Instruction Manual - Zeta Alarm Systems
PREMIER POWER PACK INSTRUCTION MANUAL
EN54-4 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CONTENTS
Introduction to the Premier Power Pack PSU ..................................................................... 2
Changes to EN54-4 (The Fire Alarm Equipment Power Supply Standard).......................... 3
Indications ........................................................................................................................... 4
LCD................................................................................................................................... 4
LED External..................................................................................................................... 5
LED Internal ..................................................................................................................... 5
Mounting the Power Supply ............................................................................................... 6
Electrical Connections ......................................................................................................... 7
Electrical Safety Measures .............................................................................................. 7
Batteries .......................................................................................................................... 7
Connecting the Mains & Battery ..................................................................................... 8
Connecting Ancillary Equipment to the PSU ..................................................................... 10
Recommendations for Cable to Auxiliary Equipment ....................................................... 11
Checking the Battery Charger Voltage .............................................................................. 11
Choosing the Correct Battery Size..................................................................................... 12
Technical Information ....................................................................................................... 13
Maintenance Information ................................................................................................. 15
Manufacturer's Declaration .............................................................................................. 15
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INTRODUCTION TO THE PREMIER POWER PACK PSU
The Premier Power Pack is an EN54 compliant Power Supply, intended to power ancillary fire alarm equipment.
It incorporates a small LCD screen that will give information about the Power Supply status (such as output
voltage, output current, charger voltage etc).
It also displays basic information via its LEDs (Power/General fault / earth fault & Battery fault). These LEDs are
located on the panel door, and also on the controller PCB itself.
The power supply has a 3 state charger. It will initially supply a BOOST charge current, until it has detected that
the battery is close to full charge, then it will switch to FLOAT charging. If it detects flat or missing batteries, it will
switch to PULSE mode, until it detects good batteries.
The PSU monitors batteries for High Internal resistance, and will report a fault if it detects a resistance that would
prevent the PSU giving its rated output.
The power supply will prevent battery deep discharge by disconnecting the batteries when they reach their final
voltage under a mains fail condition.
The Power pack PSU is also available as a “CIE version”, used to power fire alarm panels. This version of the PSU is
normally supplied without the current measuring feature.
The “Control panel” version does not have the LCD fitted, so will communicate its status via its internal LEDs only.
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CHANGES TO EN54-4 (THE FIRE ALARM EQUIPMENT POWER
SUPPLY STANDARD)
In 2006 the Fire alarm Power Supply Equipment standard changed, adding the requirement that a PSU should
monitor the internal resistance of its batteries, and give a warning when it is above a certain level.
The reason for this is that when a battery’s internal resistance increases, it will reach a point where the battery
will no longer be able to supply the rated output voltage of the PSU under full load conditions. So under a mains
fail condition, the Power supply, running on batteries only, could not supply it`s rated load.
For Example, if a 5 Amp power supply has batteries with 2 ohms internal resistance, when running on batteries,
and supplying full load, there would be a 10V (V=IxR = 5 x 2 = 10 Volts) drop across the battery, meaning that the
output voltage would be outside the working range of the power supply.
The Premier Power Pack range of power supplies will give a Battery Hi Internal resistance fault when the internal
resistance for that power supply’s rating is close to the level that would cause the working voltage to be out of
range.
NOTE: Batteries reporting a high internal resistance WILL NOT BE CURED BY CHARGING ALONE. Either replace the
batteries, or discharge & charge 3 or 4 times (Note that this will take several days, and is not guaranteed to cure
the problem)
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INDICATIONS
LCD
The Stand alone Premier Power Pack PSU has a 4 line LCD display, which can show the current state of the power
supply.
The Power supply has 2 buttons. The first turns on the backlight. The second will scroll through the available
display screens, showing the PSU`s current state.
Screen 1: PSU Model information and System Normal / Power Supply Fault Indication
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This is the model information screen. It will give a general indication of the system state in the bottom line.
System Normal for a healthy system. Power Supply Fault if there are any problems.
Screen 2: Mains / Battery Healthy, PSU output Voltage, PSU output current
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This screen shows whether mains and battery are OK or BAD. It also shows the output voltage, and the current
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Screen 3: Battery Charger Info
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This screen gives information about the battery & charger circuit. The Battery IMP(edance) is the internal
resistance of the battery , explained in the recent changes to EN 54-4 section.
The Charger Voltage will be the voltage at the battery terminals.
The Charge Type gives the current charging method. The methods used are:BOOST
FLOAT
PULSE
batteries
OFF
– Constant current charge of 920mA. Used when batteries are flat
– Float charge is applied as the batteries approach a full charge
– used when the voltage at the charger terminals is less than the final voltage. Used to check if the
are present.
– Charger is turned off when no mains is present
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The Battery state indicates whether the batteries are:GOOD
HI IMPEDANCE
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– Batteries are OK
– High internal resistance detected
– Battery voltage below final voltage. Batteries should be replaced
– Batteries have been disconnected
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Shows the earth monitoring voltage (2.5V nominal), and whether a fault has been detected. The charger circuit is
monitored to check if it is functioning correctly and charging batteries as expected. Bad battery level shows the
battery internal resistance that would cause the power supply to report a fault.
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This screen shows the software versions of the PSU microcontroller and the display microcontroller.
LED EXTERNAL
The PSU external LEDs are:Power (GREEN)
Steady = mains present
Flashing = Mains fail
General Fault
OFF = No fault present
ON = Output fuse blown or removed, or mains low/fail (with flashing power good LED)
Earth Fault
OFF = No earth Fault present OR earth monitoring disabled
ON= Earth fault Detected. Check LCD screen for further info.
Battery Fault
OFF = Battery OK
ON = Battery Fault
LED INTERNAL
These are the same as the external LEDs. These are the only indications present when the PSU is used in a Control
Panel. The General fault is labeled as charger fault.
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MOUNTING THE POWER SUPPLY
The Premier Power Pack range of Power supplies are suitable for indoor use only.
Before fixing the Power supply to the wall, consider the planned cable entry. The Premier Power Pack PSU has
top & bottom 20mm cable entries. If other entries are required, the box can be carefully drilled before fixing to
the wall.
Fix the Premier Power Pack to a suitable sturdy Flat surface. Fitting the PSU at eye level will allow the panel`s
display to be easily read. Use Fixing screws suitable for the chosen surface, remembering that with batteries
fitted, the Power supply will be quite heavy.
If additional cable entries have been cut into the box, ensure that all swarf has been removed. The cutout will
probably have a sharp edge that could damage the cables. Use suitable insulation to cover the sharp edges.
Enclosure for Power Pack 2.0 / 12 (max Batteries 12Ah)
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Enclosure for Power Pack 5.0 / 17 (max Batteries 17Ah)
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
ELECTRICAL SAFETY MEASURES
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A licensed electrician must be present to connect to the mains if it is a fixed installation.
Connecting equipment to a consumer unit is potentially hazardous. Ideally, do not do this work alone.
Alternatively, advise a colleague that you are about to undertake this work, and that you will call them
back at a set time.
Check that the power supply, its cables, plugs and sockets are in good condition before installing. If
there are signs of damage, contact your supplier to arrange a replacement.
Electricity can be dangerous. Conductive materials can cause a high short-circuit current which could
cause serious burns.
Do not use any kind of metal equipment (Eg Screwdriver) inside the PSU without first unplugging the
equipment.
NOTE: When the Power Pack is operating normally, i.e. not being tended by service
personnel, the access door must be closed and locked. Also the electrical connectors on
the power supply cage must be insulated using the provided plastic cover. After locking
the access door, the key MUST be removed and ONLY held by the responsible person and
/ or the service personnel. It must under NO CIRCUMSTANCES be held by the user.
NOTE: Connecting this power supply to a fixed mains connection should only be carried out by a qualified
electrician. The PSU is Class 1 Equipment and MUST be earthed.
BATTERIES
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Batteries should be recycled. Leave the battery in a suitable recycling bin or return it to the supplier in
the original packaging of the new batteries. Consult the new battery instructions to obtain more
information on this.
Do not dispose of batteries by throwing them in fire, as they could explode.
Do not open or cut batteries; they contain an electrolyte that is toxic and harmful to the skin and eyes.
In order to prevent personal injury caused by hazardous currents, avoid wearing wristwatches and
jewelry such as rings when replacing batteries. Use tools equipped with insulated handles.
When replacing batteries, use the same number and type of batteries installed in the equipment.
Consult your supplier to obtain information on battery equipment replacement and recycling batteries.
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CONNECTING THE MAINS & BATTERY
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The Power Supply should be connected to 230V AC by a 3A rated spur to the fuse box with 1.0mm to 2.5mm 3core cable. Nothing else should be connected to this supply
The mains input is to be connected to the PSU Cage. The Live, Earth and Neutral connections are marked on the
switch mode cage.
The incoming mains cable should be kept separate from the other cables to help minimise mains interference.
24V DC Outputs
Fault Relay
The two batteries are wired in series.
The +ve of one battery is connected to the red battery charger lead.
The –ve of the other battery is connected to the black battery charger lead.
The –ve of the first battery is connected to the +ve of the second battery using the FUSED link wire supplied.
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The battery clamp brackets should then be fitted to prevent vibration damage to the Power Supply.
For 7 Ah / 12 Ah Batteries (Power Pack 2.0)
Power Supply Cage
For 17 Ah Batteries (Power Pack 5.0)
Power Supply Cage
The Recommended Battery types are:
POWER SUPPLY VERSION
Premier PowerPack 2/12
Premier PowerPack 5/17
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MINIMUM RECOMMENDED SIZE
Powersonic 12V 2Ah
Powersonic 12V 7Ah
MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED SIZE
Powersonic 12V 12Ah
Powersonic 12V 17Ah
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CONNECTING ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT TO THE PSU
The Ancillary equipment to be powered by the power supply should be fitted to the power supply output
connections. Note that the PSU has 2 outputs labeled 24V A and 24V B, each fused at half the total output.
Connect to a single output if the maximum
current is less than half the maximum rated
output of the power supply.
Two separate loads can be powered
separately by using the both output
channels.
If the application requires current more than
one output can supply, then both outputs
should be used. The Positives should be
commoned together as shown. . The
Negatives are already commoned on the
controller PCB so do not need to be
commoned externally.
The Fault Relay is used to communicate the
status of the PSU to ancillary equipment.
The relay is normally energized, so that it
can signal a fault in the event of total power
failure.
The NO terminal (red wire) is connected to
the Common terminal (yellow wire) in the
system normal condition.
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CABLE TO AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
BS5839 Part 1 recommends that all parts of a fire system are wired in a shielded fire resistant cable.
2
It is recommended to use 2 core (plus screen) cable with conductor cross section between 1.5mm and 2.5mm
2
If the power supply is used for non BS5839 fire alarm purposes, many other types & sizes of cable may be
suitable.
CHECKING THE BATTERY CHARGER VOLTAGE
The Premier Power Pack Power Supply, like many other EN 54 Power supplies, will turn off its battery charger
when the batteries are disconnected. To check the charger voltage it will be necessary to set the unit into
configuration mode.
To do this:1.
2.
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4.
5.
6.
Disconnect batteries & turn off mains
Fit a jumper link to the Sel. Battery jumper.
Turn on Mains.
If the PSU has a LCD screen it will display “FACTORY CALIBRATE – FLOAT-V Adjust POT”
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The charger leads will now show the float charge voltage which is nominally 27.3V DC at 25 C
The Charger Potentiometer is factory Preset, and should not be altered. If the charger voltage is more
than half a volt different to the voltage shown on the table below, contact your supplier.
TEMPERATURE
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CHARGER VOLTAGE
28.02
27.90
27.78
27.66
27.54
27.42
27.30
27.18
27.06
26.94
26.82
26.70
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CHOOSING THE CORRECT BATTERY SIZE
The Premier Power Pack power supplies can use a wide range of battery sizes.
To help determine the most suitable battery size, the following points need to be considered:1.
2.
3.
4.
What will be the normal operating output current of the PSU. Will it be a high load (e.g. door holders),
or a small load (e.g. a sounder circuit controller)
What will be the alarm load?
What is the required standby time?
What is the required alarm time?
In general, applications with a higher quiescent current load will require bigger batteries, if they also require a
high standby time.
Typical Battery requirements for a Power Pack 5.0A Power supply
APPLICATION
Auto Dialler
GSM Com
Door holders
Door holders
Door holders
ZSCC (1 unit)
ZSCC (5 units)
FyreSense
Aspiration Unit
CURRENT LOAD
50 / 100 mA
200 / 500 mA
2 A load
2 A load
4 A load
40mA / 1A
200mA / 5A
500mA
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STANDBY
72 Hours
48 Hours
24 Hours
2 Hours
2 Hours
24 Hour
24 Hours
24 Hours
REQUIRED AMP
HOUR
4.5 Ah
12.3 Ah
60 Ah
5 Ah
10 Ah
1.8 Ah
9.2 Ah
15.3 Ah
TYPICAL
BATTS
7 Ah
12 Ah
60 Ah
7 Ah
12Ah
2.2 Ah
12 Ah
17 Ah
CHARGE IN
EN54 TIME
Yes
Yes
NO
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
OVERALL SPECIFICATION
MAINS INPUT
Nominal Mains Supply Voltage
Cage Input voltage range
AC input current
Efficiency
AC inrush current
Leakage current
SWITCH MODE CAGE OUTPUT
Nominal DC Output voltage
Output Voltage Error
Output Power
Rated output current @ 30V DC
Adjustable range for DC voltage
Setup rise hold up time
Switching Frequency
PSU OUTPUT
Nominal DC Output voltage
Output Voltage Range
Maximum PSU output while charging
I MAX A
I MAX B
I MIN
Output Fuses
Output Voltage Ripple
Fault Output
BATTERY BACKUP
Battery type
Battery Size Range
Charger Type
Boost Charging current
Float Charging current
Pulse charging
Battery fuse
Maximum battery internal resistance
Battery Deep Discharge Disconnect
Deep Discharge Reconnection
Charger Temp. Compensation
PSU Battery Drain – in Mains Fail
Max Battery Monitoring Current (R int test)
LED INDICATIONS (PSE and CIE Version)
GREEN Power
General Fault
Earth Fault
Battery Fault
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5.0 A PSU
2.0 A PSU
230V AC
88~132 VAC / 176~264 VAC
47~63 Hz;
2.4 A/115 V 1.6A/ 230 V
86%
Cold starting current 45A/230VAC
<2 mA/240VAC
230V AC
88~264 VAC
47~63 Hz;
2.0A/115 V 1.2A/ 230 V
85%
Cold starting current 40A/230VAC
<2mA/240VAC
30V
+/- 1%
150W
5A
27 – 30.6V
800ms,20ms,24ms, Full-load
60kHz
30V
+/- 1%
75W
2.5 A
27 – 33V
500ms,30ms,60ms Full-load
60kHz
30V
19 – 31 V DC
4.1A
30V
19 – 31 V DC
1.4A
N/A
0 mA
2 x T2.5A
Typical 120mVp-p (Max 500mV)
Normally Energised Volt-Free
Change over Relay: SELV @ 1A
N/A
0mA
2 x T1.0A
Typical 150mVp-p (Max 500mV)
Normally Energised Volt-Free
Change over Relay: SELV @ 1A
2 x 12V Sealed Lead Acid
Batteries connected in SERIES
7.0 – 17 Ah
CPU controlled 3 state charger
(boost, float, pulse modes)
920mA
200mA Typical
10% duty cycle
F5A (in battery link lead)
0.9 ohm
20.5 Volts At battery (19V at PSU
output)
When mains restored
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-36mV/ C typical (27-46 mV/ C)
25mA (40 mA with LCD Screen)
460mA
2 x 12V Sealed Lead Acid
Batteries connected in SERIES
2.0 – 12 Ah
CPU controlled 3 state charger
(boost, float, pulse modes)
750mA
200mA Typical
10% duty cycle
F5A (in battery link lead)
2.0 ohm
20.5 Volts At battery (19V at PSU
output)
When mains restored
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-36mV/ C typical (27-46 mV/ C)
25mA (40 mA with LCD Screen)
460mA
Steady = Mains OK
Flashing = Mains Fail
Flashes on Mains Fail or Output
voltage failure
Flashes on +VE or –VE earth fault
(if enabled)
Flashes on any battery fault.
Steady = Mains OK
Flashing = Mains Fail
Flashes on Mains Fail or Output
voltage failure
Flashes on +VE or –VE earth fault
(if enabled)
Flashes on any battery fault.
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