ABB i-bus® KNX Application Manual Security in Buildings

ABB i-bus® KNX Application Manual Security in Buildings
ABB i-bus® KNX
Application Manual
Security in Buildings
ABB i-bus® KNX
Contents
Contents
Page
1
General .................................................................................................. 3
1.1
Application manual ABB i-bus® KNX Security in buildings ............................................................3
2
Introduction ........................................................................................... 5
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.4
2.5
Standards and norms ....................................................................................................................5
German standards and norms .......................................................................................................5
Europe (within the European Union) .............................................................................................6
Countries outside Europe or the EU ..............................................................................................6
Terminology in security technology................................................................................................7
Circuit principle with an alarm system ...........................................................................................9
Secondary line ...............................................................................................................................9
Primary line..................................................................................................................................10
Connection of a setting device ....................................................................................................11
Connection of strobes/sirens .......................................................................................................12
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Configuration of an alarm/surveillance system ABB i-bus® KNX .. 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.1.1
3.4.1.2
3.4.1.3
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.1.1
3.5.1.2
Sensors/detectors........................................................................................................................15
Alarming ......................................................................................................................................17
Setting device ..............................................................................................................................18
Further devices and functions .....................................................................................................21
How do I connect the devices, sensors, sirens/strobes and setting unit
to the KNX? .................................................................................................................................22
Security Terminal MT/S x.12.2M..................................................................................................24
Security Terminal MT/U 2.12.2 ....................................................................................................25
Security Module SCM/S 1.1 ........................................................................................................26
Where are the limits of the “KNX Solutions”? ..............................................................................28
Solution with Intrusion Alarm Panel L240 ....................................................................................28
The most important features of the Intrusion Alarm Panel L240 .................................................29
Solution with EMZ L240 and KNX Interface XS/S 1.1 .................................................................29
4
Extended safety functions with ABB i-bus® KNX ............................ 33
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.2
4.2.1
4.3
Hold-up button .............................................................................................................................33
Path 1: Universal Interface US/U x.2 ..........................................................................................34
Path 2: KNX push button .............................................................................................................34
What type of alarm is triggered with a hold-up button? ...............................................................36
Occupancy simulation .................................................................................................................37
What is an occupancy simulation? ..............................................................................................37
Triggering actions in the house with setting/unsetting or alarm
and technical alarms....................................................................................................................38
Implementation of additional functions enable/disable as well as flashing ..................................43
Buffering the KNX voltage and the 12 V voltage supply
(Uninterrupted operation) ............................................................................................................45
12 V supply of the Security Terminal, L240, sirens/strobes as well as
selected sensors..........................................................................................................................46
KNX power supply 30 V DC ........................................................................................................47
Batteries (identical for both voltage supplies) ..............................................................................48
Connection of sensors to the Security Terminals ........................................................................49
Connection of the Setting Device SafeKey via Switch Module SSM ...........................................51
Connection of the Combination Signalling Device SSF/GB (strobes/sirens)...............................53
Integration of an alarm system with ABB i-bus® KNX in the telephone network or Internet
using the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2 ......................................................................................54
Self-monitoring of a security system with ABB i-bus® KNX .........................................................55
Short circuit or open circuit of the sensor connection ..................................................................56
Monitoring of the KNX connection and the 12 V supply with
Security Terminal MT/x and Security Module SCM/S 1.1 ............................................................57
Monitoring of the sirens/strobes ..................................................................................................58
Monitoring of the switch actuator with connected siren/strobe ....................................................59
4.3.1
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.5
4.5.1
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
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4.8.6
4.9
5
Monitoring of the voltage supply KNX (SU/S 30.640.5) and
12 V (NTU/S 2000.1) ...................................................................................................................60
Monitoring of the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2..........................................................................61
Comparison of the three solutions Security Terminal MT/x, Security Module SCM/S 1.1
with Security Terminal MT/x, Intrusion Alarm Panel L240 with KNX Interface XS/S 1.1 .............62
Apartment project example with Security Terminal
MT/S 8.12.2M ....................................................................................... 63
Checklist Security............................................................................... 65
Description of the colours/symbols see inside back cover
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General
The ABB i-bus® KNX systems offer an attractive solution, which fulfils the highest standards in residential,
commercial and public buildings. By interconnecting ABB Security Technology with the ABB i-bus® KNX
system, the quality of living, comfort and safety can be easily combined with cost-effectiveness and environmental awareness.
The ABB i-bus® KNX products cover the entire range of applications in buildings: from illumination and
blind control to heating, ventilation, energy management, security and surveillance. These demands can
be realised cost-effectively by ABB Security Technology in combination with the ABB i-bus® KNX system
with minimal planning and installation effort. Furthermore, the flexible usage of rooms and the continuous
adaptation to changing requirements are simple to implement.
Important for the realisation of the elevated demands of building users is, however, professional and
detailed planning. This application manual – from practical application for practical usage – is intended to
assist simpler planning and implementation of a project.
1.1
Application manual ABB i-bus® KNX Security in Buildings
After a short introduction, this application manual will present some explanations about the fundamentals
of security technology. They are independent of the KNX technology.
They include standards and norms as well as general security technology terminology.
Subsequently, the implementation of simple surveillance systems right up to sophisticated solutions incorporating all the classical functions of an alarm system are explained in detail. Furthermore, the benefits
of the common system platform consisting of ABB Security Technology and ABB i-bus® KNX are depicted
many times. Set-up of an ABB i-bus® KNX system exclusively for security functions is not useful.
ABB Security Technology offers a proven product range if security functions alone are to be implemented
in a building without intelligent building control technology.
The selection possibilities of the individual security functions and their combination possibilities are very
comprehensive. The checklist from ABB has proven to be very useful for simplification of the engineering
involved.
A checklist template can be found in the Appendix.
Note
The application manual is intended for persons who already have acquired basic knowledge of
ABB i-bus® KNX (basic functions, topology, addressing, …), e.g. in a certified ABB i-bus® KNX training
session.
Detailed fundamental security technology knowledge is provided by the manual Security Technology,
Intrusion Alarm Systems, Planning and Wiring Instructions. This security technology knowledge should
be supplemented by the respective training sessions, e.g. at the regular security technology seminars
at ABB.
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Introduction
The combination of ABB Security Technology components and the ABB i-bus® KNX devices enable optimum object surveillance and monitors buildings for unauthorized access. Furthermore, hold-up devices
provide the opportunity to send emergency signals. Technical alarms (water, smoke, gas) can also be
integrated.
The combination of ABB Security Technology with ABB i-bus® KNX allows extended functions to be implemented. They serve the comfort and the security needs of the occupants.
ABB i-bus® KNX is used in the following applications:
•
Person and object protection
•
Door and window surveillance
•
Fire and smoke detection
•
Hazard and intrusion detection
•
Technical alarm
•
Emergency signals
•
Occupancy simulation
•
Panic alarm (refer also to chapter 5.2 of the Lighting application manual)
Before solutions and their implementation are presented with ABB i-bus® KNX, it is necessary to consider
a few fundamentals independently of KNX. They are standards and norms as well as general security
technology terminology.
2.1.1
Standards and norms
In many countries and regions, there are guidelines for planning, operation and the components employed
in surveillance and alarm systems. These ensure that the corresponding system meets all the necessary
requirements. Should a system malfunction, it can lead to material and data losses and, in the worst case,
can result in the loss of life.
Furthermore, it is essential for insurance companies to know how a building is protected when estimating
the insurance risks of a building.
When surveillance systems are employed in buildings, national and international standards may need to
be observed. Implementation using KNX is of course orientated to these standards. The options go partly
beyond them.
However, full compliance with these standards is unnecessary with most projects. ABB Security Technology combined with ABB i-bus® KNX is the ideal solution for these projects.
2.1.1
German standards and norms
VdS 2311: Guidelines for planning and installation of intrusion alarm systems.
These guidelines are subdivided with regard to the project into three risk classes (A-C)
VdS 3431: Guidelines for hazard alarm systems
They relate specifically to domestic systems (Home Security).
The VdS Schadensverhütungs-GmbH (the German Authority on Safety and Security) is a wholly-owned
subsidiary of the Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft (GDV) (German Insurance Association (GDV).
According to its own company information, it is the most important test institute in Germany for fire prevention and security. VdS certification is the established standard in Germany in surveillance systems.
For further information see: www.vds.de
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2.1.2
Europe (within the European Union)
EN 50131: EU standard for alarm systems, intrusion and hold-up alarm systems.
The standard defines the requirements for intrusion and hold-up alarm systems installed in buildings.
The requirements are classified into stage 1 for low risk to stage 4 for high risk.
For further information see: www.certalarm.org
Similar to Germany, there are, at least for the present, diverse national standards in other countries.
2.1.3
Countries outside Europe or the EU
Stringent national standards apply in countries outside the EU. The ISO organisation
(International Standards) plans to transform the EN 50131 to a worldwide applicable IEC 62642 standard.
IEC 62642: Draft standard for alarm systems, intrusion and hold-up alarm systems.
This international draft standard is intended to define the requirements in intrusion and hold-up alarm
systems for the international market.
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Terminology in security technology
The basic layout of an intrusion alarm panel (VdS - Intruder alarm control and indicating equipment I-CIE)
is as follows:
Power supply
(Mains/Battery)
Lock monitoring
Internal alarming
(Sirens)
Zone for peripheral monitoring
Zone for interior monitoring
External alarming
(Sirens, strobes)
Zone for tamper monitoring
Alarm panel
Zone for technical alarms
Silent alarming
(Intrusion, hold-up, tampering)
Zone for hold-up
Status messages
(Set/unset, fault)
Setting, external
Setting, internal
Operation
Display
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I-CIE = intrusion alarm panel
Lock monitoring
Peripheral
Interior
Tamper
Hold-up
Setting, external
Setting, internal
Internal alarm
External alarm
Silent alarm
Status messages
Operation and display
Zone
Technical alarm
Meaning
Central components, to which further devices and equipment
are connected
Used, for example, to determine if the entrance door or windows
are closed
Sensors connected to the windows, doors or walls, e.g. glass break
sensors
Room surveillance sensors, e.g. motion detectors
Self-monitoring of the system, e.g. cover tamper contact of an external
siren
Hold-up device, e.g. with hold-up button
Activation of the alarm system when leaving the building
Setting of the alarm system when persons are present,
e.g. at night
Alarm by an internal siren with internal setting
Strobe/siren on the exterior
Alarm via a telephone as a voice message, e.g. to a security company
or as an SMS text message to a predefined number.
Messages of the alarm system displayed on a display in the building,
e.g. showing that the system is set
Operation of the system via the display and representation
of the status messages, e.g. window open
Represents a circuit with security technology sensors. A zone or
detector circuit can consist of several detectors connected as a group
Connection of sensors, e.g. smoke, water and gas detectors
Note
Increasingly, the installation of smoke detectors in new buildings and in existing buildings is becoming
mandatory. This provides effective protection of lives in the event of a fire.
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2.3
Circuit principle with an alarm system
Triggering of a detector in a surveillance system, referred to as a fault (alarm), is based on an open circuit
or short circuit being applied. The intrusion alarm panel registers this by a series of measurements and
implements appropriate measures.
A differentiation is made between a primary line and a secondary line.
2.3.1
Secondary line
A secondary line is a non-monitored line that is easy to tamper. These are either open loop or closed loop
circuits.
Closed loop circuits
Normally closed contacts are closed in their normal state (NC), and a current flows.
Normally closed contacts
Alarm panel
Normally closed contacts, e.g., are magnet contacts for monitoring window opening/closing.
Open loop circuits
Normally open contacts are opened in their normal state (NO), and no current flows.
Normally open contacts
Alarm panel
Normally open contacts, e.g., are for monitoring whether a door/window is closed or locked up.
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Primary line
A primary line is monitored for short circuits and open circuits.
Normally a certain current will flow. If the line is interrupted, current will no longer flow. A message is then
sent. On a short circuit of the line, an increased current will flow, and a message is also sent. This functionality is achieved by the connection of a 2.7 kOhm termination resistor at the end of the line.
A primary line facilitates the connection of both normally closed contacts and normally open contacts in
combination. Refer to the following circuit diagram:
Normally closed contacts
End of line
resistor
2.7 kΩ
Alarm panel
Normally open contacts
The primary line corresponds to a zone here. Various intrusion detectors, e.g. magnet contacts, glass
break sensors or motion detectors are connected for each zone.
Tips
The VdS standard in Germany stipulates that a maximum of 20 sensors can be connected per zone.
For reasons of clarity and easy identification of a message from a zone to the “faulty” sensor, the
number of sensors should be reduced. Five or six sensors per zone has proved to be useful in practice.
When magnetic contacts are used on windows for heating/air conditioning control (window open ➔
heating/cooling should be switched off), ensure that a zone is planned for all contacts of a room.
Here you can see an electrical circuit diagram of a zone to clarify the function of a primary line.
12 V
Alarm panel
Fault/alarm
12 V
2,7 kΩ
6,2 V
6V
Normally closed contacts
OK
5,8 V
2,7 kΩ
Fault/alarm
0V
Normally open contacts
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The potential on the plus pole of the zone input is 6 V in the fault free state. A tolerance of +/- 0.2 V is
permissible.
Should the line be short circuited at the input (normally open contact closed or shorted out due to tampering), the potential is practically 0 V, and fault/alarm is signalled.
Should the line have an open circuit at the output (normally closed contact opened or open circuit due to
tampering/defect), the potential is practically 12 V, and fault/alarm is signalled.
Tip
In the event of a fault, the voltage value at the connection terminals should be measured with a
Voltmeter (set to DC voltage).
2.4
Connection of a setting device
A setting device is a component that facilitates the activation of the alarm system, i.e. to put the system
into the “set” state. When a sensor is triggered, e.g. by a motion detector, an alarm is activated. Setting
can, for example, be implemented on a display in a building or externally via an electronic lock.
12 V
Alarm panel
(unset)
Tampering
12 V
Setting device
6,8 V
Set
6,4 V
3 kΩ
2,7 kΩ
Setting
contact
Tampering
6,2 V
Unset
560 Ω
5,8 V
Tampering
0V
0V
By connecting a 560 Ohm resistor in parallel with a setting contact, three states (set, unset and tamper)
can be differentiated. A setting request is sent first of all. Now all devices are scanned. Setting is possible
when all the devices are in the fault-free state. A message is sent if this is not the case. The system is set
with an open contact and unset with a closed contact.
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Connection of strobes/sirens
Connection of strobes and sirens to the intrusion alarm panel is performed in the classic fashion via a relay
contact with 12 V. On a combination of Safety Technology and ABB i-bus® KNX, the connection is via the
output of a switch actuator.
Alarm panel
Tip
It is also very useful to integrate the cover tamper contact of the external siren/strobe into the zone,
e.g. in a separate tamper group. Should there be an attempt at tampering or sabotage on the external
siren/strobe, a separate tamper alarm is triggered in this way .
Alarm memory
When an alarm is triggered, it is important to be able to trace the detector or zone that has been activated.
The path of an intruder can be determined in this way. The alarm memory ensures that the triggered zone
cannot reset itself on alarm, e.g. due to closing of the window after a forced entry. The alarm memory can
only be deleted, when the device is reset.
Reset
At a reset (reset of the system), the zones are briefly disconnected from the voltage supply, so that devices
with an integrated alarm memory (water detectors, passive glass break sensors) are again ready to function.
Furthermore, the alarm memory as well as all existing alarms are reset. All triggered zones and existing
faults must be remedied beforehand.
A reset can only be performed in the unset state.
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Emergency power back-up time
Emergency power back-up time is the time for which the monitoring system is powered by battery power in
the event of a supply voltage failure. The battery capacity should be rated to ensure that the power supply
is sufficient for the entire monitoring system in the event of a supply voltage failure, even over the course
of several hours. Refer to chapter 4.8.
Unavoidability
It is essential that an alarm system always functions securely. As stated, it deals with the protection
of people and valuable goods and malfunctions are highly problematic. Incorrect external alarms with
strobes/sirens are not acceptable. In the worst case the customer will switch off the system and no longer
use it.
Possible causes for malfunction are as follows:
•
Poor quality or non-operationally safe components
•
Poor planning
•
Incorrect installation
•
Improper operation
The first three points can be be excluded by the behaviour of a suitable and responsible installer and the
selection of the right equipment.
It is important to leave the customer with a system where incorrect functioning due to improper operation is
not possible.
Unavoidable setting/unsetting is important here:
•
Setting should only be possible when all zones are fault free. This functionality is provided with all
ABB solutions.
•
Access to the building is only possible when the system is unset. This is possible, e.g. with an electromechanical blocking device in the entrance door, refer to chapter 4.5.1. ABB provides the corresponding components for this basic functionality.
However, a malfunction cannot always be excluded by improper operation; here are two classic examples:
1)
Delayed setting: The user neglects to deactivate the alarm within the delay time after entering the
building and unintentionally activates an alarm.
2)
Internal setting: The user opens a window after internal setting and triggers an alarm.
This situation can only be avoided by the discipline of the user and requires the customer to be instructed
accordingly.
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Configuration of an alarm/surveillance system with
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Necessary components of an alarm/surveillance system with KNX are:
3.1
•
Sensors/detectors
•
Signalling device
•
Setting device
•
ABB i-bus® KNX device as an interface
Sensors/detectors
The following sensors are generally used:
•
Glass break sensors for monitoring glass in windows and doors
•
Magnet contacts for monitoring opening of doors and windows
•
Locking sensors to ensure that windows and doors are locked
•
Motion detectors for indoor surveillance (persons)
•
Hold-up buttons for alarming during a hold-up
Further special detectors, e.g. vibration detectors are not mentioned here, as they are practically never
used together with KNX.
Additionally, you can also connect technical alarm sensors:
•
Fire/smoke detectors
•
Water sensors
•
Gas sensors
All of these detectors are standard sensors that provide a contact (normally open or normally closed).
Use of technical detectors, e.g. for compliance with mandatory smoke alarm requirement, provides added
value for a surveillance system by the detection of all dangers.
In principle, a wide range of devices are available on the market.
ABB provides a diverse range of security technology components, refer to the brochure
Intelligent Building Control Technology or to the Catalogue Product Range Overview. Please consult the
technical data for the corresponding devices.
These components from ABB are high-grade, VdS certified products. They have a very long service life
and are very high quality.
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Interior monitoring
Technical detectors
Passive infra-red detector
Water detector
Hold-up button
Optical smoke detector
Gas detector
Peripheral monitoring
Lock monitoring
Magnet contact
Lock bolt switching contact
Lock monitoring for windows
Glass break sensor
Figure 1: Overview of security technology sensors
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3.2
Alarming
In case of an event, the respective alarm must follow, i.e. it is necessary to externally indicate that something has happened. A differentiation is made between external and internal alarm as well as a silent
alarm:
•
External alarm: A siren and/or strobe are installed in a highly visible but difficult to access location on
the building exterior. A second siren is also installed externally at a non-visible location. Usually combined strobe/siren units are installed. In the alarm condition the strobe remains active until it is reset.
The alarm for the siren is generally limited to a maximum of three minutes to avoid a sustained level of
nuisance noise. Connection to the KNX is implemented via relay outputs, e.g. on a Security Terminal
or via a Switch Actuator.
•
Internal alarm: An internal siren is quieter and smaller than an external siren and is installed indoors.
It is connected to the KNX via a Switch Actuator.
•
Silent alarm: If an alarm is triggered, a message is sent to a predefined telephone using the Telephone
Gateway TG/S 3.2. The recipient can be any telephone, e.g. your own mobile telephone, the telephone of a trusted person or neighbour as well as a private security company, and in selected cases,
the police.
Benefits
During a silent alarm it is possible to send additional voice messages about the type of alarm concerned, e.g. whether it is an intrusion, hold-up, tamper or a technical alarm. The Telephone Gateway
can send this message by SMS or e-mail.
Siren / strobe
Internal warning device (“Solid State Siren”)
Telephone Gateway
Figure 2: Warning devices and Telephone Gateway
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In the following, various alarming methods and types are represented depending on the message and
setting state. They are standard assignments that can, however, be modified thanks to the flexibility of the
KNX.
Type of message
Setting state
Internal
warning device
External
warning device
Telephone
Gateway
Intrusion alarm
Internally set
yes
no
no
Externally set
no
yes
yes
Unset
yes
no
no
Internally set
yes
no
no
Externally set
no
yes
yes
Fault
irrelevant
no
no
yes
Personal attack
alarm
irrelevant
no
no
yes
Technical alarm
Unset
yes
no
no
Internally set
yes
no
no
Externally set
no
no
yes
Tamper alarm
Figure 3: Alarming types
3.3
Setting device
A setting device allows the system to be activated, that is to say set. A differentiation is made between
internal and external setting. An external setting can be implemented with a delay.
•
Internal setting: This continues as long as occupants are in the house, e.g when they go to bed at
night. With this type of setting, only the building peripherals (windows and door contacts, glass break
sensors) are activated. Any motion detectors that may exist are not included so that occupants may
move around inside the house or apartment without triggering an alarm. The internal setting is normally undertaken with the help of a display, where the system can be operated with a password-protected
page.
•
External setting: This is undertake externally after you have left the premises. The entire alarm/surveillance system is activated, including any existing motion detectors.
•
Delayed external setting: With delayed setting, external setting is performed within the building.
A delay time determines the time frame in which the building must be vacated after the setting has
been implemented. If the building is not vacated within this time, the alarm is not set as the internal
and/or peripheral detectors register the presence of persons in the building. In order to unset the system again, the interior and/or peripheral detectors in the delayed setting area must feature an alarm
delay, and the system must again be unset. If the system is not unset during the alarm delay,
an intrusion alarm occurs.
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Setting
Unsetting
Setting request:
Delay time starts
User opens the door:
Delay time starts
User leaves
building
User proceeds
to setting device
System sets
automatically
User unsets
system
Figure 4: Principle of delayed setting/unsetting
Different components can be considered as setting devices:
Internal or delayed external setting, operation in the building
For this purpose, control panels, displays or other KNX push buttons are available. A KNX push button with
a long button push or multiple operation can, for example, be programmed for this function, so that incorrect operation can be avoided. Setting can be undertaken on a KNX display using a PIN code.
External setting operation outside the building
A keyswitch, setting locks, e.g. SafeKey or similar components are used here. In the simplest case,
a binary contact is used for connection to the KNX.
A SafeKey is connected to a Security Terminal via a switch module.
For further information see: Chapter 4.5.1.
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SafeKey
Keyswitch
Non-contact setting device
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3.4
Further devices and functions
Internal setting can be undertaken via a KNX display. This allows it to be used for further displays and
operations:
•
Display concerning the state of the sensors, e.g. window open/closed
•
Reset of the system after a fault (Reset)
•
Limited shutdown of a zone, e.g. a bedroom window may be opened at night in summer for ventilation
•
Event log – what has happened (read out of the log)
Also possible, depending on the technical solution via KNX, is the use of intelligence in the form of a logic
module or application unit. This is very rarely the case because of the performance of the corresponding
KNX devices (security terminal or security module).
Busch Room/ControlPanel®
Application Unit ABL/S 2.1
Busch ComfortPanel® or Busch ComfortTouch®
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3.4.1
How do I connect the devices, sensors, sirens/strobes and setting unit to the KNX
The sensors concerned are generally binary contacts, i.e. a KNX component is required, featuring inputs
for connection of the contacts. Use of Binary Inputs (Universal Interface US/U x.2 and Binary Inputs BE/S)
is not useful as the job is usually not completed just with the detection of the signals. Other aspects also
speak against Binary Inputs, refer to Advantages of Security Terminals compared to Binary Inputs on the
following page. Binary Inputs were only used at the early origins of the KNX when no other special components were available.
The basis component for connection of security sensors is the Security Terminal.
At the present time there are three versions available:
•
MT/U 2.12.2 (2-channel device, FM)
•
MT/S 4.12.2M (4-channel device, MDRC)
•
MT/S 8.12.2M (8-channel device, MDRC)
The Security Terminal is used for monitoring connected passive detectors, e.g. magnet contacts and/or
glass break sensors on the ABB i-bus® KNX and/or for connection of other floating contacts in applications
with enhanced security requirements.
Monitored
cables
Security Terminal
MT/S x.12.2M or
MT/U 2.12.2
KNX
Security
Module
SCM/S
EOL resistor
2,7 kOhm
Security
technology detectors
Figure 5: Sensor connection principle to the Security Terminal
The cable between sensors and the input on the Security Terminal is monitored by a 2.7 kOhm end of line
resistor against short circuits and open circuits.
For further information see: Chapter 2.3.2.
Note
By modification of the programming of the Security Terminal, it is still possible to connect sensors
without monitoring (without end of line resistor (EOL)) just like normal binary inputs.
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Input zone
Zone (primary line)
12 V DC
Detectors
VREF2
2,7 kOhm
Normally open
Normally closed
EOL resistor
2,7 kOhm
VREF1
GND
Figure 6: Circuit diagram of a detector circuit
Normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) contacts represent real sensors in this case, e.g. a magnet
contact. Sensors in a zone are compiled to logical units (zones) in practice.
Example
All windows in a room with magnet contacts and glass break sensors are assigned to a group.
Advantages of Security Terminals compared to Binary Inputs
•
Monitored lines (primary circuits) offer protection against unintentional or intentional disconnection/
short circuit.
•
The max. cable length is considerably longer than a Binary Input with contact scanning
•
At reset the zones are briefly disconnected from the voltage supply. This is necessary for resetting of
certain detectors, e.g. glass break sensors
•
The scanning voltage is compatible to intrusion detection detectors. They are electrically isolated from
the KNX
•
The Security Terminal delivers control signals “Walk test” or “set-unset” for motion detectors or setting
devices
•
Relay outputs are provided for connection of strobes/sirens
•
The logic of a surveillance system is available in a Security Terminal, so that no external logic is generally necessary. Thus no “self-made solutions” that lead to frequent incorrect alarms occur.
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3.4.1.1
Security Terminal MT/S X.12.2M
Two devices are available:
MT/S 8.12.2M for up to 8 zones
MT/S 4.12.2M for up to 4 zones
Both devices are identical apart from the number of channels.
MT/S 8.12.2M, Security Terminal, 8-fold, MDRC
Technical data:
– 8 zones
– 1 floating relay output (12 … 24 V DC)
– 2 x 12 V DC relay outputs with max. short-circuit current 0.6 A
– 12 V DC auxiliary voltage (current consumption: 13 … 83 mA)
Zones A...H
LEDs:
Zones A...H
Set/Unset
Manual operation
12 V DC relay outputs
Push buttons:
Manual Operation
Reset
12 V DC relay outputs
12 V DC relay outputs
Floating relay output
12 V DC auxiliary voltage input
Figure 7: Overview of Security Terminal MT/S
This device provides all basic functions of the security technology, i.e. Setting/Unsetting, Reset,
Set feedback.
Security Terminal
MT/S x.12.2M or
MT/U 2.12.2
KNX
BuschComfortPanel ®
KNX
push button
Figure 8: Principle of configuration of a surveillance system with a Security Terminal
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Example
Typical application areas of this device are in smaller projects (detached house) with a maximum of
8 zones and the following functions:
3.4.1.2
•
Monitoring of the windows on the ground floor and cellar using magnet contacts
•
Indoor surveillance (staircase, hall) with motion detectors
•
Monitoring of the entrance doors
•
Setting via corresponding devices on the entrance doors
•
Alarming via strobes/sirens
Security Terminal MT/U 2.12.2
This device differentiates in terms of the physical design (FM version) and the number of channels
(2 channels) of MDRC devices MT/S. The MT/U 2.12.1 is installed on a distributed basis in rooms in FM
switch boxes.
Benefits
Conventional wiring of the sensors is reduced. Not every zone must be wired right up to the distribution
board.
12 V DC auxiliary voltage input
12 V DC relay outputs
Zones A…B
MT/U 2.12.2
Figure 9: Security Terminal MT/U 2.12.2
Important
The use of Security Terminals is limited to one device per system, i.e. a maximum of eight zones (MT/S
8.12.2M). In practice, this means that the Security Terminal is suitable for smaller domestic projects, e.g.
an apartment. Connection of several terminals in parallel is only possible with additional external logic.
This should be rejected for technical and costing reasons.
If more than eight zones are required, use of a Security Module SCM/S 1.1 is recommended.
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3.4.1.3
Security Module SCM/S 1.1
The SCM/S 1.1 means a functional expansion of the Security Terminal. The following overview images
should help to clarify the situation:
Master
Slaves
Security
Module
SCM/S 1.1
Security Terminal
MT/S x.12.2M or
MT/U 2.12.2
KNX
BuschComfortPanel ®
Remote
alarming
TG/S
KNX
push button
Figure 10: Principle of configuration of a surveillance system with a Security Module
SSS
Event log
S/U
Reset
BuschComfortPanel ®
KNX
push button
SSF/GB
SMS
Security
Module
SCM/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
Call
Alarming
with TG/S
E-mail
Smart
Phone
KNX
12 V DC
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
Security
Terminal
MT/S
Security
Terminal
MT/U
Figure 11: Detailed principle of configuration of a surveillance system with a Security Module
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SCM/S 1.1
Figure 12: Security Module SCM/S 1.1
The connection is to the KNX, which the device uses to communicate with the other devices by telegrams.
A relay installed in the Security Module SCM/S 1.1 can be set to be normally closed or normally opened.
The following functions can be programmed:
•
Actuation on bus voltage failure
•
Actuation on bus voltage recovery
•
Alarm
•
Set state
•
Actuation via a communication object, i.e. just like a normal Switch Actuator
Note
Any other available Security Terminals are only used as inputs for the sensors but, in contrast to the
Binary Inputs, only for the monitored cables.
In this way, several Security Terminals can be installed in parallel, the entire security logic for this solution is present in the Security Module.
Advantage of the Security Module compared to the Security Terminal.
•
Evaluation after intrusion, hold-up, tampering, technical alarm, locking device, fault
•
Comprehensive status displays
•
User-friendly plain text displays with Busch Room/ControlPanel® or Busch ComfortPanel®
•
Event log with date, time, event and alarm type
•
64 zones, in master-slave mode can be extended to 500
•
Differentiation between internal and external setting
•
Delayed external setting:
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3.5
Where are the limits of the “KNX Solutions”?
If VdS or other standards are required, it is not permitted to assume security functions actively via the
KNX, e.g. setting or connection of sensors via the KNX.
All the solutions described up to now are not permitted for alarm/surveillance systems.
Furthermore, sometimes the following demands are requirements
•
Special functions of a conventional alarm system are required,
e.g. several setting areas.
•
A visible, classical alarm panel is required.
The only possibility to implement an alarm/surveillance system with KNX according to VdS/EN standards is
the use of an alarm panel as an autonomous system with supplementary functions in the KNX.
Here too ABB provides a solution, the Intrusion Alarm Panel L240.
3.5.1
Solution with Intrusion Alarm Panel (EMZ) L240
First of all it is a solution independent of the KNX that can be connected to the KNX when required using
the Interface XS/S 1.1. Bi-directional communications (L240 ➔ KNX and KNX ➔ L240) can be set.
Bus Module
L240/MG2
Bus Module
L240/BS
PC or
alarming
with TG/S
Alarm Panel L240
connected to the
KNX via XS/S 1.1
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Security Terminal
MT/S x.12.2M or
MT/U 2.12.2
BuschComfortPanel ®
KNX
Figure 13: Principle of configuration of a surveillance system with the Intrusion Alarm Panel L240
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3.5.1.1
The most important features of the Intrusion Alarm Panel L240
Risk allocation, classification
•
VdS approved as an Intrusion Alarm Panel for VdS classes A, B, C
•
Corresponds to DIN VDE 0833 parts 1 & 3
•
Stage 3 according to European standard EN 50131-1 “medium to high risk”
Typical areas of application
•
Residential and commercial properties with more than one security zone
•
Commercial zones up to stage 6, (security guidelines for businesses and companies), banks,
with an insurance company/police requirement for a medium to high risk alarm system
Application limitations
•
The Intrusion Alarm Panel is suitable for all types of risk
•
The limits of the application are only in the system (number of zones)
Degree of expansion
•
4 setting zones
•
80 programmable inputs
•
XIB Bus motion detector can be connected to the internal security bus XIB
•
Window contacts and glass break sensors can be connected to the bus via the Bus Module L240/MG2
Other features
•
Programmable via PC software directly or via IP Interface L240/IP
•
KNX Interface XS/S 1.1 for complete integration of the intelligent building control technology KNX
For further information see: Intrusion Alarm Panel L240 product manual.
3.5.1.2
Solution with Intrusion Alarm Panel L240 and KNX Interface XS/S 1.1
XS/S 1.1
Figure 14: Interface to the Intrusion Alarm Panels XS/S 1.1
The following representation indicates all options of the connection principle to the L240 with the KNX.
The zones (up to 80) can be connected directly to the L240, to the internal security bus XIB as well as to
the KNX via Security Terminals.
The strobes/sirens can be connected directly to the L240 or via a Switch Actuator with the KNX. The Setting Device SafeKey is connected to the security bus XIB via the SafeKey Evaluation Module L240/BS or
with the help of the Switch Module SSM/x via a Security Terminal MT/x.
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17
6
1
11
14
15
18
Bus Module
L240/MG2
Bus Module
L240/BS
Bus Module
L240/BS
16
EMZ Panel L240
Alarm
connected to the
KNX via XS/S 1.1
7
10
19
20
79
21
80
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Security
Terminal
MT/S x.12.2M
Security
Terminal
MT/U 2.12.2
Security
Terminal
MT/U 2.12.2
Security
Terminal
MT/U 2.12.2
KNX
12 V DC
Figure 15: Detailed principle of configuration of a surveillance system with the Intrusion Alarm Panel L240
Two different operating modes can be set with regard to the communication between the Intrusion Alarm
Panel L240 and the KNX.
Default: L240 ➔ ➔ KNX
Bi-directional data communication is allowed; full functionality ia available.
Outputs only: L 240 ➔ KNX
Data communication from the L240 to the KNX is permitted and is thus compatible with the VdS standard
EN 50131
Important
In practice, the operating mode Standard is generally used, as it is possible to use all possibilities here.
Systems, which only permit Outputs only because of the standards, are not the focus of possible
projects with ABB Security Technology and ABB i-bus® KNX.
However, it is still possible to obtain added value in comparison to conventional surveillance systems
without KNX connection, e.g. additional functions such as flashing of the lighting in the event of an
alarm or representation of status information on a KNX display.
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Bus Module
L240/MG2
Bus Module
L240/BS
Alarm Panel L240
connected to the
KNX via XS/S 1.1
Bi-directional communication
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
Security Terminal
MT/S x.12.2M or
MT/U 2.12.2
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
BuschComfortPanel ®
12 V DC
KNX
Figure 16: L240 and KNX with bi-directional communication
Bus Module
L240/MG2
Bus Module
L240/BS
Alarm Panel L240
connected to the
KNX via XS/S 1.1
Bi-directional communication
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
BuschComfortPanel ®
KNX
Figure 17: L240 and KNX with uni-directional communication
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4
Extended safety functions with ABB i-bus® KNX
In this chapter, you will find more detailed explanations about the security functions, the resulting benefits
and improved possibilities offered by connection to the ABB i-bus® KNX.
4.1
Hold-up button
A hold-up button has the task of triggering an alarm when persons are located in the premises and in danger. These buttons are distributed at different, easily accessible points in the building to ensure that they
are only a short distance away when required.
This button is wired in a classical manner to the Intrusion Alarm Panel on conventional alarm systems.
A hold-up button is protected against unintentional actuation by a protective film or cover.
Hold-up button
Hold-up button
Cover
Disadvantage of this solution
a) Optical appearance, buttons do not fit into existing design, have a very technical appearance
b) Cables wired to a panel
c) (Intentional) improper operation cannot be excluded, children are attracted to the button
These disadvantages can be eliminated by the connection of security functions with the KNX:
•
regarding b), can be remedied by connection via the Universal Interface US/U x.x to the KNX
•
regarding a) and c): Solution via KNX possible in two ways:
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4.1.1
Method 1: Universal Interface US/U x.2
Usage of the US/U x.x together with a conventional button in the visual design of the switch range already
in use. In order to avoid incorrect operation, select the function long operation or multiple actuation.
Additional benefit
It is possible to assign the rocker with a further (normal) function that only requires a short operation.
4.1.2
Method 2: KNX push button
Use of normal KNX buttons, also using long operating.
As not all KNX buttons offer the diverse possibilities of the US/U x.x, select the alternate method via the
function Blinds, which also facilitates the differentiation between long and short operation.
For further information see: Lighting Application Manual, Chapter 2.1.1.1.
Further possibilities for using a long operation
The push button Busch-triton® allows an increase in the time for long operation up to 2.1 s. Thus,
unintentional operation is very unlikely.
The Busch priOn® push button features a time up to 3 s for long operation. Furthermore, the function
Multiple operation is available here. Depending on the programming, a function is activated only after
actuation repeated one to 5 times.
With the function Blind, on the left side there is a button with a logical 1 (move DOWN), and the other side
is assigned with the corresponding 0 (move UP) or vice versa, depending on the programming.
If both ends of the rocker are intended to trigger a hold-up alarm, you will need to invert one side of the
rocker.
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Centre rocker with function
Blind sensor
1/1/4 short operation
1/1/5 hold-up alarm group address
This function in the ABL/S 2.1 converts the telegram with the value 0 to a telegram with the value 1
(inversion in block 1), whereas the telegram with the value 1 remains unchanged (block 2).
The telegram with the value 0 is filtered out in block 2, the telegram with the value 1 is filtered in block 1.
Important
As the outputs of both blocks always send the group address with the same value, the parameters of
the outputs must be programmed so that this is also possible.
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A further possibility to realize the long actuation of the button is to set the rocker, so that on actuation a
1 is sent and when released a 0 is sent, see parameter Switching function of rocker right with option
rising = ON, falling = OFF, Fig. x.
With the additional function in ABL/S 2.1 (Switch ON delay), you can achieve that the switch on delay operates as long as the button is pressed. If the button is released within this time, a 0 is sent, and the process
is stopped. If this time is exceeded during actuation, the timer sends a 1. If the push button is released, the
switch off delay is started. This is, however, generally meaningless with a correspondingly long time duration (can be set up to 18 hours), as alarming is switched off via a reset, before it times out. Of course, you
can also set a time duration to be actually used here, i.e. how long an alarm should remain present.
1/1/10
4.1.3
1/1/11 alarm group address
What type of alarm is triggered with a hold-up button?
The standard is a silent alarm that is issued via the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2. Of course an internal/
external alarm is also conceivable as well as additional functions in the KNX installation.
For further information see: Chapter 3.2 Alarming
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4.2
Occupancy simulation
Should you want to protect a building against intrusions, one method is the use of alarm systems.
The alarm systems only activate after the intrusion, i.e. the damage to the building or installation has
already occurred.
It is even better to take preventative measures. One method employed to prevent intrusions is an occupancy simulation.
4.2.1
What is an occupancy simulation?
The objective is to make the building look as if it is occupied. The electrical installations controlled via
ABB i-bus® KNX offer the following possibilities:
•
Switching of lights
•
Control of roller blinds and blinds
•
Switch on of the garden irrigation
•
Switching of TV or music centres
This means that functions can be controlled using the respective timer control.
For further information see: Lighting Application Manual Chapter 3.4. Timer control
To ensure that the timer controls do not occur every day at the same time, the following opportunities are
available.
ABL/S 2.1 with application Times/Quantities
This software features 800 switching times, so that in principle a separate switching point can be selected
for every day of absence and every function. The timer program can be activated or deactivated
by a telegram as required, e.g. by an absence button.
Busch Room/ControlPanel® or Busch ComfortPanel®
It is possible here to record the telegram traffic on the KNX for a period of up to seven days and then to
replay this sequence later on up to ten assigned loads.
The device practically learns the operating preferences of the user.
Benefits
Operation and implementation is even simple for the occupants.
Conventional timers with random generator
Timers partly offer the opportunity to vary the switching times within a defined window, i.e. switching times
randomly vary from day to day by +/- 15 min. This helps avoid the impression of regularity.
Connection of a conventional timer is implemented using binary inputs.
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4.3
Triggering actions in the house with setting/unsetting or alarm and
technical alarms
Using the following security solutions from ABB, it is possible to implement a variety of basic monitoring
functions right up to professional security installations.
Typical applications range from simple functions, e.g., opening surveillance or lock monitoring of doors
and windows, reporting fractures in water pipes or the early detection of smoke to installations in buildings, up to VdS requirements (class A, B or C) or demands in accordance with the European standard
EN 50131 stage 1-3.
In terms of an integrated solution, it is useful to allow certain functions of the alarm system to be carried
out automatically in the KNX installation.
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Setting of the system
– Enable the motion detector in the peripheral area,
so that when a detector is triggered, all outdoor lights are switched on
– Flashing of the external lighting to confirm setting (Setting
confirmation)
– Switch on of the path lighting and the light in the garage
for a certain time
– Closing of the electrical roof-light with external setting
–
–
–
–
Shut off of the water supply
Shut off of all load circuits with external setting
Occupancy simulation with absence
Lowering of the roller blinds or enabling of timer control
of the roller blinds or enabling of the roller blind control
in dependence on the brightness and external temperature
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Unsetting of the system
– Rescinding of all enable functions (occupancy mode,
timer programs for the roller blinds, motion detectors in the peripheral
area)
– Switch on of designated lights in the house
– Raising of the set temperature (heating) or lowering
of the set temperature of the air conditioning for cooling
– Release of the water supply
Additional benefits of KNX
– Window contact:
Switch off of air-conditioning when a window
is open
Closing of a heating valve when a window
is open
– Motion detectors:
Switch on of illumination when a motion
is detected
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System alarms
– External alarming with external sirens
– Remote alarming (silent alarm) with
Telephone Gateway TG/S
– Lighting and blinds are controlled on alarm,
e.g. roller blinds are raised and the entire house lighting flashes
– Switches on other loads, e.g. music systems
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Technical alarm (smoke, water, gas)
Active at every alarm system state
–
–
–
–
Switch off of the power circuits
Internal alarm (internal siren)
Raising of the roller blinds, opening of the roof-lights
Remote alarming (silent alarm) with
Telephone Gateway TG/S
Benefits
Some components now have a double usage, which enhances the efficiency of the system
Examples
•
Magnetic contact: Alarm message and control of the heating and air conditioning
•
Motion detectors: Alarm message and control of the lighting
•
Touch panel: Control of different KNX functions and operation/display of the alarm system
•
Telephone Gateway: Control of different KNX functions and messages of the alarm system
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4.3.1
Implementation of additional functions enable/disable as well as flashing
Enabling and disabling of functions can be easily implemented via the function GATE of the Logic Module
LM/S 1.1 or the Application Unit ABL/S 2.1.
Example
Enable of timer control of blinds with the ABL/S 2.1.
•
Group address (GA) 3/1/1 GA of the timer, e.g. at 22:00 a 1 is sent; at 08:00 a 0 is sent
•
GA 3/1/2 from the setting unit
•
GA 3/1/3 goes to the blind actuators communication object move UP/DOWN
•
3/1/2 enables the GATE, so that after setting, the GA 3/1/1 is passed through the GATE and as
GA 3/1/3 can move the blinds UP and DOWN.
It may be sensible in the blocked state of the GATE (with occupancy) to save the timer telegrams
(parameter: Additional function - Save during blocking phase).
Example
If the building is vacated, e.g. at 23:00, and the alarm is set, the yet to be executed function
Move blind DOWN is carried out.
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Function Flashing for the house lighting
If Switch Actuators SA/S x.x are in use, this function is easy to implement. There are different parameters
and a designated communication object for this purpose. The flashing frequency and duration can be
adjusted.
If the function Flashing is selected, normal operation (permanent ON/OFF) is possible via a separate
communication object Permanent ON.
Note
The shortest duration that can be set for lighting ON/OFF with flashing is 1 s each.
A shorter time is not useful due to the mechanical properties of the relay and the Switch Actuator.
On fluorescent lamps and energy-efficient lamps, the function Flashing is not useful due to the
switch-on behaviour.
If Switch Actuators SA/S are not in use or Dim Actuators are installed, the function
Flashing must be implemented externally. The ABL/S 2.1 once again is helpful in this respect:
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The GA 3/2/4 (alarm group address) with the value 1 starts the logic. With this setting, the light switches
ON for 4 s and then OFF for 4 s, etc. GA 3/2/4 with the value 0 stops the function.
Important
The parameter of output O10 must be set, so that it is only sent on a change.
Otherwise, the OFF state will cyclically send a 0.
Tip
Do not select the ON and OFF duration to be too short, as on the one hand the Switch Actuators have a
limited switching frequency, and on the other hand the dimming up and down times must be considered
on dimmable lamps. Times from 3s for switch ON and OFF duration are possible.
4.4
Buffering the KNX voltage and the 12 V voltage supply
(Uninterrupted operation)
It is essential that a surveillance system always functions. With a malfunction a message is sent, so that
the user can react immediately.
A prerequisite for safe operation is the supply voltage. This must be available with a power outage,
e.g. in regions with poor mains supply infrastructures as well as with tampering on the 230 V mains supply.
There are two different voltage supplies in a surveillance system with KNX:
•
12 V power supply
•
KNX power supply 30 V DC
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4.4.1
12 V supply of the Security Terminal, L240, sirens/strobes as well as selected sensors
For this purpose, ABB component NTU/S 12.2000.1 with a rated current of 2 A is available:
NTU/S 12.2000.1
Uninterruptible Power Supply
NTU/S 12.2000.1
Devices that can be connected
2-fold Security Terminal MT/U 2.12.2
4-fold Security Terminal MT/S 4.12.2M
8-fold Security Terminal MT/S 8.12.2.M
IP Router IPR/S 2.1
IP Interface IPS/S 2.1
Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2
Universal I/O Concentrator UK/S 32.2
Technical detectors (gas detector, water detector, …)
Motion detectors
All other devices, utilizing 12 V DC
A fault message can be sent via a floating changeover contact installed in the device for indicating mains
voltage failure, battery malfunction, overload and short circuit and device malfunction.
Tip
The error message can be sent to the KNX via the connection to a Security Terminal.
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4.4.2
KNX power supply 30 V DC
For this purpose, the Uninterruptible Power Supply SU/S 30.640.5 with a rated current of 640 mA is available:
SU/S 30.640.5
SAK 7, SAK 12, SAK 17
KS/K 4.1, KS/S 2.1
Note
Every line requires an Uninterruptible Power Supply SU/S 30.640.5 for a continous KNX power supply.
A fault message can be sent via a floating changeover contact installed in the device for indicating mains
voltage failure, battery malfunction, overload and short circuit and device malfunction.
Tip
The error message can be sent to the KNX via the connection to a Security Terminal.
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4.4.3
Batteries (identical for both power supplies)
Batteries are connected to the power supplies to buffer the voltage.
Available are:
Sealed Lead Acid Battery Module AM/S 12.1 with 12 V DC and 1 Ah
AM/S 12.1
Sealed Lead Acid Batteries SAK 7, SAK 12, SAK 17 with 12 V DC and 7/12/17 Ah. Two batteries can be
connected in parallel, so that there is a maximum capacity of 34 Ah.
SAK 7, SAK 12, SAK 17
KS/K 4.1, KS/S 2.1
With both components you are dealing with a complete, low-maintenance solution with all the necessary
accessories (temperature sensor for temperature-dependent control of the charging voltage, cable set with
SAK)
Note
Malfunction-free operation is only possible with the stated ABB device types AM/S and SAK.
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4.5
Connection of sensors to the security terminals
As already stated, the Security Technology sensors feature floating contacts with normally open and
normally closed behaviour, which are connected in the respective zones.
Some components require an auxiliary 12 V power supply.
Depending onZonethe
device the following Zone
connection
variants
are possible:
A
B
Zone D
Motion detector
Entrance area
Motion detector
Living room
Zone G
Magnet contacts
Living room
Magnet contact
Front door
Zone H
Smoke detector with base
Living room
NO
2,7 kΩ
2
-
3
Alarm
4
5
Sabo
6
7
1
2
Test
+
-
LED
3
4
Alarm
5
6
Sabo
2k7
1
+
C
NC
2,7 kΩ
7
Test
2,7 kΩ
LED
2,7 kΩ
2,7 kΩ
12 V DC
KNX
Figure 18: Connection of motion detectors, magnet contacts, smoke detectors
The following images are intended to show how a magnet contact is connected:
Conductors configuration
in connection cable
Security
Terminal
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
Channel A…H
First sensor
e.g. Magnetic Reed Contact MRS
Last sensor
EOL resistor
2,7 kOhm
Figure 19: Connection of 4-wire sensors to the Security Terminal
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Cable cross-section
Normally open
A
B
Normally closed
A
B
Glass break sensor,
Vibration detector,
Water detector
Magnet contact
for lock monitoring
for windows
B
A
B
A
To further detectors or
EOL resistor 2,7 kΩ
Junction boxes
Figure 20: Connection principle of 4-wire sensors in a zone with end of line resistor
Two adjacent conductors are connected to the Security Terminal (primary line) and the other two conductors to further detectors.
Note
The end of line resistor is connected only after the last sensor. It is frequently wired directly on the zone
group termination. The function is initially guaranteed; however, it is not monitored.
For further information see: Circuit principle with an alarm system page 9.
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4.5.1
Connection of the Setting Device SafeKey via Switch Module SSM
This is a circuit board, available in two versions as surface mount or flush mount variants.
Basis version: Without door monitoring
A typical application is the installation of the wall reader in the building for surveillance system with delayed
setting/unsetting:
Cable length
max. 6 m
Switch Module
SSM
Security
Terminal
MT/S...
1 AB
2 CD
3 EF
4 GHI
5 KL
6 MN
7 OP
8 RS
9 TU
0 WZ
STOP
PROG
SafeKey
Wall reader
WELT/A
KNX
12 V DC
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Premium version: With door monitoring
A typical application is the installation of the wall reader outside the building for surveillance systems with
immediate setting/unsetting:
Magnetic
Reed Contact MRS
and EOL resistor
Lock Bolt
Switching
Contact
WRK/W
Electric
Bolt Lock
ESPE
Switch Module
SSM
Security
Terminal
MT/S...
1 AB
2 CD
3 EF
4 GHI
5 KL
6 MN
7 OP
8 RS
9 TU
0 WZ
STOP
PROG
SafeKey
Wall reader
WELT/A
KNX
12 V DC
The magnet contact monitors the door (open or closed). The lock bolt switching contact monitors whether
the door is locked. The respective detector zone is programmed for lock monitoring. Thus, setting is only
possible with a locked door.
The electro-mechanical locking element is mounted in the door panel. When the system is armed,
the bolt engages in the door frame. This prevents that the door can be opened when the system is set and
prevents unintentional triggering of an alarm.
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4.6
Connection of the Combination Signalling Device SSF/GB (strobe/siren)
Deckelkontakt
R1
1kOhm
(Blitzsabo)
Blitz
R2
1kOhm
(Sir. Sabo)
VdS
R3
(gebrückt)
Sabo
Tec. Bra. frei
Strobe
Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries
SAKx
SCM/S
SA/S
Siren
Tamper
MT/S
NTU/S
KNX
12 V DC
The control of the strobe/siren is implemented directly on the terminal strip of the Intrusion Alarm Panel
L240 or via 12 V on a Switch Actuator SA/S or directly on an output of the Security Terminal MT/S.
As this device is mounted externally, it is recommended that a cover tamper contact is monitored
by a further tamper zone.
If the connection to the siren/strobe is disconnected, a tamper alarm will also be triggered.
Note
The function Staircase light for time limited control of the siren is available with the ABB i-bus® KNX
Switch Actuators, Security Terminals and Security Modules.
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4.7
Integration of an alarm system with ABB i-bus® KNX in the telephone
network or Internet using the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2
(IP addresses as an example)
Local
network
Router
with DHCP
192.168.1.1
Ethernet/LAN
Public IP address
from ISP
91.89.2.83
Internet Service
Provider (ISP)
Telephone system, possibly
with VOIP integrated in the router
PC 1
192.168.1.41
Telephone
switchboard
PC 2
192.168.1.42
Analog
telephone x
http://91.89.2.83
(IP or GPRS data
connection)
Analog
telephone 2
IP Switch
ISM/S 5.1
Analog
telephone 3
Telephone Gateway
TG/S 3.2
192.168.1.46
1.1.63
IP Router
IPR/S 2.1
192.168.1.75
1.1.0
KNX
The Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2 facilitates sending messages, e.g. alarm, or status system set/unset,
as short text messages (SMS), voice messages or as e-mail, provided that an Internet connection is available.
The voice messages can be recorded individually in any language and assigned accordingly to the respective messages, which is a very user-friendly solution. Furthermore, it is possible to access the integrated
web server of the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2 using a web browser. Thus, easy access to the functions
linked to the KNX is possible with the TG/S 3.2. If a Smart Phone is used, the representation is optimized
for the screen size.
The IP Router IPR/S 2.1 connects the 2-wire KNX bus cable to the local network (LAN). This connection
is not necessary for the functionality just described, as the Telephone Gateway has its own network connection. The router is the interface from the local network in the building to the Internet, and with VoIP
(Voice over IP) it is also for communication by telephone.
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Tip
Remote access to the integrated web server of the TG/S 3.2 is possible as follows:
In the Router, the so-called port forwarding (frequently port 80) to the internal IP address of the
Telephone Gateway is set up. Queries from the Internet are thus passed onto the TG/S. External connections via the Internet are possible via the external IP address of the router. This can be a fixed or
dynamic address. As this is usually unknown with access via the dynamic address, DynDNS services
are accessed. In the case where there is a change to the external IP address by the Internet Provider,
the Router reports it to the DynDNS service. Here this address is assigned with a fixed Host name that
can be used to access the router at any time.
For further details refer to the manual of the respective Router or to the DynDNS service,
e.g. www.dyndns.org.
4.8
Self-monitoring of a security system with ABB i-bus® KNX
The question repeatedly asked is what happens if the with system has malfunctions.
A differentiation is made between the following situations:
•
Short circuit or open circuit of the sensor connections
•
Monitoring of the KNX connection and the 12 V supply with Security Terminal MT/x and
Security Module SCM/S 1.1
•
Monitoring of the strobes/sirens
•
Monitoring of the Switch Actuator with connected strobes/sirens
•
Monitoring of the KNX power supplies (SU/S 30.640.5) and 12 V (NTU/S 2000.1)
•
Monitoring of the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2
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4.8.1
Short circuit or open circuit of the sensor connection
Local
IP Network
Router
Internet
Call
E-mail
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Siren
2,7 kOhm
2,7 kOhm
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Strobe
230 V
Security
Terminal MT/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
KNX
12 V DC
The line is monitored, and a fault is signalled with the 2.7 kOhm end of line resistor.
For further information see: Circuit principle with an alarm system page 9.
Note
The Security Terminal in the application also offers the function binary input without setting an end of
line resistor. Thus, you have a secondary line in this case without monitoring.
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4.8.2
Monitoring of the KNX connection and the 12 V supply with Security Terminal MT/x and Security
Module SCM/S 1.1
Local
IP Network
Router
Internet
Call
E-mail
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Siren
2,7 kOhm
2,7 kOhm
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Strobe
230 V
Security
Terminal MT/S
Uninterrup
ptible
Uninterruptible
Su
upply
Power Supply
S
SU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
KNX
12 V DC
This device has a communication object In operation/error 12 V or Heartbeat, which is cyclically sent with
a fault-free 12 V supply and KNX connection. With the Monitoring Unit EUB/S 1.1, a telegram can be monitored, and a message is sent if it fails.
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4.8.3
Monitoring of the sirens/strobes
Local
IP Network
Router
Internet
Call
E-mail
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Siren
2,7 kOhm
2,7 kOhm
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Strobe
230 V
Security
Terminal MT/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
KNX
12 V DC
If the panel tamper contact of the Combination Signalling Device SSF/GB is connected as an autonomous
zone to the 2.7 kOhm end of line resistor on the Security Terminal, panel tamper monitoring of the cover as
well as monitoring of the siren cable is established.
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4.8.4
Monitoring of the switch actuator with connected siren/strobe
Local
IP Network
Router
Internet
Call
E-mail
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Siren
2,7 kOhm
2,7 kOhm
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Strobe
230 V
Security
Terminal MT/S
Uninterrup
ptible
Uninterruptible
Su
upply
Power Supply
S
SU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
KNX
12 V DC
A Switch Actuator SA/S has a communication object in operation, which can be sent cyclically and that
facilitates device monitoring with the Monitoring Unit EUB/S 1.1.
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4.8.5
Monitoring of the KNX power supplies (SU/S 30.640.5) and 12 V (NTU/S 2000.1)
Local
IP Network
Router
Internet
Call
E-mail
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Siren
2,7 kOhm
2,7 kOhm
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Strobe
230 V
Security
Terminal MT/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
KNX
12 V DC
Both power supplies feature a changeover contact that can switch with a fault (230 V, battery fault, over
voltage and short circuit). Monitoring is established when the contact is connected to a zone of the Security
Terminal.
A KNX voltage failure (interruption or short circuit) is detected by the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2.
This then reports the problem using its external communication features (SMS, e-mail, voice mail).
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4.8.6
Monitoring of the Telephone Gateway TG/S 3.2
Local
IP Network
Router
Internet
Call
E-mail
Telephone
Gateway
TG/S
Security
Module
SCM/S
Siren
2,7 kOhm
2,7 kOhm
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Security
Terminal
MT/...
Strobe
230 V
Security
Terminal MT/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Switch
Actuator
SA/S
KNX
12 V DC
The TG/S 3.2 features four communication objects that can be used for the respective function:
•
In operation (as with the Switch Actuator or Security Module)
•
Fault mains voltage (230 V)
•
Fault auxiliary voltage (12 V)
•
Fault connection (telephone communication)
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MT/S 8.12.2M
4.9
Comparison of the three solutions Security Terminal MT/x,
Security Module SCM/S 1.1 with Security Terminal MT/x,
Intrusion Alarm Panel L240 with KNX Interface XS/S 1.1
Security Terminal
MT/S or MT/U
Detector circuit groups
VdS, EN 50131
2…8
no
Security Module
with Security
Terminal
64 (512)*
no
Keypad
KNX
KNX
Primary line connection
Secondary line connection
Manual operation
Zone can be switched off
yes
yes
yes (MT/S)
yes via KNX
Via M/TS or MT/U
Via MT/S or MT/U
no
yes via KNX
Alarm memory
Delayed setting
KNX independent
Relay outputs
Transistor outputs
yes
yes
no
3
no
yes
yes
no
1
no
Security bus XIB
no
no
Installation
Internal setting
Emergency power supply
Remote alarming
MDRC, FM
yes
NTU/S + SU/S +
Battery
TG/S 3.2
MDRC
yes
NTU/S + SU/S +
Battery
TG/S 3.2
Programming
ETS
ETS
Detector connection
KNX Bus
KNX Bus
* 64 zones with a SCM/S 1.1 as a master.
Up to 512 zones with 9x SCM/S 1.1 in master/slave operation
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Panel L240
10…80 (via XIB)
yes
(com. L240 ➔ KNX)
KNX or L840PT
(VdS, EN display
only via KNX)
yes
no
no
yes
via Keypad L840 PT
yes
yes
yes
3
8 + 3 for warning
device
yes
(tamper protection)
Surface mounting
yes
Battery (integrated)
TG/S 3.2 or
dialling device
integrated
(VdS, EN)
Keypad L840 PT or
software WinPC
Terminal strip or
XIB bus
ABB i-bus® KNX
Apartment project example with Security Terminal
MT/S 8.12.2M
5
Apartment project example with Security Terminal MT/S 8.12.2M
The following project indicates the possible functions as well as the solution and the devices used.
Sensors such as motion detectors, magnet contacts and glass break sensors are used in an apartment.
Windows and doors are monitored for locking. A Wall Reader is installed inside (with delayed setting) or
outside with immediate setting.
Furthermore, there are technical detectors (water, smoke), an external strobe/siren, an internal siren
for issuing an alarm with an internal alarm as well as a hold-up button.
The KNX and the 12 V supply are buffered with batteries.
Further operation in the building is undertaken either with a Busch Touch Panel or using KNX push buttons. The corresponding page on the panel can be accessed via a PIN code. Improper and unauthorized
operation can be eliminated when push buttons are used, as it is possible to execute the functions only
after long operation.
Figure 21: Overview of the sensors and warning devices used
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MT/S 8.12.2M
KNX
push button
W1: Bedroom light
W2: Internal set/unset
KNX
push button
W1: Internal set/unset
W2: Switch off zone C
W3: Kitchen light
W4: Reset
Delayed
sensors
Wall Reader
mounted in building
Connections
Security Terminal:
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
NTU/S
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
SU/S
Security
Terminal
MT/S
A: Internal detector, delayed
B: Peripheral detector, delayed
C: Peripheral detector
D: Internal detector
E: Setting input
F: Tamper detector
G: Technical detector
H: Hold-up detector
A1: External set
A2: External warning device
A3: Internal warning device
KNX
12 V DC
Figure 22: Principle schematic
Figure 23: Linking of the communication objects of the operating buttons and the Security Terminal MT/S 8.12.2M
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6
Security checklist
Building: ______________________________________________
Level:
______________________________________________
Room:
______________________________________________
Peripheral monitoring
Monitoring of the windows/doors for opening
Magnet contacts ____________________
Monitoring of the windows/doors for reaching through
Vibration detector
Passive glass break detector
Acoustic glass break sensor
Monitoring of the windows/doors for locking/closing
Lock bolt switching contact
Blocking bolts in conjunction with magnet contacts
Special magnet contacts for lock monitoring
Room surveillance
PIR (passive infra-red) motion detector
PIR and microwave motion detectors (Dual detector)
IR barriers
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Technical detectors
Gas detectors
Water detectors
Optical smoke detectors
Static heat detectors
Static heat / rate-of-rise temperature detectors
Operation/display at a remote location
Can be switched remotely
Via telephone
Via LAN
Via Internet
Status message
On visualization system
Query via telephone
Query via LAN
Query via Internet
For further information see: Security Technology, Intrusion Alarm Systems,
Planning and Wiring Instructions product manual.
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Description of the colours/symbols:
KNX
DALI
XIB
Power supply, e.g. 12 V DC, 230 V
Security technology
Ethernet/LAN
Phone
Motion detectors
Lighting
Sirens/strobe lights
Heating
Sirens
Shading
Magnetic contact
Ventilation
Lock monitoring
Security technology
Glass break sensor
Communication
Hold-up detector
Comfortable operation
Water detector
Automation
Setting device
Energy management
Smoke alarm
Air conditioning
Operation and display device
End of line resistor 2.7 kOhm
Further detectors can be connected
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