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1 CF3000 Addressable Fire Detection System

2 Introduction Introduction History JSB and Menvier Acquired by Cooper Industries ~1999 / 2000 Analogue Addressable CF3000 range Started development approx 2004 Rationalisation of the legacy technology into one new platform To develop an entire single-manufacturer range Includes CF3000, DF6000, FX6000 Fire Detection Voice Evacuation, Emergency Voice Communication Systems

3 Introduction Introduction Agenda Introduction Concept of Operation Control Panels Addressable Devices Networking Operation, Commissioning and Fault Finding

4 Introduction Introduction Range CF3000: –1 – 4 loops per panel –200 devices per loop –504 loops max per 126 panel network CF1100/1200: –1 – 2 loops per panel –200 devices per loop –252 loops max per 126 panel network 1-4LP: CF3000 / DF6000 / FX6000 1LP: CF1100 / DF6100 / FX6100 2LP: CF1200 / DF6200 / FX6200

5 Introduction Introduction Key Features UL and EN54 Certification 1, 2 or 4 loops per panel 200 addresses per loop –Max 512 detection devices per panel for EN54 –Recommended 150 devices per loop for practical application Software Allocated Addressing –Optional hard addressing via CF800PROG Network up to 126 panels –(504 or 252 max) 96 Zone LED indication – 250 Zones per panel in configuration software

6 Introduction Introduction System Schematic

7 Concept of Operation Autolearn –Complete interrogation and reallocation of loop devices, addresses and config –Soft Address: in loop order, spurs first then ongoing loop –Hard Address: pre-programmed with CF800PROG Replace Device –Direct replacement of an existing device on an operational system Delete Device –Removing an existing device from an operational system Add Device –Adding a new device to an operational system Check Auto Config –Loop connectivity check –Loop status interrogation and fault reporting Intermittent Fault Search –Reduces fault tolerance to identify any corrupted/intermittent devices

8 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Autolearn –Complete interrogation and reallocation of loop devices, addresses and config –Start with loop return disconnnected

9 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 001Panel>>>>All isolators O/C

10 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 002Panel>>>>Request device type 001Panel>>>>All isolators O/C

11 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 003Device>>>Device type = Sounder 002Panel>>>>Request device type 001Panel>>>>All isolators O/C

12 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 004Panel>>>>Request device status 003Device>>>Device type = Sounder 002Panel>>>>Request device type 001Panel>>>>All isolators O/C

13 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 005Device>>>Status = OK 004Panel>>>>Request device status 003Device>>>Device type = Sounder 002Panel>>>>Request device type 001Panel>>>>All isolators O/C

14 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 006Panel>>>>Request device address 005Device>>>Status = OK 004Panel>>>>Request device status 003Device>>>Device type = Sounder 002Panel>>>>Request device type 001Panel>>>>All isolators O/C

15 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 007Device>>>Address = 254??? 006Panel>>>>Request device address 005Device>>>Status = OK 004Panel>>>>Request device status 003Device>>>Device type = Sounder 002Panel>>>>Request device type

16 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 008Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = Panel>>>>Request device address 005Device>>>Status = OK 004Panel>>>>Request device status 003Device>>>Device type = Sounder 1

17 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 009Panel>>>>Close isolator 008Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = Panel>>>>Request device address 005Device>>>Status = OK 004Panel>>>>Request device status 1

18 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 010Panel>>>>Request device type 009Panel>>>>Close isolator 008Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = Panel>>>>Request device address 005Device>>>Status = OK 1

19 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 011Device>>>Device type = Optical Detector 010Panel>>>>Request device type 009Panel>>>>Close isolator 008Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = Panel>>>>Request device address 1

20 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 012Panel>>>>Request device status 011Device>>>Device type = Optical Detector 010Panel>>>>Request device type 009Panel>>>>Close isolator 008Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = 254 1

21 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 013Device>>>Status = OK, Analogue value = 20??? 012Panel>>>>Request device status 011Device>>>Device type = Optical Detector 010Panel>>>>Request device type 009Panel>>>>Close isolator 008Panel>>>>New address = 001 1

22 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 014Panel>>>>Request device address 013Device>>>Status = OK 012Panel>>>>Request device status 011Device>>>Device type = Optical Detector 010Panel>>>>Request device type 009Panel>>>>Close isolator 1

23 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 015Device>>>Address = 254??? 014Panel>>>>Request device address 013Device>>>Status = OK 012Panel>>>>Request device status 011Device>>>Device type = Optical Detector 010Panel>>>>Request device type 1

24 Concept of Operation 016Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = Panel>>>>Request device address 013Device>>>Status = OK 012Panel>>>>Request device status 011Device>>>Device type = Optical Detector 1 2

25 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation 017Panel>>>>Close isolator 016Panel>>>>New address = Device>>>Address = Panel>>>>Request device address 013Device>>>Status = OK 012Panel>>>>Request device status 1 2

26 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Repeated for next device, 1 2 3

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31 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Etc, until all devices identified ,10 5,6 2

32 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Re-connect loop return cable ,10 5,6 2

33 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Autolearn with Spur Circuits –when spur isolators are encountered on the loop, the spur circuit is addressed first, then the loop addressing is continued ,6

34 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Autolearn with Spur Circuits –Spur isolators have no address or communications capability , ,1314

35 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Autolearn with Spur Circuits –The last device must have an address, ie, it cannot be a spur isolator , , ,17

36 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Replace Device –Direct replacement of an existing device on an operational system –Replacement with the same device type only –ONE by ONE OLD NEW

37 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Replace Device –Physically replace the device with a new one (default address 254) OLD NEW

38 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Replace Device –Then select Replace Device option at Control Panel –Replacement device is identified and address reallocated –Discard old device OLD NEW DISCARD

39 Concept of Operation Add Device –Add a new device to an operational system –ONE by ONE NEW

40 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Add Device –Physically add the new device (default address 254) –Then select Add Device option at panel –New device identified and the lowest unused address allocated NEW

41 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Add Device –Allocate the device to a zone –Enter the device description text –Allocate any relevant device settings NEW

42 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Delete Device –Removing an existing device from an operational system –ONE by ONE –Do not delete Loop 1 Device

43 Concept of Operation Concept of Operation Delete Device –Select Delete Device option at panel –Then physically remove device (address returned to default 254)

44 Standby Power Integrated Power Supply Unit Loop and Standby Calculator inbuilt in Site Installer software CF3000 –Standard Housing 24V 12Ah capacity –Deep Housing 24V 24Ah capacity CF1100/1200 –Standard Housing 24V 7Ah capacity Control Panels Control Panels

45 Optional Protective Cover Suitable for CF3000 Lockable clear cover Prevents unauthorised access Inbuilt SCROLL and MUTE BUZZER buttons May be retro-fitted at a later date Use with Screen Cover menu mode Control Panels Control Panels

46 Optional Integral Printer Suitable for CF3000 Lockable printer door Self loading Drop-In paper cradle Removable blanking plug for retro-fit Control Panels Control Panels

47 Circuit Connections CF3000 Control Panels Control Panels 12V 24V

48 Circuit Connections CF1100 / CF1200 Control Panels Control Panels 12V START LOOP END LOOP

49 False Alarm Reduction: Alarm Investigation Delay T1/T2 timers –User acknowledgment of alarm condition –Allows a further investigation time 1: Acknowledgement Delay –3 minutes max –All outputs or FRE only are delayed 2: Investigation Delay –10 minutes max –Full activation at end of delay –Activates according to programmed settings Control Panels

50 False Alarm Reduction: Alarm Verification Delay Filter out transient alarms –Reduces disruption from nuisance alarms –Select zones as required 1: Verification Stage –EN: 15 or 30 seconds verification delay –UL: 60 seconds verification delay 2: Full Alarm –Full activation if smoke remains at end of delay –Activates according to programmed settings Control Panels

51 False Alarm Reduction: HMO Mode Housing in Multiple Occupation –Reduces disruption from nuisance alarms –Compliant with BS5839 Pt 6 1: Verification Stage –Indication at Control Panel and Zonal sounders –1 – 5 minutes time delay –Auto Reset if smoke clears within delay 2: Full Alarm –Full activation if smoke remains at end of delay –Activates according to programmed settings Control Panels

52 False Alarm Reduction: Day Night Mode Reduced Sensitivity in DAY period –Optical Smoke: No change –Opto-Thermal: Smoke off, heat only –Heat: RofR > Hi Fixed, Hi Fixed > RofR, Med Fixed > no change Configuration –Select device DAY/NIGHT setting with PC –Trigger from Input Module set to DAY/NIGHT –Operates over loop pairs 1-2, 3-4 Control Panels

53 Repeater Panels Repeater Panels Range CF3000 PRG: –LCD Loop repeater CF3000 PRGNC: –LCD Network repeater CTPR3000: –Touch Screen Network repeater

54 Repeater Panels Repeater Panels Repeater Connection Schematic ~ TOUCH SCREEN NETWORK REPEATER NC ~ ~ COOPER FIRE NETWORK CF3000 LCD NETWORK REPEATER ~ ADDRESSABLE LOOP CIRCUIT LCD LOOP REPEATER NC

55 Standard Repeater Panel Loop: stores and displays text only for its own panel Network: automatically receives text for entire system (/NC) LCD display Passive or Active: –Silence, Evacuate and Reset controls LOOP: CF3000PRG / DF6000PR / FX6000PR NETWORK: CF3000PRGNC / DF6000PRNC / FX6000PRNC Repeater Panels

56 Touch Screen Repeater Panel Network: automatically receives text for entire system Touch screen display Passive or Active: –Silence, Evacuate and Reset controls Programmable Input: –Fire, pre-alarm, fault, silence, reset, evacuate –Custom Text CTPR3000 Repeater Panels

57 Address Allocation Software Allocated Addressing –By control panel –AUTOLEARN Hardware Allocated Addressing –By CF800PROG handheld programmer –PRE ADDRESSED AUTOLEARN –Programmer will also interrogate analogue value Addressable Devices

58 Loop Loading 60 Sounder Outputs + 60 I/O modules = 120 Outputs per loop maximum 200 addresses per loop inc Input and Output devices Addressable Devices 60 x Sdr, MCOM-S, 20 x 3IO, MCIM, MCIN-NF, MCIM-(input), MCOM, MCOM-R, MIO324, MIO324S, CMIO1240, CSC x ZMU, MIU 6 x MIO324T = 20 x 3/10 = 60 x Sdr Lo

59 Automatic Detection CAP320: Optical Smoke Detector –Optical scatter CAPT340: Multi Criteria Opto-Thermal Smoke Detector –Thermally enhanced optical scatter –Rate of rise - (A1S characteristic 60 o C) CAH330: Multi-mode Heat Detector –Rate of rise - (A1R characteristic 60 o C) –Med Fixed temp - (BS medium characteristic 77 o C) –Low Fixed temp - (CS high temperature characteristic 92 o C) All Devices –Inbuilt S/C isolator –Software or hardware allocated addressing –LED 360 o viewing angle –Optical chamber monitoring and drift compensation Addressable Devices OPT SM: CAP320 / MAP820 / FXN723 OPT TH SM: CAPT340 / MAOH850 / FXN722 HT: CAH330 / MAH830 / FXN725 BASE: CAB300 / MAB800 / FXN720

60 Optical Smoke Detector Optical scatter smoke detection –Analogue threshold compensation –Pre Alarm warning –Analogue value available for analysis Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Remote LED capability Loop Loading –200 max –Subject to Loop Calculation CAP320 / MAP820 / FXN723 Addressable Devices

61 Multi Criteria Opto-Thermal Smoke Detector Thermally enhanced optical scatter smoke detection –Analogue threshold compensation –Pre Alarm warning –Analogue value available for analysis –Also independently Rate of rise - (A1S characteristic 60 o C) Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Remote LED capability Day/Night mode Loop Loading –200 max –Subject to Loop Calculation CAPT340 / MAOH850 / FXN722 Addressable Devices

62 Multi Function Heat Detector Thermistor based heat Detection –Rate of Rise 60 o C : A1R –Med Fixed 77 o C: BS –High Fixed 92 o C: CS Panel control of sensitivity Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Remote LED capability Day/Night mode Loop Loading –200 max –Subject to Loop Calculation CAH330 / MAH830 / FXN725 Addressable Devices

63 Detector Base Shorting switch –gives loop continuity on detector removal Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Optional Locking Pin Keep cable tidy, no room for excess +VE -V OUT SCR INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING -V IN LED -V LOOP CONTINUITY SWITCH Addressable Devices

64 Detector Base Connections +VE -V OUT SCREEN INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING -V IN LED -V LOOP CONTINUITY SWITCH

65 Manual Call Point Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Optional weatherproof IP66 version Loop Loading –200 max –Subject to Loop Calculation INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING Addressable Devices MCP: CBG370S / MBG813 / FXN501 MCP WP: CBG370WP / MBG817 / FXN503

66 Manual Call Point Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Key operated testing Options –Surface / flush –Weatherproof IP66 Accessories –Replacement glass or Resettable Element –Hinged protective cover –Bezel Loop Loading –200 max –Subject to Loop Calculation MCP: CBG370S / MBG813 / FXN501 MCP WP: CBG370WP / MBG817 / FXN503 Addressable Devices

67 Manual Call Point Rear Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING Addressable Devices

68 Manual Call Point Connections INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING Addressable Devices

69 Loop powered wall-mount sounders / beacons 3 volume settings (controlled by panel) 3 alarm tones (controlled by panel) –Continuous 984Hz –Two Tone 644 / 1Hz cycle –Slow whoop Hz in 3.5 seconds / 0.5secs gap –All tones may be pulsed at 984 / 0Hz pulse 1Hz Options –Weatherproof IP65 Loop Loading –Low Volume exc beacon = 60 max –Subject to Loop Calculation; IMPORTANT SDR: CAS381 / MAS850LPS / FXN538LPS SDR BCN: CASB383 / MASB860 SDR WP: CAS381WP / MAS850LPSWP / FXN538LPSWP SDR BCN WP: CASB383WP / MASB860WP BCN: CAS382 / MAB870 / FXN338BCN Addressable Devices SettingSounderSounder / BeaconTolerance – Low87dB92 dB+/- 3dB – Medium93dB97 dB+/- 3dB – High100dB +/- 3dB

70 Sounder Rear Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Addressable Devices INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING

71 Addressable Devices Sounder Connections INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING

72 Loop powered base mounted sounders / beacons 3 volume settings (controlled by panel) 3 tones (controlled by panel) –Continuous 984Hz –Two Tone 644 / 1Hz cycle –Slow whoop Hz in 3.5 seconds / 0.5secs gap –All tones may be pulsed at 984 / 0Hz pulse 1Hz Options –Blanking Cover Loop Loading –Low Volume exc beacon = 60 max –Subject to Loop Calculation: IMPORTANT SDR: CAS380 / MAS850 / FXN538LBS SDR BCN: CASBB384 / MASB870 Addressable Devices SettingSounderSounder / BeaconTolerance – Low84dB77 dB+/- 3dB – Medium92dB89 dB+/- 3dB – High95dB90 dB+/- 3dB

73 Sounder Base Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG –Sounder addressed before detector Shorting switch –gives loop continuity on detector removal Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Keep cable tidy, no room for excess Addressable Devices + - OUT IN LOOP SCR INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING LED -V LOOP CONTINUITY SWITCH

74 Addressable Devices Sounder Base Connections + - OUT IN LOOP SCREEN INCOMING LOOP FEED CABLE OUTGOING LOOP LOAD CABLE NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT THE CABLE SCREEN TO AN EXTERNAL EARTH OR METAL BACKBOX, IT IS A THROUGH CONNECTION ONLY. TAPE BINDING LIVE END MARKING LED 0V LOOP CONTINUITY SWITCH

75 Miniature Interface Module Range Miniature Input Module –MCIMstandard 3CH I/O –MCIM-Cmcp –MCIM-NFnon-fire –MCIM-INPUTI/P Miniature Output Module –MCOMstandard –MCOM-Ssounder type –MCOM-Rpulse on reset Miniature Zone Monitor Module –MIU872standard Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Addressable Devices

76 Miniature Input Module 1 x monitored input Options –MCIM = Identified as 3 CH I/0 –MCIM-C = Identified as MCP –MCIM-NF = Non-fire I/P –MCIM-(input) = Identified as I/P Loop Loading –MCIM = 20 max –MCIM-C = 200 max –MCIM-NF = 20 max –MCIM-(input) = 200 max –Subject to Loop Calculation MCIM Addressable Devices

77 Miniature Input Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Will require a suitable housing Circuit Spec: –Fire = 5K6, EOL = 22K Addressable Devices

78 Miniature Output Module 1 x output –SPCO volt free contacts –30v DC 1A Options –MCOM = Standard Mini O/P Module –MCOM-S = Identified as Sounder device type, relay returns on RESET –MCOM-R = 5s pulse on RESET Max 20 O/P Modules per loop –MCOM = 20 max –MCOM-S = 60 max –MCOM-R = 20 max –Subject to Loop Calculation MCOM Addressable Devices

79 Miniature Output Module Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Will require a suitable housing Circuit Spec: –SPCO volt free contacts –30v DC 1A Addressable Devices

80 Miniature Zone Monitor Module 1 x zone of conventional detectors / Manual Call Points –FXN520 conventional base with schottky diode –Max 20 detectors, suggested 10 per unit to spread load –Standard response time Monitored Circuit Loop Loading –30 max –Subject to Loop Calculation MIU872 Addressable Devices

81 Miniature Zone Monitor Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Will require a suitable housing Circuit Spec: –Fire = 680, EOL = EOLM-1 active module Addressable Devices

82 Double Gang Interface Module Range Spur Isolator Module –MSI850standard Shop Unit Monitor Module –MSU840standard Zone Monitor Module –MIU871standard Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Addressable Devices

83 Spur Isolator Module Interface a spur of addressable devices to the Loop –1 zone of devices max Inbuilt S/C isolator Allows connection of a radial circuit to the loop Does not take an address Good engineering practice to limit quantity CSI350 / MSI850 / FXN513 Addressable Devices

84 Spur Isolator Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Double Gang housing No End of Line device required Max 1 zone of protection Addressable Devices

85 Shop Unit Monitor Module 1 x zone of conventional detectors / Manual call points –FXN520 conventional base with schottky diode –Max 20 detectors, suggested 10 per unit to spread load –Standard response time 1 x zone of conventional Manual Call Points –Fast response <3 seconds Monitored Circuits 2 x Conventional sounder circuits Loop Loading –20 max –Subject to Loop Calculation –Remotely 24V DC powered to reduce loop load CSUM355 / MSU840 / FXN516 Addressable Devices

86 Shop Unit Monitor Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Double Gang housing Circuit Monitoring –MCP Zone: Fire = 680, EOL = 6.8k –Det Zone: Fire = 680, EOL = EOLM-1 active module –Fire relay: SPCO, 30V 1A max –Sounders: 300mA per circuit, EOL = 12k –PSU Mon: EOL = 12k –PSU required: 24V DC 1A max Addressable Devices

87 Shop Unit Monitor Module Connections Addressable Devices

88 Zone Monitor Module 1 x zone of conventional detectors / Manual Call Points –FXN520 conventional base with schottky diode –Max 20 detectors, suggested 10 per unit to spread load –Standard response time 1 x zone of conventional Manual Call Points –Fast response <3s. Monitored Circuits Loop Loading –30 max –Subject to Loop Calculation CZMU352 / MIU871 / FXN512 Addressable Devices

89 Zone Monitor Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Double Gang housing Circuit Spec: –MCP Zone: Fire = 680, EOL = 12k –Det Zone: Fire = 680, EOL = EOLM-1 active module Addressable Devices

90 Zone Monitor Module Connections Addressable Devices

91 Large Interface Module Range 3 Channel Input / Output Module –MIO324standard –MIO324Srelay returns on silence –MIO324TIndepent Input & Output operation, 3 addresses Mains Rated Input / Output Module –MIO1240standard 4 Channel Sounder Controller Module –MPU424standard Inbuilt S/C Isolator –Software allocated addressing by panel –Hardware allocated addressing by CF800PROG Addressable Devices

92 Large 3 Channel I/O Module 3 x output relay –Volt free contacts –30v DC 1A 3 x monitored input –Fire = 5K6 –EOL = 22K Options –MIO324 = Standard 3 Channel I/O –MIO324S = Relay returns on SILENCE command –MIO324T = Independent I/Ps & O/Ps, requires 3 addresses Loop Loading –MIO324 = 20 max –MIO324S = 20 max –MIO324T = 6 max (ie 20 x I/O) –Subject to Loop Calculation CIO351 / MIO324 / FXN510 Addressable Devices

93 Large 3 Channel I/O Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Surface housing Circuit Spec –Relays: SPCO, 30V 1A max –I/Ps: Fire = 5.6k, EOL = 22k Addressable Devices

94 Large 3 Channel I/O Module Connections Addressable Devices

95 Large Mains Rated I/O Module 1 x output relay –SPCO volt free contacts –230V AC 30V DC 8A Monitored input circuit Loop Loading –20 max –Subject to Loop Calculation CMIO353 / MIO1240 / FXN511 Addressable Devices

96 Large Mains Rated I/O Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Surface housing Circuit Spec –Relay: SPCO, 230V AC 8A max –Input: Fire = 5.6k, EOL = 22k Addressable Devices

97 Large Mains Rated I/O Module Connections Addressable Devices

98 Large 4 Channel Sounder Controller Module 4 x Conventional sounder circuits Programmable –Optional delay on circuit 1 –Separately programmable with Cause & Effect Inbuilt 24V DC PSU –2 x 12V 4Ah batteries Loop Loading –20 max –Subject to Loop Calculation –Remotely 230V AC powered to reduce loop load CSC354 / MPU424 / FXN515 Addressable Devices

99 Large 4 Channel Sounder Control Module Connections Cable Screen termination point –Continuity: Not EARTH connection Surface housing Circuit Monitoring –Fire relay: SPCO, 30V 1A max –Sounders: 400mA per circuit, EOL = 6K8 Addressable Devices

100 Large 4 Channel Sounder Control Module Connections Addressable Devices

101 Network Network Network Schematic Max 126 nodes –Control Panels –Network Repeaters –Network Modules Topology –Fire rated RS485 screened twisted pair, ie, Draka –1000m cable max ~ ~ ~ LON-FO NC ~ ~ EC200 FIBRE OPTIC LOCAL AREA NETWORK UP TO MAX 126 NETWORK NODES EXT 24V MODBUS OUTPUT TO BMS SYSTEM BACNET OUTPUT TO BMS SYSTEM ECO232 SITE MONITOR SYSTEM SITE GRAPHICS SYSTEM EC540 EC400 CFSFL01 CF3000 CW9000CTPR3000 CF1100/1200 CF3000 EC650 EC700 EXT 24V

102 Network Network Standard Network Connections Cable –Enhanced fire rated data cable, Max 1000m length –Draka core twisted pair with screen Screening –Connect screen to ground at one end only Termination –Resistor termination 102 (2 x 51 ) per card Radial Network –Remove resistors at all network cards except the two ends –102 at each end = 51 across network Ring Network –Remove resistors at all network cards except one –Link out 1 resistor leaving 51 across network EC540 Booster: –treat the network either side as separate networks Y X B A RIBBON CABLE TO CONTROL PANEL NETWORK CONNECTIONS A-X, B-Y TERMINATION RESISTORS OUT IN

103 Network Network Standard Network Setup At each control panel –Number of panels on network –Panel Address –E.g., Panel 1 of 4 Network Response (to commands received) –Silence –Reset –Evacuate –Fire –Fault –Pre Alarm Network Filter –Select Panels to respond to Programming –Each panel Config downloaded to master site file.

104 Operation Operation User Menus Touch option to select Example below:

105 Introduction Introduction Engineer Menus Intuitive operation Test, configuration and diagnostic

106 Operation Operation 1. Cable Testing Before device installation –Insulation and Continuity tester: 500V DC –Continuity resistance: positive, negative and screen conductors –Typically 12 per 1000m fof1.5mm 2 cable –Insulation resistance: pos-neg, neg-screen, pos-screen –All insulation readings must be greater than 20 M –Verify Mains Supply Earth connection After device installation –Low voltage Multi-Meter testing only –Continuity resistance: positive, negative and screen conductors –Typically 12 per 1000m for 1.5mm 2 cable –Negative continuity aprox 2.5K per device isolator being measured –Insulation resistance: positive-negative, negative-screen, positive-screen –All insulation readings must be greater than 1 M –Accuracy will be low, but will give a good indicative reading –Induced Voltages: positive-negative –All induced voltage readings must be less than 1V AC –Take Volt-Drop readings at Start and Finish

107 Operation Operation 2. Information required for commissioning Cable Readings –Insulation and Continuity As-Wired drawings –Devices and cable routes Device Data –Quantity and type per loop –Required settings and descriptions Configuration –Programming settings –Cause & Effect requirements

108 Operation Operation 3. Starting the Loops Ensure panel is fault free without any devices –Sounder circuit and other EOLS must be fitted. Auto-Learn updates the panel configuration –Save it to PC if required to avoid losing Text etc. Auto-Learn Loops –Connect Loop 1 circuit cables: outgoing end only –Auto-Learn and verify all devices identified correctly (ignore O/C fault) –Disconnect Loop circuit cables –Repeat with remaining loops temporarily in loop 1 connections –When all complete, reinstate cable to correct circuits and Auto-Learn complete system Final Checks –Reset System: ensure all faults are cleared –Check Auto Config: investigate any issues –Intermittent Fault Search: run for 30 minutes

109 Operation Operation 4. Configuring the System Verify Device Locations –Using the Test Device function verify all device locations as expected Heat Detectors –Default is Rate of Rise –Configure the detection settings using the panel menus PRIOR to PC upload Site Installer –Send CDR to PC, configure as required and return it to panel –Optionally, some configuration may be carried out at the panel display Commission System –Test all devices and all programmed operation

110 Operation Operation Fault Finding during Auto-Learn Will not identify all devices during Auto-Learn –Faulty base/device, connections or cable –At last device identified or the one immediately following Dual Address –Misc connection problems –Incorrect device type response –Continual resetting of system Random Fire Activations –Screen connected to earth / + / - in the field or with broken continuity –Verify Mains supply Earth integrity –Induced AC voltage –Contaminated devices or activated Manual Call Points –Incorrect configuration program Miscellaneous –Loop circuits reversed or swapped after configuration –Screen connected to earth in the field or with broken continuity –Interface module connection problems –Try splitting the loop and Auto-Learning one section at a time to locate unusual faults –Try Auto-Learning 1 temporary device to verify panel operation –Water leakage will often cause random fire activations

111 Thank you!


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