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CONTENTS
Installation Precautions ..........................................................................................................1
AS 7240 Information ................................................................................................................2
Chapter 1 Product Overview...................................................................................................3
1.1 Features ...........................................................................................................................3
1.2 Technical Specifications ...................................................................................................3
1.2.1 Operating Voltage ......................................................................................................3
1.2.2 Stand-by Batteries .....................................................................................................4
1.2.3 Output Current Load ..................................................................................................4
1.2.4 Detection Loop Parameters .......................................................................................4
1.2.5 Output Loop Parameters ...........................................................................................4
1.3 Controls and Indications...................................................................................................5
1.3.1 Common Status Indicators.........................................................................................5
1.3.2 Zonal Status Indicators ..............................................................................................5
1.3.3 Operating Indicators and Keys ..................................................................................5
1.3.4 Output Indicators .......................................................................................................6
1.4 Construction and Configuration........................................................................................6
1.4.1 Appearance ...............................................................................................................6
1.4.2 Configuration .............................................................................................................6
1.5 Terminal Description.........................................................................................................8
1.5.1 Terminals on the Control Board .................................................................................8
1.5.2 Terminals on PFS116 Extension Board .....................................................................9
1.5.3 Terminals on Signal Output Interface Board of PFS116.............................................9
1.5.4 Terminals on Signal Output Interface Board of PFS108 ............................................9
1.5.5 Terminals on Signal Output Interface Board of PFS101/102/104 ............................10
1.6 Dimensions ....................................................................................................................10
Chapter 2 Installation ............................................................................................................ 11
2.1 Installing the Cabinet...................................................................................................... 11
2.2 Mains Connection .......................................................................................................... 11
2.3 Battery Connection.........................................................................................................12
2.4 Wiring of Zone Input .......................................................................................................12
2.4.1 Using end of line resistor .........................................................................................12
2.4.2 Using AEOL .............................................................................................................12
2.5 Output Wiring .................................................................................................................13
Chapter 3 System Settings ...................................................................................................14
3.1 Setting Access Levels ....................................................................................................14
3.1.1 Setting Access Level 1.............................................................................................14
3.1.2 Setting Access Level 2.............................................................................................14
3.1.3 Setting Access Level 3.............................................................................................14
3.2 Setting Relay Output ......................................................................................................15
3.2.1 Example for Setting Voltage Output.........................................................................15
3.2.2 Example for Setting Normally Open Output.............................................................15
3.2.3 Example for Setting Normally Closed Output ..........................................................15
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3.3 Setting Disabled Status ..................................................................................................16
3.3.1 Use of Disable Function...........................................................................................16
3.3.2 Operation Steps .......................................................................................................16
3.4 Setting Testing Mode......................................................................................................17
3.4.1 Use of Testing Function ...........................................................................................17
3.4.2 Operation Steps .......................................................................................................17
3.5 Programming Output Modes ..........................................................................................17
3.5.1 Setting the FACP to Default Status ..........................................................................17
3.5.2 Setting “Instant Manual Call Point” ..........................................................................18
3.5.3 Setting Sounder Output Mode of a Zone .................................................................18
3.5.4 Setting Delay Modes of Sounder Outputs................................................................19
3.5.5 Setting Output Delay Time.......................................................................................19
3.6 Setting Ground Fault Checking and Auxiliary Power ......................................................20
Chapter 4 Operation Instructions.........................................................................................21
4.1 Working State Description ..............................................................................................21
4.1.1 State of Detection Zones .........................................................................................21
4.1.2 Output State.............................................................................................................21
4.1.3 Safe State ................................................................................................................21
4.1.4 Description of the Buzzer.........................................................................................21
4.1.5 Notes .......................................................................................................................21
4.2 Acknowledgement and Silence of Fault and Fire Alarm .................................................22
4.3 Silencing the Sounders ..................................................................................................22
4.4 Self-test and Reset.........................................................................................................22
4.5 Setting Day/Night Mode .................................................................................................22
4.6 Evacuate Control............................................................................................................22
Chapter 5 Calculation of Standby Battery Capacity............................................................24
Chapter 6 Servicing ...............................................................................................................25
6.1 Replacing the Battery .....................................................................................................25
6.2 Replacing the Fuses ......................................................................................................25
6.2.1 Cautions ..................................................................................................................25
6.3 Troubleshooter ...............................................................................................................25
Appendix 1 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS116 FACP ......................................................27
Appendix 2 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS108 FACP ......................................................28
Appendix 3 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS104 FACP ......................................................29
Appendix 4 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS102 FACP ......................................................30
Appendix 5 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS101 FACP ......................................................31
Appendix 6 Appearance of PFS108 FACP ...........................................................................32
Appendix 7 Appearance of PFS104 FACP ...........................................................................33
Appendix 8 Appearance of PFS102 FACP ...........................................................................34
Appendix 9 Appearance of PFS101 FACP ...........................................................................35
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Installation Precautions
Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability:
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Do not attempt to install, service, or operate this unit until this manual is read and understood.
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This equipment must be installed in accordance with these instructions and the appropriate
national, regional and local regulations specific to the country and location of the installation.
Consult with the appropriate Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) for confirmation of the
requirements.
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The FACP shall only be installed and serviced by trained specialist.
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Disconnect all sources of power before servicing. Control unit and associated equipment may
be damaged by removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or interconnecting cables while the
unit is energized.
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Remove all electronic assemblies prior to any drilling, filing, reaming, or punching of the
enclosure. When possible, make all cable entries from the sides or rear. Before making
modifications, verify that they will not interfere with battery, transformer, and printed circuit
board location.
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AS 7240 Information
AS 7240 PFS101/102/104/108/116 Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) complies with
the requirements of AS 7240.2 and AS 7240.4. In addition to the basic requirements of
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these standards, the panel conforms to the following optional functions.
AS 7240.2 Clause
Option
Control
Outputs
Delay to Outputs
7.11
Test condition
10
Output to fire alarm devices
7.8
AS 7240
The power supply of the FACP complies with the following AS 7240.4 requirements.
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Power Supply Functions
AS 7240.4 Clause
Derive Power supply from main source
5.1
Derive Power supply from a standby power battery
5.2
Charge and monitor the standby battery source
5.3
Detect & signal power supply faults
5.4
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Chapter 1 Product Overview
PFS101/102/104/108/116 Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel is designed in compliance with
AS 7240.2 standard. It’s compatible with FlameStop conventional sounder strobe PXC-9403
designed by AS 7240.3, conventional rate of rise and fixed temperature heat detector PHC-9103
by AS 7240.5, conventional photoelectric smoke detector PHC-9102 by AS 7240.7, and
conventional manual call point PXC-9202 by AS 7240.11. The panel is easy to install and operate.
Control functions are enabled by a keyswitch. Programming functions are enabled by a
keyswitch and an internal switch.
This series of panels are basically the same in application and operation, their differences are
shown in Table 1-1. PFS116 will be described as the example in the following sections.
Table 1-1
FACP
Number of Detection Zones
Number of Sounder Outputs
Output Delay Settings
PFS101
1
2
N/A
PFS102
2
2
N/A
PFS104
4
2
Programmable, 5
minutes max.
PFS108
8
4
Programmable, 10
minutes max.
PFS116
16
4
Programmable, 10
minutes max.
1.1 Features
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Connecting with conventional detectors and manual call points. Every detection zone can
have at most 15 conventional detectors. The total number of detectors and call points in a
zone shall not exceed 32.
4 sounder outputs, 1 alarm output and 1 fault output.
Able to report short and broken circuit of detection zones, sounder outputs and alarm
output.
Designed with standby batteries and space provision for two sealed lead-acid batteries.
Testing and disable functions.
Day/night mode settable (PFS101 and PFS102 do not have this feature).
Programmable on manual call point connection, sound modes, sounder delay modes and
output delay modes.
Three access levels settable via a keyswitch and an internal switch.
Reserved repeater panel interface for fire alarm indication of multiple zones.
1.2 Technical Specifications
1.2.1 Operating Voltage
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Input Voltage: 230VAC -15%
Frequency: 50Hz
Input Current: 0.33A
Fuse: 2A delayed
Recommended Wiring: 1.5mm2 or above shield cable, complying with local installation
codes.
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1.2.2 Stand-by Batteries
The capacity of the standby batteries can be calculated according to the equation in Chapter 5.
The maximum capacity is 7Ah (lasting for 24 hours in standby state).
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Minimum Operating Voltage: 21.5V
Maximum Charging Current: 300mA
Maximum Charging Voltage: 28V
Battery Type: Sealed lead-acid battery
Maximum Battery Charging Capacity: 2 batteries, 7Ah/12V.
Recommended Battery Manufacturer and Model: Yuasa NP7-12
Recommended Wiring (subject to local installation codes):
2 core and Earth 1.5mm2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited Fp200 Flex 2core and Earth 1.5mm2 CSA
1.2.3 Output Current Load
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The maximum output current in standby condition is 1.4A (Max. a as described in AS 7240.4
Clause 9.2.2 Table 1).
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The maximum output current in alarm condition is 1.9A (Max. b as described in AS 7240.4
Clause 9.2.2 Table 1).
Note: Max. b includes the charge current of 300mA.
1.2.4 Detection Loop Parameters
The FACP provides maximum 16 detection loops, each can have at most 15 conventional
detectors.
 Output Voltage: 15VDC~28VDC
 Standby Current: Less than 6mA (connecting with 15 conventional fire alarm detectors)
 Dynamic Current: Resistance range for fire alarm is 150Ω~1.5kΩ (normally 470Ω), using
a 4.7kΩ end of line resistor or AEOL (active end of line unit). The alarm current for a
zone depends on the number of conventional devices in the zone. The alarm current for
a conventional detector is normally 25mA.
 Maximum output current for the 16 zones is 400mA.
 Recommended Wiring (subject to local installation codes):
2 core and Earth 1.0mm2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited Fp200 Flex 2core and Earth 1.0mm2 CSA
 Recommended Cable Length: 1km
1.2.5 Output Loop Parameters
 Recommended Wiring (subject to local installation codes):
2 core and Earth 1.0mm2 CSA
Pirelli Cable Limited Fp200 Flex 2core and Earth 1.0mm2 CSA
 Recommended Cable Length: 1km
 Sounder output (4 channels) and alarm output(1 channel)
 Output Voltage: 20VDC~28VDC
 Output Current: 130mA for each sounder output, and 450mA for fire alarm output.
 End of Line Resistor: 4.7kΩ
 Auxiliary Power Output
 Output Voltage: 20VDC~28VDC
 Output Current: 20mA normally and 80mA under fire condition.
 Fault Output: Volt-free contact output, 1A/24VDC
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1.3 Controls and Indications
The front panel of the FACP is as in Fig. 1-1.
Fig. 1-1
1.3.1 Common Status Indicators
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FIRE: Red. It illuminates steadily in fire alarm condition until the alarm is cleared.
Silence: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when the external sounders are silenced.
Common Fault: Yellow. It flashes when any fault occurs and illuminates steadily after
Mute key is pressed or when the system enters safe state.
Disable: Yellow. It illuminates steadily if any zone or output is disabled or if the FACP is in
day mode.
System Fault: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when the CPU is in fault, and the system
enters safe state. It flashes when there is memory check error.
AC Fault: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when the mains power is in fault.
Battery Fault: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when the battery is in fault.
Ground Fault: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when there is ground fault.
Delay Running: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when there is any output delayed (PFS101
and PFS102 do not have this LED).
In Test: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when any zone is in test status.
Delay Programmed: Yellow. It illuminates when the FACP works in Day mode(PFS101
and PFS102 do not have this LED).
Power Supply: Green. It illuminates steadily when power supply is normal.
1.3.2 Zonal Status Indicators
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Fire: Red. It flashes (0.5:0.5) when there is fire alarm from corresponding zone and
illuminates steadily after Mute key is pressed.
Zone Fault/Dis/Test: Yellow, it flashes when corresponding zone is in fault status and
illuminates steadily when it’s disabled or in test.
1.3.3 Operating Indicators and Keys
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3 indicators
 Disable: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when an output is being disabled.
 Test: Yellow. It illuminates steadily when testing mode is being set.
 Output Program: Yellow. It illuminates when output modes are being set.
6 keys
 Select: For entering programming status and selecting operations.
 Shift: For changing status.
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 Enter: For confirmation.
 Reset: For canceling or resetting an operation.
 Mute: Changing the silence status of the internal buzzer.
 Silence: Changing the silence status of the sounders.
2 Control locks
 Evacuate: For sounder output control. The sounders can output when it’s switch to
position “I”.
 Control Enable: For access level control. If it’s switched to position “O”, the FACP
is at the lowest access level, and no key operation is accessible.
1.3.4 Output Indicators
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Sounder 1 Fault/Dis: Yellow. It flashes when Sounder 1 is in fault, and steadily illuminate
when it’s disabled.
Sounder 2 Fault/Dis: Yellow. It flashes when Sounder 2 is in fault, and steadily illuminate
when it’s disabled.
Sounder 3 Fault/Dis: Yellow. It flashes when Sounder 3 is in fault, and steadily illuminate
when it’s disabled.
Sounder 4 Fault/Dis: Yellow. It flashes when Sounder 4 is in fault, and steadily
illuminates when it’s disabled.
Alarm Output: Yellow. It flashes when alarm output is in fault and steadily illuminates
when it outputs or is disabled.
Fault Output: Yellow. It flashes when fault output is disabled and steadily illuminates
when it outputs.
1.4 Construction and Configuration
1.4.1 Appearance
mm
0.5
10
Fire
FIRE
Silence Common
Fault
Disable System AC
Fault Fault
Zone No. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Zone
Fault/Dis/Test
Fault/Dis
Program
Disable
<Shift>
Day/Night
OutputProgram
Reset
Mute
Enter
Silence
Resound
I
O
Evacuate
320mm
Select
Test
Sounder 3 Alarm Output
Fault/Dis
Sounder 4 Fault Output
Fault/Dis
I
Battery Ground Delay
Fault Running
Fault
Power
Delay
In
Test Programmed Supply
Sounder 1
Fault/Dis
Sounder 2
430mm
Fig. 1-2
1.4.2 Configuration
The internal construction of the FACP is shown in Fig. 1-3.
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① Control board
④ Batteries
Fig. 1-3
② Extension board or signal output interface board ③ Display board
1.4.2.1 Configuration of PFS116
1.4.2.1.1 Standard configuration
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Control board: For controlling power supply, input/output loop and repeater output 1 to 8.
Extension board: Providing input for zone 9 to 16 and repeater output for zone 9 to 16.
Display board: For information display and process.
Battery: In case of AC power failure, the FACP can automatically transfer to battery
power using the power transfer circuits on the control board to ensure uninterrupted
power supply for continuous operation.
1.4.2.1.2 Optional configuration
The signal output interface board is an optional part of PFS116 panel providing input for zone 9 to
16 and fire alarm and fault output for zone 1 to 16.
Note: The PFS116 panel can only have one of the extension board and signal output
interface board. It comes with the extension board as standard.
1.4.2.2 Configuration of PFS108
1.4.2.2.1 Standard Configuration
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Control board: For controlling power supply, input/output loop and repeater output
channel 1 to 8.
Display board: For information display and process.
Battery: In case of AC power failure, the FACP can automatically transfer to battery
power using the power transfer circuits on the control board to ensure uninterrupted
power supply for continuous operation.
1.4.2.2.2 Optional Configuration
Signal output interface board is an optional part for PFS108 which provides fire alarm and fault
output of zone 1 to 8.
1.4.2.3 Configuration of PFS104
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1.4.2.3.1 Standard Configuration
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Control board: For controlling power supply, input/output loop and repeater output
channel 1 to 4.
Display board: For information display and process.
In case of AC power failure, the FACP can automatically transfer to battery power using
the power transfer circuits on the control board to ensure uninterrupted power supply for
continuous operation.
1.4.2.3.2 Optional Configuration
Signal output interface board is an optional part for PFS104 which provides fire alarm and fault
output of zone 1 to 4.
1.4.2.4 Configuration of PFS102
1.4.2.4.1 Standard configuration
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Control board: For controlling power supply, input/output loop and repeater output
channel 1 to 2.
Display board: For information display and process.
Battery: In case of AC power failure, the FACP can automatically transfer to battery power
using the power transfer circuits on the control board to ensure uninterrupted power
supply for continuous operation.
1.4.2.4.2 Optional Configuration
Signal output interface board is an optional part for PFS102 which provides fire alarm and fault
output of zone 1 to 2.
1.4.2.5 Configuration of PFS101
1.4.2.5.1 Standard configuration
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Control board: For controlling power supply, input/output loop and 1 repeater output
channel.
Display Board: For information display and process.
Battery: In case of AC power failure, the FACP can automatically transfer to battery
power using the power transfer circuits on the control board to ensure uninterrupted
power supply for continuous operation.
1.4.2.5.2 Optional Configuration
Signal output interface board is an optional part for PFS101 which provides 1 fire alarm and fault
output.
1.5 Terminal Description
1.5.1 Terminals on the Control Board
REPEATER
OUTPUT
PW COM COM COM COM
ON 0V DAY FIRE DIS FLT Z8 Z7
Z6
Z4
Z5
Z3
Z2
Z1
AUX SUPPLY
+
-
+
4
-
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OUTPUT TO SOUNDER
3
2
+
-
+
-
+
1
-
-
1
+
-
2
+
-
3
+
-
4
ZONE INPUT
5
+
-
+
ALARM
OUTPUT
FAULT OUTPUT
NO COM NC
-
6
+
+
-
7
-
+
L
-
Fig. 1-4
REPEATER OUTPUT: Output terminal for repeater panel connection.
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N
SOUNDER
START
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PW ON: Power supply positive terminal for repeater connection.
COM 0V: Power supply negative terminal for repeater connection.
COM DAY: Day mode terminal for repeater connection.
COM FIRE: Fire alarm terminal for repeater connection.
COM DIS: Disable terminal for repeater connection.
FLT: Fault terminal for repeater connection.
Z1~Z8: Zone indication terminal of repeater panel for zone 1 to 8.
AUX SUPPLY (+, -): Auxiliary power terminal.
FAULT OUTPUT (NO, COM, NC): Fault output terminal.
ALARM OUTPUT (+, -): Remote alarm output.
ZONE INPUT (1~8): Zone input terminal.
BAT (+, -): Battery terminal.
L,
,N: AC power terminal.
OUTPUT TO SOUNDER (1~4): Output terminals to sounders.
SOUNDER START (+, -): Sounder start terminal.
DAY MODE (+, -): Remote day/night mode conversion terminal.
1.5.2 Terminals on PFS116 Extension Board
6
Z9
b+1
-
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b+2
+
-
b+3
+
-
-
+
b+4
-
+
b+5
-
+
b+6
-
+
b+7
+
-
b+8
Z10
Z11 Z12
Z13 Z14
Z15 Z1
COM
0V
+
Fig. 1-5
b+1~b+8: Zone input terminals.
Z9~Z16: Zone indication terminals of repeater panel for zone 9 to 16.
COM 0V: Common earth terminal for repeater panels.
1.5.3 Terminals on Signal Output Interface Board of PFS116
FAULT1
FAULT2
FAULT3
FAULT4
FAULT5
FAULT6
FAULT7
ALARM1
ALARM2
ALARM3
ALARM4
ALARM5
ALARM6
ALARM7
FAULT8
FAULT9
FAULT10
ALARM8 ALARM9
FAULT11
FAULT12
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9
-
+
10
-
+
11
-
+
12
-
+
13
- +
14
-
+
15
-
+
16
-
Fig. 1-6
FAULT1~FAULT16: Fault output for zone 1 to 16.
ALARM1~ALARM16: Fire alarm output for zone 1 to 16.
ZONE INPUT 9~16: Input terminals for zone 9 to 16.
1.5.4 Terminals on Signal Output Interface Board of PFS108
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FAULT1
FAULT2
FAULT3
FAULT4
FAULT5
FAULT6
FAULT7
FAULT8
ALARM1
ALARM2
ALARM3
ALARM4
ALARM5
ALARM6
ALARM7
ALARM8
Fig. 1-7
FAULT1~FAULT8: Fault output terminals for zone 1 to 8.
ALARM1~ALARM8: Fire alarm output terminals for zone 1 to 8.
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FAULT15
FAULT16
ALARM10 ALARM11 ALARM12 ALARM13 ALARM14 ALARM15 ALARM16
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1.5.5 Terminals on Signal Output Interface Board of PFS101/102/104
The terminals on the signal output interface board PFS101/102/104 are the same as PFS108, only
with less outputs connected.
PFS101:
 FAULT1: Fault output for Zone 1.
 ALARM1: Fire alarm output for Zone1.
PFS102:
 FAULT1, FAULT2: Fault output for Zone 1 and 2.
 ALARM1, ALARM2: Fire alarm output for Zone 1 and 2.
PFS104:
 FAULT1~FAULT4: Fault output for Zone 1 to 4.
 ALARM1~ALARM4: Fire alarm output for Zone 1 to 4.
1.6 Dimensions
430mm×100.5mm×320mm (L X W X H)
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Chapter 2 Installation
2.1 Installing the Cabinet
The FACP is wall-mounted as in Fig. 2-1.
Ambient temperature: 0℃~40℃. Relative humidity≤95%, non-condensing.
66mm
Conduit
R
2.
m
6m
R
5m
m
xpansion
olt M5x50
400mm
Fig. 2-1
2.2 Mains Connection
The power supply unit of PFS116 receives power from a 230VAC, 50Hz supply via the filter and
transformer.
The incoming power feed cable Earth (Green/Yellow) wire should be connected to the
terminal
earth connection.
Connect the neutral (Blue) wire to terminal N and connect the Live (Brown) wire to terminal L.
Make sure the FACP is reliably earthed.
It’s recommended to use 1.5mm2 or above screened cable complying with local installation codes.
Caution:
 The mains cables shall be secured using a restraint clamp.
 Do not power the system until the installation is complete.
 The incoming mains cabling to the FACP should be supplied via a suitably located
‘Isolation’ switch to facilitate servicing.
Power
L
AC Power
230VAC Switch
L
N
Fig. 2-2
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2.3 Battery Connection
Refer to the Standby Battery Calculations section for the size of the batteries required for a
particular installation.
Connect the battery according to Fig. 2-3 and then go to the battery terminal XT2 on the control
board.
(-)(+)
Fig. 2-3
Caution:
Do not make the final battery connections until the installation is complete.
2.4 Wiring of Zone Input
Each zone can have maximum 15 fire alarm detectors. The total number of detectors and call
points in a zone shall not exceed 32. They can be connected in two ways.
2.4.1 Using end of line resistor
Connect all manual call points in front of the detectors and put a 4.7kΩ resistor at the end of the
loop (Fig. 2-4).
MCP
Zone
+
Input
Terms
4.7kΩ
(normal)
MCP
4.7kΩ
(normal)
4.7kΩ
Resistor
Panel
NO DIODE
Fig. 2-4
2.4.2 Using AEOL
If an AEOL is used at the end of the line, then the detectors and manual call points can be
connected at any position. Ensure the detector base is fitted with a diode to keep the cable
continuity in case any detector is removed (Fig. 2-5).
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MCP
Zone
Input
Terms
+
4.7kΩ
A.E.O.L
(normal)
-
Panel
Fig. 2-5
2.5 Output Wiring
All sounders shall be polarity-sensitive and be connected in correct polarity. A 4.7kΩ resistor shall
be used at the end of the cable. Fig. 2-6 shows the connection method of Sounder Output 1.
+
Sounder
4.7kΩ
Output1
_
Fig. 2-6
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Chapter 3 System Settings
3.1 Setting Access Levels
The FACP provides three access levels:

Level 1, the only available operation is the Mute key for silencing the buzzer.

Level 2, for person on duty to disable, test, reset the panel and silence the sounders
(using Silence/Resound key).

Level 3, for special service engineer to turn on or off the FACP and program output
modes.
3.1.1 Setting Access Level 1
As in Fig. 3-1, if Control Enable lock points to “O”, the FACP is under access level 1 (“1” of the
internal switch SW1 at OFF position, Fig. 3-2).
I
I
O
Evacuate
O
Control Enable
Fig. 3-1
DIP 1
2
3
ON
Fig. 3-2
3.1.2 Setting Access Level 2
As in Fig. 3-3, if Control Enable lock points to “I”, the FACP is under access level 2 (“1” of the
internal switch SW1 at OFF position, Fig. 3-2).
I
I
O
Evacuate
O
Control Enable
Fig. 3-3
3.1.3 Setting Access Level 3
If “1” of SW1 is at ON position (Fig. 3-4), whichever position the Control Enable lock is, the FACP
is under access level 3.
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DIP 1
2
3
ON
Fig. 3-4
3.2 Setting Relay Output
The sounder outputs and alarm output can be set to one of the three types of voltage output,
normally open contact output or normally closed contact output (refer to Fig. 3-5 for component
position). The default setting is voltage output.
Fig. 3-5
3.2.1 Example for Setting Voltage Output
Plugging fuse F2 and connecting foot 2 with 3 and 5 with 6 of X1 using jumpers will set Sounder 1
as voltage output.
3.2.2 Example for Setting Normally Open Output
Removing fuse F2 and connecting foot 1 with 2 and 4 with 5 of X1 using jumpers will set Sounder
1 as normally open output.
3.2.3 Example for Setting Normally Closed Output
Removing fuse F2 and connecting foot 1 with 2 and 3 with 4 of X1 using jumpers will set Sounder
1 as normally closed output.
Please refer to Table 3-1 for detailed settings for sounder output and alarm output.
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Table 3-1
Normally closed contact
Normally open contact
Voltage output contact
Output
Fuse to be
removed
Fuse to be
removed
Fuse to be
plugged
Sounder 1
F2
X1/
1&2,3&4
F2
X1/
1&2,4&5
F2
X1/
2&3,5&6
Sounder 2
F3
X2/
1&2,3&4
F3
X2/
1&2,4&5
F3
X2/
2&3,5&6
Sounder 3
F4
X3/
1&2,3&4
F4
X3/
1&2,4&5
F4
X3/
2&3,5&6
Sounder 4
F5
X4/
1&2,3&4
F5
X4/
1&2,4&5
F5
X4/
2&3,5&6
Alarm
output
F6
X5/
1&2,3&4
F6
X5/
1&2,4&5
F6
X5/
2&3,5&6
Jumpers
Jumpers
Jumpers
3.3 Setting Disabled Status
3.3.1 Use of Disable Function
In case of any fault with a detector or a zone, disabling it for repair does not affect normal
operation of other zones. After the trouble is removed, the disabled detector or zone can be
enabled again. This operation applies to the 16 detection zones, the 4 sounder outputs, fire alarm
output and fault output.
The setting progress will be indicated by the Disable LED under Program together with zonal
indicators.
3.3.2 Operation Steps
1
Enter Access Level 2. Refer to Section 3.1.2.
2
Press and hold Select for over 1 second until Disable LED flashes . Press Enter, Disable LED
illuminates constantly, and Fire LED of Zone 1 flashes, showing the system is in disable
setting mode and Zone 1 is selected.
3
Further presses of Select will switch the selected zone number from Zone 1~16 through
Sounder 1 Fault/Dis ~ Sounder 4 Fault/Dis, Alarm Output until Fault Output. Then press
Select again, it will be back to Zone 1.
4
For Zone 1 to 16, Fire LED in the corresponding zone will flash if the zone is selected. Press
Shift to choose whether or not to disable the selected zone. The illuminating Zone
Fault/Dis/Test LED indicates the zone is disabled.
5
For the 4 sounder outputs, if selected, the Sounder 1 Fault/Dis LED will flash if it’s selected.
Press Shift to choose whether or not to disable them. The illuminating Sounder 2 Fault/Dis
LED indicates the sounder outputs are disabled.
6
For Alarm Output, Sounder 3 Fault/Dis LED will flash if it’s selected. Press Shift to choose
whether or not to disable it. The illuminating Alarm Output LED indicates the zone is disabled.
7
For Fault Output, Sounder 4 Fault/Dis LED will flash if it’s selected. Press Shift to choose
whether or not to disable it. The illuminating Fault Output LED indicates it is disabled.
8
Press Enter to exit and save the current settings. If there is a zone or output been disabled,
the common Disable LED also illuminates. If you do not want to save the result, press Reset
to exit.
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Note: For PFS101/102/104, as they have only two Sounder outputs, the selected sounder output,
alarm output and fault output are distinguished by the different states of Sounder 1 Fault/Dis LED:
if sounder output is selected, Sounder 1 Fault/Dis LED illuminates steadily; if fire alarm output is
selected, it flashes quickly (0.25s on, 0.25s off); if fault output is selected, it flashes slowly (1:3).
3.4 Setting Testing Mode
3.4.1 Use of Testing Function
This function is for testing the performance of the FACP. In this mode, if fire signal comes from
one of the 16 detection zones, the FACP responds to it and generates fire alarm, but doesn’t
activate the sounders and alarm output.
A simple method to simulate a fire alarm is to connect a 470/2W resistor (accuracy 5%) in
parallel to the 4.7kΩ/0.25W resistor of a zone.
3.4.2 Operation Steps
1
Enter Access Level 2. Refer to Section 3.1.2.
2
Press and hold Select for over 1 second until Disable LED flashes.
3
Press Shift once, Test LED flashes. Press Enter, it constantly illuminates, and the Zone
Fault/Dis/Test LED for zone 1 flashes, showing Zone 1 is selected to test mode.
4
Further presses of Select will switch the selected zone number from 1 to 16. Then press
Select again, it will be back to Zone 1. The Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED will flash if the zone is
selected.
5
Press Shift to choose whether or not to set the selected zone to testing mode.
illuminating Fire LED indicates the zone is in testing mode.
6
Press Enter to exit and save the current settings. If you do not want to save the settings, press
Reset to exit. The In Test LED illuminates constantly if there are zones set to test mode.
The
3.5 Programming Output Modes
All output settings have to be done under Access Level 3. So before setting the outputs,
please first set the system to Level 3 according to the instructions in Section 3.1.
The FACP can be programmed through keypad for the following: setting the system to default
status, setting a zone with “instant manual call point”, setting sounder output mode of the zones,
setting sound pattern of the sounders, and setting the delay time of sounder outputs, alarm output
and fault output.
3.5.1 Setting the FACP to Default Status
3.5.1.1 Features of system default status

All zones are set as “Instant Manual Call Point” ON.

Sound Pattern of all sounders is Mode 3 (continuous output).

Delay mode of all sounders is Mode 4 (immediate output).

All delay time is 0.

There is no disabled zone.
3.5.1.2 Basic steps for setting the system to default status
The system provides a quick method to set the system to default:
1
Press and hold Select for 1 second, Disable LED flashes.
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2
Press Shift, Test LED flashes. Press Shift again, Test LED goes off and Output Program LED
flashes.
3
Press and hold Enter key for more than 2 seconds when Output Program LED is flashing, the
system is in default status.
3.5.2 Setting “Instant Manual Call Point”
The main purpose of this feature is to ensure that the pressed manual call points activate
immediate alarm signal. If a zone is set as “Instant Manual Call Point” ON, and any fire alarm
comes from that zone---either because a detector alarms or a call point is pressed---the FACP will
alarm fire without considering any pre-configured delay settings. This function applies to the 16 fire
detection zones.
1 Enter access level 3 with reference to descriptions in Section 3.1.3.
2 Press and hold Select for 1 second, Disable LED flashes. Press Shift, Test LED flashes.
Press Shift again, Test LED goes off and Output Program LED flashes. Press Enter when
the Output Program LED is flashing, it will change to continuously light, indicating the
FACP enters output setting status, and Disable and Test LED flash alternately.
3 Press Enter again, the Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED of Zone 1 flashes.
4 Press Select to select zones (zone 1 to 16), the Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED of selected zone
will flash. Press Shift to change the status of selected zone – “Instant Manual Call Point”
ON or OFF. The zone Fire LED illuminates if it is selected ON, and doesn’t light if it’s OFF.
5 Press Enter to save the settings and exit. Press Reset to exit without saving the settings.
3.5.3 Setting Sounder Output Mode of a Zone
Each of the four sounder outputs can be set to relate with one or more of the 16 zones, so that the
fire alarm from a certain zone would automatically start one or more of the sounder outputs.
3.5.3.1 Sounder Output Mode
There are three modes of sounder output as described in the following table.
Table 3-2
Mode
Description
Silence LED
Buzzer
1
No output
Off
Off
2
Alert mode, pulse type output
Fast flash 1:1
(0.25s on, 0.25s off)
Fast beep 1:1
(0.25s on, 0.25s off)
3
Evacuate mode, steady output
Slow flash 1:3
Slow beep 1:3
3.5.3.2 Steps for relating sounder output modes with zones
1
2
3
Enter output setting status following step 1 and 2 of Section 3.5.2, Disable and Test LED
flash alternately. Pressing Shift will turn off the Disable LED and make the Test LED flash.
Pressing Enter, Test LED will illuminate steadily, and the Fire LED of Zone 1 illuminates.
Pressing Select will select one of the four sounder outputs (corresponding Sounder
Fault/Dis LED illuminates), pressing Shift will choose one of the three sound modes as
indicated by the Silence LED and the buzzer.
Pressing Enter then will save the settings for Zone 1 and switch to the next zone
(corresponding Fire LED flashes) . Pressing Reset will exit the setting mode without
saving the result. Pressing Enter when only the zonal Fire LED illuminates will omit this
zone and jump to the next.
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3.5.4 Setting Delay Modes of Sounder Outputs
3.5.4.1 Sounder Delay Mode
The sounder outputs can be set to four delay modes as follows:
Table 3-3
Mode
Description
Silence LED
Buzzer
Off
Off
1
No output
2
If alarm relay outputs, it outputs.
Fast flash 1:1
(0.25s on, 0.25s off)
Fast beep 1:1
(0.25s on, 0.25s off)
3
Delay output
Slow flash 1:3
Slow beep 1:3
4
Immediate output
On
On
3.5.4.2 Steps for Setting Delay Output Mode
1
Enter output setting status following step 1 and 2 of Section 3.5.2, Disable and Test LED flash
alternately. Double-pressing Shift will turn off the Test LED and make the Disable LED flash.
Pressing Enter, Disable LED will illuminate steadily, and the Fire LED of Zone 1 illuminates.
2
Pressing Select will select one of the four sounder outputs (corresponding Sounder
Fault/Dis/Test LED illuminates), pressing Shift will choose one of the 4 delay modes as
indicated by the Silence LED and the buzzer.
3
Pressing Enter then will save the settings for Zone 1 and switch to the next zone
(corresponding Fire LED flashes). Pressing Reset will exit the setting mode without saving the
result. Pressing Enter when only the zonal Fire LED illuminates will omit this zone and jump to
the next.
3.5.5 Setting Output Delay Time
3.5.5.1 Calculating Delay Time
The FACP can be set to delay the output of sounders, alarm output and fault output. In this mode,
the delay time can be calculated, which is indicated by the Zone Fault/Dis/Test LEDs of Zone 1 to
8. The equation is as follows:
n
Td  0.5   (Cn  Xn)
i 1
In which,
Td is the delay time in minutes.
n=1, 2, 3…8, is the zone number.
Cn equals 1 or 0. If the Zone/Fault/Dis/Test LED of zone No. n illuminates, Cn=1; If it’s off, Cn=0.
Xn =n.
For example, in Fig. 3-6, Td=0.5×(1×1+0×2+1×3+1×4+….0×8)= 4 minutes
Please note that the four sounder outputs take the same delay time, the alarm output and fault
output can be set separately.
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Fire
Zone No.
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Zone
Fault/Dis/Test
Fig. 3-6
3.5.5.2 Steps for setting delay time
1.
Enter output setting status following step 1 and 2 of Section 3.5.2, Disable and Test LED flash
alternately. Pressing Shift for three times will make both of them flash. Pressing Enter, they
will illuminate steadily, indicating the delay time can be set.
2. Pressing Shift can choose one from the 4 Sounder outputs, Alarm output and Fault output. If
selected, corresponding LED will flash.
1) Setting delay time of sounder outputs
 Pressing Enter when Sounder 1 Fault/Dis ~ Sounder 4 Fault/Dis flash together will make
them illuminate steadily for delay time setting.
 Pressing Select can choose the value of Xn in the above equation indicated by the
flashing Fire LED. The number of the selected zone will be the value of Xn.
 Pressing Shift can choose the value of Cn indicated by the Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED of
Zone 1 to 8 as described in Section 3.5.5.1.
 Pressing Enter will save the result and pressing Reset will exit without saving the result.
Pressing Reset again will exit the delay time setting.
 Pressing Reset once more will exit output setting status.
2) Setting the delay time of alarm output
When Alarm Output is flashing, pressing Enter will make it illuminate steadily for setting its
delay time. The following setting steps are the same as setting the delay time for the sounder
outputs.
3) Setting the delay time of fault output
When Fault Output LED is flashing, pressing Enter will make it illuminate steadily for setting
its delay time. The following setting steps are the same as setting the delay time for the
sounder outputs.
Note:
PFS104 has only four Fire and Fault/Dis/Test LEDs. In the above equation, the zone number n=1,
2, 3, 4. The maximum delay time is 5 minutes.
The delay time settings are not applicable to PFS101 and PFS102.
3.6 Setting Ground Fault Checking and Auxiliary Power


Shorting X8 (position as in Fig. 3-5) with a jumper, the FACP will be able to check Ground
fault.
Setting auxiliary power output: If the devices powered by Aux. 24V power require
continuous output, you can connect Pin 1 and 2 of X9 (Fig. 3-5) with a jumper. If they are
to be reset together with the FACP, you can connect Pin 2 and 3 with a jumper, so that it
stops output for 3 seconds when the panel resets.
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Chapter 4 Operation Instructions
4.1 Working State Description
4.1.1 State of Detection Zones




Fire: If a zone is in fire alarm, the zonal Fire LED flashes (1:1), and the common FIRE LED
illuminates.
Fault: If a zone is in fault, the Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED and the Common Fault LED flash.
Pressing Mute key, the Common Fault LED will illuminate.
Disabled: If a zone is disabled, the Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED and the common Disable LED
illuminate.
Normal: If a zone is in normal status, the zonal Fire and Zone Fault/Dis/Test LED should be
off.
4.1.2 Output State




Action: If the alarm output and fault output is activated, corresponding LEDs will illuminate.
Fault: If there is fault with the 4 sounder outputs, alarm output or fault output, their
corresponding LED and the Common Fault LED flash ( which turns to illuminate if Mute key is
pressed).
Disabled: If one of the 4 sounder outputs is disabled, its LED will illuminate. If the alarm output
or the fault output is disabled, the corresponding LED will flash at 1:3, and the common
Disable LED illuminates.
Normal: If these outputs are in normal status, all LEDs should be off.
4.1.3 Safe State
When there is fault with the control microprocessor and circuit making the FACP unable to work
properly, it enters safe state.








Common Fault and System Fault LED illuminates.
The buzzer is on.
The keypad cannot be operated.
The FACP cannot monitor fire.
Fault output actions.
Other outputs remain the states before the FACP enters safe state.
Other indicators remain the states before the FACP enters safe state.
Safe state can only be cleared by re-powering up the FACP.
4.1.4 Description of the Buzzer
The buzzer of the FACP sounds by priority coming from high to low as follows: Safe state, delayed
output, Fire, Fault, and Normal. The sound patterns of the buzzer are:
 For delayed output, it sounds steadily.
 For fire alarm: 0.25s on,0.25s off.
 For fault: 0.5s on,4.0s off.
 For safe state, it sounds steadily.
4.1.5 Notes



Access levels are downwards applicable. A higher level enables access at levels lower than it.
If there is no key pressed for over 4 minutes or if the access level is changed, all previous
operation will be canceled and the FACP would return to normal standby state.
Pressing Reset can exit present settings, and repeated press on Reset will return to standby
state.
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


A delayed output is only valid if all of the following conditions are met:
 The zone is set as delayed output.
 The FACP is in Day mode.
 There is no manual call point in the zone.
 There is no fire alarm from other zones.
 If fire alarm comes from other zones when a zone is in delay output mode, then the delay
mode will be canceled and this zone will output immediately.
If there is fault with the memory, all settings will be cleared and have to be reset. They shall be
first set to default values as described in Section 3.5, and then reset to applicable values.
After resetting, the memory fault will automatically clear.
If one of the sounder outputs, alarm output or fault output is disabled or in fault, it cannot be
activated.
4.2 Acknowledgement and Silence of Fault and Fire Alarm
The fault and fire alarm can be acknowledged and silenced at access level 1.
Pressing Mute if a fault or fire alarm comes, they will be acknowledged and the buzzer will be
silenced. If a fault is acknowledged, the Common Fault LED will change from flashing to
illuminating. If a fire alarm is acknowledged, the corresponding Fire LED will change from flashing
to illuminating. Pressing Mute again will resume the beeping of the buzzer.
4.3 Silencing the Sounders
The sounders can be silenced at access level 2.
Pressing Silence will silence the sounders, and pressing it again will make them re-sound.
4.4 Self-test and Reset
Self-test and Reset can be carried out at access level 2.
The FACP will start self-test on power-up. Pressing Reset for 1 second when it’s running can
clear all audio and visual indication and self-test again. The self-test can check all indicators and
the buzzer. After self-test, it resume monitor status.
4.5 Setting Day/Night Mode
Day and night mode is related with delay output. If there is person on duty, you can set the panel
to Day mode, thus any fire alarm output will be delayed for confirmation to avoid false alarm. If
there is nobody on duty, you can set the panel to Night mode, so that the FACP will output
immediately on receiving a fire alarm. There are two ways to switch between Day/Night modes.
1. Shorting DAY MODE input terminal will force the FACP into Night mode.
2. Pressing and holding Shift for 1 second at access level 2 will change the Day/Night Mode. If Day
mode is chosen, the Delay Programmed LED and the common Disable LED will illuminate.
Note: If the panel has worked in Day mode for 18 hours, it will automatically transfer to Night mode,
and Delay Programmed LED flashes, showing the panel is in fault. You can press Reset to clear
the fault at access level 2. PFS101 and PFS102 only have Night mode. The FACP cannot transfer
to Day mode when all output delay time is 0 or when all zones are set to instant manual call point
ON and fault output delay time is 0.
4.6 Evacuate Control
The Evacuate lock is used for manual control of the sounder outputs disregarding any previous
settings to them.
As in Fig. 4-1, if the Evacuate lock points to I, the 4 sounder outputs will be started.
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I
I
O
Evacuate
O
Control Enable
Fig. 4-1
As in Fig. 4-2, if the Evacuate lock points to O, the 4 sounder output will be turned off.
I
I
O
Evacuate
O
Control Enable
Fig. 4-2
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Chapter 5 Calculation of Standby Battery Capacity
The equation for calculating the battery capacity is as follows:
Battery Capacity(Ah)= (IQmax+ IQout)×T1+(IQmin+ILmax+IFout)×T2
In which,
IQmax is the maximum standby current of the FACP in full load, which is 0.196A (calculated based
on 16 zones).
IQout is the auxiliary output current in standby condition, which is 0.02A
IQmin is the FACP circuit consumption in fire condition, which is 0.15A.
ILmax is the maximum current allowed for 16 detection zones, which is 0.4A.
IFout is the output current in alarm condition, which is 1.05A (0.97A for 4 sounder outputs and the
fire alarm output, and 0.08A for the auxiliary output).
T1 is the time for the battery to work in monitoring status which shall be 24 hours by AS 7240.4
standard.
T2 is the time for the battery to work in alarm status which shall be 30 minutes by AS 7240.4
standard.
From the above, we can get the maximum battery capacity is 5.984Ah, so that we recommended a
7Ah battery to be used for the system. And as the above calculations are based on the 16-zone
PFS116, they are also applicable to PFS101, PFS102, PFS104 and PFS108.
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Chapter 6 Servicing
The FACP shall be serviced by specially trained engineers. Please disconnect power before
servicing.
6.1 Replacing the Battery

Type: Sealed lead-acid battery.

Recommend period for replacement: 5 years(25℃)


Recommended manufacturer and model: Yuasa NP7-12
Disposal of used batteries: Please properly dispose the used batteries according to your local
rules and regulations.
WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE!
6.2 Replacing the Fuses
Position
Control Board F7.820.881
Mark
F1,6
Rated value
F 0.5AL250V
Control Board F7.820.881
F2~5
F 1AL250V
Control Board F7.820.881
F7
CT 2AH250V
6.2.1 Cautions
6.2.1.1 Please disconnect power before replacing the fuse.
6.2.1.2 For F1, F6 and F2 to F5, please replace them by correctly rated fuses.
6.2.1.3 For F7, please follow the steps below:
1)
Remove the protective cover from the control board, you will see the fuse F7.
2)
Remove the protective cover and replace the fuse.
3)
After replacement, put back the fuse cover and the protective cover.
6.3 Troubleshooter
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No.
1
2
3
4
5
Problem
Possible Reason
Resolution
a. AC input fuse F7 is damaged,
Pin X6, X7 are not connected with a. Replace the fuse, and connect
the jumper.
jumper.
No LED lights on
b. Replace the control board.
b. Power supply doesn’t work
power-up
c. Check and re-connect the
properly.
c. Connection between the control cable.
board and display board is loose.
a. Check and apply AC power and
replace the fuse F7 on the control
a. Mains power is not applied or board.
Reports AC fault or
mains input fuse is blown.
b. Connect the batteries. If the
battery fault on
b. Batteries are not fitted or
problem still exists after the FACP
power-up
has been applied with mains
low-battery.
power for over 24 hours, please
replace the batteries.
a. Pin X1~X5 on the control board
are not correctly set.
Incorrect report on
a. Check settings of X1~X5
detection zone status b. Fuse F2~F6 on the control
b. Check and replace the fuses.
board is damaged or loosely
or output
c. Replace the control board.
cable-checking status connected.
c. Damaged control board.
Settings cannot be
D9(24LC02) on the display board Inform our technical service
saved
is damaged
engineer to replace D9(24LC02)
Connection of XS1 or D1 on the
The lock or keys
display board with the socket is
Check the connection.
cannot be operated.
loose.
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Appendix 1 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS116 FACP
Fault Output
Z9 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z13 Z14 Z15 Z16 COM 0V
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Appendix 2 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS108 FACP
Fault Output
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Appendix 3 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS104 FACP
Fault Output
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Appendix 4 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS102 FACP
Fault Output
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Installation and Operation Manual
Appendix 5 Internal Wiring Diagram for PFS101 FACP
Fault Output
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PFS101/102/104/108/116
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
Appendix 6 Appearance of PFS108 FACP
mm
0.5
10
Fire
FIRE
Disable
Silence Common
Fault
System AC
Fault Fault
Zone No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Zone
Fault/Dis/Test
Power
Supply
Select
<Shift>
Day/Night
OutputProgram
Reset
Mute
Enter
Silence
Resound
O
O
Evacuate
Control Enable
Complies To AS 7420.2
320mm
Delay
In
Test Programmed
Test
Fault Output
I
I
Ground Delay
Fault Running
Disable
Sounder 3 Alarm Output
Fault/Dis
Sounder 4
Fault/Dis
Sounder 2
Fault/Dis
Program
Battery
Fault
Sounder 1
Fault/Dis
430mm
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PFS101/102/104/108/116
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
Appendix 7 Appearance of PFS104 FACP
0.5
10
Fire
FIRE Silence Common
Fault
Disable
System
Fault
AC
Fault
1
Zone No.
2
3
4
Zone Fault/Dis/Test
Delay
Running
Disable
Test
Sounder 2
Fault Output
Select
<Shift>
Day/Night
I
I
Output Program
Reset
Enter
320mm
Delay
Power
In
Test Programmed Supply
Alarm Output
Fault/Dis
Program
Battery Ground
Fault Fault
Sounder 1
Fault/Dis
430mm
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Mute
Silence
Resound
O
Evacuate
O
Control Enable
mm
PFS101/102/104/108/116
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
Appendix 8 Appearance of PFS102 FACP
0
10
Fire
FIRE Silence Common
Fault
Disable
System AC
Fault Fault
Zone No.
1
2
Zone Fault/Dis/Test
Program
Power
Supply
Select
<Shift>
Day/Night
Sounder 2
Fault Output
I
Output Program
Reset
Enter
320mm
In
Test
Test
Alarm Output
Fault/Dis
Battery Ground
Fault
Fault
Disable
Sounder 1
Fault/Dis
430mm
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Mute
Silence
Resound
I
O
Evacuate
Control Enable
m
.5m
PFS101/102/104/108/116
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
Appendix 9 Appearance of PFS101 FACP
0.5
10
Fire
FIRE Silence Common
Fault
Disable
System
Fault
AC
Fault
Zone No.
1
Zone Fault/Dis/Test
Program
Disable
Test
Sounder 2
Fault Output
Select
<Shift>
Day/Night
I
I
Output Program
Reset
Enter
320mm
Power
Supply
Alarm Output
Fault/Dis
Battery Ground
Fault
Fault
In
Test
Sounder 1
Fault/Dis
430mm
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Mute
Silence
Resound
O
Evacuate
O
Control Enable
mm
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