Fire Alarm Control Panel - Horing Lih Industrial Co., Ltd..

Fire Alarm Control Panel - Horing Lih Industrial Co., Ltd..
Fire Alarm
Control Panel
HORING LIH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
CONTENTS
1.System Characteristics
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2.Control Board Description
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
LED Indicators
Keyboard Switches
JUMP Set-up (Access Level 4)
Access Level
3.Wiring Diagram
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Zone Input/Output
Zone Wiring
Alarm Bell Wiring
24V DC Output Wiring
Dialler Relay Output Wiring
Fire/Fault Relay Output Contacts
AC Power Connection
Dip-switch instruction
4.Operating Instructions
4.1 Information Function Screen
4.2 Menu Description
1. All Status Disp.
2. Memory Data Disp.
3. Main Switch
4. Zone Disable
5. System Setup
6. Zone Number & Rom Edition
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5.Maintenance Instructions
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6.Trouble Shooting
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7.General Specifications
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1. System Characteristics
VIVID32 System Characteristics
1. In accordance with EN54-2 & EN54-4.
2. Available from 1 to 32 zones and modular setting enable.
3. Individual zone disable function.
4. Key switch protection for panel control switches. When the key switch is turned off, the BUZZER,
EVACUATE, RESET switches will be disabled.
5. Protection for withstand voltage can reach up to 2.5KV.
6. Fire Alarm NO, NC, COM & Fault Alarm NO, NC, COM output contact points.
7. 4 sets of sounder outputs.
8. Automatic dialler output contact points.
9. LCD screen is 24-digit x 2 lines for events display and storage capacity up to 255 events.
10. Temporary Mute for built-in buzzer.
11. Temporary mute and long-term silence function for the area bell.
12. Area bell short-circuit and wirebreak fault detection.
13. Output/Input ground fault detection.
14. PCB connection fault detection.
15. Microprocessor- based & digital signal design included.
16. Membrane switch provides longer service and is waterproof, dust resistant and easy to clean.
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2. Control Board Description
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1. Fire Alarm Indicator
9. “DOWN” Switch
2. Fault Indicator
10. “BACK” Switch
3. CPU Fault Indicator
11. “ENTER” Switch
4. Power Normal Indicator
12. Buzzer Mute Switch
5. Disable Indicator
13. Alarm Bell Silence Switch
6. LCD Screen
14. Evacuate Switch
7. Keyboard Enable Switch
15. System Reset Switch
8. “UP” Switch
16. Zone Status Indicators
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2. Control Board Description
2.1 LED Indicators
1. Fire Alarm Indicator: A red light lit indicates the panel is receiving a fire alarm
signal. When it is in alarm delay status the red light will flash.
2. Fault Indicator: A yellow light indicates a fault in the fire alarm system.
3. CPU Fault Indicator: A yellow light indicates the CPU is not normal .
4. Power Indicator: A green Light indicates the AC power and standby power is in
normal condition. A yellow light lit indicates the AC power failure. A yellow light flash
indicates the standby power failure.
5. Disable Indicator: A yellow light indicates has any function set to the disable status.
6. LCD Screen: information display for reading out of system status. When the system is
in Access LEVEL 1: Press “UP”, “DOWN”, “BACK” and “ENTER” switches to view the
details on LCD screen. When the system in Access LEVEL 2 and LEVEL 3: Press “UP”,
“DOWN”, “BACK” and “ENTER” switches for the system setup.
2.2 Keyboard Switches
7. Keyboard Enable Switch: The switch turns to be “ON” position to access the
system in LEVEL 2, the keyboard are enabled including “UP”, “DOWN”, “ BACK”
, “ENTER”, BUZZER” , “BELL”, “EVACUATE” and “RESET” switches.
8. UP Switch: Press UP switch to view the information, select the system setup menu
and can be used to increase the value.
9. Down Switch: Press DOWN switch to view the information, select the system setup
menu and can be used to decrease the value.
10. Back Switch: Press BACK switch to return to the previous item of system setup
selection list or shift to the previous digit.
11. Enter Switch: Press ENTER switch to enter the selected item on LCD screen to
view, to setup and enable or disable the chosen selection and digit.
12. Buzzer Mute Switch: A buzzer on the panel beeps during alarm and fault status.
Press “BUZZER” switch once to stop the buzzer temporarily. A yellow indicator will
light. (The buzzer will become active again if the panel detects any alarm or fault
status and the indicator light will go off.) Press “BUZZER” switch again to return to
normal status. The indicator light will go off.
13. Alarm Bell Silence Switch: When it is in alarm status, press “BELL” switch to
mute the bells which are connected to the panel. A yellow indicator will light. Press
the “BELL” switch again to remove the mute. The indicator light will go off.
14. Evacuate Switch: When it is in alarm delay status, press “EVACUATE” switch to
enable the general alarm immediately. A yellow indicator will light.
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2. Control Board Description
15. System Reset Switch: Under Access LEVEL 2 and LEVEL 3, Press “RESET”
switch to reset the panel from an alarm, fault and any other abnormal status. The
yellow indicator is on and LCD screen shows “System Reset…” while resetting and
it goes off when the panel finishes resetting in 5 seconds.
16. Zone Status Indicators(optional): A zone status LED can be in yellow or red
to indicate the alarm, fault or disable status of the zone.
When the zone is in alarm status, a Red LED will light.
When the zone is in fault status, a Yellow LED will flash.
When the zone is in disable status, a Yellow LED will light.
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2. Control Board Description
2.3 JUMP Set-up (Access Level 4)
09112-1
1
2
ON
S1 JP6 JP5 JP4 JP3 JP2 JP1
17. Zone Number Set-up (JP1,JP2,JP3,JP4,JP5,JP6): The Z1 ~ Z32 circuit is set
in binary jumper. After setting, press "RESET" switch to update the zone number.
For example:
1.Z1 Set-up:JP1 Short; JP2,JP3,JP4,JP5 and JP6 Open
S1 JP6 JP5 JP4 JP3 JP2 JP1
2.Z2 Set-up: JP2 Short; JP1,JP3,JP4,JP5 and JP6 Open
S1 JP6 JP5 JP4 JP3 JP2 JP1
3.Z3 Set-up: JP1 and JP2 Short; JP3,JP4,JP5 and JP6 Open
S1 JP6 JP5 JP4 JP3 JP2 JP1
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2. Control Board Description
4.Z32 Set-up: JP6 Short; JP1,JP2,JP3,JP4 and JP5 Open
S1 JP6 JP5 JP4 JP3 JP2 JP1
18. Access Level 3 Decoder (S1): Short circuit S1 and press “ RESET” switch to
restore the security code to the default password “0000”.
2.4 AccessLevel
LEVEL 1
Switches “UP”, “DOWN”, “BACK” and “ENTER” allow to viewing the details on LCD
screen. During alarm delay status, press “EVACUATE” switch to generate an instant
alarm
LEVEL 2
The”KEYBOARD ENABLE” switch turns to “ON” position to access the system to
LEVEL 2. The switches “UP”, “DOWN”, “ BACK”, “ENTER”, BUZZER” , “BELL”,
“EVACUATE” and “RESET” are allowed to work on the LCD screen menu functions:
Main Switch, Zone Disable and Zone Number set-up.
More details on
4.Operating Instructions →3. Main Switch
4.Operating Instructions →4. Zone Disable
4.Operating Instructions →6. Zone Number
LEVEL 3
In this level, all operations are based on LEVEL2. To Enable “System Setup” functions
on LCD screen menu selection list, it requires to input a 4-digit security code to enter
LEVEL 3. (More details on 4.Operating Instructions →5. System Setup)
LEVEL 4
There is a screw (“ ” form) on the side of the panel door. It requires a Phillips screwdriver
to turn on to access to LEVEL 4 to change the hardware settings of the main board, such
as DIP switch settings (3.8 Dip-Switch Instruction) and JUMP settings. (2.3 JUMP Set-up)
Note: The authorized technician can repair or replace the components.
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3.Wiring Diagram
3.1 Zone Input/Output
Z1
+ -
E1
Z2
+ -
E2
Z3
E3
+ -
Z4
+ -
E4
Z5
+ -
E5
Z6
+ -
E6
Z7
+ -
Z8
E7
+ -
E8
2k
4.7k
Terminal
P
Indicating Lamp 24Vdc Output
24V
+ -
AUX
+ -
24V DC
24V DC
Relay 24V
220
Sounder
SND1
+ -
Dialler Output Fire Relay Output Fault Relay Output
DIALLER
FIRE
FAULT
24V DC
4.7k
To Dialing
Relay
Output
Device
To Relay
Output
Device
To Relay
Output
Device
Fire Relay Output & Fault Relay Output (More details on 3.6 Fire/Fault Relay Output Contacts)
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24V
+ -
3.Wiring Diagram
3.2 Zone Wiring:
A.
.....
ZN
4.7k
Wiring Diagram A is a recommended connection. The maximum number of
connected smoke detectors is 30 for each zone (not including the mechanic
-type heat detectors.)
B.
.....
ZN
4.7k
Wiring Diagram B is an improperly connected one. Do not connect a detector
or an end of resistor with another detector in paralled way.
C.
P
ZN
P
220 /1W
.....
P
P
220 /1W
4.7k
Wiring Diagram C .When connecting a manual call point to a zone, please
use a 220 Ohm resistor and install the 4.7K ohm end of line resistor.
3.3 Alarm Bell Wiring:
24V DC
4.7k
SND1
SND2
4.7k
Fire alarm control panel is equipped with two sets of Area Bells contacts.
When connecting one set of bell contacts, please be sure to connect the end
of resistor to avoid bell malfunction. Please install the 4.7K ohm resistor
across the unused bell contacts as well.
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3.Wiring Diagram
3.4 24V DC Output Wiring:
24V
24V DC
Aux
24V DC
The contacts marked “24V” are controlled by the reset switch but the contacts
marked “AUX” are not. When connecting the indicating lamp to the contacts,
please connect the red wire to the “+” and the black wire to the “-” contact at
the same time.
3.5 Dialler Relay Output Wiring:
DIALLER
Dial
Device
The contact is connected with NO. and COM. When there is a fire alram, the
signal will go through the telephone line.
3.6 Fire/Fault Relay Output Contacts:
A.
To Relay Output Device
B.
To Relay Output Device
In picture A shows N.O. connection.
In picture B shows N.C. connection.
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3.Wiring Diagram
3.7 AC Power Connection:
1
2
3
Connect the AC power supply wires to contacts 1 and 3.
Connect the ground wire to contact 2.
3.8 Dip-switch instruction(non-compliance with EN54-2)
+
Z1 E1 Z2 E2
+ -
SND
+ -
ON
1
ECE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
OFF: Set the switch to OFF when the loop has connected to devices.
(including detector or sounder).
ON: Set the switch to ON and loop will be setted with internal end-of-line
resistor when disconnect device (including detector or sounder).
1~8: It is the place to set internal end-of-line resistor for detector (Z1~Z8).
9: It is the place to set internal end-of-line resistor for sounder.
10: PCB link detection setting.
For example:
1: 8 Zones (PCB*1)
Set the switch to ON for 1st PCB.
2: 16 Zones (PCB*2)
Set the switch to ON for 2nd PCB.
Set the switch to OFF for 1st PCB.
3: 24 Zones (PCB*3)
Set the switch to ON for 3rd PCB.
Set the switch to OFF for 1st & 2nd PCB.
4: 32 Zones (PCB*4)
Set the switch to ON for 4th PCB.
Set the switch to OFF for 1st & 2nd & 3rd PCB.
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4.Operating Instructions
4.1 Information Function Screen
System Normal
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Fire Alarm Control Panel is in surveillance status.
※Keylock Off
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When the “KEYBOARD ENABLE”, “BUZZER” and
“BELL” switches on or off, the LCD screen shows
the switch message, date and time. (The message
will automatically disappear in 3 second.)
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First Zone Alarm:Z09
09 Zone Alarm Fire=01
When the control panel receives a fault signal,
the first line shows the latest alarm zone number,
the second line shows the resent alarm zone
number and the number of events.
H01 0009 Zone Open
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When the control panel receives a fault signal, the
first line shows the sequence of event, zone number
and fault status. The second line shows the fault
event date and time. (Press “UP” and “DOWN”
switch to view more events or the system will
automatically switch to next event every 5 seconds.)
H01 SND1 Fault !
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Note: When the area bell/sounder (SND) is in fault
status, the LCD screen shows the exclamation
mark “!” on upper right corner and it will disappear
when the SND fault released.
4.2 Menu Description
Main Display
1. All status Disp.
2. Memory Data Disp.
3. Main Switch (AL2)
4. Zone Disable (AL2)
5. System Setup (AL3)
6. Zone Number (AL2)
1.Alarm Status Disp.
2. Fault Status
3. Disable Status
1. Relay Output SW
2. Dialler SW
3. Auto Reset SW
4. Delay Timer SW
5. Main Sound SW
6. Area Sound SW
7. Test Mode
8. EVACUATE SW
1. Auto Re-Sound
2. Memory Data Delete
3. Data/Time
4. Security Code
5. Delay Timer
6. Backlight Timer
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1. Fire LED Test
2. Fault LED Test
3. Main Sound Test
4. Area Sound Test
5. Dialler Test
6. Fire Relay Test
7. Fault Relay Test
8. All Test
4.Operating Instructions
1. All Status Disp.
1-1. All Status Disp. - Check Alarm Data:
System Normal
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Press the “
Enter” switch to see more details
on each item.
► 1.All Status Disp.
2.Memory Data Disp.
Press the “
Enter” switch to enter the item 1All Status Disp.
► 1.Alarm Status
2.Fault Status
Press the “
Enter” switch to enter the item 1Alarm Status Disp. to see more details.
0001 0008 Zone Alarm
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The number in the upper left-hand corner is a
sequence of signals. For example, “0001” is the
first signal. The number in the upper middle screen
shows the zone number. The upper right-hand
corner shows the type of signal, Alarm or Fault.
The second line displays the time and date of
the event.
Press the “ Up” or “ Down” switch to switch
alarm information.
Press the “ Back” switch to return to Alarm Status
Disp. selection list.
No Alarm Signal
Note: If the control panel is in normal status, it
will show “No Alarm Signal”.
1-2. All Status Disp. - Check Fault Data:
Press the “ Down” switch to move to item 2Fault Status Disp. and press the “ Enter” switch
to see more details.
1.Alarm Status
► 2.Fault Status
0001 AC Fault
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The number in the upper left-hand corner is a
sequence of signals. For example, “0001” is the
first signal. The upper right-hand corner shows the
type of signal (AC or DC power supply/Zone PCB/
SND 1~4/5V/24V/ground fault/light board fault/
open circuit/short circuit/extended board outlier
detection/CPU malfunction). The second line
displays the time and date of the event. Press the
“ Up” or “ Down” switch to switch alarm
information.
Press the “ Back” switch to return to Alarm
Status Disp. selection list.
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No FaultSignal
Note: If the control panel is in normal status, it
will show “No Fault Signal”.
1-3. All Status Disp. - Check Disable Data:
2.Fault Status Disp.
► 3.Disable Disp
Press the “ Down” switch to move to item 3Disable Disp. and press the “ Enter” switch to
see more details.
Zone Disable : 0001
01 ZONE Disable
The upper right-hand corner is a number of the
disabled loops.Press the“ Up” or “ Down”
switch in the lower to switch the disabled loops.
Press the “ Back” switch to return to Alarm
Status Disp. selection list.
2. Memory Data Disp. - Check Memory Data:
► 2.Memory Data Disp.
3.Main Switch
. Alarm
M001 0008 Zone
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M002 0001 Zone Fault
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Press the “
Down” switch to move to item 2Memory Data Disp. Press the “
Enter” switch
to enter the Memory Data Disp.
In the upper left-hand corner is a number of the
event.(M001~255) The highest number shows the
most recent event. The upper middle screen shows
the zone number. The upper right-hand shows the
type of signal. The lower screen displays the time
and date of the event.
Press the “
Up” switch to check the previous
event.
Press the “
Down” switch to check the next
event.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the Main
Display selection list.
3. Main Switch - Main Switch Control:(Access Level 2)
> 2.Memory Data Disp.
► 3.Main Switch
Press the “
Down” switch to move to item 3-Main
Switch.
Press the “ Enter” switch to enter the Main
Switch selection list.
► 1.Relay Output SW
> 2.Dialler
Press the “
the item.
Press the “
item.
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Up” or “
Down” switch to select
Enter”switch to enter the selection
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4.Operating Instructions
3-1. Relay output - Enable or disable the main board relay output:
Relay Output SW
Disable
Enable
Press the “
Enter” to choose enable or disable.
Press the “
list.
Back” to return to the main selection
3-2. Dialler- Enable or disable the fire alarm dialler output:
Dialler SW
Enable
Disable
Press the “
Enter” to choose enable or disable.
Press the “
list.
Back” to return to the main selection
3-3. Auto Reset - Enable or disable the fire alarm signal latching or not latching:
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
Auto Reset SW
Enable
Disable
Press the “
Enter” to choose enable or disable.
Press the “
list.
Back” to return to the main selection
3-4.Delay Timer SW– Enable or disable the alarm delay timer switch:
Delay Timer SW
Enable
Disable
Press the “
Enter” to choose enable or disable.
Press the “
list.
Back” to return to the main selection
3-5. Main Sound SW–Enable or disable the long-term silence to control panel
buzzer : (non-compliance with EN54-2)
Main Sound SW
Enable
Disable
Press the “
Enter” to choose enable or disable.
Press the “
list.
Back” to return to the main selection
3-6. Area Sound SW- Enable or disable the long-term silence to area sounder
(SND) : (non-compliance with EN54-2)
Area Sound SW
Enable
Disable
Press the “
Enter” to choose enable or disable.
Press the “
list.
Back” to return to the main selection
3-7. Test Mode :
6.Area Sound SW
7.Test Mode
Press the “ Down” switch to move to item 7-Test
Mode.
Press the “ Enter” switch to enter the Test Mode
selection list.
1. Fire LED Test
2. Fault LED Test
Press the “
the item.
Press the “
item.
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Up” or “
Down” switch to select
Enter”switch to enter the selected
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4.Operating Instructions
3-7-1. Fire LED Test - Zone Fire Status Test :
*
Zone Fire LED Test
Z01 Enable Disable
>
Press the “
or “ Down” switch to select the
zone number.
Press the “
Enter” switch to disable or enable
the Test.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
3-7-2. Fault LED Test - Zone Fault Status Test :
*
Zone Fault LED Test
Z01 Enable Disable
>
Press the “
or “ Down” switch to select the
zone number.
Press the “
Enter” switch to disable or enable
the Test.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
3-7-3. Main Sound Test - The control panel buzzer Test :
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
*
Main Sound Test
Enable
Disable
>
Press the “
Enter ”switch to disable or enable
the Test.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
3-7-4. Area Sound Test –The area sounder (SND) Test :
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
*
Area Sound Test
Enable
Disable
Press the “
Enter ”switch to disable or enable
the Test.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
3-7-5. Dialler Test – The Dialler Output Test :
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
*
Dialler Test
Enable
>
Disable
Press the “
Enter ”switch to disable or enable
the Test.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
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4.Operating Instructions
3-7-6. Fire Relay Test –The Fire Relay Output Test :
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
Press the “ Enter” switch to disable or enable
Fire Relay Test
Enable
Disable
the Test.
Press the “ Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
Note: Fire Relay disable or System Fire Alarm.
3-7-7. Fault Relay Test –The Fault Relay Output Test :
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
Fault Relay Test
Enable
Disable
Press the “ Enter ”switch to disable or enable
the Test.
Press the “ Back” switch to return to the Test
Mode selection list.
Note: Fault Relay disable or System Fire Alarm.
3-7-8. All Test – For all indicators and main sound test :
.....................................
............... Test ...............
>
The screen will show “TEST” and flash continuously,
all the indicators and the main buzzer will go on, after
a 5-second delay, the system will be restored to the
surveillance status.
3-8. Evacuate SW- To enable the EVACUATE switch :
(non-compliance with EN54-2)
Evacuate SW
Enable Confirm?
>
Press the “ Enter” switch to generate an instant
alarm. The Fire Alarm indicator will light, the buzzer
beeps, the Fire Relay Output and Dialler Output
will become active.
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4.Operating Instructions
4. Zone Disable - Disable Fire Alarm Zone : (Access Level 2)
Press the “ Down” switch to move to item 4Zone Disable.
Press the “ Enter” switch to ener the Zone Disable.
3. Main Switch
>4. Zone Disable
*
Zone Disable Mode
Enable Disable
> Z01
Press the “ Up” or “ Down” switch to select
the zone number.
Press the “ Enter” switch to disable or enable
the zones.
Press the “ Back” switch to return to the Main
Display selection list.
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4.Operating Instructions
5. System Setup - Set up more Other Functions : (Access Level 3)
Press the “ Down” switch to move to item 5System Setup. Press the “
Enter” switch to
enter System Setup.
4. Zone Disable
5. System Setup
Iogin Code :0000
Code 1
^
Input a 4-digit code, starting with the left digit
digit (code1). Press the “
Up” and “
Down”
switch to increase or decrease the value of the
digit.
Iogin Code :0000
Code 2
^
Press the “ Enter” switch to move the cursor
to the next digit. Use the “
Back” switch to
return to a previous digit.
Iogin Code :0000
Iogin Code :0000
ok?
confirm
After the code input is comlete, pressthe “
Enter” switch to System Setup (AL3).
Use the “
Back” switch to return to the 4th digit
(code4).
Press the “ Enter ”switch to confirm and enter
the System Setup selection list.
5-1. Auto Re-Sound - To set up the area sound (SND) output to be temporary
mute (Enable) or Long-term silence (Disable) :
*
Auto Re-Sound
Enable
Disable
Press the “ Enter” switch to disable(Long-term
silence) or enable(temporary mute).
Press the “ Back” switch to return to the System
Setup selection list.
5-2. Memory Data Delete - Clear All Memory Data :
System Setup Mode
2. Memory Data Delete
Press the “
Down”switch to move to item
2-Memory Data Delete. Press the “
Enter”
switch to enter the Memory Data Delete.
AL3 Login Code : 0000
^
Code 1
To delete the memory, input a 4-digit code, starting
with the left digit (code1). Press the “ Up” switch
to raise the value of the digit. Press the “
Down”
switch to lower the value of the digit.
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4.Operating Instructions
AL3 Login Code : 0000
^
Code 2
Press the “ Enter” switch to move the cursor to
the next digit. Use the “
Back” switch to move
to a previous digit.
AL3 Login Code : 0000
After the code is finished, press the “
Enter”
switch to Password Check Use the “
Back”
switch to return to the 4th digit (code 4).
ok?
To delete the memory, input a 4-digit code, starting
with the left digit (code1). Press the “ Up” switch
to raise the value of the digit. Press the “
Down”
switch to lower the value of the digit.
Data Deleting....
5-3. Date/Time - Set up date and time :
System Setup Mode
3. Date/Time
Press the “
Down ”switch to move to item 3-Date/Time.
Press the “
Enter ”switch to enter the Date/Time Setup.
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^
Edit_Year
The lower right screen shows the editing item
(Edit Year). Press the “ Up” switch to raise the
value of the digit. Press “ Down” switch to lower
the value of the digit.
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^ Edit_Month
After setting the year, press the “
Enter” switch
to edit month. Use the “
Back” switch to move
to a previous digit.
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^ Edit_Day
After setting the month, press the “ Enter” switch
to edit day. Use the “ Back” switch to move to a
previous digit.
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^
Edit_Hour
After setting the day, press the “ Enter” switch to
edit hour. Use the “ Back” switch to move to a
a previous digit.
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^
Edit_Minute
After setting the hour, press the “
Enter” switch
to edit minute. Use the “ Back” switch to move
to a previous digit.
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AL3 2017/01/21 16:40
ok?
Press “
Enter” switchto complete the setup of
date and time setup. Use the“
Back”switch to
move to a previous digit.
AL3 2017/01/21 16:40
Complete
After setup is completed, the display returns to the
System Setup selection list.
5-4. Security Code - Security code reset :
System Setup Mode
4. Security Code
Press the “
Down” switch to move to item
4-Security Code. Press the “
Enter” switch to
enter the Security Code.
AL3 Login Code:0000
^
Code 1
To reset the security code, input the 4-digit original
security code, starting with the left digit (code1).
Press the “
Up” switch to raise the value of the
digit. Press the “
Down” switch to lower the value
of thedigit.
AL3 Login Code:0000
ok?
Press the “ Enter” switch to move the cursor
to the next digit. Use the “ Back” switch to move
to a previousdigit.
AL3 Login Code:0000
^
Code 1
Input a new 4-digit securitycode.
AL3 Login Code:0000
ok?
After the code is finished, press the “ Enter”
switch to complete the code setting.
Use the “ Back” switch to return to the 4th digit
(code 4).
AL3 Login Code:0000
Confirm
After setting up, the display returns to the System
Setup selection list
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5-5. Delay Timer - Set fire alarm signal delay time :
System Setup Mode
5. Delay Timer
Press the “
Down” switch to move to item
5-Delay Timer. Press the “
Enter” switch to enter
the Delay Timer.
AL3 Delay Timer:
05 Sce ok?
Press the “
Up” or “ Down” switch to increase
or decrease the value. (0~60 seconds).
Press the “
Enter” switch to complete the delay
time setup and back to the previous screen.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the System
Setup selection list.
5-6. Backlight Timer - Set LCD backlight timer :
System Setup Mode
6. Backlight Timer
Press the “
Down” switch to move to item
6-Backlight Timer.
Press the “
Enter” switch to enter the Backlight
Timer.
AL3 Backlight Timer:
10 Sce ok?
Press the “
Up” or “ Down” switch to increase
or decrease the value.
The time option are 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 Sceonds.
Press the “
Enter” switch to complete the Backlight
Timer setup and back to the previous screen.
Press the “
Back” switch to return to the System
Setup selection list.
6. Zone Number & ROM Edition - Display the control panel version :
(Access Level 2)
5. System Setup
6. Zone Number
Move the cursor to item 6-Zone Number.
Press the “ Enter” switch to see the details.
Zone Number : 32Zones
Rom Ver. 170620
Press the “
Back” switch to back to the Set Up
selection list.
*Note :Display zone data can be changed via panel
internal setting.
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5.Maintenance Instructions
Maintenance Instructions
1. Normal Status:
a. In normal operating status, the Power Normal indicator will shine.
b. When AC power fails, the backup battery will supply power. The Fault indictor will
shine and the buzzer will sound. The system can continue monitoring for 72 hours
and sound an alarm for 30 minutes.
2. Maintenance:
If the equipment is installed in a public place, maintenance and testing will disturb
people. Be sure to inform them beforehand. If the equipment is found faulty, it must
be fixed instantly and maintained regularly. Please check the current in the power
supply of the fire alarm system, the voltage of the backup battery and also discharge
time of the backup battery.
Turn to the test mode to test if all the indicators can light and buzzers can beep.
And also check to see whether any detectors/manual call points are detective or exist
any broken glass shields or not.
Eusure that no faults in the whole wiring system.
Make sure if any ground fault is in the AC input contacts.
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6.Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1. Normal Status: This system is composed of several devices and it will be affected by
defective and improper use of detectors, wiring, bells, and manual call points.
a. Use a multi-meter to test the voltage in the AC input contacts.
b. Check that the Power Normal indicator can shine or not.
c. Inspect whether any fuses are burned out.
d. Check that the external devices and wiring are normal or not.
2. Fuse Function: There is a special protective function in the fuses in the panel, so do not
use unspecified or poor quality products. Faulty external wiring and poor quality products
will make fuses burn out.
a. AC: Normal power 220V AC fuse (1A).
b. BATT: Backup battery fuse (2A).
c. SND: Bell fuse (Auto-reset).
d. AUX: Output fuse (Auto-reset).
e. 24 V DC: DC power output fuse (Auto-reset).
3. Reasons for Burned Out Fuses and Inspection Notes:
a. AC power fuse burn out: Check whether the applied power is over the specified load
and if the specification is correct. (Using a fuse lower than specified load will cause the
fuse burn out)
b. Backup battery fuse burn out: Check whether the polarity of the contacts is right.
4. False Bell Alarm: The improper wiring can make the bell sound when no alarm signal is
given. Please remove the external wiring and then use a multi-meter to test the bell’s
contacts which shouldn’t give 24V DC reading. If it meets the mentioned requirement,
please check the external wiring.
5. Zone Abnormal Status (Indicator ON ): According to the statistic, most zone faults are
due to incorrect wiring. Some other reasons for fault are improper use and misconnection
to contacts.
a. Check the unused zones to see if the end of line resistors have come adrift.
b. Disconnect the zone wiring and connect a 4.7K ohms resistor across the contacts.
The fault signal should disappear.
c. If above conditions are met, the control panel is in normal condition. The fault signal
may be caused by faulty external wiring. After repairing the external wiring, you may
connect the wiring to the control panel again.
d. Check whether the external wiring is short circuited or disconnected, detectors have
come adrift or not, and if the end of line resistor in detectors have come adrift or even
was not installed.
e. Use a multi-meter to check that the resistance across the L(Z+) and LC(Z-) contacts is
about 4.7K ohms.
f. Disconnect the wires connected to the contacts L and LC. Make sure that the voltage
across the two wire is 0 volt.
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6.Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
6. False Zone Alarm Inspection notes:
a. Disconnect the faulty zone and check the resistance across the L and LC wires is
about 4.7K ohms.
b. Disconnect the faulty zone and the Zone Alarm indicator will go out and the Zone Fault/
Disable indicator will light up. If you would like to make the Zone Faulty indicator go off,
you should install the end of line resistor across the L(Z+) and LC(Z-) contacts of the
Zone. After repairing the wiring, please reconnect the external wiring.
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7. General Specifications
General Specifications
- Main Power Source
Input Voltage
Frequency
Fuse
- Standby Power
Battery Consumption
Charge Voltage
Fuse
220V AC
50Hz-60Hz
1A
8L:24V/1.2Ah;16L,24L,32L:24V/4Ah
24V DC/1.2Ah
2A
- Single Loop
Voltage
Terminal Resistor
Maximum sensor’s connection ( Smoke Detector)
Manual Call Point Resistance
24V DC
4.7KΩ
30
220Ω/1W
- Area Sounding/ Alarm
Voltage
Maximum Supply Current
Terminal Resistor
Fuse
24V DC
1A
4.7KΩ
1A(Auto Reset)
- Relay Output
Maximum Voltage
Maximum Supply Current
250V AC/30V DC
1A(Auto Reset)
- AUX & 24V Output Voltage
Voltage
Maximum Supply Current
Fuse
24V DC
2A
2A(Auto Reset)
- Connecting Cable
Cable’s Semi-Diameter
Maximum Supply Current
1.5mm 2
2A
- Ambient Temperature
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
-7℃ ~ +45℃
-10℃~ +70℃
- Standard
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Power Source
Instruction Policy (Design, Install, Plan , Usage....)
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