DX 1-2 Loop Product Manual - Fire and Electrical Safety Ltd

DX 1-2 Loop Product Manual - Fire and Electrical Safety Ltd
DX
Document No. 997-147-000-4 Issue 4
product
manual
MORLEY-IAS
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Table of Contents
1
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 7
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
NOTICE .................................................................................................................................. 7
MODELS ................................................................................................................................. 7
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS ...................................................................................................... 9
NATIONAL APPROVALS ............................................................................................................ 9
EN54 INFORMATION ............................................................................................................. 10
2
UNPACKING............................................................................................................................. 11
3
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................ 12
3.1
IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS..................................................................................................... 12
3.1.1
Small Enclosure .......................................................................................................... 12
3.1.2
Medium Enclosure ...................................................................................................... 12
3.1.3
Large Enclosure .......................................................................................................... 12
3.2
INSTALLING THE ENCLOSURE (SURFACE MOUNT) ................................................................... 13
3.3
INSTALLING THE ENCLOSURE (FLUSH – BEZEL MOUNT OPTION) ............................................. 14
3.3.1
Wall Apertures............................................................................................................. 14
3.3.2
Installing the Complete Assembly............................................................................... 14
3.4
EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................................... 16
3.4.1
Introduction ................................................................................................................. 16
3.4.1.1
3.4.2
3.4.2.1
3.4.3
3.4.3.1
3.4.3.2
3.4.3.3
3.4.3.4
3.4.3.5
3.4.3.6
3.4.4
3.4.4.1
3.4.4.2
3.4.4.3
3.4.4.4
3.4.5
3.4.6
3.4.7
3.4.8
3.4.9
3.4.9.1
3.4.9.2
Inspection and Testing .......................................................................................................... 17
Mains Power Input ...................................................................................................... 18
Mains Cable Glands .............................................................................................................. 19
Battery Installation ...................................................................................................... 19
General Introduction.............................................................................................................. 19
Wiring / Terminal Block Arrangement.................................................................................... 19
Small Enclosure Arrangement............................................................................................... 20
Medium Enclosure Arrangement........................................................................................... 20
Large Enclosure Arrangement ..............................................................................................21
Battery Operation .................................................................................................................. 21
Detection Loops .......................................................................................................... 22
General Information .............................................................................................................. 22
Cable Requirements .............................................................................................................22
Loop Wiring Installation ......................................................................................................... 23
Unused Loops ....................................................................................................................... 25
Sounder Circuits.......................................................................................................... 26
Auxiliary Relay Outputs............................................................................................... 27
Auxiliary Supply Outputs............................................................................................. 27
Digital Inputs ............................................................................................................... 28
RS485 Peripheral Link ................................................................................................ 28
Daisy Chain Style Installation................................................................................................ 29
Cable Screen – Earth Connections ....................................................................................... 30
3.4.10 Recommended Cable Routing.................................................................................... 31
3.5
KEY-SWITCH OPTION ............................................................................................................ 32
3.5.1
Assembly Instructions ................................................................................................. 32
3.6
PRINTER OPTION .................................................................................................................. 33
3.7
SLIDE-IN LABELS .................................................................................................................. 33
4
STANDBY BATTERY CALCULATIONS.................................................................................. 34
5
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................ 35
5.1
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ..................................................................................................... 35
5.1.1
EN54-14 Recommendations....................................................................................... 35
5.1.1.1
5.1.1.2
5.1.1.3
5.1.1.4
5.1.2
5.1.2.1
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Daily Attention ....................................................................................................................... 35
Monthly Attention .................................................................................................................. 35
Quarterly Attention ................................................................................................................ 35
Yearly Attention..................................................................................................................... 35
BS5839-1: 2002 Recommendations ........................................................................... 36
Daily Attention ....................................................................................................................... 36
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5.1.2.3
5.1.2.4
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Weekly Attention ................................................................................................................... 36
Monthly Attention .................................................................................................................. 36
Quarterly / Annual Inspection and Service ............................................................................ 36
5.2
REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS ...........................................................................................37
5.2.1
Lithium Standby battery ...............................................................................................37
5.2.2
Liquid Crystal Alphanumeric Display ...........................................................................37
5.2.3
Standby Batteries.........................................................................................................37
5.2.4
Base Card ....................................................................................................................38
5.2.4.1
5.2.4.2
5.2.4.3
5.2.4.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
6
Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 38
Single Loop Base Card ......................................................................................................... 38
Two / Four Loop Base Card .................................................................................................. 38
Two Loop Plug-In Card ......................................................................................................... 39
Display Card ................................................................................................................39
Spare Parts List ...........................................................................................................39
CONTROLS AND INDICATIONS ..............................................................................................40
6.1
USER CONTROL LEVELS ........................................................................................................40
6.1.1
Level Definition ............................................................................................................40
6.1.2
Passwords ...................................................................................................................40
6.1.3
List of Device Abbreviations ........................................................................................41
7
PROGRAMMING .......................................................................................................................42
7.1
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................42
7.1.1
Memory Lock ...............................................................................................................42
7.1.2
Updating Software .......................................................................................................43
7.1.3
Text Entry.....................................................................................................................43
7.1.3.1
7.1.3.2
Keypad .................................................................................................................................. 43
Display .................................................................................................................................. 43
7.2
PROGRAMMING USING THE WIZARD ........................................................................................44
7.2.1
Step 1 (Time) ...............................................................................................................44
7.2.2
Step 2 (Date)................................................................................................................45
7.2.3
Step 3 (Device Manufacturer)......................................................................................45
7.2.3.1
7.2.3.2
7.2.3.3
7.2.4
7.2.4.1
7.2.4.2
7.2.4.3
7.2.4.4
7.2.4.5
Protocol Selection ................................................................................................................. 45
Flashing the Loop Driver Software (ULD).............................................................................. 46
Learning the devices connected to the loops ........................................................................ 46
Step 4 (Loop Device Settings) .....................................................................................46
Edit Device Settings .............................................................................................................. 47
Edit Device Location Text......................................................................................................47
Edit Zone Assignment ...........................................................................................................47
Edit Group Disable Assignment ............................................................................................ 48
Other Information .................................................................................................................. 48
7.2.5
Step 5 (Zone Text) .......................................................................................................48
7.2.6
Step 6 (Complete)........................................................................................................48
7.3
PROGRAMMING MANUALLY ....................................................................................................50
7.3.1
Selecting the Commission Option................................................................................50
7.3.2
Recommended Step by Step Programming Guide .....................................................50
7.3.3
Overview of the Menu Structure ..................................................................................51
7.3.4
Set-Up Options ............................................................................................................52
7.3.5
Local Outputs...............................................................................................................53
7.3.5.1
7.3.5.2
7.3.5.3
7.3.5.4
7.3.6
Pattern Assignment ............................................................................................................... 54
Can Pulse?............................................................................................................................ 54
Respond to Evacuate? .......................................................................................................... 54
Respond to Silence? ............................................................................................................. 54
Loops ...........................................................................................................................55
7.3.6.1 Edit Devices .......................................................................................................................... 55
7.3.6.1.1 Edit Device Location Text ............................................................................................... 55
7.3.6.1.2 Edit Zone Assignment .....................................................................................................56
7.3.6.1.3 Edit Group Disable Assignment ...................................................................................... 56
7.3.6.1.4 Input Controls.................................................................................................................. 56
7.3.6.1.5 Output Controls ............................................................................................................... 58
7.3.6.1.5.1 Morley-IAS / System Sensor Specific Information................................................................. 59
7.3.6.1.5.2 Apollo Specific Information ................................................................................................... 59
7.3.6.1.5.3 Hochiki Specific Information.................................................................................................. 59
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7.3.6.1.6 Base Sounder Notes ....................................................................................................... 60
7.3.6.1.7 Multi-Input / Output Devices (Sub-addresses)................................................................. 60
7.3.6.1.7.1 Determining the number of inputs & outputs (Apollo) ........................................................... 61
7.3.6.1.8 Multi-sensor/ Multi-mode analogue input devices ........................................................... 61
7.3.6.1.8.1 Apollo Discovery Multi-sensor............................................................................................... 61
7.3.6.1.8.2 Hochiki Multi-mode detectors ................................................................................................ 62
7.3.6.1.8.3 System Sensor/ Morley-IAS Multi-mode detectors ................................................................ 62
7.3.6.2 Learn Devices ....................................................................................................................... 64
7.3.6.3 Calibrate................................................................................................................................ 65
7.3.7
7.3.8
7.3.9
Zone Texts .................................................................................................................. 66
Access......................................................................................................................... 66
Advanced Settings ...................................................................................................... 67
7.3.9.1 On-Board Inputs.................................................................................................................... 67
7.3.9.1.1 Unassigned Function Key 1 ............................................................................................ 67
7.3.9.1.2 Input Action ..................................................................................................................... 68
7.3.9.1.3 Zone Number ..................................................................................................................69
7.3.9.1.4 Disablement Group ......................................................................................................... 69
7.3.9.2 Output Pattern Logic ............................................................................................................. 69
7.3.9.2.1 Zone Qualifiers................................................................................................................70
7.3.9.2.2 Delays ............................................................................................................................. 70
7.3.9.3 Panel State Inputs................................................................................................................. 71
7.3.9.4 Detection Modes ................................................................................................................... 72
7.3.9.4.1 Delayed (Stage 1 / Stage 2) Mode .................................................................................. 73
7.3.9.4.2 Verification Mode ............................................................................................................ 74
7.3.9.4.3 Sensitivity Mode .............................................................................................................. 74
7.3.9.4.4 Night Threshold Levels ................................................................................................... 75
7.3.9.4.5 Protocol Specific Sensitivity Information ......................................................................... 76
7.3.9.4.5.1 Morley-IAS / System Sensor Specific Information................................................................. 76
7.3.9.4.5.2 Apollo Specific Information ................................................................................................... 76
7.3.9.4.5.3 Hochiki Specific Information.................................................................................................. 76
7.3.9.5 7-Day Timers......................................................................................................................... 78
7.3.9.6 System Options..................................................................................................................... 79
7.3.9.6.1 Crystal Frequency / Clock Drift Compensation................................................................ 79
7.3.9.6.2 LCD Contrast .................................................................................................................. 79
7.3.9.6.3 Wipe Configuration Memory............................................................................................ 79
7.3.9.6.4 Panel Serial Number .......................................................................................................80
7.3.9.7 Printer option......................................................................................................................... 80
PROGRAMMING USING THE PC CONFIGURATION TOOL ..................................................................... 81
7.3.10 Retrieving Data from Panel to PC............................................................................... 81
7.3.11 Sending Data from PC to Panel.................................................................................. 81
8
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................... 82
8.1
8.2
8.3
9
FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................... 82
POWER SUPPLY AND CHARGER ............................................................................................. 84
RECOMMENDED CABLES ....................................................................................................... 85
REFERENCE ............................................................................................................................ 86
9.1
EVENT TEXT EXPLAINED ....................................................................................................... 86
10 APPENDIX ................................................................................................................................ 90
10.1
APPENDIX A – HOW TO FLASH UPGRADE THE DX CONTROL PANEL ......................................... 90
Table of Figures
FIGURE 1 – DIMENSION & FIXING POINTS – SMALL ENCLOSURE ........................................................... 13
FIGURE 2 – DIMENSION & FIXING POINTS – MEDIUM ENCLOSURE ......................................................... 13
FIGURE 3 – DIMENSION & FIXING POINTS – LARGE ENCLOSURE ........................................................... 13
FIGURE 4 – KNOCKOUTS – SMALL ENCLOSURE .................................................................................... 14
FIGURE 5 – KNOCKOUTS – MEDIUM & LARGE ENCLOSURES ................................................................. 14
FIGURE 6 – BEZEL ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................................. 14
FIGURE 7 – RECOMMENDED APERTURE SIZES ..................................................................................... 14
FIGURE 8 – MAINS INPUT ARRANGEMENT – DX1E-20S ........................................................................ 18
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FIGURE 9 – MAINS INPUT ARRANGEMENT – DX1E-40M MODELS ...........................................................18
FIGURE 10 – MAINS INPUT ARRANGEMENT – DX2E AND DX4E MODELS .................................................18
FIGURE 11 – BATTERY WIRING / TERMINAL BLOCK DETAILS ..................................................................19
FIGURE 12 – SMALL ENCLOSURE 7AH BATTERY INSTALLATION ..............................................................20
FIGURE 13 –MEDIUM ENCLOSURE 7AH BATTERY INSTALLATION ............................................................20
FIGURE 14 – MEDIUM ENCLOSURE 12AH BATTERY INSTALLATION, NO PRINTER .....................................20
FIGURE 15 – MEDIUM ENCLOSURE 12AH BATTERY INSTALLATION, WITH PRINTER ..................................20
FIGURE 16 – LARGE ENCLOSURE 12AH BATTERY INSTALLATION, WITH PRINTER.....................................21
FIGURE 17 – LARGE ENCLOSURE 17AH BATTERY INSTALLATION ...........................................................21
FIGURE 18 – SLC CONNECTIONS .........................................................................................................24
FIGURE 19 – LOOP WIRING WITHOUT ISOLATORS ..................................................................................24
FIGURE 20 – LOOP WIRING WITH ISOLATORS– PREFERED ALTERNATIVE ................................................24
FIGURE 21 – LOOP WIRING– UNUSED LOOPS .......................................................................................25
FIGURE 22 – SOUNDER CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS ....................................................................................26
FIGURE 23 – SOUNDER WIRING ...........................................................................................................26
FIGURE 24 – RELAY CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS .........................................................................................27
FIGURE 25 – AUXILIARY SUPPLY CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS ......................................................................27
FIGURE 26 – DIGITAL INPUT CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS .............................................................................28
FIGURE 27 – MONITORED CIRCUIT INPUT..............................................................................................28
FIGURE 28 – TYPICAL RS485 – ‘DAISY CHAIN’ WIRING.........................................................................29
FIGURE 29 – RS485 SCREEN – EARTH ARRANGEMENT ........................................................................30
FIGURE 30 – DX1E-20S RECOMMENDED CABLE ROUTING....................................................................31
FIGURE 31 – DX1E-40M / MP RECOMMENDED CABLE ROUTING...........................................................31
FIGURE 32 – DX2E / DX4E RECOMMENDED CABLE ROUTING ................................................................31
FIGURE 33 – KEY-SWITCH LOCATION ...................................................................................................32
FIGURE 34 – FASCIA PLATE AND SWITCH MOUNTING ............................................................................32
FIGURE 35 – KEY-SWITCH ASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................32
FIGURE 36 – PRINTER ASSEMBLY.........................................................................................................33
FIGURE 37 – SLIDE-IN LABEL LOCATIONS .............................................................................................33
FIGURE 38 – BASE CARD TABS ............................................................................................................38
FIGURE 39 – REPLACING THE 1-LOOP BASE CARD ................................................................................38
FIGURE 40 – REPLACING THE 2/4-LOOP BASE CARD .............................................................................38
FIGURE 41 – REPLACING THE 2-LOOP PLUG-IN CARD ...........................................................................39
FIGURE 42 – REPLACING THE DISPLAY CARD ........................................................................................39
FIGURE 43 – TYPICAL CONTROLS AND INDICATIONS ..............................................................................40
FIGURE 44 – MEMORY LOCK JUMPER ...................................................................................................42
FIGURE 45 – POSITION OF MEMORY LOCK AND FLASH JUMPERS ...........................................................42
FIGURE 46 – EXAMPLE OF 3 INPUT / 3 OUTPUT MODULE AT ADDRESS 63 ..............................................60
FIGURE 47 – POSITION OF PC TOOL CONNECTOR ................................................................................81
Table of Tables
TABLE 1 – PACKING CONTENTS LIST ....................................................................................................11
TABLE 2 – MAXIMUM LOOP LENGTHS ....................................................................................................23
TABLE 3 – LIST OF COMPATIBLE PERIPHERAL DEVICES .........................................................................29
TABLE 4 – DEVICE TYPE ABBREVIATIONS ..............................................................................................41
TABLE 5 – MENU STRUCTURE OVERVIEW .............................................................................................51
TABLE 6 – GENERAL SET-UP OPTIONS .................................................................................................53
TABLE 7 – INPUT PARAMETER OPTIONS ................................................................................................57
TABLE 8 – OUTPUT PARAMETER OPTIONS ............................................................................................58
TABLE 9 – HOCHIKI SOUNDER – VOLUME AND TONE SETTINGS ..............................................................59
TABLE 10 - APOLLO MULTI-SENSOR OPERATING MODES ........................................................................61
TABLE 11 - HOCHIKI MULTI-SENSOR MODES ..........................................................................................62
TABLE 12 - HOCHIKI MULTI-HEAT DEVICE OPERATION ............................................................................62
TABLE 13 - SYSTEM SENSOR/ MORLEY-IAS MULTI-SENSOR MODES ......................................................63
TABLE 14 - SYSTEM SENSOR/ MORLEY-IAS LASER DETECTOR MODES ..................................................63
TABLE 15 – INPUT ACTIONS – ON-BOARD INPUTS .................................................................................68
TABLE 16 – ZONE PATTERN QUALIFIERS...............................................................................................70
TABLE 17 – PANEL STATE CONDITIONS ................................................................................................71
TABLE 18 – DETECTION MODES ...........................................................................................................72
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TABLE 19 – FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... 83
TABLE 20 – POWER SUPPLY AND CHARGER SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................... 84
TABLE 21 - EVENT TEXT DESCRIPTIONS .............................................................................................. 89
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1 Introduction
1.1
Notice
•
The material and instructions covered in this manual have been carefully checked for accuracy and
are presumed to be correct. However, the manufacturer assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies
and reserves the right to modify and revise this document without
notice.
•
These instructions cover the installation, maintenance and
version 02.05 onwards
programming of the Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels. Refer
to the User Manual (P/N 996-148-000) for details of how to operate the system.
•
The DX1e, DX2e and DX4e Fire Alarm Control Panels are 1, 2 and 4 loop panels for use with
analogue addressable devices from the following detector manufacturer ranges: -
For use with software
S90
1.2
Models
•
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels are available in a range of enclosure sizes. A printer
is available as a factory fit option on all models except for the small enclosure. This manual covers
the following models: -
Model
No. of Loops
Enclosure
Printer
Max. Battery Size
No. of Zones
DX1e-20S
1
Small
:
7Ah
20
DX1e-40M
1
Medium
Option
12Ah
40
DX1e-40MP
1
Medium
;
12Ah
40
DX2e-40M
2
Medium
Option
12Ah
40
DX2e-40MP
2
Medium
;
12Ah
40
DX2e-40L
2
Large
Option
17Ah
40
DX2e-40LP
2
Large
;
17Ah
40
DX4e-40L
4
Large
Option
17Ah
40
DX4e-40LP
4
Large
;
17Ah
40
:
;
Option
= A printer cannot be fitted in this enclosure
= A printer is fitted as standard
= A printer is not fitted as standard but may be fitted as a retrofit item
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F1
F2
1
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
WORD
F1
1
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
0
F2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
WORD
EN
N5
54
44
21
19
99
97
7
E
E
N5
54
44
21
19
99
97
7
E
N
DX1e-20S
DX1e-40M, DX1e-40MP
DX2e-40M, DX2e-40MP
Installer Fit Options:
F1
1
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
TUV
WXYZ
1
PQRS
F2
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
WORD
Key-switch: P/N 795-083. All models. Can be
used for:
a)
Level 2 Access Control
b)
Class Change
c)
Bomb Alert
Specials: Large Enclosure Only. The following
future special options can be installed in the
lower cabinet area. Contact Sales / Customer
Services for further details.
EN
N5
54
44
21
19
99
97
7
E
Examples:
a)
Graphical Mimic Display
b)
Up to 4 Key-Switches
c)
DIN Rail mounted modules
DX2e-40L, DX2e-40LP
DX4e-40L, DX4e-40LP
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Warnings and Cautions
These instructions contain procedures to follow in order to avoid injury and damage to
equipment. It is assumed that the user of this manual has been suitably trained and is
familiar with the relevant regulations.
Electro-static Sensitive Devices.
Take suitable ESD precautions when removing or installing printed circuit boards.
This panel is CE Marked to show that it conforms to the requirements of the following
European Community Directives:
•
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC (and the amending directive
92/23/EEC)
•
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
•
This panel has been tested and found to comply with the Year 2000 requirements.
•
NOTE: The end date for all date functions is 31/12/2063.
•
In the year prior to reaching the calendar end date, consult the Original Equipment
Supplier/ Current Maintenance Contractor for advice.
CAUTION: A Lithium Battery is used for Clock Retention (Models DX2 and DX4).
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF THE BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. Dispose
of used batteries responsibly and in accordance with any local regulations.
See Section 5.2.1 for further details.
EN54-2 13.7
EN54
!
1.4
Maximum of 512
sensors / manual
call points per
panel.
•
The Dimension Series range of panels has many features that, if
used inappropriately, may contravene the requirements of EN54.
Where such a possibility may arise, a suitable warning is given with
brief details of the EN54 requirement and the relevant section to
which it pertains. A typical EN54 non-compliance warning is
illustrated.
National Approvals
This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with these instructions and the
appropriate national, regional and local regulations specific to the country and location of the
installation. Consult with the appropriate Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) for confirmation of the
requirements.
All equipment is to be operated in accordance with the appropriate standards applicable
This equipment must be installed in accordance with these instructions and the appropriate
national, regional and local wiring regulations. In the UK the wiring must conform to the
requirements of BS7671 (IEE Wiring Regulations – Sixteenth Edition).
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1.5
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EN54 Information
EN54
•
9
This Fire Alarm Control Panel complies with the requirements of EN54-2/4 1997. In
addition to the basic requirements of EN54, the panel conforms to the following
optional functions.
Optional Functions
Indication:
Controls:
EN54-2 Clause
Fault signals from points
8.3
Alarm Counter
7.13
Coincidence Detection
7.12
Delays to Outputs
7.11
Disablement of each addressable point.
9.5
Test condition
Outputs:
EN54
•
9
Outputs to fire alarm devices
N/A
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7.8
The power supplies for the Dimension Series of panels comply with the following
clauses of EN54-4.
Power Supply Functions
EN54
10
EN54-4 Clause
Derive power supply from main power source
5.1
Derive power supply from a standby battery source
5.2
Charge and monitor the standby battery source
5.3
Detect & signal power supply faults
5.4
•
In addition to the functions required by EN54-2, the panel supports a number of
ancillary functions that are not required by EN54. These are outlined below: -
Ancillary Functions
Manual Section
Auxiliary supply output
3.4.7
Peripheral loop output & supported devices
3.4.9
Auxiliary relay outputs
3.4.6 & 7.3.5
Printer option
3.6
Class Change Input
3.4.8 & 7.3.9.1
Group Disable
7.3.6.1 & 7.3.9.1 & User Manual
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2 Unpacking
•
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels are simple to install, program and commission if the
recommended procedures described in this manual are followed.
•
Before installing the Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels, first ensure that all the equipment
has been received. In addition to the Fire Alarm Control Panel, the packing box should contain the
following items.
Item
Component
Part Number
Quantity
As ordered
1
1
DX Series Fire Alarm Control Panel
2
Product Manual
996-147-000
1
3
User Manual
996-148-000
1
4
Reference Guide
996-149-000
1
5
Allen / Hex Key (3mm)
---
1
6
Battery Cables Kit
---
1
7
EOL Resistor (6.8kΩ ½ W)
---
4
1
Table 1 – Packing Contents List
1
•
Frame and mount the supplied Reference Guide, on the wall, adjacent to the Panel.
•
NOTE: The EOL resistors supplied are standard resistors. If EOL resistor assemblies with 150 mm
flying leads are required, please order these separately under part number 170-073-682.
Battery Leads are provided for all models with push-on terminals suitable for 7Ah and 12Ah batteries. Battery Leads are
also provided for the DX4e panels with ring terminals suitable for 17Ah batteries.
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3
Installation
3.1
Identification of Parts
Dimension Series
3.1.1 Small Enclosure
Optional Key-Switch
Display Card
Mains
Terminal
Block
Models:
DX1e-20S
Transformer
1-Loop
Base Card
3.1.2 Medium Enclosure
Optional Key-Switch
Display Card
Mains
Terminal
Block
Transformer
1-Loop
Base Card
Models:
DX1e-40M
DX1e-40MP
DX2e-40M
DX2e-40MP
2-Loop
Base Card
(shown
dotted)
Optional Printer
3.1.3 Large Enclosure
Display Card
Optional Key-Switch
Mains
Terminal
Block
2-Loop
Base Card
Transformer
Models:
DX2e-40L
DX2e-40LP
DX4e-40L
DX4e-40LP
2-Loop PlugIn Card
(DX4 Models
Only)
Optional Printer
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Installing the Enclosure (Surface Mount)
375
350
25
20
A
375
350
A
25
A
240
220
A
A
187
187
Figure 1 – Dimension & Fixing Points – Small
Enclosure
375
350
25
20
B
620
600
B
Figure 3 – Dimension & Fixing Points – Large
Enclosure
A
Figure 2 – Dimension & Fixing Points – Medium
Enclosure
•
Remove the front cover(s) using the
supplied Allen Key on the ¼ turn fasteners,
disconnect the earth lead(s) and store the
cover(s) in a safe place.
•
Remove the necessary knockouts for the
installation cabling.
•
Mount the enclosure in the desired location
using all three mounting holes (A) (small &
medium enclosures) or all four mounting
holes (B) (large enclosure).
•
Use a drill bit diameter 7.0 mm and a
suitable 40 mm long expansion plug. Fix the
panel to the wall with No. 10 screws length
1½” or M5 screws length 40 mm.
•
Install the external wiring into the enclosure
using the appropriate glands / conduit
fittings.
•
Sufficient knockouts are provided at the top
of the enclosure. Refer to wiring sections for
recommended positions.
•
If you punch other holes, be sure that they
do not interfere with any component
mounting positions.
•
Use a brush to clean any dust and swarf
from inside the enclosure before attempting
to remount the chassis assembly.
B
B
375
355
20
Remember to reconnect the earth lead(s) to
the display cover(s) when re-fitting.
To avoid distortion of the back box when
preparing knockouts, place the appropriate
back box face on a supporting surface (e.g.
work bench).
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TOP
TOP
115
BOTTOM
135
BOTTOM
375
375
Figure 4 – Knockouts – Small Enclosure
•
•
The bezel option can be supplied fitted to
the panel or as a separate item.
The diagram opposite shows the typical
bezel assembly. This arrangement is the
same for all bezel options.
•
The panel and bezel must be assembled
together before fixing into the wall.
•
The panel is securely fixed to the bezel
using four M4 Pan Head screws and shakeproof washers in position (A). Remove any
strengthening braces first (if fitted) from the
bezel before assembling to the panel.
Depth
Installing the Enclosure (Flush – Bezel Mount Option)
Depth:
Small = 120
Medium / Large = 140
Width = 435
A
Height
3.3
Figure 5 – Knockouts – Medium & Large
Enclosures
A
Height:
Small = 300
Medium = 435
Large = 680
A
A
Figure 6 – Bezel Assembly
400
(All panel types)
3.3.1 Wall Apertures
•
•
Firstly make a recess in the wall large
enough for the bezel and back box to be
inserted easily and without unnecessary
force. Allow for space required for cable
entry into the back box.
260
Small
The diagram opposite shows the
recommended aperture sizes for all panel
variants.
400
Medium
3.3.2 Installing the Complete Assembly
•
•
Offer the complete assembly to the recess to
check for correct depth and clearance.
Repeat this process until the correct depth
and clearance have been achieved.
640
Large
Support the bezel / back box assembly in
the desired position in the recess and mark
the three / four fixing points in the panel
(refer to surface mounting installation
instructions for positions). Remove the
assembly from the recess.
Figure 7 – Recommended Aperture Sizes
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•
Drill and tap the supporting wall as described in the surface mounting instructions.
•
Remove the required knockouts and install cable glands as required.
•
Orientate the bezel / back box assembly correctly, offer it to the recess, then feed the cables through
the glands and take up any excess slack. Secure the assembly in position using appropriate sized
screws as described in the surface mount installation. To avoid distorting the back box, do not over
tighten.
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3.4
Dimension Series
External Connections
3.4.1 Introduction
BEFORE INSTALLATION: Refer to Ratings / Type label located on the front of the inner door.
DIMENSION FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
Sta nd by B a tte ry : Ref er to Insta llatio n M a nual to d ete rmi ne re qu ire d b at te ry size.
Outputs : Ref er to In stallat io n M a n ual f or So under Ou tp ut Spe cificat io n a nd Maximum Panel Load.
A ll o u tp u ts a re po w er lim it ed exce p t fo r dry contact re la y ou t puts.
WARN IN G : D is con ne ct a ll p o w er so urces prior to se rvicin g.
C o nn ect AC Su pp ly p rior t o b at ter y co n nect ion.
T his pa ne l m a y b e u sed fo r co nn ectio n to a nalogue , a dd re ssa ble sign alling de vices from
M orle y-IA S, A p ollo , Ho chiki, Nittan an d S ystem Se nsor.
De sign e d a nd Ma n uf actu re d i n The U.K. by:
Ch arles Avenue
Burgess Hill,
West Sussex
RH 15 9UF.
This Panel must be installed in accordance with:
Installation and
Commissioning Manual P/N 996-147 Issue: ____
Operate and use in accordance with:
User Manual P/N 996-148 Issue: ____
Reference Guide P/N 996-149 Issue: ____
(Frame and Mount on Wall Next to Unit)
230V; 0.7A; 50Hz
FACP MODEL
D X1e 20S
D X 1e 40M
D X1e40M P
D X 2e40M
D X2e40M P
DX 2e40L
D X 2e40LP
DX 4e40L
D X 4e 40 LP
P /N 345-51 2 - 1
•
All external connections to the base card are shown on a label (as below) located inside the
enclosure. This covers connections available on all models. Note: DX1e models only have one
detector loop (Loop 1) connector available. DX2e models only support detector loops 1 & 2. DX4e
models support all four detector loops.
•
Except for AC Mains Input, all field-wiring connections are via two-part screw-terminal plug and
socket connectors.
P O W E R
L I M I T E D
A B
R S48 5
LO O P 1
PC
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LOO P 2
LOOP 3
LOOP 4
DX1 YES
NO
NO
NO
DX2 YES
YES
NO
NO
DX4 YES
YES
YES
YES
PROG.
FIRE
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Wiring Installation
!
BS5839
BS5839-1: 2002
•
The wiring installation should conform to the national, regional
or local standards applicable for the specific installation.
Clause 26.2
•
In the UK, the recommendations of BS5839-1 should be
followed for installation wiring. In particular, the installation
should conform to BS7671.
BS5839-1: 2002
•
Inspection and Testing should conform to any national, regional
or local standards applicable for the specific installation.
Clause 38.2
•
In the UK, the recommendations of BS5839-1 should be
followed for the inspection and testing of all installation wiring.
Installation Wiring.
3.4.1.1
!
BS5839
Inspection and Testing
Inspection and Testing.
All installation wiring MUST be checked PRIOR to termination in the panel.
The following checks are recommended:
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•
Check the continuity of all cable runs (including cable screens).
•
Check the impedance of all signal cable runs. Ensure that, in alarm mode, any voltage
drops induced do not compromise device operation or compatibility. Ensure that cable
impedance does not exceed any specific requirements detailed in the remainder of this
document.
•
Check the isolation between all cores and between cores and screen / earth. Minimum
isolation of 2MΩ is required.
•
Check that the screen of all signal cables is not grounded to earth elsewhere in the
building and that it is installed in accordance with recommendations – refer to relevant
wiring installation sections in this document for more information.
•
Check that signal cables are not run in cable trays, or the like, alongside power cables
for this and other equipment.
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3.4.2 Mains Power Input
•
The DX Fire Alarm Control Panel receives power from a 230V, 50/60Hz (or
1
120V, 50/60Hz-power supply ). The transformer converts the input mains
voltage to 18V AC. The mains input terminal block and the transformer are
mounted to the back box.
•
The incoming power feed cable Ground or Earth (Green or Green/Yellow) wire
should be connected to the terminal block earth connection – middle terminal.
•
Connect the neutral (Blue/Black) wire to the top terminal and connect the Phase
or Live (Brown/Red) wire to the bottom terminal. The terminal block contains an
integral fuse. Rating of the fuse is quoted on the label and in the specifications
section in this document – replace with the same type or direct equivalent only.
Open and lock out the main
circuit breaker before connecting
any wiring. Do not power the
system until the installation is
complete.
ISO LATE
EL SEWH ERE
N
L
F 1 : T 2A H 25 0 V
ISOLATE
ELSEWHERE
N
L
F1: T 2A H 250V
ISOLATE
ELSEWHERE
N
L
F1: T 2A H 250V
Fuse
Maintain separation between the
120/230V and the low voltage
wiring. Do not route in the same
trunking and keep apart in the
enclosure.
Figure 8 – Mains Input Arrangement – DX1e-20S
ISOLATE
ELSEWHERE
ISOLATE
ELSEWHERE
N
N
L
L
F1: T 2A H 250V
F1: T 2A H 250V
ISOLATE
ELSEWHERE
ISOLATE
ELSEWHERE
N
N
L
L
F1: T 2A H 250V
F1: T 2A H 250V
Fuse
Fuse
Figure 9 – Mains Input Arrangement – DX1e40M models
Figure 10 – Mains Input Arrangement – DX2e and
DX4e models
The panel shall be supplied with AC mains power via a readily accessible disconnect
device (‘isolation’ switch) to facilitate servicing and be provided with suitable earth fault
protection incorporated in the building installation wiring. The minimum cross sectional
area of the mains cable should be 0.75mm and the supply should be fused with a 5A HRC
anti-surge fuse.
1
With the appropriate transformer fitted.
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3.4.2.1
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Mains Cable Glands
The cable gland and cord anchorage bushing used to route the mains cable through the
20mm knockout MUST have a minimum flame retardant rating of 94HB.
•
Typical glands / bushings are: -
Type
Manufacturer
Supplier /
Part No.
Gland IP68 – Nylon 66 M20 Black, Rating UL94V-2
Multicomp
Farnell
927-739
Bushing Nylon 66 M20 Black, Rating UL94V-2
Multicomp
Farnell
303-0751
3.4.3 Battery Installation
3.4.3.1
•
General Introduction
Refer to the Standby Battery Calculations (section 4) for the size of the batteries required for a
particular installation.
Do not make the final battery connections until the installation is complete.
Battery Lead Connections are not power limited.
Before installation.
New Batteries may require ‘top charging’ prior to being put into service. Refer to battery
manufacturer information for confirmation of this requirement. For further information and
for a list of recommended batteries, refer to Section 5.2.3.
!
BS5839
BS5839-1: 2002
•
Label the batteries with the date of installation.
Clause 25.4(c)
•
Labels shall be clearly visible without the need to move or disturb
the batteries or the battery wiring.
Battery Labelling.
3.4.3.2
Wiring / Terminal Block Arrangement
•
The wiring / terminal block arrangement is
identical for all models.
•
Included in the packing is a battery cable
kit1. Use the cable included in this kit to
connect the negative terminal of battery
No.1 to the positive terminal of battery No.2.
•
•
Connect the red wire from ‘V+’ terminal (5)
on the Power Supply Terminal Block to the
positive terminal of battery No.1.
Connect the black wire from ‘0V’ terminal (4)
on the Power Supply Terminal Block to the
negative terminal of battery No.2.
-
Black
Wire
Charger
Output
1
The standby batteries should be located in
the enclosure as shown in the diagrams
below.
Red
Wire
Link Wire
-
2
+
-
1
+
Transformer Leads (18V AC)
(Brown)
1
AC
2
AC
3
E
4
0V
5
V+
To Enclosure
(Orange)
Battery Leads
Red
(positive)
•
+
Black
(negative)
Figure 11 – Battery Wiring / Terminal Block
Details
Battery Leads are provided, for all models, with push-on terminals suitable for 7Ah and 12Ah batteries. Battery Leads are
also provided, with the DX4e panels, with ring terminals suitable for 17Ah batteries.
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3.4.3.3
Dimension Series
Small Enclosure Arrangement
•
The diagram opposite shows the position for
the 7Ah batteries in the DX1e-20S panel.
•
For battery sizes greater than 7Ah, use the
medium enclosure models DX1e-40M or
DX1e-40MP.
•
Alternatively, the batteries should be
installed in a separate enclosure suitable for
Fire Protection Use, such as Battery Box
797-025-001, with wiring connected to the
panel through conduit.
Base Card
7Ah
#2
7Ah
#1
Figure 12 – Small Enclosure 7Ah Battery
Installation
3.4.3.4
Medium Enclosure Arrangement
•
The diagram opposite shows the position for
the 7Ah batteries in the medium size
enclosure.
•
Lay the batteries flat and push to the rear of
the enclosure.
•
This arrangement can be used irrespective
of whether the printer option is fitted.
•
The diagrams below show the position for
the 12Ah batteries in the enclosure with and
without the printer option fitted.
•
Feed the battery wires through the hole in
the central support plate.
Note: All diagrams show the medium enclosure fitted with
the 1 loop base card. The wiring arrangement is similar
when the 2 loop base card is fitted – see large enclosure
arrangement.
Base Card
7Ah
#2
7Ah
#1
Figure 13 –Medium Enclosure 7Ah Battery
Installation
Base Card
Base Card
12Ah
#2
12Ah
#2
12Ah
#1
Figure 14 – Medium Enclosure 12Ah Battery
Installation, no printer
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12Ah
#1
Figure 15 – Medium Enclosure 12Ah Battery
Installation, with printer
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Large Enclosure Arrangement
•
The diagram below shows the position for
the 12Ah batteries in the enclosure with the
printer option fitted (as for the medium
enclosure).
•
Feed the battery wires through the hole in
the central support plate.
•
Alternatively, the 12Ah batteries can be
located in the lower cabinet area. In this
case, lay the batteries flat.
•
•
The diagram below shows the position for
the 17Ah batteries in the large size
enclosure.
•
Push the batteries to the rear of the
enclosure.
•
This arrangement is used irrespective of
whether the printer option is fitted.
•
Feed the battery wires through the holes in
the central support plates.
Feed the battery wires through the hole in
the central support plate.
Base Card
Base Card
12Ah
#2
12Ah
#1
ALTERNATIVE
17Ah
#2
12Ah
#2
12Ah
#1
Figure 16 – Large Enclosure 12Ah Battery
Installation, with printer
3.4.3.6
17Ah
#1
Figure 17 – Large Enclosure 17Ah Battery
Installation
Battery Operation
•
The main microprocessor of the panel periodical checks the state of the AC Mains, battery and
charger circuit. The panel will automatically switch over to the standby battery source when the AC
Mains fails.
•
When the panel is operating from AC Mains, the panel checks the output of the charger and whether
the battery is present. To do this, it momentarily turns off the charger output and checks the battery
voltage (battery missing if <15.0V). In a fire alarm condition, the charger is turned off to provide
additional current to the outputs.
•
When the panel is operating from the battery standby source, the panel will indicate when the battery
is low (<21.5V) and will automatically switch off the standby power to prevent irreversible damage
(deep discharge) to the batteries (<20.0V).
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3.4.4
3.4.4.1
Dimension Series
Detection Loops
General Information
•
The control panel supports analogue detectors with a data transmission system. It provides power
and communicates with the initiating devices over a two-wire circuit. The panel can only support one
protocol at a time. All signalling loops available in the panel will be configured to work with the
protocol selected.
•
The number of detection loops provided on each of the panels is as follows:
Model
EN54
!
!
BS5839
No. of Loops
Enclosure
DX1e-20S
1
Small
DX1e-40M
1
Medium
DX1e-40MP
1
Medium
DX2e-40M
2
Medium
DX2e-40MP
2
Medium
DX2e-40L
2
Large
DX2e-40LP
2
Large
DX4e-40L
4
Large
DX4e-40LP
4
Large
EN54-2 13.7
•
Depending on protocol, it is possible for up to 800 addressable input
points to be connected to the DX4e panel.
Maximum of 512
sensors / MCP’s
per panel.
•
To comply with EN54-2 requirements, a maximum of 512 sensors /
MCP’s (input points) only should be connected to the control panel
across all analogue detection loops. This limit includes any
conventional detectors / call points connected to the system via zone
monitors.
BS5839-1:
2002
•
If a Morley-IAS/System Sensor MCP or Apollo MCP is connected via
a conventional interface (e.g zone monitor) then the response time
will depend on the number of devices fitted and may exceed the
requirements of BS5839-1 (three seconds).
•
The panel will conform to the requirements of EN54-2 clause 7.1.3
(ten seconds).
Clause 20
Manual Call Points
The detection circuit should be separated from other cable runs to minimize the risk of
external interference. Under extremely noisy conditions, twisted pair wire is
recommended to further reduce interference.
The Detection Loop Circuits are supervised and power limited.
3.4.4.2
Cable Requirements
•
Shielded cable must be used for all detection (SLC) circuits. It is important that the shield is always
terminated to a good earth connection at both ends of the loop – there are M5 studs in the enclosure
for this purpose. The shield should never be connected to any other earth point in the building.
Mineral insulated copper cable (MICC) is recommended for the best screening purposes. However,
most of the established brands of fire related screened cables are suitable. Refer to Section 8.3 for a
list of recommended cables.
•
The core size, length of wiring run and detection circuit loading will produce a voltage drop along the
length of the cable. To determine if the loop driver can fully support the planned loop configuration,
use the detector manufacturers’ calculations for voltage and capacitance.
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ALWAYS check that conductors of appropriate diameter are used so that the voltage at
the detectors is within the detector manufacturer’s specification.
The maximum permitted impedance for the SLC Loop is 40 ohms. This must be reduced if
loop powered sounders are installed.
•
The following table lists the maximum recommended cable loop lengths for each detection loop type.
Wiring to external devices should follow the appropriate manufacturer’s instructions.
Loop Driver
Maximum Loop Length
MICC
1.5mm
18 AWG
16 AWG
14 AWG
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2 km
1 km
1.5 km
2 km
System Sensor
2 km
1 km
1.5 km
2 km
Apollo
2 km
1 km
1.5 km
2 km
Hochiki
2 km
1 km
1.5 km
2 km
Table 2 – Maximum Loop Lengths
•
3.4.4.3
•
EN54
!
•
Cable runs in excess of 2km (6400’) are not recommended. Otherwise, cable capacitance (Max.
0.5uF per loop) and inductance may start to interfere with data transmission. Refer to the
manufacturers’ quoted figures for maximum cable capacitance.
Loop Wiring Installation
The SLC (detector) circuits should be installed as loops with or without isolator modules. The wiring
details are as described below.
EN54-2 12.5.2
For best results and system integrity:
Maximum of 32
sensors / MCP’s
between Isolator.
The detection loop circuit should be wired as a loop with short
circuit isolators. This will allow the system to still function, even if a
section of the cable becomes open circuited. It is recommended that
short circuit isolators be fitted to the detection loop to prevent an
external short circuit from removing more than 32 addressable
points from the system.
The detection loop connections are
made on terminal blocks at the top of the
base card. The diagrams opposite show
the location of the terminal blocks and
typical wiring connections.
•
The DX1e has only one connector
available – i.e. Loop 1. The DX2e and
DX4e have four connectors available –
only Loops 1 and 2 are used on the
DX2e.
•
Form the loop by taking wires from the
positive and negative terminals, at one
side of the connector on the base card –
see opposite.
•
Proceed with installing wiring, around the
loop, connecting all devices – see below.
•
Return the wiring to the positive and
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W E R
L I M I T E D
LO OP 1
LOO P 2
L O OP 3
L OO P 4
DX1 YES
NO
NO
NO
DX2 YES
YES
NO
NO
DX4 YES
YES
YES
YES
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negative terminals at the other side of
the connector on the base card.
•
•
Ensure that all devices connected to the
loop are correctly oriented for positive
and negative connections.
Screen:
Connect to stud
using M5 Ring
crimp and M5 Nut
Use the nearest
stud to the
knockout position
used.
(+) RETURN
(-) RETURN
Refer to the detector manufacturers’ data
sheet supplied with the signalling device.
Data / Power (+) OUT
Data / Power (-) OUT
+
OUT
+
IN
Figure 18 – SLC Connections
FACP Connections
Data / Power (+) OUT
Data / Power (-) OUT
Data / Power (+) RETURN
Data / Power (-) RETURN
Figure 19 – Loop Wiring without Isolators
DO NOT loop the wiring under any terminals. Break the wire run to maintain supervision.
•
It is recommended that Short Circuit Isolators be installed. Install the isolators at strategic points in
the loop (i.e. zonal boundaries) to prevent an external short circuit from removing more than 32
addressable points from the system. Note: The loop driver modules have built-in isolators so it is not
required to place isolator modules on the outputs of the FACP.
•
Refer to the following diagram for information.
FACP Connections
Data / Power (+) OUT
Data / Power (-) OUT
ISOLATORS
Data / Power (+) RETURN
Data / Power (-) RETURN
Figure 20 – Loop Wiring with Isolators– Prefered Alternative
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3.4.4.4
•
•
MORLEY-IAS
Unused Loops
If one of the loops is not to be used, the
outputs must be connected to the inputs at
the terminal block.
If the loop wiring is left open, the panel will
report an open-circuit wiring fault even
though there are no devices connected to
the loop.
FACP Connections
Data / Power (+) OUT
Data / Power (-) OUT
Data / Power (+) RETURN
Data / Power (-) RETURN
Figure 21 – Loop Wiring– Unused Loops
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3.4.5 Sounder Circuits
•
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control
Panels have two power limited and
supervised sounder circuits, identified as
sounder circuits S1 and S2.
•
Each circuit has a maximum rating of 1 Amp.
•
Each sounder output is monitored for open
and short circuits. An end-of-line (EOL)
resistor (6.8KΩ, 0.5W minimum, P/N 170073-682) must be fitted to the last sounder
on the circuit.
•
Each sounder should have an integral
blocking diode that prevents the sounder
from consuming any power in the normal
monitoring position. The polarity of the
sounder output is reversed when the
sounder circuit is energised. This allows the
sounder to turn on.
•
Any other devices connected to sounder
outputs must be suppressed and polarized.
•
Refer to Section 8.3 for a list of
recommended cables.
•
Connect the screen drain wire to the nearest
M5 earth stud in the enclosure – see loopwiring section for example.
P O W E R
A B
RS485
PC
+
S1
-
+
S2
-
Figure 22 – Sounder Circuit Connections
FACP Connections
SOUNDER
S1 (+)
EOL (6.8KΩ)
SOUNDER
S1 (-)
SOUNDER
S2 (+)
Typical
Arrangement
EOL (6.8KΩ)
SOUNDER
S2 (-)
Figure 23 – Sounder Wiring
DO NOT loop the wiring under any terminals. Break the wire run to maintain supervision.
•
Cable runs in excess of 1km (3200’) are not recommended. Otherwise, the capacitance and
inductance of the cable may affect the performance of the system.
•
Always check that conductors of appropriate diameter are used so that the voltage at all sounders is
within the manufacturers’ specification when the panel is operating under AC Mains failure and
minimum battery voltage conditions (Refer to Table 20 for minimum panel output voltage).
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3.4.6 Auxiliary Relay Outputs
EN54-2 8.8
EN54
!
Fault Output:
•
Relay 1 is configured
for failsafe operation
as standard.
•
Relay 1 (FAULT) is normally held in an energized state. It will deenergize under fault conditions.
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels
have three, unsupervised, relay outputs, with volt
free (dry contact) changeover contacts.
•
These are assigned to Fault, Fire Alarm and
User Programmable conditions respectively.
•
Each output is rated at 24V AC/DC, 1 Amp,
0.6PF.
•
Connect the screen drain wire to the nearest
M5 earth stud in the enclosure – see loopwiring section for example.
PROG.
FAULT
XFMR
XFMR
E
BATTERY
Do not connect any wiring to the
relay contacts that is not power
limited.
Route wiring away from power
limited signal cables.
FIRE
NC NO COM
Figure 24 – Relay Circuit Connections
3.4.7 Auxiliary Supply Outputs
•
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control
Panels have two power-limited,
unsupervised auxiliary (AUX O/P) 24Voutput supplies rated at 250mA each /
250mA total maximum for both circuits.
•
The normal AUX 24V can be used to power
Remote Annunciator (Repeater) units and
other peripheral loop units or other signalling
loop units.
•
The Switched AUX24V is switched (turned
off) on reset for ‘5’ seconds.
•
Shielded cable should be used for all AUX
circuits.
•
Refer to Section 8.3 for a list of suitable
cables.
•
Connect the screen drain wire to the nearest
M5 earth stud in the enclosure – see loopwiring section for example.
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P O W E R
A B
RS485
PC
24V 0V 24V 0V
RST RST
Figure 25 – Auxiliary Supply Circuit Connections
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3.4.8 Digital Inputs
•
•
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control
Panels have two power-limited, supervised
digital input circuits.
The circuits can be used as switch input
circuits with monitoring for open or short
circuit conditions.
•
Shielded cable should be used for all digital
input circuits wired to switches external to
the panel.
•
Refer to Section 8.3 for a list of suitable
cables.
•
Connect the screen drain wire to the nearest
M5 earth stud in the enclosure – see loopwiring section for example.
•
Refer to Section 7.3.9.1 for details of
programming these inputs.
•
The normal EOL resistor is 6.8kΩ ½W.
Connect the supplied resistor directly across
input terminals for unused inputs.
•
The diagram opposite shows the
arrangement for wiring an input with
monitoring.
•
NOTE: The switch / relay output should be
wired as normally closed for inactive inputs.
The switch should open to activate the input.
P O W E R
A B
RS485
PC
IN1 0V
IN2 0V
Figure 26 – Digital Input Circuit Connections
IN
6.8kΩ
1/2W
15kΩ or
2x6.8kΩ
in series
(1/2W)
Switch /
Relay Contacts
0V
Figure 27 – Monitored Circuit Input
3.4.9 RS485 Peripheral Link
EN54-2 12.5
EN54
!
Integrity of
transmission paths:
The network does
not provide the
required
transmission path
integrity.
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•
The Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels can be connected
to a range of serial interface devices via the RS485 peripheral loop.
•
The RS485 peripheral communications link should be installed in a
‘daisy chain’ type wiring arrangement.
•
Each supervised peripheral device must be given an address. The
address can be in the range 1 – 126. Refer to the Installation Guide
for each peripheral type for details on the allowed address range.
•
The maximum number of physical devices that can be connected
to the peripheral loop is 31. This applies only to occasions where
passive repeaters are employed at address ‘0’ – the maximum
number of addressed (monitored) repeaters being 16.
•
The panel supports the following peripheral devices:
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Model
Number
Device Description
Supervised
ZXR5B
Active Remote Annunciator (Repeater)
YES
ZXR4B
Passive Remote Annunciator (Repeater)
NO
ZXr-A
Active Remote Annunciator (Repeater)
YES
ZXr-P
Passive Remote Annunciator (Repeater)
NO1
Table 3 – List of Compatible Peripheral Devices
3.4.9.1
1
Daisy Chain Style Installation
•
Form the peripheral RS485
link by taking wires from the A
and B terminals to the A and
B terminals of the next device
on the link.
•
Continue wiring to all the units
to be connected to the link –
connecting A to A and B to B.
•
Install EOL (150Ω, 0.5W)
resistors in the spare
terminals in both the first and
last units on the link.
•
The maximum allowed length
of the link is 1.2km (4000’).
•
Shielded cable should be
used for all digital input
circuits wired to switches
external to the panel.
•
Refer to Section 8.3 for a list
of suitable cables.
A
B
Dimension Panel
Arrangement
A
B
A
B
Peripheral
Typical Arrangement
A
B
A
B
Peripheral
Typical Arrangement
Figure 28 – Typical RS485 – ‘Daisy Chain’ Wiring
•
The above diagram and instructions is correct for ZXr-A
and ZXr-P Repeaters. (Do not re-legend the ABAB
terminals in these repeaters with the label supplied). Also
the EOL resistors can be configured through correct jumper
settings on these repeaters – rather than using the physical
EOL resistor arrangement shown above.
•
The A&B terminals in the ZXR4b and ZXR5b products are
incorrect for connection to the Dimension Series panels.
These should be renumbered as follows; A becomes B and
B becomes A.
The ZXr-P may optionally be supervised at the FACP – set the address in the range ‘1-126’ instead of the default ‘0’.
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3.4.9.2
•
Dimension Series
Cable Screen – Earth Connections
During installation of the
peripheral link, the
consequences of
connecting remote
grounds together must
be considered.
•
When wiring between
RS485 circuits and/or
peripherals if a drain
earth wire is available it
should not be bonded to
the chassis at both ends
of the link.
•
The drain earth wire
should only be bonded to
one of the panel
chasses. The other end
should not be bonded
directly to the chassis but
should be connected
through a non-polarised
2.2uFcapacitor. This is
shown opposite.
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Screen:
Connect to stud
using M5 Ring
crimp and M5 Nut
Use the nearest
stud to the
knockout position
used.
Fit Capacitor
here if other
end is
connected to
chassis
Capacitor
A
B
A
B
IN
Dimension Panel
Arrangement
A
B
OUT
Peripheral
Typical Arrangement
Figure 29 – RS485 Screen – Earth Arrangement
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3.4.10 Recommended Cable Routing
•
Cables should be routed within the enclosure in accordance with the following diagram. Ensure that
power-limited cables are routed separately from AC Mains and non power-limited cables.
PL
PL
NPL
M
NPL
M
Base Card
Base Card
12Ah
#2
7Ah
#2
12Ah
#1
7Ah
#1
Figure 30 – DX1e-20S Recommended Cable
Routing
PL
NPL M
Base Card
Figure 31 – DX1e-40M / MP Recommended Cable
Routing
•
The diagram opposite shows a typical
arrangement for either the DX2e or DX4e in
a large enclosure.
•
This arrangement is also applicable for the
DX2e in the medium enclosure.
•
Key
PL =
Power Limited Wiring (i.e. AUX, Sounders,
Inputs, Loops and RS485)
NPL = Non Power Limited Wiring (i.e. Relays)
M=
17Ah
#2
Mains Wiring
17Ah
#1
Figure 32 – DX2e / Dx4e Recommended Cable
Routing
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3.5
Dimension Series
Key-Switch Option
•
The diagram opposite shows the location for
the Key-Switch option.
•
The position is identical for all models being
to the left of the Liquid Crystal Display.
•
The Key-Switch option comes as a complete
assembly including cable and two keys.
•
Key-switch
1
F1
The Key-Switch is mounted onto the hinged
fascia / display plate and plugs directly into a
connector on the display card.
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
0
F2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
WORD
E
N
E
N5
54
42
41
19
997
7
Figure 33 – Key-Switch Location
3.5.1 Assembly Instructions
Ensure that all power is turned off and
disconnected before proceeding.
•
Disconnect the display ribbon cable (A) from
the base card.
•
Remove the 8off M3 fixing screws (B)
holding the display card to the plate and
remove the display card (C) – carefully set
aside and protect from damage all items for
re-assembly later.
•
Carefully cut the plastic of the fascia label
through the hole in the fascia plate to create
a hole for the Key-Switch.
•
Remove the nut from the key-switch and
cable assembly.
•
Feed the key-switch and cable assembly
through the hole in the fascia plate from the
front. The hole is keyed to prevent rotation
of the key-switch when used. Ensure the
key-switch is correctly orientated as shown
opposite.
•
Re-thread the nut over the cable and feed
onto the thread of the key-switch. Tighten
the nut.
•
Replace the display card, feeding the keyswitch cable through the hole in the printed
circuit board. Replace ALL 8off M3 screws.
•
Plug the key-switch cable into the connector
on the side of the display card; plug the
ribbon cable back into the connector on the
base card. The connectors are keyed to
prevent incorrect insertion.
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Key-Switch
Assembly
B
A
C
Figure 34 – Fascia Plate and Switch Mounting
Fascia
Label
Fascia Plate
Keyed Hole
To Top of
Panel
Key-Switch
Nut
To display
PCB
Figure 35 – Key-Switch Assembly
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Printer Option
The batteries support the
printer option during mains
failure.
•
The printer option is available on
the Medium and Large
enclosures only and is supplied
fitted as standard with the DX1e40MP, DX2e-40MP, DX2e-40LP
and DX4e-40LP models.
•
A printer can be installed as an
optional item if required.
•
These instructions cover the
replacement or addition of the
printer module.
•
Ensure that all power is turned off and
disconnected before proceeding.
Base
Card
(B)
M3 CSK
Screw
(A)
M4 Pan HD Screw
+ Washer x2
(D) Earth
Cable
PCB
12Ah
#2
Bracket
Refer to the User Manual 996148-000 on how to replace the
paper roll and how to use the
printer.
Paper
Roll
(C)
Ribbon
Cable
Figure 36 – Printer Assembly
•
The printer module is supplied complete on its bracket. The printer module is attached to the panel
enclosure in three places. Two M4 screws and washers (A) attach the printer bracket to the small,
hinged bracket on the side of the enclosure. One M3, countersunk screw (B) attaches the printer
bracket to the fascia plate (screw inserted from the front of the panel)
•
The Printer Module Electronics are connected to the Base Card using a ribbon cable (C). The 14-way
connector is at the bottom left of the Base Card in all models. This cable has identical connectors at
each end so can be plugged either way round. The connectors are keyed to prevent incorrect insertion.
•
Connect the earth cable (D) between the ¼” spade on the printer bracket and the ¼” spade at the rear
of the enclosure.
•
If the printer is fitted as an upgrade kit a new front cover, with a slot for the paper exit, must replace the
existing front.
3.7
Slide-In Labels
•
The Dimension Series of Fire Alarm Panels
are provided with slide-in labels to denote the
function of the LED Status Indicators and
Keyboard Buttons.
•
The standard labels supplied with the panel
are in English.
•
There are three labels (shown opposite as A,
B, and C).
•
Label ‘A’ is for the Control Keys.
•
Labels ‘B’ and ‘C’ are for the LED Status
Indicators
•
Alternative labels with the required language
or with legends for the user function buttons
can be printed on photo quality paper using
the template provided with the PC
Configuration Tool.
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A
B
C
Figure 37 – Slide-In Label Locations
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4 Standby Battery Calculations
Item
Qty
Quiescent Condition
Alarm Condition
A
B
Each Unit
Total Amperes
(Units x Qty)
Each Unit
Total Amperes
(Units x Qty)
Panel Type:
DX1e
DX2e
DX4e
Printer Option
0.110
0.140
0.180
0.020
0.180
0.220
0.270
0.0201(0.250)
Auxiliary Current3
(Maximum 0.25 Amps total auxiliary
24V DC Supply)
(Maximum 0.25 Amps total auxiliary
24V DC Supply)
ZXr-A (Active Repeater)
ZXr-P (Passive Repeater)
ZXR5B (Active Repeater)
ZXR4B (Passive Repeater)
All Other
0.060
0.060
0.125
0.125
0.100
0.100
0.150
0.150
Sensor Current2
Loop 1
Loop 2
Loop 3
Loop 4
Sounder Outputs4
Sounder 1 Load
Sounder 2 Load
Total B5 =
Total A =
Standby Period
Total C
Total A x 24 =
Alarm Period
Ah
Total B x 0.5 =
Total D
Ah
Battery Ah (C + D) x 1.256 =
Ah
NOTE: The Loop and Battery Calculator Function provided with the PC Configuration Tool enables this
calculation to be performed automatically.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Alarm current is same as quiescent current except when printing. Figure in brackets shows the short term current required
whilst printing – ensure that the panel can support this current from the maximum panel load.
Quiescent Current – Refer to the manufacturers’ published data sheets for the supply current required by each device
installed on the loop in normal mode. Calculate the total current required by all devices installed. Take into account the
figures quoted for whether the device LED flashes when the device is addressed.
Alarm Current – Refer to the manufacturers’ published data sheets for the supply current required by each device
installed on the loop in alarm mode. Calculate the total current required by all devices installed. The panel will turn on the
LED indicators of the first four sensors that register an alarm. Refer to the manufacturers’ published data sheets for the
LED current. Ensure the total alarm current does not exceed the power output capability of the loop driver circuit – refer to
the specifications section for this value.
Adjustment factors – The panel employs a voltage booster circuit to step the battery voltage up to the required loop
voltage. This results in losses and must be accounted for in the calculations. Multiply the calculated loop current by 1.5 to
determine the current drawn from the batteries.
Typical quiescent and alarm mode currents are quoted. Refer to the documentation supplied with the unit for the supply
current requirements in all operating modes and supply voltages. Ensure that the total load across each and all outputs
does not exceed the specified maximum. Refer to the specification section for these values.
Ensure that the total load across each and all outputs does not exceed the specified maximum. Refer to the specification
section for these values.
Ensure that the total panel load does not exceed the specified maximum. Refer to the specification section for these
values.
The sum of the overall panel quiescent and alarm figures should be multiplied by a derating factor of 1.25. This is to take
into account aging of the batteries.
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5 Maintenance
5.1
Maintenance Schedule
•
The following Maintenance routines as recommended in prEN54-14 or BS5839-1 2002 should be
adopted.
5.1.1 EN54-14 Recommendations
5.1.1.1
•
The user should check the following:
1.
The panel should indicate normal operation & if not the fault should be recorded in a logbook &
reported to the servicing organization.
2.
Any faults previously reported have received attention.
5.1.1.2
•
Monthly Attention
The user should check the following:
1.
Any stand-by generators should be started and fuel levels checked.
2.
At least one call point or detector (from different zones each month) should be operated to test the
fire panel and any connected alarm/ warning devices.
3.
Where permissible, any link to the fire brigade or remote manned centre should be operated.
•
Any faults should be recorded in the log book & corrective action taken as soon as possible.
5.1.1.3
•
Quarterly Attention
The service organization should arrange to test the following:
1.
Check entries in the logbook & inspect the panel’s log, taking appropriate remedial action where
necessary.
2.
Examine all battery connections.
3.
Check the alarm, fault and ancillary functions of the control and indicating equipment.
4.
Visually inspect the control and indicating equipment for any moisture ingress or other
deterioration.
5.
Enquire if any structural alterations have been made which could affect the operation of call points,
detectors or sounders, if so carry out a visual inspection.
•
Any defects should be recorded in the logbook and corrective action taken as soon as possible.
5.1.1.4
•
•
Daily Attention
Yearly Attention
The service organization should arrange to test the following:
1.
Carry out the test & inspection routines recommended daily, monthly & quarterly.
2.
“Walk Test” the system and check that each detector operates in accordance with the
manufacturers recommendations.
3.
Visually inspect all cable fittings and ensure equipment is secure, undamaged and adequately
protected.
4.
Examine and test all batteries NB: Note the expected operating life shown in Section 5.2.3.
Any defects should be recorded in the logbook and corrective action taken as soon as possible.
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5.1.2 BS5839-1: 2002 Recommendations
5.1.2.1
•
Daily Attention
The user should check the following:
1.
The panel should indicate normal operation & if not the fault should be recorded in a logbook &
reported to the servicing organization.
2.
Any faults previously reported have received attention.
5.1.2.2
•
Weekly Attention
The user should check the following:
1.
Every week, at approximately the same time each week, a manual call point should be operated
during normal working hours. Check that the system responds to the fire alarm and turns on
appropriate alarm outputs. Where permissible, any link to the fire brigade or remote manned centre
should also be operated.
2.
A different manual call point shall be used each week so that ALL manual call points are exercised
in rotation.
5.1.2.3
•
Monthly Attention
The user should check the following:
1.
5.1.2.4
Any stand-by generators should be started and fuel levels checked.
Quarterly / Annual Inspection and Service
!
BS5839
BS5839-1: 2002
•
A periodic Inspection and Servicing Maintenance Schedule
should be followed.
Clause 45
•
The aim is to provide a complete check and test of the entire
fire alarm system within a 12-month period.
•
Refer to BS5839-1: 2002 for the recommended list of checks
and tests.
Inspection and Service.
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Replacement of Components
•
All components used in the control panel have been chosen for high reliability and long life. The
manufacturers’ data on the following items indicates that they may have a life expectancy of less than
15 years and so may need to be replaced in the future.
5.2.1 Lithium Standby battery
CAUTION: A Lithium Battery is used for Clock Retention (Models DX2 and DX4).
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF THE BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. Dispose
of used batteries responsibly and in accordance with any local regulations.
Replace only with the same (CR2025) or equivalent type. Contact Sales to order spare
parts.
Manufactures expected shelf life
-
In excess of 10 Years
Recommended replacement
-
10 years.
5.2.2 Liquid Crystal Alphanumeric Display
Manufacturers expected life
-
In excess of 10 Years.
Recommended replacement
-
When the display becomes difficult to read.
•
The LED backlit liquid crystal display gives a life that is significantly better than most other display
technologies. The contrast of the LCD will gradually deteriorate as this part ages. This item can
therefore be changed when normal contrast starts to fade. Replace the complete Display Card.
5.2.3 Standby Batteries
Manufacturers expected life
-
3-5 years at an ambient temperature of 20 Celsius, NB life decreases
approximately 50% for every 10° Celsius increase in temperature.
Recommended service
-
Contact Battery manufacturer / supplier
Recommended Suppliers
Types
-
Yuasa
7AH
12AH
17AH
Model#: NP7-12
Model#: NP12-12
Model#: NP17-12
Before installation.
New Batteries may require ‘top charging’ prior to being put into service. Refer to battery
manufacturer information for confirmation of this requirement.
Yuasa recommend top charging at 28.8V DC for 15 – 20 hours for batteries up to 6 months
old from data of manufacture.
It is normal for lead-acid type batteries to discharge hydrogen whilst being charged. The
panel is adequately ventilated to dissipate this hydrogen.
DO NOT seal the panel enclosure or mount the panel in a sealed enclosure or cavity.
Dispose of batteries in a responsible manner and in accordance with any local
regulations.
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5.2.4 Base Card
5.2.4.1
•
Introduction
The two base cards are formed with tabs on
the bottom edge. See figure opposite for an
example.
•
These tabs are designed to fit into slots in
the metalwork support bracket within the
enclosure.
•
They support the lower edge and ensure
correct positioning of the card within the
enclosure.
1-Loop
Base Card
TABS
Figure 38 – Base Card Tabs
Ensure that all power is turned off and
disconnected before proceeding.
5.2.4.2
•
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Single Loop Base Card
To replace the 1-Loop Base Card:
Unplug the ribbon cable (A) connecting the
display card to the base card and unplug the
power input cable (B). (Unplug the ribbon
cable from the printer assembly if fitted –
see below). Unplug all installation wiring.
Remove the five M3 Pan Head Screws (C)
securing the base card to the back box and
store in a safe place for re-use.
Carefully Lift the base card and remove from
the enclosure.
Take the new base card and carefully guide
the tabs into the slots in the support bracket.
Replace the M3 Screws and refit all cables.
C
B
1-Loop
Base Card
A
Figure 39 – Replacing the 1-Loop Base Card
5.2.4.3
•
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Two / Four Loop Base Card
To replace the 2/4-Loop Base Card:
Unplug the ribbon cable (A) connecting the
display card to the base card and unplug the
power input cable (B). Unplug the ribbon
cable (D) connecting the printer module if
fitted. Unplug all installation wiring.
Remove the six M3 Pan Head Screws (C)
securing the base card to the back box and
store in a safe place for re-use.
Carefully Lift the base card and remove from
the enclosure.
Take the new base card and carefully guide
the tabs into the slots in the support bracket.
Replace the M3 Screws and refit all cables.
C
2-Loop
Base Card
B
A
D
2-Loop PlugIn Card
(DX4 Models
Only)
Figure 40 – Replacing the 2/4-Loop Base Card
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•
a)
b)
c)
d)
MORLEY-IAS
Two Loop Plug-In Card
To replace the 2/4-Loop Plug-In Card:
Remove the base card as above.
Carefully remove the plug-in card from the
base card. It is connected via two
connectors (A) and two plastic spacers (B).
Take the new plug-in card and carefully plug
onto the base card ensuring that the
connectors are correctly aligned and the
spacers are fitted.
Refit the complete base card assembly as
above.
B
A
B
2-Loop
Base Card
2-Loop PlugIn Card
Figure 41 – Replacing the 2-Loop Plug-in Card
5.2.5 Display Card
Ensure that all power is turned off and disconnected before proceeding.
•
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
To replace the Display Card:
Unplug the optional key-switch connector (A)
if fitted.
Unplug the ribbon cable (B) connecting the
display card to the base card.
Remove the eight M3 Pan Head Screws (C)
and store in a safe place for re-use.
Remove the display card.
Take the new display card and remove the
protective film covering the Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD), if present.
Fit the display in the reverse order to above.
Check that all switches, LED Indicators and
the LCD operate using the self-test functions
– refer to User Manual 996-148.
A
Display Card
C
B
Figure 42 – Replacing the Display Card
5.2.6 Spare Parts List
1 Loop Base Card
2 Loop Base Card
2 Loop Plug-In Card
Display Card
Lithium Battery (CR2025)
796-150
796-151
796-152
796-153
506-064
Key-Switch Option
Spare Keys (Quantity 5)
Printer Option
Paper Roll
795-083
795-084
795-085
070-010
PC Interface Lead
Engineers SPK (Software
Programming Kit - CD)
795-080
795-082
EOL Resistor (6800Ω) with 6” leads
EOL Resistor (150 Ω) with 6” leads
170-073-682
170-073-151
Bezel (for small enclosure)
Bezel (for medium enclosure)
Bezel (for large enclosure)
797-066
797-067
797-068
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6 Controls and Indications
Alphanumeric Liquid
Crystal Display
Navigation Keys
Optional Key-switch
Control Keys
F1
1
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
1
7
PQRS
System Status LED
Indicators
F2
8
9
TUV
WXYZ
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
ZONE FIRE LED
Indicators
WORD
Numeric Keypad
(Program / Interactive
keys)
Optional Printer
EN
N5
54
44
21
19
99
97
7
E
Figure 43 – Typical Controls and Indications
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6.1
The diagram above shows the controls and indications on the DX2e-40MP model. This is typical for
all models. For detailed information refer to the User Manual (996-148).
User Control Levels
6.1.1 Level Definition
•
The DX1e, DX2e and DX4e Fire Alarm Control Panels have three user control levels.
•
At all three levels, the LED Displays indicate the condition of the installation, the Zone LED Displays
indicate the location of any fire alarm and the alphanumeric display gives more detailed fire alarm,
fault, and test or disablement information.
•
At USER LEVEL 1, all the displays are functional but the front panel control keys are inhibited.
•
At USER LEVEL 2, all front panel controls are functional and some system operation parameters and
functions can be changed. User Level 2 is reached by entering a password from level 1.
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At USER LEVEL 3, all front panel controls are functional and full system configuration and
programming is possible. User Level 3 is reached by entering a password from either Level 1 or Level
2. User Level 3 is for use by the system installer / maintenance contractor.
EN54-2 5.1
EN54
Viewing
Suppressed
Information.
9
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All of the mandatory indications that may not be suppressed during a
fire alarm condition are shown using Light Emitting (LED) Indicators.
Fire Alarms are shown using LED Indicators for each zone.
•
It is possible to view all other conditions such as points in fire, faults,
zones in test and disablement conditions using the navigation (arrow)
keys at Level 1.
6.1.2 Passwords
•
Up to ten USER LEVEL 2 pass-codes can be programmed into the panel. The default pass-code is
1234.
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The USER LEVEL 3 pass-code is 9898. This cannot be changed.
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6.1.3 List of Device Abbreviations
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The following table gives a list of the device (point) abbreviations shown on the alphanumeric display.
Abbreviation Description
CO
Carbon Monoxide Detector
FLM
Flame Detector
ION
Ionisation Smoke Detector
I/O
Input / Output Module
LSR
Laser Smoke Detector
MCP
Manual Call Point
MLT
Multi-Criteria Detector
MON
Monitored Input
OPT
Optical Smoke Detector
RLY
Relay
SDR
Sounder / Bell
TMP
Temperature Detector
ZMX
Zone Monitor Module
Table 4 – Device Type Abbreviations
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7 Programming
7.1
Introduction
•
The basic operation and configuration parameters of the panel can be very simply and easily
programmed using a WIZARD.
•
Alternatively, it can be programmed manually or can be programmed using the Dimension PC
Configuration Tool.
•
When the panel is first powered on or after a “wipe memory” is performed and the panel then
switched off/on, the panel prompts for whether the wizard should be used. The display cycles
between the following two displays:
Dimension Fire Alarm Control Panel
Press 9 to start installation wizard
Dimension Fire Alarm Control Panel
Press X to skip Wizard & set up manually
•
Press the 9 key to select the wizard option.
•
Press the X key to skip the wizard and program manually or by using the PC Configuration Tool.
7.1.1 Memory Lock
•
The entire site-specific configuration programming parameters, history log and other information is
stored in non-volatile EEPROM devices.
•
The site-specific configuration programming parameters are protected from change using a memory
lock Jumper Link (J2). This prevents inadvertent changes to the configuration settings. The display
will show if the memory lock is closed and that the panel cannot store changes.
Memory is Locked !
•
To unlock the memory, place the jumper link on the two
lower pins of the header J2.
•
See diagrams opposite.
•
The Jumper link J2 is located to the top left of the base
card – see diagram below.
J2
Memory
Locked
Memory
Open
Figure 44 – Memory Lock Jumper
PC Tool
Connector
Flash
Program
Memory
Lock
J2
MEMORY
To lock the memory, place the jumper link on the two
upper pins of the header J2.
MEMORY
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1-Loop
Base Card
Figure 45 – Position of Memory Lock and Flash Jumpers
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7.1.2 Updating Software
•
The operating software for both the panel and the loop drivers are held in flash memory. The software
can be updated using a PC and the PC Upload / Download lead (P/N 795-080).
•
Further information will be provided with any
software upgrade kit.
•
The Jumper Link (J1) enables or disables
this function.
•
See diagrams opposite.
•
The Jumper link J1 is located to the top left
of the base card.
J1
FLASH
PROG
FLASH
PROG
J1
ENA
DIS
Normal
Operation
ENA
DIS
Software Update
Enabled
7.1.3 Text Entry
•
There are many instances where text can be entered. For example, these include a text entry to
describe the location of each zone, a text entry to describe the location of each loop device, etc.
•
These texts can be entered manually through the front panel keys or via the Dimension PC
Configuration Tool. In manual programming, the method for each of these is identical and is
described below.
7.1.3.1
•
Keypad
The number keypad is used for programming texts and the method is
based on typical mobile telephone practice.
•
Letters and numbers are assigned to each button as shown opposite.
•
In addition, the number ‘1’ key also provides ‘space’ and hyphen ‘-‘
characters. The number ‘0’ key also provides a list of words as
follows:
•
Words – NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST, WING, ROOM, FLOOR,
CORRIDOR, RECEPTION, STAIRCASE, LANDING & BASEMENT.
•
•
7.1.3.2
•
1
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
These keywords provide a simple way to enter common words
without having to enter all of the letters individually.
0
The first press of a key will bring up the first available letter / number /
word. Press again until the correct number, letter or word is shown. If
another key is pressed or if no button is pressed for about 2-seconds,
the display will automatically move onto the next position in the text
string.
WORD
Display
The display format for all text entries is shown below.
]
←:Previous
1:Space/ comma etc
→:Next
2-9:A-Z
9:Done
[NORTH WEST WING
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The existing text string, if any, is shown at the left-hand side of the top row between the [ ] brackets. A
cursor ( _ ) shows the position of the character to be edited. On entry, the cursor is always at the first
character.
•
Press the ÍÎ keys to move the cursor to a particular character in the string. The cursor wraps
around from position 20 to position 1 and vice versa.
•
Use the number keypad, as describe above, to enter the required text.
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7.2
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Press the 9 key to confirm the changes and exit back to the previous menu display. Press the X key
to exit without changes.
Programming using the Wizard
•
The Wizard automatically enables the basic configuration parameters to be programmed in the
recommended step-by-step approach.
•
There are 6 steps to the process and these will configure the time and date, device protocol, loop
device settings and zone text.
•
It is possible to program as much or as little as is required when using the Wizard. Press the 9 key to
confirm and move onto the next step. Press the ‘X’ key to cancel or return to a previous step in the
process.
•
At each step, the display flashes up a description of the configuration task to be performed and
additional guidance information. This is presented on the display for 3 seconds before moving onto
the corresponding configuration display.
Ensure that the memory lock is OPEN.
7.2.1 Step 1 (Time)
Guidance Display:
Step 1 –Enter Time in the 24 hour clock
using numeric keypad
9:Next Step
Configuration Display:
Current Time = 14:48 (24 hour)
Enter new time = --:--
X:Back
9:Next Step
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Use the number keys to enter the current time. Press the 9 key to confirm the entry. The numbers
pressed are echoed on the display. If an incorrect number has been entered, press Í key to
backspace and erase the incorrect digit.
•
If the time entered is an invalid time, the display will re-prompt for entry of the time. If the time is valid,
the display will confirm the new time. For example:
Current Time = 16:22 (24 hour)
X:Back
9:Next Step
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Press the 9 key to move onto Step 2.
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7.2.2 Step 2 (Date)
Guidance Display:
Step 1 –Enter the Date as Day:Month:Year
using numeric keypad
9:Next Step
Configuration Display:
Current Date = 15/05/03
Enter new date = --/--/--
X:Back
9:Next Step
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Use the number keys to enter the current time. Press the 9 key to confirm the entry. The numbers
pressed are echoed on the display. If an incorrect number has been entered, press Í key to
backspace and erase the incorrect digit.
•
If the date entered is an invalid date, the display will re-prompt for entry of the date. If the date is
valid, the display will confirm the new date. For example:
Current Date = 17/06/03
X:Back
9:Next Step
•
Press the 9 key to move onto Step 3.
7.2.3 Step 3 (Device Manufacturer)
Guidance Display:
Step 1 –Select Device manufacturer
9:Next Step
Configuration Display:
Device Manufacturer =
←→:Change
7.2.3.1
X:Back
MIAS
9:Next Step
Protocol Selection
•
Press the ÍÎ keys to select the manufacturer of the signalling loop devices, from the in-built list,
that are connected to the panel. Each press selects the next available option from MIAS (MorleyIAS), SYSTEM SENSOR, APOLLO and HOCHIKI.
•
When the required option is displayed, press the 9 key. The main microprocessor will now check to
see what software is installed in the loop driver microprocessor. If it is the correct protocol type and
the version of software is up to date, the wizard will move on to learn the devices connected to the
loops. Otherwise, the Wizard will now prompt to update the loop driver as follows:
[Setup]
ULD will be re-programmed !!
Are you sure ?
Product Manual
9:Yes
X:No
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7.2.3.2
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Flashing the Loop Driver Software (ULD)
Press the 9 key to commence the update to the loop driver. The display confirms the update process
showing a status / progress bar on the bottom line.
Flashing ULD – MIAS Protocol
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
•
When the loop driver software update is complete (if required), the panel automatically initialises
(resets) all loop devices. This process is only done if the loop driver protocol has changed. The
display prompts this process as follows:
Initialising Loop Devices
7.2.3.3
•
Learning the devices connected to the loops
The panel then automatically learns the devices connected to each loop in turn. The display confirms
the progress of the learn process showing a status / progress bar on the bottom line (this may require
several passes depending on the number of loops and protocol selected) followed by a summary
screen as follows:
Auto-Learning Loop 1
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
[LEARN]Added:037 Removed:000 Changed:000
↕:Details
X:Exit
Press the ÏÐ keys to view the summary lists for each loop. Check that the numbers listed against each type
match the expected physical installation of devices. The summary for each loop is presented on two displays
showing modules on one display and sensors on the second display. For example:
[Loop1] TOTAL MCP MON SDR RLY OTHERS
↕:More
37
10
00
06
00
X:Exit
[Loop1] TOTAL ION OPT TMP MLT OTHERS
↕:More
37
03
12
06
00
X:Exit
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Press the ‘X’ key to leave this display and return to the next step of the Wizard.
•
Apollo Protocol Note: Refer to section 7.3.6.1.6 for additional auto-learn instructions regarding Apollo
ancillary sounders.
7.2.4 Step 4 (Loop Device Settings)
Guidance Display:
Step 1 –Edit device text description
and zone number
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Configuration Display:
Edit Device settings ?
X:Back
9:Next Step
→:Goto Edit Screen
•
This step allows the basic settings of text description, zone number and group disablement number
parameters to be set.
•
After the learn process; all device texts are blank, all devices are allocated to Zone 01, and all
devices are assigned to Disablement Group 0 (No Disablement Group assigned).
•
Press the 9 key to move onto Step 5 after programming the device settings.
7.2.4.1
•
Edit Device Settings
Press the Î key to show the existing device settings. The first device address on the loop is shown.
For example:
[Device 001 – OPT] Zone-01
“
•
“
←→:Change
7.2.4.2
•
↕:More ←→:Edit
Press the ÏÐ keys to select the required device. Then press either of the ÍÎ keys to edit the
parameters. The display shows the device location text assigned to the selected device. For example:
[Add 010] Text
•
Dis-grp-0
=
↕:More
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Press the ÏÐ keys to select the required option.
Edit Device Location Text
With the text option shown, press either of the Í Î keys to edit the text. The display shows the
current text between the [ ] brackets as follows:
[
←:Previous
]
→:Next
2-9:A-Z
9:Done
1:Space/ comma etc
•
See Section 7.1.3 for how to program the text. When complete, press the 9 key to store the changes.
Repeat for each device as required.
•
Press the 9 key to return to the device selection display.
7.2.4.3
•
Edit Zone Assignment
With the zone number option shown, press either of the Í Î keys to increment or decrement the
zone number.
[Add 010]
←→:Change
Zone
↕:More
=
X:Exit
01
9:Save & Exit
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Press the 9 key to return to the device selection display.
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NOTE: Zone Monitor Modules should always be allocated to a unique zone number.
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7.2.4.4
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•
7.2.4.5
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Edit Group Disable Assignment
With the disablement group option shown, press either of the Í Î keys to change the disablement
group assignment. Each device can be assigned to No Group (0), to Group 1 (1), to Group 2 (2) or to
Both Groups (1+2).
[Add 010]
Disable-Grp =
←→:Change
↕:More
0
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Press the 9 key to return to the device selection display.
Other Information
Other parameters are presented for input and output modules and sounders. These are normally preconfigured to the recommended settings when the devices are learnt. For further information, refer to
Section 7.3.6.1.
7.2.5 Step 5 (Zone Text)
Guidance Display:
Step 1 –Edit zone text, add descriptive
9:Next Step
text to fire zones
Configuration Display:
Edit Zone Text ?
X:Back
9:Next Step
→:Goto Edit Screen
•
This step allows the basic settings of a text description to be set for each zone.
[Zone Text] Zone1
↕:More Zones
•
:
←→:Edit Text
X:Back
Press the ÏÐ keys to select the required zone. The press either of the Í Î keys to edit the text.
The display shows the current text between the [ ] brackets as follows:
[
←:Previous
]
→:Next
2-9:A-Z
9:Done
1:Space/ comma etc
•
See Section 7.1.3 for how to program the text. When complete, press the 9 key to store the changes.
Repeat for each zone as required.
•
Press the 9 key to move onto Step 6.
7.2.6 Step 6 (Complete)
The basic configuration settings have now been programmed and the Installation Wizard is complete. The
display shows the following:
Installation Wizard Complete.
X:Back
Press 9 to Finish
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Press the 9 key to finish. The panel then ensures that all changes are stored correctly.
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Saving Changes !
Remember to LOCK the memory.
The display automatically returns to the normal system displays and the panel is providing fire coverage for the
premises. For example:
Thu 15/05/2003 16:50:42
*All devices are inside working limits*
<FIRES>
:0
DISABLED:0
Product Manual
FAULTS
:0
←↕→:Select
IN TEST
:0
9:Details
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7.3
Dimension Series
Programming Manually
7.3.1 Selecting the Commission Option
•
Firstly, select Level 2 Menu functions (refer to the User Manual for further information). The display
then shows the Level 2 Menu as follows:
[U0 ]
1:Commission
2:Test
4:Disable/Enable
•
3:Clock
5:View Mode
To select the Commission mode functions, press ‘1’. The display will then prompt for entry of the
Level 3 pass-code.
COMMISSION MODE ACCESS
Enter Level 3 passcode
•
←:BackSp
Enter the Level 3 pass-code and press ‘9’ to confirm. The display then shows the Level 3 Menu
Options as follows:
[S1 COMM]
1:Setup
3:Loop(s)
•
_
2:Local-Outputs
4:Zones
5:Normal
↕:More
Press the ÏÐ keys to view page 2 of the commission menu options.
[S1 COMM]
6:Access
7:Advanced
↕:More
•
NOTE: If the Level 3 pass-code is used to confirm entry to the Level 2 Menu options, the panel is
already in Level 3 access mode and will not prompt for entry of the Level 3 pass-code when the
Commission option is selected.
•
Press ‘5’ to exit the commissioning functions and return the panel to ‘Normal’ operation. The Level 2
menu display will then be shown.
7.3.2 Recommended Step by Step Programming Guide
•
The following is the recommended basic sequence for programming the panel manually.
Step 1:
Select the protocol and other general set-up options.
Step 2:
Learn the loops and program the parameters for the loop devices.
Step 3:
Enter the Zone Text
Step 4:
Configure the pattern logic and assign the required logic to the outputs.
Step 5:
Configure any advanced settings including detection modes and timers, internal inputs and any
special panel logic.
Step 6:
Assign and enter any Level 2 pass-codes required by the user.
Step 7:
Enter the correct date and time.
Step 8:
Return the panel to normal operation.
Ensure that the memory lock is OPEN before programming.
Remember to lock the memory when programming is complete.
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7.3.3 Overview of the Menu Structure
Item
1
Menu Option
Set-up
Sub Option
--
Description
Configure general system parameters including:
Loop driver protocol, time-outs, date format, device blinking, name
and telephone number, service due date, number of repeaters,
detector automatic test / calibrate time, log diagnostic mode,
disablement LED operation.
2
Local Outputs
--
Configure operation of the panel outputs including:
Sounders, relays, function LED indicators.
Options to configure logic pattern, whether outputs can pulse, can
be silenced and will operate on sound alarms.
3
Loop(s)
Edit Devices
Configure loop devices including:
Location text, zone assignment and disablement group
assignment along with other device specific parameters.
Learn
Configure what devices are connected to the loop.
4
Zones
--
Configure the location text per zone.
5
Normal
--
Return to normal operation.
6
Access
User
Configure the passwords for Level 2 access.
-7
Advanced
On-board Inputs
Configure the five on-board inputs including:
Zone and group assignment and input action.
Logic
Configure the criteria for turning on outputs including:
Pattern logic and logic associated with panel states.
Detection Modes
Configure the type of mode in operation including:
Stage 1/2 Delayed mode, Alarm Sensitivity and Alarm Verification.
Also permits entry of sensitivity levels and timers.
7-Day Timers
Configure the timers associated with the detection mode selected.
Fourteen independent timers can be set.
System
Configure system parameters including:
Clock Drift Compensation (Crystal), LCD Viewing Angle / Contrast
and Wipe Memory.
Printer option
Enable / disable printer.
Table 5 – Menu Structure Overview
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The following sections detail the programming for each menu option.
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7.3.4 Set-Up Options
•
On selection of the set-up options, the first of the available options is shown on the display is as
follows:
Date Format = dd/mm/yyyy
←→:Change
↕:More
X:Exit
Press the ÍÎ keys to change the setting for the displayed option.
•
Press the ÏÐ keys to select a different option.
•
Press the ‘9’ to confirm all changes made.
•
Press the ‘X’ key to exit without making any changes
•
The available options are listed in the table below:
Date Format
Default
Setting
Options
Description
DD/MM/YYYY
DD/MM/YYYY
Configure the presentation of the ‘Date’ on the display and
printing.
MM/DD/YYYY
2
9:Save & Exit
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Option
Title
1
[Setup]
Level 1 scroll
This option is only shown when Level 1 display = by
event (see (3) below):
st
st
1 fire only
st
Level 1 display shows 1 fire only.
st
Level 1 display scrolls between 1 fire and last fire.
1 fire only
1 and last fire
first 4 fires
all fires
3
4
Level 1 display
EN54
Disablement
LED
zonal
1997
Menu Timeout
Period
2 minutes
Level 1 display scrolls through first 4 fires.
Level 1 display scrolls through all fires
zonal
Level 1 display shows a status summary of the number of
zones in alarm, fault, disablement or test. Manual
intervention is required for more detailed point information.
by event
Level 1 display auto-scrolls though detailed point
information. NOT EN54 COMPLIANT in this mode.
1997
Disablement LED is illuminated when delays to outputs are
programmed.
2001
5
st
0 – 60 minutes
Disablement LED is illuminated when delays to outputs are
disabled.
If a button is not pressed within the timeout selected, the
panel will automatically exit Level 2 or Level 3 menu
functions and revert to the normal display.
Setting a time of 0 disables the timer and the menu
functions are permanently enabled.
6
Control Key
Timeout
5 minutes
0 – 60 minutes
If a button is not pressed within the timeout selected, the
panel will automatically cancel Level 2 control key access.
Setting a timeout of 0 disables the timer and the control
keys are permanently enabled. NOT EN54 COMPLIANT in
this mode.
7
Loop Protocol
MIAS
APOLLO
HOCHIKI
MIAS
SYSTEM
SENSOR
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Select the detector loop signalling protocol to be used in all
loop drivers in this panel.
If the protocol is changed, the panel will automatically
program the loop driver microprocessors with the required
software.
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8
Diagnostic Mode
MORLEY-IAS
OFF
ON
ON stores additional information in the log and false alarm
suppression algorithms are by-passed.
OFF
OFF stores the basic confirmed fire, fault and other events
in the log.
9
Auto High Test
DISABLED
DISABLED
An automatic test of loop devices can be scheduled. This
tests the detectors for fire response by sending a fire test
command to the devices.
ENABLED
00:00 – 23:59
If the test is enabled, the time that the test takes place can
be programmed.
Apollo Xplorer devices do not support this function and the
function should be disabled if one or more Xplorer devices
are connected.
Not applicable to Hochiki.
10
No. of
Repeaters
0
0 – 16
Determines how many active (or addressed) repeaters are
connected to the RS485 Communications link.
11
Next Service
Due
01/01/00
Date
User Information. Set next service due date based on
agreed maintenance schedule. User can view this
information along with the Site Name Reference and phone
number of the service provider.
12
Name
Blank
20 character
text
User Information. Configure text for Site Reference Name
to be used when the user contacts the service /
maintenance contractor.
13
Phone
Blank
20 character
text
User Information. Configure text for phone number of
service / maintenance provider.
14
Device Blinking
ON
ON
Determines if the LED on the detector shall flash when the
panel polls the device.
OFF
Not applicable to Apollo Xplorer or XP95– these devices
cannot be configured to flash their LED.
Not applicable to Hochiki devices.
Table 6 – General Set-Up Options
7.3.5 Local Outputs
•
The criteria by which the panel sounder, programmable relay and function LED indicator outputs turn
on or off can be programmed.
•
Select Option ‘2’ from the main commission menu. The display shows the settings for sounder 1.
[Sounder 1 ]Patt: 1 Pulse:Y Evac:Y Sil:Y
←→:Change
↕:More
X:Exit
•
Press the ÏÐ keys to select a different output.
•
Press the ÍÎ keys to change the setting for the displayed output. The display then shows:
Sounder 1
←→:Change
•
Pattern = 1
↕:More
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Press the ÏÐ keys to select a different option from the assigned ringing pattern, whether the output
can be pulsed, whether the output will turn on when the SOUND ALARMS key is pressed and
whether the output can be silenced when the SILENCE / RESOUND key is pressed.
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7.3.5.1
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Pattern Assignment
Each output can be assigned to turn on in accordance with a set of rules (Logic) depending on where
a fire or plant warning condition occurs (refer to Section 7.3.9.2 for details of pattern programming).
Up to 20 patterns (patterns 1 – 20) can be programmed in the panel. Each output is then assigned to
one of these patterns.
Sounder 1
←→:Change
Pattern = 1
↕:More
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
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Pattern ‘1’ is the default pattern assigned to all outputs.
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Pattern ‘0’ means that the output does not respond to pattern zone logic.
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Press the ÍÎ keys to change the assigned pattern. The display will cycle through the possible
number (0 – 20). When the required pattern is displayed, press the 9 key to confirm and save the
change.
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NOTE: Assigning Pattern ‘0’ to the Function LED Indicators will cause the LED to turn on and off in
conjunction with the pressing of the corresponding Function Key. Refer to Section 7.3.9.1 for details
of function key programming.
7.3.5.2
Can Pulse?
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This parameter determines whether the output can be turned on in a pulsed mode.
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By default, all local outputs are set so that pulsing is possible. If the pattern is set to pulse for a
specific zone input condition, the output will turn on / off at a rate of 1-second on / 1-second off.
Sounder 1
←→:Change
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7.3.5.3
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•
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Respond to Evacuate?
This parameter determines whether the output will turn on when the SOUND ALARMS key is
pressed. It should also be set true if the output is required to turn on for a Class Change.
←→:Change
7.3.5.4
↕:More
Press the ÍÎ keys to change the option. Each press toggles the setting. Press the 9 key to confirm
and save the change.
Sounder 1
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Can Pulse ? : [Y]
Respond to Evacuate ? : [Y]
↕:More
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Press the ÍÎ keys to change the option. Each press toggles the setting. Press the 9 key to confirm
and save the change.
Respond to Silence?
This parameter determines whether the output will turn off / on when the SILENCE / RESOUND key
is pressed.
Sounder 1
←→:Change
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Press the ÍÎ keys to change the option. Each press toggles the setting. Press the 9 key to confirm
and save the change.
7.3.6 Loops
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The panel can automatically learn the devices on each of the loops. Once learnt, the basic settings
for each device on the loop can be programmed.
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Press ‘3’ to select the loops menu option. The display will then show a new menu as follows. (Note: If
the panel is equipped with 2 or 4 loops, the panel will first prompt for selection of the loop).
[
Loop]
1:Edit Devices
2:Learn
3:Calibrate
7.3.6.1
Edit Devices
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The information that can be programmed for the device depends on the type of device. The basic
information available for all devices consist of; a 20-character location text, the assigned zone and
the assigned disablement group. For input devices, such as monitor modules, the action and whether
the input is latching can be programmed. For output devices, such as sounders or relays, the ringing
pattern and other parameters can be programmed. If the unit has both an input and an output circuit,
then all programmable options are shown. Note: There are special options for specific protocol
devices. These are detailed in a dedicated section below.
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Press ‘1’ to select the edit devices function.
[Device 001 – OPT] Zone-01
“
“
Dis-grp-0
↕:More ←→:Edit
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Press the ÏÐ keys to select the required device. (Note: The Ï key skips to the next address where a
device has been learnt. The Ð key decrements the address by one.)
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Press the ÍÎ keys to change the settings on the selected device.
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The address ranges for loop devices are as follows:
MORLEY-IAS / SYSTEM SENSOR
APOLLO
HOCHIKI
7.3.6.1.1
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Detectors
Modules
Detectors and Modules
Detectors and Modules
001 – 099
101 – 199
001 – 126
001 – 127
Edit Device Location Text
With the text option shown, press either of the Í Î keys to edit the text. The display shows the
current text between the [ ] brackets as follows:
[
←:Previous
]
→:Next
2-9:A-Z
9:Done
1:Space/ comma etc
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See Section 7.1.3 for how to program the text. When complete, press the 9 key to store the changes.
Repeat for each device as required.
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Press the 9 key to save changes and return to the device selection display.
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7.3.6.1.2
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Edit Zone Assignment
With the zone number option shown, press either of the Í Î keys to increment or decrement the
zone number.
[Add 010]
←→:Change
Zone
↕:More
=
X:Exit
01
9:Save & Exit
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Press the 9 key to save changes and return to the device selection display.
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NOTE: Zone Monitor Modules should always be allocated to a unique zone number.
7.3.6.1.3
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Edit Group Disable Assignment
With the disablement group option shown, press either of the Í Î keys to change the disablement
group assignment. Each device can be assigned to No Group (0), to Group 1 (1), to Group 2 (2) or to
Both Groups (1+2).
[Add 010]
Disable-Grp =
←→:Change
↕:More
X:Exit
0
9:Save & Exit
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Press the 9 key to save changes and return to the device selection display.
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Refer to the User Manual (Document 996-148-000) on how to enable and disable a group.
7.3.6.1.4
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Input Controls
Additional options are presented for input devices such as monitor and zone monitor modules and for
the input circuit of a combined input / output module. Use the ÏÐ keys to view the following options.
[Add 108]
I/P Action =
[Add 108]
Latching ?
Fire
=
Y
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The following table defines each of the possible input actions and whether it is recommended that this
should be set to latching or non-latching.
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The setting for the Latching parameter will be automatically set to the recommended value when the
input action is changed.
Action
No Action
Latching
Comments
Process
Pattern
Logic
---
The input has no effect irrespective of its input condition.
X
Y
Generates a fire alarm from the assigned zone. Bells will ring in
accordance with the programmed patterns.
9
N
Generates a bomb (fire) alarm from the assigned zone. Bells will
ring in accordance with the programmed patterns.
9
Fault
N
Generates a fault warning condition from the assigned zone
X
Security
N
Generates a fault condition from the assigned zone.
X
Plant Warning
N
Generates a plant alarm condition from the assigned zone.
9
N
Generates a Silence action to silence the outputs on the transition
from a normal to an active input condition.
X
Fire
Bomb Alert
Silence
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N
Generates a Reset action to reset the panel on the transition from
a normal to an active input condition.
X
N
Generates an Evacuate action to turn on the sounders on the
transition from a normal to an active input condition.
X
N
Processes the pattern logic and operates outputs without
generating a fire or fault condition.
9
Class Change
N
Rings the bells.
X
Detect Mode
N
Overrides the 7-day timer to turn on / off the detection mode.
X
Level 2
Access
N
Enables Level 2 access to control keys and Level 2 menu
options.
X
EXT PSU
Fault
N
The fault output from an external power supply can be monitored.
X
Reset
Evacuate
Transparent
Table 7 – Input Parameter Options
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Use the Í Î keys to change the settings.
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Note: FIRE input action should always be set to Latching (except in special circumstances).
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Note: ‘Level 2 Access’ input action should always be set to Non-latching to prevent the possibility that
the panel could be left in Level 2 Access for longer than necessary.
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These inputs should be installed using MCP or Interrupt type devices. The response using MON type
inputs will be slow (up to 30-seconds) and may be unacceptable, as the panel has to scan for active
inputs for certain device protocols.
EN54-2
EN54
N/A
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The operation of a “Class Change” input MUST be restricted to
LEVEL 2 ACCESS only. Install accordingly using a key switch
to activate or locate in a restricted area.
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An input used for Level 2 access control must be installed
using a key-switch. The key should only be removable in the off
(Level 1) position.
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This input can be available at Level 1 or Level 2. Use a keyswitch. The key should only be removable in the off (day mode
inactive) position.
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These inputs must be installed using a key-switch. The keyswitch should be of the momentary type with spring return.
Class Change via
Loop Inputs
Level 2 Access via
Loop Inputs
Detect Mode via
Loop Inputs
Silence, Reset,
Evacuate, Bomb
Alert and Security
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7.3.6.1.5
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Output Controls
Additional options are presented for output devices such as sounder and relay modules. Use the ÏÐ
keys to view the following options.
[Add 108]
O/P Pattern =
01
[Add 108]
Silence ?
=
Y
[Add 108]
Evacuate ? =
Y
[Add 108]
Can Pulse? =
Y
[Add 108]
Sounder?
=
Y
[Add 108]
Monitored? =
Y
[Add 108]
Tone
=
01
[Add 108]
Volume
=
05
[Add 108]
Brightness =
10
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Use the Í Î keys to change the settings.
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Refer to Section 7.3.5 for information on pattern assignment, silence, evacuate and pulse options.
These are the same as for local (on-board) outputs.
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The ‘Sounder’ and ‘Monitored’ options are normally pre-configured when the devices are learnt.
These can be changed, however, to suit specific installation requirements.
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The ‘Sounder’ setting selects between a Sounder type output (Y) and a Relay type output (N). The
‘Monitored’ setting selects between an end-of-line monitored type output (Y) or a dry-contact type
relay output (N). Depending on the settings selected, the outputs can be disabled with the user
disablement function to disable sounders / disable other relay and control outputs.
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The following table gives recommended settings for specific options.
Output
SDR
RLY
CTL
Comments
Sounder
Monitor
Silence
Evacuate
Pulse
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
True sounder / bell output –
outputs will be disabled when
sounders are disabled.
N
Dry contact type relay output –
output wiring is not monitored –
outputs will be disabled when
other / CTL outputs are
disabled. See ‘Hochiki Specific
Information’ below.
Y
Monitored relay output – output
wiring is monitored for short /
open circuits – outputs will be
disabled when other / CTL
outputs are disabled.
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Table 8 – Output Parameter Options
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NOTE: Do not set a dry-contact relay type output to be monitored – this may cause a fault condition
to be registered at the panel depending on the protocol and type of device. The exception to this is for
combined input / output modules where the input circuit should be monitored.
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The ‘Tone’ and ‘Volume’ settings are only applicable to specific Hochiki sounders – see below.
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The ‘Brightness’ setting is only applicable to the Hochiki CHQ-ARI device – this can be in the range
1-10, 10 being brightest.
7.3.6.1.5.1
Morley-IAS / System Sensor Specific Information
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The pulse option cannot be reliably used to provide a synchronised pulsed output with loop sounders.
The sounders are turned on and off on an individual basis.
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When using the pulse option, care should be taken to ensure that no more than 25 loop output
devices can be pulsing at any one time. This ensures that device polling is maintained and that all
pulsed devices pulse as expected.
7.3.6.1.5.2
Apollo Specific Information
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The panel supports the global pulse synchronisation command for the applicable Apollo loop
sounders and sounder control modules.
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However, the Apollo devices pulse at a rate of 0.5s on / 0.5s off whilst the on-board sounder outputs
pulse at a rate of 1.0s on / 1.0s off. Care must be taken in the installation of the sounders if both loop
sounders and on-board sounders are to be used in a pulsed mode. This is to prevent misleading
interference between the two types of sound output.
7.3.6.1.5.3
Hochiki Specific Information
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Hochiki sounders are turned on and synchronised using the global synchronisation and group
commands.
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Hochiki devices that respond to the group command will activate even if the ‘Sounder’ setting is set to
NO and Other/CTL outputs have been disabled.
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The Sounder output tone and volume settings can be changed for specific Hochiki sounder devices
(i.e. CHQ-BS). Refer to the table below for a list of the possible settings.
Tone
Setting
Tone Output
Volume
Setting
Sound
Output
(dBA)
Device
Current
I(mA)
01*
925 Hz / 628 Hz @ 2 Hz
01
70
0.8
02
925 Hz continuous
02
78
1.5
03
628 Hz continuous
03
90
6.5
04
French 554 Hz 100 ms / 440 Hz 400 ms
04
80
2.0
05
Swedish 660 Hz 150 ms On 150 ms Off
05*
85
3.0
06
925 Hz 150 ms On 600 ms Off
06
93
8.0
07
670 Hz 250 ms / 845 Hz 375 ms
07
88
4.5
--
08
94
10.0
--
09
95
11.0
--
10
98
16.0
Table 9 – Hochiki Sounder – Volume and Tone Settings
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A ‘*’ indicates the default settings applied when the device is learnt by the panel.
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Ensure that the panel can support the number of sounders required. Take into account the volume
settings for each and every sounder and ensure that the sum of current load does not exceed either
an individual drive capability for each loop driver or exceed the total panel loading available. Refer to
Table 19 and Table 20 for specification details.
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7.3.6.1.6
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Base Sounder Notes
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Both Apollo and Hochiki protocols offer the facility to fit base sounders to standard detection devices.
The base sounders do not require a separate address. Base sounders are supported on Apollo and
Hochiki protocols from panel software version 1.05 onwards.
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Hochiki base sounders are detected automatically on an auto – learn. When editing a device with a
base sounder, all parameters as described in the ‘input controls’ and ‘output controls’ section will be
presented – the output parameters relating to the base sounder.
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Apollo ‘ancillary sounders’ must be identified manually either as part of the auto – learn process or
alternatively as part of the edit device process. The following parameter will appear only when editing
Apollo devices, or as part of the auto-learn procedure.
[Add 097]
SND Fitted? =
N
Í Î: change ↕:More X:Exit b:Save X Exit
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Selecting ‘Y’ for this parameter will allow programming of further output parameters to be changed for
the same address (from the edit device menu) as per the ‘output controls’ section (7.3.6.1.5). These
settings relate to the operation of the attached ancillary sounder.
7.3.6.1.7
1)
When using an Apollo Loop powered Beacon/ ancillary sounder
combination, ensure that the ‘Can Pulse’ attribute is set to ‘N’. This
ensures that the attached ancillary sounder will sound continuous under
all pattern logic conditions. The ‘SND Fitted’ attribute is not relevant in
this instance.
2)
The Apollo ancillary sounder devices cannot be disabled individually as
other sounder types can (by device or group disablement operations) although operation is still inhibited by the, global, ‘Sounder Disablement’
function.
Multi-Input / Output Devices (Sub-addresses)
•
Various devices available from Apollo and Hochiki support a number of inputs and/or outputs
associated with the same address.
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Where the number of inputs or outputs of a device is 2 or more, each of the independent input /
outputs is handled as a separate device. In such cases all references to a specific input are denoted
by appending a numeric designation to the device address eg. “-1”, similarly for outputs a lower case
letter is appended eg “-a”. Example of address assignments for a 3 input / 3 output loop module:-
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Address Designations
Loop In
Loop Out
In 1
Inputs In 2
In 3
063-1
063-2
063-3
Out 1
Outputs Out 2
Out 3
063-a
063-b
063-c
Figure 46 – Example of 3 Input / 3 Output Module at Address 63
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Where appropriate, the individual address references will be included as separate entities throughout
the menu structure, eg. Edit device, test output, disable device, etc. Using this methodology, each
input / output of a device can be edited/ disabled/ tested etc. in exactly the same manner as a single
input or single output device.
7.3.6.1.7.1
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Determining the number of inputs & outputs (Apollo)
The number of inputs and outputs associated with each device is automatically detected for Hochiki
devices during the auto-learn process. For Apollo devices, the number of inputs and outputs
associated with an Input / Output module must be manually entered. From the ‘edit device’ menu
select the edit function for an I/O type device. Two additional attributes will be included to determine
the number of inputs and the number of outputs as follows:
[Add 077]
Inputs? =
1
Í Î: change ↕:More X:Exit b:Save X Exit
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Use the left and right arrow keys to enter the correct number of inputs then use the arrow key and
carry out the same procedure for outputs.
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Press the ‘tick’ key to save and exit. If the number of inputs or number of outputs is 2 or more, then
the appropriate number of entries will be added to the device list against that address. Navigate
through the device list and edit each input / output in the same manner as for a single input / output
device.
7.3.6.1.8
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Multi-sensor/ Multi-mode analogue input devices
Some detectors produced by the different device manufacturers are capable of operating under a
number of alternative modes of operation. These different modes allow individual devices to be setup specifically for their immediate environment – and possibly changed at different times of the day
etc. This section details how each of these different devices is supported on the Dimension range of
panels.
All changes to threshold and/or mode selection, for these devices, is carried out from the
sensitivity mode menus – refer to section 7.3.9.4.3
7.3.6.1.8.1
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Apollo Discovery Multi-sensor
The Apollo Discovery Multi-sensor (58000-400) has 5 different modes of operation, these are
programmed in the range 1-5 as for the sensitivity bands of other discovery devices. Pre-alarm and
full alarm trigger thresholds are set at 45 and 55 respectively – again as for all discovery devices. The
mode setting relates to the devices mode of operation as shown below.
Mode
Operation
1
Combined Heat & Smoke (0.35%/ft)
2
Optical Smoke only (0.7%/ft)
3
Combined Heat & Smoke (0.90%/ft)
4
Combined Heat & Smoke (1.40%/ft)
5
Heat Only – Class A1
Table 10 - Apollo Multi-sensor operating modes
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7.3.6.1.8.2
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Hochiki Multi-mode detectors
There are two detectors within the Hochiki range of devices which have various different modes of
operation available, the ACA-E combined smoke/heat Multi-sensor and the ACB-E Multi-heat sensor.
Both of these devices can have mode and/or threshold settings adjusted to determine their response.
The tables below describe the possible settings for these devices on the Dimension range of control
panels, refer to the device literature for further details. The pre-alarm and full alarm default values are
45 and 55 respectively unless otherwise stated.
Mode
Adjustable Thresholds?
Operation
MULTI
Yes
Combined heat/ smoke operation
SMOKE
Yes
Smoke only response
HEAT
Yes
Heat only response
Table 11 - Hochiki Multi-sensor modes
Mode
Adjustable Thresholds?
FIXED
Yes
Fixed Temperature only operation.
Yes
Combined rate of rise and fixed temperature operation.
COMB
(only for fixed temp. function)
Operation
Rate-of-rise is fixed at 14K/min (or ˚C/min).
R/R
Yes*
Rate-of-Rise only
A1
No
EN-54 Class A1
A1R
No
EN-54 Class A1R
A1S
No
EN-54 Class A1S
B
No
EN-54 Class B
BR
No
EN-54 Class BR
BS
No
EN-54 Class BS
C
No
EN-54 Class C
CR
No
EN-54 Class CR
CS
No
EN-54 Class CS
Table 12 - Hochiki Multi-heat device operation
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Note* : The threshold setting for rate-of-rise mode (“R/R”) relates directly to the actual rate-of-rise
figure i.e. for a rate of rise of 20˚C/min = 20K/min, the threshold setting would be a value of 20. The
default pre-alarm value is 20 and the default full-alarm value is 25 – only for this mode.
7.3.6.1.8.3
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System Sensor/ Morley-IAS Multi-mode detectors
The Multi-sensor and Laser detectors offered by System Sensor and Morley-IAS are devices which
have multiple mode/ alarm level settings. These devices can be configured to have both pre-alarm
and full-alarm responses from different level settings. Only the alarm level/ mode may be set i.e. no
separate threshold adjustment is available. When viewing the analogue value associated with these
devices, it is important to note that the analogue level cannot be compared against a fixed fire
threshold – the fire threshold is actually dependant upon the level/ mode setting and is different for
each alarm level. The Alarm levels/ modes of operation for these devices are as follows.
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Alarm Level/
Mode
Operation/ Response
Lv 1
1% / ft obscuration.
Lv 2
1% - 2% / ft obscuration (self-adjusting - heat weighted).
Lv 3
2% / ft obscuration .
Lv 4
2% - 3.5% / ft obscuration (self-adjusting - heat weighted).
Lv 5
3.5% / ft obscuration.
Lv 6
Heat only.
Table 13 - System Sensor/ Morley-IAS Multi-sensor modes
Alarm Level/
Mode
Operation / Response
Lv 1
0.02% / ft obscuration.
Lv 2
0.03% / ft obscuration.
Lv 3
0.05% / ft obscuration
Lv 4
0.10% / ft obscuration.
Lv 5
0.20% / ft obscuration
Lv 6
0.50% / ft obscuration
Lv 7
1.00% / ft obscuration
Lv 8
1.50% / ft obscuration
Lv 9
2.00% / ft obscuration
Table 14 - System Sensor/ Morley-IAS Laser detector modes
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7.3.6.2
Dimension Series
Learn Devices
After changing the protocol (see Set-up Options – Section 7.3.4) WAIT for two minutes
before performing a learn operation. The panel attempts to reset loop devices and
requires time to complete this procedure.
Apollo Protocol Note: Refer to section 7.3.6.1.6 for additional auto-learn instructions
regarding Apollo ancillary sounder bases.
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Press ‘2’ from the loops menu to select the learn function.
[Loop]
Learn Devices ?
•
To continue with the learn process press the 9 key. To cancel, press the ‘X’ key.
•
The display confirms the learn selection and shows the progress of the learn function with a status
bar on the lower line.
[LEARN]
Learn in progress
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
•
On completion, a summary of the differences is shown. In this example, 37 new devices have been
found (added), there are no devices found to be missing (removed) and there are no devices that
have been found to change type (changed).
[LEARN]Added:037 Removed:000 Changed:000
↕:Details
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Press the ÏÐ keys to view the detailed list for the loop. Check that the numbers listed against each
type of device match the expected physical installation of devices. The summary for each loop is
presented on two displays showing modules on one display and sensors on the second display. For
example:
[Loop1] TOTAL MCP MON SDR RLY OTHERS
↕:More
37
10
00
06
00
00
X:Exit
[Loop1] TOTAL ION OPT TMP MLT OTHERS
↕:More
37
03
12
06
00
00
X:Exit
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The ‘Total’ column on each display shows the total number of devices found on the loop. The other
columns show the total number of individual types of devices found. The main types of devices have
their own columns – for other devices, these are summed in the ‘Others’ column – the actual type of
device will be shown in the ‘Edit / View Devices Option’ for the devices learnt.
•
Refer to Table 4 for a list of the device type abbreviations used.
•
Press the ‘X’ key to leave this display and return to the loops menu.
7.3.6.3
Calibrate
•
This mode only applies to Hochiki devices and only appears if the Hochiki protocol is selected and
flashed into the loop driver modules.
•
The panel automatically performs a calibrate operation and loop initialisation when the devices are
first learnt. The panel also automatically performs a calibrate operation on each device individually, at
a set time each day, if configured (see Section 7.3.4).
•
It is possible, however, to manually perform a calibrate operation. For smoke and temperature
detectors, this will calculate the zero point and fire alarm points and will adjust for contamination
within the chambers. For sounders, this will automatically configure any tone or volume settings
selected.
•
Press ‘3’ to select the calibrate option. The display shows:
Calibrating Devices – Please wait
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
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NOTE: This operation can take several minutes to complete.
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7.3.7 Zone Texts
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A 20-character text description (including spaces) can be assigned to each of the 80 zones to clearly
identify the location area of the fire alarm or fault. This text is shown on the Level 1 displays.
•
Select Option ‘4’ from the main commission menu. The display shows the current text description
assigned to Zone 1.
[Zone Text] Zone1
↕:More Zones
:<zone txt description>
←→:Edit Text
X: Exit
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Press the ÏÐ keys to select a different zone.
•
Press the ÍÎ keys to change the text for the displayed zone. The display then shows for example:
•
]
←:Previous
1:Space/ comma etc
→:Next
2-9:A-Z
9:Done
[NORTH WEST WING
Refer to Section 7.1.3 for a general description of how to change texts.
7.3.8 Access
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Up to 10 User Level 2 pass-codes can be entered. By default, one Level 2 pass-code is predefined
as 1234.
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Select Option ‘6’ from the main commission menu. The display shows a selection option for user
pass-codes as follows:
[S1 Access]
1:User
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Press ‘1’ to select the user pass-codes option. Press ‘X’ to return to the commission menu.
•
The display shows the first of the user pass-codes. Each of the users is identified by a reference U0 –
U9.
[S1 Access]
→:Change
Passcode 0 = 1234
1:Delete
↕:More
X: Exit
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Press the ÏÐ keys to select a different user.
•
Press the Î keys to change the pass-code assigned to this user. The display then shows the current
pass-code and prompts for entry of the new pass-code as follows:
[S1 Access]
Passcode 0 = 1234
Enter new value _
9:Confirm
X:Cancel
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Enter the required pass-code using the number keys and then press the 9 key to confirm. The
number entered is echoed on the bottom line of the display. The number must be four digits in length.
Press the ‘X’ key to cancel and ignore any changes. The display automatically returns to the main
user access display.
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A pass-code can be deleted – select the required user and then press the ‘1’ key to delete the passcode.
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DO NOT set a user pass-code to the same as the Level 3 pass-code (i.e. 9898).
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7.3.9 Advanced Settings
•
The advanced settings option provides programming options for On-board Inputs, Output Pattern
Logic, Detection Modes, Day/Weekly Timers and System Functions.
•
Select Option ‘7’ from the commission menu. The display presents new menus on two pages as
follows:
[S1 ADV ]
1:On-board Inputs
3:Detection Modes
[S1 ADV ]
2:Logic
4:7-Day Timers ↕:More
5:System
↕:More
7.3.9.1
On-Board Inputs
•
The On-Board inputs consist of the Key-switch, monitored inputs and function keys. The Action, zone
and disablement group assigned to each input can be programmed.
•
Select option ‘1’ and the current settings for the key-switch input are shown on the display.
INPUT[
Keyswitch] Action :
Zn:01
Dis-Grp:0
No Action
↕:More
←→:Edit
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Press the ÏÐ keys to select a different input.
•
Press the ÍÎ keys to edit the settings for an input. Then press the ÏÐ keys to select the required
function.
[
Keyswitch]
←→:Change
[
↕:More
Keyswitch]
←→:Change
[
Action =
←→:Change
9:Save & Exit
Zone = 01
↕:More
Keyswitch]
X:Exit
No Action
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Dis Grp = 0
↕:More
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
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Change each of the settings using the ÍÎ keys.
•
After all of the required parameters for an input have been changed, press the 9 key to confirm and
save the changes. To cancel and ignore any changes, press the ‘X’ key.
7.3.9.1.1
Unassigned Function Key 1
•
Where function key 1 is left unassigned (No Action), it performs an event navigation function.
•
From the access level 1 display the ‘F1’ key toggles between the discrete event view and the event
summary. Press F1 and the display will show the first active Fire, Fault, Disablement event. (where
available – and in that order of priority).
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The ‘F1’ key is then used to toggle through the different event categories (Fire, Fault, Disablement).
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Input Action
The input actions that can be assigned to the on-board inputs are listed in the table below.
Action
No Action
Fire
KeySwitch
Monitor
Input 1
Monitor
Input 2
Function
Switch 1
Function
Switch 2
Process
Pattern
Logic
9
9
9
9
9
X
The input has no effect
irrespective of its input
condition.
9
Generates a fire alarm
from the assigned zone.
Bells will ring in
accordance with the
programmed patterns.
X
9
9
X
X
Comments
Bomb Alert
9
9
9
9
9
9
Generates a bomb (fire)
alarm from the assigned
zone. Bells will ring in
accordance with the
programmed patterns.
Security
X
9
9
X
X
X
Generates a fault
condition from the
assigned zone.
Plant
Warning
X
9
9
X
X
9
Generates a plant alarm
condition from the
assigned zone.
Transparent
9
9
9
9
9
9
Processes the pattern
logic and operates outputs
without generating a fire or
fault condition.
Class
Change
9
9
9
9
9
X
Rings ALL of the bells
(sounder outputs and
‘Can Evac’ = Y).
Detect
Mode
X
9
1
9
1
9
9
X
Overrides the 7-day timer
to turn on / off the
detection mode.
Level 2
Access
9
9
9
X
X
X
Enables Level 2 access to
control keys and Level 2
menu options.
EXT PSU
Fault
X
9
9
X
X
X
The fault output from an
external power supply can
be monitored.
Table 15 – Input Actions – On-Board Inputs
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All input actions are non-latching. A 9 indicates that this input action is supported on this input. An X
indicates that the input action is not supported on this input.
EN54-2
EN54
N/A
The operation of a “Class Change” input MUST be restricted to
LEVEL 2 ACCESS only. Install accordingly using a key switch
to activate or locate in a restricted area.
•
An input used for Level 2 access control must be installed
using a key-switch. The key should only be removable in the off
(Level 1) position.
•
This input can be available at Level 1 or Level 2. Use a keyswitch. The key should only be removable in the off (day mode
inactive) position.
Class Change via
Monitored Inputs
Level 2 Access via
Monitored Inputs
Detect Mode via
Monitored Inputs
1
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DO NOT USE WITH TIMERS. When the input is active then day mode will be on (active). Otherwise, day mode will be off
(inactive).
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7.3.9.1.3
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7.3.9.1.4
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7.3.9.2
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Zone Number
The input can be assigned to a zone. If the input is used for fire type events, assign the zone in the
range 1 – 40. If the input is used for plant type events, assign the zone in the range 41 – 80. When
the input is activated, the output pattern will be qualified according to the zone and the appropriate
outputs will be activated (see Table 15 for the input actions that will process the pattern logic).
Disablement Group
The input can be assigned to one of two disablement groups (or to both disablement groups). The
input will then be disabled when the disablement group is disabled.
Output Pattern Logic
Select option ‘2’ and a further menu is presented.
[
Logic]
1:Output Patterns
2:Panel State Inputs
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Select option ‘1’ and the display prompts for the required pattern number.
[Pattern]
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Select Pattern _
Select the required pattern using the number keys and then press the 9 key. The display then shows
the pattern logic for the selected pattern. For example:
Pattern 01
Dly
9:Edit ←↕→:View
20
01
--
zones -- 10
P T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
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The display presents the zone logic for zones 1 – 10 for the selected pattern. In the above example,
the pattern will be qualified as follows. If there is a fire in zone 01, the output will pulse. If a fire occurs
in zone 02, the output will pulse for the delay time (in this case 20 seconds) and then turn on. If a fire
occurs in any of zones 03 to 10, the output will turn on immediately.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to view other patterns.
•
Use the ÍÎ keys to view the qualifying conditions for zones 11 – 80 for the selected pattern.
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NOTES: The panel provides twenty (20) patterns. By default, all patterns are set so that a fire alarm
in any zone will immediately ring the bells. Some settings override other conditions – for example, if a
fire occurs in a zone set to turn the bells on immediately it will immediately override any zone with
delays or pulsing – see below for further information.
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To edit a pattern configuration, press the 9 key. The display shows the current setting for zone 01.
Pattern 01
Z01=Pulse
Dly
↕
20
01
--
zones -- 10
P T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
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Use the ÍÎ keys to select the required zone or the delay time. The display will automatically wrap
round and show zones 11 – 20, 21 – 30, etc. The ‘↕’ and the qualifier for the selected zone flash to
indicate which zone is selected.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to change the qualifying condition for the selected zone. The options are detailed in
the table below.
•
Use the number keys to change the delay associated with the pattern – see below for further
information.
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7.3.9.2.1
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Zone Qualifiers
Each zone can be set to qualify the output of the pattern. If the pattern is qualified, the pattern output
will cause the bells / outputs to turn on according to the pattern rules.
Qualifier
On
Delay
Coincidence
Pulse
Off
Pulse->On
Display
Abbreviation
Code
Comments
On
Y
A single fire alarm in the zone will cause the pattern
to be qualified and the outputs will turn on
immediately.
Delay
D
A single fire alarm in the zone will cause the pattern
to be qualified. The outputs will remain off for the
delay period and then turn on.
Conincid
C
Fire alarms from two devices in the zone will cause
the pattern to be qualified. The outputs will remain
off until there are fire alarms from at least two
devices. NB: MCP devices override coincidence.
Pulse
P
A single fire alarm in the zone will cause the pattern
to be qualified and the outputs will turn on
immediately in a pulsing mode.
Off
N
The pattern is not qualified even if one or more fire
alarms occur in the zone. The outputs will remain
off.
Pul->On
T
A single fire alarm in the zone will cause the pattern
to be qualified. The outputs will pulse for the
duration of the delay period and then turn on.
Table 16 – Zone Pattern Qualifiers
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Refer to section 7.3.6.1.5 for further details on individual output settings and protocol specific
information.
7.3.9.2.2
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Delays
Use the Í key to select the delay time. The current delay time flashes to indicate that this parameter
is selected and the display now shows the following.
Pattern 01
0-9:Change
•
Dly
↕
20
01
--
zones -- 10
P T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
To change the delay time, press any number key. The display then shows:
Pattern 01
Dly
Enter new value
_
01
--
zones -- 10
9:Confirm X:Cancel
•
Enter the required delay time using the number keys and then press the 9 key to confirm the
change. The number entered is echoed on the display.
•
Note that the timers are independent for each pattern. A specific pattern timer will start when a
confirmed fire alarm results in a qualified output for this pattern. Once the timer is started, it applies to
all further fire alarm inputs for this and other zones in this pattern.
•
The pattern timer is overridden by confirmed fire alarms that result in the pattern output turning on
immediately. For example: ON will override PULSE, PULSE will override DELAY until the delay
period is ended when the ON action of the delay will override the pulsing.
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Panel State Inputs
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Specific Panel State conditions can be used as an input to the Output Pattern Logic. This permits
specific conditions to turn on outputs. Special care must be taken when using this option.
•
The general use of this function is to turn on one or more outputs when a specific panel condition
occurs. For example, it is possible to turn on/off an output when the panel is silenced / resounded or
to turn on an output when a day mode is active.
Use a specific pattern for these options (i.e. pattern 20). Assign the zone used to a nonfire zone (say 79) and ensure that all other patterns have this zone set to OFF. Assign the
required output to use this pattern.
Ensure that the output is configured not to respond to ‘Evacuate’ and ‘Silence’ actions.
•
Select ‘Advanced Menu’ option ‘2’ and a further menu is presented.
[
Logic]
1:Output Patterns
2:Panel State Inputs
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Select option ‘2’ and the display shows the first panel state condition.
Silenced will Trigger
↕:More ←→:Change
State
Condition
Silenced
Panel Evacuation
No Zonal Logic
X:Exit 9:Save & Exit
Display
Abbreviation
Silenced
Panel Evac
Comments
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is
silenced.
The output(s) will be turned on when a ‘evacuate’
condition (sound alarms button pressed) is entered.
General Fault
Gen Fault
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is in the
fault condition.
Pre-alarm
Pre-alarm
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is prealarm condition.
General Fire
Alarm
Gen Fire
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is in a fire
alarm condition.
Sensitivity Mode
Activation
Sens’y Mode
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is in the
sensitivity mode active condition.
Stage 1/2
Activation
Stg1/2 – ON
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is in the
delayed day mode (stage 1/2) active condition.
Verify Mode
Activation
Verify Mode
The output(s) will be turned on when the panel is in the
verification mode active condition.
Table 17 – Panel State Conditions
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Use the ÏÐ keys to view the other panel state inputs.
•
Use the ÍÎ keys to change the zone logic that will be triggered. For example.
Silenced will Trigger
↕:More ←→:Change
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For example:
To use the on-board sounder number 1 to indicate when a pre-alarm condition has occurred by turning on
the output in a pulsing mode.
For sounder output number 1, assign the output to use pattern 20, set respond to evacuation = OFF,
set can silence = OFF.
For pattern 20, set all zones to the OFF condition except zone 80. Set zone 80 to PULSE. For all other
patterns, set zone 80 to OFF.
Set the Panel State Input for Pre-Alarm to ‘Trigger Zone 80 Logic’.
7.3.9.4
•
Detection Modes
There are three possible detection modes that can be configured. Only one of these modes can be
configured to operate at any one time. The different modes available are described in the table below.
These can be configured to be manually activated or automatically activated using the 7-day timers.
Detection
Mode
Delayed
Verification
Function
Description
Settings / Comments
Initiates a Stage 1 /
Stage 2 alarm
process.
Fire Alarm Signals from detectors are
registered at the panel but the outputs are not
immediately turned on.
Stage 1 Timer (0 – 600 seconds)
The user is given a programmable time
(Stage 1) to acknowledge the alarm.
NOTE: The maximum delay time
(Stage 1 + Stage 2) cannot be
greater then 600 seconds).
After acknowledgement, the panel is then in
the Investigation Phase. The user is given a
programmable time (Stage 2) to investigate
whether the fire is genuine. The panel must
be reset within this time or the panel will enter
a full fire alarm condition and activate the
outputs.
This mode only applies to
detectors. Alarm level signals
from call points and other inputs
will immediately cause the panel
to enter a fire alarm condition.
Initiates a
confirmation mode
for signals from
smoke detectors.
Fire Alarm Signals from smoke detectors are
not immediately registered at the panel. This
is to provide a level of immunity to transient
smoke levels such as from cigarette smoke.
Retard-Reset-Restart Period
If the fire alarm signal is still present at the
end of the Retard-Reset-Restart time then the
panel will enter an alarm condition and the
outputs will be activated.
Timer 2 (0 – 60 seconds)
If the fire alarm signal is not present at the
end of the Retard-Reset-Restart time then the
panel will enter a Confirmation period. If this
detector (or any another detector) enters the
fire alarm condition within the confirmation
period the panel immediately enters a fire
alarm condition and the outputs will be
activated.
Sensitivity
Initiates a fire alarm
from a detector at
different sensitivity
levels.
Stage 2 Timer (0 – 600 seconds)
The analogue level signal from the detector at
which the panel will enter a fire alarm
condition can be adjusted. The levels for each
detector device can be adjusted for both day
(occupied) and night (unoccupied) times.
Timer 1 (0 – 60 seconds)
Confirmation Period
This mode only applies to smoke
detectors. Alarm level signals
from temperature detectors, call
points or other inputs will
immediately cause the panel to
enter a fire alarm condition.
Pre-alarm and Alarm Levels for
both day and night (see menu
option 1 – night levels) periods
per individual detector.
This does not apply to call points
or digital input modules.
Table 18 – Detection Modes
•
Select ‘Advanced Menu’ option ‘3’ and a further menu is presented.
[S1 Detect’ Modes]
1:Night Levels(default)
•
2:Select Mode
For Night Levels, refer to the section on sensitivity mode below.
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To configure the type of detection mode to be used, press ‘2’ and the current settings are shown. By
default, no detection mode is configured.
Active Detection Mode =
No action
X:Exit 9:Save
↕:Change
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7.3.9.4.1
EN54
!
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the required detection mode. The settings for each mode are described
below.
Delayed (Stage 1 / Stage 2) Mode
EN54-2 7.11
•
The panel can be configured to operate in a delayed mode.
Delays to Outputs
•
During this time, high sensor signals will generate a fire
message at the panel, but delay the output to the sounders.
The panel will initiate a full fire alarm if action is not taken on
this warning within a specified time.
•
Manual call points (Pull Stations) will always generate an
immediate fire alarm, regardless of any day mode setting.
•
Ensure that at least one sounder circuit is configured for
immediate operation when the fire alarm is confirmed (end of
stage 2 time).
•
Ensure that the fire output relay is configured with the
appropriate pattern so that it does NOT turn on until the fire
alarm is confirmed (end of stage 2 time).
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the ‘Delayed’ mode.
Active Detection Mode =
Delayed
↕:Change ←→:Edit Settings X:Exit 9:Save
•
To change the settings, press the ÍÎ keys. The display then shows the current time programmed
for the Stage 1 timer.
[Stg1/2]
Stage1 Time :
0-9:Change ↕:More
•
Stage2 Time :
0-9:Change ↕:More
X:Exit
30 seconds
9:Save & Exit
To change a timer setting, press any number key and the display prompts for the required time.
Enter new value _
•
9:Save & Exit
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the Stage 1 and Stage 2 timers.
[Stg1/2]
•
X:Exit
30 seconds
9:Confirm X:Cancel
Enter the new time using the number keys. Press the 9 key to confirm the change.
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EN54-2 7.11c
EN54
Delays to
Outputs.
!
•
Note that for compliance with EN54 the maximum total delay is 10
minutes, therefore the stage 1 delay plus the stage 2 delay plus any
sounder delay must not exceed this time.
The recommended maximum timer settings are: Stage 1 Time = 15 seconds
Stage 2 Time = 180 seconds
7.3.9.4.2
Verification Mode
•
Alarm verification can be used to reduce false alarms by placing a delay on a transient alarm signal
received from a smoke detector.
•
When an alarm is first received from a smoke detector the panel will start an internal timer and
attempt to "reset" the detector. If the detector is still in alarm after the verification timer has expired
the control panel will go into alarm. If the detector is not in alarm at this point, the panel will enter a
"Confirmation period". Any alarm received during the confirmation period will then be deemed a
genuine fire alarm.
The alarm verification feature should not be used as a substitute for proper detector
location/applications or regular system maintenance. Alarm verification features are
intended to reduce the frequency of false alarms caused by transient conditions. They are
not intended to compensate for installation design errors or lack of maintenance.
Keep the verification delay to a minimum.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the ‘Verification’ mode.
Active Detection Mode =
Verification
↕:Change ←→:Edit Settings X:Exit 9:Save
•
To change the settings, press the ÍÎ keys. The display then shows the current time programmed
for the Verification timer (Retard-Reset-Restart Period) – timer 1.
[Verification mode] Timer1 :
0-9:Change ↕:More
•
X:Exit
9:Save & Exit
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the Verification (Timer 1) and Confirmation (Timer 2) timers.
[Verification mode] Timer2 :
0-9:Change ↕:More
•
X:Exit
60 seconds
9:Save & Exit
To change a timer setting, press any number key and the display prompts for the required time.
Enter new value _
•
60 seconds
9:Confirm X:Cancel
Enter the new time using the number keys. Press the 9 key to confirm the change.
7.3.9.4.3
Sensitivity Mode
•
The sensitivity of both temperature and smoke detectors can be adjusted by changing the threshold
at which pre-alarm and fire alarm signals are generated.
•
It is possible to set threshold levels for each device for both the day period (sensitivity mode active –
i.e. occupied) and the night period (sensitivity mode inactive – i.e. unoccupied).
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This facility is very flexible. It should only be used in certain specialized applications and
with great care. The default mode is for all detectors to default to the manufacturers
recommended alarm level.
Ensure that the system maintains safe fire alarm notification if thresholds are changed.
Also ensure that the sensitivity levels are not set such that false alarms are likely.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the ‘Sensitivity’ mode.
Active Detection Mode =
Sensitivity
↕:Change ←→:Edit Settings X:Exit 9:Save
•
To change the settings, press the ÍÎ keys. The display then shows the current settings for the first
device on the loop. (Note: If the panel is equipped with 2 or 4 loops, the panel will first prompt for
selection of the loop).
[Addr 010 – OPT]
Sensitivity ( DAY )
1:Alarm(100%) 2Pre-Alrm( 80%)
X:Cancel
•
The threshold level information presented depends on the protocol chosen. The above example is for
System Sensor and Morley-IAS devices.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the required detector address.
•
To change a threshold level, press ‘1’ or ‘2’ as required. The display prompts for the new alarm level.
Enter new alarm level _
•
X:Cancel
Enter the new alarm level using the number keys. Press the 9 key to confirm the change.
The panel will not allow the threshold levels to be set at a level that would prevent
recognition of a fire alarm condition.
The pre-alarm level cannot be set greater than the fire alarm level.
7.3.9.4.4
Night Threshold Levels
•
The default night threshold levels can be adjusted. These levels apply irrespective of the detection
mode chosen. In ‘Delayed Mode’ and ‘Verification Mode’ these levels will apply irrespectively. In
‘Sensitivity Mode’ these levels will apply whilst the sensitivity mode is inactive – the day sensitivity
levels will apply whilst the sensitivity mode is active.
•
To change the settings, Select ‘Detect Mode Menu’ option ‘1’ and the display then shows the current
settings for the first device on the loop. (Note: If the panel is equipped with 2 or 4 loops, the panel will
first prompt for selection of the loop).
[Addr 010 – OPT]
Sensitivity ( NIGHT )
1:Alarm(100%) 2Pre-Alrm( 80%)
X:Cancel
•
The threshold level information presented depends on the protocol chosen. The above example is for
System Sensor and Morley-IAS devices.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the required detector address.
•
To change a threshold level, press ‘1’ or ‘2’ as required. The display prompts for the new alarm level.
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Enter new alarm level _
•
X:Cancel
Enter the new alarm level using the number keys. Press the 9 key to confirm the change.
Ensure that the system maintains safe fire alarm notification if thresholds are changed.
7.3.9.4.5
Protocol Specific Sensitivity Information
7.3.9.4.5.1
Morley-IAS / System Sensor Specific Information
•
The analogue value is conditioned to a normalised number in the range 0% - 100% irrespective of
device type. For sensors, the default pre-alarm level is 80%, default fire alarm level is 100%
•
The maximum alarm setting permitted is 108%.
7.3.9.4.5.2
Apollo Specific Information
•
The normal pre-alarm and fire alarm analogue levels are set at 45 and 55 respectively for all sensor
devices. For S90, XP95 and Xplorer devices, these values can be changed. For Discovery devices,
these values are fixed and the sensitivity is adjusted by selecting the required sensitivity band – see
below.
•
The analogue levels for modules are fixed at 4=Fault, 16=Normal and 64=Fire and are not applicable
to sensitivity mode.
•
Apollo Discovery devices use bands to select sensitivity and operational characteristics. Refer to the
literature supplied by Apollo for the meaning of these bands for specific detection devices. When a
Discovery type device is shown on the display, the display presents alternative information as follows.
[Addr 010 – OPT]
Sensitivity ( NIGHT )
1:Mode = 3
•
X:Cancel
The default mode for all devices is set to ‘3’. Press ‘1’ to change the mode to be used. The display
prompts for the required mode.
Enter device mode : _
•
X:Cancel
Enter the required mode (range is 1 to 5) using the number keys and then press the 9 key to confirm
the change.
7.3.9.4.5.3
Hochiki Specific Information
•
The normal pre-alarm and fire alarm analogue levels are set at 45 and 55 respectively for all smoke
sensor devices.
•
To find the corresponding value in physical units simply multiply the detectors full scale output by a
constant factor of 30/45. For example:
For the ALG-E:
(F) Full scale output = 4.5%
(D) Default Fire Threshold = (F) x 30/45 = 4.5 x 30/45 = 3.0%
•
To set a different fire/pre-alarm threshold, calculate the conditioned threshold number ‘T’ as follows.
•
1.
Calculate the default alarm level ‘D’ in physical units as shown above.
2.
Select the level required in physical units ‘L’ (within the range 0 – full scale).
3.
Then calculate the conditioned threshold level T = 55 * L/D.
The maximum value of T that can be entered is 65.
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The normal pre-alarm and fire alarm analogue levels are set at 45 and 55 respectively for all
temperature detectors representing temperatures of 45°C and 55°C. Enter the required thresholds
directly in degrees Celsius. For example, to set a pre-alarm to 60°C and an alarm to 70°C enter 60
and 70 respectively. The maximum allowed setting is 80°C.
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7.3.9.5
Dimension Series
7-Day Timers
•
The activation of the ‘Detection Mode’ can be scheduled to operate at specific times.
•
Fourteen (14) separate active times can be scheduled and programmed in the panel. These can
cross midnight boundaries if required. All of the timers are used to schedule the automatic activation /
de-activation of the detection mode operation selected.
•
Press ‘4’ to select the 7-Day Timer function. The display shows the current settings for Timer 1.
[Timer 01]
No Action
Start:Mon 07:50
↕:Timer
→:Change
Finish:Mon 17:00
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NOTE: In the above example, the timer has been programmed to start at 07:50am and finish at 17:00
(5:00pm). The ‘No Action’ indicates that the timer will have no effect as no detection mode operation
has been programmed. This will show: Delayed, Verification, Sensitivity depending on the mode
selected.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to select the required timer.
•
Use the Î change the settings for the timer. The display now changes to allow the start time to be
altered.
[Timer 01]
0-9:Time
Delayed
←→:Day
Start? Mon 07:50
X:Exit
9:Save
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Use the ÍÎ keys to change the day of the week. (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun).
•
To change the time setting, press any number key and the display prompts for the required time.
Enter start time
•
X:Cancel
Enter the new time using the number keys. Press the 9 key to confirm the change. For example,
enter 1000 and press the 9 key to change the time to 10:00am. The display confirms the changed
setting.
[Timer 01]
0-9:Time
•
: --:--
Delayed
←→:Day
Start? Mon 10:00
X:Exit
9:Save
Press the 9 key to save this new timer setting. The panel will save the setting and then prompt for the
finish time. Press ‘X’ to cancel any changes.
[Timer 01]
0-9:Time
Delayed
←→:Day
Finish? Mon 10:00
X:Exit
9:Save
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If required, adjust / enter the required finish time and day as described above. (NOTE: The display
suggests a new time for the finish time – this is the same as the entered start time. To accept this
time, press the 9 key, to retain the original finish time, press the ‘X’ key).
•
If the finish time entered is before the start time (or if the start time entered is after the finish time
currently programmed) the display briefly shows a warning message as follows.
Warning: Finish time before start time !
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•
This is just a warning to indicate this condition. It will not stop the settings chosen from being
accepted and changed.
•
If a detection mode (Delayed / Sensitivity / Verification) has not been programmed , the display briefly
shows a warning message as follows:
Warning: No timer action programmed
•
7.3.9.6
•
This is just a warning to indicate this condition. It will not stop the settings chosen from being
accepted and changed. The timers programmed, however, will have no effect until a detection mode
is also programmed.
System Options
Press ‘5’ to select the Systems Option menu.
[S1 SYSTEM]
1:Crystal
3:Wipe Memory
7.3.9.6.1
2:LCD Contrast
4:Serial Number
Crystal Frequency / Clock Drift Compensation
•
The real-time clock in the panel is crystal controlled. However, this can drift (gain / lose time) over a
period of time because of component tolerances, operating temperature, etc. It is possible to
compensate for this drift.
•
Select option ‘1’ and the display shows:
Clock is incorrect by
9:Confirm
+0 sec’s per week
↕:Change
X:Cancel
•
Estimate the gain / loss per week over a period of time.
•
Use the ÏÐ keys to adjust the setting. If the clock is gaining, enter this as a positive number. The
panel will automatically set the clock back by the adjustment once per week. If the clock is losing,
enter this as a negative number.
•
Press the 9 key to save the changes. Press the ‘X’ key to cancel and ignore any changes.
7.3.9.6.2
LCD Contrast
•
The optimum contrast of the Liquid Crystal Display can be adjusted to compensate for different
displays and for the height of installation of the panel. This parameter will rarely require adjustment.
•
Select option ‘2’ and the display shows:
█ █ █ █ LCD Contrast Level
←→:Adjust Level
X:Exit
40 █ █ █ █
9:Save & Exit
•
Press the ÍÎ keys to adjust the contrast level (Í makes the display darker, Î makes the display
lighter). The contrast level can be set in the range 0 (darkest) to 80 (lightest).
•
When the required display contrast is visible, press the 9 key to save the changes. Press the ‘X’ key
to cancel and ignore any changes.
7.3.9.6.3
•
Wipe Configuration Memory
To return the panel to its factory default settings, select option ‘3’ and the display shows:
Wipe ALL configuration memory
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Press 9 to Confirm
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X:Cancel
Press the ‘X’ key to cancel and return to the system menu option. Press the 9 key to start the wipe
process. The display confirms the wipe process is in operation as follows:
Wiping configuration memory
Please wait...
•
The display returns to the system menu on completion.
•
Re-configure / re-program the panel manually. Alternatively, switch the panel off / on or press the
reset push-button (located at the top left of the base card) to re-initialise the panel – the display will
then prompt for programming using the ‘Wizard’.
7.3.9.6.4
Panel Serial Number
•
The panel is allocated a unique serial number during manufacture. In addition, special configuration
2
options are programmed during manufacture. These values are retained in the e prom memory.
•
Press ‘4’ to select this option and view the details as follows.
Base Card Serial No : 1234567890
Type Number
: FF-FFFF
X:Exit
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The serial number is numeric. The special configuration options (type number) is an alphanumeric
code.
•
Press the ‘X’ key to return to the Systems Options Menu.
7.3.9.7
•
Printer option
Press ‘6’ to select the printer option menu.
[Printer Option] Disable/Enable
←→
9
Currently the printer is Disabled
•
Use the right and left arrow keys to Enable Disable the printer.
•
Press the ‘X’ key to leave the printer setting unchanged or the ‘9’ key to accept the new setting.
•
Note: when the printer is enabled, the printer will print only new events from that point in time.
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Programming Using the PC Configuration Tool
•
The Dimension PC Configuration Tool will allow programming of ALL configuration parameters
including the Device Manufacturer Protocol.
•
Connect the PC Tool Interface Lead (795-080) to
the 4-way connector at the top left of the base card.
An example is shown opposite.
•
Note: The panel may report an Earth Fault when
the PC is connected. This is normal and will not
affect panel operation.
•
The PC Configuration Tool is not described here –
refer to the documentation supplied with the
software tool.
PC Tool
Connector
Flash
Program
Memory
Lock
1-Loop
Base Card
Figure 47 – Position of PC Tool Connector
Ensure that the memory lock is OPEN before uploading (sending data to the panel from
the PC).
Remember to lock the memory when programming is complete.
7.3.10 Retrieving Data from Panel to PC
•
The display on the panel shows the progress of the data transfer. It shows the current data being
transferred alternating with a message to view panel operating conditions as follows:
Configuration Tool Data Transfer
/
Sending Settings
Configuration Tool Data Transfer
/
Press X to view Faults/Disablement/Test
•
The basic information consists of text and settings. Following completion, the display will
automatically return to the normal status display.
7.3.11 Sending Data from PC to Panel
•
The display on the panel shows the progress of the data transfer. Initially, the existing data in the
panel is cleared before each type of data is transferred from the PC. Examples are shown below.
Following completion, the display will automatically return to the normal status display.
Configuration Tool Data Transfer
/
Clearing Settings
Configuration Tool Data Transfer
\
Receiving Text
Configuration Tool Data Transfer
-
Receiving Settings
Configuration Tool Data Transfer
|
Saving Settings
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8 Specifications
8.1
Functional Specifications
Specification Item
Values
Mechanical
Small
Medium
Large
Construction
Mild steel sheet enclosure. All displays and controls are carried on the
enclosure inner door.
Dimensions (h x w x d) (mm)
240 x 375 x 110
375 x 375 x 130
620 x 375 x 130
Weight (without batteries)
5 kg
7 kg
9 kg
Weight (with batteries)
11 kg (7Ah)
15 kg (12Ah)
21 kg (17Ah)
Mounting Holes
3
3
4
Knockouts (20mm)
19 (top),
23 (top),
23 (top),
3 (bottom)
3 (bottom)
3 (bottom)
Terminals
External connections are made using plug-in screw terminals capable of
2
2
accepting cable sizes between 0.5mm to 2.5mm (14-22AWG).
Environmental
Climatic Classification
3K5, (IEC 721-2-3)
Operating Temperature
0°C to +40°C
Humidity
5% to 95% R.H. non condensing
Height above sea level
2000m
Panel Sealing
IP30 (EN60529)
Vibration
EN60068-2-6, 10-150Hz at 0.981ms
-2
EMC
Emissions: EN50081-1. Immunity: EN50130-4
Safety
EN60950
Controls and
Indications
Display
2 x 40 character liquid crystal display (LCD) with back light illumination
Zone Fire Alarm Indicators
DX1e-20S
– 20 zone LED indicators.
All Others
– 40 zone LED indicators.
Status Indicators
LED Indicators for FIRE, FAULT, DISABLEMENT, DELAYED MODE,
ALARMS SILENCED, BUZZER MUTED, SOUNDERS DIABLED, RELAYS
DISABLED and POWER. Also, dedicated fault LED indicators for SUPPLY
FAULT, CPU FAULT, SOUNDER FAULT AND EARTH FAULT.
Push Buttons
Control keys:
RESET, MUTE BUZZER, ACCEPT, SOUND ALARMS
and SILENCE / RESOUND.
Navigation keys:
Í, Î, Ï, Ð
Numeric keys:
0-9, X (cancel), 9 (enter)
Application keys:
F1, F2 for application use
Frequency:
4kHz
Volume:
>75dB @ 1m
Buzzer
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Specification Item
Values
Features
Signalling Line Circuits
DX1e
– 1 in-built loop driver per panel.
DX2e
– 2 in-built loop drivers per panel.
DX4e
– 4 in-built loop drivers per panel.
Supports Analogue Addressable devices over a 2 wire combined power and
data transmission loop.
Loop Output Voltage and Signalling depends on the loop driver protocol
selected.
Maximum Loop Loading is 0.5A per loop (includes the current return pulse).
Sounder (NAC) Outputs
2 programmable outputs. Open and short circuit monitored.
6.8kΩ, EOL resistors (P/N 170-073-682).
1A maximum output current. Minimum switched current – 1mA
1
Maximum Output Voltage = 27V, Minimum Output Voltage = 18.5V
Auxiliary Relays
3 programmable volt-free, changeover outputs.
Contacts rated at 24V AC/DC, 1 Ampere, 0.6PF maximum.
Minimum switched load – 1mA @ 5V
Digital Inputs
2 programmable inputs.
Monitored for short and open circuit conditions.
Key-Switch Option
Programmable for Level 2 Access, Class Change, Day / Night Operation.
Zones
DX1e
- 20/40 Fire Zones, 40 Plant Zones
DX2e
- 40 Fire Zones, 40 Plant Zones
DX4e
- 40 Fire Zones, 40 Plant Zones
History Log
512 entries
Printer Option
Prints Events as they occur
Faults
Latching
Table 19 – Functional Specifications
1
At V battery = 21V and mains supply disconnected.
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8.2
Dimension Series
Power Supply and Charger
Specification Item
Values
1
Operating Voltage
230V 50Hz AC (or 120V 60Hz AC )
Voltage tolerance
+ 10% - 15%
Incoming mains fuse
F1
Base card input
18V AC
Base card fuses (DX1)
FS7
5A
T5AH250V (20 mm HRC anti-surge)
FS8
5A
T5AH250V (20 mm HRC anti-surge)
FS8
5A
T5AH250V (20 mm HRC anti-surge)
FS9
5A
T5AH250V (20 mm HRC anti-surge)
Base card fuses (DX2 & DX4)
2A
T2AH250V (20mm HRC anti-surge fuse in AC Mains TB)
from integral mains transformer
Battery Charger Output Voltage
27.4 V nom
AUX D. C. Output Voltage
29V Maximum & 18.5V Minimum (battery only) , 15.5V Absolute Minimum
@ 20°C (temperature compensated and current limited)
2
3
DX1
DX2
DX4
110mA
140mA
180mA
180mA
220mA
270mA
0.63A (max.)
0.86A (max.)
0.86A (max.)
0.55A (nom.)
0.75A (nom)
0.75A (nom.)
0.25A
0.25A
0.25A
Power Supply Output Rating
(Continuous)
2.75A
3.75A
3.75A
Ripple Voltage (Max.)
2V
2V
2V
Standby Batteries
Minimum = 6Ah
Minimum = 6Ah
Minimum = 6Ah
(24V DC sealed lead acid)
Maximum = 12Ah
Maximum = 17Ah
Maximum = 17Ah
Printer Current Requirement
Normal = 20mA, Short term peak current = 250mA whilst printing
Panel Quiescent Current
Panel Alarm Current
5
6
Battery Charging Current
AUX DC Output Current
7
8
4
Table 20 – Power Supply and Charger Specifications
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
With appropriate transformer fitted.
At maximum AC Mains voltage (230V +10%)
At V battery = 21V and mains supply disconnected.
At minimum AC Mains voltage (230V – 15%), under full-load and with the battery terminals shorted.
Back light off.
Back light on, fire relay and two sounder relays on.
Battery Charger output is disconnected in alarm.
Total AUX DC Power Available – Split across both AUX Outputs.
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Recommended Cables
All cables connected to the Dimension Series Fire Alarm Control Panels should be fire
resistant cables. The drain earth wire, where available, should be connected to the earth tag
on the cable entry gland and to a suitable earth point at the remote end of the cable.
•
Suitable cable types are listed below:
•
Fire Rated Cables for Signalling Loops and Sounder Circuits
1.
2
2
AEI type Firetec Multicore Ref. F1C1 (1mm ) to F1C2.5 (2.5mm ) in 2 core.
2.
AEI type Firetec Armoured Ref. F2C1 (1.5mm2) to F2C2.5 (2.5mm2) in 2 core.
3.
AEI type Mineral Insulated Cable (all types up to 2.5mm2).
4.
BICC types Mineral Insulated twin twisted conductor cables, Ref. CCM2T1RG and CCM2T1.5RG.
5.
BICC type Mineral Insulated Pyrotenax (all types up to 2.5mm2)
6.
2
CALFLEX type Calflam CWZ 2 core type up to 2.5mm maximum.
7.
PIRELLI type FP200 Gold 2 core type from 1mm2 to 2.5mm2
8.
FIRETUF (OHLS) FTZ up to 2.5mm2. Manufactured by Draka
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Signal Cables for RS485 Communications Links (twisted pair)
9.
12 AWG Signal 88202 Belden 9583 WPW999
10. 14 AWG Signal 88402 Belden 9581 WPW995
11. 16 AWG Signal 88602 Belden 9575 WPW991
12. 18 AWG Signal 88802 Belden 9574 WPW975
13. FIRETUF FDZ1000 by Draka 2 core.
14. PIRELLI type FP200 Gold 2 core.
The use of multi-core cable is NOT recommended.
This can result in cross talk between signalling loops. System operation and the ability to
recognise and register fire or fault conditions may be compromised under these
circumstances.
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9 Reference
9.1
Event Text Explained
•
The table below provides a description of the meaning/ cause behind each possible event log entry.
Event Text (English)
Description/ Meaning
Control Actions
EVACUATE
A 'Sound Alarms' button or digital loop input associated with the 'Evacuate'
action has been activated.
SILENCE SOUNDERS
A 'Silence/ Resound' button or digital loop input associated with the 'Silence'
action has been activated.
RESOUND SOUNDERS
With sounders already 'silenced', the 'Silence/ Resound' button or digital loop
input associated with the 'Silence' action has been activated.
MUTE INTERNAL BUZZER
A panel or repeater 'Mute Buzzer' button has been activated.
RESET PANEL
A 'Reset' button or digital loop input associated with the 'Reset' action has
been activated.
ACCEPT
A panel or repeater 'Accept' button has been activated.
Device Actions
FIRE ALARM
An input device associated with a Fire action has activated
TEST FIRE ALARM
An input device, from a zone currently in test mode, associated with a Fire
action has activated.
PLANT ALARM
An input device associated with a 'Plant Warning' action has activated
TEST PLANT ALARM
An input device, from a zone currently in test mode, associated with a 'Plant
Warning' action has activated.
PRE-ALARM
A detection device has registered a pre-alarm level - based on it's
programmed pre-alarm threshold.
PLANT ALARM RETURN
An input device associated with the 'Plant Warning' action has returned from
its activated state back to normal
FIRE ALARM RETURN
An input device associated with the 'Fire' action has returned from its activated
state back to normal
BOMB ALERT
BOMB ALERT RETURN
INTRUDER ALERT
INTRUDER ALERT RET'N
TRANSPARENT ACTION
TRANS ACTION RETURN
CLASS CHANGE START
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An input device associated with the 'Bomb Alert' action has been activated
An input device associated with the 'Bomb Alert' action has returned from its
activated state back to normal
An input device associated with the 'Security' action has been activated
An input device associated with the 'Security' action has returned from its
activated state back to normal
An input device associated with the 'Transparent' action has been activated
An input device associated with the 'Transparent' action has returned from its
activated state back to normal
An input device associated with the 'Class Change' action has been activated
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Event Text (English)
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Description/ Meaning
CLASS CHANGE FINISH
An input device associated with the 'Class Change' action has returned from
its activated state back to normal
DETECTION MODE START
An input device associated with the 'Det Mode' action has been activated.
Overrides the timer to instigate the detection mode manually.
DETECTION MODE END
An input device associated with the 'Det Mode' action has returned from its
activated state back to normal
LEVEL 2 ACCESS START
LEVEL 2 ACCESS END
FAULT INPUT TRIGG'ED
An input device associated with the 'Level 2 Access' action has been activated
An input device associated with the 'Level 2 Access' action has returned from
its activated state back to normal
An input device associated with the 'Fault' action has been activated
FAULT INPUT REMOVED
An input device associated with the 'Fault' action has returned from its
activated state back to normal
EXT PSU FAULT
An input device associated with the 'EXT PSU Fault' action has been
activated. (External PSU fault).
EXT PSU FAULT RETURN
An input device associated with the 'EXT PSU Fault' action has returned from
its activated state back to normal
User Actions
WALK TEST START
WALK TEST RESET
WALK TEST END
DISABLE FULL ZONE
Occurs following the initiation of a walk test with/ without sounders
Any activation from a zone in test is automatically reset after a short period.
Occurs following the cancellation of 1 or all walk tests with/ without sounders
All input devices within a zone were disabled (activations and faults disabled).
ENABLE FULL ZONE
All previously disabled input devices within a zone were re-enabled i.e.
disablement cancelled.
DISABLE DEVICE
A specific device was disabled (input action, output and faults)
ENABLE DEVICE
DISABLE ALL SOUNDERS
ENABLE ALL SOUNDERS
DISABLE ALL RELAYS
A previously disabled device was re-enabled i.e. disablement cancelled.
All output devices designated as sounder devices were disabled.
All output devices designated as sounder devices, previously disabled, were
re-enabled.
All output devices not designated as sounder devices were disabled.
ENABLE ALL RELAYS
All output devices not designated as sounder devices, previously disabled,
were re-enabled.
DISABLE DELAYS
All delays in pattern logic (not those associated with detection modes) have
been disabled (no delay)
ENABLE DELAYS
DISABLE FAULT RELAYS
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The disablement of pattern logic delays has been removed - re-enabled.
User menu function to disable the fault relay has been performed.
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Event Text (English)
ENABLE FAULT RELAYS
DISABLE DIS GROUP
ENABLE DIS GROUP
DISABLE LOCAL INPUTS
ENABLE LOCAL INPUTS
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Description/ Meaning
User menu function to re-enable the fault relay has been performed.
User menu function to disable a specific disablement group has been
performed.
User menu function to re-enable a disablement group has been performed.
User menu function to disable on-board/ local inputs (monitored inputs, keyswitch, Function keys, panel states) has been performed.
User menu function to re-enable on-board/ local inputs has been performed.
Device Events
NO REPLY FROM DEVICE
A Loop of peripheral device is not responding - missing
DEVICE ADDED
A new addressable loop device has been detected - must perform an autolearn to accept the new device.
DOUBLE ADDRESS
Two addressable loop devices are responding to the same address.
DEVICE TYPE CHANGED
An addressable loop device has been replaced by a different type of device to
that which was previously learnt (during an auto-learn)
BAD DEVICE REPLY
Persistent communication errors have occurred when communicating with a
specific loop/ peripheral device.
INPUT OPEN CIRCUIT
Open Circuit wiring fault detected on an addressable loop or on-board
monitored input (does not apply to Apollo devices)
INPUT SHORT CIRCUIT
Short Circuited wiring fault detected on an addressable loop or on-board
monitored input (does not apply to Apollo devices)
OUTPUT OPEN CIRCUIT
Open-circuit wiring fault detected on an on-board sounder or monitored loop
output device (Not relevant to Apollo).
OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT
Short-circuit wiring fault detected on an on-board sounder or monitored loop
output device (Not relevant to Apollo).
Generated if an analogue smoke detection device is consistently returning an
unusually low/ high analogue value over a period of 10 hours. Check/ replace
the device.
MAINTENANCE FAULT
System Sensor/ Morley-IAS : lower than fixed value of 15 or higher than 75%
of full alarm value.
Apollo : lower than fixed value of 15 or higher than 75% of full alarm value (no
high check for Discovery).
Hochiki : lower than fixed value of 1 i.e. '0'.
DEVICE LEVEL FAULT
Generated if an analogue detection device is returning a very low analogue
value. Check/ replace the device.
AUTOMATIC TEST FAIL
Whilst automatically testing the addressable loop device at the designated
(programmable) time, it was found not respond as expected. Check/ replace
the device. Not relevant to Hochiki devices.
FAILED TO INITIALISE
INTERNAL FAULT
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Loop device has failed to initialise (Hochiki only). Check/replace device.
An internal fault has been detected on a loop device (Hochiki Only). Check/
replace the device.
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Event Text (English)
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Description/ Meaning
CONTAMINATION FAULT
As part of the calibration process a device was found to be contaminated
(Hochiki Only).
DEVICE NOT SUPPORTED
An unrecognised/ unsupported loop device has been detected.
INPUT WIRING FAULT
Loop device external wiring fault detected on input (zone monitor) - Hochiki
only.
System Events
LOOP OPEN CIRCUIT
LOOP SHORT CIRCUIT
Open-circuit wiring fault detected on an Addressable loop - check loop wiring.
Short-circuit wiring fault detected on an Addressable loop - check loop wiring.
LOOP PARTIAL SHORT
Low impedance wiring fault detected on an Addressable loop - check loop
wiring (System Sensor/ Morley-IAS only).
CPU RESTART
The Control panel has been reset - either by complete removal of power to the
panel, pressing the reset button, top left of the base-card PCB or automatically
by on-board watchdog circuitry.
NO MAINS SUPPLY
The primary power supply (mains) has failed/ been removed.
MAINS SUPPLY LOW
The primary power supply (mains) is unusually low. Check mains voltage.
EARTH FAULT
A wiring fault has been detected to earth. The fault can be narrowed down by
systematically disconnecting field wiring sequentially - monitor the Earth fault
reading, voltage between batt negative and earth or repeatedly reset and wait
100sec each time.
BATT'CHARGER FAILURE
The integral battery charger has failed - not charging batteries.
BATTERY LOW
The battery voltage is unusually low - check the battery.
BATTERY MISSING
The presence of a battery cannot be detected.
BATTERY DISCHARGED
The battery voltage is at an absolute low level - check the battery.
LOOP DRIVER BAD COMS
On-board communications to the loop driver have failed - ensure that the loop
driver has been properly programmed - attempt to re-flash the loop drivers
from the set-up menu.
S/W CHECKSUM FAILURE
Continual internal checking of the program memory has found some
corruption. The base-card PCB should be re-programmed or returned to the
factory.
CONFIG CHECKSUM FAIL
Some form of corruption has been detected within the configuration settings.
This can occur following a software upgrade if the memory is not 'wiped'. Try
wiping the memory or re-configuring from the configuration tool to clear the
fault (followed by a reset) - alternatively the base-card PCB must be returned
to the factory.
AUX SUPPLY FAULT
A fault with the auxiliary supply has been detected. Check the Aux voltage and
any associated wiring.
MEMORY LOCK OPEN
The Configuration memory lock jumper (top left of the base-card PCB has
been detected missing from the locked position.
Table 21 - Event Text Descriptions
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10 Appendix
10.1 Appendix A – How to flash upgrade the DX control panel
Step 1
Flash
Program (J1)
Memory
Lock (J2)
1-Loop
Base Card
J1
FLASH PRG
PC Tool
Connector
Enabled
FLASH PRG
Download the current panel configuration into the latest version of the PC configuration tool by connecting a
PC up/download lead (Morley-IAS part number 795-080) between the PC and the PC Tool Connector on the
Base Card. Ensure that the Flash Program header (J1) is in the ‘Disabled’ position and the Memory Lock
header (J2) is in the ‘Memory Open’ position.
J1
Disabled
J2
MEMORY
MEMORY
J2
Memory
Locked
Memory
Open
Refer to the relevant sections of this product manual for more details on connecting between the Panel and
PC. Refer to the documentation supplied with the software tool for more details on operating the PC
configuration tool program.
Step 2
Completely power down the panel (disconnect mains supply and batteries).
Step 3
Ensure the PC up/download lead is connected from the P.C. to the panel (using the PC Tool Connector on the
Panel Base card).
Step 4
Flash
Program (J1)
Memory
Lock (J2)
1-Loop
Base Card
J1
FLASH PRG
PC Tool
Connector
Disabled
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Change the jumper setting of J1 (Flash Program) from disabled to enabled. Ensure the memory lock jumper
J2 is in the “unlocked” or “open” position and power up the control panel.
J1
Enabled
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MEMORY
J2
Memory
Locked
Memory
Open
Step 5
On the PC, start the DX Flasher program (available from Technical Support or the RSM – Regional Sales
Manager) by double-clicking on the ‘DXFlasher.exe‘ file or double-clicking on the desktop shortcut icon.
The following screen will be shown:
Step 6
Click on ‘File’ then ‘Open’. The following screen will be displayed:
Step 7
Click the ‘Browse’ button to bring up the following PC screen:
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Step 8
Locate the software upgrade file (provided by Technical Support or the RSM – Regional Sales Manager).
First locate the folder that the file is in (near the top of the screen) and then click on the file. The name of the
file must contain the following:
1.
2.
3.
‘SW993-667’ for single loop panels or ‘SW993-668’ for 2/4 loop panels.
A letter ‘V’ followed by the version number e.g V1_01 is version 1.01.
A dot followed by ‘hex’.
The following display is an example of a file for a single loop panel with software version 2.02:
Step 9
After locating the file, click on ‘Open’ to select the file. The PC screen should look like the following:
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Step 10
Click on ‘Comms’, then click on ‘Port’ and check that the correct Com port is selected. The Com port
represents the port on the back of the PC that the PC up/download lead is connected to. For example, if you
are using COM port 3 make sure COM3 has a round marker next to it.
Step 11
Click on ‘Flash’ then click on ‘Start’ to start the flashing process.
Step 12
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The panel software update will take several minutes and when it is finished the following PC screen will be
displayed
Note. If the program reports that it is unable to connect to the control panel. Check that the comm Port
setting is correct, the memory lock and the flash enable jumpers are in the correct positions. Power down and
re-power the control panel between attempts.
If the flash program reports that the verification process has failed, repeat steps 11 – 12.
Step 13
Remove power from the Control Panel and return the ‘Flash’ jumper (J1) to the disable position.
Step 14
Power up the control panel.
Step 15
It is now necessary to wipe the panel settings from the system menu before restoring them from the DX
configuration tool. Refer to the product manual if required.
(i)
Press any key to enter the menus. Enter a level 3 passcode when prompted.
ACCESS TO MENUS RESTRICTED
Enter Level 2/3 passcode,-
(ii)
On the following menu press 1 to enter the Commission menu.
[S1]
(iii)
press 3
1.Commission 2.Test 3.Clock
4.Disable/Enable 5.View Mode
On the following menu, press ‘7’ for Advanced options.
[S1 COMM] 1.Setup 2.Local-Outputs
3. Loop(s) 4:Zones 5:Normal :More
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On the following menu, press ‘5’ for the System Menu
[S1 ADV ] 1.On-board Inputs
2:Logic
3.Detection Modes 4:7-day Timers :More
(v)
Finally, press ‘3’ to wipe the memory.
[S1 SYSTEM] 1.Crystal 2: LCD Contrast
3.Wipe Memory 4:Serial Number
(vi)
The following confirmation screen will be displayed. Press ‘3’ to confirm.
Wipe ALL configuration memory
Press 3 to Confirm
(vii)
X:Cancel
The panel settings will now be wiped from memory. This may take a minute or so.
Wiping configuration memory
Please Wait ...
Step 16
The panel software has now been upgraded. RESTORE THE CONFIGURATION FROM THE PC, USINGTHE
LATEST VERSION OF THE CONFIGURATION TOOL AND ENSURE CORRECT OPERATION OF THE
PANEL – REFER TO THE PRODUCT MANUAL IF NECESSARY.
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