FC1002/04-A/-B/-C Fire control unit, A6V10265078

FC1002/04-A/-B/-C Fire control unit, A6V10265078
FC1002/04-A/ -B/ -C
Fire control unit
Technical specification
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About this document ..............................................................................5
2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.2
Safety regulations ...................................................................................7
Signal words and symbols ........................................................................7
Classification and meaning of signal words..............................................7
Symbols and their meaning ......................................................................7
Classification and meaning of additional symbols ....................................7
Safety-relevant working instructions .........................................................8
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
System description .................................................................................9
General .....................................................................................................9
Main features ............................................................................................9
Specified standards and options.............................................................10
System overview .....................................................................................10
Technical data.........................................................................................11
4
4.1
4.2
Installation .............................................................................................12
Assembly.................................................................................................12
Mounting .................................................................................................13
5
5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
Function and design .............................................................................14
Mainboard hardware settings..................................................................14
Peripheral connections ...........................................................................15
Mainboard ...............................................................................................15
Power supply...........................................................................................16
Line bridging at removed detector head .................................................16
Manual call point detection .....................................................................17
Connection to fault information according EN54-2 output J EN54-1 .....17
Operating panel.......................................................................................18
General ...................................................................................................18
Indicators.................................................................................................19
Operating keys ........................................................................................20
Zone indicators and keys ........................................................................21
Event processing.....................................................................................22
Alarm.......................................................................................................22
Fault ........................................................................................................22
Processing diagram ................................................................................22
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6.1
6.2
Commissioning .....................................................................................23
Procedure................................................................................................23
Testing peripheral devices ......................................................................24
7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
7.3.8
7.3.9
7.3.10
7.3.11
7.3.12
Configuration.........................................................................................25
Programming user functions ...................................................................25
Programming steps .................................................................................27
Programmable functions within a Step ...................................................29
Step 1, timer V1 ......................................................................................29
Step 2, timer V2 ......................................................................................29
Step 3, zone processing on alarm ..........................................................30
Step 4, activation mode of LED ..............................................................30
Step 5, activation mode of control lines ..................................................30
Step 6, prevent false alarm .....................................................................31
Step 7, control lines on alarm .................................................................31
Step 8, special zone parameters ............................................................31
Step 9, not used ......................................................................................31
Step 10, detector line short or break.......................................................31
Step 11, cross zoning .............................................................................32
Step 12, access code..............................................................................32
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7.3.13
7.3.14
7.3.15
7.3.16
7.4
7.5
Step 13, special PMI parameters ............................................................32
Step 14, not used ....................................................................................33
Step 15, special parameters ...................................................................33
Step 16, programmable control input......................................................33
Log sheet for programmed user functions ..............................................34
Checksum ...............................................................................................35
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8.1
8.2
Maintenance...........................................................................................36
General....................................................................................................36
Recommended system performance checks..........................................36
9
9.1
Trouble shooting...................................................................................38
Interpretation of fault LED flashing..........................................................38
10
10.1
10.2
10.3
Components and spare parts ..............................................................39
Components ............................................................................................39
Accessories .............................................................................................39
Spare parts..............................................................................................39
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11.1
11.2
Disposal and environmental protection .............................................40
General....................................................................................................40
Disposal...................................................................................................40
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About this document
1
About this document
Purpose and scope
This document describes the installation, function, commissioning, maintenance,
troubleshooting and disposal of the product FC10xx. The consistent observance of
the instructions ensures a trouble-free and safe application.
Application area
The information in this document applies from the hardware / software version 6.1.
Target group
This documentation and the instructions therein are intended for the following
group(s) of persons who perform the tasks mentioned and have had the corresponding training.
Group of persons
Product Manager (PM)
Project Manager
Project Engineer
Commissioning personnel
Maintenance Personnel
Activity
He is in charge of local product management and is responsible for the interchange of information between the plant
supplying the equipment and his DU for his product line. He
co-ordinates the flow of information between the individual
groups of people for the various projects.
The project manager is responsible for the local project
management. He co-ordinates the schedules of all groups of
people working on a project as well as resources. He also
continuously obtains the technical information required for
project realization.
Provides the parameterization of products, devices and
systems in the DU for a specific country or customer. He
monitors the serviceability and gives the go-ahead for the
commissioning of products, devices and systems at the place
of installation. He is also responsible for trouble-shooting.
The configuration of the products, devices or systems for
specific customers at the place of installation. They check
serviceability and officially clear the product, device or system for use by the operator / customer. They are also responsible for trouble-shooting.
They carry out all the maintenance work indicated in the
product documentation and check equipment for total serviceability.
Qualification
He has had training appropriate to his function
and product range and has attended the product
manager training course.
He has had the technical training appropriate to
his function and the size of a project or the product line used in the project and has attended the
training courses for project managers at the
supplier's works.
He has had the training appropriate to his function and to the products, devices and systems to
be parameterized and has attended the technical
training courses for project engineers at the
supply plant.
They have had the training appropriate to their
function and to the commissioning of the products, devices or systems and have attended the
technical training courses for commissioning
personnel.
They have had the technical training appropriate
to their function and the product.
Operational and safety regulations
Before groups of persons begin work on the system they must have read and understood the related
documents, in particular Chapter 2 Safety regulations.
Disregard of the safety regulations
The products are designed for an appropriate use and were tested for faultless
functioning. Siemens disclaims all liability for damage or personal injuries caused
by the incorrect application of the instructions or disregard of warnings of danger
contained in the documentation. This applies in particular to:
 Personal injuries or damage caused by improper use and incorrect use;
 Personal injuries or damage caused by disregarding information relevant for
safety in the documentation or on the product;
 Personal injuries or damage caused by poor maintenance or a lack of maintenance.
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About this document
Reference documents
Number/Version
007995
007994
008331
Name
Operating Manual FC10
Product data sheet FC1002/04
FD20 Detector system
List of compatibility
Download
The most recently released technical documentation for customers can be found in
the Siemens Intranet.
Standard symbols

Text in italic
 see
(…)
Result, note
Quotation, exact match
Cross reference
Brackets contain supplementary text, suggestions etc.
Abbreviations
Abbreviation
DU
EOL
LED on, slow, fast
NC / NO
PMI
RT
Explication
Divisional Unit
End of line element
LED on, flashes slowly, flashes fast
(Contact) normally closed / normally open
Person Machine Interface (operating panel)
Remote transmission
Document identification
Position
Title page
Signification
– System names
– Product type
– Purpose of the document
– Document number
– Date of edition
– Manual
– Register
Last page bottom left
Last page bottom right
Modification index
Version
A6V10265078_a_en_--
Date
03.2010
Brief description
First edition
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Safety regulations
2
Safety regulations
This chapter describes the danger levels and the relevant safety regulations applicable for the use of our products. Please read the work instructions as well as the
chapter About this document thoroughly before beginning any work.
2.1
Signal words and symbols
2.1.1
Classification and meaning of signal words
The danger level – that is, the severity and probability of danger – is indicated by
the signal words listed below. Non-observance may lead to the consequences indicated:
2.1.2
DANGER!
Imminent danger!
 May cause danger to life or serious bodily injury!
WARNING!
Dangerous situation!
 May cause serious bodily harm.
CAUTION!
May cause dangerous situations!
 May cause light injuries!
NOTE!
Possibly harmful situation!
 May cause damage to the product or to objects in the immediate vicinity of
the product!
Symbols and their meaning
The symbols listed below indicate the nature and origin of the danger.
General danger
Electrical voltage
Examples of danger warnings
The example below illustrates the appearance and form of danger warnings in our
documents.
DANGER
2.1.3
External voltage
Disconnect the module from the power supply.
Classification and meaning of additional symbols
Tips and information
Refers to extremely important or critical decisions to be taken into account before continuing the work.
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Safety regulations
2.2
Safety-relevant working instructions
Country-specific standards
The products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant international and European safety standards. Should additional country-specific, local
safety standards or regulations concerning project planning, mounting, installation,
operation and disposal of the product apply in the place of operation, then these
standards or regulations must also be taken into account in addition to the safety
regulations mentioned in the product documentation.
Electrical installations
DANGER
Work on electrical installations
Any work on electrical installations may only be carried out by qualified electricians or instructed persons working under the guidance and supervision of a
qualified electrician, in accordance with the electrotechnical regulations.
 Control units must be disconnected from the power supply during commissioning
or maintenance work.
 Terminals with an external voltage supply must be provided with a sign DANGER - External voltage.
 Mains leads to the control unit must be installed separately and provided with a
clearly marked fuse.
 Earthing must be carried out in compliance with local safety regulations.
Assembly, installation, commissioning and inspection work
 If any tools or accessories such as ladders are required, safe and suitable devices must be used.
 Prevention of spurious tripping of the remote transmission must be assured.
 Always inform the fire brigade before testing the remote transmission.
 The activation of fire control installations for test purposes must not cause damage to the system or parts thereof.
 Fire control installations must only be activated after the test has been completed and the system has been definitely handed over to the customer.
 Third party systems or devices must only be activated in the presence of the responsible person.
Modifications to the system design and the products
Modifications to a system or to individual products may cause faults or malfunctioning. Please request written approval from us and the relevant authorities concerning intended system modifications and system extensions.
Modules and spare parts
 Locally procured modules and spare parts must comply with the technical specifications laid down by the manufacturer. This compliance is always ensured for
original spare parts supplied by us.
 Only use fuses with the specified fuse characteristics.
 Wrong battery types and improper battery exchange may lead to exlosion risk.
Only use the specified battery type or an equivalent battery type recommended
by the manufacturer.
 Batteries require environmentally safe disposal. They must be handed in at the
local collecting points.
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System description
3
System description
3.1
General
A conventional fire panel with unconventional features. The FC10 has all the functions that are necessary to build up small and medium size fire detection systems
in a very efficient way.
Control unit variants
2 zones
 FC1002-A «STANDARD»
 FC1002-B «GB»
 FC1002-C «NORDIC»
3.2
4 zones
 FC1004-A «STANDARD»
 FC1004-B «GB»
 FC1004-C «NORDIC»
Main features
 Microprocessor-controlled fire detection control unit
 For collective fire detectors
 Programmable parameters for




- alarm organization
- alarm verification
- cross zoning
- control lines
Also to report technical alarms
Programming on site via operating panel
Emergency power operation up to 72 h
Compliance with EN54
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System description
3.3
Specified standards and options
EN54-2
Basic functions
Options and associated requirements
7.8
Output to fire alarm device EN54-1 / C
(Fire alarm devices)
7.9.1
Output to fire alarm routing equipment EN54-1 / E
7.9.2
Alarm confirmation input from fire alarm routing equipment
7.10.1
Outputs to fire protection equipment EN54-1 / G
7.13
Outputs to fire protection equipment
Output type B EN54-1 / G
Outputs to fire protection equipment
Output type C EN54-1 / G
Fault monitoring of fire protection equipment
Delays to outputs V1/V2 timer for alarm organization
Switch on /off delays to outputs, V1/V2 timer for alarm organization
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal
Type A dependency from the same detector, or another in the same
line
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal
Type B dependency cross zoning
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal
Type C dependency (option with requirement)
Alarm counter (option with requirement)
8.3
Fault signals from points (option with requirements)
8.4
8.9
10
Total loss of the power supply (option with requirements)
Output to fault warning routing equipment according EN54-1 / J
Test condition (option with requirements)
Standardized input/output interface (option with requirements – see
also Annex G)
7.10.2
7.10.3
7.10.4
7.11.1
7.11.2
7.12.1
7.12.2
7.12.3
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Related FC10 configuration /
connection
Sounder line 1
Step 5 option 1
Step 4 option 7
Sounder line 2
Step 5 option 11
n/a
Sounder line 2
Step 5 option 13
n/a
Fulfilled
x
Fulfilled
x*
x*
x*
-
Step 3 option 1 via timer V1/V2
Key 8 (Manned / unmanned)
x
x
Step 6 option 2
x
Step 11 option 2
x
n/a
-
n/a
Zone Led
and LED 9
n/a
RT-Fault Step 16 Option 1
Push Key zone x
-
x
x
na.
-
x
Remarks:
* The panel provides two monitored control lines. We provide for each output three options.
You can choose two of them at the same time for a complete panel.
3.4
System overview
Monitored control line 1
Detector zone
Line 1
or
Monitored control line 2
Manual call point zone
or
Line 2
1
Mixed zone
2
3
4
Line 3
Fault
DC1192
EX-area
Fire controls
max. 2 relays
SB3
24 V
AC power input
115/230 VAC
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System description
3.5
Technical data
Collective lines (zones)
Number of detectors per line
Compatible detector series
Ratings detector line
operating voltage / quiescent current
line resistance / capacitance
– type Cerberus
– type Standard
alarm criteria
– type Cerberus
– type Standard
alarm trigger
– type Cerberus
– type Standard
line termination
– FC10xx-A/ -C
– FC10xx-B
Monitored control lines
Voltage/current in state active
Line termination
Potential-free contacts
Control inputs
Control outputs
Fire control relays
Power supply
mains voltage
power consumption mains side
maximum nominal output current without battery
charging, I max. b
Minimum ouput current I min
2 or 4
max. 32
Detector line type “Cerberus”
– Cerberus (DS1100, MS24, MS9, MS7, MS6)
– Sinteso (FDOOT249-1) 4)
Detector line type Standard
– Standard (Synova Series 300C)
18 … 22 V / max. 3.2 mA
≤ 80 Ω or ≤ 50 Ω / ≤1 μF 1)
≤ 100 Ω or ≤ 50 Ω / ≤1 μF 1)
17.5 ... 39 mA and > 5.1 V
17 … 83.6 mA
resistor 820 Ω or z-diode 5.6 V, 1 W 2)
resistor 820 Ω or z-diode 5.6 V, 1 W 3)
resistor 3.9 kΩ
EOL FCE1003-B
2 optional
max. 500 mA/24 V per line (peak max. 2 A)
EOL FCE1002
1 x Alarm, 1 x Fault / max. 1 A/30 V
3 / 24 V switched via contact
3 + 1 per zone / max. 40 mA/24 V
max. 2 (optional) / max. 10 A/230 VAC
115/230 VAC; +10 % / -15 %
13 ... 25 VA
max. 0.7 A
0.05 A
current low voltage side
system supply voltage
mains failure delay
Supply output (Battery)
Operation time
Battery size
Voltag
Load resistance Rimax
max. 72 h 5)
2 x 7.2 Ah/12 V, lead acid
21….28.6 VDC
Max. 1 Ω (battery incl. line)
Emergency power
maximum nominal output current during battery
charging, I max. a
0.35 A
Quiescent current
– at 2 zones
– at 4 zones
alarm current with 1 zone in alarm
battery low discharge cut off
charging temperature compensated
Mechanics
Color
Protection degree
Temperature range (operation)
Dimension
72 mA
105 mA
+ 35 mA (without external load)
< 18.5 VDC
Yes
metal chassis with plastic cover
plastic cover: white RAL9003
IP40
0 … 50 °C
370 x 286 x 90 mm
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
21 ... 28 VDC
10 minutes
Line resistance ≤ 50 Ω if option 4 is selected in step 3 and option 8 is selected in step 15.
Use 5.6 V z-diode if option 4 is selected in step 3 and option 8 is selected in step 15.
Use 5.6 V z-diode if option 4 is selected in step 3 and option 8 is selected in step 15. In all other
cases, use 820 Ω resistor or standard call point with integrated alarm detection.
For details, see list of compatibility (008331)
The battery capacity calculation depends on the connected hardware devices, country and/or
customer required emergency lifetime.
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Installation
4
Installation
4.1
Assembly
1
3
2
4
6
8
8
7
5
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Components
Mains connection and circuit breaker (fuse), factory mounted
Cut-outs for cable entries 20mm; top 9, bottom 3
Mainboard
Optional fire control relays, maximum 2
Key switch Nordic (only with variant Nordic)
Optional key switch set
Battery
Battery holders
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Installation
4.2
Mounting
1
7
3
2
6
4
7
4
5
1. Remove front cover
2. Determine mounting location (not behind a door)
3. Mark position of mounting screws (use enclosed drilling template) and drill holes
installation accessories not included in cabinet.
– screws min. 4 x 50 mm
– plastic dowels
– c-shaped washers or lock washers
4. Mount chassis, if required with distance sleeves (1)
5. Cut out cable entries (4) and mount cable glands (PG11) where required (2)
6. Insert inscription stripes (3)
Templates for inscription stripes are available as Word files at the hotline.
7. Remove the recess (5) if optional key switch is used
8. Insert batteries (6)
9. Mount the battery holders (7)
10. Connect all periphery devices (refer to page 14 – 17)
11. Set jumpers on main board (refer to page 14)
12. Commission system (refer to page 23)
13. Adapt the user functions where required (refer to page 25 – 35)
14. Mount front cover
Protect the mounted unit with its shipping carton during construction phase by using the shipping
carton
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Function and design
5.1
Mainboard hardware settings
3
1 3
PU12
1
PU8
PU11
PU9
CN4/3
5
PU7
PU5
PU6
PU15
PU14
8
PU10
PU7
PU8
PU9
PU10
PU11
PU12
PU13
PU14
PU15
PU16
CN5
CN1…
CN4
Function
Detector line 1 to
Detector line 4
Future function
Line card FCA1007-B
(support diode bases BS5839 Pt 1)
2 or 4 zones
Silence resound sounders
To provide temporary operating access
level 2 or to connect key switch
Earth fault detection
Contact RT-Fault
Contact RT Alarm
Factory use
Buzzer disable
Start up without mains
Factory use
Fabrication / Firmware
Connector for line card FCA1007-B line 1/2
PU16
PU3
PU4
PU2
ON
ON
1
PU1
CN5
Ref
PU1...
PU4
PU5
PU6
CN2/1
Function and design
PU13
Parameter
ON = none current limited (Cerberus)
OFF = current limited (Synova)
must be OFF
ON = FCA1007-B used
OFF = FCA1007-B not used
ON = 4 zone OFF = 2 zone
Must be ON
ON = operating access level 2 permanently provided
OFF = operating access level 2 via password only
ON = enabled OFF = disabled
Pos. 1-2 = NO Pos. 2-3 = NC
Pos. 1-2 = NC Pos. 2-3 = NO
OFF
ON = enabled
OFF = disabled (for commissioning only)
ON = to start up system without mains (temporary)
OFF
Pos. 1-2 and 3-4 = must be ON
line card GB factory-equipped with FC10xx-B
Remark
factory-set 1)
factory-set 1)
for commissioning only
factory set 1)
set as required
factory-set = ON
if mains is not available
1) depending on type of control unit
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Function and design
5.2
Peripheral connections
5.2.1
Mainboard
Control lines
RT/contacts
Driver
outputs
per zone
Control
input
Driver
outputs
common
Detector lines
NOTE
ALARM
FAULT
DISABLED
Zone 4
Zone 3
Zone 2
Zone 1
Alarm
Programmable
Fault
ACK
Output
24 V
RESET
1N4007
Do not connect driver outputs directly to plus potential!
Outputs may be damaged.
In case of Fire the maximum current is, see I max b
Maximum nominal output current during battery charging, see I max. a
Detector and control lines that are not used must be terminated
 detection line with FC10xx-A /-C
resistor 3.9 kΩ
 detection line with FC10xx-B
EOL FCE1003-B
 control line
EOL FCE1002
Inputs
Detector lines 1 - 4
Control inputs
Reset
Ack
Programmable
Outputs
Power output 24 V
Control lines
Alarm devices
Relay contact
RT-Fault
Relay contact
RT-Alarm
Function / Application
Remarks
– to process collective detectors
– various parameters (see Programming user functions)
to reset system on Alarm (pulse); optional also on Fault
to acknowledge system on Alarm and Fault (pulse)
 see Step 16, programmable control input
Function / Application
To provide minus and positive potential for driver outputs and control inputs
– To activate alarm devices (horn or flash light or RTalarm*)
– active on Alarm 0, 1 and Alarm 2 until Reset
– various activation modes programmable
-> see Step 5, activation mode of control lines
– To provide state Fault to 3rd party systems
– active on RT-Fault until Acknowledge
– blocked with RT-Fault disabled
– To provide state Alarm to 3rd party systems
– active on RT-Alarm* (Alarm 2) until Reset
– blocked with RT-Alarm disabled
– for internal and external use
– inputs always accessible (inde-
Load / rating
– max. 500 mA
– short circuit proof
– max. 500 mA/24
pendent from state operating
access provided at the PMI)
Remarks
for internal and external use
Monitored lines
V
– short circuit proof
– max. 1 A/30 V
– type of contact
– NO/NC programmable via
NO or NC
– max. 1 A/30 V
– type of contact
NO or NC
– also activated on system fault
jumper PU11
NO/NC programmable via jumper
PU12
* If RT-alarm is only monitored if control line is used!
Outputs
Disable
Fault
Function / Application
active if any part of the system is disabled
active on Fault until restored
Load / rating
max. 40 mA/24 V
short circuit proof
Remarks
for internal and external use
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Function and design
Outputs
Alarm 1/2
Function / Application
active on Alarm 0, 1 and Alarm 2 until Reset
- blocked with controls disabled
Active on zone alarm, or zone fault, switched off or test
- blocked with controls disabled
 see Step 8, special zone parameters
Zone 1 – 4
5.2.2
Load / rating
Remarks
Power supply
L
L
L
L
Mains 230VAC
N
N
163mAT
5.2.3
Mains 115VAC
315mAT
Line bridging at removed detector head
If a detector head is removed from a detector line, the control unit signal a fault,
while the manual call point is still able to set off an alarm.
FCE1003-B
removed detector heads
inserted detector heads
+
Detector line
_
Manual call point
+
_
Schottky diode
monitoring jumper
in the detector head
Achieved with
 special add-on line card «FCA1007-B» (factory equipped)
 special resistor EOL «FCE1003-B» (included in panel accessories) and Z-diode
 special detector base (eg. DB1102A, part number 534851) equipped with Schottky diode (1N5819) in parallel to the monitoring jumper inside detector head
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Function and design
5.2.4
Manual call point detection
It is possible to differentiate whether a detector or a manual call point has initiated
alarm on the detector line. In this case manual call points must be equipped with a
z-diode 5.6 V/1 W.
Detectors
Manual call point
Detectors
+
Detector line
_
EOL
Achieved with
 option 4 selected on programming step 3 or
 option 8 selected on programming step 15
Note: A z-diode in series with a resistor and a LED is not possible for call point detection.
Connection to fault information according EN54-2 output J EN54-1
FAULT RT ALARM RT
5.2.5
680 Ω
10 kΩ
(+ +)
1)
100 mA/T
FAULT
RT
2)
1)
2)
(+ +)
12 V
(– –)
Extra relays 12VDC, order to be done locally assembly place
see page 12 pos. 4
Extra fuse in a safety housing, order to be done locally 100 mA/T
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5.3
Operating panel
5.3.1
General
The system operating panel is also called Person Machine Interface - PMI.
Overview operating functions
Related to Alarm
 Acknowledge
 Reset
 Silence / Resound
sounders
 Silence buzzer
 Mode manned / unmanned
 Cancel alarm delay
Related to disable system parts
Disable / Enable zones 1 to xx
Disable / Enable alarm horn
Disable / Enable fire controls
Disable / Enable remote alarm
Disable / Enable remote fault





Related to system test
 Mode detector test / Cancel
 Mode walk test / Cancel
 Test alarm horn for 30 sec.
 Simulation of zone alarm
 Simulation of zone fault
 Lamp test
Operating access
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Operating functions always possible
Operating functions accessible via access code or key switch
The default access code is 4233
– automatic time-out after 3 min
 set individual access code, preferably 6 digits
 disable access code if a key switch is used
For user programming only, with additional access code
Used to upload the panel software with additional equipment. The panel
needs to be open by removing the four allen screws.
Inscription stripes
 Label the individual zone texts in the Word template (available via hotline).
 Each zone LED must have a clear individual zone text, which indicates the geographical location of the corresponding detectors and / or manual call points.
 Inserting inscription stripes
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5.3.2
Indicators
LED
LED
1
2
7
8
3
4
9
10
5
11
12
13
6
14
1
2
3
4
15
17
LED
1
2
Labeling
System ON
Fault
LED
on
fast
3 and 4
ALARM
on
slow
fast
5
Remote transmission
on
6
Operating access
on
7
8
9
System part disabled
Detector test
Manned
on
slow
on
10
11
Earth fault
Power fault
fast
fast
slow
12
13
System fault
Alarm horn
disabled / fault
14
Controls disabled
15
RT-Fault
disabled / fault
on
on
fast
slow
on
fast
on
fast
fast
17
RT-Alarm
disabled / fault
on
fast
State active
if system is in operation (micro computer working)
if any system part is on Fault
- buzzer with pulsating sound
if system is on Alarm
flashing alternating while V1/V2 are running or
flashing synchronous on unacknowledged
- buzzer with continuous sound
if contact RT-Alarm is active
- if programmed also if contact RT-Fault is active
if operating access is provided
- timeout 3min after last key operation
if any system part is disabled
if any zone is in mode detector test
if system is in operating mode manned
- without function if all zones are set to direct or internal,
-->see chapter Processing diagram
if any system part has short circuit to earth
if battery is disconnected or low
if mains supply voltage is missing (after delay has
expired)
if micro-computer has failed (system not working)
if horn control lines are disabled
if horn control line has a break or short
if horn control lines are in mode walk-test
if zone control outputs are disabled
if control line has a break or short
if zone control outputs are disabled
if control line has a break or short
if programmable control input with option 1 is active
(Fault remote transmission device) or control input
Fault RT is active
if RT-ALARM is disabled
if RT-Alarm line has a brack or short
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5.3.3
Operating keys
Keys
1
12
2
8
3
Nr
1
2
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
Labelling
Silence buzzer
Acknowledge
Keys
10
11
Access
Level 2
level 2
3
4...7
Reset
1/2/3/4
Level 2
--
8
Manned
Unmanned
Level 2
and
and
Cancel alarm delay
Level 1
Lamp test
Level 1
Sounder test
Level 2
10
Disable
Enable
Level 2
11
Disable
Enable
Level 2
12
Silence / resound
sounder
Level 2
9
9
Function
– to de-activate the buzzer
– to acknowledge Alarms and Faults
– to stop horn test before running time (30s) is expired
– to start V2 timer
to reset Alarm (and also Fault, if programmed)
to provide operating access Level 2
– enter password
also used for other purposes
to activate or de-activate mode manned (blocked in
state Alarm)
– without function if all zones are set to direct or internal
to cancel alarm delay while timers V1/V2 are running in
status Alarm
– sets timers V1/V2 to zero
-> see chapter Processing diagram
to initiate lamp test if key is pressed for 1s
– sets all LED and buzzer to state active for 5s
to initiate horn test if key is pressed for >5s or hold
numeric key 3 followed by pressing key 9
– activates horn control lines for 30s (stop, either with
key Acknowledge or renewed pressing of key 9)
– function is suppressed on Alarm
to temporarily disable the horn control lines and/or the
fire controls
– 1st key actuation disable horn control lines
– 2nd key actuation disable controls
– 3rd key actuation disable both
– 4th key actuation enable both
to temporary disable the contacts RT-Alarm and/or RTFault
– 1st key actuation disable RT-Fault
– 2nd key actuation disable RT-Alarm
– 3rd key actuation disable both
– 4th key actuation enable both
– to de-activate or activate the sounder
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5.3.4
Zone indicators and keys
Zone key
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Zone LED red
Zone LED yellow
Possible operating states
LED zone red
LED zone yellow
zone
Alarm unacknowledged
fast
-st
1 Alarm acknowledged
slow
-Sub sequent alarm acknowlon
-edged (Alarm active)
Fault line break or line short 2)
-fast
Zone disabled
-- 1)
on
Zone in mode detector Test
-slow
Zone in mode detector Test with on ≤10s
slow
temporary alarm activation
1) state disabled does not apply for line short alarms (option 2 step 10) if option 4 step 15 is programmed
2) Fire detection might be affected when a fault condition appears. The fault shall be repaired within
a short time.
Possible action with key zone
st
1 activation
nd
2 activation
nd
2 activation
and additionally
≤ 2 s activation of numeric key 4
rd
3 activation
Auxiliary functions with key
‘zone’
Hold numeric key 1 followed by
pressing key zone
Hold numeric key 2 followed by
pressing key zone
Function
zone is disabled
Result / subsequent function
Detector line set to 0 V
zone LED yellow = on
zone is set to mode detector
zone LED yellow = slow
test, allows to test each detector test-alarm activated:
via test alarm on site
detector alarm indicator on
zone LED red = on
automatic Reset of test alarm
after 10s
zone is set to mode detector test Same as above but
and additionally
additionally
 sounder control lines are
mode walk test is active
activated for 3 s with each
test-alarm
to enable zone
detector line in normal operation
Function
Result / subsequent function
set zone to Alarm
(Alarm simulation)
 Alarm is initiated according to
to set zone to Fault
(Fault simulation)
the setting of zone parameter
 normal Alarm processing
 Fault is initiated
 normal Fault processing
Except:
 simulated zone Fault must be
Reset
In alarm state is the function of all zone keys are blocked.
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5.4
Event processing
5.4.1
Alarm
The processing of alarm events is programmable mainly to prevent the unnecessary turnout of fire department for minor incidents. It involves personnel in the
alarming sequence and relies on the operating mode manned. The system has to
be run in operating mode manned as long as the responsible personnel is present.
Mode manned has to be de-activated if the responsible personnel leaves the building.
Programmable parameters
Zone type
 via timer V1/V2 in mode manned ; for detectors
 direct ; for manual call point, sprinkler alarms, etc.
 internal ; for non-fire-events, e.g. technical alarm
Timer for detector zones in mode manned
 range of V1 0.5 ... 4min; time to acknowledge the system before RT-Alarm is initiated
 range of V2 2 ... 6min; time to investigate the fire incident before RT-Alarm is initiated
5.4.2
Fault
The timer V1 is also valid for RT-Fault. If the reported Fault is acknowledged before V1 has expired then the contact RT-Fault will not be triggered.
5.4.3
Processing diagram
Zone type ‘intern’
Zone type ‘via timer V1/V2’
Zone type ‘direct’
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
none fire zone
fire detector zone
mode ‘manned’
no influence
fire detector zone
mode ‘manned’
mode ‘unmanned’
state ‘ALARM 0’
ALARM
FAULT
FAULT
manual call point zone
mode ‘manned’
mode ‘unmanned’
or not used
mode ‘manned’
no influence
• activate next call point
or
state ‘ALARM 1’
•
•
•
•
• buzzer activated
• sounders activated
• zone output activated
buzzer activated (continuous)
sounders activated
zone output activated
start timer ‘V1’
Processing ‘system fault’
state ’ FAULT’
• buzzer activated (pulsating)
• start timer ‘V1’
• press key
‘cancel alarm delay’
V1 expired ?
‘V1’
V1 expired ?
‘V1’
acknowledged ?
acknowledged ?
local FAULT
Start timer ‘V2’
minor incident ?
fire ?
Decision
remains until fault is
removed or reset
• activate next call point
or
• press key
‘cancel alarm delay’
V2 expired ?
state ‘ALARM 2’
Reset
• Buzzer & sounders (re-) activated
• control lines(re-) activated
• contact RT-Alarm activated
state ‘RT-FAULT’
• buzzer activated
• contact 'RT-FAULT' activated
If all zones are set to zone type direct or internal then mode manned cannot be activated.
Alarm 0: The activated mode for the monitored control lines are programmed in to step 5.
Only the monitored control lines will be aktivated, which are programmed to "Alarm 1" in step 5.
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6
Commissioning
6.1
Procedure
Work to be done before commissioning
 installation of detector lines must be completed
 the connection of all detector bases and manual call points must be tested
 control unit must be mounted
 inscription stripes must be labeled and inserted
 all accessories must be available on site
 mains supply voltage must be available
 list of all field devices with clear geographical location must be available
Check electronic hardware
 check position of all jumpers and DIP switches
 connect detection lines or terminate with EOL
 connect control lines or terminate with EOL
 check whether the EOL is connected at the last detector, manual call point or
horn of each line
 remove mains fuse inside the control unit
DANGER
Exteranl voltage
 connect mains supply line according to the local mains voltage
– check mains fuse and earth connection
 place battery (but do not connect)
 insert mains fuse
 connect battery
Commissioning
 check the correct functioning of the system
 remove possible faults
 set the individual user functions as required and fill out log sheet
 initiate lamp test and check all LED
 test each operating key for correct functioning
 test all detectors, manual call points, horn control lines and remote transmission
facility, see chapter Testing peripheral devices
The commissioning work is completed if
 the alarm processing of each zone is individually tested
 all detectors, manual call points, horn control lines and remote transmission facility have been tested and function correct
 the log sheet of user functions is completely filled out
 the system is set to normal operation and all system parts are enabled
 no fault message is reported
 the buzzer is enabled (jumper on mainboard)
 temporary operating access is removed (jumper on mainboard)
 fill in the external product sticker with the correct information and stick it on cover
The system can now be handed over the customer
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6.2
Testing peripheral devices
Procedure
Testing smoke detectors with DZ1193 or RE6
1. Set zone to mode detector test
2. Place testing unit on detector head
3. Wait until LED at detector head is on
4. Remove testing unit
- automatic Reset of test alarm after 10 s
5. Set zone to mode normal operation
Testing heat detectors RE6T
1. Set zone to mode detector test
2. Place testing unit on detector head and turn on
heater
3. Wait until LED at detector head is on
4. Remove testing unit
– automatic Reset of test alarm after 10 s
5. Set zone to mode normal operation
Testing manual call points
1. Set zone to mode detector test
2. Depending on type of call point, insert test key
or open cover to activate
3. Wait until LED is on
4. Remove test key or close door
- automatic Reset of test alarm after 10 s
5. Set zone to mode normal operation
Testing horn control lines
 Initiate horn test with key at the control unit
 Check whether the sound intensity is correct
Testing fire controls
 Make sure that the activation causes no dam-
age to any building equipment
 Activate each fire control by initiating a real
alarm and check whether the fire control functions are correct
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7
Configuration
7.1
Programming user functions
There are 23 programmable user functions (options) allocated to 14 programming
steps.
 Change the programming only if the preset default functions do not fulfil the local
requirements.
1
1
2
2
3
4
3
5
6
1
2
9
10
1
3
4
11
12
2
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
16
3
4
4
7
Procedure to enter programming mode / Access Level 3
1. Set system to state non-alarm and provide operating access
2. Hold key (3) and press numeric keys (7) 1, 4, 2, 4, 2, 3, 2, 1 one after the other
3. Check continuous flash up of LED block (1); indicates mode programming
Procedure to exit programming mode
1. Press numeric keys (7) 1 and 4 simultaneously
– automatic timeout if no further key is pressed for more than 4min
2. Check if continuous flashing of LED block (1) has stopped
Poll checksum
In order to find out whether the user functions have been changed since the last
visit of the service engineer.
1. Set system to mode programming (LED 1 = on)
2. Press numeric keys (7) 2 and 3 simultaneously
3. Read out LED sequence (4) within 10 s (only possible once within programming
sequence)
– LED 1 and 8 are flashing slowly; indicating state checksum
– write sequence of LED 2 to 7 into the checksum list
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Set user functions to factory default settings
The user functions of all programming steps can be set to factory default values
with one operation.
1. Disconnect mains and battery
2. Press and hold numeric keys (7) 1, 2, 3, 4 simultaneously followed by reconnecting mains
– LED block (1) starts flashing
3. Release numeric keys (7)
4. Press numeric keys (7) 1, 2, 3, 4 simultaneously again
– LED block (1) stops flashing and double beep of buzzer occurs
– System is now set to default
5. Reconnect battery
Note:
For factory default settings
 see under Log sheet for programmed user functions
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7.2
Programming steps
1
1
2
2
3
4
3
5
6
1
2
9
10
1
3
4
11
12
2
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
16
3
4
4
7
The selected programming steps are indicated by the LED block
– For programming steps 1 to 8 flashes the corresponding LED,
– For programming steps 9 to 16 blinks the corresponding LED.
The setting of an option can be selected with the zone keys (6) and is indicated
with the corresponding red and yellow LED (5).
Select a programming step
 press key (3) to move upwards
 press key (2) to move downwards
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Programming steps
LED
on
STEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
flashing
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Define function
Timer V1
Timer V2
Processing of zone Alarm (zone type)
LED activation mode
 LED Remote transmission
 LED Alarm
 LED System part disabled on mode manned
 Resound or not on new alarm
Activation mode of control lines 1 - 2
Measures against false alarms
 alarm verification
 zone disabled in mode manned
Control lines on Alarm
Special zone parameters
 behavior on immediate Alarm after Reset
 function of zone control outputs
Not used
Detector line evaluation on line short or line break
Cross-zoning
Access code (password)
 operating access
Special PMI parameters
 reminder beep on fault and system part disabled
 Fault messages to be Reset
Not used
Special parameters
 external Acknowledge and Reset
 zones with special disabling procedure
 Remote transmission on operating access
 all zones with option 1 in step 3 react like option 4
Programmable control input
Do not assign functions cross zoning (step 11) and alarm verification (step 6) simultaneously to the
same zone!
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7.3
Programmable functions within a Step
1
1
2
2
3
4
3
5
6
1
2
9
10
1
3
4
11
12
2
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
16
3
4
4
7
Procedure
1. Select the desired step with key (2) or (3)
2. Press the zone keys (6) as many times until the desired option is indicated with
the corresponding zone LED (5) according to the tables below.
7.3.1
Step 1, timer V1
Option
Setting
Key
Function: Timer V1 on alarm or fault in mode manned
1
0.5 min.
zone 1
2
1 min.
3
2 min.
4
3 min.
zone 2
5
4 min.
7.3.2
LED zone 1
red
yellow
LED zone 2
red
yellow
Default off
on
on
on
on
Step 2, timer V2
Option
Setting
Key
Function: Timer V2 on alarm or fault in mode manned
1
2 min.
zone 1
2
3 min.
3
4 min.
4
5 min.
zone 2
5
6 min.
Warning
LED zone 1
red
yellow
LED zone 2
red
yellow
Default off
on
on
on
on
EN54-2 requires that the time V1 + V2 is no longer than 10 min.
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7.3.3
Step 3, zone processing on alarm
Option
Setting
Function: Zone alarm processing (zone type)
1
via timer V1/V2
2
direct (timer bypassed) 1)
3
Alarm 0 (internal) 1)
- RT and timer V1/V2 not initiated
- Horn activated (unless disengaged in step 7)
4
via timer V1/V2, but call points always initiate
Alarm 2 (direct)
 see also chapter 5.2.4, manual call point
detection
1)
7.3.4
Key
LED zone 1 - x
Red
yellow
Zone 1 - x
Default off
on
on
on
If all zones are set to direct or internal, the function manned/unmanned is disabled.
Step 4, activation mode of LED
Option
Setting
Key
Function: Activation of LED remote transmission
1
on RT-Alarm only
zone 1
2
on RT-Alarm and RT-Fault
Function: Flashing mode of LED Alarm
3
alternating while V1/V2 run
zone 1
4
simultaneously on unacknowledged
alarms
Function: LED system part disabled
5
off in mode manned
zone 2
6
on in mode manned (Default)
Function: Resound or not on new alarm
7
Resound sounders on new alarm
8
7.3.5
on
LED zone 1
Red
yellow
LED zone 2
Red
yellow
Default off
on
Default off
on
off
Default
on
zone 2 +
key 5
Default
off
on
No resound on new alarm
Step 5, activation mode of control lines
Option
Setting
Function: Activation mode of control lines
1
continuous on Alarm 1 and 2
2
continuous on Alarm 1
pulsating on Alarm 2
3
pulsating on Alarm 1
continuous on Alarm 2
4
pulsating on Alarm 1 and 2
5
continuous on Alarm 1
not activated with Alarm 2
6
pulsating on Alarm 1
not activated with Alarm 2
7
not activated with Alarm 1
continuous on Alarm 2
8
not activated with Alarm 1
pulsating on Alarm 2
9
don't use
10
don't use
11
continuous on RT-Alarm
– same facility as RT-Alarm
12
continuous on Alarm 1 and 2
– same facility as driver output (fire controls)
13
continuous on Alarm 2
– same facility as driver output (fire controls)
Key
LED zone 1 – 2
Red
yellow
zone 1 = control line 1
zone 2 = control line 2
Default off
on
slow
fast
on
on
slow
on
on
slow
slow
slow
on
fast
fast
on
on
slow
fast
Option 1 to 13 active until reset
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7.3.6
Step 6, prevent false alarm
Option
Setting
Function: Zone with alarm verification
1
no alarm verification
2
Alarm only if second Alarm within 60 s
1st alarm = automatic Reset with short flash up of zone
LED
Function: Zone disabled in mode manned
3
not disabled
4
disabled as long as mode manned is active
7.3.7
LED zone 1 - x
Red
yellow
zone 1 - x
Default off
on
zone 1 - x
Default off
on
Step 7, control lines on alarm
Option
Setting
Function: Zone with not activated control lines on Alarm
1
both control lines activated
2
both control lines not activated
3
control line 1 not activated
4
control line 2 not activated
7.3.8
Key
Key
LED zone 1 - x
Red
yellow
zone 1 - x
Default off
on
on
on
on
Key
LED zone 1 - x
Red
yellow
zone 1 - x
Default off
on
zone 1 - x
Default off
Step 8, special zone parameters
Option
Setting
Function: Behavior on Alarm immediately after Reset
1
renewed Alarm
2
alarm < 15 s after Reset initiates line Fault
Function: Driver output per zone
3
active if zone is on Alarm
– remains until Reset
4
active if zone is on Alarm, Fault, Disabled or Test
– remains until Reset or state inactive
7.3.9
Step 9, not used
7.3.10
Step 10, detector line short or break
Option
Setting
Function: Zone state self-hold on Alarm
1
state line short / break = Fault
2
state line short = Alarm 2
state line break = Fault
3
state line break = Alarm 2
state line short = Fault
4
state line short = Alarm 1 1)
state line break = Fault
on
Key
LED zone 1 - x
Red
yellow
zone 1 - x
Default off
on
on
on
on
1) When unmanned Alarm 2
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7.3.11
Step 11, cross zoning
Option
Setting
Key
LED zone 1 - x
Red
yellow
Function: Zone pair in cross-zoning on alarm
zone A+B Default off
1
no cross-zoning
2
cross-zoning type 1
on
– zone A or B = no Alarm *
– zone A + B = Alarm 1
on
3
cross-zoning type 2
– zone A or B = Alarm 1
– zone A + B = Alarm 2
4
cross-zoning type 3
–
on
on
– zone A or B = Alarm 0 (internal alarm)
– zone A + B = Alarm 1
Remark: Only possible with defined zone pairs 1 + 2 up to. 3 + 4 Named in table with A and B.
Procedure:
1. Hold zone key A then press zone key B
– Type 1 is now selected (red LED on both zones are lit)
2. Hold zone key A then press zone key B
– Type 2 is now selected (yellow LED on both zones are lit)
3. Hold zone key A then press zone key B
– Type 3 is now selected (red and yellow LED on both zones are lit)
4. Hold zone key A then press zone key B
– No cross zoning selected (no zone LED lit)
* No Alarm: Only zone LED and buzzer are activated.
7.3.12
Step 12, access code
Option
Setting
Key
Function: Password to provide operating access (level 2)
1
basic access code (4, 2, 3, 3) defined
zone 1
2
individual access code
Procedure:
1. enter code by pressing key 1 to 4 in
the desired sequence then press key
zone 1
– red LED flashing
1. repeat same input sequence and
press key zone 1 again (confirm code)
– red LED now turns to on
– yellow LED on = code not accepted
(repeat procedure)
3
no access code required
zone
(access via key switch)
1+2
Note:
7.3.13
LED zone 1
Red
Yellow
LED zone 2
Red
yellow
Default off
on
on
on
Access is permanently provided if jumper PU9 is set on mainboard (override of access
code)
Step 13, special PMI parameters
Option
Setting
Key
LED zone 1
Red
Yellow
Function: Reminder beep (Buzzer) upon Fault and System part disabled
zone 1
1
no reminder beep
Default off
on
2
reminder beep activated
(beep of 1s every 4 minutes)
Function: Operating access to key Acknowledge
3
Faults must not be reset
zone 2
4
Faults must be reset
LED zone 2
Red
yellow
Default off
on
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7.3.14
Step 14, not used
7.3.15
Step 15, special parameters
Option
LED zone 1
LED zone 2
red
yellow
red yellow
Function: Acknowledge and Reset from external blocked during RT alarm active
1
not blocked
Default off
zone 1
2
blocked
on
Function: Zones set to option 2 in step 10 with special disabling procedure
3
not activated
Default off
zone 1
4
alarm on line short even if zone is disabled
on
Function: RT-Fault and RT-Alarm disabled if state operating access is provided
5
not disabled
Default off
zone 2
6
disabled
on
Function: All zones with option 1 in step 3 react like option 4
7
not activated
Default off
zone 2
8
activated
on
7.3.16
Setting
Key
Step 16, programmable control input
Option
Setting
Function: Programmable control input
1
initiate Fault remote transmission device
2
provide operating access
3
initiate state Evacuation 1)
4
disable RT-Alarm + RT-Fault
5
de-activate mode manned (pulse)
6
initiate mode manned
Key
zone 1
LED zone 1
red
yellow
LED zone 2
red yellow
Default off
on
on
on
zone 2
on
on
on
Options 1 to 4 and 6: active as long as positive potential is applied
1) Evacuation will be activated even if jumper evacuation is set to off
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7.4
Log sheet for programmed user functions
Installation: ……………………………………………………………………………
Basic programming steps
Programming steps and functions
Individual settings of a selected pre-setting
Timer V1
Timer V2
Processing of zone Alarm (zone type)
Factory default setting
1
1
1
LED activation mode
LED Remote transmission
LED Alarm
LED System part disabled on mode manned
No Resound or not on new alarm
Activation mode of control lines 1 – 2
1
3
6
7
1
………………
………………
………………
………………
Line 1, option: ………………
Line 2, option: ………………
1
3
1
active zone ………………….
active zone ………………….
Option 1, zone: …………….
Option 2, zone: …………….
Option 3, zone: …………….
Option 4, zone: …………….
 behavior on immediate Alarm after Reset
1
 function of zone control outputs
3
Option 1, zone: …………….
Option 2, zone: …………….
Option 3, zone: …………….
Option 4, zone: …………….
9
10
Not used
Detector line evaluation on line short or line
break
1
11
Cross-zoning
1
1
2
3
4




5
6
Measures against false alarms
 alarm verification
 zone disabled in mode manned
7
8
12
Control lines on Alarm
Special zone parameters
14
15
16
Option 1, zone: …………….
Option 2, zone: …………….
Option 3, zone: …………….
Option 4, zone: …………….
Option 1, zone: …………….
Option 2, zone: …………….
Option 3, zone: …………….
Access code (password)
 operating access
13
min : …………………
min : …………………
Option 1, zone: …………….
Option 2, zone: …………….
Option 3, zone: …………….
Option 4, zone: …………….
Special PMI parameters
 reminder beep on fault and system part disabled
 Fault messages to be Reset
Not used
Special parameters
 external Acknowledge and Reset
 zones with special disabling procedure
 Remote transmission on operating access
 all zones with option 1 in step 3 react like
option 4
Programmable control input
1
………………
1
………………
3
………………
1
3
5
7
………………
………………
………………
………………
1
………………
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7.5
Checksum
Checksum to fill in when programming is completed
Date of last changes
LED 2 on LED 3 on LED 4 on LED 5 on LED 6 on LED 7 on Remarks
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Maintenance
8
Maintenance
8.1
General
The fire detection installation requires only little maintenance work. It has a high
degree of self monitoring, such as
 detectors monitored on presence, lines on wire break and short circuit
 call points monitored on broken glass, lines on wire break and short circuit
 control lines monitored on wire break and short circuit
 battery monitored on presence and capacity
 permanent system checking by watchdog function
 programmed user functions are stored in FLASH-memory
8.2
Recommended system performance checks
We recommend the following schedule for the system performance checks. However, possible local national regulations have priority.
Alarm organization
Performance checks






Check the functioning of delay times V1 and V2
Verify switchover mode manned to unmanned and vice versa manually
Activate automatic detectors while system is set to mode unmanned
Activate automatic detectors while system is set to mode manned
Activate manual call points
Check activation of remote transmission equipment
Interval in years
1
2
5
X
X
X
X
X
X
Alarm horn
Performance checks
 Activate alarm horn test and check all acoustic alarm devices
Interval in years
1
2
5
X
Detector network
Performance checks
 Activate one detector within each line and verify zone assignment and
Interval in years
1
2
5
X
parameters
 Check all detectors and call points visually
 Activate all detectors and manual call points
 Check each detection line whether a short circuit or open line activates a
fault
 Overhaul all automatic detectors at the factory
– at latest after 5 years in clean environment, otherwise earlier
X
X
X
X
Refer also to the corresponding detector manuals
Fire control installations
Performance checks
 Check activation of each fire control relay
 Check correctness of each shutdown operation
Interval in years
1
2
5
X
X
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Maintenance
Operating panel
Performance checks
Clean front panel with mild soap
- do not use aggressive or abrasive solvents
Activate lamp test
Check correctness and readability of the inscription stripes
Check key-click of each key
Check access facility
Interval in years
1
2
5
X
X
X
X
X
Inside control unit
Performance checks
Check earth connections
Visual check of battery
Remove dust
Interval in years
1
2
5
X
X
X
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Trouble shooting
9
Trouble shooting
9.1
Interpretation of fault LED flashing
LED
LED
1
2
7
8
3
4
9
10
5
11
12
13
6
14
1
2
3
4
LED
2
LED flashing
Fault
10
Earth Fault
11
Power Fault
Flashing fast
15
17
Cause / Action to be taken
There is a fault in the system
 check if there is another fault LED flashing, if not
 check if control input Fault is activated
Any part of the system has a leakage to earth
 Remove one external line (detector line etc.) after the other
until the fault disappears, then repair the defective line
 if no external line has a leakage to earth replace mainboard
Battery is disconnected or low
 Replace battery
Flashing slow
12
System Fault
13
Alarm horn Fault
14
Fire controls fault
flashing fast
15
Remote transmission fault
RT-Alarm
flashing fast
23
Yellow LED
zone x
Fault zone
Mains supply is missing (after delay has expired)
 Check internal fuse or external mains breaker
The microcomputer has failed (system not working)
 Switch power off and restart, if fault continues replace mainboard
There is a fault in the horn control lines
 Check line whether a short circuit or break or missing/defective
EOL
There is a fault on a monitored control line (programmed in step 5
to option 12 or 13)
Check line for a short circuit or break or missing/defective EOL
Remote transmission device is on Fault
 Check remote transmission device
There is a fault on a monitored control line (programmed in step 5
to option 11)
Check line for a short circuit or break or missing/defective EOL
There is a fault in zone number x
 Check whether any detector head is removed
 Check line for short circuit or break or missing/defective EOL
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Components and spare parts
10
Components and spare parts
10.1
Components
Type
FC1002-A
FC1002-B
FC1002-C
FC1004-A
FC1004-B
FC1004-C
10.2
10.3
Part number
S54380-C2-A1
S54380-C2-A10
S54380-C2-A20
S54380-C3-A1
S54380-C3-A10
S54380-C3-A20
Description
control unit 2 zones
control unit 2 zones GB
control unit 2 zones Nordic
control unit 4 zones
control unit 4 zones GB
control unit 4 zones Nordic
Type
Z3B171
FCA1007
Part number
4843830001
A6E60500026
Description
fire control relay 1 contact 250 VDC/10 A
kit key switch
FA2003-A1
A5Q00019353
FA2003-A1 battery 12 V, 7 Ah, VDS
Remarks
Accessories
Remarks
incl. mounting instruction
Spare parts
Power supply
Type
FCP1002
FCA1016
Part number
S54390-N12-A1
S54400-B90-A1
Description
Transformer 2/4 zones
Battery holder for 7 Ah batteries
Remarks
Part number
S54380-C8-A1
S54380-C9-A1
A6E60500027
Description
Mainboard 2 zone
Mainboard 4 zone
Line card GB
Remarks
Part number
A6E60500031
A6E60500033
A6E60500032
Description
EOL resistor 3.9 kΩ (dedector line)
EOL element GB
EOL element control line
Remarks
(set of 10 pieces)
(set of 10 pieces)
(set of 10 pieces)
Description
Cover with PMI 2 zone
Cover with PMI 4 zone
Universal accessory bag
Remarks
Electronic cards
Type
FCM1002
FCM1004
FCA1007-B
EOL
Type
FCE1001
FCE1003-B
FCE1002
Cabinet cover
Type
FCH1002
FCH1004
FCA1013
Part number
A6E60500035
A6E60500036
A6E60500068
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Disposal and environmental protection
11
Disposal and environmental protection
11.1
General
The customer is in charge of the disposal of Siemens fire detection systems. In
case of any uncertainty relative to the disposal process, which might cause danger
to people or to the environment, please consult the Technical Customer Service of
Siemens Building Technologies AG.
The putting out of service and disposal of a system must be communicated to Siemens Building Technologies AG.
11.2
Disposal
DANGER
Prior to the disposal the system must be put out of service by the Technical
Customer Service of Siemens Building Technologies AG. The system must be
disconnected from the power supply – otherwise serious bodily injury or even
danger to life could result!
Function units
The following modules should be particularly taken into consideration:
 Batteries
 Electronic modules (control units, all detectors)
 Switching cabinets
Disposal regulations
With regard to the disposal of the Siemens fire detection system, local and regional
regulations and guidelines must be taken into account.
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Siemens Swizterland Ltd
Industry Sector
Building Technologies Division
International Headquarters
Gubelstrasse 22
6301 Zug, Switzerland
Tel. +41 41 - 724 24 24
© Siemens Switzerland Ltd 2004-2010
Data and design subject to change without notice.
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