Installation and Operation Manual For Engineer Using

Installation and Operation Manual For Engineer Using
GST200 Single Loop
Intelligent Mini Fire Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
For Engineer Using
(Issue3.03, August of 2006)
Global System Technology
GST200 Operating Manual
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Contents
1.
GENERAL ................................................................................................................................. 1
2.
PRODUCT INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................... 1
3.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................... 1
4.
STRUCTURE AND CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................... 3
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.4
5.
APPEARANCE AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE .................................................................. 3
Typical Configuration.............................................................................................. 4
Description of LEDs ............................................................................................... 5
Description of Keys ................................................................................................ 6
Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel (ZCP)........................................... 6
CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................................... 7
Typical Configuration.............................................................................................. 7
Optional Units......................................................................................................... 8
FIELD DEVICES ........................................................................................................ 9
Series of Intelligent Alarm Detectors ...................................................................... 9
Modules ................................................................................................................. 9
Loop Isolator .......................................................................................................... 9
Manual call point (MCP)....................................................................................... 10
Addressable sounder strobe ................................................................................ 10
Repeater Panel .................................................................................................... 10
CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE ................................................................................... 10
INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING ............................................................................... 10
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
5.5.6
5.5.7
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
PRODUCT INSPECTION............................................................................................ 11
MOUNTING THE CABINET ........................................................................................ 11
START-UP CHECKING .............................................................................................. 11
BASES INSTALLATION & INSPECT CABLE CIRCUIT ...................................................... 12
CONNECTIONS OF FIELD DEVICES ........................................................................... 12
Function of terminals:........................................................................................... 13
Output mode setting............................................................................................. 14
Connection of Sounder Circuit Output.................................................................. 14
Connection of F.P.E. Output ................................................................................. 14
Connection of Fire Alarm Output .......................................................................... 15
Connection of Class A Loop ................................................................................. 15
Connection of Communication Loop .................................................................... 16
DEVICES ADDRESSING AND REGISTRATION .............................................................. 17
Devices Addressing.............................................................................................. 17
Devices Installation .............................................................................................. 17
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5.6.3
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.7.5
5.7.6
5.7.7
5.7.8
5.7.9
5.8
6.
DISPLAY AND DISPOSAL OF SYSTEM INFORMATION ...................................................... 31
6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.4
6.5
7.
Registration of Devices ........................................................................................ 17
DEFINITION AND DOWNLOAD ................................................................................... 17
Installation ............................................................................................................ 17
Toolbar of GST-DEF Software .............................................................................. 19
Operation Screens ............................................................................................... 21
Adding FACP........................................................................................................ 22
Zone Definition ..................................................................................................... 22
Definition of Loop Devices ................................................................................... 23
Defining Repeater Panels .................................................................................... 25
Defining ZCP........................................................................................................ 26
Defining Cause and Effect (C&E) Equations ........................................................ 28
SYSTEM COMMISSIONING ....................................................................................... 31
NORMAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 31
FIRE ALARM ........................................................................................................... 31
Screen of Fire Alarm ............................................................................................ 31
Disposal of Fire Alarm Signal ............................................................................... 33
FAULT INFORMATION ............................................................................................... 33
Screen of Fault Information .................................................................................. 33
Disposal of Fault Information................................................................................ 34
RULES FOR MESSAGE DISPLAY ............................................................................... 34
RULES FOR SOUND INDICATION ............................................................................... 35
DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM OPERATION ............................................................................ 35
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
KEYPAD ................................................................................................................. 35
Functions ............................................................................................................. 35
Methods of Data Input .......................................................................................... 35
Unlocking and Locking the Keypad ...................................................................... 35
USER OPERATION INSTRUCTION.............................................................................. 36
Changing time display.......................................................................................... 36
Browsing .............................................................................................................. 36
Muting the panel................................................................................................... 43
INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATOR ............................................................................... 43
Resetting the system............................................................................................ 43
Disable and Enable .............................................................................................. 43
Manual Operation................................................................................................. 44
Setting work mode of printer ................................................................................ 45
Checking all visual and audible indications .......................................................... 46
Gas Extinguishing Equipment .............................................................................. 46
Security Mode Setting .......................................................................................... 46
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7.4
7.4.1
7.4.2
7.4.3
7.4.4
7.4.5
7.4.6
7.4.7
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR .......................................................... 47
Changing Date/Time ............................................................................................ 47
Modifying Password ............................................................................................. 48
Setting up Network Address of the Panel............................................................. 49
Setting up Starting Zone Number of this FACP in Network .................................. 49
Setting up Display Mode of Network Messages ................................................... 50
Initialization of System CPU ................................................................................. 50
Viewing Supervisory Data of Intelligent Devices .................................................. 50
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................ 51
9.
BATTERY CALCULATION ..................................................................................................... 52
10. CAUTIONS.............................................................................................................................. 52
APPENDIX 1 INTERNAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM .................................................................... 53
APPENDIX 2 DEVICE TYPE LIST ................................................................................................. 54
APPENDIX 3 OPERATION MENU................................................................................................. 56
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1. General
GST200 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel is designed in accordance with EN 54-2, using latest
addressable technology. With small size, easy installation and easy commissioning method, it is ideal
for small addressable systems. LCD screen shows details of each event. Fuzzy logic control enables
the maximum flexiable programming.
Please assign a specific person to keep this manual for occasional use during operation of the
GST200 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel.
2. Product Introduction
GST200 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) is designed by EN 54 standard with qualities of
simple installation, operation, and easy maintenance. It is used in fire alarm system with the following
features:
1. 30 zones capacity, each zone has its own alarm and fault/disable LEDs and a label.
2. Class A loop can have up to 235 addressable devices. It is compatible with a series of addressable
GST products, which are intelligent sounder strobe (I-9403) complying with EN 54-3, optical smoke
detector (I-9102) complying with EN 54-7, intelligent manual call point (MCP, I-9202) complying with
EN 54-11, intelligent reflective beam detector (I-9105R) complying with EN 54-12, input and output
module (I-9300, I-9301) complying with GEI 1-084, and loop isolator (C-9503) complying with GEI
1-052.
3. Graphic LCD can display 8 lines in total and 18 characters each line, assisting the 15 LEDs to
display important information.
4. The memory does not lose data even if power supply is accidentally removed.
5. Manual keys for each zone, which can activate/silence the sounder strobes separately.
6. Automatically prompting operation steps for every alarm device and for smoke exhaust and fire
extinguisher by field programming.
7. Sounder strobe interface provides 0.5A/24V output, compatible with GST conventional sounder
strobe (C-9403) designed according to EN 54-3.
8. RS232 interface enables communication with PC.
9. RS485 interface enables networking.
3. Technical Specifications
Operating Voltage
Input Voltage: 230VAC
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Input Current: 0.5A
Fuse: 2A delay
+10%
-15%
/ 220VAC
+10%
-15%
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Recommended Wiring: 1.5mm2 or above shield cable, complying with local installation codes.
Standby Batteries
Maximum Charge Current: 27.2V@0.8A float charge
Type: Sealed lead acid batteries
Maximum Charge Capacity: 24Ah
Fuse: 8A
Recommended Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.5
2 core and Earth 1.5mm2 CSA
Communication Loop Parameters
1 RS485 Communication Loop
NETWORK (A, B): Network connection, for connecting with up to 32 network control panels of
different model.
REPEATER (A, B): Communication bus for connecting with 10 repeater panels at most.
Recommended Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2 core and Earth 1mm2 CSA
2 RS232 Communication Loop
RS232 connection is to communicate with Graphic User Interface (GUI) system installed on PC
through serial port.
Recommended Wiring: Standard RS232 interface. The 2nd pin (for sending data), the 3rd pin (for
receiving data), and the 5th pin (ground) are connected with PC through
three-core
shield
cable (Note: Wire length should be less than 15m; shield layer and computer’s enclosure
should be connected to ground)
Detection Loop Parameters
LOOP OUT (+, -): Polarized signal loop from the FACP, which can be connected with mostly
235 addressable devices.
LOOP IN (+, -): Polarized signal loop returning to the FACP.
Output Voltage: 21V~27V pulse
Output Current: 0~300mA
Recommended Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2 core and Earth 1mm2 CSA
Output Parameters
Recommend Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
1 FIRE ALARM OUTPUT (+, -)
Output Voltage: 21VDC~27VDC
Output Current: 0~500mA
End of Line Resistor: 4.7kΩ
Automatically activated in case of fire
2 F.P.E OUTPUT (+, -)
Output Voltage: 21VDC~27VDC
Output Current: 0~500mA
End of Line Resistor: 4.7kΩ
Automatically activated in case of fire
2 core and Earth 1mm2 CSA
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3 SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT (+, -)
Output Voltage: 21VDC~27VDC
Output Current: 0~500mA
End of Line Resistor: 4.7kΩ
Automatically activated in case of fire
4 FAULT OUTPUT (NC, COM, NO)
Contact Capacity: 24VDC @1.0A
Dry contect changeover in fault state
Dimension
400mm×560mm×182mm (L x W x H)
4. Structure and Configuration
4.1
Appearance and Internal Structure
GST200 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel is wall-mounted. Its appearance and internal structure are
shown in Fig. 4-1 and 4-2.
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
Fig. 4-1
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1 Time display
2 LCD display
3 Printer panel
4 Space for optional units
5 LED indication
7 Zone indication and manual intervention panel (ZCP)
6 Keypad
Fig. 4-2
1 Display and operation area
3 Printer
7 Interface board
10 PSU filter
2 Zone indication and manual intervention panel
4 Optional units (FCP)
5 Speaker
8 Filtering board (optional)
6 Power supply
9 Loop module
11 Transformer
4.1.1 Typical Configuration
The display and operation area consists of time display, LCD display, LED indication and keypad,
which are shown in Fig. 4-3.
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Fig. 4-3
4.1.2 Description of LEDs
FIRE:
Red. It illuminates when the FACP detects an alarm condition of connected
detectors or MCP. After fire alarm condition is removed, the fire status can be cleared by
pressing RESET key, and this LED goes out simultaneously.
COMMON FAULT:
Amber. It illuminates when the FACP detects fault of connected devices
or panel itself. It goes out automatically when RESET is pressed after the fault condition is
removed.
DISABLED: Amber. It illuminates when connected devices, F.P.E. output or sounder circuit
output are disabled.
MUTE:
Amber. It illuminates when the FACP is in mute state.
AC FAULT: Amber. It illuminates when the main power supply is not valid. After the AC power
resumes, it goes out automatically.
SYSTEM FAULT:
Amber. It illuminates if the program encounters a dead halt.
POWER HEALTHY: Green. It illuminates when main or standby power is ON.
BATTERY FAULT:
Amber. It illuminates when standby power is in fault. After the fault is
cleared, it will go out.
F.P.E. FLT/DISABLE: Amber. It flashes when F.P.E. output is in fault and illuminates steadily
after the F.P.E. is disabled.
SOUNDER FLT/DISABLE:
Amber. It flashes when the sounder circuit output (SounderA)
and the addressable sounders on the loop are in fault and illuminates steadily after the
sounder is disabled.
PLANT CONTROL: Amber, Action message indication. It illuminates when there are
feedback signal of fire-protective plant.
DELAY MODE:
Amber. It illuminates when the sounder output is set in delay mode.
EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM RELEASE: Amber. It illuminates when connected gas
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extinguishing equipment has been activated.
EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM REQUEST: Amber. It illuminates when the system is ready to start
the gas extinguishing equipment but the FACP is in release-disabled or delayed state.
EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM PERMIT:
enabled.
Amber. It illuminates when extinguishing system is
4.1.3 Description of Keys
SYSTEM:
Engineer System setting up
PRINT:
Printing mode setting
SELF TEST: Carry out visual and audible indication when panel is in normal.
MODE:
Setting up the gas extinguishing permittion status
START/STOP: Start/stop the loop devices.
ENABLE/DISABLE: Enabling/disabling loop devices
SEC:
Setting up security mode
RESET:
Resetting the system
BROWSE: Browsing the information of system configuration
LOG:
Viewing history record
SCREEN:
Setting up the screen contrast, message display mode and browsing cause and
effect (C&E) equations.
MUTE:
Stopping the FACP local audio alarm.
VIEW FAULT:
Displaying fault information
LOCK:
Locking the keypad when it is unlocked.
SCROLL:
Changing display contents when there are more than one piece of message.
ESC:
Canceling or quitting the operating menu. If it’s pressed while the FACP is
displaying messages, it will resume displaying messages of the highest level.
VIEW DISABLE: Viewing disabled messages.
ENTER:
Confirming inputs to be valid. In normal monitoring state, pressing it can make
the clock display change between month/day mode and hour/minute mode.
VIEW PLANT:
Displaying action messages.
4.1.4 Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel (ZCP)
Appearance of zone indication and manual intervention panel is shown in Fig. 4-4.
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Fig. 4-4
The ZCP have 32 units. Each unit consists of a key, two indicators and a label. The key is for
start/stop control. Device labels can be stuck on the right side of the keys, marking corresponding
names. Zone indication and manual intervention panel can complete the following functions through
defining.
4.1.4.1
Zone Indication
a) LEDs
b)
Fire:
Red. It illuminates when a fire occurs in the zone.
Fault/Disable: Amber. It flashes when there is any fault in the zone. If all devices in this zone
are disabled, the LED illuminates steadily. It goes out after the trouble is cleared or the
FACP is reset.
The key of a zone is used to activate/stop sounders in the zone.
4.1.4.2
Device Operation (Start/Stop)
a) Command LED: Red. It illuminates when start command is given and goes out when stop
command is given or the FACP resets.
b) Key:
Pressing to start/stop a device.
4.1.4.3
SILENCE Key:
a) Command LED: It lights after the key pressed. If new alarm comes, the FACP is reset or
SILENCE key is pressed again, the LED goes out.
b)
4.2
Key:
Press the key in fire state to silence all sounders, press again to resume the alarm.
Configuration
4.2.1
Typical Configuration
A typical FACP consists of main board, interface board, power supply, display part, and zone
indication and manual intervention panel (ZCP).
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Main board
Main board is the core of the FACP, which contains CPU and interfaces to other main parts and
optional parts.
Interface board
It is signal interface board of the FACP, which has communication port, detecting port, fire alarm
output port, fault output port etc. The interface board connects field devices and the FACP into a
complete fire alarm system.
Loop module
The loop module provides an interface for Class A loop detection.
Power supply
It provides power to the main board, loop interface board and printer. The built-in battery charger
connecting to 24V backup batttery ensures the system continuously work in case of power fault.
Display and operation part
This part is used to indicate the status of the system, and carry out relative operations through
keypad (browsing, setting, disabling and etc).
Zone indication and manual intervention panel (ZCP)
The ZCP is to make zonal indicate of fire alarm, fault/disable state, start/stop a device or make a
global silence.
4.2.2
Optional Units
Fireman’s Control Panel (FCP)
Fireman’s Control Panel is designed for controlling some important devices in the system like fire
pump, smoke exhauster and blower manually and automatically. Maximum 10 routes can be
equipped on the FACP. The panel can monitor the fault on the cable of short circuit and open circuit
with corresponding audio and visual indications, which can ensure the reliability of connection
between the panel and the plant equipment as much as possible.
Printer
The built-in type micro matrix printer can print 96 kinds of ASCII code characters (capital or lower
case of Latin letters, figures and symbols) and programmable non-standard code charactors.
Communication card
The FACP provides a multi-functional communication port, connecting with different types of cards
to realize networking among GST series fire alarm control panels, to form urban fire alarm
supervisory network through public telephone network and to fulfill graphic supervision by
connecting with GUI system.
The FACP can provide two kinds of network cards: Local Network Card, Monitor & Control Card.
Their structures are shown in Fig. 4-5.
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Fig. 3-5
1 20P data cable connecting with main board.
2 Red LED, lit when receiving signals.
3 Green LED, lit when sending signals.
4 RS-485 network communication cable (A and B).
5 20P data cable connecting with main board.
6 Standard RS-232 interface connecting with GUI.
Note: A RS-232 card should be ordered as a commissioning tool. Only with this card, the
system definitions can be downloaded from PC.
4.3
Field Devices
4.3.1
Series of Intelligent Alarm Detectors
GST 200 can connect with a series of fire detectors, such as I-9102, I-9103, I-9105R, etc. The
detectors installed in the protected area transmit monitoring message to the control panel through
detection loop. Every detector has its own address with which the control panel can supervise the
information of alarm, fault, and normal status of the detectors.
4.3.2
Modules
The addressable input module I-9300 module is to monitor signal from field equipment, and
transmits the information to the control panel. I-9301 single I/O module connects with the equipment
controlled by the control panel, such as smoke exhauster, fan blower and fire valve. It can also
receive the feedback signal from this equipment.
4.3.3
Loop Isolator
Loop Isolator is used to break the short circuit part of loop from the whole system to ensure normal
operation of other parts, minimize the execution of the fault. After the fault is repaired, the loop
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isolator can automatically reset the isolated part and put it back into normal operation.
4.3.4
Manual call point (MCP)
A series of manual call points (such as I-9202) can be connected with the loop of GST200. When
fire is observed, press the glass on the MCP, alarm signal will be sent to the control panel. After
receiving the alarm signal, the control panel will show the number and location of the MCP, and
sound alarm.
4.3.5
Addressable sounder strobe
Addressable sounder strobe is a kind of audible/ visual alarm device installed in field, which can be
activated by fire alarm control panel or by manual call point installed in field. A series of GST
addressable sounder strobes (such as I-9403) can be connected to the loop of GST200. Being
activated, it will generate strong audible/ visual alarm signal to warn people away from dangerous.
4.3.6
Repeater Panel
GST852RP(X) Repeater Panel is designed with a microprocessor. When alarm occurs, the repeater
panel can display the address and information of the fire and make audible alarm. The repeater
panel is connecting with fire alarm control panel through RS485 communication port.
4.4
Configuration Software
The software has the functions of editing and downloading system definition of device and C&E
equation. The definitions should be done and downdloaded to the panel via RS232 card before the
system starts operation.
5. Installation and Commissioning
Please follow the steps below to install and commission the GST200 system.
1 Check if you have received all items you ordered according to packing list
2 Mount the FACP
3 Power up the FACP and carry out power-on inspection.
4 Inspect cable circuit
5 Connect field devices
6 Register devices
7 Define the devices and equations than download to the control panel through configuration
software by PC according to engineering configuration.
8 Full system test
9 Handover
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5.1
Product Inspection
Before installation, check the appearance of GST200 for the following items:
5.2
Check Engineering Configuration
Check the configuration according to packing list. The main items to be examined are: installation
and operation manual, keys to the control panel, etc.
Check Internal Configurations and Interconnection of the Control Panel
All internal parts have been connected completely (including optional units) before the control
panel leaves the factory. Therefore, mainly check the following items: zone indication and manual
intervention panel and power supply. Check the connection among parts, including the connection
between main board and power supply, switch board and loop interface board, zone indication
and manual intervention panel with switch board, speaker and main board etc. Please refer to
Appendix 1.
Mounting the Cabinet
Dimension of the cabinet is shown in Fig. 5-1.
Ambient Temperature: 0˚C ~ +40˚C
Relative Humidity <95%, non-condensing.
Fig. 5-1
5.3
Start-up Checking
After installation, apply power to the FACP as shown in Fig. 5-2. Turn on the main and standby
power supply in the cabinet and check if the control panel can carry out self-test. The items to be
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checked are as below.
If all parts of time display illuminate one by one
If the LCD makes block checking
If the state LED indicators illuminates one by one
If the zonal LED indicators in ZCP illuminate in turn
If the speaker can give loud alarm sounds
Power
L
N
G
1
3
2
AC Power
L
Switch
N
Fig. 5-2
5.4
Bases installation & Inspect cable circuit
All GST addressable devices (excluding addressable sounder bases) have individual base for only
wiring and fixing. Install and wire the bases to make complete loop. The connections please refer
to individual manual of each device. The sounder base and and isolators (including isolator bases)
should not be connected before insulation test.
All cable circuits including loop, sounder circuit and F.P.E. circuit should be checked before any
device installed. The items to check include continuouty, insulation and connection resistance.
Because the high voltage for testing insulation may damage the devices, so the testing must be
carried out before connect any device (base without electronic component has no problem during
testing).
Insulation resistance measured within the circuits and between circuits to ground should be more
than 20MΩ. Risistance of single line cable is relevant with cable size and connection quality.
5.5
Connections of Field Devices
Caution: Do not Apply power until you have completed all input and
output connections. Failure to do so may result in injury!
GST200 connects with field devices by the interface board.
Terminals of loop interface board are shown in Fig. 5-3.
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Fig. 5-3
5.5.1 Function of terminals:
CLASS CHANGE (XT3): Short to activate the sounder output.
FAULT OUTPUT (XT8): Dry contact output on fault for Normally Open or Normally Close mode.
SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT (XT7): The output will be activated when there is fire alarm, can
be stopped by pressing “SILENCE” key on ZCP. Output can be disabled, and there is no
output after disabled. The control panel will report fault when connected cable in short or
open circuit.
F.P.E. OUTPUT (XT6): The output will be activated when there is fire alarm. It can be disabled,
and does not output when fire alarm occurs in disabled state. The control panel reports
fault when connected cable in short or open circuit.
FIRE ALARM OUTPUT (XT5): The output will be activated when there is fire alarm and should
give fault signals when connected circuit is shorted or opened.
LOOP BUS, Loop Out (XT2) & Loop In (XT4): The fire detection loop, can be connected with
235 addressable devices. Class A type connection is recommended with loop isolator, so
that the fire detection will be maximumly protected in case of short circuit on the loop. The
panel will report reports fault in this case.
RS-485 Network (XT11): To join this panel into network. An optional RS-485 network card is
required.
RS-485 Repeater (XT12): To be connected with repeater panel.
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Earth (X8): This terminal is to enable earth fault monitoring by short the two pins.
5.5.2 Output mode setting
F.P.E. OUTPUT, SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT and FIRE ALARM OUTPUT can provide in three
modes: active output (24VDC, default setting), normally closed output and normally open output. The
mode setting can changed through Pin X1 ~ X7 according to Table 5-1.
Table 5-1
Output
24VDC
Normally Closed
Normally Open
F.P.E.
Output
Short 1 to 2 & 4 to 5 of X3.
Short X7.
Short 3 to 4 & 5 to of X3.
Disconnect X7.
Short 2 to 3 & 5 to 6 of X3.
Disconnect X7.
Sounder
Circuit
Output
Short 1 to 2 & 4 to 5 of X2.
Short X6.
Short 3 to 4 & 5 to 6 of X2.
Disconnect X6.
Short 2 to 3 & 5 to 6 of X2.
Disconnect X6.
Fire
Alarm
Output
Short 1 to 2 & 4 to 5 of X1.
Short X5.
Short 3 to 4 & 5 to 6 of X1.
Disconnect X5.
Short 2 to 3 & 5 to 6 of X1.
Disconnect X5.
5.5.3 Connection of Sounder Circuit Output
Connection of SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT is shown in Fig. 5-4.
Diode
SOUNDER CIRCUIT
OUTPUT
(XT7)
Diode
Sounder
Sounder
End of Line
Resistor
4.7kΩ
Fig. 5-4
Instruction:
Remove the resistor and keep it well. Connect the cable in correct polarization. Add a 4.7KΩ resistor to
the end of the circuit.
NOTE: The sounders must be polarized type. A diode is needed for non-polarized sounder. The
polarization of connection must be correct. Do not overload.
5.5.4 Connection of F.P.E. Output
Connection of F.P.E. output is shown in Fig. 5-5.
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Diode
F.P.E.
OUTPUT
(XT6)
Diode
FPE
F.P.E.
End of Line
Resistor
4.7kΩ
Fig. 5-5
Instruction:
Remove the resistor and keep it well. Connect the cable in correct polarization. Add a 4.7KΩ resistor to
the end of the circuit.
NOTE: The F.P.E. must be polarized type. A diode is needed for non-polarized equipment. The
polarization of connection must be correct. Do not overload.
5.5.5 Connection of Fire Alarm Output
Fire alarm output is shown in Fig. 5-6.
FIRE ALARM
OUTPUT
(XT5)
Diode
Diode
Fire Monitoring
Device
Fire Monitoring
Device
End of Line
Resistor 4.7kΩ
Fig. 5-6
Instruction:
Remove the terminal resistor and keep it well. Connect the cable in correct polarity.
resistor to the end of fire alarm output loop.
Add a 4.7KΩ
NOTE: The devices must be polarized type. A diode is needed for non-polarized device. The
polarization of connection must be correct. Do not overload.
5.5.6 Connection of Class A Loop
Class A type loop connection is shown in Fig. 5-7.
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LOOP OUT
(XT4)
Loop Isolator
Addressable
devices
Loop Isolator
LOOP IN
(XT2)
Addressable
devices
Fig. 5-7
Note: The isolator configuration should follow the local standard. Suggest put one isolator
for every 20-25 detectors.
5.5.7 Connection of Communication Loop
A
Network
(XT11)
Up to 32 control panels
Repeater
(XT12)
B
Up to 10 repeater panels
Fig. 5-8
火
灾
显
Repeater
A
Repeater
Repeater Panel
B
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5.6
Devices Addressing and Registration
5.6.1 Devices Addressing
Each device must carry at least one address; some are taking more than one address. Please refer to
individual manual of each device, program the address to devices’ bodies according to the drawings.
The addresses cannot be repeated.
5.6.2 Devices Installation
The bases of each device should be installed and wired before install the devices’ bodies. Install the
addressed devices according to the drawings. The address of the body must match the drawings.
5.6.3 Registration of Devices
Pressing SYSTEM and inputting Commission password (24220011) followed with ENTER, system
setting menu will appear. After re-started, the control panel will register the devices automatically. Press
BROWSE to check if the number of devices is in compliance with the project design and remove if any
problems.
5.7
Definition and Download
Please define devices and C&E equations by configuration software (GST-DEF) via a PC, and
download the definitions to the control panel.
Here is the brief introduction of the software. Detail operations please refer to the software manual.
5.7.1 Installation
5.7.1.1 Configuration Requirement
Recommended Configuration:
Pentium III 600 CPU or above
256M memory or above
1GB or above hard disk available space
Operating System: Win98 SE, Win2000, WinXP Professional
5.7.1.2 Software Installation
The setup file of GST-DEF software is named Setup.exe.
installation wizard will install it into the PC.
Double-click this file and following the
5.7.1.3 Connection of PC with the FACP
The software can work offline for defining in the office, only connecting to the panel for downloading
the definitions. The definition downloading needs a RS232 communication card.
Connect the 232 card to the extend port of the FACP main board using ribbon cable (Fig. 5-11) and
connect it with the PC using a 3-core shield cable with DB9F plugs at both ends. The 3-core shield
cable is made as in Fig. 5-9. Maximum length of the cable is 15m. The connection is shown in Fig.
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5-10.
9 8 7 6
5 4 3 2 1
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
Fig. 5-9
5
9
4
8
3
7
232
Card
2
6
1
Upload/download device definition and C&E equation
Pin 2:Sending data
Pin 3:Receiving data
Pin 5:GND
Fig. 5-10
5.7.1.4 Registering the 232 communication card
After connecting the PC and the FACP, you need to register the RS232 card from the FACP for
proper download of the definition. Turning on the AC and battery switch of the FACP and entering
system setting screen by pressing SYSTEM key and inputting commission (24220011) password,
and then pressing the reset key SK1 on the main board (Fig. 5-11) will reboot the FACP and
re-register all system devices including the RS232 card. The RED LED on the RS232 card will keep
flashing if registered. Completing the registration, you are ready to define the devices.
Fig. 5-11
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5.7.2 Toolbar of GST-DEF Software
The toolbar of the software is shown in Fig. 5-12. Clicking the icons will enter corresponding windows.
Fig. 5-12
Com Set is for setting the communication port. The screen is as in Fig. 5-13.
Fig. 5-13
Com Test is for testing if the communication with the FACP.
Fig. 5-14
The screen is in Fig. 5-14.
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In which,
TestCount refers to the times of the testing.
Successful means the number of successful communications.
Failed is the number of failed testing.
Timeout Factor is the communication timeout, programmable from 200ms to 2000ms.
Log is a system reserved button, not available for the users.
Communication Detail lists the details of the communication messages.
Database is used for database backup and recovery, whose operation screen is in Fig. 5-15.
Fig. 5-15
Backup Database: You can use this button to regularly backup the database in order to avoid
loss of data. The backup data is saved by default into a folder named “backup” under the
directory where the software is installed.
Restore Database: Clicking this button can restore a database to the previously saved version.
Rebooting the program is required to make the restored database valid.
DevType is for viewing device types. There are 67 types by default. The screen is shown in Fig.
5-16.
Fig. 5-16
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Cancel: Pressing this button can cancel the current operation in case some urgent operation is
needed while downloading or uploading large batch of device definitions.
Exit system is used for exiting the software.
5.7.3 Operation Screens
System navigation tree provides a shortcut method for adding and deleting control panels, switching
and setting among different panels (Fig. 5-17).
Fig. 5-17
Every node provides corresponding operations. At FACP level, the system displays the FACP type and
address. Right-click the FACP, the following menu will pop up.
Fig. 5-18
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The user can set communication port, test communication, export devices and equations, set FACP
title, or delete this FACP.
Under FACP Zone, the user can add, modify or delete zones.
5.7.4 Adding FACP
Right-click FACP node, a menu for adding FACP will show. Clicking the option, a dialogue box as in
Fig. 5-19 will show.
Fig. 5-19
FACP Name: You can key in descriptions to this FACP, or leave it as it is.
FACP Address: The address shall not be the same as other FACPs.
FACP Type: The type of this FACP should be GST200EN.
FACP Network: Ticking this option means the FACP is networked.
Start Zone: This is the starting zone number of this FACP in network.
5.7.5 Zone Definition
5.7.5.1 Use of Zone Definition
By zone definition, you can define devices of a certain area (such as a floor) as one zone, and
describe the location of the zone clearly through “Description”. When the devices in the zone are
in fire alarm, fault, action or disabled state, the FACP shows the abnormal messages together with
zonal messages and address of the device, so that the operators can find out the specific location
easily and take effective measures. You will have to define zones before defining devices
because a device must be in a zone.
Clicking <FACP Zone> and choosing a FACP, the screen displays all zones of this FACP. Clicking
the zone number you can view all devices of the zone as in Fig. 5-20.
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Fig. 5-20
5.7.5.2 Adding Zones
Clicking <New>, a new zone will appear in the zone list. The GST200 can have maximum 30 zones.
You can briefly describe a zone in “Description” column using maximum 8 characters including
letters, numbers and marks.
Note: The defaulted zone background colour is white, and font color is black. Different
zones can be set with different colours, which make the zones distinct.
5.7.5.3 Deleting a Zone
Choosing a zone (highlighted) and pressing the <Delete> button will delete this zone.
5.7.5.4
Downloading and Uploading
Pressing <UploadAll> or <DownloadAll> will upload or download all zones.
Choosing one or more zone and clicking <Upload> or <Download> will upload or download specific
zone or zones.
5.7.5.5 Saving Zone Definitions
Clicking <Save> will save all definitions.
5.7.5.6 Reloading Zones
Pressing <Reload> will restore the zone definitions to the previously saved version. All
modifications not saved will lose.
5.7.6 Definition of Loop Devices
5.7.6.1 Use of Device Definition
The software can define device address, type, location description, zone and loop with which
system operator can quickly locate the zone where fire alarm and fault condition occur.
5.7.6.2 Device Definition
Clicking <Loop 001> under GST200EN in FACP Net column will enter the screen for defining loop
devices. Fig. 5-21 shows the screen after device definition.
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Fig. 5-21
In the above screen,
<Address> is the address of the device.
<Device Number> is a 6-digit device number (zone number +code) using into network purpose.
There shall not be the same device numbers in a system (in the network).
<Loop> shows the loop number of the device. Here is only one loop.
<Zone>: You can choose the zone number from the drop-down menu. The colour will
automatically associate to the zone definition.
<Device Type>: Choosing device type from the drop-down menu. Please choose compliant
types. For type of modules is subject to the actual device they are connecting with. For
example, the type of a module addressed 17 connecting with a fire door shall be defined
as 28-FireDoor. Please refer to Appendix 2 for the device type list.
<Properties>: The output mode (level or pulse) can be chosen from the drop-down menu for
sounders and output modules as in Fig. 5-22.
Fig. 5-22
Choosing “1-Level” means the device continuously output until it’s manually stopped or
the system is reset.
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Choosing “2-pulse” means the output is a pulse, which is able to keep steady for 10
seconds (1 pulse) and then stop automatically.
<Location>: You can describe the location here using maximum 32 characters including
letters, numbers and marks.
Note: The following addresses (last 5 adddressed) are reserved for the panel itself,
should be defined as in below list.
Fig. 5-23
238: Fault output, which is started when there is fault with the system.
239: Loop switch, which is activated if the FACP cannot find the test voltage at the Loop IN
terminal.
240: Sounder output, which is started when the FACP receives fire alarm. This output is
used for connecting with conventional sounders. It can be stopped by the SILENCE
key.
241: F.P.E. (Fire Protection Equipment) output, started when the FACP receives fire alarm
signal. This output is used for connecting with fire protection equipment and cannot
be stopped by the SILENCE key.
242: Fire alarm output, which is started on receiving a fire alarm. This output is used for
remote display of a fire alarm. It can be silenced by the SILENCE key on the ZCP.
5.7.6.3 Downloading and Uploading Device Definition
Same as downloading and uploading zone definition, all or some specific loop device definitions
can be uploaded and downloaded using corresponding toolbar buttons.
5.7.6.4
Device Checking
Clicking the <Check> button, the system will check if there are duplicate device numbers. If so, the
system will pop up an indication. You can then manually modify the 4th to 6th digit to make the
number unique in the system.
5.7.6.5 Reloading Device Definitions
Clicking <Reload> will restore the device definitions to the previously saved version. All
modifications not saved will lose.
5.7.7 Defining Repeater Panels
5.7.7.1 Use of Repeater Panel Definition
The software can define the location repeater panels. Therefore, in case of any fault with a repeater
panel, the operators can find out its location and take measures in time.
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5.7.7.2 Defining Repeater Panels
Clicking <Repeaters> will enter the screen for defining repeater panels as in Fig. 5-24.
Fig. 5-24
GST200 can drive maximum 10 repeater panels. The description (Max. 8 characters) can be
downloaded to the FACP. The FACP can display the description to the repeater panels in case of
fault with it. This definition is not a necessary step. Even if the repeater(s) are not defined, The
FACP will still work normally. Save and download the definitions.
5.7.8 Defining ZCP
5.7.8.1 Use of ZCP Definition
The full name of ZCP is Zone Indication and manual Intervention Panel. There are totally 32 units,
each contains two LED indicators and one button. Each unit can be defined for one of the following
three purposes: Zone Indication, Start One Device or Silence.
Silence: One of the units, can be defined as the silence key for for global silence of all
addressable sounders and sounder circuit output. Normally use the roght bottom key for easy
reaching.
Zone Indication: some units can be defined as the zonal indication for fire (red LED illuminates
steadily), fault (yellow LED illuminates steadily) or disable (yellow LED flashes), while pressing
the key will activate all sounders of that zone.
Please note that by EN54 standard, “Zone Indication” key must be defined for each zone
and one “Silence” key for the whole system. After definition of these keys, if there are
still some undefined keys, you can define them as “Start One Device” for starting field
devices.
Start One Device: This option will only be valid for associated output devices. Pressing the key
will start a device, and the second press will stop it. This is an optional feature only.
5.7.8.2 Defining ZCP
Clicking <ControlSwitch> will enter the screen for defining the ZCP as in Fig. 5-25.
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Fig. 5-25
The above screen lists all 32 ZCP keys to be edited by the user:
To define a key as “SILENCE”, you can click a cell under “Functions” and choose “Silence” from
the drop-down list.
To define a key as “Zone Indication”, you can click a cell under “Zone to Display” and choose a
zone from the drop-down list. The “Function” cell changes to “Zone Indication”.
To define a key as “Start One Device”, you can click a cell under “Address of Device to Start”
and choose the device address and description from the drop-down list. The “Function” cell
changes to “Start One Device”.
Editing “Description”: Clicking a cell under “Description”, you can key in or choose from the
drop-down list (if available) the description to this key. But this message is only saved on the PC
and cannot be downloaded to the FACP.
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5.7.8.3 Uploading, Downloading and Saving ZCP Definitions
After ZCP definition, you can download single, multiple or all defined entries. Please remember to
save your modifications during definition. Upload the definitions for checking.
5.7.8.4 Reloading ZCP Definition
Clicking the “Reload” button will restore the ZCP database to the previously saved version. Please
note that all modifications after the “Save” operation will lose!
5.7.9 Defining Cause and Effect (C&E) Equations
5.7.9.1 Use of C&E
The FACP can define under what conditions the alarm and/or output devices have to be started.
So please define C&E equation after defining devices.
Note: Please define C&E equation after completion of device definition.
5.7.9.2 Defining C&E
Clicking <Equations> under navigation list will enter the screen for defining C&E as in Fig. 5-26.
Toolbar for C&E definition
Toolbar for uploading and
uploading C&E
Fig. 5-26
Toolbar for C&E definition:
<New Equ>: Adding C&E.
<Insert Dev>: Adding device into conditions or results.
<Delete Dev>: Deleting device from conditions or results.
<Save Equ>: Temporarily saving the current equation.
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<Save as New>: Adding similar equations into temporary database.
Toolbar for uploading and downloading C&E equations:
<Upload>: Uploading equation to PC.
<Upload All>: Uploading all equations from FACP to PC.
<Download All>: Downloading all equations from the PC. The equations must be downloaded
together. They cannot be downloaded one by one.
<Delete>: Deleting a selected equation.
<Save>: Saving all equations into database. Please save after all equations are defined.
<Reload>: Restoring to the previously saved version.
The number of devices in the conditions and results shall not exceed 10. If they exceed, please
divide them into two equations.
5.7.9.3 Defining New Equations
Clicking a cell under<Devices> of <Condition Devices> or <Effect Devices>, it will become
editable. You can then manually input the device number. An easier way is double-clicking the
cell and the list of the defined device will pop up. Choosing the devices and double-clicking the
cell again or clicking <OK>, the device will be in the cell (Fig. 5-27).
If multiple devices are needed in the condition, you can click <Insert Dev> to add more devices.
Pressing <Relation> can set the relationship between devices, where “+” means “OR” logic, “X”
means “AND” logic.
The operation for adding multiple devices to the effect side is the same as condition side.
Delay time is editable to each device in the effect side. The unit for delay time is 10 seconds,
and the maximum delay time is 10 minutes (600 seconds). For example, 6 means the delay
time is 1 minute (6X10=60s).
Fig. 5-27
Clicking <Save Equ>, the newly defined equations will be added into the list at the bottom of the
screen. You can then edit the next equation.
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5.7.9.4
Fogging Devices
You can also define devices of the same type using the “Fuzzy” option. Double clicking the cell
under <Device>of <Condition Devices> or <Effect Devices>, the system will pop up the list of
defined devices. Ticking the “Fuzzy Devices” option below the list will enable device fogging. By
choosing the “Zone” and “Dev Type” options, you can quickly define C&E equations (Fig. 5-28).
Fig. 4-28
For example, <Zone>=01 & <Dev Type>=03 refer to any detector in Zone 1, and <Zone>=Any zone,
<Dev Type>= 02 refer to any R&F heat detector in the whole system.
After choosing devices by fogging the zone and device type, you can go on to choose the number
of devices. Please note that the relationship among all these devices is “AND”.
Fig. 4-29
For example, if <Device QTY>=2, then the condition is only met after any two of the selected
devices alarm.
5.7.9.5 Rules for Display
Specific devices (number starting with the letter “G”)
The 2nd and 3rd digits are for zone number.
The 4th, 5th and 6th are for detector code.
The 7th and 8th are for device type.
For example, G0207503 refers to an optical detector in Zone 2 whose code is 075.
Fuzzy devices (number starting with the letter “S”)
The 2nd and 3rd digits are for zone number and “**” means any zone.
The 4th, 5th and 6th digits are used for specifying the quantity of fuzzy devices which are
displayed under <Device QTY>.
The 7th and 8th digits are for device type, and “**” refers to devices of any type.
For example, S0100203 refers to any two photoelectric detectors in Zone 1.
Output devices can also be fogged, then all compliant devices will be started.
5.7.9.6 Editing Existing Equations
Double-clicking the ID number of an equation from the list at the bottom of the screen in Fig. 4-29,
you can edit it in the dialogue box popped up.
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5.8
System Commissioning
System commission can be carried out after devices registered, devices definitions and C&E
equations are defined and downloaded and the final checking are done. The following steps are for
your reference:
1. Fill and stick the ZCP labels corresponding to what have been defined.
2. Test all devices and check their locations.
3. Check device definition and modify improper parts.
4. Check and test C&E equation and modify improper parts.
6. Display and Disposal of System Information
GST200 will start normal operation after commissioning. Turning on the external power switch, and
main and standby power switch on the control panel, it starts power-on self-test and enters monitoring
state. The system displays properly if it is in normal state, or the system displays improperly.
6.1
Normal Information
The normal display is shown in Fig. 6-1, which means the system is in working state. Then only
POWER HEALTHY LED is lit.
GST CO., LTD
Working
SYSTEM ALl NORMAL
Fig. 6-1
6.2
Fire Alarm
6.2.1 Screen of Fire Alarm
FIRE LED is lit when there is fire alarm signal. Speaker of the control panel sounds (fire truck
sound), and corresponding FIRE LED on the ZCP is also lit.
(1) Fire alarm screen is shown like Fig 6-2 in zone display mode.
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001 0f 002 ! FIRE! 10:18
Zone:003 -- floor3
Office3
Last! Fire! Zone: 003
Floor3 office3
Fig. 6-2
001 0f 002! FIRE! 10:18
// It means there are fire alarm signals in two zones and this is the
first entry.
Zone:003 -- floor3
// It means the number of zone with fire alarm and description of the
zone.
Office3
// It is the description of the device with fire alarm signal.
Last! Fire! Zone: 003
// Zone number of the earliest fire alarm
Floor3 office3
// Description information of the zone and device for the earliest fire alarm.
(2) Fire alarm screen for loop display mode is shown in Fig. 6-3.
001 0f 004! FIRE! 10:18
Zone:003 -- 009Optical
Office3
Last! Fire! Zone: 003
Floor3 office3
Fig. 6-3
// It means there are four devices with fire alarm signals. This is the
001 0f 004! FIRE! 10:18
first entry.
Zone: 003-009Optical
// The number of zone with fire alarm and type and address of the
device in fire alarm.
Office3
// Description information of device in fire alarm
Last! Fire! Zone: 003
// Number Zone where the earliest fire alarm occurs
Floor3 office3
// Description of zone and device information of the earliest fire alarm.
The disposal for fire state is only a sample. Please follow local standard.
Note: If this FACP is networked with other FACPs, then the displayed zone number here will be the
defined device zone number + the starting zone number for this FACP (please refer to descriptions
in Section 7.4.4).
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6.2.2 Disposal of Fire Alarm Signal
When fire alarm occurs, first find out the location according to the information shown on the control
panel and investigate whether the fire really happened by some communication method, like
internal fire telephone system.
If it’s a real fire, please take corresponding measures.
Step 1: Evacuate the people in field.
Step 2: Call the fire bridge.
Step 3: Initiate firefighting actions.
If it is a false alarm, please take the following measures.
Step 1: Press SILENCE to stop the sound.
Step 2: Remove the factors that caused the false alarm.
Step 3: Press RESET to make the control panel back to the normal state. If the panel still gives
false alarm from the same device, disable it and inform the maintenance contractor for
repair.
6.3
Fault Information
6.3.1 Screen of Fault Information
When there are fault signals, different LEDs can be lit according to the type of fault. If it is mains
fault, AC FAULT LED will be lit; if it is standby power fault, BATTERY FAULT LED will be lit; if it is
system fault, SYSTEM FAULT LED will be lit; if it is field device fault, relative LED on the ZCP will
flash. The speaker of the control panel gives alarm sound (ambulance sound).
(1) Fault screen for zone display mode is shown in Fig. 6-4.
001 0f 002 FAULT 10:18
Zone: 003 -- floor3
Office3
Fig. 6-4
// It means there are fault signals in two zones. This is the first
001 0f 002 FAULT 10:18
entry.
Zone: 003-floor3
// The zone with fault and its description
Office3
// Description information of device with fault signals.
(2) Fault screen for loop display mode is shown in Fig. 6-5.
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001 0f 004FAULT 10:18
Zone: 003 -- 011Optical
Fig. 6-5
001 0f 004 FAULT 10:18 // It means there are four devices with fault signals. This is the first
entry.
Zone: 003-011Optical
// Zone number where the fault exists and the type and address of
the device with fault signals.
Note: If this FACP is networked with other FACPs, then the displayed zone number here will be the
defined device zone number + the starting zone number for this FACP (please refer to descriptions
in Section 7.4.4).
6.3.2 Disposal of Fault Information
There are two kinds of fault, system fault like mains and battery fault, and device fault.
If the system is battery powered, please charge the battery in time to avoid damag. If the
battery has powered the system overtime, the control panel will shut down for protection.
If it is system fault, please check and repair in time. If the panel needs to be shut down, please
make detailed records.
If it is field device fault, please find out the condition and remove the fault immediately. You can
temporarily disable the device if the fault cannot be cleared for some reason, and enable it
again when it’s repaired.
6.4
Rules for Message Display
If there are multiple messages in the system, they will be displayed in the following order: fire alarm,
action, fault, start, disable.
1 The last fire alarm message is displayed in highest priority, always shown at the bottom or
screen. The latest action, fault, disabled message is displayed in priority.
2 There are zone and loop display modes for fire alarm, fault, and disabled messages, but start
and action only has loop display mode.
3 In any display mode, the system will return to displaying message of the highest priority if there
is no operation within 20 seconds (15 ~ 30seconds).
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6.5
Rules for Sound Indication
The FACP will sound to indicate fire alarm or fault messages.
The FACP gives fire truck sound when fire alarm occurs.
The FACP gives action sound when any output/input device except detector and MCP is
activated.
Module action: --slow “tick” sound.
Gas extinguishing device action --police car sound.
Delay timer for device starting by C&E equation--quick “tick” sound.
The FACP gives ambulance sound when fault occurs.
7. Description of System Operation
7.1
Keypad
7.1.1 Functions
Most of the keys have double functions. Lower mark is a number/character and upper mark is a
command that is only used in monitoring state. Most functional keys are controlled by password. The
characters are only active after entering the menu. Pressing ESC will return to the previous level of
the menu.
7.1.2 Methods of Data Input
Pressing a character key, all characters disappear, and the display shows the newly input one. The
cursor will indicate the next input position (the cursor always indicates the position of the next to input,
and returns to the first character after completion of a line). Pressing the arrow buttons (Up & Down)
can move the cursor to modify any character.
Pressing TAB, the highlight moves to the next position and returns to the first after the last position.
Wherever the cursor is, pressing ENTER key, all the input data will be saved.
If there is no keypad operation for over 1 minute, the system will exit present state without saving the
input data.
7.1.3 Unlocking and Locking the Keypad
Unlocking the Keypad
The control panel is locked by default when powered up. If some operations are taken, the LCD will
display a screen asking for password. Inputting the correct password and pressing ENTER, you can
continue to operate as the keypad is unlocked (Fig. 7-1).
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Please Input Password
********
8 digits
Fig. 7-1
Locking the Keypad
Please lock the keypad after operations are finished or person on duty is leaving. Pressing LOCK, the
screen will display “Press ENTER confirm” like in Fig. 7-2. Pressing ENTER, the keypad is locked.
You will have to input password again to unlock the keypad for any other operation.
GST CO., LTD
Press ENTER confirm
Fig. 7-2
7.2
User Operation Instruction
7.2.1 Changing time display
The clock is usually displayed in hour and minute. In normal monitoring state, press ENTER, it will
show month and date. Press ENTER again or after one minute, hour and minute is displayed again.
7.2.2 Browsing
7.2.2.1 Turning pages
You can view messages one by one by pressing the arrow buttons.
7.2.2.2 Browsing more than one piece of information
The current information is highlighted when there are more than one message on the LCD. You can
view the details by pressing ENTER or you can exit by pressing ESC. When the printer is set as “All
History” mode, the present displayed message can be printed by pressing PRINT while browsing.
7.2.2.3 Setting LCD contrast and viewing C&E equations
Pressing SCREEN, the system enters the screen for setting LCD contrast, display mode and
browsing C&E equation, as shown in Fig. 7-3.
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Display Mode
1 LCD Contrast
2 Browse Mode
3 Browsing C&E
Fig. 7-3
From the above screen, you can operate as follows:
Inputting number 1, you can enter the screen for setting LCD contrast (Fig. 7-4). Arrow buttons
are for increasing and decreasing LCD contrast.
GST CO.,LTD
*LCD Contrast*
90
Fig. 7-4
Input number 2, you can enter the screen for setting browse mode, as shown in Fig. 7-5. “1” is
for zone mode, messages will be arranged into zones when displayed. “2” is for loop mode,
messages for devices will be displayed on eby one.
Browse Mode
1 Zone Mode
2 Loop Mode
Fig. 7-5
Input number 3, you can enter the screen for browsing C&E equation (Fig. 7-6).
The highlighted piece is the current equation. You can scroll between different equations by
pressing SCROLL buttons. View further messages by pressing ENTER, or exit by pressing
ESC.
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Browse C&E
Sum: 003
C&E 001
C&E 002
C&E 003
ENTER
Browse C&E
C&E 001
G0100103 X G0100203 +
G0100203 X G0100303 +
G0100103 X G0100303 +
G0100103 X G0100203 X
G0100303 = G0100413 00
Fig. 7-6
The part before “=” is the condition(s) and that after it is the result.
“X” means “AND” logic. “+” means “OR” logic.
A condition is composed of the following items:
G(S) 01 001 03
Device type
Device address or Quantity of events in special condition
Zone number of the device
G: General conditions
S: Special conditions
General Condition: A device can be activated if its zone number, code and device type are correct.
Special Condition: Both zone number and device type can be defined. If events with the same
zone number and device type reach a defined number, this special condition comes into effect.
Asterisk wildcard “*” represents any number used in special conditions.
Event: It is the message generated by the FACP when there is fire alarm or action of device.
A result is composed of the following items.
01
004
13
Delay time
Device type
Device address
Zone number of the device
7.2.2.4 Browsing registered devices
Pressing BROWSE can enter the screen for viewing all registered devices, as shown in Fig. 7-7.
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Browse
1. Active Equipment
2. COM Equipment
3. Access
a)
Fig. 7-7
Input number 1, you can view loop devices. The display mode depends on what you set under
screen menu, loop mode or zone mode.
Zone display mode is shown in Fig.7-8.
The present message is highlighted and can be chosen by pressing SCROLL. Press ENTER
for further messages and ESC for exit.
Browse
03 Zone
Zone:01
Zone:02
Zone:03
(012)
Sum:004
Sum:004
Sum:004
ENTER
Browse
Zone: 01 Sum: 004
NO.001 Optical
NO.002 Optical
NO.003 Optical
NO.004 Sounder Browse
Zone: 01 office1
NO.001 Optical
Sensitivity: Nominal
Office1
b)
ENTER
Fig. 7-8
Zone: 01 office1
// zone number, description of zone location
NO.001 Optical
// address and type of the device
Sensitivity: Nominal
// prosperity of the device
Office1
// Description of device location
Loop display mode is shown in Fig. 7-9.
The present message is highlighted and can be chosen by pressing SCROLL. Press ENTER
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for further messages and ESC for exit.
Browse
Sum :012
NO.001 Optical
NO.002 Optical
NO.003 Optical
NO.004 Sounder
ENTER
Browse
Zone:01 office1
NO.001 Optical
Sensitivity:Nominal
Office1
Fig. 7-9
Zone: 01 office1 // zone number, description of zone location
NO.001 Optical
// address and type of the device
Sensitivity: Nominal
// device property
Office1
// Description of the device position
Input number 2, you can view FACPs and repeater panels in network.
Input number 3, you can view definitions to ZCP keys as in Fig. 7-10.
Browse
Sum: 32
NO.01 Silence key
NO.02 Zone 01
NO.03 004 Sounder
Fig. 7-10
Sum: 32
// The total number of keys on the ZCP
NO.01 Silence key
// Key No.1 is a “Silence” key
NO.02 Zone 01
// Key No. 2 is zonel indication for zone 1
NO.03 004 Sounder
// Key No. 3 is to start/stop a sounder, address is 004
7.2.2.5 Browsing history log
Pressing LOG, the FACP enters the state of browsing history record. Using arrow buttons to browse
every entry, the screen is shown in Fig. 7-11.
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History Record
NO. 200
! FIRE!
TIME: 10:23 14/08
Zone:
Name
121 Optical
Fig. 7-11
NO. 200
// The No.200th history log
! FIRE!
// Fire alarm message
TIME: 10:23 14/08
// Date and time of the event
Zone:
Name
// Zone number & zone name
121 Optical
// Device address and type
7.2.2.6 Browsing fault messages
You can view fault messages by pressing VIEW FAULT when the screen is displaying non-fault
messages. The display varies by the type of fault messages. Please refer to Section 6.3.
7.2.2.7 Browsing disable messages
You can view disable messages by pressing VIEW DISABLE when the screen is displaying
non-disable messages. The screen of loop mode is shown in Fig. 7-12 and the screen for zone
mode is shown in Fig. 7-13 and Fig. 7-14.
001 of 003 Disable 12:01
Zone:001 -- 004Sounder
Office1
Fig. 7-12
//There are three disabled devices in the system and this is the first
001 of 003 Disable 12:01
one
Zone: 001-004Sounder //The zone number, address and device type of the disabled device
Office1
//Description message of the disabled device
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001 of 002 Disable 12:01
Zone: 005 -- Z-005
029/029
Zone Fully Disabled
Fig. 7-13
001 of 002 Disable 12:01 // There are devices from 2 zones that are disabled, and this is the
first zone
Zone: 005 -- Z-005
// Zone number and description message of the disabled zone
029/029
// All 29 devices of the current zone are disabled
Zone Fully Disabled // Current zone are completely disabled
002 of 002 Disable 12:01
Zone: 005 -- Z-005
016/029
Zone Part Disabled
Fig. 7-14
// There are devices from 2 zones that are disabled, and this is the
002 of 002 Disable 12:01
second zone
Zone: 006 -- Z-006
// Zone number and description message of the disabled zone
016/030
//There are 16 disabled devices in all 30 devices of the current zone
Zone Part Disabled
// The zone is partially disabled
7.2.2.8 Browsing action messages
You can view action messages by pressing VIEW PLANT when the screen is displaying non-action
messages. The screen is shown as in Fig. 7-15.
001 of 004 ACTION 12:15
Zone:001-004Sounder
Office1
Fig. 7-15
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001 of 004 ACTION 12:15 // There are 4 action messages in the system and this is the first,
time 12:15
Zone:001-004Sounder //The zone number, device address and device of the device in action
Office1 //Description message of the device in action
Note: If this FACP is networked with other FACPs, then the displayed zone number here will be the
defined device zone number + the starting zone number for this FACP (please refer to descriptions
in Section 7.4.4).
7.2.3 Muting the panel
Pressing MUTE can stop the panel alarm sound; pressing MUTE again, the FACP will keep in mute
state. It will sound by priority when new event appears.
7.3
Instructions for Operator
7.3.1 Resetting the system
Pressing RESET will clear all abnormal messages and set all devices inyto normal state, like stop
activated modules, stop local output or reset alarming detector, but will leave the disabled devices as
they are. The LCD displays “RESET IN SYSTEM”. LEDs will be turned off (Except for “POWER
HEALTHY”, “DELAY MODE”, “EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM PERMIT” LEDs). “RESET” information will
be saved into operation record. If there is still fire alarm, fault and action not acknowledged after
pressing the RESET key, the FACP will remain relative sound indications. If all messages have been
acknowledged by pressing RESET key, the system returns to normal display state.
7.3.2 Disable and Enable
7.3.2.1 Why disable/enable
The disabling of device is used only when the trouble of a device cannot be removed in in a short
time or during commissioning. The disabling is only a temporary solution. After the problem solved
or system commissioning finished, the device must be enabled to complete the system proper
operation.
7.3.2.2 Disabling/enabling a Device
The DISABLED LED will illuminate when a device is disabled. The operation method is as follows:
Pressing ENABLE/DISABLE key will enter the screen in Fig. 7-16.
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ENABLE & DISABLE
1 Disable Devices
2 Enable Devices
Fig. 7-16
Inputting number 1 will enter the screen for disabling a device, as in Fig. 7-17.
Disable
Z000C000T00 NoDefine
Fig. 7-17
In the above figure, entering the zone number, device number and device type, and then press
ENTER will disable a device.
You can input 3-digit number or asterisk “*” after “Z” for zone number.
You can input 3-digit number or asterisk “*” after “C” for device code.
You can input 2-digit number or asterisk “*” after “T” for device type. The corresponding device
type will automatically change after the number input.
Note: The asterisk “*” refers to number 0 ~ 9. For example, input “**” after “T” is inputing “Any
type of device”.
Disabling Sounder circuit output: Entering zone number 000, device code 240 and device
type 55 in turn will disable this output and light the SOUNDER FLT/DISABLE LED.
Disabling F.P.E Output: Entering zone number 000, device code 241 and device type 55
will disable this output and light the F.P.E FLT/DISABLE LED.
Inputting number 2 will enter the screen for enabling a device. The operation method is the
similar as disabling a device, also need to input the zone number, device code and device type.
7.3.3 Manual Operation
The FACP provides two methods to start output devices (sounders & modules) quickly in case of a
fire or for testing purpose.
7.3.3.1 Operation through STAR/STOP Key
Pressing START/STOP key can start/stop loop devices. The screen is as in Fig. 7-18.
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*Start&Stop*
1 Start Devices
2 Stop Devices
3 View Start
4 View Delay
Fig. 7-18
Inputting number 1 will enter the screen for starting loop devices. Inputting the zone number, device
code and device type in turn will start the device. For device already started, the operation will have
no effect.
Inputting number 2 will enter the screen for stopping loop devices. Inputting the zone number,
device code and device type in turn will stop the device.
Inputting number 3 will display the devices’ starting commands.
Inputting number 4 can view the delayed devices.
PLANT CONTROL and corresponding action indicator on the ZCP will also be lit.
7.3.3.2 Operation through ZCP
Pressing a defined key on the ZCP and entering required password will start the corresponding
device, and the corresponding RED LED illuminates. For already started device, pressing this key
and entering the password will stop it, and the command LED goes off.
7.3.4 Setting work mode of printer
Press PRINT to enter print mode as shown as in Fig. 7-19.
*Print Mode*
1 Disable
2 Only Fire
3 All History
Fig 7-19
Inputting “1” means print disabled.
Inputting “2” means only printing fire alarm records
Inputting “3” means you can print the current messages while browsing history records by pressing
PRINT.
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7.3.5 Checking all visual and audible indications
In normal monitoring state, the panel will start checking all visual and audible indications of by
pressing SELF TEST.
7.3.6 Gas Extinguishing Equipment
Pressing MODE, you can set up gas extinguishing permission. The screen is shown as in Fig. 7-20.
*Extinguish*
1 Disable
2 Enable
Fig. 7-20
Inputting “1” means not to link gas extinguishing equipment by equations automatically.
Inputting “2” means to link gas extinguishing equipment by equations automatically.
7.3.7 Security Mode Setting
Pressing SEC, you can set up burglar mode. The screen is shown as in Fig. 7-21.
*Burglar Mode*
1 Disable
2 Enable
3 Only Night
Fig. 7-21
If “1” is input, burglar mode is disabled. The system doesn’t respond to the action of security
modules.
If “2” is input, burglar mode is enabled. The system responds to the action of security modules.
If “3” is input, burglar mode is only effective during night. The screen shows a request for on and off
time. The window is shown as in Fig. 7-22.
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BURGLAR ON/OFF TIME
Please Input
00:00 ON
00:00 OFF
Fig. 7-22
If you input 19 at highlighted position, then press TAB, and input 30, the “ON” time of burglar mode
is 19: 30. Pressing TAB, you can set up the “OFF” time. Input 07, press TAB, then input 30 again,
the “OFF” time is 07: 30. Press ENTER to confirm, and the system exits to the screen in Fig. 7-21.
7.4
Instructions for System Administrator
Pressing SYSTEM can enter system setting screen. The screen is shown in Fig. 7-23.
*System Mode*
1. Time/Date
2. Password Change
3. Network Setup
4. Zone Start Number
5. Mute delay Mode
6. Initialize System
7. Equipment debug
Fig. 7-23
7.4.1 Changing Date/Time
Inputting “1” in the screen of Fig. 7-23, the system enters the Time/Date Setting as in Fig. 7-24.
After inputting time at the highlighted position and pressing “TAB”, then the next data is highlighted.
Pressing “ENTER” will save the modification.
* Time/Date Setting*
Please Input
Day
Month
Year
04
01
05
Hour
Minute
Sec
11
39
55
Fig. 7-24
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7.4.2 Modifying Password
Inputting “2” in the screen of Fig. 7-23, the system enters the window of password modification (Fig.
7-25). The passwords can be modified.
Password Setting
1.
2.
Operator Password
Manager Password
Fig. 7-25
Inputting “1” or “2” to choose the password (Operator or Manager) to be modified, the system enters
the window in Fig. 7-26.
Modify Password
Input password
********
Fig. 7-26
After the correct password (0-9, 8 digits) is input, the LCD will display the screen in Fig. 7-27,
requesting to re-enter the password.
Modify Password
Confirm Password
********
Fig. 7-27
Input the new password again. If the two inputs are same, the panel will accept the modification and
the LCD will display the window in Fig. 7-28.
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Success
Fig. 7-28
7.4.3 Setting up Network Address of the Panel
Inputting “3” in the screen as in Fig. 7-23, the screen in Fig. 6-29 will display. Inputting the address
of the control panel at the highlighted position and pressing ENTER, the address is set and the
system exits the current screen. The address is using for network identification and definition
download. It cannot be same with other panels in same network, and the address should be same
as in the definition software.
* Net Local Address *
Please Input
01
Fig. 7-29
7.4.4
Setting up Starting Zone Number of this FACP in Network
Pressing “4” in the screen as shown in Fig. 7-23, you can set the starting zone number of the
control panel when the message transfers to other network panels. The screen is shown as in Fig.
7-30. After inputting the number in the network and pressing ENTER, the zone number will be set
and the system exits the current screen. The settings here are used for the FACP to be connected
into network with other FACPs. If the starting zone number is set as 003, then the zone number for
messages of fire, fault, disable and action will be the defined device zone number + 003. For
example, device in zone No. 5 of the panel will be shown as in zone No. 8 (5+3) on other panels.
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Net Zone Number
Please Input 001
Fig. 7-30
7.4.5 Setting up Display Mode of Network Messages
Pressing “5” in the screen as shown in Fig. 7-23, you can set the display mode of network
messages (Fig. 7-31). Inputting “1” means network messages are disabled, and “2” means they are
enabled. When it is disabled, the panel will only show messages from local panel, messages from
other panels will not be displayed.
*Display Mode*
1 Disable
2 Enable
Fig. 7-31
7.4.6 Initialization of System CPU
Inputting “6” in the screen as shown in Fig. 7-23, you can initialize the system CPU.
7.4.7 Viewing Supervisory Data of Intelligent Devices
Inputting “7” in the screen as shown in Fig. 7-23 can enter the window as in Fig. 7-32. Entering the
device number and the command code can view the supervisory value of addressable devices.
GST CO., LTD
Device:000
Command:02
Fig. 7-32
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The command codes are listed below.
“0” represents the command “Polling”. If the displayed value is between 450 ~ 650, the device
is in normal operation; if it’s between 900 ~ 1200, the device is in alarm status, and if it’s
between 0 ~ 120, the device is in fault.
“1” represents “registration” command, and 720 refers to normal condition.
“2” represents the command for monitoring the status of beam detector (I-9105). If the
displayed value is between 680 ~ 750, the beam detector is properly aligned.
“15” means “Start” command, which can start corresponding device.
Other numbers are reserved for future expansion.
8. Troubleshooting
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Problems
Possible Cause
No indication on
the panel or
abnormal
indication
Display “AC
Fault” after
power-up.
a. AC input fuse blown
b. Power is abnormal
c. Loose connection with
display board.
a. No AC power
b. AC fuse blown
Display “Bat
Fault” after
power-up.
a.
Unable to
register loop
devices
a.
b.
Loose connection
with
battery.
Battery discharged or
damaged.
Solutions
a.
b.
c.
Replace fuse.
Check and replace PSU.
Check the connection to
display board.
a. Check and connect AC wire.
b. Replace AC fuse(refer to the
specification on the label)
a. Check battery connection
and switch.
b. Power up for more than eight
hours with the AC power
supply, if the fault still exists,
replace the batteries.
a. Check loop cables
b. Check internal connection
from main board to terminal
board
Check power supply to repeaters
and communication cables
Loop cable problem,
short circuit, open circuit
or ground
b. Internal loose connection
Unable to
Wrong or loose connection of
register repeater Communication cables
panels
Cannot print
a. Printer is disabled
a. Set the print mode.
b. Loose connection with
b. Check and connect the
printer.
printer.
c. Printer damaged
c. Replace the printer.
No response
a. Loose connection with
a. Check and connect, then
after pressing
ZCP.
register again.
keys on ACP
b. ZCP board damaged.
b. Replace the PCB
Equipment fault a. Equipment disconnected. a. Check connection
b.
Equipment damaged.
b. Replace equipment
Loop fault
Short circuit on Loop
Check the loop cable
Clock or memory a. External interference.
a. Check whether ground is
fault.
b. Corresponding parts are
properly connected.
aging.
b. Contact our local distributor
for maintenance.
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9. Battery Calculation
Below is a simple formula for calculating the standby battery capacity of GST200 is as follows:
Battery Capacity (Ah) = (0.46 + 0.0008 X N) X T1 + 3.5 X T2
In which N is the number of devices, and T1 is the time requirement of operation in minitor state,
T2 is for alarming state.
10. Cautions
The panel must be properly grounded to ensure safety.
The panel must be maintained or repaired by authorized skilled person.
This operation manual may be updated according to product upgrading
without notification!
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Appendix 1 Internal Connection Diagram
+
-
+
14
-
24+
24-
+
24+
24-
-
+
接机壳
GND
C2-
GND
C1-
GND
C2-
GND
C1-
GND
C2-
GND
C1-
1 Main Board
5 Speaker
9 Power Filter
2 Display Board
6 Interface Board
10 ZCP
13 FCP terminal
board
14 Loop Splitter
(optional)
3 LCD
7 Power Supply
11 Fireman’s Control
Pane (optional)
4 Printer (optional)
8 Transformer
12 FCP Manual
Lock
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Appendix 2 Device Type List
Type Code
00
01
02
03
04:
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
Short Display
Undefine
ION
R+F.Heat
Optical
Fix Temp
Gas Det
Beam Det
FlameDet
CableDet
Heat Det
Detector
MCP
VAModule
Sounder
FTModule
HR MCP
HR Pump
SPKR Pmp
PS.SW
Extract
Presuriz
FreshAir
Damper
SM Vent
AirInlet
SolValve
SM CURT
RSD Clse
FireDoor
PS.DIFF
Flow SW
Elevator
AHU
GENI
Light.DB
Power.DB
WTR.CURT
Gas Dump
GasAbort
Net Unit
Repeater
Module
DryPower
FoamPump
FieldPSU
Description
Undefined
Ionization detector
Rate of Rise and Fixed Temperature detector
Photoelectrical smoke detector
Fixed temperature detector
Gas detector
Beam detector
Flame detector
Linear Heat Cable detector
Analogue heat detector
Combination detector
Manual call point
Voice alarm module
Sounder
Fire telephone module
Hydrant pump call point
Hydrant pump
Sprinkler pump
Stabilized pressure pump
Smoker exhauster
Blower
Fresh air
Fire damp
Smoke vent
Air inlet
Solenoid valve
Roller shutter door middle point
Shutter door close point
Fire door
Pressure switch
Water flow indicator
Elevator
Air handling unit
Generator
Power for lightening
Power distribution
Solenoid valve for water curtain
Gas start-up
Gas stop
Netork unit
Repeater panel
General module defnition
Dry powder fire extinguisher
Foam pump
Power supply unit
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46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
EM Light
EscapeLT
GasActiv
Security
ZoneValv
Cylinder
DelugePM
Undefine
Stop Mod
Silence
SounderA
SounderF
Loop SW
CRTFault
Loop
PSU.Bat
PSU.AC
Lock
PART
ZoneDir
F.P.E
Emergency light
Escape light
Gas activation
Security module
Zonal valve
Cylinder
Deluge pump
Undefined
Device stop
Silence key
Fire alarm sounder
Fault output
Loop switch
CRT fault
Loop
Battery
AC power
Lock control
Partial devices
Zone direction
Fire protection equipment
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Appendix 3 Operation Menu
Menu
BROWSE To look through equipment
Active EQ loop devices
COM EQ Communication equipment, including repeater panels and network
Access
ZCP
LOG To view history record
SCREEN To set screen menu
LCD Contrast
to set LCD contrast
Browse Mode
browsing Information
Zone Mode display in zone mode
Loop Mode display in loop mode
Browsing C&E To view C&E equation
PRINT To set printer menu (password required)
Disable Printing disabled
Only Fire Only printing fire information
All History When viewing history records, you can print the information
being viewed by pressing the “PRINT”.
MUTE You can stop the panel alarm sound by pressing “MUTE”
VIEW FAULT Viewing fault information when other message displayed.
SELF TEST Audible-visible self-test key. In normal monitoring state, you can check all
the audio-visible devices by pressing this key (password required).
LOCK When keypad is in unlocked state, press this key to lock the operations.
SCROLL (up & down) When there is more than one piece of information, you can
scroll the screen by pressing these keys.
ESC Pressing this key cancels output or exits menu. In information display state, you
can return the system to the highest level.
VIEW DISABLE When other message displayed, press this key to display the disabled
information.
MODE Setting gas extinguishing equipment (password required)
Disable Do not automatically link gas-extinguishing system
Enable Link gas extinguishing system automatically
SYSTEM Setting system menu (password required)
Time/Date Setting the system time
Password Change Setting password
Net Local Address Setting network address
Zone Start Number Setting starting number of zones
Display Mode Setting display mode of network info
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Initialize System To initialize the system
Equipment debug View supervisory data of intelligent devices
ENTER Confirming the input and saving. In monitoring state, press this key to change
time display between month/day and hour/minute modes.
VIEW PLANT Press this key to display action information When other message
displayed.
START\STOP (password required)
Start EQ Starting loop devices. Zone number, device address and device
type should be input
Stop EQ Stop loop devices. Zone number, device address and device type
should be input
View Start When other message displayed, press the View Start key to
display the startup information.
ENABLE/DISABLE (password required)
Disable Disabling a device
Enable Enabling a disabled device
SEC Setting security mode (password required)
Disable Burglar mode is invalid. The system doesn’t respond to the action
of security modules.
Enable The burglar mode is enabled. The system responds to the action of
security modules
Only Night Burglar mode is only effective during night. The screen shows a
request for on and off time setting.
RESET Reset the system to normal monitoring state from fire alarm or fault state
(password required)
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