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Intelligent Addressable
7 Control Panels
19 Repeater Panels
23 Sensors
25 Standard Base
27 Sounder Base
29 Sounder Beacon Base
31 Remote Indicator
33 Reflective Beam Detectors
35 Callpoints
37 Wall Sounders
39 Wall Sounder Beacons
41 LED Beacon
43 Standard and Micro Interfaces
67 BMS and Networking Interfaces
83 Ancillaries
89 System Software Tools
95 Test Equipment
Wireless
101 Control Panel
103 Booster Panel
105 Hybrid Panel
107 Survey Kit
109 Sensors
111 Callpoint
113 Sounder Beacon
115 Input/Output Unit
117 Dual External Aerials
Conventional
121 Control Panels
125 Repeater Panel
127 Detectors
129 Standard Base
131 Relay Base
133 Remote Indicator
135 Reflective Beam Detectors
137 Callpoints
139 Bell
141 Flush Sounders
143 Base Mountable Sounder and
Sounder Beacon
145 Low Profile Surface Sounders
147 High Output Wall Sounder
149 Low Profile Xenon Beacons
151 Xenon Sounder Beacons
153 Door Retainers
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About us
Cooper Safety Fire Systems
Cooper Fire offers a comprehensive range
of fire detection products suitable for a
wide range of projects, from a small
simple installation to a large complex multi
building site.
Cooper Fire manufacture a wide range of
products and offers complete fire
solutions, not just individual components.
A complete system can be specified from
a single source, confident in the
knowledge that all the components have
been specifically designed and tested to
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ensure they are all fully compatible with
each other and will function as a truly
integrated fire detection and alarm system.
It is absolutely vital that all the elements of
a fire detection system are fully compatible
with each other. To support this
philosophy, a large multi-disciplined
research and development team is based
in the UK at the Cooper Doncaster facility,
responsible for the integration of the very
latest technology into the design of our
comprehensive range of fire products.
Intelligent Addressable Contents
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Control Panels
CF3000 Range
Page 25
Standard Base
CAB300
Page 39
Wall Sounder Beacons
CASB383 / CASB383WP
Page 11
Control Panels / Floor Rack Unit
R6000 Range
Page 27
Sounder Base
CAS380
Page 41
Loop Connected
LED Beacon
MAB870
Page 13
Control Panels
CF1000VDS Range
Page 29
Sounder Beacon Base
CASBB384
Page 43
Standard and Micro
Interfaces
Page 17
Control Panel
CF2000GCPD
Page 31
Loop Connected
Remote Indicator
MRIAD
Page 67
BMS and Networking
Interfaces
Page 19
Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
CTPR3000
Page 33
Reflective Beam Detectors
MAB50R / MAB100R
Page 83
Ancillaries
Page 21
Passive Repeater Panel
CF3000PRG
Page 35
Callpoints
CBG370S / CBG370WP
Page 89
System Software Tools
Page 23
Sensors
CAP320 / CAPT340 / CAH330
Page 37
Wall Sounders
CAS381 / CAS381WP
Page 95
Test Equipment
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Intelligent Addressable System Architecture
Standard conventional systems utilise simple
two state detectors, which simply provide a
switch type signal to the conventional control
panel.
To enable the source of the alarm to be
identified, each zone must be wired using a
separate circuit, furthermore in the event of a fire
alarm being triggered, the panel can only identify
which zone contains the triggered device, it is
then necessary to manually search the affected
zone to discover the actual cause of the alarm.
Intelligent addressable systems overcome these
limitations, each fire detecting sensor or
callpoint is electronically coded with a unique
identification or 'address' which is programmed
into the device during installation.
The control panel is then able to conduct two
way communication with any of the addressable
devices connected to the system by using the
unique address number to define which device it
wishes to communicate with. This operates in a
similar manner to that of a telephone number
enabling communication between specific
telephones.
If whilst continually interrogating the smoke and
heat sensors, the panel determines that the data
gathered from a specific device is appropriate to
instigate either a fire, fault or pre-alarm
condition, it uses the unique identifying number
or address to determine which device is
involved. Consequently the panel can pinpoint
and identify precisely which device has triggered
the fire, fault or pre-alarm condition.
This level of sophistication removes the need for
each zone of the building to be wired as a
separate circuit. For this reason intelligent
addressable system components are typically
connected to the panel using a small number of
large loops thus greatly simplifying the
installation of the system and reducing the
installation cost.
Detectors, instead of being simple two state
devices now function as sensors, continually
communicating with the control panel and
providing information regarding the temperature
or concentration of smoke in their local
environment.
Zone 1
Under normal conditions the control panel
continuously interrogates each device in
sequence using a low power digitally pulsed
signal, and analyses the reply to determine the
status of the sensor or callpoint.
In this manner, the panel can ascertain whether
each device is functioning correctly and also
discover the amount of smoke or heat that the
device is currently sensing.
This technology allows the panel to make
intelligent decisions as to the appropriate action
to take based on the information it receives from
the individual sensors.
This has many advantages, for example very
slow build up of apparent smoke density seen
by a sensor can cause a warning or pre-alarm
condition to be triggered by the alarm panel
prior to the situation becoming serious enough
to warrant a full alarm.
A typical practical benefit of this technology is
the situation whereby airborne dust particles
enter smoke detectors and mimic the
appearance of smoke, over time the
concentration of dust can increase to a point
where it can cause the detector to falsely trigger
an alarm condition. With an intelligent
addressable system, a pre-alarm condition will
normally be triggered rather than a full alarm
giving the building operator the opportunity to
clean or replace the sensor rather than suffer the
disruption of an unwanted false alarm.
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Mains Supply
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CF3000 Range
Approved to the latest: EN54 Pt2, Pt4 & Pt13
CF3000 - Control Panel
Overview
Features
The Cooper CF3000 is a high specification
intelligent addressable control panel which is
available in various loop configurations. These
panels combine sophisticated functionality
with simple operation and an aesthetically
pleasing design.
• Available in 1, 2 and 4 loop
versions
• Up to 200 addresses per
loop
• Full network capability up
to 126 panels
• Soft addressing
• Large versatile touch
screen user interface
• Multi-language selection
capability
• Integral printer (optional)
• Integral battery and power
supply
• Flexible cause and effect
programming
The large capacity, ability to support complex
cause and effect programming and wide range
of user controllable functions make the system
suitable for a diverse range of projects from
sheltered housing to large office developments.
The CF3000 uses soft addressing to minimise
installation time and remove the potential for
error associated with manual addressing. It can
operate as a stand alone panel or as part of a
networked system. They have powerful
programming options that allow configurable
control over whether messages from specific
panels are transmitted around the network or
remain local.
An extensive range of compatible intelligent
addressable systems ancillaries are available to
work with the CF3000 all of which incorporate
an integral short circuit isolator to provide
maximum protection against short circuits on
the external loop.
Benefits
• Simple to operate end
user touch-screen interface
• Flexible distributed
network capability
• Full range of compatible
accessories
• Easy to design system
cause and effect using site
installer software
• Full system integrity with
Cooper managed protocol
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Intelligent Addressable Control Panels - CF3000 Range
Technical Specification
Code
CF30001G
CF30002G
CF30004G
Description
1 Loop Control Panel
2 Loop Control Panel
4 Loop Control Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997, A1:2002, A2:2006
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997, A1:2002, A2:2006
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997, A1:2002, A2:2006
EN54 Pt13: 2005
EN54 Pt13: 2005
EN54 Pt13: 2005
Specification
Number of Loops
1
2
4
200
200
200
4 monitored for open and short circuit
4 monitored for open and short circuit
4 monitored for open and short circuit
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
12V 30mA (max)
12V 30mA (max)
12V 30mA (max)
24V dc (nom)
24V dc (nom)
24V dc (nom)
230V ac +10% / -15%
230V ac +10% / -15%
230V ac +10% / -15%
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
can also be instigated via input interface
can also be instigated via input interface
can also be instigated via input interface
Addresses per Loop
Number of Conventional
Sounder Circuits
Auxiliary Fire Routing
Equipment Output (Monitored)
Auxiliary Fire Protection
Equipment Output (Monitored)
Auxiliary Fault Routing
Equipment Output (Monitored)
System Operating Voltage
Mains Input Supply
Class Change Facility
Auxiliary Relay
1 set of changeover contacts operate in event of fire condition 1 set of changeover contacts operate in event of fire condition 1 set of changeover contacts operate in event of fire condition
Output Ports
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
Dependant on loop loading and battery configuration
Dependant on loop loading and battery configuration
Dependant on loop loading and battery configuration
2 x 12Ah (standard versions)
2 x 12Ah (standard versions) 4 x 12Ah (EB versions)
2 x 12Ah (standard versions) 4 x 12Ah (EB versions)
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
Standby Duration
Battery
Environmental
Physical
Construction
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Back Box - Mild Steel, Front Door - PC/ABS
Back Box - Mild Steel, Front Door - PC/ABS
Back Box - Mild Steel, Front Door - PC/ABS
Standard Versions: 397mm x 497mm x 180mm
Standard Versions: 397mm x 497mm x 180mm
Standard Versions: 397mm x 497mm x 180mm
EB Versions: 397mm x 497mm x 280mm
EB Versions: 397mm x 497mm x 280mm
Weight
18kg
18kg
18kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
IP30
IP30
Top: 31 cable knockouts (20mm)
Top: 31 cable knockouts (20mm)
Top: 31 cable knockouts (20mm)
Cable entries
Back: 12 cable knockouts (20mm)
Back: 12 cable knockouts (20mm)
Back: 12 cable knockouts (20mm)
Fully networkable up to 126 panels
Fully networkable up to 126 panels
Fully networkable up to 126 panels
(requires additional network card - 1 per panel)
(requires additional network card - 1 per panel)
(requires additional network card - 1 per panel)
System Networking
Dimensions
D2
W
H
Product Codes
D1
Description H (mm) W (mm) D1 (mm) D2 (mm)
Standard
397
497
55
125
EB
397
497
55
225
Note:
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If surface mounting add D1 and D2 to
obtain depth dimension.
Code
CF30001G
CF30002G
CF30004G
CF30001GP
CF30002GP
CF30004GP
CF30002GEB
CF30004GEB
CF30002GPEB
CF30004GPEB
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DF6000NETKIT
CF3000COV
CF3000PRG
CTPR3000
MFALOG
Description
1 Loop Control Panel
2 Loop Control Panel
4 Loop Control Panel
1 Loop Control Panel, Integral Printer
2 Loop Control Panel, Integral Printer
4 Loop Control Panel, Integral Printer
2 Loop Control Panel, Extended Battery
4 Loop Control Panel, Extended Battery
2 Loop Control Panel, Integral Printer, Extended Battery
4 Loop Control Panel, Integral Printer, Extended Battery
Add to end of product code if network card required
Network Kit (for retro fit)
Hinged Protective Cover Kit
Passive Repeater Panel
Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
Fire Alarm System Log Book
Intelligent Addressable Control Panels - CF3000 Range
Installation
User Interface
1. Standard panel is designed for surface or
recessed mounting (without the need for an
additional bezel).
2. Cable entry is by means of top entry
knockouts in the metal back box, along with a
substantial rear entry cutout.
3. Panels are wall mounted via keyhole/slot
mounting holes on back of housing.
4. Front cover retained by screws, accessed
after opening the printer bay door.
5. Flush mounting requires suitable aperture and
fixings.
6. Mains input protection is provided by a
polyswitch.
7. All external wiring should be in accordance
with relevant section of latest edition of
BS5839 Pt1.
8. Comprehensive installation and operation
manual provided with each system.
9. Maximum length of network cable loop is
1500 metres, beyond this distance or where
cables pass between buildings, boosters will
be required.
1. The main element of the user interface with
CF3000 is a large (120mm x 90mm visible
area) touch-screen display, which provides
comprehensive user information and also acts
as a multifunctional keypad. With other more
basic systems, the user is limited to a small
number of dedicated pushbuttons and
consequently system interaction is restricted
and complicated.
2. Comprehensive context sensitive help
information is provided throughout the menus
to assist unfamiliar users with system
operation.
3. The CF3000 touch-screen display
automatically reconfigures to suit the selected
function, for example, if the change device
text menu option is selected, the touchscreen is automatically formatted as a full
QWERTY keyboard to enable fast and simple
text entry.
4. As well as a large format LCD display
providing full system status information, the
panel incorporates 96 traditional zone
indication LED's to provide clear information
about the status and spread of a fire even to a
user who is completely unfamiliar with the
operation of the system. In addition there
are a number of system status LED's
designed to give clear status information to
non technical users.
5. Access to printer (when fitted) is via separate
locked access door. Paper can be changed
by non-skilled personnel without exposure to
any live components.
6. The printer can either be set to print on
demand or to automatically print all system
events as they occur.
7. The hinged front door provides simple access
to all internal components and wiring.
8. The panel door cannot be opened without the
use of a special key (supplied with panel).
9. For applications requiring a high level of
resilience, a clear hinged lockable front cover
is available that still allows full system visibility
but prevents unauthorized access to the
touch-screen.
System Functionality
1. Panel has 3 modes of operation, normal
mode, user mode and engineer mode.
2. User and engineer modes can only be
accessed by entering relevant pass codes.
3. User mode allows access to system test
functions, enable and disable menus, view
analogue level menus and functions such as
evacuate, silence alarms and reset.
4. Engineer mode allows alteration of system
configuration and programming of site
specific data such as device text and sounder
programming.
5. Engineer mode also allows adding and
removal of devices and alteration of existing
text.
6. CF3000 is designed to ensure simplicity of
future expansion. If an additional device is
added after the system has been
programmed, the CF3000 will allocate the
next available address, it will not alter any of
the existing address number allocation thus
enabling simple updating of "as fitted"
drawings etc. Similarly if a device is removed,
the relevant address is saved as a spare
address for future use, the addresses of the
remaining devices are not affected.
7. All devices are soft addressed during
commissioning however once allocated,
addresses are locked until manually altered
thus enabling simple system additions and
deletions without affecting other addresses.
8. In event of an external short circuit occurring,
short circuit isolators on output of devices
nearest to each side of the short circuit open
thus isolating the short circuit. The panel then
drives communication from both ends of the
loop thus maintaining full communication with
all devices.
Detection Capacity
1. Up to 200 addresses per loop which can be a
mixture of callpoints, detectors, interfaces
loop sounders or repeaters.
2. To comply with EN54 requirements no more
than 512 addresses should be connected to a
single panel.
3. Panels are available with up to 4 detection
loops, up to 126 panels can be networked
together giving a total system capacity of over
64,000 devices.
Alarm Capacity
1. Up to 80 loop powered outputs per loop
(60 sounders/beacons and 20 I/O units).
2. 3 stages of cause and effect programming per
output device.
3. Depending on loop load up
to 3A of panel connected
conventional sounders.
4. Additional conventional
sounders can be connected
via loop connected
CSC354 units.
Interface Options
• Monitored output to fire
routing equipment.
• Monitored output to fire
protection equipment.
• Monitored output to fault
monitoring equipment.
• Multiple Programmable
remote inputs can be set:
• Override of day night
mode setting
- Photo-thermal
detectors go to
thermal only.
- Rate of rise detectors
go to fixed high
temperature mode.
- High temperature heat
detectors go to rate of
rise mode.
• Disablement of pre
assigned group of
addresses.
• Class change.
• Non latching zone input.
• Evacuate.
• 4 Conventional sounder
circuits provided.
• Zone monitor units can be
used to connect zones
of suitable conventional
detectors and callpoints.
• Sounder circuit controllers
can be used to provide
additional conventional
sounder circuits without
wiring back to main
panel.
• Mains rated input/output
unit available.
• 3 way 24V rated
input/output unit available.
• Spur isolator available to
allow spurs of intelligent
addressable devices.
• Compact input and output
modules available
• Shop unit interface allows
the connection of a
conventional detection
zone along with a power
supply and 2 conventional
sounder circuits, ideal for
linking small self contained
units onto a main
addressable panel.
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Intelligent Addressable Control Panels - CF3000 Range
Standard Panel Connections
Typical System Architecture
4 independently controlled
conventional sounder circuits
+5.5V SUPPLY FOR PRINTER (IF FITTED)
NO
C
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AUX
RELAY
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VOLT FREE CHANGE OVER CONTACT
FAULT
RELAY
- +
+24V
O/P
- +
spur of
analogue devices
6K8 EOL RESISTOR*
zone of compatible
conventional devices
+
FIRE
R/E
-
loops 2-4
if fitted
6K8 EOL RESISTOR*
- +
FIRE
P/E
6K8 EOL RESISTOR*
S+
Mains
Supply
S-
sounder controller unit
F-
LOOP 1
START LOOP 1
F+
FINISH LOOP 1
S+
S-
loop connected
repeater panel
FF+
LOOP CIRCUITS
LOOP 2
START LOOP 2
FINISH LOOP 2
spur isolator unit
zone monitor unit
S+
SF-
LOOP 3
START LOOP 3
F+
FINISH LOOP 3
S+
F-
LOOP 4
S-
START LOOP 4
F+
FINISH LOOP 4
- +
CLASS
CHANGE
3 independent
volt free output
contacts
CLASS CHANGE INPUT IF REQUIRED
+
1-
+
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT 1
3 way input/output unit
2-
+
3 separate inputs
to accept fire or
non fire inputs
1-
+
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT 2
2-
6K8 EOL RESISTOR*
Mains
Supply
shop monitor unit
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Tx
Rx
CTS RTS 0V
MODEM/PC
Rs232
mains rated
output relay
contact
COOPER CONVENTIONAL SOUNDERS
(IF REQUIRED)
input/output unit
Tx+ Tx-
MIMC
REPEATER
fire or non
fire input
* required to be fitted to terminal if circuits not used
zone of
compatible
conventional
devices
2 circuits of
conventional
sounders
2 core 1.5 SLR
network connected
repeater panel
2 circuits of
conventional
sounders
System Networking CF3000, CF1100 & CTPR3000
control panel
Mains
Supply
recommended Draka 910234
CF3000 and CF1000VDS systems can both be networked together. Up to 126
CF3000 panels, CF1000VDS range of panels and low cost repeaters can be
networked together to operate as a single networked system.
To achieve this each panel must be fitted with a network card (optional extra). When
operating as a networked system all fire and fault event information can be displayed
at every panel.
Mains Supply
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Mains Supply
Mains Supply
Panels can be configured by service engineers to control whether fire and fault
information from each panel is transmitted around the network or not. Silencing and
resetting of alarms can also be carried out from any panel on a networked system.
Networked panels are connected using a loop topology as illustrated.
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
R6000 Range and Floor Rack Unit
R6000 - Rack Mounted Control Panel
Overview
Features
The R6000 range of 19" rack mounted, fully
modular control panels, consists of a number
of different plug in modules, each of which is
dedicated to a particular function within the
complete control panel.
• Capacity for up to:
These modules facilitate the requirements of fire
detection, alarm signalling, PA/VA, plant control
etc.
The R6000 range of rack mounted control
panels have the capability to be networked to
other Cooper intelligent addressable panels,
repeaters and mimic panels as well as an alarm
manager graphic system, providing the perfect
solution for all medium and large fire detection
systems.
This flexible system allows for modules to be
added or removed without major modification
even after manufacture and commissioning has
taken place.
The floor rack unit (39UECRACK) is constructed
from mild steel and is used to the house the
R6000 rack mounted control panels.
- 126, 19" rack modules
- 504 loops
- 64,512 addressable points
• Soft addressing
• Large versatile touch-screen
user interface
• Multi-language selection
capability
• Flexible cause and effect
programming
• Integral battery and power
supply
Benefits
• Simple to operate end
user touch-screen interface
• Easy system integration
• Ease of system modification
• System can grow as the site
expands
• Single point access or
distributed networking
possible
• Full range of compatible
accessories
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Intelligent Addressable Rack Mounted Control Panels - R6000 Range
Technical Specification
Code
CF30001G
CF30002G
CF30004G
Description
1 Loop Control Panel
2 Loop Control Panel
4 Loop Control Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997, A1:2002, A2:2006
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997, A1:2002, A2:2006
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997, A1:2002, A2:2006
Specification
Number of Loops
1
2
4
200
200
200
4 monitored for open and short circuit
4 monitored for open and short circuit
4 monitored for open and short circuit
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
24V 30mA (max)
12V 30mA (max)
12V 30mA (max)
12V 30mA (max)
24V dc (nom)
24V dc (nom)
24V dc (nom)
230V ac +10% / -15%
230V ac +10% / -15%
230V ac +10% / -15%
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
can also be instigated via input interface
can also be instigated via input interface
can also be instigated via input interface
Addresses per Loop
Number of Conventional
Sounder Circuits
Auxiliary Fire Routing
Equipment Output (Monitored)
Auxiliary Fire Protection
Equipment Output (Monitored)
Auxiliary Fault Routing
Equipment Output (Monitored)
System Operating Voltage
Mains Input Supply
Class Change Facility
Auxiliary Relay
1 set of changeover contacts operate in event of fire condition 1 set of changeover contacts operate in event of fire condition1 set of changeover contacts operate in event of fire condition
Output Ports
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
Dependant on loop loading and battery configuration
Dependant on loop loading and battery configuration
Dependant on loop loading and battery configuration
2 x 12Ah (standard versions)
2 x 12Ah (standard versions) 4 x 12Ah (EB versions)
2 x 12Ah (standard versions) 4 x 12Ah (EB versions)
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
Standby Duration
Battery
Environmental
Physical
System Networking
Fully networkable up to 126 panels
Fully networkable up to 126 panels
Fully networkable up to 126 panels
(requires additional network card - 1 per panel)
(requires additional network card - 1 per panel)
(requires additional network card - 1 per panel)
Floor Rack Unit (39UECRACK)
Code
39UECRACK
Description
Floor Rack Unit
Standards
EMC: EN55103-1 & EN55103-2
LVD: EN60065
Product Family: EN54 Pt16 & Pt4
Physical
Construction
Mild Steel
Colour
Light Grey
Dimensions (H x W x D)
H
W
D
18u
990mm
600mm
800mm
27u
1360mm
600mm
800mm
39u
1930mm
600mm
800mm
42u
2070mm
600mm
800mm
45u
2205mm
600mm
800mm
18u
55kg
27u
85kg
39u
115kg
42u
145kg
45u
150kg
Weight
Product Codes
Code
R6000L2
R6000L4
NC
39UECRACK
1UPLATE
2UPLATE
3UPLATE
6UPLATE
ECRACKPACK43
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Description
2 Loop Control Panel (rack mount)
4 Loop Control Panel (rack mount)
Add to end of product code if network card required
19 Inch Floor Rack Unit
1 Unit Blanking Plate
2 Unit Blanking Plate
3 Unit Blanking Plate
6 Unit Blanking Plate
Pack of 4 Fixings (1 required per blanking plate)
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
CF1000VDS Range
Approved to the latest: EN54 Pt2, Pt4 & Pt13
CF1100VDS - Control Panel
Overview
Features
The Cooper CF1000VDS range is available as a
high specification 1 or 2 loop intelligent
addressable control panel, offering
sophisticated functionality with simple end
user operation.
• Available in 1 and 2 loop
versions
• Up to 200 addresses per
loop
• Full network capability up
to 126 panels
• Soft addressing
• Large versatile touch-screen
user interface
• Multi-language selection
capability
• Integral battery and power
supply
• Flexible cause and effect
programming
The simplicity of operation, powerful cause and
effect programming capability and competitive
pricing make the system suitable for a wide
range of small to medium sized projects.
CF1000VDS uses soft addressing to minimise
installation time and remove the potential for
error associated with manual addressing.
These panels can operate as a stand alone
panel or as part of a network with the Cooper
range of CF3000 panels or other CF1000VDS
panels (additional network card required).
The CF1000VDS range of panels have an
integral power supply and are supplied with
batteries as standard.
An extensive range of compatible intelligent
addressable system ancillaries are available to
work with the CF1000VDS range all of which
incorporate an integral short circuit isolator to
provide maximum protection against short
circuit faults on the loop.
Benefits
• Simple to operate end
user touch-screen interface
• Flexible distributed
network capability
• Full range of compatible
accessories
• Easy to design system
cause and effect using site
installer software
• Full system integrity with
Cooper developed protocol
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Intelligent Addressable Control Panels - CF1000VDS Range
Dimensions
D
Technical Specification
Code
CF1100VDS
CF1200VDS
Description
1 Loop Control Panel
2 Loop Control Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997
EN54 Pt2,1997, A1:2006, EN54 Pt4,1997
A1:2002, A2:2006, EN54 Pt13: 2005
A1:2002, A2:2006, EN54 Pt13: 2005
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Specification
Number of Loops
H
Addresses per Loop
Number of Conventional
Sounder Circuits
1
2
200
200
2 monitored for open and short circuit
2 monitored for open and short circuit
(max 1.5A combined)
(max 1.5A combined)
24V dc 30mA (max)
24V dc 30mA (max)
24V dc 30mA (max)
24V dc 30mA (max)
12V dc 30mA (max)
12V dc 30mA (max)
Auxiliary Fire Routing
Equipment Output (Monitored)
Auxiliary Fire Protection
Panel
Cutout
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
375
357
95
345
325
50
Equipment Output (Monitored)
Auxiliary Fault Routing
Equipment Output (Monitored)
System Operating Voltage
Mains Input Supply
Class Change Facility
Auxiliary Relay
24V dc (nom)
24V dc (nom)
230V ac +10% / -15%
230V ac +10% / -15%
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
Terminals for connection of external contacts,
can also be instigated via input interface
can also be instigated via input interface
1 set of changeover contacts
1 set of changeover contacts
operate in event of fire condition
operate in event of fire condition
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
RS485, RS232 for connection of repeaters etc
Dependant on loop loading
Dependant on loop loading
and battery configuration
and battery configuration
2 x 7Ah
2 x 7Ah
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
Output Ports
Standby Duration
Battery
Environmental
Physical
Construction
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Back Box - Steel
Back Box - Steel
375mm x 357mm x 95mm
375mm x 357mm x 95mm
Weight
8kg
8kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
IP30
Top: cable knockouts (20mm)
Top: cable knockouts (20mm)
Cable entries
System Networking
Back: cable aperture
Back: cable aperture
Fully Networkable up to 126 panels
Fully Networkable up to 126 panels
(requires additional network card, per panel)
(requires additional network card, per panel)
Product Codes
Code
CF1100VDS
CF1200VDS
NC
DF61NETKIT
CF3000PRG
CTPR3000
MFALOG
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Description
Intelligent Addressable 1 Loop Control Panel
Intelligent Addressable 2 Loop Control Panel
Add to end of product code if network card required
Network Kit (retro fit)
Passive Repeater Panel
Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
Fire Alarm System Log Book
Intelligent Addressable Control Panel - CF1000VDS Range
Installation
User Interface
Interface Options
1. Panel is designed for surface or recessed
mounting (without the need for an additional
bezel).
2. Cable entry is by means of top entry
knockouts in the metal back box, along with a
substantial rear entry cutout.
3. Panels are wall mounted via keyhole/slot
mounting holes on back of housing.
4. Key operated hinged lockable door provides
access to all internal wiring.
5. Cable entry can either be top or rear.
6. Mains input protection is provided by integral
fuse.
7. All external wiring should be in accordance
with relevant section of latest edition of
BS5839 Pt1.
8. Comprehensive installation and operation
manual provided with each system.
1. The main element of the user interface with
CF1000VDS range is a large (120mm x 90mm
visible area) touch-screen display, which
provides comprehensive user information and
also acts as a multi-functional keypad. With
other more basic systems, the user is limited
to a small number of dedicated push buttons
and consequently system interaction is
restricted and complicated.
2. Comprehensive context sensitive help
information is provided throughout the menus
to assist unfamiliar users with system
operation.
3. The CF1000VDS range touch-screen display
automatically reconfigures to suit the selected
function, for example, if the change device
text menu option is selected, the touchscreen is automatically formatted as a full
QWERTY keyboard to enable fast and simple
text entry.
4. As well as a large format LCD display
providing full system status information, the
panel incorporates 16 traditional zone
indication LED's to provide clear information
about the status and spread of a fire even to a
user who is completely unfamiliar with the
operation of the system. In addition there
are a number of system status LED's
designed to give clear status information to
non technical users.
5. Audible buzzer with mute facility.
6. Hinged lockable door provides access to all
internal wiring and components.
• Day night mode override
via external switched
signal (can be a timer).
• Multiple Programmable
remote inputs can be set:
• Override of day night
mode setting
- Photo-thermal
detectors go to
thermal only.
- Rate of rise detectors
go to fixed high
temperature mode.
- High temperature heat
detectors go to rate of
rise mode.
• T1 and T2 timer.
• HMO facility.
• Comprehensive cause and
effect programming.
• Test per zone or address.
• Alarm verification per zone.
• Coincidence detection.
• Disablement of pre
assigned group of
addresses.
• Class change.
• Non latching zone input.
• Evacuate.
• 2 Conventional sounder
circuits provided.
• Zone monitor units can be
used to connect zones of
suitable conventional
detectors or loop powered
beam detectors.
• Sounder circuit controllers
can be used to provide
additional conventional
sounder circuits without
wiring back to main
panel.
• Mains rated input/output
unit available.
• 3 way 24V dc rated
input/output unit available.
• Spur isolator available to
allow spurs of intelligent
addressable devices.
• Compact input and output
modules available.
• Shop unit interface allows
the connection of a
conventional detection
zone along with a power
supply and 2 conventional
sounder circuits, ideal for
linking small self contained
units onto a main intelligent
addressable control panel.
System Functionality
1. Panel has 3 modes of operation, normal
mode, user mode and engineer mode.
2. User maintenance and engineer modes can
only be accessed by entering relevant pass
codes.
3. User mode allows access to system test
functions, enable and disable menus, view
analogue level menus and functions such as
evacuate, silence alarms and reset.
4. Engineer mode allows alteration of system
configuration and programming of site
specific data such as device text and sounder
programming.
5. Engineer mode also allows adding and
removal of devices and alteration of existing
text.
6. CF1000VDS range is designed to ensure
simplicity of future expansion. If an additional
device is added after the system has been
programmed, the panel will allocate the
next available address, it will not alter
any of the existing address number allocation
thus enabling simple updating of "as fitted"
drawings etc. Similarly if a device is removed,
the relevant address is saved as a spare
address for future use, the addresses of the
remaining devices are not affected.
7. All devices are soft addressed during
commissioning however once allocated,
addresses are locked until manually altered
thus enabling simple system additions and
deletions without affecting other addresses.
8. In event of an external short circuit occurring,
short circuit isolators on output of the devices
nearest to each side of the short circuit open
thus isolating the short circuit. The panel then
drives communication from both ends of the
loop thus maintaining full communication with
all devices.
Detection Capacity
1. Up to 200 addresses per loop which can be a
mixture of callpoints, detectors, interfaces or
loop sounders.
2. CF1000VDS range of panels can be
networked with all Cooper intelligent
addressable and wireless panels.
Alarm Capacity
1. Up to 80 loop powered outputs per loop
(60 sounders/beacons and 20 I/O units).
2. 3 stages of cause and effect programming per
output device.
3. 0.8A of panel connected conventional
sounders.
4. Additional conventional sounders can be
connected via loop mounted CSC354 units.
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Intelligent Addressable Control Panels - CF1000VDS Range
Standard Panel Connections
Typical System Architecture
4 independently controlled
conventional sounder circuits
COOPER CONVENTIONAL SOUNDERS
(IF REQUIRED)
}
+
+
SOUNDER SOUNDER
CIRCUIT 1 CIRCUIT 2
EOL DIODE/RESISTOR*
spur of
analogue devices
EOL DIODE/RESISTOR*
zone of compatible
conventional devices
NO
AUX
RELAY 1
C
NC
VOLT FREE CHANGE OVER CONTACT
NO
AUX
RELAY 2
C
NC
VOLT FREE CHANGE OVER CONTACT
-
FAULT
RELAY
+
Mains
Supply
FAULT RELAY
sounder controller unit
A
NETWORK 1
B
X
Y
loop connected
repeater panel
NETWORK 1
spur isolator unit
zone monitor unit
E
A
NETWORK 2
B
X
Y
NETWORK 2
E
+ -
+ 24V OUT
3 independent
volt free output
contacts
24V dc OUTPUT
E
E
S-
LOOP 1
F+
F-
E
E
S+
3 way input/output unit
LOOP 1 CONNECTIONS
LOOP 2
F+
F-
S+
S-
3 separate inputs
to accept fire or
non fire inputs
LOOP 2 CONNECTIONS (IF CF1200)
Mains
Supply
shop monitor unit
FINISH LOOP TERMINALS
START LOOP TERMINALS
mains rated
output relay
contact
input/output unit
fire or non
fire input
zone of
compatible
conventional
devices
2 circuits of
conventional
sounders
2 core 1.5 SLR
* required to be fitted to terminal if circuits not used
network connected
repeater panel
2 circuits of
conventional
sounders
Mains
Supply
System Networking CF3000, CF1100 & CTPR3000
control panel
recommended Draka 910234
CF3000 and CF1000VDS systems can both be networked together. Up to 126
CF3000 panels, CF1000VDS range of panels and low cost repeaters can be
networked together to operate as a single networked system.
To achieve this each panel must be fitted with a network card (optional extra). When
operating as a networked system all fire and fault event information can be displayed
at every panel.
Mains Supply
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Mains Supply
Mains Supply
Panels can be configured by service engineers to control whether fire and fault
information from each panel is transmitted around the network or not. Silencing and
resetting of alarms can also be carried out from any panel on a networked system.
Networked panels are connected using a loop topology as illustrated.
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Approved to the latest: EN54 Pt2 & Pt4
CF2000GCPD - Control Panel
Overview
Features
The Cooper CF2000GCPD is an entry level
intelligent addressable control panel which can
be configured for either 1 or 2 loop operation.
• Configurable as a 1 or 2 loop
panel
• Up to 200 addresses per
loop
• Full network capability up
to 126 panels
• Network compatible with
CF1000VDS and CF3000
ranges
• Soft addressing
• Menu-driven graphic screen
• Multi-language selection
capability
• Integral battery and power
supply
• Flexible cause and effect
programming
This intelligent addressable control panel has a
graphic display which provides a simple yet
comprehensive, menu-driven, end user
interface.
With the CF2000GCPD’s ability to support
Cooper cause and effect programming and a
wide range of user controllable functions it
makes the panel suitable for a varied range of
projects from small warehouses to
small/medium office developments as well as
many small industrial applications.
As with all Cooper intelligent addressable
panels, the CF2000GCPD uses "spur tolerant"
soft addressing to minimise installation time and
remove the potential for errors often associated
with many forms of manual addressing.
Benefits
• Easy to operate end
user controls
• Flexible distributed
network capability
• Full range of compatible
accessories
• Easy to design system
cause and effect using site
installer software
• Full system integrity with
Cooper developed protocol
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Intelligent Addressable Control Panel - CF2000GCPD
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
400
320
170
W
Code
CF2000GCPD
Description
2 Loop Control Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt2 1997, A1: 2006 EN54-4 1997,
A1: 2002 & A2: 2006
Specification
H
Number of Loops
2
Addresses per Loop
200
Panel Sounder Circuits
4 outputs, 1A total
(programmed in pairs - outputs 1 & 2, 3 & 4)
D
Class Change Facility
Operated by external, normally open,
volt free contacts
Installation
Auxiliary Relay
One set of change over contacts, operated
in the event of fire activation
Auxiliary Fire
Routing Equipment Output
Monitored 24V dc, 30mA (max)
Auxiliary Fire
Protection Equipment Output
Back box mounting is further assisted with the
provision of a drill template allowing the
mounting screw holes to be pre-drilled and the
top two mounting screws fitted prior to final
positioning of the back box.
Ample room is provided within the back box for
the termination of external cables and bonding
of cable screen wires.
Routing Equipment Output
Monitored 12V dc, 30mA (max)
Output Ports
RS485 and RS232
Mains Input Voltage
230V ac +10% / -15%
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Batteries
2 x 12V 7Ah
Standby Duration
24 hours (dependant on loop loading)
(for connection of repeaters etc)
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
Physical
Construction
Back Box - Mild Steel, Door - PC/ABS
Colour
Graphite
Dimensions (H x W x D)
400mm x 320mm x 170mm
Weight
15kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Cable Entry
Top: 20 entry cable knockouts (20mm)
Rear: 7 entry cable knockouts (20mm)
System configuration
The CF2000GCPD can be configured to operate
as a 1 or 2 loop panel, or as a network
configured panel to integrate up to 126 Cooper
control panels.
Monitored 24V dc, 30mA (max)
Auxiliary Fault
Standard Panel Connections
All loop mounted equipment has integral short
circuit isolators, ensuring loop integrity is
maintained should a short circuit fault occur on
the loop.
A comprehensive range of interface units are
available with the CF2000GCPD including the
CSI350 spur isolator which permits Cooper
intelligent addressable sensors to be connected
to the loop as a spur.
Connection to external equipment or mimic
panel is achieved via the RS485 serial output.
LOOP 1 CONNECTIONS
Using Cooper system protocol the panel "auto
learns" the equipment mounted on the loop/s
and "soft addresses" each item, ensuring a
simple setup procedure and reducing the time
required for system setup.
NO C NC
AUX
RELAY
- + - +0V - +26V - +26VS+
FAULT
RELAY
FIRE
R/E
FIRE
P/E
LOOP 1
S+ S- F- F+
6K8 EOL RESISTOR*
}
- + + 1- + 2 - + 1- + 2 -
LOOP 2
CLASS
CHANGE
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT 1
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT 2
* required to be fitted to terminal if circuits not used
Product Codes
Code
CF2000GCPD
NC
MFALOG
18
24V
O/P
S- F- F+
COOPER CONVENTIONAL SOUNDERS
(IF REQUIRED)
The panel back box can be either surface or
semi flush mounted with cable entry points to
both the top and rear. The mother board and
integrated power supply are mounted on a sub
chassis which is easily removed to aid panel
fitting.
LOOP 2 CONNECTIONS
The CF2000GCPD has been designed with ease
of installation as a major objective.
Description
Intelligent Addressable 2 Loop Control Panel
Add to end of product code if network card required
Fire Alarm System Log Book
TX+ TX-
MIMIC
REPEATER
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
CTPR3000 - Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
Overview
Features
The CTPR3000 touch-screen repeater panel
provides sophisticated "touch-screen"
functionality yet achieves a simple end-user
interface operation within a compact panel
design.
• Large versatile touchscreen user interface
• Multi-language selection
capability
• Full network capability up
to 126 panels
• Programmable as an active
or passive repeater
• Plug and play (all system
information is uploaded
through the network)
• Integral battery and power
supply
The CTPR3000 is designed to work with all
Cooper intelligent addressable control panels as
well as other network repeaters.
The Cooper touch-screen repeater panel is easy
to install and commission. All text is transmitted
via the network and is automatically updated.
Benefits
• Aesthetical, compact panel
• Simple to operate end
user touch-screen interface
• Requires no programming
(plug and play)
• Full system visibility and
control
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Touch-Screen Repeater Panel - CTPR3000
Dimensions
D
Technical Specification
Code
CTPR3000
Description
Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt4
W
Specification
H
Mains Input Voltage
230V ac +10% / -15%
Operating Voltage
24V dc
System Indicators
Power on, fire, fault, test, disable and scroll
System Controls
Silence alarms, evacuate and reset
Input Ports
RS232 (for connection of programmer)
Battery
2 x 12V 3.2Ah
Standby Duration
24 hours
(full system control if set as active)
Panel
Cutout
Environmental
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
375
357
95
345
325
50
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Graphite
Dimensions (H x W x D)
375mm x 357mm x 95mm
Weight
8kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Network Connected
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
Device Overview
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Panel is connected to the
network as part of a
networked system.
• Supplied with integral
power supply and standby
battery.
• Touch-screen end user
interface.
Wall mounted by means of 4 fixing screws.
Cable entry at top or back.
11 top entry gland holes.
Separate rear access cable entry facility.
Local mains supply required.
Must be network connected.
System Functionality
Mains Supply
Network Link
• Panel operates in either normal, supervisor or
engineer mode.
• Supervisor and engineer modes are accessed
via 4 digit pass codes.
• Supervisor mode allows full system operation.
• Engineer mode enables password to be
changed if required and allows access to text
download menu.
• When connected to network, all text is
transmitted via network, changes to other
network panels update automatically.
Standard Connection
+24V dc
IN
+24V dc
OUT
NETWORK 1
NETWORK 2
+ -
+ -
A B X Y E
A B X Y E
FAULT
RELAY
AUX
RELAY
NO C NC NO C NC
TO PANEL EARTH
Product Codes
Code
CTPR3000
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
PROGRAMMABLE
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Passive Repeater Panel
CF3000PRG - Passive Repeater Panel
Overview
Features
The CF3000PRG is a cost effective passive
repeater panel which can be programmed via
its informative display to be either fully passive
(display only) or semi passive (restricted
system control).
• 2 x 40 Backlit LCD display
• 6 Supervisory LED’s
• Loop and network connected
versions available
• Maximum of 20 repeaters
can be connected to a loop
• Integral battery and power
supply
• Can be surface or semirecessed mounted
• Limited system control in
supervisor mode:
When loop connected the repeater panel will
display the system information text of the
connected control panel and will provide a fire
indication, with panel number, of any connected
network control panel that has fire activation.
The CF3000PRG repeater panel only requires
programming with local text information.
In addition to the repeater panels main menu
driven 2 x 40 backlit LCD display, which
provides system status information, it also has 6
supervisory LED’s (power on, alarm, fault,
supervisory, test in progress, and scroll).
- Silence
- Evacuate
- Reset
Benefits
• Compact economy panel
• Menu driven LCD display
• Requires no programming
(network version only)
• Reduced wiring and
installation costs
• Numeric access code
(no lost keys)
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Intelligent Addressable Passive Repeater Panel - CF3000PRG
Dimensions
Technical Specification
D1
W
Code
CF3000PRG
Description
Passive Repeater Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt4
Specification
MUTE
BUZZER
H
1
2
3
4
5
D2
H (mm)
270
W (mm)
332
D1 (mm)
45
Mains Input Voltage
230V ac +10% / -15%
Operating Voltage
24V dc
System Indicators
Power on, fire, fault, test, disable and scroll
System Controls
Silence alarms, evacuate and reset
Input Ports
RS232 (for connection of programmer)
Battery
1 x 12V 3.2Ah
Standby Duration
24 hours
SCROLL
D2 (mm)
47
Environmental
Operating Temperature
0°C to +25°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Light Grey
Dimensions (H x W x D)
332mm x 270mm x 92mm
Weight
3.6kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Loop Connected
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Wall mounted by means of 4 fixing screws.
2. Cable entry at top or back.
3. 12 top entry gland holes with push out
blanking plugs.
4. 4 separate rear access cable entry facilities.
5. Local mains supply required.
Network Link
Note:
In this configuration the repeater would
give "text" information for the panel that
is on the loop, but only address number
for the other panel on the network.
Device Overview
1. Panel can be connected to
either the detection loop of a
single panel or to a network
as part of a networked system.
2. Supplied with integral power
supply and standby battery.
Standard Connection
SCREEN
Tx +
Tx -
Network Connected
1. Panel operates in either normal, supervisor or
engineer mode.
2. Supervisor and engineer modes are accessed
via 4 digit pass codes.
3. Supervisor mode allows silence, evacuate
and reset commands to be sent to host panel
(loop connected) or to network (network
connected).
4. Engineer mode enables password to be
changed if required and allows access to text
download menu.
Rs485
MIMIC
TEXT DOWNLOAD
LOOP
OUT
- +
SCREEN
Mains Supply
System Functionality
SCREEN
Mains Supply
5. When connected to network,
all text is transmitted via
network, changes to other
network panels update
automatically.
6. When connected to a
detector loop, text for host is
downloaded to repeater.
7. Zonal fire and fault indication
is by means of 2 x 40
character LCD display.
LOOP
IN
- +
Mains Supply
Network Link
Product Codes
Code
CF3000PRG
CF3000PRGNC
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Passive Repeater Panel (loop connected)
Intelligent Addressable Passive Repeater Panel (network connected)
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CAP320 - Optical Sensor
CAP320 - Optical Sensor / CAPT340 - Photo-Thermal / CAH330 - Heat Sensor
CAPT340 - Photo-Thermal Sensor
Overview
Features
This range of intelligent addressable sensors
have been specifically designed to operate
with Cooper intelligent addressable fire
systems.
•
•
•
•
•
All sensors are third party approved to the
relevant section of EN54 (part 7 for smoke
detectors & part 5 for heat detectors).
The optical sensor (CAP320) is suitable for most
applications giving the fastest response to slow
burning or smouldering fires which give rise to
large visible smoke particles.
The photo-thermal sensor (CAPT340) will
respond quickly to fast clean burning fires yet
maintain the advantage of optical sensors when
detecting smouldering fires. The thermal
enhancement of this sensor allows a higher
alarm threshold which provides a greater
rejection of false alarms. The sensor will also
raise an alarm at temperatures exceeding 60ºC.
CAH330 - Heat Sensor
The heat sensor (CAH330) can be set to one of 3
modes 77ºC / 92ºC and rate of rise. These
sensors are designed to be used in
environments where the ambient conditions
might cause false alarms if smoke detection
were to be used, for example where there is a
high level of dust, fumes, steam or smoke under
normal conditions.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Wide range of sensor types
360° visibility LED using
lightpipe technology
• Drift compensation
• Removable detector
chamber
• Aesthetically pleasing
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Single "multi-mode" heat
sensor
• Wide viewing angle for
increased LED visibility
• Common mounting base
• Positive "lock" indication
• Discreet design for
incorporation into any
decor
• Easy to maintain/service
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Intelligent Addressable Sensors - CAP320 / CAPT340 / CAH330
Technical Specification
Code
CAP320
CAPT340
CAH330
Description
Optical Smoke Sensor
Photo-Thermal Sensor
Multi-Mode Heat Sensor
Standards
EN54 Pt7 2000 + A1:2002, EN54 Pt17
EN54 P5 & P7 2000 + A1:2002, EN54 Pt17
EN54 Pt5 2000 + A1:2002, EN54 Pt17
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
220µA (max)
220µA (max)
220µA (max)
5mA (max)
5mA (max)
5mA (max)
Auto address
Auto address
Auto address
Operating voltage
Standby Current
Alarm Current
Addressing Mode
Specification
Mounting Position
Ceiling in open areas
Ceiling in open areas
Ceiling in open areas
Mounting Options
Surface mount with CAB300 base
Surface mount with CAB300 base
Surface mount with CAB300 base
Area Coverage
100m² (subject to local standard)
100m² (subject to local standard)
50m² (subject to local standard)
System Wiring
Min. 1.5mm, 2 core loop or spur
Min. 1.5mm, 2 core loop or spur
Min. 1.5mm, 2 core loop or spur
Rate of Rise
N/A
A1S
A1R
Fixed Heat 77ºC
N/A
N/A
BS
Fixed Heat 90ºC
N/A
N/A
CS
AIR
N/A
60ºC
60ºC
BS
N/A
N/A
77ºC
Heat Class
Alarm Temperature (static)
CS
N/A
N/A
90ºC
360° visibility light pipe
360° visibility light pipe
360° visibility light pipe
-20°C to +60°C
-20°C to +50°C
-20°C to +60°C
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
White
White
White
Dimensions Excl Base (Dia x D)
101mm x 33mm
101mm x 43mm
101mm x 43mm
Dimensions Incl Base (Dia x D)
104mm x 45mm
104mm x 55mm
104mm x 55mm
76g
76g
76g
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Indication
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (non condensing)
Physical
Construction
Colour
Weight (without base)
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Dimensions
Dia
D
Installation
User Interface
1. Sensors are fixed and wired via common
mounting base.
2. Cable entry into base can be rear or side.
3. A locking facility is provided which can be
activated if required to prevent unauthorised
sensor removal without the use of a special tool.
1. LED indicates detector
status, can be set to flash
to confirm communication
with control panel,
illuminates continuously
under fire conditions.
2. All wiring connections are
via a common mounting
base (ordered separately).
Note:
Description
Dia (mm)
Optical
Photo-Thermal
Multi-Mode Heat
101
101
101
For wiring information please see
CAB300 base.
D (mm)
D (mm)
(excl base) (incl base)
33
45
43
55
43
55
Product Codes
Code
CAP320
CAPT340
CAH330
CAB300
CIR301
MDP201
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Optical Smoke Sensor
Intelligent Addressable Photo/Thermal Sensor
Intelligent Addressable Multi-Mode Heat Sensor
Intelligent Addressable Standard Base
Conventional Remote Indicator
Duct Probe (requires detector and base)
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Standard Base
CAP320 - Optical Sensor
CAB300 - Standard Base
Overview
Features
The intelligent addressable sensor standard
base (CAB300) has been designed for
flexibility, simplicity and speed of installation.
• Integral sensor shorting link
• Separate loop in and loop
out terminals
• Stand off fixing feature
• Accepts side entry cables
• Selectable sensor locking
feature
The (CAB300) is compatible with the Cooper
range of intelligent addressable sensors and
fire systems.
CAPT340 - Photo-Thermal Sensor
This intelligent addressable standard base
incorporates a purpose designed shorting link to
ensure wiring continuity if a sensor is removed.
This device also has a retaining clip to provide
positive feedback when the sensor is correctly
fitted and a retaining clip that can be replaced
with locking device (supplied with base) to
prevent unauthorised sensor removal.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Common mounting base
for Cooper intelligent
addressable sensors
• Positive "lock" indication
• multiple cable entry points
• Easy to maintain/service
CAH330 - Heat Sensor
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Intelligent Addressable Standard Base - CAB300
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
104
D (mm)
22
Code
CAB300
Description
Standard Base
Physical
D
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
104mm x 22mm
Compatibility
Dia
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Sensors
Installation
User Interface
1. Separate terminals are provided for loop in
and loop out connections.
2. Each terminal can accept up to 2 x 2.5mm
cables.
3. Base incorporates a substantial cable entry
aperture in the rear of the base.
4. Breakouts are provided to enable the sensor
base to sit neatly over surface cables and
then enter via the rear entry aperture.
5. Base mounting incorporates a stand off
feature to help prevent distortion when
mounted on an uneven surface.
6. Fixings are suitable for standard BESA box or
direct fixing to suitable surface.
1. Heavy duty terminals are
provided for each
connection, each terminal
can accept 2 x 2.5mm
cables.
2. Separate loop in and loop
out terminals are provided
for each connection.
Standard Connection
+
remote indicator (optional)
4
E
S-
3
E
3
LED
4
S+
LED
Loop start
Loop finish
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
+V
F-
F+
1
1
2
2
- VE OUT
- VE IN
earth screen of cable must be continuous
WARNING:
If using the outer connection on terminal 2, ensure the operation of the switch is not impeded
and that there are no shorts between terminal 2 and the switch contact.
Product Codes
Code
CAB300
26
Description
Intelligent Addressable Standard Base
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Sounder Base
CAS380 with sensor fitted
CAS380 - Sounder Base
Overview
Features
The intelligent addressable sounder base
(CAS380) can be used both with a sensor or as
a stand alone device.
• Integral short circuit isolator
• Integral sensor mounting
base
• Can be used with a sensor
as a sounder base or stand
alone as a sounder
• Cover plate (optional)
The (CAS380) is compatible with the Cooper
range of intelligent addressable sensors and
fire systems.
CAS380 with cover fitted (CASC)
This device incorporates a sensor mounting
base, a sensor can be fitted to the sounder base
or alternatively an optional cover plate (CASC)
can be used to enable the sounder to operate as
a dedicated discreet stand alone sounder.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• First fix base
• Selectable tones
controlled by the panel
• Adjustable volume
controlled by the panel
• Single point connection for
sensor and sounder (saving
on both time and installation
costs)
• Can be used with a sensor
or stand alone
• Easy to maintain/service
CAS380 - Sounder Base
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Intelligent Addressable Sounder Base - CAS380
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
102
D (mm)
40
Code
CAS380
Description
Sounder Base
Standards
EN54 Pt3
Specification
D
Operating Voltage
17V dc to 32V dc
Standby Current
< 320µA
Tones (set by panel)
Continuous: 910Hz
Pulsed: 910Hz / 0Hz pulse 1Hz
Two tone: 610 / 910Hz at 1Hz cycle
Dia
Slow whoop
Sound Output at +/-3dB
Low volume : 84dB at < 4mA
(set by panel)
Medium volume : 92dB at < 8mA
High volume : 95dB at < 12mA
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10 to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
120mm x 40mm
Weight
0.2kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface via
2 fixings holes.
3. Cables enter through aperture in base (rear
entry only)
4. Main body is then clipped into place on base,
main body locks into place when pressed into
position.
5. Cables pass through aperture in sounder
body and terminate at the front.
6. Connections are to connector block on front
of main sounder body.
7. Sensor or cover plate is then
fixed to sounder.
8. Sensor or cover plate can be
locked in place if required.
System Functionality
1. Volume and tone are set by
control panel, no need to
access sounder to alter
setting.
2. Soft addressed.
Standard Connection
3
Loop start
2
E
4
4
LED
Loop finish
E
S-
F-
1
LED
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
+ - +
-
S+
+ - +
-
3
F+
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is connected to the system.
Earth screen must be continuous along entire length of loop.
NOTE:
Base terminal 1, 2, 3 and 4 not used. All wiring terminates as shown above.
Product Codes
Code
CAS380
CASC
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Sounder Base
Sounder Cover Plates (pack of 5)
1
2
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Sounder Beacon Base
CASBB384 with sensor fitted
CASBB384 - Sounder Beacon Base
Overview
Features
The intelligent addressable sounder beacon
base (CASBB384) can be used both with a
sensor or as a stand alone device.
• Integral short circuit isolator
• Integral sensor mounting
base
• Can be used with a sensor
as a sounder beacon base
or stand alone as a sounder
beacon
• Cover plate (optional)
The (CASBB384) is compatible with the Cooper
range of intelligent addressable sensors and
fire systems.
CASC - Cover Plate
This device includes all the features of the
intelligent addressable sounder base (CAS380)
whilst also incorporating a powerful LED beacon.
The intelligent addressable beacon base
incorporates a sensor mounting base, a sensor
can be fitted directly to the base, or alternatively
an optional cover plate (CASC) can be used to
provide a dedicated discreet stand alone device.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• First fix base
• Selectable tones
controlled by the panel
• Adjustable volume
controlled by the panel
• Single point connection for
sensor, sounder and LED
beacon (saving on both
time and installation costs)
• Can be used with a sensor
or stand alone
• Easy to maintain/service
CASBB384 - Sounder Beacon Base
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Intelligent Addressable Sounder Beacon Base - CASBB384
Dimensions
Dia
D
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
115
D (mm)
44
Code
CASBB384
Description
Sounder Beacon Base
Standards
EN54 Pt3
Specification
Operating Voltage
17V dc to 32V dc
Standby Current
< 320µA
Tones (set by panel)
Continuous: 910Hz
Pulsed: 910Hz / 0Hz pulse 1Hz
Two tone: 610 / 910Hz at 1Hz cycle
Slow whoop: 500 – 1200Hz in 3.5 Seconds
Sound Output at +/-3dB
Low volume : 77dB at < 6.6mA
(set by panel)
Medium volume : 89dB at < 8mA
High volume : 90dB at < 9mA
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10 to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
115mm x 44mm
Weight
0.2kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
System Functionality
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface via
2 fixings holes.
3. Cables enter through aperture in base
(rear entry only)
4. Main body is then clipped into place on base,
main body locks into place when pressed into
position.
5. Connections are to connector block on front
of main sounder body.
6. Sensor or cover plate is then fixed to sounder,
(can be locked in place if required).
1. Volume and tone are set by
control panel, no need to
access sounder to alter
setting.
2. Soft addressed.
Standard Connection
3
Loop start
2
E
4
4
LED
Loop finish
E
S-
F-
1
LED
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
+ - +
-
S+
+ - +
-
3
F+
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is connected to the system.
Earth screen must be continuous along entire length of loop.
NOTE:
Base terminal 1, 2, 3 and 4 not used. All wiring terminates as shown above.
Product Codes
Code
CASBB384
CASC
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Sounder Beacon Base
Sounder Beacon Cover Plates (pack of 5)
1
2
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Loop Connected Remote Indicator
MRIAD - Loop Connected Remote Indicator
Overview
Features
The intelligent addressable loop connected
remote indicator (MRIAD) is designed to
provide discreet remote indication, which is
controlled by the intelligent addressable
control panel, whilst providing the ability to
monitor multiple sensors within an area
thereby minimising wiring requirements.
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The (MRIAD) is compatible with the Cooper
range of intelligent addressable fire systems.
The device is connected directly on to the loop,
and is "soft addressed" by the panel on system
start up and is fitted with integral short circuit
isolators.
When using "site installer" the intelligent
addressable loop connected remote indicator
should be programmed as an address output
(sounder) and can be programmed using the
comprehensive cause and effect tables to
operate continuous, pulsing, by global, panel,
zone, address or on double knock input etc.
The device is supplied complete with back box
and is surface mounted.
Loop connected
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
High visibility LED
Can be programmed to
monitor multiple remote
sensors
• Fits on to a standard single
gang back box
• Aesthetically pleasing
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Wide viewing angle for
increased visibility
• Discreet design for
incorporation in to any
decor
• Can be remote mounted
• Can be activated by
cause and effect
programming
• Reduced cost
• Minimises cabling
• Easy to maintain/service
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Intelligent Addressable Remote Indicator - MRIAD
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
87
87
49
D
Code
MRIAD
Description
Loop Connected Remote Indicator
Specification
H
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Quiescent Current
220µA
Alarm Current
6mA
Cable Size
0.5 mm² to 2.5 mm²
Environmental
W
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
ABS
Colour
White
Lens Colour
Red
Dimensions (H x W x D)
87mm x 87mm x 49mm
Weight
0.28kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Standard Connection
Installation
MRIAD
1. Mounting plate fixes to single gang back box
or can be direct fixed to wall or ceiling.
2. Cable entry is normally from rear but
breakouts are provided in side of base plate
3. Cables connect to terminals on PCB within
base plate.
4. Front cover is pushed onto base plate and
locks in place.
OUT
IN
screen connected using suitable terminal in backbox
LOOP
OUT
LOOP
IN
- + - +
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
System Functionality
Terminal block unplugs
for ease of connection
1. MRIAD is addressable and is programmed to
activate when selected detectors are triggered.
2. LED cancels when detector is reset.
3. Low current consumption.
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of loop.
Product Codes
Code
MRIAD
CIR301
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Remote Indicator
Conventional Remote Indicator
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Reflective Beam Detectors
Optional Mounting Bracket with cable clamp
facilities
MAB50R / MAB100R - Reflective Beam Detectors
Combined transmitter and receiver for ease of
installation
Overview
Features
Two versions of the intelligent addressable
loop powered reflective beam detectors are
available in this range, the (MAB50R) with a
range of up to 50 metres and the (MAB100R)
with a range of 50 to 100 meters.
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Both the (MAB50R) and the (MAB100R) are
compatible with the Cooper range of intelligent
addressable fire systems.
These intelligent addressable loop powered
reflective beam detectors are extremely simple
to install, they require no separate power supply,
operate on a reflective principle and have a
simple set up mode to enable easy and quick
alignment during installation.
These units are designed to replace individual
point detectors in large open areas such as
warehouses.
Loop connected
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Reflective beam detection
Two ranges available
- up to 50m
- 50m to 100m
Benefits
• Quick and simple to setup
• Saves on both time and
installation costs
• No power supply required
• Single device to install
instead of numerous point
detectors
• Single point of maintenance
• Wall mounted for ease of
maintenance, especially in
warehouses with racking
Fire and fault conditions are signalled to the
control panel using standard loop wiring so no
additional interconnection required.
MAB50R / MAB100R - Reflective Beam Detector
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Intelligent Addressable Reflective Beam Detectors - MAB50R / MAB100R
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
210
130
120
Code
MAB50R
MAB100R
Description
Reflective Beam Detector
Reflective Beam Detector
Standards
EN54 Pt12 & Pt17 2002
EN54 Pt12 & Pt17 2002
Specification
H
D
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
< 5mA (no LED’s illuminated)
< 5mA (no LED’s illuminated)
Alarm Current
< 9mA
< 9mA
Alignment Current
< 18mA
< 18mA
10 seconds (approx)
10 seconds (approx)
5 to 50 metres
50 to 100 metres
Power up Time
W
Operating Range
Tolerance to Beam
Misalignment at 35%
Detector ± 0.8°, Prism ± 5.0°
Detector ± 0.8°, Prism ± 5.0°
Fire Alarm Thresholds
2.50dB (25%) 3.74dB (35%) 6.02dB (50%)
2.50dB (25%) 3.74dB (35%) 6.02dB (50%)
880nm
880nm
-10°C to +55°C
-10°C to +55°C
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Optical Wavelength
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
Colour
White
White
210mm 130mm x 120mm
210mm 130mm x 120mm
Weight
0.8kg
0.8kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
IP40
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Standard Connection
Installation
User Interface
MAB50R / MAB100R
1. Must be fixed to solid structure.
2. Recommended mounting height is 0.3 to 0.6
metres below the ceiling.
3. Cables can be terminated into separate
termination box (not supplied) or use purpose
designed mounting bracket (MRBFP) ordered
separately.
4. Mounting bracket has facilities for glanding of
incoming cables plus simple fixing of beam
detector.
5. Test filter is supplied with detector to simulate
required smoke obscuration level and confirm
correct operation.
1. Beam detectors status LEDs
• Red LED constantly
illuminated indicates fire
condition.
• Flashing amber LED
indicates fault condition.
OUT
IN
to beam detector socket
LOOP
OUT
LOOP
IN
+ - + Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
screen connected using suitable terminal in backbox
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of loop
System Functionality
1. Beam detectors have 3 modes
• Prism targeting mode
designed to provide simple initial alignment
of beam and reflector assembly.
• Alignment mode
Enables accurate fine tuning of beam
alignment without the need for additional
calibration equipment or a second operator.
• Normal running mode
Product Codes
Code
MAB50R
MAB100R
MRBFP
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Reflective Beam Detector (50m range)
Intelligent Addressable Reflective Beam Detector (100m range)
Mounting Bracket
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CBG370S - Callpoint
Overview
Features
Two versions of intelligent addressable
callpoints are available in this range, the
(CBG370S) which can be either surface or
flush mounted and the (CBG370WP) which is
a weatherproof version.
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•
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Both the (CBG370S) and the (CBG370WP) are
compatible with the Cooper range of
intelligent addressable fire systems.
These intelligent addressable callpoints are
attractively designed, simple to install and are
supplied as standard with a frangible glass
element and a test key for ease of maintenance.
A comprehensive range of accessories are
available to maximise the functionality of the
callpoint for particular applications.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Fast fit clip on front cover
High visibility status LED
Wide range of accessories
Heavy duty terminals
Two models available
- Internal
- Weatherproof
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Single tool for test and
access
• Robust construction
• IP65 version available
• Easy to maintain/service
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Intelligent Addressable Callpoints - CBG370S / CBG370WP
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Code
W
CBG370S
CBG370WP
Description
Surface / Flush Mounting Callpoint
Weatherproof Callpoint
Standards
EN54 Pt11
EN54 Pt11
Operating Voltage
17V dc to 32V dc
17V dc to 32V dc
Quiescent Current
< 250µA
< 250µA
-10°C to +55°C
-10°C to +55°C
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Specification
H
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
D
Physical
Construction
Description
H (mm)
Flush Mounted
87
Surface Mounted
87
Weatherproof
87
W (mm)
87
87
87
D (mm)
36
57
59
Colour
Red
Red
87mm x 87mm x 57mm (36mm flush)
87mm x 87mm x 59mm
Weight
0.2kg
0.2kg
Ingress Protection
IP42
IP65
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
1. Surface callpoint has standard rear BESA
fixing facilities. In addition, back box can
accept top or bottom surface entry cables.
Surface callpoint can also be flush mounted.
2. Callpoint has test facility via special test key
to prevent unauthorised operation.
3. Insertion of test key for test purposes and for
cover removal is at bottom of callpoint to
facilitate ease of access when mounted next
to door architrave.
4. Test key is dual function, used to test callpoint
operation by simulating activation and also to
allow removal of clip on cover to gain access
to element.
5. Element is held in place by clip on self locking
cover which can only be removed by use of a
special tool (callpoint test key).
6. Separate loop in and loop out terminals are
provided for all connections including screen
continuity on intelligent addressable callpoints.
7. Surface/flush callpoints are IP42, weatherproof
is IP65.
1. To enable quick and simple
installation, callpoints use a
fast fit self locking clip on
front cover which is very
simple to fit, but once in
place, can only be removed
by use of a special key
(supplied).
2. Callpoint is triggered by
pressing against the
element.
LOOP
OUT
- + E - +
LOOP
IN
E
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
OUT
CBG370S / CBG370WP
Screen
User Interface
IN
Installation
Screen
Standard Connection
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of loop.
Accessories
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Semi recess bezel
Spacer plates
Hinged clear cover
Resettable plastic element
Replacement test key
Replacement glass elements
Earth continuity links
Product Codes
Code
CBG370S
CBG370WP
CXPC
MBGSP
MBGBEZ
MBGREKIT
UBSG
MBG119
MFBGKEY3
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Description
Intelligent Addressable Surface/Flush Callpoint
Intelligent Addressable Weatherproof Callpoint
Protective Hinged Cover
Spacer Plates (pack of 10)
Recessing Bezels (pack of 10)
Resettable Element Kit (pack of 10)
Spare Break Glasses (pack of 5)
Earth Continuity Links (pack of 5)
Callpoint Keys (pack of 10)
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Wall Sounders
CAS381 / CAS381WP - Wall Sounders
Overview
Features
Two versions of the intelligent addressable wall
sounder are available in this range the internal
(CAS381) and the weatherproof (CAS381WP).
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Both the (CAS381) and the (CAS381WP) are
compatible with the Cooper range of intelligent
addressable fire systems.
The high efficiency design of these intelligent
addressable wall sounders offer excellent sound
output levels despite the low current
consumption.
CAS381
This device is designed for wall mounting, has a
choice of different tones and volume levels, a
built in short circuit isolator and is soft addressed
for ease of installation.
Loop powered
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
High efficiency design
Simple clip fixing assembly
Two models available
- Internal
- Weatherproof
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Low current consumption
• Selectable tones
controlled by the panel
• Adjustable volume
controlled by the panel
• First fix back box
• IP65 version available
• Easy to maintain/service
CAS381WP
This device is IP66 rated and therefore suitable
for external and wash down areas, it is designed
for wall mounting, has a choice of different tones
and volume levels, a built in short circuit isolator
and is soft addressed for ease of installation.
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Intelligent Addressable Wall Sounders - CAS381 / CAS381WP
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Code
CAS381
CAS381WP
Description
Internal Wall Sounder
Weatherproof Wall Sounder
Standards
EN54 Pt3
EN54 Pt3
17V dc to 32V dc
17V dc to 32V dc
w
D
D
Specification
Operating Voltage
H
H
Standby Current
Tones (set by panel)
W
Internal
Wall Sounder
Weatherproof
Wall Sounder
Sound Output at +/-3dB
(set by panel)
Description
Internal
Weatherproof
H (mm)
105
108
W (mm)
105
108
D (mm)
95
103
< 320µA
< 320µA
Continuous: 984Hz
Continuous: 984Hz
Pulsed: 984Hz / 0Hz pulse 1Hz
Pulsed: 984Hz / 0Hz pulse 1Hz
Two tone: 644 / 984Hz at 1Hz cycle
Two tone: 644 / 984Hz at 1Hz cycle
Slow whoop: 500-1200Hz
Slow whoop: 500-1200Hz
in 3.5 seconds/0.5secs gap
in 3.5 seconds/0.5secs gap
Low volume : 87dB at < 2mA
Low volume : 87dB at < 2mA
Medium volume : 93dB at < 3mA
Medium volume : 93dB at < 3mA
High volume: 100dB at < 6mA
High volume: 100dB at < 6mA
-10°C to +55°C
-10°C to +55°C
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
Colour
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
Ingress Protection
Red
Red
105mm x 105mm x 95mm
108mm x 108mm x 103mm
0.25kg
0.57kg
IP42
IP66
Rear/side
Rear/side
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cable Entry
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
CAS381
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface
using 2 fixing holes.
3. Cable entry can be rear or side.
4. Connections are to connector block on main
sounder body.
5. Main body is then clipped into position on
mounting base, body locks into position when
pressed home.
CAS381 / CAS381WP
1. Volume is set by fire control
panel, no need to access
sounder to alter setting.
2. Tone is set by fire control
panel, no need to access
sounder to alter setting.
LOOP
OUT
- + E - +
LOOP
IN
E
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
OUT
CAS381 / CAS381WP
IN
System Functionality
Screen
Installation
Screen
Standard Connection
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of loop.
CAS381WP
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface
using 2 fixing holes.
3. Cable entry can be rear or side.
4. Connections are to connector block on main
sounder body.
5. Main body is then fastened onto base,
using 4 allen head screws (supplied).
Product Codes
Code
CAS381
CAS381WP
38
Description
Intelligent Addressable Internal Wall Sounder
Intelligent Addressable Weatherproof Wall Sounder
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Wall Sounder Beacons
CASB383 / CASB383WP - Wall Sounder Beacons
Overview
Features
Two versions of the intelligent addressable wall
sounder beacon are available in this range the
internal (CASB383) and the weatherproof
(CASB383WP).
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Both the (CASB383) and the (CASB383WP) are
compatible with the Cooper range of intelligent
addressable fire systems.
The high efficiency design of these intelligent
addressable wall sounder beacons offer excellent
sound output levels despite the low current
consumption. Whilst also including a high
powered LED beacon to provide both audible
and visual alarm signals.
CASB383
This device is designed for wall mounting, has a
choice of different tones and volume levels, a
built in short circuit isolator and is soft addressed
for ease of installation.
Loop powered
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
High efficiency design
High output LED beacon
Simple clip fixing assembly
Two models available
- Internal
- Weatherproof
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• High efficency audio/visual
unit
• Low current consumption
• Selectable tones
controlled by the panel
• Adjustable volume
controlled by the panel
• First fix back box
• IP65 version available
• Easy to maintain/service
CASB383WP
This device is IP66 rated so suitable for external
and wash down areas, it designed for wall
mounting, has a choice of different tones and
volume levels, a built in short circuit isolator and
is soft addressed for ease of installation.
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Intelligent Addressable Wall Sounder Beacons - CASB383 / CASB383WP
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Code
CASB383
CASB383WP
Description
Internal Wall Sounder Beacon
Weatherproof Wall Sounder Beacon
Standards
EN54 Pt3
EN54 Pt3
17V dc to 32V dc
17V dc to 32V dc
w
D
D
Specification
Operating Voltage
H
H
Standby Current
Tones (set by panel)
W
Internal
Wall Sounder Beacon
Weatherproof
Wall Sounder Beacon
Sound Output at +/-3dB
(set by panel)
Description
Internal
Weatherproof
H (mm)
105
108
W (mm)
105
108
D (mm)
95
103
Flash Energy
< 320µA
< 320µA
Continuous: 984Hz
Continuous: 984Hz
Pulsed: 984Hz / 0Hz pulse 1Hz
Pulsed: 984Hz / 0Hz pulse 1Hz
Two tone: 644 / 984Hz at 1Hz cycle
Two tone: 644 / 984Hz at 1Hz cycle
Slow whoop: 500-1200Hz
Slow whoop: 500-1200Hz
in 3.5 seconds/0.5secs gap
in 3.5 seconds/0.5secs gap
Low volume: 92dB at < 6.5mA
Low volume: 92dB at < 6.5mA
Medium volume: 97dB at < 7.5mA
Medium volume: 97dB at < 7.5mA
High volume: 100dB at < 8.5mA
High volume: 100dB at < 8.5mA
1Hz
1Hz
-10°C to +55°C
-10°C to +55°C
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Colour
Red
Red
Lens Colour
Red
Red
105mm x 105mm x 95mm
108mm x 108mm x 103mm
0.21kg
0.32kg
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
Ingress Protection
IP42
IP66
Rear/side
Rear/side
0.5mm to 2.5mm/ FIRETUF, FP200 or MICC
0.5mm to 2.5mm/ FIRETUF, FP200 or MICC
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cable Entry
Cable Size / Type
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
CASB383
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface
using 2 fixing holes.
3. Cable entry can be rear or side.
4. Connections are to connector block on main
sounder body.
5. Main body is then clipped into position on
mounting base, body locks into position when
pressed home.
CASB383 / CASB383WP
1. Volume is set by fire control
panel, no need to access
sounder to alter setting.
2. Tone is set by fire control
panel, no need to access
sounder to alter setting.
LOOP
OUT
- + E - +
LOOP
IN
E
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
OUT
CASB383 / CASB383WP
IN
System Functionality
Screen
Installation
Screen
Standard Connection
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of loop.
CASB383WP
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface
using 2 fixing holes.
3. Cable entry can be rear or side.
4. Connections are to connector block on main
sounder body.
5. Main body is then fastened onto base,
using 4 allen head screws (supplied).
Product Codes
Code
CASB383
CASB383WP
40
Description
Intelligent Addressable Internal Wall Sounder Beacon
Intelligent Addressable Weatherproof Wall Sounder Beacon
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Loop Connected LED Beacon
MAB870 - Loop Connected LED Beacon
Overview
Features
The intelligent addressable loop connected
LED beacon (MAB870) is available to
complement audible alarms for use in areas
either where people may be present who have
impaired hearing or areas with high ambient
noise levels.
•
•
•
•
•
•
The (MAB870) is compatible with the Cooper
range of intelligent addressable fire systems.
This device is designed for both wall and ceiling
mounting, has a built in short circuit isolator and
is soft addressed for ease of installation.
Loop powered
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
High efficiency design
High output LED beacon
Low profile design
Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Quick and simple to install
High efficency visual unit
Low current consumption
First fix back box
Easy to maintain/service
41
Intelligent Addressable Loop Connected LED Beacon - MAB870
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
95
D (mm)
53
Code
MAB870
Description
Loop Connected LED Beacon
Specification
D
Operating Voltage
17V dc to 32V dc
Standby Current
< 250µA
Alarm Current
< 4.1mA
Flash Frequency
1/2Hz
Environmental
Dia
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Red
Lens Colour
Red
Dimensions (Dia x D)
95mm x 53mm
Weight
0.15kg
Ingress Protection
IP54
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
1. Installation is simple using first fix base.
2. First fix base is fixed to mounting surface
via 2 fixings holes.
3. Cable entry is from the rear.
4. Connections are to connector block on
beacon body.
5. Beacon body is pressed into first fix base
then twisted to lock into position.
1. Utilises multiple LED's
combined with careful optical
design to provide high
intensity flash with low current
consumption.
2. Low profile design for discreet
installation.
LOOP
OUT
- + E - +
LOOP
IN
E
Compatible Cooper
Intelligent Addressable
Control Panel
OUT
MAB870
IN
System Functionality
Screen
Installation
Screen
Standard Connection
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of loop.
Product Codes
Code
MAB870
42
Description
Intelligent Addressable Loop Connected LED Beacon
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
4 Way Sounder Controller Unit
CSC354 - 4 Way Sounder Controller Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of interfaces are available
to support the Cooper range of control panels,
providing solutions for most design
requirements.
•
•
•
•
The 4 way sounder controller unit (CSC354) is a
loop connected interface, which provides the
facility to power and control 4 independent
conventional sounder circuits. This greatly
simplifies installation in applications where
specialist sounders or beacons are required by
avoiding the need to connect them directly to
the intelligent addressable control panel.
This unit only uses a single address yet each
circuit can be independently controlled
according to the required cause and effect
programming.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
4 Separate sounder circuit
outputs (total 1.6A max)
• Avoids the need to wire
conventional sounders
back to the control panel
• Outputs are independently
programmable
• Integral battery and power
supply
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Increased system integrity
• Beacons and strobes can be
wired direct to the interface
(saving on both time and
installation)
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Intelligent Addressable 4 Way Sounder Controller Unit - CSC354
Technical Specification
Dimensions
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
300
300
74
D
Code
CSC354
Description
4 Way Sounder Controller Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt4 & Pt17 2005
Specification
H
W
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Quiescent Current
250µA
Mains Supply Voltage
230V ac
Mains Current Consumption
0.4A
Battery
2 x 12 V, 4Ah, SLA
Standby Period
24 hours + 30 minutes ringing
Sounder Circuit Output
0.4A (max)
Sounder Load
1.6A (max)
Fire Relay Switching Voltage
30V dc
Switching Current
1A (resistive), 0.5A (inductive) (max)
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +45ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
ABS/Steel
Dimensions (H x W x D)
300mm x 300mm x 74mm
Weight
5.4kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. The sounder controller interface requires a local
unswitched 230V supply and incorporates a back
up battery to maintain functionality under mains
failure conditions.
2. Cable entry can be top or rear.
3. Top entry is via 20mm conduit entries
(pre-fitted with blanking plugs for unused entries).
4. Rear entry via substantial cable slot in metal back plate
5. Top cover secured with tamper resistant screws
Standard Connections
6K8
6K8
6K8
6K8
intelligent addressable loop
230V ac mains
FIRE RELAY
N/O
L
N
E
E
+
-
E
+
-
E
+
-
E
+
-
C
N/C
E
-
+
E
-
+
IN
OUT
+
+
back up
battery
BATT
-
NOTES:
1. Earth (Screen) cable must be connected to its adjacent earth terminal.
2. The end of line resistor must always be fitted, even if input is not used.
3. Sounder circuits are monitored for wiring open and short circuit.
4. Output fire relay is a set of changeover volt free-contacts and is not monitored.
5. This unit should only be finally connected to the 230V ac mains supply and battery,
during system commissioning.
Product Codes
Code
CSC354
44
Description
4 Way Sounder Controller Unit
-
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Zone Monitor Unit
CZMU352 - Zone Monitor Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of interfaces are available
to support the Cooper range of control panels,
providing solutions for most design
requirements.
•
•
•
•
The zone monitor unit (CZMU352) connects a
zone of suitable Cooper conventional detectors
and a separate zone of Cooper conventional
callpoints (if required).
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Accepts a zone of Cooper
conventional detectors
• Input monitored for open,
short circuit and earth
contact faults
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Easy to expand a system
using existing wiring
45
Intelligent Addressable Zone Monitor Unit - CZMU352
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
88
147
60
H
Code
CZMU352
Description
Zone Monitor Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18 2005
Specification
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30 V dc
Quiescent Current
2.8mA
Alarm Current
8mA
Current with 20 Detectors
3.4mA
Detector Load
20 detectors per zone (max)
Callpoint Load
Unlimited
W
D
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
88mm x 147mm x 60mm
Weight
0.23kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Zone monitor unit is fixed to a deep double
gang back box (supplied).
2. All connections are via heavy duty terminals.
3. Cable entry can be top, bottom, side or rear.
4. Can be surface or semi recessed mounted.
Standard Connections
EOLM-1
6K
- OUT +
- IN +
intelligent addressable loop
E
-
+
E
OUT
- OUT+
- IN +
-
+
IN
LOOP
-
E
+
CALLPOINT
ZONE
E
-
+
DETECTOR
ZONE
Callpoints can be connected with detectors on detector zone if preferred
NOTES:
1. Earth (Screen) cable must be connected to its adjacent earth terminal.
2. The end of line resistor must always be fitted, even if input is not used.
3. Maximum spur length - see BS5839 Pt:1 2002 for zone coverage.
4. There is no maximum number of conventional callpoints allowed per zone output.
5. Unit can only be used with its respective Cooper fire systems and compatible sensor and base.
Product Codes
Code
CZMU352
46
Description
Zone Monitor Unit
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Shop Monitor Unit
CSUM355 - Shop Monitor Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of interfaces are available
to support the Cooper range of control panels,
providing solutions for most design
requirements.
•
•
•
•
The shop monitor unit (CSUM355) is designed
to enable small units with conventional fire
detection to be fully integrated with a main
intelligent addressable fire system.
This unit is ideal for applications such as
connecting individual shop units into a main
shopping centre system.
An external power supply is required to drive the
2 conventional sounder circuits. This power
supply must be regulated for fire and current
limited.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Provides 2 conventional
sounder circuits
• Accepts a zone of Cooper
conventional detectors and
a zone of conventional
callpoints
• Includes output changeover
contacts (fire relay)
• Inputs monitored for open,
short circuits and earth
contact faults
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Easy to expand a system
using existing wiring
• Reduced installation cost
by using the 2 sounder
circuits
47
Intelligent Addressable Shop Monitor Unit - CSUM355
Technical Specification
Dimensions
D
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
129
180
60
Code
CSUM355
Description
Shop Monitor Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18
Specification
H
W
Operating Voltage
15V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
3.4mA (max)
Quiescent Load Current
2.8mA (max)
Alarm Current
8mA (max)
Zone Circuits
Number Input Circuits
2
Zone Circuit 1
Callpoints only
Zone Circuit 2
Detectors and Callpoints
Number of Callpoints
Unlimited
Callpoint Resistance
470Ω to 680Ω
Zone Circuit 1 EOL
6K8
Zone Circuit 2 EOL
Active EOL
Number of Detectors
20 (max)
Short Circuit Fault Threshold
150Ω
Open Circuit Fault Threshold
N/A active EOL
Sounder Circuits
Number of Sounder Circuits
2
Load per Output
300mA (max)
Sounder Circuit 1 and 2 EOL
12K
Relay
Fire Relay Single Pole C/O
1A - 30V dc
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
129mm x 180mm x 60mm
Weight
1kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Standard Connections
24V dc output
power supply unit
EOLM-1
6K8
12K
FAULT CONTACT
N/O
12K
24V
O/P
- Out +
- In +
E
-
+
E
+
-
IN
OUT
LOOP
- Out +
- In +
E
-
+
E
-
+
N/O C N/C +
+
CALLPOINT DETECTOR
ZONE
ZONE
+
-
-
E
-
+
1
E
2
SOUNDER
FIRE RELAY
Product Codes
48
Description
Shop Monitor Unit
-
+
24V
EXTERNAL
EXTERNAL
PSU
PSU
MONITOR
INPUT
callpoints can be connected with detectors on detector zone if preferred
Code
CSUM355
-
12K
intelligent addressable loop
+
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Spur Isolator Unit
CSI350 - Spur Isolator Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of interfaces are available
to support the Cooper range of control panels,
providing solutions for most design
requirements.
•
•
•
•
The spur isolator unit (CSI350) enables a spur of
intelligent addressable devices to be connected
to a main analogue loop, the device is designed
to simplify installation of remote parts of
buildings or for simple system extensions.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Allows a spur of intelligent
addressable devices to be
connected to the main loop
for the loop and the spur
• Automatically controls
addressing sequence
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Easy to expand a system
using existing wiring
• Reduced installation cost
49
Intelligent Addressable Spur Isolator Unit - CSI350
Technical Specification
Dimensions
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
88
147
60
H
Code
CSI350
Description
Spur Isolator Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 2005
Specification
Quiescent Current
170µA
Environmental
W
D
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
88mm x 147mm x 60mm
Weight
0.23kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Please refer to current edition of BS5839-1 for
details of the maximum allowable area to be
covered by a single zone.
2. Spur isolator unit is fixed to a deep double
gang back box (supplied).
3. All connections are via heavy duty terminals.
4. Cable entry can be top, bottom, side or rear.
5. Can be surface or semi recessed mounted.
Standard Connections
E
OUT
+
intelligent
addressable loop
no end of line
resistor required
E
E
IN
SPUR
+
+
NOTES:
1. Earth (Screen) cable must be connected to its adjacent earth terminal.
2. For maximum spur length/load see BS5839 Pt1:2002.
3. Unit can only be used with its respective Cooper fire systems and compatible sensor and base.
Product Codes
Code
CSI350
50
Description
Spur Isolator Unit
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
3 Channel I/O Unit
CIO351 - 3 Channel I/O Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of interfaces are available
to support the Cooper range of control panels,
providing solutions for most design
requirements.
• Soft addressed
• Integral short circuit isolator
• 3 separate inputs and 3
separate outputs
• Inputs monitored for open
and short circuits
The 3 channel I/O unit (CIO351) enables simple
interfacing between the fire system and other
equipment such as nurse call systems or access
control systems. The inputs are fully monitored
for open and short circuits.
Two models of the 3 channel I/O unit are
available:
CIO351 - resets on reset
CIO351S - resets on silence alarms
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Unit takes 3 inputs, and
3 outputs
- Only 1 address required
to monitor and control
saving on equipment and
installation (main unit)
51
Intelligent Addressable 3 Channel I/O Unit - CIO351 / CIO351S
Technical Specification
Dimensions
D
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
129
180
60
Code
CIO351 / CIO351S
Description
3 Channel I/O Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18 2005
Specification
Operating Voltage
H
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
310µA
Maximum Switching Voltage
50V ac or 30V dc
Output Relay Contact Rating
1A at 30V resistive, 0.5A inductive
Environmental
W
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
129mm x 180mm x 60mm
Weight
0.23kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. 3 Channel input output unit is fixed to a deep
double gang back box (supplied).
2. All connections are via heavy duty terminals.
3. Cable entry can be top, bottom, side or rear.
4. Can be surface or semi recessed mounted.
5. Relay contacts are rated at 30V dc 1A.
Standard Connections
5K6
5K6
5K6
22K
22K
22K
intelligent
addressable loop
E
-
+
E
IN
-
+
OUT
-
+
-
+
-
+
N/O C N/C
OUTPUTS
N/O C N/C N/O C N/C
INPUTS
LOOP
NOTES:
1. Earth (Screen) cable must be connected to its adjacent earth terminal.
2. The end of line resistor must always be fitted, even if input is not used.
3. Input circuit is monitored for wiring open and short circuit.
4. Output relay is a set of changeover volt free-contacts and is not monitored.
Product Codes
Code
CIO351
CIO351S
52
Description
3 Channel I/O Unit (resets on reset)
3 Channel I/O Unit (resets on silence alarms)
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
230V ac Relay Unit
CMIO353 - Relay Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of interfaces are available
to support the Cooper range of control panels,
providing solutions for most design
requirements.
•
•
•
•
•
The 230V ac relay unit (CMIO353) enables
simple interfacing between the fire system and
other equipment such as nurse call systems or
access control systems.
Benefits
The ability of the output unit to switch mains
also makes the unit ideal for plant control or
mains powered door holders.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Mains rated relay unit
Input monitored for open
and short circuits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Achieves simplified interpanel interfacing
The input is monitored for open and short
circuits therefore can be used for fire input
applications such as monitoring sprinkler flow
switches.
53
Intelligent Addressable - 230V ac Relay Unit - CMIO353
Technical Specification
Dimensions
D
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
129
180
60
Code
CMIO353
Description
230V ac Relay Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18 2005
Specification
H
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
310µA
Maximum Switching Voltage
230V ac
Maximum Switching Current
8A
Environmental
W
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
129mm x 180mm x 60mm
Weight
0.6kg
Ingress Protection
IP65
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Mains rated input relay is designed for surface
fixing.
2. All connections are via heavy duty terminals.
3. Cable entry can be top, bottom or side.
4. Output relay contacts are rated at 230V ac.
Standard Connections
5K6
intelligent addressable loop
22K
volt-free output 230V rated
E
-
+
E
IN
-
OUT
+
-
+
E
C
SPUR INPUT
NOTES:
1. Earth (Screen) cable must be connected to its adjacent earth terminal.
2. The end of line resistor must always be fitted, even if input is not used.
3. Input circuit is monitored for wiring open and short circuit.
4. Output relay is a set of changeover volt free-contacts and is not monitored.
Product Codes
Code
CMIO353
54
Description
230V ac Relay Unit
N/C N/O
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Technical I/O Unit
CFC301 - Technical I/O Unit
Overview
Features
This device has been designed to meet the
requirements of today’s building management
systems, switching controls and dampers
offering manual control, cause & effect
programming and monitoring capability’s when
integrated with the Cooper range of control
modules.
•
•
•
•
The technical I/O unit (CFC301) was designed to
be installed in any convenient position on the
loop local to the various elements of building
services and provides a cost effective
installation solution.
The device is associated to the relevant Cooper
control & display device by utilizing Cooper site
installer software and coupled with the Cooper
device’s makes programming effortless and
reliable. Data linking the two devices is sent via
the addressable loop.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Requires two address
Designed to operate in
conjunction with the Cooper
fan controller unit (FC6/18)
• Simplified BMS interface for
system control
• Meets the requirements of
today’s building
management systems
• 3 mode settings available
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Control and feedback in one
unit
• Cost effective installation
solution
Further flexibility is offered to the installer & end
user with the ability to change the CFC301’s
relay output configuration with 3 mode settings
available; this is easily selected by terminating a
22K resistor across Input 2 or 3.
55
Intelligent Addressable Technical I/O Unit - CFC301
Dimensions
Technical Specification
D
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
129
180
60
Code
CFC301
Description
Technical I/O Unit
Standards
BS5839: Pt1 (installation) & AS1668
Specification
H
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
310µA
Addressing Mode
Auto addressed
Output Relay Contact Rating
1A at 30V resistive, 0.5A inductive
Maximum Switching Voltage
50V ac or 30V dc
W
Cable Size (Min-Max)
0.5 to 2.5mm²
Recommended Cable Types
(UK) Draka - FIRETUF, Pirelli - FP200
Number of Input Circuits
3
Number of Output Circuits
3
End of Line Resistance
(input cct) 22K
Short Circuit Fault Threshold
Resistance
1K
Open Circuit Fault Threshold
Resistance
33K
Output Relays
3 sets change over contacts
Maximum Relay Contact
1A at 30V resistive, 0.5A inductive
Switching Voltage
50V ac / 30V dc
Switching Power
30W
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
129mm x 180mm x 60mm
Weight
0.6kg
Ingress Protection
IP65
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Mode Settings
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Standard Connections
Mode 1
22k across all inputs
Relay 1
5K6
ON when a fire occurs fan
5K6
5K6
control in automatic mode)
Relay 2
ON when the fan control start
button is pressed (fan control
Fan array
22K
in manual mode)
Relay 3
ON relay 2 de-activated
when the fan control stop
22K
22K
intelligent
addressable loop
button is pressed (fan control
in manual mode)
Mode 2
22k across input 1 & 2
Relay 1
ON when system is in alarm
E
-
+
E
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
N/O C N/C
OUTPUTS
N/O C N/C N/O C N/C
or when the fan control start
button is pressed
OFF when system is healthy
or when the fan control stop
IN
OUT
INPUTS
LOOP
button is pressed
Short Circuit Across Input 3 Relay 2 & 3
N/A
Mode 3
22k across all inputs
Relay 1, 2 & 3
Same as Mode 1
Input 2 alarm
Relay 1 & 2
Turns off if the system was in
alarm
Input 2 cleared
Relay 3
ON
Relay 1
ON after 60s provided
NOTES:
1. Earth (Screen) cable must be connected to its adjacent earth terminal.
2. The end of line resistor must always be fitted, even if input is not used.
3. Input circuit is monitored for wiring open and short circuit.
4. Output relay is a set of changeover volt free-contacts and is not monitored.
system is still in alarm
Relay 2 & 3
OFF
Product Codes
Code
CFC301
56
Description
Technical I/O Unit
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Fan Controller Unit
FC6 - Fan Controller Unit
Overview
Features
The fan controller units (FC18) and (FC6) are
designed to work with the Cooper range of
intelligent addressable control panels,
providing the capability to control and display
the status of AHU fans.
•
•
•
•
The (FC18) and (FC6) are connected to a Cooper
intelligent addressable control panel by means
of the comms loop, utilizing only one address
whilst providing the ability to monitor and
control up to 18/6 AHU fans.
•
•
•
•
•
Each (FC18) and (FC6) unit incorporates its own
CPU specifically configured to control the
relevant input and output logic making
programming quick and easy via the Cooper site
installer software.
Using Cooper site installer software, each
individual fan control channel is programmed to
an output and feedback input field device to
control and monitor the status of an AHU fan.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Designed to operate in
conjunction with the Cooper
technical I/O unit (CFC301)
Comprehensive LED display
Surface or rack mounting
Key operated auto/manual
operation
Comprehensive cause and
effect software
Controls:
- FC6 up to 6 fans
- FC18 up to 18 fans
• Automatic or manual
operation
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(plug and play)
• Control and feedback in one
unit
• Cost effective installation
solution
57
Fan Controller Unit - FC18 / FC6 / FC6-AU
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Code
Description
FC6 / FC6-AU
Fan Controller Unit, Surface Mount
18V dc to 24V dc
18V dc to 24V dc
Specification
H
H
FC18
Fan Controller Unit, Rack Mount
External 24V Supply
External Current
150mA
150mA
310µA (nom)
310µA (nom)
-10°C to +60°C
-10°C to +60°C
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
133mm x 482mm x 30mm
125mm x 155mm x 42mm
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Quiescent Current
W
D
Environmental
W
D
Operating Temperature
FC18
Fan Controller
FC6
Fan Controller
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Compatibility
Description
FC18
FC6
H (mm)
133
125
W (mm)
482
155
D (mm)
30
42
Mounting Details
Suitable for use with
Typical System Architecture
The FC18 is designed to be rack mounted.
The FC6 is designed to be surface mounted.
The FC6-AU is supplied un-mounted.
exhaust fan / air-conditioning
FC6 - Fixing Centres
120mm
building sevices
building sevices
60mm
CFC301
Activation of sensors
will activate or deactivate
the fans
fan controller unit
FC18 / FC6
Cooper
intelligent addressable
control panel
Product Codes
Code
FC6
FC18
FC6-AU
58
Description
Fan Controller Unit (surface mount)
Fan Controller Unit (rack mount)
Fan Controller Unit (Australia standard - supplied w/o back box)
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Mimic Relay Boards
CIOP4 / CIOP8 - Addressable Mimic Relay Boards
Overview
Features
These addressable mimic relay boards (CIOP4)
and (CIOP8) are 4 and 8 way soft addressing
output modules, incorporating integral short
circuit isolators.
• Loop powered
• Units can be soft or hard
addressed
• Integral short circuit isolator
• Single address
• 4 input, 4 output version
• 4 input, 8 output version
• PCB version incorporates
4 inputs:
- Reset
- Silence
- Evacuate
- Test
• 16 settings per output
• Trigger types: fire, fault,
disablement, test, prealarm, FRE, FPE, reset
• Trigger source: global, by
panel, by loop, by zone,
by address
• Logic functions (OR and AND)
Both the (CIOP4) and the (CIOP8) mimic relay
boards are fully compatible with the current
range of Cooper intelligent addressable control
panels. The units are suitable for switching low
voltage (24V dc at 1A maximum), via a set of
non latching relay contacts.
The flexibility of these modules is further
enhanced by the fact that each output can be
programmed for a range of triggers such as
disablement, fault, fire, test panel, test zone prealarm, fire routing equipment, fire protecting
equipment and reset with up to 16 different
trigger sources per output.
The trigger source can be global, by panel, by
loop, by zone or by address. The logic can be an
OR and AND function.
These units have an additional 4 inputs which
can initiate a reset, silence, evacuate and test
function.
They can be programmed using the CF3000
programmable site installer software and
downloaded using the RS232 port.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Pluggable terminals for
ease of wiring
• Programmable via site
installer software
• Cost effective installation
solution
59
Intelligent Addressable Mimic Relay Boards - CIOP4 / CIOP8
Dimensions
Technical Specification
D
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
180
244
63
Code
CIOP4
CIOP8
4 Way Mimic Relay Board
8 Way Mimic Relay Board
Operating Voltage
24V dc to 30V dc
24V dc to 30V dc
Operating Loop Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
Description
Specification
Current
H
Quiescent Current
1A (max)
1A (max)
6mA (nom)
6mA (nom)
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
Environmental
Humidity (Non Condensing)
W
Physical
Construction
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Boxed - ABS
Boxed - ABS
Boxed - 180mm x 244mm x 63mm
Boxed - 180mm x 244mm x 63mm
Board - 113mm x 163mm
Board - 113mm x 163mm
Boxed - 1.2kg / Board - 180kg
Boxed - 1.2kg / Board - 180kg
Boxed - IP65
Boxed - IP65
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Weight
Ingress Protection
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Configuration Instructions
Standard Connections
1. At the mimic relay board:
- Change the jumper on J10 from LOOP to
RS232 SETUP and place a jumper on J2.
- Press the RESET button on the mimic
relay board and connect a serial cable.
2. In site installer:
- The configuration is not stored in the
control panel and must be downloaded to
the mimic hardware directly.
- "right-click" on the icon within site
installer and select "upload rules to
repeater".
- The download from site installer will
commence and a confirmation message
will be displayed if successful.
3. At the mimic relay board:
- Remove the serial cable to the graphical
relay board.
- Change the jumper on J10 from RS232
SETUP back to LOOP and remove the
jumper on J2.
Product Codes
Code
CIOP4
CIOP8
60
Description
4 Way Mimic Relay Board, 4 inputs, 4 outputs
8 Way Mimic Relay Board, 4 inputs, 8 outputs
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Micro Zone Monitor Unit
MIU872 - Micro Zone Monitor Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of micro interfaces are
available to support the Cooper range of
control panels, providing solutions for most
design requirements.
•
•
•
•
The (MIU872) is a single zone input, soft
addressed, micro interface, incorporating
integral short circuit isolators.
It is fully compatible with the current range of
Cooper intelligent addressable control panels.
It is suitable for interfacing a zone of up to 20
conventional Cooper detectors onto a Cooper
intelligent addressable control panel.
It will operate with any Cooper conventional
detector in configuration with a schottky diode
type base (CDBB300).
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Accepts a zone of up to 20
Cooper conventional
detectors
• Input monitored for open,
short circuit and earth
contact faults
• Active end of line
monitoring
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Compact size
• Easy to expand a system
using existing wiring
• No external power supply
required
61
Intelligent Addressable Micro Zone Monitor Unit - MIU872
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
65
35
18.5
Code
MIU872
Description
Micro Zone Monitor Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18
Specification
D
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
2.6mA (nom)
Load With 20 Detectors,
and Unlimited Callpoints
W
H
3.2mA (nom)
Alarm Load With 20 Detectors,
and Unlimited Callpoints
8.0mA (nom)
Detector Zone
Mounting Details
Detectors per Zone
20 (max)
End of Line Monitor
Active end of line unit - EOLM-1
Fire Input Trigger Resistance
680Ω (nom)
Short Circuit Fault
Threshold Resistance
100Ω (max)
Open Circuit Fault
22mm
Threshold Resistance
39KΩ (min)
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
37.5mm
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
65mm x 35mm x 18.5mm
Weight
0.28kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Suitable for use with any Cooper conventional
detector.
2. Connections suitable for single strand
fireproof cable up to 2.5mm2.
3. Loop and input cable screen must be
connected to interface earth terminals.
Note: No addressing of the interface is required
(see control panel operation for details)
EOLM-1
Standard Connections
IN+
INEARTH
maximum 20 Cooper conventional detectors
LOOP IN
INPUT
LOOP OUT
Product Codes
Code
MIU872
62
Description
Micro Zone Monitor Unit
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Micro Single Channel Output Units
MCOM-R - Micro Single Channel Output Unit
MCOM-S
MCOM-S - Micro Single Channel Output Unit
MCOM - Micro Single Channel Output Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of micro interfaces are
available to support the Cooper range of
control panels, providing solutions for most
design requirements.
•
•
•
•
The (MCOM) is a single output, soft addressed,
micro interface, incorporating integral short
circuit isolators. It is extremely compact and
therefore ideal for incorporation into other
equipment.
The (MCOM) is fully compatible with the current
range of Cooper intelligent addressable control
panels. It is suitable for switching low voltage
(24V dc at 1A maximum), via a set of non
latching relay contacts. It is suitable for
switching HVAC control circuits, plant shutdown
control circuits, fire door closure etc.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Non latching changeover
relay contacts
• Suitable for switching low
volts control gear
• Optional variants:
- MCOM-R
- MCOM-S
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Compact size
Optional Variants
The (MCOM-R) gives a 5 second pulse on reset,
and is used for connecting/resetting beam
detectors.
The (MCOM-S) is identified by the panel as a
sounder, and does not reset on silence, resets
on reset only.
63
Intelligent Addressable Micro Single Channel Output Units
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
65
35
18.5
Code
MCOM
Description
Micro Single Channel Output Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18
Specification
D
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
310µA
Output Relay
W
H
Switching Voltage
24V dc to 30V dc
Contact Rating
1A
Switching Power
30 Watts
Environmental
Mounting Details
Operating temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
22mm
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
65mm x 35mm x 18.5mm
Weight
0.078kg
Ingress protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
37.5mm
1. Suitable for switching 24V dc control circuits
(fire door retainers etc).
2. Connections suitable for single strand
fireproof cable up to 2.5mm2.
3. Loop and output cable screen must be
connected to interface earth terminals.
4. The relay output is a set of change over,
non-latching, volt free contacts which are non
monitored.
Note: No addressing of the interface is required
(see control panel operation for details)
Standard Connections
N/O
N/C
LOOP IN
C
LOOP OUT
OUTPUT
Product Codes
Code
MCOM
MCOM-S
MCOM-R
64
Description
Micro Single Channel Output Unit (recognised as output unit)
Micro Single Channel Output Unit (recognised as sounder)
Micro Single Channel Output Unit (5 second reset pulse)
Intelligent Addressable Product Range
Micro Single Channel Input Units
MCIM - Micro Single Channel Input Unit
Overview
Features
An extensive range of micro interfaces are
available to support the Cooper range of
control panels, providing solutions for most
design requirements.
•
•
•
•
The (MCIM) is a single input, soft addressed
micro interface, incorporating integral short
circuit isolators. It is extremely compact and
therefore ideal for incorporation into other
equipment.
The (MCIM) is fully compatible with the current
range of Cooper intelligent addressable fire
control panels. It is suitable for monitoring a set
of normally open, volt free contacts such as
sprinkler system flow switches, auxiliary panel
fire/fault signals as well as non fire input signals
such as flow valve open contacts, generator
start up, fire door closed etc.
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Suitable for monitoring:
- Flow switches
- Non fire inputs
- Auxillary panels
• Up to 200 units per loop
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• No hard addressing required
(Plug and play)
• Compact size
• Programable by Cooper site
installer software as
technical input/non fire input
65
Intelligent Addressable Micro Single Channel Input Units
Technical Specification
Dimensions
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
65
35
18.5
Code
MCIM
Description
Micro Single Channel Input Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt17 & Pt18
Specification
D
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
310µA
Inputs
W
H
Trigger Resistance
5K6Ω
End of Line Resistor
22KΩ
Short Circuit Fault
Threshold Resistance
1KΩ
Open Circuit Fault
Mounting Details
Threshold Resistance
33KΩ
Environmental
Operating temperature
-10ºC to +60ºC
Humidity (non condensing)
0 to 95% RH
22mm
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
65mm x 35mm x 18.5mm
Weight
0.078kg
Ingress protection
IP40
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
37.5mm
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Fire Systems
Installation
1. Inputs monitored for open and short circuit fault
conditions.
2. Suitable for monitoring normally open volt free
contacts (flow switches etc).
3. Connections suitable for single strand fireproof
cable up to 2.5mm2.
5. Loop and input cable screen must be connected
to interface earth terminals
6. The end of line monitoring resistor, must always be
fitted at the end of the input wiring, if the input is
unused the end of line resistor must be fitted at the
interface input terminals.
Note: No addressing of the interface is required
(see control panel operation for details)
Standard Connections
5K6
IN+
22K
INEARTH
LOOP IN
INPUT
LOOP OUT
Product Codes
Code
MCIM
66
Description
Micro Single Channel Input Unit
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
EC200 Dual-Channel LonWorks BMS Interface
EC200 - Dual-Channel LonWorks BMS Interface
Overview
Features
The control panels on a Cooper fire network
communicate using pre-configured network
variables and cannot normally be used with a
BMS where binding is required.
• Allows a Cooper fire
network to be controlled by
a LonWorks enabled BMS
• Uses Echelon FT5000
smart transceivers for high
noise immunity
• 32 message input buffer
The (EC200) dual-channel LonWorks BMS
interface is an "add-on" to the network which
translates the pre-configured network variables
to a set of un-configured network variables which
can then be bound to a BMS, giving full access
to the fire network data.
The gateway has 2 channels:
Channel 1 - connects to the Cooper fire network
Channel 2 - connects to the BMS
Benefits
• Compact DIN rail mounting
enclosure
• Fully compatible with
Cooper fire network (no
need for binding)
• Open protocol to 3rd party
BMS system
67
Dual-Channel LonWorks BMS Interface - EC200
Technical Specification
Dimensions
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
86
105
58
Code
EC200
Description
Dual-Channel LonWorks BMS Interface
Standards
CE / UL compliant
Specification
H
Supply Voltage
12V dc to 30V dc
Supply Current
< 30mA
Transceivers
Echelon FT5000 / FT-X1
Baudrate
78kbs
Connectors
5mm screw terminals
W
D
Physical
IN
BMS
OUT
IN
OUT
Supply
24V dc
PWR
A B A B
SRV1 4
5
6
7
A B A B
SRV1 11 12 13 14
+
-
17 18
Third Party
BMS
Gateway
ABS DIN Rail mounting.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
86mm x 105mm x 58mm
Standard Connections
Typical System Architecture
Cooper Network
Enclosure
Channel 1 - must be connected to the Cooper fire network.
Channel 2 - must be connected to the BMS.
PIN
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
14
17
18
Description
CHANNEL 1 A
CHANNEL 1 B
CHANNEL 1 A
CHANNEL 1 B
CHANNEL 2 A
CHANNEL 2 B
CHANNEL 2 A
CHANNEL 2 B
SUPPLY +
0V
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Control Panels
If the EC200 is located at the end of the system (spur)
a 102Ω termination resistor must be fitted 1A, 1B.
Product Codes
Code
EC200
EC200H
EC200S
68
Description
Dual-channel LonWorks BMS Interface (non handshake)
Dual-channel LonWorks BMS Interface (handshaking)
Dual-channel LonWorks BMS Interface (self configuring for use
with EC700)
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
EC0232 Lon to RS232 Adapter
EC0232 - Lon to RS232 Adapter
Overview
Features
The (EC0232) Lon to RS232 adapter allows
connection of the Cooper system network
(LonWorks) devices to PC based applications
such as site monitor, site graphics.
• Allows connection of
Cooper system network
devices to PC based
applications
• Can be connected at any
point on peer to peer
network
• Allows Cooper system
network to be connected to
PC or PA/VA
The (EC0232PAVA) offers a similar interfacing
facility to the HMX PA/VA (public address voice
alarm) system by withholding the handshaking
functionality, and if required the (EC0232PAVA3D)
offers an additional 3 minute time delay before
the voice alarm function is actuated. The
bi-directional link allows the status of the HMX
PA/VA system to be displayed and monitored at
the control panel. Different messages may be
played depending on the configuration of the
cause and effect programming.
The interface may be located anywhere on the
Cooper peer to peer network allowing
information from any intelligent addressable
control panel to be routed through the
bi-directional RS232 port to PC or PA/VA system.
Benefits
• Integrates PC based
applications
• Integrates PA/VA systems,
site monitor and graphpack
• Flexibility to use any PC
application
69
Lon to RS232 Adapter - EC0232 / EC0232PAVA / EC0232PAVA3D
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
36
116
135
Code
EC0232 / EC0232PAVA / EC0232PAVA3D
Description
Lon to RS232 Adapter
Specification
H
D
W
Mains Supply
230V ac +10% -15%
Communication Protocol
LonWorks
LonWorks Connectors
Screw terminal block
Lonworks Rate
78 Kbps / 1.25 Mbps
Bit Error Rate
10e-9
Serial Baud Rate
4800 bd
Network Termination
102 ohm (if required)
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +70°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
20 to 95% RH
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
36mm x 116mm x 135mm
Typical System Architecture
Installation
Intelligent Addressable Control Panels (with network card)
1. Ensure that the power supply is switched off
during installation.
2. Take care when inserting the RS232
connector to avoid damage.
3. Connect the LonWorks network cables.
4. Repower the system.
5. The EC0232 range of devices simply translate
the LonWorks protocol and will require no
setup or configuration.
EC0232 LON-RS232 Adaptor
Mechanical Layout and Standard Connection
Network Connections
IN+ IN- OUT+ OUT-
PC with site monitor or site graphics.
(Alternaitvely this could be the
hmx pava system if the EC0232PAVA
or EC0232PAVA3D is utilised)
Cooper Fire LonWorks Network connections
RS232
NETWORK
POWER
RS232
connection to PC
230V ac supply
Connection to PC or HMX PA/VA
Connections to Cooper fire LonWorks Network
230V ac mains supply
Product Codes
Code
EC0232
EC0232PAVA
EC0232PAVA3D
70
Description
Lon to RS232 Adapter
Lon to RS232 Adapter (for HMX PA/VA system - no handshake)
Lon to RS232 Adapter (for HMX PA/VA system - 3 min time delay)
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
EC400 TCP/IP Interface
EC400 - TCP/IP Interface
Overview
Benefits
The (EC400) is high performance, reliable and
secure network infrastructure device for
accessing Cooper Lon Network of intelligent
addressable control panels over intranet or
ethernet.
• Uses existing infrastructure
• Ideal for remote mounting
when used with Cooper
webserver software
• Easy to configure
The EC400’s built in configuration server
manages up to 256 IP devices on 1 IP channel
without a dedicated management PC.
This unit supports DHCP even with changing IP
addresses in an intranet environment.
The easy to understand, diagnostic LED's allow
installers to install and trouble shoot the device
without expert knowledge and dedicated
troubleshooting tool.
To connect the Cooper Lon network via intranet
will require a minimum of 2 EC400's. The first
EC400 must be configured as a "configuration
server" and the second as a "client".
The EC400 when configured as a server requires
the address list of all the EC400’s IP addresses in
the network.
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TCP/IP Interface - EC400
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
60
105
86
Code
EC400
Description
TCP/IP Interface
Specification
H
Operating Voltage
9V dc to 35V dc
Power Consumption
3W (typical)
In Rush Current
Up to 950mA at 24V ac
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-0°C to +50°C
Storage Temperature
-10ºC to 85ºC
Operating Humidity
10 to 90% RH at 50ºC (Non Condensing)
Storage Humidity
90% RH at 50ºC (Non Condensing)
W
D
Physical
Enclosure
DIN43 880
Dimensions (H x W x D)
60mm x 105mm x 86mm
Ingress protection
IP40 (enclosure)
IP20 (screw terminals)
Installation
Typical System Architecture
Dill Rail mounting or wall mounting
DIP Functions
The EC400 has 7 switches to select the operating
mode.
The EC400 must be configured to operate in a
repeater mode, where all messages are forwarded
regardless of the address format.
To put the EC400 into repeater mode, the following
steps need to be performed.
Intranet / Internet VPN
DIP
DIP1
DIP2
DIP3
Function
Must be ON
Must be OFF
Must be ON
Ethernet/Internet
Press status button for at least 20 seconds.
EC400 UNIT
EC400 UNIT
EC400 requires only the IP address to be configured
OFF
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Product Codes
Code
EC400
72
Description
TCP/IP Interface
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
EC540 Lon Network Booster
EC540 - Lon Network Booster
Overview
Benefits
The Lon Network Booster (EC540) is the solution
to interconnect multiple EIA-709 channels.
•
•
•
•
This unit provides up to 5 ports and routes
packets between these ports. In spite of its small
size the (EC540) provides best class performance
and flexibility in use.
Extends Cooper network
Plug and play
No configuration required
Simple to use
In order to provide the optimal router
configuration the (EC540) supports 2 to 5 ports
as well as the 2 operating modes "smart switch
mode" and "configured router mode".
Smart Switch Mode
The plug and play installation capability of the
(EC540) allows connecting it to the network
without any further configuration. The smart
switch technology automatically detects the bit
rates of the connected channels, learns the
configuration of the network (domains,
subnet/node addresses, group addresses) and
forwards the packets between the different
ports of the (EC540).
Configured Router Mode
In this mode the (EC540) behaves like a standard
router. Network management tools must
configure the router.
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Lon Network Booster - EC540
Technical Specification
Dimensions
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
60
105
86
Code
EC450
Description
Lon Network Booster
Specification
Operating Voltage
H
9V dc to 35V dc / 9V ac to 24V ac
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
60mm x 105mm x 86mm
Ingress protection
IP40 (enclosure)
IP20 (screw terminals)
W
Installation
D
Typical System Architecture
= Screen
= Termination 102Ω
Supply
Cooper
Network 1
Cooper
Network 2
Dill Rail mounting or wall mounting
DIP Functions
DIP1
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
DIP3
ON
OFF
DIP2
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Function
Smart Switch Mode
Repeater Mode
Smart Switch Mode/Subnet Learning
Configured EIA-709 Router
Function (RS-485 version only)
Bit-Rate Auto Detection On
Bit-Rate Auto Detection Off
DIP4
DIP5
DIP6
DIP7
Must be OFF
Must be OFF
Must be OFF
Must be OFF
OFF
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Product Codes
Code
EC540
74
Description
Lon Network Booster
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
EC650 BACnet Gateway
EC650 - BACnet Gateway
Overview
Features
The BACnet gateway (EC650) is a CEA709/BACnet gateway which maps CEA-709
network variables (NVs) to standard BACnet
server objects. When ordered with this part
code (EC650), the LonWorks to BACnet
address mapping is pre-loaded and ready for
use with the Cooper intelligent addressable
CF3000 system interface board.
• Fully compliant with
ANSI/ASHRAE 135-2004 and
ISO 16484-5
• Maps network variables to
BACnet server objects based
on CEN/TS 15231:2005
• Supports one BACnet MS/TP
or BACnet/IP channel
(configurable)
• Event-driven email notification
• BACnet/IP and BACnet/MSTP
activity LED
NVs are mapped to binary or intelligent
addressable objects (inputs and outputs)
according to CEN/TS 15231:2005. Scalar NVs
are mapped to one BACnet object. Structured
NVs are mapped to several BACnet objects, one
for each member (members can be selected
individually).
BMS systems can subscribe and synchronise to
a set of BACnet server objects that are updated
each time a status change occurs anywhere in
the fire system.
Benefits
• Easy to configure
• DIL rail mount
• Permits several Cooper panels
to connect to 3rd party
BACnet BMS system
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BACnet Gateway - EC650
BACnet Addresses
Dimensions
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
60
105
86
Object Name
Type
Description
RxPanelData_CmdStatus
Binary Input
System event data consists of 31 BACnet server
RxPanelData_PanelNumber
Analogue Input
objects that update simultaneously
RxPanelData_CmdStatusNumber
Analogue Input
System
data
consists
of 31 BACnet
when
a fireevent
system
event
is generated
by
RxPanelData_Address
Analogue Input
objects
update
simultaneously when
anyserver
control
panelthat
in the
system.
RxPanelData_Analogue
Analogue Input
a fire
systemshould
event take
is generated
by any control
BMS
systems
care to subscribe
RxPanelData_Zone
Analogue Input
in the system.
BMS systemsand
should
to panel
each update
event synchronously
not take
RxPanelData_Loop
Analogue Input
to subscribe
pollcare
these
objects. to each update event
RxPanelData_Always_1
Binary Input
RxPanelData_TypeID
Analogue Input
RxPanelData_Location_Location_1...25
Analogue Input
System Events
H
W
D
synchronously and not poll these objects.
System Command Status
nviReset_state
Binary Input
System Reset Status
nviEvacuate_state
Binary Input
System Evacuation Status
nviSilence_state
Binary Input
System Silence Status
nvoReset_state
Binary Output
Send Reset Command
nvoEvacuate_state
Binary Output
Send Evacuate Command
nvoSilence_state
Binary Output
Send Silence Command
System Command Action
Additional Info
Typical System Architecture
Network
BACnet Gateway
BMS
Id_in
Analogue Input
Panel Id of Last Event
nviLoop
Analogue Input
Loop Id of Last Event
Communication and
Automation Functions
On the CEA-709 side, the (EC650) supports
either the ethernet/IP (IP-852) channel or the
TP/FT- 10 channel (configurable).
The BACnet server objects are accessible from
the BACnet network where BACnet/IP or
BACnet MS/TP is supported (configurable).
Additionally:
L-GATE supports basic automation functions
such as alarming, scheduling, and trending for a
seamless integration of CEA-709 applications in
a BACnet network.
L-GATE features event driven email notifications
for pre-defined actions. This way, the user is
promptly informed about problems such as a
specific status or an exceeded high-limit.
Network Variables
Easy and fast mapping of network variables to
BACnet server objects is guaranteed with the
gateway configuration utility supplied with the
unit. The software can run as a stand alone tool,
connecting to the (EC650) via FTP or as an
LNS® plug-in, compatible with LNS® 3.0 and
LNS® TE applications like NL220, ALEX and
LonMaker®.
Product Codes
Code
EC650
76
Description
BACnet Gateway
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
EC700 Modbus Gateway
EC700 - Modbus Gateway
Overview
Features
The modbus gateway (EC700) is part of the
InfraLINK range of network infrastructure
components from partners.
• High speed host processor
with LonWorks Neuron
communications
co-processor
• Robust high speed UART
for serial communications
• Compact design for easy
installation
• 6 multi function LED
indicators for instant status
diagnostics
All of the modbus gateway (EC700) series
gateways feature a robust hardware platform
with high performance CPU and UART for fast
communications without loss of data. When
ordered with this part code (EC700), the
LonWorks to modbus address mapping is
pre-loaded and ready for use with the Cooper
CF3000 fire system interface board.
The modbus (EC700) has 3 communications
ports for LonWorks, serial and programming
connections. The serial port is capable of either
RS232 or RS485 (2-wire) communications.
Benefits
• Saves time by allowing
simple integration with
3rd party modbus BMS
system
• Easy to install
• Din rail mounted
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Modbus Gateway - EC700
Translation
Technical Specification
Network
SNVT
Length Modbus
Modbus
Code
EC700
Variable
Type
(bytes) Type
Address
Description
Modbus Gateway - LonWorks Transceiver
nvoTxFireData
UNVT_panel_data
31
Input (16-bit)
1 - 16
nvoFireStatus64
SNVT_state_64
8
Input (16-bit)
17 - 20
nvoFireStatus
SNVT_state
2
Input (16-bit)
44
Specification
nvoFireStatus.b0
N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
1
Baudrate
78 kbit/s
nvoFireStatus.b1
Fire
Discrete (1-bit)
2
Connections
1 x 2-pole wieland connector
nvoFireStatus.b2
Loop/Detector Fault
Discrete (1-bit)
3
Supply Voltage /
24V dc ± 10% 50Hz
nvoFireStatus.b3
Pre-Alarm
Discrete (1-bit)
4
Mains Connector
nvoFireStatus.b4
Panel Fault
Discrete (1-bit)
5
Current Consumption
Max 280mA on 24V dc (typically 100mA)
nvoFireStatus.b5
Network Fault
Discrete (1-bit)
6
Serial Communications
Modbus RTU slave
nvoFireStatus.b6
N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
7
Transceiver
RS232 / 422 (4-wire) / 485 (2-wire)
nvoFireStatus.b7
N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
8
Baud Rate
Configurable up to 57.6 kbits/s
nvoFireStatus.b8
Evacuate
Discrete (1-bit)
9
Connector
DSUB-9 female connector
nvoFireStatus.b9
N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
10
Environmental
nvoFireStatus.b10 N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
11
Operating Temperature
0°C to + 55°C
nvoFireStatus.b11 N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
12
Non Operating Temperature
-5°C to +85°C
nvoFireStatus.b12 Data Ready *
Discrete (1-bit)
13
Physical
nvoFireStatus.b13 FRE Active
Discrete (1-bit)
14
Dimensions (H x W x D)
120mm x 27mm x 75mm
nvoFireStatus.b14 N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
15
Weight
150g
nvoFireStatus.b15 N/A
Discrete (1-bit)
16
Ingress Protection
IP20
EMC Certification
CE marked, UL & cUL conformance
nviCommand
SNVT_count
2
Holding (16-bit)
FT-X1 (Smart Transceiver), TP/FT-10
(use on free topology twisted pair channel)
1
UNVT_panel_data (split into individual field elements for easy access to data)
nvoTxStatus
SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
21
nvoTxStatusNum** SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
22
nvoTxAddress
SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
23
nvoTxAnalogue
SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
24
nvoTxZone
SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
25
nvoTxLoop
SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
26
nvoTxTypeId
SNVT_count
2
Input (16-bit)
27
nvoLocation
SNVT_str_asc
31
Input (16-bit)
28 - 43
nvoBuffOvr ***
SNVT_count
2I
Input (16-bit)
45
Note: Command structure for nviCommand is:
0 = Not Used
1 = Next Alarm/Event
2 = Evacuate
3 = Silence
4 = Reset
5 = Clear Stats***
* Once the BMS has read all event data (modbus Input 21-43), it must signal to
the EC700 that it is ready to process the next event by updating nviCommand
(modbus holding 1) to a value of 1 (next alarm/event). The data ready bit is then
reset to zero and only set back to 1 when a new alarm/event is available to be
read by the BMS.
** nvoTxStatusNum = Fire = 0 x 0a : Device fault = 0 x 09 : Panel Fault = 0 x 19 :
pre-alarm = 0 x 0d
*** nvoBuffOvr (Modbus Input 45) increments when the message queue in the
Cooper LonWorks BMS interface is full while a new event arrives from a control
panel. This can happen when he BMS does not process events over a period of
time.
Default Serial Parameters:
Transceiver: RS485 2-wire
Communications: 19200 bits per second, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, even parity.
Standard Connections
EC200S
Ch1
LON
Ch2
EC700
Modbus
Product Codes
Code
EC700
78
Description
Modbus Gateway
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
Single Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
CFSFL01 - Single Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
Overview
Benefits
The single mode Lon to fiber optic adapter
(CFSFL01) allows connection the of Cooper
system network (LonWorks) devices through
optical fiber, and to allow both point to point or
multi drop topology.
• Simple to install
• Easy to use
• Extends Cooper panel
network
• Fast response
Using only single mode fiber optic, the
(CFSFL01) adapter allows extension of the
Cooper system network LonWorks to a
maximum distance of 15km with a transmission
speed of up to 78Kbit/s or 1.25Mbit/s.
Connection is made using SC type fibre optic
connectors. In comparison with conventional
twisted pair cable, the fibre optic usage in a
LonWorks network has many advantages; it is
reliable and fast in long distance network
transmission even in difficult industrial
environments (with transients, surges or
electromagnetic interference etc.) without
requiring any additional transient protection.
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Single Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor - CFSFL01
Dimensions
4mm
Technical Specification
36mm
5mm
12mm
CFSFL01
Description
Single Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
10mm
115.5mm
90mm
Specification
52mm
100mm
Code
100mm
20mm
135mm
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Communication Protocol
LonWorks
LonWorks Connectors
Screw terminal block
LonWorks Rate
78 Kbps / 1.25 Mbps
Bit Error Rate
10e-9
Wavelength
1310nm
Fiber Type
Single mode fiber
Fibre Diameter
9/125 micron
Fibre Connector
SC type (optional ST type)
Link Distance
15km
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-30°C to +70°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
20 to 90% RH
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Typical System Architecture
CFSFL01
Single-Mode
Fiber
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
CFSFL01
LonWorks
NODE
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Fiber Optic Star Topology Link
LonWorks
NODE
Terminals
SC type
connectors
TXD RXD POW
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
LonWorks
CFSFL02
Single-Mode Fiber
Single-Mode Fiber
Single-Mode Fiber
LonWorks
Single-Mode Fiber
LonWorks
CFSFL02
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
1. Ensure that the power supply is switched off
during installation.
2. Take care when inserting the fibre optic
connector to avoid damage. Note that the
"RX" connector in the local module’s port
should connect to the "TX" connector in the
far end module’s port and vice versa.
3. LonA connects to Net_A of the LonWorks
Bus (network card), LonB connects Net_B.
Mechanical Layout and Connections
LonWorks
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
Installation
CFSFL02
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
NODE
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Fiber
OUT
TX
Fiber
IN
RX
TX
RX
GND
LonA
LonB
DC24V
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
LonWorks
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
Fiber Optic Point to Point Link
36mm x 116 mm x 135mm
+
-
LonWorks Fiber Optical Adaptor
GND
LONA
LONB
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
GND
LONA
LONB
Network Screen Connecttion
Net_A of Network Card
Net_B of Network Card
Fiber Transmitting
Fiber Receiving
Network Screen
Net_A
Net_B
LED Indication
POW
TXD
RXD
Power On Indication
Fibre Port Transmitting Data
Fibre Port Receiving Data
on
Flashing
Flashing
Product Codes
Code
CFSFL01
80
Description
Single Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
Power On
Working
Working
Intelligent Addressable BMS and Networking Interfaces
Multi Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
CFSFL02 - Multi Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
Overview
Benefits
The multi mode Lon to fiber optic adapter
(CFSFL02) allows connection of the Cooper
system network (LonWorks) devices through
optical fiber, and to allow both point to point or
multi drop topology.
• Simple to install
• Easy to use
• Extends Cooper panel
network
• Fast response
Using only single-mode fiber optic, the
(CFSFL02) adapter allows extension of the
Cooper system network LonWorks to a
maximum distance of 15km with a transmission
speed of up to 78Kbit/s or 1.25Mbit/s.
Connection is made using SC type fibre optic
connectors. In comparison with conventional
twisted pair cable, the fibre optic usage in a
LonWorks network has many advantages; it is
reliable and fast in long-distance network
transmission even in difficult industrial
environments (with transients, surges or
electromagnetic interference etc.) without
requiring any additional transient protection.
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Multi Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor - CFSFL02
Dimensions
4mm
Technical Specification
36mm
5mm
12mm
Code
CFSFL02
Description
Multi Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
90mm
115.5mm
10mm
100mm
52mm
Specification
100mm
20mm
135mm
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Communication Protocol
LonWorks
LonWorks Connectors
Screw terminal block
LonWorks Rate
78 Kbps / 1.25 Mbps
Bit Error Rate
10e-9
Wavelength
1310nm
Fiber Type
Single mode fiber
Fibre Diameter
9/125 micron
Fibre Connector
SC type (optional ST type)
Link Distance
15km
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-30°C to +70°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
20 to 90% RH
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
Fiber
CFSFL02
CFSFL02
LonWorks
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
Fiber Optic Point to Point Link
LonWorks
NODE
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Fiber Optic Multi-Drop Link
Fiber
Control Panel
&
Network Card
LonWorks Bus
LonWorks Bus
LonWorks
NODE
CFSFL02
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
LonWorks
NODE
Control Panel
&
Network Card
CFSFL02
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
LonWorks Bus
CFSFL02
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
Fiber
LonWorks
NODE
Control Panel
&
Network Card
CFSFL02
Lon-Fiber
ADAPTOR
LonWorks Bus
Fiber
Installation
1. Ensure that the power supply is switched off
during installation.
2. Take care when inserting the fibre optic
connector to avoid damage. Note:
RX1 should connect to the previous modules TX2.
TX1 should connect to the previous modules RX2.
RX2 should connect to the next modules TX1.
TX2 should connect to the next modules RX1.
3. LonA connects to Net_A of the LonWorks Bus
(network card), LonB connects Net_B.
Mechanical Layout and Connections
Terminals
LonWorks
NODE
Fiber 1
OUT
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Fiber 1
IN
RX1
TX1
TXD1 RXD1 TXD2 RXD2 POW
DC24V
Typical Application Schematic
36mm x 116 mm x 135 mm
+
-
LonWorks Fiber Optical Adaptor
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
NODE
LonWorks
NODE
Fiber 2
OUT
TX2
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Control Panel
&
Network Card
Fiber 2
IN
RX2
GND
LONA
LONB
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
GND
LONA
LONB
12V dc
0V
Network Screen Connecttion
Net_A of Network Card
Net_B of Network Card
SC type connectors
TX
RX
GND
LonA
LonB
Fiber Transmitting
Fiber Receiving
Network Screen
Net_A
Net_B
LED Indication
POW
TXD1
RXD1
TXD2
RXD2
Power On Indication
Fibre Port 1 Transmitting Data
Fibre Port 1 Receiving Data
Fibre Port 2 Transmitting Data
Fibre Port 2 Receiving Data
on
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
Product Codes
Code
CFSFL02
82
Description
Multi Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
Power On
Working
Working
Working
Working
Intelligent Addressable Ancillaries
4 to 20mA Interface
Overview
Features
The (CGI420) and (CGI420R) are 4 to 20mA
intelligent addressable modules designed to
interface with gas detection modules and are
compatible with Cooper intelligent
addressable control panels.
•
•
•
•
These interfaces have a unique address on the
loop and built in isolator for loop short circuit
protection.
Each of the DIL switches JP1, JP2 and JP3 can
be programmable to set the threshold level for
prealarm1, pre-alarm 2 and alarm respectively.
This can be expressed as a percentage of L.E.L
(lower explosion limit) or PPM (parts per million).
Soft addressed
Integral short circuit isolator
Single address
Ideal interface for gas
detection modules
• 3 volt free outputs for each
of the 3 alarm levels
(optional)
• Requires external power
supply
Benefits
• The supply to the gas
detector is taken directly
from the interface
• Programmable levels of
sensitivity
Product Codes
Code
CGI420
CGI420R
Description
4 to 20mA Interface
4 to 20mA Interface (relay output)
Loop Splitter Unit (approved)
Overview
Features
The loop splitter interface (ZPCB2222) allows
the expansion of the Cooper CF3000 from a 4
loop panel to a 16 loop panel.
• Loop connected
• Splits each connected loop
into 4 smaller loops
Each loop of the CF3000 is connected to 4 sub
loops totalling a maximum number of 200
addresses per main loop.
This interface is mainly applicable in countries
where the mixing of detectors, sounders,
callpoints and interfaces are not permissible on
the same loop or the number of devices per loop
is limited to a small number.
Benefits
• Allows greater system
design flexibility
• Permits callpoints to be
wired on separate loop
• Supports greater number of
smaller loops
Product Codes
Code
ZPCB2222
Description
Loop Splitter Unit
83
Intelligent Addressable Ancillaries
Mimic PCB
Overview
Features
Up to 250 outputs can be connected to the
mimic PCB’s (ZPCB2252MML) and
(ZPCB2252MSL). This offers more capability to
the extensive options already offered by the
CF3000 control panel.
• Available as master or
slave, each has 32 outputs
• 250 outputs (1 master
and 7 slaves)
• Ideal for mimic panel
provision
• Each output can be
programmed as fire or fault
• Each output can be
operated by address, zone
or panel activation
• 2 versions available:
The (ZPCB2252MML) is the master PCB which
can control up 32 outputs. If further outputs are
required (ZPCB2252MSL) can daisy chain onto
the master PCB offering a total outputs of 250.
Each slave can control up to 32 outputs.
- LED
- Relay output
The master board can be loop or network driven
and does required an external 1A 24V dc power
supply.
• Soft addressed
• Built in short circuit
isolation
The flexibility of these boards is further
enhanced by the fact that each output can be
programmed for fire or fault with up 5 different
zones or addresses per output.
Benefits
This can be programmed using the CF3000
programmable repeater software and
downloaded using the RS232 port.
• Simple configuration using
Cooper site installer
• Easy to install
These boards are typical used for geographical
LED mimic displays.
Technical Specification
Code
ZPCB2252MML / ZPCB2252MSL
Description
Mimic PCB
Specification
Quiescent Current
310mA
Operating Loop Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Inputs
4mA to 20mA
External PSU
15V dc to 30V dc
Outputs
Voltage
24V dc to 30V dc
Current
10mA
Environmental
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Dimensions (H x W)
10mm x 290mm
Weight
0.25Kg
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Fire Systems
Product Codes
Code
Description
ZPCB2252MML Mimic PCB (master)
ZPCB2252MSL Mimic PCB (slave)
84
Loop powered
Installation
1. Connect the unit according
to the diagram below
2. Recommended loop cable:
FIRETUF / FP200 / MICC
3. Boards have built in
isolators
Notes
If loop powered no addressing
of the interface is required
1. Only connect cable screen
to its adjacent earth terminal
2. 24V dc external power
supply is required
Intelligent Addressable Ancillaries
Heavy Duty Relay Unit
MAR724 - Heavy Duty Relay Unit
Overview
Features
The heavy duty relay unit (MAR724) is
designed for interfacing heavy loads such as
door release units or plant shut down
equipment with fire alarm systems.
• Simple to install
• Visible status indication
LED
• Double pole change over
contacts
This unit is simple to fix and install and the neat
unobtrusive design makes it suitable for use in a
wide range of areas.
Benefits
The heavy duty relay unit is powered by 24V dc
external supply and is provided with 2 separate
sets of changeover contacts. The front mounted
status LED illuminates when relay is energised.
• Low current consumption
• 230V ac rated contacts
• Will switch up to 10A
(resistive)
85
Heavy Duty Relay Unit - MAR724
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
89
150
58
Code
MAR724
Description
Heavy Duty Relay Unit
Specification
H
Coil Rating
24V dc 10mA
Contact Rating
10A at 240V ac or 30V dc
Contacts
2 x sets of changeover contacts
Environmental
W
D
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Dimensions (H x W x D)
89mm x 150mm x 58mm
Weight
0.24Kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Fire Systems
Standard Connection
Installation
MAR724
1. Heavy duty relay unit fixes to a standard deep
double gang back box (supplied).
2. Cable entry is via back box, cables are
terminated into heavy duty terminals on relay
PCB.
RELAY 2
NC C NO NC C NO
Compatible Cooper
Control Panel
24V dc OUTPUT
24V dc INPUT
RELAY 1
+
-
Interface Options
1. Relay is powered by an external 24V dc supply.
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Product Codes
Code
MAR724
86
Description
Heavy Duty Relay Unit
Intelligent Addressable Ancillaries
Power Supply Unit
FX1A - Power Supply Unit
Overview
Features
The power supply unit (FX1A) is a 24V dc
battery backed power supply complete with
back up batteries.
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•
•
The output is continuous and transition from
mains to battery is without break in the output. It
is monitored and has local fault indication as
well as volt free contacts for remote fault
signalling, making it ideal as a general purpose
power supply for fire alarm applications.
Benefits
Compact enclosure
Integral battery
Fault indicator
Remote fault contact
• Simple to use
• Secure steel enclosure
• Built in battery back up
87
Power Supply Unit - FX1A
Dimensions
D
W
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
230
323
77
Code
FXA1
Description
Power Supply Unit
Standards
EN54 Pt4
Specification
H
Maximum Continuous Load
0.8A
Maximum Intermittent Load
1.0A
Standby Batteries
2 x 12V 2.1 Ah
Fault Relay Contact Rating
3A at 24V dc
Fuse Protection
Mains input, charger output, system output
Output Voltage (mains healthy)
27.5V dc
Output Voltage (mains failed)
20.4 - 24V dc dependant on battery status
Physical
Construction
Mild Steel
Dimensions (H x W x D)
230mm x 323mm x 77mm
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Fire Systems
Installation
System Functionality
1. Enclosure is designed for wall mounting.
2. 2 x 20mm knockouts are provided for cable
entry at the top of the enclosure.
3. A fused terminal block is provided for mains
supply connection.
4. Output is protected by internal 1.5A fuse.
1. FX1A power supply provides a
maximum output of 1A.
2. Output is used to supply any
connected load and also to
recharge the integral batteries.
3. To enable batteries to be
charged correctly maximum
continuous external load
should not exceed 0.8A.
4. LED indicators are provided to
signify:
• Mains healthy
• System fault
• Output supply fault
• Charger output fault
5. Mains healthy and system fault
LED's are visible without
removing front cover.
Product Codes
Code
FX1A
FASP0429
88
Description
24V dc Power Supply Unit (with battery backup)
24V dc Power Supply Unit (no battery backup)
Intelligent Addressable System Software Tools
Graph Pack Software
Graph Pack Software
Overview
Features
Graph pack software is a powerful alarm
management tool and graphical user interface
designed to work with many Cooper safety fire
system products.
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•
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•
Users can monitor, control and interrogate their
systems to ensure alarms are detected and
dealt with quickly and efficiently. Simple and
easy to use, the graph pack software includes a
host of advanced features, offering users a
system that’s powerful and truly comprehensive.
All of the information required, all of the control
needed, is literally at the users fingertips.
Benefits
The graph pack software not only delivers alarm
information, it also records other system events
and faults, allowing the generation of detailed
reports. Alarms can be displayed and controlled
in a variety of ways to best suit the user’s
requirements.
Multiple users
Secure system
Multiple PC work stations
Simple navigation
In-depth history analysis
• All system events displayed
and recored
• Fully configurable
• Simple and clear user
interface
• Programmable to suit any
application
Graph Pack Lite Software:
Designed for small 1 to 2 panel systems, the
graph pack lite provides a comprehensive level
of control at a very competitive price.
Graph Pack Lite Premium Software:
Still designed for small 1 to 2 panel systems, the
lite premium gives users the maximum level of
control and accessibility over their alarm
system.
89
Graph Pack Software
Graphics Parameters
Technical Specification
File
Type
Colours
File Size
Loading Speed
Programming Parameters
Quantity
BMP
Bitmap
16 million
Very Large
Medium
Event Types
32,000
BMP
Bitmap
256
Large
Fast
Graphics Pages
32,000
BMP
Bitmap
16
Medium
Fast
Symbols
32,000
RLE
Bitmap
256
Small
Fast
Text Pages
2,000,000
WMF
Metafile
16 million
Small
Slow
Sounds
2,000
EMF
Metafile
16 million
Small
Slow
Users
2,000
GIF
Bitmap
256
Small
Fast
Manual Controls
32,000
JPEG
Bitmap
16 million
Small
Medium
Time Controls
2,000
Symbol Parameters
Automatic Control Actions per I/P
255
Text/Reset Text/Graphic Pages per Input State
1
Loops/Zones per Node
255
Inputs Per Zone
255
File
Resizable
Transparency Max Size
Input Types per Input
16
BMP
Poor
No
128 x 128
Text Page per input
1
RLE
Poor
No
128 x 128
Graphics Page per input
1
GIF
Poor
Yes
128 x 128
Reset Page per input
1
WMF
Good
Yes
Unlimited
JPG
Poor
No
64 x 64
ICO
Poor
Yes
16 x 16, 32 x 32 or 48 x 48
System Requirements
Hardware Requirements
Sound Parameters
Intel Pentium or equivalent 2GHz or better 32 bit, 1GB Memory, 80GB disc
space, 1 RS232 Serial Port, 100 and/or 1000 Mps LAN ports, 1 USB port
Platform
Windows XP-Pro Service Pack 2 or 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Display
High resolution 1024 x 768 hi-colour or true colour display with 32,768 or 16
Graph pack lite and graph pack premium lite
can use any windows .WAV (wave) file, but
compressed file formats should be avoided.
million colours
Features List
Features List
Maximum No Panels
History Storage
Printing of History Events
Graph Pack Lite
2
18 Months
Unlimited
Last 20 Events
Unlimited
Graphics Page Printing
No
Yes
Printing and Exporting of Lists
No
Yes
History Analysis
No
Yes
Control Panel Control Dialogs
Yes
Yes
Control Panel Control from Graphics Pages
Yes
Yes
Fire Device Isolation from Graphics Page
Yes
Yes
Fire Devince Isolation from Dialog Box
Yes
Yes
Manual and Time Control Lists
No
Yes
Alarm Reminders
No
Yes
Multiple Displays (additional option)
No
Yes
Line Printer (additional option)
No
Yes
Pager Notification (additional option)
No
Yes
SMS Notification (additional option)
No
Yes
Product Codes
Code
Description
GRAPHPACKL
Graph Pack Software (lite)
GRAPHPACKPL Graph Pack Software (premium lite)
90
Graph Pack Lite Premium
2
Intelligent Addressable System Software Tools
Site Monitor Software / Webserver
Site Monitor / Webserver Software
Overview
Features
Site monitor / webserver software is designed
to monitor Cooper fire systems and allow
quick PC based administration.
• Monitor multiple networks
• Network event log and event
reports
• View any networked panel,
loop, zone or device
• Up to date device status
• Panel/device administration
• Setup automated email
notifications
• Full remote access via client
software or a web browser
• License controlled client
software to enforce security
• Built in password security
• Restrict user access to view
only, technicians and
administrators
• Supports up to 1000 users
Using a simple interface, authorized users can
view control panel event history, event status,
device properties and other information
depending on access permissions defined by
the system administrator.
The site monitor / webserver software
continually monitors network activity and
records every event in detail. This information
can then be processed and generated into
HTML reports or used to trigger automated
email notifications.
To extend the benefits of PC based access, the
site monitor / webserver software is also
designed to work remotely and can be
accessed through the desktop client software or
a web browser. This ensures that where ever
you are, you can always quickly connect and
perform vital administration. Additionally, the
software also supports multiple users, of which
each can be assigned a particular role. This
means non-technical staff can use the software
to overview the system state, while technicians
can log in and manage any issues.
Benefits
• Remote system interrogation
• Improved maintenance
efficency and planning
91
Site Monitor / Webserver Software
Typical System Architecture
ECO232
Technical Specification
Description
Site Monitor / Webserver Software
Panels per Network
126
Networks
50
Loops per Panel
250
Zones per Network
250
Max Events
9,999
Max Conditions per Event
100
Max Actions per Event
100
Max Users
1000
User Access Levels
4
Max Connections
200
Site Installer
Panel Network
PC Server
LAN / Internet
Database Format Version
2.0 or Above
Max History Log Size
4 GB
Supported Network Protocols
DF6000NetworkV1
Supported Panels
Cooper Intelligent Addressable Panels
Report File Format
HTML
Email Notification Protocol
SMTP
Remote Protocol
TCP/IP
Web Interface Technologies /
Protocols
ASP.Net 2.0, XHTML, CSS 2.0, JavaScript
System Requirements
Hardware Requirements
Intel Pentium or equivalent 2 GHz or better
1GB memory, 100MB free disc space
PC Client
PC Client
1 RS232 serial port or USB port with serial
adapter, 100/1000 Mps LAN port or
wireless LAN card.
Platform
Windows 2000 SP 4
Windows 2003
Windows XP SP2
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Display
High resolution 1024x768 hi-colour or
True-colour display with 32,768
or 16 million colours
Software Libraries
Microsoft .Net 2.0 SP2
Remote Access (Server)
1 Open TCP/IP Port
Web Access (Server)
ASP.Net 2.0 Enabled Web Server
Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP1
Web Access (Client/Browser)
CSS 2.0, JavaScript.
Supported browsers include:
Internet Explorer 5.5+
Mozilla Firefox 3.5+
Opera 10.0+
Safari 4.0+
Automated Email Events
SMTP server
Product Codes
Code
SITEMONITOR
92
Description
Site Monitor / Webserver Software
Intelligent Addressable System Software Tools
Loop Calculator Software
Loop Calculator Software
Overview
Features
Loop calculator software is designed to aid
engineers in the design and testing of Cooper
fire systems. Its primary purpose is to ensure
the viability of a proposed loop design before
any installation work is conducted, and also
help identify problems in existing systems.
• Accurate loop modeling
• Battery requirement
estimates
• Voltage drop and current
estimates
• Produce estimates on
proposed system designs
• Easily test existing systems
• Generate detailed HTML
reports
• Manual or automatic cable
length management
• Included as part of site
installer
By accepting a small amount of information on
the loop design, it can accurately model the
loop and provide estimates on the expected
voltage drops, current loads and battery
requirements. The results of all the calculations
are clearly displayed and any problems are
highlighted to the user.
The loop calculator software is included as part
of the site installer software package and so can
quickly provide estimates of loop configurations
which are uploaded and downloaded to any
Cooper control panel. Once battery and cable
details are entered, the loop calculator will
consistently check any changes made to the
loop design and warn if any limitation is
exceeded.
Benefits
• Printable reports for design
files
• Ensures system viability
• Highlights problems at the
design stage
93
Loop Calculator Software
Technical Specification
Technical Limits
Quantity
Max Panels
126
Loops Per Panel
250
Max Devices Per Loop
220
Voltage Drop Formula
V=IR
V=Voltage Drop, I=Current (Amps), R=Resistance (Ohms)
Battery Requirement Formula
B=C(IQTQ) + 1.75(IATA)
B=Battery Capacity Required (Ah), I=Current (Amps), T=Time (Hours),
C=Battery Capacity (1.25 or 1.11)
Supported Devices
All Cooper Fire Alarm Devices
Supported Panels
All Cooper Fire Alarm Intelligent Addressable Control Panels
Report File Format
HTML
Site Installer File Format
SDF
Requirements
Minimum Hardware Requirements
Intel Pentium or Equivalent 2 GHz or Better, 500MB Memory, 100MB Free Disc Space
Platform
Windows 2000 SP 4, Windows 2003, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Display
High Resolution
1024x768 Hi-Colour or True-Colour Display with 32,768 or 16 Million Colours
Software Libraries
Microsoft .Net 2.0 SP2, Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP1
Product Codes
Code
LOOPCAL
94
Description
Loop Calculator Software
Intelligent Addressable Test Equipment
Loop Tester Kit
LP800KIT - Loop Tester Kit
Overview
Features
The loop tester kit (LP800KIT) is a hardware /
software combination that can be used to test,
commission and fault find a loop of up to 200
intelligent addressable devices (sensors,
sounders, ancillary devices) without having to
connect the loop to the Cooper intelligent
addressable control panel.
• Pre-addressing: Identifies
all field devices and
determines their address
and device type.
• Analogue values:
Constantly displays in real
time the analogue value of
all loop devices in order to
determine their status.
• Test LED: This command
operates the LED of any
inputs (sensors/callpoints)
as well as controls the
outputs of sounders and
output modules.
• Device settings: Analogue
values of all devices can be
interpreted according to
ranges which can be set
and altered by the user
(OK, pre-alarm, fire).
• Event Log: A history of
events can be stored from
the date the application
was started.
• Soft addressing:
Automatically assigns a
new, and potentially
different, address to every
device found on the loop.
The loop tester is connected between the loop
and PC. It allows the engineer to quickly identify
and locate any loop device that is operating
outside its operating conditions by varying the
alarm threshold of any loop device (alarm, prealarm and fault).
The loop tester hardware requires a free serial
port on the PC, either internal or via a USB
extension, a mains power supply and a direct
connection to the device loop.
Product Codes
Code
LP800KIT
Description
Loop Tester Kit
95
Intelligent Addressable Test Equipment
Addressable Device Programmer
CF800PROG - Addressable Device Programmer
Overview
Features
The addressable device programmer
(CF800PROG) is a versatile tool to aid the
installation, commissioning, maintenance and
servicing of current intelligent addressable
devices and fire systems.
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This unit is light, robust and easy to operate
using a user friendly menu structure on 2 x 40
character LCD display. It is powered from a
single PP3 size, heavy duty battery or an
external supply.
This addressable device programmer has a built
in addressable base as well as two external
terminals for use with all other current
addressable ancillary devices.
Product Codes
Code
CF800PROG
96
Description
Addressable Device Programmer
Reads addresses
Writes addresses
Reads analogue values
Tests devices
Deletes addresses
Programmes the 3 heat
settings
Benefits
• Simple re-programming of
devices
• Portable no power supply
required
• Suitable for use with
current range of devices
Intelligent Addressable Test Equipment
USB Analogue Systems Panel Interface
USBINT2 - USB Analogue Systems Panel Interface
Overview
Features
The analogue systems panel interface
(USBINT2) is a universal serial bus converter
that provides conversions from RS232 to USB,
TTL to USB or TTL to RS232.
• Intelligent addressable control
panel to PC site installer
connection using the RS232
to USB configuration
• Wireless control panel to PC
site installer connection using
the RS232 to USB
configuration
• Wireless control panel to PC
wireless live monitor
connection using the TTL to
USB/RS232 configurations
• Wireless survey tool to PC
survey tool connection using
the TTL to USB/RS232
configurations
These options provide the connectivity required
between a PC and intelligent addressable
control panels, wireless control panels, and
wireless survey tools.
Benefits
• Simple PC driver installation
• Simple DIP switch
configuration
97
USB Analogue Systems Panel Interface - USBINT2
Kit Contents
1 x USBINT2
1 x Driver CDROM
1 x USB Cable
1 x RS232 Cross-Over Cable
1 x TTL Cable
Configuration Settings
Switch Positions
4
Mode
Usage
OFF OFF OFF
3
2
OFF
1
TTL to USB
• Wireless Panel to PC Live Monitor
ON
• Wireless Survey Tool to PC Survey Tool
ON
OFF
OFF
TTL to RS232
OFF OFF
ON
ON
RS232 TO USB
• Wireless Panel to PC Live Monitor (no USB available)
• Wireless Survey Tool to PC Survey Tool (no USB available)
• Intelligent Addressable Panel to PC Site Installer
• Wireless Panel to PC Site Installer
Cable Connections
TTL to USB - Wireless survey tool connection
TTL to RS232 - Wireless survey tool connection (serial link)
RS232 to USB - Wireless panel to PC (site installer)
Product Codes
Code
USBINT2
98
Description
USB Analogue Systems Panel Interface
Wireless Contents
Page 101
Control Panel
CW9000
Page 111
Callpoint
CWC950
Page 103
Booster Panel
CWB9500
Page 113
Sounder Beacon
CWSB980
Page 105
Hybrid Panel
CWH96000 / CWH96001
Page 115
Input / Output Unit
CWIF930
Page 107
Survey Kit
CW500
Page 117
Dual External Aerials
CWEXA
Page 109
Sensors
CWD910 / CWDB920
99
Wireless System Architecture
Statement
Cooper Fire Systems design and
manufacture fire products to the latest
international standards. The products are
approved through reputable third party test
houses such as LPCB, and UL laboratories
for use around the world. During the
design process of the Cooper Wireless
range of products, EN54 Pt25 and BS5839
Pt1 were considered.
EN54 Pt25 is a mandatory product
performance standard, whereas BS5839
Pt1 is a code of practice that gives
recommendations where no product
standard exists.
EN54 Pt25 (clauses 5.3.2, 5.3.3 and table
C.2 of EN54 Pt25) state that the low
battery fault warning of the single battery is
given when the capacity for 30 days of
normal operation plus 30 min alarm
condition remains in the battery.
BS5839 Pt1 recommends that radio linked
components should be supplied from 2
independent supplies but does not state
that the second battery needs to be
monitored (for capacity or voltage).
Therefore, the addition of a second primary
battery does not give any advantage over
the use of a single monitored battery as
stated in EN54 Pt25.
In our opinion having 2 batteries
performing the same function as a single
battery, without the correct monitoring of
the second battery, could be regarded as
degradation in performance as the
condition of the second battery is not
known and therefore could be flat.
For both business and leisure wireless technology is now common place. Such are
the advances made in wireless technologies in recent years that most people use
wireless devices without a second thought.
Using Cooper wireless protocol the CW9000 provides a fire detection system using
secure wireless connections between the field devices and the control panel.
Based on well proven components the sensors, sounders, beacons and callpoints
give the CW9000 a highly reliable foundation into which the wireless technology has
been integrated to provide a fully featured intelligent addressable wireless fire
detection and alarm system.
The development of CW9000 has tracked the progress of the European standard
EN54-25. “Fire detection and fire alarm systems. Components using radio links”, and
has therefore been designed to conform fully with all aspects of this document.
Features and Benefits
Wireless technology offers unique advantages when compared to the installation of
wired detection and alarm systems:
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Meets the requirements of EN54-25
Range greater than 1km in free air
European tones, fully synchronised
Peripherals use standard AA cells
Minimise disruption
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Capability to address 250 devices
Low profile aesthetics
Dual anti-tamper function (sensor/base)
Eliminates cabling difficulties
Preserve aesthetics
Fast and Simple Installation
Requiring only limited cabling, installation time is greatly reduced. CW9000 is ideally
suited to situations where there are limited time periods for work to be undertaken,
such as in educational, healthcare and retail establishments.
Reduced Disruption
The lack of cables also means that there is little damage to the fabric of the building,
especially important in heritage sites or prestigious areas. Apart from precious décor,
the lack of invasion into the structure reduces mess and the risk that dust and rubble
will enter vital areas which is particularly important in sterile and food preparation
areas and other places where cleanliness is paramount.
Flexibility
Changes to the configuration of a building and reconfiguration of the system can be
accommodated both quickly and simply, minimising down time and essential for
rapid refits. For temporary installations or situations such as small retail outlets where
occupation can change frequently the lack of cables means that an optimum system
configuration can be maintained without major system reworking.
Cost saving
As devices only have to be fixed to the building, there is no need to run fire resistant
cable, trunking, conduit or concealed cables, saving in both materials and labour.
The use of multifunction components, such as the integrated AV sounder beacon
means there are fewer points to install leading to further economies in the installation
process.
The unique survey and commissioning tool has been designed to allow these critical
functions to be performed by a single person, again saving effort on site and
reducing cost. A further consideration is the cost of the batteries used in the system,
by standardising on easily available off the shelf batteries, and ultra-low power
consumption to extend operational life and minimise system running costs.
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Wireless Product Range
CW9000 Range
CW9000 - Wireless Control Panel
Overview
Features
Using Cooper wireless protocol the wireless
control panel (CW9000) provides a fire
detection system using secure wireless
connections between the field devices and the
control panels.
• Meets the requirements of
EN54 Pt25
• Address capacity up to
250 wireless devices
• Range > 1km in free air
• Soft addressing
• Multi-language selection
capability
• Monitor battery status
under all conditions
• Large versatile touchscreen user interface
Based on well proven components the sensors,
sounders, beacons and callpoints give CW9000
a highly reliable foundation into which the
wireless technology has been integrated to
provide a fully featured intelligent addressable
fire detection and alarm system.
The development of CW9000 has tracked the
progress of the European Standard EN54-25
“Fire detection and fire alarm systems.
Components using radio links”, and has
therefore been designed to conform fully with all
aspects of this document.
Benefits
• Simple to operate end
user touch-screen interface
• Eliminates difficulties and
costs associated with
wired fire systems
• Minimise disruption
• Helps preserve building
aesthetics
• Full system integrity with
Cooper developed protocol
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Wireless Control Panel - CW9000 Range
Dimensions
Technical Specification
D
Code
CW9000
Description
Wireless Control Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt25
Power
Operating Voltage
230V ac +10%/-15% (nom)
Current Consumption
75mA (nom)
Mains Fuse
1.6A slow blow
H
Batteries
W
Panel
Arials
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
375
357
95
85
85
Number
2
Manufacturer
Yuasa, YSP12-4
Capacity
4Ah
Battery Fuse (F4)
4A quick blow
Battery Current
3.5A (max)
Standby Current
(mA) 100 (1 loop)
Wireless Capacity
Address Capacity
250 devices (max)
Wireless Outputs
60 sounders + 20 3 channel input/outputs
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
Back box - mild steel (powder coated)
Colour
Graphite
Dimensions (H x W x D)
375mm x 375mm x 95mm
Weight (incl. batteries)
9kg
Fascia - PC/ABS
Weight (excl. batteries)
4kg
Cable Knockouts
11mm x 20mm
Flammability Rating
UL 94 V0
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Standard Connection
Fuses:
FH100 Sounder cct 1 - 1.6A fast blow
FH101 Sounder cct 2 - 1.6A fast blow
FH102 Battery - 4A quick blow
FH103 Mains Input - 1.6A anti-surge
FH102
A B X Y E
OUT
BATT
RESET
PC/MODEM
RED
E
BATTERY 1
12V 7Ah
MAINS
SUPPLY INPUT
Product Codes
Code
CW9000
102
Description
Wireless Control Panel
BLACK
IN
L~N E
COM
SYNC
FH103 MAINS
BATTERY 2
12V 7Ah
Wireless Product Range
Booster Panel
CWB9500 - Wireless Booster Panel
Overview
Features
The wireless booster panel (CWB9500) allows
devices outside the range of the wireless
control panel (CW9000) to be addressed,
monitored and controlled.
• Meets the requirements of
EN54 Pt25
• Up to 8 booster panels can
be positioned on the loop
• Address capacity up to
28 wireless devices (per
booster panel)
• Range > 1km in free air
• Fully addressable
• Duplex technology (2 way
communication)
• Mains powered with battery
back up
• Power supply designed to
comply with EN54 Pt4
Each wireless booster panel operates its own
dedicated wireless loop on a different system ID
and frequency from the control panel.
The wireless loop of the booster panel, with up
to 28 intelligent addressable wireless devices, is
operated in synchronisation with the control
panel’s wireless loop to provide a transparent
link between the wireless control panel and the
intelligent addressable devices.
The intelligent addressable devices on the
wireless booster panel’s wireless loop are
commissioned and directly accessed by the
control panel.
Up to 8 booster panels can be commissioned
onto the control panel wireless loop.
Benefits
• Extends control panel
range
• Eliminates difficulties and
costs associated with
wired fire systems
• Minimise disruption
• Helps preserve building
aesthetics
• Easy to install and
commission
• Save time and cost
103
Wireless Booster Panel - CWB9500
Dimensions
D
W
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
331
270
90
Code
CWB9500
Description
Wireless Booster Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt25
Power
H
Operating Voltage
230V ac +10%/-15% (nom)
Current Consumption
50mA
Input Fuse Protection
6A fast-blow fuse (F1)
Monitored Supply
Yes
Batteries
Mounting Details
Number
1
Battery Type
12V 3.2Ah
Standby Current
35mA
Fuse Protection
3A polyswitch (PTC2)
Monitored
Yes
Radio
283mm
Frequency Band
868 MHz
Wireless Devices
28 (max)
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
200mm
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Graphite
Dimensions (H x W x D)
331mm x 270mm x 90mm
Weight (incl. batteries)
3.5kg
Weight (excl. batteries)
2.1kg
Cable Entry
1 for mains
Cable Entry
Diameter 20mm
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Installation
• The wireless booster (CWB9500) should be
fixed and wired first.
• The wireless ancillaries should then be
positioned and fixed as per the drawings.
• The wireless booster should be positioned
clear of metal structures, cables, metal piping,
and foil backed plasterboard.
• For ease of access the front panel can be
removed by removing the screws underneath
the flap.
• The display section can also be removed by
unscrewing the screw at the top of the cover,
tilting the cover forward to disconnect the
large ribbon cable, and then removing the
cover by pulling it out of the brackets.
• Refitting is the reverse of removal.
• The booster should be fixed using four
suitable fixings through the holes provided.
• Do not drill through the box to locate the
fixings as dust and debris will contaminate
the electronics.
Product Codes
Code
CWB9500
104
Description
Wireless Booster Panel
Wireless Product Range
Hybrid Panels
CWH9600 / CWH9601 - Addressable / Zonal Hybrid Panel
Overview
Features
Both the addressable hybrid panel (CWH9600)
and zonal hybrid panel (CWH9601) provide a
seamless interface between Cooper intelligent
addressable control panels and Cooper
wireless accessories. These units are ideal for
expanding a wired system into areas where
there are architectural or customer restrictions
on cabling.
• Meets the requirements of
EN54 Pt25
• Loop powered
• Soft addressed
• Integral short circuit isolator
• Requires a single loop
address for the hybrid and
an addresses per wireless
ancillary
• Maximum of 10 hybrids per
control panel
• Supports up to 32 wireless
ancillaries
• Intelligent wireless fire and
fault monitoring
• Simple user interface for
common commissioning
functions
• USB interface for advanced
engineering functions
The (CWH9600) requires 1 address for itself and
up to 32 addresses for the wireless accessories
on the Cooper loop, and intelligently
handles/monitors the wireless accessories using
the new Cooper wireless protocol. The
(CWH9600) operates like a spur, with the
wireless ancillaries being fully visible to the
control panel, and reporting a individual fault
and fire states for all wireless accessories.
The (CWH9601) requires a single address on the
Cooper loop and intelligently handles/monitors
wireless accessories using the new Cooper
wireless protocol. The (CWH9601) operates like
a zone monitor unit, with the wireless
accessories not being visible to the control
panel, but reports a generic fault and fire state
for all wireless accessories.
Benefits
• Provides a cost effective
solution
• Overcomes any cabling
restrictions within a building
• No AC supply (loop driven)
• Long range (>1km in free
air)
105
Wireless Hybrid Panels - CWH9600 / CWH9601
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
262
155
68
W
Code
CWH9600
CWH9601
Description
Addressable Wireless Hybrid Panel
Zonal Wireless Hybrid Panel
Standards
EN54 Pt17, Pt18 & Pt25
EN54 Pt17, Pt18 & Pt25
Power
Power Source
Loop
Loop
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
Nominal Current
5mA (average)
10mA (average)
Alarm Current
10mA (average)
Nominal Voltage
H
Wireless Capacity
Wireless Loops
D
1 (max)
Address capacity
1 (max)
32
32
Wireless Inputs
32 (max)
32 (max)
Wireless Outputs
32 (max)
32 (max)
In/Out terminals
In/Out terminals
USB
USB
Back box & fascia – Polycarbonate
Back box & fascia – Polycarbonate
Connectivity
Loop
PC
Physical
Construction
Colour
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Red
Red
262mm x 155mm x 68mm
262mm x 155mm x 68mm
Weight
0.8kg
0.8kg
Cable Knockouts
1 (rear)
1 (rear)
Flammability Rating
UL V-2
UL V-2
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Standard Connection
Cable Exclusion
No cables, pipes or
metalwork to be within
this area behind panel
USB
No cables, pipes or metalwork to be within this area
+
SYNC IN
+
SYNC OUT
22V (Device Fitted)
0V (Unused)
V
22V (Device Fitted)
0V (Unused)
V
+
- LOOP IN
E
+
- LOOP OUT
E
1 meter
1 meter
1 meter
1 meter
0.6 meter
Cables run outside the area shown
Product Codes
Code
CWH9600
CWH9601
106
Description
Wireless Hybrid Panel (addressable)
Wireless Hybrid Panel (zonal)
Wireless Product Range
Survey Kit
CW500 - Wireless Survey Kit
Overview
Features
The wireless survey kit (CW500) is an essential
tool for evaluating a site’s suitability for a
Cooper wireless system prior to installation.
• 3 x Standard AA batteries
• Duplex technology (2 way
communication)
• Range > 1km in free air
• Simple menu driven
interface
• Site survey for checking
signal quality before system
installation
• Survey analysis to identify
the best frequency channel
• Device commissioning
• Database containing site
scan, site survey and
commissioning data
• Upload/download database
to/from a PC or Laptop
The wireless survey kit achieves this by
performing a thorough scan (on all available
frequencies) to detect any interference or other
wireless systems close to the site.
The wireless survey kit can then be used to
perform a full site survey (on all available
frequencies) to check the signal quality between
the control panel location and the desired
location of each individual remote device.
These results provide the unit with all the
information it requires to calculate the optimum
frequency for the site.
This tool is also essential for establishing if the
installation site requires any wireless booster
panels.
Benefits
• Site scan for detecting
interference and other
wireless systems
• Simple to operate
• Ease of commissioning
system
• Identifies the ideal
operational channel
frequencies
107
Wireless Survey Kit - CW500
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
176
100
39
Code
CW500
Description
Wireless Survey Kit
Description
Batteries
3 x AA Lithium (4.5V) 3000 mAhr (min)
Wireless Frequency
868 MHz
Units per Fit
2
Interface
H
D
Visual
Graphical LCD display
Green “GO” LED
Red “NO GO” LED
Audible
Internal buzzer
Keyboard
5 button keyboard
Attachments
Camera stand attachment
Extendable pole cradle
W
Batteries
Number
1
Battery Type
12V 3.2 Ah
Standby Current
35mA
Fuse Protection
3A polyswitch (PTC2)
Monitored
Yes
Radio
Frequency Band
868 MHz
Wireless Devices
28 (max)
Physical
Construction
Housing - PC/ABS
Boot - silicon rubber
Colour
Housing - Grey
Dimensions (H x W x D)
176mm x 100mm x 39mm
Weight
2.4kg
Labelling - Blue
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
USBINT2 Overview
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Wireless Survey Kit
The analogue systems panel interface
(USBINT2) is a universal serial bus converter
that provides conversions from RS232 to USB,
TTL to USB or TTL to RS232.
These options provide the connectivity required
between a PC and intelligent addressable
control panels, wireless control panels, and
wireless survey tools.
This interface is included with the wireless
survey kit to provide a comprehensive site
survey and commissioning tool.
Product Codes
Code
CW500
108
Description
Wireless Survey Kit (includes USBINT2 interface)
Wireless Product Range
Sensors
CWD910 - Wireless Sensor / CWDB920 - Wireless Sensor Sounder Beacon
Overview
Features
The wireless sensor (CWD910) and wireless
sensor sounder beacon (CWDB920) are
designed to comply with EN54 Pt5 & Pt7.
•
•
•
•
•
Both the (CWD910) and the (CWDB920) are
compatible with the Cooper wireless fire
system.
These units are based on multi-sensor
technologies and use combinations of optical
smoke detection, fixed temperature and rate of
rise heat detection.
3 x Standard AA batteries
Long battery life
Anti tamper protection
Concealed antennas
Multi-sensor technology
combining optical smoke
detection and configurable
heat detection (fixed, rate
of rise and high
temperature)
• Drift compensation
• First fix base
Additional Features CWDB920
These elements can be selected to provide
optimum detection of all types of fire and
operating conditions.
•
•
•
•
Highly visible LED beacon
Alarm sounder
3 Volume settings
4 Tones
Benefits
• Single sensor solution
• Eliminates cabling
difficulties
• Minimise disruption
• Helps preserve building
aesthetics
109
Wireless Sensor / Wireless Sensor Sounder Beacon - CWD910 / CWDB920
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia
Code
CWD910 / CWDB920
Description
CWD910 - Wireless sensor
CWDB920 - Wireless sensor sounder beacon
Standards
EN45 Pt25 components using wireless links
EN54 Pt3, EN54 Pt5 & EN54 Pt7
D
Description
Battery
3 x AA Lithium (4.5V)
Wireless Frequency
868 MHz
Tones
750 Hz steady (BS fire tone) -
3000 mAhr (min)
CWD910 / CWDB920
Description
CWD910
CWDB920
dB(A) min 70, med 80, high 90
Dia (mm)
114
114
500 - 1200 Hz 3.5s sweep, 0.5s silence, then
D (mm)
78
78
repeat (Dutch fire tone) dB(A) min 70, med 80, high 90
(BS fire tone) - dB(A) min 70, med 80, high 90
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
114mm x 78mm
Weight
0.3kg
Ingress Protection
IP21C
Suitable for use with
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Installation
Sensor Switch Settings
ON
1 2
SW2
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
1. First fit the mounting base in the desired
position. (Set by the survey).
2. Check that the sensors switches are set to
the appropriate positions to give the correct
detection characteristics. (See switch settings).
3. Fit the 3 batteries into the sensor. (As per
commission requirements).
4. Present the sensor to the base, aligning the
pips on the sensor and base to achieve
correct orientation and then twist clockwise
until the sensor slots onto the base and
cannot be turned any further.
5. Dust covers must be removed before the
system is commissioned.
Battery Installation
SLOT
1
BATTERY COVER
SLOT
2
LOCATING TABS
1. To insert battery cover, follow steps 1 and 2.
2. To remove, insert terminal screw driver into slot.
Product Codes
Code
CWD910
CWDB920
110
The wireless system incorporates a number
of innovative design features that enables
battery life in excess of 3 years, from
readily available, across the counter,
standard AA cells. Battery monitoring
functions ensure that early warning of any
low battery conditions is signalled and can
therefore be co-ordinated with normal
maintenance procedures.
Battery replacement is therefore both
economic and simple.
Battery Layout
+
-
+
-
+
-
Specified Battery
Energizer L91 ultimate lithium
SPECIFIED BATTERIES
ENERGIZER L91 ULTIMATE LITHIUM
Compatibility
SW1
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
While wireless control panels and boosters
operate from a battery backed mains
supply (which is designed to comply with
the latest EN54 Pt4) the true economy and
reliability of the wireless fire system is
highly dependant on the cost and
availability of the batteries used in the
various field devices.
750 - 880Hz 2Hz (250ms -250ms)
Environmental
Sensor Setting
Opto Only
Opto-Heat
Heat (A1R) 66°C
Heat (BS) 77°C
Batteries
Description
Wireless Sensor
Wireless Sensor Sounder Beacon
Wireless Product Range
Callpoint
CWC950 - Wireless Callpoint
Overview
Features
The wireless callpoint (CWC950) is designed to
comply with EN54 Pt11 and shares all the
features and benefits of the Cooper intelligent
addressable callpoint on which it is based.
•
•
•
•
•
•
The (CWC950) is compatible with the Cooper
wireless fire system.
In addition to standard intelligent addressable
callpoint features a tamper switch is provided so
that a fault alarm is transmitted to the control
panel if the callpoint is dismantled or removed.
3 x Standard AA batteries
Anti tamper protection
Concealed antennas
Fast fit clip on front cover
High visibility status LED
Glass or plastic resettable
element (both provided)
Benefits
• Long battery life
• Eliminates cabling
difficulties
• Minimise disruption
• Helps preserve building
aesthetics
• Single tool for test and
access
111
Wireless Callpoint - CWC950
Dimensions
W
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
87
87
57
Code
CWC950
Description
Wireless Callpoint
Standards
EN45 Pt25 components using wireless links
Batteries
EN45 Pt11 callpoint
H
Description
D
Batteries
3 x AA Lithium (4.5 V) 3000 mAhr (min)
Wireless Frequency
868 MHz
Environmental
Anti-Tamper System
ANTI-TAMPER MICRO SWITCH
(ALWAYS ON TOP)
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
The wireless system incorporates a number
of innovative design features that enables
battery life in excess of 3 years, from
readily available, across the counter,
standard AA cells. Battery monitoring
functions ensure that early warning of any
low battery conditions is signalled and can
therefore be co-ordinated with normal
maintenance procedures.
Physical
Construction
ABS
Colour
Red
Dimensions (H x W x D)
87mm x 87mm x 57mm
Weight
0.3kg
Ingress Protection
IP21C
Battery replacement is therefore both
economic and simple.
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
While wireless control panels and boosters
operate from a battery backed mains
supply (which is designed to comply with
the latest EN54 Pt4) the true economy and
reliability of the wireless fire system is
highly dependant on the cost and
availability of the batteries used in the
various field devices.
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Installation Diagram
Battery Layout
+
-
+
-
+
-
Specified Battery
Energizer L91 ultimate lithium
Lug Screws
NOTE
Tamper alarm can only be reset at panel.
SPECIFIED BATTERIES
ENERGIZER L91 ULTIMATE LITHIUM
Front
COMPRESSED TO WALL TO SET =
Lugs (If Required)
Locking Screws
Indicator
FRONT REMOVED =
UNIT REMOVED FROM WALL =
Installation Instructions
User Interface
1. The wireless callpoint can only be surface
mounted and is provided with a back box as
standard.
2. The wireless callpoint has test facility via
special test key to prevent unauthorised
operation.
3. Insertion of test key for test purposes and for
cover removal is at bottom of callpoint to
facilitate ease of access when mounted next
to door architrave.
4. Test key is dual function, used to test callpoint
operation by simulating activation and also to
allow removal of clip on cover to gain access
to element.
5. Element is held in place by clip on self locking
cover which can only be removed by use of a
special tool (callpoint test key).
1. To enable quick and simple
installation, callpoints use a
fast fit self locking clip on
front cover which is very
simple to fit, but once in
place, can only be removed
by use of a special key
(supplied).
2. Callpoint is triggered by
pressing against the
element.
Product Codes
Code
CWC950
112
Description
Wireless Callpoint
Wireless Product Range
Sounder Beacon
CWSB980 - Wireless Sounder Beacon
Overview
Features
The wireless sounder beacon (CWSB980) is
designed to comply with EN54 Pt25 & Pt7.
•
•
•
•
•
The (CWSB980) is compatible with the Cooper
wireless fire system.
The high efficiency design of this wireless
sounder beacon offers excellent sound output
levels, whilst also including a high powered LED
beacon to provide both audible and visual alarm
signals.
This unit is designed for wall mounting, and has
a choice of different tones and volume levels.
3 x Standard AA batteries
Anti tamper protection
Concealed antennas
Combined sounder beacon
4 selectable tones
controlled by the panel
• 3 adjustable volume
controlled by the panel
Benefits
• Long battery life
• Eliminates cabling
difficulties
• Minimise disruption
• Helps preserve building
aesthetics
113
Wireless Sounder Beacon - CWSB980
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
105
D
D (mm)
91
Code
CWSB980
Description
Wireless Sounder Beacon
Standards
EN45 Pt25 components using wireless links
EN45 Pt3 sounder
H
Description
Batteries
3 x AA Lithium (4.5 V) 3000 mAhr (min)
Wireless Frequency
868 MHz
Tones
970 Hz. steady (BS fire tone) -
Batteries
While wireless control panels and boosters
operate from a battery backed mains
supply (which is designed to comply with
the latest EN54 Pt4) the true economy and
reliability of the wireless fire system is
highly dependant on the cost and
availability of the batteries used in the
various field devices.
W
dB(A) min 70, med 90, high 100
800 - 970 Hz. 3.5s sweep, 0.5s silence,
then repeat (Dutch fire tone) -
Anti-Tamper System
dB(A) min 70, med 90, high 100
660 - 880 Hz. 2 Hz (250ms -250ms)
(BS fire tone) -
COMPRESSED TO WALL TO SET =
The wireless system incorporates a number
of innovative design features that enables
battery life in excess of 3 years, from
readily available, across the counter,
standard AA cells. Battery monitoring
functions ensure that early warning of any
low battery conditions is signalled and can
therefore be co-ordinated with normal
maintenance procedures.
dB(A) min 70, med 90, high 100
Battery replacement is therefore both
economic and simple.
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Battery Layout
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Red
Lens Colour
Red
Dimensions (Dia x D)
105mm x 91mm
Weight
0.3kg
Ingress Protection
IP21C
+
-
+
-
+
-
Specified Battery
Energizer L91 ultimate lithium
SPECIFIED BATTERIES
ENERGIZER L91 ULTIMATE LITHIUM
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
UNIT REMOVED FROM WALL =
COMPRESSED TO WALL TO SET =
Installation Diagram
1
FRONT REMOVED FROM BACK BOX =
UNIT REMOVED FROM WALL =
2
Installation Instructions
System Functionality
1. First fix base is fixed to the mounting surface
using 2 fixing holes.
2. Main body is then clipped into position on
mounting base, body locks into position when
pressed home.
1. Volume is set by control panel,
no need to access sounder to
alter setting.
2. Tone is set by control panel,
no need to access sounder to
alter setting.
FRONT REMOVED FROM BACK BOX =
Product Codes
Code
CWSB980
114
Description
Wireless Sounder Beacon
Wireless Product Range
Input/Output Unit
CWIF930 - Wireless Input/Output Unit
Overview
Features
The wireless input/output (CWIF930) is
designed to comply with EN54 Pt25 & Pt18.
•
•
•
•
The (CWIF930) is compatible with the Cooper
wireless fire system.
The wireless 3 channel input/output unit
provides the facility to monitor 3 independent
inputs for fault and fire as well as providing the
facility to operate 3 volt free contacts for
operating devices such as magnetic door
holders, in areas where the installation of system
wiring is not an option.
This unit is assigned 1 address and this address
is recognised by the Cooper wireless control
panel.
The wireless 3 channel input/output unit is fully
monitored and controlled by the Cooper
wireless control panel. It is fully programmable
using the sophisticated and powerful Cooper
cause and effect programming.
3 x Standard AA batteries
Fully addressable
Concealed antennas
Long range up to 1km in
free pace
• Duplex technology (2 way
communication)
• 3 Volt free outputs
• 3 monitored hard wired
inputs
Benefits
• Long battery life
• Eliminates cabling
difficulties
• Minimise disruption
• Helps preserve building
aesthetics
Both input and outputs are available from the
same unit and may be operated
115
Wireless Input/Output Unit - CWIF930
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
225
180
63
Code
CWIF930
Description
Wireless Input/Output Unit
Standards
EN45 Pt25 components using wireless links
Batteries
While wireless control panels and boosters
operate from a battery backed mains
supply (which is designed to comply with
the latest EN54 Pt4) the true economy and
reliability of the wireless fire system is
highly dependant on the cost and
availability of the batteries used in the
various field devices.
EN45 Pt18 & BS5839 Pt1
Description
H
Batteries
3 x AA Lithium (4.5V) 3000 mAhr (min)
Wireless Frequency
868.05 MHz - 869.95 MHz. uses alarm
specific frequencies to cut other user
The wireless system incorporates a number
of innovative design features that enables
battery life in excess of 3 years, from
readily available, across the counter,
standard AA cells. Battery monitoring
functions ensure that early warning of any
low battery conditions is signalled and can
therefore be co-ordinated with normal
maintenance procedures.
interference (can be programmed to other
W
D
countries frequencies)
Number of Units per Panel
20 (max)
Wireless Range
> 1km in free space
Data Rate
4.8k bs (manchester), 9.6k bs (standard)
Frequency Agile
Yes
Inputs
End of Line Resistor
22K
Alarm
5K6
Battery replacement is therefore both
economic and simple.
Outputs
Switching Voltage
30V dc
Contact Rating
1A
Switching Power
30W
Battery Layout
+
-
+
-
+
-
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
95% RH
Physical
Construction
PC
Dimensions (H x W x D)
225mm x 180mm x 63mm
Weight
0.9kg
Ingress Protection
IP21
SPECIFIED BATTERIES
ENERGIZER L91 ULTIMATE LITHIUM
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Fixing Centres
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Standard Connection
163.5mm
5k6
5k6
INPUT 2
238.5mm
22k
INPUT 1
5k6
22k
Product Codes
Code
CWIF930
116
Description
Wireless Input/Output Unit
OUTPUT 3 OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 1
INPUT 3
22k
Specified Battery
Energizer L91 ultimate lithium
Wireless Product Range
Dual External Aerials
CWEXA - Wireless Dual External Aerials
Overview
Features
The wireless dual external aerials (CWEXA) are
a pair of 868MHz high gain large collinear
aerials that are a direct replacement for both of
the standard aerials supplied with the wireless
control panel.
• Easy to install with no
additional components or
modifications required
• Totally waterproof allowing
outdoor usage
The (CWEXA) are compatible with the Cooper
wireless fire system.
Benefits
• Allows radio obstructions to
be easily bypassed to
provide maximum coverage
117
Wireless Dual External Aerials - CWEXA
Mount Fixing Centres
Technical Specification
17 mm
Code
CWEXA
Description
Wireless Dual External Aerials
Electrical
5mm
Frequency Range
860MHz to 870Mhz
Maximum Input Power
20dBm
DC Voltage
0V dc to 12V dc
Resistance
10K +/- 5% 250mW
40 mm
Mechanical
Cable Length
3 meters +/- 0.05
RF Connector
Straight BNC
Cable Type
RG58U
Antennae Length
60cm (nom)
Antennae Tube Diameter
25mm (typical)
Antennae Bracket
Pole / wall type
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-30°C to +50°C
Physical
Ingress Protection
IP65
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Wireless Fire Systems
Aerial Installation
Optimum Distance
6 metre separation
Minimum Distance
3 metre separation
Cable Installation
Remove the rubber sheaths from both
panel aerials.
Disconnect both panel aerials by
twisting the top half of connector
anticlockwise as shown in the
diagram.
Connect both external aerials to the
panel by threading the BNC connector
through the hole at the top of the panel
and then twisting the connector
clockwise to lock it into place.
Product Codes
Code
CWEXA
118
Description
Wireless Dual External Aerials
Conventional Contents
Page 121
Control Panels
FX2200CF Range
Page 137
Callpoints
CX201 / CX203
Page 151
Xenon Sounder Beacon
FX002CR
Page 125
Repeater Panel
FXRP2200CF
Page 139
Bell
CFB6D24
Page 153
Compact Door Retainer
FX021240LC / FX02124VLC
Page 127
Detectors
CPD321 / CPT341 / CFR330
CMT360 / CHT390
Page 141
Flush Sounders
FX003 / FX003W
Page 129
Standard Base
CDBB300
Page 143
Base Mountable Sounder
and Sounder Beacon
MDS824 / MDS824B
Page 131
Relay Base
FXN520R
Page 145
Low Profile Surface Sounders
FX002 / FX002W
Page 133
Remote Indicator
CIR301
Page 147
High Output Wall Sounder
FX007
Page 135
Reflective Beam Detectors
MBD50R / MBD100R
Page 149
Low Profile Xenon Beacons
FX004R / FX004A / FX004B
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Conventional System Architecture
The philosophy of a conventional system
revolves around dividing the building into a
number of areas called zones. The detectors
and callpoints within each zone are then wired
on dedicated circuits. In the event of a detector
or callpoint being triggered, the panel is able to
identify which circuit contains the triggered
device and thereby indicate which zone the fire
alarm has come from.
It is then necessary to manually search the
indicated zone to pinpoint the exact cause of
the fire alarm.
Unwanted Alarms
Because most conventional detectors are
simple two state devices they can only be in
either a normal or fire condition. Although
modern components and good system design
can go some way to reducing potential
problems, it is not uncommon for conventional
systems to generate unwanted alarms due to
certain operating conditions or transient
environmental conditions such as the presence
of steam near to a smoke detector.
A key development aimed at reducing such
unwanted alarms has been the multi-criteria
detector. Traditionally, detectors were designed
to respond to particular fire phenomena such as
heat or the presence of smoke. However,
Cooper now offer multi-criteria devices, which
contain both a smoke sensing element and a
thermal sensing element.
Sounder Circuits
In addition to the detection circuits, there is also
a need for separate circuits of alarm
annunciation devices such as sounders and
beacons to signal the existence of a fire alarm
condition to the building users. For sounder
circuit continuity monitoring to function
effectively, sounder circuits have to be wired in a
single radial circuit, spurs and tees are not
permitted.
Almost every conventional control panel will
have facilities for more than one sounder circuit
and generally the higher the specification of the
panel or the higher the number of detection
zones provided, the more sounder circuits will
be provided.
Normally however there will be less sounder
circuits than detection zone circuits so it will be
necessary for a sounder circuit to provide cover
for more than one zone.
This increases installation complexity by forcing
the sounder wiring to follow different routes to
that of the detector wiring.
When designing a conventional system it is
important to ensure that the panel has adequate
zone capacity for the size and complexity of the
building and that the panel can support the
intended sounder circuit wiring and loading.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
The fire alarm decision is taken by analysis of
the responses from both elements, resulting in
improved detection performance as well as
greatly enhanced false alarm suppression.
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Conventional Product Range
FX2200CF Range
FX2202CF - 2 Zone Control Panel
Overview
Features
The FX2200CF range of conventional control
panels provide a solution to any conventional
system requirement. The advanced features
include a simple "one-shot" user test facility,
class change contacts, battery voltage alarms
and charger temperature compensation, all
included as standard to ensure ease of use
and high reliability.
• 1, 2, 4 or 8 zones panels
• Flexible, high specification
system
• Surface or semi-flush
mounting
• Simple "one-shot" autoreset user test facility
• Maintenance free poly
switch circuit protection,
with auto reset
• Class change and
programmable fire/fault
relay as standard
• Custom configured
versions available to meet
specific project requirements
Attention to detail is emphasised by the neat log
book holder feature, allowing essential records
to be stored close to hand, ready for quick
reference.
For larger installations, custom configuration of
the panels offers even greater flexibility, allowing
project specific requirements to be easily met, in
a competitive and cost effective package.
Benefits
• Suitable for a large range of
projects
• No fuses required
• Discreet panel design for
incorporation in to any
decor
• Numerical access code
(no lost keys)
• Easy to maintain/service
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Conventional Control Panels - FX2200CF Range
Technical Specification
Code
Description
Standards
FX2202CF
FX2204CF
FX2208CF
2 Zone Control Panel
4 Zone Control Panel
8 Zone Control Panel
EN54 Pt2: 1997 + A1: 2006
EN54 Pt2: 1997 + A1: 2006
EN54 Pt2: 1997 + A1: 2006
EN53 Pt4: 19197 + A1: 2002 + A2: 2006
EN53 Pt4: 19197 + A1: 2002 + A2: 2006
EN53 Pt4: 19197 + A1: 2002 + A2: 2006
EN50130 Pt4 1996, EN50130 Pt4
EN50130 Pt4 1996, EN50130 Pt4
EN50130 Pt4 1996, EN50130 Pt4
Specification
Number of Zones
2
4
8
Detectors per Zone
32
32
32
Number of Alarm Circuits
2 (4 on FX22002CR)
2 (4 on FX22004CR)
4
150mA per circuit, 0.3A total
400mA per circuit, 0.8A total
500mA per circuit, 2A total
Detection circuits: EOLM-1 monitoring unit
Detection circuits: EOLM-1 monitoring unit
Detection circuits: EOLM-1 monitoring unit
Alarm lines: 6.8KΩ resistor
Alarm lines: 6.8KΩ resistor
Alarm lines: 6.8KΩ resistor
5A 24V dc single pole changeover contacts
5A 24V dc single pole changeover contacts
5A 24V dc single pole changeover contacts
Auxiliary DC Output
No*
No*
24V dc fused. 30mA
Repeater Port
No*
No*
Yes
230V ac -15% +10%
230V ac -15% +10%
230V ac -15% +10%
Alarm Circuit Load
End Of Line Devices
Auxiliary Fire Signal/Fault Output
Mains Input Voltage
System Operating Voltage
24V dc
24V dc
24V dc
Standby Duration
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
Battery (Sealed Lead Acid)
1 x 3.2Ah
1 x 3.2Ah
2 x 3.2Ah
Recharge Period
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
0 to 75% RH
Environmental
Physical
Construction
Polycarbonate housing & back box
Polycarbonate housing & back box
Polycarbonate housing & back box
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Surface: 270mm x 332mm x 90mm
Surface: 270mm x 332mm x 90mm
Surface: 270mm x 332mm x 90mm
Recessed: 279mm x 332mm x 122mm
Recessed: 279mm x 332mm x 122mm
Recessed: 279mm x 332mm x 122mm
Weight
5.2kg
5.8kg
6.0kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
IP30
IP30
Top: 12x20mm entries with blanking plugs
Top: 12x20mm entries with blanking plugs
Top: 12x20mm entries with blanking plugs
Rear cable entry aperture
Rear cable entry aperture
Rear cable entry aperture
Cable Entry
* Available on the FX2202CR and FX2204CR
Dimensions
Description H (mm) W (mm) D1 (mm) D2 (mm)
1 zone
212
260
72
2 / 4 / 8 zone 270
332
45
47
D1
W
MUTE
BUZZER
H
1
2
3
4
SCROLL
5
Description
2 / 4 / 8 zone
Note:
Cut-out (mm)
265 x327
If surface mounting add D1 and D2 to obtain
depth dimension.
D2
Product Codes
Code
FX2202CF
FX2204CF
FX2208CF
FX2202CR
FX2204CR
FXRP2200CF
FX22003300 MB
MFALOG
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Description
Conventional 2 Zone Panel
Conventional 4 Zone Panel
Conventional 8 Zone Panel
Conventional 2 Zone Panel (configured for use with a repeater)
Conventional 4 Zone Panel (configured for use with a repeater)
Conventional Repeater Panel
Steel Back Box (for use with FX2202CF/4/8)
Fire Alarm System Log Book
Conventional Control Panels - FX2200CF Range
Installation Notes
1. A full set of Installation and User Instructions
is supplied with each panel to assist the
installer to carry out the work efficiently and
safely and the user to perform routine tests.
2. Panels are wall mounted. Surface mounted
via 4 x screw fixing holes on back of housing.
Use drill template supplied. Recessed
mounting requires appropriate cut-out for
steel semi-recessing box, which is screw fixed
to wall. Panel is then screwed to back box
via 4 x screw fixing holes (Note: Single zone
panel cannot be recessed).
3. Mains power supply cable must be routed via
the designated 20mm conduit entry on the
top or rear of the housing. The mains terminal
block is provided with maintenance free poly
switch protection.
4. Conduit entries are provided on the top of the
housing for zone, alarm and output cables.
Blanking plugs are supplied for un-used entry
holes
5. Rear entry apertures are also provided for
back entry.
6. Standby batteries connected via push-on
terminal connectors.
7. End of line (EOL) devices are supplied with
the panel and must be fitted at the end of
each detector and alarm circuit wiring.
8. Front cover is screw fixed. System logbook is
stored behind hinged door.
9. Walk test feature permits single person
testing for fast and efficient commissioning
prior to handover.
System Functionality
1. Normal and supervisor mode facility.
Supervisor mode protected by 4 digit security
code to prevent unauthorised use.
2. Supervisor mode provides access to test
mode, where a "one-shot" test facility can be
initiated by the user. When in operation, the
user has a period of time in which to put a call
point into fire condition, after which the
system automatically resets and returns to
normal mode.
3. Commissioning walk test feature permits the
system to be easily tested after installation
and prior to handover. The panel
automatically resets and returns to normal
operation after a detection device has been
tested. Each device can then be tested in turn
via the same procedure.
4. Supervisor mode also provides facility to
disable the following for maintenance or other
purposes
• each detection zone independently
• the alarm circuits
5. Non-latching zone facility can be specified on
custom configured versions (except 1 zone
panel). Enables the direct interconnection of
panels in a simple network.
6. An alarm line delay feature can be specified
on custom configured versions (except single
zone panel). Preset delays of 30 seconds to 2
minutes can be programmed at the factory.
Zone LED flashes when fire signal is received
and delay is in operation.
User Interface
1. Stylish and robust compact panel with simple
5 button keypad control of all functions.
2. Simple "one-shot" weekly user test with autoreset facility.
3. Comprehensive power, fire and fault LED
indicators and integral piezo buzzer for onboard fire or fault indication.
4. Battery high/low voltage alarm facility.
5. Neat log book storage facility behind hinged
door.
Interface Options
1. Class change input facility. Terminals provided
for switching of alarm circuits to indicate
school/college class change.
2. Programmable 5A 24V dc relay for remote
signalling of fire or fault conditions. Selectable
by jumper link.
3. Auxiliary 24V dc output power supply
provided as standard on 8 zone panel and 2
and 4 zone configured panels.
Repeater Panel
1. Repeater matches the style
and appearance of main
control panels.
2. Facility for signalling to
repeater panel provided as
standard on 8 zone panel.
3. Specially configured
versions of 2 and 4 zone
panels available for use
with a repeater panel.
4. Displays essential
information at other key
locations in a large
building/site
• Zone fire and fault
conditions
• Test mode in operation
• Zones or alarm lines in
disabled mode
5. Repeater panel requires
only a single pair of wires
to receive signals from
main control panel, plus
local mains power supply,
reducing cost of installation.
Detection Capacity
1. Up to 32 detectors per zone. End of line
monitoring devices must be fitted and are
supplied as standard.
2. Detector circuits are monitored for open
circuit, short circuit and detector removal.
Alarm Capacity
1. 2 separate alarm lines on 1, 2 and 4 zone
panels. Maximum rated load of 150mA
(1 and 2 zone) or 400mA (4 zone) per line.
2. 4 separate alarm lines on 8 zone panel.
500mA maximum load per line.
3. Alarm lines are monitored for open circuit and
short circuit faults.
4. Additional alarm line facilities on custom 2
and 4 zone configured panels.
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Conventional Control Panels - FX2200CF Range
Standard Panel Connections - FX2201CF / FX2202CF / FX2204CF
1
1
2
3
2
EOLM-1
3
DETECTORS AND CALLPOINTS
(REFER TO INDIVIDUAL WIRING DIAGRAMS)
END OF LINE
RESISTORS (6K8)
DETECTORS AND CALLPOINTS
(REFER TO INDIVIDUAL WIRING DIAGRAMS)
1
1
2
N
+ -
E
+
-
2
EOLM-1
3
AS PER
ZONES 1 & 2
AUXILLARY
RELAY
L
3
+ -
NO C NC
CLASS SOUNDER
CHANGE CIRCUITS
-
+
2
1
+ -
-
+
3
4
ZONE CIRCUITS
Standard Panel Connections - FX2208CF
1
2
1
3
2
EOLM-1
3
DETECTORS AND CALLPOINTS
(REFER TO INDIVIDUAL WIRING DIAGRAMS)
END OF LINE RESISTORS (6K8)
DETECTORS AND CALLPOINTS
(REFER TO INDIVIDUAL WIRING DIAGRAMS)
1
2
VOLT FREE
NORMALLY
OPEN
CONTACTS
FAULT
RELAY
N
E
F4
F1
124
NO C NC
AUXILLARY
CIRCUIT
+
- +
- + -
+
SOUNDER CIRCUITS
-
2
EOLM-1
3
TO
REPEATER
OUTPUT
PANEL
AS PER ZONES 1 & 2
F3
F4
F3
L
1
3
CLASS
CHANGE
+ 1
-
+
2
+ -
3
-
+
4
+ -
-
+
5
ZONE CIRCUITS
6
+ -
7
-
+
8
+
-
Tx+ Tx-
24V dc REPEATER
SUPPLY OUTPUT
Conventional Product Range
Repeater Panel
FXRP2200CF - Repeater Panel
Overview
Features
To complement the FX2200CF range a repeater
panel is available for connection to the 4 and 8
zone control panels.
• Facility for signalling to
repeater panel provided as
standard on 8 zone panel
• Surface or semi-flush
mounting
• Displays essential
information at other key
locations in a large
building/site
• Displays zone fire and fault
conditions
This repeater panel (FXRP2200CF) has been
specifically designed for ease of installation
requiring only 2 interconnecting wires from the
main panel this compared with up to 16 wires on
many conventional panels represents a large cost
saving both on material and labour.
Further repeater panels can be cascaded, again
only using 2 wires. Standby time is not effected by
the number of repeaters connected to each panel
as each repeater has its own main supply and
stand by battery.
The repeater is suitable for up to 8 zones and
displays all the same functions as the main panel,
but with the addition of a indicator test facility.
Benefits
• Repeater matches the style
and appearance of the
control panel
• Requires only a single pair
of wires to receive signals
from control panel reducing
cost of installation
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Conventional Repeater Panel - FXRP2200CF
Dimensions
Technical Specification
D1
W
Code
FXRP2200CF
Description
Repeater Panel
Specification
MUTE
BUZZER
H
1
2
3
4
Distance
2km
Mains Input Voltage
230V ac -15%, +10%
Standby Duration
24 hours
Battery
1 x 12V 1.2Ah
Recharge Period
24 hours
SCROLL
5
Environmental
D2
H (mm)
260
W (mm)
212
D1 (mm) D2 (mm)
45
77
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
75% max
Physical
Construction
PC
Dimensions (H x W x D)
260mm x 212mm x 122mm
Weight
3.6kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Installation
Device Overview
1. Wall mounted by means of 4 fixing screws.
2. Cable entry at back.
3. 12 top entry gland holes with push out
blanking plugs.
4. 4 separate rear access cable entry facilities.
5. Local mains supply required and must be
routed via the designated 20mm conduit
entry in the top or the rear of the housing.
1. Supplied with integral
power supply and standby
battery.
System Functionality
1. Supplied with integrated power supply and
stand by battery.
2. Provides local indication of essential
information e.g fire, fault and disablement.
Standard Connection
MAX CABLE LENGTH 2km
RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE 1.00mm²
+ -
L N E
REPEATER OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
CONTROL PANEL
Product Codes
Code
FXRP2200CF
126
Description
Conventional Repeater Panel
L N E
+ -
+ -
LINE INPUT
CONNECTIONS
LINE OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
REPEATER PANEL
IO
ERTI
N C
F
I
C
T
Conventional Product Range
S
A
R
S
ION BO
PREVEN
AT
LPCB
D
LO
Detectors
Optical Detector / Photo-Thermal Detector / Heat Detector
Overview
Features
This range of conventional detectors have been
specifically designed to operate with Cooper
control panels.
• Two wire connection
• 360° visibility LED using
lightpipe technology
• Wide range of detector
types
• Drift compensation
• Removable detector
chamber
• Aesthetically pleasing
The optical detector (CPD321) is suitable for
most applications giving the fastest response to
slow burning or smouldering fires which give rise
to large visible smoke particles.
The photo-thermal detector (CPT341) will
respond quickly to fast clean burning fires yet
maintain the advantage of optical detectors
when detecting smouldering fires. The thermal
enhancement of this detector allows a higher
alarm threshold which provides a greater
rejection of false alarms. The detector will also
raise an alarm at temperatures exceeding 60ºC.
Innovative light pipe technology allows LED to
be seen from any angle
The fixed heat detectors (CMT360) and (CHT390)
will detect temperatures above 77ºC and 92ºC.
The rate of rise heat detector (CFR330) is used
to detect rapid increases in temperature with a
maximum threshold of 60ºC. These detectors are
designed to be used in environments where the
ambient conditions might cause false alarms if
smoke detection were to be used, for example
where there is a high level of dust, fumes, steam
or smoke under normal conditions.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Wide viewing angle for
increased LED visibility
• Common mounting base
• Positive "lock" indication
• Discreet design for
incorporation in to any
decor
• Easy to maintain/service
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Conventional Detectors - CPD321 / CPT341/ CFR330 / CMT360 / CHT390
Technical Specification
Code
CPD321
CPT341
CFR330
CMT360
CHT390
Description
Optical Smoke Detector
Photo-Thermal Detector
Rate Of Rise Detector
Fixed Heat Detector (77ºC)
Fixed Heat Detector (92ºC)
Standards
EN54 Pt7 2000, A1 2002
EN54 Pt5 & Pt7 2000, A1 2002
EN54 Pt5 2000, A1 2002
EN54 Pt5 2000, A1 2002
EN54 Pt5 2000, A1 2002
Supply Ratings
Operating Voltage
15V dc to 30V dc
15V dc to 30V dc
15V dc to 30V dc
15V dc to 30V dc
15V dc to 30V dc
Standby Current
30µA (max)
30µA (max)
30µA (max)
30µA (max)
30µA (max)
Startup Current
340µA (max)
340µA (max)
N/A
N/A
N/A
Alarm Current
25mA (max)
25mA (max)
25mA (max)
25mA (max)
25mA (max)
Ceiling in open areas
Ceiling in open areas
Ceiling in open areas
Ceiling in open areas
Fixing Information
Mounting Position
Mounting Options
Surface mount with CDBB300 base Surface mount with CDBB300 base
Surface mount with CDBB300 base Surface mount with CDBB300 base
Ceiling in open areas
Surface mount with CDBB300 base
Area Coverage
100m² (subject to local standards)
100m² (subject to local standards)
50m² (subject to local standards)
50m² (subject to local standards)
50m² (subject to local standards)
System Wiring
2 Core
2 Core
2 Core
2 Core
2 Core
Light scatter principle
Light scatter principle &
Heat sensitive element
Heat sensitive element
Heat sensitive element
Operation
Detection Mode
Heat sensitive element
Heat Class
N/A
A2S
A2R
BS
CS
Alarm Temperature
N/A
60ºC
60ºC
77ºC
92ºC
360º visible LED
360º visible LED
360º visible LED
360º visible LED
360º visible LED
Operating Temperature
-20ºC to 60ºC
-20ºC to 45ºC
-20ºC to 45ºC
-20ºC to 60ºC
-20ºC to 75ºC
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
White
White
White
White
White
Dimensions Excl Base (Dia x H)
101mm x 33mm
101mm x 43mm
100mm x 43mm
101mm x 43mm
101mm x 43mm
Dimensions Incl Base (Dia x H)
101mm x 45mm
101mm x 55mm
100mm x 55mm
101mm x 55mm
101mm x 55mm
IP40
IP40
IP40
IP40
IP40
CE Marked
CE Marked
CE Marked
CE Marked
CE Marked
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Indication
Environmental
Physical
Construction
Colour
Ingress Protection
EMC
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Dimensions
Dia
D
Description
Optical
Photo-Thermal
Heat
Dia (mm)
101
101
101
D (mm)
D (mm)
(excl base) (incl base)
33
45
43
55
43
55
Installation
User Interface
1. Detectors are fixed and wired via common
mounting base.
2. Cable entry into base can be rear or side.
3. A locking facility is provided which can be
activated if required to prevent unauthorised
detector removal without the use of a special
tool.
4. Positive click mechanism incorporated to
provide clear indication when detector is
correctly located in base.
1. Red LED to indicate alarm
condition.
2. Amber LED to indicate
chamber fault/drift
compensation limit
(enhanced versions only).
3. All wiring connections are
via a common mounting
base (supplied separately).
Note:
For wiring information please see
CDBB300 Base.
Product Codes
Code
CPD321
CPT341
CFR330
CMT360
CHT390
CDBB300
MDP201
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Description
Conventional Optical Smoke Detector
Conventional Photo-Thermal Detector
Conventional Rate of Rise Heat Detector
Conventional Fixed Heat Detector (77°C)
Conventional Fixed Heat Detector (92°C)
Conventional Standard Base
Duct Probe (requires detector and base)
Conventional Product Range
Standard Base
CPD321 - Optical Detector
CDBB300 - Standard Base
CPT341 - Photo-Thermal Detector
Overview
Features
The conventional standard base (CDBB300)
has been designed for flexibility, simplicity and
speed of installation.
• Two wire connection
• Separate zone in and zone
out terminals
• Stand off fixing feature
• Accepts side entry cables
• Selectable detector locking
feature
The (CDBB300) is compatible with the Cooper
range of conventional detectors and fire
systems.
This conventional standard base incorporates
devices to provide fault warning if a detector is
removed, whilst maintaining full zone wiring
integrity.
This device has a schotty diode in series with
the negative terminals to enable fault monitoring
and allow the circuit to continue if a detector is
removed.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Common mounting base
for Cooper conventional
detectors
• Positive "lock" indication
• multiple cable entry points
• Easy to maintain/service
CFR330 / CMT360 / CHT390 - Heat Detector
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Conventional Standard Base - CDBB300
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
104
D (mm)
22
Code
CDBB300
Description
Standard Base
Physical
D
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
104mm x 22mm
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Conventional Detectors
Dia
Installation
Interface Options
1. Base incorporates a retaining clip to provide
positive feedback when detector is correctly
fitted.
2. Separate terminals are provided for zone in
and zone out connections.
3. Each terminal can accept up to 2 x 2.5mm
cables.
4. Base incorporates a substantial cable entry
aperture in the rear of the base.
5. Breakouts are provided to enable the detector
base to sit neatly over surface cables and
then enter via the rear entry aperture.
6. Base mounting incorporates a stand off
feature to help prevent distortion when
mounted on an uneven surface.
7. Fixings are suitable for standard BESA box or
direct fixing to suitable surface
8. Optional locking devices (supplied with base)
to prevent unauthorised detector removal.
1. These conventional
detectors and bases
support the use of a
remote LED
(optional extra CIR301).
Standard Connection
+ VE
+
LED
1
2
-
E
3
- VE
Product Codes
Code
CDBB300
CIR301
130
LED
4
4
Description
Conventional Standard Base
Conventional Remote Indicator
E
2
3
EOLM-1
1
end of line monitor device
+
ZONE
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panels
remote indicator (optional)
Conventional Product Range
Relay Base
CPD321 - Optical Detector
FXN520R - Relay Base
CPT341 - Photo-Thermal Detector
Overview
Features
The conventional relay base (FXN520R) has
been designed for flexibility, simplicity and
speed of installation.
• Integral sensor mounting
base
• First fix mounting plate
• Provides remote signal for
external interfacing
• 24V dc changeover relay
(no/c/nc)
The (FXN520R) is compatible with the Cooper
range of conventional detectors and fire
systems.
This conventional relay base provides a local
relay signal in the event of its host detector
being triggered, making it ideal for instigating a
local response.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Relay base for Cooper
conventional detectors
• Detector latching indication
• Local control output from
host detector
• Easy to maintain/service
CFR330 / CMT360 / CHT390 - Heat Detector
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Conventional Relay Base - FXN520R
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
102
D (mm)
40
Code
FXN520R
Description
Relay Base
Specification
D
Relay Contact Rating
1A at 24V dc
Relay Trigger Source
Detector remote LED output
Detector Locking Facility
Supplied as standard
Physical
Dia
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
102mm x 40mm
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Conventional Detectors
Installation
Interface Options
1. Relay base is supplied with a first fix fixing
plate.
2. Fixing plate has a central cable aperture.
3. Cable entry is from rear.
4. Main body is then clipped into place on base,
body locks into place when pressed into
position.
1. These conventional
detectors and bases
support the use of a
remote LED
(optional extra CIR301).
System Functionality
1. Relay is controlled by status of host detector.
2. If host detector is triggered relay activates.
Standard Connection
+ VE
+
LED
1
4
2
3
3
Relay operates only if local detector is activated
Relay returs to normal position when the panle is reset.
N/O C N/C
N/O C N/C
Product Codes
Code
FXN520R
CIR301
E
2
E
- VE
132
LED
4
Description
Conventional Relay Base
Conventional Remote Indicator
EOLM-1
1
end of line monitor device
+
ZONE
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panels
remote indicator (optional)
Conventional Product Range
Remote Indicator
CIR301 - Remote Indicator
Overview
Features
The conventional remote indicator (CIR301) is
designed to provide discreet remote
indication.
• High visibility LED
• Fits on to a standard single
gang back box
• Aesthetically pleasing
The (CIR301) is compatible with the Cooper
range of conventional detectors and fire
systems.
Benefits
This conventional remote indicator is ideal for
applications such as void spaces or outside
locked or inaccessible rooms to provide
indication of the activation of an automatic
detector.
• Quick and simple to install
• Wide viewing angle for
increased visibility
• Discreet design for
incorporation in to any
decor
• Easy to maintain/service
133
Conventional Remote Indicator - CIR301
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
87
87
30
D
Code
CIR301
Description
Remote Indicator
Environmental
H
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
W
Construction
ABS
Colour
White
Lens Colour
Red
Dimensions (H x W x D)
87mm x 87mm x 30mm
Weight
0.28kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Installation
System Functionality
CIR301
1. Mounting plate fixes to single gang back box
or can be direct fixed to wall or ceiling.
2. Cable entry is normally from rear but
breakouts are provided in side of base plate.
3. Cables connect to terminals on PCB within
base plate.
4.1 Front cover is pushed onto base plate and
locks in 4place.
1. CIR301 is connected to an
individual detector.
2. CIR301 activates if detector
is triggered.
3. LED cancels when detector
is reset.
4. Low current consumption.
+
+
1
LED
LED
4
ZONE
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panels
remote indicator (optional)
2
-
E
2
E
EOLM-1
+ VE
3
3
end of line monitor device
Standard Connection
DETECTOR
BASE
IN
- VE
+
-
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Product Codes
Code
CIR301
MIR195B
134
Description
Conventional Remote Indicator
Conventional Remote Indicator (with buzzer)
Conventional Product Range
Reflective Beam Detectors
Optional Mounting Bracket with cable clamp
facilities
MBD50R / MBD100R - Reflective Beam Detectors
Combined transmitter and receiver for ease of
installation
Overview
Features
Two versions of the conventional zone powered
reflective beam detectors are available in this
range, the (MBD50R) with a range of up to 50
metres and the (MBD100R) with a range of
50 to 100 meters.
•
•
•
•
•
Both the (MBD50R) and the (MBD100R) are
compatible with the Cooper range of
conventional fire systems.
These conventional zone powered reflective
beam detectors are extremely simple to install,
they require no separate power supply, operate
on a reflective principle and have a simple set up
mode to enable easy and quick alignment during
installation.
These units are designed to replace individual
point detectors in large open areas such as
warehouses.
Zone connected
Simple two wire connection
Reflective beam detection
No power supply required
Two ranges available
- up to 50m
- 50m to 100m
Benefits
• Quick and simple to setup
• Saves on both time and
installation costs
• Single device to install
instead of numerous point
detectors
• Single point of maintenance
• Wall mounted for ease of
maintenance, especially in
warehouses with racking
Fire and fault conditions are signalled to panel
using standard zone wiring so no additional
interconnection is required.
MAB50R / MAB100R - Reflective Beam Detector
In normal operation only one beam detector may
be connected per zone, however special
versions are available to work with external
power supply if multiple beam detectors are
required to be connected to a single zone.
135
Conventional Reflective Beam Detectors - MBD50R / MBD100R
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
210
130
120
Code
MBD50R
MBD100R
Description
Reflective Beam Detector
Reflective Beam Detector
Standards
EN54 Pt12 2002
EN54 Pt12 2002
Specification
H
D
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
Quiescent Current
< 5mA (no LED’s illuminated)
< 5mA (no LED’s illuminated)
Alarm Current
< 9mA
< 9mA
Alignment Current
< 18mA
< 18mA
20 seconds (approx)
20 seconds (approx)
5 to 50 metres
50 to 100 metres
Power up Time
W
Operating Range
Tolerance to Beam
Misalignment at 35%
Detector ± 0.8°, Prism ± 5.0°
Detector ± 0.8°, Prism ± 5.0°
Fire Alarm Thresholds
2.50dB (25%) 3.74dB (35%) 6.02dB (50%)
2.50dB (25%) 3.74dB (35%) 6.02dB (50%)
880nm
880nm
-10°C to +55°C
-10°C to +55°C
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Optical Wavelength
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
Colour
White
White
210mm 130mm x 120mm
210mm 130mm x 120mm
Weight
0.8kg
0.8kg
Ingress Protection
IP40
IP40
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Standard Connection
Installation
System Functionality
MBD50R / MBD100R
1. Must be fixed to solid structure.
2. Recommended mounting height is 0.3 to 0.6
metres below the ceiling.
3. Only 1 conventional reflective beam allowed
per control panel zone, if multiple beams per
zone required, special externally powered
version available.
4. Cables can be terminated into separate
termination box (not supplied) or use purpose
designed mounting bracket (MRBFP) ordered
separately.
5. Mounting bracket has facilities for glanding of
incoming cables plus simple fixing of beam
detector.
6. Test filter is supplied with detector to simulate
required smoke obscuration level and confirm
correct operation.
1. Beam detectors have 3 modes
• Prism targeting mode
designed to provide simple
initial alignment of beam
and reflector assembly.
• Alignment mode
Enables accurate fine
tuning of beam alignment
without the need for
additional calibration
equipment or a second
operator.
• Normal running mode
IN
to beam detector socket
ZONE
IN
+ - + Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
EOL
DEVICE
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of zone.
User Interface
1. Beam detector status LEDs
• Red LED
constantly illuminated
indicates fire condition.
• Flashing amber LED
indicates fault condition.
Interface Options
1. Conventional beam detectors
are connected directly to the
Cooper conventional panel.
Product Codes
Code
MBD50R
MBD100R
MRBFP
136
Description
Conventional Reflective Beam Detector (50m range)
Conventional Reflective Beam Detector (100m range)
Mounting Bracket
IO
ERTI
N C
F
I
C
T
Conventional Product Range
S
A
R
S
ION BO
PREVEN
AT
LPCB
D
LO
Callpoints
CX201 - Callpoint and Accessories
Overview
Features
Two versions of conventional callpoints are
available in this range, the (CX201) which can
be either surface or flush mounted and the
(CX203) which is a weatherproof version.
•
•
•
•
•
Both the (CX201) and the (CX203) are
compatible with the Cooper range of
conventional fire systems.
These conventional callpoints are attractively
designed, simple to install and are supplied as
standard with a frangible glass element and a
test key for ease of maintenance.
A comprehensive range of accessories are
available to maximise the functionality of the
callpoint for particular applications.
Fast fit clip on front cover
High visibility status LED
Wide range of accessories
Heavy duty terminals
Two models available
- Internal
- Weatherproof
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Single tool for test and
access
• Robust construction
• IP65 version available
• Easy to maintain/service
137
Conventional Callpoints - CX201 / CX203
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Code
W
CX201
CX203
Description
Surface/Flush Mount Callpoint
Weatherproof Callpoint
Standards
EN54 Pt11
EN54 Pt11
18V dc to 30V dc
18V dc to 30V dc
-10°C to +55°C
-25°C to +70°C
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Specification
Operating Voltage
H
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
D
Construction
Colour
Description
H (mm) W (mm)
Flush Mounted
87
87
Surface Mounted
87
87
Weatherproof
87
87
D (mm)
36
57
59
Red
Red
87mm x 87mm x 57mm (36mm flush)
87mm x 87mm x 59mm
Weight
0.2kg
0.2kg
Ingress Protection
IP24D
IP65
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Accessories
CX201 / CX203
1. Surface callpoint has standard rear BESA
fixing facilities. In addition, back box can
accept top or bottom surface entry cables.
Surface callpoint can also be flush mounted.
2. Callpoint has test facility via special test key
to prevent unauthorised operation.
3. Insertion of test key for test purposes and for
cover removal is at bottom of callpoint to
facilitate ease of access when mounted next
to door architrave.
4. Test key is dual function, used to test callpoint
operation by simulating activation and also to
allow removal of clip on cover to gain access
to element.
5. Element is held in place by clip on self locking
cover which can only be removed by use of a
special tool (callpoint test key).
6. Separate zone in and zone out terminals are
provided for all connections.
7. Surface/flush callpoints are IP24D,
weatherproof is IP65.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
680Ω
Installation
COMMON
Standard Connection
+ + - Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable
Semi recess bezel
Spacer plates
Hinged clear cover
Resettable plastic element
Replacement test key
Replacement glass elements
Earth continuity links
User Interface
1. To enable quick and simple installation,
callpoints use a fast fit self locking clip on
front cover which is very simple to fit, but
once in place, can only be removed by use of
a special key (supplied).
2. Callpoint is triggered by pressing against the
element.
Product Codes
Code
CX201
CX203
CXPC
MBGSP
MBGBEZ
MBGREKIT
UBSG
MBG119
MFBGKEY3
138
Description
Conventional Surface/Flush Callpoint
Conventional Weatherproof Callpoint
Protective Hinged Cover
Spacer Plates (pack of 10)
Recessing Bezels (pack of 10)
Resettable Element Kit (pack of 10)
Spare Break Glasses (pack of 5)
Earth Continuity Links (pack of 5)
Callpoint Keys (pack of 10)
IO
ERTI
N C
F
I
C
T
Conventional Product Range
S
A
R
S
ION BO
PREVEN
AT
LPCB
D
LO
Bell
CFB6D24 - Bell
Overview
Features
The conventional bell (CFB6D24) incorporates
highly efficient rotary centrifugal movements
combining high sound output with low current
consumption.
•
•
•
•
The (CFB6D24) is compatible with the Cooper
range of conventional fire systems.
Bells still remain a popular choice for many
applications such as schools where they can
sometimes be used as a signal for non fire
purposes such as class change.
High sound output
Low current consumption
Multi-fixing base plate
IP42 rated
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Can be used for non fire
applications
• Easy to maintain/service
139
Conventional Bell - CFB6D24
Technical Specification
Dimensions
D
Dia (mm)
152
D (mm)
63
Code
CFB6D24
Description
Internal 6 Inch Bell
Standards
EN54 Pt3
Specification
Dia
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Current Consumption
25mA at 24V dc
Sound Output
93-95dB(A) at 24V dc
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 93% RH
Physical
Construction
Gong-Steel/Base-Polycarbonate
Colour
Red
Dimensions (Dia x D)
152mm x 63mm
Weight
0.85kg
Ingress Protection
IP21C
Cable Entry
Rear
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Standard Connection
Installation
Device Functionality
CFB6D24
1. Multiple rear fixing options, can be fixed direct
to wall or mounted on suitable BESA box.
2. Cable entry into bell is from rear.
3. Incorporates heavy duty terminals suitable for
2.5mm cables.
1. Sound output is fixed and
determined by size of the bell.
2. Operation is driven by an
internal motor and striker
arrangement.
3. Bells are polarised and
suppressed.
- - + +
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable
Product Codes
Code
CFB6D24
140
Description
Conventional Internal 6 Inch Bell
Conventional Product Range
Flush Sounders
FX003 / FX003W - Flush Sounders
Overview
Features
Two versions of the conventional flush
sounders are available in this range, the red
(FX003) and the white (FX003W).
• Choice of colours
• Separate volume control
• Choice of tone is
determined by selection of
appropriate terminal for
negative connection
Both the (FX003) and the (FX003W) are
compatible with the Cooper range of
conventional fire systems.
These conventional flush sounders provide an
excellent combination of high sound output and
discreet appearance. Ideal for retail, hotel and
residential applications such as sheltered
housing.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Discreet low profile design
• Easy to maintain/service
141
Conventional Flush Sounders - FX003 / FX003W
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
86
86
36
W
D
Code
FX003
FX003W
Description
Flush Sounder
Flush Sounder
Standards
EN54 Pt3
EN54 Pt3
Operating Voltage
6V dc to 28V dc
6V dc to 28V dc
Current Consumption
20mA at 24V dc
20mA at 24V dc
98dB(a) (+/- 2), at 1 Metre
98dB(a) (+/- 2), at 1 Metre
-25ºC to +55ºC
-25ºC to +55ºC
0 to 95% RH
0 to 95% RH
Specification
H
Sound Output
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
ABS
ABS
Colour
Red
White
Dimensions (H x W x D)
86mm x 86mm x 36mm
86mm x 86mm x 36mm
Weight
0.3kg
0.3kg
Ingress Protection
IP20
IP20
Via separate back box
Via separate back box
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cable Entry
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
FX003 / FX003W
1. Sounder fixes to a single gang deep back box.
2. Fixing screws included.
3. Connections are to main sounder body.
4. Separate alarm line in and alarm line out
terminals are provided.
5. For surface mount applications a separate red
single gang box can be ordered separately.
1. Operates from nominal
24V dc supply and can be
connected to any suitably
rated conventional sounder
circuit.
2nd SOUND
Interface Options
1st SOUND
Installation
COMMON
Standard Connection
+ + - - - Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable.
NOTE:
Diagram shown with 1st sound connected, if 2nd sound is
required connect both negative in and negative out to the
second sound terminal.
Product Codes
Code
FX003
FX003W
142
Description
Conventional Flush Sounder (red)
Conventional Flush Sounder (white)
Conventional Product Range
Base Mountable Sounder & Sounder Beacon
MDS824 - Base Mountable Sounder / MDS824B - Base Mountable Sounder Beacon
Overview
Features
The conventional base mountable sounder
(MDS824) and the conventional base
mountable sounder beacon (MDS824B) have a
slim and aesthetically pleasing design and can
be installed as either as a discreet stand alone
sounder/sounder beacon or ceiling mounted
with a detector and base.
• Discreet appearance
• Can be used with a
detector as a sounder/
sounder beacon base
or stand alone as a
sounder/sounder beacon
• Cover plate (optional)
Both the (MDS824) and the (MDS824B) are
compatible with the Cooper range of
conventional detectors and fire systems.
Mounting with a detector and base simplifies the
installation of the system by enabling a detector
and sounder to be fixed at a single common
point.
Benefits
•
•
•
•
Quick and simple to install
Discreet low profile design
Single installation point
Can be wired as a stand
alone unit
• Easy to maintain/service
When used as a stand alone sounder or sounder
beacon the device can be either wall or ceiling
mounted and completed with an optional cover
plate (MDS824COV).
These conventional base mountable sounders
and sounder beacons are ideal for applications
such as hotel bedrooms where a detector
sounder sounder/beacon is required.
143
Base Mountable Sounder and Sounder Beacon - MDS824 / MDS824B
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
111
Dia
D (mm)
26
Code
MDS824
MDS824B
Description
Base Mountable Sounder
Base Mountable Sounder Beacon
Standards
EN54 Pt3
EN54 Pt3
Specification
D
Operating Voltage
10V dc to 28V dc
10V dc to 28V dc
Current Consumption
5mA (low) 7 ma (high) at 24V
7mA (low) 10 ma (high) at 24V
Sound Output
80/90dB(a) (+/-3), at 1 Metre
80/90dB(a) (+/-3), at 1 Metre
-10°C to +55°C
-10°C to +55°C
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
ABS
ABS
Colour
White
White
Dimensions (Dia x D)
111mm x 26mm
111mm x 26mm
Weight
0.4kg
0.4kg
Ingress Protection
IP30
IP30
Cable Entry
Rear
Rear
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
MDS824 / MDS824B
1. Sounder/beacon fixes to mounting surface.
2. Cables pass through the middle of the
sounder.
3. Sounder/beacon wiring terminates at the
sounder terminals.
4. Detector wiring terminates at normal
connections on detector base.
5. If no detector is to be fitted, a blanking plate
can be fitted instead.
1. Operates from nominal
24V dc supply and can be
connected to any suitably
rated conventional sounder
circuit.
COMMON
Interface Options
1st SOUND
Installation
2nd SOUND
Standard Connection
- - - - + +
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable
NOTE:
Diagram shown with 1st sound connected, if 2nd sound is
required connect both negative in and negative out to the
second sound terminal.
Product Codes
Code
MDS824
MDS824B
MDS824COV
144
Description
Conventional Base Mountable Sounder
Conventional Base Mountable Sounder Beacon
Blanking Plate (pack of 5)
Conventional Product Range
Low Profile Surface Sounders
FX002 / FX002W - Low Profile Surface Sounder
Overview
Features
Two versions of the conventional low profile
surface sounder are available in this range, the
red (FX002) and the white (FX002W).
• Unobtrusive low profile
design
• Pre drilled cable entries
• Choice of colour
• 32 selectable tones
Both the (FX002) and the (FX002W) are
compatible with the Cooper range of
conventional fire systems.
These conventional low profile surface sounders
have 32 different alarm tone selections and
adjustable volume levels via the internal volume
controller.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Low current, high sound
output
• Suitable for a wide range of
applications
• Automatic synchronisation
Depending on the selected tone, sound levels of
up to 105dB(A) can be achieved.
145
Conventional Low Profile Surface Sounders - FX002 / FX002W
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
93
D
D (mm)
63
Code
FX002
FX002W
Description
Low Profile Surface Sounder
Low Profile Surface Sounder
Standards
EN54 Pt3
EN54 Pt3
Operating Voltage
9V dc to 28V dc
9V dc to 28V dc
Current Consumption
16mA at 24V dc
16mA at 24V dc
105dB(a) max (+/-2) at 24V dc, at 1 meter
105dB(a) max (+/-2) at 24V dc, at 1 meter
32
32
-25°C to +70°C
-25°C to +70°C
0 to 93% RH
0 to 93% RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Specification
Sound Output
Number of Tones
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Dia
Humidity (Non Condensing)
Physical
Construction
Colour
Dimensions (Dia x D)
Weight
Red
White
93mm x 63mm
93mm x 63mm
0.24kg
0.24kg
Ingress Protection
IP54
IP54
Cable Entry
Rear
Rear
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
FX002 / FX002W
1. Supplied with simple to install first fix
mounting base.
2. Fixing and cable entry holes are pre-drilled.
3. Cable entry is from rear.
4. Connections are to main sounder body.
5. Separate in and out terminals are provided.
6. Main body is pushed into sounder base and
then twisted to lock into place.
1. Operates from nominal
24V dc supply and can be
connected to any suitably
rated conventional sounder
circuit.
2nd SOUND
Interface Options
1st SOUND
Installation
COMMON
Standard Connection
+ + - - - Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
Options
1. Choice of tone setting (set
via DIP switches can be
altered at any time).
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable.
NOTE:
Diagram shown with 1st sound connected, if 2nd sound is
required connect both negative in and negative out to the
second sound terminal.
Product Codes
Code
FX002
FX002W
FX000WP
FX000WWP
146
Description
Conventional Low Profile Surface Sounder (red)
Conventional Low Profile Surface Sounder (white)
Weatherproof Deep Base (IP65 - red)
Weatherproof Deep Base (IP65 - white)
Conventional Product Range
High Output Wall Sounder
FX007 - High Output Wall Sounder
Overview
Features
The conventional high output wall sounder
(FX007) has a maximum output of 120dB(a)
making it ideal for use in areas with high
ambient noise levels.
• High output sounder
• Choice of tones
• Variable volume setting
The (FX007) is compatible with the Cooper
range of conventional fire systems.
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• Ideal for areas with high
ambient noise
This conventional high output wall sounder is
simple to install and uses a first fix back plate
onto which the main body attaches with a self
locking press fix assembly.
147
Conventional High Output Wall Sounder - FX007
Dimensions
Technical Specification
H (mm) W (mm) D (mm)
105
105
95
D
Code
FX007
Description
High Output Wall Sounder
Standards
EN54 Pt3
Specification
H
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Current Consumption
210mA to 260mA
Sound Output
120dB(A) (+/- 2) Max at 1 Meter (tone 5)
114dB(A) (+/- 2) Max at 1 Meter (tone 3)
Environmental
W
Operating Temperature
-25°C to +70°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 95% RH
Physical
Construction
ABS
Colour
Red
Dimensions (Dia x D)
105mm x 105mm x 95mm
Weight
0.28kg
Ingress Protection
IP42
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Standard Connection
FX007
+ + - Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Installation
Interface Options
1. First fix mounting plate is fixed to wall.
2. Cable entry is from rear, or top/bottom.
3. Connections are to main sounder body.
4. Separate alarm line in and alarm line out
terminals are provided.
1. Sounder operates from
nominal 24V dc supply and
can be connected to any
suitably rated conventional
sounder circuit.
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable.
Product Codes
Code
FX007
148
Description
Conventional High Output Wall Sounder
Conventional Product Range
Low Profile Xenon Beacons
FX004R / FX004B - Low Profile Xenon Beacon
Overview
Two versions of the conventional low profile
xenon beacon are available in this range, the
red lensed (FX004R) and blue lensed (FX004B).
The (FX004R) and the (FX004B) are all
compatible with the Cooper range of
conventional fire systems.
These conventional low profile xenon beacons
are available to complement purely audible
alarms for use in areas either where people may
be present who have impaired hearing or areas
with high ambient noise levels.
Features
• Unobtrusive low profile
design
• High output xenon beacon
• Pre drilled cable entries
Benefits
• Quick and simple to install
• First fix base
• Choice of lens colour
These units feature a high performance light
source to maximise the attention attracting
potential of the device.
Due to predrilled fixing and cable entry holes
they are simple to install.
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Conventional Low Profile Xenon Beacons - FX004R / FX004B
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
93
D (mm)
72
Code
FX004R / FX004B
Description
Low Profile Xenon Beacon
Standards
EN54 Pt3
Specification
D
Dia
Operating Voltage
24V dc
Current Consumption
45mA at 24V dc
Operation
Continuous
Flash Energy
0.7J
Flash Frequency
60 per minute
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-20°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 93% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Red / White
Lens Colour
Red / Blue
Dimensions (Dia x D)
93mm x 72mm
Weight
0.2kg
Ingress Protection
IP54
Cable Entry
Rear
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper conventional Fire Systems
Standard Connection
Installation
Interface Options
FX004R / FX004B
1. Supplied with simple to install first fix
mounting base.
2. Fixing and cable entry holes are pre-drilled.
3. Cable entry is from rear.
4. Connections are to main beacon body.
5. Separate alarm line in / out terminals are
provided.
6. Main body is pushed into sounder base and
then twisted to lock into place.
1. Operates from nominal
24V dc supply and can be
connected to any suitably
rated conventional sounder
circuit.
+ + -
-
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable
Product Codes
Code
FX004R
FX004B
150
Description
Conventional Low Profile Xenon Beacon (red lens)
Conventional Low Profile Xenon Beacon (blue lens)
Conventional Product Range
Xenon Sounder Beacon
FX002CR - Xenon Sounder Beacon
Overview
Features
The conventional xenon sounder beacon
(FX002CR) is available to complement purely
audible alarms for use in areas either where
people may be present who have impaired
hearing or areas with high ambient noise
levels.
• Unobtrusive low profile
design
• High output xenon beacon
• Pre drilled cable entries
• Sounder and beacon with a
single installation point
• 32 selectable tones
The (FX002CR) is compatible with the Cooper
range of conventional fire systems.
Benefits
This conventional xenon sounder beacon has a
high light output and adjustable volume control
to maximise the attention attracting potential of
the device.
• Quick and simple to install
• Combined audio/visual
unit
• Single installation point
The key benefit of this device is that an audible
and a visual alarm are combined together and
require only a single installation point. This
greatly reduces installation time and cost and is
much less obtrusive than two separate devices.
Due to predrilled fixing and cable entry holes
they are simple to install.
151
Conventional Xenon Sounder Beacons - FX002CR
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Dia (mm)
93
D
D (mm)
92
Code
FX002CR
Description
Xenon Sounder Beacon
Standards
EN54 Pt3
Specification
Dia
Operating Voltage
18V dc to 30V dc
Current Consumption
68mA (av) 73mA (peak)
Operation
Continuous
Flash Energy
0.7J
Flash Frequency
60 per minute
Sound Output
101dB(a) max (+/-3) at 24V dc, at 1 Meter
Number of Tones
32
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-20°C to +55°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 93% RH
Physical
Construction
PC/ABS
Colour
Red
Lens Colour
Red
Dimensions (Dia x D)
93mm x 92mm
Weight
0.25kg
Ingress Protection
IP54
Cable Entry
Rear
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
FX002CR
1. Supplied with simple to install first fix
mounting base.
2. Fixing and cable entry holes are pre-drilled.
3. Cable entry is from rear.
4. Connections are to main sounder beacon
body.
5. Separate alarm line in / out terminals are
provided.
6. Main body is pushed into sounder base and
then twisted to lock into place.
7. Supply is common for sounder and beacon as
it is a single unit.
1. Operates from nominal
24V dc supply and can be
connected to any suitably
rated conventional sounder
circuit.
COMMON
Interface Options
1st SOUND
Installation
2nd SOUND
Standard Connection
- - - - + +
Compatible
Cooper Conventional
Control Panel
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Screen (Earth) must be continuous along entire length of cable.
NOTE:
Diagram shown with 1st sound connected, if 2nd sound is
required connect both negative in and negative out to the
second sound terminal.
Product Codes
Code
FX002CR
FX000WP
FX000WWP
152
Description
Conventional Xenon Sounder Beacon
Weatherproof Deep Base (IP65 - red)
Weatherproof Deep Base (IP65 - white)
Conventional Product Range
Compact Door Retainer
Floor / Wall Mounting Bracket
FX021240LC / FX02124VLC - Compact Door Retainer
Door Striker Plate
Overview
Features
Two versions of the conventional compact
door retainers are available in this range, the
mains powered (FX021240LC) and the 24V dc
(FX02124VLC).
• Mains and 24V dc versions
available
• Manual release facility
• Floor mounting bracket
(optional)
Both the (FX021240LC) and the (FX02124VLC)
are compatible with Cooper conventional fire
systems.
Benefits
These conventional compact door retainers are
competitively priced, simple to install and
discreetly styled. They are ideal for a wide range
of applications, such as nursing homes,
hospitals and busy corridors.
• Quick and simple to install
• Wide range of applications
• Slim profile unit
They enable doors to be held open under
normal conditions but automatically be released
in the event of fire alarm activation.
Compact Door Retainer showing release switch
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Conventional Compact Door Retainer - FX021240LC / FX02124VLC
Dimensions
Technical Specification
Code
W
D
D
Description
W
H
H
H (mm)
71
65
W (mm)
108
65
FX02124VLC
24V dc Powered Compact Door Retainer
Specification
Operating Voltage
Description
Magnet
Striker Plate
FX021240LC
Mains Powered Compact Door Retainer
D (mm)
44
48
230 V ac to 240 V ac
24V dc
Power Consumption
1.2 VA
40mA
Holding Force
45 kg
40 kg
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +54°C
-5°C to +40°C
Humidity (Non Condensing)
0 to 93 %RH
0 to 93 %RH
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
White
White
Environmental
Physical
Construction
Colour
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Magnet
71mm x 108mm 44mm
71mm x 108mm 44mm
Striker Plate
65mm x 65mm x 48mm
65mm x 65mm x 48mm
1.0 kg
1.0 kg
IP42
IP40
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Cooper Conventional Fire Systems
Weight
Ingress Protection
Compatibility
Suitable for use with
Standard Connection
Installation
System Functionality
FX021240LC / FX02124VLC
1. Door retainer unit and striker plate should be
fixed to a smooth surface.
2. 16mm & 20mm cable entry facilities are
provided at the top and both sides.
3. 10mm cable entry is provided at the rear
4. Fixings should be able to support at least
double the holding force of the magnet.
1. Designed to operate only with
self closing doors.
2. Door retainer is fitted to wall
or floor using floor bracket.
3. Striker plate is fitted to door.
4. Door retainer is fed with a
constant supply via an
external control device.
5. Supply energises an
electromagnet, which holds
the striker plate securely
against the magnet.
6. If supply to magnet is
interrupted, magnet
de-energises.
7. Door closes under control of
its own self closing device.
INPUT VOLTAGE
TO DOOR RETAINER
WARNING:
Do NOT use high voltage testers if ANY equipment is
connected to the system.
Product Codes
Code
FX021240LC
FX02124VLC
FX021LCFB
FASP0429
154
Description
Conventional Mains Powered Compact Door Retainer
Conventional 24V dc Compact Door Retainer
Floor Mounting Bracket for Compact Door Retainer
24V dc Power Supply
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Manufacturing and Standards
UK fire manufacturing is concentrated at the Cooper Safety Fire Systems Doncaster
site. The same site is also the centre for all other fire activity including research and
development, system design, quotations, telesales, technical support, service,
commissioning and maintenance.
The policy of concentrating all activity at a single location, provides complete
integration between all disciplines resulting in comprehensive customer support, from
system design right through to ongoing routine maintenance after the project is
completed.
The Cooper Safety Fire System Doncaster site is fully approved to BS EN ISO
9001:2001 quality standard and many products manufactured at the sites already
have or are currently undergoing independent third party approvals.
Cooper industries is highly committed to a policy of environmental responsibility, and
in line with this, the Doncaster site gained formal certification to ISO14001
environmental standard.
To ensure the safety of protected buildings, it is absolutely essential that system
components such as detectors and control panels function correctly at all times. A
substantial proportion of the Cooper Safety Fire Systems product range already
carries independent third party approvals, to demonstrate complete
compliance with relevant product standards.
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This huge investment in products standards and facilities coupled with a philosophy
and culture of continuous improvement ensures the company is perfectly positioned
to serve customers to the highest level. Cooper Safety Fire Systems are members of
the British Fire Protection Systems Association. The British Fire Protection Systems
Association is The Trade Association of manufacturers and installers of fire alarm and
fixed extinguishing systems. It is recognised as the co-ordinating body for the UK fire
systems industry and is the leading trade association in its field in Europe.
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Technical Support
Technical Department
Cooper Safety Fire Systems has a dedicated Technical Support team, staffed by
fully qualified engineers who are able to offer customers advice and guidance on a
wide variety of technical matters via telephone or e-mail.
For most technical queries, a process of systematic questioning will enable us to
diagnose the problem and advise you of the appropriate solution. Sometimes more
detailed troubleshooting and analysis methods may be used to determine the root
cause of the problem and the best way of resolving it. If necessary, the Technical
Support team can also call on the knowledge and expertise of our product
marketing, R&D and design departments to help resolve the issue.
The Technical Support team are also the first port of call if you need assistance with
product information, installation and operating instructions, options for replacement
fire systems, or the requirements of fire standards.
A dedicated Technical Support team are ready and waiting to assist with any enquiry.
Please contact: Your local Cooper office or dial +44 1302 303350 (international) - 01302 303350 (UK)
Training Courses
Training Department
To help our customers achieve a greater understanding of modern fire technology,
Cooper Safety Fire Systems offer a range of training courses geared towards
electrical contractors and specialist installers.
With the introduction of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and the changes to
the British Standards, there is now a requirement for both companies and personnel
working within the fire industry to be not only competent, but also to be able to prove
this competence through training and certification.
Cooper Safety Fire Systems are able to provide a comprehensive range of fire
product focused courses as well as a range of internally certified courses, based
around sections of the British Standards, i.e. BS5839: Pt1.
This training will ensure that you are competent to carry out the testing and maintenance of your fire
system in accordance with the latest legislation.
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Product Code
Description
1UPLATE
2UPLATE
39UECRACK
3UPLATE
6UPLATE
CAB300
CAH330
CAP320
CAPT340
CAS380
CAS381 / CAS381WP
MAB870
CASB383 / CASB383WP
CASBB384
CASC
CBG370S / CBG370WP
CDBB300
CF1000VDS
CF2000GCPD
CF3000
CF3000PRG
CF3000PRG / CF3000PRGNC
CF800PROG
CFB6D24
CFC301
CFR330
CFSFL01
CFSFL02
CGI420 / CGI420R
CHT390
CIO351 / CIO351S
CIOP4 / CIOP8
CIR301
CMIO353
CMT360
CPD321
CPT341
CSC354
CSI350
CSUM355
CTPR3000
CW500
CW9000
CWB9500
CWC950
CWD910
CWDB920
CWEXA
CWH9600
CWH9601
CWIF930
CWSB980
CX201 / CX203
CXPC
CZMU352
1 Unit Blanking Plate
2 Unit Blanking Plate
19 Inch Floor Rack Unit
3 Unit Blanking Plate
6 Unit Blanking Plate
Intelligent Addressable Standard Base
Intelligent Addressable Multi-Mode Heat Sensor
Intelligent Addressable Optical Smoke Sensor
Intelligent Addressable Photo/Thermal Sensor
Intelligent Addressable Sounder Base
Intelligent Addressable Sounder
Intelligent Addressable Loop Connected LED Beacon
Intelligent Addressable Sounder Beacon
Intelligent Addressable Sounder Beacon Base
Sounder Cover Plates (pack of 5)
Intelligent Addressable Callpoint
Conventional Detector Base
Intelligent Addressable Control Panel
Intelligent Addressable Control Panel
Intelligent Addressable Control Panel
Passive Repeater Panel
Intelligent Addressable Passive Repeater Panel
Addressable Device Programmer
Conventional Internal 6 Inch Bell
Technical I/O Unit
Conventional Rate of Rise Heat Detector
Single Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
Multi Mode Lon to Fibre Optic Adaptor
4 to 20mA Interface
Conventional Fixed Heat Detector (92°C)
3 Channel I/O Unit
Mimic Relay Board
Conventional Remote Indicator
230V ac Relay Unit
Conventional Fixed Heat Detector (77°C)
Conventional Optical Smoke Detector
Conventional Photo-Thermal Detector
4 Way Sounder Controller Unit
Spur Isolator Unit
Shop Monitor Unit
Intelligent Addressable Touch-Screen Repeater Panel
Wireless Survey Kit
Wireless Control Panel
Wireless Booster Panel
Wireless Callpoint
Wireless Sensor
Wireless Sensor Sounder Beacon
Wireless Dual External Aerials
Wireless Hybrid Panel (addressable)
Wireless Hybrid Panel (zonal)
Wireless I/O Unit
Wireless Sounder Beacon
Conventional Callpoint
Protective Hinged Cover
Zone Monitor Unit
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DF61NETKIT
EC0232 / EC0232PAVA / EC0232PAVA3D
EC200 / EC200H / EC200S
EC400
EC540
EC650
EC700
ECRACKPACK43
FASP0429 / FX1A
FC18 / FC6 / FC6-AU
FX000WP / FX000WWP
FX002 / FX002W
FX002CR
FX003 / FX003W
FX004B / FX004R
FX007
FX021240LC / FX02124VLC
FX021LCFB
FX22003300 MB
FX2200CF
FXN520R
FXRP2200CF
GRAPHPACKL
GRAPHPACKPL
LOOPCAL
LP800KIT
MAB100R / MAB50R
MAR724
MBD100R / MBD50R
MBG119
MBGBEZ
MBGREKIT
MBGSP
MCIM
MCOM / MCOM-R / MCOM-S
MDP201
MDS824 / MDS824B
MDS824COV
MFALOG
MFBGKEY3
MIR195B
MIU872
MRBFP
MRIAD
R6000L2 / R6000L4
SITEMONITOR
UBSG
USBINT2
ZPCB2222
ZPCB2252MML / ZPCB2252MSL
Network Kit (retro fit)
Lon to RS232 Adapter
Dual-channel LonWorks BMS Interface
TCP/IP Interface
Lon Network Booster
BACnet Gateway
Modbus Gateway
Pack of 4 Fixings (1 required per blanking plate)
24V dc Power Supply Unit
Fan Controller Unit
Weatherproof Deep Base
Conventional Low Profile Surface Sounder
Conventional Xenon Sounder Beacon
Conventional Flush Sounder
Conventional Low Profile Xenon Beacon
Conventional High Output Wall Sounder
Conventional Compact Door Retainer
Floor Mounting Bracket for Compact Door Retainer
Steel Back Box (for use with FX2202CF/4/8)
Conventional Control Panel
Conventional Relay Base
Conventional Repeater Panel
Graph Pack Software (Lite)
Graph Pack Software (Premium Lite)
Loop Calculator Software
Loop Tester Kit
Intelligent Addressable Reflective Beam Detector
Heavy Duty Relay Unit
Conventional Reflective Beam Detector
Earth Continuity Links (pack of 5)
Recessing Bezels (pack of 10)
Resettable Element Kit (pack of 10)
Spacer Plates (pack of 10)
Micro Single Channel Input Unit
Micro Single Channel Output Unit
Duct Probe (requires detector and base)
Conventional Base Mountable Sounder / Sounder Beacon
Blanking Plate (pack of 5)
Fire Alarm System Log Book
Callpoint Keys (pack of 10)
Conventional Remote Indicator (with buzzer)
Micro Zone Monitor Unit
Mounting Bracket
Intelligent Addressable Remote Indicator
Control Panel (rack mount)
Site Monitor Software
Spare Break Glasses (pack of 5)
USB Analogue Systems Panel Interface
Loop Splitter Unit
Mimic PCB
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Cooper Middle East
Abu Dhabi
P.O. Box 53234, Karama
Villa 4 opp. Govt. Dept. Sports
Association, Sector 2-17
Street 6 (off Delma St No. 13)
Abu Dhabi UAE
T: +971 2 446 6840
F: +971 2 446 6841
Qatar
Office No. 237, 2nd Floor Building
No. 81, 'D' Ring Road
Old Airport Area
P.O. Box 55582
Doha
Qatar
T: +974 5515 9948
Dubai
PO Box 30861
Suite 302, Building 49
Dubai Healthcare City
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
T: +971 4427 2500
F: +971 4429 8521
Saudi Arabia
P.O. Box 6315
3rd Floor Kaki Centre, Office 203
Tahlia Street (opposite IKEA)
21442 Jeddah
KSA
T: +966 2668 7703
F: +966 2663 6552
India
Cooper India Pvt. Ltd.
DLF Cyber City
Building 10A, Ground Floor
Sector 25, Gurgaon – 122002
India
T: +91 124 468 3888
Egypt
1169, Ministries Square
Sheraton Helipolis Area
Building 1, Cairo
Egypt
T: +202 2269 1134
F: +202 2269 1135
Australia
Cooper Industries Australia
P.O. Box 2577
205 – 209 Woodpark Road
Smithfield, N.S.W. 2164
Australia
T: +02 8787 2777
F: +02 9609 2342
Vietnam
Cooper Industries Vietnam
F4.1, 39 Nguyen
Thi Dieu St, ward 6
Dist. 03, Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam
T: +848 6290 9639
F: +848 6290 6549
Cooper Safety Fire Systems
Cooper Lighting and Safety Ltd
Wheatley Hall Road
Doncaster
South Yorkshire
DN2 4NB
United Kingdom
Sales
T: +44 (0)1302 303 999
F: +44 (0)1302 303 333
E: sales@cooperfire.com
Service
T: +44 (0)1302 303 352
F: +44 (0)1302 303 332
E: service@cooperfire.com
Technical and Quotations
T: +44 (0)1302 303 350
F: +44 (0)1302 303 332
E: techsupport@cooperfire.com
Export
T: +44 (0)1302 303 344
F: +44 (0)1302 303 345
E: export@cooperfire.com
www.cooperfire.com
Conditions of sale
All goods supplied are subject to the company’s general conditions of sale
which are available on request.
China
Cooper Electric (Shanghai) Co, Ltd.
3F, 9th Building, No. 6101
Longdong Avenue
East Area of Zhangjiang
High Tech Park, Pudong
Shanghai
China 201201
T: + 86 21 6891 9988
Distributor Details:
Trade Descriptions
All descriptions represent only particulars of the goods to which they apply and
do not form part of any contract. The company reserves the right to change
specification without prior notification or public announcement.
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