Panasonic Smoke Alarm 1826 User manual

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Fire alarm systems
External Fire Brigade
Panel 1826
Control and indicating panel for the fire brigade personnel
Built-in printer (option)
Ext. Fire Brigade Panel
This unit is intended to be used by the fire
brigade personnel, i.e. for pre-warning, coincidence, fire and heavy smoke / heat alarm
Point or zone alarm
presentation and fire alarm reset are as in the
c.i.e. it is connected to. You can scroll
amongst two or more alarms in the system.
All or selected alarms will be presented in
the unit's display (LCD, 2x40 characters
with back-light). An alarm text will be
presented together with each alarm, if
programmed in the c.i.e. Furthermore, >
617 texts for selected alarms can be stored in
the unit and will in such a case be shown,
instead of the texts sent from the c.i.e. for
these alarms. A built-in buzzer will sound
like in the c.i.e. Any fault in the system will
be presented as "General fault in system"
and the buzzer will sound. The unit is
power supplied via the c.i.e. or ext. power
LEDs, push buttons etc.
The unit has the following LEDs:
• Fire and Alarms queued, indicating
pre-warning, co-incidence, fire and
heavy smoke / heat alarm.
• Operation, indicating that the unit is
connected to a c.i.e. and power
supplied, i.e. it is in operation.
• Extinguishing, indicating activated
output for Extinguishing equipment.
• Ventilation, indicating activated output
for Ventilation equipment.
• Fire brigade tx, indicating activated
output for Fire brigade tx (routing
The unit has the following push buttons:
• Alarms queued, used to scroll amongst
the alarms.
• Silence buzzer, used to silence the
buzzer (it will re-sound for a new
• Silence alarm devices, used to silence
the alarm devices (they will re-sound
for a new alarm.
• Reset, used to reset the fire alarms.
, used for paper feed, when the unit is
provided with a printer 1835 (option).
The designation texts on the front are in
1826SE in Swedish but a neutral front for
other languages is available (1826CC).
Ext. FBP 1826 & Printer 1835
The ext. FBP 1826 consists of a grey metal
cabinet with a door. A key is required to
open the door, which has a Plexiglas in front
of the FBP front, see photo. It has cable
inlets on the top, bottom and back sides and
is intended to be wall mounted. Two
compression glands are attached.
A Printer 1835 can be mounted in the ext.
FBP 1826. It will print all the alarms,
including the alarm texts.
SW mode and address setting
The display and the push buttons are used to
set the SW mode and address, see the
opposite side of this page.
Product application
The 1826 unit is intended for indoor use and
in dry premises. SW mode 1826/28 – 1587
2nd Cab is intended to be used in the
systems EBL512 and EBL128 and SW
mode 1826/28 – 1582 2nd Cab in the
systems EBL500 / 512 / 1000 / 2000.
Panasonic Electric Works Fire & Security Technology Europe AB
Citadellsvägen 23, SE-211 18 Malmö, Sweden
Tel: +46 (0)40 697 70 00 • Fax: +46 (0)40 697 70 99
[email protected] •
Type numbers
External Fire Brigade Panel. 1826SE / 1826CC: Designation texts on the front in
Swedish / see below. NOTE! In Swedish convention (SBF): No "General fault"
Printer for External Fire Brigade Panel 1826
External FBP interface board. (Required in EBL512 / 500 when SW mode 1826/28 –
1582 2nd Cab shall be used.)
External FBP / DU interface board. (Required in EBL512 when SW mode 1826/28 –
1587 2nd Cab shall be used. EBL512 software V>2.3.2 1 required.)
Connection board. (Required in EBL1000. SW mode 1826/28 – 1582 2nd Cab only.)
RS485 Transceiver component / comm. module. (Required in EBL128. SW mode
1826/28 – 1587 2nd Cab only. EBL128 software V>1.0.5 1 required.)
Only required if the new function ("General fault" presentation) shall be used.
NOTE! The number of ext. FBPs that can be power supplied via the c.i.e. / board / external power
supply, is depending on if each 1826 unit has a printer or not, as well as all other units connected to the
same c.i.e. / board / external power supply.2 Up to 1200 m cable can be used.
1826CC is a unit with a neutral front where the designation texts by production are made separately and
put into a transparent "text slot" for the LED and push button respectively. CC=Country Code.
The ext. FBP 1826 can run in one of two different SW modes:
a) 1826 in SW mode 1826/28 – 1587 2nd Cab has the highest performance with regard to
functionality, response time, ability to store fire alarms, etc. and is intended to succeed the ext. FBP 2426
(1826+printer 1835 will succeed the ext. FBP 2425) but not as a spare part, since 1826, in this SW mode,
requires an Ext. FBP / DU interface board 1587 in the EBL512 c.i.e. and the look, dimensions, etc. are
not the same. This mode is always to be used when the ext. FBP is connected to EBL128.
b) 1826 in SW mode 1826/28 – 1582 2nd Cab has the same functionality as the ext. FBP 2426 and can
be used as a spare part (1826+printer 1835 is a spare part for the ext. FBP 2425), i.e. the performance is
the same but the look, dimensions, etc. are not the same. 1826, in this SW mode, requires an Ext. FBP
interface board 1582 in the EBL512 / EBL500 c.i.e.
Technical data
Voltage (V DC)
normal (in the system)
normal (in the system by battery back-up)
Current consumption at norm. volt. (mA)
Ext. FBP 1826
quiescent / active
Printer 1835
quiescent / active
26 (at 24 V), 48 (at 12 V) / 49 (at 24 V), 88 (at 12 V)
4 (at 24 V), 7 (at 12 V) / 161 (at 24 V), 345 (at 12 V)
Ambient temperature (°C)
0 to +40
-40 to +70
Ambient humidity (% RH)
max. 90, non condensing
Ingress Protection rating (estimated)
Size W x H x D (mm)
415 x 290 x 128
Weight (g)
Ext. FBP 1826 (excl. printer)
Printer 1835 (incl. paper roll) / paper roll
345 / 110
Colour (metal cabinet / door)
Light grey (NCS S 1500-N, PMS Cool grey 2) & aluminium sides.
CE; Conforms with EN54-2 and –4 whenever applicable.
Conforms with SS3654 edition 1.
On each 1582 board are up to eight addresses available and on each 1587 board up to sixteen addresses. In EBL128
are up to four addresses available.
All technical features and data are subject to changes without notice, resulting from continuous development and improvement.
Product Leaflet
Date of issue
Revision / Date of revision
5 / 2008-08-18
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