1X-F Series Operation Manual
1X-F Series Operation
Manual
P/N 501-415003-2-31 • REV 03.10 • ISS 13NOV13
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UTC Fire & Security B.V. Kelvinstraat 7, 6003 DH Weert,
Netherlands.
Version
This document applies to 1X-F Series control panels with software
version 2.0 or later.
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Content
Important information ii
Advisory messages ii
Limitation of liability ii
Introduction 1
Product range 1
Operating modes 1
Sounder and fire routing delays 2
Control panel overview 3
User interface for two- and four-zone control panels 3
User interface for eight-zone control panels 4
Operator controls and indicators 5
Audible indicators 9
Summary of status indications 9
Control panel operation 13
User levels 13
Public user level operation 13
Operator user level operation 16
Maintenance 22
Regulatory information 23
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Important information
Advisory messages
Advisory messages alert you to conditions or practices that can cause unwanted
results. The advisory messages used in this document are shown and described
below.
WARNING: Warning messages advise you of hazards that could result in injury
or loss of life. They tell you which actions to take or to avoid in order to prevent
the injury or loss of life.
Caution: Caution messages advise you of possible equipment damage. They tell
you which actions to take or to avoid in order to prevent the damage.
Note: Note messages advise you of the possible loss of time or effort. They
describe how to avoid the loss. Notes are also used to point out important
information that you should read.
Limitation of liability
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liable for any lost profits or business opportunities, loss of use, business
interruption, loss of data, or any other indirect, special, incidental, or
consequential damages under any theory of liability, whether based in contract,
tort, negligence, product liability, or otherwise. Because some jurisdictions do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental
damages the preceding limitation may not apply to you. In any event the total
liability of UTCFS shall not exceed the purchase price of the product. The
foregoing limitation will apply to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law,
regardless of whether UTCFS has been advised of the possibility of such
damages and regardless of whether any remedy fails of its essential purpose.
Installation in accordance with this manual, applicable codes, and the instructions
of the authority having jurisdiction is mandatory.
While every precaution has been taken during the preparation of this manual to
ensure the accuracy of its contents, UTCFS assumes no responsibility for errors
or omissions.
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Introduction
This is the operation manual for the 1X-F Series fire alarm control panels. Read
these instructions and all related documentation entirely before operating this
product.
Product range
The 1X-F Series includes the models shown below.
Table 1: 1X-F Series models
Model
Description
1X-F2
Two-zone fire alarm control panel
1X-F4
Four-zone fire alarm control panel with fire routing
1X-F8
Eight-zone fire alarm control panel with fire routing
Fire routing on the four- and eight-zone models is not available for all operating
modes. For more information, see “Sounder and fire routing delays” on page 2.
Operating modes
Supported operating modes are shown in the table below. The default operating
mode is EN 54-2.
Table 2: Operating modes
Operating mode
Region
EN 54-2 (default)
European Union
EN 54-2 Evacuation
European Union (Spain)
EN 54-2 Scandinavia
European Union (Scandinavia)
BS 5839-1
United Kingdom
NBN S 21-100
Belgium
NEN 2535
The Netherlands
The choice of operating mode used depends on your location and the specific
regional requirements of your fire alarm system.
As there is no visual indication of the active operating mode, your installation or
maintenance contractor should provide full details of your configuration.
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Sounder and fire routing delays
Sounder and fire routing delays are not available for all operating modes. See the
table below for delay availability for each operating mode.
Table 3: Sounder and fire routing delays
Operating mode
Sounder delay
Fire routing delay
Extended fire routing
delay
EN 54-2
Yes
Yes
Yes
EN 54-2 Evacuation
Yes
No
No
EN 54-2 Scandinavia
Yes
Yes
Yes
BS 5839-1
Yes
No
No
NBN S 21-100
Yes
Yes
(evacuation sounders) (warning sounders)
No
NEN 2535
No
Yes
Yes
Note: Fire routing is not available on any two-zone control panel.
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Control panel overview
This topic provides an introduction to the control panel interface, operator
controls, and indicators.
User interface for two- and four-zone control panels
Figure 1: User interface for two- and four-zone control panels
1. Zone buttons and LEDs (Z1, Z2, etc.)
12. Configuration controls
2. Supply LED
13. Reset button and LED
3. General Fault LED
14. Panel Silence button and LED
4. General Fire Alarm LEDs
15. Sounder Start/Stop button and LED [2]
5. Sounder Fault/Disable/Test button and LED 16. System Fault LED
6. Sounder Delay button and LED [2]
17. Out of Service LED
7. Networking Fault LED
18. Earth Fault LED
8. Service Detector LED [2]
19. Supply Fault LED
9. Expansion I/O Fault/Disabled LED
20. Fire Routing Delay button and LED [1][2]
10. General Disable button and LED
21. Fire Routing ON/ACK and
Fault/Disable/Test button and LEDs [1][2]
11. General Test button and LED
Notes
[1] Two-zone control panels do not include fire routing or warning sounders for NEN2535.
[2] Regional variants include changes to interface buttons and LEDs as shown in Table 4 on
page 4.
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User interface for eight-zone control panels
Figure 2: User interface for eight-zone control panels
1. Zone buttons and LEDs (Z1, Z2, etc.)
12. Configuration controls
2. Supply LED
13. Reset button and LED
3. General Fault LED
14. Panel Silence button and LED
4. General Fire Alarm LEDs
15. Sounder Start/Stop button and LED [2]
5. Sounder Fault/Disable/Test button and LED 16. System Fault LED
6. Sounder Delay button and LED [2]
17. Out of Service LED
7. Networking Fault LED
18. Earth Fault LED
8. Service Detector LED [2]
19. Supply Fault LED
9. Expansion I/O Fault/Disabled LED
20. Fire Routing Delay button and LED [1][2]
10. General Disable button and LED
21. Fire Routing ON/ACK and
Fault/Disable/Test button and LEDs [1][2]
11. General Test button and LED
Notes
[1] Two-zone control panels do not include fire routing or warning sounders for NEN2535.
[2] Regional variants include changes to interface buttons and LEDs as shown in Table 4 below
Table 4: Regional variants of interface buttons and LEDs
Item
EN 54
NEN 2535
NBN S 21-100
6
Sounder Delay
Fire Protection Fault/Disable/Test
Evacuation Sounder Delay
8
Service Detector
Fault Warning Fault/Disabled
Service Detector
15
Sounder Start/Stop
Sounder Start/Stop
Evacuation Start/Stop
20
Fire Routing Delay
Fire Routing Delay
Warning Sounder Delay
21
Fire Routing ON/ACK
Fire Routing ON/ACK
Warning Sounders Start/Stop
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Operator controls and indicators
The following table gives an overview of the control panel operator controls and
indicators. Item numbers refer to Figure 1 on page 3 and Figure 2 on page 4.
Operational features described here may not be available to all users. Further
information on control panel operation and access restrictions can be found in
the topic “Control panel operation” on page 13.
Table 5: Operator controls and LED indicators
Item
Control/LED
LED colour Description
1
Zone buttons and
LEDs
Red/Yellow
Disables or tests a zone (when pressed with the
General Disable or General Test button).
A red LED indicates an alarm in the
corresponding zone.
A flashing red LED indicates that the fire alarm
was activated by a detector. A steady red LED
indicates that the fire alarm was activated by a
manual call point.
A yellow LED indicates a fault, test, or
disablement in the corresponding zone.
A flashing yellow LED indicates a fault. A steady
yellow LED indicates that the zone is disabled or
is being tested.
2
Supply LED
Green
Indicates that the system is powered up correctly.
3
General Fault LED
Yellow
Indicates a fault. The corresponding zone, device,
or function fault LED also flashes.
4
General Fire Alarm
LEDs
Red
Indicates a fire alarm.
Flashing LEDs indicate that the fire alarm was
activated by a detector.
Steady LEDs indicate that the fire alarm was
activated by a manual call point.
The corresponding zone alarm LED indicates the
source of fire alarm.
5
Sounder
Fault/Disable/Test
button and LED
— or —
Evacuation
Fault/Disable/Test
button and LED for
NBN S 21-100)
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Yellow
Disables or tests sounders (when pressed with
the General Disable or General Test button).
A flashing LED indicates a fault with the sounders
or evacuation sounders. A steady LED indicates
that the sounders or evacuation sounders are
disabled or are being tested.
5
Item
Control/LED
LED colour Description
6
Sounder Delay
button and LED
Yellow
— or —
Evacuation Sounder
Delay for
NBN S 21-100
Enables or disables a previously configured
sounder or evacuation sounder delay. Cancels a
delay as it counts down and activates sounders or
evacuation sounders.
A steady LED indicates that a sounder or
evacuation sounder delay is configured and
enabled. A flashing LED indicates that a sounder
or evacuation sounder delay is counting
(sounders will be activated when the configured
delay elapses).
— or —
Fire Protection
Fault/Disable/Test
button and LED for
NEN 2535
7
Networking Fault
LED
The button has no function.
A flashing LED indicates a fault. A steady LED
indicates that the feature is disabled or is being
tested.
Yellow
The control panel is not connected to a fire
network if this LED is off.
A flashing LED every 10 seconds indicates the
control panel is connected to a fire network with
no faults.
A steady LED for 30 seconds indicates the control
panel is showing local information.
A continuous steady LED indicates the control
panel connection to the network has been
disabled.
A flashing LED indicates network faults.
8
Service Detector
LED
Yellow
Indicates a fault of detectors requiring service
(only for detectors supporting CleanMe
functionality).
The control panel will indicate the zone with the
detectors which need servicing by flashing the
yellow zone LED.
— or —
Fault Warning
Fault/Disabled LED
for NEN 2535
9
Expansion I/O
Fault/Disabled LED
A flashing LED indicates a wiring fault of the fault
warning output. A steady LED indicates that the
feature is disabled.
Yellow
Indicates that an installed expansion board has a
fault or is disabled.
A flashing LED indicates a fault with an expansion
board. A steady LED indicates that an expansion
board is disabled.
10
General Disable
button and LED
Yellow
Disables a zone, sounders, fire routing, fire
protection and fault warning (NEN 2535 only), or
expansion I/O boards (when pressed with the
corresponding button).
A steady General Disable LED and the
corresponding zone, sounders, or fire routing
Fault/Disable/Test LED indicates a disablement.
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Item
Control/LED
LED colour Description
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General Test button
and LED
Yellow
Tests a zone, sounders, fire protection (NEN
2535 only) or fire routing (when pressed with the
corresponding button).
A steady General Test LED and the
corresponding zone, sounders, or fire routing
Fault/Disable/Test LED indicates a test.
12
Numeric keypad
and Enter button
N/A
Used to enter the operator user level password.
The Enter button is also used to disable or test
selected features (when pressed with the General
Disable or Test button).
For control panels in a network with repeater
functionality, the Enter button is used to show
control panel local events.
13
Reset button
Yellow
Resets the control panel and clears all current
system events (except expansion I/O board fault
communication).
A steady LED indicates that operator user level is
active (see “User levels” on page 13).
14
Panel Silence
button and LED
Yellow
Silences the control panel buzzer and
acknowledges all current events.
A steady LED indicates that all current events
were acknowledged.
15
Sounder Start/Stop
button and LED
Red
The LED indicates what happens when the button
is pressed:
If the LED is on (flashing or steady), pressing the
button silences the fire sounders.
If the LED is off, pressing the button activates the
sounders (if the control panel status and
operating mode allow manual activation of
sounders).
The LED also indicates the status of the
sounders:
•
•
•
Steady indicates that sounders are active (or
will be activated shortly)
Flashing indicates that a delay is counting
(sounders are activated when the configured
delay elapses or when the delay is cancelled)
Off indicates that the sounders are off (or will
be deactivated shortly)
Notes
To prevent the immediate silencing of sounders
when an alarm is first reported, the Sounders
Start/Stop button may be temporarily prevented
when a configured fire sounder delay is counting
down.
Depending on the size of your installation, the
processing of commands to start or stop
sounders may take a few seconds to travel
through the system. For example, the LED may
be steady before the sounders are audible.
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Item
Control/LED
LED colour Description
— or —
Activates or deactivates evacuation sounders.
Evacuation
Start/Stop button
and LED for
NBN S 21-100
A steady LED indicates that evacuation sounders
are active.
16
System Fault LED
Yellow
Indicates a control panel processor failure.
17
Out of Service LED
Yellow
Indicates that control panel power supply
conditions put fire detection zones and inputs out
of service.
Other system functions remain operational
(including networking and output activation).
A steady yellow LED indicates that there is no
mains power and the battery power is insufficient.
A flashing yellow LED indicates that the mains
power is insufficient and there is no battery
power.
18
Earth Fault LED
Yellow
Indicates an earth isolation fault.
19
Supply Fault LED
Yellow
Indicates a fault with the power supply.
A flashing LED indicates a battery or battery fuse
fault. A steady LED indicates a mains or mains
fuse fault.
20
Fire Routing Delay
button and LED
Yellow
— or —
Warning Sounder
Delay for
NBN S 21-100
21
Fire Routing
ON/ACK button and
LED
Enables or disables a previously configured fire
routing or warning sounders delay. (For warning
sounders, this cancels a delay as it counts down
and activates sounders.)
A steady LED indicates that a fire routing or
warning sounders delay is configured and
enabled. A flashing LED indicates that a fire
routing or warning sounders delay is counting (fire
routing will be activated when the configured
delay elapses).
Red
Cancels a previously configured delay and
activates fire routing.
A flashing LED indicates that fire routing has
been activated. A steady LED indicates that the
fire routing signal has been acknowledged by the
remote monitoring equipment.
— or —
Warning Start/Stop
button and LED for
NBN S 21-100
22
Fire Routing
Fault/Disable/Test
button and LED
— or —
Warning
Fault/Disable/Test
button and LED for
NBN S 21-100
8
Activates or deactivates warning sounders.
A steady LED indicates that warning sounders
are active.
Yellow
Indicates that fire routing is in a fault condition, is
disabled, or is being tested.
A flashing LED indicates a fault. A steady LED
indicates that the function is disabled or is being
tested.
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Audible indicators
The control panel buzzer acts as an audible indicator to highlight system events.
It can sound a continuous tone or an intermittent tone.
Table 6: Audible indications
Indication
Description
The control panel buzzer sounds
continuously
Indicates a fire alarm or a system fault
The control panel buzzer sounds
intermittently
Indicates all other faults
Summary of status indications
This section includes a summary of the default control panel status indications.
Standby (normal status)
Standby, or normal status, is indicated as follows:
•
Supply LED: On steady.
•
Sounder or Evacuation Delay LED: On steady if a sounder or evacuation
delay was enabled.
•
Fire Routing or Warning Delay LED: On steady if a fire routing or warning
delay was enabled.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Fire alarm
Fire alarm status is indicated as follows:
•
General Fire Alarm LEDs: Flashing if the alarm was activated by a detector.
Steady if the alarm was activated by a manual call point.
•
Zone LED: Flashing red if the alarm was activated by a detector. Steady red if
the alarm was activated by a manual call point. Shows which zones are in
alarm.
•
Sounder Delay LED: On steady if a sounder delay was enabled. Flashing
while the delay is active (counting down). On steady when the sounders are
active (sounding).
•
Fire Routing Delay LED: Flashing slow when a fire routing delay is active
(counting). Flashing fast when an extended fire routing delay is active
(counting).
•
Fire Routing ON/ACKd LED: Flashing when fire routing is activated. On
steady when the fire routing signal has been acknowledged by the remote
monitoring equipment.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding continuous.
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Alarms activated by a manual call point always take priority over alarms activated
by a detector. If an alarm is activated by both devices, the Fire Alarm LEDs and
Zone alarm (red) LEDs are on steady.
For NBN S 21-100 operation, additional indicators are:
•
Evacuation Delay LED: On steady if an evacuation delay was enabled.
Flashing while the delay is active. On steady when evacuation sounders are
active (sounding).
•
Warning Delay LED: Flashing slow when a warning sounders delay is active
(counting).
•
Warning Start/Stop LED: On steady when sounders are active (sounding).
Evacuation
This function is available only for EN 54-2 evacuation and NBN S 21-100
operation.
In evacuation status, the panel activates the sounders without detection of a
zone alarm. The status is indicated as shown below.
For EN 54-2 evacuation and NBN S 21-100 operation:
•
General Fire Alarm LEDs: On steady.
•
Sounders: Active (sounding).
•
Sounder Start/Stop LED: On steady.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding continuous.
For NBN S 21-100 operation, additional indicators are:
•
Evacuation Start/Stop LED: On steady when the evacuation sounders are
active (sounding).
•
Warning Start/Stop LED: On steady when warning sounders are active
(sounding).
Fault
General fault indication:
•
General Fault LED: Flashing.
•
Corresponding zone, function, or device LED: Flashing yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding intermittent.
Mains power fault and mains fuse fault indication:
•
General Fault LED: Flashing.
•
Supply Fault LED: On steady.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding intermittent.
Battery power and battery fuse fault indication:
•
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General Fault LED: Flashing.
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Supply Fault LED: Flashing.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding intermittent.
Earth fault indication
•
General Fault LED: Flashing.
•
Earth Fault LED: On steady.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding intermittent.
Note: Contact your installation or maintenance contractor to investigate the
cause of all reported faults.
Disablements
Disabled zones are indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Corresponding Zone LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Disabled sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100) are indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Sounder LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Disabled fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100) is indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Fire Routing LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Disabled expansion boards are indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
I/O LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Disabled fire protection is indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Fire Protection LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Disabled fault warning is indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Fault Warning LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
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Tests
A zone test is indicated as follows:
•
General Test LED: On steady.
•
Corresponding Zone LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
A sounder test (or evacuation test for NBN S 21-100) is indicated as follows:
•
General Test LED: On steady.
•
Sounder LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
A fire routing test (or warning test for NBN S 21-100) is indicated as follows:
•
General Test LED: On steady.
•
Fire Routing On/Ack LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
A fire protection test is indicated as follows (NEN 2535 only):
•
General Test LED: On steady.
•
Fire Protection LED: On steady yellow.
•
Control panel buzzer: Off.
Out of service
The control panel is out of service when there is insufficient or no mains or
battery power. Zone and input detection does not operate, but the rest of the
system is operational. In this state, the control panel may receive network events
which activate its outputs.
Out of service is indicated as follows:
•
Out of Service LED: On steady.
•
Supply Fault LED: Flashing if there is no mains power and the battery voltage
is insufficient. On steady if the mains power is insufficient and no battery
power is detected.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding intermittent.
When power is re-established the control panel returns to its former status.
Note: When the control panel indicates out of service, your fire alarm system is
partly inactive and your site is not properly protected. Contact your installation or
maintenance contractor immediately to investigate the problem.
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Control panel operation
User levels
For your safety, access to some features of this product are restricted by user
levels. The access privileges of each user level are described below.
Public user
The public user level is the default user level.
This level allows basic operational tasks to respond to fire alarms and/or faults at
the control panel. No password is required.
See “Public user level operation” below for more information.
Operator user
The operator user level allows additional operating tasks that command the
system or perform maintenance actions. It is reserved for authorized users who
have been trained to operate the control panel.
The default password for the operator/maintenance user is 2222.
See “Operator user level operation” on page 16 for more information.
This is a restricted user level protected by password security. To enter the
operator user level, enter the corresponding password using the numeric keypad,
and then press Enter.
A long beep and a steady Reset LED indicate that the correct password was
entered and that the operator user level is active. Three short beeps
accompanied by a flashing General Fault LED indicate that an incorrect
password was entered.
The control panel automatically exits the operator user level and reverts to the
public user level after 5 minutes if no button is pressed.
Note: The control panel is available with an access key option. The key switch is
located on the panel cover. With this option, either the key or the password can
be used to enter the operator user level.
Public user level operation
Public user level operations are those that can be performed by any user. No
password is required to perform tasks at this level.
Public user level operation lets you:
•
Acknowledge a system event and silence the control panel buzzer
•
Cancel an active sounder (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100) delay
•
Cancel an active fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100) delay
•
Perform a control panel LED and buzzer test
•
Display local indications only (for control panels with repeater functionality)
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Acknowledging a system event and silencing the control panel buzzer
To acknowledge a system event and silence the control panel buzzer, press the
Panel Silence button.
A steady Panel Silence LED indicates that the buzzer was silenced and that all
current events are acknowledged.
Cancelling an active sounder delay (or evacuation delay for NBN S 21-100)
If a sounder delay (or evacuation delay for NBN S 21-100) is enabled and active,
press the Sounder Delay button (or Evacuation Delay button for NBN S 21-100)
to cancel the delay and activate sounders immediately.
Sounders (for EN 54-2 evacuation) and evacuation (for NBN S 21-100) can
cancel the delay and activate sounders immediately by pressing the Sounder
Start/Stop button (or evacuation Start/Stop button for NBN S 21-100).
A sounder delay (or evacuation delay for NBN S 21-100) is indicated as follows:
•
Steady Sounder Delay LED (or Evacuation Delay LED for NBN S 21-100): A
delay is enabled.
•
Flashing Sounder Delay LED (or Evacuation Delay LED for NBN S 21-100)
during a fire alarm: A configured delay is active (sounders are activated when
the configured delay elapses or when the delay is cancelled).
A fire alarm activated by a manual call point overrides any configured delay and
activates sounders immediately.
Cancelling an active fire routing delay (or warning delay for NBN S 21-100)
If a fire routing delay (or warning delay for NBN S 21-100) is enabled and active,
press the Fire Routing ON button (or Warning Start/Stop button for
NBN S 21-100) or the Fire Routing Delay button (or Warning Delay button for
NBN S 21-100) to cancel the delay and activate fire routing (or warning for
NBN S 21-100) immediately.
A fire routing delay (or warning delay for NBN S 21-100) is indicated as follows:
•
Steady Fire Routing Delay LED (or Warning Delay LED for NBN S 21-100): A
delay is enabled.
•
Flashing Fire Routing Delay LED (or Warning Delay LED for NBN S 21-100)
during a fire alarm: A configured delay is active. Fire routing (or warning for
NBN S 21-100) is activated when the configured delay elapses or when the
delay is cancelled.
A fire alarm activated by a manual call point overrides any configured delay and
activates fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100) immediately.
Performing a control panel LED indicator and control panel buzzer test
To perform a control panel LED indicator and buzzer test, press and hold the
Test button for more than 3 seconds.
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The test is indicated as follows:
•
General Fault LED: Flashing.
•
System Fault LED: Flashing.
•
All other LEDs: On steady.
•
Control panel buzzer: Sounding continuous.
The test continues as long as the Test button remains pressed (with an
automatic timeout of 12 seconds). When the test is completed the control panel
returns to its former state.
Note: Devices connected to the control panel fault relay will also be activated for
the duration of this test.
Displaying local indications only
For control panels connected in a fire network and with repeater functionality, an
indication is activated if any control panel in the network being repeated has the
feature activated. For zone indications which are global in the fire network, it is
not required to repeat other control panels to show their zone indications.
Therefore all control panels display the local and remote information. If you need
to show only local status in a control panel:
•
Press the Enter button for at least 3 seconds.
•
A steady Networking Fault LED indicates network remote indications are
disabled momentarily.
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Only local information is shown for 30 seconds. After this time, the
Networking Fault LED turns off and the control panel shows global (local and
remote) information according to its configuration.
Example 1
If you have a 16-zone conventional system with two 8-zone conventional control
panels where both panels repeat each other, and you need to identify which
panel has a supply fault you should press Enter for 3 seconds. The control panel
without the supply fault will turn off the supply fault indication.
Example 2
If you have a 16-zone conventional system with two 8-zone conventional control
panels which are not repeating each other, then one panel has a zone range of 1
to 8 and the other panel has a zone range of 8 to 15. Sharing zone 8 will allow
activating outputs of one control panel with events of zone 8 in the other panel.
If there is a defective device causing false alarms in zone 8 of panel 1, you can
disable it and keep some detection active (zone 8 of panel 2 operational). The
zone 8 yellow LED will activate in both panels. Afterwards, an alarm in zone 8 of
panel 2 will cause both panels to activate and the zone 8 red and yellow LEDs in
both panels will be active.
Pushing Enter for 3 seconds in panel 1 will cause the red LED indication of zone
8 to disappear, indicating that the control panel has zone 8 disabled. At this point,
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you will know the alarm is from zone 8 of panel 2. You can confirm this by
pushing Enter for 3 seconds in panel 2. In this case, the yellow LED indication
disappears.
Operator user level operation
The operator user level is protected by password security and is reserved for
authorized users who have been trained to operate the control panel for control
and maintenance purposes. The default operator user password is 2222.
Those tasks included in the topic “Public user level operation” on page 13 are
also available at the operator user level.
This user level lets you:
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Reset the control panel
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Stop or restart sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100)
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Silence sounders before activation
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Start sounders in evacuation mode of operation
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Enable or disable a configured sounder delay (or evacuation delay for
NBN S 21-100)
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Enable or disable a configured fire routing delay (or warning delay for
NBN S 21-100)
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Enable or disable a configured extended fire routing delay
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Test a zone
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Disable or enable a zone
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Test sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100)
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Disable or enable sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100)
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Test fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100)
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Disable or enable fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100)
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Disable or enable other features (all expansion boards, fire protection and
fault warning outputs)
Resetting the control panel
Note: Investigate all alarms and system faults before resetting the control panel.
To reset the control panel and clear all current system events, press the Reset
button. System events that have not been resolved continue to be highlighted
when the reset process ends.
Stopping or restarting sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100)
To stop the sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100), press the Sounder
Start/Stop button (or Evacuation Start/Stop button for NBN S 21-100). To restart
stopped sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100), press the button again.
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A steady Sounder Start/Stop LED indicates that the sounders are active
(sounding).
Silencing sounders before activation (sounders silence disable time)
A flashing Sounder Start/Stop LED indicates that a configured sounder delay is
counting down and that sounders can be silenced (before activation) by pressing
the Sounder Start/Stop button. (Not available for NBN S 21-100.)
To prevent the immediate silencing of sounders when an alarm is first reported,
the Sounders Start/Stop button may be temporarily disabled for a preconfigured
period of time (1 minute default) when a configured sounder delay is counting
down.
The disable time starts to count down when the control panel enters alarm status
and the configured sounder delay starts.
During the configured disable time the Sounders Start/Stop LED is off, and the
sounders cannot be silenced (before activation) by pressing the Sounders
Start/Stop button.
During the time between the end of the configured disable time and the end of
the configured sounder delay (when the Sounders Start/Stop LED is flashing),
pressing the Sounders Start/Stop button silences sounders (before activation).
A configured sounder delay may still be cancelled while the delay is running (and
sounders activated) by pressing the Sounders Delay button.
Starting sounders in evacuation mode
If the control panel has been configured in EN 54-2 evacuation mode, sounders
can be started without a fire alarm by pressing the Sounders Start/Stop button.
If the control panel has been configured in NBN S 21-100, evacuation sounders
can be started without a fire alarm by pressing the Evacuation Start/Stop button.
Sounder functionality is subject to previous configuration and, depending on what
your installation or maintenance contractor has selected, silenced sounders may
restart automatically if another alarm event is detected. Contact your installation
or maintenance contractor to confirm all configuration details for your site.
Note: Sounders are always restarted when the control panel detects a manual
alarm and it was in automatic alarm state.
Enabling or disabling a configured sounder delay (or evacuation delay for
NBN S 21-100)
To enable a configured sounder delay (or evacuation delay for NBN S 21-100),
press the Sounder Delay button (or the Evacuation Delay button for
NBN S 21-100). To disable the delay, press the button again.
Note: Availability of this feature is subject to configuration and its functionality
may vary for each zone. Contact your fire system installation or maintenance
contractor to confirm your configuration details.
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Enabling or disabling a configured fire routing delay (or warning delay for
NBN S 21-100)
To enable a configured fire routing delay (or warning delay for NBN S 21-100),
press the Fire Routing Delay button (or the Warning Delay button for
NBN S 21-100). To disable the delay, press the button again.
Note: Availability of this feature is subject to configuration and its functionality
may vary for each zone. Contact your fire system installation or maintenance
contractor to confirm your configuration details.
Enabling or disabling a configured extended fire routing delay
If configured, the extended fire routing delay is enabled or disabled at the same
time as the standard fire routing delay.
In NEN 2535 operating mode, the extended fire routing delay becomes the active
delay when sounders are stopped (by pressing the Sounder Start/Stop button)
and remain stopped when the standard fire routing delay time has elapsed.
In EN 54-2 Scandinavia operating modes, the extended fire routing delay
becomes the active delay when an extended fire routing delay switch is activated
while the standard fire routing delay elapses. (This delay option is also available
for EN 54-2 and NEN 2535 operating modes if configured during installation.
Contact your fire system installation or maintenance contractor to confirm your
configuration details.)
Testing a zone
To test a zone, press the General Test button, and then press the corresponding
zone button. The maximum number of zones that may be tested at the same
time is four.
A zone in test is indicated as follows:
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General Test LED: On steady.
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Zone LED: On steady yellow.
When an alarm is activated in a zone in test:
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Zone alarm LEDs are steady or flashing, depending on the source of the
alarm.
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Fire routing and other zone-dependent functions are not activated.
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Unless configured otherwise, the sounders are activated for 5 seconds and
the Sounder Start/Stop LED is steady (optional).
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Unless configured otherwise, the control panel buzzer sounds continuously
(see note).
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The control panel will reset automatically after 5 seconds and clear alarms for
the zone in test.
To end the test, press the Test button, and then press the Zone button again.
If there is a fire alarm in another zone not in test, the control panel responds to
the alarm event as configured.
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Note: The control panel buzzer and sounders may be configured not to sound
when an alarm is activated in a zone being tested. Contact your fire system
installation or maintenance contractor to confirm your configuration details.
Disabling or enabling a zone
To disable a zone, press the General Disable button, and then press the
corresponding Zone button.
A disabled zone is indicated as follows:
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General Disable LED: On steady.
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Zone LED: On steady yellow.
To enable the zone, press the General Disable button, and then press the Zone
button again. If a disabled zone contains a device in alarm, the zone will not be
enabled until the control panel is reset.
Note: No fire alarm or faults are indicated for disabled zones.
Testing sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100)
To test sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100), press the General Test
button, and then press the Sounder Fault/Disable/Test button (or Evacuation
Fault/Disable/Test button for NBN S 21-100).
Sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100) can only be tested when the control
panel is in standby state.
The test is indicated as follows:
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General Test LED: On steady.
•
Sounder Fault/Disable/Test LED (or Evacuation Fault/Disable/Test LED for
NBN S 21-100): On steady.
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The sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100) emit the audible test signal
(3 seconds on, 5 seconds off) for the duration of the test, without any
configured delay.
To end the test, press the General Test button, and then press the Sounder
Fault/Disable/Test button (or Evacuation Fault/Disable/Test button for
NBN S 21-100) again.
If there is a fire alarm the fire panel will exits the test and responds to the alarm
as configured.
Disabling sounders or enabling sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100)
To disable sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100), press the General
Disable button, and then press the Sounder Fault/Disable/Test button (or
Evacuation Fault/Disable/Test button for NBN S 21-100). Sounders (or
evacuation for NBN S 21-100) can only be disabled when the control panel is in
standby.
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Disabled sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100) are indicated as follows
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Sounder Fault/Disable/Test LED (or Evacuation Fault/Disable/Test LED for
NBN S 21-100): On steady.
To enable the sounders, press the General Disable button, and then press the
Sounder Fault/Disable/Test button (or Evacuation Fault/Disable/Test button for
NBN S 21-100) again.
Note: Disabled sounders (or evacuation for NBN S 21-100) do not indicate a
fault or operate if there is a fire alarm.
Testing fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100)
Note: Always notify the fire brigade of any planned fire routing tests.
To test fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100), press the General Test button,
and then press the Fire Routing ON/ACK button (or Warning Start/Stop button for
NBN S 21-100).
The test is indicated as follows:
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General Test LED: On steady.
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Fire Routing On/Ack LED (or Warning Start/Stop LED for NBN S 21-100): On
steady yellow.
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Fire Routing On/Ack LED: Flashing red.
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Sounders: Test signal (3 seconds on, 5 seconds off)
To end the test, press the General Test button, and then press the Fire Routing
On/Ack button (or Warning Start/Stop button for NBN S 21-100) again.
If there is a fire alarm the fire panel will exit the test and respond to the alarm as
configured.
Disabling or enabling fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100)
To disable fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100), press the General Disable
button, and then press the Fire Routing On/Ack button (or Warning Start/Stop
button for NBN S 21-100).
Disabled fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100) is indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Fire Routing On/Ack LED (or Warning Start/Stop LED for NBN S 21-100): On
steady yellow.
To enable fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100), press the General Disable
button, and then press the Fire Routing ON/ACK button (or Warning Start/Stop
button for NBN S 21-100) again.
Note: Disabled fire routing (or warning for NBN S 21-100) does not operate or
indicate a fault if there is a fire alarm.
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Disabling or enabling other features
The following may also be disabled:
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All installed expansion boards
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Fire protection output (NEN 2535 mode only)
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Fault warning output (NEN 2535 mode only)
To disable any of these options, press the General Disable button for more than
3 seconds, press the 1 and 3 buttons to select the option to be disabled (the
corresponding LED flashes), and then press Enter to confirm the disablement.
Disablement is indicated as follows:
•
General Disable LED: On steady.
•
Corresponding LED: On steady yellow.
To enable a disabled option, press the General Disable button for more than 3
seconds, press the 1 and 3 buttons to select the option to be enabled, and then
press Enter.
Note: Disabled expansion boards will not operate or indicate a fault if there is a
fire alarm.
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Maintenance
Perform the following maintenance tasks to ensure that your fire alarm system
works correctly and complies with all required European regulations.
Note: Before performing any tests, ensure that fire routing (if configured) is
disabled or that the fire brigade has been notified.
Quarterly maintenance
Contact your installation or maintenance contractor to perform a quarterly
inspection of the fire alarm system.
This inspection must test at least one device per zone and verify that the control
panel responds to all fault and alarm events. The control panel power supply and
battery voltage should be checked.
Annual maintenance
Contact your installation or maintenance contractor to carry out an annual
inspection of the fire alarm system.
This inspection must test all system devices and verify that the control panel
responds to all fault and alarm events. All electrical connections must be visually
inspected to make sure that they are securely fastened, that they have not been
damaged, and that they are appropriately protected.
Cleaning
Keep the outside and inside of the control panel clean. Carry out periodic
cleaning using a damp cloth for the outside. Do not use products containing
solvents to clean the unit. Do not clean the inside of the cabinet with liquid
products.
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Regulatory information
European standards for fire control and indicating equipment
These control panels have been designed in accordance with European EN 54-2,
EN 54-4, BS 5839-1, NBN S 21-100, and NEN 2535 standards.
In addition, all models comply with the following EN 54-2 optional requirements:
Table 7: EN 54-2 optional requirements
Option
Description
7.8
Output to fire alarm devices
Note: Inputs and outputs on the optional 2010-1-SB expansion I/O board do not
support the optional requirement of EN 54-2 clause 7.8 and should not be used for
fire alarm devices.
7.9.1
Output to fire alarm routing equipment [1]
7.9.2
Alarm confirmation input from fire alarm routing equipment [1]
7.10
Output to fire protection equipment (type A) [2]
7.11
Delays to outputs
7.13
Alarm counter [3]
8.4
Total loss of the power supply
8.9
Output to fault warning routing equipment [2]
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Test condition
[1] Excluding two-zone models.
[2] NEN 2535 operating mode only.
[3] Dutch models only.
EN 54-13 European compatibility assessment of system components
These control panels form part of a certified system as described by EN 54-13
when installed and configured for EN 54-13 operation as described by the
manufacturer in the corresponding installation documentation.
Contact your installation or maintenance contractor to determine if your fire
system is compliant with this standard.
European standards for electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility
These control panels have been designed in accordance with the following
European standards for electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility:
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EN 60950-1
EN 50130-4
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
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European regulations for construction products
This section includes both regulatory information and a summary on the declared
performance according to the Construction Products Regulation 305/2011. For
detailed information refer to the product Declaration of Performance (DoP).
Certification
Certification body
0832
Manufacturer
UTC CCS Manufacturing Polska Sp. Z o.o.
Ul. Kolejowa 24. 39-100 Ropczyce, Poland
Authorized EU manufacturing representative:
UTC Fire & Security B.V., Kelvinstraat 7,6003 DH Weert,
The Netherlands
Year of first CE marking
09
Declaration of Performance
number
1X-F2, 1X-F2-SC
360-3100-0599
1X-F4, 1X-F4-NL, 1X-F4-SC 360-3100-0699
1X-F8, 1X-F8-NL, 1X-F8-SC 360-3100-0899
Product identification
See model number on product identification label
Intended use
See DoP point 3
Essential characteristics
See DoP point 9
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