Fire Alarm Control Panel (Linkage Type)
Fire Alarm Control Panel (Linkage Type)
JB-QBL-MN300Fire Alarm Control Panel (Linkage Type)
Contents
I. General description ......................................................................................1
II. Operation instructions .................................................................................2
III. External dimensions and installation dimensions .....................................20
IV. Wiring diagram ........................................................................................22
V. Main technical parameters ......................................................................23
VI. Precautions .............................................................................................24
I. General description
The panel is a new type of analog fire alarm control panel which has 324 alarm control points (detectors
and modules which are characterized by fully mixed coding, non-polarity and two buses). It complies
with the provisions of both Fire Alarm Control Units (GB4717-2005) and Automatic Control System for
Fire Protection (GB16806-2006).
Its characteristics are as follows:
 The intelligent detectors and the intelligent modules have internal microprocessors to realize digital
filtering and auto-compensation functions; the data collection is true and reliable; the panel control
panel can carry out data processing based on fuzzy control theory and modern fire alarm theory to
fundamentally avoid missing alarms and to reduce false alarms, so as to improve reliability.
 The detectors have a sensitivity setup function and can adjust the alarm sensitivity according to the
specific environment and their influences.
 The detecting bus and the control bus share a two-wire structure and have non-polarity and fully
mixed coding of the detectors and modules, and the intelligent detectors and the intelligent modules
can be directly connected to them, which greatly simplifies the system wiring, engineering
installation and circuit maintenance.
 The system uses an AC-DC master-standby power supply system which will automatically change
between the master and standby power supplies in the event of a power failure of either of the two
power supplies to ensure uninterrupted operation of the system.
 The AW-AFP2188 can be connected to a special mini-printer to realize real-time printing.
 The AW-AFP2188 can be connected to floor fire display panels to display fire alarms by standard
RS-485
 The AW-AFP2188 can be connected to ten multi-line linkage control/monitoring points to control
and monitor important equipment.
 The AW-AFP2188 is equipped with eight bus manual control points, which makes it very easy for
the user to control related equipment.
This User’s Manual introduces the system’s user interface, keyboard operation and function set-up.It
describes these with pictures and text to make it easy for the user to master usage quickly. Other
sections introduce the system structure, wiring method, technical characteristics and precautions for the
AW-AFP2188 (please pay more attention to the descriptions in Precautions) for the user’s
reference.
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II. Operation instructions
§1 Access to the system
§1-1 Non-password protection operations and password protection operations
The fire alarm control panel can realize both password protection operations and non-password
protection operations.
In the non-password protection operation mode, the user can access the following operations without
the necessity of inputting a password.
 Press the numeric key 0 to display the version information;
 PANEL MUTE MUTE/NORMAL;
 KEYBOARD START/STOP;
 Display current fire alarm;
 Display faults;
 Display startup/feedback.
Those operations which can only be done after a password is inputted by the user are password
protection operations, including:
 System setup;
 Alarm setup;
 Clear setup;
 Manual control setup;
 History Record;
 Password setup;
 Self-checking;
 Reset;
 MANUAL CONTROL PERMIT/FORBID;
 GENERAL LINKAGE PERMIT/FORBID;
 SOUNDER LINKAGE PERMIT/FORBID;
 SOUNDER CONTROL MUTE/NORMAL.
Note: When the BUS MANUAL CONTROL ENABLE indicator is lit, the bus manual control panel is
not under password protection and can be operated.
When the system is running and the KEYBOARD key is pressed, “Input password” will display on the
LCD. After the correct password is inputted and the # key is pressed, the system will return to the main
interface and the KEY ON/OFF indicator will be lit, which shows that the keyboard is unlocked. After that,
the user can press the numeric key 1 to enter the system for system setup and query operations. There
are three chances for password inputting. Pay attention to the KEY ON/OFF indicator: Keyboard
operations can be done only when the indicator is on; if the indicator is off, it shows that the keyboard
has been locked and it is necessary to input a password again before keyboard operations. If there are
no keyboard operations within 3 minutes, the keyboard will be closed automatically and the KEY
ON/OFF indicator will go out.
Factory defaults for the password:
 Supervisor password: 888888
 Administrator password: 666666
 Attendant password: 000000
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§1-2 Confirming and canceling an operation
After an operation is completed, press the # key to save the data change or the * key to cancel the
operation and have the data remain unchanged. If the system is restarted following a power failure
before the data change is saved, the unsaved data will be lost. It is therefore recommended to form the
habit of pressing the # key frequently to save data during system setup.
Note: The system is provided with an attendant password, an administrator password and a
supervisor password. The attendant can only view the set data; the administrator can operate
every function when there is no fire alarm; and the supervisor can set every function in any
circumstance. When the user tries to operate the functions beyond his or her authority limit, the
system data will remain unchanged. Hence the user should input the right password during
system setup.
§1-3 Timeout-cancel function
If the user does not press the # key for timely data saving and has not pressed any keys within three
minutes when operating the system, the system will automatically cancel the entire operation, return to
the main interface and lock the keyboard. In this case, the unsaved operations will be “forgotten”. Hence
the user should have a good plan before setting the system, so as to avoid the necessity of thinking
while setting the system and to improve the reliability and efficiency of system setup.
§1-4 Configuration data input function
When the user is doing a system setup, a lot of data needs to be inputted. In order to improve the
efficiency of system setup, the user can use the ▲ and ▼keys to input non-numeric data or use the
numeric keys from 0 to 9 on the keyboard to type in numbers; when describing the position of a detector
or module, the user can select four types of input methods including Digital Input, Lowercase Input,
Uppercase Input or Chinese Character Location Input.
§1-5 Unlocking the keyboard and entering the main menu
To set the system and other equipment, the first thing to do is to unlock the panel keyboard by pressing
the PANEL KEYBOARD key, input the correct password and finally press the # key. If the KEY ON/OFF
indicator is on, it shows that the panel keyboard has been unlocked. After that, press 1 to enter the main
menu of the setup function as follows.
Press▲ ▼ ◀ or ▶to move the cursor to the wanted function, and then press the # key to enter or the
* key to go back. If no selection is done within ten minutes, the system will exit the main menu, return to
the main interface and lock the panel keyboard.
§1-6 Locking the keyboard
There are two ways to lock the keyboard: First, return to the main interface and press the KEYBOARD
key; and second, if there are no key operations within ten minutes, the system will automatically return to
the main interface and lock the keyboard. After the keyboard is locked, the KEY ON/OFF indicator will go
out.
§2 Configuration of the master control board
This chapter introduces the detailed configuration process of the master control board.
§2-1 Accessing to the system
To set the system and equipment, the user may press the KEYBOARD key, input the correct password
and press the # key to unlock the keyboard and then press 1 to access the system when the keyboard is
locked, or directly press 1 to access to the system when the keyboard is unlocked (namely when the
KEY ON/OFF indicator is on). Below is the interface of the main menu for the system.
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Press▲ ▼ ◀ or ▶ to move the cursor to the wanted function, and then press the # key to enter or the
* key to go back. If no selection is made within three minutes, the system will exit the main menu, return
to the main interface and lock the panel keyboard.
§2-2 System setup
Enter the System interface, and the following content will be seen.
Press ▲or ▼ to move the cursor, press the # key to set the option where the cursor is and the * key to
go back. For example, if the cursor is now at the Time Setup option, pressing the # key can change the
current time.
§2-2-1 Time setup
Select Time setup in the menu, and the interface will display the following content.
What is displayed in the top right corner is the current time. Press ◀ ▶ to move the cursor to the
option to be changed, input the wanted figure and press the # key to confirm the change or the * key to
cancel the change and maintain the current time.
§2-2-2 Repeater panel setup
Select Repeater panel setup in the menu, and the interface will display the following content.
Select No., Register, Zone, Floor, Type or Indicate by pressing ◀ ▶. Type and Indicate are two
constant options. At present, only CFT-982 Chinese display panels are equipped with the system for use
by the user.
When the cursor is at the Display option, the user can change the display mode by pressing ▲or ▼.
 By Zone: Display all the alarm information for the entire zone.
 By Floor: Display the fire alarm information of the floor or the floors close to it.
Note: According to the requirements of relevant national standards, when the “By Floor” mode is
set for the display panels and the Floor No. is 1, all the fire alarms from the basements will be
displayed.
The system can be connected to 30 display panels at most. If there are lots of display panels or the
connecting lines are long, it is suggested to use thicker twisted-pairs when possible. For usage at a
place with strong interference, it is suggested to use shielded twisted pairs (STPs) and welding
technology for the joints when possible. The detailed wire diameter depends on the construction
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environment. If there are only a few display panels and the connecting lines are short, then ordinary
joining techniques may be used.
§2-2-3 Printer setup
Select Printer Setup in the menu, and the interface will display the following content.
Input 1 to make the printer registered and to enable its printing function; or input 0 to make the printer
unregistered and to disable its printing function. Set according to the actual need and press the # key to
save the setup or the * key to go back.
§2-3 Alarm setup
Set Alarm setup in the main menu and press the # key to enter the interface with the following content.
When the cursor is at Loop setup, the user may press the # key to set the detectors and the modules.
The User may press ▲ ▼ ◀ or ▶to move the cursor to select the option and then press the # key
to set the selected option or the * key to back.
Note: The system linkage setup and other setups will be set by zone, floor or room, so all the
data must be carefully recorded.
§2-3-1 Loop setup
Select Loop setup in the menu, and the interface will display the following content.
The “→” sign in the top right corner means that there is a page following the current page. After this
interface is set, the user may press the ▶ key to enter the next interface as follows:
The “←” sign in the top left corner means that there is a page before the current page and the system
may go back to the previous menu after the ◀ key is pressed. After this interface is set, the user may
press the ▶key to enter the next interface as follows:
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Description of the setting items of the three interfaces above:
Address: This includes the addresses of the detectors, the modules, the horn/strobe and other
equipment, ranging from 001 to 324. The User may set the parameters of a piece of equipment by
inputting its address number through the numeric keys or obtain it through auto login.
Register: This refers to the operating conditions of the equipment with its address: When it is 1, it means
that the equipment has been accessed to the system and can operate normally; and when it is 0, it
means that the equipment has not yet been accessed to the system, or that the equipment has been
accessed to the system but is shielded (the detectors give no alarms, or the modules fail to input, output,
etc.). During auto login, the Register option will be set as 1 automatically. The User may set this option
manually by pressing the numeric keys 1 or 0.
Zone : The system may be set with zones from 01 to 15 through the numeric keys.
Floor : The system may be set with 98 floors ranging from -9 to 89. Press the numeric key 9 to input “-” in
front of floor numbers 1 to 9.
Room : The system may be set with 255 room numbers ranging from 001 to 255 through the numeric
keys.
Type: This refers to the types of equipment. They may be identified through auto login. The types of
equipment that may be identified through auto login include:
 Ion detector and photoelectric detector;
 Heat detector (constant temperature);
 Heat detector (rate-of-rise and fixed temperature);
 Combined detector (photoelectric and constant temperature);
 Combined detector (photoelectric and rate-of-rise and fixed temperature);
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Input module (interface);
Input module (monitoring);
Output module (control);
I/O module (control and monitoring);
Multi-input model (interface);
Multi-input model (monitoring);
Multi-output module (control);
Multi-I/O module (control and monitoring);
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Manual call point;
Hydrant call point;
 Horn
 Beacon
 Horn/strobe
User may also set manually through ▲and ▼. The following types are available for selection by user.
 Horn/Strobe
 Back
 Sounder
 Broadcast
 Air-conditioner
 Roll door
 Elevator
 City power exchange
 Fire water electromotor
 Sprinkler electromotor
 Generator
 Sprinkler valve
 Fireproof door
 Fireproof valve
 Air in valve
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Air in fan
Air valve
Air out fan
Air out valve
Valve
Electromagnetic Valve
Agent
Water flow displayer
Hydrant
Pressure
Temperature sensing cable
Manual call point
IO module
Combined
Infrared
Heat
Photoelectric
Ion
Note: The types of equipment is shortening in display, please see attached list 1 for their
corresponding relationship.
Production type: This refers to the production types of detectors. The user may set these through auto
login or manually through ▲ and ▼. The following types are available for selection by the user.
 Hydrant call point
 Manual call point
 Combined detector
 Heat detector
 Photoelectric smoke detector
 Ion detector
 Beacon
 Horn
 Horn/Strobe
 Fireman control module
 Bus manual control module
 Monitor and control module
 Control module
 Monitor module
 I/O Module
Note: The types of production is shortening in display, please see attached list 2 for their
corresponding relationship.
Output mode: This refers to the output mode of the control module during a linkage output. It may be
selected through ▲and ▼. The following output models are available for selection by the user.
 Constant output: This means a module keeps outputting after it starts to operate until the control
panel is reset or gives a stop instruction.
 Pulse output: This means a module automatically stops outputting in 6 seconds later after it starts to
operate.
Operating mode: This is used for setting the sensitivity of a detector through ▲and ▼. There are three
sensitivities available as follows for selection by the user.
 Medium sensitivity
 Low sensitivity
 High sensitivity
Position: This is the description of the specific position of a piece of equipment. It may be used for
describing the specific positions of various equipment addresses. At most 7 Chinese characters or 14
letters may be inputted.
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When the cursor is at the Input Method Select option, the user may use ▲and ▼ to select between the
following four input methods.
 Digital Input
 Lowercase Input
 Uppercase Input
 Chinese Character Location Input
When a Chinese character is inputted, the cursor should be moved to the front of ‘:’ on the next line
under the input method.
Digital Input: In this input method, press the relevant numeric keys directly to input the wanted figure or
use ▼ to delete any wrongly inputted figures.
Lowercase Input: In this input method, the numeric key 2 stands for abc, 3 for def, 4 for ghi, 5 for jkl, 6 for
mno, 7 for pqrs, 8 for tuv, 9 for wxyz; when a numeric key is pressed, the corresponding letters will be
listed from left to right in a sequence of 1, 2, 3 and 4. For example, to input letters akz, just press the
numeric key 2 to display abc and 1 to input the letter a, then press the numeric key 5 to display jkl and 2
to input the letter k, and finally press the numeric key 9 to display wxyz and 4 to input the letter z. If the
user moves the cursor to the figure in front of “:” and presses other numeric keys, the current figure will
be covered, the newly inputted figure will be displayed and other letters may be inputted at this time. The
User may also move the cursor to a letter to be selected and then press ▲ to input the letter. Press ▼
to delete the wrongly inputted content.
Uppercase Input: The operation method is the same as that of the Lowercase Input.
Chinese Character Location Input: In this input method, the user can input a Chinese character by
pressing four numerical keys only. The User can move the cursor to the input digit and press another
numerical key to replace it. Under the text input mode, the user can press the ▼ key to delete the
wrongly inputted words. (It is the same as that in the following module setup) Finally press # key to save
the settings.
Note: After an address is set, press the # key to save the settings, otherwise the changed data
will be ignored.
§2-3-2 Auto login
Move the cursor to Auto login and then press the # key for login.
After login, the interface will display the following content.
After login, there are 99 sensors, 29 modules and 196 surplus addresses. Press the # key to save the
data. If the # key is not pressed at this time, a Login Completed interface will pop up periodically to
remind user to save the data.
§2-3-3 Linkage setup
Move the cursor to Linkage setup and then press the # key. After that, the interface will display the
following content.
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1) The User may set the System integration option by moving the cursor to the System option and
pressing the # key. The following content will be displayed.
The system integration is a kind of linkage in which a piece of monitoring equipment in the entire system
(including Ion, Photoelectric, Heat, Infrared, Complex, Interface, Manual Alarm, temperature sensing
cable, Pressure, Hydrant, flow detector and so on) may trigger module actions.
No.: This refers to the linkage number. There are 30 groups ranging from 01 to 30. Through this option,
the user can view, set or modify the linkage of the groups.
Register: Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Delay: This refers to the time delay after the control panel receives an alarm signal and before it makes
the module with the corresponding address act. The User can select among “000S”, “005S”, “010S”,
“030S”, “060S”, “090S”, “120S” and “150S” through▲and▼.
Address: This refers to the address of the module needed to be started by the system after an alarm is
given.
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save, or the * key to go back to the previous
menu.
2) The User may move the cursor to the Zone option and press the # key for setting. The following
content will be displayed.
The zone integration is a kind of linkage in which a piece of monitoring equipment in a zone (including
Ion, Photoelectric, Heat, Infrared, Complex, Interface, Manual Alarm, temperature sensing cable.
Pressure, Hydrant, flow detector and so on) may trigger module actions.
Group No.: This refers to the linkage number. There are 30 groups ranging from 01 to 30. Through this
option, the user can view, set or modify the linkage of the groups.
Zone No.: There are 15 groups of zone numbers from 01 to 15.
Register: Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Delay: This refers to the time delay after the control panel receives an alarm signal and before it makes
the module with the corresponding address act. The User can select among “000S”, “005S”, “010S”,
“030S”, “060S”, “090S”, “120S” and “150S” through▲ and ▼.
Address: This refers to the address of the module needed to be started by the system after an alarm is
given.
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save, or the * key to go back to the previous
menu.
3) The User may move the cursor to the Floor integration option and press the # key for setting. The
following content will be displayed.
The floor alarm integration is a kind of linkage in which a piece of monitoring equipment on a floor
(including Ion, Photoelectric, Heat, Infrared, Complex, Interface, Manual Alarm, temperature sensing
cable, Pressure, Hydrant, flow detector and so on) may trigger the module actions of the floor or the
floors close to it.
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Type: This is used for setting the type of the acting module of the floor through ▲ and ▼. The linkage
types include:
 Broadcast
 Air-conditioner
 Roll door
 Elevator
 Water flow displayer
 Fire water electromotor
 Sprinkler electromotor
 Generator
 Sprinkler valve
 Fireproof door
 Fireproof valve
 Air in valve
 Air in fan
 Air Valve
 Air out fan
 Air out Valve
 Valve
 Electromagnetic valve
 Agent
Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Updown floor: This means that neighboring floors act at the same time. “0” means that cross-floor does
not exist; and “1” means that cross-floor exists.
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save the settings and to set the next group, or
press the * key to go back to the previous menu.
4) The User may move the cursor to the Type option and press the # key for setting. The following
content will be displayed.
Type alarm integration refers to a kind of linkage in which a detector or module in the entire system
triggers the actions of another module when giving an alarm or making feedback.
Group No. This refers to the linkage number. There are 30 groups ranging from 01 to 30. Through this
option, the user can view, set or modify the linkage of the groups.
Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Type: This is used for setting the type of the equipment triggering the linkage through ▲ and ▼.
 Horn/Strobe
 Back
 Sounder
 Broadcast
 Air-conditioner
 Roll door
 Elevator
 City power exchange
 Fire water electromotor
 Sprinkler electromotor
 Generator
 Sprinkler Valve
 Fireproof door
 Fireproof valve
 Air in valve
 Air in fan
 Air valve
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Air out fan
Air out Valve
Valve
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 Electromagnetic Valve
 Agent
 Water flow displayer
 Hydrant
 Pressure
 Temperature sensing cable
 Manual call point
 I/O module
 Combined
 Infrared
 Heat
 Photoelectric
 Ion
Start: This refers to the address of the module needed to be started after the system gives an alarm.
Delay: This refers to the time delay after the control panel receives an alarm signal and before it makes
the module with the corresponding address act. The User can select among “000S”, “005S”, “010S”,
“030S”, “060S”, “090S”, “120S” and “150S” through ▲ and ▼.
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save the settings and to set the next group, or
press the * key to go back to the previous menu.
5) The user may move the cursor to the Complex option and press the # key for setting. The following
content will be displayed.
Complex integration is a kind of linkage in which the simultaneous alarming or feedback of two detectors
or modules in the system triggers module actions.
Group No.: This refers to the linkage number. There are 30 groups ranging from 01 to 30. Through this
option, the user can view, set or modify the linkage of the groups.
Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Addr 1: This refers to the address of a alarm detector or alarm (feedback) module triggering the module
actions.
Addr 2: This refers to the address of a alarm detector or alarm (feedback) module triggering the module
actions.
Delay: This refers to the time delay after the control panel receives an alarm signal and before it makes
the module with the corresponding address act. The user can select among “000S”, “005S”, “010S”,
“030S”, “060S”, “090S”, “120S” and “150S” through ▲ and ▼.
Start: This refers to the address of the module needed to be started after the system gives an alarm.
When the two pieces of equipment corresponding to address 1 and address 2 give an alarm or make
feedback at the same time, module actions will occur after the set time delay is reached.
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save the settings and to set the next group, or
press the * key to go back to the previous menu.
6) The user may move the cursor to the Sounder option and press the # key for setting. The following
content will be displayed.
Sounder integration is a kind of linkage in which a piece of monitoring equipment in a zone (including
Ion, Photoelectric, Heat, Infrared, Complex, Interface, Manual Alarm, temperature sensing cable,
Pressure, Hydrant, flow detector and so on) receives an alarm signal and starts the bell and the fire radio
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system of the zone where the alarm equipment is or of the neighboring floors.
Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Cross-floor: This means that neighboring floors act at the same time. “0” means that cross-floor does not
exist; and “1” means that cross-floor exists.
Start: Bell and horn/strobe
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save the settings and to set the next group, or
press the * key to go back to the previous menu.
Note: To make the linkage setup work, the Sounder Linkage and General Linkage on the panel
must be set in the auto mode, i.e. the Sounder Linkage and General Linkage indicators must be
on.
§2-3-4 Checking
Move the cursor to the checking option and then press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
Single point test: This can be done to test a specific piece of equipment.
Move the cursor to the Single point test option and press the # key to start a single point test. The
following content will be displayed.
§2-4 Cancel setup
Move the cursor to the Cancel option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
The cursor points out the setting item to be cleared. Press ▲ ▼ ◀ or ▶ to move the cursor to the
wanted setting item easily, and then press the # key to clear the setting item. After that, there will be a
screen refresh; it shows that the data has been deleted.
§2-5 Hand control key setup
Move the cursor to the Manual option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
Key No.: The user may input key numbers 1~8 corresponding to the eight manual control buttons on the
panel. The corresponding positions are shown in the figure below.
Register =1, valid; Register =0, invalid.
Address: This refers to the address of the module to be started.
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The buttons on the bus manual control panel can work only when the Bus Manual Control
Enabled/Disabled indicator is lit. When a key is pressed before it is set, the Request indicator will not be
lit; and when a key is set and pressed in order, the Request indicator will be lit and send a control signal
to the corresponding model. As long as there is feedback from the corresponding module when a key is
set, the Answer indicator will be lit, no matter whether or not the Bus Manual Control Enabled/Disabled
indicator is lit.
Note: After the setup is finished, press the # key to save, or the * key to go back to the previous
menu.
§2-6 History Record
Move the cursor to the Record option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
When the cursor is now at the Fire alarm option, the user may query the history of fire alarms by
pressing the # key. The user may move the cursor through ▲ ▼ ◀ or ▶ and press the # key to
query or delete the option where the cursor is. The system can record at most 999 pieces of information
for each kind of history. When there is a new piece of information after there have been 999 pieces
already, the earliest piece of information will be deleted automatically.
§2-7 Password setup
Move the cursor to the Password option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
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Press ▲ and▼ to move the cursor to modify the settings of Highest level, Manager level and Guarder
level.
 When logging in as a supervisor with highest level, the user can modify the settings for Supervisor
Password, Administrator Password and Attendant Password;
 When logging in as an administrator with manager level, the user can modify the Administrator
Password and Attendant Password; and
When logging in as an attendant with guarder level, user can modify the setting of Attendant
Password only.
Factory defaults of the password:
 Supervisor password: 888888
 Administrator password: 666666
 Attendant password: 000000
§2-7-1 Supervisor password setup
Move the cursor to the Highest level option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
Input the old password, and then input the new password twice and finally press the # key to save the
new setting.
§2-7-2 Administrator password setup
Move the cursor to the manager level option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
Input the old password, and then input the new password twice and finally press the # key to save the
new setting.
§2-7-3 Attendant Password Setup
Move the cursor to the guarder level option and press the # key. After that, the following content will be
displayed.
Input the old password, and then input the new password twice and finally press the # key to save the
new setting.
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§3 Display function
The system will display three interfaces, namely the fire alarm interface, the fault interface and the
request/feedback interface. The fire alarm interface will display first. The User can use the ◀ and ▶ keys
to switch between them for viewing.
The table above is the fire alarm interface. The words “Fire” are on the top left corner of the interface.
“001/000” shows that there are no fire alarms in all and the cursor is at the No.1 fire alarm;
The table above is the request/feedback interface. “Start 00/ Back 00” means that there are two requests
and two feedbacks; “00-01-10 02:00:59” is the system current time;
The table above is the fault interface. The word “Fault” is on the top left corner of the interface. “001/003”
means that there are 3 faults in all and the cursor is now at the first fault; “01:50” is the fault occurrence
time; “326” is the address No.; “-K” stands for open circuit fault; and “Battery Open” means that the
battery disconnection.
The user can use the ▲and ▼keys to move the cursor to read every record. The first record will always
display on the top, and the others will scroll. In the display interface, “-M” stands for missing, “-H” for fire
alarm, “-K” for open circuit fault, “-D” for short circuit fault, and “-L” for type mismatch. Of all the address
numbers, those from “001” to “324” are for the detectors and the modules; “000”, “327”, “325” and “326”
are for circuit fault, printer fault, AC fault and DC fault respectively; and those from “328” to “357” are for
fire display panel faults and correspond to fire display panels 01 to 30.
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III. External dimensions and installation dimensions

External dimensions and installation dimensions (mm)
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Diagram of case panel
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 Instructions on keys and indicators:
1. Indicators:
POWER: The power supply of the control panel has been connected.
FIRE: The control panel has received a fire alarm.
LINKAGE STARTING: There is a linkage result output in the system.
LINKAGE FEEDBACK: The field equipment is active and there is a feedback signal.
GEN-FAULT: There is a fault in the system.
SYS-FAULT: When the system fails or crashes, this indicator will be lit.
HORN/STROBE FAULT: There is a piece of important fire equipment (such as bell, horn/strobe, etc.)
that has failed.
SELF-CHECKING: When the system is entering the system test state, this indicator will be lit. Under this
state, the system receives no alarm information.
POWER FAULT: When the AC power fails in the power supply, this indicator will be lit to report an AC
fault.
POWER LOW: When the AC voltage is lower than 180V, this indicator will be lit to report an AC lack
fault.
BATTERY FAULT: In case of an open circuit of the standby batteries, this indicator will be lit to report a
DC fault.
BATTERY LACK: When the voltage of the standby batteries is lower than the working voltage, this
indicator will be lit.
KEYBOARD: Only when this indicator is on, the key operations on the panel can be accepted by the
main machine. And the PANEL MUTE key may be operated only when this indicator is off.
MANUAL CONTROL: Only when this indicator is on, the control keys of the bus manual control unit can
work.
GENERAL LINKAGE: Only after this indicator is lit and the main machine receives a fire alarm, the set
linkage can work.
SOUNDER LINKAGE: Only when this indicator is on, corresponding bell and the horn/strobe will act if
there is a fire alarm.
SOUNDER CONTROL: If it is lit, it shows that the bell and the horn/strobe corresponding to the current
fire alarm have been muted (stopped).
PANEL MUTE: If it is lit, it shows that the control panel (buzzer) has been muted (stopped).
2. Keys:
DIRECTION KEYS: Operating on the main machine and following the content displayed on the LCD to
make the cursor move up, down, left and right.
KEYBOARD: Operate this to lock or unlock the panel keyboard.
GENERAL LINKAGE: Operate this to enable or disable the linkage output during a fire alarm.
SOUNDER LINKAGE: Operate this to enable or disable the bell or horn/strobe output during a fire
alarm.
SOUNDER CONTROL: Operate this to stop or restart the bell or horn/strobe output during a fire alarm.
PANEL MUTE: Operate this to stop or restart the alarm output of the buzzer of the product.
Numeric keys 0 to 9: The user may create data setup for the product according to the prompts on the
LCD and through the numeric keys 0 to 9.
BUS CONTROL: This is used for starting or stopping the output of corresponding control modules.
*: This is for canceling an operation.
#: This is for confirming and saving an operation.
Note: When a letter is input, the numeric key 2 stands for abc, 3 for def, 4 for ghi, 5 for jkl, 6 for
mno, 7 for pqrs, 8 for tuv, and 9 for wxyz (it is the same as the letter layouts on cell phones and
telephone sets).
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IV. Wiring diagram

System diagram
Note: See the wiring diagram of detectors and modules for the wiring of the detectors, the
interface module, the monitoring module and the control module.
 Connecting terminal diagram:
Notes:
1) The BELL terminal is used for bell drive output. When there is no fire alarm in the system, the BELL
terminal will output 0V; when there is a fire alarm in the system, it will output +24V; and when the system
is muted, it will stop outputting.
2) The 24VK terminal is a resetting the power and power up the equipment needing another power
supply to recover from a power failure. When the system is recovering, the 24VK terminal will output 0V
in a short time and the said equipment will be powered up again.
3) Terminals ON, COM and OFF are the three contacts of the relays. When the system is in normal
operation, terminals COM and OFF are connected; and when the system has a fault, terminals COM and
ON are connected. After the Reset key is pressed, terminals COM and ON will be disconnected.
4) Terminals L+ and L- are the two connecting terminals for the circuit bus.
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5) Terminals A and B are the two communication data lines for display panels.
6) Terminal +24V GND is a 24V output terminal for the power supply.
7) Terminals OUTPUT AUTO are six groups of multi-line linkage output terminals (see §2-8 Operating
instructions on multi-line linkage control).
 Connecting terminals of the terminal board
1
*1
2
*2 OUTPUT
Control output line
3
*3
*4
4
AUTO
External auto signal access lines
*5
5

Connection terminals of load
Black
Black
Red
Yellow
Blue
Red
Yellow
Blue
V. Main technical parameters
Major technical parameters of AW-AFP2188 fire alarm control panel
 Capacity
AW-AFP2188 system capacity: 324 points (non-polarity, two buses, fully mixed coding)
 AC input voltage: AC 220V±20% 50Hz
AC input power: 120W
 DC power: DC24V 5.0Ah, two fully sealed maintenance-free DC12V 5.0Ah storage batteries
connected in series
The 24V DC power has a long-term constant output current of 6A.
The 5V DC power has a long-term constant output current of 4A.
 Circuit bus: two-wire system; total length: ≤1500m
 Voltage UL of the circuit bus:
+20V≤UL≤+26V(when the DC power is operating)
+24V≤UL≤+26V(when the AC power is operating)
 System working conditions
1. Temperature: -10℃~+50℃
2. Humidity: ≤95%
3. Power supply:
AC 220V
50HZ
DC
24V
6A
4. Output contact capacity: AC 220V 1A
DC 27.6V 3A
See the specifications of detectors and modules for the specific technical parameters of the detectors,
the interface module, the monitoring module and the control module.
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VI. Precautions
1. KEY ON/OFF: The user needs to press KEYBOARD and input the correct password to operate the
keyboard for setting the system and other equipment when the system is on the main interface and the
keyboard is locked or when there is a FIRE or FAULT. There are three chances for password inputting.
2. Save: To save the changed data after an operation, press the # key. If the * key is pressed, the
operation will be canceled, and the data will remain unchanged. If the system is restarted after a power
failure before the changed data is saved, the unsaved data will be lost.
3. Timeout Cancel: If the system is waiting for the next click and no key is pressed within three
minutes, the system will automatically cancel the whole operation, return to the main interface and lock
the keyboard. At this time all the operations carried out in the period will be ‘forgotten’.
4. KEY OFF: If it is found that the keyboard is unlocked after the system goes back to the main
interface, the keyboard will be locked after the KEYBOARD is pressed. If no key is pressed within three
minutes, the system will automatically return to the main interface and lock the keyboard.
5. Address No.: The address numbers are the physical codes of the detectors and modules. When
they are configured on the control panel, the address number ranges from 001 to 324. The addressing of
the detectors and modules may be done freely. It is not allowed to set two address numbers that are the
same on a single circuit.
6. Type: The types of interface input may be selected through the ▲ and▼ keys. The type of
corresponding actual equipment refers to the type of the detector or module that is connected to it. For
example, Ion stands for an ion smoke detector, Interface for an interface module, etc.
7. Zone\Floor\Room No.: The zone\floor\room numbers are coded by the user: a room number is a
3-digit figure (1~255); a zone number is a 2-digit figure (1~15); and a floor number is a 2-digit figure (-9
~89) too. The zone\floor\room numbers are corresponding to the addresses composed of address
numbers.
8. The zone\floor\room numbers are repeatable. The zone\floor\room numbers are basic data for
the system, and all the system configurations are based on the zone\floor\room numbers. Hence
the zone\floor\room numbers must be carefully planned to avoid by all means midway changes.
9. Register: “1” stands for connection and “0” for disconnection.
10. It can be connected with a mini-printer.
11. It can be connected with some floor fire display panels.
12. Alarm Threshold: This includes high sensitivity, medium sensitivity, and low sensitivity.
13. Control Mode: Impulse output will output one pulse; and constant output is a continuous output.
14. System Alarm Linkage: This refers to the linkage modules that may be triggered by any detector
or module alarm in the entire system.
15. Time Delay: This refers to the module start-up time delay set in the linkage operation, which can set
at 0 second, 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 60 seconds, 90 seconds, 120 seconds or 150
seconds.
16. Zone Alarm Linkage: This refers to the linkage modules that may be triggered by any detector or
manual alarm in a zone. At most 15 zones and 30 groups in all can be set.
17. Floor Alarm Linkage: This refers to the corresponding module action of the floor where a detector
or module giving an alarm is.
18. Updown floor: Updown floor means that neighboring floors realize linkage. The ‘floor’ is defined by
the user when setting modules and detectors, and it may correspond to the actual floor or not. “0” means
that the cross-floor does not exist; and “1” means that cross-floor exists.
19. Type Alarm Linkage: This refers to the module actions triggered by the actions of a certain type of
alarm points.
20. Composite Alarm Linkage: This refers to module actions that can only be triggered when two
detectors or modules act simultaneously. The Group No. is coded by the user.
21. Sounder: This is used for controlling the bell and the fire radio system.
22. Cancel: This is mainly used to clear the linkage settings.
23. Bus control keys: Only when the Bus Manual Control Enabled/Disabled indicator is on and these
keys are configured can these keys on the bus manual control panel work. There are 8 keys of this sort
in all.
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F189 ADDRESS WRITER
Front: (see the right figure)
Digitron: This is used for displaying decimal addresses.
Note: Function of increasing an address by 1 automatically: This function will work only after a coding is
successfully done and the coded object shown on the LED is taken away from the coding base.
Top cover interface: (see the right figure)
No.1: JP1, interface port
No.2: 24V power interface (for powering up the buses)
No.3: 24VDC power adapter interface
No.4: This is a switch for selecting the old or new bus protocol. After it is pulled up, the new bus protocol
is applicable; and when it is pulled down, the old bus protocol is applicable. During bus switching, the
LED will respectively display “324” (new) and “199” (old).
No.5: This is a start/stop key when the control panel is powered up by batteries. Pressing it for about 1
second when the control panel is operating will make the control panel shut down.
Precautions:
1. If an external power supply is used, there will be no power switch and the control panel will
be started after it is powered up; and when the batteries have insufficient electric quantity, the
system will remind the user of it by making the buzzer sound once every 30s.
2. If no operations are done within one minute when batteries are used, the LED screen will go
out. The LED will display again if a key is pressed within five minutes. If there are no operations
during the period, automatic shutdown will occur.
3. It would be best to use an external power supply during coding or code reading toward the
multi-wire PCB or multi-line modules.
Troubleshooting methods for common faults:
1. Why are there frequent error prompts during coding or code reading?
Please check if the switch for selecting the old or new bus protocol is correctly operated.
2. If batteries are used, the product will shut down immediately after it is started through the START
key.
This is because of low voltage of the batteries. Please charge the batteries.
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Attached list 1:
Attached list 2:
Equipment type
Shortening
Equipment type
Shortening
Ion
LZ
Ion smoke detector
LZ
Photoelectric
GD
Photoelectric smoke
GD
Heat
WG
detector
Infrared
HW
Heat detector
WG
Combined
FH
Infrared smoke detector
HW
I/O module
JK
Combined detector
FH
Manual call point
SB
Manual call point
SB
Temperature sensing
WL
Hydrant call point
XS
I/O module
JK
cable
Pressure
YL
Monitor module
JS
Hydrant
XS
Control module
KZ
Water flow displayer
SZ
Monitor and control module
KZJ
Agent
QT
Bus manual control module
ZX
Electromagnetic valve
CF
Fireman control module
LD
Gate valve
ZF
Horn/strobe
SG
Air out valve
PF
Horn
SG1
Air out fan
PF1
Beacon
SG2
Air valve
FF
Air in fan
SF
Air in valve
SF1
Fireproof valve
FF1
Fireproof door
FM
Sprinkler valve
LF
Generator
FD
Sprinkler electromotor
LB
Fire water electromotor
XB
City power exchange
QS
Elevator
DT
Roll door
JL
Air-condition
KT
Broadcast
GB
Sounder
YY
Back
FH
Horn/strobe
SG
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