System 800 Fire Alarm Panel
by Honeywell
Operator’s Manual & Log book
System 800
Fire Alarm Panel
Table of Contents
Scope
General description
4
5
User responsibility
6
Daily
Weekly
Quarterly
Battery replacement
6
6
7
7
Controls and indicators
Navigation
Access levels
8
8
9
To enter access level 2
To return to access level 1
Normal Condition
To conduct a display test
Fire condition
To verify fire
To cancel buzzer
To silence alarms
To reset the system
Manual control of fire alarms
To sound alarms
To silence alarms
To operate delay mode
Fire Test
To enter fire test mode
To exit Fire test mode
Fault condition
To Cancel buzzer
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15
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17
18
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Disablement condition
20
Typical disablement
20
System information
21
To view active fire events
To view active fault events
To view active disablement
To view historic events
2
9
10
21
21
22
22
System set up
23
Hardware link
To enable or disable a zone
To edit a zone label
To put a zone in and out of test mode
To view devices in a zone
To enable or disable a device
To edit a device label
To enable or disable alarm sounders
To set up weekly reminder of fire test
To set up the Initial and Verify delay
Other controls
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24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Loop status
Local input
Loop map
Auxiliary relay
Fire routing output
Fault routing output
Maintenance reminder
Appendix
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33
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34
34
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35
Glossary of terms
35
Description of Controls and Indicators36
Controls at the system 800 panel
Indicators at the system 800 panel
Menu
Controls and indicators
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This second issue of the Operator’s manual
covers the operating instructions for the
24-zone system 800 fire alarm panel. The
manual shows how to operate controls and
interpret light indications and messages. It
includes information on user responsibility
and emergency conditions with step by step
instructions on how to operate controls. The
manual has also a log book with pages to
record system events for future reference.
Scope
Safety
The following information is given in the
interest of personal safety and to prevent
damage to equipment installed and to
ensure the system operates correctly.
The information symbol is
accompanied with important text.
This can be either a warning to
prevent personal injury or death, or
a caution to prevent damage to the
system equipment.
Installer’s manual 796688 (4188-657)
Associated documents
All the documents associated with the panel
should be kept together near the panel.
Issue
1
1-1
2
Date
11/12/00
06/02/01
10/06/03
23/04/07
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Issue Record
Comment
This is the first issue of the operating manual.
Minor updates to improve instructions.
This is the second update to the installer’s manual include
coincidence detection, sector linking, improvements to the
settings for delay mode and auxiliary relay configuration.
Gent by Honeywell logo added
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General description
The system 800 fire alarm panel is designed
to meet the requirements of EN54 Parts 2
and 4. It is suitable for installation in small to
medium size buildings in accordance with
the recommendations of BS5839:Part 1, to
provide an automatic fire detection and
alarm.
The system 800 panel is installed and
configured to monitor devices such as
detectors, manual call points and sounder
control transponder units connected on a
single loop. Each device is capable of being
addressed individually and may be assigned
to one of 24 zones. The devices and zones
in the system can each be given a label for
identification. In the event of a fire the panel
automatically operates external sounder
circuits to raise an alarm in the protected
buildings.
The push button controls on the panel are
for use by authorised and trained personal.
To comply with the requirements of
BS5839:Part 1, there are log sheets
provided at the back of this manual for
recording system events.
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User
responsibility
It is recommended that the persons
responsible for the fire alarm system should
become familiar with:
How to operate the controls
How to interpret visual indications given.
Daily
BS 5839:Part 1, states that the system
should be inspected daily to ensure that a
normal indication is given at the control and
indicating equipment and:
any previously indicated fault and
warning condition has received
appropriate attention.
all the system events are entered into
the Log Book for future reference.
the use of the area(s) inspected has not
changed since the system was
designed.
and no unsafe practices that could lead
to a fire are being undertaken.
Weekly
At weekly interval:
a different Fire Sensor or Manual Call
Point of the system should be tested to
ensure the system is capable of
operating under alarm condition.
the operation of the alarm sounders
should be checked to also remind those
occupying the premises that there is a
fire alarm system with a particular
sound.
The test should be performed at a
regular time to avoid confusion
between a test and a genuine fire
alarm.
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Quarterly
At quarterly intervals the fire alarm system
should be inspected by the servicing
organisation. A trained maintenance
engineer from the servicing organisation
should carry out any work necessary.
For help with service and
maintenance contact your
Servicing organisation, see log
book.
Battery replacement
Every four years the batteries installed in the
system 800 panel must be replaced.
CAUTION:
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF
BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN
INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES
ACCORDING TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS.
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Controls and
indicators
Audible
indication
Navigation
While reading the instructions it may help to
open out the back page of this manual to
view the location of controls and indicators
on the panel. For description of controls and
indicators see User controls and indicators
section.
There is a cancellable buzzer in the panel
that operates automatically to announce Fire
and Fault events.
The buttons to navigate the menu and to
select a menu option at the panel are the
Enter, Previous, Next and Esc buttons.
The Enter button will display the top-level
menu or accept a selection.
The menu bar displayed
here shows the menu
available at access level 1.
Previous
Next
The Previous and Next buttons can be used
to scroll and select a menu option.
Esc
The Esc button performs a quit function.
Pressing the Esc button will close an open
menu or sub-menu and return it to the
previous display.
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Access levels
The instructions in this manual are for
access to menu options and push button
controls available at access levels 1 and 2.
Access level 1 (A1)
Access level 1 is for the general public and
requires no coded entry, and at this level the
light indications of the panel are visible,
along with menu options to view logs and
gain coded entry to level 2.
Access level 2 (A2)
Access level 2 is for authorised persons who
are responsible for the fire alarm, such as
security staff. This level requires a coded
entry to the panel’s push button controls and
menu options. If controls are not used for 3
minutes duration then access level 2 is
automatically exited.
To enter access
level 2
Press the Enter button to display the
menu bar.
Select System menu and option Code,
and then press the Enter button to
display the Access code entry form.
Enter the numerical
access code for
level 2 controls and
menu options. An
asterisk will appear
on the display for
every number entry.
Press Enter to accept the code.
The factory set codes for:
Access level 1 – None
Access level 2 - 2222
An acknowledgement is given of correct
code entry.
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To return to access
level 1
Esc
To exit access level 2 and return to access
level 1.
Press the Esc button to exit to level 1.
Press Enter to accept a return to level 1
and the display will respond with the
access level changed message.
Alternative method
Press the Enter button to display the toplevel menu.
Previous
Next
Press the Previous or Next button to
‘System’ option and scroll through the
menus to highlight Exit to level 1 option.
Press Enter to exit to access level 1.
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Normal
Condition
The green LED is normally lit giving a steady
to indicate that mains and battery supply to
the panel are healthy.
Power
To conduct a display
test
The panel lights and display can be tested to
check that they are working.
The Display Test is factory set to operate at
access level 2.
A2
Esc
Enter access level 2.
Press the Esc key to exit the menu
screen.
The display test can only operate if
the default screen is displayed.
Display Test
Press the Display Test button.
All the light indicators are lit on the panel
and will remain lit for a short duration.
The display pixels are also tested.
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Fire event(s) from detectors or manual call
points in zone(s) are indicated and logged at
the panel.
Fire condition
The red Fire light is lit.
Fire
Number of
zones in fire
First fire:
device number
First fire:
Zone number
Number of
active fires
Device or location label
Latest fire
Device of location label
The first fire information is given in the top
portion of the display, while the latest fire in
the lower portion.
The local buzzer sounds to announce each
fire event.
Fire Routing
Activated
Fire Protection
Activated
If the facilities are available and configured
for use, then the Fire Routing and Fire
Protection lights are lit.
System alarm sounders are active.
Follow site evacuation procedures.
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To verify fire
Delay
A2
Verify
If delay mode is ON, that is if the Delay light is
lit, the alarm sounders are inactive for a 30
seconds (factory set) duration. During this
time the alarm delay can be extended by a
pre-configured time (up to 10 minutes
maximum) by operating the Verify button.
Enter access level 2.
Press the Verify button.
The verification light is lit to show the fire
alarm delay has been extended.
Verification
NOTE: Operating Sound Alarms button or
if there is a subsequent fire event the
alarms are activated immediately.
To cancel buzzer
Cancel Buzzer
To silence the panel buzzer while the
system is in fire condition:
Press the Cancel Buzzer button.
To silence alarms
To stop the fire alarm sounders from
sounding, for example once the building has
been evacuated and the fire fighters are
present to attend to the fire.
A2
Enter access level 2.
Silence Alarms
Press the Silence Alarms button.
To reset the system
A2
Reset
After the emergency is over and the affected
devices have been restored for normal
operation and alarms have been silenced:
Enter access level 2
Press the Reset button.
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Manual control
of fire alarms
To sound alarms
To manually sound alarms in the system at
anytime or resound the alarms after they
have been silenced:
A2
Sound Alarms
Enter access level 2.
Press the Sound Alarms button.
Note the alarms are sounding!
To silence alarms
To stop the alarms from sounding:
A2
Silence Alarms
Enter access level 2.
Press the Silence Alarms button.
Note the alarms are silenced!
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The Delay Mode (also called Day mode)
facility allows the panel to delay the fire
alarms from sounding in the event of a fire.
To operate
delay mode
With the Delay mode active there is an initial
30 seconds (factory set) delay before alarms
are made active in the event of a fire. The
factory set initial delay time can be changed
to a different value, see page 32.
The delay mode is only operable if
the function is configured for
operation during service and
commissioning.
A2
Delay
Delay
Enter access level 2.
Press Delay button to activate Delay
mode facility for a pre-configured time of
up to 8 hours.
If timeout is not pre-configured
then the Delay function is
inoperable.
During a fire condition whilst the initial delay
is operating it is possible to activate further a
pre-configured alarm delay of up to
10 minutes on pressing the Verify button,
see page 13.
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The system 800 panel has a fire test facility,
which puts all the zones into test mode and
recommends which manual call point is to
be fire tested next.
Fire Test
In Test State all normal fire
detection functions are disabled.
To enter fire test
mode
A2
Enter access level 2.
Press Enter to display the top-level
menu.
From the System menu select Fire Test
option and press Enter to accept the
selection.
Press Enter to enter Fire test.
Test
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Now carry out a Fire Test on the
recommended manual call point and notice
the alarms are only active for a short
duration. On completion exit test state.
After the fire test on manual call point is
complete the panel must be taken out of the
test mode and returned to normal operating
condition.
To exit Fire test
mode
In Test State all normal fire
detection functions are disabled.
A2
Enter access level 2.
Press Enter to display the top level menu
From the System menu select Fire Test
option and press Enter to accept the
selection.
Press Enter to exit fire test.
The fire test mode has been exited and the
Test light switches Off.
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A fault condition is an automatic detection of
faults in the system requiring attention.
Fault condition
A fault detected in the fire alarm system is
given at the panel in the form of light
indication(s) and text message(s) on the
display, accompanied with an audible sound
from the local buzzer.
The table below shows individual
fault and associated message.
The panel will notify multiple faults
and disablements.
To silence the panel buzzer while the
system is in fault condition:
To Cancel buzzer
Cancel Buzzer
Press the Cancel Buzzer button.
Any fault repair on the system
must be carried out by the
servicing organisation.
Typical fault indications:
Light indication
typical
message(s)
One example:
Fault
Fault
Loop device
removed
Fire routing
output O/C or
S/C fault
FRE Fault
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meaning
A device on the loop
circuit has been
removed.
There is an open or
short circuit fault
associated with the
fire routing output.
Light indication
Fault
typical
message(s)
Meaning
Mains supply
failed
The mains or back
up battery supply to
the panel has failed.
or
Power Fault
Fault
Battery
disconnected.
Master alarm 1
/ 2 open /
short
There is an open or
short circuit fault on
the master alarm
sounder circuit 1 or
2 connected to the
panel.
System
processor
failure
The processor
controlling the
control panel has
failed.
Sounder Fault
Fault
System Fault
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Disablement
condition
A disablement condition is usually a
manual action using the controls at the
panel to disable parts of the system for
service and maintenance work.
A disablement in the fire alarm system is
given at the panel in the form of light
indications and text messages on the
display.
Any service and maintenance work on
the panel or system must be carried out
by a trained maintenance engineer from
the fire alarm servicing organisation.
Typical disablement
Light indication
Disablement
The table below shows individual
disablement and associated
message. The panel will notify
multiple faults and disablements.
Typical
message(s)
One
example:
Zone
disabled
Disablement
Sounder Disablement
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One or more
zones of the
system have
been disabled.
Fire
routing
disabled
The output from
the fire panel to
the fire routing
equipment is
disabled.
Sounder
disabled
The fire alarm
sounders
connected to the
panel are
disabled.
FRE Disablement
Disablement
meaning
System
information
To view active fire
events
The fire log shows all current fires detected
in the system, which can be viewed at any
time during the fire condition.
Press Enter to display the top-level
menu.
From the Logs menu select Active fire
option and press Enter to accept the
selection.
Press the Previous or
Next button to scroll and
view active fire events.
To view active fault
events
The fault log shows all current faults
detected in the system, which can be viewed
at any time during the fault condition.
Press Enter to display the top-level
menu.
From the Logs menu select Active Fault
option and press Enter to accept the
selection.
Press the Previous or
Next button to scroll and
view active fault events.
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To view active
disablement
The disablement log shows all current
disablements in the system, which can be
viewed at any time during disablement
condition.
Press Enter to display the top-level
menu.
From the Logs menu select Disablement
option and press Enter to accept the
selection.
Press the Previous
or Next button to
scroll and view
active disablement
events.
To view historic
events
The panel records up to 200 previous
historic events of the fire alarm system.
The log can be viewed at any time.
Press Enter to display the top-level
menu.
From the Logs menu select the Historic
option and press Enter to accept the
selection.
Press the Previous
or Next button to
scroll and view
historic events.
Event number 1 is
always the latest
event and number 200 the oldest event.
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System set up
Only a trained person must
attempt any changes to the
hardware link.
Hardware link
When making changes to the panel set up
the modified data must be saved to the
EEPROM. To save the data to the
EEPROM a hardware link located on the
electronic module inside the panel must be
configured.
EEPROM
enable
Electronic module
With the front door open the hardware link is
visible mid-way on the bottom face of the
electronic module.
P1
1
2
3
P19
C128
EEPROM
enable
To allow data to
be saved to EEPROM
P1
1
2
3
EEPROM
enable
To write protect
the EEPROM
To allow the changed data to be saved to
the EEPROM, a hardware link must be
configured first.
Configure the link P1 to position 1-2.
It is advisable to always leave the panel with
the link P1 in the protected position.
P1
1
2
3
Configure the link P1 to position 2-3.
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A zone is a collection of installed devices in
a sub division of the protected building. The
detection devices in a zone can be disabled,
for example during maintenance work on the
system. On completion of maintenance work
the zone must be re-enabled.
To enable or disable
a zone
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
When a zone is disabled the manual call points
in the zone remain active and are NOT disabled.
A2
Previous
Next
Press to select [Zone] field
Select
Press select to change to a required
zone number
Previous
Next
Press to select [Status] field
Select
Press Select to toggle ENABLE/DISABLE
Select DISABLE to disable the zone
or ENABLE to enable the zone
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Each zone can have an individual 32 character label. A zone label is used to
describe the sub division of the protected
building where there is an event detected. In
the event of a fire the zone label is displayed
on the screen.
To edit a zone label
EEPROM
enable
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
P1
1
2
3
If a zone label is left blank
then the device label is displayed
in the event of a fire.
A2min
Previous
Next
Press to select [Zone] field
Press select to change to a required
zone number
Previous
Next
Press to select [label] field
To edit text in a field:
Edit
Press Edit button to
allow label editing.
Using the numeric keypad
enter the label.
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
Each press of an alphanumeric
key will scroll character
string, eg each press of key 2 will
scroll characters: A B C 2 a b c.
Each press of key 1 will scroll
character string 1 ? , . ; & * /
Each press of key 0 will scroll
character string 0 ( ) : @ [ ]
Function To copy text
Highlight a label
field and press
the Function key.
Edit Function To paste text
0
Next
If necessary, press
Next to move to the
next character position.
Highlight a label
field and press edit and
then the Function key.
EEPROM
enable
Select
P1
1
2
3
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Any zone can be put into test mode to allow
the devices in the zone to be tested. In test
mode, the panel will not detect fires from
devices within the zone in test. An active
manual call point or detector in the zone will
cause master alarms to sound for a short
duration and the device is reset thereafter.
On completion of the test it is important to
exit the test mode to resume normal operation
for that zone.
To put a zone in and
out of test mode
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
A2
If a zone is put into test mode the panel
will see the zone fire events as test fires.
Previous
Next
Press to select a [Zone] field
Select
Press select to change to a required
zone number
Previous
Next
Press to select In Test field [ ]
Select
Press select to toggle NO/YES
Select NO to take zone out of test
or YES to put the zone in test
Test
When a zone is in the test mode and a
device in the zone is put into fire condition,
the alarms will sound for a short duration
and the device is reset thereafter.
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To view devices in a
zone
The devices assigned to any zone can be
viewed for confirmation. The list will show all
the devices in the selected zone.
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
A2
Previous
Next
Press to select a [Zone] field
Select
Press select to change to a
required zone number
Previous
Next
Press to scroll the list
By pressing the Enter button on
a highlighted device it is possible
to view device details,
see device details.
Press
Esc
to return to Device details
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A device such as a detector or manual call
point can be disabled or enabled. This may be
necessary during maintenance work on the
system. On completion of maintenance work
the device must be re-enabled.
To enable or disable
a device
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
This operation will allow disablement
and enablement of devices like
detectors and manual call points
on the loop.
A2
Previous
Next
Press to select [Device] field
Select
Press select to change to a
required device number
Previous
Next
Press to select [Status] field
Select
Press select to toggle ENABLE/DISABLE
Select DISABLE to disable the device
or ENABLE to enable the device
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A device label is used to describe the
location of the device in the protected
premises. Each device on the loop can
have an individual 32 -character label. In the
event of a fire the device label is displayed
on the screen.
To edit a device
label
1
2
3
P1
A2
Previous
Next
Press to select [Device] field
Select
Press to change to a
required device number
Previous
Next
Press to select [Label] field
Each press of an alphanumeric
key will scroll character
string, eg each press of key 2 will
scroll characters: A B C 2 a b c.
To edit text in a field:
Edit
Press Edit button to
allow label editing.
Using the numeric keypad
enter the label.
ABC
Each press of key 1 will scroll
character string 1 ? , . ; & * /
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
Each press of key 0 will scroll
character string 0 ( ) : @ [ ]
Function To copy text
Highlight a label
field and press
the Function key.
Edit
Function To paste text
0
Next
If necessary, press
Next to move to the
next character position.
Highlight a label
field and press edit key
followed by the
Function key.
EEPROM
enable
EEPROM
enable
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
P1
1
2
3
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To enable or disable
alarm sounders
The alarm sounders of the system can be
manually disabled, for example when doing
maintenance work on the sounder circuit. On
completion of maintenance work the alarms
must be re-enabled.
EEPROM
enable
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
P1
1
2
3
A2min
Previous
Next
Press to select field [ ]
A2
[Status]
Press to toggle selection
between:
ENABLED (Default)
DISABLED
EEPROM
enable
Select
1
2
3
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P1
The weekly Fire test reminder message
appears automatically on the specified day
as a reminder to the operator that a fire test
is due. The reminder message can be
configured to suit and it can be switched On
/ Off.
To set up weekly
reminder of fire test
EEPROM
enable
Enter access level 2 (A2) and use the
navigation buttons to highlight and
select options:
P1
1
2
3
A2
Previous
Next
Press to select field [ ]
Select
[Test day is]
Select
[Message]
To edit text in a field:
Edit
Press to toggle
ON/OFF
(OFF -Default)
Press to toggle:
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
Press Edit button to
allow label editing.
Using the numeric keypad
enter the label.
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
Each press of an
alphanumeric
key will scroll
character string,
eg each press of
key 2 will scroll
characters: A B C 2 a b c.
Each press of
key 1 will scroll
character string
1 ?, .; & */
Each press of key
0 will scroll
character string
0 ():@[]
0
Next
If necessary, press
Next to move to the
next character position.
EEPROM
enable
[Fire test is]
P1
1
2
3
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The delay mode facility (also called Day
mode) provides a delay before sounding
alarms in the event of a fire.
To set up the Initial
and Verify delay
The alarm sounders in the system can be delayed on a fire condition.
The Initial delay can be configured up to 9 minutes 59 seconds
(factory set to 30 seconds). This delay is imposed on the
alarm sounders at the beginning of a fire condition, providing the Delay
facility is active with the delay LED lit.
The Day mode delay is an extended alarm delay to verify a fire alarm.
This delay value can be up to 9 minutes 59 seconds. Note this value is
the total delay duration from the start of a fire condition. It is made active
on pressing the Verify button when initial Delay is active and delay
LED is lit.
EEPROM
enable
P1
1
2
3
A2min
Alarm delay operation
Initial delay
30s factory default
Day mode delay
Start of
alarm
Maximum alarm delay
9min 59sec
Previous
Next
Press to select field [ ]
[Initial delay]
A2 (initial Verify delay)
Select
Press to increment
0 to 9 minutes.
Next
Select
Press to increment
0 to 9 minutes.
Next
Press to select
seconds field [ ]
Press to increment
from 0 to 59 seconds.
EEPROM
enable
Press to select
seconds field [ ]
Press to increment
from 0 to 59 seconds.
[Day mode delay]
A2 (extended Verify delay)
1
2
3
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P1
Other controls
Loop status
Local input
The following functions they are used during
commissioning of the system and are
documented here for reference.
The loop status function shows the status
of the loop circuit, for example if it is running
or has stopped. A running loop implies the
loop is operating correctly and requires no
intervention, however a stopped loop must be
started, using the start detection function.
The display also shows the number of
devices connected to the loop and the
address of the last device on the loop.
The local input function configures two
terminals at the panel, the terminals can be
used for Class change, Fire input or Evacuate
input application. If used as a Fire input it is
possible to set the input in test mode, similar
to putting a zone in test mode.
The display also shows if the input is
enabled or disabled.
Loop map
A loop map function provides a list of
devices on the loop in consecutive order, as
installed on the circuit. Starting at end-1
terminals of the loop finishing at the end-2.
Devices on the loop can include detectors,
manual call points and transponder units.
The list also shows the label given to each
device.
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Auxiliary relay
Fire routing output
The auxiliary relay function configures a
relay in the panel, which provides
changeover contacts for external use. The
relay can be configured to operate with fire
event (factory default setting), fault event or
disablement, or its function can be internally
disconnected.
The fire routing output function configures
the output facility that provides the signals to
operate equipment, such as an auto dialler
to call out the fire fighting organisation in the
event of a fire. The output can be manually
activated or de-activated.
The display also shows the settings of fire
routing delay time and its current operating
state (enabled or disabled).
Fault routing output
The fault routing output function
configures the output facility that provides
the signals to operate equipment to call for
maintenance on the system. The output can
be manually activated.
The display also shows if the output is
enabled or disabled.
Maintenance
reminder
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The maintenance reminder function
configures the triggering of a custom
message to appear when maintenance is
due on the system. The message may be a
phone number to call the servicing
organisation for system maintenance. The
day of the month can be configured here
along with a custom message.
Appendix
Glossary of terms
The definitions of terms given here are in
relation to the description of the system 800
Fire alarm panel.
Zone – A zone consist of a maximum of 32
devices such as detectors and manual call
points in a sub-division of a building,
monitored by the system 800 panel.
Access level – A coded entry to operate
controls on the system 800 panel.
A1 – Access level 1
A2 - Access level 2
FRE - Fire routing equipment
FPE - Fire protection equipment
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Description of
Controls and
Indicators
A - Flap
A
B - Instructions
P re v i o u s
F i re
Ne x t
Esc
F a u lt
P o w er
F i re R o u t i n g
A c tiv a te d
ABC
S ou n d A l arm s
DEF
1
2
3
S i le nc e A l arm s
GHI
JK L
MN O
4
5
6
D el a y
P QRS
TUV
W XY Z
V eri f y
S el ec t
R es et
S y s te m F a u lt
P o w er F a u l t
F i re P ro t e c t i o n
A c tiv a te d
C an c el Bu zz er
F R E F a u lt
C – Controls and indicators
S o u n d e r F a u lt
7
8
D i sp l ay Te st
9
P r e- a l a r m
D e la y
V e ri f i c a t i o n
D is a b le m e n t
E di t
F un ct i o n
F R E D i sa b l e m e n t
0
S o u n d e r D i s a b l e m en t
T e st
B
C
Fire
Fire Routing
Activated
Esc
Previous
Next
Fault
Power
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
Delay
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
Verify
Select
Sound Alarms
Reset
System Fault
Power Fault
Fire Protection
Activated
Silence Alarms
Cancel Buzzer
FRE Fault
Sounder Fault
Pre-Alarm
Delay
Display Test
9
Disablement
Verification
Edit
Function
FRE Disablement
0
Sounder Disablement
Test
See following pages for description.
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Controls at the system 800 panel
No.
Control
Access
Level
1
Sound Alarms
2
The button starts the alarm sounders
in the system, see page 14.
2
Silence Alarms
2
The button stops the alarm sounders
from sounding in the system, see
pages 13, 14.
3
Reset
2
The button resets the panel, see
page 13.
4
Cancel Buzzer
1
The button silences the audible
warning buzzer at the panel, see
pages 13, 18.
5
Delay
2
The button activates the delay mode
for a pre-configured time of up to
8 hours, see page 13, 15, 32.
6
Verify
2
The button further delays the alarm
from sounding for a pre-configured
time (up to 10 minutes) only if the
initial Delay is active and the Delay
mode is active, see page 13.
7
Display Test
2
The button tests the LED indicators,
buzzer and display at the panel, see
page 11.
8
Function
3
The button:
Function
a) Can copy and paste a text when
used to edit labels.
b) Can display software version and
date of release at access levels 3
or 4.
9
Select
2
The button toggles the selections of a
field in a form.
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No.
Control
Access
Level
10
Edit
2
The button allows editing of text entry
in a field of a form.
1
The button is used to enter or accept
an entry and also display menu
options.
1
The button functions as a quit or
escape key.
1
These buttons are used to scroll
through active event list, form fields
and menu options.
1
These buttons are used for entering
alphanumeric data.
11
12
13
Esc
Previous
Function
Next
14
2
Indicators at the system 800 panel
No.
label
15
Fire
(red)
light
operation and meaning
STEADY – There is one or more
fire(s) in the system
OFF – There are no fire(s) in the
system
16
Fire Routing
Activated
(red)
STEADY – The fire routing output
has been activated and there is an
automatic fire call out.
OFF – The fire routing is not active.
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No.
label
17
Fire Protection
Activated
(red)
light
operation and meaning
STEADY – The fire protection
output (fixed extinguishing) is
active.
OFF – The fire protection output is
not active.
18
Pre Alarm
(red)
STEADY – There is at least one
coincidence zone / device in prealarm.
OFF – There is no zone / device in
coincidence fire.
19
Delay
(yellow)
STEADY – The delay mode is
active.
OFF – The delay mode is not
active.
20
Verification
(yellow)
STEADY – The verification delay is
active and alarms are being
delayed from sounding.
OFF – The verification delay is not
active.
21
Fault
(yellow)
STEADY – There is at least one
fault in the system, view the fault log
for details, see page 18.
OFF – There are no faults.
22
Power
(green)
STEADY – The mains and battery
supplies are healthy.
OFF – There is no mains supply
nor battery supply at the panel.
23
System fault
(yellow)
STEADY – There is a system fault
(Micro failure and non-volatile
memory corruption).
OFF – There is no system fault.
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No.
label
24
Power fault
(yellow)
light
operation and meaning
STEADY – There is either a mains
or battery supply fault.
OFF – There is no power fault.
25
FRE Fault
(yellow)
STEADY – There is a fire routing
equipment fault.
OFF – There is no FRE fault.
26
Sounder Fault
(yellow)
STEADY – There is a sounder
circuit open or short circuit fault.
OFF – There is no sounder circuit
fault.
27
Disablement
(yellow)
STEADY – There is at least one
disablement or the panel is in
engineering mode, view the
disablement log for details, see
page 20.
The engineering mode is
normally only accessed by the
servicing organisation.
OFF – There are no disablements.
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29
30
FRE
Disablement
(yellow)
STEADY – The fire routing
equipment (FRE) is disabled.
Sounder
Disablement
(yellow)
STEADY – The system alarm
sounders are disabled.
Test
(yellow)
OFF – The FRE is not disabled.
OFF – The system alarm sounders
are not disabled.
STEADY – The panel or Zone is in
test state.
OFF – The panel or zone is not in
test state.
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