MAN1536_SmartTerminal_FireFinder_AS_Slim_Line.pdf

MAN1536_SmartTerminal_FireFinder_AS_Slim_Line.pdf
WORLD LEADER OF INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS IN FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS
SmartTerminal
A
AS
S44442288
FireFinder
Installation Commissioning & Operation
“Our aim is to provide ‘Consistently Excellent Service’ in the eyes of our customers”
MAN1536-6
SmartTerminal Installation Commissioning & Operation
Table of Contents
1
2
Page No.
Introduction ................................................................................................................. 4
1.1
Operation ....................................................................................................................... 4
1.2
Access levels ................................................................................................................. 4
Specifications ............................................................................................................. 5
2.1
Overview ........................................................................................................................ 5
3
Operational & Key Features ....................................................................................... 6
4
Mechanical .................................................................................................................. 6
4.1
5
6
Installation & Cabling ................................................................................................. 9
5.1
SmartTerminal Termination Board Interconnection ..................................................... 10
5.2
FACP Communications Extender Board Interconnection ............................................ 10
5.3
Setting the Address ...................................................................................................... 10
5.4
Setting the SmartTerminal in ConfigManager.............................................................. 11
5.4.1
Setting the SmartTerminal Reporting Parameters ....................................... 11
SmartTerminal Controls and Indicators .................................................................. 13
6.1
7
Mounting the Enclosure ................................................................................................. 6
4.1.1
Enclosure Details ............................................................................................ 6
4.1.2
Fixing the Chassis to the Wall ........................................................................ 7
4.1.3
Board Removal / Replacement....................................................................... 7
4.1.4
Removing the Knockouts ................................................................................ 7
LCD Screen Format ..................................................................................................... 17
Trouble Shooting Chart ............................................................................................ 19
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SmartTerminal Installation Commissioning & Operation
1
Introduction
SmartTerminal connects to the FireFinder™ Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) via the RS485
multidrop communication port. Generally it is designed to be used anywhere where the status of the
FACP is required to be monitored by local personnel and limited control is required.
1.1
Front panel controls that allow the resetting of alarms and activation/silencing of alarm
devices. Enabling operational access to the controls is via a key-switch;
Reports events from devices that are accessible to the host FACP. For example if the host
FACP is configured with global access then the connected SmartTerminal reports events
from all devices. If the host FACP is configured as local then the connected SmartTerminal
reports events from devices that are directly connected to the host FACP.
Operation
The operation of SmartTerminal can be considered to be in one of three states, these are;
1. Power up - when the SmartTerminal is initialising
2. Normal - when the SmartTerminal address has been set and is communicating with the
FACP, reporting normal / abnormal conditions and controlling the FACP via the front panel
controls
3. Fault where the SmartTerminal is in fault and/or is unable to communicate with the FACP.
Power Up
The LCD displays a message telling the operator SmartTerminal is being powered up and that the
hardware is being initialised. Once the hardware has been successfully initialised set the address
and SmartTerminal should automatically transition to the normal state. Should a failure occur on
power up press the “RESET” button located on the LCD PCB (see Figure 5) and check the address
is correct.
Normal
The Normal state is entered from the “Power-up” or a return from the “Fault” state and is displayed
on the LCD if the SmartTerminal is communicating with the FACP and operating correctly. In this
state the front panel Power indicator is illuminated.
Fault
SmartTerminal enters the Fault state upon;
A hardware failure
LCD module failure or
A loss of communications with the FACP (indicated by the “DIAGNOSTIC” LED – not
flashing and the “no communications“ message being displayed)
In a Fault condition the front panel NORMAL indicator is extinguished and the details of the fault are
displayed on the LCD. The FACP will also indicate a fault in a similar manner.
1.2
Access levels
There are two levels of access.
Access level 1 only the Acknowledge, previous and next front panel controls are operative. All other
controls operate in access level two.
Access level 2 is entered when the key-switch is in the ENABLED position.
Keyswitch disabled
Keyswitch enabled
Figure 1 Keyswitch in the Disabled / Enabled Positions
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2
Specifications
MECHANICAL
Dimensions ABS Cabinet: ( mm )
ENVIROMENTAL
Temperature:
Humidity:
INPUT POWER
Operating Voltage ( nominal ):
Operating Voltage ( minimum ):
Quiescent Current @ 26.5VDC:
Maximum Current:
Cabling Requirements:
195mm (H) x 345mm (W) x 50mm (D)
-5ºC to + 55ºC
25% to 75%
27VDC
18VDC
12.4mA (back light, off buzzer off”)
43.8mA (back light on, buzzer on)
2 core 1.5 to 2.5mm²
Optional 27VDC Power Supply:
Batteries:
27VDC OUTPUTS
Auxiliary 27VDC Distribution Protection:
Cabling Requirements:
COMMUNICATIONS
Internal to FACP:
External to FACP:
Cabling Requirements:
Fault monitoring:
Maximum Number of SmartTerminal’s
FACP:
Maximum Distance (from FACP):
LCD
2.1
1.8A plus 400mA Battery Charging
12Ahr
24VDC 500mA Monitored
2 core 1.5 to 2.5mm²
per
RS485
RS485
Twisted pair plus power
O/C, S/C
30
1.2Kms.
4 line X 40 character - backlit
Overview
SmartTerminal essentially consists of three PCBs;
1. BRD82CEB2 – FACP – Communications Extender Board. The Communications Extender
Board is mounted inside the FACP and provides the protected RS485 communications and
27VDC to the SmartTerminal Termination Board/s and LCD/s.
2. SmartTerminal Termination Board. A Termination Board is mounted in each SmartTerminal
to protect and interface the RS485 communications and 27VDC supply to the LCD Board
3. BRD82ICC2 – Control, LCD Communications and LCD Driver Board
Note: A maximum of 30 SmartTerminal’s may be connected to the communications bus over a
distance of approximately 1.2Kms
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3
Operational & Key Features
SmartTerminal complies with AS4428 /NZS4512 and has been designed for use with the
FireFinder™ series of FACP’s.
4
4 line by 40 character LCD with backlight and navigation keys keys allow the
SmartTerminal to be used for FACP operation and interrogation. Note the backlight is only
energised when alarms are present, a key has been pressed or controls enable key switch is
enabled
Buzzer and system Reset.
System expansion capabilities / options:
A wide range of secure user functions. This includes the ability to disable / re-enable a large
number of system functions.
Flush or surface mountable enclosure.
Controls have tactile and audible feedback of operation.
All terminals cater for 2.5mm cables.
Mechanical
SmartTerminal is supplied in an ABS cabinet and consists of;
The Main Card, with all controls and indicators mounted directly onto it
1 X Termination Board
2 X ABS door keys
2 X 003 Enable / Disable keys
2 X Jumper links
Note:
A Communications Extender Board will be required if the Comms Bus in the FACP
is fully utilised and / or if one is not fitted.
The front door of the ABS version is locked by way of two clips on the right hand side of the cabinet.
A special locating key which has two raised pins that are inserted into the side of the cabinet unlocks
the door.
DOOR RELEASE PINS
DOOR RELEASE PINS
Figure 2: ABS Door Key
4.1
Mounting the Enclosure
The panel MUST be mounted in an area that is NOT subject to conditions likely to affect its
performance, e.g. damp, salt-air, water ingress, extremes of temperature, abuse etc. is at an easily
accessible height and such that the indicators are at eye level.
Typical locations for the panel are the first and most obvious point of contact for emergency services
or a security office that is likely to be permanently staffed.
4.1.1
Enclosure Details
The LCDA can be surface or semi-flush mounted, is supplied with a detachable front door,
mountable back box and a minimum of two separate PCBs.
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4.1.2
Fixing the Chassis to the Wall
Taking into account the weight of the panel securely mount it by using the three keyhole mounting
holes in the backpan, two in the top and one in the bottom. Use suitably sized screws and plugs for
the type of mounting surface.
Caution: Any dust or swarf created during the fixing process must be kept out of the cabinet and
great care should be taken not to damage any wiring or components.
4.1.3
Board Removal / Replacement
If a PCB has to be removed the following precautions should be observed;
Removing the door will provide better access to the boards and will ensure the hinges are
not accidentally stressed.
Personal anti- static procedures must be followed.
When disconnecting the RJ45 style connecting cable from the PCB, make sure that the
cable remains connected to at least one board to prevent it being misplaced.
Connector
Push Tab Inwards
and Gently Pull
the Connector
From the Socket
Note:
Care should be taken when detaching this connector as it is necessary to depress
the small locking tab to unlock the connector from its base. To reconnect the cable the connector
must first be correctly aligned then pushed into the socket so it locks into position.
4.1.4
Carefully remove the retaining screws at each corner of the board taking care not to damage
any of the components.
Place each board into anti- static storage once removed.
Removing the Knockouts
The knock-outs should be removed with a sharp tap in the rim of the knock-out using a flat broadbladed screwdriver. Note: Use of excessive force could damage the enclosure around the knock-out.
Note: Any unused knock-outs must be securely blanked off.
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HINGE PIN 2
CONTROL
PANEL CLIPS
INTO FRONT DOOR
FRONT DOOR
KEY SUPPLIED
TAPED TO TOP
OF ENCLOSURE
TAP AROUND
RIM TO
REMOVE
KNOCKOUTS
BRD82ICC
BRD82LTB
CONNECT BRD82LTB
CN1 TO BRD82ICC
C N5
HINGE PIN 1
TO REMOVE THE FRONT DOOR
SLIDE THE TOP AND BOTTOM
HINGE PINS OUT OF THE HINGES
INSERT KEY
TABS HERE
TO UNLOCK
ENCLOSURE
ENABLE / DISABLE KEY
SUPPLIED TAPED TO INSIDE
OF ENCLOSURE
Figure 3: Exploded View
KNOCKOUTS
324mm
39 mm
213mm
TB3 TB4
- COM
RS4 85 IN
+24V 0V +24V 0V
POWER IN POWE R OU T
- COM
+
RS4 8 5 OUT
195mm
BR D82LTB2-
12 mm
LK1
R 6mm.
BRD82LTB
304mm
Figure 4: Typical Layout (Externally Powered) and Location of Keyholes
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127mm
TB2 TB1
CN1
+
03/05/2006
175mm
KEY HOLE
MOUNTING
HOLE
SmartTerminal Installation Commissioning & Operation
Installation & Cabling
The Communications Extender Board (Item Number 159-0129) should be mounted into the FACP
and cabled as shown below.
It should be noted the Communications Extender Board and its supporting plate is mounted in a
piggy back fashion onto one of the loop / zone boards.
2 LOOP TERMINATION BOARD
(302-7350)
A
L 2 + L 1-
EXT
B
+ 3 5V L 2 + L 1-
EXT
+ 3 5V
A
L 2 + L1 -
EXT
+ 35V
B
L 2+ L1 -
EXT
+ 35 V
A
L 2 + L 1-
EXT
B
+ 3 5V L 2 + L 1-
A
L 2 + L1 -
EXT
+ 3 5V
EXT
B
+ 35 V L2+ L1-
EXT
+ 3 5V
FRONT PANEL CONTROL (BRD85CTLA)
MAIN CONTROL BOARD (BRD85MBA)
CH1 5
D13
CN17
CN13
RJ45
CN20
ENSURE CN1 3 - 15 ARE FITTED
WITH PIN ENTRY SIDE FACING
THE BOTTOM OF THE BOARD
CH15
5.6 AMP SWITCHMODE
POWER SUPPLY (330-0002)
CH16
CN14
CN15
4
CN18
C N2
C N2
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
CN1
U1 4
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
U1 3
CN1
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
U1 5
C N2
16 WAY
1
CN2
c
CN1
CPU BOARD
(BRD85CPU)
2
1
a b
3
c
1
a b
L OO P COMM S
CN11
L(AC) N(AC)
RN2 0
(AC)
-V
-V
+V
+V
RN17
CN3
CN1
CN3
CN1
AP I-735
AUG 2000
20 WAY
1
AP I-735
AUG 2000
U1 1
CH8
U 10
CH8 CH6
CH8
CN10
PSU MO NITOR
BRIGADE I/F
27 V IN
CN16
10 WAY
CN7
CN2
CN4
CN6
CN8
P OWE R
TX1
CN2
CN4
P OWE R
TX1
M ODEM
CN21
TH1
CH1
CN2
CH2
CN4
CN1
CN3
EXPANSION PANEL
B Z1
EXPANSIO N LEDS
CN5
F RO NT PANEL
3 WAY
PRINTER
CN3
A
L 2 + L1 -
EXT
B
+ 35 V L 2 + L1 -
A
L 2+ L 1 -
EXT
+ 3 5V
EXT
+ 3 5V
B
L2 + L 1-
EXT
+ 35 V
A
L 2 + L 1-
EXT
B
+ 3 5V L 2 + L 1-
A
L 2 + L1 -
EXT
+ 3 5V
EXT
B
+ 35 V L 2 + L1 -
EXT
+ 3 5V
CN1
20 WAY
F RO NT PANEL
EXPANSION LEDS
TO
LCDA
COM
CN5
0V
P OWE R OUT
+24V
TB3
BEL L2
-
C H8
C H8
CN1
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
-
RS 4 85 OUT
CH8
CH8
CN1
+
TB 1
27VDC
in/out
CN5
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
RS485
CN3
CN4
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
CH8
CN2
CN5
1
CN2
CN2
1
CN2
R1
1
+
TB 4
CN1
CN3
CN3
CN1
+
BELL1
-
AP I-735
AUG 2000
6
CN3
CN1
7
8
CN 3
CN4
CN2
CN4
P OWE R
CN2
CN4
TX1
P OWE R
TX1
AUX POW ER O/P
+ + -
20 WAY
TB5 W ARN SYS
+ NO C NC
+ -
TB4 AUXILIARY
NO C NC
CN2
TB2
COMMUNICATIONS EXTENDER
BOARD IS MOUNTED HERE
TB6
+ -
FAULT
NO C NC
CN3
CUTAWAY FRONT DOOR REAR VIEW
SHOWING INSTALLED BOARDS ON
FRONT DOOR AND WIRING DETAILS
I SOL ATE
NO C NC
CN2
CUTAWAY CABINET BACKPAN VIEW
SHOWING MODULES FITTED TO THE BACKPAN
AND WIRING DETAILS
BRIGADE
PSU MONITOR
BOARD
(302-6732)
BATT FAI L
C
VALVE MON
NO C NC
AL ARM
NO C NC
CN1
27VDC DISTRIBUTION
TB1 0
CN6
SGD II
DOOR SW DB A/MCP
+ IN -
+ BAT -
TO BATTERIES
Figure 5: FACP Internal Layout
The SmartTerminal is then connected to the FACP as shown below.
SHIELDED COMMS CABLE
FACP FRONT PANEL CONTROL (BRD85CTLA)
CH16
D13
+24VDC
RJ45
CABLE
CN17
MAIN CONTROL BOARD (BRD85MBA)
CH15
CN20
CN13
SHIELD
0V
CN14
CN15
2
CN2
CN2
LOOP COMMS
CN2
1
c
1
a b
1
a b
c
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
U15
CN 2
TB1
CN18
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
SLAVE CPU
(302-6692)
- COM
+
RS485 OUT
L2
RN20
ZD3
TH1
TH2
C15
U13
CN2
U11
CH8
CH8 CH6
M1
CN1
CN1
CN1
1
U14
ZD2
L6
C12
COMMUNICATIONS EXTENDER BOARD
( ITEM NUMBER 159 - 0129 )
M2
CPU BOARD
(BRD85CPU)
+24 V 0 V
POWER OUT
TB4
L1
RN17
CN3
CH8
25/11/2005
3
BRD82LTB2
4
CN11
CN4
U10
TP 3
D14
CN10
CN5
PSU MONITOR
BRIGADE I/F
CN16
27V IN
CN7
CN6
CN8
MODEM
R17
+
TH1
CH1
CN21
CN2
CH2
CN3
CN4
EXPANSION PANEL
CN1
BZ1
EXPANSION LEDS
FRONT PANEL
CN3
CN5
PRINTER
FACP CABINET
CN1
EXPANSION LEDS
TO AVAILABLE 27VDC
CONNECTOR (3 WAY)
RS485
OUT
V DC
IN
-
CO M
TB2
TB3 TB4
+
+24 V 0 V +24 V 0 V
POWER IN POWER OUT
LK1 NOT FITTED
TO
LCD
- COM
RS485 IN
TB1
- COM
+
RS485 OUT
TB3 TB4
+24V 0V +24V 0V
POWER I N P OWER OUT
BRD82LTB2-
+
CN1
COM
BRD82LTB2-
TO
LCD
-
VDC 0 V
OUT
03/05/2006
TB1
TB2
+
TO NEXT LCDA
MAXIMUM OF 30
+24V
LK1 MUST BE FITTED TO
THE LAST BOARD ON
THE COMMS BUS
SmartTerminal 1
TERMINATION BOARD No.2 ( BRD82LTB2 )
TERMINATION BOARD No.1 ( BRD82LTB2 )
Figure 6: Connecting SmartTerminal to the FACP
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RS485
IN
CN1
5
SmartTerminal 2
(IF FITTED)
SmartTerminal Installation Commissioning & Operation
5.1
SmartTerminal Termination Board Interconnection
Connector
CN1
Pin Number
1,2
3, 4
5, 6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15, 16
17, 18
19, 20
5.2
5.3
Purpose
Terminal Block
TB1 (RS485 OUT)
TB2 (RS485 IN)
1 (Pin Number)
2
3
0V
+24VDC
0V
TP6
RESET
TP7
TP8
TP9
TP10
RTX+
RTX+3V3
+5VDC
0V
Purpose
RS485 +ve
RS485 -ve
SCREEN
Terminal Block
TB4 (27VDC OUT)
TB3 (27VDC IN)
Purpose
1 (Pin Number)
2
0V
+24VDC
FACP Communications Extender Board Interconnection
Terminal
Block
TB1 (RS 485 OUT)
Number
Purpose
Note: CN1,CN2,CN3 and CN4 are not
used and are not mounted on the PCB
Connector
CN2 (IN) &
CN3 (OUT)
1 (Pin Number)
2
4
5
7
8
1
2
3
RS485 +ve
RS485 -ve
SCREEN
Purpose
Terminal
Block
TB4 (27VDC OUT)
Number
Purpose
Connector
CN4 (IN) &
CN5 (OUT)
Purpose
1
2
0V
+24VDC
1, 3 (Pin Number)
2
0V
+24VDC
TP18
0V
RTX+
RTX0V
TP18
Setting the Address
Open the front door; locate the “CONFIG” button situated on the left hand side of the PCB and press
for 3 seconds. The buzzer and “Config” LED will double beep and flash respectively to indicate that
the Configuration mode has been entered. The LCD will now display the Configuration screen. This
screen consists of the code version number, current address and four adjustment markers. These
markers A-, A+, C-, and C+ are used to indicate the keys that adjust the address and LCD contrast.
Use the “PREVIOUS (A-) and NEXT” (A+) keys to select the desired address. The default value for
this address is 255 which is not a valid SmartTerminal address. The user must then select an
address value from 1 to 30, i.e. the same address as that set in the FACP. The keys corresponding
to C- (ACK) and C+ (RESET) are used in a similar manner to decrease and increase the LCD
contrast level. There is audible feedback for all key presses.
Once the address has been set press the “CONFIG” button again for 3 seconds and the screen will
return to its default and the “DIANOSTIC” LED will return to a slow flash. This slow flash indicates
SmartTerminal and the FACP are communicating normally i.e. the LED flashes if communications
data is being received from the FACP.
Note:
If the address is not set within the time out period of approximately 75 seconds
SmartTerminal will return to its normal state.
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5.4
Setting the SmartTerminal in ConfigManager
Right click on the Controller icon and select “Edit Module Types” to bring up the following screen/s.
Figure 7 The Controller Edit / Add Module Types Screens
Click within the check box to “tick” the
check box and click OK. Double click on the
Controller to open the Panel screen and the SmartTerminal tab should now be visible along with the
other installed functions.
5.4.1
Setting the SmartTerminal Reporting Parameters
To set the SmartTerminal parameters click on the SmartTerminal tab and the following screen will
be displayed. Under the assigned SmartTerminal Card designator, 1 to 30, click in the Active box to
change the “N” (NO not fitted) to “Y” (YES fitted) and then enter or type in a “Description”. The
description should be a name given to the SmartTerminal (LCDA) or its physical location. Double
click in each of the “Report” boxes to display and set the, “Y” (Yes reports the parameter) and “N”
(No does not report the parameter) “Alarms, Faults, Disables” parameters that SmartTerminal will
display on each SmartTerminal at each location.
Note:
A maximum of 30 SmartTerminal’s can be used in the configuration of the FACP.
Note: In this case SmartTerminal
numbers 6 to 30 are not used.
Figure 8 Example of SmartTerminal Configuration Settings Screen
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In the above example Card 1 & 2;
Are active
Are situated in the factory floor area 8
Will display all Alarms
Will not display any Faults, and
Will not display any Disables
Card 3
Is active
Is situated in the stores area
Will display all Alarms
Will display any Faults, and
Will not display any Disables
Card 4 & 5
Are active
Are situated in the security areas
Will display all Alarms
Will display any Faults, and
Will display any Disables
CN1
Q1
Q7
CN3
U1
BRD82ICC2-
DISCHARGE POINT
TOUCH HERE FIRST
LCD
R12 R46 R42
R47 R45 R43
28/04/2006
CN2
CN5
TO
TERM
BRD
CONFIG
U2
SW27
U3
U4
D35
D3
D4
D5
RN1
D6
LCDA Main
Control PCB
DIAGNOSTIC /
CONFIG LED
U5
D7
RESET
BZ1
D8
U6
D2
SW28
TH1
U7
D13
D9
Q2
D18
1
D22
7 6
CN9
LK1
Q4
CN7
D19
CN7
D23
D20
D32
D31
D24
Q6
BRD82ICC
PRINTER
CN8
U14
U15
R35
RN13
CN10
D29
D11
D15
PWR LINK
CN10
Figure 9 LCD Printed Circuit Board Layout
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D10
D14
U12
8
3 2
U11
CN6
D21
5
4
U10
D17
KEYSWITCH
U9
U8
X1
D16
CN11
PWR LINK
CN12
Q5
D12
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SmartTerminal Controls and Indicators
All controls, except for the Enable / Disable keyswitch, are of a momentary push button style.
Figure 10 SmartTerminal Front Panel Layout
(Yellow) Illuminated when the External Alarm output has been isolated either at the
SmartTerminal or the FACP.
External Alarm Isolate
Press to isolate the External Alarm output (associated LED illuminated).
Press again to re-enable the output (associated LED extinguished).
Active at access level 2.
WARNING
SYSTEM
ISOLATE
(Yellow) Illuminated when the Warning System output has been isolated either at the
SmartTerminal or the FACP.
Warning System Isolate
Press to isolate the Warning System output (associated LED illuminated).
Press again to re-enable the output (associated LED extinguished).
Active at access level 2 only.
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PREVIOUS
Primary Function
Press to display the previously displayed LCD screen
Secondary Function
Set SmartTerminal address – A – (minus) decrement number
Active at access level 1 and 2
NEXT
Primary Function
Press to display the next displayed LCD entry
Secondary Function
Set SmartTerminal address – A + (plus) increment number
Active at access level 1 and 2
ALARM
ACK
(Red) General fire alarm indicator. The LED will flash until all alarms have been
acknowledged. Once Acknowledged the LED will remain steady until all alarms have been cleared
by Reset.
Acknowledge
Acknowledges the alarm condition of the sensor or conventional zone that is currently displayed on
the LCD.
If the key is held down for 3 seconds a lamp test is initiated. The Lamp Test illuminates all indicators,
segments on the LCD and momentarily sounds the buzzer
Active at access level 1 and 2.
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FAULT
RESET
(Yellow) Indicator is illuminated when there is one or more faults on the system. Faults
can be;
Devices – missing, out of calibration, wrong type, reporting an internal error
Loops – short circuit or open circuit
Monitored inputs and outputs on loop devices
Sounders – missing, wrong type or reporting an internal error
Modules within the panel – missing, wrong type or hardware error
Main and secondary supplies
Reset
Resets the acknowledged alarm condition of the sensor or conventional zone currently displayed on
the LCD
Active at access level 2 only.
ISOLATED
ISOLATE
(Yellow) Indicator is illuminated when one or more device/s or conventional zones are
isolated either at the SmartTerminal or the FACP.
Isolate
Isolates (or de-isolates) the sensor or conventional zone currently displayed on the LCD
Active at access level 2 only
Key Switch Controls enable key switch. The SmartTerminal by default is in access level 1,
and when the control enable key switch is in the ENABLED position, the SmartTerminal is in access
level 2. Access level 2 is used to restrict access to certain controls.
Buzzer
The Buzzer is activated under the following conditions and can be silenced by pressing the
Acknowledge (ACK) control locally or on the FACP.
Alarm condition
Devices – missing, out of calibration, wrong type, reporting an internal error
Loops – short circuit or open circuit
Monitored inputs and outputs on loop devices are in fault
Sounders – missing, wrong type or reporting an internal error
Modules within the panel – missing, wrong type or hardware error
Main and / or secondary power supply fault
Controls enable key switch. The SmartTerminal by default is in access level 1, and when the control
enable key switch is in the ENABLED position, the SmartTerminal is in access level 2. Access level 2
is used to restrict access to certain controls.
POWER
(Green) Illuminated to show the presence of power. Flashes when mains
has failed
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POWER FAULT
(Yellow) Illuminated when there is a fault with the power supply. Fault can
be no mains, high charger voltage, low battery voltage or missing/damaged battery
SYSTEM FAULT
(Yellow) Illuminated when the FACP is unable to provide mandatory
functions. Indicator is latched, until cleared by reset
EARTH FAULT
(Yellow) Illuminated when there is an earth fault detected on the panel
EXTERNAL ALARM
FAULT
(Yellow) Illuminated if the External Alarm output is in fault
WARNING SYSTEM
FAULT
(Yellow) Illuminated is the Warning System output is in fault
ACF
FAULT / ISOLATED
(Yellow) Illuminated steady if the ACF output has been disabled and flashes
if the ACF output is in fault (open or short circuit). Isolate has priority over fault
ASE FAULT
(Yellow) Illuminated when the ASE output is in fault
TEST
(Yellow) Illuminated when the FACP is in the test mode. Possible tests are
alarm, fault, walk, lamp and loop.
AIF ACTIVE
(Yellow) Illuminated when the AIF facility is active at the FACP
PRE ALARM
(Yellow) Illuminated when one or more devices are in the pre-alarm
condition and not disabled
DAY / NIGHT ACTIVE
(Yellow) Illuminated when day / night facility has been enabled on the FACP
(Yellow) Programmable 1 to 4 – For future use
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6.1
LCD Screen Format
There are 3 events that can be reported and displayed by SmartTerminal. The types of event are;
Alarm
Faults and
Isolates.
The types of events are only associated with sensors and detectors hence faults associated with
modules, loops O/C – S/C, power supplies and so forth are not reported on the LCD.
The SmartTerminal has front panel indicators for each type of event. When SmartTerminal is
configured not to report a type of event and that event type is present (and the corresponding front
panel indicator is illuminated on the SmartTerminal), then a standard information screen is
displayed on the LCD stating the system is not normal and the operator should see the FACP.
Alarm: If configured the screen format for reporting loop / sensor / zone fire condition is:
Device descriptor (up to 33 characters) Type Descriptor (up to 6 characters)
Loop address and zone number(Lxx Syyy.zz Zwww) current device status
Date and Time of occurrence (DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS)
Alarm sequence number ( Device Alarms nnn of nnn)
Fault: If configured the screen format for reporting loop / sensor / zone fault condition is:
Device descriptor (up to 33 characters) Type Descriptor (up to 6 characters)
Loop address and zone number(Lxx Syyy.zz Zwww) current device status
Fault sequence number ( Device Fault nnn of nnn)
Note: The fault types only relate to devices.
In the event of a loss of communications, for a period of greater than 15 seconds the SmartTerminal
will default to the No Communications screen. The format for this screen is:
No Communication
Device Isolate / Disables: If configured the screen format for reporting loop / sensor / zone disable
condition is:
Device descriptor (up to 33 characters) Type Descriptor (up to 6 characters)
Loop address and zone number(Lxx Syyy.zz Zwww) current device status
Isolate / Disable sequence number ( Device Fault nnn of nnn)
Pre-alarm: If configured the screen format for reporting loop / sensor / zone Pre-alarm condition is:
Loop address and zone number(Lxx Syyy.zz Zwww)
Pre-alarm descriptor (up to 15 characters)
Pre-alarm sequence number ( Device Pre-alarms nnn of nnn)
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Normal / Default: The format for reporting that everything is normal is:
Current Date and Time (DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM)
System Status
The screen is only displayed when there are no alarms, fault or disables on the panel.
The default screen is only displayed when there are no device alarms, device faults or device
disables present on the system. The highest priority current system status will be displayed and can
be one of the following listed in order of highest to lowest priority:
“SYSTEM ALARM”
“SYSTEM PRE-ALARM”
“SYSTEM FAULT”
“SYSTEM ISOLATE”
“SYSTEM NORMAL”
Config: The Config screen displays the following
VX.X ( This is the code software version number )
Address
A - A + C - C+
A - A + : adjusts the address 1 to 30, 30 being the maximum number of SmartTerminal’s that can
be connected to the FACP, ( default is 255 which is not a valid address).
The function keys perform the following;
A – Press “Previous”
A+ press “Next”
C - C+: decreases [-] and increases [+] the LCD contrast level.
The function keys perform the following;
C – Press “Silence Buzzer”
C+ press “Reset”
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7
Trouble Shooting Chart
Problem
Normal Supply LED not illuminated
FACP Earth Fault LED illuminated
FACP System Fault LED illuminated
FACP Warning System Fault LED
illuminated
RS485 Communication
working
Bus
not
Solution
Check supply voltage it should be set to 27.2VDC.
Nominal fault voltages are - Low = (<18VDC)
High = (> 28VDC )
Check all input and output cabling and wiring assemblies
for short to ground
Ensure correct panel configuration
Check all connections for loose wiring
Check correct E.O.L is fitted
Check wiring is connected correctly
Refer FACP LCD. This may identify where there is a break
in the communication line
Check the SmartTerminal Diagnostic Config LED is flashing.
If not the FACP is not communicating with the
SmartTerminal. Check the RS485 cabling.
If flashing check the SmartTerminal’s address.
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