FireSystem 2000 product data sheet.

FireSystem 2000 product data sheet.
FireSystem 2000
Commercial and Light Industrial
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Features
• Easily expandable. All new plug-in board design
• Two supervised audible circuits
• Lamp and system trouble circuit test
• Ground fault detection
• LTi Series NEMA 4/12 enclosures available
• Monitors up to 5,000 feet (1,524m) of Protectowire
Linear Heat Detector per zone
• Up to 30 smoke detectors per zone
Description
The FireSystem 2000 is a fully supervised, non-coded fire alarm
control panel available in multiple zone configurations. The
control panels are modular in design and feature individual control modules designed to meet specialized system requirements
for commercial, institutional, and light industrial applications.
The system is both UL listed and FM approved and conforms to
applicable NFPA 72 requirements for local and auxiliary protective signaling systems. It may also be used as part of a proprietary fire alarm system or, when properly configured, is capable
of sprinkler supervisory service, water flow alarm, preaction
sprinkler or deluge system release.
The basic 2-wire system control panel and its associated power
supply provide the following standard features: two (2) supervised detection circuits, that may be field wired for either Class
A (Style D) or Class B (Style B); two (2) supervised Class B
(Styles W & Y) audible appliance circuits; battery charger and
monitor; ground fault detection; lamp test; one (1) set of SPDT
common alarm contacts, two (2) sets of Form A or B (selectable)
common trouble contacts, and one (1) set of Form A or B
(selectable) common supervisory contacts. Common trouble
contacts may be programmed for silenceable or non-silenceable
operation.
An ISO 9001:2008 Registered Company
APPROVED
Flexibility
The basic 2000 Series Control Panel is designed for easy expansion of
system capability by adding additional modules and functions to the
standard system. The 2000 will accommodate a combination
of the following options:
• Protectowire alarm point location meter
• Extinguishing system release and supervision
• Water flow detection
• Fire and non-fire supervisory monitoring
• Intrinsically safe detection zones
• Supplementary relays
Protectowire Alarm Point Location
Meter (Option A) and Scanner
(Options C, C2, & C3)
Protectowire introduces “smart” detector technology to Linear Heat
Detectors. The PDM-1000-2 Meter (Option A) may be built into
the 2000 Series Control Panel to locate a heat actuated point on
the Protectowire Linear Heat Detector. The meter will display the
distance in feet or meters from the start of the Detector portion of
the zone to the overheated or actuated point on the Protectowire Linear
Heat Detector.
A complete list of available options is included in the “System Configuration Guide” section of this catalog sheet.
System Expansion
The basic 2-wire control unit consists of two (2) detection zones, and
requires one module space in the system enclosure. The zone capacity
of the basic system can be expanded up to a maximum of forty-six (46)
zones in one EN12 enclosure, by utilizing the required number of plugin zone modules and their associated EB-91A zone expander boards.
Each standard 2-wire zone module requires a half module space in the
system enclosure and contains two (2) individual detection circuits. To
monitor the two detection circuits, a red LED zone alarm indicator and
a yellow zone trouble indicator are supplied for each zone. Supervisory
zone cards utilize two yellow LED indicators per zone to indicate supervisory alarm and supervisory trouble.
PDM-1000–2 Protectowire alarm point location meter with 16 zone alarm
scanner. (Options A & C)
A Zone Alarm Scanner option for the PDM-1000-2 is available which
allows for automatic identification and display of the Protectowire zone
in alarm, as well as the alarm point distance location, while still monitoring the remaining Protectowire zones for an alarm condition. The
Scanner is available in the following configurations: 16 zones (Option
C), 32 zones (Option C2), and 48 zones (Option C3).
Solenoid Release & Initiating Device
Module (Option F)
FS2000 Basic control module
Zone expander board (EB-91A) with
one plug-in zone module
The modular system design enables the system to be modified at any
time. The required number of input and output circuits and system
options are custom assembled and tested at the factory to ensure exact
conformance with the customer’s application requirements.
System F eatures
Nine system status indicators are mounted on the main control board.
A green POWER ON LED, a red SYSTEM ALARM LED, a yellow
SYSTEM TROUBLE/SUPERVISORY signal LED, and a yellow
GROUND FAULT indicator. Additional yellow indicating LED’s are
provided for ALARM SILENCED, AUDIBLE SIGNAL CIRCUITS
OPEN/SHORTED, BATTERY LOW and BATTERY OUT.
Standard system controls consist of four push button switches which
provide the following functions: System Reset, Alarm Silence, Trouble
Silence, and Lamp and Trouble Test.
The RS-1 Solenoid Release and Initiating Device Modules are designed
to operate and supervise solenoid valves used for the actuation of extinguishing systems. The plug-in module provides one (1) supervised
solenoid output circuit and one (1) Class B (Style B) initiating device
circuit that is jumper selectable for either alarm or supervisory field
devices.
Release logic and activation of the module is governed by the appropriate programmed detection zone(s) in the 2000 Series Control Panel.
Once the module is activated, a 24VDC output is initiated to energize
the solenoid coil of the control valve to begin the extinguishing agent
release sequence and a red LED "Trip" indicator will light showing that
voltage has been supplied to the releasing circuit field terminals. Crosszoned operation is achieved through the use of the ZV-91 Zone Voting
Module (Option V) or by removing a micro-jumper and applying
appropriate outputs from either the MB-91A Main Board or EB-91A
Expander Board.
The release circuit is supervised for open and shorted conditions. In
the case of an open or short, the system trouble buzzer will pulse and
the appropriate yellow trouble LED will illuminate. A circuit discon-
nect switch is also provided to deactivate the module during servicing of
the system.
The RS-1 release module is UL listed and is approved by Factory Mutual for actuation of FM Solenoid Groups A, B, and D through K. The
Audible Alarm Circuits (Options T & U)
Each 2000 Series Control Panel contains two standard Class B (Styles
W & Y) general alarm circuits which are contained on the main control
board. These audible circuits may be wired in a Class A (Styles X & Z)
configuration when Option T is ordered.
Additional audible alarm circuits may be added to the system by utilizing AE-91 Audible Expander Modules (Option U). Each module provides one (1) audible alarm signaling circuit which may be wired in
either a Class A (Styles X & Z) or Class B (Styles W & Y) configuration. These plug-in modules may be provided in a latching or nonlatching mode and will also accept up to four (4) inputs for selective
activation by zone or groups of zones. Option U requires half a module
space in the system enclosure, and the total circuit load may not exceed
1.0 amp.
Zone Voting Module (Option V)
The ZV-91 Zone Voting Module (Option V) is designed to supply a
specific output signal(s) upon the receipt of multiple input signals.
Solenoid monitor and release module with Class B initiating circuit.
(Option F)
module can also be configured to operate the Star D deluge valve (FM
Solenoid Group C), but is not currently FM Approved for Star D service. This option requires half a module space in the system enclosure.
Intrinsically Safe Detection Circuits
(Options H & K)
The 2000 Series can be provided with intrinsically safe Class B detection
circuits for those areas that are classified as hazardous. The voltage and
current in the detection circuits will be limited to values which are
incapable of causing an explosion in a Division 1 area. Up to 3,500 ft.
(1,067m) of Protectowire Linear Heat Detector and/or other non-energy
storing contact initiating devices may be used per circuit. Two FM
Approved options are currently offered for the 2000 Series Control Panels:
Option H utilizes one shunt diode barrier per zone and has been
FM Approved for NEC Classes I, II, and III, Division 1, Groups A,
B, C, D, E, F, and G. This option permits the use of the Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter (Option A) but requires that the
system ground fault detection circuit be disabled.
Option K consists of a dual channel DC Isolator interfaced with
the detection circuits. One (1) Option K is required for every two
(2) zones. This option is FM Approved for NEC Classes I, II, and
III, Division 1, Groups A,B, C, D, E, F, and G. Option K permits
the use of the system ground fault detection circuit for all other
non-isolated system circuits. This option has the following restrictions: Not compatible with the Protectowire Alarm Point Location
Meter (Option A). Due to space limitations, the use of Option K is
limited to LTi Systems only.
Battery Charging Meters (Option P)
Battery Charging Meters (Option P) consist of a DC volt meter and
DC amp meter which provide a numerical indication of the system’s
battery condition. These meters provide an accurate display of both the
charging current draw and the battery standby voltage level. Option P
is side wall mounted inside the enclosure, and may be viewed only when
the enclosure door is opened.
The ZV-91 contains a programmable resistor network that will accept
up to 16 input signals. The 16 inputs are arranged into four (4) groups
of four (4) with each group capable of providing a designated output
signal (total 4). When used in a voting zone format, the module inputs
can be selectively programmed to provide an output signal upon activation of any two or three of the 16 inputs. When a cross-zoned configuration is required, the module will accept a maximum of eight (8) inputs
or zones, and can provide up to a maximum of four (4) separate ouputs.
The module provides excellent system versatility in control function
logic. Typical application examples are: actuation of selected relays from
the operation of two or more independent initiating circuits; activating
an AE-91 Audible Expander Module from a number of select initiating
device circuits; and cross-zoning of initiating device circuits and/or
supervisory circuits. The ZV-91 is designed for mounting on the sidewall of the enclosure, and does not require a designated module space
when sizing the system enclosure.
Auxiliary Power Supply (Option W)
The Auxiliary Power Supply (Option W) is designed to increase the
overall system power from 5.25 Amps to 9.0 Amps on any FS2000
Series Control Panel. The PS-2 supplies additional regulated power for
detection zones, solenoid release circuits, auxiliary audible circuits, alarm
relays, or other high power demand devices which may exceed the
capacity of the system’s main power supply.
The unit is completely supervised. Should the power supply fail, a trouble signal illuminates the system trouble LED, and the on-board buzzer
will activate. The PS-2 operates on primary AC power of 120VAC,
50-60Hz at 1.75 amps maximum, and provides 4.2 amps of DC power
under alarm conditions.
Power Conditioning Module (Option Y)
The PS-95 Power Conditioning Module (Option Y) is designed
to provide filtered, regulated DC power from unfiltered, unregulated
DC power sources. When 24VDC input power for the
PS-95 is taken from the proper point on the control panel,
battery backup is provided automatically to devices powered by the
module. When operating on battery backup, the PS-95’s unique
design prevents any voltage drop from occurring across the module.
The PS-95 features an AC-ON green LED indicator and a BACK-
UP ON yellow LED indicator. Reset can be accomplished by
utilizing the main panel system reset switch or the push button
switch located on the module. Provision has also been made to
accept a N/O switch connection for remote reset capability.
The module has a current output of 1.5 A @ 26VDC at idle,
and 2.0 A @ 26VDC during alarm. Output voltage is factory
calibrated at 25.5 to 26VDC.
System Enclosures
EN Commercial Series – NEMA Type 1
The EN Series System Enclosures are designed to accommodate
all input and output modules, power supplies, and batteries
(up to 18AH) utilized in the FireSystem 2000.
Each enclosure consists of a back box and door, fabricated of
heavy gauge steel and finished in a fine textured beige epoxy
enamel finish. The enclosure door, which is mounted on heavy
duty sag-resistant hinges, is fitted with a key lock, and may be
removed from the back box to permit easy installation and service. Red enclosures are optionally available and may be ordered
by adding the suffix “R” to the enclosure model number.
Each enclosure is vented, which allows for internal placement
of the emergency standby batteries. The largest battery supplied
by the factory, which may be installed in each model enclosure is
indicated in the chart below. When the system’s battery size
requirements exceed the sizes shown, a separately ordered battery
cabinet is required. Consult factory for information.
Encl.
Module
Spaces
EN2
EN4
EN6
EN9
EN12
2
4
6
9
12
Max.
battery
size
Width
Inches (cm)
Height
Inches (cm)
Depth
Inches (cm)
10AH
18AH
18AH
18AH
18AH
21" (53.3)
21" (53.3)
26" (66.0)
26" (66.0)
26" (66.0)
17" (43.2)
31" (78.7)
31" (78.7)
42" (106.7)
53" (134.6)
5" (12.7)
5" (12.7)
5" (12.7)
5" (12.7)
5" (12.7)
LTi Industrial Series — NEMA Type 4/12 & 4X
The LTi Series Enclosures are intended for use indoors or
outdoors and are designed primarily to provide a degree of protection against windblown dust and rain, splashing water, hosedirected water, and damage from external condensation. To
prevent the build-up of dangerous battery gases within the sealed
enclosure, a separately ordered battery cabinet is required. For
additional information on LTi Enclosures, refer to Data Sheet
9130.
Encl.
Model
Module
Spaces
Width
Inches (cm)
Height
Inches (cm)
Depth
Inches (cm)
Encl.
Color
LTi2X
LTi4
LTi6
LTi9
2
4
6
9
19.5" (49.5)
24.0" (70.0)
29.0" (73.7)
29.0" (73.7)
17.5" (44.5)
34.0" (86.4)
34.0" (86.4)
45.0" (114.3)
9.0" (22.9)
6.9" (17.4)
6.9" (17.4)
6.9" (17.4)
Red
Red
Red
Red
FireSystem 2000 Specifications
AC Supply
120 or 240VAC, 50-60Hz, 1.75 amp max.
Battery Supply
24VDC 4.5-55 ampere hour.
Gel cell (standard)
Nickel cadmium (special order)
Environmental Operation Conditions
Ambient temperature: 32°-120°F (0°-49°C).
Humidity: Max. 95% non-condensing.
Primary System Power
24V FWR by Tl, 175VA typical.
System Regulated Power
Each board (MB, EB, RS) has full voltage regulation,
12VDC and 24VDC.
Audible Signaling Device Circuits
24V – FWR with battery standby.
Maximum current: 2 amp/circuit, 3 amp combined.
Requires polarized audible devices.
Relay Contact Ratings
Common alarm: 3 amp @ 30VDC.
Common trouble: 1 amp @ 24VDC (silenceable or non-silenceable).
Common supervisory: 1 amp @ 24VDC.
Approvals*
• UL listed (9th Edition) • City of New York #MEA–374–91E
• Factory Mutual • Calif. State Fire Marshal #7165–0854:103
How To Order
Determine the type of system configuration required and follow
the appropriate ordering instructions:
Step 1 System will contain all Standard 2-wire Detection
Zones.
Select the Basic Control Unit which contains the required number of standard 2-wire detection zones.
Proceed to Step 2 and continue the ordering process as
instructed. Determine the number of 2–wire detection
zones required, and select the appropriate system control
unit from the models shown in the table below.
Basic 2–Wire System Control Units
Model #
FS2002
FS2004
FS2006
FS2008
FS2010
FS2012
FS2014
FS2016
FS2018
FS2020
FS2022
FS2024
FS2026
Enclosure
Module Spaces
1
11⁄2
2
21⁄2
3
31⁄2
4
41⁄2
5
51⁄2
6
61⁄2
7
Description
2 zones
4 zones
6 zones
8 zones
10 zones
12 zones
14 zones
16 zones
18 zones
20 zones
22 zones
24 zones
26 zones
continued
FS2028
71⁄2
28 zones
FS2030
8
30 zones
FS2032
81⁄2
32 zones
FS2034
9
34 zones
Add 1⁄2 module space for each additional 2 zones.
Step 2 Select option code letter(s) from the “System Configuration
Guide” section of this catalog sheet and show quantity when
necessary. Note options which require enclosure module
space(s).
Step 3 To determine the proper size system enclosure, add
the module spaces required for the basic control unit
(Step 1) plus the module spaces required for the quantity
of each option selected (Step 2). If the total module spaces
required for the system exceed the size of the largest enclosure, a second extender enclosure will be required. Select
two enclosures whose total module capacity equals or
exceeds that required for the complete system.
Step 4 Finalize complete system model number as shown in
the System Configuration Guide, Section D.
Step 5 Each 2000 Series Control Panel is custom assembled and
tested at the factory as a complete system. In order to
ensure conformance with each customer’s operational
requirements, every order should be accompanied by a brief
description of the panel’s operating logic and zone functions.
System Configuration Guide
A. Model number of basic system control unit selected in Step 1.
Specify AC input voltage: 120 or 240VAC
Specify battery charger adjustment code: GC – Gel Cell (Std.)
NC – Nickel
Cadmium
B. Options Encl. mod.
space
A
–
Protectowire alarm point location meter
PDM–1000–2
C
1
16 zone alarm scanner
C2
1
32 zone alarm scanner Requires Option A
C3
1
48 zone alarm scanner
D
1
2
⁄
Water flow detection zones (2/card)
E
1
2
⁄
Switch supervisory circuits Class A/B
(2 circuits/module)
F
1
2
⁄
Solenoid release and initiating device module
(1 release and 1 Class B initiating circuit/module)
H
(1-2)
(3-16)
(17-32)
–
0
1
2
Intrinsic safety barrier for Class B, 2-wire
detection circuits
(Option not available with system
ground fault detection)
Determine module space based upon zone
qty. shown in brackets.
K
–
Dual Channel DC Isolator for two (2) Class
B, 2-wire detection circuits (Not compatible
with Option A)*
L
–
Auxiliary output relay – SPDT
LL
–
Auxiliary output relay – DPDT
P
–
Battery charging meters
Q
–
Time delay relay
R
–
Auxiliary common alarm relay – DPDT
RR
–
Auxiliary relay module – 8-SPDT relays
(1 amp @ 24 VDC)
S
–
Auxiliary common trouble relay – DPDT
T
–
Class A (NFPA Styles X & Z) audible
circuits (main panel, general alarm only)
U
1
2
⁄
Audible expander card (I circuit, Class A or B)
V
–
Zone voting module
W
–
PS–2 auxiliary power supply
Y
–
PS–95 power conditioning module
Z
–
Door mounted, key operated, control switches
(reset, alarm silence, trouble/supervisory
silence & lamp test)
C. Enclosures
EN2 Commercial Type NEMA 1
EN4 Commercial Type NEMA 1
EN6 Commercial Type NEMA 1
EN9 Commercial Type NEMA 1
EN12 Commercial Type NEMA 1
LTi2X
LTi4
LTi6
LTi9
Industrial Type NEMA 4X
Industrial Type NEMA 4/12
Industrial Type NEMA 4/12
Industrial Type NEMA 4/12
2 module enclosure
4 module enclosure
6 module enclosure
9 module enclosure
12 module enclosure
2 module enclosure
4 module enclosure
6 module enclosure
9 module enclosure
D. Example of complete system model number. Note that the
quantity of each option ordered is shown after its Option Code
Letter.
FS2004-120-GC-F2-EN6
Control panel with four 2–wire detection zones operating on
120VAC 50–60Hz input & gel cell battery backup; (2) solenoid
release and initiating device modules (1 release & 1 Class B initiating circuit/module); all in a six (6) module beige enclosure.
Not all options are both UL Listed and FM Approved.
Consult factory for details.
* Size restrictions limit use of Option K to LTi Systems only.
Protectowire Total System Capability
Now it is easier than ever to specify a complete Protectowire System with all of its unique features and reputation for
reliability. The Protectowire Company offers an extensive line of fire and heat detection sensors and related products,
including:
• Optical Flame Detectors
• Manual Pull Stations
• Smoke Detectors
• Heavy-Duty Alarm Bells
• Horns
• Visual Signals/Strobes
All Protectowire products have been specifically designed and tested for compatibility and reliable operation with
Protectowire Control Panels.
Contact your local authorized Protectowire distributor for help in planning the system best suited to your needs.
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