ID DACT Module available
• Supports up to 31 peripheral devices such as Remote Display, LED Graphic, Multi-Interface Module, Ethernet Module
and Zone Annunciators
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CHEETAH XI CONTROLLER SPECIFICATIONS
The controller contains the power supply, microprocessor, hardware interface, display and keypad.
Enclosure
• Steel Enclosure 23.6” H x 14.35” W x 4” D (Back-box dimensions)
• Flush or surface mounting
• Removable door for ease of installation
• Two door options available; with or without lexan cover on oval opening
• Available in red or grey
• Dead Front option available to isolate panel’s internal electronics and wiring
Power
• 6 amps useable alarm power, expandable to 12 amps (2 A standby/expandable to 4)
• Operation from 120VAC/60 Hz or 240 VAC/50 Hz transformer
• Two 24V DC, 2A continuous auxiliary power outputs (Expandable to 5 circuits with SPS)
• One 24VDC, 2A resettable auxiliary power output
• Supports up to 75AH of batteries, expandable to 150 AH using SPS
• Controller consumes 0.275A @ 24VDC in normal and alarm mode
Signaling Line Circuit
• Address devices with Infrared (IR) tool, similar to remote control device
• Two SLC loops, expandable to four, NFPA style 4, 6 or 7
• 254 devices per loop, system maximum 1016 devices with SLM (Supplemental Loop Module)
• True peer-to-peer digital protocol for extremely fast and reliable communications
• Auto-learn function
• Automatic day/night sensitivity adjustment
• Automatic holiday sensitivity adjustment
• Acclimate operation for sensors
• IR Tool provides ability to read sensitivity levels or perform remote test of device
• Devices contain multi-color LED for quick reference of device status
• Sensors provide early warning pre-alarm detection and can also provide a summing feature. (up to eight sensors)
• Maximum Resistance: 70 ohms
• Maximum Capacitance: .60 uf
• 12,000 ft. maximum distance total from panel to last device.
NAC Circuit
• Two NAC circuits standard
• Rated at 24VDC, 2.0 Amps maximum
• Built-in synch protocol for both System Sensor® and Gentex® devices
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OPTIONAL MODULES AND PERIPHERALS
Supplemental Power Supply (SPS) (P/N 10-2474-P)*
The 10-2474-p includes the power supply circuit board and transformer (-1 for 120VAC primary; -2 for 240VAC primary).
This module adds up to 2.0A external standby power and 6.0A alarm power (4 A standby/12A alarm total). AC power and
standby batteries are supervised. Supports charging up to 75Ah of additional standby battery. Charging may be turned off in
configuration if batteries are not required on SPS. Dimensions: 4-1/2” L x 5-1/2” H x 2” D. Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Supplemental Loop Module (SLM), (P/N 10-2473)*
The SLM adds two more SLC loops. Loop specifications and wiring for SLM are the same as the main controller. It
interfaces to the main Control Panel using four standoffs supplied with the SLM. Dimensions: 2” L x 6-1/2” H x 1”D.
Weight: 0.12lbs.
Point ID Dact (Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter) Module (P/N 10-2528)*
The DACT provides interface with Central Station monitoring systems. It is available with 5 contact zones of connection
OR the intelligent serial interface which provides point ID information. The Contact ID form is the preferred reporting
format. It provides a four digit account code followed by a three digit event code, a two-digit group number, and a three
digit contact number, all of which are used to provide specific point identification. This DACT can also provide an SIA or
4/2 Pulse reporting format. Note: 10-2476 is the same as 10-2528 with enclosure for external mounting.
Fike Relay Module (P/N 10-2204)*
The CRM4 provides 4 additional independently programmed relays. Cheetah Xi Control Panel supports up to 2 CRM4
modules (if either options are not unused) on the main controller board. Each relay may be wired across normally open or
normally closed contacts. Dimensions: 3-1/2” L x 1-1/2” H x 2” D. Weight: 0.10 lbs.
Fike Reverse Polarity Module (CRPM) (P/N 10-2254)*
The reverse polarity module provides the ability for UL Remote Station supervision. This supervision is typically
performed with a direct, leased line connection. It interfaces to the main control board using four standoffs supplied with
the RPM. Dimensions: 3-1/2” L x 1-1/2” H x 2” D. Weight: 0.08 lbs.
14 Button Remote Display Unit ( P/N 10-2646)*
The Fike fourteen button remote display (FRD), provides remote annunciation of Fike’s intelligent control panels. The
FRD is provided with a 80 character, backlit display which performs two display functions. First, it duplicates information
provided by the control panel. Additionally the FRD has the capability of viewing system conditions such as alarm,
trouble, supervisory, etc. The FRD also includes six buttons (Enter, Escape, +/-, left/right arrow) that are used for
navigation through events as well as configuration of the device. Additionally it has eight programmable buttons that can
be configured for things such as reset, silence, acknowledge, drill, or process. A key lock is included for additional security
access.
10 Button Remote Display Unit (P/N 10-2631)*
The Fike ten button remote display (FRD), provides remote annunciation of Fike’s intelligent control panels. The FRD is
provided with a 80 character, backlit display which performs two display functions. First, it duplicates information provide
d by the control panel. Additionally the FRD has the capability of viewing system conditions such as alarm, trouble,
supervisory, etc. The FRD also includes six buttons (Enter, Escape, +/-, left/right arrow) that are used for navigation
through events as well as configuration of the device. Additionally it has four dedicated buttons that perform the following
functions: drill, silence, acknowledge, and reset. A key lock is included for additional security access.
2 Button Remote Display Unit (P/N 10-2630)*
The Fike two button remote display (FRD), provides remote annunciation of Fike’s intelligent control panels. The FRD
is provided with an 80 character, backlit display which performs two display functions. First, it duplicates information
provided on the main control panel. Additionally, the FRD has the capability of viewing system conditions such as alarm,
trouble, supervisory, etc.
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See ordering information for individual data sheet that gives additional specifications
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Fike Zone Annunciator (P/N 10-2667)*
The Fike twenty zone remote annunciator is used with Fike’s intelligent control systems to provide remote annunciation for
up to twenty zones at a location remote from the control panel. The module provides a tabular display that incorporates
20 red alarm and 20 yellow trouble/supervisory LEDs. Each LED is programmable and can provide visual indication of
alarm, trouble/supervisory conditions for zones or individual points. Communication between the intelligent control panels
and remote annunciator is via the RS485 peripheral bus. When an event from the control panel is received the appropriate
LED will illuminate based on the annunciator’s configuration.
Fike Network Module (P/N 10-2482)*
The Network Module provides the ability to network up to 128 control panels. This typically would consist of other
Cheetah Xi panels. The Cheetah Xi network uses a “common zone” functionality. Zones 1-254 are common to all panels
on the network and any input will cause activation of all outputs for the same zone, regardless of which panel the devices
are connected to. Regardless of zone number, every state (alarm, trouble etc.) that occurs is displayed by all panels on the
network.
Fike Fiber Optic Network Card (P/N 10-2624)*
The Network Module (P/N 10-2624) provides the ability to network up to 128 control panels. This network would typically
consist of other Cheetah Xi fire control panels. The network uses a “common zone” functionality. Zones 1-254 are
common to all panels on the network and any input will cause activation of all outputs for the same zone, regardless of
which panel the devices are connected to (except abort and predischarge on Cheetah Xi). Regardless of zone number, every
state (alarm, trouble etc.) that occurs can be displayed by all panels on the network.
Fike Ethernet Module (P/N 10-2627)*
This Module provides the ability to remote monitoring of multiple Cheetah Xi panels via Ethernet/IP. This module is
connected to the Cheetah Xi via the peripheral connections at P6 and will be configured as a peripheral device. In order
to utilize the remote monitoring capability, a network ID must be assigned to each panel for identification purposes. This
module connects to the Panel at P6 per ± and also requires 24 volts DC from the panel to P6 24A ±. See the 06-388
Ethernet Module manual for more details.
Fike Multi-Interface (P/N 10-2583)*
The primary function of the multi-interface module is that it is used as a printer interface for the Cheetah Xi control panels.
It provides specific event and point information to be communicated from the panel to the printer. It is compatible with
either a Epson FX-890 or equivalent IEEE 1284 standard printer or for UL required applications the Keltron 90 series UL
listed fire alarm printer.
PROGRAMMING CONFIGURATION
Software
All configuration variables can be assigned using C-LINX software. This software provides the designer the capability to
provide a pre-engineered design. The user can review the construction plans to assign the zones. The configuration can also
be set to identify the exact device circuit operation desired along with the custom message information.
IR Configuration Tool (P/N 55-051)*
This optional hand-held infrared remote control is available on the Cheetah Xi system. This small device can be used in the
field to simplify installation, testing and service. It operates with 2 AA batteries and can read device information such as
loop, address, branch and service dates and initiate device test. This tool:
• Communicates bi-directionally with any Cheetah Xi device
• Easily addresses devices by setting the loop and address
• Quickly reads sensitivity levels, date serviced, device type, loop and address, manufacture date
• Immediately records the date serviced
• Instantly initiates walk test of any sensor or module
• Accesses and tests hard-to-reach sensor or module (such as duct detector) through any other device on loop
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See ordering information for individual data sheet that gives additional specifications
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FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM
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ORDERING INFORMATION
FIKE P/N
Description
10-064-c-p Cheetah Xi System, includes Controller, Enclosure, and Transformer
or
c: (R=Red, G=Grey) p: (1=120V, 2= 240V )
10-064-c-p-L L=Lexan
Cheetah Xi System Controller
10-2542
(included with 10-064-c-p and –L)
10-2519-c Dead Front Option c: (R=Red, G=Grey)
Optional Modules
10-2474-p Supplemental Power Supply p: (1=120V, 2=240Volt)
10-2473
Supplemental Loop Module (adds 2 SLC Loops)
10-2204
CRM4 - Relay Module
10-2254
CRPM - Reverse Polarity Module
10-2482
Network Module
10-2624
Multi-Mode Fiber Optic Network Module
Peripheral Devices
10-2630
2 Button Expanded Protocol Remote Display
10-2631
10 Button Expanded Protocol Remote Display
10-2646
14 Button Expanded Protocol Remote Display
10-2667
Zone Annunciator
10-2627
Ethernet Module
10-2583
Multi-Interface Module
10-2528
Point ID DACT (Internal Mounting)
Intelligent Sensors
63-1052
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor Non-Isolator Version
63-1058
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor Isolator Version
63-1053
Photo/Heat Combination Sensor Non-Isolator Version
63-1059
Photo/Heat Combination Sensor Isolator Version
60-1039
Thermal Sensor Non-Isolator Version
60-1040
Thermal Sensor Isolator Version
67-033
Ion Sensor Non-Isolator Version
67-034
Ion Sensor Isolator Version
63-1057
Duct Sensor Non-Isolator Version
63-1062
Duct Sensor Isolator Version
63-1056
Duct Housing
Intelligent Sensor Bases
63-1054
6" Sensor Base Non-Isolator Version
63-1060
6" Sensor Base Isolator Version
63-1055
4" Sensor Base Non-Isolator Version
63-1061
4" Sensor Base Isolator Version
63-1064
Sounder Base
63-1063
Relay Base
Intelligent Modules
55-045
Mini-Monitor Module Non-Isolator Version
55-050
Mini-Monitor Module Isolator Version
55-041
4" Monitor Module Non-Isolator Version
55-046
4" Monitor Module Isolator Version
20-1063
Intelligent Pull Station Non-Isolator Version (Fire)
20-1064
Intelligent Pull Station Isolator Version
(Fire)
20-1343
Intelligent Pull Station Non-Isolator Version (Agent)
55-042
Supervised Control Module Non-Isolator Version
55-047
Supervised Control Module Isolator Version
10-2360
Series Solenoid Diode/Resistor (Needed for solenoids)
10-2413
Masterbox Interface
55-043
Relay Module Non-Isolator Version
55-048
Relay Module Isolator Version
55-052
Release Control Module Non-Isolator Version
55-053
Release Control Module Isolator Version
10-1832
ARM III Agent Release Module
Programming Parts
55-051
Infrared (IR) Remote Control Tool
06-327
C-LINX Software
10-1874A
Interface Communication Cable (DB9 to RJ11)
10-1874B
Interface Communication Cable (USB to RJ11)
02-11139
Communication Cable Converter (USB to DB9)
10-2477
DACT Programmer
Individual
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Form No. D.1.10.01-2 June, 2009 Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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