Lindab Fire Damper Steering System

Lindab Fire Damper Steering System
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User manual
MASTER UNIT
FDS-M
4 Local Fire Dampers
4 Local Smoke Detectors
10 DAMPERS
10 DAMPERS
POWER
SUPPLY
FDS-P
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
10 DAMPERS
POWER
SUPPLY
FDS-P
POWER
SUPPLY
FDS-P
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SIGNAL
REPEATER
FDS-R
FIRE
DAMPER
SMOKE
DETECTOR
FIRE
DAMPER
SMOKE
DETECTOR
FIRE
DAMPER
SMOKE
DETECTOR
Lindab Fire Damper Steering System
Guide for use and installation
Version 1.0 - April 2016
UP TO 60
DAMPERS
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Content
1. Description of the system....................................... 3
2. Components
2.1 FDS-M Master unit........................................................ 5
2.2 FDS-S Slave unit........................................................... 6
3. Installation
3.1 Power supply to main unit............................................ 7
3.2 Connect local fire dampers......................................... 7
3.3 Connect local smoke detectors.................................. 7
3.4 Connect slave unit to master unit............................... 8
(and first power supply)
3.5 Connect slave unit to slave unit................................... 8
3.6 Connect fire dampers to slave unit............................. 8
3.7 Connect smoke detector to slave unit........................ 9
3.8 Connect signal repeater............................................... 9
3.9 External (incoming) alarms........................................... 10
3.10 External (outgoing) alarms.......................................... 10
3.11 Connect "Stop AHU" signal....................................... 10
3.12 Connect SEF (Smoke Evacuation Function)............ 11
4. Set up
4.1 Enable SEF.....................................................................
4.2 Enable local dampers..................................................
4.3 Automatic addressing/enabling of slave units...........
4.4 Manual addressing/enabling of slave units................
4.5 Activate system.............................................................
4.6 Set test schedule..........................................................
4.7 Set language.................................................................
4.8 Log in/Log off/Change password...............................
4.9 Define sections.............................................................
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5.Operating
5.1 Check damper status...................................................
5.2 Check smoke detector status.....................................
5.3 Read duration (opening/closing) times......................
5.4 Manual testing..............................................................
5.5 Slave unit manual testing............................................
5.6 Manual operations (manually close/open dampers)
5.7 Reset smoke detector.................................................
5.8 Reset unit.....................................................................
5.9 Factory reset................................................................
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1. Description of the system
The Fire Damper System (FDS) allows to feed, monitor and test up to 60 fire dampers. Smoke detectors can be connected and monitored, as well. The system is designed to feed only 24 V fire dampers.
The system is composed of:
- a master unit
- up to 56 slave units
- power supply for slave units - signal repeater FDS-M
FDS-S
FDS-P
FDS-R
MASTER UNIT
FDS-M
4 Local Fire Dampers
4 Local Smoke Detectors
10 DAMPERS
10 DAMPERS
POWER
SUPPLY
FDS-P
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
10 DAMPERS
POWER
SUPPLY
FDS-P
POWER
SUPPLY
FDS-P
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SLAVE UNIT
FDS-S
SIGNAL
REPEATER
FDS-R
FIRE
DAMPER
SMOKE
DETECTOR
FIRE
DAMPER
SMOKE
DETECTOR
FIRE
DAMPER
UP TO 60
DAMPERS
SMOKE
DETECTOR
Fig. 1. FDS - Operation diagram
The FDS-M Master unit accepts up to 4 fire dampers and 4 smoke detectors, which can be locally connected without
any further component required.
The FDS-M can also handle up to 60 remotely connected FDS-S slave units (up to 60 local and slave dampers total).
Each slave unit provides 1 output and 2 inputs to handle one fire damper and one smoke detector.
Power supply to the fire damper is provided by the slave unit, so no extra power supply is required
One FDS-P power supply can feed up to 10 fire dampers.
One FDS-R signal repeater is required if more than 30 slave dampers are connected, in order to restore the bus
signal quality.
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The FDS-M can optionally manage a simple Smoke evacuation system, controlling 3 spring-return smoke
dampers, a variable speed fan and a duct dampers, a variable speed fan and a duct pressure gauge. If activated, no
local fire dampers can be connected.
The main function of the FDS-S is to continuously check all fire damper position switches and all smoke detectors,
and to close fire dampers when one fire dampers closes or one detectors are activated.
Fire dampers and smoke detectors can also be grouped into sections, so that if any fire damper in a section closes, or
any smoke detector in a section is activated, all fire dampers in that section are closed.
Fire alarm signals for external systems can be read (and possibly acknowledged) by the FDS-M.
An external alarm signal is sent to be read by external systems (e.g. to stop an AHU).
A supervisory BMS system can be connected to the FDS-M through Modbus protocol.
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2. Components
2.1 FDS-M Master unit
FDS-M master unit is a pre-programmed controller with internal display. The display is backlit and the menus are easy
accessible and controlled by pushbuttons on the front together with two LED indicators for alarm and write indication.
7
•
2
•
OK
C
•
8
1
•
•
5
•
6
3
•
•
4
1
•
Fig. 2. FDS-M master unit
1. Up/Down buttons: allows to navigate through menus
2. "Back" button: takes back to the previous page
3. "Enter" button: enter menu page
4. OK button: allows to change value
5. Yellow write LED blinks when values can be changed
on current page
6. Red alarm LED blinks in case of alarm
7. Red button: Takes to the alarm acknowledgment page
8. C button: exit value editing
RS485
1
2
3
SERVOMOTOR SWITCHES
4
STOP-AHU
0-10V
SEF
SERVOMOTORS
\ SEF
A S
ALARM
1
2
3
+ -
4
PRESSURE
Ack
-
Ext2
+
Ext1
-
+C
+
GD0
-
Pt
+
AGND
D07
D06
D05
GD0
D04
GD0
D03
GD0
D02
GD0
D01
GD0
A01
AGND
S6_2
S2_2
+C
S6_1
S2_1
+C
S6_2
S2_2
+C
S6_1
S2_1
+C
N
A
B
The PCB at the bottom of the unit allows to easily wire components with no need to open the FDS-M box.
ALARM
SMOKE DETECTORS
1
2
3
4
Fig. 3. PCB about FDS-M
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2.2 FDS-S Slave unit
FDS-S slave unit is a module controlled by hidden pushbuttons together with one LED.
1.
2.
3.
Steady green: unit is addressed and working. No alarm reported.
Steady orange: service (communication or dirty smoke detector) alarm
Steady red: A (fire) alarm
Fig. 4. Slave unit
Smoke
Detector
Servomotor
Switch
Servomotor
The internal PCB allows to connect one fire dampers power supply, two position switches and one smoke detector.
The external quick connector allows to easily link slave units together.
•
-
Fig. 5. Internal PCB about FDS-S
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B
A
G0
RS485
EXOline /
Modbus
+
G
+
-
G0
S6
G0
~
S2
+
24V AC/DC
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3. Installation
3.1 Power supply to master unit
3.1
3.1
Provide 230 V power supply to master unit.
Master unit
3.2 Connect local fire dampers
er unit
N
Master unit
N
Master unit
G0
3.2
3.23.1
Connect local fire dampers power supply
L position switches to master unit.
and
N
L
L
D01
G0
Master unit
D02
G0
Master unit
N
G0
D03
D01
G0
G0
D04
D02
G0
D
L
Fire damper 1
1
2
FireFire
damper
damper 21
11
er unit
G0
D01
G0
D02
G0
D03
G0
+C
S2_1 S6_1
Master unit Ceiling smoke
detector
G0 Fire
D01
Master unit
D04
3.33.2
+
Slave unit
3.1
ire damper 1
it
Master unit
1
N
L
1
-
3.2
Fire damper 1
2,2 kΩ
1
L1in
ector
L2
r supply
3.3
Fire damper 2
L1out
1
1
0
230V
0
24V
G0
+
D03
Slave unit
-
+
-
+
-
1
-
+
G0
D04
+
-
+
0
Power supply
Slave unit
2
3
-
230V
+
Slave unit
S6
Master
unit
0
24V
-
+
2
S2
S6
2
+ Smoke
- detector
+
-
-
+
-
+C
A
+
B
S1
2,2 kΩ
L1in
4
5
L2
S4
G0
S1
L1out
+
0
0
230V
G230V G0
-
+
4
5
-
A24V B
0
+
-
1
2
3
B
+
0
24V
B
A
A
B
-
Slave unit
G
Power supply
0
230V
0
24V
S2_2
B
A
Slav
S6
2,2 kΩ
L1out
A
+C
detecto
Fire damperSmoke
2
L2
Slave unit
Duct smoke detector
Slave unit
S2
Slave unit
G
2
L1out
Smoke detector
Power
Powersupply
supply
-
S2_1 S6_1
Master
unit
-
Smoke detector
L2
1
Fire damper 1
Smoke detector
3.4
3.4
L1in
D04
2,2 kΩ
L1in
+
2
+C
G0
Ceiling smoke detector
-
2,2 kΩ
Smoke detector
+
S2_3 S6_3
D03
L1out
2
B
A
unit
Ceiling smokeMaster
detector
+
-
1
L2
Smoke detector
L1in
+C
G0
Duct smoke detector
2,2 kΩ
2
+
S2_2 S6_2
Fire damper 2
S1
Fire
+
- damper
+ S42 -
SmokeSlave
detectorunit
3.3
3.4
+
+
+
unit
Connect
local- unit
smoke
detectors
unit.
G0
D01 to master
G0 Slave
D02
Master
-
+C
G0
D02 2
damper
2,2 kΩ
Ceiling smoke
detector local smoke detectors
3.3 Connect
+
+
2
Ceiling
1
2 smoke detector
3.3
2
-
Fire damper 1
S4
S21
FireS1damper
2
Fire damper 2
2
Master unit
Slave unit
G0
7
S4
S2
B
Master unit
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2,2 kΩ
2,2 kΩ
Smoke detector
Smoke detector
L1in
L2
L1out
1
2
3.4 Connect slave unit to master unit
(and first power supply)
Provide 230 V power supply to the transformer.
- Supply power to the first slave unit through
G0 and G pins.
- Connect the signal from the master unit to
A and B pins.
Power supply
0
230V
0
24V
B
A
G0
A
B
Master unit
3.4
Slave unit
G
Cable cross section suggestion. Installer should always verify according to actual installation environment.
Number of slave units
connected to power supply
Length to next following supply
L < 30 m
30 m < L < 70 m
L > 70 m
1,5 mm2
1,5 mm2
1,5 mm2
5
1 mm2
1,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
10
1,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2
3.5 Connect slave unit to slave unit
G
Slave unit
3.5
3.5
Slave unit
G
A
B
A
B
4
5
5
6
7
S2S6
S1
S4
G0
A
G0
B
Slave unit
G
G0
Slave unit
G
A
G0
B
3.6 Connect fire damper to slave unit
Connect slave fire dampers power supply
and position switches to master unit.
1
Slave unit
Slave unit
1
2
3
2
3
4
2 1
S2 2 S1
6
8
3.6
3.6
Slave
Slave
unit unit
1
8
S6
S4
7
8
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Slave unit
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3.7
3.7 Connect smoke detector to slave unit
Connect local smoke detectors to master unit.
Ceiling smoke detector
1
Slave unit
Slave unit
1
2
S2
S1
S6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Slave
S4
2,2 kΩ
Smoke detector
L1in
1
2
3
4
5
L1out
Duct smoke detector
Ceiling smoke detector
Slave unit
L2
7
6
8
1
Slave unit
2
3
4
5
6
2,2 kΩ
7
8
2,2 kΩ
Smoke detector
Smoke detector
L1in
L2
L1out
1
2
3
4
5
3.8 Connect signal repeater
After 30 slave units a signal repeater is required to ensure signal quality.
G
Slave unit
A
G0
B
Slave unit
G
G0
A
B
Signal repeater
L
Master unit
+C
Ext1
N
DATA0+ DATA0-
Ext2
Ack
DATA1+ DATA1-
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3.9 External (incoming) alarms
3.9
The master unit can receive two external alarms
(NO contacts). These alarms can be remotely
acknowledged as well.
Master unit
Master unit
+C
+C
Ext1
Ext1
Master unit
Master unit
GD0
GD0
A
A
D06
D06
Ext2
Ext2
Ack
Ack
3.10 External (outgoing) alarms
3.10
The master unit can send two external alarms
(an A alarm and a service alarm), through
24 V driven relays.
3.11 Connect “Stop AHU” signal
3.11
3.12
Master unit
Master unit
STOP-AHU
GD0 D05
GD0
Master unit
D04
Fan
The master unit can stop an AHU, during both
A alarms and tests, through a 24 V driven relays.
Pressure gaug
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STOP-AHU
GD0 D05
Master unit
3.12 Connect SEF
(Smoke Evacuation Function)
Master unit
GD0
Master unit
D04
Fan
3.12
When the SEF (Smoke Evacuation Function) is
enabled, the master unit can read a pressure
gauge, start (through a 24 V relay) and drive an
evacuation fan.
Pressure gaug
STOP-AHU
GD0 D05
Master unit
D04
AGND
Pt
-
0-10 V
OUTPUT
Master u
GD0
Pressure gauge
Master unit
D04
AGND
Pt
-
0-10 V
OUTPUT
GD0
Master unit
Fan
AGND
A01
GND
0-10 V
INPUT
+
Fan
D0
GD0
Fan
.12
Master unit
Pressure gauge
Fan
+
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4. Set up
4.1 Enable SEF
When SEF in enabled, D01 to D04 are reserved for
smoke dampers and smoke evacuation fan. No fire
dampers can be connected to those outputs.
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Dampers, slave units
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
SEF trigger mode:
External + Smoke
SEF active: Yes
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4.2 Enable local dampers
Addresses 1 to 4 are reserved for locally connected
dampers.
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Dampers, slave units
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
Choose damper
index: 1
-->
-Damper index: 1
Ser. No:
Enable: Yes
Confirm? Yes
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4.3 Automatic addressing/enabling of
slave units
Activate automatic addressing mode.
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Dampers, slave units
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
-Slave units
Address mode: Yes
ATTENTION
Inside each slave unit, press the right button: units
will be assigned the first free address.
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4.4 Manual addressing/enabling of
slave units
Inside each slave unit:
- keep left button pressed to edit address (A)
- Use up/down/right buttons to set the new address (B)
B
A
B
B
On master unit, manually enable slave units.
Note: first available address for slave units is 5.
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Dampers, slave units
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
Choose damper
index: 5
-->
-Damper index: 5
Ser. No:
Enable: Yes
Confirm? Yes
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4.5 Activate system
Once the system is set, activate it. While system is not
activated, everything is working as usual, but no alarms
is returned.
4.6 Set test schedule
-Lindab FDS Master
Not activated
Activate? Yes
Idle
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Test procedure
Dampers
Detectors
Miscellaneous
Interval timer
Weekly timer
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4.7 Set language
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Test procedure
Dampers
Detectors
Miscellaneous
Language:
English
DST active: Yes
4.8 Log in/Log off/Change password
I/O
Event log
Access right
Communication
Log on
Log off
Change password
ATTENTION
Default user password: 1332
Default service password: 2132
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4.9 Define sections
Fire dampers can be grouped into sections.
When any fire damper in a section closes because of
fire, all fire dampers in that section will close.
Each fire damper can be in only one section. If set to be
in more than one section, it will belong to the last one.
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Dampers, slave units
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
Choose section
index: 1
-->
-Section index: 1
First damper: 1
Last damper: 60
Confirm? Yes
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5. Operating
5.1 Check damper status
Damp./det. Status
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
Dampers Status
Detector Status
Damper Durat. Times
Save Durat. Times
Choose damper
index: 1
-->
-Damper index: 1
Position: Open
Pos. Error: No
Pos. Alarm: No
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5.2 Check smoke detector status
Damp./det. Status
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
Dampers Status
Detector Status
Damper Durat. Times
Save Durat. Times
Choose detector
index: 1
-->
-Detector index: 1
Det. Status: OK
Det. Alarm: No
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5.3 Read duration (opening/closing) times
Damp./det. Status
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
Dampers Status
Detector Status
Damper Durat. Times
Save Durat. Times
Choose detector
index: 1
-->
-Damper index: 1
Duration Times:
Close
Open
30
90
5.4 Manual testing
Damp./det. Status
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
-Test procedure
Normal operation
Man. Test: Yes
Due in: 23:59 hh:mm
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5.5 Slave unit manual testing
Inside slave unit, keep right button pressed for 5 seconds to a start a single damper test.
5.6 Manual operations
(manually close/open dampers)
Damp./det. Status
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configuration
-Manual/Auto
Mode: Manual open
Executed command:
None
-Manual/Auto
Mode: Manual close
Executed command:
None
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5.7 Reset smoke detectors
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
Resets
-Reset detector(s)
Detector #: 0
(# 0 means all)
Reset. Yes
5.8 Reset unit
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
Resets
Application?
Yes
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5.9 Factory reset
Test, Manual/Auto
Settings
Configurations
I/O
Detectors
Sections
Miscellaneous
Resets
Factory reset?
Yes
Really?
Yes
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