ALGORITHMIC FIRE DETECTION CONTROL PANEL SERIES

ALGORITHMIC FIRE DETECTION CONTROL PANEL SERIES
ALGORITHMIC FIRE DETECTION
CONTROL PANEL SERIES
AE/SA-C8 – AE/SA-C2
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INDEX
Page
1.
DISPLAY AND CONTROL PANEL ........................................................................ 5
1.1.
1.2.
2.
PILOT LAMPS.............................................................................................................. 5
KEYS............................................................................................................................ 7
GENERAL CONTROL PANEL STATUS ................................................................ 9
2.1.
2.2.
STANDBY STATUS ..................................................................................................... 9
ACTIVATION STATUS................................................................................................. 9
2.2.1.
2.2.2.
2.2.3.
2.2.4.
3.
MANUAL OPERATIONS ...................................................................................... 13
3.1.
SELECTING THE STATUS TO DISPLAY ................................................................. 13
3.1.1.
3.2.
local MenU......................................................................................................................16
ACCESS LEVELS ................................................................................................ 17
4.1.
4.2.
DEFINITION .................................................................................................................. 17
EXISTING ACCESS LEVELS .................................................................................... 17
4.2.1.
4.2.2.
4.2.3.
4.3.
4.4.
LEvel 1 oR FREE ...........................................................................................................17
LEvel 2 oR usEr..............................................................................................................17
LEvel 3 oR supervisor ....................................................................................................17
CURRENT ACCESS LEVEL...................................................................................... 17
RESTORING THE ACCESS LEVEL.......................................................................... 18
CONTROL MENU STRUCTURE ......................................................................... 19
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
5.6.
6.
local MENU.....................................................................................................................14
DETAILED POINT VIEW............................................................................................ 15
3.3.1.
5.
AUTOMATIC CANCELLATION......................................................................................13
DETAILED ZONE VIEW .................................................................................................... 14
3.2.1.
3.3.
4.
FIRE (ALARM) STATUS ................................................................................................10
FAULT STATUS .............................................................................................................10
DISABLED STATUS ......................................................................................................11
TEST STATUS. ..............................................................................................................11
MENU TREE IN NON-CONFIGURED CONTROL PANELS...................................... 19
MENU TREE IN NORMAL MODE ................................................................................ 19
LOCAL ZONE MENU TREE ...................................................................................... 21
LOCAL POINTS MENU TREE ................................................................................... 21
MENU TREE IN START-UP MODE ........................................................................... 21
MENU TREE IN CODING MODE .............................................................................. 21
START-UP MODE................................................................................................ 23
6.1.
6.2.
REMOTE MAINTENANCE......................................................................................... 23
LOCAL MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................. 23
6.2.1.
6.2.2.
6.3.
INITIALISE......................................................................................................................24
TERMINATING MAINTENANCE MODE........................................................................25
IMPORTANT NOTES................................................................................................. 25
6.3.1.
6.3.2.
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1 . DISPLAY AND CONTROL PANEL
FIRE DETECTION ALGORITHM SYSTEM
FIRE
POWER
SYSTEM/CPU
FAULT
PRE-ALARM
SUPPLY
FAULT
FAULT
DISABLEMENT
DAY MODE
NIGHT MODE
1
TEST
ZONES STATUS
FAULT
FIRE
ACCESS
LEVEL
DISABLED
ON TEST
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1
MUTE
LOCAL
SOUNDERS
MENU
ACCEPT
DELAYED
MODE
RESET
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
YES
0
NOT
OUTPUTS PROGRAMMABLE KEYS
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
1 . 1 . PILOT LAMPS
The front panel includes the following pilot lamps:
SYSTEM
POWER
Green
The Control Panel is powered up and operating.
SYSTEM FAULT
Yellow
Incorrect Control Panel operation.
SUPPLY FAULT
Yellow
Incorrect mains or battery supply.
DAY MODE
Yellow
Control Panel is only operating in day mode.
NIGHT MODE
Yellow
Control Panel is operating in night mode.
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STATUS
FIRE
Red
An installation element has an alarm status.
PRE-ALARM
Red
An installation element has an pre-alarm status.
FAULT
Yellow
An installation element has a fault status.
DISABLEMENT
Yellow
An installation element has been disconnected.
TEST
Yellow
An installation zone or sector is operating in test mode.
Red
The local evacuation exit is enabled.
Yellow
The local evacuation exit has a fault.
DELAYED MODE
Yellow
S1 – S10
Red
Immediate exit activation has been disabled.
Operations delay is enabled.
The corresponding operations sequence is enabled.
OPERATIONS
LOCAL SOUNDERS
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1 . 2 . KEYS
The front panel includes a series of function keys, which perform certain actions or permit access to menus
displayed on the screen.
Each function is assigned an access level. For a given function to execute, the current access level at the
Control Panel must be equal to or higher than the function’s access level.
There is also a key in the front panel that allows the determination of the current Control Panel access level,
as Level 1 or Level 2. Further details are provided in Section 2 – Access Levels.
The front panel function keys are (the access level is shown in brackets):
ALARM
(1)
Display the zones with alarm status.
FAULT
(1)
Display the zones with fault status.
DISABLED
(1)
Display the zones with disabled status.
TEST
(1)
Display the zones with test status.
MUTE
(1)
ACCEPT
(2)
Indicates that the incident has been acknowledged and the buzzer
has been switched of.
Performs a reset of operations.
RESET
(2)
Performs a general installation reset.
MENU
(1)
Permits access to the Control Panel Operations menu.
(2)
Enables and resets the operations sequence associated with the
key
NUMBERS 0 to 9
(1)
Indicates the selected number or option.
YES
(1)
Confirms the selected value or option.
NO
(1)
Deletes the selected value or cancels the selected option.
SEQUENCE CONTROL
S1 to S10
NUMERIC KEYPAD
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2 . GENERAL CONTROL PANEL STATUS
The Control Panel is always has a specific status. This status is determined by the status of the zones in
the configuration.
The actual Control Panel status can be one of the following two.
2 . 1 . STANDBY STATUS
The standby status is the initial Control Panel condition after start-up and is maintained while all the
associated zones remain in standby.
While in this condition, the screen appears as follows:
(LOGO)
--TEXT CONFIGURABLE
Wed 03-Mar-04
09:40:38
Mod. AE/SA-C8
v1.0
The logo is a black and white bitmap with a size of 144 x 56 pixels.
The default logo is that of Aguilera Electrónica, but any other may be selected from the Installation
Configuration Program.
2 . 2 . ACTIVATION STATUS
When any installation zone changes its standby status, this forces a general Control Panel status change.
The possible activation status levels are as follows:
Fire (Alarm).
Fault.
Disabled
Test.
Several of these status levels may exist at the Control Panel at the same time. Since the Control Panel
can only display the information in relation to a single status, there is a priority system that determines
which status is the most important and this is the one that is automatically displayed on the screen.
Each status level has an associated LED, which remains lit while the represented status is active.
The following sections provide details of the information displayed for each status level and each will be
examined in decreasing order of priority.
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2 . 2 . 1 . FIRE (ALARM) STATUS
The Control Panel will have general fire (alarm) status when at least one zone has an alarm or pre-alarm
status.
Under these conditions, the screen display will appears as shown below:
ALARM STATUS
- 1/5
0003
- 4/5
0015
- 5/5
0124
: 5 zones
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ZONE IN PRE-ALARM
Floor 6: Administration office
ZONE IN ALARM
Main entrance hall
ZONE IN ALARM (TESTS)
Ground floor: Conference hall
The first screen line indicates the current status, together with the number of zones in the installation
currently having this status.
The second line is used for separation and is always blank.
The third and fourth lines contain information for the first zone that has passed to an alarm condition.
In this example, zone 3 has entered a pre-alarm situation.
The fifth and sixth lines show information for the penultimate installation zone to have entered an
alarm condition. The above example shows that zone 15 has entered an alarm condition.
The last two lines on the screen are used to display information on the most recent zone to enter an
alarm situation. In this case, it displays a zone that is undergoing testing.
2 . 2 . 2 . FAULT STATUS
The Control Panel will have a general fault status when at least one of the associated zones is in a fault
condition.
The display of information under these circumstances is very similar to the previously described alarm
status.
FAULT STATUS
:
2 zones
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- 1/2 ZONE WITH FAULT STATUS
0005 Main entrance hall
- 2/2 ZONE WITH FAULT STATUS
9999 System zone
As can be seen, the fifth and sixth lines of the above example are blank. This is because at this moment,
there are only two zones with faults and therefore the penultimate zone with fault status coincides with the
first and is not displayed.
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2 . 2 . 3 . DISABLED STATUS
The Control Panel will have a disabled status when at least one zone is in disabled condition.
Under these circumstances, all disabled zones are displayed independently of whether they have been
disabled manually by user action or automatically because of a change in Control Panel operating mode.
DISABLED STATUS
- 1/9
0013
- 8/9
0005
- 9/9
9999
: 9 zones
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PARTIALLY DISABLED
Machine room
COMPLETELY DISABLED
Main entrance hall
PARTIALLY DISABLED
System zone
This example contains the two types of disabled conditions occurring in this status:
Partially disabled.
In this case, one or more, but not all points in the indicated zone are disabled.
Completely disabled.
This occurs when all points in the indicated zone are disabled.
2 . 2 . 4 . TEST STATUS.
The Control Panel has test status when at least one zone is undergoing testing.
An example of the display of this status is provided below.
TEST STATUS
:
1 zones
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- 1/1 ZONE UNDER TEST
0124 Ground floor: Exhibition hall
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3 . MANUAL OPERATIONS
The previous chapter described how the Control Panel determined its current status from those of the
installation zones. In the same way, using a priority system, it decides which status is the most important
and then displays it on the screen and keeps it constantly updated.
All this is carried out automatically, without any need for user intervention.
This chapter described how the operator can display one status or another, together with what action can
be carried out on them.
3 . 1 . SELECTING THE STATUS TO DISPLAY
The Control Panel operator can “force” the display of a specific status at any time by using the four zone
display keys, which are located on the upper section of the Control Panel front panel.
If the Control Panel is not in the selected status, which means there is no zone with this status, then the
display is as shown below.
ALARM STATUS
: 0 zones
_
By pressing <NO>, the Control Panel will cancel the current display and return to the priority display.
3 . 1 . 1 . AUTOMATIC CANCELLATION
When the operator selects the display of a status that is different to the current priority status, then the
Control Panel enables a timer. When this timer runs out, it will cancel the current display and return to the
priority status.
Each time the operator carries out any operation on the displayed status, such as entry into the detailed
views or local menu activation, then Control Panel with reset this timer.
According to EN54-2, this time must not exceed thirty seconds.
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3 . 2 . DETAILED ZONE VIEW
Independently of the displayed general status, priority or manual, the detailed zone view can be enabled
using the <YES> key.
The detailed zone view appears as shown below:
FAULT
9999
0017
0013
0005
0003
0124
ZONES
IN
DETAIL
_
System zone
_
Corridors G-H in main warehouse
Machine room
Main entrance hall
6th floor: Administration office
Ground floor: exhibition hall
This view contains all the zones that have the displayed general status. This example shows the fault
status.
The display order is chronological, oldest to most recent.
The following keys are used to move through the list of zones:
Up Arrow:
Down Arrow:
Selects the previous zone or goes back one page if the first zone displayed
is selected and backward movement is possible.
Selects the next zone or goes forward one page if the last zone displayed is
selected and forward movement is possible.
Left Arrow:
Moves back a complete screen if this is possible.
Right Arrow:
Moves forward a complete screen if this is possible.
Pressing the <NO> key will cancel the detail view and return to the general status display.
3 . 2 . 1 . LOCAL MENU
Pressing the <MENU> key accesses the local zone menu, from which it is possible to execute various
options with respect to the currently selected zone in a quick, simple fashion.
The only zone that does not accept the local menu is the system zone, since this zone cannot be totally
disabled or changed to test mode.
The local menu can be cancelled by pressing the <NO> key.
Execution of a local menu option will cancel the actual menu and the detailed view and return to the
general status menu.
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3 . 3 . DETAILED POINT VIEW
A higher level of detail can be accessed from the detailed zone view, which will allow inspection of the
points in a specific zone that is in the currently displayed status.
The detailed point view is activated by the <YES> key and has the following format:
DETAIL OF ACTIVE POINTS IN ZONE 0003
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1/023/1 Call point Equip. not respond
1/023/2 Call point Equip. not respond
1/027/1 Master
Disabled
1/028/1 Outputs
Fault
The first line of this screen shows the number of zone that are being inspected and, next, are all the
points of the inspected zone ordered by physical identification.
Each displayed point indicates:
The point’s physical identification (channel/equipment in the channel/ the point in the equipment).
The risk to which the point belongs.
The last incident that activated the point’s inspection status.
The following keys are used to move through the list of zones:
Up Arrow:
Down Arrow:
Selects the previous point or goes back one page if the first point displayed
is selected and backward movement is possible.
Selects the next point or goes forward one page if the last point displayed is
selected and forward movement is possible.
Left Arrow:
Moves back a complete screen if this is possible.
Right Arrow:
Moves forward a complete screen if this is possible.
Pressing the <NO> key will cancel the detailed point view and return to the detailed zone view.
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3 . 3 . 1 . LOCAL MENU
Pressing the <MENU> key accesses the local points menu, from which it is possible to execute various
options with respect to the currently selected point in a quick, simple fashion.
Some system zone points do not accept this type of functions and in these cases a message is displayed
informing the user.
The local menu is cancelled by pressing the <NO> key.
Execution of a local menu option will cancel the actual menu and the detailed views and return to the
general status menu.
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4 . ACCESS LEVELS
4 . 1 . DEFINITION
The access levels implement a security mechanism that prevents unauthorised persons from carrying out
certain operations at the Control Panel.
In this way, all the options of the tree of menus of the Control Panel, as well as certain functions that are
directly accessible from the front panel keys are associated with a specific access level.
4 . 2 . EXISTING ACCESS LEVELS
The Control Panel manages three different levels of access.
4 . 2 . 1 . LEVEL 1 OR FREE
The functions available on this level are always accessible, which means that they can be executed at all
times independently of the current access level.
4 . 2 . 2 . LEVEL 2 OR USER
In order to execute a function on this level, the current access level must be 2 or higher.
Level 2 access can be established by the Control Panel’s front panel key or by entering the password of a
user configured for level 2.
4 . 2 . 3 . LEVEL 3 OR SUPERVISOR
This level is reserved for the most sensitive functions.
The only method of establishing a level 3 access is via the password of a user with level 3 access
configuration.
4 . 3 . CURRENT ACCESS LEVEL
The Control Panel has a specific access at all times. When the Control Panel initialises the system at
switch-on, it will set the current access level as indicated by the front panel key to either 1 or 2.
Each time this key position is changed, the Control Panel will establish the access level in accordance
with the key’s new position.
When a user attempts to execute a function, either through the menu or the front panel keys, the Control
Panel obtains the access level associated with that function. If the required level is less or equal to the
current access level, then the option will be executed.
However, if the current access level is not sufficient, then a screen will be displayed requesting the
password from a user with sufficient privileges. At this point there are two possibilities:
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1. The user cancels the password entry by pressing the <NO> key, a non-recognised password is
entered or one belonging to a user with insufficient access privileges.
The Control Panel will return to the previous situation without executing the option. An error
message may be optionally displayed.
2. The entered password belongs to a user that has been configured with sufficient access
privileges.
The Control Panel will then establish the access level of the registered user as that of the system,
it also starts a timer that will automatically restore the previous access level and then executes
the option.
4 . 4 . RESTORING THE ACCESS LEVEL
As described above, when the user’s password is entered, the Control Panel will initiate a timer to restore
the previous access level.
This timing function can be configured for each Control Panel from the Installation Configuration Program.
The default value is 60 seconds and it is employed to prevent the Control Panel from always having a
certain access level.
Each time the user executes a new option, the timer is reinitiated and when it reaches zero again, it will
restore the access level to that indicated by the front panel key, either 1 or 2.
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5 . CONTROL MENU STRUCTURE
In the following sections, the required access level for each option is shown in brackets.
5 . 1 . MENU TREE IN NON-CONFIGURED CONTROL PANELS
If the Control Panel has not been configured, then pressing the “MENU” key will access the main menu,
the structure of which is shown in the following diagram:
1. LED test (1)
2. Time setting (1)
3. Changing to start-up mode (1)
4. Coding mode (1).
The coding mode only applies to equipment fitted with an internal EEPROM for 2-wire installation models.
5 . 2 . MENU TREE IN NORMAL MODE
With a configured Control Panel, pressing the “MENU” key will access the main menu, which has the
following structure:
1. Listings (1)
1. Zones (1)
1. With incidents (1)
2. In alarm/active (1)
3. In fault (1)
4. Disabled (1)
5. In test (1)
2. Analogue detectors (1)
3. Events log
(1)
1. Complete (1)
2. Alarms (1)
3. Faults (1)
4. Disables (1)
5. Tests (1)
6. Message (1)
2. Control (2)
1. Enabling (2)
1. Sector (2)
2. Zone (2)
3. Point (2)
4. Risk (2)
5. Operations (2)
1. Sequences (2)
1. All sequences (2)
2. Individual sequences (2)
2. Local evacuation relay (2)
3. Alarm repetition relay (2)
4. Pre-alarm repetition relay (2)
5. Fault repetition relay (2)
6. Operation delays (2)
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2. Disabling (2)
1. Sector (2)
2. Zone (2)
3. Point (2)
4. Risk (2)
5. Operations (2)
1. Sequences (2)
1. All (2)
2. One (2)
2. Local evacuation relay (2)
3. Alarm repetition relay (2)
4. Pre-alarm repetition relay (2)
5. Fault repetition relay (2)
6. Operation delays (2)
3. Activate sequence (2)
4. Reset sequence (2)
3. Tests (2)
1. LED test (2)
2. Initiate sector tests (2)
3. Initiate zone tests (2)
4. Terminate sector tests (2)
5. Terminate zone tests (2)
4. Operating mode (2)
1. Change to DAY mode (2)
2. Change to NIGHT mode (2)
3. Change to COMPLETE mode (2)
4. Change to start-up mode (2)
5. Coding mode (2)
5. Programming (2)
1. Time setting (2)
2. Descriptive texts (3)
1. Sectors (3)
2. Zones (3)
3. Sequences (3)
3. Analogue levels (3)
1. Complete installation (3)
1. Ionic (3)
2. Optical (3)
3. Thermal (3)
2. Sectors
(3)
1. Ionic (3)
2. Optical (3)
3. Thermal (3)
3. Zones (3)
1. Ionic (3)
2. Optical (3)
3. Thermal (3)
4. Points (3)
4. Operation delays (3)
5. Technique (3)
1. Users (3)
2. Detector flashing (3)
3. Initiate (3)
1. Delete events log (3)
2. Delete configuration (3)
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5 . 3 . LOCAL ZONE MENU TREE
When zone incidents are displayed, pressing the “YES” key will access the detailed zone view, which
displays all the zones with a specific status (alarm, fault, disabled or test), and from here, pressing the
“MENU” key will access the local menu or fast access menu with the following structure:
1. Enable the zone (2)
2. Disable the zone (2)
3. Initiate zone tests (2)
4. Terminate zone tests (2)
5 . 4 . LOCAL POINTS MENU TREE
By selecting an active zone from the detailed zone view and pressing the “YES” key will access the
detailed points view and display all the active points associated with this same zone. Pressing the
“MENU” key will access the local menu or fast access menu with the following structure.
1. Enable the point (2)
2. Disable the point (2)
5 . 5 . MENU TREE IN START-UP MODE
The installation start-up mode has a single option, which is executed when the “MENU” key is pressed.
This option displays a message to confirm the termination of the start-up mode and the system returns to
normal mode operation.
5 . 6 . MENU TREE IN CODING MODE
The coding mode has a single option, which is executed when the “MENU” key is pressed. This option
displays a message to confirm coding mode termination and the system returns to normal mode
operation.
The coding mode can only be used with equipment fitted with an internal EEPROM, which store the
equipment identification number.
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6 . START-UP MODE
The start-up mode is a special operating mode that enables specific start-up or maintenance tasks to be
carried out on the installation supervised by the Control Panel.
This is called either the maintenance or the start-up mode.
This operating mode does not require the Control Panel to be configured. If there is a configuration stored
in the Control Panel’s memory, then this will not be affected by the start-up mode.
Depending on how it is activated, there are two forms of executing the start-up mode.
6 . 1 . REMOTE MAINTENANCE
This maintenance mode is established when the Start-up Mode Program (AGE41) sets up a connection
with the Control Panel.
Once the connection has been established, the Control Panel is then completely subordinate to the Startup Mode Program independently of the mode in which it is operating until the connection is terminated. At
this moment, the Control Panel performs an automatic reset, after which, it commences to operate in
normal mode again.
PROCESS IN COURSE
.
Control Panel in Remote Maintenance mode
Please, wait a moment...
.
The Control Panel screen will display the following screen while the connection with the Start-up Mode
Program is established.
6 . 2 . LOCAL MAINTENANCE
The maintenance mode can also be initiated in local manner using the general menu, while the Control
Panel operates in normal mode. The specific option path for this is:
Main Menu -> Operating mode -> Start-up mode
After receiving ‘YES’ in reply to the confirmation message, the Control Panel performs an automatic reset
and commences operation in local maintenance mode.
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In this mode, the Control Panel initially displays the following screen.
-RR-RVRRAR-M-RRRRRVRRRRRVRRRARRR
RRRRRRVRRRARRRRRRRR----------------------------------------------------------------------Channel : 1
Equipment: 1
1..8: Channel
Type : <XXXXXXX>
Status: Not respond
Cursors: Equip Menu: End
The first four lines show a character for each possible piece of equipment detected in the channel (a total
of 125 equipment units).
The displayed character indicates the equipment status as follows:
‘-‘
‘R’
‘A’
‘V’
‘M’
A dash indicates that the associated equipment is not currently communicating.
The equipment is communicating correctly and in standby.
The equipment is communicating correctly and in an alarm condition.
The equipment is communicating correctly and in a fault condition.
More than one equipment unit has been detected at this address.
The following lines contain detailed information about the currently selected equipment:
Channel
Indicates the current channel number. The possible range is:
Control Panels AE/SA-C2: range [1..2]
Control Panels AE/SA-C8: range [1..8]
The actual channel selection is carried out using the numerical keys 1 to 8.
Equipment
Indicates the current equipment number. The possible range is [1..125].
The actual equipment selection is carried out using the four cursor keys.
Type
This is the commercial reference for the current equipment unit.
If no equipment at the current address has responded, then ‘<XXXXXXX>’ will be
displayed
Status
This is an expanded form of the last known status of the current equipment as indicated
by the previously described character. The possibilities are as follows: ‘Not respond,
‘Standby, ‘Alarm’, ‘Fault’ and ‘Multiple eqp’.
6 . 2 . 1 . INITIALISE.
Pressing the <Reset> key at any time will completely reinitialise the maintenance mode, displaying the
initial screen without any equipment information. As the line control cards detect the presence of the
individual equipment units, the corresponding information is displayed on screen.
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6 . 2 . 2 . TERMINATING MAINTENANCE MODE
The local maintenance mode must be terminating manually.
Pressing the <MENU> key will display a confirmation message and if this is then accepted using the
<YES> key, the Control Panel will automatically carry out a reset in order to initiate normal mode
operation.
6 . 3 . IMPORTANT NOTES
6 . 3 . 1 . “HOT-SWAPPING” EQUIPMENT
If the physical address of equipment belonging to the installation is “hot swapped”, then it is
recommended that at least the affected channel is reinitiated, or even the entire Control Panel.
In this way, all equipment information is completely reinitiated. If this is not carried out, then it is possible,
under certain circumstances, for the detection of multiple equipment unit units with the same address not
to operate correctly.
6 . 3 . 2 . NON-CONFIGURED CONTROL PANELS
The following situation could arise if the Control Panel being started up is not configured.
1.- Maintenance mode is initiated. It does not matter if this is local or remote.
2.- The equipment units existing in the channels is displayed normally.
3.- Maintenance mode is terminated. The Control Panels returns to normal mode operation and indicates
it is not configured.
4.- Maintenance mode is again initiated, but none or only some of the equipment units are displayed.
5.- This situation can be resolved by reinitiating the process in the Control Panel:
- Local mode: Press the <Reset> key
- Remote mode: Execute the ‘Reinitiate’ option from the Main Menu.
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