Presentation on theme: "Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Control Panels"— Presentation transcript:
1Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Control Panels From 1-4 loopsLPCB approval to EN54 2 & 4Fully compatible with all Apollo XP95 and Discovery devicesExtensive mode-change options by day/night and special group allocationsDay/Night delay of alarm and cause/effect outputs4 Inbuilt Software Delay Timers500mA output per loop with highly stable voltage platform, even under mains-failed conditions
2Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Control Panels Additional Discovery detector functionsPrint Drift Compensation level by loopPrint Device Date of ManufactureEnable/Disable LED pulsing modeAutomatic recognition of Apollo and Control Equipment outstationsUser friendly controls and a clear, unambiguous screenFully networkable with other Discovery and Voyager panelsComplies with EMC and LVD DirectivesWindows-based, full upload/download PC software package
3Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Control Panels New Phase 5 Software upgrade61 customer Led Enhancements Including:-Fast loop output response (3 seconds with BGU operationLatest Apollo devices supported including intelligent reflective beam, discovery CO detector, XP95 multisensor etcLocal cause / effect enhanced to 3 x capacityGeneral output disablement facilityConfigurable class change – pulse / continuousFull loop sounder synchronisation supported
4Discovery Panel Hardware Up to 14 fully functional repeater panels may be connected via RS485 cable.Up to way panel enhancement boards may be added.Two types are available:1) fully-programmable inputs and relay outputs2) fully-programmable inputs and alarm outputsFully programmable network comprising other Discovery and Voyager panels, graphics systems and network repeaters.Individual panels and Integra networks are programmable via Windows PC package.
5Mechanical AssemblyMotherboard and power supply located on a removable chassis to assist cabinet installation.Motherboard holds up to 4 loop cardsDisplay assembly located on the removable door.LPC approved high specification switch mode power supply.Zonal LEDs and optional printer are located on the display board.Space for internal 12Ah battery set.
6Fully Flush Cabinet (Illustrated) Cabinet OptionsSurface CabinetsCabinet colour reference is: RAL 7035 textured (Light Grey)All cabinets are manufactured from sheet steel and finished in satin texture epoxy powder stove paint.Semi-Flush CabinetsThe semi-flush bezel locates to the rear of the bevelled edge of the back box, leaving the bevelled edge and door raised out from the wall.It is finished in the same colour as the back box and is fitted by means of pinch bolts, thus avoiding the need to drill the cabinet.Fully Flush Cabinet (Illustrated)Custom-made to a high quality, full-flush bezels are available in brass, stainless steel, or painted.This option is achieved by fixing a flat bezel assembly to the standard back box, replacing the standard door. The panel comes with assembly already fitted but may be supplied for later on-site fitting (this may be a little time-consuming).For details of panel dimensionssee Application Guide.
7System LED indications are provided in addition to the LCD display. User ControlsThe backlit LCD display gives information of loop, device and zone number, device type and event condition, together with a user-definable text description.The text descriptions give the user clear, easy-to use functional controls.The engineer accesses panel configuration functions using the numerical designations. The menu structure on the LCD display guides the engineer through the different set-up facilities.System LED indications are provided in addition to the LCD display.
8LCD Display The device types which may be indicated are as follows: SOU - Loop sounder/sounder circuit controllerO/S - Input/Output deviceION - Ionisation smoke sensorMON - Monitor (zone monitor, control monitor)OPT - Optical smoke sensor HEAT - Heat sensorBGU - Call point or call point monitor
9System LED indications are provided in addition to the LCD display. Zone IndicationsThe Discovery panel is available with or without the slide in zone indication chartSystem LED indications are provided in addition to the LCD display.The printer slot and printer location studs are available for easy printer fitting
10Printer This good quality printer uses a reliable Epson mechanism. Hinged access to allow easy ribbon change.Engineer’s printer test button.Open access to feed paper through mechanism.Designed for easy replacement of the paper roll onto the carrier.This button advances the paper.
11RS485 comms from panel motherboard. A Way Relay BoardRS485 comms from panel motherboard.Engineer’s DIL switches to set board address, enable O/C or S/C inputs and disable inputs/outputs.8 inputs may be normally open or normally closed and will register as fire or non-fire on the panel as configured. Inputs are fully programmable via the panel or PC cause/effect.8 x 1Amp changeover relay outputs may be fully programmed via the panel or PC cause/effect programme.Engineer’s links to disable functions for set-up or maintenance purposes.24V DC power.
12A Way Alarm BoardEngineer’s DIL switches to set board address, disable inputs and outputs, test LEDs and test alarms.Engineer’s DIL switches to isolate alarm outputs individually.RS485 comms from panel motherboard.8 x 1Amp two-stage alarm outputs may be fully programmed via the panel or PC cause/effect.8 normally open inputs which will register as fire or non-fire on the panel as configured. Inputs are fully programmable via panel or PC cause/effect.Alarm Fault LEDs.Test alarms when switched to 0V.Engineer’s buzzer disable link for set-up or maintenance purposes.24V DC power.
13Extensive User’s Menu User Functions Time/Date DelayDelay Enable/DisableDay/Night ModesEnable Day/Night/Auto/OffEnable/DisableDevicesZonesPrinterSoundersViewView Event LogView Suppressed EventsTestPoint Walk TestAlarm Walk TestPrintClear Print QueuePrint Event LogPrint DisablementsUser functions to disable individual loop devices, a range of devices, full zones, the printer and sounders.User function to read the output delay and to enable or disable its operation.User function to select the DAY mode, NIGHT mode, AUTO mode via timer, or OFF (XP95 default settings).User function to operate one man device test and alarm audibility test.
14Overview of the Engineer’s Menu 1. PANEL SETUP1. LOOP SETUP1. Loop Configuration1. Loop Contents1. View Loop Contents2. Print Loop Contents1. Reconfigure Loop2. Device Sensitivity (XP95/Discovery)1. Fire2. Alert3. Discovery1. Print Drift2. Print Date3. LED4. Rapid Compensation2. Zone Allocation1. Edit Device Zones2. Print Device Zones3. View Device Zones3. Loop Cause Effect1. Device Group Allocation1. Edit Device Groups2. Print Device Groups3. View Device Groups2. Loop Output C/E3. Print Loop O/P C/E2. I/O SETUP1. Remote Evacuate Mode2. TEXT EDIT1. EDIT COMPANY NAME2. EDIT Device TEXT
15Windows-based PC Programming Windows-based PC programming package for panel set up, zones, text, local and network cause/effect, Discovery mode types, sensitivity levels and day/night timings.
16Discovery Mode-change Maps The discovery panel provides the engineer with the facility to set a mode sensitivity map for:Day use - for example, less sensitive in some process areas during working hoursNight use - for example, maximum sensitivity throughout entire building when not in useDefault - ignore day/night sensitivity maps, set to XP95 equivalentThe engineer may set up each device into a day map, and night map, and set the clock (week day or weekend options) to switch between them
17Discovery Mode-change Maps The end user may easily select between:Day mode - manually holds all devices in the Day mode settingNight Mode - Manually holds all devices in Night mode settingAutomatic - Day/Night mode determined by clockOff - To manually set all devices to default (XP95 equivalent)
18Discovery Temporary Mode Changes Loop outstation inputs may be configured to change Discovery Multi-sensor modes.Applications: -Loading Bays - As a lorry enters, smoke detection may be temporarily disabledTheatre Stages - Stage hand may operate key switch to de-activate smoke detection at performance timesHotel Function Rooms - Keyswitch at room entrance to disable smoke detection during special eventsSmoke Cloak Security - Multisensor smoke elements may be disabled when the smoke cloak is activated
19Networking “All talk - selective listen” No Master panel or P.C. required and thus no single Device of failureUp to 15 active panels or 60 loops may be networked together plus an additional 17 passive nodesDiscovery panels, Voyager panels, network repeaters and Alarm Manager graphics systemsConventional panels, extinguishant panels and other equipment via network repeater and/or loop I/OFull event and cause/effect programming across networkRS485 data communicationsNetwork repeater with up to 248 programmable inputs and 248 programmable outputs
20Typical Network Illustration RS485 comms to panel repeaters and expansion cards.Discovery, and Voyager panels may be networked together with Network Repeaters, Alarm Managers (Graphics) PCs.Network repeater with up to 248 programmable inputs and 248 programmable outputs.RS485 network comms.Engineer’s programming via PC.
21Network RepeaterUp to way panel enhancement boards may be added to the Integra Network Repeater. All inputs and outputs are programmable across the network.Two types are available:1) fully-programmable inputs and relay outputs2) fully-programmable inputs and alarm outputsA typical application shows the 8 way boards linked to fireman's controls, LED’s, alarm sounders and plant shut down.The LCD provides user and engineer facilities. Devices may be isolated across the network via this network repeater.
22Instantly accessible current event log. Alarm ManagerThis is a mouse or touch-screen driven system that does not require keyboard after set-up.The drawings are inserted as bitmaps and may be copied from CAD and edited within Windows.The Alarm Manager (graphics system) may be individually tailored to customer’s requirements and is configured with password protection.The event priority and thus its display colour are determined by the nature of the event.The site procedure pages give user instructions for each type of event.User controls are configured if required via password set-up. Multi-level password protection may be configured for each type of function.Up to 5 map pages may be allocated for each individual device on the network (4 allocated here). Map pages may be used for drawings or specific instructions as required.Instantly accessible current event log.
23Typical Radio Pager Configuration The radio pager system, when connected to the control panel, can be used to transmit both text and numeric messages direct to pocket pagers.Pagers will display Fire / Fault conditions including Sensor location text. Up to 9,999 pagers can be connected to system.Connection to panel (printer or PC port, dependent upon panel).TransmitterInterface boardOpto isolator
24XP95 Test ToolThe XP95 Test Tool is an engineer’s tool to assist with commissioning and fault finding on XP95 loop systems.Loop configurations and the status of each device may be interrogated, device LEDs may be turned on/off. The test tool may be connected to an entire loop without the panel connected or connected to individual devices around the circuit.Alpha-numeric LCD display.Sockets for flying leads to connect to loop and/or individual XP95 devices.Engineer’s keypad.Battery charger socket.On/off switch and LED indication.
25More About Programming For more about the Windows-based, full upload/download PC software package click here