FDSB291 Sounder base, 0007025
FDSB291
Sounder base
Technical manual
Building Technologies
Fire Safety & Security Products
Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice.
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About this document ..............................................................................5
2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.2
Safety notes.............................................................................................7
Signal words and symbols ........................................................................7
Classification and meaning of signal words..............................................7
Symbols and their meaning ......................................................................7
Classification and meaning of additional symbols ....................................8
Safety-relevant working instructions .........................................................8
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3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
Setup and function..................................................................................9
Overview ...................................................................................................9
Function ....................................................................................................9
Activation levels and sound intensity ........................................................9
Diagnosis levels ......................................................................................10
Behaviour in degraded mode..................................................................10
Accessories.............................................................................................11
Detector locking device FDBZ293 ..........................................................11
Designation plate FDBZ291....................................................................11
Micro terminal DBZ1190-AA ...................................................................11
Connection terminal DBZ1190-AB..........................................................11
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
Project planning ....................................................................................12
Compatibility............................................................................................12
Range of application ...............................................................................12
Restrictions .............................................................................................12
Configuration...........................................................................................13
Sounder base with device version (ES) <30...........................................13
Sounder base with device version (ES) ≥30...........................................14
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5.1
5.2
Installation .............................................................................................15
Installation ...............................................................................................15
Electric connection ..................................................................................15
6
Commissioning .....................................................................................17
7
7.1
7.2
Maintenance/Repair ..............................................................................18
Status retrieval ........................................................................................18
Performance check .................................................................................18
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8.1
8.2
8.3
Specifications........................................................................................19
Technical data.........................................................................................19
Dimensions .............................................................................................20
Environmental compatibility ....................................................................20
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About this document
1
About this document
Purpose of the document
This document contains all necessary information on the sounder base FDSB291.
The consistent observance of the instructions ensures a trouble-free and safe
application.
Target group
This document and the information contained therein are aimed at the target
groups defined below.
Target group
Product manager (PM)
Project Manager
Installer
Commissioning personnel
Maintenance Personnel
Activity
– Performs local product management.
– Is responsible for the exchange of
information between the headquarters
and his DU for his products.
– The project manager is responsible for
the local project management.
Coordinates the use of all persons and
resources involved in the project
according to schedule.
– Continuously supplies information
necessary for project realisation.
– Assembles and installs the components
at the place of installation.
– Performs a subsequent check of the
installation.
– Configure the product at the place of
installation according to customerspecific requirements.
– Check the product operability and
release the product for use by the
operator.
– Search for and correct malfunctions.
– Carry out all maintenance work and
check for correct functioning.
Qualification
– Have attended suitable specialist
training for the function and for the
product range.
– Has attended the PM training courses.
– Has suitable specialist training for the
function, project scale and product
range.
– Has attended the Project Manager
training courses.
– The personnel have received
specialist training in the area of
building installation technology or
electrical installations.
– Have attended suitable specialist
training for the function and for the
product range.
– Have attended the training courses for
commissioning personnel.
– Have attended suitable specialist
training for the function and for the
product range.
Reference documents
Number
008114
Document title
Instruction leaflet, always enclosed with the device
Conventions for text marking
Î
'Text'
Result
exact concordance
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About this document
Technical terms
Term
EAI
ES
FDnet
Explanation
External alarm indicator
'Device version' alias 'product version' (Erzeugnisstand)
Addressed detector line
Document identification
Position
Title page
Signification
– Short name
– Name in full
– Purpose of document
Last page, bottom left
– Document no.
(number-modification index-language-COUNTRY)
– Edition date
Last page, bottom righthand side
– Manual
– Register
Modification index
Document no.
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02.2005
01.2005
04.2004
Brief description
Air humidity modified
Diagnosis levels changed
Automatic recognition of sounder base (as from
ES ≥30)
Language-dependent images replaced by
language-neutral images
Hint in chap. 3.2.1: Synchronization of tones on the
same detection line only with detectors ES ≥30
Sounder base with device version (ES) ≥30
integrated
Sound level specifications added
Document no.
Name of division
First edition
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Safety notes
2
Safety notes
This chapter describes the danger levels and the relevant safety regulations
applicable for the use of the products from Siemens Building Technologies. Please
read the work instructions as well as the chapter 'About this document' before
beginning any work.
2.1
Signal words and symbols
2.1.1
Classification and meaning of signal words
The danger situation - that is, the severity and probability of danger - is indicated
by the signal words listed below. Non-observance may lead to the consequences
indicated:
DANGER!
Warning!
Caution!
Note!
2.1.2
Imminent danger!
z May cause danger to life or serious bodily injury!
Dangerous situation!
z May cause serious bodily harm.
May cause dangerous situations!
z May cause light injuries!
Possibly harmful situation!
z May cause damage to the product or to objects in the
immediate vicinity of the product!
Symbols and their meaning
The symbols listed below indicate the nature and origin of the danger.
DANGER
General danger
DANGER
Electrical voltage
Example for an indication of danger
The example below illustrates the appearance and form of danger warnings in our
documents.
DANGER
External voltage
Disconnect the module from the power supply.
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Safety notes
2.1.3
Classification and meaning of additional symbols
Tips and information
Refers to extremely important or critical decisions to be taken into account before continuing the work.
2.2
Safety-relevant working instructions
Country-specific standards
The products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant
international and European safety standards. Should additional country-specific,
local safety standards or regulations concerning project planning, installation,
operation and disposal of the product apply in the place of operation, then these
standards or regulations must also be taken into account in addition to the safety
regulations mentioned in the product documentation.
Electrical installations
DANGER
Work on electrical installations
Work on electrical installations may only be carried out by qualified electricians
or by instructed persons working under the guidance and supervision of a
qualified electrician, in accordance with the electrotechnical regulations.
Assembly, installation, commissioning and inspection work
z If any tools or accessories such as ladders are required, safe and suitable
devices must be used.
z When fire controls are activated for test purposes, any damage to system parts
must be ruled out.
z Fire control installations must only be activated after the test has been
completed and the system has been definitely handed over to the customer.
z Third party systems or devices must only be activated in the presence of the
responsible person.
Modifications to the system design and the products
Modifications to a system or to individual products may cause faults or
malfunctioning. Please request written approval from us and the relevant
authorities concerning in-tended system modifications and system extensions.
Modules and spare parts
Locally procured modules and spare parts must comply with the technical
specifica-tions laid down by the manufacturer. This compliance is always ensured
for original spare parts supplied by us.
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Setup and function
3
Setup and function
3.1
Overview
The sounder base FDSB291 serves for acoustic alarming in an addressed fire
detection system. 11 tonalities are programmed in the sounder base. Two tonalities
can be activated for pending events.
Features
Supply via detector line
Base sounder control via the connection for the external alarm indicator
Communication with the control panel via the detector line
compatible with the neural fire detector and the wide-spectrum smoke detector
Sounds are synchronized with all alarm sounders and sounder bases FDSB291
of the same detector line (as from ES ≥30).
z
z
z
z
z
3.2
Function
3.2.1
Activation levels and sound intensity
The sounder base can be activated for two selectable event categories (e.g. prealarm or alarm). The tonality and sound intensity for the two selectable event
categories can be configured individually. 11 tonalities are available, each with two
sound intensities.
The base sounder is connected to the port for the external alarm indicator. It
requires no separate address on the detector line. The control panel communicates
with the detector via the detector line. The detector communicates with the sounder
base.
During performance check a test sound with low sound intensity can be activated.
Base sounders with ES ≥30 operated on detectors with ES ≥30 are synchronized
to alarm sounders (as from ES ≥30). Base sounders and alarm sounders must be
connected to the same detector line for that purpose.
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Setup and function
When the detectors and sounder bases have ES ≥30, the availability of the
sounder base is automatically recognized by some control panels, e.g. FS20, upon
commissioning.
3.2.2
Diagnosis levels
The sounder base FDSB291 largely auto-monitors its function.
The following diagnosis levels are derived from the different control measurings:
z Normal
z Observe information
z Fault
Details see table below.
When a fatal error occurs, which makes the proper function of the sounder base
impossible, a fault message is signalled. To remedy the cause, additional
information is available in the sounder base. This information may be displayed by
e.g. the detector exchanger and tester FDUD29x (details see Operation Detector
exchanger and tester, doc. nos. 007227 and 009718).
Indication on the detector
exchanger and tester
'No Deviation'
'maybe excha.' *
Any fault message
Signification
Actions
Normal, no fault is present
The sounder base is fully functional
Observe information
Sounder base present, but no
parameters set
Fault is present
Invalid parameter setting (e.g. no
sounder base present)
Sounder base defective (piezo
monitoring)
Short-circuit on sounder base connection
none
Set admissible parameter setting
– Set admissible parameters
– Connect sounder base
Replace sounder base
Remedy short-circuit
Note
The status 'Any fault message' can be displayed together with another status.
* Indication on the detector exchanger and tester always in English; no translation
into the country-specific language.
3.2.3
Behaviour in degraded mode
When the main processor of the fire control panel fails, the control panel is in
degraded mode. Depending on the control panel type, the fire control panel can
continue to perform the most important alarming and signalling functions in
degraded mode.
Base sounders with device version ≥30 that are operated on detectors with device
version ≥30 are equally activated and deactivated in degraded mode in case of a
fire alarm.
The degraded operation on the FDnet is not equally supported by all control
panels. During project planning, the information in the document 'List of
compatibility' (doc. no. 008331) and the control panel documentation in account is
mandatory.
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Setup and function
3.3
Accessories
3.3.1
Detector locking device FDBZ293
z for protection against theft
z compatible with point detectors and alarm
sounders
3.3.2
Designation plate FDBZ291
z to identify the location
z compatible with detector base FDB201, FDB221
and FDSB29x
3.3.3
Micro terminal DBZ1190-AA
z 4 poles
z for wire diameters 0.28 … 0.5 mm
2
z for T-branches of additional cabling for detector
heating units, sounder base, external alarm
indicators, etc.
3.3.4
Connection terminal DBZ1190-AB
z 3 poles
z for wire diameters 1 … 2.5 mm
2
z for T-branches of additional cabling for detector
heating units, sounder base, external alarm
indicators, etc.
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Project planning
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Project planning
Please always take into account the country-specific provisions and the alarm
organization for the project planning. The connection factors mentioned in the
specifications must be taken into account as well.
4.1
Compatibility
Compatible with all control panel types that support the FDnet detector line. Refer
to 'List of compatibility' (doc. no. 008331) for details.
4.2
Range of application
z In living rooms and lounges
z Hotel rooms
z Hospital tooms
4.3
Restrictions
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
no interface to the detector exchanger and tester FDUD29x
not compatible with detector heating unit FDBH291
not compatible with heat detector FDT2x1
not compatible with alarm sounder FDS221
cannot be synchronized with the alarm sounder FDS221 (only for ES <30)
no installation in wet zones possible
must not be operated on a collective detector line!
WARNING
The operation of the sounder base FDSB291 on collective detector line
makes the acquisition and processing of alarms and faults impossible!
Î Fire may spread unhindered.
z Only detector bases FDB201 and FDB201-AA as well as sounder bases
FDSB292 must be operated on a collective detector line.
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4.4
Configuration
The following chapters contain the specifications of the different tonalities. The
specifications differ for the sounder base with device version ES <30 and device
version ES ≥30.
The device version is mentioned on the device label and on the packaging label.
4.4.1
Sounder base with device version (ES) <30
No.
Tonality
1
Continuous
Frequency
pattern
Sweep from
→ to
970 Hz
2
Intermittent
950 Hz
1s
3
Sweep-down
1200 Hz →
500 Hz
1s
4
500 Hz →
1200 Hz
5
Slow-whoop
Sweep-up,
linear
Pulse tone
500 Hz
170 ms
6
Intermittent
500 Hz
6s
7
Continuous
500 Hz
8
Alternating
560 Hz
440 Hz
adjustable sound
Norm
intensity level (typ. values
in [dBA/1m] *)
12 V
32 V
85
90
'evacuate'
79
83
BS 5839 Part 1 1988
85
79
90
83
'alert'
BS 5839 Part 1 1988
84
77
90
81
DIN-Tone
DIN33404 Part 3
85
78
90
82
NEN2575
(Netherlands)
79
72
85
77
Swedish Standard
SS 03 17 11, No. 1
'Imminent Danger'
78
70
83
75
Swedish Standard
SS 03 17 11, No. 3
'Important Message'
81
74
86
78
81
74
87
78
Swedish Standard
SS 03 17 11, No. 4
'All clear'
'French fire sound'
NF S 32-001 -1975
80
73
85
77
Australia 'Alert'
AS 2220 -1978
85
78
90
82
Australia 'Action'
AS 2220 -1978
85
79
90
82
ISO 8201
US Temporal Tone
LF
1s
3.5 s
0.5 s
9
Intermittent
420 Hz
10
Slow-whoop
Sweep-up,
linear
Intermittent
500 Hz →
1200 Hz
11
Pulse pattern
80 ms
14 s
30 s
0.1 s
0.4 s
625 ms
625 ms
3.5 s
0.5 s
970 Hz
0.5 s
0.5 s
1.0 s
* Sound intensity ±2dBA
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4.4.2
Sounder base with device version (ES) ≥30
Pulse pattern
No.
Tonality
1
Continuous
Frequency
pattern
Sweep from
→ to
970 Hz
2
Intermittent
950 Hz
1s
3
Sweep-down
1200 Hz →
500 Hz
1s
4
Slow-whoop
Sweep-up,
linear
Pulse tone
500 Hz →
1200 Hz
5
1s
3.5 s
Norm
adjustable sound
intensity level (typ. values
in [dBA/1m] *)
12 V
32 V
85
90
'evacuate'
79
83
BS 5839 Part 1
1988
85
90
'alert'
79
83
BS 5839 Part 1
1988
84
77
90
81
DIN-Tone
DIN33404 Part 3
85
78
90
82
NEN2575
(Netherlands)
79
72
85
77
78
70
83
75
81
74
86
78
81
74
87
78
80
73
85
77
Swedish Standard
SS 03 17 11, No.
1
'Imminent Danger'
Swedish Standard
SS 03 17 11, No.
6
'Local warning'
Swedish Standard
SS 03 17 11, No.
4
'All clear'
'French fire sound'
NF S 32-001 1975
Australia 'Alert'
AS 2220 -1978
85
78
90
82
Australia 'Action'
AS 2220 -1978
85
79
90
82
ISO 8201
US Temporal
Tone LF
0.5 s
500 Hz
150 ms
100 ms
6
Intermittent
500 Hz
150 ms
600 ms
7
Continuous
500 Hz
8
Alternating
560 Hz
440 Hz
0.1 s
600 ms
9
Intermittent
420 Hz
10
Slow-whoop
Sweep-up,
linear
Intermittent
500 Hz →
1200 Hz
11
0.4 s
650 ms
3.5 s
0.5 s
970 Hz
0.5 s
0.5 s
1.5 s
* Sound intensity ±2dBA
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Installation
5
Installation
5.1
Installation
The sounder base is directly mounted on the ceiling. The cable entry is equivalent
to that on a standard detector base.
1. Insert the cables.
2. Fix the sounder base on the ceiling with two screws. Make sure that no cable is
crammed.
5.2
Electric connection
Notes:
z Only one wire must be connected per terminal.
z An external alarm indicator must always be connected by means of auxiliary
terminals.
z To connect the base sounder, at least one auxiliary terminal is required.
z The devices are operated unearthed and do not require grounding connection.
z Shielded cables must be earthed star-shaped at one point (e.g. control panel).
z In all devices, shielding must be connected via an isolated auxiliary terminal
(enclosed with the sounder base).
z The shielding must not touch any extrinsic earthing potentials in the device itself.
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Installation
Procedure
1. Always connect the sounder base in accordance with the connection diagram.
– Always use micro terminals when connecting an external alarm indicator.
– Choose the auxiliary terminals in accordance with the wire cross-section and
place them in the sounder base (see figure below).
2. Press the wires flat into the sounder base, so that they are not crammed during
the detector installation.
Connection diagram
FDSB29x
1
4
5
6
2
Line
Line
3
3
Legend
1
Sounder base
2
Auxiliary terminal for the detector line
3
Micro-terminal for an external alarm indicator
4
Red
5
Black
6
Green
Auxiliary terminals
(2)
(1)
Legend
1
Auxiliary terminal for the detector
2
Micro-terminal for an external alarm indicator
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Commissioning
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Commissioning
The device is commissioned via the control panel. The exact procedure is
described in the control panel documentation.
WARNING
The operation of the sounder base FDSB291 on collective detector line
makes the acquisition and processing of alarms and faults impossible!
Î Fire may spread unhindered.
z Only detector bases FDB201 and FDB201-AA as well as sounder bases
FDSB292 must be operated on a collective detector line.
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Maintenance/Repair
7
Maintenance/Repair
7.1
Status retrieval
The configured tonalities can be polled with the detector exchanger and tester.
7.2
Performance check
The devices are automatically subjected to a performance check during the selftest. Nevertheless, it is necessary to check the devices on site at regular intervals.
Recommendation:
– Check the devices every year.
– Replace strongly soiled or damaged devices.
No other special maintenance work is necessary.
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Specifications
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Specifications
8.1
Technical data
Detector line
Operating voltage
Operating current:
– Quiescent condition
– Sound activated
Maximum current connection factor
Quiescent current connection factor
Address connection factor
Separator connector factor
Communication protocol
Compatibility
12 … 33 VDC
150 µA
1.2 mA
5
0,5
0
0
FDnet
For details see doc. no. 008331 'List of
compatibility'
External alarm indicator
connectable ext. AI
Specification
1
please refer to the Technical Documentation
of the detector in account
Base sounder
Number of sounds
Activation levels
Sound level
11
2
depending on the set tonality; details see
chapter 'Configuration'
EAI-Link, only as from ES ≥30 of detectors
and sounder bases with automatic
recognition
Communication protocol
Connections
Detector line and ext. AI
Spring clips; 0.2 … 1.5 mm²
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Air humidity
Protection category EN60529/IEC529
Electromagnetic compatibility at:
– 1 MHz … 1 GHz
– 1 GHz … 2 GHz
-25 … +70 °C
-30 … +75 °C
≤95 % rel.
IP43
Mechanical data
Dimensions (L x W x H)
Housing material
Color
153 x 93 x 27 mm
ABS
white (RAL 9010)
Standards
Standards
Approvals
Protection categories
QS standards
EN54-3
VdS G204062
IEC 60529
– Siemens Standard SN 36350
– ISO9001
– ISO9004
yes
CE conformity mark
50 V/m
30 V/m
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Specifications
8.2
Dimensions
93 mm
27 mm
153 mm
8.3
Environmental compatibility
Electronic components and synthetic materials can be separated.
The plastic parts are marked and can be disposed of correspondingly.
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Data and design subject to change without notice.
Supply subject to availability.
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