ZP755HAV-2 Addressable Horn Sounder/Visual Indicator

ZP755HAV-2 Addressable Horn Sounder/Visual Indicator
ZP755HAV-2 Addressable Horn Sounder/Visual
Indicator Installation Sheet
6.
Set the volume
7.
Mount the sounder/visual indicator onto the base
The details of each step are given below.
Wiring the base
Connect the loop wiring for the plug-in base as shown in
Figure 1. There is no wiring between the sounder and base.
The base is supplied separately.
Figure 1: Loop wiring for the base
Description
The ZP755HAV-2 is an addressable horn sounder/visual
indicator designed for use in Ziton analogue addressable fire
detection and alarm systems.
Note: The visual indicator of this product does not comply with
EN 54-23 and must not be used in fire alarm installations
where fire notification beacons are required.
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1
5
2
The device includes a volume control, an address-setting
switch, programmable tone settings, and a pair of jumpers to
select the operating power — from the analogue addressable
loop or an external supply. The device plugs into a base that is
purchased separately. See Table 1 for a list of model numbers.
1.
2.
5.
Table 1: Models
Number
Description
Sounder:
ZP755HAV-2R
ZP755HAV-2P
Horn sounder, red
Horn sounder, polar white
Base:
SPB-2R
SPB-2P
Base, red
Base, polar white
Ext. 24 VDC+ IN/OUT
Ext. 24 VDC ground IN/OUT
Loop+ IN/OUT
Loop − IN/OUT
Shield
6.
7.
Setting the operating power
The sounder includes a pair of power selection jumpers, J1
and J2. To select the source of the sounder operating power,
position the jumpers as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Power selection jumper configuration
Installation
1
To install the device;
2
1.
Wire the base
2.
Set the operating power
3.
Set the address
1.
4.
Set the mode of operation
5.
Set the tone
Note: When using an external power supply, use only one that
is CE and EN 54-4 compliant to power all the sounders on the
same loop.
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J1
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Loop powered
J2
J1
2.
J2
External 24 VDC
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Setting the address
Setting the operating mode
The sounder includes a seven-segment DIP switch (SW1) for
assigning device addresses. Each switch segment has a
decimal value as shown in Figure 3. The address is the sum of
all the switch segments in the ON position. The switch may be
set to represent any address from 1 to 127.
The device operates as a dedicated (stand-alone) sounder with
its own unique loop address when SW2-7 is set to ON.
For example, to select a device address of 007, set SW1-1,
SW1-2, and SW1-3 to the ON position and the remaining
switch segments to the OFF position.
To configure operation as a stand-alone sounder:
1.
Set SW2-7 to ON.
2.
Navigate to the following menu to tag the sounders as
SAB:
ZP3 Panel Menu/Setup/Sounders/SAB/Add SAB
Figure 3: Address switch setting
The Planner can also be used.
3.
To map an alert-to-evac function, make the first input type
a fast flash input.
The sounder will sound the alert tone in response to a fast
flash input or an evac tone when the input configured as
steady is triggered, overriding the alert tone.
Setting the device mode
SW2-6 selects whether the loop sounder operates in ZP755
mode or in ZP754 emulation mode as described in Table 2.
Table 2: SW2-6 mode selection switch
Mode
SW2-6
Output Signal
Requirement
ZP755
OFF
User-selectable twotone operation and full
monitoring
ZP3 software v1.18 or
later
ZP754
emulation
ON
Two fixed tones
ZP5 panels or ZP3
panels with legacy
software
Mode and tone settings
The sounder includes a seven-segment DIP switch (SW2) to
select operating mode, device mode, and tone. See Figure 4.
Setting the tone
Figure 4: Mode of operation switch settings
Two different tones can be programmed to operate from the
panel. In ZP755 mode these tones are selected using SW2-1,
SW2-2, and SW2-3. Refer to Table 3.
2
Note: In the ZP panel I/O mapping menu, outputs are
programmed as "steady" or "flashing." The link to the table
below is as follows:
1
•
Tone A = Panel setting "fast flash/slow flash.”
•
Tone B = Panel setting "steady.”
4
3
5
1.
2.
3.
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Power selection jumpers
SW2 configuration switch
Tone
4.
5.
Device mode
Operating mode
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Table 3: Tone settings
SW2-6 device mode
switch setting
Device mode
Mapping input type
SW2 switch setting
-1 -2 -3
Fast flash
Steady
Tone type
Tone A primary/alert
Tone B secondary/evac
OFF
ZP755
0
Intermittent
Continuous
OFF
ZP755
1
Continuous
Intermittent
OFF
ZP755
2
Continuous
Two-tone
OFF
ZP755
3
Two-tone
Continuous
OFF
ZP755
4
Two-tone
Intermittent
OFF
ZP755
5
Intermittent
Two-tone
OFF
ZP755
6
Not used
ON
ZP754
7
Intermittent
Continuous
Figure 6: Mounting
Setting the volume
The sounder has a volume control potentiometer to adjust
the volume. Refer to Figure 5.
2
1
3
WARNING: To conform to EN 54 Part 3 sound output levels,
the volume control must be set to the full clockwise position.
If the volume is adjusted for any reason, it must be returned
to the full clockwise position.
Figure 5: Volume control
1
1
2
3
2
A
3
4
4
1.
2.
Tone select
SW2-6 on
3.
4.
SW2-6 off
Volume control
B
Mounting the sounder onto the base
Refer to Figure 6. Align the addressable sounder to the
base. Push up (A), and then turn the sounder until it clicks
into place (B). Push the sounder up once more to engage
(C).
C
Reverse the above procedure to remove the sounder from
the base.
1.
2.
Plug-in base
Release/lock catch
3.
4.
Release aid (3X)
Addressable sounder
Sounders per loop
The sounder can be powered directly from the loop of a ZP3
or ZP5 panel. Use Table 4, in conjunction with Figure 7, to
determine the quantity of detectors and sounders that can be
connected to a two-core shielded loop.
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Figure 7: Detector/sounders per loop
A.
B.
C.
1.
Cable length panel to first sounder
Cable length first to last sounder
Cable length last sounder to panel
Detectors and Sounders
Construction
Material
Colour
Weight
Dimensions (Ø × D)
Moulded thermoplastic
Red or polar white
305 g
127 × 113 mm
Operating environment
Temperature
Relative humidity
−10 to +60°C
10 to 95%, noncondensing
Storage temperature
−20 to +70°C
Figure 8: CNPP anechoic sound levels
O
O
Table 4: Maximum detectors and sounders per loop
Quantity allowed [1]
10 m
980 m
10 m
80 detectors and 20 sounders
800 m
100 m
80 detectors and 20 sounders
100 detectors and 15 sounders
200 m
600 m
200 m
60 detectors and 20 sounders
100 detectors and 15 sounders
300 m
400 m
300 m
40 detectors and 20 sounders
110 detectors and 15 sounders
[1] Using a two-core shielded loop of 1000 meters cable size
1.5 mm²
Specifications
Operating voltage
External supply
Loop supply, ZP protocol
Current (line powered)
Quiescent (RMS)
Alarm (RMS)
Alarm (excluding device
address)
Alarm (at device address)
Current (externally powered)
Quiescent (RMS)
Alarm (RMS)
Maximum number
O
100 m
165
100 detectors and 15 sounders
15O
C
O
B
45
5
13
A
105O
75
90 85
80 75 70
dBA
70 75 80 85
90
Regulatory information
This section includes both regulatory information and a
summary on the declared performance according to the
Construction Products Regulation 305/2011. For detailed
information refer to the product Declaration of Performance.
Certification
18 to 30 VDC
19.5 to 20.5 V pulsed, max. 4 V line
loss
820 μA
9.6 mA
19.6 mA max.
Certification body
0370
Declaration of
Performance number
360-5201-0499
Year of first CE marking
14
Product Identification
ZP755HAV-2
Intended use
See DoP point 3
Essential characteristics See DoP point 9
26 mA max.
Manufacturer
Gulf Security Technology Co.,Ltd
80, Changjiang East Road,
QETDZ, Qinhuangdao,
Hebei Province, China 066004
Authorized EU manufacturing representative:
UTC Fire & Security B.V.
Kelvinstraat 7, 6003 DH Weert, Netherlands
European Union
directives
1999/5/EC (R&TTE directive): Hereby, UTC
Fire & Security declares that this device is in
compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
470 μA
500 μA
20 per 1 km loop (subject to cable
size and sounder spacing)
Sound output
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 3
90 dBA (all around)
Continuous 980 Hz.
Intermittent 980 Hz. (0.5 sec on/off)
Two-tone warble 980 Hz./670 Hz.
Sound distribution
Wide
Light output
Equivalent to 1J xenon element
Strobe frequency
Flash rate 1.3 seconds
CNPP anechoic sound levels
See Figure 8
Monitoring
ZP loop
Sound output level
Open and short circuit fault
Self test facility
Compatibility
Ziton analogue addressable
systems
Addressing method
7-segment DIP switch
Mounting
Surface with plug-in base
Wiring
Two-core shielded loop
2002/96/EC (WEEE directive): Products
marked with this symbol cannot be disposed
of as unsorted municipal waste in the
European Union. For proper recycling, return
this product to your local supplier upon the
purchase of equivalent new equipment, or
dispose of it at designated collection points.
For more information see:
www.recyclethis.info.
Contact information
For contact information, see www.utcfssecurityproducts.eu.
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