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IXP300/400
ZITON FIRE ALARM SERVER
Version 3.22
SOFTWARE USER MANUAL
Manual reference number : IXP325-0-0-GB-00
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IMPRO ZITON SERVER SOFTWARE
INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
CONTENTS
ZITON SERVER SOFTWARE ..................................................................................... 7
SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL ..................................................................................... 7
ASSOCIATED MANUALS ....................................................................................... 7
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................... 7
GENERAL INFORMATION......................................................................................... 8
DONGLES / LICENCING........................................................................................ 8
ZITON SYSTEM TERMINOLOGY ............................................................................ 8
Panels, Loops and Zones .................................................................................. 8
Protocols ......................................................................................................... 9
PRELIMINARY REQUIREMENTS ...........................................................................10
Sensor Names ................................................................................................10
SERVER DESCRIPTION ...........................................................................................10
GENERAL ...........................................................................................................10
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ...............................................................................10
Hardware Block Diagram .................................................................................11
RS232 Connection from a Ziton ZP3 Fire Control Panel to a PC ..........................11
RS232 Connection from a Ziton ZP5 Fire Control Panel to a PC ..........................12
ZITON FIRE ALARM PANEL PROGRAMMING .........................................................13
CONFIGURATION OF THE ZITON SERVER SOFTWARE..........................................13
Ziton Server Software Configuration.................................................................13
The Ziton Server Menus ..................................................................................14
CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE............................................................................15
Comms Port Configuration...............................................................................15
Baud Rate Configuration .................................................................................15
Panel Configuration.........................................................................................15
Help Menu......................................................................................................18
USE OF THE ZITON KEYPAD ...............................................................................19
CONFIGURATION OF THE GRAPHICS SOFTWARE.................................................19
Graphics Runtime Software Configuration.........................................................19
Graphics Designer Software Configuration ........................................................19
ALARM INDICATIONS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.....................................................20
APPLICABILITY OF THIS MANUAL ...........................................................................24
DIAGRAMS
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1 : Ziton Alarm Panels and Zones - concept .................................................... 9
2 : Ziton/ImproNet interface - block diagram .................................................11
3 : Ziton ZP3 RS232 cable connector pin-outs ................................................12
4 : Ziton ZP5 - RS232 cable 25-pin to 25-pin D-type connector pin-outs ..........12
5 : Ziton ZP5 - RS232 cable 25-pin to 9-pin D-type connector pin-outs ............13
6 : Ziton Server dialog – General Tab selected ...............................................14
7 : Panel Setup dialog ..................................................................................15
8 : Add a new fire panel dialog .....................................................................16
9 : Editing fire panel dialog...........................................................................16
10 : Panel deletion confirmation dialog..........................................................17
11 : Sensors on Panel 1 dialog......................................................................17
12 : Add new sensor dialog ..........................................................................18
13 : Help Menu Ziton Server dialog ...............................................................18
14 : Help Info dialog ....................................................................................19
15 : Alarms tab information ..........................................................................20
TABLES
Table 1 : Ziton Server main menu options ...............................................................14
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ZITON SERVER SOFTWARE
SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL
This document provides information about the integration of a Fire Alarm System,
based on one of two types of Ziton Alarm Panel, with an ImproNet System.
The purpose of this integration is to allow alarm indications from one or more Ziton
Alarm Panels to be displayed and acknowledged via the ImproNet Graphics Runtime
software. The alarms provided for in ImproNet are Fire Alarms.
The two Ziton panels concerned are the ZP3 and ZP5 Panels. Such an alarm system
would typically include one or more Ziton Panels and associated alarm sensors.
using the ZP5 Panel, it must be equipped with a ZP5-CB232
communications board to provide RS232 communications for connection to the
ImproNet software.
When
The electrical connections required are described in this document.
This document does not provide any detailed information on programming the Ziton
panel. That information is part of the Ziton documentation.
ASSOCIATED MANUALS
Further information can be found in :
(a) Ziton ZP3 Fire Control Panel Manual.
(b) Ziton ZP5 Fire Control Panel Manual.
(c) ImproNet Graphics Designer User Manual IXP331-0-0-GB-XX.
(d) ImproNet Graphics Runtime User Manual IXP332-0-0-GB-XX.
INTRODUCTION
The Impro Ziton Server permits alarms from a Ziton Panel to be displayed and
acknowledged from the graphics Floor Plan in an ImproNet System.
The Impro Ziton Server Software allows for the use of the Ziton ZP3 or ZP5 Panel in
conjunction with the Impro Graphics Runtime package.
This Software is provided as part of the ImproNet System Software Suite from
ImproNet V7.08 onwards.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to use the Impro Ziton Server software when proprietary Ziton
software is running.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
DONGLES / LICENCING
The Ziton Server does not need a dongle to run. However, each Graphics Runtime
package needs to be unlocked via the ProxMate (or similar unit) to operate with the
Ziton software.
ZITON SYSTEM TERMINOLOGY
It is essential that you know the Ziton terminology listed here when integrating Ziton
Panels with an ImproNet System.
NOTE : The terms Panel, Loop, Super-Zone and Zone used in this document have
meanings specific to the Ziton System, and are not related in any way to the
same terms as used in ImproNet.
Panels, Loops and Zones
Each Ziton Alarm System can be divided into Zones and Super-Zones. Each SuperZone can contain several Zones (see Figure 1).
The Ziton Server is designed to manage Fire Alarms from the Ziton ZP3 or ZP5 Alram
Control Panels.
Several sensors can be used in each Zone, and each sensor is identified individually
by the system, so that the location of a fire can be accurately identified.
A Loop is a serial connection (to a Ziton panel) that includes one or more sensors (see
Figure 1).
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Loop 1
Loop 2
Zone 1
Panel 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Super-zone 1
= Sensor
ziton sample system.wmf
Figure 1 : Ziton Alarm Panels and Zones - concept
Typically, a Zone could be a department, and a Super-Zone the building containing that
department.
Protocols
Two protocols can be used within the Ziton Alarm System. One is used when only one
Ziton Panel is fitted, and the other for multi-panel systems where more than one panel
is connected to a master panel.
[a] For single panel systems:
Protocol: 07-ZCP2 (Single).
Setup:
57600/7/e/1.
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This indicates settings of 57600 baud, 7 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit.
[b] For multi-panel systems:
Protocol ZCP2 (Multi) is similar, and is intended to be used on multi-panel systems
where more than one panel is connected to a master panel.
PRELIMINARY REQUIREMENTS
The Ziton alarm system must be fully operational as a stand-alone system before
integrating it with the ImproNet System.
The following items must have been set up in the Ziton Panel Software before
configuring the ImproNet software:
Sensor Names
The names and locations of the Sensors must be known.
SERVER DESCRIPTION
GENERAL
ImproNet System Software, from Version 7.08 onwards, includes a Ziton Server
module. This software allows alarm signals received from a Ziton ZP3 or ZP5 Panel, or
group of panels, to be displayed on the ImproNet System Floor Plan(s) by the ImproNet
Graphics Runtime software.
The Ziton Server software communicates with the ImproNet Graphics Runtime
package.
The related ImproNet software consists of a Ziton Server, which can communicate with
a group of Ziton Fire Control Panels via an RS232 link. One or more Impro Graphics
Runtime packages can then connect to the Ziton Server in order to display alarms
generated in the Ziton system.
These two Impro software programs can run on any machine on the network provided
these have access to the ImproNet Database.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The electrical connections between each Ziton Panel (or group of panels) and the
ImproNet System consist simply of an RS232 link from the main Ziton Panel to a PC
that has access to the ImproNet Database.
The Ziton Server allows for the selection of a COM port and baud rate for this
connection.
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Hardware Block Diagram
The connections between a Ziton Panel and an ImproNet System are shown in block
diagram form in Figure 4. The only connection required is an RS 232 link.
Inputs from
alarm sensors
Ziton Fire
Control Panel
(Note 1 & 2)
RS232
PC with access to
ImproNet Database
LAN
NOTES:
Inputs from
alarm sensors
Ziton Fire
Control Panel
(Note 3)
1. If the Ziton panel is type ZP3, it
connects directly to the PC.
2. If the Ziton panel is type ZP5, it
connects via a ZP5-Comms
Board to the PC.
3. Other Ziton panels can be connected to communicate with
the PC via the first panel.
ziton zp3 alm - mpronet conn.wmf
Inputs from
alarm sensors
Ziton Fire
Control Panel
(Note 3)
to other
Ziton Fire
Control Panels
Figure 2 : Ziton/ImproNet interface - block diagram
RS232 Connection from a Ziton ZP3 Fire Control Panel to a PC
This RS232 connection is made directly from ZP3 Panel to the PC using a shielded
multi-core cable (refer to Figure 3).
This cable requires a 9-way D-type female connector at the ZP3 end, and a 9-way or
25-way D-type female connector at the PC end. The cable is used to link the 9-way Dtype connector on the Ziton ZP3 Panel to a PC RS232 Comms port.
If necessary, this link can be extended to a maximum of 10 m (10.94 yds).
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Female D-type connector
(9-way) OR (25-way)
(9-way female
D-type)
2
2
2
3
3
3
5
5
7
ziton zp3 RS232 pin-outs.wmf
Figure 3 : Ziton ZP3 RS232 cable connector pin-outs
RS232 Connection from a Ziton ZP5 Fire Control Panel to a PC
To connect a ZP5 Fire Control Panel to the PC, an RS232 shielded cable with a 9-way
female D-type connector at one end and a 9-way (or 25-way) female D-type connector
at the other must be used (see Figure 4).
SHIELD
1
1
SHIELD
TD
2
2
TD
RD
3
4
RD
RTS
3
4
CTS
5
5
CTS
DSR
6
6
DSR
GND
7
7
GND
DTR
20
20
DTR
RTS
ziton zp5 RS232 25d pin-outs.wmf
25-way D-type
(female)
25-way D-type
(female)
Figure 4 : Ziton ZP5 - RS232 cable 25-pin to 25-pin D-type connector pinouts
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SHIELD
1
1
SHIELD
TD
2
2
TD
RD
3
4
3
4
RD
RTS
CTS
5
5
CTS
DSR
6
6
DSR
GND
7
7
GND
DTR
20
8
DTR
RTS
ziton zp5 RS232 9d pin-outs.wmf
25-way D-type
(female)
9-way D-type
(female)
Figure 5 : Ziton ZP5 - RS232 cable 25-pin to 9-pin D-type connector pinouts
ZITON FIRE ALARM PANEL PROGRAMMING
Certain configuration actions need to be made via the Ziton keypad panel to allow the
software to communicate correctly.
Detailed programming information is included in the Ziton ZP3 and ZP5 Fire Control
Panel Manuals.
You may need to ask your Ziton installer to program the Panel/s.
CONFIGURATION OF THE ZITON SERVER SOFTWARE
Ziton Server Software Configuration
To configure the Ziton Server, proceed as follows:
[1] Start the Ziton Server from <install dir>/bin/Ziton.exe.
[2] The Ziton Server dialog shown in Figure 7 will be displayed.
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Figure 6 : Ziton Server dialog – General Tab selected
The Ziton Server Menus
The Ziton Server Main Menu Bar includes the following options :
MENU
ITEM
OPTION
OPERATIONS/COMMENTS
File
Exit
Exit Ziton Server.
Config
Ports
Select RS232 Comm Port from COM 1 to 8.
Baud
Select required baud rate.
View
Panels
Permits the configuration of Panels and Sensors.
Help
About
This dialog provides release date and version
information, and the options listed below.
INF
Provides property and value information about
software installed.
GC
Used to release unused memory.
Table 1 : Ziton Server main menu options
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CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE
To configure the Ziton Server in a new application, use the procedure below.
Comms Port Configuration
[1] Select the Config option from the Ziton Server main menu.
[2] Select the Ports option. This permits the selection of a Comms port from COM1 to
COM 8.
[3] Select the required Port, and click OK.
[4] The default Port is COM1.
Baud Rate Configuration
[1] Select the Config option from the Ziton Server main menu.
[2] Select the Baud option. This permits the selection of a baud rate from these
options : 9 600, 19 200, 38 400, and 57 600. The default baud rate is 57 600.
[3] Select the required baud rate, and click OK.
Panel Configuration
To configure Fire Panels, select View, and then Panel. The Panel Setup dialog
shown in Figure 7 will be displayed.
Figure 7 : Panel Setup dialog
The Panel Setup dialog displays a list of the fire panels that are currently configured.
The operation of the Add, Edit, and Delete buttons is described next, followed by the
Sensors button.
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Adding a new Panel
[1] To add a new Fire Panel, click Add. The Add a new fire panel dialog shown in
Figure 8 will be displayed.
Figure 8 : Add a new fire panel dialog
[2] Select the required Panel No from the selection box.
[3] Type in the Name of the Panel in the box provided.
[4] Select Save or Cancel as required.
Edit Panel data
[1] To edit data for a Panel, highlight the appropriate line and click Edit.
[2] The Editing fire panel dialog shown in Figure 9 will be displayed.
[3] Change the Panel No if required, from the selection box.
[4] Change the Panel Name if required by highlighting the existing text and entering
the new text.
Figure 9 : Editing fire panel dialog
[5] Click Save or Cancel as required.
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Delete Panel data
[1] To delete Panel data, select the line required in the Panel Setup dialog.
[2] Click Delete. The dialog shown in Figure 10 will be displayed.
Figure 10 : Panel deletion confirmation dialog
Sensors
To display a list of sensors connected to a Panel :
[1] Highlight the Panel data by selecting a panel in the Panel Setup dialog (for
example, Panel 1).
[2] Click Sensors. A Sensors on Panel 1 dialog similar to that shown in Figure 11 will
be displayed.
Figure 11 : Sensors on Panel 1 dialog
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Adding a new Sensor
[1] To add a Sensor, click Add. The Add new sensor dialog shown in Figure 12 will
be displayed.
Figure 12 : Add new sensor dialog
[2] Type the Sensor Name in the box provided.
[3] Select a Sensor Type from the drop-down menu.
[4] Select the required Loop, Sensor, Zone and Super Zone numbers.
[5] Type in Guidance Text (if required), in the box provided. (This text will appear in
the Graphics Runtime when this alarm occurs).
[6] Click Save or Cancel as required.
Help Menu
[1] Select the Help option from the Main Menu.
[2] Select About. The About Ziton Server dialog shown in Figure 13 will be
displayed.
Figure 13 : Help Menu Ziton Server dialog
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[3] Option INF provides data about the installed software (an example is given in
Figure 14).
[4] Option GC frees unused memory.
Figure 14 : Help Info dialog
USE OF THE ZITON KEYPAD
The Ziton Keypad is used to program the Ziton Panel and to manage the alarm system.
Further details are provided in the Ziton manuals.
CONFIGURATION OF THE GRAPHICS SOFTWARE
Graphics Runtime Software Configuration
The configuration and acknowledgement of alarms from the Ziton equipment in the
Graphics Runtime software is described in the Graphics Runtime Software User Manual.
Graphics Designer Software Configuration
The configuration of Ziton alarm icons in the Graphics Designer software is described in
the Graphics Designer Software User Manual.
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ALARM INDICATIONS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
[1] To view Alarm Indications, click the Alarms tab in the Server Information
dialog. Alarms information similar to that shown in Figure 15 will be displayed.
Figure 15 : Alarms tab information
[2] The Alarms tab displays details of each alarm condition received from the Ziton
system.
[3] To acknowledge an alarm, select the appropriate row in this screen. The row will
now be highlighted.
[4] Double-click on the highlighted row. A box with the word Acknowledge will be
displayed next to the highlighted row; select this box to acknowledge the Alarm.
[5] If all Alarms are acknowledged, the associated Ziton Panel is silenced by the Ziton
Server Software.
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APPLICABILITY OF THIS MANUAL
Design changes to the system may be made which do not affect this manual. For this
reason the software and firmware versions quoted here may differ from those in the
system. When a change occurs which affects this manual, the manual issue number
will change and the software and/or firmware version quoted here will change
appropriately. Until that occurs these versions, and any subsequent versions, will be
covered by this issue of the manual.
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item concerned. This manual is applicable to the Impro Ziton Server Software Module
Version 1.00 onwards. The next issue of this manual will determine the final software
version to which this issue is applicable.
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