XC10 Installation, commissioning and maintenance manual

XC10 Installation, commissioning and maintenance manual
XC10
Extinguishing control unit
XC1001-A / XC1005-A /
XC1003-A
Installation
Commissioning
Maintenance
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About this document........................................................................... 7
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2.1
2.2
2.3
Safety instructions .............................................................................. 9
Danger levels ........................................................................................ 9
Safety instructions ................................................................................. 9
Standards and directives complied with ............................................... 10
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Standards .......................................................................................... 11
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Overview ............................................................................................ 12
XC1001-A ........................................................................................... 12
XC1005-A ........................................................................................... 13
XC1003-A ........................................................................................... 14
FCP1004-E ......................................................................................... 15
XCM1002 ............................................................................................ 16
User interface...................................................................................... 18
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Features ............................................................................................. 21
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
Installation ......................................................................................... 22
XC1001-A / XC1005-A ........................................................................ 22
XC1003-A ........................................................................................... 24
User interface labels............................................................................ 28
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
Connections ...................................................................................... 29
Mains .................................................................................................. 29
Batteries.............................................................................................. 29
Fire detectors/Manual release control buttons...................................... 31
Monitored inputs.................................................................................. 33
Control inputs ...................................................................................... 35
Monitored control outputs .................................................................... 36
Programmable outputs ........................................................................ 39
24V power supply output ..................................................................... 42
Repeater terminal and repeater display ............................................... 42
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Multi-sector installation .................................................................... 43
Functional description.......................................................................... 43
Detailed description ............................................................................. 45
Installation and wiring .......................................................................... 48
Modules technical specification ........................................................... 49
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9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Accessories ....................................................................................... 50
FCA1007 – Key switch ........................................................................ 50
FDCI222 / FDCIO222 – Input/output interfaces.................................... 50
Remote transmitter .............................................................................. 50
Repeaters ........................................................................................... 51
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Operating access levels .................................................................... 56
Operating access level 1 ..................................................................... 56
Operating access level 2 ..................................................................... 56
Operating access level 3A ................................................................... 56
Operating access level 3B ................................................................... 56
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Extinguishing process diagrams...................................................... 57
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12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
12.8
12.9
12.10
12.11
12.12
12.13
12.14
12.15
12.16
12.17
12.18
12.19
12.20
12.21
12.22
Programming..................................................................................... 58
Before starting..................................................................................... 58
Presettings .......................................................................................... 59
Steps 01 to 04 - Time duration settings................................................ 62
Step 05 - Sounders ............................................................................. 64
Steps 06 to 09 - Remote transmission ................................................. 64
Steps 10 to 14 - Monitored outputs 1 to 5 ............................................ 65
Steps 15 to 19 - Relay contact 1 to 5 ................................................... 66
Steps 20 to 27 - Driver outputs 1 to 8 .................................................. 67
Steps 28 to 31 - Monitored inputs 1 to 4 .............................................. 68
Steps 32 to 38 - Reset ......................................................................... 70
Steps 39 to 43 - Operation .................................................................. 70
Steps 44 to 47 - Faults ........................................................................ 71
Steps 48 to 51 - Non monitored control inputs 1 to 4 ............................ 71
Steps 52 to 55 - Detection zones ......................................................... 72
Steps 56 to 57 - Operating access level............................................... 73
Step 58 - Multi-sector .......................................................................... 73
Step 59 - Detector type........................................................................ 73
Steps 60 to 61 - Repeaters.................................................................. 73
Step 62 - Loss of agent in multi-sector application ............................... 74
Steps 63 to 64 - Fire damper ............................................................... 74
Step 65 to 66 - Pre-discharged warning time in manual release ........... 75
Step 67 – Operation if “Discharge” is activated in standby ................... 76
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13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Commissioning ................................................................................. 77
Powering ............................................................................................. 77
Monitored control outputs 4 and 5 calibration....................................... 77
System test ......................................................................................... 78
Commissioning validation .................................................................... 78
14
14.1
14.2
Maintenance ...................................................................................... 79
Preventive maintenance ...................................................................... 79
Detailed fault display ........................................................................... 82
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15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
15.6
15.7
15.8
15.9
Test functions ................................................................................... 84
Led test ............................................................................................... 84
Sounder test........................................................................................ 84
Warning panels test............................................................................. 84
RT-alarm test ...................................................................................... 85
RT-fault test ........................................................................................ 85
System test ......................................................................................... 85
Individual output test ........................................................................... 86
Zone test ............................................................................................. 87
Manual release test ............................................................................. 87
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16.1
16.2
Advanced functions .......................................................................... 88
Checksum ........................................................................................... 88
Alarm counter...................................................................................... 88
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17.1
17.2
17.3
Special functions .............................................................................. 89
Anticipated Silence Sounders .............................................................. 89
Anticipated Reset ................................................................................ 89
Extract fan........................................................................................... 89
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18.1
18.2
18.3
Connection to Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panels ................................ 90
XC10 zone .......................................................................................... 90
Detectors connected to XC10 panel .................................................... 91
Detectors connected to Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel ........................ 94
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Maintenance PC ................................................................................ 97
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Components and spare parts ........................................................... 98
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About this document
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About this document
Purpose of the document
This document describes the installation, the commissioning and the maintenance
of the XC100x-A equipment. It provides an overview of the structure and functions
of the system as a whole as well as of the individual devices.
While following the instructions, a reliable operation is assured.
Scope
The information contained in this document is valid for the market package MP2.3.
The document also contains information on country-specific components. Countryspecific components are marked with square brackets, e. g. [FR], and may not be
sold/used in your country.
Target audience
This document and the information contained therein are aimed at the target
groups defined below:
Personnel
Activity
Qualification
Product manager
– Performs local product management
– Responsible for exchanging information
between the headquarters and his/her Regional
Company (RC) for his/her product range
– Has suitable specialist training for the
function and for the product range
– Has attended the PM training courses
Project manager
– Performs project management
– Coordinates the use of all persons and
resources involved in the project according to
schedule
– Continuously supplies information necessary for
project realisation
– Has suitable specialist training for the
– function, scale of the project and product
range
– Has attended the training courses for
Project Managers
Installer
– Assembles and installs the components at the
place of installation
– Performs a subsequent check of the installation
– Has received specialized training in the area
of building installation technology or
electrical installations
Commissioning personnel
– Configure the product at the place of installation
according to customer specific requirements
– Check the product operability and release the
product for use by the operator
– Search for and correct malfunctions
– Has suitable specialist training for the
function and for the product range
– Have attended the training courses for
commissioning personnel
Maintenance personnel
– Carry out all maintenance work and check for
correct functioning
– Has suitable specialist training for the
function and for the product range
Reference documents
Designation
Heading
A6V10257477
XC10 Extinguishing control unit
Operating manual
001204
Fire alarm signal in areas at risk of explosion
Principles, applications, installation, maintenance
Identification of the document
Location
Definition
Title page
– Short name
– Name in full
– Document purpose
Last page bottom left-hand side
– Document no. (number-modification index-language-country)
– Date of issue
Last page bottom right-hand
side
– User's guide
– Register
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About this document
Revision history
Document no.
Edition date
Brief description
A6V10257473_e_en_--
03.2015
- MP2.3 SR2
A6V10257473_d_en_--
04.2012
- MP2.3 SR1
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09.2010
- chap. 4.5 updated (fig. 5 and table)
- chap 7.2.1 added: method for calculation of the battery
capacity
- chap. 7.3: fig. 7.15 updated
- chap. 8 updated
- chap. 8.3: fig. 31 updated (loss of agent is normally
closed)
- chap 9.4 added: description of repeater display and
repeater terminal
- chap 12.1: procedure step 5 updated
- chap 12.2: country pre-settings updated
- chap 12.9: step 30 option 04 updated
- chap 12.18 added (step 60)
- chap 13.1 updated (paragraph number)
- chap 13.2 updated: warning for the calibration added
- chap 14.1 updated
- chap 14.2 updated (10s instead of 5s)
- chap. 15, 16, 17 updated: several wording
- chap 18 added
- chap. 19, 20 updated
- CE marking papers added at the end of the document
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01/2010
Corrections after field tests:
- Chap. 3: Standards / 4.19 monitoring the status of
components (spelling mistake)
- Chap.4: fig 4 updated
- Chap. 6.3 label for XC1003-A is Pos. 8 not Pos.4
- Chap. 7.6.2 …. “to equipment outside” (spelling
mistake)
- Chap 7.8: 24V polarity output was wrong. 24V(+) is on
X5-3 and 24V(-) is on X5-4
- Chap. 8.2: note added for the connection of the 24V
power supply
- Chap 8.3: fig 31 modified: resistor 3.3k on RS485 line
removed
- Chap 11: fig 33 and 34 updated
- Chap 14.2: PMI picture is added on the top of the
description table, for an easier checking
- Chap. 16.2: access code for the alarm counter was
wrong
- Spelling mistakes
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11/2009
First edition MP2.1
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Safety instructions
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Safety instructions
2.1
Danger levels
The following pictograms indicate the possible danger levels, their severity and
consequences.
2.2
DANGER
Imminent danger!
è Serious injuries or death.
WARNING
Potentially dangerous situation
è Serious injuries or death.
CAUTION
Potentially dangerous situation
è Light injuries or material damage.
NOTE
Important information requiring special attention.
Safety instructions
Products are developed and manufactured in accordance with the applicable
international and European security standards.
The local rules of installation, exploitation and destruction of the product apply and
must be respected just like the safety instructions which appear in the
documentation of the product.
Electric installations
CAUTION
Interventions on wiring should be carried out only by qualified personnel.
CAUTION
Respect the safety instructions in explosive zone.
l Hardware must not be powered during commissioning and maintenance
l Affix an external label “DANGER external voltage” on the terminals connected to
an external voltage source
l Separately lay the power lines towards the control unit. They must be fitted with
their own, clearly identified fuses
l Ground in accordance with the local security standards
Assembly, installation, commissioning and maintenance
l If any tools or accessories such as ladders are required, safe and suitable
devices must be used
l When the extinguishing control panel is started up, it must be ensured that no
instable conditions can occur
l Controls may only be set to normal function when the product operability has
been completely tested and the system has been handed over to the customer.
l Control release for testing should not damage the installation
l Avoid the inopportune release of RT-alarm
l Inform the reception station before an RT-alarm test
l Installation and commissioning shall be performed by trained personal
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Product operation check
l Inform the personnel of the formation of a smoke cloud and presence of noise
l Inform the personnel before alarm devices check and anticipate possible panic
reactions
l Warn the alarm reception centers and the fault reception stations connected to
the system before carrying out the tests
Design modifications of systems and products
l Modifications to the system and to individual products may lead to faults,
malfunctioning and safety risks
l Intended system modifications or extensions require written approval from
Siemens and the relevant safety authorities
Components and spare parts
l Components and spare parts must comply with the technical specifications
defined by Siemens. Only use products recommended or prescribed by Siemens
l Only use fuses with the specified fuse characteristics
l Wrong battery types and improper battery changing lead to a risk of explosion.
Only use the same battery type or an equivalent type recommended by Siemens
l Batteries must be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Country
specific directives and regulations must be observed. They must be deposited at
the collection places assigned to this purpose.
l Note that the cylinders containing the extinguishing agent are under pressure
and that they must consequently be replaced in accordance with the safety
instructions in force
Disregard of the safety regulations
Before they are delivered, products are tested to ensure they function correctly
when used properly. Siemens disclaims all liability for damage or injuries caused
by the incorrect application of the instructions or the disregard of danger warnings
contained in the documentation. This applies in particular to:
l Personal injuries or damage to property caused by improper use and incorrect
application
l Personal injuries or damage to property caused by disregarding safety
instructions in the documentation or on the product
l Personal injury or damage to property caused by poor maintenance or lack of
maintenance
2.3
Standards and directives complied with
A list of the standards and directives complied with is available at your Siemens
contact partner.
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Standards
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Standards
In addition to the requirements of EN12094-1 and EN54-2, the XC100x-A control
panel complies with the following optional functions:
EN 12094-1
Clause
Description
4.17
Delay of extinguishing signal
4.18
Signal representing the flow of extinguishing agent
4.19
Monitoring the status of components
4.20
Emergency hold device
4.21
Control of flooding time
4.23
Manual only mode
4.24
Triggering signals to equipment within the system
4.26
Triggering of equipment outside the system
4.27
Emergency abort device
4.29
Release of the extinguishing media for selected flooding zones (only for XC1003-A)
4.30
Activation of alarm device with different signals
EN 54-2 / A1
Clause
Description
7.8
Output to fire alarm devices (Item C – EN54-1)
7.9.1
Control of fire alarm routing equipment (Item E – EN54-1)
7.12.1
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal (Type A)
7.13
Alarm counter (only with XC1005-A)
8.3
Fault signals from point
8.4
Total loss of the power supply
8.9
Output to fault warning routing equipment (Item J – EN54-1)
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Test condition
Following additional functions are also available:
- transmission of information's outside the panel:
8 programmable digital outputs
programmable relay contacts
- reception of information's from outside:
control inputs (3 are programmable)
- 24V power supply output
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Overview
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Overview
The equipment is declined in 3 versions:
-
4.1
Wall mounting cabinet:
19” rack cabinet:
XC1001-A / XC1005-A
XC1003-A
XC1001-A
System ON
Fault
Power supply
System fault
Earth fault
Disable
Mechanical blocked
Incorrect status
Loss of agent
Silence
Re-sound
Sounders
Detector test
Fire alarm
Remote ransmission
2
s
XC1001-A
Fig. 1
1
2
3
4
Detector Zone 2
………………………………….
Automatic blocked
Activated
Reset
Detector Zone 3
Led test
………………………………….
Released
Sounders
Actuators
Fire controls
3
………………………………….
Mode
Operating access
1
Detector Zone 1
Emergency
hold
Manual blocked
Silence
buzzer
4
EN12094-1 Class A
EN54-4 / EN54-2
RT-fault
RT-alarm
Enable
Disable
Manual release
Disable
Test
Enable
2
Disable
Test
Enable
Disable
Test
Enable
Disable
Test
Enable
Enable
Disable
Extinguishing control:
1116 - CPD – xxx
… ………………… ………………… ……………..
XC1001-A
FCP1004-E power supply unit with charger
XCM1002 mainboard
4.5 A/h batteries
DIN rail for accessory mounting (Z3B171 relay module)
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Overview
4.2
XC1005-A
Fig. 2
1
2
3
4
5
XC1005-A
FCP1004-E power supply unit with charger
XCM1002 mainboard
17 A/h batteries
DIN rail for accessory mounting (Z3B171 relay module)
FDCI / FDCIO222 module for the connection to a fire detection system
(option)
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4.3
XC1003-A
Fig. 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
XC1003-A
FCP1004-E power supply unit with charger
XCM1002 mainboard
Removable mainboard holder
4.5 A/h or 7.2 A/h batteries
DIN rail for accessory mounting (Z3B171 relay module, XCA1030 multi-sector
modules, etc.)
FDCI / FDCIO222 module for the connection to a fire detection system
(option)
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4.4
FCP1004-E
Fig. 4
Mark
FCP1004-E power supply unit
Function
Remarks
1
Mains voltage setting
Shunt ON = 115VCA, shunt OFF = 230VCA
2
Mains terminal block
3
Mains fuse 4A / 250V
4
System start without mains power
Shunt the 2 terminals with a jumper and
remove after system start
5
Temperature sensor for battery charging voltage compensation
Do not cover
6
Internal green LED «Mains operation» but visible from the front
Not lit if no mains voltage
7
Battery connection
8
XCM1002 main board connection
Security level of terminal blocks 1 and 2:
Security level of other terminal blocks:
Dangerous voltage
SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage)
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4.5
XCM1002
X5
X6
X7
1
1
X27 1
X10
1
1
1
F2
X9
X11
F1
X12
1
F5
F4
X14
X15
X16
X13
F6
1
X17
11
5
2
26
27
14
4
6
5
6
1
29
17
30
X3
X24
21
32
X20
22
1
2
3
15
10
20
X4
1
31
19
10
X1
14
9
18
9
13
28
7
8
X23
8
15
16
X8
7
X28
25
12
13
3
24
12
X26
1
X18
F3
ON
S18
S1
1 2
11
4
X21
23
X35
Fig. 5
XCM1002 board
Setting elements
X3
Internal buzzer Enable/Disable
Jumper up (factory setting) : buzzer enabled
Jumper down : buzzer disabled (only for servicing)
X4
Type of power supply
Jumper up (factory setting) : FCP1004-E
Jumper down : do not use (for further use of external power supply)
X8
Operating access Level 2
Jumper on the left: Level 2 permanent access
1 – 2: external key switch (option)
X13
Relay contact type 1
(NO or NC)
Jumper up : NC contact
Jumper down (factory setting) : NO contact
X14
Relay contact type 5
(NO or NC)
Jumper on the right : NC contact
Jumper on the left (factory setting) : NO contact
X15
Relay contact type 4
(NO or NC)
Jumper on the right : NC contact
Jumper on the left (factory setting) : NO contact
X16
Relay contact type 3
(NO or NC)
Jumper on the right : NC contact
Jumper on the left (factory setting) : NO contact
X17
Relay contact type 2
(NO or NC)
Jumper on the right : NC contact
Jumper on the left (factory setting) : NO contact
X18
Repeater (RTNet end of line
element)
Jumper up (factory setting) : EOL connected
Jumper down : do not use
X26
Serial connection (not used)
Jumper down (factory setting) : do not change the position
Other elements
F1 / F2
Pluggable fuse 2 AF
Fuse for protection of control outputs 4 (F1) and 5 (F2)
F3
Pluggable fuse 1 AT
Fuse for protection of 24V output
F4 / F5 / F6
Pluggable fuse 1 AT
Fuse for protection of control outputs 1 (F4), 2 (F5) and 3 (F6)
S1
Reset
—
S18-1 / S18-2
Not used
Do not change (factory setting : OFF)
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PCB terminal blocks
X1
Plug-in block 6 points
2
(1.5 mm max.)
1-2 (–) / 5-6 (+)
24V power supply
3-4 (+)
Power supply monitoring
Plug-in block 4 points
2
(2.5 mm max.)
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Monitored output 5
3 (+) / 4 (–)
24V use output
Plug-in block 4 points
2
(2.5 mm max.)
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Monitored output 3 (control polarities, reversed in standby)
3 (+) / 4 (–)
Monitored output 4
X7
Plug-in block 4 points
2
(2.5 mm max.)
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Monitored output 1 (control polarities, reversed in standby)
3 (+) / 4 (–)
Monitored output 2 (control polarities, reversed in standby)
X9
Plug-in block 8 points
2
(1.5 mm max.)
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Monitored input 1
3 (+) / 4 (–)
Monitored input 2
5 (+) / 6 (–)
Monitored input 3
X5
X6
X10
Plug-in block 8 points
2
(1.5 mm max.)
X11
Plug-in block 10 points
2
(1.5 mm max.)
7 (+) / 8 (–)
Monitored input 4
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Fire detectors zone 1
3 (+) / 4 (–)
Fire detectors zone 2
5 (+) / 6 (–)
Fire detectors zone 3
7 (+) / 8 (–)
Extinguishing manual control
1/2
Potential-free contact relay 1 (NO or NC)
3/4
Potential-free contact relay 2 (NO or NC)
5/6
Potential-free contact relay 3 (NO or NC)
7/8
Potential-free contact relay 4 (NO or NC)
9 / 10
Potential-free contact relay 5 (NO or NC)
X12
Plug-in block 10 points
2
(1.5 mm max.)
1 … 8 (–)
Logical outputs 1 to 8
9 (–) / 10 (+)
Repeater display / Repeater terminal RTNet connection
X21
Jack 2.5 mm
—
Maintenance PC
X27
Plug-in block 4 points
2
(1.5 mm max.)
1 (+)
Reset
2 … 4 (+)
Unmonitored inputs 2 to 4
X28
Faston 5.3 mm
(+)
To positive of battery (to provide “Total loss of power supply”
function (see note 1)
X20 (*)
Flat cable 26 points
—
Connection for multi-sector module XCA1030
X35
Terminal 12 points
—
Connection for 4 digits display
Not used
—
—
X23, 24
(*)
on welding side
Note 1: The XC10 provides the EN54-2 option with requirement 8.4 called “Total loss of power”. This option when selected activates the
system fault LED and the buzzer continuously, for at least 1 hour after a low discharge battery disconnection. The option can be
selected by wiring the +BAT terminal to the positive voltage of batteries (use of remaining power after battery disconnection).
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4.6
User interface
All display and control elements, except 4-digit display for XC1001-A version, are
accessible to the user:
-
-
Led 1 to 32 indicators for operating condition,
Keys 1 to 15 allowing :
è operating access
è operation (reset, off, test, etc)
è system test
è user functions programming
4-digit display showing:
programming steps and options
pre-discharged warning time count down
other information’s (calibration states, alarm counter, etc)
è
è
è
Fig. 6
Indicators
State
Description
Green
Fixed
The control panel is in operation
Yellow
Fixed
The control panel is not able to function any more
Fast
Fault on at least one component in the system (see paragraph 14.2 for the detail)
Or,
Non-monitorred Control Input 3 is in active state, assuming it is programmed as “External device fault”
(Step50 – Option7)
Slow
Mains fault
Fast
Batteries fault
Fixed
Microprocessor fault
Slow
Jumper buzzer (X3 - XCM1002 board) not connected (remainder)
N°
Color
1
2
3
4
XC100x-A, user interface
Yellow
Yellow
5
Yellow
Fast
At least one component connected to the control panel is grounded
6
Yellow
Fixed
– At least one component in the system is disabled
– Calibration in progress or error
– Programming in progress
7
Yellow
Slow
At least one detection zone and/or extinguishing manual control is being tested
8
Red
Fixed
At least one detection zone is in alarm
9
Red
Fixed
Remote transmission activated (according to programming)
10
Yellow
Fixed
Level 2 operating access granted
Slow
System test activated
11
Yellow
Fixed
Mechanical blocking device is in the blocked position
12
Yellow
Fast
– Mechanical blocking device is in a wrong position
– Selector valve is in a wrong position (used for multi-sector applications)
13
Yellow
Fast
Loss of agent
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Indicators
State
Description
Yellow
Fixed
– Manual release is blocked or being tested
Yellow
Fixed
– Standard = not used
– Alternative = automatic and manual release granted (UK)
16
Yellow
Fixed
– Automatic release is blocked
– At least one detection zone which starts the extinguishing is off or being tested
17
Red
Fixed
– All detection zones which start the extinguishing are in alarm condition
– One of the electrical manual triggering device (DM1103-L) is actuated
Fast
One of the detection zones which start the extinguishing is in alarm condition
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Red
Fixed
Extinguishing agent is released
Slow / Fast
Discharged contact is not activated within 30 seconds after actuators control (according to programming)
Fixed
Sounders are disabled
Slow
Sounders test is in progress (real activation)
Fast
At least, an output programmed as Sounders is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
Fixed
Actuators are disabled
Slow
Actuators test is in progress (simulated activation)
Fast
– At least, one output programmed as actuators is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
– Calibration in progress or error or no calibration data
Fixed
Fire controls are disabled
Slow
Warning panels test is in progress (real activation)
Fast
At least, one output programmed as fire controls is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
Fixed
RT-fault is disabled
Slow
RT-fault test is in progress (real activation)
Fixed
RT-alarm is disabled
Slow
RT-alarm test is in progress (real activation)
Fast
At least, one output programmed as RT-alarm is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
Fixed
Emergency abort is activated
Slow
Emergency hold is activated (DM1103-S)
Fast
At least, one input programmed as emergency hold/abort is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
Fixed
Detection zone 1 is in alarm condition
N°
Color
14
15
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Red
Slow
Detection zone 1 is in alarm condition (first alarm)
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Yellow
Fixed / Slow
Detection zone 1 is disabled (fixed) / being tested (slow)
Fast
Detection zone 1 is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
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Red
Fixed
Detection zone 2 is in alarm condition
Slow
Detection zone 2 is in alarm condition (first alarm)
Fixed / Slow
Detection zone 2 is disabled (fixed) / being tested (slow)
Fast
Detection zone 2 is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
Fixed
Detection zone 3 is in alarm condition
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Yellow
Red
Slow
Detection zone 3 is in alarm condition (first alarm)
30
Yellow
Fixed / Slow
Detection zone 3 is disabled (fixed) / being tested (slow)
Fast
Detection zone 3 is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
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Red
Fixed
Manual release is activated (DM1103-L line)
Slow
Manual release is activated (DM1103-L line) – First alarm
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Yellow
Fixed / Slow
Manual release is disabled (fixed) / being tested (slow)
Fast
Manual release is in fault condition (break or short-circuit)
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Keys
Description
1…4
Operating access code input (level 2, programming, system test, etc.)
è When operating access level 2 is selected, if the code is entered again, the system returns to the level 1, without waiting
for the end of the 4 minutes timeout
5
Silence / Restart sounders by successive pressing:
– 1st pressing:
– 2nd pressing:
silence sounders
restart sounders etc…
è Operating access level required for this operation = level 2 (silence sounders is not possible during pre-discharged
warning time)
6
Silence buzzer
è Operating access level required for this operation = level 1 or 2 or 2 only (according to programming)
è If a Repeater Terminal is connected to the XC10, and if option 61 step 02 is selected, silence buzzer on XC10 silences
also buzzer on repeater
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1) Reset of the system. Reset is not possible :
– during pre-discharged warning time, emergency stop and flooding time
– if buzzer and/or sounders are not silenced
– if manual release button and/or discharged contact are not reset (according to programming)
è Operating access level required for this operation = level 2
2) Fault reset
è Operating access level required for this operation = level 2
8
Mode of operating, by successive pressing:
– 1st pressing:
– 2nd pressing:
– 3rd pressing:
automatic blocked
automatic and manual blocked
normal mode
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
9
Led and buzzer test (duration = 6 seconds) :
All led indicators are activated and the buzzer sounds continuously (during the first three seconds, all the segments of the
display are activated, then the SW version is displayed)
è Operating access level required for this operation = level 1
10
Disable / Enable by successive pressing:
–
–
–
–
–
1st pressing:
2nd pressing:
3rd pressing:
4th pressing:
5th pressing:
actuators are disabled
sounders and actuators are disabled
fire controls are disabled
all is disabled
all is enabled
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
11
Disable / Enable by successive pressing:
–
–
–
–
1st pressing:
2nd pressing:
3rd pressing:
4th pressing:
RT-fault is disabled
RT-fault is enabled / RT-alarm is disabled
RT-fault and RT-alarm are disabled
all are enabled
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
12
Disable / Enable by successive pressing (not possible in case of fault or alarm):
– 1st pressing:
– 2nd pressing:
– 3rd pressing:
zone 1 is disabled
zone 1 is tested
zone 1 is in normal condition
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
13
Disable / Enable by successive pressing (not possible in case of fault or alarm):
– 1st pressing:
– 2nd pressing:
– 3rd pressing:
zone 2 is disabled
zone 2 is tested
zone 2 is in normal condition
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
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Disable / Enable by successive pressing (not possible in case of fault or alarm):
– 1st pressing:
– 2nd pressing:
– 3rd pressing:
zone 3 is disabled
zone 3 is tested
zone 3 is in normal condition
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
15
Disable / Enable by successive pressing (not possible in case of fault or alarm):
– 1st pressing:
– 2nd pressing:
– 3rd pressing:
manual release is disabled
manual release is tested
manual release is in normal condition
è Operating access level required for these operations = level 2
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Features
Power supply (FCP1004-E)
Primary source (mains)
Voltage
Current
Power
115 / 230 VCA +10 …-15% – 50 / 60 Hz
1.75 A max.
150 VA max.
Secondary source (batteries)
Connectable batteries
Voltage
Charging current max.
Internal resistance max.
Deep discharge (disconnection threshold)
2 x 12 V / 4.5 … 17 Ah
23.4 … 27.6 V
1.3 A (with temperature compensation)
1Ω
20 V +/-3%
Output
Voltage
Max. available current
Min. current
Power
Switching frequency / Ripple
27.3 V +/- 0.3 V (25°C)
Imax a : 2 A (batteries loading)
Imax b : 3.5 A (batteries loaded)
0.05 A
105 W max.
132kHz / 70 mVpp max.
XCM1002
Input voltage
Current consumption
I/Os security level
22.5 … 27.6 V (25°C)
190 mA max. without primary source
SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage)
Detection lines
Type / number of detectors
Compatible detectors
End of line element (EOL)
Standby condition voltage / current
Alarm condition voltage / current
Line resistance
Collective / 32 max. (according to detector type)
Siemens (Algorex, Sinteso, Synova, Cerberus FD110
series)
Transzorb 18 V (P6KE18CA)
17.1 … 19.3 V (fixed by EOL) / 11 mA max.
5.5 … 16.5 V / 11 … 57.1 mA max.
80 Ω max.
Manual release line
Type / number of manual actuators
End of line element (EOL)
Voltage / standby line current
Voltage / alarm line current
Line resistance
DM1103-L / 32 max.
Transzorb 18 V (P6KE18CA)
17.1 … 19.3 V (fixed by EOL) / 11 mA max.
5.5 … 16.5 V / 11 … 57.1 mA max.
80 Ω max.
Monitored inputs
4
Activation resistance
End of line element (EOL)
Line resistance
680 Ω or 1.2 kΩ
3.3 kΩ resistance
80 Ω max.
Control inputs (non
monitored)
4
Activation +24 V, via contact
Monitored control outputs
Outputs 1 to 3
Outputs 1 to 3
Control voltage / current
End of line element
24 V / 1 A max.
3.3 kΩ resistance
Outputs 4 and 5
Control voltage / current
End of line element
24 V / 2 A max.
No EOL (line calibration)
Driver outputs
8 (programmable)
24 V / 40 mA max.
Relay outputs (contacts)
5 (4 programmable)
30 V / 1 A max. / NO or NC
Connections
XCM1002
Inputs - outputs type / section
Plug-in screw terminal blocks
2
2.5 mm max. (X5, X5, X7)
2
1.5 mm max. (all others)
FCP1004-E
mains input type / section
Plug-in screw terminal block / 2.5 mm max.
Environmental conditions
Operating / Storage temperature
Humidity relative at 40 ± 2° C
-5 ... +40° C / -20 ... +60° C
93% max., without condensation
Mechanical data
XC1001-A
Cabinet / Protection index
Color
Dimensions (l x h x p) / Weight
Metal frame with plastic cover / IP30
RAL9003 (cover), RAL9006 (user interface)
370 x 286 x 90 mm / 4.1 kg
XC1005-A
Cabinet / Protection index
Color
Dimensions (l x h x p) / Weight
Metal case with plastic cover / IP40
RAL9003 (cover), RAL9006 (user interface)
505 / 375 / 125 mm / 6.5 kg
XC1003-A
Cabinet / Protection index
Color
Dimensions (l x h x p) / Weight
Rack 19’’ 4U / IP30
RAL9006
482.6 (19’’) x 177.8 (4U) x 187 mm / 6.6 kg
Conformity
EN 12094-1, EN 54-2/A1, EN 54-4/A2
2
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Installation
Generally, the XC10 must be easily accessible and installed:
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6.1
outside the protected area
protected from mechanical shocks and bad weather
XC1001-A / XC1005-A
The XC10 must be installed on a fixed and stable support, with a height ranging
between 1.60 m and 1.70 m (eliminate the irregularities from the mounting surface
≥ 5 mm).
1. Remove the front cover
2. Mark and drill the mounting holes using the drilling template provided (start with
the hole for the top central screw)
3. Fix the chassis using 3 screws Ø 4 x 50 mm (not provided)
4. Cut out the cable entries
5. Cut out the plastic housing according to the cable inputs (XC1001-A)
6. Mount the cable glands if necessary (required for protection rating IP30)
7. Install the batteries and fix the battery holders
1
12 V – 4.5 Ah batteries
Fig. 7
XC1001-A, battery installation
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ON
1 2
1
4
ON
1 2
3
1
2
3
4
2
3 (insert in slot 4)
12 V – 12 Ah batteries
12 V – 17 Ah batteries
FCA1014 battery holder (option)
Slot for battery holder
Fig. 8
XC1005-A, battery installation
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6.2
XC1003-A
Fix the XC1003-A into a 19'' housing cabinet with a protection rating IP ≥ 30.
Fig. 9
XC1003-A, mounting examples
The interval between 2 extinguishing racks and there power supply rack should not exceed 12U.
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XC1003-A, mounting adaptation
The 19” rack is symmetrical. This allows, with some mounting/unmounting
operations, to adapt it to various configurations (2 racks minimum are necessary).
A
Remove parts 1, 2, 3 & 4
from rack A
ON
1 2
5
1
2
3
4
B
ON
1 2
Remove parts 5 & 6
from rack B
6
B
6
A
ON
1 2
Reassemble parts 5 & 6 from
rack B in rack A
5
A
4
3
ON
ON
1 2
1 2
2
1
B
Reassemble parts 1, 2, 3 & 4 from
rack A in rack B
Fig. 10
XC1003-A, mounting adaptation
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XC1003-A, commissioning / connection / maintenance
The removable board holder (1) can be positioned, after screw unmounting (3), as
indicated below to reach the DIN rail (2).
3
1
3
ON
1 2
2
ON
1 2
Fig. 11
XC1003-A, removable stand in “Commissioning” position
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XC1003-A, batteries installation
4.5 Ah batteries:
1. Remove the holder (1)
2. Install the batteries (3) as shown below
3. Remount the holder (1)
7.2 Ah batteries:
1. Remove the parts (1) and (2)
2. Install the batteries (4) as shown below
1
ON
1 2
3
2
ON
1 2
4
ON
1 2
Fig. 12
XC1003-A, battery installation
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6.3
User interface labels
Insert the labels following the instructions on the board provided with the
equipment.
Pos. 1
Pos. 3
XC1001-A
XC1003-A
XC1005-A
Pos. 7
Stripe EN
A5Q00034729A-03
Detector Zone 3
…………………………………….
Disable
Test
Enable
Disable
Test
Enable
Disable
Test
Enable
Manual release
Pos. 2
Mechanical blocked
Incorrect status
Mechanical blocked
Emergency Incorrect status
hold/abort Loss of agent
Mechanical blocked
Emergency Incorrect status
hold Loss of agent
Manual blocked
RT-fault
Pos.2
Pos.3
RT-alarm
+0,15
0.0
3 0
RT-fault
Disable
Enable
RT-alarm
1
Pos.5
Sounders
Disable
Enable
Actuators
Fire controls
RT-fault
Disable
Enable
RT-alarm
XC1001-A
Pos.5
Pos.8
Pos.4
XC1001-A
Fig. 13
Disable
Enable
Actuators
Fire controls
Pos.1
Disable
Enable
Sounders
Pos. 8
Disable
Enable
Actuators
Fire controls
Pos.2
Pos.1
Sounders
Led test
Released
Pos.7
Released
Pos.3
Released
Activated
Led test
…………………………………….
Activated
Led test
Extinguishing control
Activated
Mode
Automatic blocked
s
Mode
Automatic blocked
Pos. 4
Manual blocked
Mode
Automatic blocked
Emergency
abort
Pos.1
Manual blocked
Pos.2
Loss of agent
EN12094-1 Classe A
EN54-4 / EN54-2
Pos. 2
Pos. 5
Pos. 2
EN12094-1 Classe A
EN54-4 / EN54-2
1116 - CPD – xxx
Manual release
Disable
Test
Enable
1116 - CPD – xxx
Operating access
Disable
Test
Enable
…………………………………….
EN12094-1 Classe A / EN54-4 / EN54-2
…………………………………….
Detector Zone 2
Disable
Test
Enable
…………………………………...
Detector Zone 3
Reset
Disable
Test
Enable
…………………………………….
XC1005-A
Detector test
Fire alarm
Remote transmission
…………………………………….
Detector Zone 1
s
Disable
Detector Zone 2
Disable
Test
Enable
Pos. 6
Silence
buzzer
…………………………………….
1116 - CPD – xxx
System fault
Earth fault
Detector Zone 1
XC1003-A
Silence
Re-sound
Sounders
Fault
Power supply
s
System ON
XC1003-A
Pos.6
XC1005-A
XC100x-A, user interface labels
The label to be inserted in position 2 is different whether the stop/emergency hold function is used or
not.
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Connections
The installation must be realised by qualified personnel and in conformity with the
applicable national electric standard.
7.1
Mains
Connection with the mains must be established through an external circuit breaker
(bipolar circuit breaker 1 A).
3. Make sure that the mains voltage is switched off
4. Connect the mains cable to the PSU terminals according to the pin assignment
specified onto the PSU:
– Protection ground (
), neutral (N) and phase (L)
5. Fix the cable with two fasteners and check, during installation, that these fixings
are well in place
The XC100x-A equipment is not designed to be connected according to an IT earth network.
If such a network must be used, a separation transformer will have to be installed.
Danger - Electrical voltage
Mortal danger due to electric shock
- Before laying the mains cable, make sure that it is not connected to the power supply.
- Check to make sure that the mains are secured against inadvertently being switched on.
Danger - Short circuit
Potential damage to hardware
- Before installing or dismantling the power supply unit, remove the wire jumper between the two
batteries.
- This ensures that the secondary side is current-free and that no modules can be damaged due to
a short circuit.
7.2
Batteries
Two 12 V batteries, connected in series, can be connected with the FCP1004-E
power supply. According to the control units, the following batteries can be
installed:
-
XC1001-A : 4.5 Ah
XC1005-A : 4.5 Ah, 7.2 Ah, 12 Ah or 17 Ah
XC1003-A : 4.5 Ah or 7.2 Ah
Fig. 14
Battery connection
In some countries i.e. [FR], it is required to indicate the total loss of power supply (option with
requirement EN54-2). In such case, connect the wire provided between + of the batteries and the X28
terminal of XCM1002 mainboard.
If this option is not required in your country, do not connect the wire from +batteries to X28
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7.2.1
Battery capacity calculation
Battery capacity must be calculated according to the following formula:
KBatt = ((IR total * tR) + (IA total * tA)) * Kdis* Kage
KBatt:
IR total:
IA total:
tR :
tA:
Kdis:
Kage:
battery capacity (Ah)
operating current, internal and external in standby condition (A)
operating current, internal and external in alarm condition (A)
required backup time in standby condition (hours)
required backup time in alarm condition (hours)
= 1.1 drops in capacity, applicable only for 12 hours backup time or less
= 1.25 safety factor, applicable only for 24 hours backup time or less
To define the operating current, all internal and external devices connected to the
XC10 shall be taken into account:
-
all components installed inside the XC100x-A are considered as internal
devices, i.e.: XCA1030, XCA1031, relay modules, etc.
all components installed outside the XC100x-A are considered as external
devices, i.e.: actuator, sounders, warning panels, repeater terminals (when
supplied by the XC10), etc.
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Current consumption (A) / 24 VDC
Components
Standby condition
Alarm condition
XCM1002
Actuator
Warning panel
Sounder
Fire controls
0.168
0
0
0
0
0.247
See component datasheet
See component datasheet
See component datasheet
See component datasheet
XT1001-A1 powered by XC10
XCA1031
0.012
0.114
0.020
0.141
Single-sector installation example:
–
–
–
–
2 actuators (POUSSAX24) activated during 10 seconds (360mA each)
6 warning panels (70mA each)
10 sounders (20mA each)
2 repeaters XT1001-A1 powered by XC10
Battery capacity calculation for 12, 24 and 72 hours backup time, followed by an
alarm condition during 15 mn:
è IR total =
è IA total =
è
è
è
0.168 + (0.012 x 2) = 0.192 A
0.247 + (0.020 x 2) + ((0.360 x 2) x (10 / (15 x 60))) + (0.070 x 6) +
(0.020 x 10) = 0.915 A
12 hours : KBatt = ((0.192 x 12) + (0.915 x 0.25)) x 1.1 x 1.25 = 3.48 Ah
24 hours : KBatt = ((0.192 x 24) + (0.915 x 0.25)) x 1.25 = 6.04 Ah
72 hours : KBatt = ((0.192 x 72) + (0.91 x 0.25)) = 14.05 Ah
Multi-sector installation example:
– 4 solenoid valves (DEMAFM or DEMADEM) activated during 10 seconds
(400mA each)
– 1 actuator POUSSAX24 connected to XCA1031
– 12 warning panels (70mA each)
– 10 sounders (20mA each)
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– 2 fire controls, solenoid 3 W à door contact for ex.(125mA each)
– 2 repeaters XT1001-A1 powered by XC10
Battery capacity calculation for 12, 24 and 72 hours backup time, followed by an
alarm condition during 15 mn:
è IR total =
è IA total =
è
è
è
0.168 + 0.114 + (0.012 x 2) = 0.306 A
0.247 + 0.141 + ((0.400 x 4) * ( 10 / (15 x 60))) + 0.360 + (0.070 x 12) +
(0.020 x 10) + (0.125 x 2) + (0.020 x 2) = 2.095 A
12 hours : KBatt = ((0.306 x 12) + (2.095 x 0.25)) x 1.1 x 1.25 = 5.77 Ah
24 hours : KBatt = ((0.306 x 24) + (2.095 x 0.25)) x 1.25 = 9.83 Ah
72 hours : KBatt = ((0.306 x 72) + (2.095 x 0.25)) = 22.55 Ah à not possible with
the XC10 power supply
Installed batteries shall have a capacity > KBatt calculated
7.3
Fire detectors/Manual release control buttons
7.3.1
Standard wiring
Four monitored inputs are available on the X10 terminal block for the connection of
fire detectors or alarm contact (i.e. contact from FDCIO222) and electrical manual
triggering devices (DM1103-L)
-
Detection zones 1 to 3 operation is defined at programming steps 52 to 55 (see
paragraph 12.14)
Extinguishing manual release control operation is defined at programming step
65 (see paragraph 12.21). Up to 32 buttons DM1103-L can be connected
Technical data common to the 4 inputs
EOL: transzorb 18V connected at the end of the line
Line resistance max.: 80 Ω
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Fig. 15
XC100x-A, connection of detectors and manual triggering devices
The number of detectors which can be connected is determined by dividing the
collective system line connection factor (KLK = 32) by the collective element load
factor (KMK = see table below).
Series of detectors
Designation
KMK
Nb
ALGOREX
DO1101A / DO1102A / DO1104A
1
32
DT1101A / DT1102A
1
32
DF1191 / DF1192
6
5
FDOOT241-9 / FDOOT241-A9
2 … 1.25 (*)
16 … 25
FDF221-9 / FDF241-9
5
6
FDL241-9
10
3
OP320C / OH320C
1
32
HI320C / HI322C
1
32
OH110, OP110, HI110, HI112
1
32
SINTESO
SYNOVA
CERBERUS FD110 series
(*) Depends on detector index and set of parameters
For Sinteso and Cerberus FD110 series detectors, select an appropriate set of parameters.
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7.3.2
Wiring for explosion hazard areas
Fig. 16
Wiring for explosion hazard areas
In ex-areas, use only fire detectors that are approved for ex-areas. Between the
explosion-hazard area and the non-ex-area, the detector line must be galvanically
insulated (DC1192) and laid via a safety barrier (SB3). The termination element
EOL22Ex must be provided as line terminator.
Country-specific regulations always apply to installation in ex-areas.
The following document provides further informations:
Fire alarm signal in areas at risk of explosion - Principles, applications, installation,
maintenance (001204).
7.4
Monitored inputs
Four monitored inputs are available on X9 terminal block for the connection of
various devices. Operation is defined at programming steps 28 to 31 (see
paragraph 12.9).
Technical data common to the 4 inputs
EOL: 3.3 kΩ resistance connected at the end of the line
Line resistance max.: 80 Ω
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7.4.1
Monitored input 1
This input is exclusively reserved for the connection of the extinguishing
discharged contact. Operation is defined at programming step 28.
Fig. 17
1
2
3
7.4.2
XC100x-A, monitored input 1 connection
Discharged contact normally closed (NC)
Discharged contact normally open (NO)
No contact connected (3.3kΩ EOL is not required)
Monitored input 2
This input is exclusively reserved for the connection of the loss of agent devices
(manometer or weighing device). Operation is defined at programming step 29.
Fig. 18
1
2
3
7.4.3
XC100x-A, monitored input 2 connection
Loss of agent contact normally closed (NC)
Loss of agent contact normally open (NO)
Not used (3.3kΩ EOL is not required)
Monitored input 3
This input can be used for several purposes. Operation is defined at programming
step 30.
Fig. 19
1
2
3
4
5
XC100x-A, monitored input 3 connection
Mechanical blocking device
Extinguishing remote activation
Automatic blocked / Manual blocked / Automatic and manual blocked
Emergency abort
Not used (3.3kΩ EOL is not required)
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7.4.4
Monitored input 4
This input can be used for several purposes. Operation is defined at programming
step 31.
Fig. 20
1
2
3
4
XC100x-A, monitored input 4 connection
Emergency abort
Emergency hold
Automatic blocked / Manual blocked / Automatic and manual blocked
Not used (3.3kΩ EOL is not required)
When monitored inputs 3 and 4 are programmed respectively as « Emergency hold » and
« Emergency abort », emergency abort has the priority
7.5
Control inputs
Four control inputs, including three programmable (2 to 4), are available on X27
terminal block to receive controls or information via relay contacts. Operation is
defined at programming steps 48 to 51 (see paragraph 12.13).
Fig. 21
XC100x-A, control inputs connection
– These inputs shall not be activated by an external +24 V
– Relays must be installed inside the equipment
– When a control input is programmed as « Reset » or « Level 2 access » or « Manual blocked » or
« Automatic blocked » or « Automatic and manual blocked » or « Silence / Restart Sounders »,
theses controls must only be possible through an operating level 2 access device.
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7.6
Monitored control outputs
Five monitored control outputs are available on terminal blocks X7, X6 and X5 for
the connection of various devices.
Technical data for control outputs 1 to 3
- activation by reverse polarity (polarities indicated are “activated” polarities,
according to connected device, a diode can be necessary)
- line monitoring: 3.3 kΩ resistance connected at the end of the line
- protection: 1 AT fuse (F4 / F5 / F6)
Technical data for control outputs 4 and 5
- activation polarity is not reversed
- line monitoring: by calibration, within a range between 1 and 900 Ω
- protection: 2 AF fuse (F1 / F2)
Technical data common to the 5 control outputs
The maximum number of devices per output is determined by calculation, in 2
steps (see example below), depending on:
-
minimum/maximum XC10 operating voltage = 22.5 V / 27.6 V
nominal current consumption per device (@24V, see device technical data’s)
minimum device operating voltage (see device technical data’s)
protection fuse rating = 1 A or 2 A
cable resistance (2x1.5 mm2 = 24.2 Ω / km, 2x2.5 mm2 = 14.8 Ω / km)
Calculation example for a device consuming 0.35 A at 24 V and having a
minimum operating voltage of 17 V:
1. From maximum system voltage (VSYS MAX) in order to make sure that device
consumption does not exceed fuse rating.
-
Device current consumption at Vsys max = (27.6 x 0.35) ÷ 24 = 0.402 A
Maximum number of devices: 0.402 A x n ≤ 1 A or 2 A
=> n ≤ 1 ÷ 0.402 ≤ 2.48, i.e. 2 devices (outputs 1 to 3)
=> n ≤ 2 ÷ 0.402 ≤ 4.96, i.e. 4 devices (outputs 4 and 5)
2. From minimum system voltage (Vsys min) in order to make sure, that in spite of
the cable resistance voltage drop, device minimum operation voltage is
respected:
-
Device consumption at Vsys min = (17 x 0.35) ÷ 24 = 0.248 A
Maximum voltage drop = 22.5 - 17 = 5.5 V
Maximum line resistance (outputs 1 to 3) = 5.5 ÷ (0.248 x 2) = 11.08 Ω
Maximum line resistance (outputs 4 and 5) = 5.5 ÷ (0.248 x 4) = 5.54 Ω
Maximum line length (1.5 mm2) = (11.08 x 1000) ÷ 24.2 = 456 meters (outputs
1 to 3), = (5.54 x 1000) ÷ 24.2 = 228 meters (outputs 4 and 5)
Maximum line length (2.5 mm2) = (11.08 x 1000) ÷ 14.8 = 748 meters (outputs
1 to 3), = (5.54 x 1000) ÷ 14.8 = 374 meters (outputs 4 and 5)
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7.6.1
Monitored control output 1
This output is exclusively reserved for the connection of the Sounders. Operation is
defined at programming steps 05 and 10 (see paragraphs 12.4 and 12.6).
Fig. 22
1
2
7.6.2
XC100x-A, monitored control output 1 connection
Sounders
Control output not used (no EOL required)
Monitored control output 2
This output can be used for several purposes. Operation is defined at programming
step 11 (see paragraph 12.6).
Fig. 23
1
2
3
4
5
XC100x-A, monitored control output 2 connection
RT-alarm
Fire control(s): signal triggering to equipment outside the system, according to
EN12094-1 option with requirements 4.26
Sounder(s)
Warning panel(s) « Mechanical blocked » or « Automatic or manual blocked »
or « Automatic and manual blocked »
Control output not used (no EOL required)
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7.6.3
Monitored control output 3
This output is exclusively reserved for the connection of the warning panels.
Operation is defined at programming step 12 (see paragraph 12.6).
Fig. 24
1
2
7.6.4
XC100x-A, monitored control output 3 connection
Warning panel
Control output not used (no EOL required)
Monitored control output 4
This output is exclusively reserved for the connection of the actuator release.
These devices can be either electromagnetic or pyrotechnic actuators. Operation is
defined at programming steps 01, 02 and 13 (see paragraphs 12.3 and 12.6).
Step 01
Opt. 00 .. 72
Step 01
Opt. 00 .. 72
Step 02
Opt. 02 .. 90 or 99
Step 02
Opt. 01
Step 13
Opt. 01 ou 02
Step 13
Opt. 01 or 02
F1
X6 - 3
+
+
2 AF
1
10
OR
1
X6 - 4
n
-
1
Fig. 25
1
2
2
XC100x-A, monitored control output 4 connection
Electromagnetic actuators
Pyrotechnic actuators
Electromagnetic actuators
- One or more actuators, connected in parallel, can be connected (see example
at paragraph 7.6 to calculate the maximum number of devices per line as well
as maximum line length).
Pyrotechnic actuators
- 1 to 10 actuators maximum, connected in series, can be connected.
- The table below indicates max. line lengths, in meters, according to cable
section for the Siemens Monopist pyrotechnic actuator :
MONOPIST / code A6E60200462
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
1067
972
877
782
687
592
497
402
307
212
2
1745
1590
1434
1279
1123
968
813
657
502
346
1.5 mm
2.5 mm
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Option 01 at step 02 must be imperatively selected in case of pyrotechnic actuator and not be
selected in case of electromagnetic actuator.
7.6.5
Monitored control output 5
This output can be used for several purposes. Operation is defined at programming
steps 01, 03, 14, 63 and 64 (see paragraphs 12.3, 12.6 and 12.6).
Fig. 26
1
2
XC100x-A, monitored control output 5 connection
Actuators (electromagnetic or pyrotechnic)
Fire control(s): signal triggering to equipment outside the system according to
EN12094-1 option with requirements 4.26
Extract fan
Others (example: relay)
Output not used (no EOL required)
3
4
5
If this output is used to connect actuators, characteristics of the monitored output 4 (line length,
programming options, etc.) apply.
7.7
Programmable outputs
An output, among those described in this chapter, must obligatorily be
programmed to transmit the following information’s:
-
« Emission » (in all cases)
« Mechanical blocking » (1)
« Emergency hold/abort » (1)
« Automatic blocked » (in all cases)
(1)
7.7.1
When these options with requirements are used.
Driver outputs
Eight programmable drivers outputs (non-monitored), are available on X12 terminal
block. Operation is defined at programming steps 20 to 27 (see paragraph 12.8).
Technical data
Open collector type 24 Vcc – 40mA max.
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Fig. 27
XC100x-A, driver outputs connection
Theses outputs are intended to control external relays like Z3B171, for example:
- Shutting down the ventilation system
- Closing the extinguishing area doors
- Closing the fire dampers
- Status information’s
All relays must be installed inside the control unit.
7.7.2
Relay outputs
Five potential-free contacts, including 4 programmable (1, 2, 4 and 5), are available
on X11 terminal block to forward the event states to a remote transmission device
or to a fire detection system. Operation is defined at programming steps 15 to 19
(see paragraph 12.7). X13 and X17 jumpers make it possible to use either the NO
or NC contact.
Technical data
Contact breaking rating: 30V – 1 A (resistive circuit)
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Fig. 28
XC100x-A, relay outputs connection
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7.8
24V power supply output
A 24V power supply output, protected by fuse 1 AT (F3), is available on terminal
block X5-3 (+) / X5-4 (-) to power various devices (internal or external).
When the fuse F3 is blown, a general fault indication is displayed (see paragraph 14.2 for details).
7.9
Repeater terminal and repeater display
The repeater terminal/display must be connected to X12-9/10 (RS485 RTnet
connection).
For more information’s about repeater terminal and repeater display, see paragraph 9.4.
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8
Multi-sector installation
Multi-sector extinguishing systems are capable of protecting several flooding
zones. The basic setup consists of one common cylinder bank. To this cylinder
bank, a piping network is connected to every flooding zone by means of selector
valves. By opening the relevant selector valve, the extinguishing agent is guided to
the desired flooding area.
Up to 16 extinguishing panels (XC1003-A exclusively) can be inter-connected via
there individual modules (XCA1030) to a common module (XCA1031). This
application and its operation are defined at programming step 58 (see paragraph
12.16).
8.1
Functional description
Each extinguishing control panel controls everything from one flooding zone.
Panels are networked so that information’s can be exchanged from one panel to
the other.
As soon as an extinguishing control panel is activated (either automatically or
manually), the common pilot cylinder is released. Then, the corresponding sector
valve is opened and the number of cylinders that correspond to the flooding zone is
released.
After having released the extinguishing in one flooding zone, the automatic release
of other flooding zones can be automatically blocked in order to keep the
concentration in the first flooding zone or to prevent unwanted fire detection in the
others.
All connected devices are monitored like the single-sector application. In addition,
the common cylinder loss of agent information is reported to all linked panels.
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Discharged
contact
Flooding zone 1
Small room (1 cylinder)
Monitored input
XCA1030 / XC10 n°1
Selector valve
Remote
transmission to
fire brigade
Control line 5
XC10 n°1
Solenoid valve
(opens selector
valve)
Mechanical
blocking device
(option)
19" cabinet
Manual release
DM1103-L
XC1003-A
Extinguishing panel rack
XCA1030
Multi-zone
extension module
Fire detectors
Emergency hold
DM1103-S
Control line 4
XC10 n°1
XC1003-A
Extinguishing panel rack
Alarm sounder
Overpressure
flap
XC10 n°1
small room
XC10 n°2
large room
Ventilation system
XCA1030
Multi-zone
extension module
Optical Signaling
Equipment
XCA1031
Common multi-zone module
Control line 4
XC10 n°2
Alarm indicator
Repeater display
XT1001-A1
Repeater terminal
XT1002-A1
Flooding zone 2
Large room (3 cylinders)
Monitored input
XCA1030 / XC10 n°2
Control line 5
XC10 n°2
Control
pipe
Sector valve
small room
Fire detectors
Non return valve
Actuator
and cylinder
valve
Loss of agent
contact
Alarm sounder
Overpressure
flap
Sector valve
large room
Ventilation system
Optical Signaling
Equipment
Control
cylinder
Cylinder battery
Alarm indicator
Caption:
Repeater display
XT1001-A1
Repeater terminal
XT1002-A1
Detector line
Electrical lines
Maniflold (distribution pipe)
Control pipe
Fig. 29
Small room
Large room
XC1003-A, typical multi-sector installation
The example above describes the operation of a typical multi-zone installation on
the basis of the assumption that flooding zone 1 “small room” is activated:
1. XC10 n°1 “small room” is activated
At the beginning of the pre-discharged warning time:
2. control cylinder is released into the control pipe
3. XC10 n°1 control line 5 is activated
è consequence: the selector valve from the flooding zone 1 “small room” is
opening
At
4.
5.
6.
the end of the pre-discharged warning time:
XC10 n°1 control line 4 is activated
sector valve “small room” is opening
thanks to the non-return valve, only the left cylinder is released into the “small
room” flooding zone
7. XC10 n°2 “large room” is automatically blocked (if selected in programming)
according to EN12094-1 option with requirements 4.29
At the begening of the floodingtime:
8. discharged contact from the flooding zone 1 “small room” is activated and
“Discharged” led is indicated on XC10 n°1
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Detailed description
8.2.1
XCA1030 & XCA1031 connection
Redundant
actuator lines
Actuator
line 1
3.3kΩ
Actuator
line 2
3.3kΩ
1.2kΩ
BORA Box
Control
cylinder
3.3kΩ
XCA1031
multi-sector common
module
X1
Loss of agent
line
X4
1
1
F1
3.3kΩ
AXICOM
H2
H1
AXICOM
F2
AXICOM
Activation line
3 2 1
X3
X2
1
X5
Contact resistor
is included in
XCA1030
Multi - sector bus
XCA1030
Extension
module
X4
X6
X8
1
1
X5
X3
1
X5
1
X11
X 12
1
F5
F4
X 14
X 15
X16
X 17
1
F2
F1
X11
X 12
1
F6
F5
F4
X 14
X 15
X16
X 17
1
12
3
13
4
14
24
25
26
27
X 23
15
5
6
X8
7
13
4
14
6
29
7
18
30
24
25
26
27
X 23
15
5
28
17
X8
16
28
17
29
18
30
31
X4
21
1
32
S18
S1
1
31
20
21
ON
X20
22
32
ON
X20
S18
2
X21
23
X 35
Sector 1
Fig. 30
X 24
19
10
X1
20
22
X3
X 24
19
10
9
X4
X3
X28
X28
12
3
8
9
1
11
2
16
8
X1
1
X26
11
2
X18
1
X26
F3
X18
F3
8.2.2
X3
F2
1
F1
1
X13
F6
1
1
2
3
X1
1
F1
1
24V
24V
1
X8
X2
X1
F2
X4
X6
AXICOM
X2
X7
F1
AXICOM
F2
1
2
3
1
1
AXICOM
X7
AXICOM
1
1
X13
XCA1030
Extension
module
S1
1
2
X21
23
X 35
Sector 2
XC1003-A, typical multi-sector installation
XCA1030 module description
The XCA1030 module is connected to the XC1003-A mainboard. Each
extinguishing panel, part of a multi-sector application, must be equipped with this
module.
The selector valve input monitors the position of the selector valve (if the selector
valve is equiped with contact switches). During standby condition, if the selector
valve in not closed, the led « Incorrect status » is turned on. If a line fault (shortcircuit or disconnection) is detected, the led « Fault » is turned on.
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The activation line output (contact resistor) is activated as soon as the XC10 is
switched to the activated condition. This output is used to inform the XCA1031
common module that one XC10 is activated.
The multi-sector bus is a one way RS485 communication from the XCA1031
module to XCA1030 modules. It is used to send status informations and interblocking messages from the XCA1031 module to XCA1030 modules
Fig. 31
XCA1030, multiple flooding zones individual module
Mark
Pin
Function
X1
—
XCM1002 main board flat cable connection
X2
—
Not used
X3
—
Multi-sector bus configuration jumper (see paragraph 8.3)
X4
1 (+) / 3 (–)
2 (+) / 4 (–)
Multi-sector bus (RS485)
X5
—
Not used
X6
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Selector valve position monitoring input
X7
1 (+) / 3 (–)
2 (+) / 4 (–)
Activation line
X8
F1 / F2
8.2.3
—
Unused fuses
XCA1031 module description
In normal standby condition, the XCA1031 module sends polling messages to all
XCA1030’s connected on the multi-sector bus, so that each XC10 knows that the
XCA1031 is working correctly. The polling message contains the following
informations:
- loss of agent
- short circuit or disconnection of actuator line
- short circuit or disconnection of loss of agent line
- short circuit or disconnection of activation line
- multi-sector inter blocking
- earth fault
Due to EN12094-1 requirement (any fault on a transmission path shall not affect
the function of more than one flooding zone), the actuator line is redundant. No
calibration is required (reverse reverse polarity operation). If the actuator line is in
fault condition, the XCA1031 sends a fault message via the multi-sector bus and all
XC10’s “Actuator fault” leds are turned on.
Due to redundancy again, the XCA1031 must be powered with two different 24V
power supplies. LEDs H1 and H2 indicates the presence of these 24V power
supplies. Usually, the first and the last XC10s connected on the multi-sector bus
are used to power the XCA1031 module. If one power supply is missing, the
XCA1031 sends a fault message via the multi-sector-bus and all XC10’s “Fault”
leds are activated. However, in such condition, the system operation is not
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affected.
All manometer or weighing devices must be connected to the XCA1031 loss of
agent line (control cylinder and main cylinder bank). All contacts must be
connected in series (special cables connection are available: TOR-UNIT, TORMULTI, TOR-END). Normally closed contact must be used (i.e pressure or quantity
of gas is correct when the contact is closed). If one contact opens, the XCA1031
sends a fault message via the multi-sector bus and all XC10’s “Loss of agent” leds
are turned on. If the line is in fault condition, the XCA1031 sends a fault message
via the multi-sector bus and all XC10’s “Fault” leds are turned on.
The activation line informs the XCA1031 module that one of the XC10s connected
in the system is activated. If the activation line is in fault condition (short-circuit or
disconnection), the XCA1031 sends a fault message via the multi-sector bus and
all XC10’s “Actuator fault” leds are turned on.
Once a sector is activated, the new condition is transferred to the XCA1030
module, which closes the activation line resistor switch. The “Alarm” condition of
the activation line informs the XCA1031 module that one of the extinguishing
sectors is activated. Then, the XCA1031 activates the redundant actuator line,
which causes the release of the control cylinder. The inter-blocking information is
automatically sent from the XCA1031 to all connected XC10s via the Multi-sector
bus, and all XC10’s which are in standby condition, are blocked (only the actuator
control line is blocked).
Fig. 32
XCA1031 multi-sector common module
Mark
Pin
Function
X1
1 (+) / 2 (–)
24 V power supply input N° 1
X2
3 (+) / 4 (–)
24 V power supply input N° 2
1 (–) / 2 (+)
Loss of agent monitored input
3 (–) / 4 (+)
Activation line
5 (–) / 7 (+)
6 (–) / 8 (+)
Multi-sector bus (RS485)
X3
—
RS485 bus configuration jumper (see paragraph 8.3)
X4
1 (+) / 2 (–)
Actuator line 1 (indicated polarities are control polarities)
3 (+) / 4 (–)
Actuator line 2 (indicated polarities are control polarities)
X5
—
Ground connection
H1 / H2
—
24V power supply input indications (H1: input 1, H2: input 2)
F1 / F2
—
1 AF fuse protection for actuator lines 1 (F1) and 2 (F2)
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Installation and wiring
Multiple flooding zones modules are mounted on a DIN rail:
- XCA1031 : in the 19" cabinet where XC1003-A control units are installed
- XCA1030 : in each XC1003-A (see Fig. 3)
The drawing below shows a connection example between XCA1030 modules and
the XCA1031 for a 3 flooding zones installation.
Note: to ensure power supply redundancy, connect the 24V power supply to the
XCA1031 module from two XC10 panels. Otherwise, a fault message is displayed
on all XC10 panels.
Fig. 33
XC1003-A, multi-sector installation connection
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8.4
Modules technical specification
XCA1030:
Selector valve position monitoring input:
- line monitoring: 3.3 kΩ resistance connected at the end of the line
- contact resistor: 1.2 kΩ
- line resistance: 80 Ω max.
XCA1031:
Actuator line 1 and 2:
- device can be either electromagnetic or pyrotechnic actuator
- activation by reverse polarity (polarities indicated are “activated” polarities,
according to connected device, a diode can be necessary)
- line monitoring: 3.3 kΩ resistance connected at the end of the line
- protection: 1 AF fuse (F1 / F2)
- cable type: 2 x 2.5mm2 max.
- length / resistance of the line: see paragraph 7.6
Loss of agent input:
- line monitoring: 3.3 kΩ resistance connected at the end of the line
- contact resistor: 1.2 k Ω
- line resistance: 80 Ω max.
– See paragraph 14.2 for detailed display of faults and states related to multi-sector application.
– See paragraph 8.3 for assembly and connection details.
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Accessories
9.1
FCA1007 – Key switch
This device, only usable with XC1001-A and XC1005-A control panel, is connected
to the terminal block X8 of XCM1002 mainboard (see paragraph 4.5) and allows
operating access level 2 access per key rather than by code:
- the use must be defined by programming (see paragraph 12.15)
- mounting instructions are delivered with the product.
9.2
FDCI222 / FDCIO222 – Input/output interfaces
The XC100x-A control panels can be easily integrated into a large fire safety
system to share the local status information and to receive controls. This ensures
comfortable visibility of both fire detection and extinguishing at a central point.
FDCI222 / FDCIO222 module interfaces are used to connect the XC100x-A to the
FDNet bus. The FDCI222 is used to transmit information’s from the XC100x-A to
the fire safety system. The FDCIO222 is used to transmit information’s from the
XC100x-A to the fire safety system and to receive controls from the fire safety
system to the XC100x-A.
-
9.3
with variants XC1005-A and XC1003-A, the module interface can be installed in
the equipment (see fig. 2 and 3 for the locations)
with variant XC1001-A, the module interface must be installed outside the
equipment, close to it
Remote transmitter
A remote transmitter can be connected to the XC100x-A as described in the
following drawing:
Fig. 34
XC100x-A, remote transmitter connection
– In order to be compliant with EN54-2 / paragraph 8.1.2 and EN12094-1 paragraph 4.13.1 h), the
transmission of the fault condition must be monitored and consequently, the transmitter device must
include a dedicated monitored input
– Prog. step 49 option 09 must be selected to configure the control input 2 as transmitter fault input
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Repeaters
9.4.1
Description
The repeater connects to the XC10 extinguishing control panel and provides
remote status indication and remote control.
-
-
Up to 16 repeaters can be connected to each XC10 control panel
The number of repeaters connected to an XC10 is configured with programming
step 60
Data transmission path called RTNet is using RS485 physical layer
Maximum line lengh: 1200 m
Repeaters can be powered either from the XC10 24V output or from an external
power supply
Repeaters are supervised and the XC10 indicates a fault condition if one
repeater is disconnected with identification address
In case repeaters are accidentally disconnected, an audible signal is indicated
thanks to a small battery inside each repeater
2 variants are available:
- repeater display: XT/XTA1001-A1 provides remote status indication
- repeater terminal: XT/XTA1002-A1 provides remote status indication and
remote control
Each variant can be delivered either in a plastic housing (XT100x-A1) or with a
19” mounting plate (XTA100x-A1)
Fig. 35
XT/XTA1001-A1 – XT/XTA1002-A1 description
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Technical data:
- Power supply voltage range: 8 … 30V
- Current consumption:
- standby condition: 12 mA
- alarm condition: 20 mA
- Operating / Storage temperature: -5°C … +40°C / -10°C … +60°C
- IP rating: IP40
- Dimensions (l x h x p) : 210 x 200 x 48 mm
- Weight : XT1001-A : 510 g / XT1002-A : 625 g
9.4.2
User interface
Fig. 36
XT/XTA1001-A1 – XT/XTA1002-A1 user interface
Led
N°
1
2
3
4
5
7
9
10
11
12
13
15
Color
Green
Yellow
Red
Red
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Etat
Description
On
On
On
Repeater is powered
Communication fault with the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (8) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (17) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (18) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (14) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (16) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (2) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (6) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (13) of the XC10
(1)
Image of the led (24) of the XC10
Power supply fault
(1)
see paragraph 4.6 « User interface »
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Key N°
Description
Silence internal buzzer
1
è Operating access level required for this operation: level 1 or level 2
è This operation silences the repeater buzzer only, not the XC10 buzzer
Led and buzzer test (duration = 5 seconds):
2
All led indicators are switched on and the internal buzzer sounds continuously
è Operating access level required for this operation: level 1 or level 2
è This operation starts the repeater led test only, not the XC10 led test
Remote control of the XC10 « Mode of operating », by successive pressing:
3
–
–
–
1st pressing:
2nd pressing:
3rd pressing:
automatic blocked
automatic and manual blocked
normal mode
è Operating access level required for this operation = level 2
è Status indication on XC10 is automatically updated
Remote control of the XC10 « Silence / Re-sound sounders », by successive pressing:
4
–
–
–
–
1st pressing:
2nd pressing:
3rd pressing:
etc
silence sounders
restart sounders
silence sounders
è Operating access level required for this operation : level 2 (silence sounders is not
possible during pre-discharged warning time)
è Status indication on XC10 is automatically updated
Operating access level is selected with the KABA key:
5
9.4.3
-
key on the vertical position: operating access level 1
key on the horizontal position: operating access level 2 (in this position, the key cannot
be removed)
Mainboard
Fig. 37
Id
SW1
SW3
SW4
SW5
ST3 / ST4
ST5
ST6 / ST7
1
2
XT/XTA1001-A1 – XT/XTA1002-A1 mainboard
Function
Switch for operating access level 2 (XT/XTA1002-A1 only)
Rotary switch for selection of the repeater address
Reset
RTNet end of line element (factory setting: ON)
RTNet (RS485)
External power supply fault
24V power supply
9V battery connector
Internal buzzer
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9.4.4
Connections and configuration
Repeaters can be powered directly from the XC10 24V output or from an external
power supply. Wiring depends on the type of power supply connection:
OFF
SW3
SW5
ST3
ST4
OFF
XT/XTA100x-A1
N° 1
ST5
ST6
ST7
SW3
SW5
ST3
ST4
SW3
SW5
ST3
ST4
ON
XT/XTA100x-A1
N° 2
ST5
ST6
ST7
SW3
SW5
ST3
ST4
SW3
SW5
ST3
ST4
XT/XTA100x-A1
N° 16
ST5
ST6
ST7
XC100x-A
(XCM1002)
X18
OFF
SW3
SW5
ST3
ST4
OFF
XT/XTA100x-A1
N° 1
ST5
ST6
ST7
ON
XT/XTA100x-A1
N° 2
ST5
ST6
ST7
XT/XTA100x-A1
N° 16
ST5
ST6
ST7
1
X18
XC100x-A
(XCM1002)
Fig. 38
Contact 1 : mains fault
Contact 2 : battery fault
2
External 24V
PSU
XT/XTA1001-A1 – XT/XTA1002-A1 connection
Cable types :
è
è
è
è
RTNet - Repeater powered from the XC10:
– 2 wires
2
– conductor cross section max.: 1.5mm
– twisted (at least 7 twists per meter) and shielded
RTNet - Repeater powered from an external power supply:
– 3 wires between the power supply and the first repeater / 2 cores between
other repeaters
2
– conductor cross section max.: 1.5 mm
– twisted (at least 7 twists per meter) and shielded
Power supply fault:
– 2 wires between the power supply and the first repeater
2
– conductor cross section max.: 1.5 mm
– twisted (at least 7 twists per meter)
Power supply (all cases) :
– 2 wires
2
– conductor cross section max. : 1.5 mm
– Maximun RTNet line lengh : 1200 m
– Sub-stubs are not permitted
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Configuration
– SW5 : shall be switched to « ON » position on the last repeater of the RTNet
line, shall be switched to « OFF » position on all others repeaters
– SW3 : rotary switch for setting the repeater address (any address change shall
be followed by a reset of the repeater)
9.4.5
SW3 (pos.)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
repeater N°
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Wiring recommandations
To guarantee a good EMC immunity, the following wiring recommandations must
be respected:
1. Cut the cable drain at the insulating sleeve
2. Twist the shield and connect it to the ST6-0V (repeater terminal side) and to
X5-4 (XC10 side) according to the drawing below
3. Twist the 2 cable wires and connect them to ST3 (repeater terminal side) and to
X12-9..10 (XC10 side) according to the drawing below
ST4
ST3
ST5
Rtnet OUT
Rtnet IN
Supply
fault
SW3
Address
GND
X5
X6
4
ST7
24V IN 24V OUT
X7
X9
1
X27 1
X10
X11
F1
1
F6
1
1
1
F2
GND
ST6
F5
X12
9
F4
X14
X15
X16
X17
F3
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Operating access levels
10
Operating access levels
XC100x-A equipment operation is organised in several operating access levels.
10.1
Operating access level 1
This level gives access to:
- silence buzzer (see programming options in step 56)
- led test
- fault detailed display
- alarm counter display (XC1003-A and XC1005-A only)
10.2
Operating access level 2
This operating access level gives access, after code input on keyboard (4 2 3 3 by
default or personalised) or by key (option), to the following controls:
- silence buzzer (see programming options in step 56)
- silence / re-sound sounders
- automatic blocked / automatic and manual blocked
- disable / enable
- test of zones 1...4
- reset
- test of sounders, warning panels, RT-alarm and RT-fault
- Operating access level 2 is automatically disabled after 4 minutes if no handling is carried out for
this period
- Operating access level 2 can be manually swiched back to level 1 after the same code input (For
customers who don't want to wait 4 minutes)
10.3
Operating access level 3A
This operating access level gives access, after code input on the keyboard, to the
“system test” function (see paragraph 15.6).
10.4
Operating access level 3B
This operating access level gives access, after removing the front plastic cover and
codes input on the keyboard, to:
- user functions programming
- outputs individual test
- checksum display
- alarm counter display
- maintenance PC connection (no code is needed)
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Extinguishing process diagrams
11
Extinguishing process diagrams
The following diagrams show the execution of an extinguishing process initiated by
an automatic activation, a manual release and a mechanical release on the
cylinders (optional).
Fig. 39
Extinguishing process initiated by automatic detectors
Fig. 40
Extinguishing process initiated by a manual release (DM1103-L)
Released
Mechanical manual
release (optional)
Flooding time
Reset
Depends on programming
Sounders
Silence / Re-sound
Discharged contact
Reset
Fig. 41
Extinguishing process initiated by a mechanical release on the cylinders
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12
Programming
12.1
Before starting
Some of the programming options are entitled « Processing as ». This means that
an output, programmed with this option, will function in the same way:
Processing as :
Description
RT-alarm
Output can be disabled via key 11 (“Disable RT-Alarm”)
Output line fault is reported on “RT-alarm” fault indicator (*)
RT-fault
Output can be disabled via key 11 (“Disable RT-Fault”)
Output line fault is reported on “RT-fault” fault indicator (*)
Fire controls
Output can be disabled via key 10 (“Disable fire controls”)
Output line fault is reported on “Fault” indicator (*)
– Activated 5, 10 or 15 seconds before the end of the pre-discharged
warning time until “Reset”
Fire controls A, B, C
Output can be disabled via key 10 (“Disable fire controls”)
Output line fault is reported on “Fire controls” fault indicator (*)
A controls = activated on pre-alarm until "Reset"
B controls = activated on pre-alarm, activated, released until "Reset"
C controls = activated on activated, released until "Reset"
Sounders
Output can be disabled via key 10 (“Disable Sounder/Actuator”)
Output line fault is reported to “Sounders” fault indicator (*)
Actuators
Output can be disabled via key 10 (“Disable Sounder/Actuator”)
Output line fault is reported to “Actuators” fault indicator (*)
Door holder
In order to maintain the gas concentration as long as possible, the
flooded area must be as tight as possible. Doors are automatically
closed before the release by de-energizing a solenoid holder.
“Door holder” output is:
- energized during standby condition
- de-energized
- at the beginning of the pre-discharged warning time until “Reset”
- in case mains failure is longer than 15mn (to save battery
capacity)
- in case zone fault/disable (zone which triggers extinguishing)
- in case manual release fault/disable condition
- in case extinguishing disabled
Disable impossible
Output line fault is reported on “Fault” indicator (*)
Fire damper
This output is used to connect a fire damper, which must be
closed/opened a few seconds before the gas release and
closed/opened once the gas is released.
For safety reasons, it is not recommanded to connect an over-pressure
flap to this output (In case the line is broken, damage may occur on the
room structure).
– Activated between 60 and 10 seconds before the end, or at the end
of the pre-discharged warning time
– De-activated after a duration reglable from 0 to 5 mn or on “Reset”
Disable impossible
Output line fault is reported on “Fault” indicator (*)
Extract fan
The extract fan provides a means to vent a room of extinguishing gases
but prevents the gases from being vented during a discharge.
-
-
The extract fan can be activated only manually with the specific
code "1231" (level 2 required) at any time except during “Predischarged warning time” and “Flooding time”
An activated extract fan shall be automatically de-activated if an
extinguishing process is started
The extract fan can be de-activated only with the “Reset” key
Disable impossible
Output line fault is reported on “Fault” indicator (*)
Not specified
Disable impossible
Output line fault is reported on “Fault” indicator (*)
(*)Applies only to monitored outputs
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Navigation in programming
Programming is carried out using the « Silence buzzer » (6), « Reset » (7), « Mode
select » (8), « Led test » (9) keys and the 4-digit display:
- The “Silence buzzer” key (6) allows scrolling the steps ahead, the “Reset” (7)
key scrolling back
- The “Mode select” (8) key allows scrolling the options ahead, the “Led test” (9)
key scrolling back
- Both digits on the left indicate programming step, both digits on the right
indicate options available for this step
“Silence buzzer”
Digit A
“Mode select”
Digit B
6
8
7
9
“Reset”
Step selection
Option selection
“Led test”
Entering / leaving programming
1. Remove the front panel
2. Set the panel to operating access level 2
3. Press and hold down the key « Silence buzzer » (6) then enter the digit
code 1 4 2 4 2 3 2 1 on the keyboard to enter programming:
è “Disable” LED(6) lights up (fixed), « Test » (7), « Fire alarm » (8) and
« Remote transmission » (9) LED light up alternatively, « Operating access »
(10) LED switch off
è the display indicates, for example, « 0130 » (=step 01, option 30)
4. Carry out the modifications, if necessary
5. Press simultaneously keys “1” and “4” to save and leave programming or key
“Reset” (S1) on the XCM1002 mainboard to leave programming without saving.
If no further key is pressed for more than 4 minutes, programming mode is automatically terminated,
with modifications saved.
12.2
Presettings
Sixteen country presettings and a factory presetting are available.
Procedure
1. Remove the front panel
2. Press the « Reset » key (S1) XCM1002 board:
è the display indicates « b » (= system boot) then a few seconds later the
indicator « General fault » (2) flashes slowly
3. During this phase (≈ 30 seconds), press and hold down keys « 1 » to « 4 » of the
keyboard until « b » disappears:
è the display indicates the presetting number (number between 00 and 16)
è LED « General fault » (2) and « Power supply fault » (3) light up (pulsating
fast)
4. If the appropriate presetting is displayed (see table below), go to point 6, if not,
go to point 5
5. Press as many times as necessary the key « Mode » (8) to select the
appropriate presetting
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6. Press and hold down the keys “1” to “4” of the keyboard to validate
The validation of a country presetting (whatever it is) implies that any modification (of one or some of
the programming options) will be cancelled and replaced by the options of this presetting.
Presettings and corresponding options
Factory test
16
Reserve
15
Reserve
14
Reserve
13
Sinorix
Compact
12
Siemens
Energy
11
TR
10
SP
09
FI
08
NL
07
BE
06
CZ
05
SE
04
CH
03
DK
02
FR
01
Default
Step
00
01
30
30
30
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
20
30
30
30
00
02
01
01
01
04
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
04
04
01
01
01
60
03
01
01
01
04
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
04
04
01
01
01
60
04
01
01
15
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
10
01
01
01
01
01
05
09
08
10
01
03
09
09
03
09
02
09
09
01
09
09
09
06
06
03
03
05
02
05
02
03
02
03
02
03
02
02
03
03
03
02
07
01
02
01
02
02
05
02
02
01
01
01
02
02
01
01
01
01
08
01
03
01
03
01
01
03
02
01
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
01
09
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
10
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
11
01
03
01
02
09
01
02
06
01
04
01
99
02
01
01
01
01
12
01
01
04
01
03
04
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
13
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
14
03
09
01
01
04
03
09
05
03
01
03
99
01
03
03
03
01
15
18
04
18
06
18
18
14
18
18
18
06
06
06
18
18
18
09
16
01
05
01
04
07
01
06
19
01
19
04
04
04
01
01
01
09
17
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
18
12
06
20
17
14
12
04
16
12
14
17
17
17
12
12
12
09
19
16
11
17
11
17
17
11
11
16
17
11
11
11
16
16
16
09
20
04
04
04
04
02
04
04
07
04
05
01
04
04
04
04
04
09
21
07
14
07
07
03
07
08
08
07
06
07
07
07
07
07
07
09
22
05
05
05
05
04
05
04
04
05
07
05
05
05
05
05
05
09
23
06
06
06
06
05
06
05
05
06
08
06
06
06
06
06
06
09
24
11
11
11
14
06
11
06
06
11
11
11
14
14
11
11
11
09
25
15
15
15
17
14
15
14
14
15
14
15
17
17
15
15
15
09
26
12
12
12
11
17
12
17
16
12
13
12
11
11
12
12
12
09
27
13
13
21
22
11
13
11
11
13
09
13
22
22
13
13
13
09
28
01
03
01
02
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
02
03
01
01
01
02
29
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
30
01
06
01
02
01
01
06
01
01
01
04
02
06
01
01
01
04
31
03
06
03
03
05
01
03
03
03
03
03
04
06
03
03
03
03
32
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
33
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
34
01
01
01
02
02
01
01
02
01
02
01
02
02
01
01
01
01
35
01
01
02
02
02
02
02
01
01
01
01
02
02
01
01
01
01
36
01
02
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
37
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
01
03
02
02
02
02
01
38
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
01
02
02
02
02
02
01
39
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
40
01
02
02
02
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
02
01
01
01
01
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Factory test
16
Reserve
15
Reserve
14
Reserve
13
Sinorix
Compact
12
Siemens
Energy
11
TR
10
SP
09
FI
08
NL
07
BE
06
CZ
05
SE
04
CH
03
DK
02
FR
01
Default
Step
00
41
01
01
02
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
42
01
04
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
43
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
01
02
02
02
02
01
44
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
45
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
46
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
47
03
03
04
04
04
02
03
02
03
03
02
02
04
03
03
03
01
48
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
49
12
08
01
01
01
04
01
01
12
07
12
12
07
12
12
12
11
50
12
12
12
02
07
12
11
08
12
11
04
02
02
12
12
12
11
51
12
12
12
12
12
12
02
12
12
12
02
12
12
12
12
12
11
52
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
53
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
54
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
55
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
56
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
57
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
58
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
59
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
60
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
01
61
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
01
02
02
02
02
02
62
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
63
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
64
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
65
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
66
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
67
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
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Step
01
Option
Steps 01 to 04 - Time duration settings
Description
Pre-discharged warning time for automatic release (check programming step 65 for manual release)
The Pre-discharged warning time sets the countdown duration before the actuator extinguishing release triggering. During this time,
the reset function is not possible. Adjustable from 0 to 120 seconds by step of 5 seconds
Default : 30 s
Values from 65 seconds to 120 seconds are not compliant to EN12094-1. This must be clearly indicated in the installation test
report. (Application: activation of very slow dampers (100 - 120 seconds to open), during the pre-discharged warning time
02
00
0 second
05
5 seconds
10
10 seconds
15
15 seconds
20
20 seconds
25
25 seconds
30
30 seconds
35
35 seconds
40
40 seconds
45
45 seconds
50
50 seconds
55
55 seconds
60
60 seconds
61
65 seconds
62
70 seconds
63
75 seconds
64
80 seconds
65
85 seconds
66
90 seconds
67
95 seconds
68
100 seconds
69
105 seconds
70
110 seconds
71
115 seconds
72
120 seconds
Monitored output 4 : activation duration
The actuator activation time sets the duration of extinguishing release output to Control Line 4. During this time, the reset function
is not possible.
Adjustable:
- from 5s to 300s (5mn) seconds by step of 5s
- from 5mn30s to 10mn by step of 30s
- from 11mn to 30mn by step of 1mn
- until "Reset" operation
Default: 5 s
Note 1: For pyrotechnical actuators select an activation time of 5s
Note 2: For solenoid actuators, select an activation time of at least 10s. Keep this time duration to a minimum in order to minimize
current consumption
According to EN12094-1 option with requirement 4.21, this duration can be cancelled by using code (operating access level 3). It is
applicable only for installations using electrical valves where the gas concentration is directly function of the valve opening duration.
01
5 seconds
02
10 seconds
03
15 seconds
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58
290 seconds
59
295 seconds
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03
300 seconds (5mn)
61
5mn 30s
62
6mn
63
6mn 30s
64
7mn
65
7mn 30s
66
8mn
67
8mn 30s
68
9mn
69
9mn 30s
70
10mn
71
11mn
72
12mn
73
13mn
74
14mn
75
15mn
76
16mn
77
17mn
78
18mn
79
19mn
80
20mn
81
21mn
82
22mn
83
23mn
84
24mn
85
25mn
86
26mn
87
27mn
88
28mn
89
29mn
90
30mn
99
Until "Reset"
Monitored output 5 : activation duration
Applicable, with the same options as at step 02, only if this output is set to “Process as actuator” (see step 14).
04
Flooding time
The flooding time sets the duration the gas concentration must be maintained. During this time, the reset function is not possible.
Adjustable from 0 to 30 minutes by step of 1 minute
Default: 1 minute
00
30 seconds
01
1 minute
02
2 minutes
03
3 minutes
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28
28 minutes
29
29 minutes
30
30 minutes
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12.4
Step
05
Option
Step 05 - Sounders
Description
Sounders: program the pattern
Fire alarm
Activated
Emergency hold/abort
Released
01
Continuous
Pulsated fast
Pulsated slow
Pulsated fast
02
Pulsated slow
Pulsated fast
Pulsated slow
Continuous
03
Pulsated fast
Pulsated long
Pulsated fast
Continuous
04
Pulsated slow
Continuous
Pulsated slow
Continuous
05
Continuous
Continuous
Pulsated slow
Pulsated fast
06
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
07
Pulsated slow
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
08
Not activated
Continuous
Pulsated slow
Continuous
09
Pulsated long
Pulsated fast
Pulsated slow
Continuous
10
Pulsated fast
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
11
Pulsating fast
Continuous
Pulsating fast
Continuous
12
Not activated
Pulsated fast
Not activated
Continuous
Pulsated fast =
Pulsated slow =
Pulsated long =
Active 1 second / Inactive 1 second
Active 1 second / Inactive 4 seconds
Active 4 seconds / Inactive 1 second
Note: according to EN 12094-1 paragraph 4.30.2, sounders activation during released condition shall be continuous
12.5
Step
06
07
08
09
Option
Steps 06 to 09 - Remote transmission
Description
RT-alarm: program the activation
01
Active in state fire alarm until "Reset"
02
Active in state fire alarm, activated, released until "Reset"
03
Active in state activated, released until "reset"
04
Active in state released until "reset"
05
Active in state fire alarm, activated, released, zone 4 in alarm condition, until "reste"
Application: transmit RT-Alarm as soon as the DM1103-L is activated, even if “Manual blocked” is selected
RT-fault : program the activation
01
Activation : without delay on any fault
Duration : until buzzer silence
02
Activation : without delay on any fault
Duration : until buzzer silence and fault elimination
03
Activation : after 3 mn, on any fault, if buzzer is not silenced
Duration : until buzzer silence
04
Activation : after 3 mn, on any fault, if buzzer is not silenced
Duration : until buzzer silence and fault elimination
05
Activation : without delay on any fault, disable, mechanical blocking, loss of agent, incorrect status
Duration : until activation cause disappears
« Remote transmission » LED (9): activation and operation
01
Lights up on RT-alarm (Enable/Disable, via key 11, possible)
02
Lights up on RT-alarm and RT-fault (Enable/Disable, via key 11, possible)
03
Unused (key 11 disabled)
Application: Remote transmission not used [FR] à outputs programmed as “ Remote transmission” cannot be disabled
04
Lights up on Control Output 1 or 2 or 3 activated
Application: for Austria only
RT-Alarm and RT-Fault suppression when operating access level 2
01
Remote transmission not blocked
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12.6
Step
10
11
12
13
14
Option
Remote transmission blocked
Application: avoid the remote transmission when the system is controlled by the operator
Steps 10 to 14 - Monitored outputs 1 to 5
Description
Monitored output 1 : select the operation
01
Processing as “Sounders” (see step 05 and paragraph 12.1)
Active until “Silence/Re-sound” or “Reset” via non-monitored control input 1
99
Do not use this option
Monitored output 2 : select the operation
01
Processing as “RT-alarm” (see step 06 and paragraph 12.1)
02
Processing as “Fire controls A” (see paragraph 12.1)
03
Processing as “Fire controls B” (see paragraph 12.1)
04
Processing as “Fire controls C” (see paragraph 12.1)
05
Processing as “Sounders” (see steps 05 and 10 and paragraph 12.1)
06
Processing as “Sounders” (see steps 05 and 10 and paragraph 12.1), except that:
- is activated continuously in state “Activated”
- is deactivated in state “Emergency Hold/Abort”
Application: additional wire for second tone sounder
07
Active in state “Mechanical blocked”
Application: use of a specific Warning Panel showing that extinguishing is blocked
08
Active in state “Automatic blocked” or “Manual blocked”
Application: specific Warning Panel for “Manual Blocked” or “Automatic Blocked”
09
Active in state “Automatic blocked” and “Manual blocked”
Application: specific Warning Panel for “Manual Blocked” and “Automatic Blocked”
99
Not used (no EOL required)
Monitored output 3 : operation
Fire alarm
Evacuation
Released
01
Not activated
Continuous
Continuous until "Reset"
02
Not activated
Pulsating
Continuous until "Reset"
03
Not activated
Pulsating
Continuous until “key 4” is pressed after "Reset"
04
Pulsating
Continuous
Continuous until "Reset"
05
Not activated
Pulsating
Pulsating until "Reset"
99
Not used (no EOL required)
Monitored output 4 : operation
01
Processing as “Actuators”, activated at the end of the pre-discharged warning time
02
Processing as “Actuators”, activated at the beginning of the pre-discharged warning time
Application: activation of a pneumatic delay device
Monitored output 5 : operation
01
Processing as “Actuators”, activated at the end of the pre-discharged warning time (see step 02 and paragraph 12.1)
02
Processing as “Actuators”, activated at the beginning of the pre-discharged warning time (see step 02 and paragraph 12.1)
03
Processing as “Fire controls A” (see paragraph 12.1)
04
Processing as “Fire controsl B” (see paragraph 12.1)
05
Processing as “Fire controls C” (see paragraph 12.1)
06
Processing as “Fire control", activated 5s before the end of the pre-discharged warning time (see paragraph 12.1)
07
Processing as “Fire control", activated 10s before the end of the pre-discharged warning time (see paragraph 12.1)
08
Processing as “Fire control", activated 15s before the end of the pre-discharged warning time (see paragraph 12.1)
09
Processing as "Extract fan" (see paragraph 12.1)
10
Processing as "Fire damper" (see steps 63 and 64 and paragraph 12.1)
11
Processing as "Door holder" (see paragraph 12.1)
12
Active in state “Mechanical Blocked”
Application: use of a specific Warning Panel showing that extinguishing is blocked
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14
Active in state "Manual blocked”
15
Active in state "Automatic blocked” or "Manual blocked"
16
Active in state "Automatic blocked” and "Manual blocked"
17
Active in state "Emergency hold/abort"
18
Processing as "Sounders", follows the activation of monitored output 1 (see steps 05 and 10 and paragraph 12.1)
19
Active in state "Fire alarm" until “Reset”
20
Active in state "Activated" until “Reset”
21
Active in state "Released" until “Reset”
22
Active in state "Fire alarm" or "Activated" or "Released" until “Reset”
23
Active in state "Activated" or "Released" until “Reset” (same as option 20)
99
Not used (no EOL required)
12.7
Step
15
Active in state “Automatic Blocked”
Option
Steps 15 to 19 - Relay contact 1 to 5
Description
Relay output 1 : select the function
01
Processing as “Fire controls A” (see paragraph 12.1)
02
Processing as “Fire controls B” (see paragraph 12.1)
03
Processing as “Fire controls C” (see paragraph 12.1)
04
Active in state ”Fire alarm” until “Reset”
05
Active in state ”Activated” until “Reset”
06
Active in state ”Released” until “Reset”
07
Active in state “Fire alarm” or “Activated” or ”Released” until “Reset”
08
Active in state “Activated” or ”Released” until “Reset” (same as option 05)
09
Active in state “Loss of agent”
10
Active in state “Detector test”
11
Active in state “Disabled”
12
Active in state “Emergency hold/abort”
13
Active in state “Mechanical blocked”
14
Active in state “Automatic blocked”
15
Active in state “Manual blocked”
16
Active in state “Automatic blocked” or “Manual blocked”
17
Active in state “Automatic blocked” and “Manual blocked”
18
Processing as "RT-alarm"(see step 06 and paragraph 12.1)
19
Processing as "RT-fault"(see step 07 and paragraph 12.1)
20
Inactive in state “Fault” or “Disable” or “Mechanical blocked” or “Loss of agent” or “Incorrect status”
Active in all other states
21
Active during 5 seconds when the key reset is pressed
Application: reset of an XC10 panel and reset of an ASD system within a single operation
22
Active in state:
- “Manual blocked”
- Zone 4 in fault condition
- “Processing as actuator” control lines in fault condition
- Actuator disabled
23
Active in state Zone 1 alarm condition until “Reset”
24
Active in state Zone 2 alarm condition until “Reset”
25
Active in state Zone 3 alarm condition until “Reset”
26
Active in state Zone 4 manual release activated condition until “Reset”
27
Processing as "Extract fan"(see paragraph 12.1)
28
Processing as "Fire damper"(see steps 63 and 64 and paragraph 12.1)
29
Processing as “Door holder” (see paragraph 12.1)
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30
Processing as “Sounders” (see steps 05 and 10 and paragraph 12.1)
31
Active in state "Selector valve opened" (XCA1030 multi-sector module)
32
Active in state "Extinguishing activated from electrical manual release"
33
Active in state "Extinguishing activated from automatic detectors"
34
Active in state "Extinguishing activated from remote activation"
35
Active in state "Fault" condition
36
Active in state of LED test
37
Processing as “Door holder” inverted
38
Combined option 17 and option 11
Relay contact 2 : select the function
Same options as relay contact 1 – default = 01
17
Relay contact 3 : select the function
18
Relay contact 4 : select the function
19
Relay contact 5 : select the function
01
Processing as "RT-fault"
Same options as relay contact 1 – default = 12
Same options as relay contact 1 – default = 16
12.8
Step
20
Option
Steps 20 to 27 - Driver outputs 1 to 8
Description
Driver output 1 : select the function
01
Processing as “Fire controls A” (see paragraph 12.1)
02
Processing as “Fire controls B” (see paragraph 12.1)
03
Processing as “Fire controls C” (see paragraph 12.1)
04
Active in state ”Fire alarm” until “Reset”
05
Active in state ”Activated” until “Reset”
06
Active in state ”Released” until “Reset”
07
Active in state “Fire alarm” or “Activated” or ”Released” until “Reset”
08
Active in state “Activated” or ”Released” until “Reset” (same as option 05)
09
Active in state “Loss of agent”
10
Active in state “Detector test”
11
Active in state “Disabled”
12
Active in state “Emergency hold/abort”
13
Active in state “Mechanical blocked”
14
Active in state “Automatic blocked”
15
Active in state “Manual blocked”
16
Active in state “Automatic blocked” or “Manual blocked”
17
Active in state “Automatic blocked” and “Manual blocked”
18
Inactive in state “Pre-activated” or “Activated” or “Released”
Active in all other condition
Application : use of a fail safe door magnetic solenoid
19
Inactive in state "Normal" with operating access level 1 only
Active in all other states
Application: the customer needs a remote indication as soon as the panel is not anymore in a "Standby" condition and as
soon as somebody is operating the panel
20
Inactive in state "Normal" with operating access level 1 or 2
Active in all other states
Application: the customer needs a remote indication as soon as the panel is not anymore in a "Standby" condition
21
Active during 5 seconds when the key reset is pressed
Application: reset of an XC10 panel and reset of an ASD system within a single operation
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22
Active in state:
- “Manual blocked”
- Zone 4 in fault condition
- “Processing as actuator” control lines in fault condition
- Actuator disabled
23
Active in state Zone 1 alarm condition until “Reset”
24
Active in state Zone 2 alarm condition until “Reset”
25
Active in state Zone 3 alarm condition until “Reset”
26
Active in state Zone 4 manual release activated condition until “Reset”
27
Processing as "Extract fan" (see paragraph 12.1)
28
Processing as "Fire damper" (see steps 63 and 64 and paragraph 12.1)
29
Processing as “Door holder” (see paragraph 12.1)
30
Processing as “Sounders” (see steps 05 and 10 and paragraph 12.1)
31
Active in state "selector valve opened" (XCA1030 multi-sector module)
32
Active in state "Extinguishing activated from electrical manual release"
33
Active in state "Extinguishing activated from automatic detectors"
34
Active in state "Extinguishing activated from remote activation"
35
Active in state "Fault" condition
36
Active in state of monitored outputs 1 or 2 or 3 activated
37
Active in state of monitored output 4 activated
38
Active in state of monitored output 5 activated
39
Processing as “RT-alarm” (like on step 15 option 18)
40
Processing as “RT-fault” (like on step 15 option 19)
41
Active in state of selector valve is blocked (in case of a multi sector system and an other sector is activated)
42
Active in case of LED test is pressed during x seconds
43
Processing as “Door holder” inverted
99
Not used
Driver output 2 : select the function
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 07
22
Driver output 3 : select the function
23
Driver output 4 : select the function
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 05
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 06
24
Driver output 5 : select the function
25
Driver output 6 : select the function
26
Driver output 7 : select the function
27
Driver output 8 : select the function
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 11
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 15
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 12
Same options as unmonitored output 1 – default = 13
12.9
Step
28
Steps 28 to 31 - Monitored inputs 1 to 4
Option
Monitored input 1 : released contact
01
29
Description
Contact (1.2 kΩ) normally closed when there is no gas in piping
02
Contact (1.2 kΩ) normally opened when there is no gas in piping
03
No contact, "Released" condition will be indicated as soon as actuators are activated (EOL resistor not required)
Monitored input 2 : loss of agent contact
01
Contact (1.2 kΩ) normally closed when cylinders pressure/weight is correct
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02
Contact (1.2 kΩ) normally opened when cylinders pressure/weight is correct
03
No contact (EOL resistor not required)
Monitored input 3 : select the function
01
Mechanical blocking device:
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed + contact (680 Ω) opened = "Normal"
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) opened + contact (680 Ω) closed = "Mechanical blocked"
Note: Any other combination (2 opened or closed contacts) = "Incorrect status"
02
Mechanical blocking device:
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed + contact (680 Ω) opened = "Normal"
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) opened + contact (680 Ω) closed = "Mechanical blocked" + "Automatic blocked" + "Manual blocked"
Note: Any other combination (2 opened or closed contacts) = "Incorrect status"
03
Extinguishing remote activation:
Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed = extinguishing process start
04
Automatic blocked / Manual blocked / Automatic and manual blocked:
– Contact (680 Ω) closed = "Manual blocked"
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed = "Automatic blocked"
– Contacts (680 Ω + 1.2 kΩ) closed = "Manual blocked" and "Automatic blocked"
05
Emergency abort:
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process aborts (*)
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during flooding time = no effect
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = extinguishing process is stopped (*)
(*)Until the system is reset and the contact opened
06
Not used (EOL resistor not required)
07
Automatic blocked
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) opened = "Automatic blocked"
– Return back to “Normal” condition is possible only with the “Mode” push buton or with external button connected to a
control input configured with step 49. 51 option 13
Application: for RU only
Care shall be taken using this option, as this input starts the extinguishing process
31
Monitored input 4 : select the function
01
Emergency abort:
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process aborts (*)
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during flooding time = no effect
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = extinguishing process is stopped (*)
(*)Until the system is reset and the contact opened
02
Emergency abort:
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process aborts (*)
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during flooding time = extinguishing process stop + actuators de-activated (*)
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = extinguishing process is stopped (*)
(*)Until the system is reset and the contact opened
03
Emergency hold -EN 12094-1 4.20.3 b) compliant
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process is hold as long as the contact is
maintained closed. When the contact is released, pre-discharged warning time restarts
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed after actuator activation = no effect
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = extinguishing process is hold as long as the contact is maintained closed
04
Emergency hold -EN 12094-1 4.20.3 a)compliant
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process is hold as long as the contact is
maintained closed. When the contact is released, pre-discharged warning time continues
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed after actuator activation = no effect
Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = extinguishing process is hold as long as the contact is maintained closed
05
Automatic blocked / Manual blocked / Automatic and manual blocked:
– Contact (680 Ω) closed = "Manual blocked"
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed = "Automatic blocked"
– Contacts (680 Ω + 1.2 kΩ) closed = "Manual blocked" and "Automatic blocked"
06
Not used (EOL resistor not required)
07
Emergency hold -EN 12094-1 4.20.3 b) compliant
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process is hold as long as the contact is
maintained closed. When contact is released, pre-discharged warning time restarts
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed after actuator activation = no effect
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = "Automatic blocked"
08
Emergency abort:
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process aborts (*)
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed during flooding time = no effect
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) closed at any other time = "Automatic blocked"
(*)Until the system is reset and the contact opened
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Emergency hold -EN 12094-1 4.20.3 b) compliant
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) opened during pre-discharged warning time = extinguishing process is hold as long as the contact is
maintained opened. When contact is released, pre-discharged warning time restarts
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) opened after actuator activation = no effect
– Contact (1.2 kΩ) opened at any other time = "Automatic blocked". Return back to “Normal” condition is possible only with
the “Mode” push buton or with external button connected to a control input configured with step 49. 51 option 13
Application: for RU only
12.10 Steps 32 to 38 - Reset
Step
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Option
Description
Reset: zones 1 and 2 operation
01
Alarm < 15 seconds after reset = "Alarm"
02
Alarm < 15 seconds after reset = "Fault"
(If an alarm occurs in first 15secs after Reset, a fault will be raised (no matter in what condition the panel was before Reset).
Reset: zone 3 operation
01
Alarm < 15 seconds after reset = "Alarm"
02
Alarm < 15 seconds after reset = "Fault"
(If an alarm occurs in first 15secs after Reset, a fault will be raised (no matter in what condition the panel was before Reset).
Reset: manual control input operation
01
Input enabled < 15 seconds after reset = "Alarm"
02
Input enabled < 15 seconds after reset = "Fault"
(If a manual release occurs in first 15secs after Reset, a fault will be raised (no matter in what condition the panel was before
Reset).
Reset: monitored input 1 operation (discharged contact)
01
Input enabled < 15 seconds after reset = "Released"
02
Input enabled < 15 seconds after reset = "Fault"
(If a discharge contact activation occurs in first 15secs after Reset, a fault will be raised (no matter in what condition the panel
was before Reset).
Reset: front panel key operation
01
Reset possible only after:
è "Silence buzzer" and
è "Silence sounders" and
è "Flooding time"
02
Reset possible only after:
è "Silence buzzer" and
è "Silence sounders" and
è "Flooding time" and
è "Manual release" is reset and
è "Discharged" contact is reset
Reset: control input 1 operation
01
Reset possible at any time (not EN 12094-1 and EN 54-2 compliant)
02
Reset possible only after:
è "Silence buzzer" and
è "Silence sounders" and
è "Flooding time" and
è "Manual release" is reset and
è "Discharged" contact is reset
03
Reset possible only after flooding time
Reset during emergency hold
01
Reset is possible during "Emergency hold" (not EN 12094-1 compliant)
02
Reset is not possible during "Emergency hold"
12.11 Steps 39 to 43 - Operation
Step
39
Option
Description
Buzzer in state "Emergency hold/abort" operation
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41
42
01
One second beep at each "Emergency hold/abort" change
02
Pulsated until "Silence buzzer"
Pre-activated condition: select the function in case "Automatic blocked" operation
01
Alarm on one of the extinguishing triggering zones = "Fire alarm" + "Pre-activated" until "Automatic blocked" condition is
cancelled or "Reset"
02
Alarm on one of the extinguishing triggering zones = "Fire alarm" until "Automatic blocked" condition is cancelled or "Reset"
Automatic/Manual blocking: standard or alternative display
01
Standard (EU) :
02
Alternative (UK) : LED 14 = "Manual blocked", LED 15 = "Automatic & manual", LED 16 = "Automatic blocked"
Discharged contact: select the display in case the contact is not activated within 30s after the gas release
01
"Released" led flashes slow
1)
1)
02
"Released" led flashes fast
03
"Released" led is not activated
2)
"Released" led is not activated
2)
04
1)
2)
43
LED 14 = "Manual blocked", LED 15 = not used, LED 16 = "Automatic blocked"
+ "Fault"
1)
+ "Fault"
1)
The corresponding relay contacts and/or driver outputs are activated
The corresponding relay contacts and/or driver outputs are not enabled
Loss of agent: select the display during flooding time
01
Indicated after "Released"
02
Indicated after "Reset"
Application: "Loss of agent" is normal after a release and do not correspond to a gas leakage
12.12 Steps 44 to 47 - Faults
Step
44
45
46
47
Option
Description
Fault display
01
Immediate (any fault)
02
Indication is 15 s delayed for zone, monitored IOs (except for “Emergency hold” and “Emergency
abort”), loss of agent and incorrect position
Fault reset
01
Faults must not be reset
02
Faults must be reset
03
“Mains” fault and “Loss of agent” fault indication automatically disappear as soon as the fault is repaired, even if the buzzer
was not acknowledged
Batteries fault
01
Indicated
02
Not indicated (not EN 12094-1 and EN 54-2 compliant)
Mains fault
01
Indicated immediately
02
Indicated after 3 minutes
03
Indicated after 10 minutes
04
Indicated after 30 minutes
05
Indicated after 3 hours (not EN 12094-1 and EN 54-2 compliant)
12.13 Steps 48 to 51 - Non monitored control inputs 1 to 4
Step
48
Option
Non monitored control input 1
01
49
Description
"Reset"
2) 3)
Non monitored control input 2
2)
01
"Silence buzzer"
02
"Automatic blocked"
1) 3)
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03
"Manual blocked"
04
"Automatic and manual blocked"
1) 3)
1)
05
External device disabled
06
"RT-Alarm" and "RT-Fault" disabled
1)
1)
07
External device fault
(“Reset” operation is required to eliminate the fault indication)
08
External power supply fault
09
Fault on "RT-Fault" line from external device remote transmission (transmitter, for example)
10
Level 2 operating access
11
"Silence/Resound" sounders
12
No effect
13
Toggle function between “Automatic blocked” condition and “Normal” condition
Application: for RU only
Not compliant to EN12094-1 chapter 4.23.2 because input is not monitored
1)
1)
1) 3)
50
Non monitored control input 3
51
Non monitored control input 4
2) 3)
2) 3)
Same options as non monitored control input 2 – default = 12
Same options as non monitored control input 2 – default = 12
1)
State is maintained as long as a potential +24V is applied
2)
Pulse control (0.2 s minimum)
3)
Control must be possible through a level 2 access device only
12.14 Steps 52 to 55 - Detection zones
Step
52
Option
Description
Alarm verification: select zones (*)
01
No alarm verification
02
Zone 1
03
Zone 2
04
Zones 1 and 2
05
Zone 3
06
Zone 1, 2 and 3
(*)The alarm condition is enabled only after 2 consecutive alarms in less than 60 seconds (the 1st one is reset automatically). The
delay for the second alarm is 8 s. If the second alarm doesn’t come within 60 s, the first alarm is automatically reset. The first
alarm is indicated by the red led during 2 s.
53
Automatic release: select zones combination
01
Alarm zone 1 AND Alarm zone 2
02
( Alarm zone 1 AND Alarm zone 2 ) OR ( Fault zone 1 AND Alarm zone 2 ) OR ( Alarm zone 1 AND Fault zone 2 )
03
Alarm zone 1 AND Alarm zone 2 AND Alarm zone 3
04
( Alarm zone 1 AND Alarm zone 2) OR Alarm zone 3
05
( Alarm zone 1 AND Alarm zone 3 ) OR ( Alarm zone 2 AND Alarm zone 3 ) OR ( Alarm zone 1 AND Alarm zone 2 )
06
Alarm zone 1 OR Alarm zone 2
07
Alarm zone 1
Care shall be taken using option 04, 06 and 07 as it triggers the extinguishing process on a single alarm
54
55
Zones disabling
01
Zone1 .. Zone 4 Disable/Test" is allowed
02
Zone1 .. Zone 4 Disable/Test" is not allowed
03
Zone 4 Disable/Test" is not allowed
04
Zone1 .. Zone 3 Disable/Test" is not allowed
05
Zone1 .. Zone 2 Disable/Test" is not allowed
Zone 3 : Fire alarm condition
01
"Fire alarm" condition indicated, RT-Alarm activated
02
"Fire alarm" condition indicated, RT-Alarm not activated
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12.15 Steps 56 to 57 - Operating access level
Step
56
57
Option
Description
"Silence buzzer": change access level
01
Possible at access levels 1 and 2
02
Possible at access level 2 only
Access level 2
01
Default code = 4 2 3 3
02
Individual access code:
1. Enter the desired code on the keyboard (4 to 6 digits)
2. Press the key (12) "Disable / Test zone 1" :
è red led zone 1 (25) flashes
3. Repeat operations 1 and 2 (code confirmation) :
è red led zone 1 (25) lights continuously = code accepted
è yellow led zone 1 (26) flashes = code not accepted (repeat operations 1 to 3)
03
Operating access level 2 is provided with an external optional key (in this case, code access is not possible)
12.16 Step 58 - Multi-sector
Step
58
Option
Description
Multi-sector operation
01
The panel is not part of a multi-sector installation
02
The panel is part of a multi-sector installation, including inter-blocking (see EN12094-1 option 4.29) / Valid only for XC1003-A
03
The panel is part of a multi-sector installation, without inter-blocking / Valid only for XC1003-A
04
Same as option 02 but actuators lines 1 and 2 from XCA1031 are de-activated in case of "Emergency Hold/Abort" during the
pre-discharged warning time.
Application: for Austria only
12.17 Step 59 - Detector type
Step
59
Option
Description
Detector type
01
Detectors without current limitation (Algorex / Sinteso)
02
Detectors with current limitation (Synova)
03
Detectors without current limitation (Algorex / Sinteso) BS5839Pt1 compliant
04
Detectors with current limitation (Synova) BS5839Pt1 compliant
12.18 Steps 60 to 61 - Repeaters
Step
60
Option
Description
Repeaters: configure the number of repeaters connected on the RTNet
00
No repeaters
01
1
02
2
03
3
04
4
05
5
06
6
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07
7
08
8
09
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
Configure Repeater silence buzzer
01
Silence buzzer on XC10 do not silence buzzer on repeater terminal
02
Silence buzzer on XC10 silences buzzer on repeater terminal
12.19 Step 62 - Loss of agent in multi-sector application
Step
62
Option
Description
XCA1031 loss of agent contact programming
01
Contact (1.2 kΩ) normally closed when cylinders pressure/weight is correct
02
Contact (1.2 kΩ) normally opened when cylinders pressure/weight is correct
12.20 Steps 63 to 64 - Fire damper
Step
Option
Description
This output is used to connect a fire damper that must be that must be opened a few seconds before the gas release and closed once the
gas is released. For safety reasons, it is not recommanded to connect an over-pressure flap to this output (In case the line is broken,
damage may occur on the room structure).
63
Select start of activation
Example: if the configured “Pre-discharged warning time” is 30s, options 02..03 are automatically reduced to 30s
64
01
Activated at the beginning of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
02
Activated 50s before the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
03
Activated 40s before the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
04
Activated 30s before the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
05
Activated 20s before the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
06
Activated 10s before the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
07
Activated at the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time”
Select the activation duration after the end of the “Pre-discharged warning time"
01
0 second
02
2 seconds
03
4 seconds
04
6 seconds
05
8 seconds
06
10 seconds
07
15 seconds
08
20 seconds
09
25 seconds
10
30 seconds
11
35 seconds
12
40 seconds
13
45 seconds
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50 seconds
15
55 seconds
16
1 minute
17
1 mn 10 s
18
1 mn 20 s
19
1 mn 30 s
20
1 mn 40 s
21
1 mn 50 s
22
2 mn
23
2 mn 10 s
24
2 mn 20 s
25
2 mn 30 s
26
2 mn 40 s
27
2 mn 50 s
28
3 mn
29
3 mn 30 s
30
4 mn
31
4 mn 30 s
32
5 mn
33
Until “Reset”
12.21 Step 65 to 66 - Pre-discharged warning time in manual release
Step
65
Option
Description
Configure a different pre-discharged warning time in case of manual release (typically less than pre-discharged time of
automatic release)
The Pre-discharged warning time sets the countdown duration before the actuator extinguishing release triggering. During this time,
the reset function is not possible. Adjustable from 0 to 120 seconds by step of 5 seconds
Default : 30 s
Values from 65 seconds to 120 seconds are not compliant to EN12094-1. This must be clearly indicated in the installation test
report. (Application: activate dampers during the pre-discharged warning time, which need 100 - 120 seconds to open)
00
0 second
05
5 seconds
10
10 seconds
15
15 seconds
20
20 seconds
25
25 seconds
30
30 seconds
35
35 seconds
40
40 seconds
45
45 seconds
50
50 seconds
55
55 seconds
60
60 seconds
61
65 seconds
62
70 seconds
63
75 seconds
64
80 seconds
65
85 seconds
66
90 seconds
67
95 seconds
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68
100 seconds
69
105 seconds
70
110 seconds
71
115 seconds
72
120 seconds
99
Same as pre-discharged warning time of automatic release
Configure Manual Release “pre-discharge” warning time to overwrite Automatic release “pre-discharge” warning time
01
Manual release “pre-discharge” warning time does not overwrite Automatic release “pre-discharge” warning time
02
Shorter Manual release “pre-discharge” warning time overwrite longer Automatic release “pre-discharge” warning time
03
Following an automatic triggering signal, manual release overwrite emergency hold/abort (NFPA2001 compliant, EN12094-1
not compliant)
12.22 Step 67 – Operation if “Discharge” is activated in standby
67
Operation in case "Discharge contact" activated during standby condition
01
Actuators outputs are activated (concern XC10 lines 4 and 5, XCA1031 lines 1 and 2)
Note: cannot be used with Step8_Option4!!
02
Actuators outputs are not activated (concern XC10 lines 4 and 5, XCA1031 lines 1 and 2)
Application: for AT only
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Commissioning
Before commissioning, ensure that:
- the control unit is correctly mounted on a fixed support
- all detector bases are correctly connected
- all monitored lines are correctly connected and equipped with respective EOL
- all accessory or optional parts are present
- FCP1004-E power supply setting correspond to the mains voltage
- mains voltage is available
- batteries are installed, but not connected yet
- installation of extinguishing devices (piping, cylinders, manometers, discharged
contact …) is completed
13.1
Powering
1. switch on the mains circuit breaker
2. connect the batteries and, if necessary, the total loss of power cable (see 7.2)
3. select presetting appropriate to your country need (see paragraph 12.2)
4. set, if necessary, user functions (see paragraphs 12.3 to 12.18)
5. calibrate monitored control outputs 4 and 5 (see paragraph 13.2)
6. eliminate possible faults (see paragraph 14.2)
13.2
Monitored control outputs 4 and 5 calibration
7. select operating access level 2
8. enter the code 2 1 4 3 2 3 on the keyboard then press "Enable/Disable
actuators" (10) key within 5 seconds:
– display shows "CAL", "Operating access" led goes out (= calibration process
start)
9. wait until the buzzer sounds twice (=end of calibration process). Two possibilities
can arise:
è calibration success:
– "Fault" (2) and "Actuators" (20) led goes out
– display shows "OK" for a few seconds, then goes out, "Disable" led (6) goes
out, "Operating access" led lights up again
è calibration failure:
– display shows "4E5E" or "4E.. " or " ..5E" for a few seconds then "ECAL"
– “Fault” led (2), "Disable" led (6) and "Actuators" led (20) led remain lit up,
"Operating access" lights up again
– check the cable connections of the output concerned (4 and/or 5)
– re-start the procedure at point 2
è At first commissioning, monitored control outputs 4 and 5 not being calibrated, will display a fault
indication:
– "Actuators" led (20) and “Fault” led (2) flash fast
– "Disable" led (6) lit up fix
– Display shows "ECAL" (= Error calibration)
è Calibration cannot be started if the XC10 is in alarm or activated condition
è Calibration fails if the resistance value measured during the calibration process is equal to 0 Ω
or > 900 Ω
è Calibration of monitored output 5 is not carried out if this output is programmed “Not used”
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13.3
System test
1. check the extinguishing process by automatic and manual activation
2. check display of "Released" condition
3. check the pre-discharged warning time
4. check sounders and warning panels operation
5. check RT-Alarm and RT-Fault
6. check fire controls operation
7. check the mechanical blocking device
8. check "Emergency hold/abort" and/or "Automatic blocked" functions
9. check display of "Loss of agent" condition by opening the corresponding
contacts
13.4
Commissioning validation
Commissioning is completed, when:
- all functions were checked and system works perfectly
- each detector was tested
- RT-Alarm and/or RT-fault works correctly
- no fault is displayed
- internal buzzer is not disabled (jumper X3 / XCM1002 = ON)
- permanent “Level 2” operating access is disabled (jumper X8 / XCM1002 =
OFF)
- all cylinders are connected and pressure or weight is correct
- mechanical blocking device is disabled
- all selector valves are closed (for multi-sector installation only)
- the responsible person in charge of the installation was trained and informed
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Maintenance
14.1
Preventive maintenance
14.1.1 Performed by the customer
Once a week
Check that all leds and buzzer are activated with the "Led test"
14.1.2 Performed by the maintenance technician
The maintenance operation of an extinguishing installation must be performed by
a qualified and trained technician who is familiar with XC10 control panel and
knows all the risks relating to extinguishing.
Every year
1 - Visual inspection of documents
Ask the customer to provide the XC10 operating manual and ensure that he
knows how to operate the panel.
Check all events occurred on the installation since the last maintenance visit.
Theses events must be recorded by the customer on a maintenance diary.
Check the accuracy of all installation documents like electrical and mechanical
drawings, components location drawings.
2 - Visual inspection of the installation
Check the conformity of the extinguishing installation, especially the adequation
between the type of extinguishing agent and the risk to protect. Check any
changes inside the protected room, performed by the customer.
Check that the electrical installation is not damaged and is in a good condition.
Check the structure and the air-tightness of the protected room, including false
floors and false ceilings.
Ensure that the volume of the protected room was not changed and the
extinguishing agent concentration calculated during commissioning is still valid.
Before starting any operation, assess the installation status with the customer
who is in charge of the building security. Notice any Fault or Disablement
condition.
Before starting the maintenance operation, the transmission of the
extinguishing signal to the gaz cylinders must be disabled. This
disabling shall be carried out with the presence of the custumer who is
in charge of the building security and who will have to ensure of the reenabling at the end of the maintenance operation.
Check with the customer if there are any local instructions. Ensure that
you are allowed to use your material without restriction (i.e; ATEX,
chemical or nuclear zones). For example, in ATEX zones, detector
exchanger and tester is usually not allowed.
3 - Maintenance operation
3.1 - Preparation
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Inform the person in charge of the building security about the type of
maintenance operation planned and the duration.
Switch the mechanical blocking device to the position "Blocked" (if existing).
Switch the XC10 to the "Test mode" (Z1 to Z4).
Disconnect the actuator electrical line by removing the connector from the BORA
box (or equivalent).
3.2 – Inspection of the XC10
Check the accessibility of the control panel.
Check the good condition of XC10 housing, main-board and batteries.
Clean outside and inside the housing if necessary with a soft soap or an vacuum
cleaner. Do not use any aggressive solvent or containing abrasive material.
Check the fixation of the metallic chassis to the wall and retighten the screws if
necessary.
Check the connectors screws and retighten the screws if necessary.
Check accuracy and lisibility of the paper stripes (zone labeling …).
Upload the XC10 event memory in your PC and check for any abnormal event
recording
3.3 – Inspection of the installation
Check the earth connection between the metallic chassis and the building
ground.
Check the battery voltage level.
Turn off the mains power supply and check the intensity of the current delivered
from the batteries. Ensure that the autonomy calculated correspond the the
battery capacity.
Check all the componants of the installation: detectors, souders, warning panels,
valve, cylinders, nozzle, pipe, over-pressure flaps …
Check the pressure of all cylinders taking into account the temperature room.
Plan the replacement of the cylinders if the pressure is too low.
Check that warning panels and electrical manual release buttons are visible.
3.4 – Inspection of the functioning
Check that all leds and buzzer are activated with the "Led test".
Switch the XC10 to the "Test" mode (Z1 .. Z4) and activate detectors one by one.
For each of them, verify the zone text on XC10 operating unit and the good
operating of alarm indicators. Reset the XC10.
Disconnect each monitored output and input. For each of them, check the fault
indication displayed on the XC10 operating unit.
Operate manually the shutoff valve, the selector valves and all over-pressure
flaps (if existing) to verify the good operating. Check correct indication on the
front of the XC10 operating unit and on the warning panels (if existing).
Disconnect a manometer or a weighing device and check the indication on the
XC10 operating unit
Check with the person in charge of the building security the procedure for testing
the fire controls (shutoff air conditioning, dampers, doors …). If any disturbance
may be feared, on customer request, some tests may be simulated by
disconnecting the end equipment.
Switch Zone 1 and Zone 2 to alam condition. Check indications on the XC10
operating unit. Ensure that detectors are programmed with the right set of
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parameters. Activate the discharged contact (if existing) and reset the panel.
Activate the manual release with the DM1103-L button. Check the predischarged warning time, the activation of warning panels, sounders, and fire
controls. Ensure that sounders are audible from each side of the room. Reset the
panel.
During the pre-discharged warning time, check the emergency hold/abort
DM1103-S button (if existing) and ensure that the extinguishing process is
stopped.
3.5 – At the end of the inspection
Reset the XC10 control unit and ensure that all activation devices are reset (no
activation pending).
Re-connect the actuator electrical line to the BORA box (or equivalent).
Switch back the mechanical blocking device to the normal position (if existing).
Check that no faults are displayed on the XC10 operating unit.
Fill in the maintenance test report.
Advise the customer or the person in charge of the building security of nonconformities founded and any installation improvement.
Every 4 years
Execute all yearly maintenance operations (see above).
Replace the XC10 batteries.
Replace all the pyrotechnical actuators (if existing).
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14.2
Detailed fault display
Press simultaneously keys “1” and “3” of the numeric keypad:
è Faults appear for 10 seconds according to the table below
OL: Open Line
SC: Short Circuit
1
2
3
System ON
Fault
Power supply
4
5
6
System fault
Earth fault
Disable
7
8
9
Detector test
Fire alarm
Remote transmission
10
Silence
Re-sound
Sounders
5
Silence
buzzer
6
Reset
7
Operating access
1
2
3
4
11
12
13
Mechanical blocked
Incorrect status
Loss of agent
14
15
16
Manual blocked
17
Activated
24
Emergency
hold
Mode
18
Released
19
20
21
Sounders
Actuators
Fire controls
22
RT-fault
23
RT-alarm
Detector Zone 1
26
………………………………….
27
Detector Zone 2
28
……………………………………
29
Detector Zone 3
30
……………………………………
8
Automatic blocked
Led test
25
9
31
Disable
Enable
10
Disable
Enable
11
Manual release
32
Disable
Test
Enable
12
2
Disable
Test
Enable
13
Disable
Test
Enable
14
Disable
Test
Enable
15
LED
Designation
State
Significance
Yellow
Fault
Fixed
Multi-sector function: individual module (XCA1030) disconnected
Slow
Multi-sector function: RS485 bus (OL / SC / communication fault)
3
Yellow
Power supply fault
Fixed
Multi-sector function: loss of agent
Slow
Multi-sector function: loss of agent (OL / SC)
5
Yellow
Earth fault
Fixed
Multi-sector function: earth fault
6
Yellow
Disable
Fixed
Multi-sector function: actuator (OL / SC)
Slow
Multi-sector function: inter-blocking (OL / SC)
Fast
Multi-sector function: actuator + inter-blocking (OL / SC)
N°
Color
2
7
8
Yellow
Red
Test
Fire alarm
Fixed
Multi-sector function: selector valve (SC)
Slow
Multi-sector function: selector valve (OL)
Fast
Multi-sector function: selector valve (incorrect status)
Fixed
Multi-sector function: actuator blocked
9
Red
Remote transmission
Fixed
Multi-sector function: power supply fault
11
Yellow
Mechanical blocked
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
12
Yellow
Incorrect status
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
Fast
Incorrect status
Fixed
SC
13
Yellow
Loss of agent
14
Yellow
Manual blocked
Slow
OL
15
Yellow
Not used
Fixed
24 V output fuse blown
16
Yellow
Automatic blocked
Fixed
Key enabled more than 5 mn
19
Yellow
Sounders
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
Monitored input 1
Monitored input 2
Monitored input 3
Monitored input 4
Monitored output 1
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2
3
System ON
Fault
Power supply
4
5
6
System fault
Earth fault
Disable
7
8
9
Detector test
Fire alarm
Remote transmission
10
Silence
Re-sound
Sounders
5
Silence
buzzer
6
Reset
7
Operating access
1
2
3
4
11
12
13
Mechanical blocked
Incorrect status
Loss of agent
14
15
16
Manual blocked
17
Activated
24
Emergency
hold
Mode
18
Released
19
20
21
Sounders
Actuators
Fire controls
22
RT-fault
23
RT-alarm
Detector Zone 1
26
………………………………….
27
Detector Zone 2
28
……………………………………
29
Detector Zone 3
30
……………………………………
8
Automatic blocked
Led test
25
9
31
Disable
Enable
10
Disable
Enable
11
Manual release
32
Disable
Test
Enable
12
2
Disable
Test
Enable
13
Disable
Test
Enable
14
Disable
Test
Enable
15
LED
Designation
State
Significance
Yellow
Actuators
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
Yellow
Fire controls
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
N°
Color
20
21
22
23
Yellow
Yellow
RT-Fault
RT-Alarm
Emergency hold
Monitored output 3
Monitored output 4
Fast
Calibration error
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
Fast
Calibration error
Fast
Repeater error. Digit display indicates the first repeater in fault/missing
condition
24
Yellow
25
Red
Zone 1
Fixed
Alarm < 15 s after reset
26
Yellow
Zone 1
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
27
Red
Zone 2
Fixed
Alarm < 15 s after reset
28
Yellow
Zone 2
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
29
Red
Zone 3
Fixed
Alarm < 15 s after reset
30
Yellow
Zone 3
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
31
Red
Manual release
Fixed
Enabled < 15 s after reset
32
Yellow
Manual release
Fixed
SC
Slow
OL
CAUTION
Monitored output 2
Monitored output 5
Detection line 1
Detection line 2
Detection line 3
Manual release line
Any electrical fault (break or short circuit) on the following lines may have a
direct consequence on the extinguishing process, or in some cases prevent it.
- Detector lines
- Manual release line
- Monitored control output 1 to 5
- Monitored inputs 1 to 4
It is imperative to fix any fault in a short delay in order to not jeopardize an
extinguishing process.
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Test functions
Test functions described in this chapter are only possible when the equipment is in
standby condition (=no alarm). If an alarm occurs, the test ends immediately.
In order to access the 4 digit display, the XC1001-A plastic cover must be removed.
15.1
Led test
Press the « Led test » key (9) and check:
-
15.2
all leds light up
internal buzzer sounds
all segments of the display light up and software version is displayed
Sounder test
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press and hold down key « 1 » on numeric keypad then press the « Silence /
Re-sound sounder » key (5):
è sounders outputs are enabled for 30 seconds
è « Sounder » led (19) flashes slowly
3. Press the « Led test » key (9) to end the test before 30 seconds, if necessary
All outputs programmed as “Sounders” are enabled.
15.3
Warning panels test
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press and hold down key « 2 » on numeric keypad then press the « Silence /
Re-sound sounder » key (5):
è warning panels outputs are enabled for 30 seconds
è « Fire controls » led (21) flashes slowly
3. Press the « Led test » key (9) to end the test before 30 seconds, if necessary
Only the monitored control output 3 is enabled.
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15.4
RT-alarm test
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press and hold down key « 3 » on numeric keypad then press the « Silence /
Re-sound sounder » key (5):
- RT-alarm outputs are enabled for 30 seconds
- « RT-alarm » led (23) flashes slowly
3. Press the « Led test » key (9) to end the test before 30 seconds, if necessary
All outputs programmed as « RT-alarm » are enabled.
15.5
RT-fault test
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press and hold down key « 4 » on numeric keypad then press the « Silence /
Re-sound sounder » key (5):
- RT-fault output is enabled for 30 seconds
- « RT-fault » led (22) flashes slowly
3. Press the « Led test » key (9) to end the test before 30 seconds, if necessary
Only the output relay 3 is enabled.
15.6
System test
The system test is used to check the extinguishing process.
During system test:
- All the outputs, except those programmed as actuators, are enabled
- « Actuators » led (20) flashes slowly to indicate the activation of the monitored
output 4 and possibly 5 if programmed as « Actuators »
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Enter the code 2 1 1 2 4 3 on the keypad then press « Mode select » key (8)
within 5 seconds to enable system test:
- « Operating access » led (10) flashes slowly
3. Carry out the tests
4. Press the « Reset » key (7) then press « Mode » (8) within 5 seconds to disable
system test:
- « Operating access » led (10) lights up fixed
The system test remains enabled as long as point 4 of above procedure is not carried out.
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15.7
Individual output test
All the outputs, except those programmed as actuators, can be tested individually:
- Each individual test, once enabled, automatically ends after 1 mn if no action is
carried out for this period
- Outputs can be tested only one by one (duration = 3 mn max.)
During test phase:
- Alarms and faults are not indicated
- Extinguishing process cannot be started
- Programming access is not possible
- Connection with the maintenance PC cannot be enabled
Procedure
1. Remove the front plastic cover (XC1001-A)
2. Enable operating access level 2
3. Press and hold down the key « Silence buzzer » (6), then enter
the code 3 4 2 1 1 2 on the keypad:
è Display indicates « 0101 »
è « System fault » (4), « Earth fault » (5) and « Disable » (6) led light up
alternatively, « Operating access » led (10) goes out
4. Press the key « Silence buzzer » (6) to choose the category of the output to be
tested (represented by both digits on the left of the display):
è 01 = monitored outputs
è 02 = relay outputs
è 03 = driver outputs
5. Press the « Mode select » key (8) to choose the number of the output to be
tested (represented by both digits on the right of the display)
6. Press the « Led test » key (9) to start the test:
è The output is enabled for 3 mn (press the « Led test » (9) key again to disable
it before 3 mn, if necessary)
7. Start operations 4. to 6. again to test another output
8. Press the « Reset » key (7) to leave the test
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15.8
Zone test
Zone test is used to check each connected detector.
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press 2 times the key "Disable/Test/Enable" (12 to 14) corresponding to the
zone to be tested:
è The yellow led of the zone (26, 28, 30) and the yellow led "Test" (7) flash
slowly
è The yellow led "Disable" (6) lights up fixed
3. Switch a detector to alarm condition and check that the red led (25, 27, 29)
corresponding to the tested zone and the red led on the detector flash during
10s end go out automatically
4. Repeat operation 3 for each detector connected on the line
5. Press the key "Disable/Test/Enable" (12 to 14) to end the test
- During the test, no acoustic or output are activated
- When the extinguishing triggering zones are in test condition, the yellow led "Automatic blocked"
(16) is activated
15.9
Manual release test
Manual release test is used to check each DM1103-L release button.
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press 2 times the key "Disable/Test/Enable" (15):
è The yellow led of the manual release (32) and the yellow led "Test" (7) flash
slowly
è The yellow led "Disable" (6) lights up fixed
3. Trigger a release button and check that the red led (31) corresponding to the
tested zone and the red led on the release button flash during 10s end go out
automatically
4. Reset the release button
5. Repeat operation 3 and 4 for each release button connected on the line
6. Press the key "Disable/Test/Enable" (15) to end the test
- During the test, no acoustic or output are activated
- When the manual release is tested, the yellow led "Manual blocked" (14) is activated
CAUTION
Reset all release buttons before leaving the test condition, otherwise the
extinguishing process may be triggered (depending on programming).
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Advanced functions
The functions described in this chapter require to remove the front plastic cover of
the XC1001-A variant .
16.1
Checksum
This function is used to check if a programming modification was carried out:
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Enter programming mode
3. Press simultaneously keys “2” and “3” of the numeric keypad:
è the checksum appears on the display for 5 seconds
4. Write down the indicated value
5. Leave the programming mode
16.2
Alarm counter
This function is used to show the number of fire alarms:
Procedure
1. Press simultaneously keys “1” and “2” of the numeric keypad:
è The number of alarms appears on the display for 5 seconds
According to standard EN54-2 (paragraph 7.13), this function shall be available at operating access
level 1 or 2. Only XC1003-A and XC1005-A are compliant to this option.
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Special functions
The functions described in this chapter must be used only during commissioning
and/or maintenance. It is not allowed to use these functions during normal
operation. The following access code shall not be delivered to the customer.
17.1
Anticipated Silence Sounders
This function is used to stop/start the Sounders during the pre-discharged warning
time.
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2,
2. Press and hold down "Silence buzzer" key (6), then enter the code 2 1 1 2 4 3
on the numeric keypad:
è the sounders stop
3. Press the "Silence/Re-sound Sounders" key (5)
è the sounders start again
17.2
Anticipated Reset
This function is used to reset the system without having to wait the end of the
programmed flooding time.
Procedure
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Press and hold down the « Silence buzzer » key (6), then enter
the code 2 4 4 2 1 3 on the numeric keypad:
è "Pre-discharged warning time" ends immediately and the reset can be carried
out
17.3
Extract fan
This function allows starting / stopping the extract fan. The extract fan provides a
means to vent a room of extinguishing gases but prevents the gases from being
vented during a discharge. The extract fan can be de-activated only with the
“Reset” key.
1. Enable operating access level 2
2. Enter the code 1 2 3 1 on the numeric keypad:
è Extract fan starts
3. Press the "Reset" key (7)
è Extract fan stops
– Extract fan cannont be started during the pre-discharged warning time and during the flooding time
– Extract fan is automatically switched off as soon as an extinguishing process is started
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Connection to Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panels
The XC10 control panel can be integrated into a Sinteso / Cerberus PRO fire
detection system. This integration offers the possibility to:
- send XC10 status to the fire control panel
- transmit commands from the fire control panel to the XC10
The integration uses IO modules connected to the FDnet (FDCI222 / FDCIO222 /
FDCIO224).
18.1
XC10 zone
Sinteso / Cerberus PRO engineering tool FXS allows the creation of one or several
“XC10 zones” (under “Section” level). Each “XC10 zone” is created with a preconfigured set of 4 inputs and 3 outputs elements:
An “XC10 zone” can be configured using 5 options check boxes:
-
Autom. exting. release blockable from Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel:
If this option is selected, command “Autom. exting. ON/OFF” is available in the
“XC10 zone / execute commands” menu. When this command is executed, the
“XC10 zone” element 2:Output ‘Block autom.’ is activated and an acknowledge
from XC10 is expected during 5 seconds (line open on FDCIO222 IN4, see
table below). If it’s received in time, the isolation message “Aut.ext.OFF FC” is
displayed. If it is not received in time, the “XC10 zone” element 2:Output ‘Block
autom.’ is automatically de-activated and the information message “XC10 not
blockable” is displayed.
-
Autom.+manual exting. release blockable from Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel:
If this option is selected, command “Autom.+man. exting. ON/OFF” is available
in the “XC10 zone / execute commands” menu. When this command is
executed, the “XC10 zone” element 3:Output ‘Block autom.+manual’ is
activated and an acknowledge from the XC10 is expected during 5 seconds
(short-circuit on FDCIO 222 IN4, see table below). If it’s received in time, the
isolation message “Aut+man ext.OFF FC” is displayed. If it is not received in
time, the “XC10 zone” element 3:Output ‘Block autom.+manual’ is automatically
de-activated and the information message “XC10 not blockable” is displayed.
-
Show blocking of autom. Exting. release on Sinteso / Cerberus PRO operating
terminal:
If this option is selected, a message “Aut. Ext. OFF XC” can be displayed on the
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Sinteso / Cerberus PRO operating terminal when the “XC10 zone” element
4:Input ‘Blocked’ is activated
-
Resetable from Sinteso / Cerberus PRO
If this option is selected, the “XC10 zone” element 1:Output ‘Reset’ is activated
for 3 seconds each time a “Reset” command is operated from the Sinteso /
Cerberus PRO panel.
-
Enable / Reset time:
If this option is selected, the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel checks inputs
“Discharged” and “Pre-alarm” during the “Reset time”. If these inputs are back
to the normal condition, the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel is reset. For a proper
operation, “Reset time” must be always set to 10s.
Usually, “XC10 zone” input elements are assigned to FDCIO222 module inputs.
Depending on FDCIO inputs status, the following messages are displayed on
Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel:
“XC10 zone”
input
18.2
FDCIO
Input
assigned
Message displayed on Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel
Short circuit
1k15
3k01
1k15 + 3k01
Line open
“Discharged”
IN1
“XC10 zone
Exting.
discharged”
“XC10 zone
Exting.
discharged”
(normal)
(normal)
“IN1 Fault”
“Fault”
IN2
(normal)
“XC10 zone
Fault”
“XC10 zone
Fault”
“XC10 zone
Fault”
“XC10 zone
Fault”
“Pre-alarm”
IN3
“XC10 zone
Exting.prealarm”
“XC10 zone
Exting.prealarm”
(normal)
(normal)
“IN3 Fault”
“Blocked”
IN4
“XC10 zone
Aut+man
ext.OFF XC”
“XC10 zone
Aut+man
ext.OFF XC”
(normal)
(normal)
“XC10 zone
Aut.ext.OFF
XC”
Detectors connected to XC10 panel
18.2.1 Connections variant 1
Following XC10 zone messages can be displayed:
- “Exting. discharged”
- “Fault”
- “Exting.pre-alarm”
- “Aut+man ext.OFF XC”
- “Aut.ext.OFF XC”
- “Aut+man ext.OFF FC” (XC10 blocked from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel)
- “Aut.ext.OFF FC” (XC10 blocked from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel)
Following controls are possible from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel:
- Reset
- Block autom.+manual
- Block autom.
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3 x 3K01 Ω
Line +
Line Line +
Line -
X13
Connection to Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panels
Fig. 42
Detectors connected to XC10 control panel – Variant 1
Jumper X14 position (relay contact 5) must be changed from factory setting to the right position (NC
contact)
CAUTION
For this variant, step 37 option 01 must be selected (Reset at any time). Due to
EN12094-1 clause 4.12.2, it is imperative to ensure that the reset operation from the
Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel is not allowed during flooding time. If this cannot be
ensured, this connection variant is not allowed.
Configuration example using FXS engineering tool:
Create an XC10 zone:
1. create an area named “Siemens Training Center”
2. create a section named “Room Spirit 1”
3. under this section
a. create an XC10 Zone named “Extinguishing”
b. select “Autom. exting. release blockable from Sinteso / Cerberus PRO”
c. select “Autom.+man. exting. release blockable from FS720”
d. select “Show blocking of autom. Exting. release on Sinteso / Cerberus
PRO operating terminal”
e. select “Resetable from Sinteso /Cerberus PRO”
f. select “Enable” and configure “Reset time” = 10 s
Assign XC10 zone inputs elements (an FDCIO222 is installed inside the XC10):
4. assign element 1:Input ‘Discharged’ to FDCIO IN1
5. assign element 2:Input ‘Fault’ to FDCIO IN2 and select “Input inverted” in
Hardware tab
6. assign element 3:Input ‘Pre-alarm’ to FDCIO IN3
7. assign element 4:Input ‘Blocked’ to FDCIO IN14
Assign XC10 zone output element:
8. assign element 1:Output ‘Reset’ to FDCIO OUT 1 (Relay A)
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9. assign element 2:Output ‘Block autom.” to FDCIO OUT 2 (Relay B)
10. assign element 3:Output ‘Block autom.+manual” to FDCIO OUT 3 (Relay C)
18.2.2 Connection variant 2:
Following XC10 zone messages can be displayed:
- “Exting. discharged”
- “Fault”
- “Exting.pre-alarm”
- “Aut+man ext.OFF XC”
- “Aut.ext.OFF XC”
- “Aut.ext.OFF FC” (XC10 blocked from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel)
Following controls are possible from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel:
- Reset
- Block autom.
Fig. 43
Detectors connected to XC10 control panel – Variant 2
Jumper X14 position (relay contact 5) must be changed from factory setting to the right position (NC
contact)
For this variant, Step 37 option 02 must be selected
CAUTION
Configuration example using FXS engineering tool:
Create an XC10 zone:
1. create an area named “Siemens Training Center”
2. create a section named “Room Spirit 1”
3. under this section
a. create an XC10 Zone named “Extinguishing”
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b. select “Autom. exting. release blockable from Sinteso / Cerberus PRO”
c. select “Show blocking of autom. Exting. release on Sinteso / Cerberus
PRO operating terminal”
d. select “Resetable from Sinteso /Cerberus PRO”
e. select “Enable” and configure “Reset time” = 10 s
Assign XC10 zone inputs elements (an FDCIO222 is installed inside the XC10):
4. assign element 1:Input ‘Discharged’ to FDCIO IN1
5. assign element 2:Input ‘Fault’ to FDCIO IN2 and select “Input inverted” in
Hardware tab
6. assign element 3:Input ‘Pre-alarm’ to FDCIO IN3
7. assign element 4:Input ‘Blocked’ to FDCIO IN14
Assign XC10 zone “Block autom.” output element:
7. assign element 2:Output ‘Block autom.” to FDCIO OUT 2 (Relay B)
Assign XC10 zone “Reset” output element:
XC10 needs 2 reset pulses to reset completely. The first pulse resets the buzzer and sounders; the
second pulse resets the panel. With the following configuration, a single Reset operation on the Sinteso
/ Cerberus PRO panel generates 2 reset pulses on the XC10.
8. create a fire control group named “Training Center - Room Spirit 1”
9. create a fire control named “XC10 Reset pulse 1”
a. formula: “- - - ALL OR - - -“
b. activation delay: 0s
c. deactivation delay 0s
d. activation timeout: Enable / 3s
e. cause: 1:Output ‘Reset’ XC10 Zone “Extinguishing” activated
f. effect: no effects
10. create a fire control named “XC10 Reset pulse 2”
a. formula: “-1”
b. activation delay: 3s
c. deactivation delay 0s
d. activation timeout: Enable / 3s
e. cause: Fire Control “XC10 Reset pulse 1” activated
f. effect: no effects
11. create a fire control named “XC10 Reset pulse 1+2”
a. formula: “- - - ALL OR - - -”
b. activation delay: 0s
c. deactivation delay 0s
d. activation timeout: Disabled
e. cause1: Fire Control “XC10 Reset pulse 1” activated
f. cause2: Fire Control “XC10 Reset pulse 2” activated
g. effect: assign to FDCIO OUT 1 (Relay A)
18.3
Detectors connected to Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel
18.3.1 Connection variant 3:
Following XC10 zone messages can be displayed:
- “Exting. discharged”
- “Fault”
- “Exting.pre-alarm”
- “Aut+man ext.OFF XC”
- “Aut.ext.OFF XC”
- “Aut.ext.OFF FC” (XC10 blocked from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel)
Following controls are possible from the Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel:
- Reset
- Block autom.
- Alarm zone 1
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- Alarm zone 2
18 V
18 V
820 Ω
820 Ω
4 3 2 1 Control inputs
X6
X7
1
1
1
X9
X27
1
5
F2
4
F1
3
2
1
1
X11
1 Relay contacts
F6
F4
X14
3 x 3K01 Ω
F3
F5
Relay contact 1: Released (Step 15 Opt. 06)
Relay contact 2: Fire Alarm (Step 16 Opt. 04)
Relay contact 3: Fault (fail safe mode
relay is energized when no faults )
Relay contact 4: Automatic blocked and Manual blocked (Step 18 Opt.17)
Relay contact 5: Disabled (Step 19 Opt. 11)
Fig. 44
D
C
B
A
X10
X12
1
X13
1
IN1
Control Input
Control Input
Control Input
Control Input
IN2
IN3
IN4
Line +
Line Line +
Line -
X5
1: Reset (Step 48 Opt. 01)
2: Silence Buzzer (Step 49 Opt. 01)
3: Silence/Re-sound sounders (Step 50 Opt. 11)
4: Automatic blocked (Step 51 Opt. 02)
FDNet
Detectors connected to Sinteso / Cerberus PRO panel – Variant 3
Configuration example using FXS engineering tool:
Create an XC10 zone:
1. create an area named “Siemens Training Center”
2. create a section named “Room Spirit 1”
3. under this section
a. create an XC10 Zone named “Extinguishing”
b. select “Autom. exting. release blockable from Sinteso / Cerberus PRO”
c. select “Show blocking of autom. Exting. release on Sinteso / Cerberus
PRO operating terminal”
d. select “Resetable from Sinteso /Cerberus PRO”
e. select “Enable” and configure “Reset time” = 10 s
Assign XC10 zone inputs elements (an FDCIO222 is installed inside the XC10):
4. assign element 1:Input ‘Discharged’ to FDCIO IN1
5. assign element 2:Input ‘Fault’ to FDCIO IN2 and select “Input inverted” in
Hardware tab
6. assign element 3:Input ‘Pre-alarm’ to FDCIO IN3
7. assign element 4:Input ‘Blocked’ to FDCIO IN14
Assign XC10 zone “Reset” output element:
8. create a fire control group named “Training Center - Room Spirit 1”
9. create a fire control named “XC10 Reset pulse 1”
a. formula: “- - - ALL OR - - -“
b. activation delay: 0s
c. deactivation delay 0s
d. activation timeout: Enable / 3s
e. cause: 1:Output ‘Reset’ XC10 Zone “Extinguishing” activated
f. effect: no effects
10. create a fire control named “XC10 Reset pulse 2”
a. formula: “-1”
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b. activation delay: 3s
c. deactivation delay 0s
d. activation timeout: Enable / 3s
e. cause: Fire Control “XC10 Reset pulse 1” activated
f. effect: no effects
11. create a fire control named “XC10 Reset pulse 1+2”
a. formula: “- - - ALL OR - - -”
b. activation delay: 0s
c. deactivation delay 0s
d. activation timeout: Disabled
e. cause1: Fire Control “XC10 Reset pulse 1” activated
f. cause2: Fire Control “XC10 Reset pulse 2” activated
g. effect: assign to FDCIO OUT 1 (Relay A)
Create fire detection zones that trigger XC10:
12. under the section “Room Spirit 1”, create an automatic zone named “Zone 1”
13. under the section “Room Spirit 1”, create an automatic zone named “Zone 2”
14. under the fire control group “Training Center - Room Spirit 1”, create a fire
control named “First alarm”
a. cause: “--- General autom. fire ALARM ---“ assigned to section “Room
Spirit 1”
b. effect: assign to FDCIO OUT 3 (Relay C)
15. under the fire control group “Training Center - Room Spirit 1”, create a fire
control named “Second alarm”
a. cause: --- General autom. fire ALARM --- assigned to section “Room
Spirit 1”
b. select Threshold = 2 (2 alarm events)
c. effect: assign to FDCIO OUT 4 (Relay D)
Assign XC10 zone “Block autom.” output element:
16. under the fire control group “Training Center - Room Spirit 1”, create a fire
control named “Block autom.”
a. cause1: “All test modes” assigned to automatic zone “Zone 1”
b. cause2: “All test modes” assigned to automatic zone “Zone 2”
c. cause3: “All isolations” assigned to automatic zone “Zone 1”
d. cause4: “All isolations” assigned to automatic zone “Zone 2”
e. cause5: “All activation” assigned to XC10 zone “Extinguishing”
2:Output ‘Block autom.’
f. effect: assign to FDCIO OUT 2 (Relay B)
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Maintenance PC
A PC can be connected with the XC100x-A equipment to carry out the following
operations:
-
Upload the configuration from the XC10 to the PC
Download the configuration from the PC to the XC10
Upload the event memory from the XC10 to the PC
Reset the alarm counter
Save/Print the configuration
Save/Print the event memory
It is not possible to create/modify a configuration with the XC10 SW Tool
Hardware requirement and installation
-
-
MCL-USB (FDUZ221) adapter connected between the PC (USB port) and
connector X21 of XCM1002 mainboard (follow installation instructions of the
drivers delivered with the product)
XC10 SW Tool / available on STEP / part N° A6V10277118
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Components and spare parts
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Components and spare parts
Complete product (*)
Accessories
Spare parts
Reference
Part N°
Description
XC1001-A
S54390-C1-A1
XC1001-A Extinguishing panel Standard
XC1005-A
S54390-C3-A1
XC1005-A Extinguishing panel Comfort
XC1003-A
S54390-C2-A1
XC1003-A Extinguishing panel Rack
XT1001
S54390-Z16-A1
XT1001-A1 Repeater display
XT1002
S54390-Z15-A1
XT1002-A1 Repeater terminal
XTA1001
S54390-Z13-A1
XTA1001-A1 Repeater display 19”
XTA1002
S54390-Z14-A1
XTA1002-A1 Repeater terminal 19”
FCA1014
A6E60500069
FCA1014 Battery holder (XC1005-A with 17A/h)
XCA1030
S54390-A5-A1
XCA1030 Multi-zone extension module
XCA1031
S54390-A6-A1
XCA1031 Common multi-zone module
PF12
FR2:LBE60200447
Cover plate 1U (XC1003-A)
PF13
FR2:LBE60200448
Cover plate 2U (XC1003-A)
Z3B171
4843830001
Relay module / 1 changeover contact 250 VAC/10 A
FCA1007
A6E60500026
FCA1007 kit key switch standard
To provide operating access via key switch instead of password.
FTH1001-F1
FR2:LB202560008
19” 4U adaptation plate for XTA1001-A1 / XTA1002-A1 repeaters
FTH1002-F1
FR2:LB202270008
Blank plate for XTA1001-A1 / XTA1002-A1 19” adaptation plate
XCM1002
S54390-A4-A1
XCM1002 Main board for XC10
FCP1004-E
A6E60500054
FCP1004-E power supply unit 3.5A
XCH1001-A
S54390-B9-A1
XCH1001-A Cover set for XC1001-A
XCH1003-A
S54390-B10-A1
XCH1003-A Cover set for XC1003-A
XCH1005-A
S54390-B11-A1
XCH1005-A Cover set for XC1005-A
XCA1002-1
S54390-B7-A1
XCA1002-1 Display adapter for XC1001-A
XCA1002-2
S54390-B8-A1
XCA1002-2 Display adapter for XC1003-A and XC1005-A
XCE1001
A6E60500065
XCE1001 Terminating resistor 3K3
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Issued by
Siemens Switzerland Ltd
Infrastructure & Cities Sector
Building Technologies Division
International Headquarters
Gubelstrasse 22
CH-6301 Zug
Tel. +41 41-724 24 24
www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies
Document ID.
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Edition
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© 2015 Copyright Siemens Switzerland Ltd
Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice.
Manual XC10
XC1001-A / XC1005-A
1116
Siemens SAS
617 rue Fourny, FR-78530 Buc
09
1116 – CPD – 043
EN12094-1:2003
Fixed firefighting systems - Components for gas extinguishing systems
Part 1: Requirements and test methods for electrical automatic control and delay devices
Environmental class A
Number of flooding zones : 1
Extinguishing agent : ..............................................................................................
4.17 : Delay of extinguishing signal
4.18 : Signal representing the flow of extinguishing agent
4.19 : Monitoring of the status of components
4.20 : Emergency hold device
4.21 : Control of flooding time
4.23 : Manual only mode
4.24 : Triggering signals to equipment within the system
4.26 : Triggering of equipment outside the system
4.27 : Emergency abort device
4.30 : Activation of alarm devices with different signals
Response delay activated condition: maximum 3 s
Response delay triggering of outputs: maximum 1s
EN54-2/A1:2007
Fire detection and fire alarm systems - Part 2 : Control and indicating equipment
7.8 :
7.9 :
7.12 :
7.13 :
8.3 :
8.4 :
8.9 :
10 :
Output to fire alarm devices
Control of fire alarm routing equipment (7.9.1)
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal – Type A (7.12.1)
Alarm counter (XC1005-A)
Fault signals from points
Total loss of the power supply
Output to fault warning routing equipment
Test condition
XC1003-A
1116
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EN12094-1:2003
Fixed firefighting systems - Components for gas extinguishing systems
Part 1: Requirements and test methods for electrical automatic control and delay devices
Environmental class A
Number of flooding zones : 1..16
Flooding zone n° ............
Extinguishing agent : ..............................................................................................
4.17 : Delay of extinguishing signal
4.18 : Signal representing the flow of extinguishing agent
4.19 : Monitoring of the status of components
4.20 : Emergency hold device
4.21 : Control of flooding time
4.23 : Manual only mode
4.24 : Triggering signals to equipment within the system
4.26 : Triggering of equipment outside the system
4.27 : Emergency abort device
4.29 : Release of the extinguishing media for selected flooding zones
4.30 : Activation of alarm devices with different signals
Response delay activated condition: maximum 3 s
Response delay triggering of outputs: maximum 1s
EN54-2/A1:2007
Fire detection and fire alarm systems - Part 2 : Control and indicating equipment
7.8 :
7.9 :
7.12 :
8.3 :
8.4 :
8.9 :
10 :
Output to fire alarm devices
Control of fire alarm routing equipment (7.9.1)
Dependencies on more than one alarm signal – Type A (7.12.1)
Fault signals from points
Total loss of the power supply
Output to fault warning routing equipment
Test condition
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