S2000-AR1 rev.01 Instruction Manual - С2000-АР1 исп.01

S2000-AR1 rev.01 Instruction Manual - С2000-АР1 исп.01
S2000-AR1
Addressable Single-Input Module
REVISION 01
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
GENERAL
The S2000-AR1 Addressable Single-Input Module (hereinafter referred to as the S2000-AR1 or the module) is designed
to connect a conventional fire or intrusion detector (with normally-open or normally-closed contacts) into the multiplex
addressable Polling Loop (PL) of an S2000-KDL controller. Being housed within the interfaced detector’s enclosure, the
S2000-AR1 receives control signals from the detector’s alarm and tamper outputs returning specific statuses to the
S2000-KDL.
The S2000-AR1 module is supplied with power and communicates data with the S2000-KDL over the polling loop.
The S2000-AR1 module of revision 01 supports DPLS_v2.xx data communication protocol providing measuring voltage of
the polling loop at the point of its location.
The S2000-AR1 is designed for round-the-clock operating.
SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage (over the polling loop)
8 ÷ 10 VDC
Current Consumption (over the polling loop)
0.6 mA max
Pre-Operation Time
15 s max
Operating Temperatures
−30 to +50°C
Transport / Storage Temperatures
−50 to +50°C
Ingress Protection Rating
IP41
Humidity
93% at 40°C, non-condensing
Overall Dimensions
14 mm × 16 mm × 5 mm max
Weight
5 g max
Average Lifetime
at least 8 years
STANDARD DELIVERY
S2000-AR1 Modules
2 ECT UY Connectors
This Instruction Manual (one per 10 S2000-AR1)
Find the following unpacking the S2000-AR1:
STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAM
Zone-type detector
S2000-AR1
Red
+ ALARM
− ALARM
+ TAMPER
− TAMPER
Addr.
Device
Addr.
Device
XT1
+ PL
ADDRESSABLE MULTIPLEX POLLING LOOP
− PL
5 + PL
6 − PL
S2000-KDL
The above diagram shows wiring the S2000-AR1 to the polling loop of the S2000-KDL as well as to the ALARM and
TAMPER terminals of the interfaced conventional detector.
MOUNTING
The S2000-AR1 is housed within the enclosure of the interfaced zone-type detector. ALARM terminals of the S2000-AR1
are coupled with the alarm output of the interfaced detector which returns alarm conditions by opening its contacts. The
TAMPER terminals of the S2000-AR1, if used, must be connected to the detector’s tamper output, also opening its
contacts upon tamper alarm conditions.
To connect the S2000-AR1 to the polling loop of the C2000-KDL, split +PL and −PL contacts of the flat cable and couple
them with the relevant wires of the polling loop using ECT UY connectors provided. Please couple the red wire of the flat
cable with the positive polling loop wire. Using pliers, crimp the coupled conductors to provide reliable contacts.
PROGRAMMING
In order the S2000-AR1 operates properly within the multiplex addressable polling loop of the S2000-KDL controller, the
module must be assigned to a unique number from 1 to 127 within the polling loop. This number, or the loop address, is
stored in the S2000-AR1 non-volatile memory. The default factory value of the module address is 127.
Moreover, a monitoring strategy must be defined which will be used by the S2000-KDL controller while processing signals
received from the S2000-AR1.
Programming the S2000-AR1 Address within the S2000-KDL Polling Loop
An S2000-AR1 module is supplied with the default loop address of 127. This address value can be changed using either
S2000(M) console tools or the UProg Configuration Tool.
In order to program the unique S2000-AR1 loop address, connect the module to a S2000-KDL controller which is in turns
connected to a network controller (a S2000(M) console or PC under UProg software). Then send one of the following
commands to the S2000-KDL controller (for getting more information see the relevant User’s Manual):
Change the Device Address
Use the Change the Device Address command specifying the old module address and
the new module address as the parameters (see more information in the referred
Manuals). The network controller will display disconnecting the device with the old
address and then detecting the device with newly programmed address
Program the Device Address
If the device address is unknown or two devices have the same address then use the
Program the Device Address command specifying a required address as the parameter.
Then open the detector enclosure and disconnect module’s ALARM and TAMPER
terminals from the detector outputs. Next, couple the positive module terminals +ALARM
and +TAMPER. All the procedures should not last more than 5 seconds. The message
about detecting the device with the newly assigned address shall be displayed by a
network controller (S2000(M) or UProg Configuration Tool). Finally, uncouple module
terminals +ALARM and +TAMPER and attach all the ALARM and TAMPER module
terminals to the relevant outputs of the detector housing the S2000-AR1.
Programming the S2000-KDL to Operate the S2000-AR1
To handle signals from a S2000-AR1 correctly, the S2000-KDL controller the module is connected to must be
programmed with the proper Zone Type parameters for this S2000-AR1.
To program the S2000-KDL, connect it to a PC under UProg Configuration Tool and follow the relevant programming
instructions in accordance with the S2000-KDL User’s Manual.
The zone of the S2000-KDL the S2000-AR1 is connected to can be programmed with one of the zone types: 3 (Heat),
4 (Intrusion), 5 (Intrusion with Tamper Monitoring), 6 (Auxiliary), 7 (Entrance), or 11 (Panic). Being programmed with the
Zone Type 3 (Heat), the S2000-AR1 can generate only either Norm or Fire status.
S2000-AR1 ROUTINE TESTING
To test the S2000-AR1 module, arm its monitored circuit with the connected detector by means of a network controller
(either S2000/S2000M console or Orion PC). To verify transferring detector’s tamper alarm please ensure the Zone Type
is set to 5 for this S2000-AR1 in the C2000-KDL configuration.
Then simulate the detector alarm response by uncoupling the ALARM terminals of the S2000-AR1. Ensure the network
controller indicates a Fire Alarm or Intrusion Alarm for the monitored zone with the relevant loop address. Recover normal
conditions and reset the alarm by means of the network controller.
Next, simulate the detector tampering response by uncoupling the TAMPER terminals of the S2000-AR1. Ensure the
network controller indicates a Tamper Alarm for the relevant monitored zone. Recover normal conditions and reset the
alarm by means of the network controller.
If the network controller has displayed no intrusion / fire / tamper alarms said above then the module is defective and
must be replaced.
You can additionally inspect the parameters of the monitored circuits having measured their ADC values which correlate
with conditions of the monitored circuits (see Table 1 below).
Table 1. Match between measured ADC values and statuses of the monitored circuits
ALARM monitored circuit is closed
ALARM monitored circuit is open
TAMPER monitored circuit is closed
50
0
TAMPER monitored circuit is open
150
100
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