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A&B-79-thomas-st-O&M - A&B Electrical Services (UK) Ltd
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 Description of Systems
Section 3 Schedule and Illustration of Lighting Fittings
Section 4 Schedule and Illustration of Accessories
Section 5 Schedule of Manufacturers
Section 6 Maintenance Procedures
Section 7 Inspection of Completion Certificates
Section 8As fitted drawings
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Section 1 // Introduction
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING A&B ELECTRICAL SERVICES (UK) LTD
This manual contains information to enable the staff at 79 Thomas Street, to operate and maintain
the electrical services installation.
The services so described are those contained in the building after completion of the premises
in December 2011.
The staff should recognise that these installations my be subject to subsequent amendment and should
take such steps as are necessary that the information is updated to ensure safety of personnel.
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Section 2 // Description of Systems
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
2.1The electrical Installation within these premises consists of the following
•
Mains Distribution
•
General Lighting
•
General Power
•
Emergency Lighting
•
Fire alarm
•
Intercom
•
Burglar alarm
2.2 Mains Distribution
The mains distribution has been split into Landlords, Basement plus Ground, 1st floor and 2nd floor. The
main intake point is in the basement and a switch fuse has been installed for each supply. This is then
terminated into a single phase board on each floor.
2.3General Lighting
For full details of light fittings reference can be found under section 3 of this manual.
The lighting in the office area has been wired in 1.5 T&E cable above the ceiling, the cable is then
terminated into a plug in rose.
The lights are controlled by switches in the offices and PIR detectors in the corridor areas.
All fittings are from the Dextra range.
2.4General Power
The power installation in the office area is made up of 2.5 T&E cable wired through the fabric of the building
and into 3 compartment Mita skirting trunking.
The wiring is terminated at a socket outlet or a fused spur. MK accessories have been used throughout.
RCD protection has been installed on the sockets.
2.6Emergency Lights
The emergency lights are integral to the light fittings that have been installed. Running man exit signs
have also been installed as per the new drawing.
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ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
2.7Fire Alarm
The new fire alarm is a conventional system using fire proof red cable, the manufacturer is Firesafe and
accessories have been installed as per the drawing.
2.8Intercom
A new video intercom has been installed to serve the floors and is connected to the front door.
2.9Burglar alarm
Anew wireless burglar alarm has been installed to serve the ground floor, a GSM autodialler has been fitted
so to create a dedicated mobile phone line for the occupants use.
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Section 3 // Schedule and Illustration of Lighting Fittings
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
3.1Description
Dextra duet
protec
discalo
dropglass
graduate
amec
5149/E3
PTECM226HF/E3
DSC155/M3
PTECMDG
GRDT5149E3TPA
138WPHF
Philips exit box
POOO766/005EM
Luxonic recessed exit sign LEDX/R/M3/WH/PO
Tamlite 5ft twin
TLX258
Eterna PIR
PIRFM360
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Retail & Display
Pro Tec
Compact fluorescent downlighting has given rise to a
Versatility
new way of thinking when lighting areas such as retail
The Pro Tec offers an impressive DLOR, ideal for retail stores
stores, receptions and general circulation areas. With
where technical performance is as important as style. With
this trend showing no signs of slowing down the timely
the emergence of the image conscious work place
introduction of the Pro Tec range offers innovation
downlighting is now making its mark on the commercial
with a catalogue of options, allowing you to select the
sector. For office environments the Pro Tec Large, in an
downlight best suited to your requirements.
open format, will achieve a 65° cut off as advised by LG3
2001. Three body sizes offer a wealth of different lamp
options, varying in wattages and configurations. To deliver
complete versatility the Pro Tec offers a host of attachment
options, from IP44 rated glass covers for harsher
environments, through to the attractiveness of the drop
glass ring.
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Retail & Display
Pro Tec
W E S S E X H O U S E - B AT H U N I V E R S I T Y
Quality
Options
All luminaires within the Pro Tec range are UK
There are three body sizes with a fourth wallwash option.
manufactured in line with BS EN 60598. The body is made
They are coded as follows:
from quality steel whilst the reflector is made from highly
PTECV
–
Vertical
PTECM
–
Medium Horizontal
components finish the Pro Tec luminaire to a high
PTECL
–
Large Horizontal
specification. Three point stabilising clips secure the body
PTECLWW
–
Large Wallwash
reflective, faceted aluminium. European control gear and
to the back of the ceiling tile when in-situ, whilst an extra
support arm will hold the weight of the gear housing on
All are with either high frequency control gear or one of a
the medium and large versions.
number of dimming options, from 1-10v analogue through
to various digital alternatives. The PTECM is also offered as a
switch start option if required.
The following page will introduce you to a wealth of
attachments all of which twist and lock securely into place.
With the exception of the Wallwash all Pro Tec luminaires can
incorporate a remote 3 hour maintained emergency pack.
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Retail & Display
Pro Tec
Clear Glass
Opal Glass
Patterned Glass
Turbo Louvre
Dark Light Louvre
Drop Glass
Drop Glass Ring
TRIDENT HOUSE - LIVERPOOL
Emergency Drop
Legend
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Retail & Display
Pro Tec
A Size
Order Code
Description
VERTICAL (high frequency as standard)
PTECV 113 HF
Vertical Downlight
PTECV 118 HF
Vertical Downlight
PTECV 126 HF
Vertical Downlight
HORIZONTAL MEDIUM (switch start as standard)
PTECM 118
Horizontal Downlight
PTECM 126
Horizontal Downlight
PTECM 132 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECM 142 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECM 218
Horizontal Downlight
PTECM 226
Horizontal Downlight
HORIZONTAL LARGE (high frequency as standard)
PTECL 126 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECL 132 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECL 142 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECL 226 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECL 232 HF
Horizontal Downlight
PTECL 242 HF
Horizontal Downlight
WALLWASH LARGE
PTECLWW 226 HF**
Wallwash Downlight
Lamps
Weight (kg)
+
1 x 13w TC-DE
1 x 18w TC-DE
1 x 26w TC-DE
TBA
TBA
TBA
1 x 18w TC-D*
1 x 26w TC-D*
1 x 32w TC-TE
1 x 42w TC-TE
2 x 18w TC-D*
2 x 26w TC-D*
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
1
1
1
2
2
2
TC-TE
TC-TE
TC-TE
TC-TE
TC-TE
TC-TE
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
2 x 26w TC-DE
TBA
x
x
x
x
x
x
26w
32w
42w
26w
32w
42w
Horizontal Large
*TC-DE Lamp with High Frequency and / or emergency version
**Not available in emergency. Supplied complete with white trim
All fittings exclude lamps. A minimum gap above the installed fitting of 50mm is required
Please contact our Sales Team on 01747 858100 for IP65 options
B Control
HF
HFR
SD(E)
DSI(E)
DSI(X)
High Frequency
High Frequency Dimming (Analogue 1-10v)
Digital Dimming Switch Dim (ECO)
Digital Dimming DSI (ECO)
Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI)
Vertical
Horizontal Medium
C Emergency
E3
ST3
AT3
3 Hour Maintained Emergency Pack (Remote)
Self Test
Auto Test
D Attachments - Must be ordered at the same time as fitting
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
PTEC*
WR
CR
GR
CG
PG
OG
DG
DG BLUE
DGR
DGR BLUE
DL4
TL
DMD
White Ring (Use for open fitting)
Chrome Ring
Gold Ring
Clear Glass IP44**
Patterned Glass
Opal Glass IP44
Drop Glass
Blue Drop Glass
Drop Glass Ring
Blue Drop Glass Ring
Dark Light Louvre (Not available on Vertical)
Turbo Louvre (Not available on Vertical)
Emergency Drop Legend (Not available on Vertical)
* Specify V, M or L for size.
Wallwash
IP20
For further options please see
the Dextra Lighting Options
Guide, Pg 223-240.
For installation assistance see
the Ceiling Compatibility
Guide, Pg 249.
PTECM218WR++
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Surface & Suspended
Graduate
The Graduate is a high specification curved profile
Quality
surface luminaire complete with prismatic/reeded
Cable entry holes and standard BESA fixings can be found
polycarbonate diffuser, fully retained polycarbonate
along the centre line on the back of the luminaire body.
end caps and supplied with high frequency control gear
Alternatively cable entry may be made through the end
as standard. It’s low profile sectional design allows for
caps via pre-marked drill points. Manufactured
installation with minimal impact on its environment.
accordance with BS EN 60598 from high grade sheet steel,
in
using European control gear and components.
Versatility
This range of luminaires is primarily used for educational
Options
establishments such as schools, colleges and universities,
Although complete with high frequency control gear as
however it is also ideally suited to hospitals, care homes and
standard some versions are available as a dimming option,
general areas such as walkways. High frequency control gear
from 1-10v analogue through to various digital variants.
is mounted on a quick release removable gear tray.
All luminaires come complete with TP(a) diffusers as
standard. Emergency options are available. Fused as
standard.
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Surface & Suspended
Graduate
A Size
Code
Nominal Size
Lamps
Weight (kg)+
A
Graduate
GRD 136 HF TPA
GRD 158 HF TPA
GRD 170 HF TPA
GRD 236 HF TPA
GRD 258 HF TPA
GRD 270 HF TPA
GRDT5 128 TPA
GRDT5 135/49 TPA
GRDT5 228 TPA
GRDT5 235/49 TPA
1200
1500
1800
1200
1500
1800
1200
1500
1200
1500
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
1 x 36w
1 x 58w
1 x 70w
2 x 36w
2 x 58w
2 x 70w
1 x 28w HE
1 x 35/49w HE
2 x 28w HE
2 x 35/49w HE
4.20
5.10
6.50
4.40
5.30
6.80
4.10
5.10
4.30
5.30
1240
1540
1810
1240
1540
1810
1240
1540
1240
1540
Dimensions (mm)
B
C
215
215
215
215
215
215
215
215
215
215
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
D
600
1200/600
1200/600
600
1200/600
1200/600
600
1200/600
600
1200/600
Please specify wattage when ordering. Only T5 fittings are complete with lamps
Fused as standard
Suited to trunking mounting due to central fixing of control gear
IP40 available on request
B
Control
HFR
SD(E)
DSI(E)
DSI(X)
C
High Frequency Dimming (Analogue 1-10v)
Digital Dimming Switch Dim (ECO)
Digital Dimming DSI (ECO)
Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI)
Emergency
E3
ST3
AT3
3 Hour Maintained Emergency Pack (Integral) (Not available on HO option)
Self Test
Auto Test
GRD 258++
D Attachments
TPA
E
DS
NL
Clear prismatic polycarbonate (TPa) diffuser is supplied as standard
Extras
Double Switch
Night Light (Limited options)
IP20
For further options please see the
Dextra Lighting Options Guide, Pg 223-240.
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Amenity
Discalo
A versatile high quality luminaire based around a T5
Quality
circular lamp. An impressive halo effect is achieved via
Manufactured from high quality Makrolon polycarbonate
an opal or blue back diffuser.
with high transmission opal diffuser.
Suitable for internal use, the Discalo is designed for wall
Die cast aluminium base for efficient thermal performance.
or ceiling mounting.
All options come complete with lamp and are high
frequency as standard.
Versatility
Ideally suited to a variety of internal applications including:
corridors, stairwells, reception areas and feature walls.
Designed with self-cooling ventilation and 'installer friendly'
twist and lock bayonet diffuser.
Options
Available in either a single lamp 40 or 55w version, with
the option of integral emergency. Emergency options
include 3 hour maintained self test and auto test.
Although complete with HF control gear as standard
dimming options are available, from 1-10v analogue
through to various digital varients.
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Amenity
Discalo
A Size
Order Code
DSC 140 T5C*
DSC 155 T5C*
Nominal Size
500 Dia
500 Dia
Lamps
1 x 40w TL5-c
1 x 55w TL5-c
Weight (kg)
3.50
3.50
+
All options complete with lamp.
Replace * with OP or BL suffix.
B
Control
HFR
SD(E)
DSI(E)
DSI(X)
C
High Frequency Dimming (Analogue 1-10v)
Digital Dimming Switch Dim (ECO)
Digital Dimming DSI (ECO)
Digital Addressable Lighting Interface(DALI)
Emergency
M3
ST3
AT3
3 Hour maintained emergency
Self Test
Auto Test
D Attachments
OP
BL
Opal back diffuser
Blue back diffuser
IP20
DSC 155 T5C OP
LOR: 65%++
DSC 155 T5C BL
LOR: 42%++
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Amenity
Amenity Plus
Not afraid to lead from the front the Amenity Plus
Versatility
range combines extensive research with cutting edge
Having undergone the most stringent of testing regimes,
technology, to deliver a comprehensive solution to your
Amenity Plus have proved themselves worthy to deliver
amenity requirements.
With a variety of robust body
maximum efficiency in a wealth of amenity environments,
design options combined with an ability to be wall or
such as schools, factories, walkways and car parks.
ceiling mounted, there will always be an Amenity Plus
product to match your requirements.
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Available in a variety of options relating to performance
and aesthetics.
Amenity
Amenity Plus
Square
Black Body/Opal Diffuser
Square
White Body/Prismatic Diffuser
Quality
All Amenity Plus fittings have been certified to IP65 rating
as defined by BS EN 60598-1:2000. This rating goes above
and beyond the commonly accepted BS EN 60529:1992
standard with a testing procedure that is far more onerous
and as a result promotes the fitting to new levels in terms
of ingress protection and reliability. As a result of heavy
research into advanced luminaire design the Amenity Plus
moulding and it’s utilisation of leading edge electronics,
allows us to offer a 16w 2D 3hr maintained product in the
smaller sized body, a rarity in amenity lighting. Finally, to
Circular
Black Body/Opal Diffuser
Options
White or black body options coupled with the choice of
prismatic or opal diffuser allows greater harmonisation
with the surrounding environment. Through the
introduction of a photocell the Amenity Plus bulkhead is
opened up to the world of dusk-to-dawn control, whilst
promoting energy efficiency. A hinged gear tray aids the
installation process along with simplifying future
maintenance. To offer complete installation flexibility all
Amenity Plus luminaires have multiple fixing points,
including Besa box entries on all. For more demanding
environments metal bodies are available in 28 and 38w
lampways.
avoid compromising quality all luminaires employ
European control gear as standard. Unlike many
alternatives all Amenity Plus luminaires are supplied
complete with lamps, retained screws and pre-installed
seal in an effort to minimise on-site installation time.
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Amenity
Amenity Plus
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Amenity
Amenity Plus
A Size
Order Code
Body Type
Lamps
Weight (kg)
A
Dimensions (mm)
B
C
+
Polycarbonate
AMEC116** HF
AMEC128** HF
AMEC138** HF^
AMES116** HF
AMES128** HF
AMES138** HF^
Circular bulkhead
Circular bulkhead
Circular bulkhead
Square bulkhead
Square bulkhead
Square bulkhead
1
1
1
1
1
1
x
x
x
x
x
x
16w
28w
38w
16w
28w
38w
TC-DD
TC-DD
TC-DD
TC-DD
TC-DD
TC-DD
1.00
1.65
1.50
1.10
2.00
1.85
220
320
320
220
320
320
220
320
320
104
104
104
104
104
104
Aluminium
AMEC128** HF MET
AMEC138** HF MET
AMES128** HF MET
AMES138** HF MET
Circular bulkhead
Circular bulkhead
Square bulkhead
Square bulkhead
1
1
1
1
x
x
x
x
28w
38w
28w
38w
TC-DD
TC-DD
TC-DD
TC-DD
1.65
1.50
2.00
1.85
320
320
320
320
320
320
104
104
104
104
Semi Recessing Bezel
AMECS SRB
AMECL SRB
AMESS SRB
AMESL SRB
Small Circular
Large Circular
Small Square
Large Square
-
-
-
-
-
All fittings are complete with lamps
HF as standard, Switch Start available on request
Circular
** Add attachment suffix
B
Control
For dimming options please contact the Dextra Sales Team
C
Emergency
M3
Maintained Emergency 3 Hour (available in HF only)
ST3
Self Test
^ Not available in M3
Square
D Attachments
WP
WO
BP
BO
E
White Body Prismatic Diffuser
White Body Opal Diffuser
Black Body Prismatic Diffuser
Black Body Opal Diffuser
Extras
PH
Photocell
IP65
AMEC116++
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Duet T5
SURFACE
A high performing, slimline luminaire suitable for direct
mounting or suspension in either a stand alone or continuous
run format.
White powder coated steel housing (48mm deep) with grey
polycarbonate injection moulded end caps (white endcaps
available on request).
Various lamp configurations from 1x14W through to 2x80W T5
deliver LORs in excess of 80% (louvres) with certain models
achieving compliance to EN 12464-1 (1000cd/m2 above 65o
elavation), L2 (55 llm/W) and ECA.
PIR and Daylight control sensor and 3W LED emergency
integrated within the endcap.
With a central gear and cable entry point the luminaire is perfectly
balanced for 2 point split wire suspension, trunking mounting or
BESA box (bi-directional offers approximately 90% DLOR / 10%
ULOR).
Single Lamp
Mount direct to solid ceiling (4 x 6mm holes) or direct to trunking
/ surface conduit boxes (2 x 20mm holes).
Blind Unit
A
Single Lamp
B
C
D
Twin Lamp
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E
Order Code
Nominal Lamps
Length
Standard
DUET5128/154*
1240
1x28WHE/1x54WHO
DUET5135/149/180*
1540
1x35WHE/1x49WHO/1x80WHO
DUET5228/254*
1240
2x28WHE/2x54WHO
DUET5235/249/280*
1540
2x35WHE/2x49WHO/2x80WHO
Continuous Run
DUET5128/154* CR
1200
1x28WHE/1x54WHO
DUET5135/149/180* CR
1500
1x35W HE/1x49WHO/1x80WHO
DUET5228/254* CR
1240
2x28WHE/2x54WHO
DUET5235/249/280* CR
1540
2x35WHE/2x49WHO/2x80WHO
Start/End Run
DUET5128/154* ST/ER
1240
1x28WHE/1x54WHO
DUET5135/149/180* ST/ER 1540
1x35WHE/1x49WHO/1x80WHO
DUET5228/254* ST/ER
1240
2x28WHE/2x54WHO
DUET5235/249/280* ST/ER 1540
2x35WHE/2x49WHO/2x80WHO
ST = Start of run. ER - End of run.
Blind Unit - (Sensors available for blind units)
DUET5600 BLIND CR
600
N/A
DUET51200 BLIND CR
1200
N/A
DUET51500 BLIND CR
1500
N/A
HFR
SD(E)
DSI(E)
DSI(X)
High Frequency Dimming (Analogue 1-10v)
Digital Dimming Switch Dim (ECO)
Digital Dimming DSI (ECO)
Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI)
LE3
E3
ST3
AT3
Integral LED Emergency
3 Hour Maintained Emergency Pack**
Self Test**
Auto Test**
C2
SSC2
LB
TPA
LG3 2001 65° (LG3 1996 CAT 2) Louvre
LG3 2001 65° Louvre - Semi Specular
Ribbed Crossblade Low Brightness Louvre
TP(a) panel (Twin lamp only, single available on request
but with installation limitations)
R2
WH
P413
P410
Integral PIR/daylight regulating sensor -DSI only
White end caps
Two point split suspension kit
Four point suspension kit
* Insert attachment suffix e.g. DUET5235 C2 ST
**Not available with 28W or 54W
All complete with T5 lamps.
Tel: 01747 858 100
LUXONIC LIGHTING
SINZ®
DOUBLE-SIDED
An innovative range of LED maintained and non-maintained 3
hour duration exit signs, suitable for a viewing distance of up
to 22 meters.
Mode options (replace 3MI with)
Non-maintained:
Self-test maintained:
Self-test non-maintained:
Dali addressable maintained:
Dali addressable non-maintained:
Colour options
RAL 9010 20% gloss as standard (WH)
Silver grey, replace /WH with
Other colours are available to special order
Pictogram’s available
SUFFIX: /PL
SUFFIX: /PR
SUFFIX: /PU
SUFFIX: /PD
MODE
L
W
H
Maintained
270
70
120
240
40
106
MODE
L
W
H
Maintained
261
32
225
MODE
L
W
H
Maintained
221
32
225
MODE
L
W
H
Maintained
221
32
225
Recessed
/3NMI /3MIET
/3NMIET /3MID
/3NMID
SINZ/R/3MI/DS/LEGEND*/WH
Cut-out & Recesse depth
/SG
Wall Mounted End
SINZ/WME/3MI/DS/LEGEND*/WH
Surface Mount
Example: SINZ/SUS/3MID/DS/PR/SG
SINZ/SM/3MI/DS/LEGEND*/WH
SINGLE-SIDED
MODE
L
W
H
Wall Mounted / Surface Mounted
SINZ/WSM/3MI/SS/LEGEND*/WH
Maintained
221
32
225
Suspended
SINZ/SUS/3MI/DS/LEGEND*/WH
Note: Supplied complete with clutches and 3m stainless steel wires.
Luxonic Lighting Plc, Priestley Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9JP. UK
t: +44 (0)1256 363090 I f: +44(0)1256 842349 I www.luxonic.co.uk I [email protected]
see www. luxonic.co.uk for current data sheet
Tamlite Lighting
TLX
TLX high frequency batten
Product Data Sheet
Professional fluorescent batten range
Features:
High frequency control gear
High output Tri-phosphor tubes (colour 840)
Energy efficient product
Manufactured from high quality steel
Construction:
Finished in white epoxy powder coat
To Specify / Order:
High frequency fluorescent T8 batten as per Tamlite TLX
range supplied with Tri-phosphor tubes
Options:
AST
Emergency self test available
V**
Vision integral lighting control available
Order Codes
Order Code
Availability
All dimensions are in millimetres
Wgt (kg)
Dim A
Dim B
Dim C
TLX18
1 x 18W T8
Lamps
Fixing centres (mm)
-
1.30
618
62
TLX218
2 x 18W T8
-
1.30
618
87
TLX236
2 x 36W T8
610
2.6
1228
87
104
TLX258
2 x 58W T8
610
3.1
1526
87
104
TLX270
2 x 70W T8
610
3.8
1791
87
104
TLX36
2 x 36W T8
610
2.2
1228
62
104
TLX58
1 x 58W T8
610
2.7
1526
62
104
TLX70
1 x 70W T8
610
3.2
1791
62
104
Please Note: Order codes listed are for standard (non-emergency) versions only. For all other gear options, please contact Tamlite Lighting.
Tamlite Lighting Techincal Department.
Tel: 01952 292441 Fax: 01952 292155
e-mail: [email protected]
E2
E2
P000766005EM + P000766006D
EMRGENCY BULKHEAD EXIT SIGN 1X 8W
Maintained Emergency Exit Sign, Wall Mounted, with Running Man
Arrow Down Pictogram Legend.
• T: 01933 673 144
• F: 01933 678 083
• E: [email protected]
HELPLINE:
041011-SM
If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
www.eterna-lighting.co.uk
Visit our website:
If your product is defective or develops a fault, please return it to the place where you bought it.
You can call our helpline for advice. The helpline will gladly give advice on any aspect of any Eterna
Lighting product but may not be able to give specific instructions regarding individual installations.
IF YOU EXPERIENCE PROBLEMS:
When your product comes to the end of its life or you choose to update or upgrade it by replacing
it, please do not dispose of it with your normal household waste and please recycle where facilities
exist. When you need to dispose of this fitting you can check with your retailer or local authority
for suitable options. New regulations require the recycling of Waste from Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (European “WEEE Directive” effective August 2005—UK WEEE Regulations effective 2nd
January 2007). Environment Agency Registered Producer: WEE/GA0248QZ.
EVENTUALLY, YOU MAY WANT TO REPLACE THIS PIR DETECTOR:
Do not use any chemical or abrasive cleaners.
To avoid dust build-up and ensure proper functioning of the PIR sensor, please wipe the sensor lens
lightly with a dry cloth every 3 months.
CLEANING:
• Detection range: 360°, radius 4.5m at an installation height of 2.8m.
• Duration time: from 10±5 seconds to 14±1 minutes adjustable.
• Voltage: 220—240Vac 50Hz
• Wattage: Max. 2000W incandescent lamp (resistive load),
Max. 500W fluorescent lamp (inductive load).
• Lux Control Level: from daylight to night adjustable.
SPECIFICATION:
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING YOUR NEW FITTING
PLEASE RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
These instructions are provided as a guideline to assist you.
360° Flush Mounted Ceiling PIR
Model:
PIRFM360
360º Flush Mounted PIR
c/w Terminal Cover x 1
Pack contents:
SAFETY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Make connections to the electrical supply in
accordance with the following code:
Live (in/out) - Brown or Red
Neutral - Blue or Black
This product is designed for permanent
connection to fixed wiring: this should be either
a suitable lighting circuit (protected with a 5
or 6 Amp MCB or fuse) or a fused spur (with
a 3 Amp fuse) via a fused connection unit. We
recommend that the supply incorporates a
switch for ease of operation.
If the location of your new unit requires the
provision of a new electrical supply, the supply
must conform with the requirements of the
Building Regulations making reference to the
current edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations
(BS7671).
Do not fit in surfaces which are damp, freshly
painted or otherwise electrically conductive (e.g.
metallic surfaces).
Before making fixing hole, check that there are
no obstructions hidden beneath the mounting
surface such as pipes or cables.
Do not position close to or pointing at any bright
light source as this will hinder operation of the
lux control.
Do not position close to or pointing at any
source of heat such as a heater or heat
extraction unit or vent. This may cause false
triggering.
The sensor is designed for optimum
performance when installed into a domestic
ceiling.
Suitable for indoor use only.
Do not connect to a circuit which also has large
inductive loads connected as spikes generated
switching inductive loads may damage electronic
components within your PIR switch.
Disconnect the unit from the electrical supply
before flash or high voltage testing.
Switch off the mains before commencing
installation and remove the appropriate circuit
fuse.
If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
This light fitting must be installed in accordance
with the Building Regulations making reference
to the current edition of the IEE Wiring
Regulations (BS7671). The Building Regulations
may be obtained from OPSI or viewed and
downloaded from
www.communities.gov.uk following the link for
Building Regulations.
READ THIS FIRST:
7. Press the transparent cover back into position.
6. Fit the cables under the cable grip and tighten
securely.
5. With the supply and load wiring hanging
through the hole in your ceiling, connect the
Live in, Live load and Neutral wires according
to the colour code above and the markings
next to the terminals.
4. Remove the top of the cord grip from the top
of the PIR unit.
3. Using a small flat-bladed screwdriver,
remove the transparent cover from the mains
terminals.
2. Cut a round hole 2 1⁄2” (63mm) in diameter
in your mounting surface.
1. Choose the location for your new PIR switch
according to the conditions listed above.
INSTALLATION:
You are advised at every stage of your
installation to double-check any electrical
connections you have made. After you have
completed your installation there are electrical
tests that should be carried out: these tests are
specified in the Wiring Regulations (BS7671)
referred to in the Building Regulations. If in
doubt please consult a qualified electrician
This product must be connected to an Earth.
When making connections, ensure that the
terminals are tightened securely and that
no strands of wire protrude. Check that
the terminals are tightened onto the bared
conductors and not onto any insulation. Wrap
loose terminal blocks well with insulating tape.
Never remove the lens cover as the sensor inside
will be damaged and any guarantee will become
invalid.
You are advised at every stage of your
installation to double-check any electrical
connections you have made. After you have
completed your installation there are electrical
tests that should be carried out: these tests are
specified in the Wiring Regulations (BS7671)
referred to in the Building Regulations. If in
doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
This fitting is double insulated, do not connect
any part to earth.
When making connections, ensure that the
terminals are tightened securely and that
no strands of wire protrude. Check that
the terminals are tightened onto the bared
conductors and not onto any insulation.
General Information & Installation:
It is normal for a delay of several seconds to occur
between the sensor detecting movement and the
load switching on.
Response Time
Note: Once the sensor has been triggered, any
subsequent detection will start the time period
again from the beginning.
The duration time is the length of time for which
the load remains energised after the sensor has
been triggered. This time can be adjusted from
10±5 seconds to 14±1 minutes. Turning the
control from the [+] symbol to the [-] symbol will
reduce the duration time.
Adjusting the Duration Time
The Lux control has a built-in photocell that
detects daylight and darkness. Turning the control
towards the (R) symbol will result in the unit
switching in all light levels. Turning the control
towards the (É) symbol will result in the unit
switching only in reduced light. Set the unit to
switch at the desired light level using this control.
Adjusting the Lux Control
After completing the walk test, set the Lux control
to the night position (if night-time only operation
is required) and set the time control to achieve
the desired time on duration.
Please note that the sensor is more sensitive
to movement past it than to movement directly
towards it, see diagram opposite.
With the Lux control set to daylight (R) and the
time control set to minimum (you should have
done this when you fitted the unit into your
ceiling), you will be able to determine the area of
detection by walking slowly beneath the sensor.
The load will be switched on for a pre-set period
of time when the sensor is triggered.
When the power is switched on, the unit will
enter it’s “warm up” mode for approximately 1
minute after which it will enter “auto” mode.
When the sensor is in “auto” mode, a walk test
can be performed.
Walk Test
OPERATION:
10. Release the unit into the hole allowing the
strength of the springs to hold it in position
9. Press the side springs upwards against the side
of the unit and offer up into the hole in your
ceiling.
8. Set the Lux control to the day position (R) and
the time control to minimum.
Installation & Operation:
Ceiling
360º
Max Radius 4.5m
Detection Area
3m
Connections
N = Neutral (load & supply)
L = Live (supply in)
L = Live (load out)
Cord Grip
Cover
Movement direction
with greatest sensor
sensitivity
Movement direction
with greatest sensor
sensitivity
Spring upwards
and insert in hole
Section 4 // Schedule and Illustration of Accessories
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
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MK grid switches
cover plate
em key switches
K3704
K3638
K4898EL
Marco skirting trunking
angle
external
twin box
MEC3LGL
MEC31
MEC3E
MTSB2
Proteus boards
MCB
switch fuses
BX12S1
632B
SF63
SF100
Advent fans
AUX100IDS
ME1004S
AVA269
Newlec sockets
spurs
NL8300
NL8313S
ME intercom
VD5230
Challenger alarm
auto dialler
wireless sounder
wireless PIR
contact
AP11LED
AT20/GSM dialler
AEW1
ADFW1
ACFW1
Firesafe fire alarm panel
smokes
heats
call points
sounder beacons
relay
sounders
remote indicators
FCFP4N
FDC010A
FDC022A
FCPSR
FSAVRRN
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FSASN
FLRN
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The GD-04 “David” GSM communicator
User manual
The GD-04 module got its name from David, a biblical king who outsmarted Goliath, a giant. In our
case, Goliath is meant to be the GSM network. We hope that the skills of your tiny David will help you
manage the giant.
1. Basic description
GSM antenna
Tabs
SIM card
SIM
RESET jumper
Bus connector
LED indicator
Battery connection
Output fuses
1.1.
David provides:
2 output contacts of power relays X and Y (each allows up to 5A/250V)
• 4 input terminals A to D for SMS reporting (the inputs react to a connection or disconnection
to or from a common GND terminal)
•
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1.2.
•
•
•
•
•
•
David can be used as:
A switch with SMS remote control. SMS texts for switching particular terminals on/off are
configurable.
A time-switch which can be activated remotely via a mobile phone (the switch-on period is
configurable from 1 second to 10 hours).
A relay with dialling-in remote control. Up to 50 tel. numbers can be authorized for each
relay. Because calls are not answered dialling-in control within GSM is free of charge. (David
only checks the caller’s number and – if the number is authorized – responds with relay
activation.) This can be used for parking latch control etc.
A relay with validity-limited dialling-in remote control. Each authorized number can have
a limit to the number of calls. When the call count reaches the limit the tel. number is deauthorized. This can be useful for pre-paid services such as e.g. parking. Any tel. number can
be re-authorized via SMS by the administrator.
An SMS reporter. Input A to D activations or deactivations can be reported by SMS and
optionally confirmed by phone calls. Each input can have its own message texts and up to 8
tel. numbers programmed.
Examples of David applications can be found on http://www.jablotron.cz/david/en/examples.htm
1.3.
David can be supplemented with:
A GD-04A back-up module, which provides David with the ability to work approx. 12 to 24
hours continually without an external power supply, see 11.1.
• A GD-04D DTMF module, which allows you to control David’s output relays by entering
numeric codes (DTMF codes) on the telephone keypad during calls, see 11.2.
• A GD-04P link cable, which allows you to connect David to a PC through a USB port and
perform any desired configuration using GDLink software.
• A GD-04R radio module, which allows input A to D activations via wireless buttons or
detectors of the OASiS series and also provides David with the capability of output relay X or
Y state transmission to UC or AC OASiS receivers. In addition, you can control relays X or Y
“locally” via RC-8x keyfobs (so that an appliance can be controlled both via a mobile phone
and a keyfob). The module also allows heating control (again locally or remotely via a mobile
phone) using wireless thermostats of the TP-8x series.
•
A detailed description of optional accessories can be found in chapter 11.
2. David’s SIM card
In order to function, David needs a SIM card, preferably a tariffed one.
Test the SIM card by using it in your mobile phone – SMS sending and calling must work
correctly.
• Switch off the PIN code protection via the phone menu (or set the PIN code to 1234).
• Check the GSM signal strength in David’s location.
•
•
3. Installation
1. The GSM antenna should not be shielded by metals. If necessary, an external antenna
designed for the 900/1800MHz GSM band can be connected via a 50Ω SMA connector.
2. Open the cover and release the electronic circuit board by pressing the tabs.
3. Mount the rear plastic cover at the desired location.
4. Insert a SIM card: Open the SIM card case by shifting the moving part in the direction of
the terminals and tipping it off. Make sure that the card is correctly oriented and insert it.
Close the SIM card case (fold and re-shift the moving part).
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5. Insert the circuit board back to its position.
6. Do the wiring, see below.
4. Wiring
1. Power supply – use the +12V and GND terminals. Any
power supply adapter used should provide 12V DC
voltage and up to 500mA of current. If an LT-89 mains
adapter is used (a recommended option) wire the grey
marked conductor to GND. Do not turn the power supply
on until all input/output wiring has been done.
12V DC
power supply
(LT-89 adapter)
_
+
2. Output relay contacts – available
230V/50Hz
at the X1+X2 and Y1+Y2 terminals.
Each contact is fused to 5A. The
circuits which the contacts belong to
are protected from the remaining
electronics by a safety separator
and are capable of switching up to
Light bulb
5A at 250V AC. The following
example shows a light bulb control via the Y output relay:
3. Input terminals – marked A to D. The terminals respond to a
connection or disconnection to or from GND by sending an SMS
report. No external voltage supply can be connected to these
terminals – they can only be controlled via a potential-free
switch/contact. Example of wiring a switch to input A:
Switch
5. Initial powering up
4. Turn the power supply on, registering to the GSM network is indicated by the LED
flashing (if no indication occurs, check the power supply wiring).
5. After GSM registration the LED stops flashing (usually within 1 minute). Continued
flashing indicates a GSM registration fault. Disconnect the power supply and check that a
valid SIM card has been correctly installed into the device, see 2 and 3).
6. Send the SMS instruction STATUS to David’s SIM card number.
7. David responds by a status report, e.g. STATUS: A0,B0,C0,D0,X0,Y0,GSM:80% (which
means that all A to D inputs and both the X and Y relays are switched off and that the GSM
signal strength is 80%). Depending on the GSM network traffic the response may take some
time. If no response occurs, verify that “STATUS” is spelt exactly right in the text of the
message and that you are sending the message to David’s correct SIM card number (repeat
the previous step).
6. Programming
6.1.
Via the Internet
The simplest way to program David is via the web site www.david.jablotron.cz.
You fill in all the required parameters in a form on a single web page, press the Send button,
and the Jablotron web server will forward the settings to your David via the GSM network.
Performance of a successful transfer is confirmed from David by an SMS reply "PROGRAM OK"
to your mobile phone.
GD-04 DAVID
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All parameters are sufficiently described on the page so that you do not need to use David’s
installation or user manual to perform programming.
Programming via the web site is free of charge. No user registration is required. Your David’s
settings are not stored on the web server. Instead, you can save them as a file in your computer
for future use (the file can then be imported to the page). The page does not allow you to
retrieve the current settings of your David. Any programming is only possible if a valid access
code is specified (the code, being a part of David’s settings, is not stored on the web server, only
in your David). This makes the web access to your David both secure and simple.
6.2.
Using a PC running GDLink software
If you need to program David frequently, connecting David to a PC running specialized
software is the recommended option. GDLink software allows you not only to send programming
instructions but also to retrieve the current David settings. For the PC connection, you can use a
GD-04P link cable connected to a USB port (the cable is supplied separately). GDLink software
is available either in the GD-04P’s package or on the www.jablotron.cz web site.
David’s communication protocol is available for use by other computer programs which can
thus utilize GD-04 transfers (including programming instructions or GSM status information).
6.3.
SMS instructions
David can also be configured via SMS instructions from your mobile phone. The programming
instruction format is explained in the following example:
PC, ARX, heating on, DRX, heating off
where:
is the access (programming) code, required at the start of any programming
SMS message* (2 to 8 ASCII characters, the factory default setting is PC)
,
is a comma separator
ARX
is the name of the instruction for programming the text you wish to use for
switching relay X on via SMS. The desired text (“heating on”) follows, separated
by a comma.
DRX
is similar to ARX, related to switching relay X off.
The above SMS instruction tells David that the X relay can be switched on/off by the SMS
instructions “heating on” / ”heating off”.
Note: This text distinguishes between SMS messages and SMS instructions – an SMS message
can contain multiple SMS instructions in a sequence.
PC
SMS instruction rules:
1. Any programming SMS message must start with a valid access code (the factory default
code is PC). Multiple messages mean multiple codes.
2. A single message can contain multiple instructions. David is capable of long message
processing – if enabled by your phone, you can write and send a programming SMS
message containing up to 2400 ASCII characters.
3. The comma separator is used both between individual instructions and between individual
segments within instructions.
4. Spaces are ignored, except in operational texts which are meant to be a part of a David
setting.
5. The successful processing of a programming SMS is confirmed from David by the SMS
reply “PROGRAM OK”.
6. When an error is encountered, David reports a “PROGRAM ERROR” followed by the text of
the instruction which has not been recognized. Preceding instructions within the message
are carried out, succeeding instructions are ignored.
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7.
David is not case sensitive (does not distinguish between lowercase and UPPERCASE
letters).
8. The use of accented characters is not recommended.
9. After an SMS message has been received, David switches off both the X and Y relays.
10. See table 1 for a brief instruction list.
7. Remote operation via SMS instructions
When using texts which have been programmed for David SMS operation (relay control, status
interrogation) the following conditions apply:
• David does not distinguish between authorized and unauthorized phones when processing
operational SMS instructions. Instructions can be sent from any phones, but the texts must match the
texts which have been pre-programmed (except the lowercase/UPPERCASE attribute).
• Access codes are NOT part of operational SMSes.
• A single SMS message can contain multiple instructions separated by commas, e.g.
HEATING ON, LIGHTS OFF, STATUS
• David can be so configured that every instruction performance is reported by SMS.
• Received SMSes with unrecognised instructions can be forwarded to the so called service
number (see table 1).
• If you are not sure whether any other text will be automatically added to the SMS on its way to David
(for example, when using an SMS internet gate) type the message like this: %instructions%%.
Example: The SMS text “1/1 www: %heating on%%” is interpreted as heating on.
8. Remote operation via dialling-in
David allows you to control the X and Y relays via dialling-in from pre-authorised phones. If a
call is made to David from a pre-programmed number, the call is rejected and the relay reacts as
follows:
o If a limit is set to the relay switch-on period then the relay switches on for the limit period.
o If no limit is set (zero value is set for the limit) then the relay switches on permanently until a switch-off SMS instruction or another dialling-in event occurs.
Notes:
• Up to 50 tel. numbers can be programmed for each relay.
• Each tel. number can have a limit to the number of calls so that any further calls are ignored.
• This feature is not applicable to phones with withheld numbers.
• Dialling-in relay control can be reported by SMS.
9. Using prepaid SIM cards
Prepaid SIM cards are NOT recommended for use in David, because they increase the risk
of David malfunctioning due to a possible credit balance under-run.
If you still decide to use a prepaid SIM card, you can configure David for periodic balance
interrogation. If the reported credit balance is lower than the set limit, the credit balance
message will be automatically sent to the service phone numbers. To program this feature you
need to know some data specific to the GSM provider (see the SIM card documentation). The
programming instruction is of the following form:
PC, CRD, xxxx, dd, hhh, pp
where:
PC
CRD
xxxx
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is the access code
is the name of the instruction for credit balance interrogation
is the command string to ascertain the credit (GSM network specific, e.g. *104#)
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dd
hhh
pp
is the auto-interrogation frequency in days
is the minimum acceptable credit balance
is the textual position at which the number showing the balance starts in the
reply message from the GSM provider
Example: If you require at least 50€ of credit balance, and the USSD code used to query the
available balance is *104# and you want a weekly interrogation frequency, use the following
instruction:
PC, CRD, *104*#, 7, 50, 01
If you do not want automatic interrogation, you can program David to report the balance in
response to your SMS instruction: PC, CRD . The programming is achieved by a programming
instruction according to the following example:
PC, CRD, *104*#, 0, 0, 0
Note: David’s SIM card balance interrogation may stop working due to changes in GSM
services (e.g. a different response format). You should therefore be acquainted with the
methods your GSM provider uses or will use for querying the available balance.
10. Reset to factory defaults
You can reset David to the factory default settings via the SMS instruction PC, RST, where PC
is a valid access code - see Table 1.
Another option is to use the RESET jumper (next to the SIM case):
a) Turn the power supply off (including the backup module if used).
b) Connect the RESET jumper, turn the power supply on and disconnect the jumper
after about 5s.
Note: Performing a RESET erases all programmed tel. numbers and texts.
11. Optional accessories
David’s functionality can be extended by optional modules or other separately supplied
accessories:
11.1. The GD-04A back-up module
This module is imbedded in a specially-enlarged replacement cover. Installation is performed
by replacing the original cover, together with wiring the GD-04A module to the GD-04 circuit
board via the corresponding connector.
The backup battery requires approx. 72 hours to be fully charged. The battery provides
approx. 12 to 24 hours of backup operation, depending on the output relay state and on the
GSM signal strength (as with any GSM device, David’s consumption is higher in places with a
low signal level as the transmitter power has to be increased).
Only David’s electronics is backed up. No voltage is available on the +12V terminal
during backup operation.
Discharging the battery causes David to be switched off (including the X and Y relays). After
the recovery of the main power supply David will switch on (but the relays stay switched off) and
starts charging the battery. The message POWER FAIL or POWER RECOVERY is sent to the
service number (STN).
11.2. The GD-04D DTMF module
The GD-04D allows relay X and Y control by entering numeric codes (DTMF codes) on the telephone
keypad during calls. The DTMF codes intended for use have to be programmed, see table 1.
The module can be installed by plugging in to the appropriate digital bus connector after the
power supply has been disconnected.
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11.2.1.
DTMF relay control
Call David’s tel. number. After about 7 seconds, David responds with a beep on the line
(this means that the call has been answered) followed by relay X and Y status indication (in
this order): 2 short beeps = OFF, 1 long beep = ON.
• Enter the DTMF code. A relay switch-on is confirmed by a long beep, a switch-off by two short beeps.
• Terminate the call (David automatically terminates the call after 60 seconds).
• After the call has been terminated David reports the current relay status via SMS.
Note: Too weak a GSM signal in David’s or your location may result in DTMF control
malfunctions.
•
11.3. The GD-04R radio module
By plugging the GD-04R radio module into the digital bus connector (after the power supply has
been disconnected) your David acquires the following capabilities:
• Relay X and Y state transmission to UC or AC OASiS wireless
receivers.
XY ABCD
• Input A to D activations via RC-8x OASiS wireless buttons or via JA8x OASiS wireless detectors.
GD-04R
module
• Relay X or Y control via RC-8x OASiS wireless buttons.
• Relay X or Y control via a TP-8x wireless thermostat.
The module has a built-in internal antenna. If necessary, a Jablotron
external antenna of type AN-80 or AN-81 can be applied to extend David’s
remove it if
working range.
external antenna
Note: The external antenna is essential when the GD-04A back-up module is used.
11.3.1.
Transmitting X or Y relay status to an UC-82 or AC-82 receiver
Enter mode 4 on the receiver and press the XY button on David’s GD-04R module. This
establishes a connection so that the receiver’s relay status mirrors David’s relay status. There is
no limit to the number of UC/AC receivers which can be connected this way.
11.3.2.
Wireless device input assignment and operation
Each input A to D can have one OASiS wireless device assigned to it. This way, triggering an
external wireless device has the same effect as GD-04 input activation by physical connection to
GND, effectively making the inputs radio-signal-activated.
Take the following steps to enroll a device:
1. Press and hold the ABCD button on the GD-04R module.
2. Entering enrollment mode is indicated after 5 seconds by flashing of the LED on the
GD-04R module – release the button.
3. Enroll up to 4 wireless devices to the GD-04R (send enrollment signals to the module). The
first device is assigned to the A input, the second one to the B input, etc. Wireless buttons
are enrolled by pressing them, wireless detectors by inserting their batteries. Enrollment is
confirmed by a long flash from the LED on the GD-04R.
Important: Enrolling the first device erases all the previously enrolled devices. Thus all
the desired devices should be enrolled in a single enrollment session.
4. Exit enrollment mode by pressing the ABCD button (enrollment is automatically terminated
after the fourth device has been assigned or after 40 seconds).
5. After enrollment mode termination, the LED on the module lights for approx. 5 seconds to
indicate enrollment data storage.
Notes:
• If the two buttons A and B are present on an RC-8x controller, the device can be enrolled by
pressing either A, B or A+B. The operational logic is then as follows: pressing A or A+B is
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•
•
•
•
responded to by an SMS report about input activation (a connection to GND). Pressing the B
button is responded to by an SMS report about input deactivation (a disconnection from GND).
For single-button controls (such as the RC-87 or RC-89), pressing the button is responded to
by an SMS report about input activation.
Enrolled JA-8x detectors work with the following logic:
o Input activation is reported by SMS in response to detector triggering (body movement,
door opening, breaking glass, fire, tamper...)
o Input deactivation is reported by SMS in response to panic signals or to the de-triggering
of state-providing detectors (JA-8xM)
Wireless devices can also be assigned by entering their production code using the LRN
instruction.
An input terminal with a wireless device assigned to it can be configured (see Optional functions,
DIP parameter g) so that connection to GND disables the reception of wireless signals. This
feature allows the setting/unsetting of enrolled detectors.
11.3.3. Controlling the outputs using an RC-8x wireless button unit
Each X or Y output can have four OASiS wireless button units assigned to it.
1.
Press and hold the XY button on the GD-04R module
2.
Entering enrollment mode is indicated after 5 seconds by flashing of the LED on the
GD-04R module – release the button.
3.
Enroll up to 4 wireless button units to the X output (send enrollment signals to the
module). Press the XY button again to allow enrolling to the Y output. A change of
flashing rate indicates this. Wireless button units are enrolled by pressing them.
Enrollment is confirmed by a long flash of the LED on the GD-04R. Important: Enrolling
the first device erases all the previously enrolled devices. Thus all the desired
devices should be enrolled in a single enrollment session.
4.
Exit enrollment mode by pressing the XY button (enrollment is automatically terminated
after the fourth device has been assigned or after 40 seconds).
5.
After enrollment mode termination, the LED on the module lights for approx. 5 seconds to
indicate enrollment data storage.
6.
It is possible to enroll a wireless button unit with two buttons by pressing any button(s)
(A, B or A+B). Button A changes the status of an output (switch on – switch off), button B
always switches off an output. A wireless button unit with one button (RC-87 or RC-89),
changes the status of an output (switch on – switch off).
11.3.4.
Using David for heating operation and status reporting
Each input A–D can have a wireless thermostat of the TP-8x series assigned to it (see 11.3.2).
• Enroll a thermostat to any of the A, B, C or D inputs to get reports about exceeding the
maximum/minimum allowable temperature limits in your house:
o Exceeding the upper temperature limit (e.g. 60°C) is responded to by an SMS report about
input activation.
o Dropping under the lower temperature limit (e.g. 3°C) is responded to by an SMS report
about input de-activation.
• Enroll a thermostat to one of the A or B inputs to take control of the temperature in your
house. An A-assigned thermostat controls relay X, a B-assigned thermostat controls relay Y.
This way heating control is established, supplemented by the reporting described above.
Thermostats enrolled to C or D inputs only provide reporting.
• Normally, an A- or B- enrolled thermostat switches the heating (via the X or Y relay) so that
temperature comfort is maintained. However, you can put the heating in economic mode
via an SMS instruction or by connecting the A or B input to GND. The thermostat will then
only provide anti-freeze protection: the heating will be switched on when a critically low
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temperature is signalled (e.g. 6°C). Sending an SMS instruction for switching relay X or Y off
puts the heating back to normal mode (with A or B disconnected from GND).
• If input A or B is used for thermostat enrollment, the status SMS report (obtained from David
on an SMS request) contains information about the temperature.
Example: STATUS:A0,B0,C0,D0,X1,Y0,GSM:70%,TA:25/24C,TB:22/22C
where: TA labels data from thermostat A, TB labels data from thermostat B. The data is of
the form maintained temperature / measured temperature.
• Enrolling a thermostat to the A or B input disables relay X or Y enrollments.
• DIP switch g setting has no effect on enrolled thermostat operation.
NOTE: To delete all enrolled items, press and hold buttons XY and ABCD.
11.4. The GD-04P link cable
The GD-04P cable allows you to link David with a PC through an USB port and perform any
desired configuration using GDLink software. The software is supplied on a CD in the package
together with all the necessary drivers. You can also download GDLink from www.jablotron.cz.
11.4.5.
Installing GDLink and the drivers
1. Connect the GD-04P cable to a free USB port on your PC and insert the CD into the CD drive.
2. Wait for “New Hardware Wizard“ to start up.
3. Search for the drivers on the removable medium (CD).
4. When installing for WIN XP, ignore the notification about wrong authenticity with WIN XP and
continue with the installation process. Leave the other parameters without any modifications.
5. Finish the new hardware installation wizard process.
6. There are two devices contained in one, so please wait for the “New hardware wizard” to start
again. Repeat the procedure according to steps 3 to 5.
7. Your PC now has two new devices after successful installation - "Jablotron serial interface" as
a serial port (COM) driver and the USB device with the same name as the driver for USB.
8. Install the GDLink software on your PC.
9. Connect the GD-04P cable into David’s digital bus connector. GDLink is now ready to be started.
11.4.6.
Using GDLink
The program allows for:
o Retrieval and modification of
David settings.
o Displaying
the
last
127
memorized events.
o Relays X and Y direct control.
o Inputs A to D status display.
• A comprehensible help option is
provided as a part of the program.
•
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12. Specification
Power supply
Stand-by consumption
Max. consumption (during communication)
GSM band
RF output power
A, B, C and D input terminals
Output contact rating X1,X2 a Y1,Y2
Resistive load
Inductive (capacitive), lamp load
Can be operated according to
Safety
EMC
Radio transmissions
Environment
Dimensions (without antenna)
GSM antenna
11 – 13 V DC
approx 20 mA
500 mA
E-GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
2 W for GSM 850 / 900, 1 W for GSM 1800 / 1900
activated by a connection to GND
max. 2,5A / 250V AC
max. 0,5A / 250V AC
VO-R/1/07.2005-14
EN 60950-1
EN 301489-7, EN 55022 and EN 50130-4
ETSI EN 301419-1 and EN 301511
II. indoor general (-10°C to +40°C)
76 x 110 x 33 mm
connected to SMA connector
Jablotron Ltd. hereby declares that this product is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The original of
the conformity assessment can be found on the web site
www.jablotron.com, Technical Support section.
Note: Although this product does not contain any harmful
materials we suggest you return the product to the dealer or
directly to the manufacturer after use.
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David’s settings
Input’s SMS reports
SMS when activated
SMS when deactivated
Input A
Phone numbers
SMS when activated
SMS when deactivated
Input B
Phone numbers
SMS when activated
SMS when deactivated
Input C
Phone numbers
SMS when activated
SMS when deactivated
Input D
Phone numbers
Relays operation
Relay X
Relay Y
ON command
OFF command
Tel. numbers
authorized for
relay control
ON command
OFF command
Tel. numbers
authorized for
relay control
SMS:
SMS:
DTMF code: *)
DTMF code: *)
SMS:
SMS:
DTMF code: *)
DTMF code: *)
*)
Only available for the GD-04D version
Wireless items *)
Enrolled
Input A
Input B
Input C
Input D
Relay X
Relay Y
GD-04 DAVID
Type
Device code
Place
*)
11
Only available for the GD-04R version
MKS51202_OS1*
Table 1 – A brief list of programming SMS instructions
Any programming SMS message must start with a valid access code (see 6.3).
Example: PC, ARX, heating on, DRX, heating off
Instruction
Function
Factory
default
Description
Relays X and Y operation
SMS to switch relay ON
ARX, xxx..x
SMS to switch relay OFF
DRX, xxx..x
Relay switch-on period
TMX, t..t
Telephone numbers
authorised for relay control
ADX, x..x,x..x
Telephone numbers
authorised for relay control
with a validity limit.
LDX, x..x,n,
x..x,n
Erasing tel. numbers
authorised for relay control
EDX, x..x, x..x
Use ARY for relay Y. xxx..x = text (up to 30
characters), text erased by ARX, ,
Example: ARY,ventilator on
Use DRY for relay Y. xxx..x = text (up to 30
characters), text erased by DRX, ,
Example: DRY,ventilator off
Use TMY for relay Y.
t..t = switch-on period in seconds, or zero
• 1 to 36000 (10h): the relay works as a timeswitch, activated via switch-on SMSes or
dialling-in, deactivated by time-limit expiration
or via switch-off SMSes.
• 0: no time-limit applies, dialling-in is responded
to with toggle logic: on – off – on…
Use ADY for relay Y.
x..x = tel. number. Up to 50 numbers can be entered
(in a single instruction or gradually). The numbers are
added to the list of authorised numbers. Example:
ADX, 777123456, +420608503211 authorises two
new numbers for relay X control.
Use LDY for relay Y.
x..x = tel. number. The numbers are added to the list of
authorised numbers, up to 50 in total.
n = limit in the number of calls (1 to 99), exceeding the
limit removes the number from the list – this is reported
to the service number by SMS.
Example: LDX, 777123457, 31 authorises a new
number for relay X control for a maximum of 31 calls.
Use EDY for relay Y. x..x = tel. number. The
erased
erased
0
(no limit)
empty
list
–
numbers (up to 50) are removed from the list.
Example: EDX, 777123457 de-authorises a single
tel. number used for relay X control.
Input A to D activation/deactivation SMS reports
Input activation text
ATA, xx..x
Use ATB for input B, etc.
Input deactivation text
DTA, xx..x
Use DTB for input B, etc.
Telephone numbers for
input reports
TNA, x..x, x..x
Use TNB for input B, etc.
Input-event calls
DNA, n
GD-04 DAVID
xxx..x = text (up to 30 characters*)
Example: ATC, heating on
Instruction ATA , , erases the text = no reports
xxx..x = text (up to 30 characters*)
Example: DTC, heating off
Instruction DTA , , erases the text = no reports
x..x = tel. number, up to 8 for each input. All
previously stored numbers are erased. Use TNA,
to empty the list.
Example: TND, 777123456, 608123456 sets
David to report input D events to 2 numbers
Use TNB for input B, etc., n = 1 (ON), 0 (OFF). If
set to ON, every SMS report is followed by a call.
If you answer the call, you hear a constant tone =
activation, or an interrupted tone = deactivation.
Example: DND, 1
12
A1,
B1,
C1,
D1
A0,
B0,
C0,
D0
empty
list
OFF
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Additional functions
xx…x = new access code, 2 to 8 characters
Example: NPC, MARTIN27
xxx..x = text, up to 30 characters
Example: STS, HOW ARE YOU NOW
xxx..x = tel. number. Up to 2 numbers can be
set, previously set numbers are erased.
Service numbers are used to report faults:
POWER FAIL / POWER RECOVERY 1
LINE OK (GSM signal recovery)
Other events – see Optional functions.
Instruction STN, erases service number(s).
Parameter a to f values can be:
1=ON, 0=OFF, x=unchanged
Description of the parameters:
a Forward unrecognised SMSes to the
service number
b Periodic calls to the service number every
24 hours (from the moment of being set)
c Forward all SMSes to the service number
d Max. 10 SMSes within 15 minutes (all
subsequent SMS requests ignored)
e SMS reporting of relay dialling-in-control
f SMS reporting of relay SMS control (e.g.
heating off OK)
g Input terminal GND connection disables
any wireless connection to the input (not
applicable to thermostats)
Example: DIP,1,x,x,x,x,1,x
Use CAY for relay Y.
xx..x = numeric code, up to 8 digits
Example: CAY, 1234
Instruction CAY, erases the code.
Use CDY for relay Y.
xx..x = numeric code, up to 8 digits
Example: CDY, 1234
Instruction CDY, erases the code.
n = A, B, C, D, X or Y (input or output the
device should be assigned to)
xx..x = device production code (last 8 digits)
Only one device can be assigned to each A
to D input, whereas each of X or Y relays can
have up to 4 devices enrolled.
Example: LRN,A,xx..x,B, xx..x, X,xx..x
Instruction LRN, erases all assignments.
A device cannot have multiple assignments.
The order of A to Y is arbitrary, no
duplications are allowed.
New access code
NPC, xx…x
SMS to get David’s status
STS, xx..x
Service tel. numbers
STN, x..x, x..x
Optional functions
DIP,a,b,c,d,e,f,g
DTMF code to switch relay
ON2
CAX, xx..x
DTMF code to switch relay
2
OFF
CDX, xx..x
Wireless device
assignments3
LRN,n,xx..x,n,x.
Triggering re-registration
to the GSM network
GSM
David will unregister and then re-register to the
GSM network. This can be useful after a blocked
SIM card has been unblocked. A re-registration
is also triggered by briefly connecting the RESET
jumper while David is being powered up.
Reset
RST
Resets David to the factory default settings.
This can also be performed by connecting the
RESET jumper during powering up –
disconnect the jumper after approx. 5 sec.
1
2
3
Only available for the GD-04A version
Only available for the GD-04D version
Only available for the GD-04R version
PC
STATUS
none
0000000
(all OFF)
none
none
none
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K4785 WHI
K4841 WHI
1 GANG SP
TWO-WAY
2 GANG SP TWO-WAY
WITH WIDE ROCKERS
K4783 WHI
K4848P WHI
10
K4848B WHI
1 GANG SP PUSH SWITCH
WITH BELL SYMBOL
PUSH TO MAKE OR BREAK
5
1 GANG SP INTERMEDIATE
WITH WIDE ROCKER
K4848P WHI
MOUNTING BOXES
FLUSH: 3995 ZIC
SURFACE:
K2160 WHI
K2140 WHI (for extra wiring space)
These switches do not have to be
derated when used with fluorescent
or inductive loads.
DIMENSIONS: 86 x 86mm
FIXING CENTRES: 60.3mm
BS EN 60669-1: 2000
20 AMP DP VERSIONS
K4787 is 20 amp DP 1 way
version of K4781.
K4788 is 20 amp DP 1 way
version of K4782.
BS. 3676: 1989
MOUNTING BOXES
FLUSH:
1 GANG: 3921 ZIC
2 GANG: 3922 ZIC
SURFACE:
1 GANG: K2151 WHI
2 GANG: K2152 WHI
These switches do not have to be
derated when used with fluorescent or
inductive loads.
K4841, K4842 These switches can be
wired as either one-way or two-way.
DIMENSIONS:
1 gang: 86 x 32mm;
2 gang: 146 x 32mm
FIXING CENTRES:
1 gang: 60.3mm;
2 gang: 120.6mm
BS EN 60669-1: 2000
1 GANG SP PUSH SWITCH
MARKED ‘PRESS’
PUSH TO MAKE OR BREAK
1
1 GANG SINGLE
TWO WAY 60W/VA-500W/400 VA
1
1 GANG SINGLE
TWO WAY 40W/VA-300W/240 VA
1
1 GANG DOUBLE
TWO WAY 2 x 40W/VA-300W/240 VA
MOUNTING BOXES
WITH/WITHOUT PATTRESS
(Pattress is supplied with K1501, K1521)
K1522
FLUSH: 861 ZIC/866 ZIC
SURFACE: K2140 WHI
K1501, K1521
FLUSH:
with pattress: 16mm deep min 3995 ZIC
without pattress: 25mm deep min 861 ZIC
SURFACE: K2160 WHI/K2140 WHI
Dimmers comply with BS EN 55015 (CISPR
15) for RFI suppression.
Micro controller based circuitry to provide
electronic soft-start and overload protection.
Suitable for use with good quality electronic
or wire wound transformers. Can also be
used with good quality mains voltage
halogen lamps incorporating GU10 bases.
Please check with lamp manufacturer to
determine suitability.
DIMENSIONS: 86 x 86mm
FIXING CENTRES: 60.3mm
Conforms to BS EN 60669-2-1,
BS EN 55015
Logic Plus
TECHNICAL HOTLINE +44 (0)1268 563720
WHITE
Grid Plus
Frontplates
TV/FM and Satellite
Co-Axial Socket Outlets
NON ISOLATED
ISOLATED
FLUSH
FLUSH
K3520 WHI
35
K3631 WHI
K3521 WHI
K3636 WHI
K3522 WHI
K3523 WHI
K3632 WHI
K3639 WHI
K3633 WHI
K3525 WHI
K3638 WHI
K3634 WHI
K3525 D1 WHI
K3520 WHI
10
SINGLE OUTLET
K3523 WHI
10
SINGLE OUTLET
10
TWIN OUTLET
K3525 WHI
K3521 WHI
10
K3522 WHI
10
TWIN OUTLET
WITH FM/TV DIPLEXER
K3632 WHI
K3633 WHI
K3634 WHI
4 MODULE
MOUNTING BOXES
MOUNTING BOXES
FLUSH:
861 ZIC
FLUSH:
861 ZIC
SURFACE:
K2140 WHI
SURFACE:
K2140 WHI
Single outlet for connection to a
single TV or FM co-axial aerial lead.
Twin outlet for connection to each of
two separate TV/FM, co-axial aerial
leads.
FIXING CENTRES: 60.3mm
BS. 5733: 1995
where applicable
BS.3041: 1977
IEC 169-2: 1965
10
Provides safety isolation rated at
2000Va.c. between aerial lead and
socket.
Single outlet for connection to a
single TV or FM co-axial aerial lead.
Twin outlet with TV/FM diplexer for
connection to single co-axial aerial
lead with combined TV & FM
signals.
DIMENSIONS: 86 x 86mm
FIXING CENTRES: 60.3mm
BS. 5733: 1995 where applicable
BS.3041: 1977 IEC 169-2: 1965
All modules from the Grid Plus
range can be used with these
frontplates.
DIMENSIONS:
1 & 2 MODULE: 86 x 86mm
3 & 4 MODULE: 86 x 146mm
6 & 8 MODULE: 146 x 146mm
12 MODULE: 206 x 146mm
BS. 5733: 1995
K3638 WHI
8 MODULE
10
3 MODULE
10
K3636 WHI
1
6 MODULE
2 MODULE
TWIN F TYPE
SATELLITE SOCKET
DIMENSIONS: 86 x 86mm
10
1 MODULE
SINGLE F TYPE
SATELLITE SOCKET
K3525 D1 WHI
K3631 WHI
10
K3639 WHI
12 MODULE
1
1
Case Study
TECHNICAL HOTLINE +44 (0)1268 563720
St. James’ Park, Newcastle
Dominating the skyline of Newcastle upon Tyne, the St James’ Park Stadium has
become as much a landmark of the city as its world famous bridge. Home to six
times FA Cup winners and four times League champions, Newcastle United FC, St.
James’ Park has the second largest capacity of all grounds in the English Premier
League.
Although the wiring devices to be used in the job were an open specification, Bill
Yates, contract manager at Balfour Kilpatrick, decided to use MK Electric’s Logic Plus
range throughout the corporate hospitality suites and bar areas. The reason for his
decision was simple. “We have been using MK’s wiring devices continuously over
the past 30 years, because we have found the company’s products to be unbeatable
on reliability and performance.”
M&E Contractor Balfour Kilpatrick
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AP10 Manager Guide
Manager Guide
This User Guide tells you how to operate your intruder alarm system. To simplify this User Guide
we have assumed that the alarm system has been installed by a professional intruder alarm system
installer (the installer), and that the system is operated in a “typical” way. Aspects of you system
that are not “typical” will be described by your installer.
NOTE: If you have any questions about your intruder alarm system, then consult your installer,
see contact details at the front of this User Guide.
Indications on the system
Indications
LED steady on indication
LED flashing indication
LED off
Internal Sound
External Device: Strobe
External Siren: Bell
Using System
After you had finish system setting, you can use the system now. This section gives an operation
of how to set and unset the system as well as how to reset after an alarm.
AP10 Manager Guide
Table of Contents
Indications on the system .......................................................... 1
Using System .............................................................................. 1
Table of Contents ........................................................................ 2
How to Set Chime zone? ......................................................... 3
Change and Set up Codes....................................................... 4
View Alarm Log ........................................................................ 5
How to authorize Engineer access?......................................... 5
Testing the System................................................................... 6
AP10 Manager Guide
The manage mode which is the high authority has the part function of the whole system. The
Manager structure is shown in the following table:
MENU OPTIONS
& Set up Chime
1 Set up codes
2 View alarm log
3 Authorize Engineer access
9 Test System
How to enter Manager program mode?
·Enter Manager program mode.
·Press PROG 0 1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2
6 7 8
9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
Note: if there is no key in current status, system will exit in 1 minute.
How to Set Chime zone?
·Enter Manager program mode.
·Press & to Select Set up Chime.
Zone 1~10 LED Off indicate all zones is not
Chime zone.
3 4 5
·Press zone number to select which chime zone
1 2 3 4 5
you want to set
For example, select zone 1 and zone 9, then
Press 1 and 9.
·Press
RESET
to leave or
SET
to accept the change.
AP10 Manager Guide
Change and Set up Codes
There are 6 codes used in the system, all are 4 digit and can be set to any number from 0000~9999.
The access codes ensure that only authorized users can operate the system.
User 1 and 2 code
The user 1 and user 2 codes can change by themselves, Setting and Unsetting.
Holiday code
The purpose of this code is to allow access to the property whilst the manager is absent. The
holiday code is programmed by the manger or engineer and is only valid until the Manager
accesses the system. At this point the holiday access code becomes invalid and is no longer
accepted by the control panel.
Duress code
Should be used in a hold up situation where there is pressure to Set or Unset the system. Entry of
the code will allow the system to work normally but also generate a silent PA type alarm by
operating the PA communicator output. The duress code is not applicable for LED System.
Engineer code
Access the Engineer Program mode to allow the system to be programmed. The engineer code
will not set or unset the system.
Manager code
Manager code has the authority to change or delete all codes, authorize Engineer access.
How to Set Up User code
·Enter Manager program mode.
·Press 1 to select Set up User codes.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 1 to change User 1.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
·Enter the new user 1 code (4 digits)
? ? ? ? New code
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press
RESET
to leave or
SET
to accept the change.
CAUTION: Entering an invalid user code will operate the code tamper. After 9 incorrect
keys pushes a full alarm condition will be generated.
AP10 Manager Guide
View Alarm Log
1
Press:
2
3
4
9
Jump to oldest event
Move one event older
Move one event newer
Jump to newest event
Clear all alarm event
After selecting Alarm Log the zone, PA and Tamper LED’s will show the latest event
A flashing LED indicates the zone that was first activated.
Any other LED lit was activated after the first event but before system unset.
·Enter Engineer code
·Press 2 to select view alarm event.
LED 1flashing indicate Zone 1 is triggered first.
TAMPER is triggered after Zone 1
·Press
RESET
1 2
3 4 5
6 7 8
9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8
9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
to leave view alarm log menu.
How to authorize Engineer access?
·Enter Manager program mode.
·Press 3 to authorize Engineer access.
Then Engineer can access program mode
within one hour.
·Press to
RESET
leave the current menu.
AP10 Manager Guide
Testing the System
The Test item contains: 0=Bell Test, 1= Strobe Test, 2=Speaker Test, 3=Set + Test, 4= Fire Test,
5= PA Test, 6= Intruder Test, 7= Abort Test, 8= Walk Test, 9= Zone status Test.
·Press 9
to Select Test System.
·Press 0
to select Bell test.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Day
PA
TAMP
Bell on
·Press 1
to select Strobe test.
Strobe on
·Press 2
to select Speaker test.
Alarm sound
·Press 3
test.
to select Set communicator output
·Press 4 to select Fire communicator
output test.
·Press 5 to select PA communicator
output test.
·Press 6 to select Intruder communicator
output test.
·Press 7 to select Abort communicator
output test.
·Press 8 to select Walk test.
Trigger a zone and its appropriate led will
light.
Strobe on
·Press
RESET
·Press
RESET
to exit current level.
to leave manager mode.
x1 for zone 1
x2 for zone 2...
ELITE Compact Trunking System
Introduction Booklet
Marco Elite Compact
MEC3
145 x 50 mm
Marco’s new ELITE Compact data trunking system offers an innovative design solution
for the growing data cabling market. At 145mm x 50mm, the symmetrical curved
design allows for a large number of cables to be housed in installations where space is
restricted.
The high impact resistant uPVC, means the trunking systems are both sturdy and
robust and able to accommodate a greater number of cables. They are produced from
the highest quality uPVC, providing an aesthetically pleasing pure white finish.
To allow for a quick and simple installation, the Compact base and internal walls are
pre-punched, and a hinged lid has been incorporated into the design to allow for
cables to be fed into position with ease.
The trunking is available with a full range of fittings and accessories, including the
moulded flat angles and tees, along with the newly designed two-piece adjustable
bends to accommodate installations where 90 degree corners are unobtainable.
Screw fit’ fittings are available on request.
The system has been designed to accommodate the new open socket mounting
frames. This utilises the full 50mm depth and allows for the use of deeper RJ45
Modules.
An optional pre-punched steel screen divider is available. This spans the width of the
trunking and meets the requirements for power and data separation (BSEN50174-2).
ELITE Compact meets and exceeds the requirements for (BS6701), ISO/
IEC11801(ED2.0 Amd 2) and Cenelec (BSEN50173 Part 1 / 2, BSEN50174-2)
standards.
Please contact our Sales Team for further information on the range.
ELITE COMPACT TRUNKING SYSTEM
Elite Compact Key Designproduct
Features
overview
KEY DESIGN FEATURES
• 145mm x 50mm profile
• Aesthetically pleasing curved design
• Manufactured from high impact resistant uPVC compound
• Suitable for Dado or Skirting mounting either vertically or horizontally
• Hinged lids to support cables during installation
• Pre-punched base
• Large pre-punched knockouts located on both internal walls
• Full range of fittings and accessories
• Attractive two piece adjustable Internal & External covers to accommodate
walls that do not have a true 90 degree
• Internal and External Angles maintain necessary bend radius to comply with
British, European and International standards
• Moulded Flat Tee and Flat Angle with data guide to maintain necessary bend
radius and cable segregation
• Moulded Flat Tee and Flat Angle overlap trunking to prevent need of
additional Joint Covers
• Screw fit fittings available (optional)
• 1 & 2 Gang open sided frames
• Pre-Punched Steel Screen Divider (BSEN50174-2)
• DDA Compliancy obtainable
• ROHS Compliant
• ELITE Compact Hygieia Range available – antimicrobial protection
www.marcocableman.co.uk
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ELITE COMPACT TRUNKING SYSTEM
accessories
Elite Compact Accessories
MTSB1
MTSB2
SOCKET MOUNTING BOX 35mm 1-GANG
SOCKET MOUNTING BOX 35mm 2-GANG
MTSB1-4
MTSB2-25
SOCKET MOUNTING BOX 35mm 1-GANG 4 PILLAR
SOCKET MOUNTING BOX 25mm 2-GANG
MTSB1-25
PACK SIZE: 10
SOCKET MOUNTING BOX 25mm 1-GANG
MTSB1-25-4
SOCKET MOUNTING BOX 25mm 1-GANG 4 PILLAR
PACK SIZE: 10
CODE
MEC3
MTSB1-F
MTSB2-F
DESCRIPTION
MARCO ELITE COMPACT TRUNKING 145 x 50mm
1 GANG FRAME
2 GANG FRAME
PACK SIZE
2 x 3m
PACK SIZE: 10
PACK SIZE: 10
MEC3F
MEC3T
MEC3I
MEC3E
FLAT ANGLE
FLAT TEE
INTERNAL ADJUSTABLE ANGLE
EXTERNAL ADJUSTABLE ANGLE
PACK SIZE: 1
PACK SIZE: 1
PACK SIZE: 1
PACK SIZE: 1
MEC3C
MEC3J
MEC3SD
MEC3SDE
END CAP
JOINT COVER
STEEL SCREEN DIVIDER
ELITE COMPACT EXTERNAL ANGLE SCREENING DIVIDER
PACK SIZE: 2
PACK SIZE: 5
PACK SIZE: 4 x 1.5m
PACK SIZE: 1
MTDDA1 (BL-BK-CH-LG)
MTDDA2 (BL-BK-CH-LG)
MTLS
MTRCDH
COLOURED BACK PLATE 1-GANG
COLOURED BACK PLATE 2-GANG
ACCESSORY SPACER
RCD/MCB DIN RAIL HOUSING
PACK SIZE: 10
PACK SIZE: 10
PACK SIZE: 10
PACK SIZE: 1
SECURITY FITTINGS AVAILABLE - PLEASE ADD SUFFIX SF TO THE STANDARD CATALOGUE NUMBER
BL-BLUE BK-BLACK CH-CHARCOAL LG-LIGHT GREY
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Sales Hotline: 01248 72 57 72
Fax: 01248 72 57 88
Sales e-mail: [email protected]
Elite Compact Technical Information
Company History
Marco Cable Management was launched in 2003 by industry expert, Ian MacGregor, as a UK-based
cable management manufacturer of quality uPVC data containment systems and Steel Wire Cable
Tray products. During its seven year history, the business has enjoyed rapid growth and great success and today is considered a leading force within its specialist market.
With an over-riding focus on meeting the needs of Electrical Consultants and Installers, in partnership with the Electrical Distributor, Marco has continued to grow and develop its uPVC Trunking and
Steel Wire Cable Tray systems; to offer new product ranges and accessories that suit existing, new
and emerging markets.
Since its launch in 2003, Marco has continued to invest in its modern manufacturing facility based in
Anglesey, North Wales. This has enabled the company to produce its goods in-house, and to ensure
that Marco products are designed and built to the highest quality and standard, using the finest material ingredients available. Today, the company employs a direct workforce of over 50 people, with
the far majority having remained with Marco since its early days. All employees are highly skilled and
trained within their area of focus and are encouraged to upskill and develop professionally within the
company. Marco prides itself on its high staff retention rates and positive employment ethos.
Marco is the leading UK manufacturer of Steel Wire Cable Tray and the only one to operate high
specification in-house testing equipment, which will ensure all products are fully compliant with
IEC61537 and related standards. Within its on-site manufacturing facility, regular full deflection tests
are carried out on all our products alongside alternative configuration testing with a view to developing the next generation of Trays for both the UK and European markets.
During the past 12 months, the company has made a number of key appointments including that
of Sales Director, Paul Diggins, and Business Development Manager, Steve Davis. They have expanded their direct sales team, recruiting nationally and ensured full coverage across the UK with
sales representatives assigned to specific areas. In 2010, the company has a solid group structure in
place which includes an external sales force as well as a central sales team, product development,
administration and financial teams. With such firm foundations in place, the company is ideally positioned to deliver its ambitious five year growth and development strategy.
Marco’s products continue to be installed across all sectors on a public and private sector basis
including schools and colleges, hospitals, banking, retail and leisure developments. With a growing
customer base and an evolving product range, Marco is confident that it can continue to deliver in
terms of service, quality and choice.
Unit 8 Bryn Cefni Industrial Estate
Llangefni
Anglesey
LL77 7XA
www.marcocableman.co.uk
email: [email protected]
Tel - 01248 725 772
Fax - 01248 725 788
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FOR BATHROOMS, TOILETS AND SHOWER ROOMS
THE
|IN-DUCT|
RANGE
AVXIDTLF
features
NEW Part L and Part F compliant fans
safe, remotely mounted
AVX100: 23 litres/sec (85m3/hr)
AVC110: 31 litres/sec (110m3/hr)
AVX150: 64 litres/sec (230m3/hr)
specific fan power
NOW:
100 model
quiet yet powerful
150 model
suitable for in-duct mounting only
W/litres/sec
0.43
0.31
dimensions
key data: AVX150IDFT
Airflow
m3/hour
litres/sec
230
64
Power
Watts
Noise
dB(A)
25
40
the in-duct range
AVC110
AVX100IDS
(109mm)
AVX100(150)
(150mm)
(27mm)
per formance
airflow
m3/hour litres/sec
AVX100IDT/LF
AVC110IDT
AVX150IDFT/LF
85
110
230
23/24
31
64/63
pressure noise level
pa (max) dB(A)@ 2m
–/20
120
_–/50
power
W
41 20/10.4
45
25
40 25/20.2
per formance for In-duct range (excluding LF)
A
100
B
110
C
150
technical data
accessories
220-240V ~AC, IP24; ; FAN SPEED: 2400rpm;
double-insulated impact-resistant ABS
thermoplastic; MOTOR: single phase induction motor with preoiled bearings. Thermal overload protection; MAXIMUM OPERATING
TEMP: 40°C. CE
RATING:
CONSTRUCTION:
IP 24 ZONE U
Axial In-Duct Manual model, supplied with fixed grilles
and 3m of ducting. Supplied as a complete kit ready to fit.
AVX100IDT
As AVX100IDS above, with integral adjustable timer: 1-20 mins.
Supplied as a complete kit ready to fit.
AVX100IDFT Axial In-line timer (fan only) with integral adjustable timer:
1-20 minutes.
AVC110IDS
Centrifugal In-Duct Manual, supplied with bracket.
Supplied as a fan only.
AVC110IDT
Centrifugal In-Duct Timer, with integral adjustable timer:
1-20 minutes. Supplied as a fan only.
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AVC110IDSK NEW As AVC110IDS standard above, comes with 2x 3.0m PVC
ducting, grille fixing clips, cable ties ,screw plugs as well as both
internal and external grilles.
AVC110IDTK NEW As AVC110IDT timer above, comes with 2x 3.0m PVC
ducting, grille fixing clips, cable ties ,screw plugs as well as both
internal and external grilles.
AVX150IDFT Axial In-Duct Timer (fan kit), with integral adjustable timer:
1-20 minutes.
AVX150IDFTR Axial In-Duct Timer (fan only), with integral adjustable timer:
1-20 minutes.
AVX100IDTLF NEW 100mm Timer model incorporating integral adjustable
electronic timer (1-20 mins). Also comes with 1.5m PVC ducting,
grille fixing clips, cable ties ,screw plugs as well as both internal
and external grilles.
AVX150IDFTLF NEW 150mm Timer model incorporating integral adjustable
electronic timer (1-20 mins). Also comes with 3m PVC
ducting, grille fixing clips, cable ties, screw plugs as well as
both internal and external grilles.
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EXCHANGE
AVA212C
AVA212B
AVA213C
AVA213B
AVA440
100mm Chrome Bezel.
100mm Brass Bezel.
150mm Chrome Bezel.
150mm Brass Bezel.
100mm Condensation Trap.
See pages 57-64 for the full range of accessories.
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|ACCESSORY|
RANGE
Product Code
Qty
Description
AVA160
AVAB161B/G/T/W
AVA180
AVA200
AVAB202B/G/T/W
AVA1209
AVA1206
1
20
1
1
10
1
1
100mm External Gravity Grille
100mm External Gravity Grille
125mm External Gravity Grille
150mm External Gravity Grille
150mm External Gravity Grille
230mm External Gravity Grille
300mm External Gravity Grille
AVA401
AVA066
AVA083
AVA096
1
1
1
1
100mm Plastic Air Valve
125mm Plastic Air Valve
150mm Plastic Air Valve
200mm Plastic Air Valve
AVA270
AVA271
AVA280
AVA295
AVA302
1
1
1
1
1
100mm Wall Vent Kit
125mm Wall Vent Kit
150mm Wall Vent Kit
230mm Wall Vent Kit
300mm Wall Vent Kit
AVA269
AVA267
AVA268
1
1
1
100mm Window Kit - White
125mm Window Kit - White
150mm Window Kit - White
AVA211
1
100mm Showerlight Diffuser
AVA212C
AVA212B
AVA213C
1
1
1
100mm Chrome Bezel
100mm Brass Bezel
150mm Chrome Bezel
AVA213B
1
150mm Brass Bezel
AVA094
1
200mm Air Diffuser
AVA703
1
Tumble Drier Kit
AVA309
AVA309/1
1
1
AVX230 Roof Cowl Termination
AVX300 Roof Cowl Termination
AVA447
1
High Rise Installation Kit
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VENTILATION PRODUCTS 06-07
four-inch fans
Designed for quiet and efficient
performance, the mentis range of
mechanical extract fans are manufactured
to the highest standards.
The stylishly designed range is easy to
install and includes all the models
required in the current ventilation
market.
the 4” range
ME 100/4 S
4” (100mm) Standard fan
ME 100/4 P
4” (100mm) Standard fan with Pull-cord
ME 100/4 T
4” (100mm) Standard fan with Timer
ME 100/4 HT
4” (100mm) Humidity fan with Timer
ME 100/4 SFS 4” (100mm) Standard Inline Shower fan
ME 100/4 SFT 4” (100mm) Inline Shower fan with Timer
4-inch accessories
ME 100/4 LVTK 4” (100mm) Low Volt fan Timer kit
ME 100/4 FGG
4” Fixed Grille – Grey (20 pack)
ME 100/4 SLTC 4” (100mm) Showerlight fan Chrome
ME 100/4 FGW
4” Fixed Grille – White (20 pack)
ME 100/4 FGT
4” Fixed Grille – Terracotta (20 pack)
ME 100/4 GGG
4” Gravity Grille – Grey (20 pack)
ME 100/4 GGW
4” Gravity Grille – White (20 pack)
ME 100/4 GGT
4” Gravity Grille – Terracotta (20 pack)
ME 100/4 3D
4” PVC Ducting 3m (20 pack)
ME 100/4 SLTB 4” (100mm) Showerlight fan Brass
specification
Performance/up to 75m3/hr (21 litres/sec); Sound level/41dB(A)
@ 2 metres; Rating/220-240V ~AC 20 W, IP44 (LV IP57); & /
Construction/double insulated impact resistant ABS thermoplastic;
Motor/Single phase induction motor with preoiled bearings (LV: 12v)
all with thermal overload protection; Maximum operating
temperature/40°C.
6-inch accessories
ME 150/6 FGW
6” Fixed Grille – White (10 pack)
ME 150/6 GGW
6” Gravity Grille – White (10 pack)
ME 150/6 5D
6” PVC Ducting 5m (12 pack)
six-inch fans
the 6” range
ME 150/6 S 6” (150mm) Standard fan
ME 150/6 P 6” (150mm) Standard fan c/w Pull-cord
ME 150/6 T 6” (150mm) Standard fan c/w Timer
ME 150/6 HT 6” (150mm) Humidity fan c/w Timer
accessories
Mentis offer a range of accessories for
use with 4-inch and 6-inch fans.
specification
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@ 3 metres; Rating/220-240V ~AC 25 W, IP44; & /
Construction/double insulated impact resistant ABS thermoplastic;
Motor/Single phase induction motor with preoiled bearings with
thermal overload protection; Maximum operating temperature/40°C.
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12 WAY 100A DP ISOLATOR INSULATED - CONSUMER UNIT
Catalogue number: YXL12
Isolator controlled insulated consumer units, offering a range of outgoing circuits from 1 to
40. Incoming Isolators fitted range from 45A to 100A
Key Features List
Modular principle, allows limitless permutations
Original installations can be supplemented to keep pace with user requirements
Easy wiring access provided by removable endplates
Product Specifications
Height:
230.0mm
Width:
359.0mm
Depth:
106.0mm
Standards:
BSEN60439-3
Current rating:
100A max Incomer
Voltage rating:
230V a.c.
Enclosure material:
High Impact Polystyrene
Colour:
Light Grey
Cover door:
Top hinged tinted door
IP Rating:
IP30
Cable Entry Facility:
Breakouts in removable endplates +
rear of base
No of Modules:
14
Max outgoing ways:
12
Switchgear fitted:
DP Isolator - 100A
Term capacity in:
50sqmm
Term capacity out:
Dependent on switchgear fitted
Four quarter turn screws provide easy removal of front cover
Units will accept 6kA and 10kA MCBs, RCBOs and Dinrail mounting HRC carriers
Technical Data:
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auxiliary relay units 24Vdc
The relay is intended to switch
addtional field devices via the two
relay outputs supplied. An LED is
mounted so that it remains visible
during the relay operation.
The supply voltage to the relay coil
may be continued through the
device via the additional terminals
supplied. Each device is reverse
polarity protected.
Typical usage examples are;
automatic door retainers, smoke
vents and fan shutdown, which are
intended to be operated by an
automatic fire system.
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PCB version for mounting inside PSU's,
panels, etc.
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self contained version in a metal
enclosure
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single gang plate version has 'Auxiliary
Relay Operated' text
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custom legend available on request
TECHNICAL
PCB
type
surface mount
metal enclosure
18 - 40
voltage range (Vdc)
22
nominal current consumption (mA)
230Vac 5A
relay contact rating
1100
coil impedance (Ω)
protection rating
boxed weight (kg)
colours available
n/a
IP43
IP43
0.051
0.015
0.612
n/a
white (ABS fire retardant plastic)
grey
ORDERING INFORMATION
Auxiliary Relay Operated" text, single gang, surface
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auxiliary relay units 24Vdc
DIMENSIONS, PRODUCT MOUNTING & CABLE ENTRY
SIDE VIEW
PLAN VIEW
60.0
86.5
86.5
AUXILIARY
RELAY
LED
OPERATED
9.0
86.5
17.0
BASE VIEW
86.5
86.5
BASE VIEW
86.5
FLUSH MOUNT
86.5
BACK BOX
WIRING CONFIGURATION & TYPICAL INSTALLATION
common
earth
normally
open
N/0 COM N/C
+Vdc
FROM
PANEL
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+ OUT
-Vdc
+Vdc
TO NEXT
AUX UNIT
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-Vdc
+Vdc
FROM
PANEL
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E
normally closed
N/0
common
+
+
N/C COM
E
N/0
normally open
N/C COM
earth
+ door retainer
-
+
-
door retainer
door retainer
24V PSU
-
+ OUT
N/0 COM N/C
E
earth
- IN +
- IN +
-Vdc
E
normally
closed
-Vdc
+Vdc
TO NEXT
AUX UNIT
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FRLN
remote indicator units 24Vdc
The unit is used to give a remote
indication of the status of a single or
groups of fire detectos in alarm state
utilising an LED with a wide area of
illumination and high on/off contrast.
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The units are compatible with the
majority of conventional and
addressable systems and can also be
used for security and process control
applications.
The standard version is a single gang
flush mount unit, with or without 'Fire
Detector Operated' text and also
available with a deep back box for
surface mounting.
direct fit to a single gang deep back
box
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circular flush mounted version
available without text
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text is available in other languages
?
custom legend available on request
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IP66 weatherproof version available
TECHNICAL
flush mount
type
surface mount
circular
weatherproof
5 - 28
voltage range (Vdc)
24
nominal current consumption (mA)
protection rating
IP24
IP24
IP24
IP66
boxed weight (kg)
0.04
0.10
0.12
0.48
white (ABS fire retardant plastic)
colours available
ORDERING INFORMATION
blank, single gang, flush
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remote indicator units 24Vdc
DIMENSIONS, PRODUCT MOUNTING & CABLE ENTRY
SIDE VIEW
PLAN VIEW
60.0
86.5
86.5
LED
9.0
11.0
86.5
BASE VIEW
FLUSH MOUNT
86.5
86.5
BASE VIEW
86.5
BACK BOX
86.5
WIRING CONFIGURATION
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+ for most conventional systems
2
+ for most intelligent systems
3
-
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Section 5 // Schedule of Manufacturers
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
Schedule of Manufacturers
Dorman Smith
Tyco Electronics UK Ltd.
Freebournes Road
Witham
Essex
CM8 3AH
Tamlite
The Sales Centre
Park Farm Industrial Estate
Redditch
Worcestershire
B98 0HU
MK
The Arnold Centre
Paycocke Road
Basildon
Essex
SS14 3EA
Philips
www.philips.com
Schneider Electric
First Floor
Market House
Church Street
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 1AY
Newlec
Newey & Eyre
Eagle Court 2
Hatchford Brook
Hatchford Way, Sheldon
Birmingham
B26 3RZ
Tel: 0121 366 1000
A&B ELECTRICAL SERVICES // december 2011
Thorn Lighting Ltd
Durhamgate
Spennymoor
Co Durham
DL16 6HL
Menvier
General UK Enquiries
Tel: 01302 303999
Fax: 01302 303333
[email protected]
Firesafe
8 Arkwright Court
Fylde Industrial Estate
Blackpool
Lancashire
FY4 5DR
ME Intercom
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Section 6 // Maintenance Procedures
ELECTRICAL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
79 Thomas Street // december 2011
Maintenance Procedures
A&B Electrical Services (UK) Ltd recommend that only a qualified electrician
is suitable for any maintenance on the electrical installation.
List of useful numbers
07976 751 743 : T. Lambert
07753 806 878 : S. Fabby
A&B ELECTRICAL SERVICES // december 2011
Section 7 // Inspection of Completion Certificates
Section 8 // As fitted drawings
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