CONTROLLER

CONTROLLER
CONTENTS
mod. ERRHSO712 (Reflection version)
Basic characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Product characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Working Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Calibration and assembly procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Main calibration procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Procedure for further adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Technical features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Diaphragm setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
CONTROLLER
mod. CSRLS
Display message and programming step . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-30
Modifica Sensibilità
Sensibility Setting
Modify of Transmitter level and check of the signal level received
Auto calibration of Transmitter level
Alarm Auto test
Alarm Reset
System Configuration
Modify of the password for menu access
Display messages for events
Socket circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Typical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-37
Dip-switch for the address of the smoke beam detectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
MAINTENANCE
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ADDITIONAL CONTROLS
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mod. ERHSO712 (Transmitter-Receiver version)
Basic characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Product characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Working Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Calibration and assembly procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Main calibration procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Procedure for further adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Technical features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Diaphragm setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
TRANSMITTER - RECEIVER VERSION
Basic characteristics
Ÿ
Detector: Project, Technology, Design and Production fully made in Italy
Ÿ
Suitable for use in all civil and industrial premises
Ÿ
Very easy to install and program
Ÿ
Low cost for mounting, cabling and maintenance
Ÿ
The Detector can be installed horizontally or vertically and can work at any angle
Ÿ
Micrometric adjustment for alignment
Ÿ
Integrated diaphragm with a wide range of adjustment
Ÿ
Control Unit for programming, calibration and performing of remote test on line beam
detectors.
Ø
Basic configuration for two Detectors even of different types
Transmitter/Receiver or Reflection
Ø
Expansion board for connection up to 3 to 8 detectors and line loop closure
(optional)
Ø
Ground level installation for the Control Unit
Ø
Alarm and Fault outputs can be programmed for each individual detector
Ø
Operational access to keyboard protected by password
Ø
Control Unit or Control Panel reset facility
Ÿ
Base can also be installed separately from the detector for the pre wiring
Ø
Plug-in base to detector connection
Ø
Base complete with back up board short circuit isolator to ensure continued
work even after a short circuit
Ÿ
Special Allen Key suitable for mechanical alignment, diaphragm regulation, unhook of
detector base and open/close of control unit
Product characteristics
Ÿ
Standard EN 54/12
Ÿ
Protection rating IP65 (Transmitter Unit, Receiver Unit and Controller Unit)
Ÿ
RoHS Compatibility
Ÿ
Operating distance 10 ÷ 200 m for Tx/Rx model for maximum permitted cover 1600 sq
meters for detector - according to TS 54-14
Ÿ
Width of cover up to 15 m according to T.S. European EN 54-14
Ÿ
Connections to 4 serial line conductor RS485
Ÿ
Local and remote maintenance request
Ÿ
Automatic threshold compensation
Ÿ
Angle misalignment ± 1degree max
Ÿ
Complete directional stability over time
Ÿ
Sensitivity adjustable and selectable over a wide range, using the control unit model CSRLS
Ÿ
Automatic reset of detector after break in infrared beam
Ÿ
Self tester for RS485 communication
Ÿ
Fault relay output delayed up to 90 seconds
Ÿ
Power supply 12-24 V DC auto selected
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WORKING PRINCIPLE
The ILIA MODEL ERHS0712 detector consists of a Transmitter Unit, a Receiver
Unit and a Beam Controller Unit for programming, setting and testing. The Beam
Controller Unit is used to remotely manage the detector or detectors in the field
using a single line. The Beam Controller Unit is put at a place on ground level from
where the detector can be controlled without having to climb up to the detector, as
regards all normal operations. The Beam Controller Unit is made of plastic, has a
keyboard for programming and a backlight 16x2 display.
By entering a password of 4 digits you can program the system from ground level to
determine the detector's signal level, to check environmental disturbances, to set
the required thresholds based on these and to check the alarm threshold; the
default password FFFF can be changed by the programmer by following the
instructions in the remote programming menu.
The system configuration menu becomes available when you just touch any of the
5 buttons on the keyboard and by then entering the default password FFFF on the
first programming session, customising the password from then on (the password
can be reset if lost or forgotten by use of the beam controller Unit reset hardware).
The Beam Controller Unit electronic base permits direct connection of two detector
units; by means of an expansion circuit, it is able to pilot up to 8 detectors
connected together even in a closed loop. This permits continued proper working
even if the cables are cut or in the case of a short circuit. There are also
programmable relay contacts in the Unit for each individual detector connected.
These relays can have their polarity reversed with the use of the software and
permit the transmission to a single central unit of the individual alarm, fault and
maintenance request signals. Any breakdown in communication between Beam
Controller Unit and the detectors connected to it will be immediately signalled by
the simultaneous flashing of the yellow Led and the green Led on the Transmitter
and the Receiver, as well as being indicated on the display of the Beam Controller
Unit itself.
The working voltage of the equipment is between 12 and 24 Volts without switching
(± 20%). The Transmitter Unit emits a beam of modulated infrared light at 1 KHz in
the form of a cone which crosses the space under surveillance to reach the
Receiver Unit. As the modulated infrared crosses the environment under
surveillance, it collects along its path all information that could suggest the start of a
fire. The events that intervene between Transmitter and Receiver affect the
infrared carrier, alternatively optically modulating it in frequency and in amplitude.
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The Receiver Unit demodulating from the infrared received the information that is
optically gathered, transforms each symptom of a possible fire into corresponding
electrical signals referable to “smoke”.
Such signals are electronically assessed by means of a special algorithm local to
the Receiver Unit, and are transmitted to the Beam Controller Unit. All the units
have a microcontroller that carries out a full scan of the working mode, i.e. not only
of the alarm, but also of faults, blinding and maintenance requests. The messages
are clearly given on the display and repeated by the four leds on the Unit, as well as
with the local led's on every individual piece of equipment. A message on the
display will indicate the type of event and the detector number.
NOTE: The Dip-Switch must always be used during installation to
determine the detector address number.
The connection of one or more detectors is with leads of a minimum cross-section,
in accordance with current regulations, of 0.5 mm2. The detection of the start of a
fire will mean information is sent from the field (detector) to the Beam Controller
Unit which will in turn send an alarm signal to a central control unit. System
resetting is possible both from the Beam Controller with a dedicated command or
from the central control unit. The Beam Controller Unit can be used to set the
blinding fault relay switching delay for every individual detector, for times from 0 to
90 seconds.
The Receiving Unit (RX) has an internal diaphragm that means it is possible,
following the instruction to mechanically set for the use of a diaphragm filter, to
solve environmental problems in particular architectural situation where there are
awkward reflections or the optical beam must work in limited spaces.
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CALIBRATION AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
NOTE: Use the SETRONIC "Allen Key" for the opening and closing of the detector and
the mechanical alignment of the equipment.
1.
Fix the socket connection of the detector and carry out the wiring of the line (power supply and
serial line).
2.
Set the address of the detector between 1 and 8 consequently using the Dip-Switch according
to the table on page 41th
NOTE: The Dip-Switch 4 must be set to ON only in the last detector connected to the
line open. It must also be set with a single detector.
3.
Insert the connector plug on the bottom of the detector into the socket until you hear a "click",
then lock the unit to the socket by rotating the hooks with the appropriate Allen key and guide it
to the paired device from the opposite.
4.
Repeat above operations for all the detectors installed. Verify that the Transmitter and
Receiver pair have the same address.
5.
Power the system via the controller and set the number of detectors connected and the
configuration of connection to serial line. The controller also allows the use of the two serials in
an independent manner, as if they were two separate lines open. In this case, the addresses
remain the same from set 1 to 8, but you set the end of the line (Dip-Switch 4 to ON) of both the
last detector.
6.
At this point the green led of the two units of detectors and you must switch controller, a short
flash confirms the continuous scanning of the line. If the condition of led flashing green and
yellow with flashes of about 2 sec., means that there is no serial communication (check the
wiring for possible errors or inversions) or incorrect configuration of the switch address.
7.
Orient the Transmitter through the Allen key adjustment in order to obtain the led blinking
yellow.
8.
Starting i.e. to the left to move the unit slowly until the yellow led stops flashing. Then rotate the
unit to the right (the yellow led starts to flash again). Count how many turns of the key are made
to obtain the yellow led off to the opposite side. Reposition the center of movement found by
dividing in half the number of revolutions counted. The yellow led continues to blink.
9.
Do the same for the vertical axis.
10. Orient the Receiver following the same steps 7, 8, 9.
11. Perform the calibration by the ground controller to follow the menu <Autoadjust>.
12. Now cover the Transmitter Unit or Receiver Unit with a card or opaque object. When you cover
the Unit check that the yellow led remains continuously on.
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MAIN CALIBRATION PROCEDURES
1. Enter menu
ž
from the main screen, press OK;
ž
enter the password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄; press OK;
2. Set up detection lines
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < System Setup >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to edit the number of the detection lines; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the delay time for fault outputs; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the configuration of fault outputs; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to set the <Com line> configuration; press OK;
ž
press OK to skip debug function.
3. First calibration of the detection lines (after mechanical adjustment of the
detectors)
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < AUTO Adjust. >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the number of the detection line to be worked on; press
OK;
ž
wait until the TX value stabilises (about 1 minute) and press OK;
ž
the value of the RX must be about 100%
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
4. Calibration of detection lines (with the barriers already previously installed)
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < AUTO Adjust. >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the number of the detection line to be worked on; press
OK;
ž
wait until the TX value stabilises (about 1 minute) and press OK;
ž
the value of the RX must be about 100%
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
5. Adjustment of detection line sensitivity
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < sensitivity >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the number of the detection line to be worked on; press
OK;
ž
read the Detec value to quantify environmental disturbances for 1 to 2 minutes;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the smoke threshold value (the value of the highest
disturbance value seen by Detec shall be less than the threshold setted) ; press
OK;
ž
read the Detec value to quantify environmental disturbances for 1 to 2 minutes;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the fire threshold value (the value of the highest
disturbance value seen by Detec shall be less than the threshold setted);
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
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PROCEDURE FOR FURTHER ADJUSTMENT
ž
1. Enter menu
ž
from the main screen, press OK;
ž
enter the password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄; press OK;
ž
2. Checking the signal and manual adjustment of detection lines
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < adjustment >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to edit the number of the detection lines; press OK;
ž
read the RX signal; it must normally be about 100%;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the TX value;
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
ž
3. Alarm simulation for detection lines
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < Alarm Test >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to edit the number of the detection lines; press OK;
ž
press OK to start the alarm testing;
ž
wait for the barrier alarm;
ž
press OK to reset the barriers;
ž
4. Reset the detection lines alarm
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < Reset Alarm >; press OK;
ž
press OK to reset the alarm;
5. Change the password for access to the menu
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to <Change password>; press OK;
ž
enter the new password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄;
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
ILIA High Sensitivity Transmitter / Receiver Linear Beam Detector model ERHS0712
Working temperature
Storage temperature
Electromagnetic disturbance
Power supply
-20°/+65° C
-20°/+70° C
EMC test up to 30 Volt/m
Cable type
minimum section of 0,5 mm² with 4 wires
type CEI 20-22
max 1200 m from Control Unit to line detectors
(double in loop configuration)
from 10 to 200 meters
1600 sq metres for detector
according to TS 54-14
max 15 meters - according to TS 54-14
162x145x193 mm
Tx Unit 735g, Rx Unit 775g
± 1 degree max
IP65
5004 black blue
9.6V - 32V dc for the socket without isolator
24V dc ± 20% for the socket with isolator
Maximum cable length
Operating distance
Maximum permitted cover
Width cover
Size
Weight
Angle misalignment
Detector protection rating
RAL Colour
Beam Controller Unit mod. CSRLS
Working temperature
-20°/+65° C
Storage temperature
-20°/+70° C
Power supply
9.6V - 32V dc
for the socket without isolator
24V dc ± 20% for the socket with isolator
Maximum cable length
Max 1000 m with 1 sq mm cable
to Control Panel
Cable section per output
max 0,5 sq mm
Contact capacity Alarm/Fault optorelay max 150 mA
Size
145x177x68 mm
Weight
375g
Connectable detectors
1 to 8
Control Unit protection rating
IP65
RAL Colour
5004 black blue
Current absorption
POWER SUPPLY
24V ± 20%
12V ± 20%
Stand By
max 048 mA
max 098 mA
Typical (allarm or fault relay)
max 050 mA
max 100 mA
Stand By
max 261 mA
max 502 mA
Typical (allarm or fault relay)
max 270 mA
max 512 mA
1 DETECTOR CONNECTED
8 DETECTORS CONNECTED
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REFLECTION VERSION
Basic characteristics
Ÿ
Detector: Project, Technology, Design and Production fully made in Italy
Ÿ
Suitable for use in all civil and industrial premises
Ÿ
Very easy to install and program
Ÿ
Low cost for mounting, cabling and maintenance
Ÿ
The Detector can be installed horizontally or vertically and can work at any angle
Ÿ
Micrometric adjustment for alignment
Ÿ
Integrated diaphragm with a wide range of adjustment
Ÿ
Control Unit for programming, calibration and performing of remote test on line beam
detectors:
Ø
Basic configuration for two Detectors even of different types
Transmitter/Receiver or Reflection
Ø
Expansion board for connection up to 3 to 8 detectors and line loop closure
(optional)
Ø
Ground level installation for the Control Unit
Ø
Alarm and Fault outputs can be programmed for each individual detector
Ø
Operational access to keyboard protected by password
Ø
Control Unit or Control Panel reset facility
Ÿ
Base can also be installed separately from the detector for the pre wiring
Ø
Plug-in base to detector connection
Ø
Base complete with back up board short circuit isolator to ensure continued
work even after a short circuit
Ÿ
Special Allen Key suitable for mechanical alignment, diaphragm regulation, unhook of
detector base and open/close of control unit
Product characteristics
Ÿ
Standard EN 54/12
Ÿ
Protection rating IP65 (Transmitter- Receiver Unit, Reflection Unit and Controller Unit)
Ÿ
RoHS Compatibility
Ÿ
Operating distance 10 ÷ 150 m for Reflection model for maximum permitted cover 1600 sq
meters for detector - according to TS 54-14
Ÿ
Width of cover up to 15 m according to TS European 54-14
Ÿ
Connections to 4 serial line conductor RS485
Ÿ
Local and remote maintenance request
Ÿ
Automatic threshold compensation
Ÿ
Angle misalignment:
±1 degree max TRx Unit
±5 degree max Ref Unit
Ÿ
Complete directional stability over time
Ÿ
Sensitivity adjustable and selectable over a wide range, using the control unit model CSRLS
Ÿ
Automatic reset of detector after break in infrared beam
Ÿ
Self tester for RS485 communication
Ÿ
Fault relay output delayed up to 90 seconds
Ÿ
Power supply 12-24 V DC auto selected
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WORKING PRINCIPLE
The ILIA mod. MODEL ERRHS0712 detector consists of a
Transmitter/Receiver Unit, with a Reflection Unit and a Beam Controller Unit for
programming, setting and testing. The Beam Controller Unit is used to remotely
manage the detector or detectors in the field using a single line. The Beam
Controller Unit is put at a place on ground level from where the detector can be
controlled without having to climb up to the detector, as regards all normal
operations. The Beam Controller Unit is made of plastic, has a keyboard for
programming and a backlight 16x2 display.
By entering a password of 4 digits you can program the system from ground
level to determine the detector's signal level, to check environmental
disturbances, to set the required thresholds based on these and to check the
alarm threshold; the default password FFFF can be changed by the
programmer by following the instructions in the remote programming menu.
The system configuration menu becomes available when you just touch any of
the 5 buttons on the keyboard and by then entering the default password FFFF
on the first programming session, customising the password from then on (the
password can be reset if lost or forgotten by use of the Beam Controller Unit's
reset hardware).
The Beam Controller Unit electronic base permits direct connection of two
detector units; by means of an expansion circuit, it is able to pilot up to 8
detectors connected together even in a closed loop. This permits continued
proper working even if the cables are cut or in the case of a short circuit. There
are also programmable relay contacts in the unit for each individual detector
connected. These relays can have their polarity reversed with the use of the
software and permit the transmission to a single central unit of the individual
alarm, fault and maintenance request signals. Any breakdown in
communication between Beam Controller Unit and the detectors connected to
it will be immediately signalled by the simultaneous flashing of the yellow Led
and the green Led on the Transmitter and the Receiver, as well as being
indicated on the display of the Beam Controller Unit itself.
The working voltage of the equipment is between 12 and 24 Volts without
switching (± 20%). The Transmitter/Receiver Unit emits a beam of modulated
infrared light at 1 KHz in the form of a cone which crosses the space under
surveillance to reach the Reflection Unit. As the modulated infrared crosses the
environment under surveillance, it collects along its path all information that
could suggest the start of a fire. The events that intervene between
Transmitter/Receiver Unit and Reflection Unit affect the infrared carrier,
alternatively optically modulating it in frequency and in amplitude.
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The Transmitter/Receiver Unit demodulating from the infrared
received the information that is optically gathered, transforms
each symptom of a possible fire into corresponding electrical
signals referable to “smoke”.
Such signals are electronically assessed by means of a special
algorithm local to the Transmitter/Receiver Unit, and are
transmitted to the Beam Controller Unit. All the units have a
microcontroller that carries out a full scan of the working mode, i.e.
not only of the alarm, but also of faults, blinding and maintenance
requests. The messages are clearly given on the display and
repeated by the four leds on the Unit, as well as with the local led's
on every individual piece of equipment. A message on the display
will indicate the type of event and the detector number.
Note: The Dip-Switch must always be used during
installation to determine the detector address
number.
The connection of one or more detectors is with leads of a
minimum cross-section, in accordance with current regulations, of
0.5 mm2. The detection of the start of a fire will mean information is
sent from the field (detector) to the Beam Controller Unit which will
in turn send an alarm signal to a central control unit. System
resetting is possible both from the Beam Controller Unit with a
dedicated command or from the central control unit. The Beam
Controller Unit can be used to set the blinding fault relay switching
delay for every individual detector, for times from 0 to 90 seconds.
The Transmitter/Receiver Unit (TRX) has an internal diaphragm
that means it is possible, following the instruction to mechanically
set for the use of a diaphragm filter to solve environmental
problems in particular architectural situation where there are
awkward reflections or the optical beam must work in limited
spaces.
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CALIBRATION AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
NOTE: Use the SETRONIC "Allen Key" for the opening and the closing of the
detector and the mechanical alignment of the equipment.
1.
Fix the socket connection of the detector and carry out the wiring of the line (power supply
and serial line).
2.
Set the address of the detector between 1 and 8 consequently using the Dip-Switch
according to the table on page 41th
NOTE: The Dip-Switch 4 must be set to ON only in the last detector connected to the
line open. It must also be set with a single detector.
3.
Insert the connector plug on the bottom of the detector into the socket until you hear a
"click", then lock the unit to the socket by rotating the hooks with the appropriate Allen key
and guide it to the paired device from the opposite.
4.
Repeat above operations for all the detectors are installed and the units of Reflection (Ref)
omitting the part relating to the connection line.
5.
Power the system via the controller and set the number of detectors connected and the
configuration of connection to serial line. The controller also allows the use of the two
serials in an independent manner, as if they were two separate lines open. In this case, the
addresses remain the same from set 1 to 8, but you set the end of the line (Dip-Switch 4 to
ON) of both the last detector.
6.
At this point the green led of the detector unit and the controller should turn on, a brief flash
confirms the continuous scanning of the line. If the condition of led flashing green and
yellow with flashes of about 2 sec., means that there is no serial communication (check the
wiring for possible errors or inversions) or incorrect configuration of the switch address.
7.
Orient the TRX by Allen key adjustment in order to obtain the led blinking yellow.
8.
Starting with an example to the left to move the unit slowly until the yellow led stops
blinking. Then rotate the unit to the right (the yellow led starts to flash again). Count how
many turns of the key are made to obtain the yellow led off to the opposite side. Reposition
the center of movement found by dividing in half the number of revolutions counted. The
yellow led continues to blink.
9.
Do the same for the vertical axis.
10. Point the unit of reflection following the same steps 7, 8, 9.
11. Perform the calibration by the ground controller to follow the menu <Autoadjust.>.
12. Now cover the Reflection Unit with a card or opaque object. When you cover the Reflection
Unit check that the yellow led on the Transmitter-Receiver Unit remains continuously on.
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MAIN CALIBRATION PROCEDURES
1. Enter menu:
ž
from the main screen, press OK;
ž
enter the password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄; press OK;
2. Set up detection lines:
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < System Setup >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to edit the number of the detection lines; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the delay time for fault outputs; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the configuration of fault outputs; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to set the <Com line> configuration; press OK;
ž
press OK to skip debug function.
3. First calibration of the detection lines (with mechanical adjustment of barriers):
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < AUTO Adjust. >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the number of the detection line to be worked on; press
OK;
ž
wait until the TX value stabilises (about 1 minute) and press OK;
ž
the value of the RX must be about 100%
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
4. Calibration of detection lines (with the barriers already previously installed):
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < AUTO Adjust. >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the number of the detection line to be worked on; press
OK;
ž
wait until the TX value stabilises (about 1 minute) and press OK;
ž
the value of the RX must be about 100%
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
5. Adjustment of detection line sensitivity:
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < sensitivity >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the number of the detection line to be worked on; press
OK;
ž
read the Detec value to quantify environmental disturbances for 1 to 2 minutes;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the smoke threshold value (the value of the highest
disturbance value seen by Detec shall be less than the threshold setted) ; press
OK;
ž
read the Detec value to quantify environmental disturbances for 1 to 2 minutes;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the fire threshold value (the value of the highest
disturbance value seen by Detec shall be less than the threshold setted);
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
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PROCEDURE FOR FURTHER ADJUSTMENT
1. Enter menu:
ž
from the main screen, press OK;
ž
enter the password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄; press OK
ž
from the main screen, press OK;
ž
enter the password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄; press OK;
2. Checking the signal and manual adjustment of detection lines
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < adjustment >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to edit the number of the detection lines; press OK;
ž
read the RX signal; it must normally be about 100%;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to change the TX value;
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
3. Alarm simulation for detection lines:
ž
press ► or ◄ until you get to < Alarm Test >; press OK;
ž
press ▲ or ▼ to edit the number of the detection lines; press OK;
ž
press OK to start the alarm testing;
ž
wait for the barrier alarm;
ž
press OK to reset the barriers;
4. Reset the detection lines alarm:
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press ► or ◄ until you get to < Reset Alarm >; press OK;
ž
press OK to reset the alarm;
5. Change the password for access to the menu:
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press ► or ◄ until you get to <Change password>; press OK;
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enter the new password, using the direction buttons ▲►▼◄;
ž
press OK to confirm the setting.
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
ILIA High Sensitivity Reflection Linear Beam Detector model ERRHS0712
Working temperature
Storage temperature
Electromagnetic disturbance
Power supply
-20°/+65° C
-20°/+70° C
EMC test up to 30 Volt/m
Cable type
Maximum cable length
minimum section of 0,5 mm² with 4 wires
max 1200 m from Control Unit to line detectors
(double in loop configuration)
from 10 to 150 meters
1600 sq metres for detector
according to TS 54-14
max 15 meters - according to TS 54-14
162x145x193 mm
TRx Unit 780g, Ref Unit 770g
± 1 degree max for TRx Unit
± 5 degree max for Ref Unit
IP65
5004 black blue, front cover 5005 signal blue
9.6V - 32V dc for the socket without isolator
24V dc ± 20% for the socket with isolator
Operating distance
Maximum permitted cover
Width cover
Size
Weight
Angle misalignment
Detector protection rating
RAL Colour
Beam Controller Unit mod.: CSRLS
Working temperature
Storage temperature
Power supply
-20°/+65° C
-20°/+70° C
Maximum cable length
Cable section per output
Contact capacity Alarm/Fault optorelay
Size
Weight
Connectable detectors
Control Unit protection rating
RAL Colour
Max 1000 m with 1 sq mm cable to Control Panel
max 0,5 sq mm
max 150 mA
145x177x68 mm
375g
1 to 8
IP65
5004 black blue
9.6V - 32V dc for the socket without isolator
24V dc ± 20% for the socket with isolator
Current absorption:
POWER SUPPLY
24V ± 20%
12V ± 20%
Stand By
max 042 mA
max 087 mA
Typical (allarm or fault relay)
max 045 mA
max 089 mA
Stand By
max 190 mA
max 362 mA
Typical (allarm or fault relay)
max 200 mA
max 372 mA
1 DETECTOR CONNECTED
8 DETECTORS CONNECTED
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DISPLAY MESSAGE AND PROGRAMMING STEPS
To start the programming the displayed message must be the following:
Main Screen
Normal Operation
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ►◄ and moving the blinking cursor by
arrows ▲▼ it is possible to change the default password that is
FFFF The changes could be made with the characters from 0
to 9 and from A to F.
PRESS OK
If a wrong code is inserted, after the confirm with OK the
mistake message is displayed. Check the error and
repeat the procedure
With the right password the menu is available
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲ ▼ is setting the detector of which
should be changed the sensitivity and read the noise
PRESS OK
Waiting for the loading of the data
Look the value of Detector for a couple of minutes and set a value higher that the highest read, 673
for smoke and 200 for fire. Repeat the operation as for SMOKE as for FIRE
Press the arrows ▲▼ SMOKE sensitivity will be set
PRESS OK
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Note: if the threshold of sensibility comes from the value required by
the Norm, you will see <Warn> f.e. Smoke: 284 Warn
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Press the arrows ▲▼ FIRE sensitivity will be set
PRESS OK
When the threshold as been chosen and set…
PRESS OK
If the sensitivity has been changed will be
displayed…Saving Data
If any change has been made, (may be has been just
made a check of the values) the message on the display
will be:
Data not changed OK to exit
At the end of operation…
PRESS OK
2. Modify of Transmitter level and check of the signal level received
PRESS OK
Insert password as for step 1
PRESS OK
Menu access
Press one time ► to visualize on display <adjustment>
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲▼ select the Detector which will be
regulated the IR power transmission
PRESS OK
Wait for the loading of the data
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Press the arrows ▲▼ so can be increased or decreased
the value of the TX (strength of the IR emitted). For a
correct working of the Detector the reception value RX
must be around 100%.
When the setting is done…
PRESS OK
If the TX level has been changed will be
displayed…Saving Data
If any change has been made, (may be has been just
made a check of the values) the message on the display
will be:
Data not changed OK to exit
At the end of operation…
PRESS OK
3. Auto calibration of Transmitter level
PRESS OK
Insert password as for step 1
PRESS OK
Menu access
Press the arrow ► until to visualize on display
<AUTO Adjust.>
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲▼ select the Detector which will be
regulated the IR power transmission
PRESS OK
Wait for the loading of the data
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Let the Detector level adjusting of the Transmitter is
around 100%, then press OK to save the level.
It is possible, when the value is tidy near the 100%
increased or decreased the value with the arrows ▲ ▼
so to take it up to the effective 100%. Avoid carefully to
set value Higher of 102% and under the 96%. If the 96%
is not reachable it means that some obstacle reduce the
strength of the Infra red beam, or the correct axis
position has not been found
When the detector is up to 100%…
PRESS OK
Wait for saving data
4. Alarm Auto test
PRESS OK
Insert password as for step 1
PRESS OK
Menu access
Press the arrow ► until to visualize on display
<Alarm test>
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲▼ select the Detector which will be
tested
PRESS OK
Wait for the loading of the data
Press OK to start the test and wait for the alarm signal
(LED Alarm lighted)
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Press OK to reset the Detector. In case that the reset in
not working properly, wait for a minute and reset the
Alarm by the reset menu.
5. Alarm Reset
PRESS OK
Insert password as for step 1
PRESS OK
Menu access menu
Press the arrow ► until to visualize on display
<Reset Alarm>
PRESS OK
Press OK for the reset of all the Detector
PRESS OK
6. System Configuration
PRESS OK
Insert password as for step 1
PRESS OK
Menu access
Press the arrow ► until to visualize on display
<System Setup>
PRESS OK
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Press the arrows ▲ ▼ it is selected the number of
detector connected to the detection line
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲▼ and select the delay time from 0
sec to 90 sec for the activation of fault output. The steps
are of 30 sec.
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲ ▼ and set the contact of the fault
output normally close or normally open
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲ ▼ is activated (on) or deactivated
(off) la second serial line (to be used only if the
expansion module is inserted)
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲▼ is possible to set up the serial line
as closed loop (close) or Open Error, if the wish is to
have two different stub lines with n detector connected
(function available only with expansion card inserted).
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ▲ ▼ will be active (on) or not active
(off) the check control of the correct serial line
communication.
Note: to be used only if it is necessary make a check of
the line for some problems during the first initialization.
PRESS OK
7. Modify of the password for menu access
PRESS OK
Insert default password as for step 1
PRESS OK
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If a wrong code is inserted, after the confirm with OK the
mistake message is displayed Password error .
Check the error and repeat the procedure
Menu access
PRESS OK
Press the arrow ► until to visualize on display
<Change password>
PRESS OK
Press the arrows ►◄ and moving the blinking cursor by
arrows ▲▼ it is possible to change the default password
The changes could be made with the characters from 0
to 9 and from A to F. Press OK for confirm
PRESS OK
The password is then changed
PRESS OK
8. Display messages for events
Ÿ
ALARM indication
Example with alarm on zone (detector) 1, 5 e 6 (the dash
shows the zone out of the incoming event) Note: the Led
ALARM is on and the output related to the zone(s) is activated
Ÿ
FAULT indication
Example with fault on zone (detector) 2 e 6 (the dash
shows the zone out of the incoming event)
Note: the led TROUBLE is on and there is the change of the status of
the related output. (open/close and/or timing of delay as for
programmed configuration.
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MAINTENANCE indication
Example with maintenance request on zone (the dash
shows the zone out of the incoming event)
Note: the Led MAINTENANCE is on and there is the change of the
status of the related fault output (open/closed as for chosen
configuration)
Ÿ
Indication of problems on serial line
Example of loop interrupted. In this condition, the
Detector from 1 to 3 will continue to work on serial line A
(zone 1, 2 e 3). The Detectors related to zone from 4 to 8
will continue to work on serial line B. The dash will
indicated where the line is cut.
Note: Led TROUBLE is on and will be activated the output of zone 1.
Example of interruption of the loop between TX and RX
of zone (detector) 3. This message is shown only
when the line is cut between Transmitter and Receiver.
Note: the Led TROUBLE is on and if the line A is an open one all the
output of the detectors from 3 to 8 will be activated, if it is a closet loop
only the output 1 will be activated, and in any case the system is still
working.
Example with only one detector really connected and
system configuration with 8 Detectors.
Note: Led TROUBLE is on and will be activated the output of zone 1.
NOTICE: in all conditions above mentioned, in case of an alarm of one or more zone
(detector), the first line of the display will always show the alarm condition.
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Working from 9.6V to 32V DC
SOCKET CIRCUIT WITHOUT PROTECTION
Working with 24V DC ±20% only
SOCKET CIRCUIT WITH PROTECTION
DIFFERENT SOCKET CONNECTIONS
MAINTENANCE
Normal conditions of installation require maintenance intervals as indicated by current regulations of
the proper country.
These intervals, on the basis of every 6 months, may sometimes be more frequent depending on the
many kinds of conditions of application of the devices, especially in industrial environments where
there may be stationary dust and steam or the products of various production stages.
PROCEDURE
The maintenance of the ILIA line does not require particular equipment and is both simple and fast.
The operation is carried according to the following procedure:
1. Clean the front cover with water and/or neutral soap without the use of abrasive cloths. If the
surfaces are very scratched, yellowed or significantly dimmed, they must be replaced as
this may jeopardise the proper optical working of the detector.
2. With a soft cloth clean the outer surface of the front cover (Transmitter Unit, Receiver Unit or
Transmitter-Receiver Unit and Reflection Unit).
3. Check the correct infrared signal level trough the menu < adjustment >, observing
conformity of the Led signals. It is advisable in any case to adjust the level of Rx at 100%. If
the value of the Rx is too low, repeat the alignment procedure until saturation point, and
repeat the <Autoadjust> procedure.
4. Check the Alarm conditions, the Fault conditions and the corresponding outputs, following
“Alarm Test” and “Fault Test” procedures as set forth in the chapter “CALIBRATION AND
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE” at page 5 or 14.
NOTE
Il controllore non richiede una propria manutenzione specifica; durante la manutenzione dei
rilevatori accertarsi del corretto funzionamento della tastiera e delle corrispondenze dei
messaggi sul menu oltre al corretto funzionamento dei Led di ripetizione.
ADDITIONAL CONTROLS
SIGNAL DROP
If the infrared signal carried emitted by the detector tends over times to fall in intensity, the system will
carry out a proportional up rating by way of long term self-regulated compensation). If the infrared
signal falls to the minimum set threshold due to the build up of dust or settling of the building structure
to which the equipment is fastened, an green Led will flash locally as a warning. The consequent
opening of the fault contact will send the detector control unit a maintenance request.
INSUFFICIENT SIGNAL / FAULT
When the infrared signal emitted by the detector falls below a minimum level or is interrupted by an
obstacle, the “fault” contact will open, rather than that of “fire alarm”.
When the correct signal level has returned or the obstacle removed the detector will return to normal
working in less than one second. The detection units currently have memory retention also of fault
conditions so if the detector comes immediately back into service, on removal of the obstacle it must
always be checked that the control unit locally resets the fault signal, whether it be visual or sound.
ALARM
A red Led will indicated the start of a fire detection without enabling an output. After a certain analysis
time, typically 16 seconds, the red Led will start flashing and the output will be enabled to signal alarm
confirmation.
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You are advised that as Setronic Verona constantly strives to
improve its products it reserves the right to make any changes it
considers necessary without prior warning. The same reservation
applies to any corrections of printing errors including of details and
measurements that may have found their way into this booklet.
Any recommendations made in this booklet, must be considered as
replaced by any conflicting Italian or European regulations that
may come into force in the future, as of the date these come into
force.
Since the products herein are sold outside the country in which
they are manufactured, we must point out that any installation
regulations in force in the country of installation must be followed,
even where they do not accord with our suggestions. We shall
consider any such regulations as having been followed, as from the
date they come into force.
Keep this booklet close to hand for future reference.
The information contained in this booklet is available in PDF files at
our website: www.setronicverona.com
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