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DSD-080 User Manual V-1.0

DSD-080

SEISMIC

SECURITY

PANEL

DESCRIPTION

DATAKOM DSD-080 Seismic Security

Panel monitors seismic motions of a strong earthquake and provides relay output signals from it. Output signals are used to shut-off critical installations as natural gas and LPG systems, generators, elevators and the like.

The unit helps reducing damages of a probable earthquake. On its graphical display screen, the unit shows system status.

DSD-080 incorporates highly sensitive triple axis seismic sensors. The unit is maintenance free and capable of making self-test.

The earthquake sensing specifications of

DSD-080 conforms to both ANSI Z21.80

(1981), ASCE 25-97 and TS-12884(2002) standards.

DSD-080 operates on mains with a battery backup. 24V/1.2A-h batteries are incorporated to the unit. The unit provides automatic battery charging feature. During long mains failures, if batteries get low, the unit gives audible and visible alarm.

The unit provides 5 high power relay outputs. Through the programming menu, outputs may be assigned to any function selected from a list.

FEATURES

Wide operating voltage range

• Conformal to earhquake standards

• Triple

axis motion detection

Automatic self-test

Internal audible warning

• Internal 24V battery

5 programmable relay outputs (5Amp)

• Visual indicators for battery status

• Wide operating temperature range

Sensor Specifications

Sensor type: Triple axis polysilicon semiconductor acceleration sensors.

Sensor operating limits:

±2g.

Sensor failure limit: more than 50g.

Acceleration threshold: TS12884, ANSI

Z21.80 (1981), ASCE 25-97

Detection delay: 0.5sn. maximum

Frequency range: 0.5Hz to 25Hz

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Any unauthorized use or copying of the contents or any part of this document is prohibited.

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

This document describes minimum requirements and necessary steps for the successful installation of the DSD-080 family units.

Follow carefully advices given in the document. These are often good practices for the installation which reduce future issues.

For all technical queries please contact Datakom at below e-mail address: [email protected]

REVISION HISTORY

REVISION DATE WRITTEN

01 20.12.2016 MH First edition

TERMINOLOGY

DESCRIPTION

CAUTION: Potential risk of injury or death.

WARNING: Potential risk of malfunction or material damage.

ATTENTION: Useful hints for the understanding of device operation.

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SAFETY NOTICE

Failure to follow below instructions will result in death or serious injury

Electrical equipment should be installed only by qualified specialist. No responsibility is assured by the manufacturer or any of its subsidiaries for any consequences resulting from the noncompliance to these instructions.

Check the unit for cracks and damages due to transportation. Do not install damaged equipment.

Do not open the unit. There is no serviceable parts inside.

Fuses must be connected to phase voltage inputs, in close proximity of the unit.

Fuses must be of fast type (FF) with a maximum rating of 6A.

Disconnect all power before working on equipment.

When the unit is connected to the network do not touch terminals.

Any electrical parameter applied to the device must be in the range specified in the user manual.

Do not try to clean the device with solvent or the like. Only clean with a dry cloth.

Verify correct terminal connections before applying power.

Designed for vertical wall mounting.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section

1. COMMISSIONING

2. INSTALLATION

2.1. DIMENSIONS

2.2. MECHANICAL INSTALLATION

2.3. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

2.4. INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

3. PUSHBUTTON FUNCTIONS

4. DISPLAYS

5. ALARMS

6. DEVICE CONFIGURATION

6.1. ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE

6.2. CHANGING PARAMETER VALUE

6.3. LIST OF PARAMETERS

6.4. LIST OF FUNCTIONS

6.5. RELAY FUNCTIONS

7. TEST MENU SCREEN

8. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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1. COMMISSIONING

Before installation:

Read the user manual carefully, determine the correct connection diagram.

Install the unit to a flat surface. A vertical surface should be preferred.

Fix the unit to the wall through screw openings.

Make electrical connections with plugs removed from sockets, then place plugs to their sockets. Otherwise you may destroy the socket and connector.

Be sure that the ambient temperature will not exceed the maximum operating temperature limit.

Below conditions may damage the device:

Incorrect connections.

Incorrect power supply voltage.

Overload or short circuit at relay outputs

Below conditions may cause abnormal operation:

Power supply voltage below minimum acceptable level.

Power supply frequency out of specified limits

Installation on vibrating places or vibrating parts.

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2. INSTALLATION

2.1. DIMENSIONS

Dimensions: 192x120x65mm (WxHYxD)

Weight: 1900g

192mm

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2.2 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION

The unit is designed for wall mounting. Please mount on a flat surface through screw openings.

WALL

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2.3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Do not install the unit close to high electromagnetic noise emitting devices like contactors, high current busbars, switchmode power supplies and the like.

Although the unit is protected against electromagnetic disturbance, excessive disturbance can affect the operation, measurement precision and data communication quality.

ALWAYS remove plug connectors when inserting wires with a screwdriver.

Fuse must be connected to phase voltage input, in close proximity of the unit.

Fuses must be of fast type (FF) with a maximum rating of 6A.

Use cables of appropriate temperature range.

Use adequate cable section, at least 0.75mm

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(AWG18).

Be sure that relay outputs are not overloaded.

Use additional contactors when necessary.

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2.4 CONNECTION DIAGRAM

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3. PUSHBUTTON FUNCTIONS

Three buttons on the front panel provide access to configuration and test screens.

BUTTON FUNCTION

Used to record modifications at the programming mode.

HELD PRESSED FOR 5 SECONDS:

Alarms and alarm relay are reset.

Used to navigate between menus.

Programming mode: Increase related value.

Used to navigate between menus.

Programming mode: Decrease related value.

HELD PRESSED TOGETHER FOR 3 SECONDS:

Enters the programming mode. If already in programming mode, then exits programming mode.

HELD PRESSED TOGETHER FOR 3 SECONDS:

If both pushbuttons are held pressed during 3 seconds, then enters Test mode.

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4. DISPLAYS

Operational

Battery

Normal

Low

Battery

OPERATIONAL LED: Indicates that the unit is operating normally.

BATTERY NORMAL LED: Indicates that the battery voltage is above the “

Low

Battery Voltage ” parameter.

LOW BATTERY LED: Indicates that the battery voltage is below the “ Low Battery

Voltage

” parameter.

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5. ALARMS

The unit provides two different alarm levels for “Weak Motion” and “Strong Motion”.

The unit has a closed circuit detector at the solenoid relay output. If the solenoid connection is broken, then a “no solenoid” alarm will occur.

Additionally a “Low Battery” alarm is provided.

Any of the above alarms may be assigned to any relay output. However the Solenoid output can be only assigned as “Strong Motion” alarm.

When any alarm occurs, related relay outputs become active and the unit gives an audible alarm.

By depresing the RESET pushbutton, alarms are reset and relays return to their initial position.

DESCRIPTION ALARM

MESSAGE

LOW BATTERY

WEAK MOTION

STRONG MOTION

NO SOLENOID

Occurs when the battery voltage is below the “Low Battery

Voltage” parameter.

Occurs when the measured acceleration is over the userdefined threshold for the weak motion.

Occurs when the measured acceleration is over the threshold for the strong motion. This threshold is defined by international standards and is not adjustable.

Occurs when there is no connection at solenoid output, or when the conductor wires are broken.

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6. DEVICE CONFIGURATION

6.1 ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE

In order to enter the program mode, please hold pressed and pushbuttons during 3 seconds. When program mode is entered, the PROGRAM MENU will come to the screen.

Using or pushbottons, program parameters may be scanned.

Modified parameters are saved to a non-volatile memory and are not affected by energy failures.

If no button is pressed during 1 minute, the unit will automatically exit the program mode.

6.2 CHANGING PARAMETER VALUE

In program mode, the required parameter is selected using or pushbuttons. By depressing the pushbutton the parameter modification is enabled.

Using and pushbuttons, the parameter is adjusted to the desired function and the new value is saved by depressing the pushbutton.

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6.3 LIST OF PARAMETERS

SCREEN DESCRIPTION

WEAK MOT.

LEVEL

DUSUK AK Ü

SEV.

R1, R2, R3, R4

SLD

WEAK MOTION LEVEL

This parameter defines the “weak motion” alarm threshold. When the unit detects an acceleration above this level, it will give a weak motion alarm.

LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE

If the measured internal battery voltage is below this parameter, then a “low battery” alarm will occur.

RELAY DEFINITIONS

User defined function settings of relays

SOLENOID OUTPUT

This parameter defines the characteristics of the solenoid output.

MIN

25mg

18V

6.4 LIST OF FUNCTIONS

Relay and solenoid outputs of the unit may be adjusted to various functions.

Fonksiyon Açıklama

MAX

75mg

26V

RELAY OPEN

LOW BATTERY

WEAK MOTION

WEAK MOTION

LATCHED

WEAK MOTION

SOLENOID

WEAK MOTION

SIGNAL

STRONG MOTION

STRONG MOTION

LATCHED

STRONG MOTION

SOLENOID

STRONG MOTION

SIGNAL

Output is always passive.

Output closed when battery is low.

Output closed during a weak motion.

Output closed during a weak motion. Remains closed until manually reset.

Output closed every 10 seconds when a weak motion is detected. Continues operation until a manual reset.

Output closed every second when a weak motion is detected. Continues operation until a manual reset.

Output closed during a strong motion.

Output closed during a strong motion. Remains closed until manually reset.

Output closed every 10 seconds when a strong motion is detected. Continues operation until a manual reset.

Output closed every second when a strong motion is detected. Continues operation until a manual reset.

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7. TEST MENU SCREEN

The unit provides a test menu in order to test relay outputs and the audible alarm.

In order to enter the test menu screen, the unit is set to program mode and pushbuttons are held pressed together during 3 seconds.

The desired function is selected using or pushbuttons and activated using pushbutton.

Relay outputs, solenoid output and the audible alarm may be tested in this menu.

In order to exit test menu, please hold pressed pushbuttons during 3 seconds.

8. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Operating voltage:

Supply power:

Battery charge voltage:

85 to 305VAC

4W maximum.

27.5V (+/-0.2V)

Battery charge current:

Low battery voltage limit:

100mA maximum

22V. (+/- 0.3V)

Current drain from battery: 15mA. max from 24VDC (All relays passive) Additional

6mA for each energized relay.

Battery capacity:

Operation from battery:

24VDC, 1.2A-h

>24 hours (typically 72 hours)

Self test:

Switching:

At power-on and reset.

5 relay outputs. (5A / 30VDC / 250VAC)

Audible warning: 85dB/1m buzzer.

Operating temperature range: -10 to +70 °C.

Relative humidity: 10% to 90

% arası (non-condensing)

Weight: 1900 grams (approximative)

Dimensions: 192x120x65mm (WxHxD)

DATAKOM Elektronik Ltd.

Tel: +90-216-466 84 60 Fax: +90-216-364 65 65 e-mail: [email protected] http: www.datakom.com.tr

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