GST5000 Installation and Operation Manual

GST5000
Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Operation Manual
(Issue 4.01, September 2005)
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Product Introduction ..................................................................................... 1
Chapter 2 Technical Parameters.................................................................................... 1
2.1 Operating Voltage.................................................................................................... 1
2.2 Standby Batteries .................................................................................................... 2
2.3 Communication Loop Parameters ........................................................................... 2
2.3.1 RS485 Communication Loop ............................................................................ 2
2.3.2 RS232 Communication Loop ............................................................................ 2
2.4 Detection Loop Parameters ..................................................................................... 2
2.5 Output Loop Parameters ......................................................................................... 2
2.6 Dimension................................................................................................................ 3
2.6.1 Wall-mounted GST5000 FACP ......................................................................... 3
2.6.2 Rack type GST5000 FACP ............................................................................... 3
2.6.3 Console type GST5000 control panel ............................................................... 4
Chapter 3 Structure and Configuration ......................................................................... 5
3.1 Display and Operation Area..................................................................................... 5
3.1.1 Indicators .......................................................................................................... 6
3.1.2 Key Functions ................................................................................................... 7
3.2 Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel (ZCP) ............................................ 8
3.2.1 Structure ........................................................................................................... 8
3.2.2 Functions .......................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Configuration ........................................................................................................... 9
3.3.1 Typical Configuration......................................................................................... 9
3.3.2 Optional Configuration .................................................................................... 14
3.4 Field Devices ......................................................................................................... 15
3.4.1 A Series of Intelligent Fire Detectors ............................................................... 15
3.4.2 Modules .......................................................................................................... 15
3.4.3 Loop Isolator ................................................................................................... 15
3.4.4 Manual Call Point............................................................................................ 15
3.4.5 Addressable Sounder Strobe .......................................................................... 15
3.4.6 GST852RP Repeater Panel............................................................................ 15
3.5 Configuration(C&E formula and devices)Software............................................ 16
Chapter 4 Mounting ...................................................................................................... 16
4.1 Configuration Inspection ........................................................................................ 16
4.1.1 Check Engineering Configuration ................................................................... 16
4.1.2 Check Internal Configurations and Interconnection of the Control Panel........ 16
4.2 Installation of the Cabinet ...................................................................................... 16
4.2.1 Installation condition and method of wall-mounted FACP ............................... 16
4.2.2 Installation condition and method of rack type and console-typed control panel.
................................................................................................................................. 17
4.3 Start-up Check....................................................................................................... 17
4.4 Connections of Field Devices ................................................................................ 18
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4.4.1 Connection of Sounder Circuit Output ............................................................ 19
4.4.2 Connection of F.P.E. Output ............................................................................ 20
4.4.3 Connection of Fire Alarm Output..................................................................... 20
4.4.4 Connection of Ring Detection Loop ................................................................ 21
4.4.5 Connection of Communication Loop ............................................................... 21
4.4.6 Connection of Ring Module............................................................................. 21
4.5 Connection Inspection and Device Registration .................................................... 22
4.5.1 Connection Inspection .................................................................................... 22
4.5.2 Registration of Devices ................................................................................... 22
4.6 Definition of Devices.............................................................................................. 23
4.6.1 Mounting ......................................................................................................... 23
4.6.2 Adding Fire Alarm Control Panel ..................................................................... 24
4.6.3 Zone Definition................................................................................................ 25
4.6.4 Loop Definition ................................................................................................ 30
4.6.5 Definition of Loop Devices and ZCP ............................................................... 31
4.7 Definition of C&E Linkage Formula........................................................................ 39
4.7.1 Use of C&E Formula ....................................................................................... 39
4.7.2 Arrangement of C&E ....................................................................................... 39
4.7.3 Basic steps for defining C&E formulas ............................................................ 41
4.7.4 Downloading the formulas to the control panel ............................................... 47
4.7.5 Browsing C&E formula on the control panel.................................................... 49
4.8 Field Devices Commission .................................................................................... 50
Chapter 5 Display and Disposal of System Information............................................ 51
5.1 Normal Information ................................................................................................ 51
5.2 Information of Fire Alarm ....................................................................................... 51
5.2.1 Fire Alarm Screen ........................................................................................... 51
5.2.2 Disposal of Fire Alarm Signal .......................................................................... 54
5.3 Fault Information.................................................................................................... 54
5.3.1 Screen of Fault Information............................................................................. 54
5.3.2 Disposal of Fault Information .......................................................................... 55
5.4 Disable and Enable ............................................................................................... 56
5.4.1 Use of Disable/Enable..................................................................................... 56
5.4.2 Disable/Enable of Devices .............................................................................. 56
5.4.3 Browsing Isolation Information ........................................................................ 57
5.5 Manual Start and Stop of Loop Devices................................................................. 58
5.5.1 “START/STOP” operation through Keyboard on Main Unit ............................. 58
5.5.2 Operation of the Devices by ZCP.................................................................... 59
5.5.3 Browsing Start Information .............................................................................. 59
5.6 Resetting and Silencing of the System .................................................................. 60
5.7 Rules for Information Display................................................................................. 61
5.8 Rules for Sound Indication .................................................................................... 61
Chapter 6 Description of System Operating ............................................................... 61
6.1 Keyboard ............................................................................................................... 61
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6.1.1 Functions ........................................................................................................ 61
6.1.2 Common Method of Data Input ....................................................................... 61
6.1.3 Method of Browsing Information ..................................................................... 62
6.1.4 Keyboard Unlock and Lock ............................................................................. 62
6.2 User Operation Instruction..................................................................................... 62
6.2.1 Changing time display..................................................................................... 62
6.2.2 Browsing history records................................................................................. 62
6.3 Instructions for System Operator ........................................................................... 63
6.3.1 Self Test .......................................................................................................... 63
6.3.2 Printer Setting ................................................................................................. 63
6.3.3 Security Mode ................................................................................................. 64
6.3.4 Extinguishing Mode......................................................................................... 65
6.3.5 Modification of time ......................................................................................... 65
6.4 Instructions for System Administrator .................................................................... 66
6.4.1 Password Modification .................................................................................... 66
6.4.2 Communication Setting ................................................................................... 68
6.4.3 Working State Setting...................................................................................... 68
6.4.4 Fire Display Mode ........................................................................................... 69
6.4.5 Zone Browser.................................................................................................. 70
6.4.6 Formula Browser............................................................................................. 70
6.4.7 Browsing supervisory data of addressable devices ........................................ 70
Chapter 7 Commissioning Functions.......................................................................... 71
7.1 Getting into Commission Mode.............................................................................. 71
7.2 Exiting Commission Mode ..................................................................................... 72
7.3 Registration at Any Time........................................................................................ 72
7.4 Loop Card Isolation ............................................................................................... 72
7.5 Detector Searching................................................................................................ 72
7.6 Protection of C&E Formulas .................................................................................. 72
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting and Regular Checks ....................................................... 73
8.1 General Fault Treatment........................................................................................ 73
8.2 Regular Checks and Replacement ........................................................................ 74
Chapter 9 Calculation of Battery Capacity.................................................................. 77
Appendix 1:Internal Wirings ...................................................................................... 78
Appendix 1: Internal Connection Diagram.................................................................. 80
Appendix 2 Device Type List........................................................................................ 81
Appendix 3 Operation Menu ........................................................................................ 83
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Preface
GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel Installation and Operation Manual includes
two parties: generic part and Fireman’s Control Panel part. This is generic part. Please
refer to relative part for description on Fireman’s Control Panel.
Please assign a specific person to keep this manual for occasional use during operation of
the GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel.
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel has been designed by EN 54-2 standard
with simple installation, operation, and easy maintenance qualities. It can be used in the
fire alarm system with the following features:
(1) It supports 60 fire zones. Each zone has Alarm and FLT/Disable LEDs and a zone
label separately. It’s expandable to supporting a maximum of 256 zones.
(2) It can provide 4 ring detection loops that can be expanded up to 28. Being
compatible with a series of GST addressable products, each loop can connect to
235 addressable devices. It can connect with I-9403 addressable sounder strobe
designed by EN54-3, I-9103 heat detector by EN 54-5, I-9102 smoke detector by
EN 54-7, I-9202 manual call point by EN 54-11, I-9105R infrared beam detector by
EN 54-12, I-9300 and I-9301 module by GEI1-052 and C-9503 Loop Isolator by
GEI1-084.
(3) Graphic display can show 320×240 dot matrix, assisting the 15 LEDs to conduct
independent indications of important information.
(4) Non-lost electricity memory when saving system data. The data won’t lose if
electricity goes off.
(5) It has manual keys for each zone, which can activate/mute the sounder strobe
separately.
(6) Automatically prompting operation steps for every alarm device and for smoke
exhaust and fire extinguisher by field programming.
(7) With sounder strobe interface providing 0.5A/24V output. It can connect with
C-9403 conventional sounder strobe by EN 54-3.
(8) RS232 interface enables communication with PC.
(9) RS485 interface enables the control panel to be included into fire supervisory
network.
Chapter 2 Technical Parameters
2.1 Operating Voltage
—
Input Voltage: 230VAC±10%
—
Frequency: 50Hz
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Input Current: 0.75A
—
Fuse: 2A delay
—
Wiring: The shield wire with diameter not less than 1.5mm should be adopted. It
has to comply with local code when installing.
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2.2 Standby Batteries
—
Maximum Charge Current: Float charging 27.2V@0.8A
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Type: Sealed lead acid batteries
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Maximum Charge Capacity: 38 Ah
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Fuse: 8A
—
Wiring: GST FireCable®2E/1.5
2core and Earth 1.5mm CSA
2.3 Communication Loop Parameters
2.3.1 RS485 Communication Loop
—
NETWORK (A, B): Communication bus, for connecting with up to 32 network
control panels of different model.
—
REPEATER (A, B): Communication bus for connecting with 64 repeater
panels at most.
Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2core and Earth 1mm CSA
2.3.2 RS232 Communication Loop
RS232 communication loop is connected with CRT system installed in PC through RJ45
plug connector.
Wiring: Cable length should be less than 15m.
2.4 Detection Loop Parameters
—
LOOP OUT (+, -): Polarized signal bus from GST5000, connecting with 235
addressable devices at most.
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LOOP IN (+, -): Polarized signal bus returning to GST5000.
—
Output Voltage: 24V pulse
—
Output Current: 0.3A
Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2core and Earth 1mm CSA
2.5 Output Loop Parameters
Wiring: GST FireCable ® 2E/1.0
2core and Earth 1mm CSA
(1) FIRE ALARM OUTPUT (+, -)
Output Voltage: 21VDC~27VDC
Output Current: 0.5A
Terminal Resistor: 4.7KΩ
(2) F.P.E OUTPUT (+, -)
Output Voltage: 21VDC~27VDC
Output Current: 0.5A
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(3) SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT (+, -)
Output Voltage: 21VDC~27VDC
Output Current: 0.5A
Terminal Resistor: 4.7KΩ
(4) FAULT OUTPUT (NC, COM, NO)
Contact Capacity: 24VDC @1.0A
In fault state, NC and COM open, NO and COM close.
2.6 Dimension
2.6.1 Wall-mounted GST5000 FACP
Dimension (Length × Width × Height): 500mm×170mm×700mm
LCD
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CLOCK
×
Zone Indication and
Manual Interventiona Panel
Fireman's Panel
Fig. 2.1
2.6.2 Rack type GST5000 FACP
Dimension (Length × Width × Height): 580mm×520mm×1715mm
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0
580
LCD
Display and Operation Area
GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
Printer
CLOCK
1
2
3
+
6
=
4
5
7
8
9
*
0
×
GST64ZCP Zone Indication
and Manual Intervention Panel
GST64ZCP Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel
GST014FCP Fireman's Switch Panel
GST64ZCP Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel
SELF
TEST
0
1
MANUAL
1715
Optional Units
GST014FCP Fireman's Switch Panel
PSU24-6RM Intelligent
Power Supply Panel
INTELLIGENT PSU
Optional Units
Fig. 2.2
2.6.3 Console type GST5000 control panel
Dimension (Length × Width × Height, single unit ): 555mm×933mm(with table)
×1350mm
Dimension (length × width × height, double unit): 1045mm×933mm (with
table)×1350mm
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1045
484
484
LCD
Printer
GST014FCP
Fireman's Switch Panel
GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
SELF
TEST
0
1
CLOCK
MANUAL
GST64ZCP Zone Indication
and Manual Intervention
Panel
1
2
3
+
4
5
6
=
7
8
9
*
0
×
GST014FCP Fireman's Switch Panel
534
Optional Units
PSU24-6RM Intelligent
Power Supply Panel
GST64ZCP Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel
INTELLIGENT PSU
1350
370
750
563
50
100
Fig. 2.3
Note: There are three types of GST5000 FACP: wall-mounted type, rack type and
console type. These three types will not be described differently in this manual.
Differences will be elaborated separately and the similarities described together.
Chapter 3 Structure and Configuration
3.1 Display and Operation Area
The display and operation area is shown in Fig. 3.1, which consists of LCD display,
indicators, clock display, keyboard and printer.
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CLOCK
1
2
3
+
4
5
6
=
7
8
9
*
0
×
Fig. 3.1
3.1.1 Indicators
—
FIRE: Red. This light on means the control panel has checked fire alarm state
of connected detectors. Detailed messages are shown in LCD. When fire
alarms are cleared, press “RESET” key to turn it off.
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COMMON FAULT: Yellow. Lit when any fault occurs.
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DISABLED: Yellow. Lit when connected devices, F.P.E. output or SOUNDER
output are in isolation state.
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MUTE: Green. When the control panel sounds alarm, press “MUTE” key, this
LED lights, and the speaker stops alarming. If “MUTE” key is pressed again or
there are new alarms, it goes out and the control panel sounds again.
—
POWER HEALTHY: Green. Remains lit when main power or standby power of
the system is normal.
—
SYSTEM FAULT: Yellow. Lit when the program fails or the system cannot
operate normally.
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AC FAULT: Yellow. Lit when the 220VAC is cut off or defected. And it goes out
when the power becomes normal.
—
BATTERY FAULT: Yellow. Lit when standby power is in fault and gone when
the fault is cleared.
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— F.P.E. FLT/DISABLE: Yellow. Lit when F.P.E. output is in fault or isolated.
—
SOUNDER FLT/DISABLE: Yellow. Lit when SOUNDER output is in fault or
isolated.
—
PLANT CONTROL: Green. Action message indication. Lit when there are
feedback signal inputs of fire-protective plant.
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SECURITY MODE: Green. Lit when security detector is in valid state.
—
EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM RELEASE: Green. Lit when the extinguishing
system has been activated.
—
EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM REQUEST: Green. Lit when the extinguishing
system is ready to be activated or in delay state.
—
EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM PERMIT: Green. Lit when the extinguishing
system gets permission to be activated.
3.1.2 Key Functions
—
MUTE: To make sound quiet.
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RESET: To reset the system.
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TAB: To shift time display.
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ESC: To turn back to previous menu or system normal menu.
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VIEW FIRE: Viewing fire messages.
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VIEW FAULT: Viewing fault messages.
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VIEW DISABLE: Viewing isolation messages.
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VIEW PLANT: Viewing action messages.
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SELFTEST: The control panel tests itself.
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DISABLE: To isolate the devices.
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ENABLE: To de-isolate the devices.
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CLOCK: To modify system time.
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START: To start the device.
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STOP: To stop the device.
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PRINT: Printer equipment.
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SECURITY MODE: To set security mode.
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EXTNGUISHING MODE: To set gas releasing mode.
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BROWSE: To look through system configuration.
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LOG: To look through history events.
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SYSTEM: System setting menu.
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△ and =: To look through more than one message.
=
▽
3.2 Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel (ZCP)
Three types of GST5000 FACP, whose zone indication and manual intervention panels
have the same structure and function. The cabinet of wall-mounted GST5000 FACP can
connect with only one GST64ZCP zone indication and manual intervention panel. Rack
type and console type can connected with more according to requests.
3.2.1 Structure
The ZCP includes two LED boards and one control board. Control board connects with
the two LED boards through pins. Structure of the control board is shown in Fig. 3.2.
Fig. 3.2
Every loop card can drive 4 ZCPs. All of them are connected together with a 10p ribbon
cable through XS1 of the control board.
We can use the switch to set a code for each ZCP.
z
No. 1: 1, 6, 8 at ON, others at OFF.
z
No. 2: 2, 6, 7 at ON, others at OFF.
z
No. 3: 3, 5, 8 at ON, others at OFF.
z
No. 4: 4, 5, 7 at ON, others at OFF.
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3.2.2 Functions
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Key
Label
GST64ZCP Zone Indication and Manual Intervention Panel
Fig. 3.3
Each switch includes a red LED, a yellow LED, a key (which can directly initiate
connected devices) and a label (brief description of the start key).
The ZCP can be defined as three operation modes:
a)
Zone direction mode [ZoneDir]
When fire occurs in a zone, corresponding red LED is lit and the sounder strobe is
automatically initiated; when fault occurs, corresponding yellow LED flashes; when
disabling all devices in the zone, corresponding yellow LED is constantly lit.
When pressing the key of the zone, the sounder strobe is initiated; press again, it is
stopped.
b)
Silence mode [Silence]
Press this key, all connected sounder strobes are silenced and red LED lit; press it
again, the silenced sounder strobes sound again, and red LED goes out. In silence
mode, when new alarm occurs, all silenced sounder strobes activate again.
c)
Point device mode
Single startable devices can also be defined on the ZCP. Press the key, corresponding
device is initiated and red LED is lit. Press the key again, corresponding device stops,
red LED goes out.
3.3 Configuration
3.3.1 Typical Configuration
(1) Wall-mounted GST5000 FACP
A typical FACP system consists of a control cabinet, a loop interface board, a P.S.U
system, display and operation area and a ZCP.
① Control cabinet
Cabinet is the core part of the FACP, mainly consisting of 3 parts: motherboard, main
board, and loop card. RS232 and RS485 communication cards can be inserted like in
Fig. 3.4.
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A: Motherboard Illustration
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Fig. 3.4
Fig. 3.4 shows the structure of the motherboard installed on the bottom of the control
part. It connects with the AC-DC100W power supply through terminals. There are 4
channel slots for plugging main board, loop card and 232 and 485 communication
cards.
XT4: Connecting with AC-DC100W power supply.
XT7: Connecting with switchboard.
B: Illustrations of main board, loop card and communication card
Appearances of main board, loop card and communication card are shown in
Fig. 3.5.
Ones degit
Run LED
Run LED
Run LED
Communication LED
To Switch Board
Fault LED
Tens degit
Communication LED
Run LED
Communication LED
To Zone Indication and
Manual Intervention Panel
To CRT
Mainboard
Circuit Board
485 Communication Board
232 Communication Board
Fig. 3.5
There are two decimal code switches on each loop card and communication card
respectively, representing tens digit and ones digit. They are used to set the channel
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number of loop card and communication card. The loop card is double. The code switch
sets the channel number of the first channel, and automatically adding 1 for the second
channel. The numbers of communication card and loop card can be mixed randomly.
Example: In code switch of loop card, tens digit is 0, ones digit is 1. The channel number
of the first loop is 1, and that of the second loop is 2.
② Loop interface board
It is signal interface board of the FACP, which has communication port, detecting port,
fire alarm output port, fault output port and etc. The loop interface board makes field
devices and the FACP compose a whole fire alarm system.
③ Power supply
It provides the control cabinet, loop interface board and printer with voltage. Non-lost
electricity ensures that all the registered devices being monitored after commission.
④ Display and operation area
It can indicate and show all kinds of status information resulting from operations from
keyboard (such as browsing, setting, and printing).
⑤ Zone indication and manual intervention panel (ZCP)
Indicating fire, and fault/Isolation of corresponding devices, and starting or stopping
them.
(2) Typical configurations of GST5000 rack type and console type:
Comparing with wall mounted type, GST5000 console type’s control cabinet can be
connected with intelligent PSU panel and more loop cards.
① Control Cabinet
Main control unit is the core part of the control panel, including motherboard, main board,
232 communication card, 485 communication card and loop card.
A: Motherboard
Fig. 3.6 shows the structure of the motherboard of the control panel installed on the
bottom of the control part. It connects with the DC-DC convertor through terminals.
There are 10 channel slots for plugging main board, loop card and communication cards.
The control panel is expandable to at most two motherboard boxes.
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Communication Bus in Parallel
Channel Slot
Signal Bus
Fig. 3.6
— Communication bus in parallel: Used for system extension
— Channel Slot: Used to plug main board, loop card and communication card on.
— XP3: Connecting with DC-DC convertor
— ZAn, ZBn(n=1~20): 1~10 channel signal bus terminals
Note: When DC-DC convertor is switched off, loop 24V is not cut off. If you want
to plug or pull the circuit board in the main unit, please disconnect main and
standby power.
B: Main board, loop card, communication card
Appearances of main board, loop card and communication card are the same as
GST5000 wall mounted control panel.
C: Illustration of DC-DC Convertor
DC-DC converting module is shown in Fig. 3.7.
Work Switch
Communication 5V LED
Main power 24V LED
COM
5V
RUN
24V
Main Power 5V LED
Work LED
Battery Switch
MAIN
5V
WORK
BATTERY
GND1
+5V1
Switch Board 5V
GND1
+5V1
Printer
24V
Display Board 5V
GND
+24V
BATTERY
FUSE(10A)
BAT
1
BAT
2
Battery Fuse
Battery Terminal
ACF
GND1
+5V1
GND2
+5V2
BAF
ACF
GND
24V
GND
DC-DC CONVERTOR
Battery Check
AC Check
Fig. 3.7
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PSU24-6RM intelligent PSU is used to supply power to modules and corresponding
controlled devices.
PSU24-6RM is shown in Fig. 3.8.
INTELLIGENT PSU
Fig. 3.8
A
Indicators and switches:
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MUTE Key: Press “MUTE” to silence the PSU panel when fault occurs. The
sound will resume when new fault occurs.
—
TEST/RESET Key: Under monitoring state, this is “TEST” key, testing all
display components as pressing it, which should be normally lit; after self-test,
press “TEST” key again, it will self-test again. Under fault state, this is
“RESET” key to clear the fault. “RESET” key can clear the fault display and
fault alarm sound.
B
—
POWER ON LED: Green. For AC power indication.
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CHARGING LED: Green. Indicating the charging mode.
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AC FAULT LED: Yellow. Lit when AC power voltage is higher than 260VAC or
lower than 160VAC. The buzzer will alarm at the same time.
—
BATTERY FAULT LED: Yellow. Lit when battery voltage is lower than 15VDC
or higher than 28VDC. The buzzer will alarm at the same time.
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OVERLOAD LED: Red. Lit when battery voltage is higher than 28VDC. The
buzzer will alarm at the same time.
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OUTPUT FAULT LED: Yellow. Lit when a break or short circuit occurs or
output current is higher than 8A. The buzzer will alarm at the same time.
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MUTE LED: Red. Lit when in mute state.
—
Display windows indicate the input AC voltage, output voltage and output
current.
Terminals
Back of the PSU and terminals are shown in Fig. 3.9.
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220V
3.15A
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
AC
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+
-
BAT.
BATTERY
10A
BAT. FUSE
GND
10A
+24V
EXTERNAL
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
GND
FUSE
Fig. 3.9
—
AC ON/OFF: AC ON applies AC power, and AC OFF disconnects AC power.
—
BATTERY ON/OFF: BATTERY ON applies battery, and BATTERY OFF
disconnects battery.
—
+, - (BAT.): Battery input.
—
+24V, GND (EXTERNAL OUTPUT): 24VDC main output.
—
+24V, GND (INTERNAL OUTPUT): 24VDC multi-wire power output.
—
AC socket: 220VAC power input (including chassis earth).
3.3.2 Optional Configuration
(1) Fireman’s Control Panel
Fireman’s Controller is an important device in the system. These devices include fire
pump, smoke exhauster and blower. Fireman’s Controller of GST5000 intelligent fire
alarm control panel can control at most 12 equipments by option. For equipments
needing both start and stop, it can control at most 6. The panel can check short circuit
and broken circuit with corresponding audio and visual instruction, which can ensure the
reliability of connection between the control panel and important devices as much as
possible.
(2) SP-M4004PC Printer
SP-M4004PC Printer adopts special structure to be installed on a small mounting hole
(103mm×57mm) on the front panel of the control panel. The printer is made up of front
cover, rack, head, circuit, spindle and scroll. There are “SEL” and “LF” keys and
indicators on the right-upper side of the front panel on the control panel, and paper-out
slot with cutting saws on lower part. The printer head is installed in the rack, and at the
bottom of the head is paper-in slot. Fix the printer on the panel with flexible bars. Place
the scroll spindle on the rack. The rack and printer can be simply pulled out or plugged
into the control panel for changing paper.
(3) Communication Card
GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel provides a multi-functional
communication port, connecting with network cards to realize networking among GST
series fire alarm control panels, to form urban fire alarm supervisory network through
public telephone network and to fulfill graphic supervision by connecting with CRT
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system in the control center of buildings. The control panel watches network cards
running in real time, that is, the cards can take effect as inserted.
Note: You need to purchase a CRT card for your first order of GST5000. Only with
this CRT card, device definition and C&E formula can be downloaded from PC.
3.4 Field Devices
3.4.1 A Series of Intelligent Fire Detectors
GST 5000 can connect with a series of fire detectors, such as I-9102, I-9103, and
I-9105R. The detectors mounted in the protected area transmit monitoring message to
the control panel through ring detection loop. Every detector has its own address with
which the control panel can supervise the information of alarm, fault, and normal status
of the detectors.
3.4.2 Modules
GST5000 can connect with I-9300 addressable input module and I-9301 addressable
single I/O module. I-9300 module receives the signal of normally open switching signal,
and transmits the information to the control panel (This type of FACP is able to activate
the connected devices). I-9301 single I/O module connects with the devices controlled
by the control panel, such as smoke exhauster, fan blower and fire valve. It can also
receive the self-answering signal.
3.4.3 Loop Isolator
Loop Isolator can isolate the shorted part of loop from the whole system to ensure
normal operation of other devices and to ascertain the location of the part in fault. When
the fault is repaired, the loop isolator can automatically reset the isolated part and
include it into the system.
3.4.4 Manual Call Point
A series of manual call point (such as I-9202) can be connected with the bus of
GST5000. When fire is confirmed manually, press the glass on the MCP, alarm signal
can be sent to the control panel. After receiving the alarm signal, the control panel will
show the number and location of the MCP, and sound alarm.
3.4.5 Addressable Sounder Strobe
Addressable Sounder Strobe is a kind of audible/ visual alarm device installed in field,
which can be activated by fire alarm control panel in fire control center or by manual call
point installed in field. A series of GST addressable sounder strobes (such as I-9403) can
be connected to the bus of GST5000. Having been activated, it will generate strong
audible/ visual alarm signal to warn people in field.
3.4.6 GST852RP Repeater Panel
GST852RP Repeater Panel is designed with a microprocessor. When one or more
detectors alarm fire, the repeater panel can display the location numbers and
information of the detectors and send out audible and optical signals. Through
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communication loops, it can be connected with fire alarm control panels, disposing and
displaying the data transmitted from the control panels. When monitoring several floors
or several zones with one fire alarm control panel, a repeater panel on each floor or in
each zone can replace zonal fire alarm control panel.
3.5 Configuration(C&E formula and devices)Software
The software owns the functions of editing and downloading definition of device and
C&E formula. Before the system starts operation, you need to define the device and
C&E through configuration software via computer. Then download it to the control
panel.
Chapter 4 Mounting
Follow the steps before mounting the GST5000:
(1) Check whether you have received all items ordered.
(2) Mount the Cabinet.
(3) Power up the control panel and carry out start-up inspection.
(4) Connect field devices.
(5) Inspect circuits and register devices.
(6) Define the devices and download them to the control panel through the
configuration software by PC according to engineering configuration.
(7) Define C&E formula and download it to the control panel through the
configuration software by PC according to engineering configuration.
(8) Commission and inspect field devices.
4.1 Configuration Inspection
4.1.1 Check Engineering Configuration
Check the configuration according to packing list. The main items to be examined are:
Installation and Operation Manual, keys to the control panel, etc.
4.1.2 Check Internal Configurations and Interconnection of the Control Panel
All internal parts have been connected completely (including optional units) before the
control panel leaves the factory. Therefore, mainly check the internal parts and
connection according to Appendix 1.
4.2 Installation of the Cabinet
4.2.1 Installation condition and method of wall-mounted FACP
The dimension of wall-mounted FACP is shown in Fig. 4.1.
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Fig. 4.1
4.2.2 Installation condition and method of rack type and console-typed control
panel.
Rack (Length×Width×Height): 580mm×520mm×1540mm (or 1715)mm
Console(Length×Width×Height, single unit): 555mm×933mm(with table)×1350mm
Console(Length × Width × Height, double unit):1045mm × 933mm (with table) ×
1350mm
Ambient Temperature: 0℃~+40℃
Relative Humidity≤95%, non condensing
Installation Space: Width of maintenance of the control panel should be more than
1000mm.
4.3 Start-up Check
After mounting GST5000, apply power to it as shown in Fig. 4.2. Turn on the main and
standby power supply in the cabinet and check if the control panel can self-test. The
procedures are as follows.
(1) Check LCD, digitron and indicators.
(2) Check self-test on the stored running records, isolation information and C&E
formula.
(3) Observe whether the indicators, and digitron on the control panel and ZCP can
all be lit and whether the speaker gives three continuous alarm sounds and
“beep” tone.
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Power
L N G
1
AC Power
AC230V±10%
L
3
2
Switch
N
Fig. 4.2
Caution: Do not connect power to your device until you have completed
all input and output connections. Fail to do so may result in injury!
4.4 Connections of Field Devices
Loop interface board combines GST5000 control panel and field devices.
Terminals of loop interface board are shown in Fig. 4.3.
Fig. 4.3
Description:
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CLASS CHANGE (XT3): Short it to make sounder output.
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FAULT OUTPUT (XT8): Normally open contact is closed when fault signal
occurs, and normally open contact is disconnected when the control panel
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SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT (XT7): It outputs when there is fire alarm. It
can be stopped by pressing “SILENCE” key on ZCP. Output can be isolated,
and there is no output in isolation state. The control panel will report fault when
connected cable in short or open circuit.
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F.P.E. OUTPUT (XT6): It outputs when there is fire alarm. It can be isolated,
and does not output when fire alarm occurs in isolation state. The control panel
alarms fault when connected cable in short or open circuit.
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FIRE ALARM OUTPUT (XT5): It outputs when there is fire alarm and should
give fault signals when connected circuit is shorted or opened.
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LOOP BUS (XT2, XT4): It can be connected with 235 coded points. With loop
isolator in the ring detection loop, the detector protected by loop isolator is not
missing when there is short or open circuit. In this case, the control panel
reports fault.
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RS-485 (XT11, XT12): To be connected with repeater panel and control panel.
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earthX8: This terminal is for checking earth fault when there is short circuit.
F.P.E. OUTPUT, SOUNDER CIRCUIT OUTPUT, FIRE ALARM OUTPUT can
provide three output modes: 24VDC active output, normally open output and
normally closed output. You can set up the three modes through Pin X1~X7. See
more details in Table 4.1.
Table 4.1
Output
24VDC
Normally Closed
Normally Open
F.P.E.
Output
Short 1to 2 & 4 to 5 of X3
Short 3 to 4 & 5 to of X3
Short 2 to 3 & 5 to 6 of X3
Short X7
Disconnect X7
Disconnect X7
Sounder
Circuit
Output
Short 1 to 2 & 4 to 5 of X2
Short 3 to 4 & 5 to 6 of
X2
Short 2 to 3 & 5 to 6 of X2.
Fire Alarm
Output
Short 1 to 2 & 4 to 5 of X1.
Short X5
Short X6
Disconnect X6
Disconnect X6
Short 3 to 4 & 5 to 6 of
X1. Disconnect X5
Short 2 to 3 & 5 to 6 of X1
Disconnect X5
4.4.1 Connection of Sounder Circuit Output
Connection of Sounder Circuit Output is shown in Fig. 4.4.
Diode
Diode
Sounder circuit output
Sounder
Sounder
(XT7)
Fig. 4.4
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Remove the terminal resistor and keep it well. Connect the cable in correct polarization.
Add a 4.7KΩ resistor to the end of each circuit.
NOTE: The sounder strobes are polarized. Note polarization in connection. The
maximum current of the circuit depends on the number of sounder strobe. Do
not overload.
4.4.2 Connection of F.P.E. Output
F.P.E. output is shown in Fig. 4.5.
Diode
F.P.E. output
Diode
F.P.E.
F.P.E.
Terminal Resistor
4.7kΩ
(XT6)
Fig. 4.5
Description:
Remove the terminal resistor and keep it well. Connect the cable in correct polarization.
Add a 4.7KΩ resistor to the end of each F.P.E output loop.
NOTE: F.P.Es are polarized. Note polarization in connection. The maximum
current of the circuit depends on the number of F.P.E.Do not overload.
4.4.3 Connection of Fire Alarm Output
Fire alarm output is shown in Fig. 4.6.
Fire alarm output
(XT5)
Diode
Diode
Fire Monitoring
Fire Monitoring
Device
Device
Terminal Resistor
4.7kΩ
Fig. 4.6
Description:
Remove the terminal resistor and keep it well. Connect the cable in correct polarization.
Add a 4.7KΩ resistor to the end of fire alarm output loop.
NOTE: Fire supervisory devices are polarized. Note polarization in connection.
The maximum current of the circuit depends on the number of fire supervisory
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4.4.4 Connection of Ring Detection Loop
Ring detection loop is shown in Fig. 4.7.
LOOP OUT
Loop Isolator
Addressable
field devices
(XT4)
Addressable
Loop Isolator
LOOP IN
field devices
(XT2)
Fig. 4.7
Note: Every loop isolator can control up to 32 detectors.
A
Repeater
(XT12)
B
Up to 64 repeater panels
Fig. 4.8
4.4.6 Connection of Ring Module
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B
Up to 32 control panels
Repeater Panel
(XT11)
Repeater Panel
Repeater Panel
A
Network
Control Panel
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Addressable
RING MODULE
field devices
LOOP IN
Addressable
Loop Isolator
field devices
Fig. 4.9
4.5 Connection Inspection and Device Registration
4.5.1 Connection Inspection
Check the circuit connected with the control panel. Insulation resistance measured at
different circuits and ground should be more than 20MΩ, the resistance in the detection
loop should be more than 1KΩ. The resistance among fire alarm output, sounder circuit
output, F.P.E. output should be equal to terminal resistor.
4.5.2 Registration of Devices
Step One: Set the control panel at commissioning state.
Press “SYSTEM” to enter system setting menu and choose “3.Working state setup
“(see Fig. 4.10):
Ver V4.05f
Working state setup
1、Monitoring State
2、Commissioning State
Fig. 4.10
=
Press “△
=” or “▽” to make the cursor point to “2.Commissioning State”, and press
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“ENTER” to enter commission state. The screen like Fig. 4.11 will be shown on the
LCD.
Installer V1.5
System running
Fig. 4.11
Step Two: In commission state, re-start the control panel.
GST5000 control panel will automatically register devices. Please check the number of
devices registered, programming, and operation state comply to design request, and
remove any problem.
4.6 Definition of Devices
Please define devices and C&E formula by configuration software (GST-DEF) via a PC,
and download the definitions to the control panel.
4.6.1 Mounting
1. Configuration Requirement
Minimum Configuration: Pentium II 233 CPU, 32M memory, 800M hard disk available
space.
Recommended Configuration: Pentium III 500 CPU or above, 64M memory or above,
800M hard disk available space.
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000.
2. Software Installation
Please visit our website to download the installation software (GST-DEF) at
http://www.gst.com.cn/english/webmap.htm. After downloading, you can start
installation following the installation wizard. The serial number is GSTSOFTWARE and
default directory is C:\GST-Gui. We recommend you to install to this directory. After
installation, the program may request re-start your computer, please restart following
the instructions.
3. Connection of PC with Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP)
Connect the PC with the FACP including CRT communication board through a 4-core
communication cable which one end connects with DB9F port and the other with an
RJ45 plug connector (the cable will be supplied as accessory parts). Maximum length
of the cable is 15m. Hardware connection is shown in Fig. 4.12.
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Upload/download device definition and C&E formula definition
Pin 2:Sending data
Pin 3:Receiving data
Pin 5:GND
Fig. 4.12
4.6.2 Adding Fire Alarm Control Panel
Run configuration definition software, and input access password. The window is as in
Fig. 4.13.
Fig. 4.13
Before device definition, add fire alarm control panel used for defining device:
Step 1: Click “AddNew” under “Controller”. Select the model of control panel
“1-GST5000EnV4.0” under the pull box “Controller Type”.
Step 2: Input name of control panel under “Name”, and input descriptions about this
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Step 3: Click “SAVE” to save the settings.
Buttons at the bottom of Fig. 4.13 are for editing, whose meanings are as follows:
Table 4-2
Name
Add New
Delete
Browse
Save
Function
Add new control panel to the system. Default is GST5000EnV4.0.
Delete selected control panel.
View information of selected control panel.
Save edition to current control panel.
Communicate
Enter communication window of selected control panel.
Communication windows of different control panels are different.
OK
Save edit result to control panel and exit network administration
window.
Close
Exit network administration window without saving edit result.
4.6.3 Zone Definition
1. Use of Zone Definition
By zone definition, you can define devices of a certain area (such as a large room) as
one zone through zonal management, and describe the features of the zone clearly
through “Description”. When the devices in the area are in fire alarm state, fault state,
action state and isolation state, the control panel shows not only the abnormal
messages, but also zonal messages and address of the device, so that the operators
can find out the specific location and take effective measures. You will have to define
zones before defining devices because the device must be in a zone.
2. Steps for Zone Definition
First: Choose the control panel to be defined.
In network window, click “CONUID” to choose the control panel.
Second: Enter the window of zone definition.
Choose menu “Define Zone” under “Definition”, or choose “Zones” under
communication window and click “Define” button, or using the zone icon in tool bar as
shown in Fig. 4.14 to enter the window of zone definition shown in Fig. 4.15.
Fig. 4.14
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Fig. 4.15
Third: Add zones
Click “AddNew” to add zones. The control panel can define 60 zones at most. It is
allowed that the zone numbers are not continuous, but it should not be more than 200.
Clicking “BackColour” and “ForeColour”, you can edit background colour and font
colour. Fill out features of relative zone under “Description”. See Fig. 4.16. After
editing, click “Save” to save the setting.
Note: The defaulted background colour of zone is white, and font colour is black.
Different zones can have different colours through editing. During the definition
of device below, background colour of device in different zones are the same as
setting here, which make different zones distinct.
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Fig. 4.16
3. Downloading Zone Definition to the Control Panel
First: Clicking communicate icon to enter communication window. See Fig. 4.17.
Second: Choose “Zones” option.
① Choose communication type under “Communication Type”.
z
Choosing “Download”, the system will transmit the definition information to the
corresponding control panel.
z
Choosing “Upload”, the system will read the information of corresponding
control panel.
z
Choosing “Compare”, the system will read the information of control panel,
and then compare it with information on the PC. If different, a dialog box for the
definition will be bounced, displaying definition information of the control panel.
② Choose the range of download data under “Content”.
z
It will download all the devices or zones when choosing “All the Definitions”.
z
It will download some of the devices and zones when choosing “Some
Definitions”. Add some number of addresses to “Fractional Address” as the
download range.
z
You can select the number of a zone in “Address” when choosing “One
Definition” to download one device or zone.
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Fig. 4.17
Third: Creating and disposing communicating report.
After ascertaining content and type of communication, click “Start” to start
communication. You can select disposal options through “Communicating Report”
under “Options” if a piece of information fails.
Fig. 4.18
z
If you choose “Don’t give report Stop communicating on error”, the system
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will stop communicating and prompt the error when a piece of information fails.
z
If you choose “Give report Record…”, the system will continue to
communicate when a piece of information fails. The system will bounce a
communication report after communication stops, which includes basic
information of this communication and contents of the failure. Controller’s
number, type and loop, communicating items, flow direction, object and time
belong to the basic information. The contents of failure will be displayed
according to the setting under “Options”.
Fig. 4.19
z
When communication is unsuccessful, check connection between the control
panel and PC. If correct, download again.
4. Browsing Definition of Zone on the Control Panel
Step One: Press “SYSTEM” to enter system menu like Fig. 4. 20.
Ver V4.05f
System setup
1. Modify password
2. Communicate setup
3. Working state setup
4. Fire display mode
5. Zone browse
6. C&E browse
7. Monitoring Device
Fig. 4.20
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Step Two: Choose “5 Zone browse”, you can browse zone definition shown in Fig. 4.21.
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Display the Zone Name
Zone 0001 1floor
Zone 0002 2floor
Zone 0003 3floor
Zone 0004 4floor
Zone 0005 5floor
Zone 0006 6floor
Zone 0007 7floor
Fig. 4.21
Description of zone screen:
Zone 0001 1floor// zone number, zone description
=
View the zone information through △
= and ▽.
4.6.4 Loop Definition
1.
Use of Loop Definition
GST5000 can have at most 4 loops. Devices from one zone or from neighboring zones
can be defined into one loop and their features described in “Description”. When there
is fire alarm, fault, action, and isolation information from any device, the control panel
will display not only the information, but also the zone/loop information and address of
the device, so that the operator can find out the specific location quickly, and take
effective measures in time. Note: You will have to define zones and loops before
defining devices because the device must be in a zone and loop.
2.
Basic steps for loop definition
Step One: Choose the control panel requiring definition of devices. In network window,
select the control panel by clicking “CONUID”.
Step Two: Enter device definition window.
In the window of communication, choose “Loops” option, and then click “Define”. Or
click “Loop” icon in tool bar as shown in Fig. 4.13 to enter loop definition window shown
in Fig.4.22.
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Fig. 4.22
Step Three: Add loops.
Click “AddNew” to add a loop. The control panel can have 4 loops at most. Fill relative
description information in “Description”. Note: The loop number defined here must be
the same as the actual project design. Otherwise the definition will be senseless.
Step Four: Save and exit.
4.6.5 Definition of Loop Devices and ZCP
1. Use of Device Definition
The software can define device address, type, location description, zone and loop with
which operator can find out alarm area quickly when fire alarm and fault condition occur.
2. Steps for Device Definition
You can define devices with two methods: by group and one by one. In commission,
firstly define the devices using group definition, then modify individual device through
single definition. It is an effective way to define devices combining the two methods.
Step One: Choose the control panel requiring definition of devices.
In network window, select the control panel by clicking “CONUID”
Step Two: Using group definition, quickly define the devices.
① Enter the window of group definition. Click “Definition\Define
Devices\Bus-Devices\Text Mode-By Group” menu, enter the window like Fig. 4.23. Its
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Define one group in definition area.
z
Choose a loop to which the devices belong from the pull-down menu of
“Loop”.
z
Choose a zone to which the devices belong from the pull-down menu of
“Zone”.
z
Choose type of device under “Device Type” (the specific meanings of device
type is shown in Appendix 2).
z
Set starting and ending addresses in “Address From”.
z
Define user code for the group in “Device Number Settings (from left No.1~
6 bit)”.
z
Input notes in “Description Settings” (for instance, if this zone is an office, just
input the note “Office” here).
z
Set up properties in “Properties”.
z
You can define keys for ZCP in “Key Settings” for this group.
③ After editing, add the definition of the group into the list by clicking “Add”. The
system will automatically number it in sequence.
④ Complete group definition of the devices by clicking “Update”.
Fig. 4.23
Description of command buttons:
Add: Fill the contents in definition area in the list. You can copy using the button.
The method is: Choose one group definition in the list, click “Add”, and copy this
definition to the list. Modification of this definition can be made.
Del: Delete the present selected definition.
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Save/Open: Clicking “Save”, save the definition in the list as one file. Clicking
“Open” when needed, you can find and open this document by saved path. Convert
it into devices definition by clicking “Update”. Some modification can be made
according to actual situations before “Update”.
Update: Renew the device definition according to present group description
information to finish group definition.
Close: Close the window of group definition.
Step Three: Modify individual device using Text Mode one by one.
After group definition, enter the window of single definition. Make modifications to
specific device.
① Select the loop of the device.
Select the loop in which there is device definition is to be modified in “Loops” options.
② Enter the window of Text Mode-One by One. Choose “Device”, then click “Define”
under “Definition/Define Device/Bus-Devices/Text Mode-One by One” menu, or
choose “Device”, then click “Define” in communication window or click “Bus-device”
icon in the tool bar to enter the window of “Text Mode-One by One”. See Fig. 4. 24.
Fig. 4.24
③ Modification of individual device definition. Click the first line or double click a certain
piece of definition, the window for definition one by one will bounce. See Fig. 4.25.
Meanings of the keys are shown in Table 4.3. In this window, the device information
(loop, device user code, zone, device type, description, sensitivity and keys on ZCP)
can be modified. Note: Click “Save” after modifying a device, then go on with the
next one.
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Fig. 4.25
Table 4.3
Previous
Next
Restore
Display previous definition.
Display next definition.
Restore the content modified (before they are saved)
Save
Save the modification to the list and database.
Clear
Clear the present defined contents and make it undefined.
Apply
Save the modification into the list without closing the dialogue box.
Cancel
Close the dialogue box without saving the modification.
OK
Save the modification to the list and close dialogue box.
Compare
Save the modification to the list and database, then upload device
information and compare it with PC. If different, upload device will be
displayed in another dialogue box.
Download
Save the modification to the list and database, then download the piece of
device definition.
Upload
Save the modification to the list and database, and then upload the
device. Uploaded device information will be displayed in another dialogue
box.
Note: The modification of device definition can be done in the window shown as
Fig. 4.24. Or you can click a certain item in the screen shown in Fig. 4.24. Please
not the following:
(a) GST5000 control panel lists the entire 242 devices by their code, with which the user
can define users code (six digits). Clicking “Device Number”, device code will display
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as “XXX-XXX” to be modified. Two user codes can be the same as long as they are of
different device type, but this has to be set accordingly through “Tools/Options…”
menu (See Fig. 4.26). When saving device definition, the software will check the legality
of the device definition according to this option. The invalid device definition will not be
saved.
Fig. 4.26
(b) GST5000 control panel defines ZCP keys for devices to be started while defining the
devices. Because GST5000 control panel can have more than one ZCPs, you need to
give the ZCP loop number and ZCP number while defining the ZCP keys. A ZCP loop
can have 4 ZCPs and a ZCP 64 keys.
(c) According to En 54-2 standard, a general silence direction must be defined for a fire
alarm system, and a zone direction must be defined for a zone. Device type for
general direction is 54-Silence, and 64-Zone for zone direction in this system. While
defining these directions, corresponding keys on the ZCP should also be defined.
After those defined, if there are still keys without definitions, they can be defined to
initiate field devices.
(d) You can make use of background colour provided by the software to distinguish
different functions on the ZCPs.
Step Four: View and modify the definition information on ZCPs.
Click the “zone” icon in the tool bar, you can view definitions to ZCP keys. Add
corresponding description for the keys in “Description”. See Fig. 4.27.
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Fig. 4.27
Step Five: After definition, save and exit.
3. Downloading the Device Definition to the Control Panel
Step One: Click “Communicate” icon on the tool bar to enter communication window.
See Fig. 4.17.
Step Two: Choose “Devices” option. See Fig. 4.28.
Fig. 4.28
① Choose loop number of the device in pull-down menu of “Current loop”.
② Choose communication type in “Communication Type”.
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z Choosing “Download”, the system will transmit definition information to the
corresponding control panel.
z
Choosing “Upload”, the system will read the information of corresponding
control panel.
z
Choosing “Compare”, the system will read the information of control panel,
then compare it with information on the PC. If distinctive, dialog box of the
definition will be given, displaying definition information of the control panel.
③ Choose the range of download data in “Content”.
z
Download all the devices and zones when choosing “All the Definitions”.
z
Download partial devices and zones when choosing “Some Definitions”. Add
some number of addresses to “Fractional Address” as the download range.
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Choose “One Definition” to download one device and zone by selecting its
number in “Address”.
Step Three: Create and dispose communication report(the same as zone definition in
section 4.6.3).
4. Browsing the device information on the control panel.
Step One: Pressing “Browse”, the system configuration will be displayed in Fig. 4.29.
Browse register info
System Configuration
Total Loops 004
Devices
013
Repeaters
0000
Access
000
Color CRT
Installed
Fig. 4.29
Step Two: Check information of loop configuration.
Press any key in Fig. 4.30 to enter loop selecting state, displaying configuration of each
loop. The top line is highlighted; after pressing “TAB”, the highlighted position becomes
=
normal, the control panel is in loop checking state. Press “△
=” or “▽”, the highlighted
position will move up and down to choose different loop (See Fig. 4.30).
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Browse register info
Loop00
Loop01
Loop02
Loop03
000
000
013
001
Repeaters
Browse register info
points 000 Access
points 000 Access
Loop00 000 Repeaters
CRT
Loop01 000 points 000 Access
Loop02 013 points 000 Access
Loop03 001 CRT
Fig. 4.30
Step Three: Check device information.
Pressing “ENTER” then will display every device definition registered of this loop. The
top line is highlighted; pressing “TAB”, the highlighted position becomes normal, and the
control panel is in device checking state (See Fig. 4.31).
Browse register info Loop 02 013 Points
№016 Zone 001-016 Gas Det
1floor cookroom
№017 Zone 002-017 Fix Temp
1 floor bathroom
№032 Zone 003-032 Optical
1floor corridor
№214 Zone 003-214 Fresh Air
1 floor toilet
Fig. 4.31
Description of device information:
№016 Zone 001-016 Gas Det // Information number, user code(zone number+device
number), device type
1floor cookroom// Zone description+device description
№017 Zone 002-017 Fix Temp// Information number, user number (zone number+
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1 floor bathroom// Zone description+device description
№032 Zone 003-032 Optical// Information number, user number(zone number+
device number), device type
1floor corridor // Zone description+device description
№214 Zone 003-214 Fresh Air// Information number, user number(zone number+
device number), device type
1 floor toilet// Zone description+device description
=
In device check state, pressing “△
=” and “▽“ to view devices. In device selected state,
=
pressing “△
=”and “▽” to change the selected device one by one.
4.7 Definition of C&E Linkage Formula
4.7.1 Use of C&E Formula
The control panel can define under what conditions extinguishing equipment or alarm
devices have to be started. So please define C&E formula after defining devices and
before operation of the control panel.
Note: Please define C&E formula after finishing the definition of devices.
4.7.2 Arrangement of C&E
Define the devices and arrange C&E in the system before defining C&E formula.
① Structure and meaning of C&E formula
To arrange C&E formulas, you need to know its structure and meaning. A control panel
can have many C&E formulas. The total number of bytes of the formulas should not
exceed 8K, and total number of formula in a fire alarm control panel should not be over
255. Each C&E formula should not be over 128 bytes (17 devices).
The structure of a C&E is shown in Fig. 4.32.
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Fig. 4.32
“Cons” stands for conditions of C&E, which comprises of many conditions (Con_No.1;
Con_No.2; Con_No.3; Con_No.4). Relationship among these conditions is “or”. Each
condition (such as Con_No.1) is made up of lots of devices (Detector 1 and Detector 2).
The condition is valid when all the devices alarm.
“Result” is the result of C&E formula.
The meaning of C&E in Fig. 4.31: Only when at least two of detector1, detector 2,
detector 3 alarm fire, sounder 4 will be activated and give alarm sounds.
② Arranging C&E in the system
Suppose device list in the GST5000Env4.0 control panel system is as in Table 4.4.
Table 4.4
Location
Devices
Office 1
3 photoelectric detectors and1sounder
Office 2
3 photoelectric detectors and1sounder
Office 3
3 photoelectric detectors and1sounder
We require the sounder to be activated if two or three detectors alarm in the office at the
same time. Then three C&E formula have to be defined, see details in Table 4.5.
Then three C&E formula have to be defined, see details in Table 4.5.
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Table 4.5
Contents
Formula 1
Formula 2
Formula 3
Conditions
Con_No.1
Detector 1 and 2 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.2
Detector 1 and 3 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.3
Detector 2 and 3 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.4
Detector 1, 2 and 3 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.1
Detector 5 and 6 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.2
Detector 5 and 7 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.3
Detector 6 and 7 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.4
Detector 5, 6 and 7 alarm
simultaneously.
Con_No.1
Detector 9 and 10 alarm
simultaneously
Con_No.2
Detector 9 and 11 alarm
simultaneously
Con_No.3
Detector 10 and 11 alarm
simultaneously
Con_No.4
Detector 9, 10 and 11 alarm
simultaneously
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Results
Standby
Sounder 4
alarms
Office 1
Sounder 8
alarms
Office 2
Sounder 12
Alarms
Office 3
4.7.3 Basic steps for defining C&E formulas
GST5000 serial control panels are defined and downloaded by formula types (Normal
or Gas) separately. These two types have the same definition windows. When defining
ordinary C& E formulas, you can select device lists without gas equipment; when
defining C&E formula for gas extinguishing equipment, if gas equipment doesn’t exist in
the result, an indication will be given when saving.
Step One: Choose the C&E requiring definition.
In network window, click “CONUID” to choose the control panel requiring definition of
C&E.
Step Two: Enter the screen of C&E.
Click ”Equation” icon on the tool bar or choose “Definition\Define Equations” menu to
enter the screen of editing C&E. See Fig. 4.33. The blank area at the left is for displaying
the structure of C&E. Upper part of the right displays specific information of C&E, and
lower part displays the list of defined optional devices which are usually in disabled state.
They can only be activated when adding devices to “Conditions” or “Result” of the
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formulas. The original form of the selected formula is shown at the bottom of the screen.
Fig. 4.33
Step Three: Add formula to the control panel
According to the above arrangement, add 3 formulas to the control panel, and each
formula four conditions.
① Adding formula (one condition and one result are defaulted by the system).
Right-click the right side of the screen in Fig. 4.34, the dialogue box shown in Fig 4.33
will be given, and choose “Add New Equation” to add a formula.
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Fig. 4.34
② Adding conditions to a formula. Right-click the formula condition, a dialogue box as in
Fig. 4.35 will be given, then choose “Add New Condition”.
Fig. 4.35
③ Adding devices to the formula.
The simple way is: First click the condition, then directly draw the device there. Click the
condition, draw the corresponding device to the upper part which shown in Fig. 4.36.
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Fig. 4.36
Step Four: Add fuzzy device and making the device selected become a fuzzy device.
① Disposal of fuzzy device code
The system will deal with the triggered device you input according to Table 4.6.
Table 4.6
Input
Results
Example
6-digit number
Search device from database by
code, and add the type to the
end of code, to form a 8-digit
code; if there is no such code, it
is considered as an unlawful
code.
00100203
6-digit character,
including non-figure
Non-figure type is defaulted as
“*” and device type is defaulted
as 01
0*1*02 B 0*1*0201
6-digit figure
Add 0 to get 6 figures, and then
search
the
device
from
database. If there hasn’t device,
it is considered as an unlawful
code.
46 B 000046
When you input a startable device code, the first 8 can be handled by Table 4.6. The
next three can be handled by Table 4.7.
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Results
Example
Non
Delay time is zero.
00100203
0~255
Delay time is ten times of the
actual.
0010020309B
delay
time is 90 seconds
More than 255
Delay time is 255
00100203460 B delay
time is 255 seconds
② Adding Fuzzy Device and Making the Selected Device Fuzzy.
Right-click a selected device in C&E formula, then click “Fog the Device” menu, the
device becomes editable, just like device 00000102 shown in Fig. 4.37. In this state,
modify the device code directly. The system will deal with it according to former
description.
Fig. 4.37
If clicking “Add New Fuzzy Device” on tool bar, the state is the same as Fig. 4.36. The
default device code is “******01”,this code can be modified directly.
Step Five: Modify delay time for devices by C&E linkage.
Delay time of the devices can be modified from the device property window or modified
manually by clicking “Result” and then “TimeDelay” of a device, which will make the
become green (see Fig. 4.38). You can then input delay time through keyboard.
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Fig. 4.38
Step Six: Define action mode for C&E formula
Action mode of a certain formula can be defined from the menu. First, right-click a
selected device, the menu like in Fig. 4.39 will be given. Or you can choose
“Edit/Equations” menu (see Fig. 4.40).
Fig. 4.39
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Fig. 4.40
Then, you can define the action mode on the menu. Two combinations will result from
the definition, and start\stop can be distinguished by the colour of words. Please refer to
Table 4.7.
Table 4.7
Auto-start
Auto
or
constraint
Auto
Auto-stop
Auto
Type
Background Start
color
or stop
White
Word
color
Start
Black
Stop
Red
Meaning
Initiate the device by C&E if
trigger conditions were met.
Initiate the device by C&E if
trigger conditions were met.
In GST5000Env4.0, “=", “=x” are used to separate triggering devices and result of the
linkage. Triggering devices are in from of the marks, and the devices to be started by
C&E are after them. Their meanings are shown in Table 4.8.
Table 4.8
Type of Formula
Auto-start
Mark
=
Auto-stop
=x
Step Six: Check the C&E formula, save and exit.
Click “Tools\Equations” to check legality of C&E formula. Save and exit if the result is
lawful.
Note: The checks here just involve in the structure of the formulas other than
incorrect activation caused by wrong programming of the formula. Therefore, it
is important to arrange the formulas correctly.
4.7.4 Downloading the formulas to the control panel
Step One: Click ”Communicate” icon on the tool bar to enter the window of
communication like Fig. 4.17.
Step Two: Choose “Equations” option shown as Fig. 4.41.
①Select the type of C&E to download from “Equations Type”.
② Choose communication type in “Communication Type”.
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z Choosing “Download”, the system will transmit the definition information to the
corresponding control panel.
z
Choosing “Upload”, the system will read the information from corresponding
control panel.
z
Choosing “Compare”, the system will first read the information of control panel,
then compare it with information on the PC. If distinctive, a dialog box of the
definition will be given, displaying definition information from the control panel.
③ Choose the range of download data in “Content”.
z
It will download all the devices or zones when choosing “All the Definitions”.
z
It will download some of the devices and zones when choosing “Some
Definitions”. Add some number of addresses to “Fractional Address” as the
download range.
z
You can select the number of a zone in “Address” when choosing “One
Definition” to download one device or zone.
Fig. 4.41
Step Three: Create and dispose communication report.(See zone definition in section
4.6.3)
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Step One: Press “SYSTEM” to enter the system setting menu shown in Fig. 4.20.
Step Two: Choose Item 6 “C&E browser”, the screen will show browsing window of
C&E formula. Pressing 1, the screen displays C&E formulas for gas extinguishing
devices, and pressing 2 it displays ordinary C&E formulas (see Fig. 4.42). Pressing
“ENTER”, the system will indicate “Please Input the number”. Input the number of
C&E formula, the screen will display the formula.
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C&E Formula Browser
No000100100103×00100203+00100203×00100303+00100103×0100303 +0
00100203×00100303=00100413 00
1. General C&E
2.
Extinguishing No000200200103×00200203+00200203×00200303+00200103×0100303 +0
00200203×00200303=00200513 00
C&E
3. The Space of No0003004***03+004***02+004***11=004***1300
Formulas
Fig. 4.42
z
The part before “=” is the condition and that after it is the result.
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“×” means “and”, and “+” means “or”.
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No. 0001 represents the first C&E formula.
z
A condition is composed of the following items:
001 001 03
Device type
Device address
Zone number of the device
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A result is composed of the following items.
001 004 13 00
Delay time
Device type
Device address
Zone number of the device
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No0003004***03+004***02+004***11=004***1300
This formula includes fuzzy devices. Asterisk wildcard “*” represents any figure from 0~
9. In this formula, any optical detector, or any rate of rise heat detector or any MCP in
zone 4 alarms fire, the sounder strobe of the zone will be initiated at once.
Step Three: Browsing space allocation of C&E formula.
Press 3 to search space allocation of C&E formula. See Fig. 4.43.
Ver V4.05f
The Space of Formulas
General
Extinguishing
Used
Unused
0011
0005
4789
1575
Fig. 4.43
4.8 Field Devices Commission
After connection of cables, definition and download of device and C&E formulas, you
can power up the control panel and start commission. The following steps are for
reference.
1.
Enter commission state according to Section 4.5
2.
Check whether the loop devices registered are the same as real connection. If
most of devices are found missing, check the power supply and loop isolators
first, then come to individual device. Press "SELF TEST" key to check field
device registration.
3.
Check whether registration of repeater panels is the same as the actual. If
there is any problem, check the communication wires of A / B and 24V power
supply.
4.
Label the ZCP and fireman’s control panel (FCP) at the right places.
5.
Carry out detector alarming test and repeater panel transmitting test.
6.
Check device definition and execute C and E automatic linkage test.
7.
Connect important devices (such as gas extinguishing control panel) and train
the operators.
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Chapter 5 Display and Disposal of System Information
GST5000 can be started after mounting according to Section IV.
5.1 Normal Information
Turn on the external power switch, and main and standby power switch on the control
panel, the control panel executes self-test and enters monitoring state. The system
displays properly if it is in normal state, or the system displays improperly.
The normal display is shown in Fig. 5.1, which means the system is in working state.
Then only “POWER HEALTHY” LED is lit.
Ver V4.05f
System running
Fig. 5.1
5.2 Information of Fire Alarm
5.2.1 Fire Alarm Screen
“FIRE” LED is lit when there is fire alarm signal. Speaker of the control panel sounds
(fire truck sound), and corresponding “FIRE” LED on the ZCP is also lit. There are two
options for "FIRE" display, by zone and by device. In zone mode, only the 1st alarm in
the same zone is displayed. All alarms will be displayed in device mode. Device mode is
usually used for commission.
① The zone mode "FIRE" information shows in Fig. 5.2.
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!Last Fire !16:34 Zone001
6 FLOOR GREEN HOUSE
!Fire! total 008
002 16:34 zone 001
1 FLOOR COOKROOM
003 16:34 zone 002
2 FLOOR DINING ROOM
004 16:34 zone 006
3 FLOOR LIBINGROOM
005 16:34 zone 005
4 FLOOR BATHRROOM
Press Enter toSelect an Item
Fig. 5.2
Description:
Last Fire 16:34 Zone001
6 FLOOR GREEN HOUSE //This is the last alarm. It happens in Zone001, at 16:34, the
location is the GREEN HOUSE on the 6th floor.
Each fire alarm message occupies two lines. You can view different fire message by
=
pressing "△
=" and "▽".
!Fire! total 008 //Total alarms.
002 16:34 zone 001 //Time and zone of the second fire alarm
1 FLOOR COOKROOM //Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last 32
digits)
003 16:34 zone 002// Time and zone of the third fire alarm
2 FLOOR DINING ROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last 32
digits)
004 16:34 zone 006// Time and zone of the forth fire alarm
3 FLOOR LIBINGROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last 32
digits)
005 16:34 zone 005// Time and zone of the fifth fire alarm
4 FLOOR BATHRROOM // Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last 32
digits)
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Press “Enter” to Select an Item // Press “ENTER” to view a fire alarm message.
② The device mode "FIRE" information shows in Fig. 5.3.
!Last Fire! 16:34 Zone001
6 FLOOR GREEN HOUSE
!Fire! total 100
002 16:34 zone 001-103 OPTICAL
1 FLOOR COOKROOM
003 16:34 zone 001-101 OPTICAL
1 FLOOR DINING ROOM
004 16:34 zone 002-111 OPTICAL
2 FLOOR LIBINGROOM
005 16:34 zone 003-121 OPTICAL
3 FLOOR LIBINGROOM
Press Enter to Select an Item
Fig. 5.3
Description of fire alarm screen:
Last Fire 16:34 Zone001
—
6 FLOOR GREEN HOUSE // This is the last alarm. It happens in Zone001, at
16:34, the location is the GREEN HOUSE on the 6th floor.
—
!Fire! total 100// Total alarms.
—
002 16:34 zone 001-103 OPTICAL//Time, zone device address and type of the
second fire alarm.
—
1 FLOOR COOKROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
—
003 16:34 zone 001-101 OPTICAL// Time, zone device address and type of the
third fire alarm.
—
2 FLOOR DINING ROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
—
004 16:34 zone 002-111 OPTICAL/ Time, zone device address and type of the
forth fire alarm.
—
3 FLOOR LIBINGROOM // Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
—
005 16:34 zone 003-121 OPTICAL// Time, zone device address and type of the
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4 FLOOR LIBINGROOM // Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
Press Enter to Select an Item //Press “ENTER” to view a fire alarm message.
5.2.2 Disposal of Fire Alarm Signal
When fire alarm occurs, first find out the location according to the information shown on
the control panel to verify whether the fire really happened.
If it’s a real fire, please take corresponding measures.
Step One: Evacuate the people in field.
Step Two: Call the fire department.
Step Three: Initiate extinguishers.
If it is a false alarm, please take the following measures.
Step One: Press “SILENCE” to stop the sound.
Step Two: Remove the factors that caused the false alarm.
Step Three: Press “RESET” to make the control panel back to the normal state. If the
device still gives false alarm, isolate it and inform the installer or manufacturer for
repair.
5.3 Fault Information
5.3.1 Screen of Fault Information
When there are fault signals, different LEDs can be lit according to fault type. If it is
mains fault, “AC FAULT” LED will be lit; if it is standby power fault, “BATTERY FAULT”
LED will be lit; if it is system fault, “SYSTEM FAULT” LED will be lit; if it is field device
fault, relative LED on the ZCP is lit. Speaker of the control panel gives alarm sound
(ambulance sound).
Fault information can only be displayed by device, the screen is shown in Fig. 5.4.
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!FAULT! Total 100
001 16:34 zone 002-03 OPTICAL
1 FLOOR COOKROOM
002 16:34 zone 002-101 OPTICAL
1 FLOOR DINING ROOM
003 16:34 zone 002-111 OPTICAL
2 FLOOR LIBINGROOM
Press Enter to Select an Item
Fig. 5.4
Description of the fault screen:
Each fault message occupies two lines. You can view different fault message by
=
pressing "△
=" and "▽".
—
!FAULT! total 100//Total fault events.
—
001 16:34 zone 002-03 OPTICAL// Time, zone, device address and type of the
fault event.
—
1 FLOOR COOKROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
—
002 16:34 zone 002-101 OPTICAL// Time, zone, device address and type of the
fault event.
—
1 FLOOR DINING ROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
—
003 16:34 zone 002-111 OPTICAL// Time, zone device address and type of the
fault event.
—
2 FLOOR LIBINGROOM // Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
5.3.2 Disposal of Fault Information
There are two kinds of fault. One is system fault, for instance, AC power and battery
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fault, loop fault. The other is field device fault, like detector fault, module fault etc.
z
If it is battery fault, charge storage battery in time to avoid damage. If the battery
has powered the system overtime, the control panel will power down for protection.
z
If it is system fault, check and repair in time. If power-down is needed, make
detailed notes.
z
If it is field device fault, prepare it immediately. You can isolate it if the fault can’t be
cleared for some reason. Then enable it when the device fault is repaired.
5.4 Disable and Enable
5.4.1 Use of Disable/Enable
When some problems happen to the field device, it may be necessary to isolate the
device for maintenance, and then de-isolate it after repairing or replacing.
5.4.2 Disable/Enable of Devices
1)
Disabling a device
“Disable” LED will be lit if the device is isolated.
Pressing “Disabled” key, the screen will show as in Fig. 5.5.
Ver V4.05f
system running
Disable> 001 Zone 016 Num 03-Optical
Fig. 5.5
Suppose user code of the optical smoke detector to be isolated is 001016. The
operation of isolation should be as follows:
Step One: Input zone number “001” of the device.
Step Two: Press “TAB”, the highlight position moves to next input zone.
Step Three: Input device code number “016”.
Step Four: Referring to “Appendix 2 Device Type List”, input the device type “03”.
Press “ENTER” to save. If the device has been isolated, the screen will show “Input Err”,
if not, the screen will add the device to the isolation information.
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Pressing “Enable“, the screen will show like Fig. 5.6.
Ver V4.05f
System running
Enable > 001 Zone 016 Num 03-Optical
Fig. 5.6
Suppose user code of the optical smoke detector to be enabled is 001016. The
operation of isolation should be as follows:
Step One: Input zone number “001” of the device.
Step Two: Press “TAB”, the highlight position moves to next input zone.
Step Three: Input device code “016”.
Step Four: Referring to “Appendix 2 Device Type List”, input the device type “03”.
Press “ENTER” to save. If the device has been enabled, the isolation information on the
screen will disappear. Otherwise “Input Err” will be shown.
5.4.3 Browsing Isolation Information
Pressing “VIEW ISOLATE”, you can browse isolation information of the device. Pages
=
are changed by pressing “△
=” and “▽”. Isolation information can only be displayed by
device mode. The window is shown in Fig. 5.7.
! DISABLED! total 100
001 16:34 zone 001-106OPTICAL
002 16:34 zone 001-103 OPTICAL
003 16:34 zone 002-101 OPTICAL
004 16:34 zone 003-121 OPTICAL
005 16:34 zone 004-141 OPTICAL
006 16:34 zone 005-155 OPTICAL
007 16:34 zone 006-166 OPTICAL
Fig. 5.7
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!DISABLED! total 100// Total number of the isolation information
—
001 16:34 zone 001-106OPTICAL// Zone, device address and type of disabled
device
—
002 16:34 zone 001-103 OPTICAL// Zone, device address and type of disabled
device
—
003 16:34 zone 002-101 OPTICAL// Zone, device address and type of disabled
device
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004 16:34 zone 003-121 OPTICAL// Zone, device address and type of isolated
device
5.5 Manual Start and Stop of Loop Devices
When fire alarm is confirmed, you can manually start extinguishing equipment in short
time.
5.5.1 “START/STOP” operation through Keyboard on Main Unit
1.
Starting the device
Pressing “START” can start the loop device, and the screen is shown in Fig. 5.8.
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start> 001zone 016Num 03 -Undefine
Fig. 5.8
The basic steps are as follows:
Step One: Input the user code of the device to start.
Step Two: Pressing “TAB”, device type is highlighted.
Step Three: Input the device type referring to “Appendix 2 Device Type List”.
Step Four: Pressing “ENTER”, the control panel gives start command.
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After the device is started, “PLANT CONTROL” LED and Action indicator on the ZCP
will be lit.
2.
Stopping loop device
Pressing “STOP” can stop loop device. The screen is shown in Fig. 5.9.
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stop> 001zone 016Num 03 -Undefine
Fig. 5.9
Basic steps are as follows:
Step One: Input the user code of the device to stop.
Step Two: Pressing “TAB”, device type is highlighted.
Step Three: Input the device type referring to “Appendix 2 Device Type List”.
Step Four: Pressing “ENTER”, the control panel gives stop command.
After the device is stopped, “PLANT CONTROL” LED and Action indicator on the ZCP
will be off.
5.5.2 Operation of the Devices by ZCP
According to definition of the ZCP, press the key corresponding to the device, and input
the password by system indication, you can start the device. Corresponding command
LED of the key is lit. Press the key and input password again, you can stop the device,
and the command LED turns off.
5.5.3 Browsing Start Information
Pressing “VIEW PLANT”, you can browse the start information and change pages
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through “△
=” and “▽. Start information is only shown by device mode, and its screen is
like in Fig. 5.10.
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!ACTION! total 100
001 16:34 zone 002-03 OPTICAL
1 FLOOR COOKROOM
002 16:34 zone 002-101 OPTICAL
1 FLOOR DINING ROOM
003 16:34 zone 002-111 OPTICAL
2 FLOOR LIBINGROOM
Press Enter toSelect an Item
Fig. 5.10
Description of action information:
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! ACTION! total 100// Total number of action information
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001 16:34 zone 002-03 OPTICAL// Time, zone, device address and type of the
action
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1 FLOOR COOKROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device, definition (last
32 digits)
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002 16:34 zone 002-101 OPTICAL// Time, zone, device address and type of the
action
—
1 FLOOR DINING ROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
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003 16:34 zone 002-111 OPTICAL// Time, zone, device address and type of the
action
—
2 FLOOR LIBINGROOM// Zone definition (first 8 digits) and device definition (last
32 digits)
5.6 Resetting and Silencing of the System
First silencing the sound, then pressing “RESET” can turn off all the control modules,
local outputs and all the detectors without changing the device isolation state. LCD
displays information of “RESET IN SYSTEM”. LEDs will be turned off(Except for
“POWER HEALTHY”, “SECURITY MODE”, “EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM PERMIT”
LEDs). “RESET” information will be written into running log. If there are still some fire
alarm fault and action information not acknowledged after pressing the “RESET” key,
the control panel will remain relative sound indications. If all information has been
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acknowledged before pressing “RESET” key, the system returns to normal display
state.
If the control panel alarms, press “MUTE”, you can mute the sound of the speaker.
Pressing “MUTE” again or if there are new alarms, the speaker will sound again.
5.7 Rules for Information Display
If there are more than one piece of information, they will be displayed in the following
order: fire alarm, action, fault, start, isolation.
① The earliest fire alarm is displayed in priority. The latest action, fault, isolation
information is displayed in priority.
② There are zone and loop display modes for fire alarm, fault, and isolation information.
And start and action only has loop display mode.
③ In any display mode, the system will return to displaying of the highest priority if there
is no operations within 20s (15s~30s).
5.8 Rules for Sound Indication
When there is fire alarm or fault, the speaker of the control panel will give the
corresponding sound to indicate.
—
The FACP gives fire truck sound when fire alarm occurs.
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The FACP gives action sound when any device is activated.
Module action: ――slow “tick” sound.
Gas extinguishing device action ―― police car sound
Delay activation of devices by automatic C&E linkage―― quick “tick” sound.
—
The FACP gives ambulance sound when fault occurs.
The control panel will give sound of higher priority if two types of information occur
simultaneously. Pressing “MUTE” can stop the sound; pressing “MUTE” again, the
control panel is still in mute state. It will sound by priority when new event appears.
Chapter 6 Description of System Operating
6.1 Keyboard
6.1.1 Functions
Most of the keys have double functions. Upper mark is a character and lower mark is
command function that is only activated in monitoring state. Most function keys are
controlled by password. The characters are only active after entering the menu.
6.1.2 Common Method of Data Input
There is a highlighted area indicating the current position and range of data input. Press
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a character key, the highlight and original characters disappear and input from that
=
character. Move the highlight tab to any position for modification by pressing "△
=" or "▽
".
Press "TAB", the edited text is stored and the highlight moves to the next position and
returns to the first after the last position. Wherever the cursor is, Press "ENTER" key, all
the input data will be saved; press "ESC" to exit present editing state without saving.
6.1.3 Method of Browsing Information
=
Entering browsing state, press "△
=" and "▽"to scroll for information.
Press "ENTER", the top piece of information becomes highlighted and the system
enters information selection state. Press " TAB" and exit highlight state.
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In selecting state, press "△
=" and "▽" to select highlight tab.
Press "ENTER" to print the information or display details of the information. Press
"ESC" to exit to former menu or normal operation screen.
6.1.4 Keyboard Unlock and Lock
The control panel is defaulted as key-locked in initiation. A password needs to be input if
you operate any of the function keys (except for "SELF TEST", "MUTE", "LOG", "VIEW
FIRE", "VIEW FAULT", "VIEW ISOLATE" and "VIEW PLANT") (see Fig.6-1). Input
correct password and press "Enter" to continue operation. After one minute without
operation, the keys are automatically locked.
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Password 1-8 digits
Enter password*****
Fig. 6.1
6.2 User Operation Instruction
6.2.1 Changing time display
The clock is usually displayed in hour and minute (time mode) by the digitron on the
panel. In normal monitoring state, press "TAB", month and day (date mode) are
displayed. Press "TAB" again or after a minute, time mode is displayed again.
6.2.2 Browsing history records
Press "LOG", the system enters history information screen. Each piece of information
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includes the event time, 6-digit user number, event type and abstract of the event.
6-digit user number:If the event refers to an addressable device, the first 3 digits show
zone number, the following 3 digits show the user code in this zone. If the information is
about loop or bus, this number will be the loop or bus number.
Device type:It shows the device type for device information or the operation type for
system operation.
Abstract: Provides a brief instruction for the events, such as fire, initiation, action, fault,
stop, isolation, de-isolation, action reset, set and operation etc.
=
Press ENTER key to highlight an information, press "△
=" and "▽" to scroll up and down.
Press "ENTER" again to print the highlighted information. See Fig. 6.2.
History
12//06//10:45 000000 CRTFault Fault
12//06//10:40 000000 Reset
12//06//10:37 000000 AC Fault Back
12//06//10:28 000000 AC Fault Fault
12//06//10:20 010032 CableDet Fire
12//06//10:11 010056 HR Pump Start
12//06//10:05 020011 Sounder Act
12//06//10:01 030124 Heat Det Iso
Press Enter to select an item
History
12//06//10:45 000000 CRTFault Fault
12//06//10:40 000000 Reset
12//06//10:37 000000 AC RCL Back
12//06//10:28 000000 AC Fault Fault
12//06//10:20 010032 CableDet Fire
12//06//10:11 010056 HR Pump Start
12//06//10:05 020011 Sounder Act
12//06//10:01 030124 Heat Det Fire
Press ENTER to print Highlight item
Fig. 6.2
6.3 Instructions for System Operator
6.3.1 Self Test
In normal monitoring state, pressing “SELF TEST”, you can check all the audio and
visual components.
6.3.2 Printer Setting
The printer can be set to 3 modes. Press "PRINT" (needing password when the control
panel in key-locked state) in monitor state, the system is in the screen shown in Fig.6.3.
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Print mode setup
1. Disable
2. History
3. Only fire
Fig. 6.3
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Press "△
=" and "▽" to select 1, 2 or 3 and press "ENTER" to choose different system
printing mode:
1.
Disable printing
2.
Print history events
3.
Only print fire records
6.3.3 Security Mode
Press "SECURITY MODE" (needing password when the control panel in key-locked
state), the system will get into security mode setting. See Fig. 6.4.
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1. Disable
2. Enable
Fig. 6.4
The system can be set as security enable and disable mode under this screen. In
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enable mode, the security alarm function is enabled to monitor the protected area by
security detectors, and "SECURITY MODE" indicator is lit.
6.3.4 Extinguishing Mode
Press "EXTINGUISHING MODE", the system enters gas extinguishing mode. See Fig.
6.5.
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Extinguishing System Mode
1. Disable
2. Enable
Fig. 6.5
Select one from the options of "Enable" and "Disable" gas release function. If it is in
"Enable" mode, the "EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM PERMIT" indicator will be lit, the gas
release device can be started manually or automatically.
6.3.5 Modification of time
In monitoring state, press "CLOCK" (needing password when the control panel in
key-locked state), the screen will display as in Fig. 6.6. Input the time in the highlight
area and then press "TAB" to move the highlight to next position. Press "ENTER" to
confirm.
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System running
Modify system time
Enter time:2001//12//06 16:19
Fig. 6.6
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6.4 Instructions for System Administrator
Press "SYSTEM" to enter system setup menu. This menu contains password setting
and other functions for commissioning, including "Modify password", "Communicate
setup", "Working state setup", "Fire display mode", "Zone browser", "C&E browser" and
“Monitoring device”. See Fig. 6.7.
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System setup
1. Modify password
2. Communicate setup
3. Working state setup
4. Fire display mode
5. Zone browse
6. C&E browse
7. Monitoring Device
Fig. 6.7
6.4.1 Password Modification
1.
Access level
After the function keys (except for "SELF TEST", "MUTE", "LOG", "VIEW FIRE", "VIEW
FAULT", "VIEW ISOLATE" and "VIEW PLANT") are pressed, the system will display a
screen requiring a password. Only after the correct password is input can a further
operation be done.
User password: for print setting, clock setting, security mode setting, start/stop, isolate,
de-isolate and the operation on ZCP and control panel reset.
Gas extinguishing control password: for gas release enable control.
System password: Entering "SYSTEM" menu for setting of system state and data.
Higher-level password can substitute for lower-level password. System password must
be entered for system operation. It becomes invalid on exit after certain operations are
finished. Input password for other operations.
2.
Password Modification
In system setup menu like Fig. 6.7, Select the first item "Modify password", the screen
will display the three levels of password. See Fig. 6.8.
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Modify password
1.
2.
3.
User Password
Extinguishing Password
System Password
Fig. 6.8
Select the password to be modified, the screen will prompt to enter the old password.
Input the password and press "ENTER". If the password is correct, the screen will
prompt to input the new password (Fig.6.9). If the password is wrong, the system will
exit current operation.
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1-8 digits
Enter new password
*****
Fig. 6.9
Enter new password and press "ENTER".
To prevent mistake, the control panel requires entering the new password again (Fig.
6.10).
If you typed the same password twice, the screen shows a brief password display with a
long ‘beep’ sound and the system exits current operation, showing the new password
has been input successfully. If there are any mistakes, the system will exit current
operation without any other prompt and the password will not be changed.
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Repeat
new
Enter new password
Confirm password
*****
Fig. 6.10
6.4.2 Communication Setting
In system setup menu shown in Fig. 6.7, select the second item “Communicate setup”,
you can enter communication setting menu. See Fig. 6.11.
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Communicate setup
1. Color CRT
2. Remote Telephone Network
3. Network Setup
Fig. 6.11
Inputting 1 is to set CRT system.
Inputting 2 is to set remote telephone network system.
Inputting 3 is to set network system.
6.4.3 Working State Setting
In system setup menu in Fig. 6.7, select 3 "Working state setup". (Fig.6.12):
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Working state setup
1. Monitoring State
2. Commissioning State
Fig. 6.12
Inputting 1, the system enters monitoring state.
Inputting 2, the system enters commissioning state.
6.4.4 Fire Display Mode
Select 4 "Fire display mode" under system setup menu, the screen shows as in Fig.
6.13.
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Display Mode
1.By Point
2.By Zone
Fig. 6.13
Inputting 1, fire information will be displayed by device.
Inputting 2, fire information will be displayed by zone.
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Refer to section 4.6.3
6.4.6 Formula Browser
Refer to section 4.7
6.4.7 Browsing supervisory data of addressable devices
In the system setup menu Fig. 6.7, choose item 7 “Monitoring Device”, enter setting
mode of fire display. See Fig. 6.14.
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Monitoring Device
Channel NO:
Code:
Command:
Alternation:
Fig. 6.14
Input loop number (Channel NO), code, command, intervals between two commands
(Alternation).
In the Item of “Command” of the above screen, inputting different number represents
different command. Details are as follows:
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“0 “ represents “polling”: Display value in “450~650” is normal; display value in
“900~1200” is fire alarm; display value in “0~120” is fault.
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“1” presents “register”: If display value is 720, it is normal.
—
“2” represents “viewing dynamic data”: It can read data of detectors in real
time. It monitors commissioning state of I-9105 Intelligent Beam Detector, if the
return value is between “680~750”, it means the commission is successful.
—
”3” represents “viewing static data”.
—
“4” represents “immediate start of gas extinguishing devices”. If the command
of “Turn on gas release 24V”, gas-extinguishing devices will be started at once.
Please be cautious with this operation.
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— “5” represents “delay start of gas extinguishing devices”. If the command of
“Turn on gas release 24V”, gas-extinguishing devices will be started after a
delay of 30s. Please be cautious with this operation.
—
“6” represents the command of “Turn on gas release 24V”. Please be cautious
with this operation.
—
“7” represents “start ordinary module”, which will cause output of
corresponding modules. Please be cautious with this operation.
Chapter 7 Commissioning Functions
The commission mode is set for system commissioning, including registering devices,
loop card isolation and detector searching functions.
NOTE: Under commission mode, all the registering information will not be saved.
When the control panel is restarted, the missed or damaged devices will not be
reported. These functions are only for commissioning.
7.1 Getting into Commission Mode
Enter system setup menu (Fig. 6.7), select “3.Working state setup” (Fig. 7.1):
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Working state setup
1. Monitoring State
2. Commissioning State
Fig. 7.1
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Press "△
=" and "▽", select 2 "Commissioning State", confirm to enter commissioning
state, an "Installer" will appear on top of the screen. The screen shows as in Fig. 7.2.
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System running
Fig. 7.2
Restart the control panel in this mode, it will register all devices again.
7.2 Exiting Commission Mode
Get into the screen in Fig. 7.1 and select 1 "Monitoring State", it will exit commission
mode.
7.3 Registration at Any Time
In commission state, pressing "SELF TEST", the control panel will automatically
register all the devices again and display the information on the screen without affecting
other information.
7.4 Loop Card Isolation
In commission mode, the loop cards can be isolated with the same method as detectors.
The device type is 59. The user number is the loop number.
The isolated loop will stop bus output and stop the communication with the main board.
Enable to clear isolation to the loop card.
7.5 Detector Searching
Under Commission Mode, the detectors can be forced into alarming state by keyboard
operation. It will be easy to find the location of a specified detector and test the
transmission function of communication part.
The operation is the same as starting a module.
7.6 Protection of C&E Formulas
There is a three-foot setting pin on the control panel main board, put its jumper at LEWR
end when setting up, modifying or deleting a cause and effect formula. After system
commission, you must put it at LDWRProtect end to protect the C&E formulas.
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Chapter 8 Troubleshooting and Regular Checks
8.1 General Fault Treatment
Table 1
No.
1
2
Fault
No display or
abnormal display
a.
a.
"AC Fault" is
displayed when
powered up
"Battery Fault" is
displayed when
powered up
1.
2.
The loop cards
can’t be registered
correctly.
1.
1.
2.
3.
3
4
5
The display panel
can’t be registered
Not printing
6
7
8
9
10
When pressing a
key
on
zone
indication panel, it
doesn’t respond.
Device fault
Loop fault
Clock fault,
memory fault, loop
fault etc.
Reason
Abnormal power supply.
The connection with the
display board is loose.
No AC power supply.
AC fuse blown
The fuse is blown.
Loose connection.
The batteries are deficient
in voltage or damaged.
The loop cards are not
inserted correctly.
2. The addresses of loop
cards are wrongly set.
The communication cable is
not connected correctly
1. Print mode isn’t set.
2. Printer cable is not
connected well.
3. Printer is broken.
1. Manual disable mode
2. The cable of the zone
indication panel is not
connected well.
1. The cable is broken.
2. The device is damaged.
Loop is shorted or broken
1. Environment Interference
2. Corresponding parts are
ageing.
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Solution
1. Check +24 power supply.
2. Check the display
connection cable
1. Check mains supply
2. Change the fuse (refer to
the label for specification)
1. Change the fuse (refer to
the label for specification)
2. Open the cover of the
power box and check
relative connection parts.
3. Power up with AC power
supply of over 8 hours, if
the fault still exists,
replace the batteries.
1. Check and insert
correctly.
2. Check addresses of the
loop cards.
Check the cables for the
display panel
1. Set the print mode.
2. Check and connect it well.
3. Replace the printer.
1.
2.
Set manual enable mode.
Check the cable and
connect it well.
1. Check cable.
2. Replace the device.
Check the cable
1. Check whether ground is
properly connected.
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8.2 Regular Checks and Replacement
The device should be checked regularly:
1.
The print paper should be replaced as required prior to running out.
Remove
Fig. 8.1
1)
Remove the printer front cover as shown in Fig.8.1.
2)
Remove the whole printer from the panel. Please nip the movable tongues on the
two sides with fingers according to Fig.8.2, remove the whole printer from the panel
gently. Note: Before removing the printer, make sure to turn off the power to
the printer.
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Press
Press
Pull
Fig.8.2
3) Remove the scroll spindle (Fig. 8.3).
Push Up
Fig. 8.3
4) Put the new scroll on the spindle. And press the scroll spindle into the groove of the
printer as in Fig. 8.4. Make sure the scroll spindle is installed firmly.
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Push down
Fig. 8.4
5) Cut the end of the paper according to Fig.8.5.
Fig. 8.5
6) Turn on the power of the printer. Press “SEL” key to turn off the “SEL” light. Then
press LF to move the head. Feed the paper through by hand, the paper will enter slowly
until it appears in front of the head. Feed through a suitable length of paper. Press LF
or SEL again, or turn off the power. Replace the front cover of the printer. Feed the
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7) Press the printer into the control panel gently.
8) If, according to engineering configuration, the back of the control panel display part is
not covered by other structures, it is easier to take the paper from the back.
Replacement of paper can be carried out according to steps 3), 4), 5) and 6).
2.
The background light of the LCD has a life range. When any problem is found in its
brightness, please inform GST.
Chapter 9 Calculation of Battery Capacity
The formula for calculating battery capacity of GST5000 is as follows:
Battery Capacity(AH)=0.84×T+0.03×N+3.5
In which N is the number of detectors, and T is the time of operation in
supervisory state.
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Appendix 1:Internal Wirings
1. GST5000 Wall Mounted
BUS
REPEATER
B A
NETWORK
A
B
LOOP OUT
- +
to Loudspeaker
NO
COM
13
CLASS
CHANGE
NC
FAULT OUTPUT
- +
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT
POUTPUT
F.P.E
OUTPUT
- +
- +
FIRE
ALARM
OUTPUT
LOOP
LOOP IN
+ -
RS-485
RJ45 connector
To RS232
or to router board
XS1
to RS485
to Loop Card
to main board
XS5
+24V
16
GND Z1 Z2
XT4
+24V
XT3
GND
+24V
XT4
GND
+24V
GND
XT3
+24V
XT4
GND
+24V
GND
XT3
+24V
GND
XT1
15
Z1n+
XT2
Z1n-
ZO+
18
XT4
24+
ZO-
17
24-
ZI+
XT3
GND +24V
24+
ZI-
XS1
XS1
XS1
XS1
24-
XS2
19
100W Power Supply
XT2
XT1
C2+ C2-
C1+ C1-
XT2
C2+ C2-
XT1
XT2
C1+ C1-
C1+ C1- C2+ C2- C3+ C3- C4+ C4-
C2+ C2-
XT1
C1+ C1-
C11+ C11- C12+ C12- C13+ C13- C14+ C14-
8
Number
Name
Number
Name
Number
Name
Number
Name
1
Motherboard
6
Loop interface board
11
Printer
16
Main board of fireman’s control panel
2
Loop card
7
100W power
12
LCD
17
Slave board of the last fireman’s control panel
3
Main board
8
Filter board
13
Zone indication and manual intervention panel
18
Slave board of fireman’s control panel
4
232 communication card
9
Power filter
14
Switch board
19
Manual lock
5
Loop module
10
Transformer
15
Slave board of the first fireman’s control panel
20
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2 Rack type and console type FACP
RJ45 connector
-
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT
POUTPUT
+
F.P.E
OUTPUT
- +
-
FIRE
ALARM
OUTPUT
+
LOOP
LOOP IN
+ -
BUS
LOOP OUT
- +
REPEATER
B A
RS-485
NETWORK
B
A
13
XT1
Z1n+
XT2
Z1nXT4
24+
ZO+
ZO-
XS1
24-
ZI+
XT3
24+
24-
ZI-
XT1
Z1n+
XT2
Z1nXT4
24+
ZO+
ZO-
24-
ZI+
XT3
24+
24-
ZI-
XT4
+24V
XT3
GND
+24V
XT4
GND
+24V
GND
XT3
+24V
XT4
GND
+24V
XT3
GND
+24V
XS5
GND
+24V
GND Z1 Z2
14
XS1
XS1
GND +24V
XS1
XS1
XS2
XT2
XT1
C2+ C2-
A
BAT.
PE
BAT.FUSE
XT2
C2+ C2-
XT1
C1+ C1-
XT2
C2+ C2-
XT1
C1+ C1-
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
OUTPUT OUTPUT FUSE OUTPUT
C14- C14+ C13- C13+ C12- C12+ C11- C11+
Battery
~220V
Ground
X31 X30
G
B
C1+ C1-
C2- C2+
C1- C1+
15
INPUT
A
DC24V
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
Battery
DC-DC CONVERTOR
BAT
1
BAT
2
BAF
ACF
GND
24V
BATTRY
GND1
+5V1
WORK
RUN
24V
MAIN
5V
COM
5V
GND1 BATTRY
+5V1 FUSE(10A)
~220V
Number
Name
Number
Name
Number
Name
Number
Name
1
Motherboard
6
DC-DC converting module
11
Power filter
16
Power filter
2
Loop card
7
Intelligent PSU
12
Front Panel
17
Wiring board
3
Main board
8
Loop interface board
13
Zone indication and manual intervention panel
18
4
232 communication board
9
Ring module
14
Fireman’s Control Panel
19
5
AC Power
10
Air switch
15
Filter board of fireman’s control panel
20
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REPEATER
B A
NETWORK
B
A
LOOP OUT
- +
BUS
LOOP
F.P.E
OUTPUT
- +
- +
SOUNDER
CIRCUIT
POUTPUT
- +
FIRE
ALARM
OUTPUT
LOOP IN
+ -
RS-485
Appendix 1: Internal Connection Diagram
To 232 Card
or Router Board
To 485 Card
To Loop Card
To Main Board
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
-
INPUT
+
24V
GND
LOOP
BUS
LOOPOUT
ILOOPIN
+
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
LOOPIN
-
LOOPOUT
-
+
-
OUTPUT
+
+
100 W Power
-
C2-
+
C1-
C2-
C1-
C2-
C1-
-
13. Switch board
14. Control board of the manual panel
15. Main board of fireman’s control
panel
16. Slave board of the first fireman’s
control panel
17. Slave board of fireman’s control
panel
18. Slave board of the last fireman’s
control panel
19. Manual lock
Motherboard
Loop card
Main board
232 communication card
Loop module
Bus Interface board
100W power
Double-loop bus filter
Transformer
Power filter
LCD
Printer
20. Filter board
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Appendix 2 Device Type List
Abbreviation
No.
Device type
Undefine
00
Undefined
ION
01
Ionization detector
R+F.Heat'
02
Rate-of-rise and fixed temperature detector
Optical
03
Photoelectrical smoke detector
Fix Temp
04
Fixed temperature detector
Gas Det
05
Gas detector
Beam Det
06
Infrared beam detector
FlameDet
07
Ultraviolet flame detector
CableDet
08
Cable heat detector
Heat Det
09
Analogue heat detector
Complex
10
Combination detector
MCP
11
Manual call point
VAModule
12
Voice alarm module
Sounder
13
Sounder strobe
FTModule
14
Fire telephone module
HR MCP
15
Hydrant manual call point
HR Pump
16
Hydrant pump
SPKR Pmp
17
Sprinkler pump
PS.SW
18
Stabilized pressure pump
Extract
19
Smoke exhauster
Presuriz
20
Blower
FreshAir
21
Fresh air
Damper
22
Fire damper
SM Vent
23
Smoke vent
Air Inlet
24
Air inlet
SolValve
25
Solenoid valve
SM CURT
26
Roller shutter door middle point
RSD Clse
27
Shutter screen door close point
FireDoor
28
Fire door
PS.DIFF
29
Pressure switch
Flow SW
30
Water flow indicator
Elevator
31
Elevator
AHU
32
Air handling unit
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GENI
33
Diesel generator
Light.DB
34
Power for lightning
Power.DB
35
Power distribution
WTR.CURT
36
Solenoid valve for water curtain
Gas Dump
37
Gas start-up
GasAbort
38
Gas stop
Net unit
39
Net unit
Repeater
40
Repeater panel
Module
41
Flash-locks valve
DryPower
42
Dry powder fire extinguisher
FoamPump
43
Foam pump
FieldPSU
44
Power supply unit
EM Light
45
Emergency light
EscapeLT
46
Escape light
GasActiv
47
Gas activation
Security
48
Security module
ZoneValv
49
Zone valve
Cylinder
50
Cylinder
DelugePM
51
Deluge pump
Undefine
52
Undefined
Stop Mod
53
Device stop
Silence
54
Mute key
SounderA
55
Fire alarm sounder
SounderF
56
Fault sounder
Loop SW
57
Loop switch
CRT Fault
58
CRT Fault
Loop
59
Loop
PSU.Bat
60
Battery
PSU.AC
61
AC power
Lock
62
Multi-wire lock
PART
63
Part of devices
ZoneDir
64
Zone direction
F.P.E
65
Fire protection equipment
All evac
66
Evacuation
Ground.f
67
Ground fault
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Appendix 3 Operation Menu
Menu
MUTE To mute the speaker
RESET To reset the system [password required]
TAB To change time display mode
ESC To the previous menu
△ and = For changing pages
=
▽
ENTER: For confirmation
VIEW FIRE: Viewing fire information
VIEW FAULT: Viewing fault information
VIEW ISOLATE Viewing isolation information
VIEW PLANT Viewing action information
SELF TEST For self-test [password required]
ISOLATE Isolating a device [password required]
START To start a device [password required]
BROWSE Viewing registration information [password required]
CLOCK Modifying the system time [password required]
DE-ISOLATE To de-isolate the isolated device [password required]
STOP To stop a started device [password required]
LOG Browsing history record
SECURITY MODE To set security mode [password required]
EXTINGUISHING MODE To set gas-release mode [password required]
PRINT To set the printer [password required]
SYSTEM System menu [password required]
Modify password Modifying password
Communicate setup Setting communication mode
Working state setup Setting working mode
Fire Display Mode Setting fire display mode
Zone Browse Viewing zone information
C&E Browse Viewing C&E formula
Monitoring Device Viewing supervisory data of intelligent
devices
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