AS4428.1 Installation and Configuration Manual

AS4428.1 Installation and Configuration Manual
F3200/NDU
AS4428.1
INSTALLATION & CONFIGURATION MANUAL
F3200 PRODUCT MANUAL
Document Number: LT0255
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-- A P P R O V A L S -AUSTRALIAN STANDARD AS4428.1
- SSL Listing Number .....................…………………………………………………..afp789
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD AS3548 1995 Class A
NEW ZEALAND STANDARD NZS4512 1997
The F3200 and NDU is manufactured by:
Tyco Safety Products
211 Maces Road
Christchurch
NEW ZEALAND
Tel: (03) 389-5096
Fax: (03) 389-5938
COPYRIGHT (C) 2001, 2004
Information contained in this document is subject to copyright, and shall not be reproduced
in any form whatsoever, without the written consent of Tyco Safety Products.
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable, however
Tyco Safety Products reserves the right to change the content without prior notice.
F3200/NDU AS4428.1 Installation Manual
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TYCO SAFETY PRODUCTS
END USER LIABILITY DISCLAIMER
The F3200 Fire Indicator Panel and NDU have a configuration programming facility which
may be accessed from the keypad by using a password.
This programming facility allows the user to define detail of the operation of the System is
being customised. It is possible for the user to program operational features that prevent the
unit from meeting statutory requirements.
Tyco Safety Products does not accept responsibility for the suitability of the functions
programmed by the user.
AS3548 NOTE
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
End User Liability Disclaimer ................................................................................................. ii
Amendments ....................................................................................................................... vi
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
SCOPE.................................................................................................................................... 1-2
ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTATION........................................................................................ 1-3
PRODUCT HISTORY LOG..................................................................................................... 1-4
GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS ....................................................................................... 1-5
GLOSSARY OF TERMINOLOGY .......................................................................................... 1-6
CHAPTER 2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION...................................................................2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................. 2-2
PHYSICAL STRUCTURE....................................................................................................... 2-6
SYSTEM STRUCTURE .......................................................................................................... 2-8
CHAPTER 3 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................3-1
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
GENERAL............................................................................................................................... 3-2
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................... 3-3
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................... 3-4
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 3-8
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 3-15
CONTROLS .......................................................................................................................... 3-19
DISPLAYS ............................................................................................................................ 3-20
ORDERING INFORMATION ................................................................................................ 3-21
CHAPTER 4 CONFIGURING A FIP .......................................................................4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
GENERAL............................................................................................................................... 4-2
MODULE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................. 4-2
BATTERY & POWER SUPPLY.............................................................................................. 4-3
LINKS ON PCB MODULES ................................................................................................... 4-9
CHAPTER 5 INSTALLATION & WIRING...............................................................5-1
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................... 5-2
FIELD WIRING........................................................................................................................ 5-8
AZC WIRING......................................................................................................................... 5-10
MAF ANCILLARY RELAY WIRING ..................................................................................... 5-12
WARNING SYSTEM WIRING .............................................................................................. 5-15
MODULE RELAY WIRING ................................................................................................... 5-20
OPEN COLLECTOR WIRING .............................................................................................. 5-22
ASE INSTALLATION AND WIRING .................................................................................... 5-24
RDU WIRING ........................................................................................................................ 5-25
NDU INSTALLATION AND WIRING.................................................................................... 5-27
NZ MODE INPUTS AND OUTPUTS .................................................................................... 5-28
INSTALLATION : NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD
& BRIGADE DISPLAYS 5-30
CHAPTER 6 APPLICATIONS ................................................................................6-1
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
AS1668 AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL ............................................................................. 6-2
GASEOUS FIRE EXTINGUISHING ....................................................................................... 6-9
SUB FIP MONITORING........................................................................................................ 6-22
FIRE DETECTION IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES)............. 6-24
USE OF NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTS ...................................................................... 6-33
SPECIAL CONNECTIONS TO DETECTORS...................................................................... 6-34
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CHAPTER 7 ALIGNMENT, ADJUSTMENT & PLACING INTO OPERATION.......7-1
7.1
7.2
7.3
ALIGNMENT & ADJUSTMENT.............................................................................................. 7-2
PLACING INTO OPERATION ................................................................................................ 7-3
ERROR MESSAGES FOR STARTUP ................................................................................... 7-7
APPENDIX A
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COMPATIBLE ACTUATING DEVICES (DETECTORS) ...................... A-1
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AMENDMENTS
ISSUE
1.0
DATE
07/02/01
1.01
02/07/01
1.02
15/08/01
1.04
30/06/04
Issue 1.04
COMMENTS
Original. Split from LT0122 and modified for
AS4428.1
Pages 5-20, 6-21, 6-23, 6-25 and Appendices A-1,
A-2 revised.
Chapter 5 Installation revised and Section 6.2 Gas
Flood revised. Added section 5.12, section 3.3.5.2.
Preface, Pages 5-6, 5-15, 5-16, 5-19, Section 6.2
and Appendix A revised
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SCOPE
This manual provides information for the personnel responsible for planning, ordering,
installing and configuring an F3200 Fire Alarm System or an NDU. It is assumed that such
staff have been trained to plan/install fire alarm equipment and are familiar with the relevant
standards.
The manual is divided into the following chapters:
Chapter 1
Introduction: Information on this and other manuals.
Chapter 2
System Description: A description of the structure of the F3200 FIP.
Chapter 3
Specifications: A detailed specification and list of part numbers for the F3200.
Chapter 4
Configuring a FIP: Information on configuring a system, in particular battery
and charger calculations.
Chapter 5
Installation & Wiring: Detail of installation and field wiring.
Chapter 6
Applications: Detail of configuration and wiring for specific applications.
Chapter 7
Alignment, Adjustment & Placing Into Operation: Detail on how to adjust an
F3200 in the field and place it into operation.
Appendix A
1.
Compatible Detectors: A list of detectors which are approved for use
with F3200.
2.
Detector Configuration: Detail on AZC and zone configuration for
specific detector types.
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ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTATION
PRODUCT
The following manuals for the AS4428.1-approved F3200 are available:
F3200 AS4428.1 Operator's Manual
For panels that comply with AS4428.1
LT0251 is in A4, loose leaf form.
LT0250 is in A5, bound form.
F3200 Technical Manual
Provides technical information for system
designers and service staff. Part number
LT0121.
F3200 AS4428.1 Installation &
Configuration Manual
This manual. Provides information for
personnel responsible for system design,
installation and commissioning. Part number
LT0255.
F3200 AS4428.1 Programming Manual
Provides information for programming an F3200
and NDU. Part number LT0256.
1.2.2
STANDARDS RELATED
This manual makes reference to the following Australian and combined Standards:
AS1603.4
Automatic Fire Detection and Alarm Systems (obsolete)
Part 1 - Control and Indicating Equipment.
AS4428.1
Automatic Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
Part 1 - Control and Indicating Equipment.
AS/NZ1668.1
The use of Ventilation and Air-conditioning in Buildings.
Part 1 - Fire and Smoke Control in Multi-compartment Buildings.
AS1670.1
Automatic Fire Detection and Alarm SystemsSystem Design, Installation and Commissioning.
AS1851.8
Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment
Part 8 - Automatic Fire Detection and Alarm Systems.
AS/NZ3548
Radio Interference Characteristics.
AS4214
Gaseous Fire Extinguishing Systems.
This manual makes reference to the following New Zealand standards.
NZS4512
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PRODUCT HISTORY LOG
1.3.1
HARDWARE
Part No.
Description
Iss
Rev
Date
Comments
PA0492
8 ZONE MODULE
PA0493
8 RELAY MODULE
PA0773
PA0870
RS485 Comms Bd
Controller/Display
A
A
A
A
C
A
B
1
2
1
2
4
1
2
27/09/93
24/04/99
10/09/93
22/09/99
10/04/01
30/01/01
Nov. 2001
3
4
5
9
Oct. 2002
Feb. 2003
April 2003
20/04/01
9
20/04/01
Original
C31-38
Original
C17, C18
Component Changes
Original
Board changed, now
supports flash
Minor change
Circuit correction
DFM applied
Original AS4428.1
Version
Original AS4428.1
Version
PA0873
MAF/PSU 3A
B
B
B
D
PA0874
MAF/PSU 6A
D
1.3.2
SOFTWARE
Part No.
Description
Revision
Date
SF0221
SF0222
SF0224
SF0286
F3200 AS4428
F3200 AS4428 Net
NDU AS4428
F3200/NDU AS4428
V3.00
V3.00
V3.00
V4.00
Feb 2001
Feb 2001
Feb 2001
March 2003
SF0286
F3200/NDU AS4428 V4.01
June 2003
SF0286
F3200/NDU AS4428 V4.02
July 2003
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Comments
Used in standard F3200,
Networked F3200, and
NDUs that have an Issue
B or higher 1931-111
Controller.
Fixes a problem with
isolated zones.
Stops charger LED
flashing during battery
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GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations are used throughout this manual:
A/C
ac
AEOL
AHr
ANC 1
ASE
AZC
AZF
AVF
Bd
CIE
Char
Cct
COM
dc
EB
EEPROM
ELV
EOL
EOLR
Expn
E2
FF
FIP
FRC
I/O
LCD
LED
MAF
Max
Min
MCP
MOV
msec
NC
NDU
NO
No
Nom
PC
PCB
PSU
PTC
R1
RL1
RAD
RDU
RMS
Reqd
RTC
SAD
SID
sq mm
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Air Conditioning
Alternating Current
Active End of Line
Ampere Hour
Ancillary Relay 1
Alarm Signalling Equipment
Alarm Zone Circuit, or Detection Zone
Alarm Zone Facility, or Group (AS1603.4 terminology)
Alarm Verification Facility, or Check Alarm
Board
Control & Indicating Equipment
Character
Circuit
COMMON relay contact
Direct current
External Bell
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
Extra Low Voltage
End Of Line (device)
End of Line Resistor
Expansion
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
Firefighter Facility (part of Display/Keyboard)
Fire Indicator Panel
Flat Ribbon Cable
Input/Output
Liquid Crystal Display
Light Emitting Diode
Master Alarm Facility
Maximum
Minimum
Manual Call Point (Break Glass Switch)
Metal Oxide Varistor (Used for electrical Surge Protection)
Millisecond
Normally Closed
Network Display Unit
Normally Open
Number
Nominal
Personal Computer (small computer)
Printed Circuit Board
Power Supply Unit
Positive Temperature Co-efficient (Thermistor)
Module Relay Number 1 (program abbreviation)
Module Relay Number 1 (text abbreviation)
Return Air Duct (Air Conditioning Plant)
Remote Display Unit
Root Mean Square
Required
Real Time Clock
Supply Air Duct (Air Conditioning Plant)
System Identification Number (Network device)
square millimetre
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GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS (CONTINUED)
T1
Tmnl
V1
VA
VB
VNB
+VBF
+VNBF
WS
Z1
Zn1
8RM
8ZM
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Programmable Timer Number 1 (program abbreviation)
Terminal
Programmable Variable Number 1
Volts Amperes
Battery Backed Voltage
Non Battery Backed Voltage
Fused Battery-Backed Voltage
Fused Non-Battery-Backed Voltage
Warning System
Zone Number 1 (program abbreviation)
Zone Number 1 (text abbreviation)
8 Relay Module
8 Zone Module
GLOSSARY OF TERMINOLOGY
The following terminology is used throughout this manual:
Ancillary Equipment
Ancillary Relay
Auxiliary Output
Baud
Control Output
Default
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Detector
In Situ Test
Monitoring Service
the
Mapping
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Relay to switch external equipment
Output for driving additional LEDs/relays
Bits per second
Output from FIP to other equipment
Pre-programming option or logic equation i.e. one that exists
without the user configuring or programming it.
Alarm Detection Device (electrical transducer)
Mode allowing one person to test detectors
Fire Brigade Authority, or any other authority which receives
FIP alarm signals.
Programmable causal relationship between inputs and outputs
Fire searchable area of building represented by a unique
number and name in the FIP, and associated with the AZC of
the same number.
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GENERAL
The F3200 is a self-contained, modular, intelligent Fire Indicator Panel (FIP) which performs
the functions of the Control and Indicating Equipment (CIE) as specified by the Australian
Standard AS4428.1.
It has a high degree of flexibility and expandability, catering for medium to very large
buildings from 8 zones or less, to 64 zones maximum. Refer to the constraints specified in
Section 3.1.3. More panels and zones can be added through the use of the Panel-link
Network and the appropriate networkable F3200s.
An NDU (Network Display Unit) is essentially a networked F3200 that doesn’t have any
alarm zone or relay modules, but displays information received from other FIPs on the
network. A number of versions are available. Some in larger cabinets have their own
MAF/PSU and battery, while other slim-line versions have just the Operator Display (and
Controller) and require power from a FIP (or similarly monitored and battery backed source).
An NDU may be programmed to operate in either Australian (default) or New Zealand Mode.
2.1.2
DETECTOR CIRCUITS
The F3200 detector interface electronics caters for a wide range of detectors, including
various types which have high alarm current requirements. A full range of compatible
detectors is listed in Appendix A. F3200 also caters for interfacing to:
Intrinsically safe circuit barriers/isolators (hazardous areas);
Long line circuits e.g. from a sub-indicator FIP;
Tamper-proof circuits e.g. for water valve supervision.
2.1.3
DISPLAYS
The primary display of the F3200 is a 2 line by 40 character LCD on which the status
messages and prompts are shown. The LCD has backlight illumination which is turned on
when there is an alarm or operator interaction. Common conditions are displayed on 9 LEDs
adjacent to the LCD.
The display panel composed of the LCD, common LEDs and keypad is called the Operator
Display panel. The portion within the red border is called the Firefighter's Facility (FF). It
includes the common status LEDs for ALARM, ISOLATED and FAULT. As an optional
extra, individual zone status (ALARM, ISOLATE and FAULT) can be displayed on LEDs by
fitting the appropriate number of 16 Zone LED Display boards. By default Zone 1
corresponds to the top row of LEDs (3) on the left most display, Zone 2 to the row below it,
etc, (top to bottom, left to right). Display Bds may also annunciate Relay status. Alarm LED
on = relay energised, Isolated LED on = relay isolated, Fault LED on = relay wiring fault (i.e.
supervision fault). The relay LEDs simply follow the zone LEDs in the same order that they
occur in the FIP. For example, a system with 3 x 8 Zone Modules, 2 x 8 Relay Modules,
would require 3 Display Bds. Relay 1 will be annunciated on the 25th row of LEDs and the
last 8 rows will be unused. Mapping zones and relays to LEDs in other patterns is
programmable.
The F3200 electronics includes, as standard, an open collector transistor output for each
zone which can be used to drive an internal or remote mimic display.
An NDU in New Zealand mode may have an additional 3 system status indicators on the
NZ Display Extender board fitted. This provides the Fire, Defect, Normal LEDs, and also
connects to a Termination Bd which accepts the NZ specific inputs and outputs including the
Trail Evac and Silence Alarms key-switches.
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FIG 2.1.1
F3200 STANDARD CABINET - FRONT VIEW
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OUTPUTS
The F3200 MAF/PSU Module provides 7 relays as standard. These are used for signalling
to the Brigade (Monitoring Service) and for switching the External Bell, Warning System and
ancillary equipment such as door holders, air-conditioning shutdown, etc.
When more than 7 relays are required, additional sets of 8 can be added by fitting 8 Relay
Modules.
All outputs, including the open collectors on the 8 Zone Modules, are individually
programmable by a logic equation of zone and FIP status. The default configuration (link
setting and programming) dedicates 4 of the 7 relays (Alarm, Isolated, Fault and Standby,
commonly called the MAF relays) to interface to the ASE (Alarm Signalling Equipment), 1
(labelled Anc2) to drive the External Bell (EB), and 1 (labelled Anc3/Bells) to drive the
Warning System (WS). The MAF Standby relay has electronics which forces it to deenergise at the Battery Very Low voltage, and this must be considered if using if for any
function other than its default one.
2.1.5
POWER SUPPLY
The F3200 has a 3 Amp battery charger/power supply as standard. There is adequate room
for large batteries. Versions are available that have a 6 Amp PSU.
2.1.6
REMOTE DISPLAYS & PRINTER
A serial port is included in the F3200 and NDU to provide a 3 or 4 wire link to up to 8 Remote
Display Units (RDU). Several versions of RDU are available.
The most commonly used versions have small, slimline cabinets (flush and surface
mounting) not much larger than the F3200 display-keyboard which is fitted on them. They
receive power from the F3200 FIP or NDU. Other versions look like an F3200 FIP, have
their own power supply, and may have LED Display Boards fitted to them.
Additional mimic-only devices can be connected to the RDU output to monitor the F3200
zone status. For example, IO-NET can be used to provide floor mimic panels, AS1668
interfaces or remote outputs for evacuation panels.
For a networked system, an RDU can display (and control) only the zones and relays of the
FIP to which the RDU is connected. With appropriate programming, such an RDU could be
used to isolate the Warning System of that FIP, and hence isolate the Warning System
across the entire network.
2.1.7
LOGGING PRINTER
A serial printer may be connected to the F3200 or NDU to provide a log of events and
operator actions, and also to print the programmed database.
Events which are printed include:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Zone Events, e.g. Alarm, Fault;
Zone Commands, e.g. Reset, Isolate;
System events, e.g. communication failures, battery faults, etc.
The printout includes the time and date, the cause of the event (e.g. Zone, Relay, RDU or
FIP), and the event type. Events and commands for zones and relays that have a text name
programmed also have the name printed. F3200 is able to store at least 100 events for
printing, being the first 100 events to occur.
As events are printed, more events are able to be put into the list. If events cannot be put
into the list because it is full, the FIP keeps a count of those events it has had to discard.
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When the FIP is next able to put more events into the list, it prints out the number of events it
had to discard.
For a networked system, with appropriate programming, an F3200 panel (or NDU) may print
events and accumulate history for some or all of the other panels on the network.
2.1.8
NETWORKING CAPABILITIES
A number of F3200 fire panels, NDUs and other Panel-link compatible devices may be
connected together to form a large distributed system. With suitable programming events
may be annunciated at, and controlled from, other panels on the network. A panel (or NDU)
may be set up as a main panel to provide a common monitoring service connection point
with display and control of all facilities on the network.
The F3200 system supports the addition of colour graphics display and control terminals on
the network. These units can be programmed to show graphical displays on zone alarm or
fault conditions. The operator can use function keys or an optional touch screen to generate
commands to the F3200 and thus have remote control of it.
2.1.9
GASEOUS FIRE EXTINGUISHING PANELS
A range of F3200 panels are available specially assembled and programmed for gaseous
fire extinguishing applications complying with AS4214.
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PHYSICAL STRUCTURE
The F3200 has a rugged, lockable painted steel cabinet, which houses 19 inch rack-mount
equipment and comes in two height options (both have the same width and depth). The
standard cabinet accommodates 15U total and the small cabinet accommodates 8U (where
1U = 1 3/4" = 44.5mm).
The Operator Display has a screened, polyester overlay mounted on a hinged inner door
fitted to the top 4U position. The Controller/Display pcb mounts directly to the rear of this
door.
Standard Cabinet
In the standard cabinet the space below the 4U Operator Display panel is covered by a
blanking plate, but there is provision for mounting other equipment (e.g. a 7U hinged inner
door for a mimic, or 16 Zone LED Display Bds), in place of this blanking plate.
There is provision for mounting additional equipment in the bottom 4U (e.g. an ASE rack),
but this might encroach on battery space.
The outer door has a large acrylic window to allow viewing of the equipment inside.
Four versions of FIP are available in this cabinet. The FP0781 and FP0783, which cater for
up to 64 zones, have a Cardframe fitted to the rear wall as shown in Fig 2.2.1. The FP0780
and FP0782 have provision (PCB stand-offs) for mounting up to three 8 way modules (i.e. 3
x 8 Zone or 8 Relay Modules) on the rear wall. All of these panels are supplied with 1 8
Zone Module fitted.
Small Cabinet
In the small cabinet, only 1U (of the 4U) below the 4U Operator Display is visible through the
outer window. The gap is covered by a blanking plate (2U), which can be replaced by a
bracket for mounting a limited range of equipment, e.g. a 1U ASE bracket, or a 1U 1 Zone
Gas Control Panel.
A 6A PSU or a 7U LED Display door cannot be fitted.
Up to four 8 way modules can be mounted on the rear wall, but the bottom two of these
share space with the batteries. Mounting arrangement and maximum capacity are shown in
Fig 2.2.2.
Only one FIP is available (FP0784), and this comes with one 8 Zone Module fitted (in the top
left position).
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FP0781 and FP0783 have the Cardframe as shown.
FP0780 and FP0782 have the modules on the rear wall (3 max).
FIG 2.2.1
F3200 STANDARD CABINET WITH CARDFRAME - INTERNAL LAYOUT
FIG 2.2.2
F3200 SMALL CABINET, MAXIMUM CONFIGURATION
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SYSTEM STRUCTURE
PCB MODULES
The printed circuit boards which may be used in an F3200 include:
Controller/Display
Mounts on 4U inner door.
Includes:
LCD, status LEDs, buzzer, and keypad connection
5Vdc supply voltage monitors for battery charger
microprocessor & memory
serial I/O bus control for all other modules
reference voltage generation for I/O modules
UARTs and serial port electronics
real time clock calendar integrated circuit
FRC connection to other modules.
MAF/PSU
Mounts on cabinet rear wall.
Includes:
battery charger/PSU
22V regulator for detector circuits
Brigade & Ancillary relays and supervision circuitry
MCP & door switch inputs
screw terminals (most demountable) for field wiring
FRC connection to other modules.
8 Zone Module
Mounts on cabinet rear or in Cardframe.
Includes:
electronics to I/F to 8 Alarm Zone Circuits (AZCs)
8 open collector auxiliary outputs
demountable screw terminals for field wiring
FRC connection to other modules.
8 Relay Module
Mounts on cabinet rear or in Cardframe.
Includes:
8 relays and supervision circuitry
demountable screw terminals for field wiring
FRC connection to other modules.
16 Zone LED Display
Mounts on 7U inner door.
Includes:
16 sets of 3 LEDs; electronics to control the LEDs (serial bus).
RS485 Communications Bd
Mounts on RHS of cabinet.
Includes:
Connecting FRC and mounting parts.
I-Hub Communications Bd
Mounts on RHS of cabinet.
Includes:
Connecting FRC and mounting parts.
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INTER-CONNECTION & STRUCTURE
A basic F3200 system has one Controller/Display, one MAF/PSU, and one 8 Zone Module,
all connected by Flat Ribbon Cable (FRC) on a common Input/Output (I/O) Bus.
Additional 8 Zone Modules and/or 8 Relay Modules can be fitted to the I/O bus, with a
maximum of eight 8 way modules. This is shown in the block diagram of Fig 2.3.1.
The physical maximums are:
three 8 way modules in an FP0780 or FP0782.
four 8 way modules in an FP0784 (with restrictions)
eight 8 way modules in an FP0781 or FP0783.
Expansion is from top to bottom.
The I/O Bus Out of one module connects to the I/O Bus In of the next module via the 20 way
FRC provided (LM0053). No link or "End of Bus" is required on the last module.
To further extend these capabilities, up to 64 F3200s may be networked together, with full
sharing of information and remote control of each panel by a master panel.
16 Zone LED Display Bds are driven from a separate serial bus on the Controller/Display.
They receive power from the MAF/PSU via two power leads. Where more than one is
required they are connected in series (up to 4 maximum) from right to left (as viewed from
the front) on the FIP. The 26 way FRC from J13 of the Controller goes to J1 ("From
Previous") of the right hand Display Bd. Zone 1 (default) corresponds to the top LEDs on
the left hand Display Bd. The last board requires the "end of bus" Minijump connector to be
fitted. Note that a special FRC cable is required to connect the Controller Board to the first
Display Board (LM0092).
Where LED Display Bds are fitted, the default programming requires one Display Bd (16
zones) for every two 8 Zone or 8 Relay Modules, i.e. one for 1-16 zones, two for 17-32
zones, etc.
Zone 1 corresponds to the top row of 3 LEDs on the left most Display. Zone 2 to the row
below it, etc, (top to bottom, left to right).
LED Display Bds may also annunciate relay status, i.e. Alarm = relay energised, Isolated =
relay isolated, Fault = relay wiring fault (i.e. supervision fault). The relay LEDs simply follow
the zone LEDs in the same order that they occur in the modules. E.g. a system with three 8
Zone Modules and two 8 Relay Modules would require 3 Display Bds. Relay 1 would be
annunciated on the 25th row of LEDs and the last 8 rows would be unused.
Mapping zones and relays to LEDs in other patterns is programmable.
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GENERAL
FIP PART NUMBERS & DESCRIPTION
(Refer also to 3.8 following).
FP0780, F3200 AS4428 FIP, NO CARDFRAME, 24 ZONE MAX, 1931-95
FP0782, F3200 AS4428 FIP, NO CARDFRAME, 24 ZONE MAX, 1931-95, 6A PSU
Includes:
Full size cabinet
Controller/Display with Operator Display & Keypad
MAF/PSU (includes 7 relays, 3A/6A Battery Charger)
1 x 8 Zone Module with standard EOLRs
Modules fit to cabinet rear wall (up to 3 modules max)
FP0781, F3200 AS4428 FIP, C/W CARDFRAME, 64 ZONE MAX, 1931-95
FP0783, F3200 AS4428 FIP, C/W CARDFRAME, 64 ZONE MAX, 1931-95, 6A PSU
Includes:
Full size cabinet
Controller/Display with Operator Display & Keypad
MAF/PSU (includes 7 relays, 3A/6A Battery Charger)
Cardframe (can house up to 8 modules)
1 x 8 Zone Module fitted in Cardframe
includes standard EOLRs
FP0784, F3200 AS4428 FIP, SMALL CABINET, 1931-71, 8 ZONE
Includes:
Small size cabinet
Controller/Display with Operator Display & Keypad
MAF/PSU (includes 7 relays, 3A Battery Charger)
1 x 8 Zone Module with standard EOLRs
Modules fit to cabinet rear wall (up to 4 modules max)
FP0876, F3200 AS4428, 8U CAB, 3A, 1U GAS CTL, PRE-PROG
Includes:
FP0784 with 1 x 8 Relay Module and ME0442 fitted, wired and programmed
as a gas release panel.
FP0877, F3200 AS4428, STD CAB, 6A, 1U GAS CTL, PRE-PROG
Includes:
FP0782 with 1 x 8 Relay Module and ME0442 fitted, wired and programmed
as a gas release panel.
3.1.2
SYSTEM EXPANSION
Expansion to the base panels is by adding 8 way Zone or Relay Modules, or by networking
multiple panels together.
FP0553, F3200 8 ZONE INPUT EXPANSION KIT
Includes:
8 Zone Module, FRC, 8 x EOLR (std).
FP0554, F3200 8 RELAY EXPANSION KIT
Includes:
8 Relay Module, FRC, 8 x Minijump links (for supervision selection).
3.1.3
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
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:
-5°C to 45°C (Ambient)
95% maximum @ 40°C (non-condensing)
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CABINETS
Style
:
Wall mounting
Hinged outer door with large window (hinges to left)
Accepts 19" rack mounting equipment
4U Display on hinged inner door (hinges to right)
Construction :
Welded steel
Material
:
1.2mm and 1.6mm mild steel
Size
:
- Standard
- Small
:
:
750mm (H) x 550mm (W) x 210mm (D) * (Iss B cabinet)
410mm (H) x 550mm (W) x 210mm (D) *
* MCP is an additional 20mm.
Finish
:
Weight
:
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Cream Wrinkle
(Iron Phosphate pre-treat)
FP0780
FP0781
FP0782
FP0783
FP0784
FP0876
FP0877
Unpackaged
21kg
25kg
23kg
25kg
17kg
19kg
25kg
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24kg
28kg
26kg
29kg
19kg
21kg
28kg
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3.3.1
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MAINS SUPPLY
Voltage
Current
Frequency
Termination
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:
:
:
240Vac +6% -10%
0.5A
50Hz
For up to 2.5sq mm TPS
3 Way block with wire protectors
BATTERY CHARGER & PSU
Input Voltage
(Transformer sec)
:
31Vac rms
Charger Voltage
:
27.3Vdc (nominal at 20°C)
Temperature
Compensation
:
-36mV per °C nominal
Non-Battery Backed :
Voltage
28.0 nominal
Max Total Current
3Adc for std PSU (Charger, Quiescent & Alarm)
6Adc (for 6A PSU only)
:
Max Warning System :
Current
2Adc
Max. Ancillary
Current on VBF1
:
2Adc
Max. Ancillary
Current on VBF2
:
2Adc (allows 3A max LED Display)
Max. Ancillary
Current on VNBF
:
2Adc (e.g. for door holders)
(VBF <-> battery backed, fused. VNBF <-> non-battery backed, fused)
Current Limit
Battery to
MAF/PSU
PSU/Charger
Notes
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Standard PSU
6A PSU
:
PTC, 6A nom, 3.6A min
(see notes below)
:
3.3A nom, 3.0A min
6.7A nom, 6.0A min
1)
:
2)
:
The 6A PSU is factory fitted in the FP0782 and FP0783. It is
not available in the FP0784.
For the 6A PSU, the PTCs on the MAF are shorted out and a
Derwent 10A thermal cut-out is wired between the battery +
terminal and the MAF/PSU.
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BATTERY CHARGER & PSU (CONTINUED)
STATE
MIN
NOM
MAX
COMMENTS
Charger High
28.05
28.125
28.20 Adjust with pot
Charger Low
26.40
26.57
26.75
Battery Low
24.15
24.33
24.55
Standby Off
21.5
22.0
22.5 For voltage falling
Notes:
1. All voltages stated in VDC at temperature of 20°C.
2. Apply temperature compensation of -36 mV/°C for temperature deviation from 20°C.
3. This applies also to charger voltage 27.3 VDC.
4. There are thermal delays, therefore if checking or adjusting in field ensure unit has been
running for some hours.
5. Standby Relay is normally energised (on), and turns off for Battery fail.
TABLE 3.3.2
BATTERY AND CHARGER MONITORING VOLTAGE SPECIFICATIONS
3.3.3
BATTERY
Battery Voltage
Compatible Makes
:
24Vdc nominal (2 x 12Vdc)
Century Yuasa PS series
IRH BB Battery BP series
Panasonic LC-L, LC-R and LC-X series
YHI Power CSB GP series
Yuasa NP series
Capacity
:
6 to 50 Ahr
Space (mm)
:
- Standard Cabinet
Up to 220H, 440W, 175D (Iss B cabinet)
- Small Cabinet
Up to 200H, 185W, 175D (3 modules fitted)
Up to 200H, 370W, 125D (4 modules fitted)
(Refer to Fig 2.2.2)
3.3.4
Location
Number
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F7
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FUSES
:
Name
+VBF1
+VBF2
+VNBF
+VE
Mains In
+VBELLS
MAF/PSU PCB
Size
5 x 20mm
5 x 20mm
5 x 20mm
5 x 20mm
5 x 20mm
5 x 20mm
Rating
2A
6A
2A
2A
6A
2A
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Glass Cartridge, Std
Glass Cartridge, Std
Glass Cartridge, Std
Glass Cartridge, Std
Glass Cartridge, Std
Glass Cartridge, Std
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3.3.5
CURRENT CONSUMPTION
3.3.5.1
F3200 Quiescent & Alarm Currents
At 24Vdc battery supply, nominal currents:
Quiescent
Alarm (2 Zone)
130mA
275mA
8 Zone Module
- all AZCs disabled
- all AZCs enabled (notes 2-6)
Current per enabled AZC (note 3)
4mA
82mA
10mA
97mA
8 Relay Module
- all supervision disabled
- all supervision enabled
Current per relay on
4mA
6mA
11mA
Base Panel (notes 1-4)
MAF/PSU
- all relays off
Current per Ancillary Relay
(includes bells)
Current per Brigade Relay
9mA
11mA
16mA
22V Supply (supplies 8 Zones) max rating
Controller/Display
- LCD backlight off, status LEDs off
- LCD backlight on, status LEDs off
Current per status LED on
11mA
16mA
800mA
19mA
75mA
3mA
16 Zone LED Display
RS485 network interface board PA0773
Total electronics and detector max rating
0mA
7.5mA
2000mA
16mA/LED (steady)
Notes
1.
The base panel includes Controller/Display, MAF/PSU and 1 x 8ZM with all ACZs
enabled and with EOLRs (2K7 for mode 1 or 2).
2.
Quiescent current for an enabled AZC is for modes 1 or 2 (standard or high current)
and includes the 2k7 EOL, but not the detector current (up to 4mA detector current
per AZC).
3.
Quiescent current is only 2.5mA per AZC for mode 3 and 1mA for mode 4.
4.
Alarm current is for AZC mode 1, refer AZC specifications for other modes.
5.
The 8 Zone Modules (8ZMs) are supplied from the fused battery supply via the 22V
regulator which has a maximum rating. The 8 Relay Modules (8RMs) are supplied
directly from the fused battery supply.
6.
Quiescent and alarm currents do not include external loads e.g. door holders, bell,
sounders etc.
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NDU Quiescent and Alarm Currents
Slimline NDU (FP0791/FP0792/FP0793/FP0794)
Operating Voltage
Termination
:
:
Current Consumption :
24Vdc (18-28V)
For up to 2.5sqmm TPS
Quiescent
25mA
Alarm
80mA
Quiescent
70mA
85mA
Alarm
165mA
150mA
Full cabinet NDU (FP0790)
Current Consumption (Aust mode)1
Current Consumption (NZ mode)2
1.
Includes controller, MAF/PSU, energised standby relay, PA0773 RS485 Bd, LCD
backlight off in quiescent state.
2.
Includes controller, MAF/PSU, NZ Display Extender, energised standby and alarm
relays, PA0773 RS485 Bd. LCD backlight off in quiescent state.
3.
Refer to Section 3.3.5.1 for additional module currents.
4.
For FP0793 the I-Hub current needs to be added.
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INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
AZC SPECIFICATIONS
General
Terminations
On 8 Zone Module, 2 per AZC.
Demountable screw terminal 1.5sq mm cable max.
Number
8 AZCs per 8 Zone Module.
64 max per panel.
End of Lines (EOLs)
Mode
EOL
1 Standard
2 High Current
3 Low Current
4 Tamper
5 Disabled
2k7, 5%, 400mW resistor
2k7, 5%, 400mW resistor
10k, 5%, 400mW resistor
EOL002B active EOL
None
Circuit Resistance & Capacitance
Mode
Capacitance
Resistance
1, 2 & 4
3
500nF
1000nF
50 Ohm max
800 Ohm max for B2 Alarm
2k Ohm max for B3 Alarm
Voltages
Min
21.2V
(21.8V)
18.75V
18.0V
Typ
22.0V
Max
22.2V
20.3V
20.3V
22.1V
22.1V
Band B3 upper threshold
17.2V
17.5V
17.8V
Band B3 lower threshold
Band B2 upper threshold
12.75V
13.1V
13.45V
Band B2 lower threshold
Band B1 upper threshold
2.7V
2.9V
3.1V
Band B1 lower threshold
0V
0V
Detector Supply
on MAF/PSU (note 1)
at AZC terminals
at end of circuit
Alarm Voltage Thresholds
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AZC SPECIFICATIONS (CONTINUED)
AZC current limit (note 1)
Min
Typ
Max
13.5mA
(14.5mA)
15.5mA
16.5mA
EOL & detector quiescent
11.95mA
EOL, no detectors
7.0mA
(7.2mA)
7.8mA
8.2mA
Fault threshold
4.4mA
5.75mA
6.8mA
Detector quiescent
0mA
4.0mA
Notes
1.
The minimum figures shown are for battery voltage greater than the minimum
Standby (Battery Fail) level i.e. 21.5V. The figures shown in brackets are for a
battery voltage greater than 22.5V.
2.
Modes 1 & 2 have the same thresholds before the Alarm state is latched. For Mode
2 additional current is turned on once the Alarm state is latched (refer to Graph
3.4.2).
Min
Typ
14.2mA
8.0mA
14.8mA
8.2mA
2mA
Max
Mode 3 Only
Current into short circuit
Current into 800 Ohm (note 3)
Current into 2000 Ohm (note 4)
EOLR Current
Minimum current for EOLR & 2k circuit
1.64mA
34.3mA
15.3mA
8.4mA
Modes 3 & 4
Fault thresholds
Maximum allowable load or circuit leakage
0.85mA
1.28mA
1.59mA
0.5mA
Notes
3.
I.e. short at end of an 800 Ohm circuit (gives voltage band B2 alarm, ref. graph
3.4.1).
4.
I.e. short at end of a 2000 ohm circuit (gives voltage band B3 alarm, ref. graph 3.4.1).
MCP Zener Diode
For voltage band B3 operation
BZT03C15 3W, 15V.
Detector Alarm Currents
The current available to a latched detector is the AZC supply current at the detector "Alarm"
voltage minus the EOLR current and the remaining quiescent current at that voltage.
The following graphs show current/voltage characteristics for the various modes of
operation.
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GRAPH 3.4.1
AZC CURRENT LIMIT CHARACTERISTICS (MODES 1 & 2)
ICL = Current Limit
IAV = Current Available to Detectors with EOLR fitted
IAV = ICL - IEOLR
GRAPH 3.4.2
AZC CURRENT VS VOLTAGE : MODE 1 (STANDARD)
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ICL+R = Current sourced through current limit and pull up resistor
IAV = Current available to detectors with EOLR fitted
IAV = ICL+R - IEOLR
GRAPH 3.4.3
AZC CURRENT VS VOLTAGE MODE 2 (HIGH CURRENT)
A short circuit at the end of an 800 Ohm line will give a B2 (Detector Operated) alarm.
A short circuit at the end of a 2k Ohm line will give a B3 (programmable) condition.
GRAPH 3.4.4
ACZ CURRENT VS VOLTAGE MODES 3 & 4 (LOW CURRENT & TAMPER)
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AZC SPECIFICATIONS (CONTINUED)
Timing
Standard Delay
(into Alarm, Fault, Normal)
2.3 sec (2.0 - 2.6 sec)
AZC Reset
5.3 sec (5.0 - 5.6 sec)
AZC Ignore Period 1
(after Reset)
2 sec nom (plus std 2.3 sec delay)
AZC Ignore Period 2
(after Start Up or Programming)
1 sec nom (plus std 2.3 sec delay)
AZC Time Into Alarm
Programmable 0-250 sec
AZC Time Out of Alarm
Programmable 0-250 sec
3.4.2
MAF/PSU INPUTS
Battery Termination
One pair screw terminals; 4sq mm max cable
AC Input
31V rms; 3.6A rms; 2.8mm tab terminals
Door Switch
5V, 0.5mA, Unsupervised, 4 Way .1" pcb header, J6
MCP
5V, 1mA, 2k7 EOLR, 4 Way .1" pcb header, J6
Spare Inputs (not fitted)
5V, 0.5mA, Unsupervised, Cabinet internal use only, 4 Way
.1" pcb header, J5
Relay Supervision
Anc 1 Sup/Anc 2 Sup
One screw terminal each
Modes of Operation
1 Door holder
2 Load
Relay Off
Relay On
1.
Door Holder Mode expects
Voltage
Present
No Voltage
Present
2.
Load mode expects
Resistive
to 0V
Open Circuit or
Voltage Present
Default Modes
Anc 1
Anc 2
Door Holder, Disabled
Load, Disabled
Voltage Threshold
(Door Holder Mode)
3.65V Nom
Supervision Current
0mA @ +5V, 1mA @ 0V
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MAF/PSU INPUTS (CONTINUED)
Load Resistance
(Load Mode)
400 Ohm - 10k Ohm
less than 400 Ohm with series diode at load.
14 Ohm absolute minimum.
Anc 3 Supervision
Input Termination
Output terminals BELLS +, -
Form
Reverse polarity - requires series diode at each device
Resistor EOL
End of Line
No. of
Circuits
1
2
3
Supervision Current
0mA @ +5V, 1.5mA @ 0V, +ve to BELLS- terminal
Circuit Resistance
100 Ohm max.
3.4.3
Type
3k3, 5%, 250mW resistor
6k8, 5%, 250mW resistor
10k, 5%, 250mW resistor
CONTROLLER/DISPLAY INPUTS
Spare DC Input/Output
24Vdc nom
Demountable screw terminal, 4 way, J5
Spare Input
22V, 10k Ohm pull up resistor
Provision for supervision (up to 5 band)
Spare Inputs IP0, 1, 2
(not fitted)
Unsupervised
Cabinet internal use only
+5V, 100k pull up resistor
10 Way FRC header, J10
Serial I/O
RZDU Refer Section 3.5.3; Others 3.5.2
3.4.4
8 RELAY MODULE SUPERVISION
Form
Load monitoring
Expects
Relay Off
Resistance to 0V
Selected By
Minijump link on PCB & programming of FIP
Default Programming
Supervised
Load Resistance
400 Ohm - 10k Ohm
Less than 400 Ohm with series diode at load
14 Ohm absolute minimum
Voltage Threshold
3.65V nom.
Supervision Current
0mA @ +5V, 1mA @ 0V
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NZ MODE DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD INPUTS
The Display Extender Board is used with New Zealand operation only. The inputs it
provides are: Silence Alarms, Trial Evac, Building Services Restore, Lamp Test and External
Defect. All inputs have closure to zero volts to assert the input. An input may be left open or
unconnected if not used. Refer to section 5.11 for wiring.
All Inputs
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Closure below 1.5V @ 0.35mA required to activate.
Open voltage = 5V
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OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
3.5.1
8 ZONE MODULE OUTPUTS
Type
Darlington open collector, switch to 0V
Voltage Rating
28.5V max, "off" state
1.1V max at 100mA “on” state
Current Rating
100mA max per O/P, 0.6A max per module, 1A max per FIP.
Transient Protection
Allows external wiring
Terminations
8 Way demountable screw terminal, 1.5sq mm max. cable
Operation
Programmable
Default
O/C 1 = Zone 1 Alarm
O/C 2 = Zone 2 Alarm, etc.
3.5.2
8 RELAY MODULE OUTPUTS
Form
1 Pole changeover contacts
Voltage-free when unsupervised
Termination
Demountable screw terminals, 1.5sq mm max cable
Rating
30V, 1Adc inductive , 30V, 2Adc resistive
Note
The relays are 2 pole, with the second pole terminated on PCB pads.
Operation
Programmable
Supervision
Ref. 3.4.4.
Looping Terminals
2 Sets of 4 joined voltage-free terminals per module
3.5.3
MAF/PSU OUTPUTS
Brigade Relays
Standby
Normally energised, De-energises on battery fail or panel fail
Fault, Isolated, Alarm
Normally de-energised, Energise on active state
Form
1 Pole voltage-free changeover contacts
Termination
Demountable screw terminals
1.5sq mm max cable
Rating
30V, 3Adc inductive, 30V, 5Adc resistive
Isolation
1500V rms contact to coil
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MAF/PSU OUTPUTS (CONTINUED)
Ancillary & Bells
Anc 1, Anc 2
1 Pole voltage-free changeover contacts
Termination
Demountable screw terminals, 1.5sq mm max cable
Rating
30V, 1Adc inductive, 30V, 2Adc resistive
(Note: The relays are 2 pole, with second pole terminated on PCB pads).
Operation
Default
Programmable (refer Programming Manual)
(Anc 2 is External Bell)
Supervision
Separate terminal (ref 3.4.2)
Anc 3/Bells
2 pole relay
Link selectable function
Standard Format
Polarity reversal, switched 24Vdc output
2 terminals, Bells +, Demountable screw terminals, 1.5sq mm max cable
Option
1 Pole voltage-free changeover contacts
Snip Links Lk2, 3, 4.
Rating
30V, 2Adc resistive, 30V, 1Adc inductive
Operation
Default
Programmable (refer Programming Manual)
Warning System
Supervision
On Bells +, - terminals only (ref Section 3.4.2)
Power Supply Outputs
0Vdc
Termination
1 non-demountable screw terminal, 4sq mm max cable
2 demountable screw terminals, 1.5sq mm max cable
1 2.8mm tab terminal (LED Display)
Battery Backed DC Supply
Rating
27.3Vdc (24V battery nom), 2Adc, fused.
+VBF1
1 non-demountable screw terminal, 4sq mm max cable
1 demountable screw terminal, 1.5sq mm max cable
+VBF2
1 non-demountable screw terminal, 4sq mm max cable
1 demountable screw terminal, 1.5sq mm max cable
1 2.8mm tab terminal (LED Display)
Non-Battery Backed DC Supply
Rating
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+VNBF
1 non-demountable screw terminal, 4sq mm max cable
1 demountable screw terminal, 1.5sq mm max cable
RZDU Comms
Tx, Rx, 0V
Transmission Rate
Protocol
Termination
3.5.4
3 Wire (+VBF2 available for 4th wire)
1200 Baud
Vigilant F4000
Demountable screw terminals, 1.5sq mm max cable
CONTROLLER/DISPLAY OUTPUTS
Spare Parallel Outputs
(not fitted)
Number, Rating
6, CMOS 0-5V
Termination
10 Way FRC PCB header, J10
Serial I/O
Printer/Programmer Port (This is same port as Serial Port 0)
Form
Pseudo RS232, Rx, Tx, 0V signals only
Transient Protection
Allows external wiring
Transmission Rate
9600 Baud
Protocol
ASCII Xon, Xoff
Termination
4 Way .156" male Molex (J1),
9 Way Miniature D available via
LM0041.
Female Pins (socket)
Pin 2 3 5 1 4 6 7 8
Tx Rx 0V └──┴──┘ └──┘
25 Way Miniature D available via LM0042
Female Pins (socket)
Pin 2 3 7 6 8 20
Rx Tx 0V └──┴──┘
Also available as 9 way male D connector (J27)
Serial Port 0
10 Way FRC header, J2
UART signals: RXD, TXD, RTS-, CTS-, DCD5V levels; 0V, +5V, +24V also available
Network 1
Network 2
10 Way FRC header, J7
10 Way FRC header, J9
UART signals for Network 1/2
RXD, TXD, RTS-, CTS-, DCD5V levels; 0V, +5V, +24V also available
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NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD OUTPUTS
This is used in New Zealand mode only. Refer to section 5.11 for wiring of the outputs on
the unprotected termination board. The Display Extender Board already has common
Normal, Defect and Fire status LEDs fitted to it, but these may be replicated externally if
necessary. There are also ancillary defect and fire outputs which are active low open
collector, and an output to drive an index lamp.
All Outputs (except LAMP)
Open collector pulldown to 0V
Off voltage = 30Vmax
On voltage = 1.1V @ 100mA (max)
On Current = 100mA max
LAMP +
Open collector pull up to VBATT
Off voltage = 0V
On voltage = VBATT-1V
On current = 400mA max
LAMP -
Connected to Battery –
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CONTROLS
KEYPAD
Type
Keypress
FF Keys
:
:
:
4x4 Keypad
:
Polyester Membrane
Buzzer gives short "beep" for valid keypress
EXTERNAL BELL ISOLATE; WARNING SYSTEM ISOLATE; PREV;
NEXT; ACK; RESET; ISOLATE
Digits 0-9; Clear/Esc; Enter; 4 x Logic Keys
Zone Functions
-
Alarm, Fault and In-Situ Test; Isolate, Reset, Recall
Ancillary Functions
-
Test, Isolate, Reset, Recall
Relay Functions
-
Test, Isolate, Reset, Recall
System Functions
-
Battery Test, Buzzer Test, Display Test, System Test
Bell Test, External Bell Isolate, Warning System Isolate
Recall : Alarms, Faults, Isolates, System Faults, History
Set time and date
Program and view parameters
Print and save database
Brigade Functions
-
Acknowledge Alarms
View alarms (Next & Prev)
Reset acknowledged zone in alarm
Isolate acknowledged zone in alarm
Brigade Test (via menu)
BUZZER (INTERNAL SOUNDER)
Tone Steady :
Fault, System Fault
Unisolated zone (note 1) or relay supervision fault (note 2)
Sounder re-sounds 8 hours after silence.
Pulsing 2Hz
:
Unisolated zone alarm (note 1)
Slow Pulse
:
Door closed with Database Write Enabled (Lk7) or in Program Mode.
Cadence
:
Zone or In-Situ Test failed (note 3)
Short Pulse
:
Valid keypress
Long Pulse
:
Invalid keypress
Notes:
1)
For zones not mapped to MAF (status only) the buzzer does not turn on (dependent
also on programming of FF).
2)
For relay supervision not mapped to MAF the buzzer does not turn on.
3)
Cadence is repeated fast pulses with a pause.
NDU NZ MODE KEYSWITCHES
Brigade Functions
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DISPLAYS
Standard Display
Includes
Panel Size
LCD Size
Site Name
Zone Name
Relay Name
FF LEDs
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
System
Status LEDs :
Internal
:
Status LEDs
LCD; FF LEDs; System Status LEDs
19", 4U
2 Lines of 40 characters, 5.5mm (H) x 3.2mm (W) per character
40 Characters max.
30 Characters max.
30 Characters max.
ALARM (red); ISOLATED (yellow); FAULT (yellow); EXTERNAL
BELL ISOLATE (yellow); WARNING SYSTEM ISOLATE (yellow)
MAINS ON (green); CHGR/BATT FAULT (yellow); SYSTEM FAULT
(yellow); AIF ATTENDED (yellow)
Mains On (green), Fuse Blown (yellow) on MAF/PSU PCB.
Optional Additional LED Display
Requires 1 x ME0060 plus 1 x FZ3031 plus 1-3 x FP0475 as required.
ME0060, MECH ASSY, 1901-79, F4000 RAC, EXT INNER DOOR
(19", 7U, mounts up to 4 of 16 LED Display Bd)
FZ3031 KIT, F3200, 16 ZONE LED DISPLAY, LHS POSITION
FP0475, FP, F4000 DISPLAY EXTENDER KIT, 1901-26
Includes
:
1 x 16 LED Display Bd (16 zone parallel LED display); FRC; Power
leads; zone name label.
Format
:
7U Parallel LED display mounts directly below the standard 4U LCD.
Zone LEDs
:
ALARM (red); FAULT (yellow); ISOLATED (yellow)
Name Space :
10mm x 60mm per zone on paper label.
E.g. 2 lines of 23 characters at 10 per inch.
New Zealand Mode Display Extender Board (applicable to NDU only)
Status LEDs: NORMAL (green), DEFECT (yellow), FIRE (Red)
PA0499,PCB ASSY,1901-119-1,F4000 NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER
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ORDERING INFORMATION
The following lists the part numbers for the range of products and spares associated with an
AS4428 F3200. It includes a brief description where considered necessary.
FA1227,FAB,1931-24,F3200 BLANK PANEL,PLASTIC,9.5U
FA1235,FAB,1919-27-5,F3200,FLUSH SURROUND (P) (STD CABINET)
FA1298,FAB,1919-27-6,F3200,SMALL FLUSH SURROUND (P)
FA1299,FAB,1919-27-7,F3200,STD + BATT BOX,FLUSH SURROUND (P)
FP0475,16 ZONE LED DISPLAY EXTENDER KIT,1901-26
(includes Display Bd, 0.5m FRC, power leads and label master. Cannot be used for first
LED Display. See FZ3031)
FP0553,F3200 8 ZONE INPUT EXPANSION KIT
(ref Section 3.1.2)
FP0554,F3200 8 RELAY EXPANSION KIT
(ref Section 3.1.2)
FP0556,F3200 CABINET,EMPTY,C/W DOOR,WINDOW,LOCK
FP0557,F3200 CABINET,EMPTY,C/W BLANK OUTER DOOR
FP0570,FP,1937-3-1,LOCAL GAS CONTROL STATION,AUTO
(wall mounting box with flip cover break glass "Gas Start" switch and double action toggle
"Gas Inhibit" switch, includes buzzer and LEDs)
FP0572,FP,1937-3-2,LOCAL GAS CONTROL STATION,MANUAL
(as per above, but without "Gas Inhibit" switch, LED and buzzer)
FP0576,FP,F3200,BATTERY BOX
FP0584,FP,F3200,SMALL EMPTY CABINET,FULL WINDOW
FP0780,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,NO CARDFRAME, 24 ZONE MAX,3A
FP0781,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,C/W CARDFRAME,64 ZONE MAX,3A
FP0782,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,NO CARDFRAME,24 ZONE MAX,6A
FP0783,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,C/W CARDFRAME,64 ZONE MAX,6A
FP0784,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,SMALL CABINET,MAF/PSU,3A, 8 ZONE
FP0790,FP,NDU AS4428,NETWORK DISPLAY,FULL CAB,MAF/PSU,3A
FP0791,FP,NDU AS4428,NETWORK DISPLAY,SLIMLINE,SURFACE
FP0792,FP,NDU AS4428,NETWORK DISPLAY,SLIMLINE,FLUSH
FP0793,FP,NDU AS4428,NETWORK DISPLAY,DEEP SLIMLINE,C/W I-HUB
FP0794,FP,NDU AS4428,NETWORK DISPLAY,4U 19” MODULE
FP0795,FP,F3200 AS4428 NETWORK UPGRADE KIT,V3.XX
FP0876,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,8U CAB,3A,1U GAS CTL,PRE PROG
FP0877,FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,15U CAB,6A,1U GAS CTL,PRE PROG
FZ3031,KIT,F3200,16 ZONE LED DISPLAY,LHS POSITION
(FP0475, but with 1.2m FRC, allows mtg of first Display Bd in furthest left position).
FZ9002,FP,19" RAC,7U BLANK INNER DOOR
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KT0072,KIT,F3200,CARDFRAME UPGRADE
KT0111,KIT,1945-1-1,AS1668 CONTROL MODULE,TYPE 1
KT0112,KIT,1945-1-2,AS1668 CONTROL MODULE,TYPE 2
KT0113,KIT,1945-1-3,AS1668 CONTROL MODULE,TYPE 3
KT0199,KIT,ASE,3U 19” RACK MOUNTING FRONT PANEL
KT0212,KIT,V-MODEM,2 UP,3U 19” RACK MTG FRONT PANEL
KT0271,KIT,F3200,AS1603.4 V2.XX TO V3.XX STD UPGRADE
KT0272,KIT,F3200 AS1603.4 V2.XX NET TO V3.XX NET UPGRADE
KT0273,KIT,NDU AS1603.4 V2.XX TO V3.XX S/W UPGRADE
KT0274,KIT,F3200 FIP,AS1603.4 TO AS4428.1 CONVERSION
LM0041,LOOM,1888-58,PROG PORT TO 9 PIN SERIAL
(cable to connect printer/computer to Controller, has 9 pin min D)
LM0042,LOOM,1888-62,PROG PORT TO 25 PIN SERIAL
(cable to connect printer/computer to Controller, has 25 pin min D)
LM0044,LOOM,1901-81-1,DISPLAY EXTENDER FRC,2M
LM0045,LOOM,1901-81-2,DISPLAY EXTENDER FRC,5M
LM0046,LOOM,1901-81-3,DISPLAY EXTENDER FRC,0.5M
LM0049,LOOM,1901-81-4,DISPLAY EXTENDER FRC,0.25M
LM0053,LOOM,1931-28-1,F3200 20 WAY FRC,300MM
(standard FRC for interconnecting 8 way modules, included in FP0553, 554)
LM0092,LOOM 1901-88 CONTROLLER TO 1ST DISPLAY, FRC, 1.2M
(Display Bd to Controller, for Display Bd in furthest left position, included with FZ3031).
LT0121,LITERATURE,1931-19,F3200 TECHNICAL MANUAL
LT0250,LITERATURE,F3200 AS4428,OPERATOR’S MANUAL,A5
LT0254,LITERATURE,F3200 AS1603.4 TO AS4428 CONVERSION
LT0255,LITERATURE,F3200 AS4428,INSTALLATION AND CONFIG
LT0256,LITERATURE,F3200 AS4428,PROGRAMMING MANUAL
LT0263,LITERATURE,F3200 AS4428 REPLACMENT CONTROLLER INSTALL
LT0264,LITERATURE,F3200 AS1603.4 V2.XX TO V3.XX UPGRADE
LT0266,LITERATURE,INSTALL V3.XX AS4428 S/W IN AS1603 F3200/NDU
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ME0060,MECH ASSY,1901-79,RAC CABINET,EXT INNER DOOR
(hinged 7U inner door for mounting Display Bds on, includes screws, perspex window, cage
nuts and PCB stand-offs)
ME0072,MECH ASSY,1931-70,F3200 RACK MTG GEARPLATE
(allows F3200 internals to be fitted to a RAC cabinet. Factory fit option only. See Note 1)
ME0098,MECH ASSY,1931-116,F3200 AS4428.1 CONTROL,4U HINGED
ME0250,MECH ASSY,1919-35,RAC CABINET,IP65,20U X 200 (i.e. waterproof)
ME0258,MECH ASSY,1919-21-2,RAC CABINET,1U SHELF,135 DEEP
(includes screws and cage nuts for mounting to FIP)
ME0438 MECH ASSY,1931-123,AS4428 1 ZONE GAS CNTRL 7U DOOR
ME0439 MECH ASSY,1931-123,AS4428 2 ZONE GAS CNTRL 7U DOOR
ME0440 MECH ASSY,1931-123,AS4428 3 ZONE GAS CNTRL 7U DOOR
ME0441 MECH ASSY,1931-123,AS4428 4 ZONE GAS CNTRL 7U DOOR
ME0442 MECH ASSY,1931-124,AS4428 1U 1 ZONE GAS CNTRL PNL
(ME0438-ME0441 are 7U screened doors with 1-4 zones of gas controls and indicators
wired ready for connection to AS44428.1 F3200. ME0442 is a 1U bracket with 1 gas zone
control/indication)
PA0443,PCB ASSY,1841-18,CONTACT CONVERSION MODULE
PA0703,PCB ASSY,1931-27,F3200 REMOTE I/F BD
PA0707,PCB ASSY,1931-39,F3200 3A RECTIFIER BD
PA0773,PCB ASSY,1901-139-3,RS485 COMMS BD,CMOS;FRC ONLY
PA0873,PCB ASSY,1931-3-3,F3200 AS4428 MAF/PSU,3A
PA0874,PCB ASSY,1931-3-4,F3200 AS4428 MAF/PSU,6A
PA0909,PCB ASSY,1931-111-1,F3200 AS4428 CONTROLLER, NO S/W
RR0917,RESISTOR,PTC,OVERLOAD PROTECT,30V,6A
SF0221,SOFTWARE,F3200 AS4428 CONTROLLER,V3.00,EPROM
SF0222,SOFTWARE,F3200 AS4428 NETWORKED,V3.00,EPROM
SF0224,SOFTWARE,NDU AS4428 NETWORK DISPLAY,V3.00,EPROM
SF0286, SOFTWARE,F3200/NETWORKED/NDU AS4428 CTRLR,V4.02
(Standard, networked and NDU software for AS4428.1 panels with Issue B or higher
1931-111 Controller)
Note 1:
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NEW ZEALAND OPERATION ONLY
A variety of display options are available to satisfy varying NZ requirements. These are
covered in detail in Section 5.12. Ordering codes are included for the various components
for each option. Major items are as follows:
PA0499
PCB ASSY, NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD
NZ Display Extender Board in standard 16 Zone LED board format.
PA0741
PCB ASSY, PFD 16 ALARM LED DISPLAY, 24V
“Picture Frame” format 16 Zone display board (alarm LEDs only).
PA0753
PCB ASSY, PICTURE FRAME DISPLAY, 16 LED MIMIC, 24V
“Picture Frame” cabinet format board for mimicking 16 Fire LEDs from Display
board.
PA0483
PCB, UNPROTECTED TERMINATION BOARD
With a 26 way FRC gives access Display Extender Board inputs and outputs.
PA0769
PCB, UNPROTECTED TERMINATION BOARD, C/W RESISTORS
Version of PA0483 with 3k3 resistor per output for LED current limit.
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CHAPTER 4
CONFIGURING A FIP
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GENERAL
An F3200 FIP is configured to suit a particular customer's requirements by:
Fitting and connecting the required PCB modules;
adjusting or removing links on the PCBs;
programming the FIP.
The detectors, manual call points (MCPs), warning devices, ancillary equipment and field
wiring that are connected to the FIP must match the FIP configuration.
The FIP configuration data, which is entered during programming, is stored in the nonvolatile memory database. The database may be saved to a computer for backup storage,
and reloaded from the computer.
All programmable options have a default option for the most likely usage. That is, for many
applications, no programming other than entry of site and zone names will be necessary.
Programming is described in detail in the F3200 AS4428.1 Programming Manual LT0256.
4.2
MODULE CONFIGURATION
The required modules are fitted to the F3200 as described in Section 2.3.2. Note that 8 way
modules are connected Bus Out to Bus In, with all 8 Zone Modules preceding any 8 Relay
Modules. Where it is desired to add a module to an existing system this can be done by
programming the Module Configuration through the keyboard (Refer to LT0256
Programming Manual).
The F3200 does various self-tests on start up and includes checking to see what modules
are present (including 16 Zone LED Display Bds). It displays the results on the LCD. If the
modules present do not agree with the programmed database then the FIP annunciates this
and remains inactive.
E2 Initialisation causes the Controller/Display to accept the modules found as present and
stores this configuration in the database. E2 Initialisation also clears all other data
programmed in the database.
For servicing, modules can be temporarily removed as detailed in Section 10.2 of the
Operator's Manual. This temporary configuration is not stored in the database.
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BATTERY & POWER SUPPLY
4.3.1
GENERAL
The F3200 FIP has a dc power supply, which also serves as battery charger and requires a
24V sealed lead acid battery (i.e. 2 x 12V batteries in series) to be fitted. (See Section 3.3.3
for compatible batteries). Battery leads with 4.8mm Quick Connect receptacles (for
connecting to the battery tabs) are included.
Charger Rating (Refer to AS1670.1 Section 8.2).
The standard F3200 has a 3A power supply. Versions are also available with a 6A PSU.
This has a second mains transformer, a 3A rectifier PCB and a larger heatsink connected to
the MAF/PSU. Several components on the PCB are also upgraded.
When a 6A power supply is fitted, the standard PTC on the MAF/PSU are shorted out and
additional battery protection must be fitted (see Section 4.3.5).
To comply with AS1670.1 the power supply rating must be sufficient to charge the batteries
while powering the panel with 2 zones in alarm. This includes all remaining quiescent loads,
common alarm load, plus 2 (or 20%, which ever is greater) of all connected fire suppression
systems in the active state (i.e. solenoids, warning signs, etc).
The definition of charging the batteries is supplying enough current to charge them within 24
hours to provide a capacity that will support 5 hours of FIP quiescent load (i.e. with mains
off) followed by 0.5 hour of alarm load for two, worst case zones.
The recommended order of performing calculations is listed in Section 4.3.2.
Battery Rating (Refer to AS1670.1 Section 8.2).
The battery capacity must be sufficient to support 24 hours of quiescent load (i.e. with mains
off), followed by 0.5 hour of alarm load for two worse case zones.
Notes
1.
The quiescent load includes the FIP electronics (in normal state) plus any external
normally energised loads that operate from the battery backed supply. Hence door
holders are normally supplied from a non-battery backed supply.
2.
Alarm load includes FIP electronics (in alarm state) plus any external loads such as
common Warning System, air conditioning shutdown relays, etc, plus the 2 (or 20%)
fire suppression zones.
3.
The capacity of a battery depends on the rate (i.e. current) at which it is discharged.
Most batteries are quoted at a 20 hour discharge e.g. a 10Ahr battery will supply
0.5A for 20 hours. At 3 times the current (i.e. 1.5A) the same battery will discharge in
typically 5.6 hours, i.e. the capacity is only 8.5Ahr. At 10 times the rate the capacity
is approximately 75% of the 20 hour rate capacity (i.e. 7.5Ahr). Hence for alarm
loads it is safest to derate the capacity to 75%.
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4.
The approvals laboratory recommends using 90% derating of batteries used on
F3200 because the battery fail voltage (Standby) is 22V instead of 21V (as used on
some other FIPs). The local approval body may not require this, however, because
although the F3200 will not generate new alarms below the battery fail voltage, it will
maintain any alarms and outputs that occurred when the voltage was higher than the
battery fail voltage. AS1670.1 does, however, recommend 80% derating of batteries
for the effect of ageing, i.e. multiply the required battery capacity (at end of life) by
1.25 when calculating the required capacity for a new battery.
5.
For maximum physical battery sizes refer to "Battery Size". (Refer to Section 4.3.4).
4.3.2
BATTERY/CHARGER CALCULATIONS
The recommended order of calculations is as follows:
1.
Calculate the FIP quiescent load (Iq) from the figures given in Section 3.3.5. Note
that the detector load for each AZC has to be added to the quiescent current per
AZC. Calculate In separately, where In is the external non-alarm, non-battery
backed load on the FIP PSU (e.g. door holders).
2.
Calculate the FIP alarm load (Ia) for 2 zones in alarm from Section 3.3.5. (Include all
external loads e.g. Warning System, relays).
3.
Calculate the 5 hour/0.5 hour battery capacity for the charger requirement as follows:
Cap (5 hr) = (5 x Iq) + (0.5 Ia x 1.33) Ahr
= 5Iq + 0.66Ia where
Iq = quiescent current
Ia = alarm current
Note that the 1.33 multiplier increases the required capacity to allow for an alarm
load of up to 10 times the quiescent load (i.e. 75% derating of capacity).
4.
Find the greater of Iq + In, or Ia. Calculate the power supply/charger requirement (Ic)
as follows and check that it is less than 3A. (If greater, a 6A charger is required).
Ic = I + Cap (5 hr) ÷ 24e where I is the greater of Iq + In, or Ia, and e is the charging
efficiency of the particular battery being used, at the current being used (typically
80%, i.e. (cap/24) x 1.25).
5.
Calculate the battery capacity as follows:
Cap (24 hr) = (24 x Iq + 0.66 Ia) x 1.25
(See note 4 of Section 4.3.1 regarding the x 1.25 multiplier).
Select a battery which has a rated capacity (i.e. 20 hr rating) equal to or above that
just calculated. (Refer to Sections 3.3.3 and 4.3.4 for approved types).
4.3.3
EXAMPLE BATTERY/CHARGER CALCULATIONS
An example FP0781 FIP has the following configuration:
3 8ZMs total (i.e. 2 x FP0553 expansion modules fitted)
1 8RM fitted
20 AZCs enabled, 4 disabled
42mA total detector current on the 20 AZCs
350mA of door holders off +VNBF
5 relays on the 8RM used, with supervision enabled, all switching 24V, 50mA relays,
normally de-energised.
Ancillary relay 1 (on the MAF) switching a 24V, 100mA load
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An external 24V bell drawing 30mA.
A PA0765 T-Gen50 (Tones and Fault Monitoring) with a 16W speaker load.
Calculate the required battery capacity and check the power supply capacity.
Steps
1.
The quiescent load (Iq) for the mains fail situation is:
130mA (FIP including one 8ZM)
+
82mA (second 8ZM, all AZCs enabled)
+
4mA (third 8ZM, basic current only)
+ 4 x 10mA (third 8ZM, current for 4 AZCs)
+
42mA (detector current)
+
6mA (8RM, supervision enabled)
+
42mA (PA0765 T-Gen with Fault relay enabled)
346mA
Say Iq = 0.35A for mains off.
The quiescent load for mains on is Iq plus the door holders (In = 0.35A) i.e. 0.70A. (It
was purely coincidence that Iq = In).
2.
Say, for example, that the 2 zones in alarm can, at most, turn on 3 of the 5 module
relays plus the External Bell, the T-Gen Warning System and the Anc 1 load.
The alarm load for 2 zones in alarm is therefore:
275mA (FIP including 1 8ZM, 2 zone alarm, MAF relays)
+
82mA (second 8ZM, quiescent only)
+
44mA (third 8ZM, quiescent only)
+
42mA (detector current)
+
6mA (basic 8RM current)
+ 3 x 11mA (3 relays on 8RM)
+ 3 x 50mA (loads on 3 relays)
+ 100mA (Ancillary 1 relay load)
+
30mA (Bell load)
+ 704mA (T-Gen50 alarm load of 16/50 x 2.2A).
1466mA
Say Ia = 1.47A (the door holders are switched off in alarm).
3.
Cap (5 hr) = 5 x 0.35 + 0.66 x 1.47 Ahr = 2.72 Ahr
4.
Battery charger current required is:
Ia (1.47A) is greater than Iq + In, (0.70A), therefore:
Ic = 1.47A + (2.72/24) x 1.25 = 1.61A (where the 1.25 allows for charging efficiency e
of 0.8) i.e. 3A is sufficient.
5.
Battery capacity
Cap (24 hr) = [(24 x 0.35) + 0.66 x 1.47] x 1.25 = 11.7Ah. (where the 1.25 allows for
battery deterioration over lifetime to 80% of new value).
Two 12V, 12 Ahr sealed batteries from the list in Section 3.3.3. are the smallest
batteries that are suitable.
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BATTERY SIZE
The maximum battery size given in the specification, Section 3.3.3, of 220mm x 220mm x
175mm, is imposed by the Cardframe, which obstructs insertion and removal of batteries in
the bottom of the cabinet.
The maximum sizes which fit within this restriction are:
Century Yuasa
IRH BB Battery
Panasonic
YHZ Power
Yuasa
PS-12400
BP 40-12
LC-X1242P (AP)
GP12400
NP38-12
40 Ahr
40 Ahr
42 Ahr
40 Ahr
38 Ahr
If batteries larger than this are required, then the Cardframe can be made removable by
replacing the 3 pop rivets with M4 or M5 screws and nuts.
For an FP0780/782, or an FP0781/783 with a removable Cardframe, the maximum allowable
size is 220H x 260W x 175D.
Fitting and removing batteries of this maximum size is difficult, and may require the removal
of any modules or brackets fitted in the bottom of the cabinet.
These very large size batteries may also impede the plugging in and removal of modules
fitted to the bottom position of the Cardframe.
Battery Combinations
Large capacity batteries can be made up of two parallel sets of 24V batteries of smaller
capacities. This allows easier fitting, and allows larger capacities, and a greater range of
capacity to be achieved than is possible with a single pair (as indicated above).
4.3.5
BATTERY OVERCURRENT PROTECTION
The MAF/PSU has two parallel PTCs, rated to carry over 3A, for battery overcurrent
protection.
Where the Alarm load from the battery to the FIP is greater than 3A (i.e. with mains failed),
or where a 6A power supply is used, an external, self-resetting, overcurrent device of
suitable rating (greater than 6A, less than 35A e.g. Derwent, 10A Type D (connected to pins
1 and 3)) must be wired between the battery terminals on the MAF/PSU and the battery (see
Fig 4.3.2). For this option the PTCs must be shorted by soldering a suitable copper wire
between the two adjacent test points +VB and BATT+ (TP11 and TP16 on the MAF/PSU).
For a FIP supplied with a 6A PSU, this is done in the factory and the Derwent cut-out is
included.
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FIG 4.3.2
BATTERY OVERCURRENT PROTECTION FOR LOADS GREATER THAN 3A
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POWERING AN F3200 FROM AN EXTERNAL DC SUPPLY
To comply with AS1670.1 F3200 uses a 240Vac supply as the primary power source and
back-up batteries as the secondary power source. However the F3200 may be powered
from an external dc supply. This must be battery backed, or have another form of secondary
source to comply with AS1670.1. The supply must provide a voltage and current within
F3200’s operating range (preferably 25-27Vdc).
The following wiring instruction connects the dc supply voltage onto the ac (low voltage)
input so that the Mains on LEDs on both the MAF/PSU and Controller PCBs are illuminated.
Because this signal is not ac, the Controller interprets that as a ‘Mains Fail’ condition and
automatically disables the charger monitoring and automatic battery test, so that the latter
does not have to be disabled by programming (but can be if desired).
With no mains (ac) present the real time clock (RTC) on the Controller Display will use the
crystal time base instead of mains 50Hz and will therefore not be as accurate.
WIRING
Disconnect the secondary wires of the transformer from the AC IN tabs on the MAF/PSU.
Cable tie them safely out of the way (if the mains is not connected they will not be live).
Connect the DC supply –ve to the BATTERY – terminal, and the +ve to the BATTERY +
and, if the mains power on LED is to be lit to the J3/1 AC IN tab on the MAF/PSU. This
requires a 2mm crimp receptacle (or alternatively may be soldered and preferably covered
with sleeving).
If the maximum alarm load can be greater than 3.5Adc, but less than 7A, fit a second PTC
(Vigilant part RR0917) to the R43 position on the MAF/PSU (adjacent to the existing PTC,
R42). If the alarm load can be greater than 7A then short out the PTCs (connect TP16 to
TP11) and fuse the external supply with a sufficient rating to meet the maximum alarm load,
but not so high as to not blow on a short circuit or wiring fault.
The +VNBF output (J7A) must not be used.
CURRENT CALCULATIONS
Add an extra 80mA to the stated F3200 quiescent and alarm currents if the connection to the
J3/1 AC IN terminal is made.
PROGRAMMING
With a external DC supply the F3200 should be programmed with mains disabled and “Fault
after 8 hours of Mains Fail” also disabled.
With default programming, a Battery Low Fault will occur if the supply voltage falls below the
specified threshold. This may be disabled by programming. (The installer must consider the
requirements for a fault warning at 50% of battery capacity).
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LINKS ON PCB MODULES
CONTROLLER/DISPLAY
Apart from E2INIT (SW1) and DATABASE WRITE PROTECT/ENABLE (Lk7) all links on the
Controller Display are factory set. (These configure the PCB for memory chips used, other
functions, and type e.g. as a FIP Controller or an RDU Controller).
SW1 and Lk7 are described in LT0256.
4.4.2
MAF/PSU
Of the 4 links on the MAF/PSU, 3 are for field adjustment as follows:
Lk2-Lk4
Bells/ANC 3
-
Fitted in factory to provide switched 24V output.
(Bells+, Bells-) to drive the Warning System.
-
Snip all 3 for clean changeover contacts (NO,
COM, NC).
Note that Lk2-Lk4 must remain fitted to provide the required supervision of the Warning
System. No links are required for Ancillary Relay 1 and 2 supervision as these have a
separate ‘Sup’ terminal.
One is for factory configuration as follows:
Lk1
4.4.3
Master/RZDU
-
Fitted for Master.
-
Snipped for RDU (3-wire isolated connection to
FIP).
8 RELAY MODULE
The 8 three position links (Lk1-Lk8) select load supervision for each relay.
U <-> unsupervised (voltage free)
S <-> supervised
Note that in addition to setting the Minijump for supervision, supervision must be enabled
during programming (default).
4.4.4
16 ZONE LED DISPLAY
The last Display Bd in the chain (i.e. in furthest left position as viewed from the front)
requires the Minijump provided to be fitted to Lk1.
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INSTALLATION & WIRING
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INSTALLATION
5.1.1
CABINET INSTALLATION
The location of the F3200 FIP is chosen by the Fire Authority and building owner (or owner’s
representative) in accordance with the Australian Standard AS1670.1.
If the cardframe needs to be made removable to allow fitting/removing
of large batteries, this should be done prior to cabinet installation. (Refer to Section
5.1.2).
The cabinet is normally fixed to a wall with four 6 mm screws or bolts. The drilling details are
shown in Fig 5.1.1.
The following conditions are required:
1.
Dry Area, moderate ambient temperature, 45°C absolute maximum.
2.
Not exposed to direct sunlight.
3.
Not subject to outdoor conditions without suitable protection.
4.
The LCD should be at average eye level and must not be higher than1850 mm or
lower than 750 mm above floor level (see Fig 5.1.1).
5.
Clear access and viewing for Firefighters and operators.
6.
At least 1 metre free space should be provided in front of and on sides of the FIP for
installation and maintenance.
7.
Must not be installed in hazardous areas as defined in AS3000.
8.
If recessed into a wall:
i.
Allow for the door to open at least 145°.
ii.
Prevent water entering the cabinet - seal unused knockouts and any top cable
entries. Preferably use bottom cable entry, with cables going down 100 mm
below cabinet before rising.
It should not be necessary to drill within the cabinet, but if drilling or filing is
required, remove the PCBs first. Clean out all swarf before replacing the PCBs.
Use antistatic precautions when handling the PCBs.
WARNING
The F3200 is a Class A product. In a domestic environment it may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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CARDFRAME INSTALLATION
A KT0072 Cardframe upgrade kit can be fitted to a 15U F3200 to allow it to take more than
three 8 way modules.
1.
2.
If the system does not require large batteries (refer to Section 4.3.4) it may be
fitted as follows, using a pop rivet gun and M4 nut driver. With FIP power not
connected, batteries not fitted.
1.
Remove the gear plate.
2.
Remove all 8 way modules.
3.
Remove the 3 sets of PCB standoffs on the left side rear of the plate.
3.
Remove the M4 nuts, washers and PCB spacers from the 3 M4 studs on the
left side of the plate.
4.
Fit the Cardframe over the studs with the M3 bushes on the right hand side.
5.
Refit the 3 PCB spacers, washers and nuts on the inside (do not yet fully
tighten).
6.
From the plate rear, with the Cardframe firmly against it, insert the 3 pop
rivets provided into the holes in the Cardframe, and rivet.
7.
Tighten the M4 nuts on the studs.
8.
Refit the gear plate to the cabinet
If a system requires the Cardframe to be removable to allow the
fitting/removing of larger batteries, then the procedure is similar to that described
in 1a above, but, instead of pop rivets, M4 screws should be used as follows:
1.
Use three M4 x 10 or M4 x 12 screws, with nuts, and shakeproof washers.
2.
Fit the screws with the heads to the rear of the gear plate, washers and nuts
inside the Cardframe.
3.
Put some Locktite (or equivalent power glue) under the heads of the screws
(but not on the threads).
4.
Tighten the nuts on the screws initially holding the heads of screws.
5.
Subsequent removal of the nuts (after the Locktite has dried) should be
possible without removing the gear plate.
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MODULE INSTALLATION
The 8 Zone Modules and any 8 Relay Modules are fitted in order, from top to bottom. The
FRCs fit under each PCB, from BUS OUT of the top one to Bus IN of the next one (see Fig
5.1.2).
Observe the following:
(a)
When mounting to the cabinet the M3 mounting screw per module should be
tightened firmly to earth the module.
(b)
Modules and FRCs need to be fitted one at a time in the Cardframe. It is easier to
start from the bottom module and work up.
(c)
Care should be taken not to scrape an FRC against the bottom of the PCB above it.
(d)
There are redundant slots in the Cardframe to allow for either 6 module even spacing
or 8 module even spacing. Choose the correct slots.
(e)
On the Cardframe finger tighten the single M3 screw firmly into the notch in each
PCB as this earths the module.
FIG 5.1.2
MODULE CONNECTION WITHIN A CARDFRAME
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LED DISPLAY INSTALLATION
When LED Displays are required, the 7U inner door (ME0060) is fitted to the standard
cabinet directly below the 4U Operator Display with the M6 screws, washers and cage nuts
provided. The hinge is on the right hand side. Click the cage nuts in from the inside. (7U
doors cannot be fitted to a small cabinet).
The flat M6 washers have a sharp edge and a rounded edge. Fit washers to the screws with
the rounded edge facing the metalwork (to avoid damaging the paint).
The Display Bds mount to the inner door on the standoffs supplied. (FZ3031 for LH position,
FP0475 for others, both include the PCB, standoffs, FRC, power leads, diffuser and label
master).
Fit the FRCs and Minijump link as shown in Fig 5.1.3.
It is recommended that the LED Display power leads from the MAF/PSU be fitted.
5.1.5
ZONE LABELLING
Zone labelling for the LED Displays can be done simply on a typewriter or word processor.
Note: For a typewriter use a photocopy of the label supplied with the Display Bd.
The type format is:
(a)
6 lines per inch.
(b)
20 characters at 10 CPI or 24 characters at 12 CPI.
(c)
2 lines per zone window.
(d)
1 line between each zone window.
To install the zone naming label:
(a)
Cut the typed label around the border, or cut the word processor sheet to 3mm to the
left of the text then 60mm wide and 220mm long.
(b)
Loosen the 4 Phillips-Head screws holding the display window.
(c)
Align zone text with windows.
(d)
Tape top and bottom of zone label.
(e)
Align clear, matt finish, light diffuser with the 3 columns of LED holes (next to the
label) with matt side in. Tape in place.
(f)
Tape blank sheets to unused zone window(s).
(g)
Replace display window and fasten the 4 screws.
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DISPLAY BOARD CONNECTION
Note that a special loom (LM0092) is required to connect the first Display Board to the
Controller Board. This is included in the F3200 LED Display Kit (FZ3031).
For an NDU in New Zealand mode, if a NZ Display Extender board is fitted then it is added
to the end of the display board chain after the last 16 zone display board (if any) and link Lk1
on the last 16 zone display board must be NOT fitted. The NZ Display Extender does not
need a link fitted to it, its presence indicates to the NDU that it is the last board in the chain.
When programming the number of Display Bd, the Display Extender is not counted, but is
individually programmed as fitted/not fitted.
The Unprotected Termination board, PA0483, connects to the NZ Display Extender via FRC.
The NZ specific wiring connects to this Termination board.
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FIELD WIRING
5.2.1
GENERAL
Cabling should comply with all the points in AS1670.1, Section 8.17. Note the requirements
for segregation and identification.
The cabling should, in general, be of not less than 0.75mm² cross sectional area, insulated
and have red PVC sheathing. Joins should only occur in enclosed terminal boxes, and it is
important that all terminations be good. I.e.
no bare wire protruding from the terminal;
no insulation inside the clamp part of the terminal;
wire not cut or "nicked" during stripping;
wire not soldered;
wire not "doubled back" in the demountable terminals with leaf type strain relief
clamps;
all terminals firmly tightened;
neat service loop;
goose neck where servicing requires cable movement;
coil of spare cable in wall/ceiling to allow for mistake/alteration.
Note that it is best to carry out parts of the initial survey during installation, in particular,
resistance and insulation testing.
WARNING
Apart from the Mains supply to the FIP, only ELV cabling should enter the cabinet.
FIG 5.2.1
SCREW TERMINAL CABLE CONNECTION
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FIG 5.2.2
GOOSENECK CABLING
5.2.2
MAINS WIRING
The mains (240Vac) supply must be connected in accordance with AS1670.1 and AS3000
regulations.
Ensure the mains cables to the FIP are isolated at the Distribution Board
before connecting to the FIP.
The mains cable connects to the 3 way terminal block mounted to the cabinet rear behind
the mains cover.
(a)
Remove the mains cover with a Pozi screw-driver.
(b)
Shape the mains cable to fit through the grommet in the slot in the top of the cover,
cut to length and strip only 20mm of the PVC cable sheath.
(c)
Connect the wires:
(d)
Cable tie the cable to the cabinet.
(e)
Refit the mains cover .
blue (black) to N
brown (red) to A
green/yellow (green) to E
Take care when stripping not to "nick" wires.
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AZC WIRING
Detectors must be installed and wired as per AS1670.1. Observe the requirements for
conductor type and size.
Connection to the particular MCPs, detectors or bases must be as specified by the
manufacturer. Similarly for remote LED connection.
AZCs must be wired as per Fig 5.3.1 with "In" of the first detector connected to the 8ZM, and
the EOLR to the "out" of the furthest detector.
Examples of illegal wiring are shown in Fig 5.3.3.
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CORRECT AZC DETECTOR WIRING
The Tyco SU0600 MCP may be used on a circuit that has detectors on it, so that activation
of the MCP does not reset the indication on any already activated detector. Wiring of the
SU0600 is shown in Fig 5.3.2. The zone must be programmed with B3 = Instant Alarm.
SU0600
FIG 5.3.2
TYCO SU0600 CONNECTION
Note that a 47 ohm resistor is required between the F3200’s AZC +ve terminal and the
detector circuit when any T614 (Mk1), 4098-9618EA, 4098-9619EA or 4098-9621EA heat
detectors are present on the circuit (refer PBG0116).
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│L├───┼o- -o┼──┼o- -o┼──────┼──_
_──┼o- -o┼───────────────┤O│ └─┘
└──────┘ └──────┘
│ │ └──────┘
│
├─┤
│ │
│ │
┌──────┐
│ │ X
X
│o+ +o┼────┘ │
X X
│OUT IN│
│
X
│o- -o┼───────┘
X X
└──────┘
X
X
┌─┐
┌──────┐
┌──────┐
┌──────┐
│
├─┤
│E├───┼o+ +o┼────_
_─────┼o+ +o┼────┼o+ +o┼───────────────┤O│ +
│O│
│OUT IN│
│
│OUT IN│
│OUT IN│
│
├─┤
AZC
│L├───┼o- -o┼────┼──_
_──┼o- -o┼────┼o- -o┼───────────────┤O│ └─┘
└──────┘
│ │ └──────┘
└──────┘
│
├─┤
│ │
│ │
┌─┐
┌──────┐
│ │ X
X
│E├───┼o+ +o┼────┘ │
X X
│O│
│OUT IN│
│
X
│L├───┼o- -o┼───────┘
X X
└─┘
└──────┘
X
X
┌──────┐ ┌─┐ ┌──────┐
┌──────┐
┌──────┐
│
├─┤
│o+ +o┼─┤E├──┼o+ +o┼────┼o+ +o┼───┼o+ +o┼──────────────┤O│ +
│OUT IN│ │O│ │OUT IN│
│OUT IN│
│OUT IN│
│
├─┤
CCT
│o- -o┼─┤L├──┼o- -o┼────┼o- -o┼───┼o- -o┼──────────────┤O│ └──────┘ └─┘ └──────┘
└──────┘
└──────┘
│
├─┤
X
X
X X
X
X X
X
X
FIG 5.3.3
EXAMPLES OF INCORRECT AZC WIRING
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MAF ANCILLARY RELAY WIRING
The original (AS1603.4) F3200 has a single Warning System output and Isolate Switch,
namely the Anc3/Bells relay, configured as Bell+/-, and the “Bells Isolate” key. It is now
typical for FIPs to control two outputs, i.e. a single External Bell (or Strobe), and a separate
building Warning System that produces tones to AS2220 or ISO8201.
The MAF module has 3 Ancillary Relays. Typically, Anc 1 is used for door holders, airconditioning shutdown etc; Anc 2 is used for the External Bell; and Anc 3/Bells is used for
the Warning System. Wiring of the External Bell should be as per Fig 5.4.2 using Anc 2. The
Warning System is covered in Section 5.5. Anc 1 and Anc 2 each have 1 set of voltage free
contacts available on screw terminals, and a second set to which the screw terminals are not
fitted as standard. Where supervision of wiring is required, the supervision (SUP) input is
used as shown in the following figures.
Door Holder Wiring
Door holders are typically powered through normally closed contacts from the non-battery
backed supply (+VNBF). As door holders are inductive, a suppression diode should be fitted
between 0V and the door holder positive line.
Where door holders have individual manual release buttons, suppression should be fitted at
each device.
Observe polarity, the cathode of the suppression diode is connected to the
positive line.
Where supervision is required, the recommended connection is as shown in Fig 5.4.1 A or B
with a return from the furthest door holder. The alternative shown in Fig 5.4.1 A does not
supervise the loop.
The 24V relay used at the end of the loop in Fig 5.4.1 B only needs to switch low current.
"Door Holder" mode supervision "looks for" the presence of voltage when the ancillary relay
is de-energised.
Plant Relay/Solenoid Wiring
Where a plant relay is to be energised on Ancillary Relay operation it would typically be
powered through normally open contacts from a battery-backed supply.
If wiring supervision is required, it is connected as shown in Fig 5.4.2. "Load" mode
supervision looks for a resistance to 0V when the ancillary relay is de-energised. For a very
low resistance load (ref Specifications Section 3.4.2) a series diode must be fitted as shown.
Heavy Load Wiring
If a load greater than 2A resistive (1A dc inductive) needs to be controlled by F3200 then this
can be achieved with the addition of a 24V Bell Monitor Board (PA0494). This can switch up
to 5A dc (resistive) and supervises the load wiring for open and short circuit faults.
Further details for the Bell Monitor Board are contained in LT0190. A representative wiring
diagram is shown in Figure 5.4.3. If the load exceeds 2A dc then the power connection must
be taken off +VBF2 or directly off the battery terminals via a suitable fuse (but not the +VBF1
terminal). The fuse and wiring are supervised by the Bell Monitor Board, as it will generate
a fault if power to it fails.
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WARNING
Apart from the mains supply to the FIP only ELV wiring may enter the cabinet.
Relays must not be used to directly switch medium or high voltage.
+VNBF
┌─
| SUP
|
ANCIL| NC
1 |
| COM
└─
0V
A.
WITH SUPERVISION OF LOOP POSITIVE WIRING ONLY
+VNBF
┌─
| SUP
|
ANCIL| NC
1 |
| COM
└─
0V
B.
o─────┐
│
SUPERVISION RETURN
o─────┼─────────┬───────────────────────────────────────┐
│
│
o─────┘
│ <- ALTERNATIVE
│
│
o───────┬───────┴───┬───────────┬───────────┬───────────┤
│
│
│
│
│
╒╧╕
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
│ │1N4004
└┬┘
└┬┘
└┬┘
└┬┘
└┬┘
│
│
│
│
o───────┴───────────┴───────────┴───────────┴───────────┘
SUPPRESSION
DOOR HOLDERS
DIODE
o─────┐
│
SUPERVISION RETURN
o─────┼───────────────────────────────────────────┐
│
│
o─────┘
│
│
o───────┬───────┬───────┬───────┬─────┬─────┬───┐ │
│
│
│
│
│
│
│ │
╒╧╕
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
╒╧╕ ┌─┴─┐ │ o NO
*│ │
└┬┘
└┬┘
└┬┘ *│ │ │
│ │ /
└┬┘
│
│
│
└┬┘ └─┬─┘ │ o COM
o───────┴───────┴───────┴───────┴─────┴─────┘
└─┘
* SUPPRESSION
DOOR HOLDERS
+24V RELAY
DIODE
WITH SUPERVISION OF LOOP POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE WIRING
FIG 5.4.1
EXAMPLE OF DOOR HOLDER WIRING WITH SUPERVISION
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+VBF1 o─────┐
┌─
│
| SUP
o──┐ │
|
│ │
ANCIL| NC
o──┘ │
1A |
│
| NO
o─────┘
LOAD
|
(SEE NOTE)
| COM
o───────────────────────────────────────────┬───────────┐
└─
│
│
┌┴┐
╒╧╕
└┬┘
│ │
│
└┬┘
0V
o───────────────────────────────────────────┴───────────┘
SUPPRESSION
DIODE
Note: For a load of less than 400 Ohms a diode of suitable current rating must be added in
series with the load at the load as shown below.
──────┬───┐
┌─┴─┐╒╧╕
LOAD│
││ │DIODE
└─┬─┘└┬┘
├───┘
┌┴┐
│ │DIODE
╘╤╛
0V ──────┘
OR
──────┐
┌┴┐
│ │DIODE
╘╤╛
├───┐
┌─┴─┐╒╧╕
LOAD│
││ │DIODE
└─┬─┘└┬┘
0V ─────┴───┘
FIG 5.4.2
EXAMPLE OF PLANT RELAY WIRING WITH SUPERVISION
VBF
NO
Ancil
Relay
C
NC
SUP
0V
Bell Monitor Rev 3
EOLR
Evac
+V
Ext Def-
Evac+
EOLR
Evac-
0V
Up to 3 branches of
Load.
FIGURE 5.4.3
EXAMPLE OF SUPERVISING MULTIPLE BRANCHES OF MULTIPLE LOADS
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WARNING SYSTEM WIRING
The typical configuration allocates the Ancil 3/Bells relay to drive the Warning System, and
has links Lk2-4 fitted so that a switched 24V output is available at the +/- terminals. The
supervision allows for up to 3 branches of wiring, with each requiring its own end of line
resistor (EOLR). The value of the EOLR varies with the number of branches such that the
combined total is always 3K3. The EOLR must be fitted at the end of each branch.
Branches
1
2
3
EOLR
3k3
6k8
10k
The Ancil 3/Bells output can be used to directly control alerting devices such as sounders
(that generate tones to AS2220 or ISO8201), AVIs, strobes etc. If each device does not
have an internal series diode then a series diode must be fitted at each device, as shown in
Fig 5.5.1. The diode must be rated to carry the current of the device.
The AVI Mk2 includes a series diode and multiple units can be connected to a common line,
be supervised, and have the synchronisation wire inter-connected. Note the original AVI
(FP0628) requires an external series diode to be fitted at each device for a supervised
circuit. Multiple original AVIs cannot be synchronised because the sync line carries the
signal and is not supervised.
The Bells +/- output is limited to 2A dc resistive max. (Note that loads such as AVIs, MiniGens are considered resistive, whereas loads such as Solenoids and bells are inductive). A
load of up to 5A dc resistive can be accommodated by use of a Bell Monitor Board and a
separate, 6A dc, inline fuse. See Fig 5.5.6.
A relay on an 8 Relay Module can also be used to control and supervise a circuit of
evacuation devices. This is shown in Figure 5.5.3. Note that both poles of the relay are
needed and the relay needs to be programmed so that it doesn’t supervise the wiring when it
is activated (requires V2.09 or greater software). Although shown with only 1 circuit of
evacuation wiring, it can actually support two branches, using a 27k EOL resistor on each.
The Ancil 3/Bells relay can also be used to activate (and supervise) external tone generation
devices such as Mini-Gen, T-GEN, Microvac and QE90 this is covered in following sections.
MINI-GEN
The Mini-Gen has an internal diode and can be connected with up to three branches of
speakers as per the instructions included with each unit. The 10k EOLR fitted to each
speaker line must be rated at 2W and is supplied with the unit. Refer Fig 5.5.2. If less than 3
branches are required, 10K 2W is still fitted to the end of each branch, with the other EOLRs
being fitted to the +/- dc input terminals of the furthest Mini-Gen. Refer to the instructions.
The Mini-Gen can be link selected to produce an Alert tone, an Evac tone, an automatic
change from Alert to Evac after 1 minute, or an automatic change after 3 minutes. If desired,
it can be configured to produce Evac, with a relay switching the tone to Alert. For this, a minijumper is fitted to link V, and the supplied 3 way connector fitted to link A/B with normally
closed relay contacts shorting pin 2 to 3 (position B) to produce Alert. When the contacts
open, the tone will change to Evac. Note that this applies only to Mini-Gen Rev 3 bds with
V2.00 or greater software, and for internal wiring of the relay to the Mini-Gen (i.e. the MiniGen must be mounted within, or adjacent to the FIP.)
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T-GEN 50
The T-GEN 50 is permanently powered, requiring a supervised Alarm- signal from the FIP
rather than switched power. The BELLS- terminal can be used for this, refer Figure 5.5.7.
Alternatively, an Ancil relay on the MAF, or an 8RM relay can be used as per Sections 3.4
and 3.5 of the T-GEN Installation Instructions, LT0186.
Note that a 2k5 ELD (3k3 and 10k 1% in parallel) must be used for the BELLS relay, when
connecting to the ALM- input on T-GEN. Configure the T-GEN to NOT supervise its ALMinput (SW4 off).
Alternatively, an open collector output could be used, but the T-GEN will need to supervise
its ALM input and be fault supervised via an unused F3200 circuit input.
MICROVAC AND QE90
The Anc 3/Bells output can be used to activate a Microvac/QE90 and to supervise the link
for a fault condition. A 24V relay (e.g. PA0730 General Purpose Relay Bd) is required to be
mounted within the Microvac/QE90, and the wiring as shown in Fig 5.5.4.
Alternatively the Anc 3/Bells output can be made voltage-free (remove Lks 2, 3, 4 on the
MAF) and a spare 8 Zone Input can be used to supervise the Microvac/QE90. This
arrangement, shown in Fig 5.5.5, does away with the relay, but requires a 4-wire connection
and one spare input. The input should be programmed as a status-only zone and the fault
state included in the logic equation to generate a Warning System fault. E.g. for zone 16
WSF = Z16F.
A high level link can be achieved between the F3200 and QE90 using the RZDU
communications output. This is only suitable for when the F3200 and QE90 are co-located,
as there is no duplication of the cable. Details for this wiring are contained in the QE90
Installation and Commissioning Manual LT0088. In addition, the QE90 needs to be
supervised for a fault condition. This can be done as shown in Fig 5.5.5 using a spare zone
input or as in 5.5.4 using the Ancil 3/Bells output supervision.
┌───────────┬───────────┬──────────┐
│
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
│
│
│ │
│ │
│
│
╘╤╛
╘╤╛
│
│
│
│
│
│
┌─┴─┐
┌─┴─┐
┌┴┐
│
│
│
│
│
│ │6k8
│
└─┬─┘
└─┬─┘
└┬┘
│
│
│
│
│
┌─────┴───────────┴──────────┘
│
│
+ o────────────┬───────────┴─────┼─────┬───────────┬──────────┐
┌┴┐
│
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
│
│ │DIODE
│
│ │
│ │
│
╘╤╛
│
╘╤╛
╘╤╛
│
│
│
│
│
│
ANCIL 3
┌─┴─┐
│
┌─┴─┐
┌─┴─┐
┌┴┐
BELLS
│
│
│
│
│
│
│
│ │6k8
└─┬─┘
│
└─┬─┘
└─┬─┘
└┬┘
│
│
│
│
│
- o────────────┴─────────────────┴─────┴───────────┴──────────┘
FIG 5.5.1
EXAMPLE OF WIRING WITH 2 SUPERVISED BRANCHES
FOR DEVICES WITH NO INTERNAL SERIES DIODE
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EOLR
10k 2W
FIRE PANEL
DC IN
Bells +
LINE
OUT
+
+
S
Bells -
F3200
+
24V
Mini-Gen
(PA0895)
EOLR
10k 2W
-
2-W LINK
FITTED
DC IN
+
+
S
LINE
OUT
24V
Mini-Gen
(PA0895)
2-W LINK
FITTED
+
EOLR
10k 2W
-
FIG 5.5.2
EXAMPLE OF MULTIPLE MINI-GENS WITH 3 BRANCHES OF SPEAKERS
+VBF
Pole 2
Pole 1
S
NO
NC
C
NO
NC
C
4K7 EOLR
(27k for dual
branch)
0V
Note that this configuration requires that the relay confirmation (ACT) be disabled.
FIG 5.5.3
EXAMPLE OF A SUPERVISED EVAC CCT USING 2 POLES OF AN 8RM RELAY
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FIG 5.5.4
WIRING ANCIL 3 TO MICROVAC/QE90
NO
ANCIL 3
MICROVAC
QE90
EOL
MICROVAC/
QE90
FIP I/P
C
Remove
Lk2, 3, 4
on MAF
+
F3200
AZC
-
*
Normally closed
Fault relay
MICROVAC OR QE90
(* = EOLR for F3200 AZC)
FIG 5.5.5
WIRING ANCIL 3 AND 8ZM INPUT TO MICROVAC/QE90
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6Adc
Batt +
Fuse
Bell Monitor Rev 3
0V
F3200
Evac +
+V
BELLS +
0V
Evac -
Ext Def -
2K7
NC
Anc 3
EOLR
Evac
BELLS -
EOLR
Up to 3 branches of
Load.
NO
Lk2
Lk3
Lk4
Notes
1.
2.
Wire an in-line fuse holder with 6A fuse from Batt+.
The Bell Monitor must be Rev 3 or greater and is supplied with instructions, adhesive
based stand-offs, and EOLRs.
FIGURE 5.5.6
USING BELL MONITOR BOARD ON ANCIL 3/BELLS RELAY
T-GEN 50
Master
+24V
+24V
0V
0V
ALMSIG
+24V
0V
BELLS
-/C
NO
+
(See Note 2)
Fault
COM
F3200
MAF
ELD
56k
Line
SINGLE LINE 50W MAX
T-GEN 50
Slave
+24V
+24V
0V
0V
2k5
See
Text
(See Note 2)
ELD
100k
+
Line
SIG
-
NO
Fault
(See Note 2)
ELD
100k
COM
DUAL LINE 50W MAX TOTAL
FIGURE 5.5.7
WIRING T-GEN TO F3200 BELLS/ANC 3 RELAY
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MODULE RELAY WIRING
The 8 Relay Module relays each have one set of voltage free change-over contacts (ie one
pole) accessible via screw terminals, to switch plant equipment. The second pole of each
relay can be accessed by fitting a 3-way de-mountable connector block pair CN0488 and
CN0206.
There are two sets of four inter-connected, voltage free, looping terminals per module that
can be used for looping supplies onto relays or loads.
If the load switched is inductive e.g. a solenoid coil, a suppression diode must be fitted as
shown in Fig 5.6.1.
Supervision
Supervision of the field wiring from the FIP to the load is shown in Fig 5.6.1. This only works
for a single load, or multiple co-located loads wired in parallel (though for multiple co-located
loads, the supervision will not detect a fault if one load becomes disconnected). It requires
the load or an EOLR to be connected between the relay COM terminal and the FIP 0V, and
the supervision link on the module to be fitted in the "S" position. If the COM output does not
‘see’ a supply voltage or open circuit when the relay is activated (requires V2.09 or greater
software, then the relay must be programmed to not supervise the load when activated.
An example of supervising a circuit of multiple, separately located loads using 2 poles of one
relay is shown in Fig 5.5.3.
+VBF
o─────┐
│
│
│
o─────┘
┌─
| NO
|
RLn | NC
o
INDUCTIVE LOAD
|
(SEE NOTE)
| COM
o───────────────────────────────────────────┬───────────┐
└─
┌─┴─┐
╒╧╕
S
│
│
│ │
───o o
└─┬─┘
└┬┘
0V
o───────────────────────────────────────────┴───────────┘
SUPPRESSION
a.
DIODE
Note: For a load of less than 400 Ohms a diode of suitable current rating must be wired in
series with the load at the load as shown in b. below.
──────┬───┐
INDUCTIVE┌─┴─┐╒╧╕
LOAD│
││ │DIODE
└─┬─┘└┬┘
├───┘
┌┴┐
│ │DIODE
╘╤╛
0V ──────┘
b.
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OR
──────┐
┌┴┐
│ │DIODE
╘╤╛
├───┐
INDUCTIVE┌─┴─┐╒╧╕
LOAD│
││ │DIODE
└─┬─┘└┬┘
0V ─────┴───┘
FIG 5.6.1
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DUAL POLE – POLARITY REVERSAL OUTPUT
Two relays; or 1 relay, an open collector output and an external 2 pole relay (e.g. PA0730);
can be arranged to provide a supervised dual-polarity output suitable for driving dual strobes
(Alert and Evacuate) or some visual warning devices (e.g. an AVI). The output is normally
off (supervising voltage only), but can turn on with 24V in one polarity or in the other polarity.
This is shown in Figure 5.6.2.
If the dual pole relay is a second 8RM relay then the additional connector blocks need to be
fitted (CN0260 and CN0488). Supervision is not enabled on this relay. The supervision on
the other relay will detect any short circuit, but may not detect an open circuit with multiple
sets of strobes/AVIs. This will depend on the type of strobe/AVI and the quantity remaining
connected.
The relay should be programmed to operate when either strobe is required, and the open
collector output (or 2nd relay) is programmed to operate for Evacuate.
Note that many strobes have a large capacitor inside them that causes a large in-rush
current at power on. Therefore it may be necessary to add some series resistance if the
cable length to the first set of strobes is not enough to limit the current. Add 10-20 ohms for
a total strobe current of <100mA, 8-10 ohms for 100mA, and 2 x RR1007 NTCs in series for
300mA-1A.
Further details are contained in PBG0072A for using this to control a T-Gen as well, or to
include an Auto/Isolate switch that can activate the strobes as well as the T-Gen.
+24V
NO
NC
C
Relay 1
Supervision Input
Dual Pole Relay
(PA0730 or 8RM)
NO
C
+
Open
Collector
NC
NO
-
Alert +
Evac +
NC
C
EVACAVI
ALERT-
4k7
Strobes
0V
FIGURE 5.6.2
DUAL POLARITY OUTPUT FOR STROBES/AVI
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OPEN COLLECTOR WIRING
5.7.1
LED MIMIC DISPLAYS
It is expected that the most common use the open collector outputs will be to switch LEDs on
"mimic" displays. These outputs are approved for field connection, so may be used to
"drive" remote mimics. Typical connection is shown in Fig 5.7.1.
5.7.2
INTERFACING TO OTHER EQUIPMENT
Where the open collector outputs are used to switch inputs to other systems, such as an
Evacuation System or Plant Computer, there are two main options as follows:
1.
Direct Coupling
The open collector output switches the equipment input to less than 1V (typically
0.6V at 1mA). E.g. it may be used to switch a 5V CMOS input, or monitored 5V, 12V
or 20V input. Refer to Fig 5.7.2.
Note that for this to work, the 0V supply of the equipment must be connected to the
0V supply of the FIP. This may not be desired, especially if the equipment has a
power supply connection to earth.
Note also that the open collector output has protection diodes to the FIP positive and
negative supplies and should not connected to inputs that could be "pulled" to a
voltage above or below these supplies, even with mains failed and battery voltage
low.
2.
Isolated Coupling
The open collector output can be used to switch a relay, or an optocoupler as shown
in Fig 5.7.3. When the open collector is "on", the optocoupler transistor is also "on".
┌───┐
+VBF │
├───────────────────────────────────────┬──────┬───────────────
└───┘
┌┴┐
┌┴┐
│ │
│ │ RESISTOR
└┬┘
└┬┘ E.G. 4K7
│
│
∇ LED
∇
┌───┐
│
│
OCn │
├───────────────────────────────────────┘
│
└───┘
│
┌───┐
│
OCm │
├──────────────────────────────────────────────┘
└───┘
FIG 5.7.1
EXAMPLE OF LED MIMIC WIRING
Further details are contained in PBG0072A for using this to control a T-Gen as well, or to
include an Auto/Isolate switch that can activate the strobes as well as the T-Gen.
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│
OCn
─┬─
┌┴┐
│
│
│ │
└┬┘
┌─┴─┐
+┌─┴─┐
│
│
├───────────────────────────────┤
├───┴──────────────────────
└─┬─┘
└─┬─┘
│
Cct n
│
│
│
EOLR
│
0V
F3200
┌─┴─┐
┌─┴─┐
│
├───────────────────────────────┤
├───── 0V
└─┬─┘
└─┬─┘
│
│OTHER EQUIPMENT
FIG 5.7.2
EXAMPLE OF INTERFACING TO OTHER EQUIPMENT, DIRECT COUPLING
┌───┐
│
├───────────────────────────┐
OPTOCOUPLER
└───┘
┌┴┐
┌───┐
RESISTOR │ │
┌─────┤
│+
E.G. 4K7 └┬┘
│
└───┘
│
/ C
Cct n
∇ >
┌───┐
│
\ E
┌───┐
OCn
│
├───────────────────────────┘
└─────┤
│└┬──┘
└─┬─┘
F3200 │
│OTHER EQUIPMENT
+VBF
FIG 5.7.3
EXAMPLE OF INTERFACING TO OTHER EQUIPMENT, OPTICAL ISOLATION
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ASE INSTALLATION AND WIRING
A Centaur ASE may be mounted in an F3200 panel or an NDU in a large cabinet. Two kits
are available, namely KT0199 and KT0212. Both are 3U hinged front panels
accommodating 1 or 2 ASE or V-Modem units (or a combination) respectively. The kits
include mounting parts and fitting instructions.
The ASE should be wired directly off the battery via its own fuse. Wiring of the ASE FP0740
EOL unit is as per the ASE installation instructions. The red wires are wired across the MAF
Alarm relay NC and C terminals, the yellow wires across the MAF Fault relay NC and C
terminals, and the blue wires across the MAF Isolate relay NC and C terminals. No other
connections to these relays are permitted when the ASE EOL unit is used.
Locating the ASE remote from the panel has additional requirements under AS4428.1
(Clause 2.10) that currently cannot be met.
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RDU WIRING
A FIP may drive up to 8 Remote Display Units (RDUs) that are programmed to send
information back to the FIP. More "monitoring only" devices may be connected to the FIP
RZDU Tx line. Some RDUs have their own power, but others require their power (24Vdc) to
be supplied from the FIP or an approved PSU with battery backup.
The RDUs are all connected in parallel on common Tx and Rx circuits. Star and Bus wiring
connections are permitted as shown in Fig 5.8.1.
NOTE: TX from the FIP goes to RX on ALL RDUs
RX from the FIP goes to TX on ALL RDUs
Fig 5.8.1 shows an example of interconnection between both MAF and Non-MAF configured
RDU(s) and the FIP.
NOTES:
To maintain electrical isolation:
(1)
Lk1 on the MAF/PSU Board should be cut for RDUs with their own
MAF/PSU module.
(2)
Non-MAF configured RDUs that are powered by a PSU other than the
FIP must have Lk3 on the Remote Termination Board cut and Lk14 on
the Controller in the “R” position.
Cable Limitations
The maximum distance to the furthest RDU is determined by the cable type used and the
wiring arrangement.
(1)
The MAXIMUM line resistance loop (FIP TX out, 0V return must not be greater than
150 Ω.
(2)
The MAXIMUM inter-wire capacitance at the FIP RZDU terminals MUST NOT
exceed 100 nF. This must be the total of all cables used - not just the length to the
furthest RDU. Typically this is 1km of TPS cabling.
(3)
The +V and 0V cables must be of sufficient size to avoid excessive voltage drops to
RDUs when they are drawing maximum current (e.g. lamp test).
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FIP
J11
MAF CONFIGURED RDU
MAF Bd connector J11
(Cut Lk1 on MAF/PSU)
┌─┐
┌─┐
╔══════════════╡O│+VBF2
│O│+VBF2
║
├─┤
├─┤
║
╔══════╡O│TX
╔══════════════════╡O│TX
RZDU
║
║
├─┤
║
├─┤
COMMS
╔═══╬═══════╬══════╡O│0V
║
╔═════════════╡O│0V
║
║
║
├─┤
║
║
├─┤
║
║ ╔════╬══════╡O│RX
║
║
╔════════╡O│RX
║
║ ║
║
└─┘
║
║
║
└─┘
║
║ ║
║
║
║
║
║
║ ║
║
║
║
║
║
║ █════╣════════════════════╝
║
║
║
║ ║
║
║
║
█═══╬══╬════╬═════════════════════════╝
║
║
║ ║
║
║
║
║ ║
█══════════════════════════════╝
║
║ ║
║
║
║ ║
║
╣
║ ║
║
║
║ ║
║
║
║ ║
║
║
║ ║
║
║
║ ║
║ FIP POWERED
║
║ ║
║ NON-MAF CONFIGURED RDU
NON-MAF CONFIGURED RDU
║
║ ║
║
EXTERNALLY POWERED
║
║ ║
║
Ext 24V PSU
(Cut Lk3 on Remote Term)
║
║ ║
║
┌─┐+24V
║ ║
┌─┐
──┐
║
╚══╬════╬══════╡O│
║ ╚═══════════╡O│+24V
│
║
║
║
├─┤0V
║
├─┤
│
║
║
║
│O│
╚══════════════╡O│0V
──┘
║
║
║
├─┤0V
├─┤
╚══════║════║══════╡O╞══════════════════════════════╡O│0V
──┐
║
║
├─┤RX
├─┤
│RZDU
║
╚══════╡O╞══════════════════════════════╡O│RX
│COMMS
║
├─┤TX
├─┤
│
╚═══════════╡O╞══════════════════════════════╡O│TX
──┘
└─┘
└─┘
Connectors J1 & 2, Remote Termination Bd
FIG 5.8.1
EXAMPLE OF RDU COMS WIRING
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NDU INSTALLATION AND WIRING
5.10.1
INSTALLATION OF 19" NDU
The NDU is available as a 19" rack mount kit (FP0794). This must be installed as follows to
meet the EMC requirements.
Using the RS485 board as a template, drill 4 x ∅3.5mm holes and deburr. Scrape away any
paint on the inside face and mount the metal standoffs using 4 M3 x 6 screws and
shakeproof washers. Mount the RS485 board onto the standoffs using M3 x 6 screws and
M3 crinkle washers. Mount the 4U inner door onto the 19" rack and earth to the cabinet
using the earth lead supplied.
Run the 10 way FRC from J7 (Network 1) on the Controller to J1 on the RS485 board,
keeping it tight against the cabinet metalwork by using FRC clamps. Run +24V to the J5
terminals on the Controller, and the network cables to J3 on the RS485 board. Connect any
screen on the network cables to the 0V ISO terminal on the RS485 board.
5.10.2
MCP CONNECTION
An NDU with a MAF/PSU board has an MCP connected to pins 3 and 4 of J6 on the
MAF/PSU board as standard.
A slimline NDU has the facility for connection of an MCP, but the MCP has to be mounted on
the wall, immediately adjacent to the NDU. Connection is made to pins 3 & 4 of J5, the 4
way "Spare Input Connector" on the NDU Controller/Display Bd. The wiring to the MCP is
detailed in Fig 5.10.1
RESISTOR
2k7 for MAF
10k for
Controller
TO NDU
CONNECTOR J5
on
CONTROLLER
for SLIMLINE or
J6 on MAF/PSU
FIG 5.10.1
MCP CONNECTION FOR NDU, AUSTRALIAN MODE
MCP
3
C
EOLR
2k7 for MAF,
10k for
Controller
NC
“STANDALONE”
Connector J5 on the
Controller or to
connector J6 on the
MAF/PSU board
4
FIG 5.10.2
MCP CONNECTION FOR NDU, NEW ZELAND MODE
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NZ MODE INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
5.11.1
GENERAL
New Zealand mode operation may be enabled on an NDU but not on an F3200 fire panel.
An NDU with New Zealand mode enabled may be connected to a Panel-link network of
panels which also have “New Zealand” mode enabled. The NDU may be used with or
without a MAF board, and optionally with a NZ Display Extender board.
If a MAF board is used, the NDU may be used as the main brigade connection point of the
network. The MAF board has relays for signalling alarm (normally energised), fault (normally
de-energised) and standby (normally energised and normally wire-ORed with fault). The
MAF board also provides a supervised BELL relay, two supervised ancillary relays, and an
“isolate” relay; all of which can be controlled by output logic if desired.
5.11.2
NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD
The NZ Display Extender board, if fitted, is positioned at the end of the LED Display Board
chain (the last LED Display board should have Lk1 removed), or connected directly to the
controller J13 via an FRC (LM0092) if there are no LED Display Boards.
The New Zealand Display Extender board has the following inputs and outputs, accessible
on the PA0483 Termination board, as shown in Fig 5.11.1.
Inputs (all active low)
Trial Evac/Sprinkler operated (separate terminals, but internally connected)
Silence alarms
External defect
Lamp test
Building services restore
Brigade test/brigade isolate (shared)
Evac defect
Outputs
Fire LED
Defect LED
Normal LED
Ancil defect
Ancil fire
Lamp
Evac Defect/External Defect
The Defect and External Defect inputs may be programmed as to whether a defect is
signalled for them or not. If defect is not signalled then they can be used as general purpose
inputs accessible in output logic.
Building Services Restore
When the Building Services Restore input is activated, the BSR logic token is set true and
this can be used in output logic to turn outputs off or on if necessary.
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Trial Evac
When the Trial Evac input is activated, the Bell relay is energised and the BEL logic token is
set true regardless of any silence alarms or bells isolate condition.
Silence Alarms
When the silence alarms input is activated, the Bell relay is de-energised and the BEL logic
token is set false unless trial evac is asserted.
Brigade Test/Brigade Isolate
These conditions share the same input and when true, result in an “abnormal” system state
(but defect is not signalled) that can be recalled with a system fault recall.
Lamp Test
This input can be used to test all the LEDs including the front panel LEDs, the LEDs on the
New Zealand Display Extender board, the index lamp and any 16 zone LED display boards.
SPKLR OP-
I/O 16
ANC DEF-
TRIAL EVAC-
I/O 15
I/O 03
ANC FIRE-
SIL ALMS-
I/O 14
I/O 04
FIRE-
EXT DEF-
I/O 13
I/O 05
DEFECT-
LAMP TEST-
I/O 12
I/O 06
NORMAL-
BRIG ISOL/TEST-
I/O 11
I/O 07
LAMP-
BSR-
I/O 10
EVAC DEF-
I/O 09
I/O 01
SPARE-
I/O 02
I/O 08
LAMP+
0V
PA0483
+V
FIG 5.11.1
NEW ZEALAND EXTENDER TERMINATION BOARD
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INSTALLATION : NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD
& BRIGADE DISPLAYS
GENERAL
An NDU is not normally used as a brigade connection point. If an NDU is used as a brigade
connection point then, in general, a separate display panel must be provided if there needs
to be zone alarm indication to the attending Fire Brigade staff. The common MAF status
display is provided by mounting an NZ Display Extender Board (PA0499) in the NDU cabinet
and wiring to a display in a separate cabinet in one of the ways shown in Fig 5.12.1 and
5.12.2.
Sixteen-zone display boards are not normally connected to an NDU, but the two diagrams
show how they can be connected if necessary. An NDU allows a maximum of four 16-zone
display boards and each individual LED (48 LEDs per board) must be controlled using output
logic which is generally too cumbersome for normal use.
The second cabinet is necessary because the LEDs mounted inside the NDU cabinet do not
meet the requirements of NZ4512 with regard to visibility and viewing access. An NLDU
(Network LED Display Unit), can often be used to more conveniently drive 16-zone display
boards and show individual zone information as part of the brigade mimic display.
Any Ancillary Control Zone indicators on this external display must be coloured differently or
be segregated from the zone alarm and common indicators, and be clearly labelled.
There are several methods for providing a separate display panel. Two approaches are
detailed below.
NOTE 1:
The information provided here is very similar to the information in the RDU
installation manual LT0148 which may be useful to refer to.
NOTE 2:
As stated above, 16 zone display boards are not normally connected to an
NDU, nevertheless, the following sections describe how to do it if necessary.
If an NLDU is used to drive 16 zone display boards, then the NLDU user
manual LT0188 must also be referred to.
5.12.2
MIMIC DISPLAY
A mimic display uses the mimic outputs from the NDU’s internal 16 Zone LED Indicator
Boards to drive alarm LEDs in an external display. Each group of 16 zone alarms and the
common indicators are extended in a separate 26 way FRC to the external display.
The number of FRCs between the NDU and the external display limit the practical separation
distance. Since the cabling is not supervised in any way, the Fire Service or approving
authority may place restrictions on this distance. The cable must be well protected
mechanically by conduit, trunking or equivalent.
These parts are available for constructing displays of this type:
FP0475
FZ3031
LM0044
LM0045
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FP,16 ZONE LED DISPLAY EXTENDER KIT (C/W LOOM)
16 ZONE LED DISPLAY EXTENDER KIT, RHS POSITION
LOOM, DISPLAY EXTENDER FRC,2M,26 WAY
LOOM, DISPLAY EXTENDER FRC,5M,26 WAY
(Longer and 3-way looms can be made to special order)
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LM0092
PA0483
PA0499
PA0769
PA0753
LOOM, CONTROLLER TO FIRST DISPLAY, 1.2m
PCB ASSY, IOR UNPROTECTED TERMINATION BOARD
PCB ASSY, NZ DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD
PCB ASSY,16 O/P MIMIC TERMINATION BOARD,C/W RESISTORS
(As for PA0483 but 3k3 resister per output)
PCB ASSY,PICTURE FRAME DISPLAY,16 LED MIMIC,24V
Specially designed cabinets for Mimic Displays are no longer available.
Various FP1600 empty cabinets and the PA0787 FP1600 Mimic Display Board provide an
alternative format.
At the display panel there are two possibilities:
(i)
Geographic Plan Mimic - the FRCs from the NDU are connected to Termination
boards (PA0483). Individual LEDs with series resistors are mounted on the display
panel and wired to these Termination boards. Figure 5.12.1 shows this arrangement.
Alternatively, the PA0769 Termination Board has 3k3 resistors already fitted (gives
7mA LED current which is adequate for interior use).
(ii)
Column Format - where arrangement of zone alarms into columns is acceptable,
LED Mimic Display boards can be used. This simplifies the wiring considerably.
Figure 5.12.2 shows this arrangement.
Note that a special 3-way FRC is required for the Display Extender board, so that the
miscellaneous inputs are accessible in the NDU cabinet. This is not a standard part,
and will need to be made up to suit the application.
5.12.3
DISPLAY EXTENDER BOARD MISCELLANEOUS TERMINATION
The miscellaneous signals available through a NZ Display Extender Board are accessible
via a 26 way FRC and PA0483 unprotected termination board. A termination pin out
diagram is given in Fig 5.12.3. Refer to section 3 for electrical specifications of these
signals, and to section 5.11 for their logical functions.
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NZ
Display
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Board
PA0499
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External Mimic Display Cabinet
Termination
Board
PA0483
6-way
cable
Wiring to individual
common LEDs
with series resistors,
and optional index
lamp (24V)
Miscellaneous
Inputs
16 Zone
Display
Board
PA0454
26 Way FRC
Note: 16
zone display
boards are
not normally
connected
to an NDU.
16 Zone
Display
Board
PA0454
Termination
Board
PA0483
Wiring to individual
common LEDs
with series resistors
26 Way FRC
Termination
Board
PA0483
To NDU
Controller Bd
J13
Note: PA0769 Termination Board can be used instead of PA0483
PA0769 has resistors for LEDs already fitted to the PCB.
All shaded cables 26 way FRC.
The first cable from the NDU Controller must be LM0092 (FZ3031 kit)
FIG 5.12.1
REMOTE PLAN MIMIC DISPLAY
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Display Cabinet
NDU Cabinet
NZ
Display
Extender
Board
PA0499
Termination
Board
PA0483
6-way
cable
Wiring to individual
common LEDs
with series resistors,
and optional index
lamp (24V)
Miscellaneous
Inputs
16 Zone
Display
Board
PA0454
(FP0475
Including
FRC)
26 Way FRC
16 Zone
LED
Mimic
PA0753
Note: 16 Zone
display boards
are not normally
connected to an
NDU
16 Zone
Display
Board
PA0454
(FP0475
including
FRC)
26 Way FRC
16 Zone
LED
Mimic
PA0753
To NDU
Controller Bd J13
All shaded cables 26 way FRC.
The First cable from the NDU controller must be LM0092 (FZ3031 kit).
FIG 5.12.2
REMOTE MIMIC USING LED MIMIC BOARDS
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Outputs
┌────────────┬─┬─┬─┬─┬───────────────┐
│
└─┴─┴─┴─┘
│
spare
1├─┐
0 Volt
┌─┤ 16
anc defect 2├─┤
├─┤ 15
anc fire
3├─┤
26 way FRC
├─┤ 14
fire led
4├─┤
┌────────────┐
├─┤ 13
defect led 5├─┤
└───── ─────┘
├─┤ 12
normal led 6├─┤
├─┤ 11
Lamp7├─┤
├─┤ 10
Lamp+
8├─┤
├─┤ 9
├─┘
+24 Volt
└─┤
│
┌─┬─┬─┬─┐
│
└────────────┴─┴─┴─┴─┴───────────────┘
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Inputs
Sprinkler Operated
Trial evac
Silence alarms
Ext defect
Lamp test
Brigade Isol/Test
BSR
Evac Defect
FIG 5.12.3
Terminations from NZ mode Display Extender Board on
unprotected termination board (PA0483).
NOTE:
Sprinkler Operated and Trial Evac share the same input and are electrically connected on
the Display Extender Board. On an F4000/MX4428, Input 10 is used as Brigade Test, and
Services Restore (BSR) is not provided.
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Applications
CHAPTER 6
APPLICATIONS
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AS1668 AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL
6.1.1
GENERAL
The following features of F3200 allow it to be easily adapted to make a Fire Fan Control and
Indication Panel (FFCP) (referred to as AS1668 which is the relevant Australian and NZ
Standard):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
19" Rack mounting cabinet with standard light grey blank panels available,
including 9½U (plastic), 7U metal (hinged), 4U metal, 3U metal;
Standard modules available which include a PCB module (3 options) with switch
and LEDs, a connector block for field wiring, and labels (see Fig 6.1.1).
Programmable open collector output for driving LEDs (can enter logic equations
for RUN, FAULT, STOPPED);
Programmable relays for fan controls;
Programmable time delays on duct sampling AZCs, with RAD and SAD options;
Programmable AZCs for control inputs with two useable alarm states plus normal
(plus faults) per AZC (i.e. logic equations can differentiate "manual" alarm
(instant) from "detector" alarm (alarm);
Programmable zones, allows non-latching, non-MAF (non-FF), nonBells/Ancillaries, status only (i.e. Fan Control Panel output relays can switch
AZCs and the corresponding zones can be programmed as "non-fire" zones with
optional levels of "transparency" within the Fire Alarm System e.g. Faults, Alarms
can be included/not included in the "totals" display and the "recalls").
The standard AS1668 PCB modules are held to the front panel (rear) by a nut on the
threaded shaft of the rotary switch which is attached to the PCB. The LEDs mount in black
plastic bushes and are soldered to the PCB (chrome bezel LEDs are available and can also
be accommodated by the PCB). The adhesive label is black on clear, and the standard
panels are light grey.
The standard colours for RUN, FAULT and STOP (stopped) are red, yellow and green,
respectively.
Kits KT0111-113 comes complete with an assembly instruction (LT0159) which includes the
circuit diagrams 1945-1-1 to 1945-1-4 also included in this section.
FIG 6.1.1
STANDARD AS1668 MODULE PANEL LAYOUT
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FIG 6.1.2
F3200 WITH TYPICAL AS1668 PANEL (10 UNITS)
6.1.2
CIRCUITS & ZONES
FIP End Inputs
The "off", "auto" and "on" inputs from the AS1668 Control Module can be connected to 0, 1
or 2 AZCs as desired.
One AZC per fan control is cheaper, but does not allow the LCD zone text to display "fan off"
and "fan on", though the fan name can be put in the zone text, and for options A and C
following, the word "off" could be programmed as zone text so that "Manual" Alarm is "on"
and "off" Alarm is "off".
For option B, the text LCD would display "fault" for "off". Zone text would normally only be
viewed by a zone status recall as AS1668 control inputs will (generally) be programmed as
"status" zones (i.e. non-FFCIF).
Figs 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 show both options. Option 1 requires a Zener diode or a resistor (e.g.
560E) to give B2 voltage.
Note that the option shown in Fig 6.1.3 B ("off" <-> "fault") corresponds to the standard
AS1668 Module circuits 2, 3 & 4 (see drawings 1945-1-1/4 following) and so is the
"preferred" option for configuring with standard hardware.
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The option in Fig 6.1.3 A could be implemented by "tacking" the 560E resistor (or 6V8
Zener) onto the PCB. The 2 AZC option (Fig 6.1.4) could also be implemented by soldering
the extra resistor and wires onto the unused contact of the rotary switch on the PCB.
In all cases, "auto" is zone "normal".
OFF
┌──────────────o
│
AUTO
┌──┐
│
┌─────o─────o──────────────────────┤ │+
╒╧╕
│
└──┘
6V8│ │
┌┴┐
ON o
AZC
OR └┬┘ 2K7│ │
│
560E│
└┬┘
│
┌──┐
└──────┴────────┴─────────────────────────┤ │└──┘
A.
WITH A ROTARY SWITCH, "ON" IS B1 (INSTANT), "OFF" IS B2 (ALARM).
OFF
o
AUTO
┌──┐
┌────────────o─────o──────────────────────┤ │+
┌┴┐
└──┘
2K7│ │
ON o
AZC
└┬┘
│
│
│
┌──┐
└───────────────┴─────────────────────────┤ │└──┘
B.
WITH A ROTARY SWITCH, "ON" IS B1 (INSTANT), "OFF" IS FAULT.
OFF
┌──────────────o
│
AUTO
┌──┐
│
──────o───┬──────────────────┤ │+
╒╧╕
│
└──┘
6V8│ │
ON o
┌┴┐
AZC
OR └┬┘
│
│ │2K7
560E│
│
└┬┘
┌──┐
└───────────────┴──────┴──────────────────┤ │└──┘
C.
WITH A CENTRE-OFF TOGGLE SWITCH, "ON" IS B1 (INSTANT), "OFF" IS B2
(ALARM).
FIG 6.1.3
FAN CONTROL SWITCH WIRING WITH SINGLE AZC
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For options A and C in Fig 6.1.3, configure circuit Alarm Text as "manual" and voltage band
B1 as "Instant Alarm" (refer to table below).
Voltage
Band
Default
State
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
Fault
Normal
Alarm
Program
State
Fan
Control
Normal
Switch wiring open circuit
"Auto"
"Auto"
"Off"
"On"
Inst Alarm
Configure the zone as non-Latch, Status, non-Anc1/Warning System/External Bell.
In output logic, "off" is ZnD, "On" is ZnM, (for AZC number n).
For Option B in Fig 6.1.3, configuration is similar but in the output logic, "off" is ZnF and "on"
is ZnA.
For two AZC inputs:
┌──┐
┌───────●─────────────────────────────┤ │+
│
┌┴┐
└──┘
OFF o
│ │2K7
AZC 1
└┬┘
┌──┐
AUTO o───o───●─────────────────────────────┤ │┌┴┐
└──┘
ON
o
│ │2K7
│
└┬┘
┌──┐
└───────●─────────────────────────────┤ │+
└──┘
AZC 2
┌──┐
│ │└──┘
FIG 6.1.4
FAN CONTROL WITH TWO AZCs & ROTARY (OR CENTRE-OFF) SWITCH
Program B1 for both AZCs as "Instant Alarm", Alarm Text as "Manual".
Zone 1
Zone 2
Both
Alarm
Alarm
Normal
"Fan Control Off"
"Fan Control On"
"Fan Control Auto"
Configure both zones as non-Latch, Status, non-Anc1/Warning System/External Bell.
Fan Inputs
The exact requirement depends on the particular fan motor controller, and the contacts
available (e.g. "Run", "Fault"). Commonly "Run" is provided by an air flow switch (AFS), and
is required to connect to an AZC so that it can become part of a logic equation (as per
circuits 3 & 4 of standard module 1945-1-1/4 following).
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Where a "Fault" contact is available, along with "Run", both can be put onto a single AZC
with the NO "Fault" contact shorting the AZC and voltage band B1 programmed as "Fault"
(refer to Fig 6.1.5 A). Alternatively, the NC "Fault" contact can be put in series for open
circuit Fault, and the NO "Run" contact can short the AZC, with B1 programmed as "Alarm"
(ZnD). (Refer to Fig 6.1.5 B). Note that in A, Fault overrides Run, and in B, Run overrides
Fault. The priority in B can be reversed, but not in A.
The zone should be configured as non-latching.
If a "run" contact is used to short a Zener across the AZC (i.e. run is B2 = Alarm) and the
normal state of the fan is "run", then the zone mapping to MAF should be configured as
"Status Only" so that the fan "Run" state is not shown in the "Totals" or "Alarm Recalls".
┌──┐
┌───────┬────────┬───────┤ │+
│
RUN o FAULT o
└──┘
┌┴┐
NO /
NO /
│ │2K7
o
o
AZC
└┬┘
╒╧╕6V8
│
│
│ │OR
│
│
└┬┘560E
│
┌──┐
└───────┴────────┴───────┤ │A.
└──┘
NC
┌──┐
┌─────o───o──────┬───────┤ │+
│
FAULT
o RUN
└──┘
┌┴┐
/ NO
│ │2K7
o
AZC
└┬┘
│ RUN
│
│
│
│
┌──┐
└────────────────┴───────┤ │B.
└──┘
FIG 6.1.5
EXAMPLE OF FAN RUN & FAULT WIRING TO AZC
6.1.3
RELAYS
The exact number of relays per fan control and the logic required depends on the particular
building and air conditioning plant.
Typically, one relay is required per fan to switch an interposing relay in the fan control
equipment, with a possible logic equation as follows:
R5 = Z15D + Z15N.Z5A i.e. ("off") or ("auto" and duct alarm)
(ie. the relay turns on to turn the fan off).
Where: Relay 5 is the Fan Control relay for a normally running fan
Zone 5 is the associated Air Duct Smoke circuit
Zone 15 is the associated Fan Control switch circuit with ...
Z15D (band B2) = "Fan Off"
Z15M (band B1) = "Fan On"
Z15N (bands B3, B4) = "Auto"
Note that the zone range facility is useful in programming controls where selective,
automatic switching is required. E.g. if zones 1-10 correspond to ducts in levels 1-10 of a
building, and the logic requires Relay 5 to operate if Zone 5 is in alarm but zones 1-4 and 610 are not, the equation for R5 above would become:
R5 = Z15D + Z15N.Z5A.^ (Z1:4(1)A+Z6:10(1)A)
Note also, that if the interposing relay (fan control input) is 24V at less than 100mA then an
open collector (O/C) may be used as per circuit 1 of 1945-1-1/4 following.
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LEDS
The 3 LEDs may be: switched directly as per circuits 1 and 2 of 1945-1; driven off 3 open
collector (O/C) outputs or driven off 2 O/Cs with a Zener diode as shown in Fig 9.1.6 and
1945-1-3. Note that where the FIP has a number of detector circuits, the open collector
outputs associated with these AZCs may be used for driving the AS1668 LEDs and so it
doesn't matter if the AS1668 panel requires more open collectors than circuits.
+VBF
─┬─
│
3K3
┌──┐
RUN ├───────>├────█████────────┤ │ OC1
│
Red
└──┘
│
3K3
┌──┐
FAULT ├───────>├────█████────────┤ │ OC2
│ Yellow
└──┘
│
3K3
┌──┐
STOP └───────>├────█████────────┤ │ OC3
Green
└──┘
A.
THREE OPEN COLLECTOR O/PS PER FAN (Ref 1945-1-4).
+VBF
─┬─
│
3k3
RUN
┌──┐
├────█████───┬───>├────────┤ │ OC1
│
│
Red
└──┘
│
STOP ∇ Green
│
╒╧╕
│
│ │3V9 ZENER
│
└┬┘
│
─┴─
│
3K3
0V FAULT
┌──┐
└────█████───────>├────────┤ │ OC2
Yellow
└──┘
B.
TWO OPEN COLLECTOR O/PS PER FAN (Ref 1945-1-3).
For other LEDs (e.g. Chrome Bezel LEDs) a lower value (higher current) resistor may be
required.
FIG 6.1.6
WIRING OF FAN CONTROL LEDS
Note that the logic required for the LEDs in Option B is as follows:
LEDs
RUN
off
on
x
FAULT
off
x
on
OUTPUTS
STOPPED
on
off
x
OC1
off
on
x
OC2
off
x
on
Where x = off or on (don't care).
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AS1668 CONTROL MODULE & DRAWINGS
The following drawings are of 4 typical configurations using the AS1688 Control Module,
1945-1.
Circuit 1 uses Module Type 1 (KT0111)
Circuit 2 uses Module Type 2 (KT0112)
Circuits 3 and 4 both use Module Type 3 (KT0113), with selective "snipping" out of
components as required.
1945-1-1, AS1668 CONTROL MODULE, CIRCUIT 1
1945-1-2, AS1668 CONTROL MODULE, CIRCUIT 2
1945-1-3, AS1668 CONTROL MODULE, CIRCUIT 3
1945-1-4, AS1668 CONTROL MODULE, CIRCUIT 4
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GASEOUS FIRE EXTINGUISHING
GENERAL
The following features of the F3200 make it well suited to gaseous fire extinguishing
applications as required by AS4214:2002.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
AZC Alarm Text for "pressure switch", "manual", can be used for the various inputs;
Zones can be programmed as latch/non-latch, MAF/non-MAF as required, e.g. non-latch,
non-MAF, for "Gas Inhibit" input;
Zone range operand allows easy programming of "voting systems" on detector circuits
e.g. 2 out of 3;
Open collector O/Ps can be programmed to drive LEDs such as "Gas Initiated", "Gas
Inhibited", etc;
Programmable timers included as standard (0-250 sec);
Programmable relays, with supervision option;
Operation not fixed by hardware, as virtually any required logic equation for outputs
(using AND, OR, NOT, XOR) can be entered;
Fuse protected battery-backed supplies available via 2A fuse and 6A fuse;
Standard hinged, screened 7U Gas control doors available complete with LEDs,
switches and looms for 1, 2, 3, 4 Gas Zones (Part Number ME0438 to ME0441
respectively);
Standard non-hinged, screened 1U Panel as per above for 1 Gas Zone (Part Number
ME0442);
Standard Local Control Stations (LCSs) and AVI warning signs available. (LCS includes
"Gas Start", "Gas Inhibit" switches, status LEDs). AVIs include selectable Alert and Evac
tones and can be ordered with lettering such as FIRE ALARM / DO NOT ENTER, etc.
Two standard F3200 panels are available factory-fitted and programmed for gaseous fire
extinguishing applications.
FP0876 FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,8U CAB,3A,1U GAS CTRL,PRE PROG
FP0877 FP,F3200 AS4428 FIP,STD CAB,6A,1U GAS CTL,PRE PROG
FP0876 is an F3200 assembled into the 8U cabinet (FP0784). It comes complete with the
ME0442 1 zone 1U gas control module and an 8 Relay Module. It has a 3A power supply.
FP0877 is based on a 6A (PSU) F3200 assembled in the standard 15U cabinet (FP0782). It
comes complete with an ME0442 1 zone 1U gas control module pre-wired to the 8 Zone
Module and an 8 Relay Module.
The gas control doors (ME0438-ME0442) are wired to provide 2-wire connections to the AVI
Mk2s. Drawings 1931-123 and 1931-124 show how these are wired to F3200 and the
external devices: AVI MK2, LCS, etc.
Special factory-assembled panels can be made to order to meet the specific requirements of
jobs.
6.2.2
LOGIC & CONFIGURATION
A commonly used logic diagram for a dual circuit (single gas zone) gaseous fire
extinguishing system is shown in Fig 6.2.1. This can be used with an F3200, ME0438ME0442 gas control door, one or more Local Control Stations (FP0570), and multiple AVI
Mk2. The configuration and programming of F3200 is as follows.
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FIGURE 6.2.1
GAS RELEASE LOGIC DIAGRAM
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LOGIC & CONFIGURATION (CONTINUED)
The logic equations for F3200 to match Fig 6.2.1 are as follows.
where:
OC1 = Gas Initiated LED (i.e. Timer Running)
OC2 = Manual Release Activated LED (i.e. LCS Gas Start)
OC3 = Gas Discharged LED
OC4 = System Inoperative (i.e. any isolate or fault in Gas Control System)
OC5 = Gas Inhibited LED
Zone 1 = Detector Cct 1
Zone 2 = Detector Cct 2
Zone 3 = Gas Start (LCS)
Zone 4 = Gas Released (Pressure Switch)
Zone 5 = Gas Inhibit (LCS)
Zone 6 = Gas Isolated (i.e. Gas Discharge Isolate switch operated, see
note 3)
Zone 7 = Lock-off Valve (if required, see note 9)
Relay 1 = Alert or Evac O/P (1st stage sign FIRE ALARM)
Relay 2 = Evac O/P (2nd stage sign EVACUATE and DO NOT ENTER)
Relay 3 = Gas Release Solenoid
Relay 4 = System Inoperative sign
Isolate = Guard Relay (see note 2)
Timer
T1 [S30:0] = V1
30 Second time delay from "Gas Initiated" (second stage).
Variables
V1 = Z1A . Z2A . ^Z5A + Z3A
Open Collector LEDs
OC1 = V1
OC2 = Z3A
OC3 = Z4A
OC4 = Z5A + Z6A + OC5 + Z7A + Z3:7(1)I + Z1:7(1)F + R1F + R2F + R3F + R4F + R1I+ R2I
+ R3I + R4I + Guard I (see notes 2,9)
OC5 =Z1:2(1)I
Relays
R1 = Z1A + Z2A + Z3A + Z4A
R2 = Z4A + V1
R3 = T1
R4 = OC4
ISO (or Rn) = V1
(Alert or Evac : Stage 1 or Stage 2)
(Evac Stage 2)
(Gas Release)
(System Inoperative)
(Guard) (see note 2)
Configure Circuits
AZC
Circuit 1
Circuit 2
Gas Start
Gas Released
Gas Inhibit
Gas Isolated
Lock-off Valve
Alarm Text
Smoke (1)
Smoke (1)
MCP/Manual (4)
FSW (3) or PSW (6)
MCP/Manual (4)
MCP/Manual (4)
VMD/Valve (5)
B1
Alarm (2)
If required (see note 3)
If required (see note 9)
(Circuits 1 and 2 use all default settings).
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LOGIC & CONFIGURATION (CONTINUED)
Configure Zones
Zone
Latch MAF
Anc1
Anc2
Bells
Circuit 1
Circuit 2
Gas Start
Gas Released
Gas Inhibit
Gas Isolated
Lock-off Value
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
(see note 10)
N
N If required (see note 3)
N If required (see note 9)
N
N
N
(Zones 1-4 use all default settings. Zone 3 may be required to be non-latching. See note 10.)
Configure Relay Supervision
Relay
1 Alert
2 Evac
3 Gas Release
4 Sys Inoperative
6.2.3
Enable
Y
N
Y
Y
Latch
Y
Y
Y
Y
MAF
Y
Y
Y
Y
LED
-
Isolate
-
Test
-
Sup.Act
- (See Note 11)
-
NOTES
1.
The variable V1 is used to initiate the timer rather than OC1 because outputs
(including OC) can be tested from the keypad. It is not desirable to have a "test"
function initiating the timer which releases gas.
2.
The Guard relay is used to reduce the chances of accidental Gas Release (e.g. by
someone performing a "Test " on the Gas Release Relay). (The test function may be
inhibited, as may Isolate.) It uses a normally open set of contacts and is inserted
between +VBF2 and the NO terminal of the Gas Release relay (R3). It is preferable
to use an unused Brigade Relay (rated at 5A dc resistive) e.g. Isolate, if available
(not Standby), else an ancillary relay, or a module relay (each rated at 2Adc resistive)
on a separate 8RM to Gas Release. For multiple zones, a Module Relay "Guard"
relay can be common for 2 Gas zones, or Brigade Relay "Guard" relay can be
common to up to 5 Gas zones for 1A actuator loads. The common Guard relay
should be programmed to operate off the OR of the variables. For example:
ISO = V1 + V2 + V3 for a 3 Risk FIP which used ISO as the Guard relay.
If an Ancillary Module relay is used as the Guard relay, then +ARnI or +RnI should be
added to the equation for OC4.
3.
The Gas Discharge Isolate switch turns on the Gas Isolated LEDs on the gas control
doors and LCSs directly, and causes a Gas Release relay supervision fault. The third
set of contacts on the Gas Discharge Isolate switch is connected to AZC 6 (Gas
Isolated) as shown on Drawings 1931-123, 124 so that "Gas Isolated" status can
show on the LCD, be logged, and repeat from the FIP to an RZDU or remote FIP via
a network. A suitable EOLR has to be soldered across the switch contacts (yellow
and black remit wires) at time of building.
4.
Snub (suppress) inductive loads (e.g. solenoids) with a suitably rated reverse diode.
5.
The Gas Discharge Isolate switch disconnects both wires to the solenoid. When not
isolated, however, the -ve wire is connected to 0V and only the positive supply is
switched by the relay. This allows the relay supervision to check for resistance from
the relay "common" contact to 0V.
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NOTES (CONTINUED)
7.
See Section 6.2.4 re use of actuators.
8.
Solenoids are typically less than 400 Ohms and require a diode (of sufficient rating)
to be wired in series at the solenoid to allow supervision. If two solenoids are
connected in parallel on one circuit the supervision will not detect one being
disconnected. Where multiple release circuits are diode connected (+ve & -ve legs)
onto a common solenoid, the supervision will detect shorts, but not all opens.
9.
If a Lock-off valve is not required, then Z7 is not required and can be left out of the
equations (standard programming of FP0876 and FP0877). Note that AS4214
requires the Lock-off Valve to isolate both poles of the Gas Release solenoid /
actuator. This is not done within the standard wiring and therefore needs to be done
externally with microswitches (or a relay).
10.
The standard LCS Gas Start switch automatically turns on when the glass is broken.
Some customers may require a different switch that can be turned off after the glass
is broken, and hence cancel the timer and prevent gas release.
11.
Enable supervision on Relay 2 if using a 3-wire connection to the Alert/Evacuate
warning signs.
6.2.4
USE OF ACTUATORS
Where a CV-98 actuator is used it must be connected in series with the 427354 current
regulator, fitted at the furthest point to act as the EOL.
A single actuator should be connected in reverse, i.e. with the black wire to the incoming +ve
voltage, so that the supervision can detect that the element has been fired. See Figure
6.2.2(a).
Multiple actuators may be connected in series on one circuit, but each must have the red
wire to the incoming +ve voltage. See Figure 6.2.2(b). Note the F3200 supervision cannot
detect the difference between an unfired element (<2 Ohm) and a fired one. The actuator
has 3 series forward diodes across the element so that current will continue to flow through it
after the element has fired. With F3200 if both actuators fire, a supervision fault may or may
not be generated.
Where series resistors have been used (in existing circuits) to limit the current, a series
diode must be fitted as the EOL. It must be a silicon diode (not Schottky) rated at 2Adc or
higher, e.g. 1N5404. See Fig 6.2.2(c). The series resistor(s) must be located in the F3200
panel.
The maximum number of actuators connected in series in one circuit appears to be quoted
by the manufacturer as 2. The following estimates for the Metron Protractor and 427354
current limiter (not confirmed by the manufacturer, consult the manufacturer) suggest that up
to 4 actuators may be fitted to a circuit with a current regulator and up to 4 Ohms cable
resistance.
Allow: 21V as worst case battery voltage; 6.5V drop for regulator; 2.5V drop per actuator; 1V
per Ohm of cable resistance.
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a)
Single device with regulator at furthest point
b)
Multiple devices with current regulator at furthest point (EOL)
c)
Multiple devices with limiting resistor (not recommended method).
FIGURE 6.2.2
CONNECTING CV98 ACTUATORS
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AVI SIGNS
The AVI is an illuminated, 24Vdc warning sign with an internal sounder that produces
AS2220 Alert and Evacuate warning tones or the ISO 8201 Evacuate signal (requires V1.20
or later software for ISO signal). It has two independent sets of indication (i.e. top and
bottom), two signal inputs, and can be configured to provide the combinations of tone and
illumination required for gas release warning signs. It can be ordered with one of a number
of standard faceplates with wording such as FIRE ALARM / EVACUATE AREA.
Two models of AVI have been produced.
• The original AVI (FP0628) which uses incandescent lamps and produces only AS2220
tones;
• The AVI Mk2 (FP0853/4) which uses LEDs.
The wiring and set up for these AVIs are different.
6.2.5.1
AVI Mk2
Two standard versions of AVI Mk2 are available, with the faceplates (such as FIRE
ALARM/DO NOT ENTER) ordered separately. FP0853 has two rows of red LEDs (i.e. to
illuminate the top and bottom rows of lettering). FP0854 has 3 rows of yellow LEDs as
required for the 3 line XXXX SYSTEM INOPERATIVE signs.
AVI Mk2s have 3 pairs of terminals that provide connection to the FIP, namely “COM”,
“IN-T” and “IN-B”. Pairs are provided to allow “daisy chaining” of multiple AVIs off one FIP
output circuit. A fourth pair “SYNC” allows for synchronisation of tone and LED flashing on
daisy-chained AVIs.
IN-T operates the top LEDs, for which the default tone is Alert. IN-B operates the bottom
LEDs for which the default tone is Evac. COM is the power supply common in a 3-wire
arrangement and may be position or negative. Negative is generally used as that is required
for the FIP relay supervision.
With a 2-wire connection from the FIP to the first AVI (3-wires to further AVIs if
synchronised) when IN-T is positive and IN-B is negative the top LEDs flash, when IN-B is
positive and IN-T is negative the bottom LEDs flash.
With a 3-wire connection from the FIP to the first AVI (4 wires to further AVIs if
synchronised), a common negative is used and a positive voltage applied to IN-T/IN-B
activates the top/ bottom LEDs. Note the bottom indication/tone overrides if both In-T and
In-B are applied.
The wiring diagram 1931-124 for the gas control doors ME0438-442 shows a 2-wire
connection, but can be used for a 3-wire connection (see below). Both facilitate supervision
of the AVIs by the FIP relays for which a 2k7 resistor is a suitable EOL. Refer to Figures
6.2.3 and 6.2.4.
The logic equations in 6.2.2 for RL1 and RL2 work for both 2-wire and 3-wire because Evac
overrides Alert and the default setting for IN-B turns on the top LEDs with the bottom.
However for 3-wire connections RL2 must be re-wired and configured as supervised
(program supervision as enabled and fit Lk2 to S on the 8 Relay Bd).
Note the System Inoperative sign requires only one relay to switch 24V to IN-B, with IN-T (or
COM) wired to 0V. Refer to Figure 6.2.5. Refer to the appropriate AVI instructions to
disable the Evacuate tone.
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AVI Mk2 (Continued)
The configuration of some commonly used signs is as follows.
Function
Illuminate
Tone
Top:
Bottom:
FIRE ALARM
EVACUATE AREA
Top
Both
Alert
Evac
Polarity Links
+/Fitted
IN-T/IN-B
IN-B/IN-T
-
Top:
Bottom:
FIRE ALARM
DO NOT ENTER
Top
Both
Alert
Evac
IN-T/IN-B
IN-B/IN-T
-
Top:
Bottom:
DO NOT ENTER
XXXX GAS DISCHARGE
Top
Both
Evac
IN-T/IN-B
Evac*1 IN-B/IN-T
3
3
Both:
XXXX SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
Both
None
IN-B/IN-T
1, 2
*1 The AVI Mk2 has a third tone (RH3), which could be generated on Gas Discharged.
Refer to the particular AVI instructions for setting the links as the function of the links
depends on the software version fitted.
Options for XXXX include: CO2; INERGEN; FM-200.
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For FIRE ALARM / DO NOT ENTER, FIRE ALARM / EVACUATE AREA
RL1 = Stage 1 OR Stage 2
S = Supervised
U = Unsupervised
RL2a = RL2b = Stage 2
RL2a, RL2b can be two separate relays driven together.
LK1-LK6 not fitted.
EOL = 2k7
For DO NOT ENTER / XXXX GAS DISCHARGED with the bottom lines having RH3 tone and operating off Gas Discharged.
RL1 = Stage 2 OR Gas Discharged.
S = Supervised
U = Unsupervised
RL2a = RL2b = Gas Discharged
RL2a, RL2b can be two separate relays driven together.
LK3, LK6 fitted.
FIGURE 6.2.3
AVI MK2 WIRING USING 2 WIRES
For FIRE ALARM / DO NOT ENTER, FIRE ALARM / EVACUATE AREA
RL1 = Stage 1
S = Supervised
EOL = 2k7
RL2 = Stage 2
LK1–LK6 not fitted.
For DO NOT ENTER / XXXX GAS DISCHARGED with the bottom lines having RH3 tone and operating off Gas Discharged
RL1 = Stage 2
LK3, LK6 fitted.
RL2 = Gas Discharged
S = Supervised
FIGURE 6.2.4
AVI MK2 WIRING USING 3 WIRES
For XXXX SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
RL1 = System Inoperative
S = Supervised
LK5 and LK6 fitted (tone disabled).
Alternatively 0V could be connected to COM.
Only one unit is typically required, but more could be added as per the diagrams above.
FIGURE 6.2.5
AVI MK2 SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
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Original AVI
Original AVIs (FP0628) have three pairs of terminals that accept signals from the FIP,
namely '+24V', 'ALERT-', and 'EVAC-'. They can be connected and operated in two modes,
namely 2-wire and 3-wire.
The typical connection for 3-wire mode has the +VBF supply connected to +24V, with
switched 0V signals to ALERT- and EVAC- respectively, as was used on the original gas
control doors (ME0005 – ME0069 see drawing 1931-47).
In 2-wire mode, the +24V terminals are not used. For an EVAC input, the +ve supply is
connected to ALERT- (i.e EVAC+) and the -ve supply (0V) is switched to EVAC-, and vice
versa for Alert. Note the System Inoperative sign is configured for 3 wire special mode, but
only two wires are required.
However these arrangements do not support supervision of the wiring to the AVIs. For
supervised outputs the recommended method is to use only AVI MK2s and convert the
ME0065 – ME0069 gas control door to a common 0V and switched 24V outputs – refer
Section 6.2.6.
All signs should be configured for flashing illumination as that attracts attention and saves
power. Note the original AVI has incandescent lamps that draw a large current.
The configuration of some commonly used signs is as follows.
Function
1
Top:
Bottom:
FIRE ALARM
EVACUATE AREA
Illuminate
Top
Both
Tone Note
Alert
Evac
2
Top:
Bottom:
FIRE ALARM
DO NOT ENTER
Top
Both
Alert
Evac
3
Top:
Bottom:
DO NOT ENTER
XXXX GAS DISCHARGE
Top
Both
Evac
Evac
4
Both:
XXXX SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
Both
None
Function Input Lamps
Tone
1
AlertBoth
Top
Both
2
AlertBoth
3
4
a.
a.
Lk3
Lk6
Alert
Evac
Mode DIL SW DIL Sw Lk1,2
On
Off
3-wire 1,3,5,6 2,4,7,8
1-2
std
1-2
On
Top
Both
Alert
Evac
3-wire 1,3,5,6 2,4,7,8
std
1-2
1-2
On
Evac-
Both
Evac
2-wire 2,3,5,6 1,4,7,8
2-3
1.2
Off
Alert-
Both
None 3-wire 1,3,5,6,
spcl
8
1-2
2-3
On
2,4,7
Notes
b.
Notes
a.
The option of top lamps with Evac tone for one input, and both lamps with Evac tone
for the other, is not directly supported. But it can be arranged by mounting the AVI
upside down.
b.
For this configuration the +ve supply is wired into Alert-, not +24V.
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USING OLD ME0065 – ME0069 GAS CONTROL DOORS
Older F3200 gas panels were supplied with the ME0065-69 gas control doors (refer drawing
1931-47). These provide a common +24V supply and switched 0V outputs to activate the
warning signs. They were designed for the original FP0628 AVI, but do support the Mk2
AVI. However, as wired these outputs are not suitable for supervising the wiring to the
warning signs, as is now required.
These gas control doors can be modified to common 0V, switched 24V outputs to enable
supervision of the warning signs. But in this case the original FP0628 AVIs cannot be used.
Two options exist for this – replace the gas control door with the equivalent 2-wire version
(ME0438-ME0442), or modify it as shown in Drawing 1931-132 and in the steps as follows:
1.
Turn power to the panel off and physically isolate the actuating device (operate the
Gas Discharge Isolate switch). As a further precaution when working on gas
extinguishing systems, disconnect the actuator or remove it from the gas release
valve. Identify the thick black wire that runs from the Relay 1, 2 and 4 NO terminals
to 0V on the MAF/PSU. Disconnect it from the MAF/PSU 0V terminal and connect to
+VBF2 (or similar) instead. Place some red insulation tape around each end of the
insulation to indicate it is now a positive wire, not negative.
2.
Disconnect the two thick red wires that connect to the Sign+ screw terminal.
Discard the one that runs to the +24V screw terminal, and reconnect the one that
runs to the MAF/PSU to the +24V screw terminal.
3.
Run a thick black wire from the Sign+ screw terminal to 0V on the MAF/PSU.
4.
Re-label the following screw terminals:
Sign+
as
SignAlertas
Alert+
Evacas
Evac+
SIOas
SIO+
5.
Run 3 wires to the Alert/Evac (Stage 1/Stage 2) sign(s) and 2 wires to the SIO sign.
Connect Sign- to COM, Alert+ to IN-T, Evac+ to In-B on the Alert/Evac signs.
Connect Sign- to com (or In-T) and SIO+ to In-B on System Inoperative Sign (set the
links to disable tones). Fit a 2k7 ELD from each of Alert+, Evac+, and SIO+, to
Sign- (0V) at the last AVI.
6.
Configure Relays 1, 2, 3, and 4 for supervision (fit Lk 1-4 to the S position) on the 8
Relay Board.
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7.
Enable supervision on Relay 2 (Evacuate Relay) and use the following logic in the
programming.
Relay 1 (Alert)
Relay 2 (Evac)
:
:
Supervision enabled, Latching, MAF mapped.
Supervision enabled, Latching, MAF mapped.
Relay 1 = Z1A + Z2A + Z3A + Z4A
Relay 2 = Z4A + V1
V1 = Z1A . Z2A . ^Z5A + Z3A
Where:
Z1 = Detection circuit 1
Z2 = Detection circuit 2
Z3 = Gas Start (LGCS)
Z4 = Gas Released (Pressure Switch)
Z5 = Gas Inhibited
Program the panel as otherwise described in Section 6.2.2.
6.2.7
DRAWINGS
The following drawings are included:
1931-47 1 Zone Gas Flood Door (ME0065-69), Circuit Diagram
1937-2 Local Gas Control Station, Circuit Diagram
1931-123 F3200 AS4428 7U 1 Zone Gas Flood Door Loom/Wiring Diagram
1931-124 F3200 AS4428 1U 1 Zone Gas Flood Panel Loom/Wiring Diagram
1931-132 ME0065-69 Gas Door Mods for AVI Mk2 3-Wire Connections
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FIG 6.2.6
LOCAL GAS CONTROL STATION, FRONT VIEW
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SUB FIP MONITORING
6.3.1
GENERAL
A sub-FIP is a Fire Indicator Panel (e.g. a Gas Flood Panel) which may not be connected
directly to the Brigade, but repeats its common conditions (e.g. Fire, Fault) to another FIP.
AS1670.1 allows for the cabling from FIP to sub-FIP to be less than 0.75sqmm, and the
resistance may be considerably greater than that used in standard detector circuits. The
"Low Current Mode" for an F3200 AZC allows supervision of sub-FIPs on circuits with high
resistance.
The limitations caused by the resistance in sub-FIP monitoring circuits are shown in the
following 3 cases.
1.
Loop Resistance Less than 150 Ohms
For a detector circuit programmed for standard mode the maximum loop resistance is 50
Ohms, but where there is no detector load (i.e. clean contacts are used) the resistance may
be up to 150 Ohms.
Therefore it is recommended that for loop circuits of less than 150 Ohms, "standard mode"
be used for sub-FIP monitoring.
All voltage bands are potentially usable, but it is recommended that B3 NOT be used for any
condition as the circuit voltage drop of up to 2.5V needs to be allowed for. B2 can be used
with a 5V6 or 6V8 zener diode to detect Alarm i.e. ZnA, and B1 can be used to detect Alarm
(ZnD) or Instant Alarm (ZnM).
2.
Loop Resistance of 150 Ohm to 800 Ohm
For this resistance range the AZC has to be programmed into "Low Current Mode", and
voltage band B1 should be programmed as Fault or Alarm but must not be used to detect
the Fault signal from the sub-FIP (i.e. by shorting the circuit with the Fault contacts).
Shorting the circuit at the sub-FIP will cause B2 Alarm.
Because the voltage drop in the circuit wiring is between 3.8V and 12V, depending on loop
resistance, it is recommended that B3 not be used to detect a signal (for safety sake it is
advisable to program B3 as Alarm and B1 as Alarm or Fault. Note that only a short
somewhere within the circuit wiring can cause B1).
3.
Loop Resistance of 800 Ohm to 2000 Ohm
For this resistance range the AZC has to be programmed into "low current mode", and the
voltage band B3 has to be programmed as Alarm. Shorting the circuit at the sub-FIP will
cause either a B2 or B3 Alarm depending on the loop resistance (nominal B2/B3 threshold is
1100 Ohm).
B1 may be programmed as Fault or Alarm, but must not be used to detect the Fault signal
from the sub-FIP.
6.3.2
CONNECTION
There are various connection possibilities depending on the particular local requirements for
Standby and Isolate, and the loop resistance. One or two AZCs may be required.
Where Standby is required as a separate signal at the Main FIP it can be signalled as Alarm
on a second AZC and the corresponding zone programmed as non-MAF, non-Anc1, etc.
Isolate could be signalled as "Fault" on the same AZC (ref Fig 6.3.1 and Fig 6.3.2).
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CONNECTION (CONTINUED)
The Main FIP Brigade Standby and Isolate relays could be reprogrammed to include the
"standby" zone "alarm" and "fault" conditions, or separate module relays could be
programmed to operate on the zone "alarm" and "fault" conditions. These would then be
connected to the Brigade transmitting device in series/parallel with the Standby and Isolate
contacts of the MAF Brigade relays as appropriate.
Note that the EOL required depends on the mode programmed for the AZC.
FAULT (NC)
┌──┐
┌─────────o──o────┬──────┤ │+
┌┴┐
o
└──┘
EOL│ │
/ ALARM
AZC1
└┬┘
o (NO) ┌──┐
└─────────────────┴──────┤ │└──┘
ISOLATE (NC)
┌──┐
┌─────────o──o────┬──────┤ │+
┌┴┐
o
└──┘
EOL│ │
/ STANDBY AZC2
└┬┘
o (NC) ┌──┐
└─────────────────┴──────┤ │└──┘
FIG 6.3.1
EXAMPLE OF SUB-FIP MONITORING USING 2 AZCS
FAULT
ISOLATE
STANDBY
┌──┐
┌─────────o──o───────o──o───────o──o──────┬───────┤ │+
┌┴┐
(NC)
(NC)
(NO)
o
└──┘
EOL│ │
/ ALARM
AZCn
└┬┘
o (NO) ┌──┐
└─────────────────────────────────────────┴───────┤ │└──┘
Fault, Isolate and Standby are all represented by ZnF in the Main FIP.
FIG 6.3.2
EXAMPLE OF SUB-FIP MONITORING USING 1 AZC
FAULT
ISOLATE
┌──┐
┌─────────o──o───────o──o──────┬──────────┬───────┤ │+
│
(NC)
(NC)
│
│
└──┘
│
│
│
│
│
│
┌┴┐
o STDBY
o ALARM
2K7│ │
/ (NC)
/ (NO)
AZCn
└┬┘
o
o
│
╒╧╕
│
│
5V6 OR 470E │ │
│
│
└┬┘
│
┌──┐
└──────────────────────────────┴──────────┴───────┤ │└──┘
Program B1 as Instant,
ZnM represents "Alarm"
ZnD represents "Standby"
ZnF represents "Fault" or "Isolate"
FIG 6.3.3
EXAMPLE OF SUB-FIP MONITORING FOR RESISTANCE CASE 1 ONLY
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FIRE DETECTION IN HAZARDOUS AREAS
(EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES)
6.4.1
REFERENCES
AS 2380
Electrical Equipment for Explosive Atmospheres - Explosion-Protection
Techniques.
AS 2381
Electrical Equipment for Explosive Atmospheres - Selection, Installation &
Maintenance.
AS 2430
Classification of Hazardous Areas.
IEC79
Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Atmospheres.
SAA HB13
Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas (handbook).
6.4.2
GENERAL
A hazardous area is one which has a potentially explosive atmosphere due to combustible
gases, liquids or dusts. In such an area there has to be a constraint to prevent an electrical
fault from causing an explosion.
For fire detection in hazardous areas there are two main options:
1)
Use approved IS (Intrinsically Safe) detectors and bases with IS isolators or Zener
barriers and approved cabling.
2)
Use approved detectors with explosion proof housings and compatible cabling. (E.g.
Olsen V41B, (V42B), V44B, T54B). These are not discussed further in this section
as the constraints are primarily mechanical.
Note that in addition to equipment selection and inter-connection, there are other
requirements for wiring in hazardous areas that must be satisfied.
These include (but are not limited to):
•
Matching “Ex” rating of equipment chosen with hazardous area classification.
•
Ensuring cable capacitance and inductance is within the limits of the repeaters used
(see Tables 6.4.3, 6.4.4, 6.4.5 for more details).
•
Providing adequate physical protection for equipment according to local hazardous
area wiring regulations.
•
Using cable of the correct insulation and physical strength according to local
hazardous area wiring regulations.
•
Complying with manufacturer’s instructions for mounting of “Ex” rated devices.
•
Inspection and certification of the finished installation.
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INTRINSICALLY SAFE DETECTION
There are two types of device which may be inserted in a detector circuit between the FIP
and the detectors to limit the electrical energy flow into the area and provide IS detection:
1)
Galvanically (transformer) isolated repeaters (isolators).
2)
Zener barriers (shunt barriers with fuses). These limit the circuit voltage relative to
earth, and the circuit current.
Although Zener barriers are cheaper than isolators they require a special Intrinsic
Safety Earth, and precautions, and are therefore not recommended.
6.4.3.1
ISOLATED REPEATERS
There are several options for using isolated repeaters, each with differing limitations and
expense.
The options are:
1.
Use a 6 terminal isolating repeater where large numbers of smoke and/or flame
detectors are required (see Section 6.4.3.2).
2.
Use a lower-cost 4 terminal isolating repeater and a ZAU401 (Rev 2) where lower
numbers of smoke and/or flame detectors are required (see Section 6.4.3.3).
3.
Use a 4 terminal isolating repeater where all detectors generate a short circuit alarm
condition (see Section 6.4.3.4).
For these the total capacitance and inductance of the detectors and cables on the IS circuit
must be less than that specified in Table 6.4.1. The gases and vapours in each Gas group
are listed in IEC 79-12.
GAS GROUP
MAX. CAPACITANCE
MAX. INDUCTANCE
Class IIA or Group D
Class IIB or Group C
Class IIC or Group A or B
1.04uF
0.39uF
0.13uF
31.9mH
12.6mH
3.6mH
TABLE 6.4.1
MAXIMUM CAPACITANCE & INDUCTANCE PER IS CIRCUIT
For isolated repeaters, the cable core to core capacitance can be used, rather than core to
earth which, for bunched conductors on metal trays, may be higher. (Note that for Zener
barriers, the core to earth capacitance is relevant). The values used in this section for a
typical TPS pair, or multicore cable (unshielded) are:
TPS
C = 100nF/km (i.e. 100 pF/m), L = 0.8mH/km
Cable manufacturers may quote differing values for specific cables.
It is the responsibility of the System Engineer to check that the cable
used has values less than or equal to the above values, and that the total capacitance and
inductance for each circuit meet the requirements.
The values specified for the detectors are shown in Table 6.4.2.
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ISOLATED REPEATERS (CONTINUED)
DETECTOR
CAPACITANCE
INDUCTANCE
C29BEx/Z94C
R24Bex
FW68
FW105
FW180
S231i+
S121
MS302Ex
MF301Ex
MR301Ex (Photo)
MR301TEX (HPO)
T56B (Heat)
(Z500N base)
T54B (Heat)
1nF
3.3nF
84nF/km
66nF/km
57nF/km
1.5nF
4nF
1.5nF
1.5nF
1.5nF
1.5nF
0
0
0
1uH (0.001mH)
1.5mH
0.62mH/km
0.83mH/km
0.89mH/km
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
RESISTANCE
(FW ONLY)
100Ω/km
100Ω/km
100Ω/km
TABLE 6.4.2
CAPACITANCE & INDUCTANCE PER I.S. DETECTOR
Notes
1.
The KHD0-ICS/Ex 251 or KFD0-CS-Ex 2.51P is effectively two KHD0-ICS/Ex 151 or
KFD0-CS-Ex 1.51P isolators (respectively) in one package.
2.
The resistance quoted in Table 6.4.2 for fire wire is per wire, thus the circuit
resistance of the pair is twice that amount.
3.
The FW68 and FW105 fire wires are not currently listed as IS.
4.
The MS302Ex, MF301Ex, MR301Ex, MR301TEx, S121 and S231i+ detectors are
currently not SSL approved.
For each of the following configuration options a table is included showing the limits of
detector quantity and cable length.
6.4.3.2
6 TERMINAL ISOLATED REPEATER
The following 6 terminal isolating repeaters can connect an F3200 zone to an IS detection
circuit using the circuit of Fig 6.4.3.2. Detector quantities and circuit lengths as shown in
Table 6.4.3.
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
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FIG 6.4.3.2
F3200 IS CIRCUIT USING 6-TERMINAL REPEATERS
Relay or Open Collector
For each AZC there must be either: a corresponding relay (e.g. Module Relay RLn) with
normally closed contacts breaking the supply to the Isolator as shown; or an open collector
output switching the supply 0V as shown. As the open collector is standard with an 8ZM it is
the cheapest alternative.
Programming & Limitations
All detector types require the circuit to be programmed for Mode 1 (Std) with voltage band
B1 programmed as Alarm.
The open collector must be programmed as OCn = ^ZnR, or the Relay must be programmed
as Rn = ZnR (i.e. Zone n not in Reset or Zone n in Reset respectively).
There is no differentiation of voltage bands (B1, B2, B3), i.e. the FIP cannot differentiate
between short-circuiting MCP and detector operation on the same circuit.
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6 TERMINAL ISOLATED REPEATER (CONTINUED)
Any alarm on the detector circuit (either a short circuit or detector operation) will cause a B1
or a B2 voltage level on the FIP AZC, depending on the battery voltage.
GAS GROUP 11A OR 11B
DETECTOR
TYPE
SMOKE
PART
C29BEx
GAS GROUP 11C
CCT LENGTH
QTY
BASE
Z94C
40(M)
1.0mm²
3km(R)
(100Ω)
CCT LENGTH
QTY
0.75mm²
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
40(M)
33
20
1
FLAME
R24BEx
-
7(M)
HEAT
FW105
-
-
HEAT
T54B
-
HEAT
T56B
Z500N
40(M)
HEAT
S231i+
-
40(M)
11(M)
1.5km(R)
(50Ω)
(100Ω TOT)
3km(R)
(100Ω)
1.1km(R)
(50Ω)
(100Ω TOT)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
3km(R)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
(100Ω)
3KM (R)
(100Ω)
2.2KM (R)
(100Ω)
2(M)
40(M)
40(M)
11(M)
5
1
FLAME
S121
-
40(M)
3km(R)
(100Ω)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
32(M)
20
10
1
FLAME
MS302Ex
M300
40(M)
3km(R)
(100Ω)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
40(M)
20
1
ION
PHOTO
HPO
MF301Ex
MR301Ex
MR301TEx
M300
M300
M300
40(M)
40(M)
40(M)
1.00mm²
0.75mm²
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
0.97km(C)
(97nF)
1.1km(C)
(110nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
1.2km(C)
(120nF)
1.3km TOT
(130nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
0.97km(C)
(97nF)
1.1km(C)
(110nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
1.1km(R)
(50Ω)
1.3km TOT
(130nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
1.13KM(C)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
(130nF)
1.13km(C)
(113nF)
1.22km(C)
(122nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
0.02km(C)
(2nF)
0.5km(C)
(50nF)
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
1.26km(C)
(126nF)
0.7km(C)
(70nF)
1km(C)
(100nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
1.13KM(C)
(113nF)
1.22km(C)
(122nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
0.02km(C)
(2nF)
0.5km(C)
(50nF)
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
1.26km(C)
(126nF)
0.7km(C)
(70nF)
1km(C)
(100nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
(SAME AS MS302Ex)
(SAME AS MS302Ex)
(SAME AS MS302Ex)
TABLE 6.4.3
MAXIMUM DETECTOR QUANTITY & CABLE LENGTH FOR 6-TERMINAL REPEATER
Notes
1.
Circuit lengths quoted are from the isolator to the EOL. An extra 50 Ohms of cable
from the FIP to the isolator is also allowed (1.5km of 1.0mm², 1.1km of 0.75mm²).
The length quoted is the maximum for the corresponding quantity of detectors.
2.
Cable resistance shown is for the circuit, i.e. both cables in the pair. The value of
34Ω per km (return) is used for 1 mm².
3.
The maximum resistances shown for the fire wire circuits must include both cable
and fire wire (see Table 6.4.2 and associated note 2).
4.
The letter in ( ) after the cable length, and the value in ( ) under the cable length
specify which parameter out of capacitance (C), inductance (L) and resistance (R)
provides the limitation, and what the maximum value is.
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5.
The (M) after a detector quantity indicates the maximum quantity allowed per circuit.
6.
The maximum allowable detector quiescent (or 2 second switch on) current is 3.5mA
(only relevant to R24BEx).
6.4.3.3
4 TERMINAL ISOLATED REPEATER WITH ZONE ADAPTOR UNIT
ZAU401
With the addition of the ZAU401 Zone Adaptor Unit (PA0838), lower-cost 4-terminal isolating
repeaters can be used with the F3200 panel.
The ZAU401 can be thought of as a single zone circuit module that can be added to a panel
to make it compatible with a wider range of detectors – in particular when using IS repeaters.
It can support up to 2mA of quiescent detector current and uses a 3k9 5% EOL resistor.
Wiring of the ZAU401 and the isolating repeater to the panel is shown in Fig 6.4.3.3.
Note that only one ZAU401 can be connected to each of the panel’s zone circuits.
The following 4-terminal isolating repeaters can be used to connect the ZAU401 to an IS
detection circuit. (Note that dual channel repeaters have two separate repeaters, and can
connect two circuits with two ZAU401s). Detector quantity and circuit lengths are 6 shown in
Table 6.4.4.
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
Measurement Technology Ltd
KHD0-ICS/Ex 1.51 (single channel)
KHD0-ICS/Ex 2.51 (dual channel)
KFD0-CS-Ex 1.51P (single channel)
KFD0-CS-Ex 2.51P (dual channel)
MTL5061 (dual channel)
4-Terminal Isolating
Repeater
Panel
24V
{
ZAU401 (Rev 2)
(PA0838)
+ -
+
To Panel
Zone Circuit
EOL*
-
1 BATT+
2 ZONE+
3 EOL+
4 EOL5 ZONE6 BATT-
T+ 3
TC 2
T- 1
+
-
KHD0_
OR
KFD0_
OR
MTL5061
Ex DETECTOR
Ex DETECTOR
EOL
3k9
5%
* EOL to suit Panel
SAFE AREA
HAZARDOUS AREA
FIG 6.4.3.3
F3200 WITH ZAU401 & 4 TERMINAL IS REPEATER
Programming & Limitations
The circuit should be programmed as Mode 1 (standard). Voltage bands B1 and B3 can be
left at default, though it is better to program B1 as fault.
Note that all alarms from the ZAU401 will give voltage band B2 i.e. the FIP cannot
differentiate between short-circuiting MCP and detector operation, and voltage B1
represents a short on the circuit between the FIP and the ZAU401 (i.e. internal wiring fault).
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(CONTINUED)
GAS GROUP 11A OR 11B
DETECTOR
TYPE
SMOKE
PART
C29BEx
GAS GROUP 11C
CCT LENGTH
QTY
BASE
Z94C
40(M)
1.0mm²
3km(R)
(100Ω)
CCT LENGTH
QTY
0.75mm²
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
40(M)
33
20
1
FLAME
R24BEx
-
2(M)
HEAT
FW105
-
-
HEAT
T54B
-
HEAT
T56B
Z500N
40(M)
HEAT
S231i+
-
40(M)
4(M)
0.5km(R)
(17Ω)
(100Ω TOT)
3km(R)
(100Ω)
.37km(R)
(17Ω)
(100Ω TOT)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
3km(R)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
(100Ω)
3KM (R)
(100Ω)
2.2KM (R)
(100Ω)
2(M)
40(M)
40(M)
4(M)
1
FLAME
S121
-
16(M)
3km(R)
(100Ω)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
16(M)
10
1
FLAME
MS302Ex
M300
16(M)
3km(R)
(100Ω)
2.2km(R)
(100Ω)
16(M)
10
1
ION
PHOTO
HPO
MF301Ex
MR301Ex
MR301TEx
M300
M300
M300
16(M)
16(M)
16(M)
1.00mm²
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
0.97km(C)
(97nF)
1.1km(C)
(110nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
0.5km(C)
(17Ω)
1.3km TOT
(130nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
0.75mm²
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
0.97km(C)
(97nF)
1.1km(C)
(110nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
0.37km(R)
(17Ω )
1.3km TOT
(130nF)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
1.13km(C)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
(130nF)
1.24KM(C)
(124nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
0.66km(C)
(66nF)
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
126km(C)
(126nF)
1.06km(C)
(106nF)
1.15km(C)
(115nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
1.24KM(C)
(124nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
0.66km(C)
(66nF)
0.9km(C)
(90nF)
1.26km(C)
(126nF)
1.06km(C)
(106nF)
1.15km(C)
(115nF)
1.28km(C)
(128nF)
(SAME AS MS302Ex)
(SAME AS MS302Ex)
(SAME AS MS302Ex)
TABLE 6.4.4
MAXIMUM DETECTOR QUANTITY & CABLE LENGTH FOR
ZAU401 (REV 2) & 4-TERMINAL REPEATER
Notes
1.
Circuit lengths quoted are total from the FIP to the EOL. The length quoted is the
maximum for the corresponding quantity of detectors.
2.
Cable resistance shown is for the circuit, i.e. both cables in the pair. The value of
34Ω per km (return) is used for 1 mm².
3.
The maximum resistances shown for the fire wire circuits must include both cable
and fire wire (see Table 6.4.2 and associated note 2).
4.
The letter in ( ) after the cable length, and the value in ( ) under the cable length
specify which parameter out of capacitance (C), inductance (L) and resistance (R)
provides the limitation, and what the maximum value is.
5.
The (M) after a detector quantity indicates the maximum quantity allowed per circuit.
6.
The maximum allowable detector quantity corresponds to a quiescent current of
1.8mA for C29BEx, 0.3mA for R24BEx.
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4 TERMINAL ISOLATED REPEATER ALONE
When all the detectors on the IS circuit will generate a short circuit alarm condition it is
possible to use the lower-cost, 4-terminal isolating repeater without a ZAU401. This is
shown in Fig 6.4.3.4.
The following 4-terminal isolating repeaters can be used. (Note that dual channel repeaters
have two separate repeaters, and can connect two circuits to the panel).
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
Pepperl & Fuchs
Measurement Technology Ltd
KHD0-ICS/Ex 1.51 (single channel)
KHD0-ICS/Ex 2.51 (dual channel)
KFD0-CS-Ex 1.51P (single channel)
KFD0-CS-Ex 2.51P (dual channel)
MTL5061 (dual channel)
SEE
TEXT
FIG 6.4.3.4
SHORT-CIRCUITING DETECTORS WITH 4 TERMINAL REPEATER
Programming & Limitations
The required EOL resistance is lower than the standard 2k7. Two methods for obtaining the
correct EOL value are:
1.
Place a 22K 5% resistor in parallel with the supplied 2k7 EOL. This achieves the
required value.
2.
Or just use a 2k2 5% resistor as the EOL.
The circuit should be programmed as Mode 1, B3 as Normal, and B1 should be programmed
as Fault.
There can be no differentiation between short-circuiting MCP and detector operation on the
same circuit.
Detector quantity and circuit length limits are shown in Table 6.4.5.
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DETECTOR
GAS GROUP 11A OR 11B
GAS GROUP 11C
CCT LENGTH
TYPE
PART
HEAT
FW105
HEAT
HEAT
T54B
T56B
BASE
QTY
1.0mm²
0.75mm²
-
-
NOTE 2 & 3
NOTE 2 & 3
(68Ω TOT)
(68Ω TOT)
2km(R)
1.5km(R)
(68Ω TOT)
(68Ω)
2km(R)
1.5km(R)
(100Ω)
(68Ω)
-
Z500N
40(M)
40(M)
CCT LENGTH
QTY
-
40(M)
40(M)
1.00mm²
0.75mm²
1.3km TOT
1.3km TOT
(130nF)
(130nF)
1.3km(C)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
(130nF)
1.3km(C)
1.3km(C)
(130nF)
(130nF)
TABLE 6.4.5
MAXIMUM DETECTOR QUANTITY & CABLE LENGTH FOR 4 TERMINAL
REPEATER ALONE
Notes
1.
Circuit lengths quoted are from the isolator to the EOL. The length quoted is the
maximum for the corresponding quantity of detectors.
2.
Cable resistance shown is for the circuit, i.e. both cables in the pair. The value of
34Ω per km (return) is used for 1 mm².
3.
The maximum resistances shown for the fire wire circuits must include both cable
and fire wire (see table 6.4.2 and associated note 2).
4.
The letter in ( ) after the cable length, and the value in ( ) under the cable length
specify which parameter out of capacitance (C), inductance (L) and resistance (R)
provides the limitation, and what the limiting value is.
5.
The (M) after a detector quantity indicates the maximum quantity allowed per circuit.
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USE OF NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTS
There may be some situations where it is necessary to monitor a set of normally-closed
contacts which open on "alarm".
As standard these cannot be wired directly to the F3200 AZC terminals.
The Vigilant Contact Conversion Module (part number PA0443) may be used as a
conversion interface between the contacts and an F3200 AZC.
This small, encapsulated module has three wires protruding from it.
These must be connected between the normally closed contact and the AZC as shown in
Fig 6.5.1, using suitable screw terminal blocks.
The module applies a low impedance to the AZC when the alarm contacts open, and so the
circuit must be programmed as B1 = Alarm.
FIG 6.5.1
NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACT WIRING TO F3200 AZC
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6.6.1
CONNECTING THE S231I+ OR S231F+ (USING ZAU401 REV 2)
**WARNING**
Even though the S231i+ is listed as hazardous area rated, this compatibility is for a direct
connection – not through an intrinsically-safe isolator, and thus cannot be used in hazardous
area applications. For IS applications refer to Section 6.4.
The S231i+ and S231f+ detectors are not directly compatible with the F3200. However,
compatibility can be achieved by using the PA0838 ZAU401 (Rev 2) Zone Adaptor unit
between the panel and the detectors.
The ZAU401 can be thought of as a single zone circuit module that can be added to a panel
to make it compatible with a wider range of detectors. The ZAU401 supports up to 2mA of
quiescent detector current, thus only 5 S231i+ or S231f+ detectors can be used on each
ZAU401. It operates off the panel’s 24V supply and consumes 20mA in the normal state.
Only one ZAU401 can be connected to each circuit on the panel. Also, do not use a Rev 1 or
non-Vigilant manufactured ZAU401 as these have different characteristics.
A 220E 5W resistor (Vigilant part number RR0415) must be placed in series with the
detector circuit at the ZAU401 to limit the maximum current to any detectors in alarm.
Wiring of the ZAU401 to the panel and S231i+ or S231f+ detectors is shown in Fig 6.6.1.1.
* EOL to suit Panel used.
PANEL
Panel
24V
{
ZAU401 (Rev 2)
(PA0838)
+ -
+
To Panel
Zone Circuit
-
DETECTORS
EOL*
1 BATT+
2 ZONE+
3 EOL+
4 EOL5 ZONE6 BATT-
5W
220E
T+ 3
TC 2
T- 1
S231i+
DETECTORS
EOL
3k9
5%
QTY 5 MAXIMUM
FIG 6.6.1.1
ZAU401 (REV 2) AND S231I+ or S231f+
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CHAPTER 7
ALIGNMENT, ADJUSTMENT &
PLACING INTO OPERATION
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ALIGNMENT & ADJUSTMENT
All the F3200 modules (pcbs) are tested and aligned in the factory before being supplied to
the customer or fitted to a FIP. The only field adjustments that may be necessary are to set
the LCD contrast and the battery charger voltage.
Controller/Display
VR2
LCD Contrast
Adjust for best readability of the LCD when viewed from the
front of an installed panel.
Factory adjustments include:
VR1
Set 1.2V Ref
Adjust for Charger High voltage of 28.1V to 28.15V.
VR3
Adjust 15.9V
Adjust until the 15.9V reference on TP15 is 15.90Vdc.
R94, Fault Threshold
R105
Snip as required to set Fault Threshold to
nominal 19.03V.
MAF/PSU
PT1
Battery Charger Voltage
Should the battery charger voltage need adjusting, the method is as follows:
1.
Run the system with the door closed for at least 30 minutes to allow components to
"warm up" (the longer the better).
2.
Calculate the required no-load battery charging voltage by taking 27.3V for 20°C and
subtracting approximately 0.1V for every 3°C above 20°C, or adding approximately
0.1V for every 3°C below 20°C.
3.
With the system not in Alarm, disconnect the batteries.
4.
Measure the voltage at the battery terminals and adjust to the voltage calculated in
Step 2 by turning PT1.
5.
Re-connect the batteries.
PT2
+22V Supply is factory set and should not need field adjustment.
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PLACING INTO OPERATION
7.2.1
GENERAL
This chapter describes the procedure to place an F3200 FIP into operation. It assumes that
the mains and other field wiring has been connected, but that the battery has not and the
mains is not yet switched on. Note that all electronic modules were tested and adjusted in
the factory and should need no further adjustment.
Before switching on power (mains), inspect the cabinet and internals. Check as follows:
1.
Check that all equipment is securely mounted, and that all cables are connected at
the appropriate points. The factory checklist is included.
2.
Check that the 8 way modules and (if required) the 16 Zone LED Displays are fitted
and connected correctly. (See Sections 2.3.2, 4.2 and 5.11).
3.
Check that any additional overcurrent protection device is fitted as per Chapter 4.
Note that batteries are not yet connected.
4.
Check that links Lk2-4 on the MAF are fitted (unless Anc3, clean contacts is being
used), and module relay supervision links are fitted in the S position for relays which
require supervision.
5.
Check that the field wiring of AZC and relays is as per the "As Built" wiring diagrams
and corresponds to the configuration of modules and links.
The "MAINS ISOLATE SWITCH" is located at the top right hand side of the cabinet rear, to
the left of the mains transformer, behind the inner display door. This controls the mains
power to the FIP, charger and power supply, and should be left on once the FIP is
operational.
NOTE: The Battery is not disconnected by the "MAINS ISOLATE SWITCH".
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POWER UP
To place the F3200 FIP into operation, perform the following steps:
STEP 1
Ensure that the Mains Isolate Switch is OFF.
STEP 2
Ensure that 240 VAC is connected to the panel from the mains distribution
switchboard.
STEP 3
Ensure that LK7 on the controller is set to the DATABASE WRITE PROTECT
position before powering on the panel. If an E2INIT is required before
programming, fit Minijump SW1. (Refer to the Programming Manual).
Turn the Mains Isolate Switch ON.
STEP 4
Check that the buzzer sounds and all LEDs on the Operator Display panel
flash for 2 seconds (except Mains On).
STEP 5
Check that the green "MAINS ON" LED indicator is on.
The Controller performs tests on its memory, electronics, and the LCD.
STEP 6
Check that the LCD has good visibility. The LCD displays the FIP PCB
configuration before showing the Base Display.
STEP 7
If doing an E2INIT, set LK7 to the DATABASE WRITE position, remove
minijump SW1 and press "ACK" to complete the sequence.
STEP 8
Install and connect the batteries.
Take care not to short the battery leads or connect in reverse polarity when
connecting.
STEP 9
If required, complete programming as per the Programming Manual and then
fit Lk7 on the Controller to the DATABASE PROTECT position.
STEP 10
Perform a Battery Test.
If this fails check the battery connections, leave for 24 hours and then
retest.
STEP 11
Perform a System Test (de-isolate all zones first), and a test of the External
Bell and Warning System (if fitted).
A full commissioning test should be carried out as per AS1670.1.
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COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
The following checklist should have been completed and supplied by the manufacturer. It
should be placed with other System Configuration Information. Commissioning staff should
check the installed FIP against it. (Note that all pcbs are electronically tested and adjusted
before being fitted to the FIP).
1.
CABINET & GENERAL
A)
Cabinet colour - Standard Cream Wrinkle (BFF 998 CW)
- Other: ____________________________________
B)
Cabinet undamaged (Paint OK)
C)
Door aligned correctly
D)
Window undamaged and fitted correctly
E)
MCP fitted and undamaged
F)
Cabinet Door locks firmly, operates microswitch
G)
Lock - 003 Type & two keys supplied
H)
Door seals fitted to top and sides
I)
Display Keypad and 4U door fitted & aligned correctly
J)
Cardframe fitted, card fits frame correctly ..(FP0551 only)
K)
Standoffs fitted to cabinet rear (none missing)
L)
Operator Manual and battery leads included
M)
Manufacturer’s label completed, fitted
2.
PCBS & WIRING
A)
MAF/PSU Fitted securely on standoffs
B)
Controller/Display fitted securely
C)
8ZM fitted securely, earth screw fitted
D)
FRC Looms fitted correctly
E)
MCP & door switch wires fitted to J6 of MAF/PSU, secured
F)
Earth wire fitted to display door
G)
All 3 modules earth to cabinet metal
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3.
POWER SUPPLY
A)
Mains Wired correctly, MOV, cap fitted
B)
"Mains Isolate Switch" and "NAE" label fitted
C)
Mains Earth wired to stud, good contact
D)
Mains Switch neon off/on for switch off/on
E)
MAF/PSU Mains On LED on, Fuse Blown LED off
F)
VRECT at DC IN tab 40-42Vdc
G)
Charger Voltage 27.25-27.4V warm, 27.5-27.75V cold
4.
OPERATION
A)
LEDs flash, aligned with windows, "MAINS ON" LED on
B)
Buzzer pulses with microswitch operated, Lk7 in Write
C)
Controller LK7 in "Protect" position
D)
LCD contrast correct for front view
E)
De-isolate zones, system test pass on all (8) circuits
F)
FIP MCP Programmed to Zone 1; Other: ___________ OK
G)
"ALM" LED flashes & buzzer pulses for MCP operation
H)
Acknowledge silences buzzer, Zone Resets
I)
Controller Lk2 fitted (not in Service mode)
SERIAL NUMBER
DATE : ……….............
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SIGNATURE : ……………….......................
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ERROR MESSAGES FOR STARTUP
Listed below are some error messages that can appear on the LCD during installation.
Refer also to Section 6.16 System Faults in the Operator Manual LT0250.
Error messages that can occur on startup or exit from program mode
"Shift reg clocking fault"
"Invalid # shift regs.Total # regs=xxx # input regs=xxx"
These messages indicate a hardware fault with the shift register bus that connects the
Controller, MAF/PSU, 8 Zone, and 8 Relay modules. The fault could be on the Controller,
the interconnecting FRCs or any of the connected boards. Try connecting just the MAF/PSU
on its own and with different cables to isolate the problem.
"Shift reg driver fault"
This message indicates a problem with the software driver for the shift register bus.
"Clock crystal timebase check fail"
This message indicates a hardware fault on the Controller.
"Clock chip ram write read fail"
"Clock register write read fail"
"Clock startup fault"
These messages indicate a hardware fault on the Controller.
"Eprom CRC fail"
This message indicates the checksum of the software program code is incorrect. This can be
caused by a damaged EPROM or some other hardware fault on the Controller.
Error messages that can occur on entry to program mode
"This database is invalid and should be reinitialised-net dbase in non net panel"
This message is produced on entry to program mode when a database created with
networked F3200 or NDU software is used with non-networked software. This is unusable
and the database should be re-initialised and reprogrammed.
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Appendix A
APPENDIX A1
COMPATIBLE ACTUATING DEVICES (DETECTORS)
The following detectors are compatible with the F3200 System. The maximum number of
detectors per circuit is indicated by the columns 4mA and IS, for Standard and Intrinsically
Safe applications. For IS application refer to Section 6.4.
DETECTORS CERTIFIED WITH F3200 FIP
TYPE
MD614A
MD614C
MF614
MR614
MR614T
MU614
T614A
T614B
T614C
T614D
MF301Ex
MR301Ex
MR301TEx
MS302Ex
S111
S121
S131
S231i+
S231i+
S231f+
S261f+
SU0600
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
DESCRIPTION
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
CO FIRE DETECTOR
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE B
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE D
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR (IS)
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR (IS)
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR (IS)
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR (IS)
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR AND ZAU401
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR AND ZAU401
INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR
15V MCP
BASE
M614
M614
M614
M614
M614
M614
M614
M614
M614
M614
M300
M300
M300
M300
-
MAX
NO.
4mA
40
40
40
40
40*1
40
40*2
40*2
40*2
40*2
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
5
5
40
40
IS
40
40
40
40
35
35
35
11
5
-
*1 For ambient temp < 30°C. Max Qty is 34 otherwise
2
* 47E resistor required between AZC+ and detector +ve. See PBG0116.
Table I MINERVA/THORN Detectors
DETECTORS CERTIFIED WITH F3200 FIP
TYPE
DCA-B-60R
DCA-B-90R
DCD-A
DCD-C
DFE-60B
DFE-90D
DFJ-60B
DFJ-90D
SIJ-ASN
SLR-AS
SIF-AM
SIH-AM
SLK-A
SLG-AM
HF-24A
DESCRIPTION
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A WITH YBO – R/4A BASE
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C WITH YBO – R/4A BASE
(DFB-60B) HEAT DETECTOR TYPE B
(DFB-90B) HEAT DETECTOR TYPE D
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE B WITH YBO – R/4A BASE
HEAT DETECTOR TYPE D WITH YBO – R/4A BASE
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR WITH YBO – R/4A BASE
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR WITH YBO – R/4A BASE
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR
WITH YBC-RL/4AH4, YBF-RL/4AH4 OR YBF-RL/4AH4M BASES
MAX
NO.
4mA
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
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DETECTORS CERTIFIED WITH F3200 FIP
TYPE
B111B
B21B
C23B
C23Bex
C24B
C29B
C29BEX
DL01191A
FW81B
P24B
P29B
P61B
P76B
P136
R23B
R24B
R24BEX
#
*&
*x
x
*
&
+x
T54B
+x#
T56B
x
V41B
V42B
V44B
ZAU401
+x#
+x#
+x#
DESCRIPTION
BASE
BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR (NOTE 7)
BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
Z23
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR (IS)
Z23
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
*1
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
*1
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR (IS)
Z94C
BEAM DETECTOR
HEAT DETECTOR CABLE FW68, FW105 (IS)
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
*1
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
*1
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR (REV J)
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR NONZ72
LATCHING
DUCT SAMPLING UNIT
INFRARED FLAME DETECTOR
DUAL SPECTRUM INFRARED FLAME
DETECTOR
DUAL SPECTRUM INFRARED FLAME
DETECTOR (IS)
PROBE TYPE E HEAT DETECTOR (IS OR
FLAMEPROOF)
HEAT DETECTOR TYPES A, B, C, D (IS WITH
*1
Z55, Z56N or Z500N BASE)
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR SLAVE
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR
SHORT CIRCUIT DEVICE
ZONE ADAPTOR UNIT
*1 = Z54, Z54 MK2, Z55B, Z56, Z500 BASES
MAX
NO.
4mA
40
1
40
40
40
40
40
1
1000m
40
36
40
10
IS
0
0
0
35
0
0
40
1000m
0
0
0
0
8
36
8
0
0
8
7
40
40
40
40
40
N/A
40
40
1
40
N/A
40
40
-
Table III
OLSEN Detector Range
DETECTORS CERTIFIED WITH F3200 FIP
TYPE
SERIES 60
SERIES 60
SERIES 60
MK VIII
MK VIII
MK5, MK6
*
*
*
DESCRIPTION
APOLLO HEAT DETECTOR TYPES A, B, C, D
APOLLO PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
APOLLO IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
ALL WITH 45681-200 BASES
FLAMEGUARD HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A
FLAMEGUARD HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C
INTERTEC HEAT DETECTOR TYPES A, B, C, D
(NOTE 9) DETECTOR HAS INTEGRAL LED & TERMINALS
MAX
NO.
4mA
40
40
40
22
11
22
Table IV
OTHER Detectors
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SIMPLEX RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Type A Heat Detector
Type B Heat Detector
Type D Heat Detector
Photoelectric Smoke Detector
Ionisation Smoke Detector
TYPE
4098-9618EA
4098-9619EA
4098-9621EA
4098-9601EA
4098-9603EA
MAX NUMBER
WITH EOL
40*2
40*2
40*2
40
40
Iq uA
100
100
100
100
100
*1 All with Simplex 4098-9788EA base.
2
* 47E resistor required between AZC+ and detector +ve. See PBG0116.
Table V
SIMPLEX Detectors
REMOTE INDICATORS (LEDS) WITH COMPATIBLE DETECTORS/BASES
REM
IND/
BASE
Z51
B
E500
9
Z52B
Z54B
Z54B
MK2
Z55B
Z56
Z500
Z91C
Z94C
9
9
9
9
9
E500
MK2
9
9
9
DET/REM IND
E500
C23B
9
R23B
9
9
R24B
9
9
P76B
9
9
MUB
9
E500 MK2
Table VI
Tyco Detector/Base & Remote LED Range
The E500 remote indicators are designed to operate across typically 5V.
E500
R = 180Ω, VF LED = 2.2V typical
E500 Mk2
R = 1.2kΩ, VF LED = 1.75V typical
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ACTUATING DEVICE COMPATIBILITY
NOTES
1)
The maximum number of detectors per AZC allowed by the standard is 40.
2)
Those detectors shown in brackets are old models and have the same characteristics
as the current models.
3)
Detectors indicated by a "x" may be used in INTRINSICALLY SAFE AREAS in
conjunction with approved and compatible, intrinsically safe adaptors. The number
allowed in a particular circuit may be less than the maximum shown. See Section
6.4.
V41/42/44B detectors have flameproof enclosures.
4)
Detectors indicated by a "+", which are used in HOSTILE CLIMATIC
ENVIRONMENTS, may be directly connected to the panel, if they are not required to
be intrinsically safe.
5)
Detectors indicated by a "*", are not current models and should not be used for new
installations.
6)
Detectors indicated by an "&", normally use an incandescent lamp which will have a
low intensity when used in mode 1.
The lamp can be replaced with an LED kit.
7)
The B111B beam and V41B/V42B/V44B flame detectors require power from the
fused +24 VDC supply.
8)
Hard Contact devices are indicated by a "#". Where an AZC has only hard contact
detectors the circuit resistance may be up to 150 Ohms maximum to guarantee
voltage band B1 operation.
9)
There is a 12V version of Flameguard which may be used by adding a Zener diode.
The Intertec detectors require a series diode to be fitted for compatibility. Both of
these are detailed in Product Bulletin PBF0080.
10)
The Olsen FW81B code for fire wire has been replaced by FW followed by the
temperature rating in °C, e.g. FW68, FW105. Only FW68 is currently approved and
listed.
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APPENDIX A2
PROGRAMMING FOR DETECTOR TYPE
1.
GENERAL
The default programming (i.e. by E2-INIT) for AZCs (circuits) and zones is:
Circuits
┌──────────┬────────────┬───────────┬─────────────────┬───────────────┐
│ Alarm
│ Mode
│ Delay
│ Voltage Band
│ Voltage Band │
│ Text
│
│ (Type)
│ B1 (0-3V)
│ B3 (13-17.5V) │
├──────────┼────────────┼───────────┼─────────────────┼───────────────┤
│ 1 Smoke │ 1 Standard │1 Standard │ 1 Instant Alarm │1 Instant Alarm│
└──────────┴────────────┴───────────┴─────────────────┴───────────────┘
Zones
Latch/
NonLatch
Latch
Mapped/Not
to MAF
Mapped/Not
to Anc 1
Mapped/Not To
Warning System
Mapped/Not
To Ext Bell
LED Map
(Zone n)
Mapped
Mapped
Mapped
Mapped
LED n
The default "circuit" programming suits most of the common "electronic" (as opposed to
"hard contact") smoke detectors and hard contact detectors in electronic bases, where these
are not used with external (remote) LED indicators.
Where other types of detector are used, or detectors are used to switch remote LED
indicators directly so that the alarm voltage is out of the B2 range (approx. 3V-13V), the
circuit will have to be programmed accordingly. In some cases constraints are also applied
to zone programming. For example, where a non-latching detector (e.g. Olsen P76B) is
used for air duct sampling, then as well as programming the circuit for the appropriate RAD
or SAD time delay sequence, the zone should be programmed as non-latching.
2.
ALARM TEXT
Choose the appropriate text for each detector type e.g. smoke (default) for smoke detectors,
heat for thermal detectors, etc. There is provision for creating new names if the standard
ones are not sufficient.
The Instant Alarm text may also be changed if required (default is manual).
3.
MODE
Mode 1 (standard) suits most detectors where remote LEDs are not used.
High Current Detectors
The following detectors require the F3200 circuit to be programmed into high current mode
(mode 2) to give sufficient LED (lamp) illumination current.
Olsen C23B, C23BEx, R23B, R24B (and Ex where applicable), Flameguard, Intertec, Apollo
Series 60.
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Remote LEDs
Where remote LEDs are used, mode 2 may have to be selected to give sufficient current for
illumination, depending on the particular LED kit used.
Where mode 2 is selected, some detectors require voltage band B3 to be programmed as
Alarm. See tables I-V.
4.
DELAY TYPE
Delay types 2 and 3 with a delay out of alarm (Delay 2 greater than 0) require a non-latching
detector (e.g. Olsen P76B).
5.
VOLTAGE BANDS
The following tables I-V show the expected alarm voltage band for each type of detector in
Mode 1 (standard) and Mode 2 (high current). A “-“ means there is no need to use Mode 2
(and it should not be used).
Where a value other than B2 is shown (e.g. B1 or B3), then that voltage band must be
programmed as Alarm, as well as B2.
Hard Contact Detectors
Hard contact detectors that are not fitted to an electronic base may also be connected
directly across the circuit. Program the detector type as appropriate (e.g. heat, flowswitch)
and voltage band B1 as Alarm (detector operated).
If detectors and MCPs are to be used on the same circuit, with differentiation between them
(e.g. for AVF), then it is necessary to use 15V MCPs and program B3 = Instant Alarm. This
means that 15V MCPs cannot be used on the same circuit as any detector that requires B3
= Alarm.
╔════════════════════════════════════════════════════╤═════════════════╗
║
DETECTORS COMPATIBLE WITH F3200 FIP
│ VOLTAGE BANDS
║
║
│ FOR MODES 1 & 2 ║
╟─────────┬──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┬────────╢
║ TYPE
│
DESCRIPTION
│ MODE 1 │ MODE 2 ║
╠═════════╪══════════════════════════════════════════╪════════╪════════╣
║ DCD-A
│(DCA-B-60R & DCC-A) HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A │ B2
│ B3
║
╟─────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ DCD-C
│(DCA-B-90R & DCC-C) HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C │ B2
│ B3
║
╟─────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ DFJ-60B │(DFB-60B & DFE-60B) HEAT DETECTOR TYPE B │ B2
│ B3
║
╟─────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ DFJ-90D │(DFB-90D & DFE-90D) HEAT DETECTOR TYPE D │ B2
│ B3
║
╟─────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ SIJ-ASN │(SIF-A & SIH-AM) IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR│ B2
│ B3
║
╟─────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ SLR-AS │(SLK-A & SLG-AM) PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE
│ B2
│ B3
║
║
│ DETECTOR
│
│
║
╟─────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ HF-24A │ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR
│ B2
│ B3
║
╚═════════╧══════════════════════════════════════════╧════════╧════════╝
Table I
HOCHIKI Detector Range
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DETECTORS COMPATIBLE WITH F3200 FIP
│VOLTAGE BAND ║
║
│FOR MODES 1&2 ║
╟─────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┬──────╢
║ TYPE
│DESCRIPTION
│MODE 1 │MODE 2║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MD614A
│HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MD614C
│HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MF614
│IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MR614
│PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MR614T
│HIGH PERFORMANCE OPTICAL SMOKE DETECTOR │
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MU614
│CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ T614A
│HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ T614B
│HEAT DETECTOR TYPE B
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ T614C
│HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ T614D
│HEAT DETECTOR TYPE D
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MS302Ex
│INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ S111
│INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTORS (IS)
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ S121
│INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTORS (IS)
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ S131
│INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTORS (IS)
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ S231i+/f+ │INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR(IS)(Refer 6.6.1)│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ S261f+
│INFRA-RED FLAME DETECTOR
│
B1 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MF301Ex
│IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MR301Ex
│PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ MR301TEx
│HIGH PERFORMANCE OPTICAL SMOKE DETECTOR │
B2 │
- ║
╚═════════════╧═════════════════════════════════════════╧═══════╧══════╝
Table II
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DETECTORS COMPATIBLE WITH F3200 FIP
│VOLTAGE BAND ║
║
│FOR MODES 1&2 ║
╟─────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┬──────╢
║ TYPE
│DESCRIPTION
│MODE 1 │MODE 2║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ 4098-9618EA │HEAT DETECTOR – TYPE A
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ 4098-9619EA │HEAT DETECTOR – TYPE B
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ 4098-9621EA │HEAT DETECTOR – TYPE D
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ 4098-9603EA │IONISATION DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╟─────────────┼─────────────────────────────────────────┼───────┼──────╢
║ 4098-9601EA │PHOTOELECTRIC DETECTOR
│
B2 │
- ║
╚═════════════╧═════════════════════════════════════════╧═══════╧══════╝
Table III
Simplex Detectors
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│VOLTAGE BANDS ║
║
(SSL # 336)
│FOR MODES 1 & 2║
╟─────────────┬────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┬──────╢
║ TYPE
│
DESCRIPTION
│ MODE 1 │MODE 2║
╠═════════════╪════════════════════════════════════════╪════════╪══════╣
║ B111B
│
BEAM TYPE SMOKE DETECTOR
SEE NOTE 1│ B1
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ B21B
│
BEAM TYPE SMOKE DETECTOR
│ B3
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ C23B
│
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR SEE NOTE 3│ B2 * │ B3
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ C23BEx
│
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR SEE NOTE 3│ B2 * │ B3
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ C24B
│
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
│ B2
│ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ C29B
│
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
│ B2
│ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ C29BEX
│
IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR (IS)
│ B2 * │ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ DLO1191A
│
BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR
│ B3
│ B3
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ FW81B
│
HEAT DETECTOR CABLE FW68, FW105 (IS) │ B1, B2 │ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ P24B
│
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
│ B2
│ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ P29B
│
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
│ B2
│ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ P61B
│
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR (REV J) │ B2
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ P76B
│
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR (NOTE 2)│ B3
│ B3
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ P136
│
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR (NOTE 2)│ B2
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ R23B
│
INFRARED FLAME DETECTOR
│ B2 * │ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ R24B
│
DUAL SPECTRUM INFRARED FLAME DETECTOR│ B2 * │ B3
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ R24BEX
│
DUAL SPECTRUM INFRARED FLAME DETECTOR│
│
║
║
│
(IS)
│ B2 * │ B3
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ T54B
│
PROBE TYPE E HEAT DETECTOR
│
│
║
║
│
(IS OR FLAMEPROOF)
│ B1
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ T56B
│
HEAT DETECTOR TYPES A, B, C, D
│
│
║
║
│
(IS WITH Z55 BASE)
SEE NOTE 1│ B2
│ B2
║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ V41B
│
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR
│
│
║
║
│
SEE NOTE 1│ B1
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ V42B
│
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR SLAVE
│ │ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ V44B
│
ULTRAVIOLET FLAME DETECTOR
│
│
║
║
│
SEE NOTE 1│ B1
│ ║
╟─────────────┼────────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼──────╢
║ SU0600
│
15V MCP
│ B3
│ B3
║
╟─────────────┴────────────────────────────────────────┴────────┴──────╢
║
DETECTORS WITH BASES AS APPLICABLE
║
╚══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
Table IV
Tyco Detector Range
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║
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│ VOLTAGE BANDS
║
║
(SSL # 336)
│ FOR MODES 1 & 2 ║
╟─────────────┬──────────────────────────────────────┼────────┬────────╢
║ TYPE
│DESCRIPTION
│ MODE 1 │ MODE 2 ║
╠═════════════╪══════════════════════════════════════╪════════╪════════╣
║ SERIES 60 │APOLLO HEAT DETECTOR TYPES A, B, C, D │
B2 * │
B3
║
╟─────────────┼──────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ SERIES 60 │APOLLO PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
│
B2 * │
B3
║
╟─────────────┼──────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ SERIES 60 │APOLLO IONISATION SMOKE DETECTOR
│
B2 * │
B3
║
╠═════════════╧══════════════════════════════════════╧════════╧════════╣
║
ALL WITH 45681-200 BASES
║
╠═════════════╤══════════════════════════════════════╤════════╤════════╣
║ MKVIII
│FLAMEGUARD HEAT DETECTOR TYPE A, 24V │
- * │
B3
║
╟─────────────┼──────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ MKVIII
│FLAMEGUARD HEAT DETECTOR TYPE C, 24V │
- * │
B3
║
╠═════════════╪══════════════════════════════════════╪════════╪════════╣
║ MK5, MK6
│INTERTEC HEAT DETECTOR TYPES A,B,C,D │
B2 * │
B2
║
╟─────────────┼──────────────────────────────────────┼────────┼────────╢
║ ZAU401
│ZONE ADAPTOR UNIT (REV 2)
│
B2
│
B2
║
╚═════════════╧══════════════════════════════════════╧════════╧════════╝
Table V
Other Detectors
Notes
1.
Hard contact devices without "electronic" bases give voltage band B1 unless a 6V8
zener diode is wired in series with the contacts which gives B2 alarm.
2.
The P76B requires band B3 to be programmed as Alarm (detector operated) though
typical operation for both modes 1 and 2 will give B2 voltage (just less than 12V).
For non-latching operation the zone must be programmed as non-latching.
3.
The C23B and C23BEx (old types of detectors) may have a nominal 6V/30mA bulb in
them which require Mode 2 for illumination. The bulbs may have been replaced with
LEDs. Although the bulb would typically give B2 operation, it is safest to program B3
as Alarm. The R23B with an LED needs only B2 in Mode 2. (Note that the
incandescent lamps do not meet the SSL005 Standard).
4.
Detectors shown with an "*" need to be programmed for Mode 2 to give sufficient
lamp illumination. The Flameguard detectors require Mode 2 for latching and require
an extra resistor (270E, 5W) to be switched in from +VBF to the AZC+ terminal for
LED illumination. If relay n is used to boost AZCm, the logic for the relay is Rn =
ZmA.^ZmR.
5.
For IS applications refer to Section 6.4.
WARNING
Detectors which require voltage band B3 to be programmed as Alarm (detector
operated) cannot have an MCP with a 15V Zener Diode (e.g. SU0600) connected to
the same circuit.
Page A-10
30 June 2004
Issue 1.04
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