QP Family Fire Alarm Control Panel
FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
QP Family
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Operating Manual
Model # QP112,QP212,QP412
HORING LIH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD
Descriptions
1
2
3
15
5
17
16
13
12
Silence
Evacuate
Reset
QP112
14
1
Zone1
7
Zone1
11
10
Sounder
4
ON
Zone2
Fire
9
3
Power
2
8
Fault
5Sounder
Fault
6
Night Mode
Zone2
12
Relay
Buzzer
Fault
13
Reset
Evacuate
14
Q P 212
1
2
Fault
5 Sounder
Power
20Lamp
3 ON 18AC 19DC
Fault
21+24V AUX 22Disabled
6
Night Mode
23
24
9
11
10
Sounder
Buzzer
12
Relay
14
Evacuate
13
Reset
Q P 412
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Descriptions
1. Fire Alarm Indicator : A red light indicates the Fire Alarm Control Panel has
received a fire signal.
2. Fault Indicator : A yellow light indicates a fault in the fire alarm system.
3. Power ON : A green light indicates the Fire Alarm Control Panel is in normal
condition.
4. Power Fault :
a. When the input alternating current supply has the breaking of contact
malfunction, this lamp signal shines that is yellow light.
‘s battery wire has short cut or when the breaking
b. As Fire Alarm Control Panel
of contact shines the lamp signal that is flash yellow light.
5. Sounder Fault : A yellow light indicates a short circuit or wire-break to the
sounder.
6. Night mode : When the“Night Mode”LED is light ON, it means panel is
reconfirming the alarm signal from detector, LED light will OFF after 7 seconds
confirmation. The panel will activate Fire condition if signal is confirmed.
7. Zone Alarm Indicator : A red light indicates the Fire Alarm Control Panel has
received a fire signal from this zone.
8. Zone Fault Indicator : A steady yellow light indicates the Fire Alarm Control
Panel has received a signal that a zone has short circuit or disconnection.
9. Sounder Switch :
a. (silence) When press switch once, LED ON and disable the sounder output.
b. (normal) When press switch twice, panel will back to normal status.
10. Buzzer Switch :
a. (temporary silence - LED steady ON) When press switch once, LED ON and
disable the sounder output, any new incoming fire or fault signal will enable
the buzzer and LED will OFF.
b. (long silence - LED flash) When press switch twice, LED flash and disable the
buzzer output, any new incoming fire or fault signal will not enable the
buzzer.
c. (normal) When press switch three times, panel will back to normal status.
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Descriptions
11. Relay Switch : Pressing this switch will disable the fire and fault relay output.
12. Evacuate Switch : When presses down the switch the system will generate a
panel alarm.
13. Reset Switch : Press this switch resets the panel, LED lights ON for 5 seconds and
then return to normal status.
**Note : Reset will be allowed when all outputs have been silenced (QP112).
14. Keyswitch : The keyswitch is enable or disable switch button.
15. Fault/AC/DC : When working voltage is supplied only by battery or AC power, the
LED will light ON and buzzer will active.
16. Check/Switch : The light will ON When any switch is in use.
17. Silence Switch : Presses down this switch to silence the panel buzzer and sounder
output.
18. AC Fault : A yellow light indicates a break in the AC power supply, the buzzer will
sound as well.
19. DC Fault : A yellow light indicates battery has fault, the buzzer will sound as well.
20. Lamp Fault : A yellow light indicates Lamp output is faulty.
21. +24V AUX Fault :
a. light up when +24V AUX fault.
b. LED will flash at Resistor Mode.
22. Disable : Light up when any zone output is switch OFF.
23. Z1、Z2、Z3、Z4 :
a. Red LED ON when fire is detected.
b. Yellow LED ON when zone is open or short.
c. Red LED flashes when relay is OFF.
d. At Resistor Mode, the LED is ON when EOL resistor is connected.
24. Z1、Z2、Z3、Z4 switch :
a. Press this switch to disable output when fire is detected.
b. In Resistor Mode, press this switch to connect EOL resistor.
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Descriptions
QP112
11112-1
F3
F2 F1
27
BT +
26
ACV
J6
J4
25. F1 : Sounder Output Fuse (1A)
26. F2 : Lamp(+24V Output) Fuse (1A)
27. F3 : DC Power Fuse (2A)
28. D32 : Zone Open LED
29. D33 : Zone Short LED
L
11112-2
31
F1
E
N
ON
OFF
30
30. AC Power Switch
31. F1 : AC Power Fuse (2A)
4
25
D32 28
D33 29
Descriptions
QP212
11212-2
34
35
ON
1 2
36
9
F3 33
32
ON
OFF
32. F3 : Battery Fuse (1A)
33. Battery Switch
34. Ground Fault Indicator :
When the input and the output contact line occurs with the cabinet or the earth
has the short cut condition, lamp signal shines in this time that is yellow light.
35. Auto Reset DIP Switch :
When the switch to“ 1“ position is under auto reset mode, this feature is for one
man work test.
36. Nigh Mode DIP Switch :
When the switch to“ 2“position is under night mode.
L
11112-2
38
F1
E
N
ON
OFF
37
37. AC Power Switch
38. F1 : AC Power Fuse (2A)
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Descriptions
QP412
11412-2
+
43
40
45
ON
F5
39 1
ON
1 2
41
F3
ON
OFF
F6
42
44
46
開說明:
39. Resistor Mode:
Set the switch to ON, +24V AUX LED will flash. Press Z1、Z2、Z3、Z4 and
Sounder will set internal EOL resistor with LED ON.
40. Day/Night Mode:
Set the switch to ON, the Night Mode LED will ON. When fire is detected, Night
Mode LED will flash 5 seconds and then reset the panel. If fire still detected, the
panel will issue alarm.
41. Auto Reset Mode:
Press it for detector resettable feature, panel will release fire alarm when signal
is disappear.
42. Battery Switch
43. Buzzer:
Intermitted sound when fault, continuous sound when fire.
44. F3 : LAMP Fuse (2A)
45. F5 : Battery Power Fuse (2A)
46. F6 : +24V Fuse (2A)
L
11112-2
48
F1
E
N
ON
OFF
47
47. AC Power Switch
48. F1 : AC Power Fuse (2A)
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Wiring Diagram's Description
QP112
24V DC
24V DC
4.7k Terminal
4.7k Terminal
To Relay To Relay
Output
Output
Device 1 Device 2
+ - + LAMP SD
COM
NC NO COM NC NO
FIRE RELAY
P
470
L1 GND
L
L1
E
N
11112-2
Typical wiring arrangements for detector and sounder circuits.
PANEL ZONE
TERMINALS
TYPICAL ZONE LOOP CIRCUIT
Call points wired before detectors - detector base diodes not needed
CALL POINT
CALL POINT
DETECTOR
DETECTOR
Ln
CPR
EOLR
CPR
GND
NEVER SPUR - LOOP
EOLR = End of Line Resistor 4.7k
CPR = Call Point Resistor
(470-680 - Usually supplied with call point)
ZONE LOOP CIRCUIT - With mixed order call points and detectors
PANEL ZONE
TERMINALS
(Detector bases fitted with continuity diodes, and negative conection linked out)
DETECTOR
CALL POINT
Ln
GND
-
DETECTOR
CPR
+
ELECTRIC
Method of Area Bell Wiring
24V DC
SD
EOLR
EOLR = End of Line Resistor 4.7k
It is equipped with one set of Area Bells in the Control Panel , when wiring to
sole group Area Bell wiring must pay attention in the terminal and connects the
resistance in a terminal electricity group. In order to avoid the Area Bell have the
malfunction, please installs the resistance 4.7K ohm in the contact place when
the area bell contact is not used.
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Wiring Diagram's Description
QP212/QP412
24V DC
24V DC
4.7k Terminal
4.7k Terminal
24V DC
Output
+ - + - + +24V LAMP SD
To Fault
Relay
Output
Device
COM
To Fire
Relay
Output
Device
NC NO COM NC NO
RELAY
470
P
To Fire Relay Output Device
L1 GND L2 NO COM NO COM
Z1
Z2
L1
L2
11112-2
RELAY
L
E
N
AC Power-Supply's Connection
L
AC
E
N
Separately meets the AC power-supply wiring to the termination to on chart
contact L and N. To meet the ground connection on chart contact the AC power
source E. Because each place district conference has the different alternating
voltage, Therefore please informs voltage value you need when purchase.
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Wiring Diagram's Description
QP212/QP412
Typical wiring arrangements for detector and sounder circuits.
PANEL ZONE
TERMINALS
TYPICAL ZONE LOOP CIRCUIT
Call points wired before detectors - detector base diodes not needed
CALL POINT
DETECTOR
Ln
CPR
EOLR
CPR
COM
CALL POINT
NEVER SPUR - LOOP
EOLR = End of Line Resistor 4.7k
CPR = Call Point Resistor
(470-680 - Usually supplied with call point)
ZONE LOOP CIRCUIT - With mixed order call points and detectors
(Detector bases fitted with continuity diodes, and negative conection linked out)
PANEL ZONE
TERMINALS
DETECTOR
DETECTOR
Ln
CPR
COM
-
EOLR
CPR
CALL POINT
CALL POINT
+
ELECTRIC
Method of Area Bell Wiring
24V DC
EOLR
SD
EOLR = End of Line Resistor 4.7k
It is equipped with one set of Area Bells in the Control Panel , when wiring to sole
group Area Bell wiring must pay attention in the terminal and connects the
resistance in a terminal electricity group. In order to avoid the Area Bell have the
malfunction, please installs the resistance 4.7K ohm in the contact place when the
area bell contact is not used.
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Troubleshooting
QP112
PERMANENT MAINS / BATTERY FAULT
1. Check the MAINS ON light is lit. If not, check the mains supply and fuse
(adjacent the transformer).
2. Check the battery supply (RED lead to +Ve terminal, BLACK lead to -Ve terminal).
If the battery leads have been connected the wrong way round the battery fuse
(F3) will blow, however a permanent power fault may have been caused and
CANNOT be reset.
3. Check 24 Volt batteries of the relevant size are connected in series.
4. Check the wiring is connected properly to 11112-1-J4.
5. Check the transformer leads are pushed on to the tags on the transformer
properly.
6. If the MAINS ON & FAULT /AC/DC lights are still lit, the batteries are either over
discharged or have failed - try a new pair, even new batteries can fail.
If the batteries are completely discharged or if they are inferior but still working, the
battery fault circuit will still show a fault – check this using new batteries. Please note
that a fully charged 24 Volt battery will measure 25 to 28 Volts.
A battery measuring less than 21 Volts that has been charged from the panel for more
than 10 minutes is unlikely to recharge properly and should be replaced. The battery
monitoring circuit will show a FAULT /AC/DC, which, if it does not cease, means that
the batteries are faulty.
If good but completely discharged cells are used the FAULT /AC/DC light may stay on
for several minutes until the battery obtains sufficient charge.
MANUAL CALL POINTS, HEAT DETECTORS, OR SMOKE DETECTORS TRIGGER, BUT
‘T CAUSE A FIRE CONDITION.
DON
Either the wrong value call point resistor has been fitted in series at the call point
or detector or a resistor is already fitted inside . If you have fitted a resistor try shorting
it out and re-testing the device. Check the panel is OK, by removing the detector
wiring and then re-inserting the End of Line Resistor into the terminals to give a
normal condition.Then simulate a fire condition on the zone with a 470 to 680 Ohm
resistor. If the zone goes into fire the device under test may be out of specification.
RESET BUTTON DOESN'T RESET THE PANEL FROM FIRE CONDITION
Press SILENCE first.
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Troubleshooting
QP112
RESET BUTTON STILL DOESN'T RESET THE PANEL (PERMANENT FIRE CONDITION)
Either a call point is triggered in which case replace the glass or if an older bi-metal
heat detector has triggered, wait for it to cool down and reset itself. Alternatively a
smoke detector may be faulty and will not unlatch, in which case the LED on the
detector may not be lit, or a call point may have failed in the triggered state. If you
suspect a faulty device then you can only find it by following logical tests. Start by
removing the wiring at the panel and refitting the End of Line Device (EOLD) to prove
the panel is OK. Reconnect the wiring and replace the EOLD on the last device. Then
starting at the end of the line, remove each detector in turn, then press Silence then
Reset. When you reach the faulty device the panel will remain reset.
PERMANENT ZONE FAULT
Disconnect the zone completely and refit the End of Line Device (EOLD) at the
panel. If the fault condition clears then there is a wiring fault. Double check and refit
the wiring and EOLD on the zone and trace the fault with consideration for the type
of fault indicated by the internal Fault leds (11112-1-D32,11112-1-D33).
A common fault is a detector badly seated in a base,which has not properly made
connection. This will show as an open circuit Fault.
PERMANENT SOUNDER FAULT
Check the Sounder fuses (11112-1-F2) on the pcb have not blown and replace if
necessary. If either fuse is blown a sounder fault will show. Check the correct End of
Line Resistors have been fitted. Disconnect the relevant zone from the terminal block
refit the end of line resistor only. If the fault condition clears there is a wiring fault.
Note that the sounders must be polarised.
BUTTONS DON'T WORK
Turn the keyswitch to ON controls and press SILENCE and then RESET. If the fault
persists, check the connection from the keyswitch is seated correctly on pcb plug
(11112-1-J3).
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Troubleshooting
QP212/QP412
PERMANENT MAINS / BATTERY FAULT
1. Check the Power Fault light. If the LED steady ON, check the mains supply AC
power switch (11212-1-SW1/11412-1-SW1) and fuse (1112-2-F1 : adjacent the
ON-OFF Switch).
2. Check the Power Fault light is lit. If the light is flash, check the battery power
switch (11212-1-SW10/11412-1-SW10) and battery supply (RED lead to BT +
terminal, BLACK lead to BT - terminal). If the battery leads have been connected
the wrong way round the battery fuse (11212-1-F3/11412-1-F5) will blow,
however a permanent power fault may have been caused and CANNOT be reset.
3. Check 24 Volt batteries of the relevant size are connected in series.
4. Check the wiring is connected properly to 11212-1-JP18/11412-1-T6.
5. Check the transformer leads are pushed on to the tags on the transformer
properly.
6. If the Fault & Power FAULT lights are still lit and flash, the batteries are either
over discharged or have failed - try a new pair, even new batteries can fail.
If the batteries are completely discharged or if they are inferior but will still working,
the battery fault circuit will still show a fault – check this using new batteries. Please
note that a fully charged 24 Volt battery will measure 25 to 28 Volts.
A battery measuring less than 21 Volts that has been charged from the panel for
more than 10 minutes is unlikely to recharge properly and should be replaced. The
battery monitoring circuit will show a Power Fault, which, if it does not cease, means
that the batteries are faulty.
If good but completely discharged cells are used, the Power Fault light will still flash
for several minutes until the battery obtains sufficient charge.
‘T CAUSE A FIRE CONDITION.
MANUAL CALL POINTS, DETECTORS TRIGGER, BUT DON
Either the wrong value call point resistor has been fitted in series at the call point
or detector or a resistor is already fitted inside. If you have fitted a resistor try shorting
it out and re-testing the device. Check the panel is OK, by removing the detector
wiring and then re-inserting the End of Line Resistor into the terminals to give a
normal condition. Then simulate a fire condition on the zone with a 470 to 680 Ohm
resistor. If the zone goes into fire the device under test may be out of specification.
RESET BUTTON STILL DOESN'T RESET THE PANEL (PERMANENT FIRE CONDITION)
Either a call point is triggered in which case replace the glass or if an older bi-metal
heat detector has triggered, wait for it to cool down and reset itself. Alternatively a
smoke detector may be faulty and will not unlatch, in which case the LED on the
detector may not be lit, or a call point may have failed in the triggered state. If you
suspect a faulty device then you can only find it by following logical tests. Start by
removing the wiring at the panel and refitting the End of Line Device (EOLD) to prove
the panel is OK. Reconnect the wiring and replace the EOLD on the last device. Then
starting at the end of the line, remove each detector in turn, then press Silence then
Reset. When you reach the faulty device the panel will remain reset.
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Troubleshooting
QP212/QP412
PERMANENT ZONE FAULT
Disconnect the zone completely and refit the End of Line Device (EOLD) at the
panel. A common fault is a detector has not properly connected with base.
GROUND FAULT
Check the PCB 11412-D18 light. If the LED steady ON, Check the input and the
output contact line occurs with the cabinet or the earth has the short cut condition.
PERMANENT SOUNDER FAULT
Check the Sounder Fault light is lit. If the LED steady ON, check the correct End of
Line Resistors have been fitted. Disconnect the relevant zone from the terminal block
and refit the end of line resistor only. If the fault condition clears there is a wiring fault.
Note that the sounders must be polarised.
BUTTONS DON'T WORK
Turn the keyswitch to ON controls and press any switch. If the fault persists, check
the connection from the keyswitch is seated correctly on pcb plug 11212-SW12/
11412-SW25.
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Panel Specifications
POWER SPECIFICATION
MAINS SUPPLY VOLTAGE
220Va.c.±10% 50/60 Hz
INTERNAL POWER SUPPLY
27Vd.c. Nominal
TOTAL OUTPUT CRURRENT LIMITED TO (@24Vdc)
QP112 : 1.0A
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT
27Vd.c. Nominal
MAINS SUPPLY MONITORED FOR FAILURE
Yes
BATTERY CHARGE MONITORED FOR FAILURE
Yes
BATTERY MONITORED FOR DISCONNECTION AND FAILURE
Yes
QP212 : 1.2A
QP412 : 2.0A
DETECTOR CIRCUIT SPECIFIATION
NUMBER OF CIRCUITS
1
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR OPEN CIRCUIT
Yes
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR SHORT CIRCUIT
Yes (Can be disable)
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR DETECTOR REMOVAL
Yes, if End of Line Monitor Unit fitted in place of End of Line Resistor
END OF LINE DEVICE
4.7kΩ, 5% Tolerance, 0.25W (Colour code : Yellow, Purple, Red, Gold)
DETECTOR CONTINUITY DIODES
Silicon 1N4001 or Schottky type
CALL POINT RESISTOR VALUE
470Ω to 680Ω , 0.25Watt or 0.5Watt
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SMOKE/HEAT DETECTORS PER ZONE 20 (based on a total detector current of 2mA, each detector
consuming 100uA).
(note : If end of line monitoring unit is fitted, for correct
operation maximum voltage drop must not exceed 12 volts.)
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MANUAL CALL POINTS PER ZONE
No limit
SOUNDER CIRCUIT SPECIFICATION
NUMBER OF CIRCIUTS
1
END OF LINE RESISTOR VALUE
4.7kΩ, 5% Tolerance, 0.25W (Colour code : Yellow, Purple, Red, Gold)
LINE FAULT MONITORED FOR OPEN AND SHORT CIRCUIT
Yes
OUTPUTS FUSED AT
1A
FUSES
FUSES
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK, PCB #11112-2:F1
2.0A T 20mm
SOUNDER OUTPUTS, PCB #11112-1:F1(QP112)
1.0A F 20mm
LAMP +24V OUTPUTS, PCB #11112-1:F2(QP112)
1.0A F 20mm
LAMP +24V OUTPUTS, PCB #11212-1:F4(QP212)
1.0A F 20mm
LAMP +24V OUTPUTS, PCB #11412-1:F3(QP412)
2.0A T 20mm
BATTERY FUSE, PCB #11112-1:F3(QP112)
1.0A F 20mm
BATTERY FUSE, PCB #11212-1:F3(QP212)
1.0A F 20mm
BATTERY FUSE, PCB #11412-1:F5(QP412)
1.0A F 20mm
+24V VOLTAGE OUTPUT PCB #11412-1:F6(QP412)
2.0A T 20mm
DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
ENCLOSURE (WIDTH x HEIGHT x DEPTH)
273 x 203 x 72 mm
BATTERY VOLUME DIMENSIONS (WIDTH x HEIGHT x DEPTH)
195 x 43 x 60 mm
(Will accept typical 1.2 or 2.0 Ah Sealed lead acid batteries.)
WEIGHT (WITHOUT BATTERIES)
About 2.5 Kg
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QP Family
Fire Alarm Control Panel
HORING LIH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
http://www.horinglih.com
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