EFP1 Single Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel

EFP1 Single Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel
EFP1 Single Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel (Part No. FF380-2)
Installation Instructions
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST ONLY BE INSTALLED AND MAINTAINED BY A SUITABLY SKILLED AND TECHNICALLY
COMPETENT PERSON. THIS EQUIPMENT IS A PIECE OF CLASS 1 EQUIPMENT AND MUST BE EARTHED.
DO NOT CHANGE ANY PANEL CONNECTIONS WITH THE PANEL’S POWER APPLIED (MAINS OR BATTERY POWER).
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
All cables must be installed in accordance with all applicable national, regional or local standards. In the UK this is BS 7671 IEE
Wiring Regulations and BS 5839-1, Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings: Code of practice for system design, installation
and maintenance. Fire resistant, screened cable should be used throughout the installation and Mains wiring should be
segregated from extra low voltage field wiring.
Fig 2
For PERMANENTLY CONNECTED equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device shall
be incorporated external to the equipment.
The general requirement for the Mains supply to the panel is fixed wiring, using 3 core
cable, (no less than 1mm2 and no more than 2.5mm2), or a suitable three conductor
system fed from an isolating switched fused spur, fused at 3A. The Mains supply must
be exclusive to the panel.
Fig 1
HINT. As an alternative to a switched
fused spur, a double pole isolating
3A
device (B) may be used in the Mains
feed from the Main Distribution
A
C
Board (A) to the panel (C), providing
B
it meets the appropriate wiring
≥ 1.0mm2 < 2.5mm2
regulations – see Fig 1.
B
Mains cable
L(LIVE), N(NEUTRAL),
PANEL ZONE
TERMINALS
PANEL ZONE
TERMINALS
DETECTOR
-
CPR
-
PANEL SOUNDER
TERMINALS
Remove EOLR from
terminal block and
fit to last detector.
B
Fig 3
space for batteries
(bottom of back box)
Fig 4
12V Battery
–
Black
Wire
(supplied)
Connections
to Panel
OR
Red
Wire
+
Black
Wire
Shorting Link
(supplied)
–
+
12V Battery
Red
Wire
(supplied)
12V Battery
–
12V Battery
1
2
3
4
DO NOT SPUR CIRCUIT NOT MONITORED!
+
Remove EOLR from
terminal block(s) and
fit to last sounder.
SOUNDERS
+
EOLR
+
+
+
EOLR
+
SOUNDERS
CALL POINT
CPR
B
A
A = Mounting Holes, B = Cable Knockouts
DETECTOR
CALL POINT
(EARTH)
Power Rating
EOLR
TYPICAL ZONE CIRCUIT - With mixed order call points and detectors
- Detector bases fitted with continuity diodes and negative connection linked out.
+
A
TYPICAL SOUNDER CIRCUITS
Only use polarised sounders!
DETECTOR
+
DO NOT SPUR CIRCUIT NOT MONITORED!
B
Fig 5
CPR
CPR
B
–
-
B
B
+
CALL POINT DETECTOR
B
+
CALL POINT
B
A
• Remove the panel’s lid (disconnect attached loom connector).
• Fit the panel’s back box securely to a wall using the mounting holes provided and
suitable screw fixings. Remove required number of knockouts and fill holes with good
quality cable glands – see Fig 2.
• Gland field cables and terminate all screens to the panel.
CAUTION: DO NOT use an insulation tester (Megger) with any electronic devices
connected as the test voltage will totally destroy the devices.
• Test field cables and ensure they are fault-free, i.e. check continuity of cable runs
(including screens).
• Connect external Mains cable to the panel’s fused Mains terminal block (with Mains
isolated) – see Fig 2.
CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Also, if the battery leads are connected in reverse, the battery fuse (F3) will blow
which may damage the panel and invalidate the warranty.
• Position and connect the panel’s two internal 12V sealed lead acid batteries (with
battery supply isolated) – see Fig 3 & Fig 4.
• Connect zone circuit to the panel – see Fig 5.
• Connect sounder circuits to the panel – see Fig 5.
• Connect ancillary connections to the panel.
• Refit the panel’s lid (re-connect loom connector).
• Apply Mains and battery supply to power up the panel.
• The panel should be in normal mode. If not, investigate and rectify any faults
indicated on the panel.
• Finally, test the panel – see pages 2 & 3.
TYPICAL ZONE CIRCUIT - Call points wired before detectors
- Detector base diodes not needed.
B
+
+
DO NOT make off
more than 2 circuits
in the panel
BF378 or
BF378M
EOLR = End of Line Resistor (6k8Ω, 0.25W) - supplied
+
ELECTRONIC MONITORING UNIT (EMU)
CPR = Call Point Resistor (470 - 680Ω, 0.5W) - supplied with call point
EMU PANEL MODULE
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TESTING THE PANEL
When testing the panel with the panel lid open, always isolate the Mains and disconnect the batteries. The panel
can be tested before connecting field wiring. If testing before installation, ensure the end-of-line resistors are
fitted in the panel’s sounder and detector terminal blocks.
Position and connect two suitable 12V batteries in the panel as shown in Fig 3 and Fig 4 (page 1). When the
batteries are connected, the BATTERY/POWER SUPPLY FAULT indicator will light and the warning beeper will sound.
Connect the Mains wiring and turn the Mains supply on. The MAINS ON indicator will light, the BATTERY/POWER
SUPPLY FAULT indicator will go out and the warning beeper will silence (providing the batteries are not flat).
WITH THE KEYSWITCH AT NORMAL POSITION
The MAINS ON indicator is lit. No other indicators are lit. No sounders are active. The pushbuttons are inoperative.
TURN THE KEYSWITCH TO ARM CONTROLS POSITION
Note: None of the panel’s pushbuttons are operative unless the keyswitch is in the ARM CONTROLS position.
Press RESET. The ZONE FAULT and internal OPEN CIRCUIT FAULT indicators will light and the warning beeper will
sound. The MAINS ON indicator will remain lit. All the other indicators will NOT light. Release the pushbutton and
the panel will return to normal.
TEST THE POWER SUPPLY MONITORING CIRCUIT
Switch off the Mains. The BATTERY/POWER SUPPLY FAULT indicator will light, the MAINS ON indicator will
extinguish, and the warning beeper will sound. Press SILENCE ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS and the warning beeper
will silence but the BATTERY/POWER SUPPLY FAULT indicator will remain lit. Reconnect the Mains and after a short
time the panel will revert to normal.
Disconnect the battery. The BATTERY/POWER SUPPLY FAULT indicator will light and the warning beeper will
sound. Reconnect the battery and after a short time the panel will revert to normal (i.e. only the MAINS ON
indicator light on). Note: This test should be carried out with a set of new and fully charged batteries –
deteriorated cells will show a fault even when connected and charged up.
TEST THE SOUNDER MONITORING CIRCUITS
DO NOT carry out this test with the ZONE FIRE indicator lit as sounder fuses F1 & F2 could blow. Ensure the end-ofline resistor is connected across each of the sounder circuits on terminals 1 & 2, 3 & 4. Short the sounder terminals
1 & 2. The SOUNDER FAULT indicator will light and the warning beeper will sound.
Press SILENCE ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS and the warning beeper will silence but the SOUNDER FAULT indicator
will stay on. Remove the short and the panel will revert to normal. Open circuit the sounder terminals 3 & 4 by
disconnecting one leg of the end-of-line resistor. The SOUNDER FAULT indicator will light and the warning beeper
will sound. Press SILENCE ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS and the warning beeper will silence but the SOUNDER FAULT
indicator will stay on. Remake the circuit and the panel will revert to normal.
TEST THE DETECTOR MONITORING CIRCUIT
Make sure an end-of-line device (EOLD) is connected across the zone circuit terminals 5 & 6. The EOLD would
either be a Resistor or Electronic Monitoring Unit (EMU) and associated Panel Module depending on the
installation. Refer to Fig 5 (page 1) & EMU instructions for connections.
The following four conditions can exist on the detector monitoring circuit:
1. Normal Condition: Current flows round the detector loop via the EOLD to monitor the wiring.
2. Open Circuit Fault: The wiring is broken at some point and the monitoring current cannot flow through the EOLD.
3. Short Circuit Fault: A short circuit exists at some point and too much monitoring current flows.
4. Fire Condition: A partial short exists and the monitoring current increases but not enough to show a short circuit
fault. Most smoke detectors make a partial short when they are triggered but manual call points and other
normally open switches need to have 470 or 680Ω resistors connected in series in order to give a partial short.
(Check - Resistor may be built into the Call Point - see Fig 5, page 1.)
OPEN CIRCUIT FAULT TEST
Open circuit the zone circuit terminals 5 & 6 by disconnecting one wire of the EOLD. The ZONE FAULT indicator
and internal OPEN CIRCUIT FAULT indicator will light. The warning beeper will also sound. Press SILENCE
ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS and the warning beeper will silence but the indicators will stay on. Reconnect the EOLD
and the panel will revert to normal.
SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT TEST
Short circuit the zone circuit terminals 5 & 6. The ZONE FAULT indicator and internal SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT
indicator will light. The warning beeper will also sound. Press SILENCE ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS and the warning
beeper will silence but the indicators will stay on. Remove the short and the panel will revert to normal.
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FIRE CONDITION
Simulate a Fire condition by connecting and activating a Manual Call Point, or by fitting a 470 to 680Ω resistor
across terminals 5 & 6. The sounder outputs will operate. The ZONE FIRE indicator will light and the warning
beeper will sound. Press SILENCE ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS. The sounder outputs will return to normal but the
ZONE FIRE indicator will still be lit and the warning beeper will still sound. Press RESET and the panel will go back
into alarm as the Fire condition is still present. Remove the Fire condition from the detector loop. Press SILENCE
ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS, then RESET, and the panel reverts to normal.
Notes:
1) Pressing RESET when in the unsilenced Fire condition (i.e. Sounder Outputs energised) has no effect. The
sounders MUST be Silenced first before Reset is active.
2) When the Alarm Sounders are silenced, the warning beeper will sound and cannot be silenced.
3) Resetting the system from the Silenced Fire state with the fire condition still existing will retrigger the alarm.
EVACUATE
Press EVACUATE. The Sounder Outputs will be energised, the ZONE FIRE indicator will light and the warning
beeper will sound. Press SILENCE ALARM/FAULT SOUNDERS and the Sounder Outputs will return to the normal
state. The ZONE FIRE indicator will still be lit and the warning beeper will still be active. Press RESET to return the
panel to normal state.
TESTING THE SYSTEM
Check each detector and sounder on the system, and check the functions of the panel. Check all circuits for open
and short circuit faults. If continuity diodes are fitted remove each head in turn and check that call points are still
operative. When testing is complete return the keyswitch to NORMAL position.
ANCILLARY FACILITIES (Links and internal features are shown in Fig 6 below)
TO REVERT TO SHORT CIRCUIT = FIRE
This facility overrides the short circuit fault monitoring
and allows the panel to be used on older installations
which do not have Call Point Resistors fitted. It produces
a short circuit Fire condition when activated. To enable
this facility cut the wire link on the main PCB.
PL1
VR1
DO NOT ADJUST
4321
The EFP1 provides Auxiliary Expansion Inputs and
Outputs to interface with external equipment.
PL2
PL3
Primary Loom
Connector
Sounder
Circuit Fuses
F3
Battery
Fuse
AUXILIARY EXPANSION PLUG
A "Class Change" input is provided that will activate the
alarm sounder outputs from an external command. A Fire
output and a Fault output are also provided. Connections
are made via the Ancillary Connections. The connections
are then transferred to PL2 on the main PCB by a FF380X
Expansion Loom (not included).
RED
F1
F2
Aux Outputs
Connector
Cut this link for
short circuit = fire condition
Keyswitch
Connector
Short Circuit & Open Circuit
Fault Indicators
Fig 6
The Ancillary Connections are as follows:
● Auxiliary Fault Output
PL2 (Pin 1) - This output is normally open circuit. In any Fault condition this output is driven to 24V, enabling a
supply to an external load. When all faults are cleared it returns to the normal state.
● External Sounder Activate ("Class Change")
PL2 (Pin 2) - This normally open input when connected to 24V (available from Pin 4 of PL2) will activate the Alarm
Sounder circuits. When the signal is removed the sounders are reset. No panel indication is given during the
sounder activation.
● Auxiliary Fire Output
PL2 (Pin 3) - This output is normally open circuit. In any Fire condition this output is driven to 24V, enabling a
supply to an external load. When the panel is Reset it returns to the normal state.
● 24V Supply
PL2 (Pin 4) - Supply for use with “Class Change” input.
● 0V Available from Sounder Terminals 1 or 3
Supply for use with Auxiliary Fire and Fault Outputs.
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EFP1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
CONTROLS
EXTERNAL PUSHBUTTONS (KEYSWITCH ACTIVATED)
RESET
SILENCE ALARM / FAULT SOUNDERS
EVACUATE
OUTPUTS
2 sounder circuits (Alarm relay contacts can be obtained
by connecting an RLP-24 relay to a sounder circuit).
EXTERNAL INDICATORS
MAINS ON
ZONE FIRE
ZONE FAULT
SOUNDER FAULT
BATTERY / POWER SUPPLY FAULT
INTERNAL
Revert to short circuit = fire (no resistors in Call Points)
Latching Auxiliary Fire Output - 24 V DC 30 mA max.,
drives one RLP-24 relay to control door holding magnets.
Auxiliary Fault Output - 24 V DC 30 mA max.,
drives one RLP-24 relay.
INTERNAL INDICATORS
OPEN CIRCUIT ZONE FAULT
SHORT CIRCUIT ZONE FAULT
EFP1 (400 mA SUPPLY)
Part No. FF380-2
POWER SPECIFICATION
MAINS SUPPLY VOLTAGE
FREQUENCY RATED CURRENT
INTERNAL POWER SUPPLY
TOTAL OUTPUT CURRENT LIMITED TO
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT
MAINS SUPPLY MONITORED FOR FAILURE
BATTERY CHARGER MONITORED FOR FAILURE
BATTERIES MONITORED FOR DISCONNECTION / FAILURE
DETECTOR CIRCUIT SPECIFICATION
NUMBER OF CIRCUITS
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR OPEN CIRCUIT
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR SHORT CIRCUIT
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR DETECTOR REMOVAL
END OF LINE RESISTOR (SUPPLIED)
DETECTOR CONTINUITY DIODES
CALL POINT RESISTOR (NOT SUPPLIED)
Silicon 1N4001 or Schottky type (required if End of Line Monitoring Unit fitted)
470 to 680 Ω, 0.25 or 0.5 W
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SMOKE/HEAT DETECTORS PER ZONE
20 (based on a total detector current of 2 mA; each detector consuming 100 μA). Note: If End of Line
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MANUAL CALL POINTS PER ZONE
SOUNDER CIRCUIT SPECIFICATION
NUMBER OF CIRCUITS
END OF LINE RESISTOR (SUPPLIED)
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR OPEN CIRCUIT
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR SHORT CIRCUIT
OUTPUTS FUSED AT
MAXIMUM TOTAL OUTPUT CURRENT (ALL OUTPUTS)
MAXIMUM NO. OF BELLS @ 25 mA EACH
MAXIMUM NO. OF ELECTRONIC SOUNDERS @ 20 mA EACH
FUSES - ALL FUSES COMPLIANT TO IEC (EN 60127 PT2)
MAINS TERMINAL BLOCK
SOUNDER OUTPUTS (F1, F2)
BATTERY FUSE (F3)
AUXILIARY FIRE AND FAULT OUTPUTS
OUTPUT TYPE
MAX. SOURCE CURRENT
DOOR RETAINING MAGNETS
No limit
CONNECTION BLOCK
LARGEST ACCEPTABLE CONDUCTOR SIZE
SMALLEST ACCEPTABLE CONDUCTOR SIZE
PHYSICAL
ENCLOSURE (WIDTH x HEIGHT x DEPTH)
BATTERY VOLUME DIMENSIONS (WIDTH x HEIGHT x DEPTH)
WEIGHT (WITHOUT BATTERIES)
IP RATING (to EN 60529)
ENVIRONMENTAL
220 - 230 V a.c.
50 Hz / 60 Hz
27 V d.c. nominal
400 mA
27 V d.c. nominal
YES
YES
YES
130 mA
1
YE S
YES (can be disabled)
Yes, if End of Line Monitoring Unit fitted in place of End of Line Resistor
6800 Ω, 5% tolerance, 0.25 W (colour code - blue, grey, red, gold)
Monitoring unit is fitted, for correct operation max. voltage drop must not exceed 12 volts.
2
6800 Ω, 5% tolerance, 0.25 W (colour code - blue, grey, red, gold)
YES
YES
400 mA
400 mA
16
20
}
These quantities are examples only. Divide 400 by the consumption of each
sounder/bell in mA to calculate the maximum number.
125 mA T 20 mm
400 mA F 20 mm
1.0 A F 20 mm
}
Important: Exceeding the fuse ratings may render the equipment
unsafe and damage the output of this equipment. This damage
is factory detectable and is not covered under warranty.
Intended to drive external 24 V relays.
30 mA (relay resistance must be greater than 800 Ω and relay must have ‘’back EMF’’ diode fitted).
Use an RLP-24 relay driven from the Latching Fire Output.
DO NOT USE PANEL POWER SUPPLY AS YOU WILL DRASTICALLY REDUCE BATTERY STAND-BY TIME.
2.5 mm2
0.75 mm2
271 x 200 x 70 mm
170 x 70 x 65 mm (will accept typically 1.2 or 2.0 Ah sealed lead acid batteries)
2.3 Kg
IP30 (when correctly installed)
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
-10oC to +40oC
HUMIDITY
5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
QUIESCENT CURRENT / BATTERY STAND-BY TIME (HRS)
QUIESCENT CURRENT
STAND-BY TIME WITH 1.2 Ah BATTERIES
STAND-BY TIME WITH 2.0 Ah BATTERIES
40 mA (FAULT BEEPER ACTIVE)
25 mA (FAULT BEEPER MUTED)
30 hrs (FAULT BEEPER ACTIVE)
48 hrs (FAULT BEEPER MUTED)
50 hrs (FAULT BEEPER ACTIVE)
80 hrs (FAULT BEEPER MUTED)
The quiescent currents listed are for the following conditions - Mains Supply
failed, detector and sounder End of Line resistors fitted, no other loads
supplied by the panel. The battery stand-by times are guidelines only based
on the above conditions. Additional loads that increase the quiescent current
in the normal state and sounder loads must be considered when calculating
stand-by time. Batteries in poor condition greatly reduce stand-by time.
E&OE. No responsibility can be accepted by the manufacturer or distributors of this equipment for any misinterpretation of this instruction, or for the compliance of the system as a
whole. The manufacturers policy is one of continuous improvement and we reserve the right to make changes to product specifications at our discretion and without prior notice.
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