GST100 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel

GST100 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
GST100 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Brief Introduction .................................................................................................... 1
Chapter 2 Technical Specifications......................................................................................... 2
2.1 Operating Voltage .............................................................................................................. 2
2.2 Standby Batteries .............................................................................................................. 2
2.3 Detecting Loop Parameters............................................................................................... 2
2.4 Output Loop Parameters ................................................................................................... 2
2.5 RS485 Communication Loop ............................................................................................ 3
2.6 Dimensions ........................................................................................................................ 3
Chapter 3 Structure................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 Appearance and Internal Structure.................................................................................... 4
3.1.1 Front Panel ................................................................................................................. 4
3.1.2 LEDs ........................................................................................................................... 5
3.1.3 Keys ............................................................................................................................ 7
3.2 Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 7
3.2.1 Typical Configuration .................................................................................................. 7
3.2.2 Optional Units ............................................................................................................. 8
3.3 Periphery Devices ............................................................................................................. 8
3.3.1 A Series of Intelligent Fire Detectors .......................................................................... 8
3.3.2 Manual Call Points ...................................................................................................... 8
3.3.3 Sounder Strobes ......................................................................................................... 8
3.3.4 Loop Isolator ............................................................................................................... 8
3.3.5 Repeater Panel ........................................................................................................... 8
Chapter 4 Installation and Commission ................................................................................. 9
4.1 Checking ............................................................................................................................ 9
4.2 Installation.......................................................................................................................... 9
4.3 Power-up Self-test ............................................................................................................. 9
4.4 Connections of Periphery Devices .................................................................................... 9
4.4.1 Connection of SOUNDER OUTPUT Loop ............................................................... 10
4.4.2 Loop Connection ....................................................................................................... 11
4.4.3 Connection of Communication Loop ........................................................................ 11
4.5 Commission ..................................................................................................................... 12
4.5.1 Connection checking ................................................................................................ 12
4.5.2 Registering Devices .................................................................................................. 12
4.5.3 Defining Devices ....................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 5 Display and Disposal of System Information ..................................................... 13
5.1 Message display rules ..................................................................................................... 13
5.1.1 Description of Displayed messages ......................................................................... 13
5.2 Rules for Sound Indication .............................................................................................. 14
5.3 System Normal Message ................................................................................................ 14
5.4 Fire Message ................................................................................................................... 14
5.4.1 Fire Message Display ............................................................................................... 14
5.4.2 Disposal of Fire Message ......................................................................................... 15
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5.5 Fault Message ................................................................................................................. 15
5.5.1 Fault Message Display ............................................................................................. 15
5.5.2 Disposal of Fault Message ....................................................................................... 16
5.6 Pre-alarm Message ......................................................................................................... 16
5.6.1 Operation of Delay Mode .......................................................................................... 16
5.6.2 The First Stage.......................................................................................................... 17
5.6.3 The Second Stage .................................................................................................... 17
5.7 Supervisory Messages .................................................................................................... 17
5.8 Action Message ............................................................................................................... 18
5.9 Delay Message ................................................................................................................ 18
5.10 Disable Messages ......................................................................................................... 19
Chapter 6 Users’ Guide........................................................................................................... 20
6.1 Rules for Menu Operation ............................................................................................... 20
6.2 Rules for Data Input......................................................................................................... 20
6.3 Viewing Messages........................................................................................................... 20
6.3.1 Viewing All Messages ............................................................................................... 20
6.3.2 Viewing Fire Messages............................................................................................. 21
6.4 Viewing System Devices ................................................................................................. 21
6.4.1 Loop Devices ............................................................................................................ 21
6.4.2 Viewing Network FACP............................................................................................. 22
6.4.3 Viewing Repeater Panels ......................................................................................... 22
6.5 Disabling and Enabling Devices...................................................................................... 22
6.5.1 Disabling / Enabling a Zone ...................................................................................... 23
6.5.2 Disabling / Enabling a device ................................................................................... 24
6.5.3 Disabling / Enabling an Output ................................................................................. 24
6.5.4 Disabling / Enabling Pre-alarm ................................................................................. 25
6.5.5 Disabling / Enabling Output Delay ............................................................................ 26
6.6 Users Settings ................................................................................................................. 26
6.6.1 Printer Setup ............................................................................................................. 26
6.6.2 Time Setup ................................................................................................................ 27
6.6.3 Delay Setup .............................................................................................................. 28
6.6.4 Network Setup .......................................................................................................... 28
6.7 Evacuate .......................................................................................................................... 28
6.8 Alarm Silence................................................................................................................... 28
6.9 Reset ............................................................................................................................... 28
6.10 Unlocking and Locking the Keypad ............................................................................... 29
6.10.1 Unlocking the Keypad ............................................................................................. 29
6.10.2 Locking the Keypad ................................................................................................ 29
Chapter 7 System Operator’s Guide ..................................................................................... 30
7.1 System Status Setup ....................................................................................................... 30
7.2 Device Definition.............................................................................................................. 30
7.3 Device Registration ......................................................................................................... 31
7.4 Password Setting............................................................................................................. 32
7.4.1 Classification of the passwords ................................................................................ 32
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7.4.2 Modification of the password .................................................................................... 32
7.5 Device Modification ......................................................................................................... 33
7.5.1 Code Modification ..................................................................................................... 33
7.5.2 Sensitivity Modification ............................................................................................. 34
7.6 Device Monitoring ............................................................................................................ 34
Chapter 8 Networking ............................................................................................................. 36
8.1 General Description......................................................................................................... 36
8.2 Networking the FACP ...................................................................................................... 36
8.2.1 Network of GST Series Panels ................................................................................. 36
8.2.2 Connecting with Repeater Panels ............................................................................ 36
8.3 Networking Method ......................................................................................................... 36
8.3.1 GST Network ............................................................................................................ 36
8.3.2 Connecting with Repeater Panels ............................................................................ 37
8.4 Display of Network Messages ......................................................................................... 37
8.4.1 Network Fault............................................................................................................ 37
8.4.2 Display of Network Messages .................................................................................. 38
Chapter 9 Calculation of Battery Capacity ........................................................................... 39
Chapter 10 Troubleshooting and Regular Inspection ......................................................... 40
10.1 Common Disposal ......................................................................................................... 40
10.2 Maintenance of Printer .................................................................................................. 40
Appendix 1 Internal Connection Diagram ............................................................................ 42
Appendix 2 Device Type List ................................................................................................. 43
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Chapter 1 Brief Introduction
GST100 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel is a mini- panel designed by EN54-2. It features
simple installation, operation and maintenance, which make it ideal for smaller systems.
1
Maximum 8 detection zones, each with independent fire LED, fault/disable LED and
zone label.
2
Class A loop which is able to connect maximum 128 addressable devices.
3
122×32 lattice LCD assisting the LED indicators to display important information.
4
Non-volatile memory ensuring system data not lost on shutdown of power.
5
Delayed output effectively reducing false action of ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER
OUTPUT (R+ and R-) contact.
6
3 relay outputs available which are SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+ and R-), ALARM OUTPUT
(shared by fire alarm and supervisory output) and FAULT OUTPUT.
7
RS485 communication interface for networking.
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Chapter 2 Technical Specifications
2.1 Operating Voltage
+10%
-15%

Input Voltage: 230V AC

Frequency: 50Hz

Input Current: 0.2A

Fuse: 2A

Recommended Wiring: 1.5mm 2 or above shield cable, complying with local
installation code.
2.2 Standby Batteries

Maximum Charge Current: 0.3A±0.05A

Maximum Charge Voltage: 27.5V±0.5V

Type: Sealed lead acid batteries

Maximum Battery Capacity: 24V/7Ah

Recommended Wiring:
GST FireCable ® 2E/1.5
2 core and Earth 1.5mm2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited FP200 FLEX 2 core and Earth 1.5mm 2 CSA
2.3 Detecting Loop Parameters

LOOP OUT (+, -): Polarized signal cable from the FACP connecting with up to
128 addressable devices.

LOOP IN (+, -): Polarized signal cable returning to the FACP.

Type of loop: Class A

Recommended Wiring:
GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2 core and Earth 1mm 2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited FP200 FLEX 2 core and Earth 1mm2 CSA
2.4 Output Loop Parameters
Recommended Wiring:
GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2 core and Earth 1mm 2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited FP200 FLEX 2 core and Earth 1mm 2 CSA
1
SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-)

Output Voltage: 21VDC ~27VDC
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3

Output Current: 0~500mA

Terminal Resistor: 4.7K
ALARM OUTPUT (NC,COM, NO)

Contact Capacity: 24VDC @1.0A

In case of a fire alarm or supervisory condition, NC and COM open, NO and
COM close.
FAULT OUTPUT (NC, COM, NO)

Contact Capacity: 24VDC @1.0A

In case of a fault condition, NC and COM open, NO and COM close.
2.5 RS485 Communication Loop

A, B: RS485 communication cable, for connecting with up to 32 network fire
alarm control panels and 64 repeater panels.

Recommended Wiring:
GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2 core and Earth 1mm 2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited FP200 FLEX 2 core and Earth 1mm 2 CSA
2.6 Dimensions
300mm×210mm×91mm
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Chapter 3 Structure
3.1 Appearance and Internal Structure
GST100 is wall-mounted. Its appearance, internal structure and connection are shown in Fig.
3-1 and Fig. 3-2.
Knockout hole
Fig. 3-1
LCD
LED Board
Main Board
Interface
Board
Speaker
Printer
485 Network Board
(Optional)
Fig. 3-2
3.1.1 Front Panel
The FACP’s front panel consists of LCD, general LEDs, zonal LEDs, Keypad and Printer as
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shown in Fig. 3-3.
LCD
General LED
Zonal LED
Keypad
Print
Paper out
Fig. 3-3
3.1.2 LEDs
LED
General LED
Fire
Colour
Function
How to clear
Red
Pre-Alarm
Red
Turns on when a fire alarm is
detected
Turns on when there is a detector in
the system in pre-alarm state
Supervisory
Red
Fire Output
Red &
Green
Verify the cause of the event
and then reset the FACP.
Goes off when the pre-alarm
changes to a fire alarm or when
the panel is reset
Verify the cause of the event
and then reset the FACP.
① Red LED goes off when the
control panel is reset.
② Both LED go off when any
of the alarm outputs (fire alarm
or supervisory) is enabled.
SOUNDER
Red &
Turns on when a gas detector or
water flow indicator alarms
① Red LED illuminates when there
is alarm output (fire alarm or
supervisory)
② Red and green LED both
illuminate when the alarm output
(fire alarm and supervisory) is
disabled.
① Red LED illuminates when the
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OUTPUT
Green
Disabled
Yellow
Fault
Yellow
AC Fault
Yellow
Battery Fault
Yellow
System Fault
Yellow
Power
Healthy
Maintenance
Green
Mute
Yellow
Silence
Yellow
Illuminates when the sounders are
silenced or when the SOUNDER
OUTPUT (R+, R-) is disabled.
Delay
Yellow
Illuminates when there is a sounder
or an output in delay mode.
Zonal LED
Fire
Red
Flt/Disabled
Yellow
Turns on when a device of the zone
alarms fire.
①Flashes if a device of the zone is
in trouble condition.
②Illuminates if all devices of the
zone are disabled.
Yellow
sounder (R+, R-) outputs.
②Both LED illuminate when
SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-) is
disabled.
③ Both LED flash when the
SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-) is in
trouble condition.
Turns on when there is a connected
device or an output or the delay
mode is disabled.
Turns on when a trouble condition is
detected.
Turns on when 230VAC power
supply is down or damaged.
Turns on when the standby battery
is under-voltage or damaged.
① Illuminates when the memory of
the panel is in trouble.
② Flashes when system program
cannot be executed.
Illuminates when power supply
works normally.
Illuminates when a detector reports
dirty.
Illuminates when the panel’s
speaker is turned off.
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panel is reset.
② Both LED go off when the
SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-)
is enabled.
③ Both LED go off when the
trouble condition is cleared.
Enable all devices or outputs,
refer to Section 6.5
Remove
trouble.
Remove
trouble.
Remove
trouble.
Remove
trouble.
the cause of
the
the cause of
the
the cause of
the
the cause of
the
Clean the detector and then
reset the panel.
Verify the cause of the event
and reset the control panel.
Note: If there is new fire alarm,
the speaker will be re-activated
and this LED will go off.
Verify the cause of the event
and reset the control panel.
Note: If there is new fire alarm
or the Silence key is pressed
again,
the
sounder
or
SOUNDER OUTPUT will be
re-activated and this LED goes
off.
Verify the cause of the event.
This LED goes off when the
panel is reset or the delay time
expires.
Verify the cause of the event
and then reset the FACP.
① Remove the cause of the
trouble.
② Enable all devices of the
zone.
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3.1.3 Keys
Key
Tab
History
Browse
Disable
Enable
System
User
EVAC
Silence
Mute
SelfTest
Reset
Enter
Cancel
View Fire
Navigation
Keys
0-9
Function
Changing the display among different windows when there are multiple
messages.
Viewing the running records and fire alarm records.
Viewing detailed information of on-line loop devices, network panels and
repeaters.
Disabling zone, individual device, output, output delay or pre-alarm.
Enabling zone, individual device, output, output delay or pre-alarm.
For the administrator to define, register, monitor and modify devices and
modify passwords.
For the user to set the printing mode, system time, delay time and network
mode.
Activating all sounders to warn people to evacuate.
Silencing the sounders and closing the SOUNDER OUTPUT. Pressing this
key again can resume the silenced sounders and sounders.
Silencing the speaker of the panel.
Self-testing the LCD, speaker and all LEDs.
Resetting the panel.
For entering the selected menu and acknowledging the modifications.
For returning to the previous menu.
Going directly to fire alarm display window from any other current windows.
Changing among different messages or move among different items of the
same type of message.
Changing from different menu items.
Changing from input boxes in data input or changing the cursor position.
For inputting number. For menu selection, pressing the number will enter
corresponding screen.
3.2 Configuration
3.2.1 Typical Configuration
A typical FACP consists of main board, LED board, interface board and display area.

Main board
Main board is the core of the FACP, which contains CPU and interfaces to other main
parts and optional parts.

LED/keypad board
This is the control board for the LED indicators and keypad operation.

Interface board
The interface board includes power supply system and signal interface. The power
supply provides voltage for the main board, signal interface and printer. It’s designed
with power-down backup to ensure reliable system running. The signal interface has
loop interface, SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-), ALARM OUTPUT and FAULT OUTPUT
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port to

connect loop devices with the panel.
Display area
This part is used to indicate and display different status of the system, and enables
relative operations through keypad (browsing, setting, printing and etc).
3.2.2 Optional Units

GST-GMP-16 Printer
It is a built-in mini-printer. It can print all ASCII code characters with dot matrix printing.

Network board
The control panel provides a multi-functional communication port for networking GST
series fire alarm control panels and repeater panels via a 485 card.
3.3 Periphery Devices
3.3.1 A Series of Intelligent Fire Detectors
The FACP can connect with a series of GST fire detectors mounted in the protected area to
transmit messages to the FACP through Class A loop. Every detector has its own address
with which the FACP can supervise the information of alarm, fault, and normal status of the
detectors.
3.3.2 Manual Call Points
A series of GST manual call point can be connected to the loop of GST100. When fire is
confirmed manually, pressing the glass on the MCP, alarm signal can be sent to the FACP.
After receiving the alarm signal, the FACP will show the number and location of the MCP, and
sound alarm.
3.3.3 Sounder Strobes
Sounder strobe is a kind of audible/ visual alarm device installed in the protected area, which
can be activated by the FACP at the fire control center or by manual call points. A series of
GST addressable sounder strobes can be connected to the loop of GST100. After activated,
it will generate strong audible/ visual alarm signal.
3.3.4 Loop Isolator
Loop Isolator can remove the shorted part of loop from the whole system to ensure normal
operation of other devices and to ascertain the location of the part in fault. After the faulty part
is repaired, the loop isolator can automatically reset the removed part into the system.
3.3.5 Repeater Panel
GST852RP and GST8903 Repeater Panel can be connected with the FACP via 485 network
card. When one or more detectors alarm fire, the repeater panel can display the location and
alarm message of the detectors with audible and visual signals. Through communication loop,
it can be connected with FACP, disposing and displaying the data from the FACP.
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Chapter 4 Installation and Commission
4.1 Checking
Please check the following items of the FACP before installation.

Check project configuration
Check the configuration according to packing list. The main items are: Installation and
Operation Manual, and keys to the FACP, etc.

Check internal configurations and interconnections
The FACP is installed and wired with all parts (including optional parts specially ordered) at
the factory. Please check the connection of all the parts, including connection of main board
with LED/key board, LED/key board with interface board, and speaker with LED/key board.
Please refer to Appendix 1 Internal connection diagram.
4.2 Installation
Mounting Method: Wall mounted
Mounting Hole Distance: 160mm
Operating Temperature: 0℃~+40℃
Relative Humidity ≤95%, non condensing
4.3 Power-up Self-test
After the FACP is installed, power it up for self-test to see

If the LCD is normal;

If all LED indicators are able to illuminate;

If the speaker can give different kinds of obvious loud alarming sounds, and

Observe if there’s trouble with the power supply and if the keypad gives tick-tick sound
after entering normal monitor state.
4.4 Connections of Periphery Devices
Warning: After power-up self-test, please disconnect the power before connecting
periphery devices!
Terminals of the FACP are shown in Fig. 4-1. Please refer to Appendix 1 for the position of
terminals on the PCB.
Interface board:
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LOOP IN
L
PG
N
NO
COM
NC
FAULT OUTPUT
GND
NO
BAT
COM
-
LOOP OUT
+
-
NC
+
R-
R+
GND
+24V
EARTH
ALARM OUTPUT
485 network board:
A
B
Fig. 4-1
L, PG, N: 230VAC terminal and ground terminal for chassis protection.
BAT, GND: 24VDC battery input terminal.
LOOP IN, LOOP OUT: Class A loop, able to connect up to 128 addressable devices. The
loop device protected by isolators will not lose when short or broken circuit occurs, and the
FACP reports the loop fault.
R-, R+: SOUNDER OUTPUT terminal. It outputs when a fire alarm comes, which can be
stopped by pressing the Silence key. It can be disabled, and does not output when fire alarm
occurs in disabled state. The FACP report a fault when connected cable in short or open
circuit.
+24V, GND: 24VDC auxiliary power output, the maximum output current is 500mA.
FAULT OUTPUT: Voltage-free contact output, COM is the common terminal, NC is normally
closed contact, NO is normally open contact. When there is fault signal, normally open
contact is closed; when the fault is removed, it opens. It can be disabled, and does not output
when fire alarm occurs in disabled state.
ALARM OUTPUT: Passive contact output. COM is the common terminal, NC is normally
closed contact, NO is normally open contact. When there is fire or supervisory signal, the
normally open contact is closed. It can be disabled, and does not output when fire alarm or
supervisory condition occurs in disabled state.
EARTH: Terminal for checking ground fault, which is enabled by shorting it with a cable.
A, B: RS485 loop output terminal for connecting GST network panels and repeater panels.
4.4.1 Connection of SOUNDER OUTPUT Loop
The connection of SOUNDER OUTPUT loop is shown as Fig. 4-2.
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R+
Diode
Diode
Terminal
Sounder
Sounder
Resistor 4.7k
RFig. 4-2
Description: Remove the terminal resistor. Connect the cable in correct polarization. Add a
4.7kΩ resister to the end of each loop.
NOTE: The sounders are polarized. Note polarization in connection. The maximum
current is 500mA. Do not overload with sounders and strobes.
4.4.2 Loop Connection
The connection of loop bus is shown as Fig. 4-3.
LOOP OUT
Loop
Addressable
devices
隔离器
LOOP IN
Addressable
devices
Loop
隔离器
Fig. 4-3
4.4.3 Connection of Communication Loop
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A
FACP
Max. 32 FACP
FACP
Repeater
Max. 64 repeater panels
Repeater
B
A
B
Fig. 4-4
4.5 Commission
4.5.1 Connection checking
Check the loop conditions, measure the insulation resistance between the loop and ground,
and inspect loop load, of which the insulation resistance should be more than 20MΩ , and
loop load more than 1kΩ . Cross cable resistance is equal to the terminal resistance.
4.5.2 Registering Devices
Press System key and input password (system default is no password), then press Enter to
access system menu. Then reboot the FACP, it will automatically register system devices,
and check if the number, code and status comply with project design.
The FACP will automatically identify the loop device if it is first registered. The devices can be
assigned into zones by their codes. The user can put number 1-15 into the same zone;
number 16-30 into another zone…and etc. Devices after No. 120, which are sounders only,
are usually installed in the common zone. In addition, a sounder will be assigned to a zone.
4.5.3 Defining Devices
Zones can be re-assigned according to field situations. The system does not limit the number
and code of devices for each zone. The sounders can be addressed to any number within
1~242.
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Chapter 5 Display and Disposal of System Information
The FACP can start operation after installed following instructions in Chapter 4. Turn on its
power supply, it will start self-test and enter normal monitor status. It displays system normal
screen if it works normally. If there are any problems, corresponding display will appear on
the screen.
5.1 Message display rules
The FACP can display the following types of message: fire alarm, pre-alarm, supervisory,
action, delay, fault and disable.
5.1.1 Description of Displayed messages
Fig. 5-1
In the above picture,
1 means there is fire alarm in the system, the top part of the screen will always display the
latest fire alarm.
2 Current message type. You can change to displaying other messages or move among
different items by pressing Tab key.
3 Serial number of the current message.
4 Total number of this type of message.
5 Zone number of the message.
6 Device code of message.
7 Mark of the device, please refer to Appendix 2.
8 Occurring time of the message (Day/Month Hour : Minute).
If the position of 5 and 6 are “-“, this message is the panel’s internal message, which could be
AC fault, battery fault, system fault, ALARM OUTPUT, SOUNDER OUTPUT or FAULT
OUTPUT.
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5.2 Rules for Sound Indication
The FACP will sound to indicate fire alarm or fault messages. In case of multiple messages,
the FACP will sound by the following priority:
(1) Fire alarm: fire truck sound
(2) Supervisory: fire truck sound
(3) Action: quick police car sound
(4) Fault: Ambulance sound
Pressing Mute can stop the sound of the FACP; In mute state, Mute LED illuminates, and the
speaker stops sounding. Pressing Mute again, the FACP is still in mute state. It will sound by
priority when new event appears. If new alarm occurs, the Mute LED is off, and the
corresponding sound of the alarm will be heard. For instance, if a new fault condition occurs in
mute state, the FACP will generate a fault sound.
5.3 System Normal Message
Fig. 5-2 shows the system normal screen.
System Running
15/12 09:45
Fig. 5-2
5.4 Fire Message
5.4.1 Fire Message Display
GST100 control panel will generate alarm signal in 10 seconds when a detector alarms fire or a
manual call point is pressed.
(1) The LCD displays fire messages shown as Fig. 5-3.
(2) The speaker gives fire alarm sound (fire truck sound). The general Fire LED and the
zonal Fire LED illuminate.
(3) The sounders in this zone and the common zone are triggered.
(4) When fire output is enabled, the normally open contact of ALARM OUTPUT (NO,
COM) is closed and the normally closed contact (NC, COM) is open. The Fire Output
LED illuminates. When SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-) is enabled, the R+ and R- are
closed to start output. The Fire Output or SOUNDER OUTPUT LED lights red.
Please refer to Section 6.5.3 for the operation method to ALARM OUTPUT and
SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-).
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Last
Fire
Fire
043/043 2-023
15/12 13:26
001/043 2-031
15/12 13:26
Fig. 5-3
5.4.2 Disposal of Fire Message
When fire alarm occurs, first find out the location according to the information shown on the
FACP to verify if it’s a real fire. If it’s real, you can take the following measures.
(1) Press EVAC key to warn people to evacuate.
(2) Organize specially trained personnel to try to control the fire.
(3) Call the fire brigade.
If it is false, please take the following measures.
(1) Press Silence to stop the sounders.
(2) Remove the factors that caused the false alarm.
panel back to normal state.
Press Reset to make the control
(3) If the false alarm is caused by the malfunction of fire detection device, disable it and
inform the manufacturer for repair.
5.5 Fault Message
5.5.1 Fault Message Display
When fault occurs, the FACP will give fault signal in 100 seconds.
(1) The LCD displays the fault message as shown in Fig. 5-4.
(2) The speaker of the FACP gives fault sound(ambulance sound). The common Fault
LED illuminates.
If fault output is enabled, the normally open contact of FAULT OUTPUT contact (NO, COM) is
closed, and the normally closed contact is open.
The FACP will indicate differently for different type of fault message.

If a field device is in trouble, the zonal Flt/Disable LED flashes.

If the AC power is down, the FACP reports AC fault, the AC Fault LED illuminates.

If the battery voltage is lower than 18V, the Battery Fault LED illuminates.

If it’s a fault with the memory, the System Fault LED illuminates. If the program
cannot be executed because of an internal fault or the damaged CPU, the Fault and
System Fault LED illuminate intermittently, and the speaker gives tick-tick sound.

If one of the detectors report dirty, the LCD displays “Dust” at the section of current
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message type, and Fault and Maintenance LED illuminate.
Fault 001/002 2-125
15/12 13:28窗口
Dust 002/002 2-017
15/12 13:50切换
Fig. 5-4
5.5.2 Disposal of Fault Message
There are two types of fault in the system. One is control system fault such as AC or battery
fault and loop fault; the other is the fault with field devices, such as detector fault and dirty.
(1) If the AC power is down, the battery should be used. Please note the FACP shall not
be powered with battery longer than the battery’s maximum working time. The FACP
shall be shut down if the time limit is reached in order to avoid any damage to the
battery. Please refer to Chapter 9 for the calculation method of battery capacity.
(2) If it is system fault, check and repair in time. If the FACP needs to be shut down,
please make detailed records.
(3) If it is field device fault, please repair it immediately. You can disable it if the problem
cannot be immediately resolved, and then enable it when the fault is cleared.
(4) If the detector reports dirty, please clean it in time, otherwise the detector cannot
operate normally.
5.6 Pre-alarm Message
5.6.1 Operation of Delay Mode
(1) If pre-alarm is enabled, the FACP can work at delay mode.
(2) In delay mode, if there is a fire alarm from a zone, the FACP will report as a pre-alarm,
but will delay the start of sounders and ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT
contact (R+, R-). If no measure is taken during the delay period, the FACP will then
report a fire alarm.
(3) If the FACP resets the detector reporting a pre-alarm, the detector will resume monitor
state.
(4) During the delay period, if there is a new fire alarm detected from the same zone, the
control panel will then report a fire alarm and start the sounders ALARM OUTPUT and
SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-) immediately.
(5) The delay mode can only be effective when pre-alarm function is enabled. Please
refer to Section 6.5.4 for detailed descriptions.
(6) There are two stages for delay mode, the maximum time of the two stages can be set
in delay time setting, refer to Section 6.6.3.
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5.6.2 The First Stage
(1) In delay mode, the FACP enters the first stage on receiving the first fire alarm signal.
It will give fire alarm sound (fire truck sound). The LCD displays the message of that
detector (zone, code and device type), and the delay time which decreases by second
(Fig. 5-5).
(2) If, during the delay period, the pre-alarm is not acknowledged by pressing Enter, the
FACP will report a fire alarm and activate the sounders, ALARM OUTPUT and
SOUNDER OUTPUT contact (R+, R-) on expiry of the delay time.
(3) If Enter is pressed during the delay period, the FACP enters the second stage.
Pre- 001/001 1-065
Alarm STG1 Time:030
Fig. 5-5
5.6.3 The Second Stage
(1) Entering the second stage, the delay time for the second stage starts to decrease by
second.
(2) If the FACP is not reset by pressing Reset key, it will then activate the sounders,
ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT contact (R+, R-) on expiry of the delay
time for the second stage.
During the second stage, you can check the zone where the alarm comes from and verify the
cause of the alarm.
(1) If it’s a false alarm, you can reset the FACP through Reset key.
(2) If it’s verified to be a real fire, you can press the manual call point, and the FACP will
then activate the sounders, ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT contact (R+,
R-) immediately. (Please note that under any condition, the FACP will activate the
sounders, ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT contact (R+, R-) immediately
when the delay time of the second stage expires.)
Pre- 001/001 1-065
Alarm STG2 Time:060
Fig. 5-6
5.7 Supervisory Messages
The FACP will give supervisory message when there is an alarm from a gas detector or an
action by water flow indicator.
(1) The LCD displays supervisory message shown as in Fig. 5-7.
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(2) The speaker gives supervisory sound (fire truck sound). The Supervisory LED
illuminates.
(3) The sounder of this zone and the common zone will be triggered.
(4) If supervisory is enabled, the normally open contact of ALARM OUTPUT relay (NO,
COM) is closed, and the normally closed contact (NC, COM) open, the Fire Output
LED lights red. If SOUNDER OUTPUT is enabled, the R+ and R- contact is closed to
output, and SOUNDER OUTPUT LED lights red.
Please refer to Section 6.5.3 for the operation methods to enable the supervisory output and
SOUNDER OUTPUT.
Abnormal
Abnormal
001/002 2-065
15/12 13:26
002/002 3-059
15/12 13:35
Fig. 5-7
5.8 Action Message
When there is a fire alarm and the zonal sounder is activated or the ALARM OUTPUT,
SOUNDER OUTPUT(R+, R-) or FAULT OUTPUT are triggered, the FACP will give the
following action messages:
(1) The LCD displays the action messages as in Fig. 5-8.
(2) The speaker gives action sound (quick police car sound).
(3) Pressing Silence can close the sounder and SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-). Pressing
Silence again can re-start the sounder and SOUNDER OUTPUT(R+, R-).
Action
Action
001/002 3-039
15/12 08:26
002/002 ----15/12 10:30
Fig. 5-8
5.9 Delay Message
The output of the FACP can be delayed. Please refer to Section 6.5.5 for operation of
enabling /disabling the output delay. The delay time can be set under Unser\Delay Setup menu,
please refer to Section 6.6.3.
When an alarm comes while the output delay is enabled and the zonal delay time is not 0, the
FACP will automatically delay the start of the zonal sounder. If the common zone delay time is
not 0, the FACP will automatically delay the start of the common zone sounders. The LCD will
display the delay message shown as in Fig. 5-9. The Delay LED illuminates. On expiry of the
delay time, the Delay LED goes off, the sounder starts and the FACP gives action messages.
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Delay
Delay
001/002 2-115
Time:025
002/002 ----Time:035
Fig. 5-9
The messages on the screen mean that there are 2 devices being delayed. The sounder
number 115 in Zone 2 will activate after 25 seconds and SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+. R-) will
activate after 35 seconds. The delay time on the screen will decrease as the time passes.
During the delay period, pressing a manual call point will stop the delay and start the sounders,
ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT contact (R+, R-).
5.10 Disable Messages
When there are problems with connected devices, it may be necessary to disable them for
repair, and then enable them after repairing or replacing. When there is a disabled device, the
FACP gives disable message.
(1) The LCD displays disabled messages as in Fig. 5-10.
(2) Disabled LED illuminates.
(3) If all devices of a zone are disabled, the zonal Flt/Disabled LED illuminates.
Disabled
Disabled
001/002 2-015
15/12 08:26
002/002 1-001
15/12 10:30
Fig. 5-10
During the disabled period, the disabled part doesn’t work which will affect the system
performance. Please have them repaired or replaced as soon as possible. In the mean time,
more attention shall be paid to the area of the disabled devices to avoid and potential risks.
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Chapter 6 Users’ Guide
6.1 Rules for Menu Operation
There are two methods to access the menu:
(1) Pressing the corresponding number on the keypad.
(2) Pressing the up and down key to highlight the menu item, and then press Enter.
6.2 Rules for Data Input
There is a cursor on the screen at the position to input data. Pressing the left and right key can
move the position of the cursor. If there are multiple sections, pressing the up and down key
can move the cursor among sections. You can also modify the data by moving the cursor
during data input. Wherever the cursor is, pressing Enter will save all input data, and
pressing Cancel will exit without saving any data.
6.3 Viewing Messages
The LCD will display the history records as shown in Fig. 6-1 after pressing History key. The
system provides two methods to view history records.
(1) All History is used to view the latest 500 system running messages including startup,
shutdown, reset, fire alarm, pre-alarm, supervisory, action, delay, fault and disabled
messages. The maximum capacity is 500 entries.
(2) Fire History is used to view the latest 999 fire messages. The maximum capacity is
999 entries.
1.All History
2.Fire History
Fig. 6-1
6.3.1 Viewing All Messages
In the screen shown in Fig. 6-1, selecting “1. All History”, the system will enter the screen of
viewing history records.
In this screen, the latest 500 events can be viewed, which include event type, serial number,
total number, location, time and device type (Fig. 6-2).
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Fire
001/043 2-031
15/12 10:15
Fault 002/043 2-023
15/12 13:26
Fig. 6-2
6.3.2 Viewing Fire Messages
In the screen shown in Fig. 6-1, selecting “2.Fire History”, the system will enter the screen of
viewing fire records.
The latest 999 fire messages can be viewed under this screen, which include serial number,
total number, location, time and device type (Fig. 6-3).
Fire
Fire
001/043 2-031
15/12 13:26
002/043 2-023
15/12 13:26
Fig. 6-3
6.4 Viewing System Devices
You can view devices connected into the system by pressing Browse (Fig. 6-4).
The first screen
1.Active Equ.
2.Net Unit
The second screen
3.Repeater
Fig. 6-4
6.4.1 Loop Devices
In the screen shown in Fig. 6-4, selecting “1. Active Equ.”, the system will enter the screen to
view loop devices, where you can view all on line loop devices including total devices on line,
location and device type.
You can input the device code in the cell after “Code”, or pressing the up and down key to view
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the device before or after it.
In Fig. 6-5, we can see there are 98 devices on line and the current device No. 232 is in Zone 8
which is a manual call point.
Code: 232
Sum:098
Z-8 Analog
Fig. 6-5
For digital detector, there will be a “->” at the right bottom of the screen, indicating you can
enter the following screen by pressing Enter.
Code: 135
Sum:098
Z-5 Digital
->
Fig. 6-6
In Fig. 6-6, we can see there are 98 devices on line and the current device No. 135 is in Zone 5
which is a digital smoke detector. Pressing Enter, the screen displays as follows:
ALT = 115
Vc = 179
Clear Air = 021
Fig. 6-7
In the above screen, ALT (Alarm Threshold) refer to alarm threshold which is related with the
detector’s sensitivity. Vc (Current Value) refers to the current sampled value. “Clear Air”
value refers to the initial background light, which is a calibrated value under a reference testing
environment.
6.4.2 Viewing Network FACP
In the screen of Fig. 6-4, moving the highlight to “2. Net Unit” and pressing Enter or using
number key 2, the system will enter the screen of viewing network units which includes the
quantity and number of the FACP in the network.
6.4.3 Viewing Repeater Panels
In the screen of Fig. 6-4, moving the highlight to “3. Repeater” and pressing Enter or using
number key 3, the system will enter the screen of viewing repeater panels which includes the
quantity and number of the repeater panels on line.
6.5 Disabling and Enabling Devices
Pressing Disable or Enable, the system displays the following:
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The first screen
1.Zone
2.Devices
The second screen
3.Outputs
4.Pre-Alarm
The third screen
5.Output Delays
Fig. 6-8
Operations that can be disabled and enabled are:
⑴Zone: Disabling/enabling all devices of a zone.
⑵Devices: Disabling/enabling an individual device.
⑶Outputs: Disabling/enabling a selected output so that it cannot be triggered.
⑷Pre-Alarm: Disabling/enabling the pre-alarm mode of detectors.
⑸Output Delays: Disabling/enabling output delay.
If there is a device in trouble or false alarm, you can disable it so that it’s separated from
registered devices. After it’s repaired or replaced, you can then enable it again and the FACP
will add it to registered devices.
6.5.1 Disabling / Enabling a Zone
In the screen of Fig. 6-8, selecting “1. Zone”, the system will display zonal disable screen as in
Fig. 6-9.
Disabled Sum: 0
Disabled:Z- 1 [ ]
Fig. 6-9
Input the zone number, and press Enter, all devices of the zone will be disabled and an
asterisk “*” will appear in the “[ ]”. The zonal Flt/Disabled LED illuminates. The first line
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(Disabled Sum) which is the total number of disabled zone will increase by 1. The zone number
will also increase by 1 (if the disabled zone is zone 8, it changes to zone 1) as shown in Fig.
6-10. Pressing the up key can view the disabled zone, as in Fig. 6-11.
Disabled Sum: 1
Disabled:Z- 2 [ ]
Fig. 6-10
Disabled Sum: 1
Disabled:Z- 1 [*]
Fig. 6-11
The operation method of enabling a zone is similar to disabling a zone.
6.5.2 Disabling / Enabling a device
Selecting “2. Devices” in the screen of Fig. 6-8, the system will enter the screen for disabling
an individual zone, as in Fig. 6-12.
You can input the device code to be disabled in the cell after “Code”, or pressing the up and
down key to select the device before or after it. The second line displays the device information.
Pressing Enter, the selected device will be disabled.
Note: An already disabled device will not be displayed here.
Code: 231 Sum:002
8-231 Digital
Fig. 6-12
The operation method of enabling a device is similar to disabling it.
6.5.3 Disabling / Enabling an Output
The outputs that can be disabled and enabled are:
(1) ALARM OUTPUT. ALARM OUTPUT includes fire output and supervisory output
which share 1 relay output circuit and 1 LED. Only when both fire output and
supervisory output are disabled, the Fire Output LED indicates the disabled state that
is the red and green LED both illuminate.
(2) SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-). There is a SOUNDER OUTPUT circuit and an LED for
the SOUNDER OUTPUT.
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(3) FAULT OUTPUT: There is a FAULT OUTPUT circuit and an LED for the FAULT
OUTPUT.
Selecting “3. Outputs” in the screen of Fig. 6-8 will enter the screen for setting the output status,
as in Fig. 6-13.
The first screen
Fire Out
[*]
Abnormal Out [ ]
The second screen
Sounder Out
Fault Out
[*]
[*]
Fig. 6-13
[*] represents the output is currently enabled, and [ ] represents the output is disabled.
Pressing Enter in disabled screen, it displays “[ ]” showing the output is disabled. If an output is
already disabled (displaying “[ ]”, it remains unchanged when Enter is pressed. Pressing
Enter in enabled screen, it displays “[*]”. If an output is already enabled (displaying “[*]”, it
remains unchanged when Enter is pressed.
6.5.4 Disabling / Enabling Pre-alarm
As described in Section 5.6, an alarm from a detector will be considered as a pre-alarm signal
if the FACP works in delay mode while pre-alarm is enabled.
Selecting “4. Pre-Alarm” in the screen of Fig. 6-8, will enter the screen for enabling pre-alarm
as shown in Fig. 6-14.
Pre-Alarm
[*]
Fig. 6-14
[*] represents the pre-alarm is currently enabled, and [ ] represents it is disabled.
Pressing Enter in disabled screen, it displays “[ ]” showing the output is disabled. If the
pre-alarm is already disabled (displaying “[ ]”, it remains unchanged when Enter is pressed.
Pressing Enter in enabled screen, it displays “[*]”. If the pre-alarm is already enabled
(displaying “[*]”, it remains unchanged when Enter is pressed.
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6.5.5 Disabling / Enabling Output Delay
If output delay is enabled, the control panel can delay the output of the sounders, ALARM
OUTPUT (fire alarm output, supervisory output) and SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-) (the FAULT
OUTPUT cannot be delayed).
Note: the Output delay is normally enabled in order to reduce the false action of the
sounders ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-).
Selecting “5. Output Delays” in the screen of Fig. 6-8 will enter the screen for setting output
delay, as in Fig. 6-15.
Output Delay [*]
Fig. 6-15
[*] represents the output delay is currently enabled, and [ ] represents it is disabled.
Pressing Enter in disabled screen, it displays “[ ]” showing the output is disabled. If the output
delay is already disabled (displaying “[ ]”, it remains unchanged when Enter is pressed.
Pressing Enter in enabled screen, it displays “[*]”. If the output delay is already enabled
(displaying “[*]”, it remains unchanged when Enter is pressed.
6.6 Users Settings
In User screen, the user can modify the printing mode, modify system time, set delay time and
network address.
Pressing User can enter the user setting screen as in Fig. 6-16.
The first screen
1.Printer Setup
2.Time Setup
The second screen
3.Delay Setup
4.Network Setup
Fig. 6-16
6.6.1 Printer Setup
The printer can be set to the following three modes:
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(1) Disabled: No message will be printed out.
(2) Print Fire: Only fire alarm messages will be printed out.
(3) Print All: All messages will be printed out.
Selecting “1. Printer Setup” in the screen of Fig. 6-8, will enter the screen for setting the printer
as in Fig. 6-17.
The first screen
Disabled [*]
Print Fire[ ]
The second screen
Print All [ ]
Fig. 6-17
[*] represents the mode is enabled, and [ ] represents it is disabled.
Highlighting a mode and pressing Enter, the mode will be enabled and “[*]” will be displayed.
6.6.2 Time Setup
Time setup is used for setting and calibrating system time, which can be detailed to year,
month, date, hour and minute.
Note: The time must be set accurately as it will be used as reference time for system
running records.
Selecting “2. Time Setup” in the screen of Fig. 6-8 will enter time setup screen as shown in Fig.
6-18.
DD-MM/YY
- /
HH:MM
:
Fig. 6-18
The screen display the time by date-month/year hour: minute (DD: date, MM: month, YY: year,
HH: hour, MM: minute).
The control panel will return to the previous window after new time is entered. If the time
entered is incorrect, the system doesn’t respond and waits for new input.
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6.6.3 Delay Setup
Selecting “3. Delay Setup” in the screen of Fig. 6-8 will enter delay setup screen shown in Fig.
6-19.
1.Zone Delay
2.Common Delay
Fig. 6-19
(1) Zone/STG 1: If pre-alarm is enabled, this is for setting the delay time of the first stage
of pre-alarm. If pre-alarm is disabled, this is for setting the output delay time for the
zonal sounders, which is maximum 600 seconds.
(2) Common/STG 2: If pre-alarm is enabled, this is for setting the delay time of the second
stage of pre-alarm. If pre-alarm is disabled, this is for setting the output delay time for
the common sounders or ALARM OUTPUT and SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-), which
is maximum 600 seconds.
Selecting 1 or 2 in the screen of 6-19 will enter setting screen as in Fig .6-20.
Delay:200 S
Max Delay 600s
Fig. 6-20
6.6.4 Network Setup
Please refer to Chapter 8 for description of network setup.
6.7 Evacuate
If a fire alarm is acknowledged as a real fire, pressing EVAC key will immediately start all
sounders and SOUNDER OUTPUT (R+, R-) to warn people to evacuate. Pressing EVAC, the
system will request a password. Entering the correct password and pressing Enter will
enable the evacuate function.
6.8 Alarm Silence
If a fire occurs, the zonal and common sounders will be activated to give the alarm sound.
Pressing Silence can stop the sound (if the keypad is locked, Level 1 password is required),
and the Silence LED will illuminate. The second press on Silence key or a new-coming fire
alarm will re-start the sounders, and the Silence LED goes off.
6.9 Reset
The FACP shall be reset after a fire alarm or a fault is disposed. Reset can be done by pressing
Reset key and inputting the password and pressing Enter.
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The following functions can be realized by reset:
(1) Clearing all current fire alarm and fault display;
(2) Resetting the status indication LED of loop controlled fire suppression equipment.
(3) Clearing the silenced status;
(4) Locking the keypad.
6.10 Unlocking and Locking the Keypad
6.10.1 Unlocking the Keypad
The keypad is locked by default when powered up. Certain functional keys (except Browse)
request a password and confirmation by pressing Enter before further operation.
6.10.2 Locking the Keypad
The FACP is designed to automatically lock the keypad. When there are alarm messages such
as fire, supervisory and fault being displayed or there is menu operation, the FACP will lock the
keypad if there is no operation in 90 seconds and no new message comes.
Note: After operations, the person on duty should make sure that the keypad is locked
in order to avoid unwanted operation.
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Chapter 7 System Operator’s Guide
System configuration can be modified by pressing System (Fig. 7-1) where Level 2 password
is required.
The first screen
1.Definition
2.Register
The second screen
3.Password
4.Device Modify
The third screen
5.Monitoring
Fig. 7-1
7.1 System Status Setup
Pressing System and entering Level 2 password will enter system setup menu, and there will
be a “-“ at the right bottom of the screen showing the system is in commission status. About
2 minutes later the “-“ will disappear and the screen changes to monitor status. Resetting
the panel can also change the system from commission to monitor status.
Commission Status is used in project commission or the system configuration needs to be
modified (such as the number of loop devices or network equipment). Registering devices
in this status will update registration information and network configuration.
Monitor Status is the normal status after completion of project commission. Under this
status registration information and network configuration cannot be updated.
7.2 Device Definition
Selecting “1. Definition” under the screen shown in Fig. 7-1 will enter the screen of device
definition shown in Fig. 7-2.
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Code: 025 Zone:
Device Type: 03
1
Fig. 7-2
You can input the device code after “Code”, and zone number after “Zone”, in which “0”
stands for the common zone, and then input the device type. The icon of the device type will
be displayed to avoid any possible mistake. Pressing Enter will complete the definition.
After a device is successfully defined, the following device code will automatically increase by
1, with other messages remaining unchanged. If the definition fails, the device code will
remain unchanged for re-definition.
Inputting the device code in monitor status, its definition message is automatically displayed
which can be modified by the user. Inputting the device code in commission status the initial
value of the device will be displayed.
7.3 Device Registration
Selecting “2.Register” in the screen of Fig. 7-1 will enter the screen of device registration as
in Fig. 7-3.
Registering...
[021] Sum: 014
Registering...
[ 022 ] Sum: 015
Fig. 7-3
The device code is displayed in the “[ ]” during device Registration. If the device code is
highlighted, this means it is registered and the total number of registered devices increases. If
the device number is not highlighted, then the device is not registered. The system enters
normal monitoring state after registration.
We can see from Fig, 7-3, device No. 021 is not registered and the total number remains
unchanged. Device No. 022 is registered and the total number increased by 1.
The FACP is able to identify duplicated codes and write into running record for the user to
modify. If there are duplicated codes, the screen will display the following message after
registration (Fig. 7-4).
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Repeated! Please
browse history!
Fig. 7-4
Disposal of duplicated codes:
(1) Press History and select “”All History” option;
(2) The duplicated codes are shown as in Fig. 7-5, in which device No. 2 and 5 are
duplicated.
Double
Double
001/020 1-002
15/12 13:26
002/020 1-005
15/12 13:26
Fig. 7-5
(3) Modify the code to an unused number within 1~242 by handheld programmer. If
it’s a digital device, the “Code Modify” option of the FACP can be used (refer to
Section 7.4.1).
(4) Press System and select “2. Register” to re-register the device.
7.4 Password Setting
7.4.1 Classification of the passwords
Operation to functional keys except View Fire, Tab, History, and Browse requires password.
Only after the correct password is input, further operation can be done. For system security,
there are two levels of password, password I and password II.
Functions that can be performed by password I are User Setup, Disable/Enable, Self-test,
Reset, Evacuate and Silence. Password II is used for system settings.
Note: Password levels are downwards applicable (e.g. if a User enters the level 2
password, they have access at all levels).
7.4.2 Modification of the password
Selecting “3.Password” in the screen of Fig. 7-1 will enter password setting screen as in Fig.
7-6.
1.Password I
2.Password II
Fig. 7-6
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Press up and down key to select the item. After Enter is pressed, the system will enter the
screen of password modification shown as Fig. 7-7.
Password: ******
Confirm: ******
Fig. 7-7
New password can be input here.
avoid mistake.
The FACP will request to repeat the new password to
If the two inputs are the same, the FACP will exit password setup screen, which means the
setting is successful. If they are different, the screen remains unchanged and waits to be
modified.
7.5 Device Modification
Note: Device modification is only available for digital devices.
Selecting “4.Device Modify” in the screen of Fig. 7-1 will enter the screen of device
modification as in Fig. 7-8.
1.Code Modify
2.Sense Modify
Fig. 7-8
7.5.1 Code Modification
Selecting “1.Code Modify” in the above screen will enter the screen in Fig. 7-9.
Old Code:
New Code:
123
210
Fig. 7-9
Input the device code after “Old Code” and the modified code after “New Code”, and then
press Enter. If the modification is successful, the screen will display as in Fig. 7-10.
Succeed!
Fig. 7-10
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If the input code is beyond the available range or if the modification is unsuccessful, the
screen will remain unchanged and waits to be modified.
7.5.2 Sensitivity Modification
Selecting “2.Sense Modify” in the screen of Fig. 7-6, the system will enter the screen in Fig.
7-11.
1.Zone Sense
2.Code Sense
Fig. 7-11
(1) “Zone Sense” is used to modify the sensitivity of all detectors from a zone.
(2) “Code Sense” is for a specific detector.
There are three sensitivity levels: 1. High (H)
2. Moderate (M)
3. Low (L)
Selecting “1. Zone Sense” will enter the screen shown in Fig. 7-12.
Zone: 1 Sense:
1.H 2.M 3.L
2
Fig. 7-12
Note: The sensitivity of all detectors of the selected zone will change after modification
here.
Selecting “2.Code Sense” in the screen of Fig. 7-9 will enter the screen in Fig. 7-13.
Code:
Sense:
210
1
Zone:6
H
Fig. 7-13
Note: The device sensitivity will change after modification here.
7.6 Device Monitoring
Selecting “5.Monitoring” in the screen of Fig. 7-1 will enter the screen of device monitoring. If
it is digital loop device, the screen will be as in Fig.7-14.
Code: 162 Digital
Value:[ 0204 ]
Fig. 7-14
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From the above figure we can see that digital device No. 162 is being monitored. The latest
sampled value (temperature, smoke density and flame intensity) is 204.
If the device is non-digital loop device, the screen will be as Fig. 7-15.
Code: 003 Analog
Value:[ 1959 ]
Fig. 7-15
The above screen shows that analogue device No. 162 is being monitored. The sampling
value of its pulse duration of return code is 1959us.
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Chapter 8 Networking
8.1 General Description
GST100 Fire Alarm Control Panel provides a multi-functional communication port which can
connect it with GST series panels into network via a network card and with repeater panels.
8.2 Networking the FACP
8.2.1 Network of GST Series Panels
The loop terminal of network card of GST series panels can be connected to the RS-485 loop.
The loop cable shall be 1.0mm 2 or above twisted pair with total length not over 1Km.
8.2.2 Connecting with Repeater Panels
The loop terminal of network card of the panel can be connected with the repeater panel via
the RS-485 loop. The loop cable shall be 1.0mm 2 or above twisted pair with total length not
over 1Km.
8.3 Networking Method
Reboot the panel after it’s set to commission status, or pressing Self Test in commission
status, the panel will automatically register network card. If the network card is properly
connected, the screen will display as in Fig. 8-1.
Network Running
Fig. 8-1
8.3.1 GST Network
GST Network is a special network for GST series control panels which can have all devices in
the network be monitored. A maximum of 32 panels can be networked.
In order to network the panel, the panels shall be set with a network address first. The
setting method of the network address for GST100 panel is as follows:
Pressing User and selecting “2. Local address” under “4. Network Setup” as in Fig. 8-2, and
pressing Enter will enter the designated screen as in Fig. 8-3. Pressing Enter after setting,
and then you can connect the panel into network via the network card. The address shall be
within 01~32.
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1.Display Setup
2.Address Setup
Fig. 8-2
Local address
01
Fig. 8-3
As different system requires different network function, the FACP is designed to be able to
filter network information. In this mode, The FACP displays only its local messages, but
does not display messages from other network panels. The following settings will enable
the filter ability:
Moving the highlight to “1. Display Setup” in the screen of Fig. 8-2 and pressing Enter will
enter the screen as in Fig. 8-4. If “Enable” is selected, the FACP will display the fire,
supervisory and fault message from the network. If “Disable” is selected, the FACP will
display its local messages. (“[*]” refers to the selected option).
Disabled
Enabled
[ ]
[*]
Fig. 8-4
If this FACP is used as the host panel and set in commission status (refer to Section 7.1),
re-booting it after network address and display mode are set up will automatically update its
network configuration.
8.3.2 Connecting with Repeater Panels
The FACP can connect with up to 64 repeater panels in order to transmit the fire alarm
messages and give audio alarm.
The messages to be transmitted to the repeater panels are the location and code of the
device that alarms the fire, so that the location can be quickly found.
8.4 Display of Network Messages
8.4.1 Network Fault
The FACP will report fault messages as shown in Fig. 8-5 and 8-6 in case there are power
down with network panels and repeater panels, off-normal communication or damaged
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network card. There are four types of network fault which are network card fault, telephone
line fault in case the remote monitoring network doesn’t work properly, network panel fault in
case of the power down or off-normal communication with the network panels or repeater
panels fault in case of power down with the repeater panels.
Fault 001/004 ----15/03 13:28窗口
Fault 002/004 000000
15/03 13:29切换
Fig. 8-5
Fault 003/004 000002
15/03 13:29窗口
Fault 004/004 000064
15/03 13:30切换
Fig. 8-6
8.4.2 Display of Network Messages
The FACP can display the fire, supervisory and fault messages from the network if the
network display mode is enabled, as in Fig. 8-7 and 8-8. The user code of the device will be
highlighted for network message. For local messages, only zone number and device code
are displayed.
Last
Fire
Fire
002/002 021241
15/03 13:27
001/002 021221
15/03 13:26
Fig. 8-7
Fault 001/002 032002
15/03 12:20窗口
Fault 002/002 032064
15/03 12:20切换
Fig. 8-8
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Chapter 9 Calculation of Battery Capacity
Table 9-1
Current(A)
Device
Monitor
Alarm
FACP
0.1A
0.1A
Loop Devices
N×0.0008A
N×0.002A
Total
I1
I2
Suppose I3 is the sum of SOUNDER OUTPUT and auxiliary output which is maximum 1A, Tj
(H) is the monitor time, Ta (H) is the alarm time, and Tw (H) is the output time.
The Maximum battery capacity (Ah)= I1×Tj + I2×Ta + I3×Tw
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Chapter 10 Troubleshooting and Regular Inspection
10.1 Common Disposal
Table 10-1
No.
Problem
Reason
Solution
1
No display or
abnormal
display after
power up.
a. Abnormal power supply
b. Loose connection with
LCD cable.
a. Check 230VAC power supply
b. Check the connection cable
2
Display AC Fault
after power up
a. No 230VAC power
supply
b. The fuse of AC power is
blown out.
a. Check and connect the
cables.
b. Replace the AC fuse.(see
the label for parameter)
3
Display Battery
fault after power
up
a. Loose connection with
battery.
b. Battery discharged or
damaged.
a. Check the relative parts.
b. Power up for more than eight
hours with the AC power
supply, if the fault still exists,
replace the batteries.
4
Unable to
register field
devices
a. Not well connected.
b. The cable of field
devices damaged.
a. Check and connect.
b. Check and replace the cable.
5
Can not print
a. Print mode is not set.
b. Loose connection with
printer.
c. Printer damaged.
a. Set the print mode.
b. Check and connect the
printer.
c. Replace the printer.
6
Equipment fault
a. Loose connection with
this equipment.
b. This equipment
damaged.
a. Check the connection.
b. Replace the equipment.
7
Loop bus fault
Loop bus is shorted or open. Check the circuit.
10.2 Maintenance of Printer
The printing paper should be replaced as required prior to running out.
1) Open the cabinet of FACP, and shut down the power (pull out the the 2P connector
block connecting the printer and LED board.
2) Screw off the nut on the rack, take out the screw and remove the scroll spindle.
3) Put the new scroll spindle on the screw, replace and fix it with screws.
4) Cut the end of paper as in Fig. 10-1.
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Fig. 10-1
5) Turn on the power of the printer. Press SK1 key, feed the paper through by hand, the
paper will enter slowly until it appears in front of the head. The scroll spindle has
been replaced.
Note: The printing paper should be always kept tight. The loose scroll will make it
thicker thus slow the moving of paper.
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Appendix 1 Internal Connection Diagram
LCD
N
FAULT OUTPUT ALARM OUTPUT
NO COM NC NO COM NC
Loop IN
-
+
Loop OUT
-
+
R-
R+ GND +24V
EARTH
XS2
Main Board
Interface Board
XT2
XT1
GND
VCC
TXD
RXD
BUSY
GND
LED/Keypad Board
To Battery
XS1
Speaker
1
2
3
4
Printer
XS4
485 Network Board
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GND +5V
PG
SPEAKER
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Appendix 2 Device Type List
Device Type
No.
Undefined
00
Smoke Detector
01
Heat Detector
02
Ultraviolet Flame Detector
07
Multi Detector
10
Ultraviolet Flame Detector
11
Infrared Beam Detector
51/52
Gas Detector
05
Sounder
24/25
Flow SW
30
Alarm Output
Action When Activity
Fire Alarm
Supervisory
Action
Sounder Output
Fault Output
Power
Battery
System Fault
Loop Bus Fault
Fault
Ground Fault
24V Fault
Net Card
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No. 80, Changjiang East Road, QETDZ, Qinhuangdao, Hebei,
P. R. China 066004
Tel: +86 (0) 335 8502434
Fax: +86 (0) 335 8502532
service.gst@fs.utc.com
www.gst.com.cn
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