Hand-Held Device Programmer
®
Hand-Held Device Programmer
For SmartOne® Devices and DS Series Detectors
Effective: January 2017
K-76-227
FEATURES
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Single or sequential device addressing modes
Compact design; user-friendly
AC and battery power operation
Adjustable LCD Contrast
Integral detector base: photo, ion, thermal detectors
Adapter Base for DS Series Detectors included
Snap-in AI/AO Module Adapter for easy changeover
SLC Interface Adapter Connector—no SLC wiring
No wiring or End-of-Line resistors required (except
NC AIs)
Less than 15 seconds addressing time per device
DESCRIPTION
The Hand-Held Device Programmer (the “Programmer”) provides the system installer/service person with a convenient
means to assign device address information and test device
operation. The Programmer is designed to support all SmartOne intelligent/addressable devices and DS Series Detectors
(adapter base included).
Note:
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Prior to using the Programmer, ensure that you have
the following supplied accessories:
SLC Interface Adaptor
AC Adaptor (120V)
AI/AO Module Adaptor
4 NiMH Rechargeable AA Batteries
Storage Case
2.
To turn the Programmer off:
From the Main Menu, press <> or <> until the LCD display
reads “Power Off”; then press < E > (Enter), and the Programmer will turn off.
If you leave the Programmer idle, the Automatic Power Off feature will turn the Programmer off after the pre-set default time of
5 minutes. You can adjust the Power Off time to between 1 and
10 minutes.
OPERATION OVERVIEW
To turn the Programmer on:
1.
Press the button labeled “ON.”
LCD
Display
“ON”
Button
“Charging”
LED
Status LED
Keypad
Buttons
Verify that the green “Status” LED is lit, and the LCD display message reads “SLC Programmer.”
After approximately 4 seconds, the LCD display should
show the first Main Menu level option, “Single Addressing.”
GENERAL MENU NAVIGATION
CONNECTING TO VARIOUS SMARTONE DEVICES
General menu navigation rules include the following keypad
instructions:
1.
Press the <> and <> buttons to navigate the menu
levels.
2.
Press <E> (Enter) to enter any sub-menu from any
higher level.
3.
Press the <> button to return to a previous menu.
(The power may be ON or OFF when connecting the various
SmartOne devices.)
Smoke/Heat Detectors
Snap the detector into the detector base, orient the index
marker on the device to the five o’clock position, then rotate
clockwise.
MAIN MENU LEVEL SELECTIONS
Smoke
Detector
To access Main Menu selections, press the <> and <>
buttons until the LCD display shows the desired selection, then
press <E>. There are four Main Menu selections:
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Single Addressing - Set an address for a single device at
a time.
Sequential Addressing - Set an address range (with a
start address and end address), and give each device a
unique address within that range. Program multiple
devices quickly, and reduce the possibility of setting duplicate addresses.
Alarm Test - Test the alarm initiating responses of initiating
devices. A device that fails the Alarm Test should not be
installed.
Options - Adjust LCD settings; show current firmware version; adjust the Power-Off timer.
Detector
Base
Index
Marker
Addressable Input/Addressable Output Modules
1.
Connect the AI/AO Module Adaptor to the detector base,
orient the index marker on the device to the five o’clock
position, then rotate clockwise.
AI/AO
Module
Adaptor
2.
Insert the AI or AO module so that the terminal block faces
left. Tilt the module into the recess of the adaptor so that
the terminal block screws make contact with the springloaded probes; then snap the back of the module into the
right half of the recess.
Other Devices
Plug the SLC Interface Adaptor jack into the Programmer Connector marked “SLC OUT.” Locate terminal blocks on device
labeled “SLC” or “PC Line.” Connect one SLC Interface Adaptor
wire to Terminal “A” on the device, and the other wire to Terminal “B.”
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SUPPORTED DEVICES
SmartOne Device
Ionization Detectors
Photoelectric Detectors
Heat Detector
Addressable Contact Input Devices
Addressable Contact Output Devices
Addressable Sounder Module
Addressable AlarmLine Module
Remote Releasing Module
ORDERING INFORMATION
Part No.
Part No.
70-402001-100
70-401001-000
70-401002-000
70-401004-000
DS-PS
71-402001-100
71-401001-000
71-401002-000
71-401004-000
DS-HFS
70-404001-100
70-407008-001
70-407018-001
70-407008-002
70-408004-001
70-408014-001
70-200200-001
70-200200-002
73-100001-003
70-600000-001
70-600000-002
TROUBLE CODES
Code
Low Battery
Short Circuit on
SLC
Flash Error!
Unknown Type
Active Troubles in
Alarm
- Unassigned Type
- In Alarm
- In Pre-Alarm
- Contact Failure
- Drift Error
- Relay Fault
- Memory Fault
- Alarm Fault
- Device Test Mode
Meaning
Batteries need recharging or
replacing
Flying leads shorted, or internal short
on device under test
Programmer’s Internal Memory
failure*
Programmer does not support
device*
Normally Closed Addressable Contact Input Device P/N 70-407008-002
requires that input terminal blocks
SWA and SWB be jumpered
together before addressing.
Internal fault on device being tested*
* Remove the device and allow the Programmer to clear.
Then re-attach the device being tested. If the device fails
again, do not install the device.
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Description
70-600000-100
SmartOne Hand-Held Device Programmer (complete unit)
Contents include the following:
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SLC Interface Adaptor
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AC Adaptor (120 V)
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AI/AO Module Adaptor
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4 NiMH Rechargeable AA Batteries
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Storage Case
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Includes one (1) DS Series
Detector Programming Adapter
70-600000-101
SmartOne Hand-Held Device Programmer—
only with SLC Interface Adaptor
and Quick Reference Guide.
(Does NOT include other Adaptors, Batteries, or Storage Case.)
06-220197-001
Accessory Kit—contents include the
following:
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SLC Interface Adaptor
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AC Adaptor (120V)
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AI/AO Module Adaptor
06-118577-001
AC Adaptor (240V)
70-600000-110
DS Series Detector Programming
Adapter
CONNECTING TO DS SERIES DETECTORS
A fixture that allows DS-PS and DS-HFS detectors to be programmed via the SmartOne Hand-Held Programmer is
included with the programmer or available as a separate part number. The adapter is a base with an attached wire and
jack which plugs directly into the programmer. It does not mount onto the programmer. The DS Series detector head is
then attached to the connected base for programming.
SLC Interface Adaptor
Jack Plug
SLC Out Adapter
Connector
DS Series Detector
Programming Adapter
DS Series Detector
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SmartOne is a registered trademark of Kidde-Fenwal, Inc.
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This literature is provided for informational purposes only. Kidde-Fenwal believes this data to be accurate, but it is published and
presented without any guarantee or warranty whatsoever. Kidde-Fenwal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for the product’s suitability for a particular application. The product must be properly applied to work correctly.If you need more information on this product,
or if you have a particular problem or question, contact Kidde-Fenwal, Inc., Ashland, MA 01721 USA.
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© 2017 Kidde-Fenwal Inc.
400 Main Street
Ashland, MA 01721 USA
Tel: 508.881.2000
www.kiddefiresystems.com
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