Fire Alarm Control Panel CSP-204 CSP-208 CSP-104 CSP

Fire Alarm Control Panel CSP-204 CSP-208 CSP-104 CSP
Fire Alarm Control Panel
CSP-204
CSP-208
CSP-104
CSP-108
Operation manual
Firmware version 1.00
csp-x_o_en 05/13
SATEL sp. z o.o.
ul. Schuberta 79
80-172 Gdańsk
POLAND
tel. 58 320 94 00
info@satel.pl
www.satel.eu
CONTENTS
1.
Introduction..................................................................................................................... 2
2.
Front panel description.................................................................................................. 3
2.1
LED indicators ........................................................................................................... 6
2.2
Buttons ...................................................................................................................... 8
3.
Conditions signaled by the control panel / repeater panel ....................................... 10
4.
Operation....................................................................................................................... 11
4.1
Access levels........................................................................................................... 11
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
Access level 1 operation.......................................................................................... 12
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
Silencing the acoustic signaling of control panel / repeater panel................................ 12
Testing the signaling components of control panel / repeater panel ............................ 12
Checking availability of the access level 2 operation on the other panel ..................... 12
Using the user menu [CSP-204 / CSP-208 / PSP-204 / PSP-208] .............................. 12
Access level 2 operation.......................................................................................... 13
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.3.8
5.
Level 1 – all users ........................................................................................................ 11
Level 2 – authorized users ........................................................................................... 11
Enabling / disabling the two-stage alarm mode............................................................ 13
Procedure in the case of alarm signaling ..................................................................... 14
Deactivating / activating the sounders.......................................................................... 14
Procedure in the case of fault signaling........................................................................ 14
Disablement ................................................................................................................. 14
Testing the zones ......................................................................................................... 15
Testing the routing outputs and sounders .................................................................... 15
Using the user menu [CSP-204 / CSP-208 / PSP-204 / PSP-208] .............................. 15
Using the virtual panel ................................................................................................. 16
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1. Introduction
This manual describes how to operate the following fire alarm control panels:
CSP-104 - 4 zone conventional fire alarm control panel,
CSP-108 - 8 zone conventional fire alarm control panel,
CSP-204 - 4 zone conventional fire alarm control panel with LCD display,
CSP-208 - 8 zone conventional fire alarm control panel with LCD display.
The manual also covers remote operation of the fire alarm control panels by means of
repeater panels and explains how to use the virtual panel.
Please read this manual carefully before use.
Fig. 1. Typical components included in the fire alarm system.
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2. Front panel description
The following items are placed on the front panel of the control panel / repeater panel:
 LED indicators;
 control buttons;
 insert with zone descriptions to facilitate identification of the alarm source;
 LCD display to make easier transmission of information (only CSP-204, PSP-204,
CSP-208 and PSP-208);
 key switch to enable changing the access level.
Fig. 2. Front panel of the CSP-208 control panel.
Fig. 3. Front panel of the PSP-208 repeater panel.
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Fig. 4. Front panel of the CSP-204 control panel.
Fig. 5. Front panel of the PSP-204 repeater panel.
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Fig. 6. Front panel of the CSP-108 control panel.
Fig. 7. Front panel of the PSP-108 repeater panel.
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Fig. 8. Front panel of the CSP-104 control panel.
Fig. 9. Front panel of the PSP-104 repeater panel.
2.1 LED indicators
LED
Description
Color
fault
yellow
test
yellow
disabled
yellow
Indications
ON – fault
blinking – fault memory
blinking – test function is activated
ON – test of zones, sounders, fire alarm routing
output or fault warning routing output is running
blinking – disablement function is activated
ON – zones, sounders, fire alarm routing output or
fault warning routing output are disabled
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zone 1
zone 2
zone 3
zone 4
yellow
zone 5
blinking – zone fault (short-circuit or break)
ON – zone is disabled or is being tested
zone 6
zone 7
zone 8
fire routing
yellow
fault routing
yellow
sounders
yellow
power
yellow
auxiliary devices
yellow
system
yellow
earth fault
yellow
fault routing
yellow
fire routing
red
blinking – output fault (short-circuit or break)
ON – output is disabled or is being tested
blinking – output fault (short-circuit or break)
ON – output is disabled or is being tested
blinking – sounder fault (short-circuit or break)
ON – sounders are disabled or are being tested
blinking – power supply failure (loss of 230 V AC
mains, missing battery, low battery, high battery
resistance)
blinking – programmable input fault (short-circuit
or break), fault signaled by a device connected to
programmable input, power output fault
(overload), repeater panel or CSP-ETH module
not present, repeater panel fault
blinking – control panel hardware fault,
microprocessor-based system fault, corrupted
data in control panel memory, or alarm log
overflow
blinking – earth fault in one of the circuits of fire
alarm system
blinking – fault warning routing output is active
(no confirmation of transmission)
ON – fault warning routing output is active and
transmission is confirmed
blinking – fire alarm routing output is active (no
confirmation of transmission)
ON – fire alarm routing output is active and
transmission is confirmed
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power
green
ON – control panel is supplied from 230 V AC
mains
blinking – control panel is supplied from a battery
(no 230 V AC supply)
delays
yellow
ON – two-stage alarm mode is enabled (second
stage alarm is delayed)
fire
red
blinking – fire alarm
ON – fire alarm acknowledged by the operator
fire in zone 1
fire in zone 2
fire in zone 3
fire in zone 4
fire in zone 5
fire in zone 6
fire in zone 7
fire in zone 8
red
slow blinking – pre-alarm
fast blinking – first alarm
ON – next alarm
service
Only the control panel
slow blinking – access level 2
fast blinking – waiting for code entry after the
blue
key is pressed
ON – access level 3 (programming)
Only the repeater panel
info
blue
slow blinking – access level 2
ON – repeater panel cannot be operated
2.2 Buttons
Button
Access
level
1
2
2
Function
- starts the test of LED indicators and built-in sounder of control
panel / repeater panel
- starts the function of testing zones, sounders, fire alarm routing
output or fault warning routing output
- starts the function of disabling zones, sounders, fire alarm
routing output or fault warning routing output
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- after pressing the
button – disables / enables the zone
- after pressing the
button – starts / stops the zone test
- after pressing the
button – the buttons 1-4 allow to enter the
level 3 access code (programming)
2
2
- after pressing the
routing output
button – disables / enables the fire alarm
- after pressing the
routing output
button – starts a test of the fire alarm
- after pressing the
button – disables / enables the fault
warning routing output
- after pressing the
button – starts test of the fault warning
routing output
- deactivates / activates sounders during a fire alarm
2
1 or 2
2
2
1
2
1
- after pressing the
button – disables / enables the sounders
- after pressing the
button – starts a test of the sounders
- acknowledges the alarm or fault warning and silences the
acoustic signaling in control panel and repeater panel
- resets the fault memory
- resets the fire alarm
- resets the fault
- activates / deactivates two-stage alarm mode (second stage
alarm delay)
Only the control panel
- allows to check whether level 2 operation is available on the
repeater panel
- allows to gain level 3 access (control panel programming)
Only the repeater panel
- allows to check whether level 2 operation is available on the
control panel's front panel
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Only the control panel / repeater panel equipped with LCD display
- exits the menu, submenu or function and allows to perform other
1 or 2
operations in the user menu
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
- scrolls up and allows to perform other operations in the user
menu
- scrolls down and allows to perform other operations in the user
menu
- opens the user menu
- enters submenus or starts functions, and allows to perform other
operations in the user menu
3. Conditions signaled by the control panel / repeater panel
During normal operation, the green LED, described as POWER, is steadily lit on the front
panel. On the display (CSP-204 and CSP-208 control panels, PSP-204 and PSP-208
repeater panels), the time and date (the upper line) and the programmed message (the lower
line) are presented. The control panel and repeater panel can signal the following conditions,
which result from actions taken by the operating personnel or require actions to be taken by
the operating personnel.
Access level 2 – control panel – signaled by the blinking blue LED above the
button.
The repeater panel does not indicate that the access level 2 operation is available on the
front panel of the control panel.
Access level 2 – repeater panel – signaled by the blinking blue LED above the
button.
The front panel of the control panel does not indicate that the access level 2 operation is
available on the repeater panel.
Second stage alarm delay – signaled by the steady-on yellow LED above the
button.
Pre-alarm – signaled by:
 slow blinking of the red LED labeled with the number of the zone which caused prealarm;
 sound.
Note: The pre-alarm signaling can turn into alarm signaling, if a detector is activated within
30 minutes in the dependent zone. After 30 minutes, the pre-alarm is automatically
reset.
Alarm – signaled by:
 blinking / steady-on red LED described as FIRE;
 fast blinking / steady-on red LED labeled with the number of the zone which triggered
the alarm;
 sound;
 message on the display [CSP-204 and CSP-208 control panels, PSP-204
and PSP-208 repeater panels]:
upper line: name of the zone which triggered alarm as the first one / consecutive
number of the alarm / total number of the alarms;
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lower line: name of the zone which triggered alarm as the last one / consecutive
number of the alarm / total number of the alarms.
Fault – signaled by:
 ON yellow LED, described as FAULT;
 blinking yellow LED, according to the relevant trouble (see section LED INDICATORS
p. 6);
 sound.
Fault memory – signaled by blinking yellow LED, described as FAULT. The fault memory
will be signaled, if the operating personnel has not acknowledged the fault using the
button and the control panel does not detect the fault any more.
Disablement – signaled by:
button;
 steady-on yellow LED next to the
 steady-on yellow LED, according to the disabled element (see section LED INDICATORS
p. 6).
Zone test – signaled by:
 steady-on yellow LED next to the
button;
 steady-on yellow LED next to the button labeled with number of the zone being tested.
4. Operation
4.1 Access levels
4.1.1 Level 1 – all users
The
,
and
buttons [control panel] or the
button [repeater panel] can be used.
In the case of control panels and repeater panels equipped with LCD display, the
and
,
,
buttons are also available, which allow to open and use the user menu (the
clock programming is not available).
4.1.2 Level 2 – authorized users
All buttons are available for use. In order to get access at level 2, turn the key switch to
position marked with the
symbol.
Note: The control panel cannot be operated at the level 2 at the same time from the control
panel and from the repeaters panel, hence:
 turning the control panel key switch will always result in getting access at level 2
(access level 2 on the repeater panel is automatically exited);
 getting access at level 2 from the repeater panel is impossible, if operation at level 2
is available on the control panel.
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4.2 Access level 1 operation
4.2.1 Silencing the acoustic signaling of control panel / repeater panel
Press the
button.
4.2.2 Testing the signaling components of control panel / repeater panel
Press and hold the
button for about 3 seconds. All the LEDs should start blinking
uniformly and an audible signal should be heard.
4.2.3 Checking availability of the access level 2 operation on the other panel
On the control panel
Press and hold the
button. When the button is pressed:
 the yellow LED next to the
button is ON, if the level 2 operation is available on
the repeater panel;
 a message on the LCD display [only CSP-204 and CSP-208] informs you whether
the level 2 operation is available on the repeater panel.
On the repeater panel
Press and hold the
button. When the button is pressed:
 the yellow LEDs next to the buttons labeled with digits from 1 to 4 are ON, if the level
2 operation is available on the front panel of the control panel;
 a message on the LCD display [only PSP-204 and PSP-208] informs you whether
the level 2 operation is available on the control panel.
4.2.4 Using the user menu [CSP-204 / CSP-208 / PSP-204 / PSP-208]
To display the user menu, press the
menu, and the
the
button. Press the
button – to scroll up. Use the
cursor. Use the
button to scroll down the
button to start a function indicated by
button to exit the menu. After 30 seconds of idleness (no button
has been pressed), the automatic menu exit will follow.
Note: If any of the LEDs indicating a fire in the zone is blinking or ON, using the user menu
will be impossible.
Viewing the alarm log
After starting the function, information about the last alarm will be presented on the
display:
 upper line: consecutive number of the alarm / total number of the alarms;
 lower line: time the alarm occurred.
button to get additional information about the alarm. Press the button
Press the
repeatedly to display the following data in the lower line:
 date the alarm occurred;
 alarm type;
 name of the zone that triggered the alarm.
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Use the
and
buttons to scroll the list of alarms up and down. Use the
button to exit the function.
Viewing the event log
After starting the function, information about the last event will be presented on the
display:
 upper line: consecutive number of the event / total number of the events;
 lower line: time the event occurred.
Press the
button to get additional information about the event. Press the button
repeatedly to display the following data in the lower line:
 date the event occurred;
 event description;
 event description (continued);
 device the event relates to.
Use the
and
buttons to scroll the list of events up and down. Use the
button to exit the function.
Viewing the current faults
After the function is started, the fault information is presented on the display:
 upper line: consecutive number of the current fault / total number of the current
faults;
 lower line: fault description.
Press the
button to get additional information about the fault. Press the button
repeatedly to display the following data in the lower line:
 fault description (continued);
 device the fault relates to.
and
buttons to scroll the list of current faults up and down. Use the
Use the
button to exit the function.
4.3 Access level 2 operation
4.3.1 Enabling / disabling the two-stage alarm mode
Press the
button. The ON yellow LED above the button indicates that the two-stage
alarm mode is enabled. Activation of detectors in the appropriately programmed zones will
trigger the first stage alarm (the control panel inner alarm which does not activate e.g. the fire
alarm routing output). In such a case, the operating personnel has 30 seconds to
acknowledge the alarm using the
button. If the
button is not pressed, the second
stage alarm (main alarm) will be triggered. If the
button is pressed, the second stage
alarm will be delayed by an additional period of time, as programmed in the control panel.
If the two-stage alarm mode is disabled (the yellow LED above the
zones will trigger the second stage alarm.
button is OFF), all the
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4.3.2 Procedure in the case of alarm signaling
1. Press the
button to acknowledge the alarm and silence the acoustic signaling of the
control panel / repeater panel. The red LED, described as FIRE, will stop blinking and will
come ON. In the case of the first stage alarm, the control panel will start the countdown of
verification time, which allows the operating personnel to verify that the fire really takes
place. After this time elapses, the second stage alarm will be triggered, unless the alarm
is cleared by the operator.
2. Check which zone has triggered the alarm (respective LED blinking or ON, and in the
case of control panels / repeater panels equipped with the LCD display – also information
on the display).
3. Go to the part of the premises in which the alarm has been reported, in order to verify
whether the fire really takes place.
4. If you find out a fire, proceed in accordance with the fire instructions provided for the site.
5. If the alarm proves to be a false one, press the
button to clear the alarm. If the fire
service (fire brigade) or other services have been notified about the fire (the second stage
alarm has been triggered, which has activated the fire alarm routing output), let them
know that the alarm was false. In the case of repeated false alarms in the zone, disable
the zone and call the service personnel.
Note: Proceed in the similar way in the case of pre-alarm.
4.3.3 Deactivating / activating the sounders
If the alarm is being signaled, you can deactivate or activate the sounders. To do so, press
the
button.
Note: During alarm, the sounders can be activated even when they are disabled.
4.3.4 Procedure in the case of fault signaling
1. Press the
button to acknowledge the fault and silence the acoustic signaling of the
control panel / repeater panel.
2. Read out the additional information related to the fault (blinking of the respective LEDs,
and in the case of control panels / repeater panels equipped with the LCD display – also
viewing the faults in the user menu).
3. Make a note of the fault.
4. Press the
button to reset the fault.
5. In the case of repeated fault signals, call the service personnel.
Note: Do not call the service personnel in the event of 230 V AC fault signal, if absence of
mains voltage has been found out by the operating personnel.
4.3.5 Disablement
1. Press the
button. The yellow LED next to the button will start blinking.
2. Select the component to be disabled:
 press the button labeled with a digit to disable the zone with the same number;
 press the
button to disable the fire alarm routing output;
 press the
button to disable the fault warning routing output;
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 press the
button to disable the sounders.
After pressing the button, the yellow LED next to the button will turn ON (if it is OFF) or
will turn OFF (if it is ON). If the given component is to be disabled, the LED must be ON.
3. Press the
button to exit the disablement function.
4.3.6 Testing the zones
Note: When alarm is being signaled, testing the zones is impossible.
1. Press the
button. The yellow LED next to the button will start blinking.
2. Press the button labeled with a digit corresponding to the number of the zone to be
tested. The yellow LED next to the button will come on.
button. The yellow LED next to the button will stop blinking and will come
3. Press the
ON.
4. Test the zone operation. If in the zone to be tested a detector or a manual call point is
activated:
 the red LED labeled with the zone number will come ON;
 the control panel’s and repeater panel’s built-in sounders will be activated;
 sounders will be activated;
 the alarm will be automatically reset after one second.
The test alarms do not activate the routing output.
5. After completion of the test, press the
button. The yellow LED next to the button will
start blinking.
6. Press the button labeled with a digit corresponding to the number of the zone which has
been tested. The yellow LED next to the button will go out.
7. Press the
button to exit the testing function.
4.3.7 Testing the routing outputs and sounders
Note: When alarm is being signaled, testing the routing outputs or sounders is impossible.
1. Press the
button. The yellow LED next to the button will start blinking.
2. Select the component to be tested:
 press and hold the
button to test the fire alarm routing output;
 press and hold the
button to test the fault warning routing output;
 press and hold the
button to test the sounders.
When the button is pressed, the yellow LED next to the button is ON and the selected
control panel component (routing output or sounders) is active.
3. Release the button to finish the test.
4. Press the
button to exit the testing function.
4.3.8 Using the user menu [CSP-204 / CSP-208 / PSP-204 / PSP-208]
The way of using the menu and viewing the logs of alarms, events and current faults is
described in the access level 1 operation section (p. 12). Additionally, a submenu with
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functions which allow you to program the control panel clock is available. To enter the
submenu, and also to start the function, use the
button.
Programming the clock
Separate functions are to be used to program the time and date. After the function is
started, the flashing cursor will inform you which parameter is currently being edited.
The
and
buttons allow you to change the parameter. The
cursor to the right, and the
button moves the
button – to the left. If the cursor indicates the first edited
parameter, pressing the
button will exit the function. If the cursor indicates the last
parameter, pressing the
button will exit the function. If you have made any changes,
after exiting the function you will be asked whether to save changes (use the
to go back to the function, the
button – to cancel the changes, and the
button
button –
to save the changes).
5. Using the virtual panel
Access to the virtual panel is possible from a computer connected to the Ethernet network
(TCP/IP), on which a web browser and the Java Virtual Machine are installed.
1. Start the web browser.
2. Enter the module IP address into the address bar and press ENTER key.
3. The login page will open in the web browser. Enter the code (by default: satel) to get
access to the virtual panel.
Fig. 10. Login to the virtual panel.
4. The virtual panel will be displayed.
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Fig. 11. Virtual panel.
control panel type.
icons providing information about the control panel status:
- access level 1;
- access level 2;
- two-stage alarm mode disabled;
- two-stage alarm mode enabled;
- fire alarm routing output is active;
- fire alarm routing output is active and transmission is confirmed;
- fault warning routing output is active;
- fault warning routing output is active and transmission is confirmed.
the message providing information about the system status. All messages, sorted by
their priority, are listed below (higher position = higher status priority):
 FIRE [zone name (zone number)]
 PRE-ALARM
 SERVICE
 FAULT
 SYSTEM OK
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the date and time as per the control panel clock.
the area where information on pre-alarms and alarms is displayed. The zone name is
preceded by a suitable icon:
- pre-alarm;
- alarm.
the area where information on faults is displayed.
the area where information on disablements and tests is displayed. The component
name is preceded by a suitable icon:
- disablement;
- test.
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