Vigilon panel
Installation instructions
Vigilon panel
based Fire detection and alarm system
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Contents
Contents
Notes
Installation
Second fix
Fixture and fittings
As fitted drawings
Cable type and routing
Fire sensor covers
Earth continuity
Power supply
Mains supply
Local Manual Call Point
EN54 information
Optional functions with requirements
of European standard
System wiring
Cable separation
Lightning protection
Cables
Requirements of cables
Mains Supply cable
Repeat indicator to panel cable
Loop cables
Enhanced loop cables
Standard loop cables
2.5mm² Loop cable
Network cables
Enhanced Network cables
Standard Network cables
Loop circuit design
Loop Card
Post October 2013 Loop Card
Condition of use
Battery Standby and Loop load
calculator tool
Loop Cable length
Loop device load and length
calculations for 2Km loop card
What are Lumped and Distributed
alarm device loads?
Distributed alarm device load
Lumped alarm device load
Vigilon Loop Diagnostic tool
Typical Vigilon System
Vigilon panel
Features
Technical data
Control panel
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Batteries and Battery Box
Power supply
Panel installation
Mounting & cable entry points
Semi-Flush fixing the control panel
Battery box for VIG1-72 panel
19 inch Rack mounting frames
Wiring the battery box
Cable termination on enclosure
Wiring tests
Mains & battery supply cables
Mains supply
Terminals for external circuits
Device loop circuits
Master alarm circuits
Clean contacts
Auxiliary relay circuits
RS232 / RS485 Communication
Connecting a Remote printer
Network of systems
Network connections
Copper network connections
Network wiring
Fibre network connections
Network cable screen continuity
How to minimise cross talk
Domain Bridge across Networks
Methods of domain bridging
Star connection
Fibre Optic Domain bridge using
FO Network DOM card
RS232 Domain bridge using
Domain IO card
Domain bridge using NPORT module
Modem Domain bridge
On completion of wiring installation
S-Quad Sensors
Siting
Do’s and Don’t
Metal back box
In - Out wiring to S-Quad bases
Programmable input/output
Tools for S-Quad
Vigilon panel parts
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Vigilon fire system
Preface
Abbreviations
This is the forth issue of the Installation
instructions for the Vigilon 4-6 loop panel
having the 2Km loop cards. It covers the
approval of 60hz mains frequency, battery
charge current data and fire alarm routing
options.
ac
Alternating current
dc
Direct current
EOL
End of line
ESD
Electrostatic discharge
FARE
Fire Alarm Routing Equipment
These instructions must be read in
conjunction with BS 5839 : Part 1,
which is the Code of Practice for
design, installation, commissioning and
maintenance of systems in non-domestic
premises.
FPE
Fire Protection Equipment
I/F
Interface
IO or
I/O
Input Output
IP
Ingress protection
Associated Documents
LCD
Liquid crystal display
Vigilon panel based system Operating instructions
LED
Light emitting diode
LPCB
Loss prevention council
certification board
MCC
Master control card (CARD 0)
MCP
Manual call point
MICC
Mineral insulated copper cable
N/C
Normally closed
N/O
Normally open
OC or
O/C
Open circuit
PCB
Printed circuit board
PSU
Power supply unit
QB
Quick blow (fuse)
SC or
S/C
Short circuit
T
Anti-surge (fuse)
Log book
Conventions
This is a note to highlight
important text that is
normally hidden in the
main text.
This is either a caution
to prevent damage to the
equipment or a warning
to inform of dangerous
conditions that may result
in injury or death.
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Installation
Notes
As fitted drawings
The power-up of the control panel
and commissioning of the system is
done by the Servicing organisation.
Installation
It is recommended that the installer follow
the general requirements of
BS 5839 : Part 1 : 2013, which is the code
of practice relating to fire detection and
alarm systems for buildings. The installer
must follow the relevant parts of
BS 7671 : 2008 Requirements for
Electrical installations, IEE wiring
regulations 17th edition if installation is in
the United Kingdom.
Second fix
To prevent the possibility of damage
or dirt degrading the performance
or appearance of the products, the
installation of second fix items should be
delayed until all major building work in the
area is complete.
The installation of all
outstanding parts and the
panel power up is usually
carried out during system
commissioning.
Fixture and fittings
It is the installers responsibility to provide
adequate fixtures and fittings for the type
of construction surface onto which a
product is to be installed, whilst utilising
the fixing points on the respective
product. As an aid to this decision, the
weight and overall size of each full
assembly together with implications on
cable entries and routing should be taken
into consideration.
All these procedures
assume that the cable,
gland, steel box (BESA
box) and other related
accessories are provided
by the installer.
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The installer should acquire site specific
information from the interested parties,
for details on the location of products
for installation. The acquired information
together with this guide and the relevant
standards should be used to assist the
work.
Each product assembly can be identified
from its package label. The contents of
all packages should be checked for any
discrepancies.
Cable type and routing
Appropriate attention must be given
to ensure the correct cable type is
installed in accordance with ‘as fitted
drawings’, site specific information and
recommendations of
BS 5839 Part 1 : 2013. The cables must
be installed using cable manufacturers
recommended fixing and accessories.
Fire sensor covers
Each fire sensor may be supplied with a
plastic dust cover. If supplied, the cover
must be fitted to prevent dust and dirt
from the building work contaminating the
fire sensor.
Vigilon fire system
Earth continuity
Local Manual Call Point
All earth connection points should
be clean to provide a good electrical
conductivity path. To maintain the earth
continuity: all earth leads and fittings
provided should be installed. The loop
cable screen must be continued through
each system device on the loop circuit,
whether the earth is connected to the
device or not.
To comply with the requirements of
EN54-2 : 1997 a conventional manual call
point must be installed near the Control
panel. The call point must be wired to a
monitored line input of an interface unit.
During commissioning of the system a
Command Build No 250 associated with
the monitored line input must be set up to
evacuate all sectors without delay.
Do not use any part of
building structure for
earthing.
Some of the system products having
metal enclosures have a zinc coating
around the cable termination points,
the coating provides a good electrical
conductivity path for cable earth
termination. The zinc coating on metal
enclosures should not be damaged. Any
damage will expose bare metal, which
can corrode and make a poor earth
connection.
Failure to install and
configure a local manual
call point in the manner
described above when
delays are set up on the
system will result in the
panel not complying to
EN54-2 : 1997.
Power supply
The power to the system is derived from
the mains and battery supplies. Before
removal of a card or disconnection of
cable from the panel ensure both mains
and battery supplies are disconnected.
Mains supply
Mains supply to any fire alarm control
and indicating equipment must be via
an unswitched 5A fused spur unit. A
disconnect device must be provided to
disconnect both poles and must have a
minimum gap of 3mm. The disconnect
device should be available as part of the
building installation and must be easily
accessible after installation is complete.
All mains powered
equipment must be
earthed.
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Local Manual Call Point
EN54 information
Optional functions with requirements of European standard
The Control panel complies with the requirements of EN54-2 : 1997. In addition to
the basic requirements of the standard the panel conforms to the following optional
clauses:
Clause
Description
7.8
Output to fire alarm devices
7.9
Control of Fire Alarm Routing Equipment FARE
(options with requirements) sub clause:
7.9.1 Output to FARE
7.10
Output to Fire Protection Equipment FPE
(options with requirements) sub clause:
7.10.1 Output Type A
7.11
Delays to action outputs
7.12
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal
(options with requirements) sub clause:
7.12.3 Type C dependency
8.3
Fault signals from point
9.5
Disablement of each addressable point
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Test condition
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Vigilon fire system
System wiring
If instructed, the installer may need to terminate as well as connect the cables to the
appropriate terminal blocks.
Cable separation
Where the outgoing and return cables of a loop circuit covers more than the equivalent
of one zone they must not run together, for example, either close to the Control Panel
or in a service duct. There should be as much physical separation as possible between
the cables and the mechanical protection of the cable should be to a particularly high
standard. This is to minimise the risk of accidental damage to both cables.
Lightning protection
Where a loop cable is mounted to an external wall or between two buildings then
consideration should be given to the use of lightning protection devices.
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Other loop devices
There must be a good earth
connection to the voltage surge
protection device.
1
Fire
15:45
Fault
230V ac
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
3
Vigilon
Control
Panel
Secure
Network
1
4
230V ac
3
System Fault
Delay
Loop voltage
surge protection
2
2
Input Output line
voltage surge
protection
2
1
Mains
powered
interface
15:45
Healthy
Verify
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Vigilon
Control
Panel
2
3
4
Other loop devices
Fire
Fault
1
Zone circuit
Sounder circuit
4
Power Fault
Loop
powered
interface
Mains 230Vac
voltage surge
protection
Network
voltage surge
protection
230V ac
3
2
Zone circuit
Sounder circuit
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Requirements of cables
Cables
Requirements of cables
The British Standard
BS 5839 Part 1 : 2013 Code of
practice for system design, installation,
commissioning and maintenance states
the requirements for standard and fire
resisting cables in Clause 26.2 section
d & e. “d) Standard fire resisting cables
should meet PH 30 classification when
tested in accordance with EN50200 and
maintain circuit integrity if exposed to the
following test:
- a sample of the cable is simultaneously
exposed to flame at a temperature of
830ºC - 0+40ºC and mechanical shock
for 15min, followed by simultaneous
exposure to water spray and mechanical
shock for a further 15min.
e) Enhanced fire resisting cables should
meet the PH120 classification when
tested in accordance with EN 50200 and
maintain circuit integrity if exposed to the
following test:
- a single sample of the cable is
simultaneously exposed to flame at a
temperature of 930ºC - 0+40ºC and
mechanical shock for a period of 60min,
followed by simultaneous exposure to
water spray and mechanical shock for a
further 60min.”
The cables listed in this manual are
those that have been tested/assessed
for EMC compliance with the system
products.
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Mains Supply cable
The mains supply cable must be a
standard fire resisting type and should
meet PH30 classification, such as
standard or enhanced cable.
Repeat indicator to panel cable
A maximum of 1Km cable distance is
allowed between Control Panel and
Repeat indicator panel
 Belden No. 9842 EIA RS485
Applications, O/A Beldfoil® Braid
having two twisted pairs
Vigilon fire system
Loop cables
There is a maximum limit
of 2Km loop cable usage
allowed per loop circuit.
This maximum limit is the
sum of the cable used on
main loop circuit, spurs
off main loop circuit, plus
cable runs to all input
/ output lines off loop
powered interface units
installed on the same loop.
There is a further
maximum limit of 100m
cable run allowed per
input/output line off loop
powered interface unit.
The device loop cable carries both data
and power, therefore its selection is
important. Note the following:
 In countries where the European
EMC directive is in force, only EMC
Compliant cables are to be used.
 The loop cable usage must not
exceed 2Km. This includes the cable
used on main loop and spur circuits.
 Single pair cable must be used. It is
NOT permissible to run mixed loops
or outgoing and return pairs in a
multi core cable, due to inadequate
separation and possible electrical
interference problems.
 Each core of the loop cable must be
1.5mm2 cross section area.
 the cable screen must be capable of
being earthed at each system device
(outstation).
 Red is the preferred cover sheath for
fire applications.
 The specified loop circuit cables are
also suitable for wiring master alarm,
auxiliary relay, input/output lines and
mains supply.
Enhanced loop cables
Approved cables for loop wiring
(EMC Compliant)
 Draka Firetuf FT120 Enhanced FTPLUS2EH1.5RD
(formally Firetuf FT Plus)
 Datwyler Pyrofil Enhanced
 Mineral insulated cable (MICC) to
BS6207:Part 1
 Prysmian (formally Pirelli) FP PLUS *
Standard loop cables
Approved cables for loop wiring
(EMC Compliant)
 AEI Cables FIRETEC *
 Alcatel cable PYROLON E *
distributed by Winstonlead
 BICC Pyrotenax FLAMESIL FRC *
 Cavicel SpA FIRECEL SR 114H *
distributed by Cables Britain
 Datwyler Pyrofil Standard *
(previously LIFELINE)
 Draka Firetuf EMC Standard 1.5mm2
FTEMC2EH1.5RDR
 Draka Firetuf FTES2EH1.5 (previously
FTZ2E1.5 FIRETUF OHLS *) fire
resistant data cable
 Huber & Suhner RADOX FR *
 Prysmian (formally Pirelli)
FP200 FLEX *
 Prysmian (formally Pirelli)
FP200 GOLD *
 Raydex CDT FG950 *
2.5mm² Loop cable (2.5Km loop)
The cable reference for
a 2.5mm2 loop cable is
similar to 1.5mm2 cable,
for example the cable
referece for a Draka Firetuf
1.5mm2 is FTPLUS2EH1.5
and for a 2.5mm2 it is
FTPLUS2EH2.5, consult
cable supplier.
For cables marked with an * see note on
the next page.
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Network cables
The cables marked * utilise
laminated aluminium tape with a
tinned drain wire for electrostatic
screening. Under certain
environmental conditions galvanic
action may take place between
the aluminium and the drain wire.
This will severely degrade EMC
performance as the foil to drain wire
impedance will increase. Armoured
variants of these can also be used
for wiring a loop circuit.
Network cables
Enhanced Network cables
Approved cables for network wiring
(EMC Compliant)
 Draka Firetuf FT120 Enhanced
FTPLUS3EH1.5
(Previously Firetuf FT Plus)
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 Cores, each having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
 Fireshield Enhanced FSN G2000
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 Cores (1 pair + 1) and earth
 each core having 1mm2 cross
section area
 Mineral insulated copper cable
800m maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance.
 BS6207: Part 1
 3 parallel cores
 having continuous metal sheath
encapsulating
 each core having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
 a red cover sheath (preferred for
alarm applications)
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 Prysmian (formally Pirelli) FP Plus*
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 Cores each having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
Standard Network cables
Approved cables for network wiring
(EMC Compliant)
 Belden Armoured equivalent
This cable being a two pair cable
to BS5308:Part 1 (type 2) 0.5mm2
(16/0.2mm).
600m maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance.
 Belden No 9729 (UL Style 2493)
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 2 twisted pairs
 Each pair individually screened
24AWG (7 strands x 32 AWG)
 Capacitance between conductors
39.4pF/m at 1kHz
 Capacitance conductor to screen
72.2pF/m at 1kHz
 Temperature range -30oC to +60oC
 Belden No. 9842 EIA RS485
Applications, O/A Beldfoil® Braid
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
Must have following characteristics:
 2 twisted pairs
 24AWG (7 strands x 32 AWG)
conductors
 Characteristic impedance 120ohms
 Capacitance between conductors 42pF/m at 1kHz
 Capacitance conductor to screen 75.5pF/m at 1kHz
Standard network cables continued on
the next page.
Vigilon fire system
 Belden TR No. 89729
(Teflon jacketed)
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 2 twisted pairs
 Each pair individually screened
24AWG (7 strands x 32 AWG)
 Capacitance between conductors
39.4pF/m at 1kHz
 Capacitance - conductor to screen
72.2pF/m at 1kHz
 Temperature range up to 200oC
 Datwyler PYROFIL 8750-U/R*
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 4 cores
 each core having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
 Delta Crompton Firetuf FDZ1000*
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 cores
 Prysmian (formally Pirelli)
FP200 Flex*
800m maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 Cores, each having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
 Prysmian (formally Pirelli)
FP200 Gold*
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 Cores
 each core having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
 Prysmian (formally Pirelli)
FP 400 Armoured
800m maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 4 Cores, each stranded 1.5mm2
cross section area
 Doncaster Cables Firesure Plus*
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 4 Cores (2- pair plus earth)
 each core having 1.5mm2 cross
section area
 Huber & Schner Radox series FR
communication cable*
1.2Km maximum Panel to Panel or
Panel to Network node cable distance
 3 cores twisted triad screened
 1.5mm2 (7/0.42 stranded)
conductors
 Nominal impedance 200 ohms
(1KHz)
 Capacitance - conductors 110pF/m
(1KHz)
 Capacitance - screen to core
210pF/m (1KHz)
 Fire resistance tested to BS6387
category CWZ and IEC 331.
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Post March 2014 Loop Card
Loop circuit design
It is important that redundancy is built into the system to
accommodate for future expansions and change of area usage in the
protected premises.
The number of devices on a loop circuit can be limited by the total number of
addresses available, the electrical load on the circuit, the maximum cable length and
other geographical considerations.
 A loop circuit must not cover more than 10,000m2 of floor area of a protected site
 In total a maximum of 200 devices are allowed per loop circuit.
Loop Card
Post March 2014 Loop Card
The panel is supplied with one Post March 2014 Loop Card (VIG-LPC-EN). If more
than one loop is required then acquire additional card for each additional loop.
Condition of use
The Loop Card (VIG-LPC-EN) must never be fitted as a replacement
card in a Vigilon panel where 3400 devices are installed on its loop
circuits.
 Up to 2Km loop length is possible with S4 and S3 Mark 2 devices installed on a
loop circuit. In this case a rough method for calculating the loop load and loop cable
length is shown in the leaflet for the loop card. For a precise loop load and battery
standby calculation use the ‘Battery Standby and Loop load calculator’ tool.
 Up to 1Km loop length is possible with 34000 devices or a mix of 34000, S4 and S3
devices installed on a loop circuit. Again for precise loop load and battery standby
calculation use the ‘Battery Standby and Loop load calculator’ tool.
Battery Standby and Loop load calculator tool
The ‘Battery standby and loop load calculator’ tool can be downloaded from
www.gentexpert.co.uk website by registered users.
Loop Cable length
The loop cable length is defined as the sum of the length of cable used on the main
loop plus that used on all the spur circuits off the main loop having system devices.
Loop device load and length calculations for 2Km loop card
There can be up to 200 devices on a loop cable of up to 2Km length when using
Loop Card (VIG-LPC-EN), where both device count and cable length are dictated by
the number of alarm devices on the loop and how they are positioned, distributed or
lumped together.
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Vigilon fire system
What are Lumped and Distributed alarm device loads?
Example of Lumped alarm device load
AV
S
3
Where 35% of the alarm devices
lumped together in 1/4 segment A ,
B
AV
AV
4
S
B
are
, C or
4
D
of a loop.
C
AV
4
S
4
4
S
S
AV
4
S
AV
S
3
4
S
AV
4
S
AV
4
S
S
3
4
S
AV
4
S
3
S
AV
4
S
S
S
3
3
4
4
S
S
AV
S
4
4
AV
3
S
AV
S
3
This example
shows lumped devices
along cable length D .
- Audio Visual S4 and S3 devices
4
S
- S4 Sensor only devices
AV
4
S
3
D
AV
4
S
AV
AV
4
S
4
S
S
3
3
AV
AV
4
S
S
Vigilon
Control Panel
AV
4
S
AV
A
S
AV
S
AV
4
S
key:
AV
S
4
S
4
AV
4
S
4
S
S
4
S
3
AV
Distributed alarm devices S3 S are evenly
spaced along the entire length of the loop cable
from end to end.
AV
4
S
AV
4
S
Example of Distributed alarm device load
Vigilon
Control Panel
- Other system devices
Distributed alarm device load
Where the alarm load is distributed along the entire length of the loop using:
 1.5mm² cable, the loop length can be up to 2Km with up to 200 devices
 2.5mm² cable, the loop length can be up to 2.5Km with up to 200 devices.
Lumped alarm device load
If the alarm devices are lumped together on a loop circuit then there is a trade off
between the number of alarm devices and loop cable length possible, see also loop
card leaflet which can be downloaded by registered users from www.gentexpert.co.uk.
Vigilon Loop Diagnostic tool
The Vigilon Loop Diagnostic Tool can be used to diagnose loop circuits driven by Post
March 2014 Loop Cards (VIG-LPC-EN) fitted in the panel.
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Typical Vigilon System
Typical Vigilon System
The loop allows wiring of addressable devices like fire sensors, alarm sounders, call
points, interface units, mimic and repeat panels, a combined maximum of up to 200
devices are allowed per loop circuit, a further limit on a loop circuit is determined by
device loading.
Conventional
Sounders on
(Two master
alarm circuits)
400mA per circuit
Clean
contacts rated
1A @ 24Vdc
Fire /Fault
Two auxiliary relays
contacts rated 1A @ 24Vdc
Port 1 (RS485)
Fire
Fault
15:45
Healthy
Power Fault
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Port 0 (RS232)
Verify
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Optional Loop circuits 2 to 4/6
Power
Test
Next
Previous
Disablement
EN Vigilon
Control Panel
Loop circuit 1
S4
i/o
230V ac
Mimic Panel
230V ac
4
S
S4
S3
Battery box
(needed for
VIG1-72 only)
230V ac
Spur
Repeat Panel
S4
T
Panel healthy
S
Magnetic door
release
S4
L
Fire Routing O/P
Active
4
S4
S4
o~
230V ac
T
Tx
S4
Rx
S
4
3
Conventional 2-wire
system equipment
Output to control plant
S4
ASD
Addressable System Devices
S
230V ac / 24V dc
S4
i
15:45
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
S
Conventional 2-wire
system equipment
(eg 7800 detectors)
S4
MP
3
Fault/Dis
Input output signals
may be used to control
and monitor:
Plant equipment
Building management system
FAAST
Conventional Products off
interface inputs
- S-Quad
Sensor Speech Sounder &
VAD/Strobe
S4
i/o
- S4 4-Input/Output
loop powered interface
- Magnetic door release
- S-Cubed
Voice enhanced Speech,
Sounder, Strobe Unit
S4
i
- S4 1-Input
loop powered interface
- Conventional Fire Detector
S4
o
- S4 1-Output + Confirmation
input loop powered interface
- End of Line Unit
- Manual Call Point
- T Breaker
S4
o~
- S4 Mains switching output
loop powered interface
- Alarm sounder
- Manual Call Point
4
T
Tx
Rx
- Beam sensor
Transmitter and receiver
S4
MP
- S4 - Input/Output
mains powered interface unit
S4
- S4 - Input/Output
ASD interface unit
ASD
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LED off S sensor
L
- Remote LED
Vigilon fire system
Vigilon panel
Features
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
The Vigilon panels
(VIG1-24 or VIG1-72)
are analogue
addressable fire alarm
panel designed to the
requirements of
EN54-2 : 1997 and
042bc
EN54-4 : 1997
The panels can
accommodate up to 4 or 6 loop circuits for
the connection of Vigilon range of
analogue and addressable devices. The
panels have integral mains derived power
supply. The VIG1-24 panel has integral
batteries and the VIG1-72 panel have
batteries fitted in a separate enclosure for
extended standby supply. The batteries
supply standby power in the event of
mains power failure. A lockable front door
prevents unauthorised access to fire
alarm controls but allows all of the
indicators to be seen. The panels have
integral zonal indicators to provide zone
fire or fault indications. Two push button
controls are located on the front door
below the display that enable Fire
messages to be scrolled in the event of
multiple fires. The panels are designed for
surface or semi-flush mounting with rear
and top cable entry points.
 Analogue addressable fire detection
and alarm control
 Supports up to four or six loop circuits
per panel
 Up to 200 addressable devices can be
connected to a loop circuit. Devices
like sensors, MCPs and interface units
etc.
 Two master alarm circuits
 Optional RS485 to connect to a
Repeat Indicator panel
 Optional RS232 to connect to another
control panel (domain bridge) or
external printer
 USB for commissioning tool
connection
 Two sets of auxiliary relay change
over contacts configurable to operate
with fire, fault or disablement event
 One set of clean voltage-free change
over contacts that operates with fire
events
 Standby supply to power the system
during mains failure
 LCD alphanumeric display with back
light to show event information
 Integral 32 zone LED indicators (with
First fire steady / flashing or disable
integral zone indication’s options)
 LED lights for event indication
 Local buzzer gives audible sound to
announce events
 Push button for essential controls and
menu options
 Four programmable control buttons
(U1 to U4)
 Fire Alarm Routing Active and Fault/
Disable LED indications
 A remote battery box (for VIG1-72
panel only)
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Technical data
Technical data
Control panel
Standard
Designed to EN54-2:1997 + A1:2006 (and include optional clauses
7.8, 7.9, 7.9.1, 7.10, 7.10.1, 7.11, 7.12.3, 8.3, 9.5 and 10)
Approval
LPCB approved
Panel dimensions in mm
with outer door
height 543 x width 406 x depth 172
Panel weight
VIG1-24 10.2Kg approximately + 2 batteries
12V 21Ah battery - weight 6Kg each
VIG1-72
Battery box#
# with 4 batteries
# with 8 batteries
10.2Kg
7.2Kg
31.2Kg
55.2Kg
Storage temperature
-10ºC to +55ºC
Operating temperature
-5ºC to +40ºC
Relative Humidity
up to 90% (Non condensing) Temperature +5ºC to +40°C
Emission
BS EN 6100-6-3 : 2001 Residential, Commercial & Light Industry
Class B limits
Immunity
BS EN50130-4 : 1996 Alarm systems: Electromagnetic compatibility
Product family standard: Immunity requirements for components of
fire, intruder and social alarm systems
Ingress Protection
IP30
Colour
Door: Grey (Pantone 422) Backbox: Graphite Grey (RAL 7024)
Loops
The panel is supplied with a loop card for 1 loop circuit. It can
support up to 4/6 Loop circuits, using optional loop cards.
Network
Two types of network cards are available for secure network
connection:
Fibre Optics - 2Km maximum
Copper (RS485) - 1.2Km maximum
RS232 and RS485
connections
The panel will require an optional IO Card to facilitate RS232 for
connections for domain bridging and remote printer. The maximum
cable length allowed for RS232 is 15m.
The panel has an RS485 port to accept the Repeat Indicator panels.
The Commissioning tool can be connected to the panel via the
USB port on the Master Control Card.
Devices per loop
A maximum of 200 addressable devices per loop circuit.
Device labels
Each device can be given a
32 character label for identification. Each MCP is restricted to
28 character label.
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Vigilon fire system
Plug in Card slots
MCC / LCC -P1
IOC / N/W -P2
Loop 1 - P3
Loop 2 - P4
Loop 3 - P5
Loop 4 - P6
Loop 5#, IOC / N/W-P7
Loop 6#, IOC / N/W -P8
Master Control card - supplied
Input Output card / Network card
Loop card - supplied
Loop card option
Loop card option
Loop card option
Loop card#, Input Output card or Network card
Loop card#, Input Output card or Network card
# - for VIG1-72 only
Clean contacts
1 set of voltage free change over contacts rated 1A @ 24Vdc, active
with master alarms
Auxiliary relays
Voltage-free contacts rated 1A @ 24Vdc,
Aux relay 1 2 sets of change over contacts configured to operate immediately on
a Fire event. The relay is normally de-energised
Aux relay 2
2 set of change over contacts configured to operate immediately on
a Fault event. The relay is normally energised
The relays can be re-configured to operate with Fire, Fault or
Disablement event, with a maximum delay of up to 10 minutes and
can operate in a normally energised or de-energised state.
Master alarm circuits
voltage and current,
protection fuses
2 - (24 volts nominal)
400 mA max per circuit
MA1 - fuse 1A FS1
MA2 - fuse 1A FS2
(20 x 5mm) on Terminal card.
RS232 and RS485
connections
The panel will require an optional standard IO Card to facilitate
RS232 for connections for domain bridging and remote printer. The
maximum cable length allowed for RS232 is 15m.
The panel has an RS485 port to accept the Repeat Indicator panels.
The Commissioning tool can be connected to the panel via the
USB port on the Master Control Card.
Display
Display - 8 lines by 40 character per line, back-lit, (Black characters
on green background, liquid crystal display)
Internal sounder
Announces Fire & Fault events, plus give key-press confirmation
beep.
Indicators
Fire (red) 32, Zones (red) hidden till lit, Verify (amber),
FARE Active (red), FARE Fault/Dis (amber), Power (green), Fault
(amber), Disablement (amber), System fault (amber), Power fault
(amber), Sounder (amber), Test (amber) and Delay (amber)
Controls (with door
closed) Access level 1
Next and Previous buttons operable during Fire condition only
Controls (with door
open)Access level 2a
Sound Alarms, Silence Alarms, Reset, Cancel Buzzer, Verify, F1-F4
keys, Menu On/Off key, QWERTY key board, U1-U4 keys available if
configured to perform site specific actions by triggering of command
builds 251, 252, 253 and 254.
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Technical data
Access level 2b
Customer (Customer PIN)
Access as level 2a plus access to complete level 2 menu
commands.
Access level 3
Engineering (Engineers PIN)
Access as level 2b plus access to all level 3 menu commands.
Menus
[Control], [Setup], [Information] and [Test Engineering] menus.
Logs
Active Logs: Fire, Fault and Disablement
Historic log: All events
Event logs: Fault, Disablement, Warning, Supervisory, Exceptions
and Historic fires. (up to 255 events)
Fire Log (up to 100 events)
Printer
The integral printer if fitted operates when the outer door is open.
The ‘printer menu’ include: ON, OFF, Line feed and Test print
controls. An optional remote printer can be connected to the panel.
Batteries and Battery Box
The batteries provide 24/72 hour standby supply plus power to alarm load for
30 minutes. The ‘Battery Standby and Loop Load Calculator’ tool can be used to
determine the load on the loop to achieve the standby power in the event of mains
failure. The battery box is only used with the VIG1-72 panel and can be installed in
a remote location up to 10m cable distance away from the control panel when using
1.5mm2 MICC. When using 2.5mm2 MICC then the cable length can be increased to
15m.
Battery box dimensions in mm
height 437 x width 421 x depth 174
Terminals
Accept cable size of up to 2.5mm2
Battery box weight (including
batteries)
31.2Kg with 4 batteries
55.2Kg with 8 batteries
1 x 12V 21Ah battery weight is 6Kg
Battery
VIG1-24
Batteries installed in the panel
2 x Powersonic 12V 21Ahr - (supplied)
Model number PG12V21 B
VIG1-72 Batteries installed in a battery box
4 x Powersonic 12V 21Ahr - (supplied)
Model number PG12V21 B
The battery box can optionally accommodate up to
8 x Powersonic 12V 21Ah
Temperature monitoring
Inside the VIG1-24 panel and in the battery box for
VIG1-72 panel - for automatic adjustment of battery
charge voltage with change in temperature.
Always use the recommended replacement batteries, as there is
a risk of an explosion if incorrect battery is used. Dispose of used
batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Vigilon fire system
Power supply
Standard
Designed to EN54-4 : 1997 + A1:2002 and A2:2006
Mains supply voltage and
fuses
230V -15% +10% 50Hz/60Hz
protected by: FS3 T3.15AH250V Ceramic (20 x 5 mm) on PSU
Input current - 1.4A
Nominal supply voltage for
master alarm circuits
24V +1V, -4V
Battery circuit(s)
Terminals to connect to internally or externally housed
batteries. Batteries reach fully charged state in 72Hr for
VIG1-24 and VIG1-72.
Battery current with mains
disconnected
VIG1-24 - 6.2A max.
VIG1-72 - 6.2A max. over two battery sets
Light indications
To show the status of PSU
PSU Fuses
FS6 T3.15A Ceramic
FS2 F3.15A Glass
FS1 F10A Ceramic for VIG1-72 only
FS7 F6.3A Ceramic Quick Blow for VIG1-24 only
FS3 F10A Ceramic for VIG1-72 only
All fuses 20mm x 5mm size
Storage temperature
-10ºC to +55ºC
Operating temperature
-5ºC to +40ºC
Relative Humidity
up to 90% (Non condensing) Temperature +5ºC to +45°C
Indicators
LD1 - LD5 indicate RAM, ROM and EPROM status, error,
checksum and communication
Battery Charging current
1 x 2.4A nominal for VIG1-24
2 x 3.6A nominal for VIG1-72
EN54 Part 4 data
VIG1-24
I min
-> 780uA
I max a* - max quiescent loop current -> 108mA @ 43.5V
I max b - max alarm loop current -> 3.15A @ 46.4V
Ri max -> 0.9R
UVLO
-> 20.7V ± 0.4V
VIG1-72
I min
-> 780uA
I max a* - max quiescent loop current -> 162mA @ 43.5V
I max b - max alarm loop current -> 3.15A @ 46.4V
Ri max -> 1.25R
UVLO
-> 20.7V ± 0.4V
Mains
44V supply
Battery charge circuit 1
Battery charge circuit 2
*max a - Max loop current
27mA x 6 = 162mA quiescent for VIG1-72 panel
27mA x 4 = 108mA quiescent for VIG1-24 panel
Hazardous voltages may still be present even when the indicators
are extinguished.
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Panel installation
Panel installation
A VIG1-24 and VIG1-72 panels include the following parts:
 Back box assembly with PSU to power the Control panel
 Inner door for Control panel
 Moulded outer door
 Loop Card (1- loop card supplied), can accommodate up to 4 maximum in a
VIG1-24 panel and up to 6 in VIG1-72 panel battery box
 Main Controller Card for VIG1-24 or VIG1-72 panel
 VIG1-24 is supplied with 2x12V 21Ah batteries
VIG1-72 is supplied with 4x12V 21AH batteries for installation inside a battery box
(the battery box can hold up to 8 x 12V 21Ah batteries)
 A Battery box is supplied with VIG1-72 panel only
Parts supplied in spares packs:
Part
Cable tie
Qty - VIG1-24
Qty - VIG1-72 Battery box
3
3
1
1
2
2
Ferrite core
22K 0.5W Resistor
1
Battery lead
2
Spade tag
Link lead
1
4
Battery lead fused
i
1
1
1
Instructions
20 x 5mm Fuse 6.3A QB Ceramic
20 x 5mm Fuse 3.15A AS Ceramic
20 x 5mm Fuse 3.15A AS Glass
1
1
1
1
1
2
20 x 5mm Fuse 10A QB Ceramic
4
1
Terminal block
1
Adhesive backed foam pad
Each battery pair of 2 x 12V 21Ah is supplied with:
4 x bolts
20
4 x washers
4 x spring washers
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Vigilon fire system
Mounting & cable entry points
These instructions cover installation of the panel and battery box. The cards and
batteries are installed during the commissioning of the system by the servicing
organisation.
The control panel can be surface or flush mounted. The only time it should not be flush
mounted is when the battery box is close fitted beneath the control panel.
Any unused knockouts that have been removed must not be left open.
Earth to
Inner door
Cable entry points
18 - Back
21 - Top
3 - Bottom side (on the right)
8-off Earth points
(1-0ff bottom side
on the right hand)
Mains supply
cable
Knock outs
502mm
1.7m
Backplane
Dust
cover
over
backplane
Adhesive backed foam pad
to seal up gap to prevent
ingress
PSU
0V
to printer
Back box
for VIG-72 shown
5-off Backbox
fixing points
(includes
1 keyhole)
Fitted on VIG1-72 only
390mm
Floor level
a. Identify the package VIG1-24 / VIG1-72 and check that it contains all the parts.
b. Remove the temporary cover from the Back box.
c. Knock out/in the required cable entry points from the Control panel back box and
from the Battery box.
d. Use the fixing points provided to mount the Back box and Battery box to the wall
using suitable fixings.
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Semi-Flush fixing the control panel
The fixings must support a fully assembled Control panel and Battery
box. The VIG1-24 panel with batteries weigh 22.2Kg and the VIG1-72
panel weigh 10.2Kg. The batteries for a VIG1-72 panel are mounted in
an external battery box weighing either 31.2Kg (4 batteries) or 55.2Kg
(8 batteries).
e. Stick the adhesive backed foam pad supplied to cover gaps around the centre keyhole fixing point in the back box. This is done to seal any gaps to prevent ingress.
f.
Terminate each cable at the entry point leaving 400mm tail wire length and mark
each core to identify its final connecting point.
Where mains cable is to remain disconnected, its tail ends must be
insulated to prevent dangerous conditions arising in the event of
accidental switching On of the mains supply.
Semi-Flush fixing the control panel
The control panel may be semi-flush mounted using a semi-flush surround
(VIG-24-FLUSH). A stainless steel variant of the semi-flush surround (VIG-FLUSH-SS)
will require a stainless steel door (VIG_DOOR_SS).
a. Check the contents of the semi-flush surround package.
b. Cut out an aperture in the wall to allow the semi-flush surround to be fitted, see the
diagram below for dimensions of the aperture in the wall.
c. Using the fixing holes on the surround secure it into the aperture side walls.
d. Knock out the appropriate top or rear cable points on the control panel back box.
e. Route the cables through the cable entry points into the back box and at the same
time insert the back box into the semi-flush surround.
f.
Fit the back box to the semi-flush surround using the 5 - 5mm fixing-screws
supplied in the spares pack.
Control panel
semi-flush surround
Aperture depth
- 132mm
Cross section of
the wall to which
the panel is to be
semi-flush mounted
Aperture Height:
510mm - Control panel
Control Panel
Flush
Surround
5mm diameter
fixing holes
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Aperture Width:
390mm - Control panel
Vigilon fire system
Battery box for VIG1-72 panel
The connecting battery cables from the control panel to the battery box can be either
1.5mm2 or 2.5mm2.
The battery box can be mounted beneath the control panel or in a remote location. The
battery box can be up to 10m cable distance away using 1.5mm2 cable or 15m cable
distance using 2.5mm2 cable.
Earth lead
Locakable Door
Backbox
Cable entry points
3 - Back
5 - Top
Earth points
2-off on the top side
of the case
Terminal
card
5-off Backbox
fixing points
Upper Shelf
Hole for battery cables
from terminal card
to batteries on lower shelf
Lower Shelf
19 inch Rack mounting frames
The diagrams below show the rack mounting frames for the control panel and battery
box that can be mounted onto a 19inch Rack.
4 holes with
threaded
bushes for
securing
control panel
Panel
Battery box
9U
14U
4 holes with
threaded
bushes for
securing
battery box
6 off holes for securing
to 19" Rack
10 off holes for securing
to 19" Rack
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Wiring the battery box
Wiring the battery box
Wiring options
Cable distance
1.5mm² - 10m maximum
2.5mm² - 15m maximum
Control
panel
Battery box
in a remote
location
Control panel
Here the battery box is
shown mounted beneath
the control panel
Panel
P3
P1
P2
B1B2B1+
B2+
Where the wiring is terminated
at the top of the panel ensure
the cables run neatly
down the side of the
enclosure to the terminals
Battery
box
TH+TH-
TH+ B1+ B2+
TH- B1- B2-
P6
P4
P3
P1
P2
TH1
Battery Box
To maintain earth continuity, an earth lead (not supplied), is required
to be fitted to an earth point in the control panel with the other end to
an earth point in the battery box.
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Vigilon fire system
Cable termination on enclosure
MICC
CABLE TERMINATION
Softskin (Fire Tuf)
CABLE TERMINATION
MICC CABLE
GLAND
ZINC PLATED
LOCK WASHER
BRASS
LOCKNUT
EARTH
DRAIN
WIRE
Should not
be more than
50mm long
and must be
sleeved
Softskin Cable
GLAND
PANEL
enclosure
Earth
point
BOARD
TERMINALS
The wire length between the cable termination and point of connection must be as
short as possible. Cable earth drain wire, where applicable, must be connected to the
nearest earth point.
Terminate each cable at the dedicated entry point on the enclosure, using the cable
manufacturers recommended techniques.
Where cables are not required to be connected to terminals then leave 400mm tail
wire length (unless otherwise specified) and mark each core identifying its final point
of connection. Where the cable is required to be connected, ensure it is secured to the
respective terminal.
Wiring tests
Don’t undertake high voltage insulation tests WITH THE CABLES
CONNECTED to the panel and system device terminals. Such a test
may damage the electronics circuitry in loop devices and at the
panel.
Mains & battery supply cables
The mains and battery supply cables must be installed to the stage to facilitate the
power up for commissioning, which is carried out by the Servicing organisation.
Where mains cable is to remain disconnected, its tail ends must be
insulated to prevent dangerous conditions arising in the event of
accidental switching On of the mains supply.
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Mains supply
Mains supply
Ensure that the mains supply cable enters the panel through a
dedicated cable entry point.
These fire alarm system products are NOT designed to be powered
from IT Power systems.
All mains powered equipment must be earthed. The mains supply to the control panel
must be via an unswitched 5A fused spur unit. A disconnect device must be provided
to disconnect both poles and must have a minimum gap of 3mm. The disconnect
device should be available as part of the building installation and must be easily
accessible after the installation is complete.
Dedicated mains supply
from consumer unit
The mains cable must be stripped
back to the length shown to allow
live and neutral wires to be wound
twice through the ferrite core.
mains
cable
5A Unswitched
fused spur unit
Panel
50mm
mains cable
35mm
Gland
must be sleeved
270mm
Use cable ties
(supplied)
45mm
ferrite
core
(supplied)
Brown
L
Blue
N
Brown
Blue
P2
PSU PCB
5mm
The fused spur isolator cover should be marked:
FIRE ALARM - DO NOT
SWITCH OFF
The fire alarm equipment’s fused spur unit must be fed from a dedicated switch or
protective device at the local mains supply distribution board.
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Vigilon fire system
Terminals for external circuits
The Terminal card holds all the terminals for the connection of external circuits. The
exceptions are:
 terminals for CARDS in slots P7 and P8, these are located on the Backplane
 terminals for mains supply, these are located on PSU
 terminals for batteries, these are also optionally located on the PSU.
Backplane
NETWORK CARD IN SLOT P8
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
Terminal card
CARD 4
LOOP 4
CARD 3
LOOP 3
L1 0V L2 0V
L1 0V L2 0V
CARD 2
LOOP 2
CARD 1
LOOP 1
L1 0V L2 0V
L1 0V L2 0V
LOOP CARD IN SLOT P8 (Loop 6)
L1 0V L2 0V
A
5V
IO CARD IN SLOT P8
B 0V CTS Rx RTS TX
P2
P3
CARD 4 - RS232 CARD 3 - RS232
CTS RX RTS TX CTS RX RTS TX
CARD 2 - RS232 CARD 1 - RS232
CTS RX RTS TX CTS RX RTS TX
Terminals markings for a Network node
PB1
Clean C
NC C NO
Master alarm
IO (RS232) CARD IN SLOT P7
N/C
0V CTS RX RTS TX
MA1+ MA1- MA2+ MA2-
LOOP CARD IN SLOT P7 (Loop 5)
L1 0V L2 0V
P5
P6
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C N/C +VE2 -VE2 (WITH NETWORK CARD IN SLOT P2 OF BACKPLANE)
PB2
A
RS485
5V B 0V
RS232
Tx CTS Rx RTS
(WITH IO CARD IN SLOT P2 OF BACKPLANE)
P4
Auxiliary Relay 1
NC C NO NC C NO
Auxiliary Relay 2
NC C NO NC C NO
P8
P7
RS232 0V
0V 0V 0V 0V
These RS232 0V terminals
are for use with the RS232
wiring associated with IOC
fitted in Card slots 1 to 4,
P12 primarily to Network node.
Quick release terminals
PSU board (located behind the cardboard cover)
L
N
P2
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Device loop circuits
Device loop circuits
Each loop circuit can each accept the connection of addressable devices / outstations,
up to 200 maximum per circuit. To maintain earth continuity on a loop, the loop cable
screen must be continued through each system device, whether the earth is connected
to a device or not.
A loop circuit must not cover more than 10,000m2 of floor area of a
protected site.
A spur circuit must always be taken from the “line common”
terminals of a 3 ways device.
A spur must not cover more than the equivalent of one zone as
defined in BS 5839 Part 1.
As every loop device has an isolator fitted, it is not necessary
to apply special attention where there are more than 32 devices.
However no more than a maximum of 512 fire detectors and/or
manual call points shall be installed on one control panel.
S3 device
(2-way)
L2
02
L1
01
Earth to
metal box
10
1L
20
2L
IN 1
L1
L2 OUT 2
3
0V
C
4
0V
S-Quad
C3
OUT5
IN4
Manual call point
S-Quad
L2
02
L1
01
C3
OUT5
LOOP CIRCUIT 1
IN4
3
S device
(2-way)
L1 0V L2 0V
LOOP n
Terminal Card
PANEL
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Master alarm circuits
The two master alarm circuits accept the connection of conventional alarm sounders,
such as the conventional S-Cubed products.
22K Ohms - End-of-line resistor
fitted in the last alarm sounder
Conventional
alarm sounders
MA1+ MA1- MA2+ MA2-
P5
MASTER ALARMS
MA1 - FS2 1A
Terminal card
MA2 - FS1 1A
PANEL
Clean contacts
The control panel operates the clean contacts relay when a fire event is received from
the system. The clean contacts can be used to switch plant equipment, such as lift
control system. The contacts should be powered from an independent power supply.
Change over contacts
rated 1A @ 24Vdc, to
control external equipment
The clean contact relay is
normally de-energised
and operates with a fire
event without delay.
NC C NO
P6
PANEL
Terminal Card
CLEAN
CONTACTS
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Auxiliary relay circuits
Auxiliary relay circuits
The control panel operates the auxiliary contacts when the configured event is received
from the system.
The auxiliary relays 1 and 2 contacts can be used to control external equipment, such
as an automatic dialer that makes the call for fire fighting action. The relays can be
individually re-configured to operate with either fire, fault or disablement event in the
system.
The relay operation can also be delayed by up to 10 minutes and can be set up
to operate in a normally energised or de-energised state. The contacts should be
powered from an independent power supply, where required.
Change over contacts rated 1A @ 24Vdc,
to control external equipment
i
NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO
P7
AUXILIARY
RELAY 1 Terminal Card
P8
AUXILIARY
RELAY 2
PANEL
Factory default:
Aux relay 1 is normally de-energised and operates with a
fire event without delay.
Aux relay 2 is normally energised and de-energises with a
fault event without delay.
Note: Aux relay 2 has been shown in the above diagram in
its de-energised state, which is the state when there is
no power to the panel.
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Configurable delayed
operation.
Up to 10 minutes delay
Vigilon fire system
RS232 / RS485 Communication
The control panel offers RS232 and RS485 communication via the IO card.
A standard IO card (not supplied) must be inserted in slot P2 of the backplane of the
panel, which facilitate RS232 and RS485 communication via terminal block P4 on
Terminal card. Note RS232 is PORT 0 and RS485 is PORT 1 when an IO card is fitted
in slot P2. The domain address and communication baud rate are configured by setting
the DIL switch located on the left edge of the Display Keyboard card.
PORT 1
IO card
A
PORT 0
RS485
5V B 0V
Terminals for IO card
in slot P2 of the backplane
NOTE: These port settings are
displayed when viewing MCC status.
RS232
Tx CTS Rx RTS
P4
Terminal card
PANEL
IO, Network or
Loop card option
IO or Loop card option
NETWORK CARD IN SLOT P8
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
IO (RS232) CARD IN SLOT P7
N/C
0V CTS RX RTS TX
LOOP CARD IN SLOT P8 (Loop 6)
L1 0V L2 0V
LOOP CARD IN SLOT P7 (Loop 5)
L1 0V L2 0V
A
5V
IO CARD IN SLOT P8
B
0V CTS Rx RTS TX
PB1
PB2
MCC / LCC
- P1
I/O or N/W
- P2
LOOP or RS232
- P3
LOOP or RS232
- P4
LOOP or RS232
- P5
LOOP or RS232
- P6
LOOP or RS232
- P7
LOOP, N/W or I/O
- P8
Backplane
PANEL
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Connecting a Remote printer
Connecting a Remote printer
An IO card (not supplied) must be inserted in slot 2 of the backplane of the panel,
which will facilitate remote printer functionality. When a remote printer is connected to a
standalone Vigilon control panel, it will print local system events.
RS485
Terminals for
IO card configured for
Remote printer
(rotary switch position 2)
fitted in slot P2 of the backplane
RS232
A 5V B 0V Tx CTS RxRTS
P4
Terminal card
If the IO card to which a
remote printer is connected PANEL / NODE
is installed in a spare slot
on the backplane then use
the corresponding terminals
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Rx
Thermal printer
GND
Tx
GND
Tx
Hand held printer
Rx
9-way D-type connector
Vigilon fire system
Network of systems
It is possible to network together up to 31 Vigilon EN54 Vigilon Control panels and
Network Nodes, each fitted with a network card for network connections. The Network
card permits communication between other control panels and network nodes. The
cable distance between panels and nodes can be up to 1.2Km maximum when copper
network card is fitted panels. Up to 2km maximum is possible when a fibre network
card is fitted in the panels. A network node is a central point for information about the
networked system.
Control panel
Control panel
Fire
Fault
15:45
Fire
Fault
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Previous
15:45
System Fault
Delay
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire
Fault
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Previous
15:45
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Next
Previous
Disablement
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Next
Disablement
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Control panel
Next
Disablement
#
#
#
#
Fire
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Fault
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Power Fault
System Fault
Fault/Dis
Delay
Power
Test
Previous
15:45
Healthy
Fire
Fault
Verify
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Power Fault
Fire Routing O/P
Active
System Fault
Fault/Dis
Delay
Power
Test
Next
Previous
#
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Next
Previous
Disablement
Disablement
Next
Disablement
#
Control panel
Control panel
Network node
# - 1.2Km Copper network cable distance
2Km Fibre network cable distance
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Network connections
Network connections
N/C - No connection
Cable screen
N/C
N/C
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
P10
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
P10
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
(post 08-2006) BACKPLANE
(post 08-2006) BACKPLANE
Control Panel
Control Panel
Cable screen
N/C
N/C
Where a multicore
cable is being used
ensure the unused
cores (cores without
signal) are connected
to 0V.
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
P10
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
P10
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
(post 08-2006) BACKPLANE
(post 08-2006) BACKPLANE
Control Panel
Network Node
Copper network connections
From
previous
panel
or node
Cable screen
To Next
panel
or node
N/C
No
connection
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
P10
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
(post 08-2006) BACKPLANE
NEW Control Panel
0V1 +VE1 -VE1 0V2 N/C +VE2 -VE2 N/C
P10
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
(post 08-2006) BACKPLANE
NEW Control Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P10
0V -ve +ve 0V I -ve +ve |
Connections for
Network card in
Socket P8 (Card 6)
(Pre 08-2006)
BACKPLANE
OLD Control Panel
Network wiring
In countries where the European EMC directive is in force use only those cables that
are EMC Compliant, see list under the heading Network cables.
The recommended cables listed in this manual should be used to interconnect control
panels and network nodes.
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Vigilon fire system
Fibre network connections
P4
Tx
P6
Rx
P5
Tx
P3
Side 2
(End 2)
Side 1
(End 1)
P7
Rx
P2
P4
Tx
C8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
P7
Rx
P2
C8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Rx
Side 2
(End 2)
Side 1
(End 1)
Tx
P6
Rx
Tx
Rx
P5
Tx
P3
BACKPLANE
BACKPLANE
Control Panel
Control Panel
Links P2 and P3 are booster links.
Normally the links are not fitted, however for
distance exceeding 750m the links must be fitted.
Network cable screen continuity
Panel Earth
Panel 1
NOTE: The cable screens are not
connected to earth
at the joint or at Panel 2.
Screen continuity
connection at the joint
THE JOINT
These split cables
Panel 2
Ensure a good screen continuity joint exists where there is a split cable.
DO NOT mix cables of different types on the same leg of a network,
as this will create impedance imbalance and disruption to data
communication.
How to minimise cross talk
When using standard MICC cable in a network the different legs of
the cable must not be closely placed together, as this will cause
signal crosstalk which results in communication failure.
There are three practical ways of overcoming the crosstalk problem:
 use a twisted-core MICC cable
 put a ferrous screen between the cables (ie in the two runs of steel conduit)
 maintain a distance between the network cables of at least 50mm
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Domain Bridge across Networks
Domain Bridge across Networks
It is possible to connect two or more Vigilon networks together by means of domain
bridge. To domain bridge two or more networks a Domain bridge IO card must be
installed in the bridging node / panel.
There are various methods of domain bridging depending on the distances between
node / panel. Domain bridge can be made directly using RS232 ports of the IO card,
via modem, Fibre optics or via dedicated network using NPORT units.
Methods of domain bridging
A domain bridge IO card is required to be installed in the bridging panel/node.
Fire
15:45
Fault
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Fire
Fault
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Domain bridge IOC
DOMAIN
BRIDGE
Fire
Fault
Fault
15:45
Fire
Power Fault
Verify
System Fault
Healthy
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Previous
Verify
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Network
IOC
node
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Delay
Test
Fault/Dis
Disablement
Power
Test
15:45
Healthy
Next
Disablement
Previous
Fire
Fault
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Fault/Dis
Delay
Power
Next
Test
RS232
15m max
Disablement
15:45
Power Fault
Verify
Healthy
System Fault
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Delay
Active
Fault/Dis
15:45
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fault/Dis
Power
Previous
Network
IOC
node
Verify
Healthy
Test
Power
Previous
Next
Disablement
Next
Fire
Fault
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Fibre Optic
2Km
Computer
network
Modem
Star connection
Fault
Fault
Power Fault
Power Fault
Verify
Verify
Sounder
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Fire Routing
ActiveO/P
Active
Fire System
Vigilon Fire
System
Vigilon
GENT 2015
GENT 2015 Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54 Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Delay
Delay
Previous
Previous
Disablement
Disablement
If remote sites are residential
then it is not permissible to
rely on domain bridge link to
call the fire brigade.
Fire
Fire
15:45
15:45
Healthy
Healthy
System Fault
System Fault
Test
Test
Fault/Dis
Fault/Dis
Power
Power
Next
Next
Fire
Fault
15:45
Fire
Verify
Fault
Healthy
Power Fault
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Previous
15:45
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Next
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Disablement
Next
Disablement
Domain
1
Network Node
- 4 IOC Cards
- 1 Network Card
Fire
Fault
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Sounder
Power Fault
Fire Routing O/P
Vigilon Fire System
Active
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Domain Bridge
Domain Bridge
Domain
Bridge
Fire
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Fault
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Previous
15:45
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Previous
Next
Next
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Fault
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Previous
IOC
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Disablement
Next
Active
Fault/Dis
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Fire
Fault
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
System Fault
Delay
Fault/Dis
Previous
15:45
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Next
Disablement
Disablement
Domain
3
IOC
Domain
4
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Disablement
Next
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Disablement
Next
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Previous
Next
Verify
Healthy
Test
Power
Test
Disablement
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
Fire Routing O/P
Power
Next
Fire
Verify
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Previous
Next
Disablement
Domain
2
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15:45
Healthy
Test
Power
Test
Disablement
Disablement
Fire
Fire
Verify
Healthy
Test
Power
Test
IOC
Vigilon fire system
Fibre Optic Domain bridge using FO Network DOM card
DOMAIN
BRIDGE
Fibre Optics
Fire
Fault
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Next
Previous
Disablement
FO Net
DOM
Domain 1
Fire
Fault
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Sounder
Power Fault
Fire Routing O/P
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
System Fault
Delay
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Next
Previous
Disablement
Domain 2
FO Net
DOM
Network
node
MINIMUM OF 4 CORE FIBRE CABLE
TO ALLOW 100% REDUNDANCY
Fibre optic
patch panel
Panel/Node
Fibre optic
patch panel
Panel/Node
Tx
Rx
Tx
Rx
FO Net DOM
FO Net DOM
Fibre patch cable
RS232 Domain bridge using Domain IO card
DOMAIN
BRIDGE
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
Domain 1
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Disablement
Next
Disablement
IOC
Domain 2
RS232 15m Cable length
IOC
Network
node
Network
node
N/C
PB2
Backplane
Network Node
0V CTS RX RTS TX
DOM IO CARD IN SLOT P7
N/C
PB2
0V CTS RX RTS TX
DOM IO CARD IN SLOT P7
Backplane
Network Node
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Domain bridge using NPORT module
Domain bridge using NPORT module
The customer is to supply the IP addresses.
Domain 2
Domain 1
Dedicated Computer
network
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Vigilon Fire System
Active
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
IOC
Network
node
NPORT
CONV.
UNIT
Fire
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Sounder
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
IOC
Network
node
MAINS SUPPLY
PATCH CABLES
GND
NPORT
TxD DEVICE RJ45
RxD
Dedicated
Computer
Network
PSU
NPORT
RJ45 DEVICE
TxD
RxD
GND
NPORT CONVERTER UNIT
NPORT CONVERTER UNIT
0V Tx Rx
DOMAIN IOC
SET TO 19200
Active
Fault/Dis
Next
RS232 15m maximum
PSU
Fire Routing O/P
Power
Previous
NPORT
CONV.
UNIT
MAINS SUPPLY
Verify
Healthy
Test
Disablement
NETWORK PORT
0V Rx Tx
DOMAIN IOC
SET TO 19200
NPORT CONVERTER UNIT
PANEL
PANEL
L1 N
MAINS SUPPLY
RxD GND TxD
PARTS REQUIRED FOR EN54 SETUP
2 x VIG-IO-DOM
2 x VIG-NPORT-100
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REQUIRED:
2 X IP NETWORK INFORMATION
2 X NETWORK PORTS
2 X PATCH CABLE
Vigilon fire system
Modem Domain bridge
Domain 1
Fault
Power Fault
System Fault
Delay
15:45
Verify
Healthy
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
IOC
Network
node
Domain 2
DOMAIN
BRIDGE
BT Leased line
Fire
Fire
Fault
System Fault
Delay
Vigilon Fire System
GENT 2015
Pt 2 & 4
Designed to EN54
Verify
Sounder
Fire Routing O/P
Active
Fault/Dis
Power
Test
Previous
Next
Disablement
Modem
Modem
15:45
Healthy
Power Fault
IOC
Network
node
3
2
7
N/C
PB2
0V CTS RX RTS TX
Modem
25-way
D-type plug
IO CARD IN SLOT P7
Backplane
Panel
Mains
socket
BT Leased line
On completion of wiring installation
On completion of all wiring refit the temporary cover onto the back box. All outstanding
work is done by the servicing organisation during commissioning.
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On completion of wiring installation
S-Quad Sensors
This following is short information on the S-Quad product range. The S-Quad product
integrates dual angle smoke, heat and carbon monoxide gas detection with electronic
sounder, speech and LED flasher in one assembly.
Full information on S-Quad Devices can be downloaded from www.gentexpert.co.uk by
registered users.
Base
The base has terminals for external cables, for the wiring of loop circuit and monitored
input or output circuit. Any S-Quad device can be plugged into an S-Quad base.
IP21 Base
A IP21 Base Gasket prevent water damage from dripping water from the ceiling.
An optional label (Part No: 805576) can be fitted to the base. The label can be marked
up with device location information.
Indicators
The S-Quad has a red LED that gives an indication in the event of a fire. The LED can
be configured to flash periodically, as an ‘in operation’ confirmation, this indication is
given system-wide at all S-Quads. The S-Quad with a CO sensor also has a blue LED
to indicate when a fire signal senses the presence of CO.
Dust Cover
A dust cover is supplied with the S-Quad, to prevent dust from building work
contaminating the sensor. The cover is removed prior to the commissioning of the fire
alarm system.
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Vigilon fire system
Siting
A S-Quad device plugs into a dedicated Base that is installed in the protected
premises. The Bases should be sited in locations as defined by the project plans and
by BS 5839 : Part 1 : 2013.
Do’s and Don’t
Follow recommendations detailed in section 22 that relate to
automatic fire detectors and section 16 that relate to alarm sounders
in BS5839 : Part 1 : 2013.
DO Locate Visual Alarm Devices in accordance with Loss Prevention
Council Code of Practice CoP 0001.
http://www.redbooklive.com/lps.jsp
DO Fit the recommended IP21 Base to a Visual Alarm device, an
EN54-23 compliant device.
DO NOT flush mount a VAD device using the flush mounting kit
(S4-FLUSH).
DO NOT locate smoke detectors where products of combustion may
be present such as kitchens, garages, furnace rooms, welding shops
etc.
DO NOT locate heat detectors above boilers or heaters or where the
temperature is normally very high or liable to sudden fluctuations.
DO NOT locate smoke or heat detectors: • In dusty or dirty environment.
• Near heating or air-conditioning grilles.
• Outdoors in stables, sheds etc.
• In excessively damp areas.
• In dead air spaces at the junctions of ceilings and walls.
• At ceiling locations where a ‘thermal barrier’ may exist.
DO NOT locate a CO detector: • In buildings where farm animals are kept.
• In excessive damp areas.
• In battery room where non sealed battery are kept.
• In a Car park where exhaust fumes will be present.
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Metal back box
Metal back box
A metal back box must be used for surface or semi-flush mounting. The earth
continuity must be maintained throughout the whole loop. The earth must be
securely connected to the back box.
Standard Metal Box
Cable gland
Loop cable
Loop cable
Cross section
of ceiling tile
IP 21 Plate
(used on S-Quad with VAD)
Ceiling tile
Base
2 Screws (NOT SUPPLIED) to
secure Base and IP21 Plate (if fitted)
to the Metal box
Route the cables
In - Out wiring to S-Quad bases
L2
IN4
L1
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EM2
OUT5
L2
IN4
C3
0V
EM2
OUT5
L1
C3
0V
Vigilon fire system
Programmable input/output
All S-Quad devices can be configured as either monitored input or unmonitored output.
The factory setting of the programmable input / output is unmonitored output, to drive
an external repeat LED without a series resistor. There is a maximum cable length limit
of 15 metres from the S-Quad base to the external I/O Unit.
Unmonitored LED output
+
OUT5
-
+
+
0V
-
L1
C3
+
IN4
-
+ - + -
L2
+
EM2
-
Remote LED unit
13449-01
L2
EM2
OUT5
IN4
L1
10 K:
Input
470 :
Beam Transmitter base
C3
0V
The input can accept signals such as fire, non fire or fault, these are configured during
commissioning. As a fire input it is possible to connect a conventional Manual Call
Point (non UK application only) with a series resistor of value 470 Ohms coupled with
an end-of-line 10Kohms resistor. In this case the fire input is fully monitored for open or
short circuit faults.
The input can be setup as a non-fire or fault input using a similar arrangement with
series and parallel resistors as shown. It is possible for such an input to trigger a
command that is configured to action an output elsewhere in the system to control
plant equipment such as ventilation system in a building.
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Tools for S-Quad
Tools for S-Quad
To fit a dust cover
An extractor tool allows removal and
fitting of the S-Quad device head into the
base. By fitting a screw-on adaptor, the
tool can be used to remove the sensor
dust cover.
Place the dust cover onto the tool inside
the cradle. Offer the cover to the S-Quad,
locate and push to fit it onto the assembly.
Withdraw the tool when the dust cover is
in place.
To remove an S-Quad
Fit the tool onto the S-Quad. Turn S-Quad
anticlockwise until it stops and remove
the S-Quad from the base.
Dust cover
S-Quad
Tool
tool
To remove a dust cover
To fit an S-Quad
Fit the S-Quad on to the tool. Offer
S-Quad to base and rotate clockwise
until it moves upwards in to the base and
rotate it again until it clicks and goes no
further, the lines on the base and S-Quad
will align.
Base
A dust cover remover tool must be fitted
to the main tool to extract the dust cover.
Press the pad of the dust cover remover
tool onto the dust cover, this creates an
air tight grip, to allow the cover to be
pulled off from the S-Quad.
Dust cover
Dust cover
remover tool
S-Quad
Tool
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Tool
Vigilon fire system
Vigilon panel parts
This section lists parts associated with the Vigilon panel based system. For further
information on the availability of the parts contact your supplier.
Control Panel
VIG1-24
EN54 Control panel with printer (24 hour standby)
c/w 1 loop card and 2 x 12V 21Ah batteries
VIG1-24-NP
EN54 Control panel without printer (24 hour standby)
c/w 1 loop card and 2 x 12V 21Ah batteries
VIG1-72
EN54 Control panel (72hour standby) c/w 1-loop card,
battery box and 4 x 12V 21Ah batteries
Spares
4015-602-Y
12V 21Ahr Battery
VS-PROLL
Spare thermal paper for the integral printer
VS-KEY
Outer door key
Cards
VIG-LPC-EN
Loop Card (EN54) up to 2Km
VIG-MCC-24
Main Controller Card (EN54) a spare for VIG1-24 and VIG1-72
VIG-NC
Copper Network Card (EN54)
VIG-NC-FO
Fibre Optic Network Card for VIG1-24, VIG1-72 and Network node
VIG-IOC-DOM
Domain Bridge Input/Output Card (EN54)
VIG-NC-DOM-FO Secure Domain Bridge Card Fibre Optics Network Card
for VIG1-24, VIG1-72 and Network node
Accessories
VIG-24-FLUSH
Flush mounting kit for VIG1-24 and Network node
VIG-FLUSH-SS Stainless steel flush surround for VIG1-24 and Network node
VIG-DOOR-SS
Stainless steel door
VIG-WR-CASE
Control panel weather resistant case
VIG-19-RACK
19” Rack mounting frames for panel and battery box
VIG72-UPGR
Upgrade Kit to convert VIG1-24 to VIG1-72
(includes power supply and 2 x 21 Ah Batteries and Battery box)
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S-Quad - Sensors
Network Node
VIG-NODE-24
Network node
Domain Bridge products
VIG-NPORT-100
NPORT IP Domain module 100m (single unit)
VIG-DOM-MODEM
Modem pair
Printer
PRINTER-HAND
Handheld serial thermal printer
PRINTER-H-PAPER
Thermal paper for handheld printer
Manuals
4188-1025
EN54 Vigilon 4/6 loop panel based system
Operating instructions
4188-749
Log book
S-Quad - Sensors
The latest S-Quad publications lists the product range. These publications can be
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Vigilon fire system
Notes
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0832
Gent by Honeywell (Novar Systems Limited)
Manufactured by: Honeywell Life Safety Systems,
140 Waterside Road, Hamilton Industrial Park,
Leicester, LE5 1TN, United Kingdom
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DoP
026-CPR-2013
026-CPR-2013
026-CPR-2013
026-CPR-2013
027-CPR-2013
027-CPR-2013
027-CPR-2013
Product No.
VIG1-24
VIG1-24-NP
VIG1-24-PO
VIG1-24-SP
VIG1-72
VIG1-72-PO
VIG1-72-SP
EN54-2: 1997 + A1:2006, EN54-4: 1997 + A1: 2002 + A2: 2006
Vigilon VIG1-24
Vigilon VIG1-24-NP
Vigilon VIG1-24-PO
Vigilon VIG1-24-SP
(EN54-2 & 4)
(EN54-2 & 4)
(EN54-2 & 4)
(EN54-2 & 4)
Vigilon VIG1-72
Vigilon VIG1-72-PO
Vigilon VIG1-72-SP
(EN54-2 & 4)
(EN54-2 & 4)
(EN54-2 & 4)
Intended for use in fire detection and fire alarm systems
in and around buildings
Refer to DOP 026-CPR-2013 & 027-CPR-2013 for level or class of
performance declared, for details see website www.gent.co.uk
WEEE Directive:
At the end of their useful life, the packaging, product
and batteries should be disposed of via a suitable
recycling centre.
Do not dispose of with your normal household waste.
Do not burn.
At the end of their useful life, the packaging,
product and batteries should be disposed of
via a suitable recycling centre and in
accordance with national or local legislation.
Gent by Honeywell reserves the right to revise this publication from time to time and make changes to the content hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revisions of changes.
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Hamilton Industrial Park, Waterside Road, Leicester LE5 1TN
Website: www.gent.co.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 116 246 2000
Fax (UK):
+44 (0) 116 246 2300
Technical support:
www.gentexpert.co.uk
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