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LIGHTING
TEF 9980 STATUS LIGHT,
MAIN LIGHT & REPEATER LIGHT
ZONE 1, ZONE 2 & SAFE AREA
USER MANUAL
Subject to change without prior notice
TUM5721 REV. A 17.07.2017
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The TEF 9980 status light may be installed in Zone 1,
2 or safe area. The Equipment shall not be installed
in Zone 0!
HANDLE WITH CARE! The TEF 9980 is an Ex d op
is signal light, with a glass dome. Whereas glass is
chosen for its lifelong transparency and chemical stability, it has its limitations when it comes to impact
strength.
High intensity light output.
Do not look directly into the light.
This may cause discomfort or serious
permanent damage to your eyes.
Note that changes made to the product and/or installation of components which do not conform to the
manufacturer’s specification, may be a safety violation. The manufacturer will in no circumstance be
held responsible for such activity.
For your health and safety, always use safety gear
suited for the task. Be certain to follow codes, regulations and/or specific procedures that are related to
the installation.
COPYRIGHT
IMPORTANT
©2016 Tranberg AS
Read this instruction carefully before installing the
product
The information contained in this document remains
the sole property of Tranberg AS. No part of this
document may be copied or reproduced in any form
or by any means, and the information contained
within it is not to be communicated to a third party,
without the prior written consent of Tranberg AS.
The document, or any part of it, may not be translated to any other language without the written approval from Tranberg AS.
DISCLAIMER
Tranberg AS endeavors to ensure that all information in this document is correct and fairly stated, but
does not accept liability for any errors or omissions.
R. Stahl Tranberg AS
E [email protected] | stahl-tranberg.com
Main office: Strandsvingen 6 | N-4032 Stavanger | Norway | T +47 51 57 89 00 | F +47 51 57 89 50
Office Oslo: Luhrtoppen 2 | N-1470 Lørenskog | Norway | T +47 24 08 44 10
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TABLE OF CONTENTSNTS:
CONTENTS
1.
SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OF USE
4
2.
AREA OF USE
4
3
NUMBERS AND LOCATION OF LIGHT UNITS
5
4
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
6
5
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
6
6
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
7
FAILURE MODES
11
8
MAINTENANCE
12
9
PUTTING INTO SERVICE
12
7
10
COMMISSIONING AND TESTING
12
11
STORAGE PRESERVATION
13
12
DISPOSAL
13
13
PART NO.
14
14
TECHNICAL DATA
16
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1.
SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OF USE
The flameproof joints are not intended to be repaired.
DO NOT OPEN OR REPAIR!
The TEF 9980 is sealed for life, and shall not be opened for repair or inspections. Should a fault occur, contact the manufacturer. Do not try to
open the equipment for repair or modifications. This could impair the type
of protection and the safety of the product. Regular visual inspections for
corrosion and water ingress are recommended.
The TEF 9980 has one threaded cable entry, M25x1.5 (6H)
which is used for the permanent connection of the cable. This cable is
installed in the factory, and shall not be replaced. Temperature at entry point may reach 85°C with an ambient temperature of +55°C. The
TEF 9980 is delivered with a flying lead connection cable. If installed
in a hazardous area (Zone 1 or 2) the free end of the cable shall be
protected by a type of protection listed in clause 1 of IEC/EN 600790:2012 suitable for the mentioned Zone and required EPL. The screen
of the cable is also the grounding of the lamp and shall be connected
to earth in the junction box. Do not apply excessive pulling or twisting
force to the cable. This may impair the type of protection Ex d, and the
ingress protection. This may possibly lead to water ingress or reduce
the equipment’s ability to not transmit an internal explosion.
2.
AREA OF USE
The TEF9980 signal light and its control system is made for direct
connection to the Fire and Gas alarm system with fully automated
functionality. A “manual ON” and “DIM” options are available from the
control system. The system includes a “self-test” in order to check for
faults without having to test the lights manually.
The TEF9980 is designed to comply with requirements for status light
as described in CAA UK CAP437, NORMAM-27/DPC and 2009 MODU
Code.
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NUMBERS AND LOCATION OF LIGHT UNITS
The number and location of light units should be considered in cooperation with the helideck operator. Ref. CAA Paper 2008/01, section
4.8 and 6.2 for further guidance.
Proposed location of light units:
• The helideck status light signalling system shall be installed either
on or adjacent to the helideck.
• The status light shall be visible from all approach angles, i.e. 360°
in azimuth. In case of obstacles blocking visibility, additional lights
may be added at other locations.
• While the helicopter is landed on the helideck, intensity shall be
dimmed to maximum 60cd. At least one light shall be visible to
the pilot when the helicopter is on the helideck, regardless of its
orientation to the deck. Note: Output light characteristics are the
same for repeater light and main light when in “dim” mode.
Note:
The light units when in combination with Tranberg control system
are automatically monitored. Of this reason, according to CAA Paper
2008/01, redundancy light units and components can be omitted.
M = Main light
R = Repeater
light
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TOOLS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
The TEF9980 is ready for use, delivered with a flying lead. We recommend you to install the TEF9980 with 4 pcs. M10 stainless steel bolts.
We therefore recommend a 17mm wrench or socket wrench for installation.
Refer to user manual for junction box for tools required for fixing and
electrical connection.
5
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Light unit
The TEF9980 shall be installed on a stable, horizontal surface using 4 stainless steel bolts (A4-70) of minimum size M6. We recommend you to install
the TEF9980 with 4 pcs. M10 stainless steel bolts. The flying lead cable shall be protected against excessive twisting and turning.
To reduce corrosion, consider the risk of electrochemical corrosion when different metals are electrically and mechanically in contact. The TEF9980
status light shall not be installed in a way that may cause it to work as an anode for a larger structure. To ensure this, it might be necessary to isolate the
lamp from the structure (except from the bonding conductor and the cable screen, which in no case shall be omitted/disconnected).
Junction box
The light unit is delivered with flying lead cable (standard length 3 meters), and must be terminated in an Ex approved junction box. Refer user manual
for junction box for installation.
996A111145
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The light units are supplied with flying lead cable, standard length
3 meters. The cable shall be terminated in an Ex approved junction
box. Cables must be effectively clamped to prevent pulling or twisting.
• The control cabinet is delivered with connections for up to two
main lights and two repeater lights as standard.
• One main light, plus one or two repeater lights can be connected
to same output. This can in many cases save cabling.
• Power and signals can be wired in a single multi cable or split up
in two cables, one for power and one for signals. Allows for using
large cross section for power wires and smaller cross section for
signals.
• The Status Light System should be fed from an uninterrupted
power supply (UPS) system.
EXAMPLES - WIRING
MAIN OR
REPEATER LIGHT
MAIN OR
REPEATER LIGHT
Control
system
Control
system
6+PE
JB
Control
system
7+PE
2+PE (Pwr)
4+PE (Signal)
JB
7+PE
PE
PE
MAIN LIGHT
REPEATER LIGHT
2+PE (Pwr)
5+PE (Signal)
JB
7+PE
JB
7+PE
PE
PE
6+PE
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WIRING
To Control System
One light connected to one control system output.
+24V
0V
On/Stby
Dim
Sync
Alarm
PE
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
JB
1
2
3
4
5
6
PE
PE
PE
1
2
LAMP
3
4
5
6
PE
7
Scr
Two lights connected to one control system output.
JB
+24V
1
1
1
To Control System
0V
2
2
2
On/Stby
3
3
3
Dim
4
Sync
5
4
4
5
5
Alarm 1
6
Alarm 2
7
PE
PE
LAMP 1
PE
6
Note:
Only one main light can be
connected. Light No. 2 must be
a repeater light.
7
Scr
PE
PE
PE
+24V
0V
Note:
Alarm signal must be
connected separatly to control
system from each lamp.
On/Stby
Dim
Sync
Alarm 2
PE
JB
1
2
3
4
5
6
PE
PE
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1
2
LAMP 2
3
4
5
6
7
Scr
PE
TEF 9980 STATUS LIGHT - INSTALLATION AND USER MANUAL
• For best EMI performance, bond lamp to earth via a PE wire.
Connect wire to M5 earth screw at lamp base. Keep wire as short
as possible, maximum 80cm. See section below.
• Cut cable to desired length.
• Terminate wires in junction box as described below. Cables must
be effectively clamped to prevent pulling or twisting.
• Unused conductors (wire No. 7) shall be earthed or suitably
protected. Grounding is recommended.
• Connect screen to PE.
Earthing
The screen of the cable shall be earthed in the junction box in order
to fulfill the EMC requirements. Connection facility for a bonding conductor is found adjacent to the cable entry in the lamp housing. Connection is done with a stainless steel M5 screw, two stainless steel
washers, a spring washer and the cable lug. The cable lug shall be
placed between the two stainless steel washers. Use a min. 4mm²
conductor, with a maximum length of 80cm to ensure conformity to the
EMC standards. Use a stainless steel washer to isolate the cable lug
from the aluminum housing to prevent excessive corrosion.
• Power and digital in signals can be connected in parallel. Alarm
signal (digital out) must be connected to control system separately
for each lamp.
• Maximum one main light can be connected to each power output
at the control system. If two lamps are connected to one power
output, lamp No. 2 must be a repeater light.
Lamp connections
(1) +24V
(2) 0V
(3) On/Stby
(4) Dim
(5) Sync
(6) Alarm
(7) N/C
(Screen) PE
PE
Wire no.
Signal
Description
Comment
1
+24V
Power
2
0V
Power (common)
3
On/Stby
Digital input.
`0`= Standby
`1`= On
4
Dim
Digital input.
Dimming light intensity and reduce flash rate.
`0`= Normal mode
`1`= Dim mode
5
Sync
Digital input.
Flash synchronization.
(>2 sec: test mode)
(Test mode: see section 10)
6
Lamp failure
Digital output.
Failure signal to control system.
7
Not connected
Screen
PE
Protective earth
Terminate to PE
Lamp housing
PE
Protective earth
Terminate to PE
`1`= Lamp OK.
See section “failure modes” for
detailed description.
Terminate to PE or N/C
terminal
Note: For repeater light, ‘Dim’ signal is used to reduce flash rate only.
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Cable dimensions
Voltage drop in cables should be calculated to ensure that voltage at
lamp is minimum 16V. Use a current consumption of 6.15A for main
lamp and 0.41A for repeater light to calculate voltage drop.
Note:
• The control cabinet incorporates a regulated power supply, and
voltage out from cabinet can be considered to be 24VDC.
• Voltage drop in power supply cable will be compensated in
regulator.
• If necessary the voltage at control cabinet can be adjusted up to
28.5V.
Recommendation
One Main Light, Power Lines Wire 1 and 2 (Voltage at control cabinet = 24V)
Cable Length
<60 meter
Dimension
2,5mm2
<100 meter
4mm2
<140 meter
6mm2
<230 meter
10mm2
Repeater light and signal lines: Recommendation: Min. 1.5mm2 regardless of cable length (<300m).
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FAILURE MODES
The TEF9980 constantly monitors the condition of the light by measuring temperature, voltage and current. Failure is reported to control
system as described below. See also section “Lamp connections”.
Failures are grouped in two main modes; “alarm” and “warning”.
Warnings are considered to be corrected when environmental conditions change. Alarms are considered to be permanent.
When light is OK, failure signal is “high”. If a failure occurs, failure signal
will go “low” and approx. every 5 seconds send out a pulse sequence
to indicate type of failure. Pulse width is 10ms and duty cycle is 0.5.
No. of pulses
Failure description
Action
0
Alarm: No power supply.
Lamp off.
1
Alarm: Internal comm. error, top LED circuit.
Lamp will not start up.
2
Alarm: Internal comm. error, middle LED circuit.
Lamp will not start up.
3
Alarm: Internal comm. error, bottom LED circuit.
Lamp will not start up.
4
Alarm: Top LED’s not blinking.
Lamp attempts continue working.
5
Alarm: Middle LED’s not blinking.
Lamp attempts continue working.
6
Alarm: Bottom LED’s not blinking.
Lamp attempts continue working.
7
Alarm: >10% of LED’s top not working.
Lamp attempts continue working.
8
Alarm: >10% of LED’s middle not working.
Lamp attempts continue working.
9
Alarm: >10% of LED’s bottom not working.
Lamp attempts continue working.
10
Alarm: Light intensity, top, out of bounds.
Lamp attempts continue working.
11
Alarm: Light intensity, middle, out of bounds.
Lamp attempts continue working.
12
Alarm: Light intensity, bottom, out of bounds.
Lamp attempts continue working.
13
Alarm: Light intensity, top, out of bounds or no light.
Lamp attempts continue working.
14
Alarm: Light intensity, middle, out of bounds or no light.
Lamp attempts continue working.
15
Alarm: Light intensity, bottom, out of bounds or no light.
Lamp attempts continue working.
16
Warning: Over-temperature LED’s top, level 1.
Half flash frequency. Resets automatically when
temperature drops below threshold.
17
Warning: Over-temperature LED’s middle, level 1.
Half flash frequency. Resets automatically when
temperature drops below threshold.
18
Warning: Over-temperature LED’s bottom, level 1.
Half flash frequency. Resets automatically when
temperature drops below threshold.
19
Warning: Over-temperature driver, level 1.
Half flash frequency. Resets automatically when
temperature drops below threshold.
20
Warning: Over-temperature LED’s top, level 2.
Goes to “dim mode”. Resets to level 1 when
temperature drops below threshold.
21
Warning: Over-temperature LED’s middle, level 2.
Goes to “dim mode”. Resets to level 1 when
temperature drops below threshold.
22
Warning: Over-temperature LED’s bottom, level 2.
Goes to “dim mode”. Resets to level 1 when
temperature drops below threshold.
23
Warning: Over-temperature driver, level 2.
Goes to “dim mode”. Resets to level 1 when
temperature drops below threshold.
24
Alarm: Over-temperature LED’s top, level 3.
Lamp off. Resets to level 2 when temperature
drops below threshold.
25
Alarm: Over-temperature LED’s middle, level 3.
Lamp off. Resets to level 2 when temperature
drops below threshold.
26
Alarm: Over-temperature LED’s bottom, level 3.
Lamp off. Resets to level 2 when temperature
drops below threshold.
27
Alarm: Over-temperature driver, level 3.
Lamp off. Resets to level 2 when temperature
drops below threshold.
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MAINTENANCE
The TEF9980 is designed for a minimum of maintenance. Cleaning
with a damp cloth is recommended. Visual check for water ingress and
corrosion is recommended.
Do not look directly into the light.
This may cause discomfort or serious permanent
damage to your eyes.
9
PUTTING INTO SERVICE
The lamp is designed to receive a defined set of inputs from a specialized control system and return a set of values in terms of faults and
alarms. We therefore strongly recommend installation of the TEF9980
only together with Tranberg control systems. The safety of the product
is not based on the control system. Testing of the light and control
system after installation is recommended.
Before putting into service:
1. Make sure that the device is not damaged.
2. Make sure that the device is installed correctly.
3. Remove any foreign objects from the device.
4. Check the tightening torques.
10
COMMISSIONING AND TESTING
Commissioning
Please see manual for control system for proposed commissioning
procedure.
Testing
While the lamp is monitored also in standby mode, the lamp must be
switched on to test all parameters. The lamp should be tested at suitable intervals. This can either be done by manually switch on the lamp
or using the test function described below. This test function is designed to be used for automatic testing and light intensity during this
test sequence will not become a hazard for helicopter pilot or other
personnel.
Procedure, test function:
1. When in standby mode and “dim” signal is off, set “sync” signal
(digital input) to ‘1’ for minimum 2 seconds.
2. Lamp starts test sequence.
ºº
Top LED`s flashes with reduced light output.
ºº
Middle LED’s flashes with reduced light output.
ºº
Bottom LED’s flashes with reduced light output.
ºº
Lamp switched off, and test completed
3. If any failure is detected, it will be reported at “failure signal” (digital
output).
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STORAGE PRESERVATION
The product should be stored in the original box, in a dry location and
within the operational temperature range.
12
DISPOSAL
The TEF9980 shall be disposed of according to national regulations.
The equipment may be returned to the manufacturer for recycling,
shipment is the customer’s responsibility.
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PART NO.
Description
TEF9980 Helideck Status Light – Main Light
TEF9980 Helideck Status Light – Repeater Light
Part No.
9980 000
9980 005
Junction Box for Single Lamp Connection
1058 2089
Junction Box for Single Lamp Connection + Connection to Next Lamp
1058 2589
Eye bolt for fixing of security wire
0000 5838
Note:
Junction boxes supplied with stopping plugs and one cable gland for lamp cable.
Cable glands for cables which are not supplied by Tranberg not included.
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STATUS LIGHT 9980 000/ 9980 005
Option:
Eye bolt for fixing of security cable,
part no. 5838.
000A111490
JUNCTION BOX 1058 2589
JUNCTION BOX 1058 2089
000A111490
000A111490
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TECHNICAL DATA
Ex Protection:
Ex II 2 G Ex db op is IIB+H2 T5 Gb
Area of Use:
Hazardous areas Zone 1 or 2, EPL Gb and safe area
Materials:
Powder coated seawater resistant aluminum, tempered glass.
Input Voltage:
16-32V DC
Current consumption:
Main Light: Max. 6.15A @16V
Repeater Light: Max. 0.41A @16V
Power, Main Light:
Peak: Max. 98W
Average: Max. 30W
Standby: Max. 1.8W
Power, Repeater Light :
Peak: Max. 7.3W
Average: Max. 2.6W
Standby: Max. 1.8W
Digital Inputs :
‘0’: -3V to +5V
‘1’: +11V to +32V
Typical current consumption: 2mA @ 24VDC
Digital output:
Voltage: Uin – 1.2V @2.4mA
Max. output current: 25mA
Light intensity, Main Light:
Min. 700cd 2°-10° elevation
Min. 176cd 0°-90° elevation
Light intensity,
Min. 16cd 0°-90° elevation
Repeater Light and Main Light in Dim Mode:
Max. 60cd 0°-90° elevation
Color:
Red. According to ICAO Annex 14. NVG compatible IR LED`s.
Flash rate:
Standard Mode: 120 flashes pr. min.
«Dim» Mode: 60 flashes pr. min.
Flying lead cable:
7 x 1.5mm2 with screen. Flame retardant, halogen-free and mud resistant.
Standard length: 3 meters. Ø17mm ±0.8.
Ingress Protection:
IP 66/67
Operating Temperature:
-40°C to +55°C
Overall dimensions (L x W x H):
200x263x245mm (excluding cable)
Weight:
11.5 kg.
Compliance standards:
CAA UK CAP437:2013, NORMAM-27/DPC:2015, 2009 MODU Code:2010,
IEC 60079-0 ed. 6, IEC 60079-1 ed. 7, IEC 60079-28 ed. 2,
EN 60079-0:2012/A11:2013, EN 60079-1:2014,
EN 60079-28:2015, EN 61000-6-2:2005, EN 61000-6-4:2007,
EN 61547:2009, EN 50581:2012, IEC 60533:2015
R. Stahl Tranberg AS
E [email protected] | stahl-tranberg.com
Main office: Strandsvingen 6 | N-4032 Stavanger | Norway | T +47 51 57 89 00 | F +47 51 57 89 50
Office Oslo: Luhrtoppen 2 | N-1470 Lørenskog | Norway | T +47 24 08 44 10
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