Fire Alarm Control Panel
Taktis
Quick Start Guide
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For Internal Use Only
Taktis Quick Start Guide
Taktis Quick Start Guide
This Start Guide describes 2 to 8 loop and 2 to 16 loop models of the Kentec Taktis FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel).
Models of this FACP support Hochiki and Apollo loop protocols.
This Quick Start Guide covers:
• What’s in the box?
• QR Codes
• Panel at a Glance
• Hanging the Enclosure
• Compliance
• Terms & Conditions
What’s in the box?
The Taktis FACP includes the following components and hardware.
Figure A-1
Items in the box (NOT TO SCALE)
1x
Control
Panel
1x
Pre-mounted
Power Supply
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2x
Enclosure
Lock Keys
1x Pack
End of Line
Resistors
1x
Power Supply
Accessory Pack
1x
Quick Start
Guide
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QR Codes
The QR codes below provide links to the Taktis FACP Installation and Operation Manuals. Using your Smartphone,
tablet or device install a third party QR Code Reader and scan the code to open the documents.
Figure A-2
Reading the QR Codes
Installation Manual
Operation Manual
Should you be unable to work with QR codes Manuals can be obtained by visiting the following website pages:
Manual Variant
Website
Installation Manual
http://www.kentec.co.uk/manuals/man-1154GEN.pdf
Operation Manual
http://www.kentec.co.uk/manuals/man-1169GEN.pdf
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Panel at a Glance
The diagrams below provide an overview of the panel main components and features:
Figure A-3
2 to 8 Loop Panel Internal Layout
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2
3
4
5
6
4
10
7
8
9
ID
Description
Comment
ID
Description
Comment
1
Panel Indicators
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
6
Enable Keyswitch
Refer to Installation & Operation
Manuals for details.
2
Hinge Pin
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
7
Lower Panel Fascia
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
3
Touch Panel Display
Refer to Installation & Operation
Manuals for details.
8
Zone Indicators
Up to 144 Zone Indicators. Refer
to Installation Manual for details.
4
Hinge Loops
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
9
Printer (Optional)
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
5
Upper Panel Fascia
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
10
Panel Lock Clearance
-
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Figure A-4
2 to 8 Loop Panel Chassis Layout
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13
12
1
1
2
11
3
4
2
10
5
2
9
8
7
6
1
1
ID
Description
Comment
ID
Description
Comment
1
Enclosure Fixing
Hole
Use 5mm bolts/screw fixings. Refer to
fixing the cabinet in installation section
for details.
8
Main Board
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
2
Field Terminals
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
9
Cable Tie Point
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
3
PCB Cover fixing
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
10
Power Supply
Power supply varies depending on
version.5.25A shown.
4
Ribbon Cable
Header
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
Earth Terminals
For field wiring.
5
PCB Cover
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
12
Knock-out 28mm dia.
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
6
Battery
Refer to Appendix section to determine
battery type.
13
Knock-out 21mm dia.
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
7
Main Chassis
Refer to Installation Manual for details.
14
Earth Link
For continuity only. Refer to Installation
Manual for details.
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Figure A-5
2 to 8 Loop Panel Rear of Door
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2
3
6
4
5
1
5
ID
Description
Comment
ID
Description
Comment
1
Hinge Loops
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
4
Lower Opening
-
Earth Link
For continuity only. Refer to
Installation Manual for details.
5
Product Label/Logo
Position
-
Upper Opening
-
6
Panel lock
-
2
3
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Figure A-6
2 to 16 Loop Front Panel Layout
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2
3
4
5
6
ID
Description
Comment
ID
Description
Comment
1
Panel Indicators
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
4
Zone Indications
Up to 144 Zone Indications. Refer
to Installation Manual for details.
2
Touch Panel Display
Refer to Installation and Operation
Manuals for details.
5
Panel Lock
-
3
Enable Keyswitch
Refer to Operation Manual for
details.
6
Printer (Optional)
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
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Figure A-7
2 to 16 Loop Panel Internal Layout
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15
14
1
2
1
3
13
4
3
5
3
5
6
12
7
3
11
3
2
8
10
9
2
ID
Description
Comment
ID
Description
Comment
Enclosure fixing hole
Use 5mm bolts/screws fixings.
Refer to fixing the cabinet in
installation section for details.
9
Battery
Refer to Installation manual for
details.
2
Hinge Loop
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
10
Power Supply
Power supply varies depending
on version.10.25A shown.
3
Field Terminals
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
11
Example Board
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
4
PCB Cover Fixing
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
12
Board Slot
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
5
Ribbon Cable Header
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
13
Main Chassis
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
6
Cable Tie Point
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
14
Knock-out 28mm dia.
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
7
Main Board
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
15
Knock-out 21mm dia.
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
8
Chassis Locating Lug
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
16
Earth Link
For continuity only. Refer to
Installation Manual for details.
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Figure A-8
2 to 16 Loop Panel Rear of Door
1
2
3
4
5
2
9
6
7
2
8
ID
Description
Comment
ID
Description
Comment
1
Earth Link
For continuity only. Refer to
Installation Manual for details.
6
Printer (Optional)
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
2
Hinge Loop
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
7
Door Chassis
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
Door Chassis
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
8
Product Label/Logo
Position
-
4
LCD Main Processor
Board
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
9
Panel Lock
-
5
Zone LED Board
Refer to Installation Manual for
details.
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Hanging the Enclosure
To hang the enclosure proceed with the following steps.
For details on how to remove the enclose components please refer to the Installation Section of the FACP Installation Manual.
1. Start by marking the fixing centres for the upper two enclosure fixing points. Ensure your fixing centres
are level.
Figure A-9
Marking the enclosure fixing centres
487mm
368mm
LEVEL LINE
2 to 8 Loop Enclosure
External Dimensions:
420mm x 590mm
2 to 16 Loop Enclosure
External Dimensions:
537mm x 716mm
Note: Where permissible use the appropriate wall plugs for your fixings.
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2. Attach the two fixings to the wall using appropriate wall plugs. Screw fixings half-way home
3. Hang the enclosure on the two fixings, through the enclosure key-way fixing points.
Figure A-10
Hanging the enclosure on the key-way fixing points
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2
4. With the enclosure in place, mark for the two lower fixings and attach as appropriate. Depending on fixing/wall type, you may need to temporarily remove the enclosure when making the lower fixing holes.
Figure A-11
Fixing the enclosure to the wall
5. With the enclose in place, tighten all four fixings using appropriate force.
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Compliance
Taktis FACP’s are compliant with EN54-2, EN54-4 and EN54-13 are available with 2 to 8 loop or 2 to 16 loop
in four standard enclosure sizes.
The modular construction allows control panels to be configured with a range of options including, zonal fire
indicators, a printer, additional supervised ancillary inputs and outputs, networking Taktis FACP’s together for
larger system applications and remote communications.
A large format, touch screen display is used to provide an exceptionally clear and intuitive user interface.
This product should be installed, commissioned and maintained by trained service personnel in accordance
with the following:
(i)
Regulations for electrical equipment in buildings specific to the country of use
(ii)
Codes of practice
(iii)
Statutory requirements
(iv)
Any instructions specifically advised by the manufacturer
(v)
Only fire rated and shielded cable should be used.
Note: For LPCB approved installations use only FP200*, 1.5mm2 2 core cable.
Environmental Considerations
The PSU’s are mounted in steel enclosures within the CIE with an ingress protection rating of IP30. The
operating temperature range should not exceed -5°C to +40°C (±2°C). Humidity levels should not exceed
95% (non-condensing).
Standards and Directives
The control equipment is designed in compliance for:
Table 1: Standards and Directives
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
EN60950 Safety of information technology equipment
EN50130 Electromagnetic compatibility -product family standard
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC"
EN54-2
EN54-4
Declaration Of Performance
Taktis fire alarm control and indicating equipment and power supply equipment conform to the essential
requirements of the Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC:
Table 2: EN54-2: 1997 +A1:2006 (Options Provided)
Outputs to Fire Alarm Devices – EN54-2 clause 7.8
Output to Fire Routing Equipment - EN54-2 clause
7.9
Output to Fire Protection Equipment - EN54-2 clause 7.10
Investigation Delays to Outputs - EN54-2 clause
7.11
Dependency on more than one alarm signal (Type A, B and C) EN54-2 clause 7.12
Alarm Counter- EN54-2 clause 7.13
Output to Fault Routing Equipment - EN54-2 clause 8.9
Fault Signals from Points - EN54-2 clause 8.3
Disablement of Points - EN54-2 clause 9.5
Test Condition - EN54-2 clause 10
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E:N54-4: 1997 +A1:2002 +A2:2006 (Power supply equipment for fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings.)
Table 3: EN54-4: 1997 +A1:2002 +A2:2006 (Functions Provided)
Operation from a main power supply- EN54-4 clause
5.1
Operation from a standby battery - EN54-4 clause 5.2
Monitor and charge the standby battery - EN54-4
clause 5.3
Recognise and notify supply faults - EN54-4 clause 5.4
S408 10.25A Universal Input Power Supply has been
approved with 230V AC mains input.
S406 5.25A Power Supply has been approved both with 230V
AC and 115V AC mains input.
Table 4: Requirements subject to third party testing and approvals
EN54-13:2005
115VAC
IFAM German Interface Functionality
The products also comply with the following:
Table 5: Low Voltage and Electromagnetic Compatibility Directives
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
BS EN60950-1: 2006 - Safety of information technology
equipment.
BS EN55022: 1998 - Emissions, Spur
BS EN50130-4: 1996 +A2: 2003 - Immunity, Product Family
Standard.
BS EN50130-4: 2001 +A1: 2014 Alarm Systems Electromagnetic
Compatibility.
Table 6: Additional functions provided that are not covered by EN54-2, EN54-4 or EN54-13
Auxiliary power outputs
Programmable relay outputs
Programmable inputs
Programmable cause and effects
Ethernet and GPRS remote connections
Panel mounted printer
Rating Label
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Safety
Suppliers of articles for use at work are required under section 6 of the Health and Safety at Work act 1974 to
ensure as reasonably as is practical that the article will be safe and without risk to health when properly used.
An article is not regarded as properly used if it is used without regard to any relevant information or advice
relating to its use made available by the supplier. This product should be installed, commissioned and
maintained by trained service personnel in accordance with the following:
(i) IEE regulations for electrical equipment in buildings
(ii) Codes of practice
(iii) Statutory requirements
(iv) Any instructions specifically advised by the manufacturer
According to the provisions of the Act you are therefore requested to take such steps as are necessary to
ensure that you make any appropriate information about this product available to anyone concerned with its
use This equipment is designed to operate from 230V 50Hz mains supplies and is of class 1 construction. As
such it must be connected to a protective earthing conductor in the fixed wiring of the installation. A readily
accessible double pole disconnect device with a disconnect air gap of at least 3mm and conforming to EN
60950, shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring. Failure to ensure that all conductive accessible parts of this
equipment are adequately bonded to the protective earth will render the equipment unsafe.
Terms and Conditions
Details of Kentec Electronics Ltd. Terms and Conditions including Warranties and Returns & Repair Policies can be
found on our website at the following locations:
Terms, Conditions & Warranty
http://www.kentec.co.uk/terms-conditions-sale.pdf
Returns & Repairs
http://www.kentec.co.uk/documents/kentec_returns-repairs_policy_09.pdf
Address of Kentec Electronics Ltd.
Units 25-27 Fawkes Avenue,
Questor, Dartford,
Kent. DA1 1JQ
United Kingdom
Registered in England:FACP
No.1937570
Tel: +44 (0)1322 222121
Disclaimer
In no event shall The Manufacturer be liable for any damages or injury of any nature or kind, no matter how caused, that arise from
the use of the equipment referred to in this manual. Strict compliance with the safety procedures set out and referred to in this
manual, and extreme care in the handling or use of the equipment, are essential to avoid or minimise the chance of personal injury
or damage to the equipment. The information, figures, illustrations, tables, specifications, and schematics contained in this manual
are believed to be correct and accurate as at the date of publication or revision. However, no representation or warranty with respect to such correctness or accuracy is given or implied and The Manufacturer will not, under any circumstances, be liable to any
person or corporation for any loss or damages incurred in connection with the use of this manual.
The information, figures, illustrations, tables, specifications, and schematics contained in this manual are subject to change without
notice. Unauthorised modifications to the fire detection system or its installation are not permitted, as these may give rise to unacceptable health and safety hazards. By installing this equipment on a computer network, the owner accepts full and unequivocal
responsibility for ensuring that it is protected against all cyber threats and illegal tampering during the lifetime of the equipment.
Any software forming part of this equipment should be used only for the purposes for which The Company supplied it. The user
shall undertake no changes, modifications, conversions, translations into another computer language, or copies (except for a necessary backup copy). In no event shall The Manufacturer be liable for any equipment malfunction or damages whatsoever, including (without limitation) incidental, direct, indirect, special, and consequential damages, damages for loss of business profits,
business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss, resulting from any violation of the above prohibitions.
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