AlarmSense PLUS Repeater Quick Start Guide.indd

REPEATER PA NEL
12 ZONE FULLY FUNCTIONAL/PASSIVE REPEATER PANEL
Quick Start Guide
Full manual available from www.haes-sysems.com
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Haes Systems Ltd, Columbia House, Packet Boat Lane, Cowley Peachey, Uxbridge, UB8 2JP
Model Number
Excel-EN 12 zone repeater panel XLEN-R-12
European Standard EN54-2 : 1997 + A1 : 2006
Control and indicating equipment for fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings.
European Standard EN54-4 : 1997 + A1 : 2002 + A2 : 2006
Power supply equipment for fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings.
IMPORTANT NOTE
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE HANDLING THE EQUIPMENT AND
OBSERVE ALL ADVICE GIVEN IN IT
THIS PARTICULARLY APPLIES TO THE PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO AVOID
E.S.D
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES
ATTENTION
The panel is safe to operate provided it has been installed in compliance with the manufacturer’s instructions
and used in accordance with this manual.
Hazardous voltages are present inside the panel—DO NOT open it unless you are qualified and authorised
to do so. There is no need to open the panel’s enclosure except to carry out commissioning, maintenance
and remedial work. This work must only be carried out by competent service personnel who are fully
conversant with the contents of the panel’s installation manual and have the necessary skills for maintaining
this equipment.
This fire alarm system requires periodic checks as specified in BS 5839 Part 1 It is the responsibility of the
system user to ensure it is regularly serviced and maintained in good working order.
Disclaimer
No responsibility can be accepted by the manufacturer or distributors of this fire alarm panel for any
misinterpretation of an instruction or guidance note or for the compliance of the system as a whole. The
manufacturer’s policy is one of continuous improvement and we reserve the right to make changes to
product specifications at our discretion and without prior notice. E & O E.
CONTENTS
Page
INSTALLATION
2
SAFETY
2
ESD PRECAUTIONS
3
GENERAL
3
MOUNTING THE CABINET
3
CABLING
4
SETUP & PROGRAMMING
5
INSTALL COMMS PCB
5
REPEATER PANEL ADDRESSING
5
SETUP NEW INTERNAL PCB CONFIGURATION
6
CHANGE COMMS MONITORING TYPE (FAULT TOLERANT OR RADIAL)
7
SET NUMBER OF REPEATER PANELS
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SAFETY
Suppliers of articles for use at work are required under section 6 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
to ensure as reasonably as is practical that the article will be safe and without risk to health when properly
used. An article is not regarded as properly used if it is used “without regard to any relevant information or
advice” relating to its use made available by the supplier.
It is assumed that the system, of which this control panel is a part, has been designed by a competent fire
alarm system designer in accordance with BS 5839 Part 1 and with regard to BS EN 54 parts 2 and 4 in
the case of control equipment and power supplies. Design drawings should be provided to clearly show
the position of any field devices and ancillary equipment.
This product should be installed, commissioned and maintained by, or under the supervision of, competent
persons according to good engineering practice and,
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
BS 7671 (IEE wiring regulations for electrical installations)
Codes of Practice
Statutory requirements
Any instructions specifically advised by the manufacturer
According to the provisions of the Act you are therefore requested to take such steps as are necessary to
ensure that any appropriate information about this product is made available by you to anyone concerned
with its use.
This equipment is designed to be operated from 230V AC 50/60 Hz mains supplies and is of Class I
construction. As such it must be connected to a protective earthing conductor in the fixed wiring of the
installation. Failure to ensure that all conductive accessible parts of this equipment are adequately bonded
to the protective earth will render the equipment unsafe.
This equipment must only be installed and maintained by a suitably skilled and technically
competent person.
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THIS IS A PIECE OF CLASS 1 EQUIPMENT AND MUST BE EARTHED
These panels are designed to comply with the requirements of EN 54 part 2.
Installation of the panel should only be carried out by qualified personnel. The electronic components
within the panel can be damaged by static charge. Suitable precautions must be taken when handling
circuit boards. Never insert or remove boards or components, or connect cables, with the mains power
on or batteries connected.
Equipment Guarantee
This equipment is not guaranteed unless the complete system is installed and commissioned in accordance with the laid
down national standards by an approved and competent person or organisation.
This product has been manufactured in conformance with the requirements of all applicable EU Council
Directives
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ESD PRECAUTION
Electronic components are vulnerable to damage by Electrostatic Discharges (ESD). An ESD wrist strap,
suitably grounded, should be worn at all times when handling pcbs. These wrist straps are designed to
prevent the build up of static charges, not only within a persons body, but on many other materials.
ESD damage is not always evident immediately, faults can manifest themselves at anytime in the future.
All pcbs should be stored in static shielded bags (silvered) for safe keeping, when not mounted in the
control panel.
GENERAL
Care should be taken with regards to avoiding the close proximity of high voltage cables or areas likely
to induce electrical interference. Earth links should be maintained on all system cables and grounded in
the control panel. The detection and sounder circuit cabling is classed as extra low voltage and must be
segregated away from mains voltage.
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Any junction boxes used should be clearly labelled FIRE ALARM.
Any ancillary devices, e.g. door retaining magnets, must be powered from a separate power source.
Any coils or solenoids used in the system must be suppressed, to avoid damage to the control
equipment.
MOUNTING THE CABINET
The site chosen for the location of the panel should be clean, dry and not subject to shock or vibration.
Damp, salt air or environments where water ingress or extremes of temperature may affect the panel must
be avoided. The temperature should be in the range -5° to +40°C, and the relative humidity should not
exceed 95%.
Before mounting the cabinet remove the main PCB.
Remove the power supply module connecting wires from the main PCB, taking care to note where to reconnect them. The main PCB can then be carefully pulled off it’s mounting clips.
Secure the cabinet to the wall using the four indented holes in the back box. Ensure the box is mounted
level and in a convenient location where it may be easily operated and serviced.
External cables should be glanded via preformed knockouts at the top and rear of the cabinet. Remove
any knockouts and ensure the cabinet is clear of swarf etc prior to refitting the PCB. Always ensure that if
a knockout is removed, the hole is filled with a good quality cable gland. Any unused knockouts must be
securely blanked off.
Knockouts should be removed with a sharp tap at the
rim of the knockout using a flat 6mm broad bladed
screwdriver.
Use of excessive force will damage the enclosure
around the knockout.
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CABLING
The repeater panels are designed to be wired in a fault tolerant (fail safe) loop configuration, from Comms
A +/- to Comms B +/- on the next repeater panel and so on until returning to Comms B +/- on the main
panel again (see diagram). This enables repeater panels to still work if there is a break in the cables. Up
to 1Km of cable can be used between each repeater. 120R terminating resistors can be used to reduce
interference between each leg of the loop.
Any suitable screened cable can be used or fire resistant cable, ‘NoBurn’, FP200 etc.
If replacing an older system where the existing cabling cannot be configured in a loop as shown, it is
possible to re-programme the panel back to legacy, radial circuit comms monitoring. This then allows any
topology of comms cabling to be utilised.
To change the repeater comms monitoring type from Fault Tolerant to Radial/Legacy, see page 7.
Fault Tolerant Loop Wiring
COMS A
COMS B
+ - + -
28
V+
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
1
COMS A
6
COMS B
+ - + -
28
V+
1
ON
1
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
COMS A
6
COMS B
+ - + -
28
V+
ON
2
3
4
1
Main Panel
6
ON
2
3
4
1
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
ADDRESS
Repeater/Network Panel 1
Repeater/Network Panel 2
Radial/Legacy Wiring
120Ω
COMS A
COMS B
+ -
+ -
120Ω
28
V+
1
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
6
COMS A
COMS B
+ -
+ -
28
V+
1
ON
1
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
6
COMS A
COMS B
+ -
+ -
28
V+
1
ON
2
3
4
1
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
6
ON
2
3
4
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
Main Panel
Repeater/Network Panel 1
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2
3
4
ADDRESS
Repeater/Network Panel 2
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REPEATER PANEL SETUP & PROGRAMMING
The panels can support up to 8 repeaters. The repeater panels are fully functional with ‘Silence’ ‘Resound’
and ‘Reset’ controls, as well as Disable and Test Mode functions. It is possible to disable the controls of
each or all repeater panels to make them passive.
Repeater Comms PCB
To run repeaters, a Comms PCB (TPCA05) must be fitted to the main control panel. A Comms PCB for the
control panel is supplied, as standard, with each repeater panel. The repeater panels themselves already
have the comms board fitted.
The Comms PCB fits into the control panel on top of the main circuit board where the ribbon cable from
the display board is normally plugged.
To fit the Comms PCB, power down the panel, un-plug the display board ribbon cable from the main circuit
board and plug the Comms PCB into the socket instead.
A socket is provided on the top of the Comms PCB to re-connect the display board ribbon cable.
PSU
@ + -
28V 0V
+ -
C
FIRE
NC NO
C
FAULT
NC NO
FR FLT CC PUL SNDR1 SNDR2
-OP -OP -IP -IP + - + -
PSU
@ + -
ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4
+ -
+ - + -
+ -
COMS A
COMS B
+ - + -
28V 0V
+ -
28
V+
1
C
FIRE
NC NO
C
SW -ve OUTPUTS
2
3
4
5
FAULT
NC NO
FR FLT CC PUL SNDR1 SNDR2
-OP -OP -IP -IP + - + -
ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4
+ -
+ - + -
+ -
6
ON
1
2
3
4
ADDRESS
ON
+ -
1
ON
2
3
4
5
6
+ -
7
BATTERY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
BATTERY
7 way DIL switch
Plug Comms PCB into the socket and
re-connect dispay board ribbon cable to
socket on top of Comms PCB
Disconnect display board ribbon cable
Addressing
Each repeater panel needs to have a seperate address. The addressing is done using the 4 DIL switches
on each of the Comms PCBs using binary code values, see diagram below.
The address should be set in sequence from 1 - 8, first repeater address 01, next repeater address 02 etc.
Note:- The control panel should always be address 0 (all switches off).
ON
1
1
ON
2
3
4
1
ON
2
3
4
1
ON
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
ADD 01
ADD 02
ADD 03
ADD 04
ON
ON
ON
ON
2
3
4
ADD 05
1
2
3
4
1
ADD 06
2
3
4
ADD 07
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2
3
4
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PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE
1
2
Turn on program switch (6) on main PCB
To change the internal PCB configuration at the main control panel use:
2
1
2
Panel Wide Settings
3
There are 6 general, panel wide, settings available.
RESOUND
Enter the above code and press the ENTER button. The 6 programmable
options are represented by fire zone LEDs 1 - 6, Option 5 being the, ‘set up
internal PCB configuration’ setting.
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
Use button 1 to move to option 5
RESOUND
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
Fire LED
Programming Option
1
Change / remove keypad access code
2
Set number of repeater panels on system
3
Set output delay time (1 - 10 minutes)
4
Turn off battery monitoring
5
Set up internal PCB configuration (add extension
zone card or repeater comms PCB)
6
Change repeater comms monitoring
5. Setup Internal PCB Configuration
With the zone 5 fire LED lit, the amber, fault LEDs will show the current configuration setting. Each of the
3 possible additional internal PCBs are represented by LEDs 1 - 3 as per table below.
LED 1 (ON)
LED 2 (ON)
LED 3 (ON)
Extension zone card 1
(zones 5 - 8)
Extension zone card 2
(zones 9 - 12)
Repeater Comms PCB
Press the ENTER button, zone 1 fire LED will pulse to indicate editing of 1st additional PCB as per table
above. Use button 1 to move to pulsing fire LED 3.
Now use button 2 to change the setting (Amber LED ON = PCB included, OFF = not included).
When finished press the ENTER button again and the zone 5 fire LED will return to steady ‘view mode’,
with the amber, fault LEDs showing the new configuration.
Press button 1 for 3 seconds to exit programming mode 2-1-2-3.
RESOUND
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
RESOUND
ENTER
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SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
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To change the Comms monitoring type at the main control panel use:
3
2
1
2
Panel Wide Settings
3
RESOUND
There are 6 general, panel wide, settings available.
Enter the above code and press the ENTER button. The 6 programmable
options are represented by fire zone LEDs 1 - 6, Option 6 being the,
‘change repeater comms monitoring type’ setting.
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
Use button 1 to move to option 6
RESOUND
SILENCE
Fire LED
Programming Option
1
Change / remove keypad access code
2
Set number of repeater panels on system
3
Set output delay time (1 - 10 minutes)
4
Turn off battery monitoring
5
Set up internal PCB configuration (add extension zone
card or repeater comms PCB)
6
Change repeater comms monitoring
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
6. Repeater Comms Monitoring Type
With the zone 6 fire LED lit, the amber, fault LEDs will show the current setting.
LED 1 OFF = fault tolerant monitoring (default).
LED 1 ON = legacy, radial circuit monitoring.
Press the ENTER button, zone 6 fire LED will pulse to indicate ‘edit mode’.
Now use button 2 to change the setting (LED 1 ON or OFF).
When finished press the ENTER button again and the zone 6 fire LED will return to steady ‘view mode’.
Press button 1 for 3 seconds to exit programming mode 2-1-2-3.
RESOUND
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
RESOUND
ENTER
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SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
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To set the number of repeater panels at the main control panel use:
4
2
1
2
Panel Wide Settings
3
RESOUND
There are 6 general, panel wide, settings available.
Enter the above code and press the ENTER button. The 6 programmable
options are represented by fire zone LEDs 1 - 6, Option 2 being the, ‘set
number of repeater panels’ setting.
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
Use button 1 to move to option 2
RESOUND
SILENCE
RESET
1
2
3
4
Disable
Mode
Test
Mode
Mute
Buzzer
Test
Lamps
ENTER
Fire LED
Programming Option
1
Change / remove keypad access code
2
Set number of repeater panels on system
3
Set output delay time (1 - 10 minutes)
4
Turn off battery monitoring
5
Set up internal PCB configuration (add extension zone
card or repeater comms PCB)
6
Change repeater comms monitoring
2. Set Number of Repeater Panels on System
With the zone 2 fire LED lit, the amber, fault LEDs will show the current quantity of repeaters set 0 - 8. (1
LED lit = 1 repeater, 2 = 2 etc..).
Press the ENTER button, zone 2 fire LED will pulse to indicate ‘edit mode’.
Now use buttons 1 & 3 to increase or decrease the quantity. Button 1 increases, button 3 decreases.
When finished press the ENTER button again and the zone 2 fire LED will return to steady ‘view mode’.
Press button 1 for 3 seconds to exit programming mode 2-1-2-3.
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