Fike DUONET Addressable Fire Panel 1 to 2 Loops
Fire Detection & Alarm System Control Panel V3
(Suitable for Duonet control panels from V2.00)
Control Panel User Guide
(TO BE RETAINED BY THE USER)
26-0810 Issue 4
Duonet Control Panel User Guide
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whatsoever in respect of such contents.
Due to the complexity and inherent importance of a life risk type system, training on this equipment is essential, and commissioning
should only be carried out by competent persons.
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................ 4
Purpose of the Guide .................................................................................. 4
Definitions.................................................................................................... 4
Understanding the Equipment .................................................................... 4
System Configuration .................................................................................. 5
What to do if……. ........................................................................................ 5
User Responsibilities ............................................................................................. 6
Introduction.................................................................................................. 6
Routine Testing ........................................................................................... 6
General Operation .................................................................................................. 8
Control Panel Front ..................................................................................... 8
Normal ......................................................................................................... 8
Fire Alarm Controls ..................................................................................... 9
System Controls .......................................................................................... 9
Access Levels and Codes ........................................................................... 9
Fire Alarm .................................................................................................... 10
On Hearing the Alarm ................................................................................. 10
Accessing the Controls ............................................................................... 10
Silencing the Alarms ................................................................................... 10
Resetting the System .................................................................................. 10
Sounding the Alarms .................................................................................. 11
Silencing the Buzzer ................................................................................... 11
Exiting Access Level Two ........................................................................... 11
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 12
Advanced Operation .............................................................................................. 13
Access Level 1 (Normal) ............................................................................. 13
Access Level 2A (User)............................................................................... 13
Access Level 2B (Supervisor) ..................................................................... 14
Printer .......................................................................................................... 18
LED Indication ............................................................................................. 19
Log Book ................................................................................................................. 21
Installation Details ................................................................................................. 28 (Back Page)
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Introduction
Purpose of the Guide
This guide is provided to enable the person responsible for the fire alarm system (see Definitions) to
operate the system, undertake their responsibilities with regard to testing and maintenance of the
system, and to record events and service/maintenance visits.
This is a generic document and therefore refers to the system components in general terms only. The
details of the installed system should be recorded in the space provided within this guide, and for
further reference, the record drawings (if applicable) should be consulted.
The responsible person, and any other staff who may be required to operate the system in an
emergency, should read and understand the basic operating instructions before an emergency
situation occurs.
Definitions
Responsible person:
The person having control of the premises, whether as an occupier or otherwise, or any
person delegated by the person having control of the premises to be responsible for the fire
alarm system and the fire procedures.
Competent Person:
A person competent to perform a defined task:
Normally a competent person will be an employee of the manufacturer, installer, or servicing
contractor, or a member of the user’s staff who has received suitable training from the
manufacturer, supplier or installer.
Understanding the Equipment
What is Duonet?
Duonet is the name of the range of fire alarm control panels that use the associated Sita200plus
devices which together form the fire alarm system installed in the premises. It is the type of system
whereby up to two addressable device loops may be connected to each control panel, and up to 8
control panels may be networked together.
Advantages of the Duonet system are significantly reduced cabling costs, enhanced flexibility and
flexible expansion capacity if required.
What is Multipoint?
This is the name of the automatic detector used in the Duonet installation. The Multipoint is a unique
device, which provides several modes of detection & sensitivity options within a single device,
enabling it to be easily configured for the application. One detector can function as a smoke detector
or heat detector (or both), and with various levels of sensitivity to suit the environment.
The Multipoint detector may also incorporate an integral sounder and strobe for general alarm
annunciation or local warning as required and an automatic isolator to maintain maximum cable
integrity in the event of a cable fault.
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System Configuration
The detectors and call points are arranged in zones to enable the location of a fire alarm to be
identified. The number of zones depends on the size and the layout of the premises, and is limited to
128 zones per control panel (there may be more than one). There should be a chart or drawing
provided with the system indicating the area and layout of the zones – ensure that you are familiar
with the zone layout so that appropriate action can be taken in the event of a fire alarm.
The control panel display may also give you a zone number, a device description, a device number
and a device type; indicating the exact location of the device which has operated.
The system may be interfaced with the building services, e.g., the air conditioning may be shut down
when the alarm sounds. Make sure that you know what happens when the fire alarm operates as this
can affect routine system testing.
The system is powered from the mains supply and incorporates a standby battery which automatically
maintains the system in operation for a time of at least 48 hours in the event of a mains supply failure.
What to do if . . .
The fire alarm sounds;
CARRY OUT THE PRESCRIBED FIRE DRILL
When it is safe to do so silence the alarms and reset the system, having first established the cause of
the alarm (refer to Operation).
The panel buzzer sounds;
If the panel buzzer sounds without the alarm sounders operating it is likely to be a fault or other
abnormal condition.
Make a note of all illuminated LEDs and displayed messages, record the time that the condition
occurred (if known), and other events within the building, eg., power failure, contractors working, etc.
(refer to Troubleshooting). Call the service company with as much information as possible.
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User Responsibilities
Introduction
The responsible person is required under BS5839 to undertake certain tasks with respect to the
testing and maintenance of the fire alarm system. The responsible person should also ensure that
written procedures are in place for the actions to be taken by the occupants in a fire condition, and
that staff required to operate the system have received adequate training. In a small building the fire
procedures can be quite simple, but when larger premises are involved the fire procedures can
become more complex and may involve the appointment of fire wardens, reporting procedures,
various assembly points, etc.
The responsible person is also required to liaise with the building maintenance personnel to ensure
that their work does not impair or otherwise affect the operation of the fire alarm system, and to
ensure that a clear space is maintained in the vicinity of detectors, and call points remain unobstructed
and conspicuous.
Routine Testing
The responsible person should also ensure that the following routine testing is carried out. If there is a
link to a remote monitoring centre it will be necessary to advise the centre prior to a test, or use the
control panel facilities to isolate the link. On larger systems it may be necessary to isolate building
services interfaces to avoid disruption to the occupants. In any case the panel should provide audible
and visual indication that parts of the system are disabled.
Daily
Check that the panel indicates normal operation and that any fault is recorded. Also check that the
recorded faults have been dealt with.
Weekly
At least one detector or call point should be operated to test the ability of the control equipment to
receive a signal and sound the alarm.
In practice it is far easier for the user to activate a manual call point, rather than a detector which
requires special equipment. A different device should be tested each time if possible, such that each
zone on the system is tested at least once in a 13 week period.
The results should be recorded in the log book.
Quarterly
‘The responsible person should ensure that every three months the following check is carried out by a
competent person’
In other words the system should be checked by a fire alarm service organisation. This may be the
system installer or an approved maintenance company, and is normally arranged via a maintenance
agreement which specifies the number of visits and the level of service. The agreement should also
cover non-maintenance visits, eg. call outs to attend faults, etc.
The standard specifies a number of maintenance tasks which include a visual inspection of the
installation to ensure that there are no alterations or obstructions which could affect the operation of
the system, and functional checks to confirm the operation of the system.
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Any defects should be recorded in the log book and reported to the responsible person. A certificate of
testing should also be completed and given to the responsible person.
Annual
The requirements of the annual test are similar to the quarterly test except that each device on the
system should be tested. Different service organisations may undertake device testing on the same
visit, ie. One major service and three minor service visits per year, or they may test a percentage of
the devices on each visit so that they are all tested within the 12 month period.
Action by the user after a fire
Advise the servicing company and arrange for the system to be tested by them. A certificate of testing
should be issued to confirm the system operation following the inspection and any remedial work that
is necessary.
Action by the user after any false alarm
The user can assist the servicing company in the identification of false alarms by observing the
following:
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Always make a note of all illuminated indicators and messages displayed at the control panel.
Try and identify the activated device, ie. do not reset the system until the area of the incident
has been inspected.
Record any other incidents occurring at the same time which could affect the system, eg.
power supply failure, building works, etc.
The service organisation will be more likely to trace the false alarm if the above information is
available.
Action by the user following a fault
When a fault is reported by the control panel, the user should note all illuminated LEDs and messages
displayed, and the circumstances at the time the fault occurred, and report to the servicing company.
The service company will be able to advise if the system is still able to respond to a fire alarm or
whether extra vigilance should be observed until the fault is rectified. Faults should not be left
unreported.
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General Operation
Control Panel Front
fire
fault
disabled
test
power
V3.00 Panel 01: PANEL 01
23/05/11
23:01
General Indication LEDs
Control Panel Information Window
NORM
DUONET
MULTILOOP FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
Active Information Window
.
TURN KEY OR ENTER CODE FOR CONTROLS
Prompt Window
Network Information Window
zones
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18 19
1
2
3
20 21
4
5
22 23 24
6
7
8
25 26
9
27 28
29 30 31
32
33 34 35
36 37
38 39 40
41 42
43 44
45 46 47
48
49 50 51
52 53
54 55 56
57 58
59 60
61 62 63
64
65 66 67
68 69
70 71 72
73 74
75 76
77 78 79
80
81 82 83
84 85
86 87 88
89 90
91 92
93 94 95
96
Zonal Indication LEDs
97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112
113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128
fire alarm controls – turn key to enable controls
silence
alarms
reset
system
system indication
sound
alarms
enable
controls
Fire Alarm Controls
silence
buzzer
system controls
/\
system fault
power fault
earth fault
loop
<
ENTER
>
sounder
>
fire output
zone
fault output
day
routine service
1
2
3
0_0
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
System Indication LEDs
System Controls
tech alarm
confirmation
7
8
9
PQRS
T UV
WXYZ
*
0_
delay
alarms
buzzer silenced
ESC
#
Normal: Controls Enabled LED off
At Access Level 1 (Normal), the main Fire Alarm Controls are disabled and the Controls Enabled
LED is switched off – see Fire Alarm Controls.
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Fire Alarm Controls
The main Fire Alarm Controls may be enabled by turning the key switch to the controls enabled
position, or by entering a valid Access code.
fire alarm controls – turn key to enable controls
silence
alarms
reset
system
sound
alarms
enable controls
silence
buzzer
System Controls
User
Delay Override
2. Test Display
<
1.
enter
>
<
<
Delay On/Off
2. Test Display
3. View Logs
4. Disable/Enable
5. Set Time & Date
6. Test Modes
7. Day/Night Mode
8. Find Device
Supervisor
1.
1
2
3
o_o
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
0
#
*
ESC
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A context-driven highlighted-selection menu system is used to navigate the menu system,
automatically prompting you with the relevant options for your Access Level and system status. Menu
examples shown below are for the V3 control panel. Menus in some earlier panel versions may differ.
The menus may be navigated in one of two ways as required:
1.
2.
Use the UP / DOWN keys to move the highlighted selection and press ENTER to select
the chosen one.
Enter the desired option number and press ENTER to select it.
Press the Esc key to exit to the previous menu.
Access Levels and Codes
The menu system is divided into four access levels in order to restrict access to those who require it.
For simple indication the status of the Controls Enabled light will show the level selected as follows;
Access Level
Description
Shift LED
Key Operation
Default Code
1 – NORM
2A – USER
2B – SUPR
Normal
User
Supervisor
OFF
ON
SLOW FLASH
YES
YES
NO
N/A
8737
7877
The fourth level (Engineer) is not shown above. Access to the menu system requires either the
operation of the enable controls key for access to Access Level 2A (User), or the correct entry of the
relevant code for access to all other levels, in order to protect against unauthorised access to the
system.
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The codes may be changed using the Duonet OSP software. A valid access level code must be
entered in order access any of the menus.
Fire Alarm
When the panel enters the fire state, the alarms will sound, the fire LEDs will illuminate, the buzzer will
pulse quickly and the display will show the location and type of alarm.
On Hearing the Alarm
The responsible person should have already prepared written procedures for the action to be taken in
the event of a fire alarm. When the alarm sounds these procedures should be implemented.
Accessing the Controls
The user controls are accessed from Access Level 2A (User), or Access Level 2B (Supervisor) which
is reached as follows:
1.
Turn the key,
Or:
Enter your Access Level 2 (User)
or Access Level 2B (Supervisor)
code, ie, # # # #
The ‘CONTROLS ENABLED’ light will light up
continuously, and USER is displayed in the top right
hand corner.
The panel buzzer will be heard on each key press,
and when successfully entered the ‘CONTROLS
ENABLED’ light will light up continuously, and USER
or SUPR is displayed in the top right hand corner.
You are now in Access Level 2A (User) or Access
Level 2B (Supervisor) and may proceed to silence
and reset the system.
Silencing the Alarms
When the fire procedures have been carried out and it is safe to silence the alarm, proceed as follows.
1.
Press ’SILENCE ALARMS’
The alarm sounders should silence, but the panel
buzzer and the fire indication lights should remain.
Resetting the System
Before attempting to reset the system, the cause of the alarm should be established.
1.
Press ’RESET SYSTEM’
The panel buzzer and the fire indication lights should
switch off.
However, if any alarm condition still exists, eg., a
manual call point requires resetting, then the panel
will revert to the fire state until the cause for the
alarm is removed.
Note: if the panel does not reset or a fault condition is displayed, call your maintenance engineer
immediately.
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Sounding the Alarms
To sound the alarms at any time after they have been silenced, proceed as follows:
1.
Press ’SOUND ALARMS’
The alarm sounders will activate. The panel buzzer
and the fire indication lights will also switch on.
Silencing the Buzzer
To silence the panel buzzer press the [SILENCE BUZZER] button at access level two as above.
1.
Press ’SILENCE BUZZER’
The panel buzzer will be silenced.
Exiting Access Level 2A (User) or Access Level 2B (Supervisor)
In order to prevent unauthorised access to the system, return to Access Level 1 (Normal). However, if
left untouched the display will time out after a short while and return automatically to Access Level 1
(Normal).
1.
Turn the key OFF if it is turned on.
The ‘CONTROLS ENABLED’ light will switch off and
the controls are disabled.
Or;
NORM is displayed in the top right hand corner.
Press ‘ESC’ until the system
shows NORM in the top right hand
corner.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Remedial Action
Unable to silence
alarms
Panel not in Access Level 2A (User)
or Access Level 2B (Supervisor)
Unable to reset system
Alarms not silenced
Enter Access Level 2A (User) or Access
Level 2B (Supervisor) - see section on
operation.
Silence alarms before attempting to reset
the system.
Enter Access Level 2 (User) or Access
Level 2B (Supervisor) - see section on
operation.
Remove cause of alarm, eg. reset call point
element with key
Note all illuminated LEDs and displayed
messages.
Call engineer.
Wait until mains supply is restored – if
panel does not revert to normal operation
call engineer.
Panel not in Access Level 2 (User)
or Access Level 2B (Supervisor)
Alarm condition still present
Panel buzzer sounding,
FAULT LED lit
Fault or abnormal condition
Panel buzzer sounding,
POWER FAULT LED
flashing, ‘Mains supply
failed’ displayed.
Panel buzzer sounding,
SYSTEM FAULT LED
lit
Any other fault or
abnormal behaviour
Mains supply failure
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Control panel fault
Call engineer immediately.
Various
Note all illuminated LEDs and displayed
messages.
Call engineer.
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Advanced Operation
Menu examples shown below are for the V3 control panel. Menus in some earlier panel versions may differ.
Access Level 1 (Normal): Controls Enabled LED off
At Access Level 1 (Normal), the main Fire Alarm Controls are disabled and the Controls Enabled
LED is switched off.
A valid access level code must be entered or the key switch must be used in order access any of the
menus.
Access Level 2A (User): Controls Enabled LED on
At Access Level 2A (User), the main Fire Alarm Controls are enabled, and the following System
Controls are accessible:
1. Delay Override
Delay Override
The Delay Override function overrides any programmed delays.
2. Test Display
Test Display
The Test Display function causes the panel LEDs to illuminate, and the LCD screen to
blacken, and the panel buzzer to sound in order to verify their correct operation.
Press the Esc key to exit to the previous menu.
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Access Level 2B (Supervisor): Controls Enabled LED flashing slowly
At Access Level 2B (Supervisor), the main Fire Alarm Controls are enabled, and the following
System Controls are accessible:
1. Delay On / Off
2. Test Display
3. View Logs
1. Current Warnings
2. Current Faults
3. Current Disablements
4. Current Tests
5. Event Logs
4. Disable / Enable
1. Detection Zone
1. All Events
2. By Event Type
2. Panel Event
2. Device
3. Fire Event
3. Sounders
4. Fault Event
4. Fire Outputs
5. Fault Outputs
3. By Device Type
1. Multipoint with sounder
6. Default to all enabled
4. By Loop No - Device No
2. Multipoint
5. By Date
3. Manual Call Point with sounder
4. Manual Call Point
5. Set Time & Date
6. Test Modes
1. User Action
5. Sounders & Strobes
1. Silent Test
6. Input / Output Modules
2. Local Audible Test
7. Conventional Zone Module
3. System Test
6. Network Events
7. Day / Night Mode
1. Override into Day Mode
1. All Events
2. By Event Type
3. By Panel
2. Override into Night Mode
4. By Date
3. End all Overrides
4. View Day / Night settings
8. Find Device
1. Delay On/Off
The Delay On/Off function allows pre-configured time delays to be over-ridden or re-instated
manually as required, ie, if sounder operation within a chosen area is programmed to operate
after a time delay, then this delay may be removed or replaced using this function.
2. Test Display
The Test Display function causes the panel LEDs to illuminate, the LCD screen to blacken
and the panel buzzer to sound in order to verify their correct operation.
3. View Logs
1. Current Warnings
The Active Warnings Log will display any current warnings. These are displayed in text format
and may be scrolled through by pressing the UP and DOWN keys.
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3. View Logs
2. Current faults
The Active Faults Log will display any current faults. These are displayed in text format and
may be scrolled through by pressing the UP and DOWN keys.
3. View Logs
3. Current Disablements
The Active Disablement Log will display any current disablements. These are displayed in text
format and may be scrolled through by pressing the UP and DOWN keys.
3. View Logs
4. Current Tests
The Active Tests Log will display any current test modes. These are displayed in text format
and may be scrolled through by pressing the UP and DOWN keys.
3. View Logs
5. Event Logs
The Event Log stores 1000 local fire / fault events and 1000 network events which may be
displayed in entirety, or displayed by category. These are displayed in text format and may be
scrolled through by pressing the UP and DOWN keys.
4. Disable / Enable
1. Detection Zone
This function allows the disablement or enablement of a detection-zone. Thus, all the input
devices (Manual Call Points, detectors and inputs) within that detection-zone will be disabled.
The control panel will indicate that disablements are present, a disablement event will be
recorded in the log, the device LED will still operate when activated and an event will be
recorded in the log, but no programmed actions will occur. The sounder within the device will
still operate if triggered from elsewhere on the system.
4. Disable / Enable
2. Device
This function allows the disablement or enablement of an individual device. The control panel
will indicate that disablements are present, a disablement event will be recorded to log, the
device LED will still operate when activated and an event will be recorded to log, but in the
programmed actions will occur. The sounder within the device will still operate if triggered from
elsewhere on the system.
4. Disable / Enable
3. Sounders
This function allows the global disablement or enablement of all the sounders on the system.
The control panel will indicate that disablements are present and a disablement event will be
recorded in the log.
4. Disable / Enable
4. Fire Outputs
This function allows the global disablement or enablement of all fire outputs on the system.
The control panel will indicate that disablements are present and a disablement event will be
recorded in the log.
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4. Disable / Enable
5. Fault Outputs
This function allows the global disablement or enablement of all fault outputs on the system.
The control panel will indicate that disablements are present and a disablement event will be
recorded in the log.
4. Disable / Enable
6. Default to all Enabled
This function enables any device / action that may have been disabled, and all programmed
actions are reinstated. The control panel event log will indicate that all actions have been
reinstated.
5. Set Time and Date
This allows the time and date to be adjusted. These settings will need to be re-entered after
the complete removal of power, as the system will simply resume from the point that power
was removed.
6. Test Modes
1. Silent Test
The Silent Test function allows the selection of one or more detection-zones to operate in a
‘silent one-man walk test mode’. On triggering a device the device LED operates and the
event is recorded into the event log as a test activation, but the sounder does not sound and
the control panel does not show an alarm. After approximately 5 seconds the system will reset
the device, and another may be tested. The control panel event log will indicate that a test
mode has been selected.
6. Test Modes
2. Local Audible Test
The Local Audible Test function allows the selection of one or more detection-zones to
operate in a ‘one-man walk test mode with local sound’. On triggering a device the device LED
operates, the sounder within that device operates and the event is recorded into the event log
as a test activation, but the control panel does not show an alarm. After approximately 5
seconds the system will reset the device, and another may be tested. The control panel event
log will indicate that a test mode has been selected.
6. Test Modes
3. System Test
The System Test function allows the entire system to operate in a simple one-man walk test
mode. On triggering a device the device LED operates and the event is recorded in the event
log, all the assigned sounders operate for 10 seconds and the control panel indicates an
alarm. After approximately 10 second the system will reset the device, and another may be
tested. The control panel event log will indicate that a test mode has been selected.
Please note, with the system test mode, only the sounders assigned to operate from that
device will sound, and any delays will still be present. i.e., if a delay of 2 minutes is present,
the system will have been reset before the sounders activate.
7. Day / Night Mode
1. Override into Day Mode
This function allows the user to override any pre-programmed Day / Night timing information
and force the system into the less sensitive Day Mode. This will cause the panel buzzer to
sound and a disablement to be written to log.
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7. Day / Night Mode
2. Override into Night Mode
This function allows the user to override any pre-programmed Day / Night timing information
and force the system into the more sensitive Night Mode. This will cause the panel buzzer to
sound and a disablement to be written to log.
7. Day Night Mode
3. End all Overrides
This function ends any override on the Day / Night Mode, and all programmed actions are
reinstated. The control panel event log will indicate that all actions have been reinstated
7. Day Night Mode
4. View Day / Night Setting
This function allows the user to view the start and finish times for each day.
8. Find Device
This function allows the user to switch on the LED and sounder (if they are present) at any
device on the loop in order to aid in locating its position. It cannot be used to turn on the LED
of I/O Modules, since this would also turn on the output which would not usually be desirable.
Up, Down and Esc options allow the adjacent devices to be located, and the test to be ended.
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Printer
Duonet control panels can have an optional printer fitted if required. This must be specified when
ordering a panel and cannot be fitted by the end user or installer as an after market addition. If the
printer is fitted it will print out local events as they occur. The local events which get printed will be fires
and/or faults and/or panel events depending on how the engineer has programmed the panel during
commissioning.
Paper out
The printer will automatically detect when the printer paper has run out. The Status indicator LED will
flash repeatedly.
Fitting a new roll of paper
The paper used in the printer is Fike Part No 507-0016. No other paper should be used.
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•
•
The printer paper can be accessed by lifting the front cover on the printer.
Use the paper feed button (located on the right hand side opposite the Status indicator LED) to
feed through the last few centimetres of paper.
Fit a new paper roll onto the carrier. The printer incorporates an automatic paper feed facility.
With a new paper roll mounted on the carrier and with a clean straight edge to the paper, present
the paper to the entry point behind the rubber roller. The paper will be sensed by the mechanism
and automatically feed through into a position ready for printing.
Use the paper feed button to feed more paper through if required.
Specification:
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Printing system
Thermal line head
Max characters per line
48
Character matrix (dots)
24x16, 24x12 or 24x8
Character size
3x2, 3x1.5 or 3x1mm (Approx. 13, 17 or 25cpi)
Dot pitch horizontal
0.125mm (Approx. 200dpi)
Dot pitch vertical
0.125mm
Text line composition
(dots) 24x384
Printing width
48mm
Paper width
58 mm (+0 / -1)
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LED Indication
The operation of the LED indications on the front of the control panel is described below.
Description
Colour
State
Reason
1.
FIRE
Red
Continuous
The control panel is in the fire state. Other indicators
will show the origin
2.
FAULT
Yellow
Continuous
The control panel is in the fault state. Other
indicators will show the origin
3.
DISABLED
Yellow
Continuous
This indicates that a disablement action is in place.
Enable all devices / actions to clear.
4.
TEST
Yellow
Continuous
This indicates that a test routine is in place. End all
tests to clear.
5.
POWER
Green
Continuous
This indicates that power is being supplied to the
control panel from either the 230V AC mains supply,
or the standby batteries.
6.
‘ZONE 1-128’
Red
Flashing
A Manual Call Point in the zone indicated is in the
alarm state and sending an alarm signal to the panel.
A Detector in the zone indicated is in the alarm state
and sending an alarm signal to the panel.
7.
SYSTEM FAULT
Yellow
Flashing
The system Fault LED indicates the presence of a
processor or a checksum error. Power the system
down to clear, reprogram all settings and test the
system.
8.
POWER FAULT
Yellow
Flashing
The mains supply has failed (check the fuse and the
230V AC supply on the PCB AC terminals).
Continuous
A battery supply / charger fault has been detected
(check the fuse and the battery voltages).
Flashing
An earth fault has been detected where a path exists
from the circuit wiring to earth. Remove circuits one
at a time to discover which one, and then rectify.
9.
EARTH FAULT
Yellow
An earth fault may also be reported while a PC is
connected to the panel for diagnostics or
programming. In this case, the earth fault should
clear when the PC is disconnected.
10.
11.
12.
13.
LOOP
SOUNDER
FIRE OUTPUT
ZONE
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Flashing
A fault condition is present on one or more
addressable device loops, or one or more
addressable devices.
Continuous
A device or an action associated with
addressable device loop has been disabled
Flashing
A fault condition is present on a monitored sounder
circuit or on the addressable device loop sounders.
Continuous
A device or an action associated with the monitored
sounder circuits or addressable sounders has been
disabled.
Flashing
A fault condition is present on a monitored Relay
circuit or on the addressable device loop outputs.
Continuous
A device or an action associated with the monitored
relay circuits or an addressable output has been
disabled.
Continuous
A device or zone, or an action associated with them
has been disabled.
the
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15.
FAULT OUTPUT
DAY
Yellow
Yellow
Flashing
A monitored output programmed to operate as a
Fault Output is in the fault state.
Continuous
A monitored output programmed to operate as a
Fault Output has been disabled.
Continuous
The system Day / Night mode timing has been
overridden, and forced into the less sensitive day
mode.
The system has gone in the less sensitive day mode
as programmed.
16.
ROUTINE SERVICE
Yellow
Continuous
The pre programmed service interval has expired
and a routine maintenance check is due.
17.
TECHNICAL ALARM
Yellow
Continuous
A device programmed as Technical Alarm is in the
alarm state and sending a Technical Alarm signal to
the panel. No indication of a Technical Alarm is given
on the display.
18.
CONFIRMATION
Yellow
Continuous
A smoke detector is in the alarm confirmation state,
awaiting confirmation or reset.
19.
DELAY
Yellow
Continuous
An action has been started which utilises a
programmed delay.
20.
ALARMS
Yellow
Flashing
The alarm sounders have been activated from the
Sound Alarms button on the panel.
Continuous
The alarm sounders have been silenced whilst
operating, and the system is awaiting a reset.
Continuous
The control panel buzzer has been silenced whilst
operating and will stay silenced until another fault or
relevant action occurs.
21.
BUZZER SILENCED
Yellow
The control panel buzzer has been disabled at
Access Level 3 (Engineer), and will remain silent
until it is reinstated. However, the panel buzzer will
still operate in the fire alarm state.
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LOG BOOK
Record all fire and fault events,
whether or not an engineer was
called
Event Log
Time
Zone/Device
Event
Action
Initials
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Zone/Device
Event
Action
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Zone/Device
Event
Action
Initials
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Event
Action
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Event
Action
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Installation Details
This section should be completed by the commissioning engineer at handover.
Name of Responsible Person: ..................................................................................................................
Name and Address of Installation: ............................................................................................................
...................................................................................................................................................................
Ref. No. (if applicable): .............................................................................................................................
Date of Handover: .....................................................................................................................................
Name and Address of Installer: ................................................................................................................
...................................................................................................................................................................
Tel: ………………………………….…………… Fax: ................................................................................
Equipment:
Control Panel: Duonet V: ….…………………
No. of Loops used: ……………
Serial No.: .....................................................................
No. of Zones used: ….…....… Mains Supply: .. .………..……….……
Loop 1
Loop 2
Total No. of Devices:
No. of Detectors:
No. of Call Points:
No. of Sounders:
No. of Interfaces:
Loop +ve Continuity:
Loop –ve Continuity:
Loop Screen Continuity:
Loop +ve to -ve Resistance:
Loop +ve to Screen Resistance:
Loop –ve to Screen Resistance:
Loop Screen to Earth Resistance:
Access Level 2A (User) code:
(Default – USER)
……………………………….
Access Level 2B (Supervisor) code:
(Default – SUPR)
………………………………..
In an emergency call:
Normal Hours: …………………………………..
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Out of Hours: …………………………………………..
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