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FMR-7036
Installation Instructions
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Fire Annunciator Keypad
FMR-7036 | Fire Annunciator Keypad | Contents
Contents
Contents ...........................................................................2
1.0
Notice .................................................................3
2.0
Device Description..........................................3
3.0
Installing the Reference Card.......................3
4.0
Mounting the FMR-7036 .................................3
4.1
Surface Mounting...............................................3
4.2
Electrical Box Mounting....................................3
5.0
Setting the FMR-7036 Address......................4
6.0
Wiring the FMR-7036 ......................................4
7.0
FMR-7036 Programming ................................5
7.1
FPD-7024 Local Programming .........................5
7.2
FPD-7024 Remote Programming .....................5
8.0
FMR-7036 Operation.......................................5
8.1
Silence .................................................................5
8.2
Reset ....................................................................6
8.3
Scrolling Buttons ................................................6
8.4
Keylock Switch ...................................................6
8.5
Display.................................................................6
8.6
Reset Switch........................................................6
9.0
Troubleshooting...............................................7
10.0
Specifications ....................................................7
Figures
Figure 1:
Figure 2:
Figure 3:
Figure 4:
Figure 5:
Figure 6:
FMR-7036 Fire Annunciator Keypad .......3
Reference Card Installation .......................3
Mounting Hole Locations ..........................4
Inside View of FMR-7036 Keypad ...........4
FMR-7036 Address Jumper Settings.........4
FMR-7036 Wire Connections....................5
Tables
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
2
FMR-7036 LED Functions.........................6
FMR-7036 Troubleshooting Tips ..............7
FMR-7036 Specifications............................7
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Notice
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1.0 Notice
These instructions cover the installation of the Bosch
Security Systems, Inc. FMR-7036 Fire Annunciator
Keypad in a fire system supervised by a Bosch FPD7024 Fire Alarm Control/Communicator.
Install, test and maintain the FMR-7036 according to
these instructions, NFPA 72, local codes, and the
authority having jurisdiction. Failure to follow these
instructions may result in failure of the device to
operate properly. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. is not
responsible for improperly installed, tested or
maintained devices.
Install the reference card before securing
the keypad.
Figure 2:
FMR-7036 Reference Card
2.0 Device Description
The FMR-7036 is a four-wire LCD annunciator
keypad for the FPD-7024 Fire Alarm
Control/Communicator. It may be surface mounted
to a standard three-gang box or with the provided
mounting backplate.
Figure 1:
FMR-7036 Fire Annunciator Keypad
SI LENCED
TROUBLE
ALARM
SUPERVISORY
2
1
NFPA 72 requires a complete system-wide
functional test be performed following any
modifications, repair, upgrades, or
adjustments made to the system’s
components, hardware, wiring,
programming, and software/firmware.
These instructions contain procedures to
follow in order to avoid personal injury and
damage to equipment.
Reference Card Installation
Slide reference guide between keypad holding tabs.
1 - Reference Card Stopper Tabs
2 - Holding Tabs
4.0 Mounting the FMR-7036
The keypad should be mounted no higher than
shoulder height of the shortest person using the
system.
Remove the keypad’s cover.
Insert a small flathead screwdriver in each slot at the
bottom of the base. Press up, and pull the cover off.
4.1
Surface Mounting
Use the base as a template to mark the location of
the mounting holes (refer to Figure 3 on page 4 for
mounting hole location).
Provide an opening in the mounting surface for the
wiring.
FIRE SYSTEM ANNUNCIATOR
LOCK
UNLOCK
Pre-start the mounting screws.
Do not secure the base at this point.
4.2
3.0 Installing the Reference
Card
Electrical Box Mounting
Refer to Figure 3 on page 4 for the location of the
mounting holes.
A quick-reference card is provided and needs to be
installed in the receiving slot indicated in Figure 2.
The slot is located behind the mounting base
holding the circuit board.
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Figure 3:
Setting the FMR-7036 Address
5.0 Setting the FMR-7036
Address
Mounting Hole Locations
3
Each keypad must have its address set
with its address pins. The keypads must
also be programmed at the control panel.
1
4
Figure 5:
3
2
2
Back of FMR-7036 Keypad
3
3
1234-
Holding tabs for reference guides
Release tab
Mounting Hole
Wire Entrance
FMR-7036 Address Jumper Settings
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
Address 4
Address 5
Address 6
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
Address 7
Address 8
Address 9
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
Address 10
Address 11
Address 12
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
Address 13
Address 14
1 234 5678
1 234 5678
Do not use
address 15
Select the keypad address (1-14).
Do not secure the base at this point.
Place the shorting jumpers over the address pins as
shown in Figure 5.
Figure 4:
Inside View of FMR-7036 Keypad
7
6
Each option bus device must have its own
address, and each address can only
support one device.
5
8
1
1
4
2
8
3
3
Red
Black
Green
Yellow
Connector Cable Orientation
12345678-
4
Wire Entrance
Internal Sounder
Mounting Hole
Address jumper pins
Control Keys
Reset switch
2-line 16-character display
Lock
6.0 Wiring the FMR-7036
Be sure all wiring is un-powered before
routing. Keypad wiring cannot be run with
smoke detector wiring, NAC wiring or MUX
loop wiring.
For the FPD-7024 FACP, the maximum allowed DC
current draw from the auxiliary power is 500 mA for
keypads. The maximum length of wire (all branches
added together) that can be connected to the option
bus terminals is 4000 ft (1,219 m).
The maximum length between any one device and
the panel terminals depends on the current drawn
on the branch that the device is on. The current
draw on a particular branch can be found by adding
together the individual current draws of each device
connected to the branch.
Refer to the FPD-7024 Installation Guide
(P/N: F01U008458) for detailed wire length
calculations.
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FMR-7036 Programming
.
Up to three keypads may be used on any
single 1,000 ft. (305 m) run of #18 AWG
(1.2 mm) wire.
Bring the wiring through the wire entrance in the
keypad’s base. Connect the wiring to the keypad’s
connector. Refer to Figure 4 on page 4.
8.
Press [2] to select 2-AUTHORITY LEVEL.
9.
Press [2] to select 2-MEDIUM.
10. Press [*] to exit programming mode.
11. Test all FMR-7036 functions.
A PIN is required for remote devices to
enable the use of the FMR-7036. To do
this, press [3] for PROG SYSTEM, [5] for
PIN REQUIRED?, [2] for REMOTE PIN and
[1] for YES. Press [*/Back] to exit the
programming mode.
Secure the base.
Place the keypad cover onto the base. Make sure the
openings for the rubber keys line up and do not
crush the keys beneath the grid. Test each key to
ensure proper operation.
Figure 6:
FMR-7036 Wire Connections
Red
R
Black
Green
Yellow
B
G
Consult your panel’s Reference
Guide for option bus wiring
requirements.
7.2
FPD-7024 Remote Programming
1.
Open a session of RAM IV.
2.
Open the desired panel.
3.
From the menu tree window, open SECURITY.
4.
Select the user from the appropriate submenu.
5.
Set the PIN in the appropriate column (9753).
6.
Set the authority level in the appropriate
column (MEDIUM).
7.
Download the changes/updates to the panel.
Y
For more information regarding RAM IV,
see the RAM IV Operations Manual (P/N:
38849).
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1 - FMR-7036 Wire Connector
7.0
FMR-7036 Programming
When the Silence or Reset keys on the FMR-7036
keypad are pressed, the keypad transmits a preprogrammed, hard coded key sequence of 9753,
followed by a control character that either silences
or resets the control.
In order for the FMR-7036 to work with the control,
a passcode of 9753 must be programmed into the
control. See the following instructions for specific
control panel programming.
7.1
FPD-7024 Local Programming
1.
Enter the programming mode using the correct
programming passcode.
2.
Select menu item 2-SECURITY.
3.
Select menu item 1-PINS.
4.
Select menu item 2-USER PINS.
5.
Enter a User Number. Pick a user who has not
already been assigned a PIN.
6.
Enter 9753 for the PIN.
7.
Press [*] twice to view the SECURITY menu.
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8.0 FMR-7036 Operation
There are six keys on the FMR-7036 used for
controlling annunciator and control panel operation:
Silence, Reset, and four scrolling buttons.
8.1
Silence
The Silence key is used to silence alarm and trouble
sounds at the annunciator, as well as NAC circuits
and sirens connected to the control panel, provided
the sounders are programmed for “SILENCEABLE”
(refer to the control panel’s programming guide for
information on NAC or alarm output configuration).
The Silence key will not remove the alarm condition
from the control. It only silences local annunciator
sounders as well as silenceable output devices.
Pressing the Silence key causes the FMR-7036 to
transmit a hard coded passcode of 9753 followed by
the Silence key normally found on the FMR-7036
keypad. The control must be programmed to accept
this code before the FMR-7036 will work (refer to
Section 7.0 on page 5 of this installation guide).
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8.2
FMR-7036 Operation
Reset
Using the Keylock Switch to lockout the
FMR-7036 will prevent any user from
silencing or resetting alarms, including
emergency personnel such as the police or
fire department. Check with the local
Authority Having Jurisdiction before using
this feature.
The Reset key is used to reset the control panel after
an alarm has occurred. Any sounders or NACs that
are activated will silence, and smoke detector zones
will remove power briefly to reset detectors.
The Reset key causes the FMR-7036 to transmit a
hard coded passcode of 9753 followed by the Reset
key normally found on the FMR-7036. The control
must be programmed to accept this code before the
FMR-7036 will work (refer to Section 7.0 on page 5
of this installation guide).
8.3
Scrolling Buttons
The scrolling keys are used to view off-normal
conditions. The second line of the display will
alternate between the text of the event and the
instructions of which arrow button to press.
If the control panel is configured so that it requires
remote keypads to enter a pin, the bottom line of
the display will read Please Enter Pin.
To operate, unlock keyswitch and wait for the
second line to change to Use ACK/FUNC Key.
Press Silence, Reset, or ►.
If a pin is not required the display will show Use
ACK/FUNC Key. To operate, unlock keyswitch
and press Silence, Reset, or ►.
The ► is used as the Acknowledge button. When
pressed, the keypad and control panel peizo will silence
but the NACs will not be affected.
Turn the Keylock Switch to Lock to prevent
unwanted use of the Silence, Reset, and scrolling
buttons.
Turn the Keylock Switch to Unlock to restore
normal operation of the Silence, Reset, and scrolling
buttons.
The key may only be removed in the locked
position.
8.5
Display
The two-line, 16-character display is capable of
showing all messages normally displayed on a FPD7024 or FMR-7033 keypad. All alarm and status
messages are included. In addition, there are four
LEDs for easy reading of annunciator status from a
distance. Refer to Table 1 for a description of each
LED’s function.
Table 1:
FMR-7036 LED Functions
LED
Supervisory
Color
Yellow
Pressing the ▲ or ▼ allows you to view details of an
off-normal condition within the group selected.
Alarm
Red
Pressing the ◄ key returns you to the main menu. If
pressed again, it releases control of the panel. If this
is not done, it will automatically time out in 3 min.
Trouble
Yellow
Silence
Yellow
Pressing the ► key allows you to step through the
groups of off-normal conditions.
8.4
Keylock Switch
The Keylock Switch is an extra security feature built
into the FMR-7036 in accordance with NFPA 72
requirements. It can be used to lock out the
annunciator to prevent unwanted silence or resetting
of the control panel.
6
8.6
Function
Turns on for any supervisory
condition
Turns on for any fire alarm,
including water flow
Turns on for any trouble
conditions at the control panel.
Read the LCD display on the
FMR-7036 for detailed Trouble
information.
Turns on whenever the Silence
button is activated.
Reset Switch
Use the Reset Switch to reset the keypad if the
display freezes or shows garbage, or if the Panel
Reset function does not resolve the problem.
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Troubleshooting
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9.0 Troubleshooting
Refer to Table 2 when troubleshooting the
FMR-7036.
Table 2:
FMR-7036 Troubleshooting Tips
Keypad Notification
Continuous keypad sounder
PLUS ""System Fault""
display
Control panel does not
respond to keypad input.
Possible Causes
The yellow and green wires
have been disconnected.
The keypad has not been
programmed at the control
panel. The control panel has
malfunctioned.
The keyswitch is in LOCK
position. The keypad's
address has not been set
with the jumper pins.
10.0 Specifications
Table 3:
FMR-7036 Specifications
Operating Voltage
Normal Standby
Current
Alarm Current
Base Height
Base Width
Cover Height
Cover Width
Environment
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Listings
Wiring
12 VDC Nominal from Option
Bus
80 mA
100 mA
4.1 in (11.6 cm)
8.2 in (20.8 cm)
4.3 in (10.9 cm)
8.1 in (20.6 cm)
Use Indoor/Dry
+32° to 120°F (0° to +49°C)
93%
UL864, FM
Supervised Communication
Circuit
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