ADDRESSABLE SOUNDER BEACON DEVICE – BASE WITH BUILT

ADDRESSABLE SOUNDER BEACON DEVICE – BASE WITH BUILT
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Beacon sounder – base with built-in short circuit Isolator FD7204
ADDRESSABLE SOUNDER BEACON DEVICE – BASE
WITH BUILT-IN SHORT-CIRCUIT ISOLATOR
type FD7204
Instruction manual 06-7204-03-17
General description:
Addressable sounder beacon device – base with built-in short-circuit isolator and accumulator
battery, is used for sound and flash indication on registered events by the Interactive fire alarm panel
IFS7002. The FD7204 is used for indoor applications.
The device is installed on base type FD7100.
The sounder and beacon device can be used as a standalone device with an individual address on the signal loop.
The FD7204 is triggered on IFS7002 panel’s command for
1
activation;
The communication between the beacon sounder and the
IFS7002 panel is based on the private protocol UniTALK on
2
the panel’s signal loop. The beacon sounder device is
power supplied by the charged (through the same signal
3
loop) Li-Ion accumulator battery. A short-circuit protection,
in the signal loop, is provided by a built-in the device,
hardware short-circuit isolator.
The beacon sounder is consisted of a body, micro-switches
for FD7204’s parameters set-up (pos.1, fig.1), external
battery set (pos.2, fig.1) and a plastic cover (pos.3, fig.1).
Programmable parameters of the beacon sounder:
- type of the sound/signal;
Fig.1
- selectable sound level or NO sound mode (only
beacon);
Technical parameters:
Power supply (from the signal loop)
Power consumption from the signal loop in “Duty mode”
with fully charged battery
Power consumption from the signal loop in “Duty mode”
with battery on charge (discharged battery)
Power consumption from the signal loop in “Alarm mode”
of the sounder beacon
Sound level on distance 1 m
Type of the sound tone
Temperature range
Relative humidity resistance (without condensation)
Dimensions
Weight
Cross section of the connecting wire
Protection rating
Rechargeable battery
Minimum life cycle on fully charged battery in Alarm mode
- (16÷33)V DC
- 390 µА on 24V DC
- (0,3-4,0)mA on (15-33)V DC
- 2mA w/o flash / 5mА with flash
- optional 80dB, 85dB or 90dB (table 2)
- optional - 25 tones
(table 1)
- from minus 10°С to 50°С
- ≤95%
- Ø100, h50 mm (with cover)
- 0,160 kg
- (0,8-2,5) mm2
- IP 21
- PLi-Ion 3,7V/320 mAh
- 1 hour
Indication:
Three types of LEDs indication:

RED (alarm status) indication – 1 red LED situated on the front side of the sounder (fig.3,
position1);

YELLOW (fault status) indication situated – 1 yellow LED situated on the front side of the
sounder (fig.3, position 2);
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Beacon sounder – base with built-in short circuit Isolator FD7204
RED (alarm flash) beacon indication (optional) – 12 LEDs situated on 180 degrees all
over the periphery of the 7204’s;
LEDs modes of indication:
Duty mode –YELLOW fault status indication flash shortly on a period of 16 seconds. The
RED beacon indication is turned off;
Alarm mode – the RED alarm status indication is continuously turned on and the RED
beacon indication flashes on every 2 seconds. The YELLOW fault status indication is
turned off;
Fault mode (activated short-circuit isolator) – the YELLOW fault status indication is flashing
shortly on a period of 1s. The RED alarm status indication and the RED beacon indication
are turned off;
Fault mode (discharged/low battery) – the YELLOW fault status indication is flashing
shortly on a period of 5s. The RED alarm status indication and the RED beacon indication
are turned off;
Fault mode (removed battery) – the YELLOW fault status indication is continuously turned
on. The RED alarm status indication and the RED beacon indication are turned off;
Installation:
The addressable beacon sounder is used with a base type 7100, which is supplied as a separate
item.
The installation steps of the beacon sounder are as follow:
1. Fix the base type 7100 using pins and screws;
2.Cable installation:
The cable installation is based on the
scheme on fig.2. It is recommended
cable shoes to be used. The “+IN” and
“+OUT” of the connectors are
conditional – they are not obligatory and
it is not necessary to take into
consideration.

Fig.2
3. Program the optional parameters of the
beacon sounder using the 8-pin microswitches (fig.3):
type of the sound/signal (table 1);
selectable sound level or no sound
mode (only beacon) (table 2);
Fig.3
4. Mechanical installation:
4.1.The beacon sounder is placed on the base and is rotated clockwise until reaching the guiding
grooves;
4.2. It is rotated until rest;
4.3. The slots of the base and the beacon sounder should match;
5. Table 3 represents a ratio between maximum number of beacon sounders (without flash and with
flash) and fire alarm detectors (series FD71xx), that can be connected to an addressable loop. Bear
in mind that a loop may have a maximum of 125 addresses.
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Table 1
Sound
No
1
Type of the sound
DIP SW 1,2,3,4,5
On,On,On,On,On
Activation mode
Sequence
Nominal
frequency
554/440
2
Off,On,On,On,On
Sequence
800/970
Frequency of the
activation mode
2Hz
(100mS/400mS)
1Hz
3
On,Off,On,On,On
Sequence
800/970
2Hz
4*
Off,Off,On,On,On
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
5*
On,On,Off,On,On
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
6*
Off,On,Off,On,On
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
7
On,Off,Off,On,On
Sequence
660
8
Off,Off,Off,On,On
Sequence
970
9
On,On,On,Off,On
Sequence
1200
10
Off,On,On,Off,On
Sequence
2850
On,Off,On,Off,On
Sequence
4000
Off,Off,On,Off,On
Interrupted sequence
660
13
On,On,Off,Off,On
Interrupted sequence
660
14
Off,On,Off,Off,On
Interrupted sequence
660
15
On,Off,Off,Off,On
Interrupted sequence
970
16
Off,Off,Off,Off,On
Interrupted sequence
970
0.05Hz 6.5s on,
13s off
0.277Hz 1.8s on,
1.8s off
3.33Hz 150mS on,
150.S off
0.8Hz 0.25s on,
1s off
1Hz 1s on, 1s off
17
On,On,On,On,Off
Interrupted sequence
2580
1Hz
18
Off,On,On,On,Off
Interrupted sequence
970
19
On,Off,On,On,Off
Interrupted sequence
950
1Hz 500mS on,
500mS off
0.22Hz (0.5s
on,0.5s off)*3, 1.5s
off
4hz 150mS on,
100mS off
1Hz
20
Off,Off,On,On,Off
Interrupted sequence
2850
21*
On,On,Off,On,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
22
Off,On,Off,On,Off
Increasing ring
1200-500
23
On,Off,Off,On,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
24
Off,Off,Off,On,Off
Increasing ring
500-1200
0.5s off,
3.5s on
25
On,On,On,Off,Off
Increasing ring
800-970
50Hz
26
Off,On,On,Off,Off
Increasing ring
800-970
7Hz
27
On,Off,On,Off,Off
Increasing ring
800-970
1Hz
0.99Hz 1s on,
0.01s off
7Hz
28
Off,Off,On,Off,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
50Hz
29*
On,On,Off,Off,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
30*
Off,On,Off,Off,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
31*
On,Off,Off,Off,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
32
Off,Off,Off,Off,Off
Increasing ring
2400-2850
1Hz
Table 2
On,Off
Off,On
Middle Sound level (85dB)
On,On
High sound level (90dB)
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French Fire Sound
AFNOR
NFS 32-001
Alternating tone
Telecoms
*Same as Sound
No32
*Same as Sound
No32
*Same as Sound
No32
All Clear
BS5839 Pt1 FP1063.1
Telecoms
BS5839 Pt1
Banshee / Bedlam
HF
Continuous
12
Level of the sound
The sound is disabled (the flash
beacon indication is only enabled)
Low Sound level (80dB)
Standard
BS5839 Pt1
11
DIP setting
SW 6,7
Off,Off
Description
Swedish Alarm
Tone
Intermittent Tone
BS5839 Pt1
Backup alarm HF &
BS5839 Pt1
Backup alarm HF&
nd
BS5839 Pt1 2
Tone
ISO 8201 LF &
BS5839 Pt1
BS5839 Pt1
BS5839 Pt1
BS5839 Pt1, ISO 8201
Pelican Crossing
*Same as Sound
No32
Evacuate, DIN tone
& PFEER
Fast Sweep Vds
DIN, PFEER
Vds
Slow whoop
evacuate
Netherlands NEN
2575
LF buzz BS5839
Pt1
Fast sweep LF
BS5839 Pt1
Medium sweep LF
buzz BS5839 Pt1
Vds
BS5839 Pt1
BS5839 Pt1
BS5839 Pt1
*Same as Sound
No32
*Same as Sound
No32
*Same as Sound
No32
Table 3
FD7204
without
flash
FD7204
with
flash
Number of
beacon
sounders
per loop
Detectors FD71xx series
10
20
30
40
50
10
< 115
< 105
< 95
< 85
< 32
< 115
20
< 32
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Testing:
The beacon sounder is tested after installation as a part of the site’s fire alarm system or on
maintenance activities, following the described sequence of steps:
A command for activation is sent from the 7002 panel to the stand-alone beacon sounder –
menu “Setup → Checks → Addressable outputs” and choose the signal loop’s INDIVIDUAL address
of the beacon sounder. The beacon sounder should activate with the pre-defined sound mode (from
the micro-switches, pos.1, fig.1);
A command for reset is sent from the 7002 panel to the individual address beacon sounder – exit
from menu “Setup → Checks → Addressable outputs”.
The individual address beacon sounder should change back to duty mode.
Service schedule:
Authorized personnel should service the fire alarm system and devices of type FD7204, based on the
following activities:
1. Inspection for visible physical damage
- Monthly
2. Test as part of the system installation
- Monthly
Warranty
The warranty period is 24 months from the date of sale, in case that the requirements set
herein are observed.
The manufacturer does not bear warranty liabilities for damages caused through accidental
mechanical damage, misuse, adaptation or modification after production. The manufacturer bears
warranty liabilities for damages in the unit caused through manufacturer’s fault only.
UniPOS
47, “San Stefano” Str., 5800 Pleven, BULGARIA
phone +359 64 891111, +359 64 891 100, fax +359 64 891 110
e-mail: [email protected]
Mladost 1, bl.79B, entr.2, ap.17, 1784 Sofia, BULGARIA
phone/fax +359 2 9744469, +359 2 9743925
e-mail: [email protected]
www.unipos-bg.com
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