Man-1169

Man-1169
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Operation Manual
Man-1169GEN Rev. 01
Operation Manual
*Man-1169*
Contents i
Section 1
Controlling the System 1
Left Indicators................................................................................................................................................ 1
Right Indicators ............................................................................................................................................. 2
User Access Levels....................................................................................................................................... 2
No User Group .............................................................................................................................................. 2
Access Level 2 .............................................................................................................................................. 2
Indications & Controls ................................................................................................................................... 3
Key Level 2 ................................................................................................................................................... 3
Controls ......................................................................................................................................................... 3
Section 2
Controlling a Fire Condition 4
Access Level 2 / Key Level 2 ........................................................................................................................ 4
Section 3
Navigating the User Controls 7
System Information ....................................................................................................................................... 7
Disablements (Re-Enablements) .................................................................................................................. 7
Disable /Re-Enable Zones ............................................................................................................................ 8
Disable/Re-Enable Devices .......................................................................................................................... 8
Disable / Re-Enable All Sounders ................................................................................................................. 9
Disable / Re-Enable Panel Outputs .............................................................................................................. 9
Disable / Re-Enable All Outputs.................................................................................................................... 10
Disable / Re-Enable All Plant Outputs .......................................................................................................... 10
Test Zones .................................................................................................................................................... 10
View Event Log ............................................................................................................................................. 11
View Devices................................................................................................................................................. 12
Panel Tests ................................................................................................................................................... 12
GUI Settings .................................................................................................................................................. 12
Section 4
Notifying the Emergency Contact 13
Contact Form ................................................................................................................................................ 13
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Section 1
Controlling the System
The system has an indicator panel either side of the touch screen display to advise the user of the status of the system, a touch screen display to give the user detailed information and Zone indicators (if fitted) below the main display. The touch screen display provides the user with control buttons based on the type of events that are active and
access level of the user.
When the Fire System is the “Normal condition” the touch screen display is visible and shows the quiescent condition
with no controls. Quiescent mode is present when the FACP (Fire Alarm Control Panel) is not reporting fire alarms
or fault conditions. When an event occurs the panel will operate its internal buzzer and change the display and illuminate the appropriate indicator to show the change of condition.
Key
Description
A
Left Indicators
B
Touch Screen display
C
Access control
keyswitch
D
Right Indicators
Left Indicators
Key
Indicator
Colour
Description
A-A
Fire
Red
This red indicator will flash whenever the panel is in a fire condition. If the
sounders are silenced, then the indicator will change state from flashing to
constant.
A-B
General Fault
Yellow
This yellow indicator will flash when the system is not operating as
expected. The system maintenance company should be contacted as soon
as possible to identify the problem.
A-C
System Fault
Yellow
This yellow indicator will flash when there is a serious fault with the panel
microprocessor or memory components. The system maintenance
company should be contacted as soon as possible to identify the problem.
A-D
General Disablement
Yellow
This yellow indicator will illuminate (constant) when a part of the system
has been disabled. Please note that the system may not operate as
expected when disablements are active on the system.
A-E
Fire Protection Activated
Red
This red indicator will illuminate (constant) to advise the user that the panel
is signalling to optional Fire Control or Fire Fighting (Extinguishing)
Equipment.
A-F
Fire Protection Fault
Yellow
This yellow indicator will illuminate (constant) to advise the user that the
panel is having trouble communicating to optional Fire Control or Fire
Fighting (Extinguishing) Equipment.
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Right Indicators
Key
Indicator
Colour
Description
D-A
Fire Routing On
Red
This red indicator will illuminate (constant) when a Fire condition has been
signalled to others (Configuration option).
D-B
Fire Routing
Fault / Disabled
Yellow
This yellow indicator will flash when there is a fault on the monitored circuit to the
Fire Routing equipment. The system maintenance company should be contacted
as soon as possible to identify the problem.The indicator will be illuminated
(constant) when the output has been manually disabled.
D-C
Test Mode On
Yellow
This yellow indicator will illuminate when one or more zones have been manually
put in test mode.The system should not be left with any zones in test mode.
D-D
Delays Active
Yellow
This yellow indicator will illuminate (constant) when outputs have been configured
with delays and the delays are switched on within the User Controls menu.
D-E
Sounder Fault /
Disabled
Yellow
This yellow indicator flashes if it has a problem with any sounder and the
sounders may not operate in an emergency situation, the system maintenance
company should be contacted as soon as possible to identify the problem.
The indicator will be illuminated (constant) when any sounder device has been
manually disabled by the user.
D-F
Power On
Green
This green indicator should always be illuminated (constant) as it indicates that
the panel has power. If the indicator is off, it means that mains power and the
internal batteries have failed.The system maintenance company should be
contacted immediately to identify the problem.
User Access Levels
User access levels of the FACP are displayed in the bottom right corner of the touch screen display. User access
levels are available through the following methods:
No User Group / Access Level 2 (log in code through touch screen display) and Key Level 2 (front-panel keyswitch)
No User Group
The No User Group does not require a log in code or operation of the front panel keyswitch, it is available to all users
of the panel. The functions are restricted when operating the FACP in the No User Group, this mode allows users
to view system information and to perform simple tests.
Access Level 2
Log-in through the touch screen display provides an ”Access Level 2” access to the panel, this allows the user to
control the panel for the following functionality. For the user to access this they must have been allocated a password. Default password “222222”. The Password can be changed from the default and recorded here:
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Indications & Controls
Once the user has logged in through the touch screen display, the text in the bottom right of the display changes
from “No User Group” to “Access Level 2”
Key Level 2
Level 2 can also be gained through the Front Panel Keyswitch. To access level 2 menu’s, insert the key into the
keyslot (C) below the touch screen display in the centre of the bezel, turn the key 45 degrees clockwise to enable
the controls.
Once the Key is turned, the text in the bottom right of the display changes from “No User Group” to “Key Level 2”.
Controls
If the user has logged in using a password or used the key switch, it generally provides the user with the following
menu options: (Please Note: The Menus available from “level 2” can be configured, hence different menu options
may be available).
Silence / Re-Sound / Buzzer Silence / Reset and the system menus below;
System Information / Disablements / Test Zones / Set Time & Date / View Event Log / View Devices / Panel
tests / GUI Settings
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Controlling a Fire Condition 2
Section 2
Controlling a Fire Condition
Access Level 2 / Key Level 2
The FACP is operating in
access level 2 when either Access level 2 or Key
Level 2 is visible on the
bottom-right of the touch
screen display.
1.
Once the fire has been investigated, the sounders can be silenced: Press “Silence Alarms” button as
shown below to silence the sounders that have been activated. Once the button has been pressed its
status changes to “Re-Sound Alarms” to allow the user to re-evacuate the building if required.
Note: The “Buzzer Silence” button becomes active again if the “Re-Sound Alarms” is operated.
2.
The cause of the fire condition can be determined through the touch screen display, it will show the
device(s) that triggered the system into alarm. Note: Smoke detectors will not reset until they are clear
of smoke, heat detectors will not reset until the temperature has reduced below the trigger threshold.
Call-points can be reset by glass replacement, removal of the test key (if it was a test) or resetting the
non-frangible element.
If it is not clear which device has caused the fire condition then the “More Details” button can be pressed on the
touch screen display to gain further information.
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Controlling a Fire Condition 2
3.
Press the “Reset System” button on the touch screen display.
4.
After the ‘Reset’ has completed the system will return the user back to the ‘Fire System Normal’
screen.
5.
The system should not be left logged-in, press the touch screen display to get back into the system
and then press the “Logout” button or if the keyswitch was used turn the enable access key to the left
to exit Key Level 2 and remove the key.
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Section 3
Navigating the User Controls
To access User Controls press the press “User Controls” button on the top right of the touch screen display. this
will show a range of buttons that allow the user to perform a number of functions. The buttons shown will depend
upon the configuration.
System Information
This provides the user the software versions of the panel.
Disablements (Re-Enablements)
WARNING - DISABLEMENTS SHOULD BE RESTORED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO ENSURE THE FIRE SYSTEM
PROTECTS THE OCCUPANTS AND THE BUILDING.
1.
To either Disable or Re-enable on the panel press “Disablements” button from the User Controls
screen.
Within this option it allows Zones / Devices / Sounders and Outputs to be Disabled or Re-Enabled.
2.
Select the appropriate button on the touch screen display, each disablement option is described
below;
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Disable /Re-Enable Zones
Perform this operation to disable / enable zones on the FACP.
To disable zones on the FACP;
3.
Press “Disable Zones” button on the Fire system Normal window.
4.
Press the empty box adjacent to the Disabled Zone(s) on the Fire System Normal window.
5.
Press “Details View” button on the Fire System Normal window.
6.
Press the “Submit” button.
7.
Press “No” and this will then give the option to change the field to “Yes” in the Include Call Points box
if required.
8.
Press “Submit” button.
9.
Press the “Disablement” button in the top navigation.
10. Press “More Details” button.
11.
Press the “Disable” button on the top navigation bar.
12. Press “Enable” or “Enable All” button to re-enable the disabled Zone(s).
13. Press the window.
14. Press “Logout” button.
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The No User Group authorisation on the window is displayed.
Disable/Re-Enable Devices
Perform this operation to disable devices on the FACP.
To disable devices on the FACP;
15. Press “Disable Devices” button on the ‘Fire System Normal’ window.
16. Devices can be disabled either by Loop or Zone.
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To Disable by Loop:
17. Press “Loop X” button. Where X is the required loop number from1 (up to) 16.
18. The number of options displayed will depend upon the different device types fitted to the loop, the system will provide options to select by device types fitted or by the “All” option which selects all the
devices fitted to the loop. To select any of the options press inside the checkbox to select (multiple
selections are allowed) and a green tick will be displayed when successfully selected.
19. Once a green tick is displayed, the “Show” button will become active, press the “Show” button and
this will list all the devices selected on the selected Loop that can be disabled.
20. Press the “More Details” button on the device that you wish to disable.
21. Press “Disable” button to disable the selected device.
22. Press the “Disablement” button on the top navigation bar. (Note this will show all devices that have
been disabled).
23. Press “More Details” button.
24. Press the “Disable” button on the top navigation bar.
25. Press “Enable” button to re-enable the required devices that has been previously disabled.
26. Press the window.
Disable / Re-Enable All Sounders
Perform this operation to disable / enable all sounders on the FACP.
All Sounders on the FACP are disabled (enabled) as a complete group.
Disable / Re-Enable Panel Outputs
Perform this operation to disable panel outputs on the FACP.
Outputs on the FACP can be disabled (enabled) individually. So if an individual Sounder Circuit or any other Panel
Output can be selected individually and disabled.
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Disable / Re-Enable All Outputs
Perform this operation to disable / enable all outputs on the FACP.
All Outputs on the FACP can be disabled (enabled) as a complete group.
Disable / Re-Enable All Plant Outputs
Perform this operation to disable / enable all plant outputs on the FACP.
All Plant Outputs on the FACP can be disabled (enabled) as a complete group.
Test Zones
WARNING - ZONES IN TEST SHOULD BE RESTORED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO ENSURE THE FIRE SYSTEM
PROTECTS THE OCCUPANTS AND THE BUILDING.
Zone testing allows devices to be put in to alarm condition and automatically resets the FACP to confirm activation.
The Test Zones feature allows operators to conduct testing without manually resetting the FACP between activations.
27. Press “Test Zones” button.
28. Press inside the checkbox(s) required to either select “All” zones or individually select the required
zone(s) to test (multiple selections are allowed) and a green tick shows when successfully selected a
zone to test.
29. Once all the required zones have been selected press “Details View” button.
30. Once it has been verified the required zones have been selected press “Submit” button.
31. Zones can be tested with or without the system sounders being active, To change the setting Press
“Box showing the current option” (Yes/NO) and this will then give the option to change the field to
the opposite setting if required to change.
32. Press “Submit” button to begin the test of the selected zone(s).
The Test Mode ON LED on the fascia of the FACP will be continuously illuminated whilst the system is in Zones Test.
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33. Press the “X Zones in Test” button on the top navigation bar (where X is the number of zones in test).
34. Test all required zones.
35. Press “More Details” button to see additional information.
36. Press the “X Zones in Test” button on the top navigation bar or “Back” button to return to the previous window.
37. Press “Restore All” to button to cancel the test of all Zone(s) in test or press the “Enable” button
next to each zone to take that zone out of test.
38. Press the window.
39. Press “Logout” button.
The No User Group authorisation on the window is displayed:
Set Date and Time
40. Press “Set Date & Time” button on the Fire System Normal window:
The Set Date & Time window is displayed:
41. Adjust the Time and Date accordingly and then press “Apply” button to set the new parameters.
View Event Log
Perform this operation to view the Event Log of the system.
The user can find the device they wish to view by Loop (1-16) or Zone, then by device type (multiple devices types
can be selected) or all the devices on the loop or Zone. The panel will then provide a list of devices based upon the
selected criteria, for each device the status can be shown using the “More Details” button or disabled / re-enabled
as required.
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View Devices
Perform this operation to view the status of any loop device.
The user can find the device they wish to view by Loop (1-16) or Zone, then by device type (multiple devices types
can be selected) or all the devices on the loop or Zone. The panel will then provide a list of devices based upon the
selected criteria, for each device the status can be shown using the “More Details” button or disabled / re-enabled
as required.
Panel Tests
Perform this operation to test the user interface.
The panel LED’s and internal buzzer can be tested to ensure that they all illuminate and sound.
The LCD screen can be tested to ensure that it displays characters correctly.
GUI Settings
Perform this operation to adjust the screen brightness and the buzzer operation.
The screen brightness can either by selected manually or set automatically where it adjusts to the ambient light.
The internal buzzer can be selected to sound on each keypress or be silent during keypress.
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Section 4
Notifying the Emergency Contact
Contact Form
Name
Company
Primary Telephone
Secondary Telephone
Mobile Phone
Address
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