Mx-1000 Series - Fire & Security Solutions Ltd

Technical Data Sheet
Mx-1000 Series
Application Guide
for
Mx-1002, Mx-1004, Mx-1008, Mx-1016 & Mx-1032
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panels
And
Mx-1108, Mx-1116 & Mx-1132 Repeater Panels
Document Number:
Revision:
680-077
02
ELECTRONICS LIMITED
Moorland House : Nelson Park : Cramlington
Northumberland : NE23 1WE
Tel: +44 (0)1670 707 111
Fax: +44 (0)1670 707 222
www.Advel.co.uk Email: Sales@Advel.co.uk
ISO9001
ISO9001
Mx-1000 Series
1 Contents
1
CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................................... 3
2
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 6
3
GENERAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................. 6
3.1
CABINET SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 6
3.1.1
Surface Panel Order Codes & Descriptions............................................................................ 7
3.1.2
Semi-flush Panel Order Codes & Descriptions ....................................................................... 8
3.1.3
Fully Flush Panel Order Codes and Descriptions................................................................... 9
3.2
PANEL DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................................... 10
3.2.1
C1627 16 Zone Motherboard ................................................................................................ 11
3.2.2
C1632 16 Zone Expansion Board.......................................................................................... 11
3.2.3
C1628 16 Zone Display Board and C1629 32 Zone Display Board...................................... 11
3.2.4
C1631 Repeater Interface Board........................................................................................... 11
3.3
PANEL ASSEMBLY........................................................................................................................... 12
3.4
PANEL RANGE ................................................................................................................................ 13
3.5
REPEATER DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................ 13
4
FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION.................................................................................................... 14
4.1
4.2
5
C1627 MOTHERBOARD FEATURES............................................................................................. 16
5.1
6
FIELD DEVICE ORDER CODES & DESCRIPTIONS ............................................................................. 20
OVERVIEW OF USER FUNCTIONS .............................................................................................. 22
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
9
BATTERY CHARGER ....................................................................................................................... 17
VISUAL INDICATIONS ..................................................................................................................... 18
FAULT OUTPUTS............................................................................................................................. 18
BATTERY DISCONNECT .................................................................................................................. 18
32 ZONE POWER SUPPLY FEATURES AND CONNECTIONS .............................................................. 19
COMPATIBLE FIELD DEVICES .................................................................................................... 20
7.1
8
C1632 16 ZONE EXPANSION BOARD FEATURES ............................................................................ 17
POWER SUPPLIES ............................................................................................................................ 17
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
7
PANEL INPUT/OUTPUT LIST ............................................................................................................ 14
FEATURES LIST .............................................................................................................................. 14
USER INDICATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 22
USER CONTROLS ............................................................................................................................ 23
SELECTION OF DETECTION ZONES OR OUTPUTS FOR DISABLEMENT, ENABLEMENT OR TEST ........ 24
DISABLEMENT/RE-ENABLEMENT OF DETECTION ZONES AND OUTPUTS......................................... 24
DETECTOR ZONE ONE MAN TEST. .................................................................................................. 24
ALARM SOUNDER ONE MAN TEST .................................................................................................. 25
OVERVIEW OF ENGINEERS FUNCTIONS ................................................................................. 25
9.1
ENGINEER’S CONFIGURATION PROCESS .......................................................................................... 25
9.1.1
Zone/Output Delay Configuration ......................................................................................... 25
9.1.2
Other Configurable Features ................................................................................................ 25
9.2
CONFIGURABLE DETECTION ZONES ............................................................................................... 25
9.3
DELAY ZONE CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................... 26
9.4
STANDARD OR INTRINSICALLY SAFE ZONE..................................................................................... 26
9.5
SHORT CIRCUIT FIRE CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................ 26
9.6
THE DELAY MODE FEATURE ........................................................................................................... 26
9.7
CONFIGURE DELAY ZONES ............................................................................................................. 26
9.8
1 – 2 STAGE DELAY ....................................................................................................................... 26
9.9
SELECTION OF OUTPUTS TO BE DELAYED ........................................................................................ 27
9.10 SELECTABLE ZONAL OR GENERAL ALARM SOUNDER OPERATION .................................................. 27
9.11 PULSE NON-ALARM ZONES ............................................................................................................ 27
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9.12
9.13
9.14
9.15
9.16
9.17
9.18
9.19
9.20
9.21
INHIBIT FIRE PROTECTION ON NON-LATCHED ZONE ......................................................................27
DELAY ALARM SILENCE AND RESET ..............................................................................................27
ALARMS ON EVACUATE ONLY .......................................................................................................27
SILENCE BEFORE RESET .................................................................................................................27
SILENT ZONE TEST .........................................................................................................................28
BUZZER DISABLE ...........................................................................................................................28
LATCHED FAULTS...........................................................................................................................28
REPEATER CONFIGURATION ...........................................................................................................28
OUTPUT RELAY CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................................28
EARTH FAULT MONITORING. ..........................................................................................................28
10
PANEL REPEATERS.....................................................................................................................28
11
CIRCUIT CONNECTION DETAILS ...........................................................................................29
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
12
12.1
13
2-16 ZONE MOTHERBOARD TERMINATION DETAILS .....................................................................29
16 ZONE EXPANSION BOARD TERMINATION DETAILS....................................................................29
AUXILIARY SUPPLY ........................................................................................................................29
FIRE ROUTING, FIRE PROTECTION AND FAULT ROUTING OUTPUTS ...............................................30
USE OF AUXILIARY INPUTS ............................................................................................................31
SOUNDER CIRCUITS ........................................................................................................................32
ELECTRICAL DESIGN OF DETECTION ZONES...................................................................33
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DEVICES ON A ZONE .................................................................................33
C1651 TIMER MODULE - GENERAL ........................................................................................33
13.1 CLOCK MODULE FUNCTIONALITY ..................................................................................................33
13.2 CLOCK MODULE EDIT FACILITY ....................................................................................................34
13.2.1 Clock Module – User Control/Editing ...................................................................................34
13.2.2 Clock Module Engineer’s Editing and Configuration ...........................................................34
13.3 C1651 CLOCK MODULE PCB FEATURES .......................................................................................35
14
MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS .................36
15
INPUT AND OUTPUT SPECIFICATION ...................................................................................39
16
APPENDIX.......................................................................................................................................41
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
EN54 OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS WITH REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................41
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS RELATING TO EN54 ...............................................................................41
ANCILLARY FUNCTIONS NOT REQUIRED BY EN54 ........................................................................41
POWER SUPPLY LOAD CALCULATION ............................................................................................42
BATTERY STANDBY CAPACITY CALCULATION...............................................................................42
PANEL CONFIGURATION DESIGN CHART ........................................................................................44
FIGURE 1 – MX-1000 SERIES EXTERNAL VIEW – SURFACE BOXES .................................................................6
FIGURE 2 – MX-1000 SERIES EXTERNAL VIEW – SEMI FLUSH BOXES .............................................................8
FIGURE 3 – MX-1000 SERIES EXTERNAL VIEW – FULLY FLUSH BOXES ..........................................................9
FIGURE 4 - 2/4 ZONE PANEL MAIN COMPONENTS ..........................................................................................10
FIGURE 5 – 8/16 ZONE PANEL MAIN COMPONENTS .......................................................................................10
FIGURE 6 - 32 ZONE PANEL MAIN COMPONENTS ...........................................................................................11
FIGURE 7 - 2/4 ZONE PANEL – GENERAL ASSEMBLY [WITH OPTIONAL CLOCK/TIME MODULE]......................12
FIGURE 8 – 8/16 ZONE PANEL – GENERAL ASSEMBLY [WITH OPTIONAL CLOCK/TIME MODULE] ...................12
FIGURE 9 - 32 ZONE PANEL – GENERAL ASSEMBLY [WITH OPTIONAL CLOCK/TIME MODULE] .......................13
FIGURE 10 – C1627 MOTHERBOARD LAYOUT ...............................................................................................16
FIGURE 11 – 32 ZONE POWER SUPPLY LAYOUT .............................................................................................19
FIGURE 12 - C1627 FIELD TERMINATION........................................................................................................29
FIGURE 13 - C1632 16 ZONE EXPANSION BOARD FIELD TERMINATION ...........................................................29
FIGURE 14 – FIRE ROUTING, FIRE PROTECTION AND FAULT ROUTING CONNECTIONS...................................30
FIGURE 15 – RESET RELAY CONTACT CONNECTION DETAILS .........................................................................31
FIGURE 16 – AUXILIARY I/P CONNECTION DETAIL .........................................................................................31
FIGURE 17 – ALARM CIRCUIT CONFIGURATION ..............................................................................................32
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FIGURE 18 – C1651 CLOCK MODULE PCB .................................................................................................... 35
FIGURE 19 - TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................... 36
TABLE 1 - MOTHERBOARD DIL SWITCH CONFIGURATION DESIGN/RECORD ................................................. 44
TABLE 2 - ZONE CONFIGURATION DESIGN/RECORD ...................................................................................... 45
TABLE 3 - OUTPUT DELAY CONFIGURATION DESIGN/RECORD ...................................................................... 46
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2 Introduction
This document contains Mx-1000 Series control panel data necessary for application design.
The following supporting documentation is also available:
•
•
•
•
•
Mx-1000 Series Sales Literature
Mx-1000 Series User Manual (Doc. No. 680-072).
Mx-1000 Series Installation and Commissioning Manual (Doc. No. 680-071).
Mx-1000 Series Log Book (Doc. No. 680-076).
Wiring Recommendations
3 General Description
The Mx-1000 Series Panel range is fully compliant with the mandatory requirements and selected
optional requirements of EN54-2 and 4 as well as the relevant requirements of BSEN5839-1:
2002.
The Mx-1000 Series equipment range:
• Panels: 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 zone versions.
• Repeater: 2 to 8, 16 and 32 zone versions.
A system comprises of the following:
• One off Mx-1000 Series 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 zone fire detection and alarm panel.
• Up to 5 off Repeater Panels [2 to 8, 16 or 32 zone variants].
Each panel in the range is housed in a single metal enclosure incorporating a door-mounted
display board fitted with a polyester overlay providing user controls and indications. User controls
are locked/unlocked via a key-switch. All indications are implemented using LEDs. The power
supply and standby batteries are housed within the panel enclosure.
3.1 Cabinet Specifications
A
Figure 1 – Mx-1000 Series External View – Surface Boxes
B
C
2/4 Zone
Panel
8/16 Zone
Panel
32 Zone
Panel
8/16 Zone
Repeater
32 Zone
Repeater
Top entry 20mm knock outs
17
26
32
17
32
Dim A [mm]
340
370
441
340
441
Dim B [mm]
325
325
400
325
400
Dim C [mm]
95
126
131
95
131
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3.1.1 Surface Panel Order Codes & Descriptions
Part Number
Description
Mx-1002
2 Zone Panel
Mx-1004
4 Zone Panel
Mx-1008
8 Zone Panel
Mx-1016
16 Zone Panel
Mx-1032
32 Zone Panel
Contact Sales
8 Zone Repeater with Power Supply
Contact Sales
16 Zone Repeater with Power Supply
Contact Sales
32 Zone Repeater with Power Supply
Mx-1108
8 Zone Repeater without Power Supply
Mx-1116
16 Zone Repeater without Power Supply
Mx-1132
32 Zone Repeater without Power Supply
Note: Contact Sales for current list of language options.
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Figure 2 – Mx-1000 Series External View – Semi Flush Boxes
y
A
z
x
z
B
C
8/16 zone
32 zone
repeater
repeater
32
17
32
433
504
403
504
388
388
463
388
463
69
100
105
69
105
350
380
451
350
451
340
340
415
340
415
30
30
30
30
30
2/4 zone
8/16 zone
32 zone
Top entry 20mm knock outs
17
26
Dim A [mm]
403
Dim B [mm]
Dim C [mm]
Dim x [mm]
Hole height
Dim y [mm]
Hole width
Dim z [mm]
3.1.2 Semi-flush Panel Order Codes & Descriptions
Part Number
Description
Contact Sales
Semi-flush bezel to fit 2/4 zone control panels
Contact Sales
Semi-flush bezel to fit 8 & 16 zone control panels
Contact Sales
Semi-flush bezel to fit 32 zone control panel
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Figure 3 – Mx-1000 Series External View – Fully Flush Boxes
y
z
x
A
z
B
C
8/16 zone
32 zone
repeater
repeater
32
17
32
411
482
381
482
428
428
503
428
503
95
126
131
95
131
350
380
451
350
451
380
380
455
380
455
50
50
50
50
50
2/4 zone
8/16 zone
32 zone
Top entry 20mm knock outs
17
26
Dim A [mm]
381
Dim B [mm]
Dim C [mm]
Dim x [mm]
Hole height
Dim y [mm]
Hole width
Dim z [mm]
3.1.3 Fully Flush Panel Order Codes and Descriptions
Part No
Description
Contact Sales
Fully-flush painted bezel to fit 2/4 zone panels (painted to customer's specification)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush stainless steel bezel to fit 2/4 zone panels (brushed or polished)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush brass bezel to fit 2/4 zone panels (brushed or polished)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush painted bezel to fit 8/16 zone panels (painted to customer's specification)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush stainless steel bezel to fit 8/16 zone panels (brushed or polished)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush brass bezel to fit 8/16 zone panels (brushed or polished)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush painted bezel to fit 32 zone panel (painted to customer's specification)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush stainless steel bezel to fit 32 zone panel (brushed or polished)
Contact Sales
Fully-flush brass bezel to fit 32 zone panel (brushed or polished)
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3.2
Panel Description
The panels consist of the modules shown in the internal views depicted in Figure 4, Figure 5 and
Figure 6.
Figure 4 - 2/4 Zone Panel Main Components
3 x Enclosure
fixing holes
Cable clip for
incoming
mains cable
Secondary earth bar
for cable screens
Mains
warning/
primary
earth label
TB2
TB3
TB4
TB5
TB12
TB6
TB14
TB15
TB16
TB17
INPUTS
TB18
Motherboard
OUTPUTS
TB19
TB20
C/+
P
O/FIRE ROUTING
J8 J7 J6
O/+
P
C/FAULT ROUTING
REPEATER
B
AUX
D.C.
24V 0V
A
ALARM CIRCUITS
2
3
4
+ - + - + -
Mains terminal
block and primary
earth connection
RESET
N/O
-
SCN
1
BUZ.
ACTIVE
+
DIS.
ZONE CIRCUITS
+ 4-
+ 3-
EVAC.
+ 2-
RST.
+ 1-
4
TB21
N/C
P
RESET
C/+
P
O/FIRE PROTECTION
C1631 repeater
interface
[optional]
J16 J15 J14
TB1
3
EVAC
2
J12 J 11 J10
1
SIL.
ZONE OUTPUTS
CLASS
CHANGE
Removable chassis
1
R0
2
R1
3
R2
CEL C1631 ISSUE 0
SW1
Mains transformer
J1
SILENCE BEFORE RESET
1
2
DELAY ALARM SIL & RESET
2
3
DELAY ON AUTO
3
4
5
5
6
6
4
CONFIG NON-LAT CH ZONES
CONFIG I/S ZONES
CONFIG M/S ZONES
L1
1
2 DELAY/
MINUT ES
4
L2
Mains transformer
8
ZONAL ALARMS
7
CONFIG DELAY ZONES
7
PULSE NON-ALARM ZONES
8
CONFIG DELAY O/PS
8
SILENT ZONE T EST
9
2 ST AGE DELAY
9
BUZZER DISABLE
10
ALARMS ON EVAC ONLY
10
ORIGN1
SW2
INHIBIT F/P ON NLZ
1
SW1
CONFIG
ENABLED
LATCHED FAULT S
FS1
-
BAT T ERY FUSE
BATT
L3
J18A
L4
J18A
DISPLAY
J1
~ ~
Removable chassis
L5
+
FID2
T HERM
Motherboard
Batteries
Batteries
Figure 5 – 8/16 Zone Panel Main Components
3 x Enclosure
fixing holes
-
+
11
-
+
- +
12
13
ZONE CIRCUITS
+
14
-
+
15
-
+
16
T B14
TB1 5
-
T B16
AUX
D.C.
24V 0V
T B17
INPUTS
T B18
OUTPUTS
T B 19
C /O/+
P
FAULT R OUTING
REPEATER
T B2 0
C /+
P
O/FIRE ROU TIN G
T B 21
C/+
P
O/FIR E PROTECTION
N/C
RESET
J17
Removable chassis
R0
1
R1
2
R2
J20
DISPLAY
TB23
J1
3
CEL C1631 ISSUE 0
SW1
J1
SW1
INHIB IT F/P ON NLZ
SW 2
DE LA Y AL ARM SI L & RE S ET
DE LA Y ON A UTO
CONFIG NON-LA T CH ZONES
CONFIG I/S ZONE S
S ILE NCE B E FORE RE SE T
1
2 DE LA Y/
MINUTE S
4
8
CONFIG DE LA Y ZONE S
4 5
6
CONFIG DE LA Y O/PS
6
ZONA L A LA RMS
4 5
CONFIG M/ S ZONE S
3
3
L1
L2
P ULS E NON-AL ARM ZONE S
S ILE NT ZONE T ES T
L3
8
B UZZE R DIS A B LE
T B11
L AT CHE D FA ULTS
8
2 S TA GE DE LA Y
ALA RMS ON E VA C ONLY
7
7
O RIG N1
1 2
1 2
Mains transformer
9 10
9 10
FS 1
Batteries
Batteries
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~ ~
ZONE EXPA NSION
J20
J8
P
Mains terminal
block and primary
earth connection
C1631 repeater
interface
[optional]
RESET
N/O
ALARM CIRCUITS
2
3
4
+ + + -
SCN
-
A
1
B
+
T B12
T B10
BUZ.
+ 8-
+ 7-
T B9
I/O EXPANSION
10
6-
T B8
J17
+
T B7
J15 J14
-
9
TB6
J7 J6
+
ZO NE CIRCUITS
+
+ 4+ 5-
J16
Motherboard
+ 3-
T B5
ACTIVE
+ 2-
T B4
J12
J11 J10
+ 1-
TB3
DIS.
4
EVAC.
3
T B2
EVAC
2
SIL.
1
RST.
ZONE OUTPUTS
T B1
Mains
warning/
primary
earth label
Cable clip for
incoming
mains cable
CLASS
CHANGE
Removable chassis
Secondary earth bar
for cable screens
B AT T E RY FUS E
-
B AT T
+
T B13
T HE RM
L4
J18B
L5
Motherboard
Figure 6 - 32 Zone Panel Main Components
3 x Enclosure
fixing holes
10
-
TB6
+
11
-
TB7
+
-
-
12
13
ZONE CIRCUITS
14
-
+
15
+
16
TB14
TB15
TB16
AUX
D.C.
24V 0V
TB17
INPUTS
OUT PUT S
REPEAT ER
B
ALARM CIRCUITS
2
3
4
+ - + - + -
A
-
+ 17 -
RESET
N/ O
1
-
SCN
+
TB12
TB10
-
BUZ.
ACTI VE
+ 8-
TB9
+
DI S.
+ 7-
TB8
+
TB1
TB18
O/+
TB19
P
C/ -
C/+
FAULT ROUT ING
TB20
P
O/ -
F IRE ROUT ING
J8 J7 J6
9
ZONE CIRCUITS
+ 4 - + 5 - + 6-
+ 3-
TB5
+
+ 18 -
TB2
+ 19 -
TB3
ZONE CIRCUIT S
+ 20 + 21 -
TB4
TB5
+ 22 -
TB6
+ 23 -
TB7
+ 24 -
FID1
Mains terminal
block and primary
earth connection
C1631 repeater
interface
[optional]
TB8
TB21
C/+
P
O/-
F IRE PROTECT ION
P
+ 25 -
N/C
+ 26 -
+ 27 -
+ 28 -
+ 29 -
+ 30 -
+ 31 -
+ 32 -
RESET
J17
Motherboard
-
EVAC.
+ 2-
TB4
+
J16 J15 J14
+ 1-
TB3
I/O EXPANSION
4
RST.
3
TB2
CHANGE
2
CLASS
1
EVAC
ZONE OUTPUTS
TB1
J12 J11 J10
Mains transformer
Mains
warning/
primary
earth label
Cable clip for
incoming
mains cable
SI L.
Removable chassis
Secondary earth bar
for cable screens
Removable chassis
J17
J1
DISPLAY
J1
INHIBIT F/P ON NLZ
SW2
1
1
SW1
2
DELAY ALARM SIL & RESET
2
3
DELAY ON AUTO
3
CONFIG NO N-LATCH ZONES
4
5
CONFIG I/S Z ONES
5
6
CONFIG M/S Z ONES
4
L1
SI LENCE BEFO RE RESET
1
2 DELAY/
MINUTES
4
7
PULSE NON-ALARM Z ONES
8
CONFIG DELAY O/PS
8
SI LENT Z ONE T EST
9 10
9 10
LAT CHED F AULTS
7
ZO NAL ALARMS
CONFIG DELAY Z ONES
2 ST AGE DELAY
ALARMS ON EVAC ONLY
TO MOTHERBOARD
17 -32 zone
expansion
board
L2
8
6
OR IGN1
J1
~ ~
3
J 20
TB23
2
R1
R2
CEL C1631 ISSUE 0
1
R0
ZONE EXPANSION
J20
J1
SW1
L3
J18B
L4
BUZZ ER DISABLE
TB11
F S1
Mains transformer
BATT ERY FUSE
- BAT T+
TB13
T HERM
L5
1-16 zone
Motherboard
Batteries
Batteries
3.2.1 C1627 16 Zone Motherboard
This board is common to the 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32-zone panels. It is also used, in a depopulated
form, as the motherboard for the range of repeaters.
It provides terminals for all the field wiring, interface connectors for the repeater, zonal expansion
connectors and connections to the display board. The power supply components for all panels
(and mains powered repeaters) except the 32-zone panel are located on this PCB. The
microcontroller (including Firmware and RAM) and all of the site-specific configuration features
(DIL switch & EEPROM) are accommodated on this board.
3.2.2 C1632 16 Zone Expansion Board
This board provides an additional 16 detection zones. It is connected to the C1627 motherboard
via a ribbon cable to provide a total of 32 zones for the 32-zone panel.
3.2.3 C1628 16 Zone Display Board and C1629 32 Zone Display Board.
These boards provide visible [LED] user indications and user buttons. The display board connects
to the motherboard via a ribbon cable.
3.2.4 C1631 Repeater Interface Board
This optional plug-in board provides an RS485 capability for communication with up to 5
repeaters and is fitted to the C1627 motherboard via two connectors. One C1631 needs to be
fitted to the fire alarm panel and one to each repeater.
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3.3 Panel assembly
See exploded general assembly drawings Figure 7, Figure 8 and Figure 9.
Figure 7 - 2/4 Zone Panel – General Assembly [with optional clock/time module]
Figure 8 – 8/16 Zone Panel – General Assembly [with optional clock/time module]
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Figure 9 - 32 Zone Panel – General Assembly [with optional clock/time module]
3.4 Panel Range
Panel
Enclosure Type and
Dimensions
PSU
Internal SLA
Battery
[H x W x D mm]
2/4 zone
1 [340 x 325 x 95]
1.5 A, 230V AC
24V 3 Ah
8 zone
2 [370 x 325 x 126]
3 A, 230V AC
24V 12 Ah
16 zone
2 [370 x 325 x 126]
3 A, 230V AC
24V 12 Ah
32 zone
3 [441 x 400 x131]
5 A, 230V AC
24V 18 Ah
3.5 Repeater Description
The repeater consists of the same PCB modules and enclosures as used in the fire alarm panel.
The components for the redundant motherboard I/O [zones, alarm circuits etc] are not fitted to the
repeater motherboard. The mechanical arrangement is identical. The C1631 Repeater interface
card must to be fitted to the repeater motherboard.
Repeater
Enclosure Type
and Dimensions
Display
Motherboard
[Repeater
version]
PSU
Internal SLA
Battery
[H x W x D mm]
2-8 zone
1 [340 x 325x95]
C1628
C1627
1.5 A, 230V AC
24V 3 Ah
16 zone
1 [340 x 325x95]
C1628
C1627
1.5 A, 230V AC
24V 3 Ah
32 zone
3 [441 x 400x131]
C1629
C1627
1.5 A, 230V AC
24V 3 Ah
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4 Functional Specification
4.1 Panel Input/Output List
Input/Output
Mx-1000 Series Panel
2 zone
4 zone
8 zone
16 zone
32 zone
Detection zones
2
4
8
16
32
Remote silence alarm I/P [non monitored]
1
1
1
1
1
Remote reset I/P [non –monitored]
1
1
1
1
1
Remote evacuate I/P [non –monitored]
1
1
1
1
1
Class change I/P [non –monitored]
1
1
1
1
1
Sounder circuits
2 @ 0.5A
4 @ 0.5A
4 @ 1A
4 @ 1A
4 @ 1A
Zonal O/Ps [open collector]
2
4
[Later]
[Later]
[Later]
Disablement active [open collector]
1
1
1
1
1
Evacuate active [open collector]
1
1
1
1
1
Buzzer active [open collector]
1
1
1
1
1
Monitored Fire Routing O/P
1
1
1
1
1
Monitored Fire Protection O/P
1
1
1
1
1
Monitored Fault Routing O/P
1
1
1
1
1
Volt free reset relay
1
1
1
1
1
Aux DC Supply [fused]
1 @ 0.5 A
1 @ 0.5 A
1@1A
1@1A
1@1A
Repeater facility
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
4.2 Features List
Switching regulator power supplies with
temperature compensated battery
charging
High efficiency voltage regulation. Battery charging voltage is automatically
adjusted between 28.25 and 26.72 V DC over an ambient temperature
range of –10 to +50 deg C.
Battery disconnect
Protects the battery from permanent damage due to over discharge by
automatically disconnecting it when the battery voltage falls to 19.5V.
Class change input
Operates all sounders for up to 5 seconds.
Configurable detection zones
Simple and flexible display-based configuration process allowing detection
zones to be configured for any of the following:
Latching or non-latching Fire indication.
Delayed or non-delayed Output operation.
Normal or Intrinsically-Safe zone monitoring.
Short Circuit = Fault or Short Circuit = Fire
Factory configuration: Latching, non-delay, standard [non-I.S.], S/C =
Fault.
Active fault monitoring on detection
zones. [Non – Intrinsically Safe
applications only]
Reduces zone monitoring current and therefore reduces the required
battery capacity.
Selectable Zonal or General alarm
sounder operation with sounders in alert
or silent in adjacent zones.
Selectable via DIL switches on the motherboard.
Maintains zone wiring continuity following the removal of a detector, while
still providing a fault indication on the panel.
The standard sounders on the 2 and 4 zone panels can be used in
General or Zonal modes. [These sounders always operate in General
mode on 8, 16 and 32 zone panels regardless of DIL switch setting].
The output expansion system [later] provides additional sounder circuits for
General or Zonal use on the 8, 16 and 32 zone panels.
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Configurable Fire Routing, Fire
Protection and Fault Routing output
relays
Configuration Links on the motherboard allow each Output Relay to be
individually selected to the EN54 powered/fault-monitored mode or nonEN54-compliant volt-free changeover contacts.
Factory configuration:- Fully Monitored (EN54 Mode).
Reset Relay
A volt-free changeover contact operating for 10 seconds on panel fire
alarm reset.
Auxiliary 24V DC power supply output
Protected by an electronic fuse. Operation of the fuse is indicated on the
display. The fuse is reset by pressing the Reset button on the display.
Open collector outputs
Evacuate active.
Buzzer Active.
Disablement Active.
Zonal fire for each zone up to zone 4 [Zonal output expansion on 8-32
zone versions via output boards later].
Remote inputs
Remote Evacuate.
Remote Silence Alarms.
Remote Reset.
Earth Fault monitoring
Can be disabled via link on the motherboard.
Zone/Output disablement feature
The following circuits can be independently disabled/enabled:
Each Zone
Fire Routing
Fire Protection
Fault Routing
All Sounders
One Man Zone Test
Each zone can be independently set to the One Man test condition.
Sounders can be configured to either operate briefly to confirm the panel
has detected the test fire, or no sounder operation during the test fire.
One Man Sounder Test
Operates the sounders intermittently.
Configurable Delay Mode Facility
Flexible system allows:
Any zone to be configured as a delay zone.
Single-stage or two-stage delay.
Selectable 1 to 10 minute delay period [for single-stage and two-stage
delay modes].
Selection of the outputs to be delayed [Fire Routing and/or Fire Protection
and/or Sounders] – can be any combination.
Clock Module [Optional]
Plug in LCD unit providing:
Day/night delay control with or without fire event counter.
Time of fire event with or without fire event counter.
Other configuration features
Prevent the Fire Protection output operating from a fire condition on a
“Non-Latch” zone.
Inhibit the silencing and resetting of the panel for 3 minutes following the
occurrence of a fire alarm.
Set the sounders to operate only when the panel is in the Evacuate
condition.
Inhibit the resetting of the fire alarm condition until the alarm sounders
have been silenced.
Disable the internal panel buzzer.
Select latching fault mode where all fault conditions latch until the panel is
manually reset.
Restore factory default configuration of zones and outputs to be delayed.
Repeater panels
Support for up to 5 repeater panels via two-wire RS485 serial
communication.
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5 C1627 Motherboard Features
Figure 10 illustrates the motherboard features referred to elsewhere in the documentation.
Figure 10 – C1627 Motherboard Layout
Remote Inputs:
Silence Alarms
Evacuate
Reset
Aux DC Supply
Zone Outputs
1-4
Alarm Circuits
24V & 0V
Aux Outputs:
Fire
Routing
Output
DISablement active
EVACuate Active
BUZzer ACTIVE
Fault Routing
Output
Fire
Protection
Repeater
Output
Terminals:
[Marked with Active
A,B, GND
Polarity]
Zone
Detection
Inputs
Reset
Relay
Output
Connector
for C1632,
Zone
Expansion
Board
J1
C1631
Repeater
Interface
Display
Connector
Secondary
AC from
transformer
Configuration
mode enabled
LED indicator
Configuration
switches
SW1/1 to SW1/10
FS1
Battery
Fuse
Battery
Terminals
Configuration
switches
SW2/1 to
SW2/10
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Power Supply LED
indicators:
OUTPUT OK
Battery/Charger Fault
Battery
Thermistor
Terminals
Charger Fault
Mains Fault
J18
Earth Fault
Monitoring
Link
5.1
C1632 16 Zone Expansion Board Features
Connector for
motherboard
ribbon
Detection zone
terminals for
zones 17 – 32
6 Power Supplies
The 1.5 A, 3 A and 5 A power supplies provide 27.1V nominal at load currents of up to 1.5A, 3A
and 5A respectively and are designed in accordance with the requirements of EN54-4.
The Mx-1002, Mx-1004, Mx-1008 and Mx-1016 power supplies are contained on the C1631
motherboard. [see Figure 10]. The Mx-1032 panel power supply is on a separate board [C1652]
mounted inside the fire alarm panel enclosure. See Figure 11.
6.1 Battery Charger
Each power supply provides a temperature-compensated charging voltage for two seriesconnected sealed-lead-acid 12V batteries. Charging voltage range is 26.72V @ 50oC to 28.25V
@ -10oC.
Battery sizes are:
2 off 12V, 3Ah for the 1.5A supply
2 off 12V, 7Ah or 12 Ah for the 3A supply
2 off 12V, 18Ah for the 5A supply
The charger periodically checks to see if the battery is connected. If not, the Battery/Charge Fault
is latched, illuminating the Batt/Charge fault LED and setting the Common Fault output into a
high-impedance state.
The charger periodically carries out a battery load test. If the battery voltage is seen to fall the
Battery/Charge Fault is latched, illuminating the Batt/Charge fault LED and setting the Common
Fault output into a high-impedance state.
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6.2 Visual indications
The following visual indications are provided on the power supply:
1)
A green ‘Output – OK’ LED. This simply denotes that power is being supplied to the load
2)
A yellow ‘Batt Charge Fault’ LED denoting any one of the following conditions:
3)
4)
a)
Battery disconnected
b)
Battery fuse blown
c)
Low Battery voltage
A yellow ‘Charger Fault’ LED. This denotes that the switching regulator has stopped
working. This could be due to the following reasons:
a)
Switching regulator is malfunctioning
b)
The power supply output voltage has been incorrectly set to a value less than the
terminal voltage of the batteries
A yellow ‘Mains Fault’ LED. This denotes that the mains voltage has failed or is less than
the required minimum for correct operation of the power supply.
6.3 Fault Outputs
The following fault outputs are provided via open-collector logic type outputs capable of sinking a
maximum of 40mA @ 28VDC:
1)
Common Fault output. This is normally low (no faults present) and goes high-impedance
for any of the conditions listed in points 2, 3 and 4 under ‘Visual indications’ above.
2)
Mains Fault output. This is normally low and goes high-impedance for any condition listed
in point 4 under ‘Visual indications’ above.
Note: Fault outputs do not become active for a minimum of 10 seconds after the fault has
occurred. This eliminates spurious outputs caused by such conditions as momentary brownouts
on the mains supply.
6.4 Battery Disconnect
The power supply provides a battery disconnect facility that disconnects the batteries when the
battery terminal voltage falls below 19.5V. This will occur under the following conditions:
1)
A short circuit across the battery terminals
2)
To prevent deep discharge of the batteries if supplying the panel for an abnormally long
period of time.
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6.5 32 Zone Power Supply Features And Connections
Figure 11 shows the layout of the panel power supply.
Figure 11 – 32 Zone Power Supply Layout
Secondary AC
Supply from
transformer
28V, 0V DC
Power output
Mains
Fault
Output
Common
Fault
Output
Battery
connections
Battery
Thermistor
connections
DC supply
output voltage
adjustment
potentiometer
[factory set].
4-way header for
connector to 32 zone
motherboard for DC
power, common fault
and mains fault
LED indicators for:
Mains fault, Internal Fault, Battery/Charge
Fault, Output O.K.
FS1 Battery
fuse [6.3 A]
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7 Compatible Field Devices
The panels are compatible with the devices listed in the sections below.
7.1 Field Device Order Codes & Descriptions
Max. per zone
Manufacturer
Part no.
Description
Apollo
55000-200
Series 60 ionisation detector
32
Apollo
55000-210
Series 60 integrating ion detector
32
Apollo
55000-100
Series 60 Grade 1 heat detector
32
Apollo
55000-101
Series 60 Grade 2 heat detector
32
Apollo
55000-102
Series 60 Grade 3 heat detector
32
Apollo
55000-103
Series 60 Range 1 heat detector
32
Apollo
55000-104
Series 60 Range 2 heat detector
32
Apollo
55000-300
Series 60 optical detector
32
Apollo
55000-380
Series 60 optical/heat detector
32
Apollo
45681-200
Series 60 mounting base
32
Apollo
TBA
Orbis conventional (Replaces S60) Optical
32
Apollo
TBA
Orbis conventional (Replaces S60) Heat
32
Apollo
TBA
Orbis conventional (Replaces S60) Multi-sensor
32
Apollo
TBA
Orbis conventional base
32
Hochiki
SLR-E
CDX Range optical detector
32
Hochiki
SIJ-E
CDX Range ionisation detector
32
Hochiki
DFJ-60E
CDX Range 60 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DFJ-90E
CDX Range 90 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DCD-1E
CDX Range Grade 1 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DCD-2E
CDX Range Grade 2 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DCD-R1E
CDX Range R1 heat detector
32
Hochiki
YBN-R/4SK
CDX Range mounting base
32
Hochiki
YBO-R5
CDX Range mounting base, c/w remote indicator
32
Hochiki
YBO-5SK
CDX range mounting base, c/w remote indicator & diode
32
Hochiki
YBN-R4
CDX range mounting base, no diode
32
Nittan
TBA
New Evolution conventional Ionisation
32
Nittan
TBA
New Evolution conventional optical
32
Nittan
TBA
New Evolution conventional heat
32
Nittan
TBA
New Evolution conventional Optical/heat
32
Nittan
TBA
New Evolution base
32
KAC
WR2072-470
Manual call point
No limit
Apollo
53541-151
Series 30 ionisation detector
32
Apollo
53531-221
Series 30 Grade 1 heat detector
32
Apollo
45681-007
Series 20/30 mounting base
32
Apollo
55000-217
Series 65 ionisation detector
32
Apollo
55000-317
Series 65 Optical detector
32
Apollo
55000-122
Series 65 heat detector A1R
32
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[** See below]
Max. per zone
Manufacturer
Part no.
Description
Apollo
55000-125
Series 65 heat detector BR
32
Apollo
55000-132
Series 65 heat detector CR
32
Apollo
55000-137
Series 65 heat detector CS
32
Apollo
55000-212
Series 60 IS ionisation detector
20
Apollo
55000-213
Series 60 IS integrating ionisation detector
20
Apollo
55000-110
Series 60 IS grade 1 heat detector
20
Apollo
55000-111
Series 60 IS grade 2 heat detector
20
Apollo
55000-112
Series 60 IS grade 3 heat detector
20
Apollo
55000-113
Series 60 IS range 1 heat detector
20
Apollo
55000-114
Series 60 IS range 2 heat detector
20
Apollo
45681-207
Series 60 IS base
20
Hochiki
SIH-E
CD Range ionisation detector
32
Hochiki
DFE-60E
CD Range 60 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DFE-90E
CD Range 90 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DCC-1EL
CD Range Grade 1 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DCC-2EL
CD Range Grade 2 heat detector
32
Hochiki
DCC-1REL
CD Range R1 heat detector
32
Hochiki
YFB-RL\4H5
Mounting base
32
Hochiki
YBK-RL/4H1
CD Range mounting base
32
Hochiki
DFG-E
Waterproof Fixed Temp. (60) Heat Detector – No Base Req. 32
[** See below]
Note ** Maximum number of devices per zone is based on default [active end of line] monitoring
configuration. For intrinsically safe devices [zone configured to I.S. mode] the total quiescent
current per zone drawn by the detector devices + IS Barrier [not including the end of line resistor]
should not exceed 1.3mA.
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8 Overview Of User Functions
This section gives an overview of the functions available to the end user.
8.1 User Indications
General Indicator Section
Indicator Description
Indication
Colour
Power Supply On
Fire
Green
Red
Fire Routing Active
General Fault
Power Supply Fault
System Fault
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Earth Fault
Fuse Fault
Repeater Fault
Sounder Fault/Disabled
Sounder Test
Fire Protection Fault/Disabled
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Fire Routing Fault/Disabled
Yellow
Fault Routing Fault/Disabled
Yellow
Operating Condition
Illuminates Steady for Mains or Standby power On.
Flashes on any new fire alarm condition, changing to a steady
indication on operation of Silence Alarms.
Illuminates Steady when the Fire Routing Output is active.
Flashes for any fault condition.
Flashes for mains or standby power supply/charge fault
Illuminates Steady to indicate Microcontroller or Memory Failure.
Flashes to indicate Engineer’s Configuration Mode active.
Flashes for any positive or negative power supply earth fault.
Flashes for any auxiliary supply fuse failure
Flashes for any Repeater fault or repeater communication fault,
Flashes for any sounder fault. Steady for sounders disabled.
Illuminates Steady while sounder walk test is active.
Flashes for a fault on the Fire Protection Output. Steady when Fire
Protection Output is disabled.
Flashes for a fault on the Fire Routing Output. Steady when Fire
Routing Output is disabled.
Flashes for a fault on the Fault Routing Output. Steady when Fault
Routing Output is disabled.
POWER SUPPLY ON
ZONE LOCATION
EVACUATE
FIRE
FIRE ROUTING ACTIVE
GENERAL FAULT
POWER SUPPLY FAULT
SYSTEM FAULT
TEST DISPLAY
SILENCE/
RESOUND
ALARMS
ENABLE
RESET
DISABLE
EARTH FAULT
FUSE FAULT
SILENCE
BUZZER
REPEATER FAULT
SOUNDER FAULT/DISABLED
DELAY
ON/OFF/
OVERRIDE
SOUNDER TEST
FIRE PROTECTION FAULT/DISABLED
TEST
SELECT
SELECT
ON/OFF
FIRE ROUTING FAULT/DISABLED
FAULT ROUTING FAULT/DISABLED
0
1
ZONE LOCATION
1
17
2
18
3
19
4
20
5
21
6
22
7
23
8
24
9
25
10
26
11
27
12
28
13
29
14
30
15
31
16
32
21 : 18 : 05
D / N OFF
Access Controls Keyswitch:
0 – Controls Locked
1 – Controls Unlocked
User Instructions
Clock Module [Optional]:
Showing time and
Day/Night off
Back light flashes for
Clock Module fault.
Zone Location Indications
Indicator Description
Indication
Colour
User Generated Zone Location Text
Red
User Generated Zone Location Text
Yellow
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Operating Condition
Flashes when zone is in a fire condition, turning to steady
on operation of Silence Alarms.
Flashes when zone is in a fault condition. Illuminates
steady when zone is disabled or in test.
8.2 User Controls
POWER SUPPLY ON
ZONE LOCATION
EVACUATE
FIRE
FIRE ROUTING ACTIVE
SILENCE/
RESOUND
ALARMS
GENERAL FAULT
POWER SUPPLY FAULT
SYSTEM FAULT
RESET
TEST DISPLAY
ENABLE
DISABLE
EARTH FAULT
FUSE FAULT
SILENCE
BUZZER
REPEATER FAULT
SOUNDER FAULT/DISABLED
DELAY
ON/OFF/
OVERRIDE
SOUNDER TEST
FIRE PROTECTION FAULT/DISABLED
SELECT
ON/OFF
FIRE ROUTING FAULT/DISABLED
FAULT ROUTING FAULT/DISABLED
0
1
TEST
SELECT
ZONE LOCATION
1
17
2
18
3
19
4
20
5
21
6
22
7
23
8
24
9
25
10
26
11
27
12
28
13
29
14
30
15
31
16
32
21 : 18 : 05
D / N OFF
Access Controls Keyswitch:
0 – Controls Locked
1 – Controls Unlocked
Clock Module [Optional]:
Showing time and
Day/Night off
Back light flashes for
Clock Module fault.
Switch
Description
Functionality
Button Availability
Evacuate
Operates all sounders continuously and lights the Evacuated
LED adjacent the button until the silence button is operated
Following a fire alarm condition, 1st operation stops sounders.
The General Fire LED and the Zonal fire LED will change from
flashing to steady. 2nd operation restarts the previously
silenced sounders
Clears the panel display, resets the zones, outputs and
operates the reset relay.
When controls are unlocked
Silence/Resound
Alarms
Reset
Silence Buzzer
Delay
On/Off/Override
Select On/Off
Test Display
Enable
Disable
Test
Select ↑ Select ↓
1] Press to stop the buzzer sounding in fire or fault conditions.
2] In 2 Stage Delay Mode, with stage 1 delay running, press to
start stage 2 delay otherwise all delayed outputs operate when
Stage 1 timer times out.
1] Press once to Enable the delay mode, lighting the adjacent
delay on LED. Press again to disable the delay mode and turn
off the LED
2] Overrides the delay when delay is running, turning the delay
mode and the LED off. All delayed outputs will operate
immediately.
Enables the User select feature for selection of zones or
outputs via Select ↑ Select ↓ for disablement/re-enablement.
Press to illuminates all LEDs on the display and operate the
buzzer. All indications remain active for approx 5 seconds after
button release.
Press to clear the disablement or test condition on a zone or
output selected via the User Select feature.
Press to disable a zone or output selected via the User Select
feature.
Press to initiate the One Man Test on sounders or zones as
selected via the User Select feature.
Used to scroll the cursor indication through the zone and
output fault LEDs on the display to select a zone or output for
disablement, or test. [LED illuminated when Select Mode is
active]. Also scrolls through Clock Module menu [when fitted].
When controls are unlocked
When controls are unlocked
and [if silence before reset is
configured] alarms silence switch has
been operated.
When controls are locked or unlocked
When the panel is in the fire condition
and the delay is running. Controls are
locked or unlocked
1] When controls are unlocked and
delay period is set to a value > 0.
2] When the panel is in the fire
condition and the delay is running.
When controls are unlocked
When controls are locked or unlocked
When controls are unlocked, the
Select switch has been operated and a
zone or output has been selected.
As above.
As above.
When controls are unlocked and the
Select switch has been operated.
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8.3 Selection of Detection Zones or Outputs for Disablement, Enablement
or Test
The panel provides a simple and straightforward means for selecting the sounder outputs and/or
zones which are to be disabled, re-enabled or set to the test mode. The Fire Routing output, Fire
Protection output and Fault Routing output can also be individually disabled and enabled.
The zone or output is selected using the Cursor Select feature. This allows the User to move a
flashing cursor indication up or down through the yellow fault LEDs associated with the available
zones and outputs until the required zone or output is highlighted. The yellow LED for the
selected zone/output flashes in “Cursor” mode, which is easily distinguishable from all other
indications. With the cursor flashing on the required zone/output, pressing the Disable button
disables the zone/output. Pressing the Enable button re-enables the zone/output. Pressing the
Test button initiates the test condition. [Note: Fire Routing output, Fire Protection output and Fault
Routing outputs cannot be placed in test condition].
8.4 Disablement/Re-enablement of Detection Zones and Outputs
Any or all of the zones can be disabled.
The panel will not enter the fire alarm condition if a fire detection device operates on a disabled
zone. Similarly, the panel will not enter the fault condition if a fault occurs on a disabled zone. The
fire panel will respond normally to fire device operations and wiring faults on all enabled zones.
The following outputs can also be individually disabled/enabled:
o All Sounder circuits.
o The Fire Routing output.
o The Fire Protection output.
o The Fault Routing output.
A disabled output is prevented from operating under any circumstances.
8.5 Detector Zone One man Test.
When selected to the One Man Test condition, devices connected to the zone can be operated for
test purposes without operating the Fire Routing or Fire Protection outputs. The zone[s] to be set
to the One Man Test condition are selected using the Cursor Select feature described in 8.3
above. With the cursor flashing on the required zone, pressing the Test button initiates the zone
test. Pressing the Enable button or pressing the Test button again clears the test condition and
restores normal operation to the zone.
The features of the One Man Zone Test condition are:
o A fire condition on a zone in Test Mode will not operate any of the fire outputs other than
any sounders configured to respond to the zone fire.
o The panel will respond normally to a fire condition on any zone not selected to the Test
Mode.
o Sounders can be configured not to respond to a detector test or to operate for 5 seconds
and then automatically silence.
o A Zone Test Fire condition will operate the sounders in accordance with the panel
configuration- i.e. either:
Zonally - only the sounder group associated with the actual detection zone being
tested
or
Generally - all sounder groups operate.
o After each test the panel and the device being tested is automatically reset allowing the
next device to be tested without needing to return to the panel to silence and reset.
o If a fire condition occurs on any zone other than a zone in test mode, the panel responds
fully to the fire condition as per its normal fire response and configuration.
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8.6 Alarm Sounder One man Test
The One Man Sounder Test operates all sounders intermittently until the Test mode is manually
cleared. This allows the Engineer to walk the installation and confirm the operation of all
sounders. The sounder on/off cycle is 2 seconds on and 15 seconds off to allow operation to be
confirmed without being too intrusive for other occupants.
A genuine fire alarm condition overrides the test mode and operates the sounders normally.
9 Overview Of Engineers Functions
This section provides an overview of the functions available to the engineer.
9.1 Engineer’s configuration process
Most Engineer’s configuration facilities are controlled by DIL switches located on the motherboard
accessed by opening the panel door, each configuration feature having its own dedicated DIL
switch.
9.1.1 Zone/Output Delay Configuration
Having selected the DIL switch for configuring the delay zones or the DIL switch for configuring
delayed outputs, the actual selection of the zones/output is carried out on the panel display using
the yellow zone [or output] fault/disabled LEDs via the Cursor Select feature. This allows the
Engineer to scroll a cursor indication up or down through the yellow LEDs associated with the
available zones or outputs until the required zone or output is selected. The yellow LED for the
selected zone/output flashes in “Cursor” mode, which is easily distinguishable from all other
indications. With the cursor flashing on the required zone/output, pressing the Enable button
applies the configuration to the selected zone. Pressing the Disable button clears the
configuration, restoring factory setting.
When configuring zones, the cursor can only be scrolled though zone LEDs. When configuring
outputs the cursor is restricted to Fire Routing, Fire Protection and Sounder LEDs.
When a zone configuration or the delay outputs configuration feature is initiated, all standing fire
alarms are reset, all fault/disablement/test indications are inhibited and the current configuration is
indicated on the fault/disabled LEDs on the display for the appropriate zones or outputs. The
panel is not able to respond to any fire or fault alarm.
The factory default configuration for the zones and delayed outputs can be restored by
selecting the configuration DIL switches for each of the zone and output delay configuration
features to ON then pressing the Disable switch on the display and finally setting the configuration
switches back to the OFF position.
9.1.2 Other Configurable Features
All other configurable features involve either setting the appropriate DIL switch to ON or OFF or
removal/replacement of jumpers on the motherboard.
9.2 Configurable Detection Zones
Display-based Select/Cursor configuration process allowing each detection zone to be individually
configured to one of the following types:
o Latching or non-latching fire zone.
o Delay or non-delay zone.
o Standard or Intrinsically Safe zone.
o Short circuit gives fire indication.
Factory default: All zones as latching fire, non-delay, standard [non- intrinsically safe and non
short circuit fire mode].
Note: The DIL switch labelled “Configure M.S. Zones” is used on the panel to configure the zones
to short circuit fire mode.
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Latching fire configuration – This is the normal operating configuration and is used when fire
detectors and manual call points are connected to the zone wiring.
Non-latching fire configuration - Provided to allow users to link panels together via the Fire
Protection relay and non-latching zone without causing a system latch –up state, where the
connected panels cannot be reset from an alarm condition.
A fire detector operation on a zone configured to the non-latch fire mode initiates the fire alarm
condition on the panel, operates the fire alarm sounders, the Fire Routing output and zone
outputs as normal. The Fire protection output can be configured to operate or not to operate via
DIL switch 1/1. On clearing of the fire input signal on a non-latch zone the panel will clear the
alarm indication if no other alarms are present.
9.3 Delay zone configuration
This facility is used along with the other delay configuration features listed below [see 9.5 below]
to tailor the Panel Delay operation to the needs of the protected premises. Each zone can be
independently configured to Delay Mode. Delay zones would normally be used to monitor
automatic fire detectors. A fire condition on a delay zone will indicate the fire alarm audibly and
visibly on the panel, operate any non-delayed outputs and start the time delay function.
9.4 Standard or Intrinsically Safe zone.
When configured to the Standard Mode the fire and fault trip thresholds for the zone being
configured are set within the panel software to the normal values and are compatible with a large
range of detection devices. This is the factory set condition.
When configured to the Intrinsically Safe Mode the fire and fault trip thresholds for the zone
being configured are adjusted within the panel software to allow use with I.S barriers. The fault
monitoring is configured to the passive mode suitable for use with end of line resistors only.
Note: Removal of a detector will be reported as a fault but will not allow the
detection of a fire condition on any device connected between the
removed device and the end of line terminator.
Warning: Use of capacitors on Intrinsically Safe circuits is dangerous and is not
allowed.
9.5 Short circuit fire configuration
The default configuration:- short circuit on the zone wiring raises a fault warning.
When configured to the short circuit fire mode, a short circuit across the zone wiring initiates the
fire alarm condition.
9.6 The Delay mode feature
This comprises three configurable elements to allow the panel to be configured to delay the
operation of three types of outputs in response to a fire alarm condition triggered by a zone
configured as a delay zone.
9.7 Configure Delay Zones
Zones can be configured as delay or non-delay. Fire detectors would normally be connected to
delay zones and manual call points to non-delay zones. [See 9.3 above].
9.8 1 – 2 Stage Delay
o
The delay can be set up as either a Single or 2-stage delay.
Single stage: 1-10 minutes selectable duration in 1-minute steps.
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2-stage: Delay 1:- 1-minute fixed delay. Delay 2:- 0-9 minutes [duration selectable
as described above].
Operation of the Buzzer Silence button before delay 1 ends will immediately start delay 2,
otherwise all delayed outputs will operate after delay 1 ends.
9.9 Selection of outputs to be delayed
The Delay Mode can be applied independently to each or all three of the outputs listed
below:
Fire Alarm Routing Output.
Fire alarm sounders.
Fire Protection Output[s].
No other outputs can be delayed. The factory default:- No outputs delayed.
o Operation of a fire detector or manual call point on any “non-delay” zone overrides the
delay and immediately operates all delayed outputs.
o The panel display includes a Delay On/Off/Override button allowing the User to
enable/disable the delay mode or, if the delay is running, to override it, immediately
operating the delayed outputs.
o
9.10 Selectable Zonal or General Alarm sounder operation
Selects the sounders to:
o General Alarm Mode [all sounders operate for any fire condition] or
o Zonal Alarm [in conjunction with the Pulse Non-Alarm Zones switch]
The standard sounder circuits on the 2 and 4 zone panels can be used in General or Zonal
modes. On the 8,16 and 32 zone panels, these sounder outputs always operate in the
General mode regardless of the setting on the general/zonal alarms configuration switch.
The output expansion system [due later] provides additional sounders circuits for General or
Zonal use on the 8, 16 and 32 zone panels.
9.11 Pulse Non-Alarm Zones
Selects the type of zonal sounder alarm response to a fire when the Zone Alarms feature
described above is selected. The two selectable options are:
o Zonal sounders for zone in the fire condition operate continuously until silenced. All
others are silent.
o Zonal sounders operate continuously - all other sounders operate in pulsed mode until
silenced.
9.12 Inhibit Fire Protection on Non-Latched Zone
Selects Fire Protection relay to operate or not to operate for a fire condition on any zone
configured to non-latched mode. This feature has been provided to allow two panels to be linked
so that a fire condition on one panel triggers a fire on a zone on the other panel and vice versa
without latching up. The zones used to monitor the signal from the other panel should be
configured to non-latching and the Fire Protection relay should be used to transmit the fire signal.
9.13 Delay Alarm Silence and Reset
Prevents alarms being silenced and panel reset for a period of 3 minutes after a fire alarm
condition occurs.
9.14 Alarms on Evacuate Only
Selects sounders to operate only when the panel is in the evacuate condition.
9.15 Silence Before Reset
Selects type of reset mode:
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o
o
o
Reset available when panel is in the [un silenced] fire or fault condition
or
Fire Condition Reset is available only when panel is in the Alarm Silenced condition.
Fault reset is available when panel is in the fault condition.
9.16 Silent Zone Test
Select sounder response in One Man [Detector] Test Mode:
o Normal sounder response [continuous or pulsed in line with panel configuration)
or
o Silent [no sounder operation].
9.17 Buzzer Disable
Enable/disable the internal panel fire/fault buzzer.
9.18 Latched Faults
When enabled, all fault conditions latch until the Reset switch is operated.
A latched zone fault will be cleared if a fire condition occurs on the same zone.
9.19 Repeater Configuration
To configure the panel to communicate with 1 to 5 remote indication panels via DIL switch
selection on Repeater Interface Board.
9.20 Output Relay Configuration
The Fire Routing, Fire Protection and Fault routing output relays are individually link-configurable
on the motherboard providing one of the following options for each output:
o Volt-free change over relay output suitable for switching a maximum of 1 Amp at
voltages up to 30VDC.
o Fault-monitored 28VDC powered output suitable for operating remote relays complying
with the following requirements:
Field relay spec: Coil resistance - 2.6 to 4.5 k Ohms. Operating Voltage 24VDC
Nominal [min 18 V, max 30 V]. Fitted with a suppression diode.
9.21 Earth Fault monitoring.
For installations where earth fault monitoring is unsuitable, it can be disabled by removal of link
J18 in the bottom right hand corner of the C1627 motherboard.
10 Panel Repeaters
Repeaters duplicate the panel indications and user controls at a location remote from the main
panel. The repeater uses the same motherboard as the fire alarm panel although some of the
components are depopulated. Up to 5 repeaters can be connected to a single panel using an
RS485 serial connection. A C1631 repeater interface module needs to be fitted to connector
J13/J9 located centrally towards the right-hand edge of C1627 motherboard on the fire alarm
panel and also on the repeater motherboard.
Note: The disable/enable/test facilities and the configuration functions are
not available at repeaters.
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11 Circuit Connection Details
11.1 2-16 Zone Motherboard Termination Details
Figure 12 - C1627 field termination
Outputs:
DIS = Disablement active
EVAC = Evacuation active
BUZ Active = Buzzer active
Inputs:
SIL = Silence alarms
EVAC = Evacuate
RST = Reset
Grey fill indicates I/O available on selected panel
2
4
8
16/32
4
- + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + -
+
Aux
DC
A B
GND
3
EVAC
2
Repeater
Buz Active
1
8
DIS
7
Class change
6
RST
5
EVAC
4
4
0V
3
3
SIL
2
2
24V
1
1
Alarm Circuits
Zone Circuits
Zone O/Ps
Outputs
Reset N/C
Inputs
Lower terminal tier
Lower terminal tier
Upper terminal tier
Upper terminal tier
P
N/O
O/-
P
O/-
16
C/+
15
P
14
C/-
13
C/+
12
Zone Circuits
P
11
0V
10
O/+
9
24 V
- + - + - + - + - + - + - + -
+
Reset
Fire
Fire
Fault
Routing Routing Protection
Aux
DC
2
4
8
16/32
O/- = Normally Open or -ve
O/+ = Normally Open or +ve
P = Pole
C/+ = Normally Closed or +ve
C/- = Normally Closed or -ve
Grey fill indicates I/O available on selected panel
11.2 16 Zone Expansion Board Termination Details
Figure 13 - C1632 16 zone expansion board field termination
Zone Circuits
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
- + - + - + - + - + - + - + -
+
Lower terminal tier
Upper terminal tier
- + - + - + - + - + - + - + -
+
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Zone Circuits
11.3 Auxiliary Supply
An auxiliary DC supply is available to power external field equipment from the panel. This is
nominally rated at 28V but varies during mains failed conditions. See 15 below for details of
maximum load.
The output is fused using an electronic device and fuse activation will be indicated as Fuse Failed
on the panel display. The fuse can be reset after removal of the fault by operating the Reset
button on the display.
The auxiliary supply terminals are labelled Aux DC 0V and 24V. Although two sets of terminals
are provided, they are both protected by the same fuse circuit and therefore the total load across
both sets of terminals must not exceed the rated value.
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Note: If equipment draws current from the auxiliary supply during the mains
failed condition, this must be included in the battery capacity
calculations.
11.4 Fire Routing, Fire Protection and Fault Routing Outputs
These outputs are factory-set to the fault monitored, powered mode of operation but can be
configured at site to volt-free relay outputs [See 9.20 above]. Connection details for both types of
configuration are provided in Figure 14.
Figure 14 – Fire Routing, Fire Protection and Fault Routing Connections.
Panel Wiring
Field Wiring
C/+
Monitored/Powered O/P configuration
Output conditions:
For Fire Routing and Fire Protection O/Ps:
Quiescent: 5VDC
Active [fire]: 24V [nominal]
Field relay spec:
Coil resistance - 2.6K to 4.5K
Ohms
Voltage 24VDC Nominal
[min 18V, max 30V]
Fitted with suppression diode
as shown.
P
O/-
O/+
For Fault Routing O/P:
Quiescent: 24VDC [nominal]
Active [fault]: 5V
P
C/-
O/-
Volt-Free Changeover Relay
Configuration
Output conditions:
For Fire Routing and Fire
Protection O/Ps:
Shown in quiescent [de-energised]
condition.
P
C/+
Connect to normally open or
normally closed contact as
required.
Applied voltage must not
exceed 30VDC.
O/+
Volt-Free Changeover Relay
Configuration
Output conditions:
For Fault O/P:
Shown in healthy [energised]
condition.
P
C/-
Connect to normally open or
normally closed contact as
required.
Applied voltage must not
exceed 30VDC.
Note: Terminals are dual marked for monitored/powered and volt-free configurations.
For volt-free: O = Open, C = Closed, P = Pole
For monitored/powered: + = Positive, - = Negative
Warning: The volt-free auxiliary relay contacts must not be used to directly
switch any voltage that exceeds 30VDC.
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Figure 15 – Reset Relay contact connection details
Panel Wiring
Field Wiring
N/O
Volt-Free Changeover Relay
Configuration
Output conditions:
For Reset Relay
Shown in quiescent [de-energised]
condition.
P
N/C
Warning: The volt-free auxiliary relay contacts must not be used to directly
switch any voltage that exceeds 30VDC.
11.5 Use Of Auxiliary Inputs
Auxiliary inputs are provided to allow remote operation of the following functions:
• Class Change.
• Remote Evacuate.
• Remote Silence.
• Remote Reset.
To activate an input, 0V DC should be connected across the input circuit via a normally open
contact arranged to close. [See Figure 16 – Auxiliary I/P connection detail]
Figure 16 – Auxiliary I/P connection detail
Panel Wiring
Field Wiring
Sil, Evac, Reset
or Class
Change
Aux DC
0V
External normally open
switch or relay contact,
closing to activate I/P
Note: To prevent unauthorised operation of the system, any manually
operated auxiliary input must be operated by a key-switch. The key to
the switch should be held with the panel’s access control key.
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11.6 Sounder Circuits
2 zone panels have 2 sounder circuits rated at 0.5 Amps. 4 zone panels have 4, each rated at 0.5
Amps. The 8, 16 and 32 zone panels have 4 sounder circuits each rated at 1 Amp. The circuits
are reverse-polarity monitored for open and short circuit faults. To allow monitoring, all devices
must be polarised. To prevent damage to the control panel, bells must also have a suppression
diode fitted as shown in Figure 17 – Alarm circuit configuration. The circuit must be terminated
with a 3k9 end of line resistor.
Figure 17 – Alarm circuit configuration
Alarm +
Polarising
diode
[1N4002S]
3k9 End
of line
resistor
Suppression
diode
[1N4002S]
Bell
Electronic
sounder
Alarm -
The voltage drop on each alarm circuit should be calculated to ensure that the minimum voltage
at the end of each circuit exceeds the minimum required by each sounding device.
The voltage at the end of the circuit is given by:
Minimum alarm voltage =
Min O/P voltage **– (Alarm current in amps x 2 x alarm
circuit length in metres x cable resistance in Ohms per
core per m)
[** Min O/P voltages – Mx-1032 = 18.4V;
Mx-1008 and Mx-1016 = 19.2V; Mx-1002 and Mx-1004
= 19.2V].
The resistance per metre is as follows:
•
•
1.5mm2 – 0.015Ω per metre per core
2.5mm2 – 0.009Ω per metre per core
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12 Electrical Design of Detection Zones
To allow the panel to correctly monitor for fault conditions, the wiring for each zone must be
installed as a continuous pair with no spurs or tees and be terminated with an end of line device;
22µF 35V capacitors for standard, non- intrinsically safe zones, 3k9 0.25W for intrinsically safe
zones. Correct polarity must be strictly observed throughout.
12.1 Maximum Number of Devices on a Zone
The maximum number of devices supported by a zone depends on the quiescent current drawn
by each device and differs for intrinsically safe and non- intrinsically safe zones. The quiescent
current will be listed on the device data sheet provided by the Manufacturers.
For non- intrinsically safe zones, the maximum current available is 5mA.
For intrinsically safe zones, the maximum current available is 3.5mA.
Note: To comply with BSEN 54-2, the maximum number of devices per zone
is limited to 32 and the maximum number of devices connected to a
panel is limited to 512.
Intrinsically Safe Zones
Warning: I.S zone wiring and equipment installation must comply with the
installation guidelines provided with the I.S. fire detection equipment
and the I.S. barrier. Any zone on which I.S. equipment is to be
connected must be configured as an I.S. zone. [See9.4 above].
13 C1651 Timer Module - General
The LCD clock module is an optional feature for the Mx-1000 range of panels providing the Alarm
Counter and Day/Night Delay Time features described elsewhere in this document. A jumper and
DIL switch are provided on the clock module PCB to allow the following modes of operation to be
set:
a] Day/Night Delay Time
b] Day/Night Delay Time and Alarm Counter.
c] Time of 1st fire alarm.
d] Time of 1st fire alarm and Alarm Counter.
The module is fitted to the rear of the display PCB, inside a break-out window. Two DIL pin
headers fitted to the rear of the display PCB provide all electrical connections. The module has a
2 by 8 character alphanumeric backlit LCD.
The clock module must be used with the “fully insertable” display overlay which has a clear
window through which the LCD can be viewed. A tab on the end of the User Instruction insert
normally blanks off the window. This tab must be removed before the insert is fitted to expose the
window.
13.1 Clock Module Functionality
Alarm Counter Complying with the requirements of EN54-2 clause 7.13, recording the number of times the panel
enters the fire alarm condition.
The current count can be displayed or reset to zero manually when required.
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Day/Night Delay Mode control Allows the delay mode to be automatically controlled by the clock module. It can be set up to
operate in one of two modes via a DIL switch 1/3 on the control panel motherboard:
Mode 1 - Automatically turns off the delay mode once a day at a set time [the delay mode first
being turned on manually].
Mode 2 - Automatically turn the delay mode on once a day and off once a day at set times.
1st Fire Alarm Time –
Displays the time of the first fire alarm. This condition is latched until the panel is reset and is not
updated by any subsequent fire alarms [i.e. fire alarms which occur while the first alarm is still
displayed].
13.2 Clock Module Edit Facility
The Clock Module has a simple edit feature to allow:
Set time of day [User accessible].
Set daily delay mode on/off times. [User accessible].
Selection of Day/Night delay mode on/off. [Engineer accessible].
13.2.1 Clock Module – User Control/Editing
When the optional Clock Module is fitted, the User has access to select the status of the
Day/Night Mode - either On or Off and to set the current time. These edit features are accessed
by operating the Access key switch, pressing the Select button and using the Select ↑ Select ↓
buttons to scroll the cursor indicator through the selectable LEDs until the Clock Module is
selected [Clock Module back light lit].
13.2.2 Clock Module Engineer’s Editing and Configuration
Editing: Manual selection of the Day/Night Mode and setting the current time is described in
Precept Installation and Commissioning Manual.
Configuration:
Setting the time of day at which the clock module automatically turns the delay mode on/off is set
using the Clock Module menu system as described in Precept Installation and Commissioning
Manual. Access to these extra menu pages is protected by a DIL switch on the rear of the Clock
Module PCB.
A jumper and DIL switch are provided on the clock module PCB to allow the following modes of
operation to be set:
a] Day/Night Delay Time
b] Day/Night Delay Time and Alarm Counter.
c] First Fire Alarm Time.
d] First Fire Alarm Time and Alarm counter.
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13.3 C1651 Clock Module PCB Features
Figure 18 llustrates the PCB features referred to elsewhere in the documentation
LK1 – Select
operating
d
DIL switch S1 Select config mode,
reset/disable counter
Figure 18 – C1651 Clock Module PCB
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Figure 19 - Typical Wiring Diagram
Typical Zone Wiring
22uF capacitor end-of-line device
-observe polarity
-ve
+
Typical Input Circuit Wiring
for Remote Silence, Evac, Reset &
Class Change,
Typical Alarm Circuit Wiring
3K9 resistor
end-of-line device
[Normally open switch contacts]
1A 2A -
Manual call point
with 680R resistor
+ 1
+
-
+
-
Typical remote
output wiring
2 -
2k2 0.5W
resistor
Typical zonal
output wiring
+
Connect
to Aux DC
24 V
24 V DC
relay
+
-
+
-
Terminal identification
notes:
Cl/C = Class Change.
B Act = Buzzer Active
RST = Reset
+
Repeater Wiring - see
Figure 9 - Repeater
connection diagram
Detector base with
Schottky Diode
1
Lower terminal tier
2
3
4
1+
1-
2+
2- 3+
3-
Zone O/Ps
4+
4-
5+
5-
6+
6-
7+
7-
8+
8-
1+
1-
Upper terminal tier
2+
2-
3+
3-
4+
4 - 24V 0V
Zone Circuits
9+
Sil Evac RST Cl/C Dis Evac BAct
Inputs
Aux DC
Alarm Circuits
Zone Circuits
Outputs
A
B
GND N/C
Repeater
Aux DC Fault Routing Fire Routing Fire Protection
9 - 10 + 10 - 11 + 11 - 12 + 12 - 13 + 13 - 14 + 14 - 15 + 15 - 16 + 16 -
24V 0V O/+
P
C/-
C/+
P
O/- C/+
P
O/-
RST
Lower terminal tier
RST
Upper terminal tier
P
N/O
Fire Routing, Fault Routing & Fire Protection O/P configuration - Output specification:
When configured as monitored/powered outputs:
For Fire Routing and Fire Protection O/Ps:
Quiescent: 5 V DC
Active [fire]: 24 V nom]
For Fault Routing O/P:
Quiescent: 24 V DC [nom]
Active [fault]: 5 V
Connections:
Observe correct polarity.
[+ = Positive, - = Negative]
Fire and Fault Routing
output wiring shown for
the monitored/powered
configuration
When configured as volt-free changeover relays :
For Fire Routing and Fire Protection O/Ps:
Volt free relay contacts shown in quiescent [de-energised]
condition.
Relay fitted locally
to fire routing
equipment
Relay fitted locally
to fault routing
equipment
For Fault O/P:
Volt free relay contacts shown in healthy [energised]
condition.
Field relay spec:
Coil resistance - 2.6 to 4.5 k Ohms
Voltage 24 V DC Nom
[min 18 V, max 30 V]
Fitted with suppression diode as shown.
Connections:
Connect to normally open or normally closed contact as
required.[P= Pole, C= Closed, O = Open]
Applied voltage must not exceed 30 V DC.
14 Mechanical, Electrical and Environmental
Specifications
Mechanical
Specification
Panel
Repeater
Mx-1002 /
Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Mx-1108
Mx-1116
Mx-1132
340
370
370
441
340
340
441
325
325
325
400
325
325
400
95
126
126
131
95
95
131
5.65Kg
7.05Kg
7.05Kg
9.35Kg
5.65Kg
5.65Kg
7.6Kg
Size [mm]
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight excluding
batteries:
Mains Input
Specification
Panel
Repeater
Mx-1002 /
Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Mx-1108
Mx-1116
Mx-1132
Maximum Input
Power:
85W
165W
165W
240W
85W
85W
85W
Protection:
T1AH250V
T3.15AH250V
T3.15AH250V
T3.15AH250V
T1AH250V
T1AH250V
T1AH250V
[Warning: Replace
only with identical
type & rating of
BEAB or VDE
approved fuse]
[1A antisurge]
[3.15A antisurge]
[3.15A antisurge]
[3.15A antisurge]
[1A antisurge]
[1A antisurge]
[1A antisurge]
Voltage:
230V AC +10%/-15%
Cable requirements:
Minimum of 1mm copper protected by a 5A fuse.
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2
Power Supply
Output
Specification
Panel
Repeater
Mx-1002 /
Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Mx-1108
Mx-1116
Mx-1132
Maximum Current
Output, Mains On
1.5A
3A
3A
5A
1A
1A
1A
Voltage Output,
Mains On
26.5 - 28.6V
Maximum Current
Output, Mains Failed
1.5A
3A
3A
5A
1A
1A
1A
Voltage Output,
Mains Failed
19.9* - 27V
19.2* - 27V
19.2* - 27V
18.4* - 27V
N/A
[* at full load]
Output protection:
Electronic current limiting
Common fault
output:
N/A
N/A
N/A
50mA
N/A
N/A
N/A
Mains failed fault
output:
N/A
N/A
N/A
50mA
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Battery
Specification
Panel
Repeater
Mx-1002 /
Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Mx-1108
Mx-1116
Mx-1132
1.5A
3A
3A
5A
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
Battery type:
2 off
2 off
2 off
2 off
2 off
2 off
2 off
POWERSONIC
PS1230
PS1270
PS12120
PS12180
PS1230
PS1230
PS1230
[Warning: Replace
only with identical
battery]
[12V 3Ah]
[12V 7Ah]
[12V 12Ah]
[12V 18Ah]
[12V 3Ah]
[12V 3Ah]
[12V 3Ah]
Battery size:
134mm x
151mm x
151mm x
180mm x
134mm x
134mm x
134mm x
[For one 12 V pack]
67mm x
65mm x
98mm x
76 mm x
67mm x
67mm x
67mm x
60mm
94mm
94mm
167mm
60mm
60mm
60mm
F2AL250V
F5AL250V
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
F5AL250V
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
F6.15AL250V
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
F2AL250V
F2AL250V
F2AL250V
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
Battery charger
output:
[Temperature
compensated float
charger
28.6V ±0.1V@-5°C
26.5 V±0.1V@ +40
°C.
Battery circuit
protection:
[Warning: Replace
only with identical
type & rating of
fuse]
20mm fast
blow glass
fuse
Mains failed fault
battery current:
45mA
45mA
45mA
55mA
40mA
40mA
40mA
Mains failed alarm
battery current:
80mA
80mA
80mA
90mA
75mA
75mA
75mA
Environmental
Specification
All Panels
Operating
temperature:
-5ºC to 40ºC
Operating humidity:
5% to 95%
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15 Input and Output Specification
Panel
Detection zone Inputs
Mx-1002 / Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Qty
2/4
8
16
32
Specification
Conventional Open and short circuit fault monitored.
Standard operating thresholds: Fire – 1k6 Ohms/14mA; O/C Flt – N/A; S/C Flt - 200
Ohms/52mA;
I.S Thresholds: Fire – 2k2 Ohms/10mA; O/C Flt - 6k7 Ohms/3.8mA; S/C Flt - 660
Ohms/27mA
Cable requirements
Max resistance of circuit loop: 22 Ohms.
Ancillary Inputs
Panel
Panel
Panel
Panel
Mx-1002 / Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Open collector.
50mA
N/A
Zonal Fire Outputs for
[Zones 1-4]
Class Change Input
Non- fault monitored. 0 Volt I/P to activate. I/P sensitivity: 0-1k Ohm
Remote Evacuate Input
Non- fault monitored. 0 Volt I/P to activate. I/P sensitivity: 0-1k Ohm
Remote Silence Input
Non- fault monitored. 0 Volt I/P to activate. I/P sensitivity: 0-1k Ohm
Remote Reset Input
Non- fault monitored. 0 Volt I/P to activate. I/P sensitivity: 0-1k Ohm
Cable requirements
Cable loop resistance <= 1K Ohm
Earth Fault I/P
Alarm threshold between 10k Ohm to 70 k Ohm [dependant on circuit] between chassis
and +ve or -ve line
Outputs
All Panels
Evacuate [active] Output
Open collector. 50mA 30 V max
Buzzer [active] Output
Open collector. 50mA 30 V max
Disablement [active] Output
Open collector. 50mA 30 V max
Reset Relay
1 x Volt-free change over rated 1 Amp at 30V DC
Fire Routing Output
Monitored configuration
Quiescent: 2 V DC; Active [fire]: 24 VDC [nom]
Field relay spec: Coil resistance - 2.6 to 4.5 k Ohms. Voltage 24 V DC Nom [min 18 V,
max 30 V]. Fitted with suppression diode.
Volt –free configuration
1 x Volt-free change over rated 1 Amp at 30V DC
Fire Protection Output
Monitored configuration
Quiescent: 2 V DC; Active [fire]: 24 VDC [nom]. Field relay spec: Coil resistance - 2.6 to
4.5 k Ohms. Voltage 24 V DC Nom [min 18 V, max 30 V]. Fitted with suppression diode
Volt –free configuration
1 x Volt-free change over rated 1 Amp at 30V DC
Fault Routing Output
Monitored configuration
Quiescent: 24 V DC [nom]; Active [fault]: 2 V. Field relay spec: Coil resistance - 2.6 to 4.5 k
Ohms. Voltage 24 V DC Nom [min 18 V, max 30 V]. Fitted with suppression diode.
Volt –free configuration
1 x Volt-free change over rated 1 Amp at 30V DC
Cable requirements
No special requirements.
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Alarm Circuits
Panel
Repeater
Mx-1002 /
Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Mx-1108
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Quantity:
2/4
4
4
4
N/A
N/A
N/A
Maximum Current: [per
circuit]
0.5A
1A
1A
1A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Output Voltage (battery
operation):
21 –27 V DC
Output Voltage (mains
operation):
28.6 – 26.5 V DC
Fault Monitoring:
Reverse polarity for open and short circuit faults
Protection [Self resetting
electronic]
0.93A
Cable requirements:
No special requirements. 1A minimum current rating. Minimum voltage at end-of-line must
be above sounding device minimum operating voltage.
Auxiliary Supply
Panel
0.93A
1.85A
1.85A
N/A
Repeater
Mx-1002 /
Mx-1004
Mx-1008
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Mx-1108
Mx-1016
Mx-1032
Maximum Current:
0.5A
1A
1A
1A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Auxiliary supply (battery
operation):
21–27 VDC
N/A
N/A
N/A
Auxiliary supply (mains
operation):
28.6 – 26.5 V DC
N/A
N/A
N/A
Protection: [Electronic]
0.5 A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Cable requirements:
No special requirements. 1A minimum current rating. Minimum voltage at end-of-line must
be above sounding device minimum operating voltage.
Repeater Output
Panel
1A
Mx-1002 / Mx-1004
1A
1A
Mx-1008
Number of repeaters:
1 to 5
Maximum repeater cable
length:
2000m
Communication protocol:
RS485 serial data 9600baud
Protection:
Electronic, current limited
Cable Type:
Two pair RS485 shielded cable (see below)
RS485 Cable Specification
Generic Type:
RS422/RS485 data cable.
Conductors:
Two pairs plus screen.
Alpha cable:
3492C, 6222C, 6412 or equivalent
Belden cable:
8102, 3107A, 82842 or equivalent
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Mx-1016
Mx-1032
16 Appendix
16.1 EN54 Optional Functions With Requirements
The Mx-1000 Series Panel has the following EN54 optional functions.
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•
•
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Clause 7.8 Outputs to fire alarm devices.
Clause 7.9 Outputs to fire alarm routing equipment.
Clause 7.10 Outputs to Fire Protection Equipment.
Clause 7.11 Delays to outputs.
Clause 8.9 Output to fault warning routing equipment.
Clause 10 Test condition.
16.2 Additional Functions Relating To EN54
The panels has the following functions relating to EN54.
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Sounder circuits [2 on the 2-zone, 4 on the 4, 8, 16 and 32 zone versions].
16.3 Ancillary Functions Not Required By EN54
The panel offers several auxiliary functions that are not required/allowed by EN54. These are:
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•
•
•
•
•
o
o
o
o
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•
•
•
•
o
Fire Routing, Fire Protection and Fault Routing outputs can be configured to be volt-free
change over contacts.
Detection zones can be configured as non-latching.
Detection zones can be configured for Intrinsically Safe applications.
Detection zones can be configured to initiate the fire alarm condition when a short circuit
is connected across zone wiring [used when replacing a panel on an older “non- short
circuit” monitored system].
Class change input for operating sounders briefly to signal class changes in educational
institutions.
Reset relay to interrupt power supplies to external equipment that needs to be reset in
tandem with the panel (e.g. IR Beam Detectors).
Engineer configurable features for:
To require the silencing of the fire alarm condition prior to enabling the fire alarm
condition reset.
To inhibit the operation of the Fire Protection Output for a fire condition on a zone
configured as non-latching.
To inhibit the silencing of fire alarm devices and resetting of the fire alarm condition for a
period of 3 minutes after a fire alarm condition occurs.
To prevent fire alarm devices operating for any fire alarm condition other than the
Evacuate condition.
To disable the panel buzzer.
Open collector outputs for evacuate active, buzzer active, disablement active, zonal fire
O/Ps for each zone up to zone 4.
Remote inputs for remote evacuation, reset and silence alarms.
One Man Sounder Test [see 4.2 above].
Latching fault mode where all fault conditions latch until the panel is manually reset.
Restore default configuration of zones and outputs.
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16.4 Power Supply Load Calculation
The power supply load must not exceed a maximum identified below
Panel
Max Load
Mx-1002/Mx-1004
1.4 Amps
Mx-1008
2.9 Amps
Mx-1016
2.9 Amps
Mx-1032
4.9 Amps
To determine the maximum power supply load perform the following steps:
1.
Look-up the mains failed panel load in alarm. Enter this value as Ipanel.
3.
Calculate the maximum load on the alarm circuits in mA in an alarm condition. Enter this
value as Ialarms.
4.
Calculate the load on the auxiliary supply in mA in an alarm condition. Enter this value as
Iaux.
5.
Calculate the maximum power supply load using the formula below:
Ipanel
………mA
Ialarms
………mA
Iaux
………mA
Ipse =
(Ipanel + Iaux + Ialarms )/1000 A
=
(……… + ……… + ……… )/1000 A
(………)/1000 A
=
……… A
Warning:
This current must not exceed the limits in the table above.
Note: A battery and loop calculation spreadsheet is available from your panel supplier to assist in
site calculations
16.5 Battery Standby Capacity Calculation
This section describes how to calculate the minimum required standby battery capacity for the
control panel. To determine the battery capacity perform the following steps:
1.
Look-up the mains failed fault battery current. Enter this value as Ipanelfault.
2.
Look-up the mains failed alarm battery current. Enter this value as Ipanelalarm.
3.
Calculate the maximum load on the alarm circuits in mA in an alarm condition. Enter this
value as Ialarms and enter this figure in the table.
4.
Calculate the load on the auxiliary supply in mA in an alarm condition. Enter this value as
Iauxfault.
5.
Calculate the load on the auxiliary supply in mA in an alarm condition. Enter this value as
Iauxalarm.
6.
Calculate the total battery load in fault, Ifault.
7.
Calculate the total battery load in alarm, Ialarm.
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8.
Enter the required standby time in hours, Tfault.
9.
Enter the required time in alarm in hours, Talarm.
Ipanelfault =
………mA
Iauxfault =
………mA
Ifault =
………mA
[Ipanelfault + Iauxfault]
Tfault =
………hrs
Ipanelalarm =
………mA
Ialarms =
………mA
Iauxalarm =
………mA
Ialarm =
[Ipanelalarm + Ialarms + Iauxalarm]
………hrs
Talarm =
10.
………mA
Substitute the values in to the formula below.
Cmin =
1.25 x ((Tfault x Ifault) + 2 x (Talarm x Ialarm))/1000 Ah
=
1.25 x ((……… x ………) + 2 x (……… + ………))/1000 Ah
=
1.25 x (………) +2 x ( ………)/1000 Ah
1.25 x (……… + ………)/1000 Ah
11.
=
1.25 x ………/1000 Ah
=
………/1000 Ah
=
……… Ah
Select the next highest available battery size.
Notes:
1.
The maximum battery capacities, which can be charged according to
BFPSA recommendations, are:
Panel
Max Battery Capacity
Mx-1002 and Mx-1004
12Ah
Mx-1008 and Mx-1016
24 Ah
Mx-1032
40 Ah
2.
Any battery that cannot be contained in the c.i.e. enclosure must be
located in an enclosure adjacent to the c.i.e.
3.
The approved panels comprise internally mounted SLA batteries as
listed below:
Panel
Max Battery Capacity
Mx-1002 and Mx-1004
3Ah
Mx-1008
7Ah or 12Ah
Mx-1016
12Ah
Mx-1032
18 Ah
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16.6 Panel Configuration Design Chart
Table 1 - Motherboard DIL Switch Configuration Design/Record
Switch
No.
1-1
1-2
Position
Function
Off
Fire Protection relays operate for a fire condition on any zone.
On
Fire Protection relays operate for a fire condition on any latching fire zone.
Off
Silence and reset available as normal.
On
Prevents alarms being silenced or reset for a period of 3 minutes after a
fire alarm condition occurs
Off
Clock Module automatically turns off the delay mode once a day at the set
time [the delay mode first being turned on manually].
On
Clock Module automatically turns the delay mode on once a day and off
once a day at the set times.
Off
Configuration mode disabled.
On
Zones can be configured to non-latch mode via the Engineer’s Select
feature.
Off
Configuration mode disabled.
On
Zones can be configured to Intrinsically Safe monitoring mode
Off
Configuration mode disabled
On
Zones can be configured to “short circuit to fire” mode.
Off
Configuration mode disabled
On
Zones can be configured to Delay Mode via the Engineer’s Select feature.
Off
Configuration mode disabled.
On
Configure delayed outputs via the Engineer’s Select feature.
Off
Single Stage Delay Mode.
On
Two Stage Delay Mode.
Off
Sounders operate on any fire condition including evacuate.
On
Selects sounders to operate only when the panel is in the evacuate
condition
Off
Reset available when panel is in the [un silenced] fire or fault condition
On
Fire Condition Reset available only when panel is in Alarm Silenced
condition.
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
2-1
2-2
Off
On
2-3
Off
On
2-4
Off
On
2-5
Off
On
2-6
2-7
Delay Duration
Delay disabled
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
6 min
7 min
8 min
9 min
10 min
Setting
S/W 2/2
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
S/W 2/3
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
S/W 2/4
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Table 2
Table 2
Table 3
S/W 2/5
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
General Alarm Sounder Mode
On
Zonal Sounder Mode
Off
Zonal sounders for zones in the fire condition operate continuously until
silenced - all other zones are silent.
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Table 2
Mark
actual
settings
on table
Switch
No.
2-8
2-9
2-10
Position
Function
Setting
On
Zonal sounders operate continuously - all other sounders pulse until
silenced.
Off
Sounders operate in response to zone one-man test.
On
Sounders do not respond to a zone one-man test.
Off
Buzzer enabled.
On
Buzzer disabled
Off
Non-latched faults
On
Latched faults.
Table 2 - Zone Configuration Design/Record
Zone No
Zone Configuration
Non-Latch
Intrinsically Safe
Short Circuit
Delay
= Fire
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
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Table 3 - Output Delay Configuration Design/Record
Output
Output Configuration
Delay
Fire Routing
Fire protection
Alarm Devices
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Non-delay
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