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Installers Manual

System 800
Fire Alarm Panel

Table of contents
Scope .........................................................................................4
General system description.......................................................5
Notes to the installer ..................................................................7
Cables ........................................................................................9
Panel installation ........................................................................9
Inspect the contents ........................................................9
To open the panel door .................................................10
To remove and refit the electronic module ...................11
To remove and refit the panel door...............................11
To mount the backbox on wall .....................................12
Connecting external circuits.....................................................13
Terminals .......................................................................13
Removable terminals.....................................................13
External circuits........................................................................14
Loop circuit.....................................................................14
Common fire output.......................................................15
Repeat panel connection...............................................16
24V Power output ..........................................................16
Common fault output.....................................................17
Auxiliary relay output......................................................17
Local input......................................................................18
RS232 interface.............................................................18
Fire routing equipment...................................................19
Fire protection equipment..............................................20
External power supply for alarm sounders ...................20
Commissioning process ..........................................................21
Hardware link ...........................................................................22
Power up ..................................................................................23
Power up indications and address allocation ...............24
Menu map and access levels........................................25
Operating instructions..............................................................26
To select a menu option................................................26
To carry out a display test .............................................26
To view active Fire events.............................................27
To view active Fault events ...........................................27
To view Disablements ...................................................27
To view Historic events..................................................28
To view the software version.........................................28
To enter an access level (eg 2, 3 or 4) .........................28
To exit to access level 1 ................................................29
To view loop status........................................................29
To activate Delay Mode faciity ......................................30
To view loop map...........................................................30
To power down the loop circuit .....................................31
(assuming the loop is powered up)...............................31
To power up the loop circuit ..........................................32
(assuming the loop is powered down) ..........................32
To start detection process on the powered up and
allocated loop.................................................................33

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To identify MCP required to be fire tested on a weekly


test .................................................................................34
To exit Fire test mode (assuming Fire Test is On).......34
To edit a zone label .......................................................35
To put a zone in and out of Test mode ........................36
To enable or disable a zone..........................................37
To put a zone in false alarm rejection mode ................38
To select 2-detectors or 2-zones coincidence detection39
To assign a zone to trigger a sector .............................40
To view devices in a selected zone ..............................41
To enable / disable a device .........................................42
To edit a device label.....................................................43
To assign a device to a zone ........................................44
To set auxiliary relay operation (eg to operate with fire,
fault, disablement, pre-alarm or off)..............................45
To set fire routing output operation (eg change
activation type, delayed operation of relay and
monitoring).....................................................................46
To set fault routing operation (eg activation type) ........47
To view / enable or disable alarms sounders...............48
To set weekly alarm test reminder message (eg day
and message)................................................................49
To set / view maintenance reminder message ...........50
To set Delay and Verify functions................................51
To set the Local input....................................................52
To set time and date .....................................................53
To change an existing password..................................54
To set up the access level for Cancel buzzer and
Display test controls ......................................................55
To edit User text ............................................................56
To clear logs ..................................................................57
To save the loop map....................................................57
To reset all access codes to factory settings................58
To reset the panel configuration to factory settings .....58
To reset all configurations and labels to factory settings59
To view diagnostic data.................................................59
Appendix Description of Controls and indicators.................60
Controls..........................................................................61
Light indications.............................................................62
Message description list for System 800......................64
Product data.............................................................................69
Notes........................................................................................70

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Scope
This second issue of the installers manual, it covers the
installation instructions of the 24-zone system 800 fire
alarm panel with version 2 software enhancements. The
manual gives information on how to install the panel,
connect external circuits, power up and commission the
system. It also includes fault finding information and
technical data.

Safety The following information is given in the interest of


personal safety and to prevent damage to installed
equipment and to ensure the system operates correctly.

The information symbol is accompanied with


important text.

This can be either a warning to prevent personal


injury or death, or a caution to prevent damage
to the system equipment.

Associated documents Y Operators manual 796689 (4188-658)


All the documentation associated with the panel should
be kept together near the panel.

Issue Record
Issue
Date
1.0
7/12/00
1.1
13/2/01
2
9/3/03

Comment
This is the first issue of the installers manual.
This is the first update to the installers manual
This is the second update to the installers manual include coincidence detection, sectori linking,
improvements to the settings for delay mode and auxiliary relay configuration.

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General system
description

The system 800 fire alarm panel is designed to meet the


requirements of EN54 Parts 2 and 4. It is suitable for
installation in small to medium size buildings in
accordance with the recommendations of BS5839:Part 1,
to provide an automatic fire detection and alarm.
The system 800 panel is installed and configured to
monitor devices such as detectors, manual call points,
single input/output transponder and sounder control
transponder units connected on a loop. Each device is
capable of being addressed individually and may be
assigned to one of 24 zones. The devices and zones in
the system can each be given a label for identification, so
that in an event condition the location is given on the
display with the appropriate event message.
The panel has connections for external sounder circuits to
raise an alarm in the protected buildings.

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System 800 architecture


A uxiliary contacts
E xterna l p ow er su pply
S ound er 1
S ound er 2
C onfigu rable inpu t
- C la ss change / E xt. evac. / lo ca l fire inp ut
C om m on Fire output (cha nge over con tacts)
C om m on Fault output (chan ge over contacts)

E xterna l
12V supply

Loo p en d 1

Loo p en d 2

24V pow er output


R S 485
R S 232 for P rinter (N ot yet available)
R S 232 for S ervice P C or P rinter (P rinter not yet available)
Fire rou tin g e quipm ent
M ains
supply
F ir e

E sc

P r evi ou s

N ex t

F au lt
P ow er

F ir e R o u tin g
A c tiva te d

S o u n d A l a rm s

F ir e P r ot ec tio n
A c tiva te d

S i l e n c e A l a rm s

A BC
1

G HI

JK L

PQ R S

TU V

D EF

R e s et
S ys te m Fa ult

P ow er Fa u lt
M N O

C a nc e l Buz z e r

F R E Fa ul t

6
S o un de r Fa ul t

D e l ay

P r e- ala rm
D e lay
V er ifi cat io n

V e r ify

W X YZ

E d it

S e le c t

D is p la y T e s t

Dis ab le m en t
F u n c t io n

FA P -8 00
Fire alarm pan el

F R E D is ab lem en t

0
S o un de r D isa bl em en t
Te st

Fixed Extingu ishing equ ipm ent

(N ot yet available)

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Notes to the installer

The installer should follow the general requirements of:

Y
Y

BS5839:Part 1, the code of practice relating to the fire


detection and alarm systems for buildings.
The relevant parts of the BS7671 Requirements for
Electrical Installation, Institute of Electrical Engineers
Wiring Regulations 16th edition.

Second fix installation To prevent the possibility of damage or dirt degrading the
performance or appearance of the System products, the
installation of second fix items, such as the electronic
module, should be delayed until all major building work in
the area is complete.

Notes
The installer should ensure:

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
Y

Cables recommended in the manual are used for


wiring the system 800.
Cable gland is used for the mains supply cable.
Unused knockouts on an enclosure that have been
removed are not left open.
The wires between the cable termination point and
terminals are as short and straight as possible.
The cables of the system 800 and other systems are
separated by at least 160mm, unless dedicated
conduit / ducting is used.
No part of the building structure is used for earthing.
The cable length between the Repeat LED unit and
the respective detector, where used, does not exceed
10m. This length must be included in the total cable
length of the loop.
The ends of the mains flexible conductors terminated
in the product are crimped, using sleeved or insulated
crimp terminals.
Each mains powered control and indicating equipment
is supplied via a dedicated 2-pole fused spur unit that
is fed from a switch or protection device at the local
mains supply distribution board.
Mains power to the control and indicating equipment
is not supplied from an IT Power System.

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The installer should acquire:

Y
Y

Site specific information from the interested parties


which must include details on the location of products
to be installed
The acquired information together with this manual
and the relevant standards should be used to assist
the work.

Earthing
All earth connection points must be clean to provide good
electrical conductivity.

Y
Y

All earth leads and fittings provided must be installed


The loop cable screen must be continued through
each system device.

Fixtures and fittings


It is the installers responsibility to provide:

Y
Y

Adequate fixtures and fittings for the type of


construction surface onto which a product is to be
installed
As an aid to this decision, the weight and overall size
of each full assembly together with implications on
cable entries and routing should be taken into
consideration.
These procedures assume that the installer
provides cable glands, steel BESA boxes and
related items.

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Cables

EMC approved cables suitable for wiring the system:

Y
Y
Y
Y

Mineral insulated cable (MICC) to BS6207:Part 1


Delta Crompton FTZ2E1.5 FIRETUF OHLS fire
resistant data cable
Raydex CDT FG950
Cavicel SpA FIRECEL SR 114
distributed by Cables Britain

AEI Cables FIRETEC

BICC Pyrotenax FLAMESIL FRC

Datwyler LIFELINE
It is NOT permissible to run outgoing and return
pairs in a multi core cable, due to inadequate
separation and possible electrical interference
problems.

Panel installation

Inspect the contents

Before starting installation work check the package


label and the contents of the package.
Check the contents, there should be:
- System 800 fire alarm panel
- 2 - Battery 12V 7Ah
- Spares pack
- Panel wall mounting template
- Instructions

Content of the spares pack:


Parts

Quantity

Allen Key (door)

End-of-line resistor - 10K ohms

End-of-line label

Battery link

Spare 3.15A (T) fuse ceramic type


for mains & battery supply

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Fixing screws

The panel door can be opened using the allen key


supplied in the spares pack.

Y
Y

Partially open the two fixing screws and then hinge


open the panel door.
Note the information on the panel and labels inside
the enclosure.

P roduc t : S Y S T E M 800
R ated Voltage: 2 30v a .c.
R ated Cu rrent: 0 .3A
R ated Frequen cy : 50H z

L X X X X -X

To open the panel door

M ains F us e F S 7: 3 .15A (T )
M anu fac D ate xx /xx /x x

Backbox

Electronic module

O PEN IN G TH E DO O R EXPO SE S LIVE PA RTS

C AU TIO N
HAZARDO US VO LTAG E REM AINS
AFTER O PERATIO N OF FUSE

D anger

Door

10

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To remove and refit the


electronic module
Earth lead

Gland plate

The electronic module should be removed from the backbox


to prevent building dust getting into the module.

Y
Y
Y
Y

Remove the earth lead connected to the gland plate.


Remove the five fixing screws that are used to secure
the electronic module to the backbox.
Remove the electronic module from the backbox. Keep
the electronic module, earth lead and screws in a safe
place until required.
To refit the electronic module: follow the procedure in
reverse order.

Electronic module

To remove and refit the


panel door

The hinged door on the panel may be removed from the


backbox to ease installation work.

Y
Y

To remove the door: Hold the door and use a terminal


screwdriver to push out the two hinge pins, one at a
time.
To re-fit the door: Hold the door to the back box and
with the hinge pins slot visible insert the pin into the
assembly until it click fits into position.

Hinge pin slot must be visible


Hinge pin

Door

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To mount the backbox


on wall

Ensure there is at least 100mm clearance


around each side of the panel. Also there must
be sufficient space beneath the panel assembly
to allow the door to hang open.

Cable entry points

Y
Y

Gland plate

Y
Y

Mains cable entry points


Cable tie

For cable entry from top of enclosure:


S Cut the cable tie and remove the gland plate from
the back face.
S Fit gland plate to the inside top face of the
enclosure, with earth terminals towards the front of
the enclosure.
Using the panel wall fixing template mark the four fixing
centres on the wall. Note the panels top fixing points
should be 1.7m above floor level to the top fixings.
Fix the panel to the wall surface using suitable fixtures
to support the full assembly.
Make use of all four fixing points when securing the
panel to the wall.

Re-fit the door to the backbox.

Fit the electronic module to the back box.

Y
Y

1.7m

Knockout the required cable entry points from the


backbox or where appropriate snap off the required
cable entry strips from the backbox.

Terminate all the external cables coming into the panel


at required cable entry points.
Mark the cables for connection to the appropriate
terminal block, see cables and wiring details.
E a rth
d ra in
if p a rt o f
th e ca b le

Fixing points
Floor level
Panel dimensions:
Height 375mm
Width 355mm
Depth 115mm

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Ba ckbo x

C a ble

C a b le G lan d
G lan d pla te

Connecting external
circuits

To ease wiring, the terminal blocks can be


removed from the electronic module.

TIP

Terminals
EXT
M A IN
F LT

EXT
PSU

AUX DC
S U P P LY

CO MMON
F IR E

EXT
B AT
F LT

R S 23 2

NC NO C

24V 24V 0 V 0 V

TX R X 0V

0V + 0V
LO O P

P4

L1 0V L2 0V

P21

P 5 /P 2
R S 48 5

SNDR1 SNDR2
S 1+ S 1- S 2+ S 2-

P20

CLASS
CHANGE

CO MMON
FA U LT

C C 0V

NC NO C

P26
P14

AUX

B +V 0V

P7

I/P 0 V

P15

NC NO C

P35 N C N O C

P3

P16
L

P36 +

1
2
3

P 16

0V +

0 V S 1 + S 1 - S 2+ S 2 - C C 0 v N C N O C

P12 N C N O C

I /P 0 V L 1 0 V L 2 0 V

24V 24V 0 V 0 V

B +V 0V TX R X 0V TX R X 0V

PC
L IN K

P7

P5

P6

1
2
3

P21

P2 6

P14

P15

P20

P4

P2

LC D
C O N TR A S T

I/P 0 V C N O N C 1
2
3

P18

1
2
3

P23 P22

P3
L

FS 7
3 .1 5A

Fire

B ZM
7Ah

+
-

Previous

Next

A BC

So und A lar ms

Fault

D EF

GH I

JKL

MN O

PQR S

TU V

WX YZ

R eset

Sy st em Fa ult
Power Fault

Fire Prot ec tion


Activa ted

P8

Es c

Power
Fire Routing
Activa ted

FS 3

Sil ence A la rms

C ancel B uzz er

FRE Faul t
Sounder Fa ult

SW 25

D elay
Pre- ala rm
Dela y
Ver ification

D isplay Test
DIsa blem ent

Ve rify

Ed it

Se lect

Fu nctio n

FRE D isablement

0
Sounder Disa bleme nt
Te st

P17

FA P
7A h

P1
1
2
3

P19

C 12 8

C N O 0 V I /P
FIX E D E X T

P17

+
-

E L E C T R O N IC M O D U L E
I/P 0 V C N O N C

P8

C N O 0 V I/P

P18

F IX E D E X T

Removable terminals
re m o va ble

To ease installation the terminal blocks on the electronic


module can be unplugged from the board, the exception is
the mains terminal block, which is fixed and cannot be
removed from the board.

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External circuits
Loop circuit
S o under C ontrol
Tran spon der
12 V

Z onal
repeat

The loop circuit of a system 800 can accommodate 127


devices, such as conventional detectors fitted to
addressable bases, manual call points, zonal indicator
units and sounder control transponders.
Data:

S ingle
Input
or
O utput

Loop length 1Km


Equipment Quiescent current
Ionisation smoke 30A
Optical smoke 60A
Heat 20A
Rate of Rise 20A

Lo op end 1

Lo op end 2

Detector base 50A


Manual Call Point 45A

L1 0V L2 0V

Control panel 50mA


LO O P

P20

E lectronic
M odule

C on tro l p an e l

Loop earth continuity


CONTROL
PA N E L

E arth co ntinu ity

L1
0V

L oo p
C ircu it

L2
0V

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The cable earth (screen) must


be continued through each
device on the loop circuit and
to a panel earth point on the
gland plate.

Loop device wiring

2
1

0V

+UL

-IN
6

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L2
0V

+UL

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PRGXOH

+UL

2
1

-IN

-IN

-O U T

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ZLWK/('PRGXOHFRQQHFWHG

The system 800 panel provides a common fire output via


change over contacts rated 2A @ 30V. A fire relay
operates the change over contacts. Setting a hardware
link for normally energised or de-energised state can
configure the relay operation.

Common fire output

C o m m o n fire o u tp u t via
ch a n g e o v e r co n ta cts
ra te d 2 A @ 3 0 V m a xim u m

Fa ctory
default
1
2
3

NC NO C

P 14

0&3

+UL

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WKHQLWVQXPEHUWHUPLQDOPXVWEH
ZLUHFRQQHFWHGWR9RI(QGRQ
WKHFRQWUROSDQHO

COM M ON
F IR E

-O U T

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+UL

-O U T

-U L

4
5

Loop
C ircuit

OU T

-U L

+U L

IN

+U L

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L1

P 12
1
2
3

NC NO C

1
2
3

P 12
NC NO C

P 12

E le ctro n ic
M o d u le

N orm al cond ition


the re lay is
de-en ergised

N orm al cond ition


the re lay is
ene rg ised

C o n tro l p a ne l

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Repeat panel connection


T his fa c ility is no t ye t a v aila ble

The system 800 panel can accept connection of up to two


dedicated repeat panels using the RS485 terminals.

D e d ica ted
R e p ea t pa n el
1Km
m a x im u m
c ab le
d is ta nc e

B +V 0V

R S 4 85

P7

E le c tro nic
M o d ule

C o n tro l pa ne l

24V Power output


2 4V 0.5 A m axim u m ou tpu t

2 4V 0 V

P4
A U X D C S U P P LY

E lectro nic
M od ule

C o ntrol pa ne l

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The system 800 panel has a 24V-supply output to supply


power to external equipment. The output will supply 24V
at 0.5A maximum.

Common fault output


C o m m o n fa ult ou tpu t via
ch an g e o ve r co n ta cts
ra te d 2 A @ 30 V m a xim um

The system 800 panel has a common output that


operates when the panel goes into a fault condition. The
contacts are shown in their normally energised position
and are rated 2A at 30V maximum. The contacts can be
used to switch external equipment on occurrence of a
fault via the voltage free contacts. The fault output can be
controlled using the fault routing facility.

N o t u se d
N C N O C I/P 0 V
COMM ON
FA U LT
P 15

E le ctro n ic
M o d ule

C o n trol p a n el
C o n ta cts sho w n w ith the rela y
n o rm a lly e n ergised , th is is th e n o rm a l
o p eratin g sta te.

Auxiliary relay output


A u x ilia ry re la y o u tpu t
v ia v olta g e fre e c on ta c ts

E le ctro n ic N C N O C
M od u le
P16
AUX

The system 800 panel has an auxiliary relay that can


operate when a fire event is detected in the system
(default setting). The relay contacts are rated 2A @ 30V
maximum. This output can be used to signal external
equipment in the event of a fire in the system. The relay is
is automatically reset with the following settings:
Common
Relay resets
with

System reset
Silence Alarms
Fault removed
Disablement
removed
C o n tro l p a n e l
F a cto ry d efa u lt: A u x ilia ry rela y w ill
e n ergis e w ith a fire e v en t a n d is re se t
w ith sy s te m re se t

Pr

Fi

'
'

'
'

Fa

'

Di

'

Pr prealarm
Fi Fire
Fa - Fault
Di - Disablement
In addition to the fire mode of operation, it is possible to
configure the relay to operate with a prefire, fault or
disablement conditions.

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The system 800 panel has a local input that can be


configured as a:

Local input
Lo cal Input
(ie C la ss C h ang e
op erated b y
a program m er)

Y
Y
Y
Y

10K
10K

class change
fire input
evacuate input
switched OFF

As a class change input the system alarm sounders are


used for class change application, such as in an
educational establishment like school or college.

CC 0V
CLASS
CHANGE

As a fire input the panel interprets this as a fire event


and the panel goes into fire condition. The alarm
sounders in the system operate as per a fire event from a
device on the loop.

P14
E le ctro nic
M od u le

As an evacuate input the panel interprets this as a sound


alarms signal and operates the alarm sounders in the
system.

C o n tro l p a ne l

Additionally the local input can be enabled or disabled


using the menu controls at the panel.

T he local Input can be co nfigured as a


C lass C hange, Fire or E vacuate input.

If configured as a fire input the panel can put the input


into a Test State.

RS232 interface

or
P rin ter
(N ot yet ava ilable )

S ervice P C

S ervice P C

P rin ter
(N ot yet ava ilable )

TX R X 0V

TX R X 0V

PC
L IN K

R S 23 2

R S 23 2

P6

P5

P2
E lec tro nic
M od ule

C o ntrol p an el
Te rm ina ls P 2 and P 6
sh are a de dica ted R S 2 32
w h ich can be con ne cte d
to either a S ervice PC or P rin ter

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The system 800 panel has a RS232


interface which can be used to connect the
service PC during commissioning, for
labelling devices and zones in the system.
The RS232 will facilitate the connection of
a printer for printing system events; this is
not yet available.

The terminal block P2 and


connector P6 share a
dedicated RS232 and only
one of these can be used at
any one time.

Fire routing equipment


C o il re sista nce
65 0R (n om ina l )

0 -1 0K resistan ce
co nfirm a tion
ou tp ut

0V

+24V

A ctiv atio n
co nfirm a tion
inp ut

A uto-dialle r e qu ipm en t
(S u ch as D igico m
or R e d C are )

A ctiv atio n
ou tp ut to trig ger
au to dia ler

I/P 0V C N O N C

1
2
3

1
2
3

Using the menu controls at the panel the


fire routing equipment operation can be:
F actory de fau lt
link setting s

P 23 P 22

P 18

E lec tro nic


M o d ule
C o ntrol p an el
0 -1 0K resistan ce
co nfirm a tion
ou tp ut

A ctiv atio n
co nfirm a tion
inp ut

Manually activated or de-activated

Output can be enabled or disabled

Y
Y

A delay of up to 10 minutes can be


set up before automatic output action
The monitoring of the output can be
enabled or disabled.

A uto-dialle r e qu ipm en t
(S u ch as D igico m
or R e d C are )

Volta ge free activatio n


ou tp ut to trig ger
au to dia ller

I/P 0V C N O N C

P 18

The system 800 panel can activate fire


routing equipment, such as an auto
dialer in the event of a fire condition in
the system. The panel can be
configured to output either a voltage free
signal or a 24V output to trigger the
external equipment.

1
2
3

1
2
3

P 23 P 22
E lec tro nic
M o d ule
C o ntrol p an el

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(This facility is not yet available)

Fire protection
equipment

The system 800 panel has a fire protection equipment


output to trigger fixed extinguishing equipment.

C o n tro l p a ne l

680R

E le ctro n ic
M o d ule
3k3

P 17
F IX E D E X T
C N O 0 V I/P

680R

3k3

Activa te
F PE

Activa te d sig n a l
from FP E
F ixe d P rotectio n E q u ip m e n t (FP E)

External power supply


for alarm sounders
M a in s fa ilu re in p u t

E x te rn a l P S U

M on ito rs
cle a n c on ta cts
o f e xte rna l p ow er
su p ply

B a tte ry fa ilu re in p u t

P ow e r
fro m e x te rn a l
2 4V p o w er
s u p p ly

M on ito rs
cle a n c on ta cts
o f e xte rna l p ow er
su p ply

P36 +

0V + 0V

1
2
3

E XT
P SU

E XT
M AIN

E XT
B AT

P21
E le c tro n ic
M o d u le

C o n tro l p a n e l
S e le c tio n lin k fo r
in te rn a l / e x te rn a l
p o w e r s u p p ly

P36

P36

1
2
3

1
2
3

Intern al E xternal
PS U
PS U
(F a ctory
de fa ult)

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The system alarm sounders can be configured to operate


from the on board power supply or an external power
supply, by setting a link on the electronic module.

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The panel is able to monitor the condition of the battery


and mains supply of the external power supply unit via
clean contacts. A closed clean contact at the power
supply equipment is a fault signal to the control panel.

Commissioning
process

W ithout any pow er applied to the pa nel:


1. Ve rify the continuity of the loop circuit w iring,
Th e cable resistance should be 13oh m s m ax. a t 1K m .
D O N O T U N D E R TAK E H IG H V O LTA G E TE S TS W IT H W IR IN G
C O N N E C TE D TO TH E LO O P D E V IC E S , S U C H A S TO TH E B AS E .
2. Ve rify the continuity of the so under circuit w iring.
W ith circuit con nected the 10 K ohm s end -of-line
resistance can b e m easured.
C o nnect th e m ains and battery su pply to th e
panel an d once pow ere d up:
1. C arry out a D isplay test accessible at access level 2
and check all the indicators are w orking.

2. S etup th e system clo ck, accessible at access level 3.


3. C arry out tem porary disconnection and re-connectio n
of b attery, m ains su pply and sounder circuits
and check fau lt in dications are given of disconn ections.

C o nnect th e loop circuit:


1. C heck the address allocation w ith only loop end-1 conne cted,
note a loop open circuit fault is d ispla yed.
R epeat the test w ith only loop end-2 conn ected and th en
w ith both ends co nnecte d.
2. C arry out open circuit a nd sho rt circuit te sts on the +ve and -ve lines
of the loop circuit, re-allocate the loop after each te st.
3. R e allocate the loo p, configure the H ardw a re link to allo w data
to b e saved at the panel and save the loop m ap d ata to the
pan el E E P R O M .
C o nfigura tion:
1. A ssign devices to zones
2. Lab el devices and zones.

3. C onnect, configure an d test other equipm e nt


conn ected to the p anel.
4. O n com pletion o f changes to configuration data and w ith
data saved to the E E P R O M , reset the hardw are
link to positio n 2-3 to w rite protect the E E P R O M .

Fire pla n:
1. Test the fire pla n.
2. C heck alarm sound levels in all areas of the buildin g(s).
H a ndover:
1. E nsure all interested parties are inform ed the fire a larm
system is active.
2. Fill in the log book and provide advise on user responsibility
and the ne ed to m aintain the system in accordance w ith B S 5839 :P a rt 1.

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On making changes to the panel set up the modified


entries must be saved to the EEPROM located inside the
panel. To allow the changed data to be saved to the
EEPROM, a hardware link must first be configured.

Hardware link

A trained engineer must carry out any changes


to the system configuration.

Open the panel door using the allen key supplied in


the spares pack.
The hardware link is located mid-way on the bottom
face of the electronic module.

EEPR OM
enable

E lectro nic m o du le
1
2
3

P1
P19

C128

EEPRO M
enable

To allow data to be saved to


EEPROM

P1

1
2
3

Configure the link to position 1-2.

Configure the link to position 2-3.

E E P R OM
en ab le

To write protect EEPROM

P1

1
2
3

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Always leave the EEPROM link in the protected


position after saving data.

To power up the panel connect the mains and battery


supply.

Power up

Battery connection Y Fit the batteries in to the panel, observing the location
CAUTION: RISK OF
EXPLOSION IF
BATTERY IS REPLACED
BY AN INCORRECT
TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED
BATTERIES
ACCORDING TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS.

and orientation of battery installation.

Y
Y

Connect the wires from the electronic module to both


the batteries.
Ensure the battery link is fitted.
The panel will not power up on battery supply
alone. However in the event of mains failure the
battery will maintain a standby supply to the
panel.
C o ntrol p anel

Battery

FA P
7A h
+

FS3

E lectro nic
M od ule

P8

2 X 12 V 7 Ah
B ATT E R Y

Mains supply connection


M ains
S upply
230V
E arth to gland p late

C ontrol panel
G land
P late
E lectronic
M odule

To prevent serious injury, ensure the mains


supply to the control panel is isolated until
required.

A qualified person in accordance with the current


regulations must make the mains supply connection to
the control panel. The mains to the panel must be via a
dedicated 3A fused spur unit, marked in red FIRE ALARM
DO NOT SWITCH OFF.

P3
L

N
FS7
M ains fus e
3.15A

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On powering up the panel the display shows messages of


address allocation and the power on indicator is lit.

Power up indications
and address allocation

The allocation process


starts automatically and
thereafter the fire
detection. The loop is fully
operational and requires no
manual intervention to start
fire detection.

Power
The number of devices
allocated

Tip

The sounder control


transponder faults are
latching faults and will
require a panel reset to
remove the fault at the
transponder.

The last device found during


allocation

Allocation process The addresses are allocated to each device on the loop
starting from End 1, in a numerical order, to End 2.

LO O P
C IR C U IT

10

11

END 1
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18

17

16

15

N O TE : E N D 2 C O N N E C TIO N IS N O T
M A D E O N F IR S T P O W E R U P.
F i re

Es c t

P r ev i o u s

Ne x t
F a u lt
Pow e r

F i re R o u t i n g
A c ti v a te d

ABC

S ou n d A l a r m s

DEF

S i el n ce A l a r m s

GHI

J KL

D el a y

PQRS

TUV

W XY Z

R es e t

S y s te m F a u l t
P o w e r F a u lt

F i re P ro t ec t i o n
A c ti v a te d

MNO

C an c el B uz ze r

F R E F au l t
S o u n d e r F a u lt

D i sp l ay T es t

P r e- a l a rm
De la y
V e ri f i c a t i o n

Dis a b le m e n t
V er i f y

E di t

S el e ct

F un c ti o n

F R E D i s a b l em e n t

0
S o u n d e r D i s ab l e m e n t
Test

C O N T R O L PA N E L

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13

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Menu map and access


levels
Access level 1 = General mode
Access level 2 = Security mode
Access level 3 = Customer mode
Access level 4 = Engineering
mode

The menu map below shows the functionality available to


the user at various access levels.
To gain access to the panel controls and menu options,
the user must enter the appropriate code for the desired
access level.

A 2m in, A 3m in an d A 4m in sign ify m inim um


ac ce ss le ve l re qu ire d for the o pe ration .
M en u m a p a t A 1 A c ce ss lev el 1 (N o co de re qu ire d)

A t th is le ve l a cc e ss is a v a ilab le to th e system logs, coded entry to other levels, cancel buzzer


o p e ra tio n a n d if c on fig u re d th e display test ca n also o p e ra te d .

M e nu m a p a t A 2 A cce ss le vel 2 (C o de 2 2 2 2)

T h is le v e l is fo r se c u rity p e rs o n al.

M e nu M a p a t A 3 A cce ss le vel 3 (3 3 3 3)

T h is le v e l is fo r cu s to m e r's te c hn ic ia n re sp o n s ib le fo r th e s ys te m .

M e n u M ap a t A 4 A ccess le ve l 4 (44 4 4 )

T h is le v e l is fo r e ng in e e rin g u se o n ly. At this level the loop is disabled and events are not detected.

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Operating instructions
To select a menu option
P ress to view
top level m enu

P ress to e nte r
a selection

P ress to h ighlight op tion


Previous

Next

P ress to re turn to
previo us m enu level
Esc

To carry out a display test


(A co d ed e n try m a y be re qu ire d fo r this co m m an d )
N O TE : Display test is no t possible if the m enu or a form is displayed.

A2 or A1if configured
Esc
Display Test

A ll th e L ED s illum inate
for a short du ra tio n

Functions that are not accessible at an access level


If you sele ct a function th at is not accessible at the current a cce ss level
then you w ill get the follow ing m e ssag e:

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To view active Fire events

A1

To view active Fault events

A1

To view Disablements

A1

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To view Historic events

A1

Event 1 - latest event

To view the software version

A3
Esc

View ing the softw are version is only possible


at access level 3, out of the m enu m ode.

Function

To enter an access level (eg 2, 3 or 4)

A1

F actory default codes are for:


Access level 1 : N one
Access level 2 : 2222
Access level 3 : 3333
Access level 4 : 4444
Enter the num erical passw ord

For

A4 only
Disablement

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To exit to access level 1

A2, A3 or A4
Can also be from level 3 or 4

A lte rn a tive m ethod


Esc

To view loop status

A2

C urrent statu s of the lo op is running

N um be r o f
devices o n
the lo op

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To activate Delay Mode faciity

A2
T he D elay fun ction w ill only
operate if the D elay tim eout
period w as pre-configured
to a value greater than 0 hours.

Esc
Delay

Delay

D elay M ode can be configured


to be active for up to 8 hours

To view loop map

A2

By pressing the Enter button on


a high lighted device it is possib le
to view device details,
see device details.
Press

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Esc

to return to loop m a p

To power down the loop circuit


(assuming the loop is powered up)

A3

It is not possible to pow er dow n


the loop w hen the panel is in
fire condition or test m ode.

Disablement

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To power up the loop circuit


(assuming the loop is powered down)

A3

T his num ber w ill increm e nt as devices are


allocate d. The allocation process can
take several m inutes
Allocated - if loop m ap has changed
R unning - if no changes to the loo p m ap
If the loop m ap has changed, only then
the loop de tection process m ust be started
m a nually, see To start detection process.

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To start detection process on the powered up and allocated loop


If the loo p m ap has changed on a m anually pow ered up loop
then it is necessary to m anually start the detection process.

A3

If the panel is at access level 4 the detection process w ill be


tem porarily stopped un til you exit to level 1, 2 or 3.

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To identify MCP required to be fire tested on a weekly test

A2

W hen in the F ire test m ode the panel


w ill see fire events as test fires.

In F ire test m ode the alarm s sound for a short


duration and the device is reset the reafter.
T he local buzzer m ay be silenced by pressing
the C ancel buzzer button.

Test

To exit Fire test mode (assuming Fire Test is On)

A2

Test

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EEPROM
enable

To edit a zone label


P1

1
2
3

If a zone label is left blan k


then the device label is displayed
in the event of a fire.

A2min

Previous

Next

P re s s to se le ct [Z o n e ] fie ld

P re s s s e le ct to c h an g e to a re q u ire d
zo n e nu m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to se le ct [la b e l] fie ld
To e dit text in a field:
Edit

P re ss E dit bu tton to
allo w lab el e diting .

U sing the n um eric keyp ad


en te r the lab el.
ABC

DEF

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

E ach p ress of an a lp han um e ric


ke y w ill scroll ch aracte r
strin g, e g ea ch pre ss of k ey 2 w ill
scro ll c hara cters: A B C 2 a b c.
E ach p ress of key 1 w ill scroll
ch aracter strin g 1 ? , . ; & * /
E ach p ress of key 0 w ill scroll
ch aracter strin g 0 ( ) : @ [ ]
Function To co py tex t

H ig hlig ht a lab el
fie ld a nd pre ss
the F unc tion k ey.
Edit Function To pa ste tex t

0
Next

H ig hlig ht a lab el
fie ld a nd pre ss ed it a nd
then th e Fu nctio n key.

If ne ces sary, pres s


N ext to m ove to the
ne xt c hara cte r p ositio n.
EEPROM
enable

Select

P1
1
2
3

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To put a zone in and out of Test mode

A2

If a zone is put into test m ode the panel


w ill see the zone fire events as test fires.

Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le ct a [Z o n e ] fie ld

Select

P re s s s e le c t to c h a n g e to a re q u ire d
zo n e n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le ct In Te st fie ld [ ]
Select

P re s s s e le c t to to g g le NO/YES
Select NO to take zone out of test
or YES to put the zone in test

Test

W hen a zone is in the test m ode and a


device in the zone is put into fire conditio n,
the alarm s w ill sound for a sh ort duration
and the device is reset thereafter.

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To enable or disable a zone


W hen a zone is disabled the m anual call points
in the zone rem ain active and are N O T disabled.

A2

Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le c t [Z o ne ] fie ld

Select

P re s s s e le c t to c h a n g e to a re q u ire d
zo n e n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le c t [S ta tu s] fie ld
Select

P re s s S e le c t to to g g le ENABLE/DISABLE
Select DISABLE to disable the zone
or ENABLE to enable the zone

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EEPRO M
enable

To put a zone in false alarm rejection mode


1
2
3

W here a zo ne is susceptible to false


alarm s, a greater im m unity to spurious
alarm s is possible by putting th e zone
in FA rejection m ode.

P1

A4

Previous

Next

P re s s to s ele ct [Z o n e ] field

Select

P re s s S e le c t to c h a n g e to a re q u ire d
zo n e n um b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s ele ct [M o d e ] fie ld
Select

EEPROM
enable

P re s s S e le c t to to g g le NORMAL / FA-REJECTION
2-DETECTOR / 2-ZONES
Select NORMAL for normal operation,
FA-REJECTION for false alarm rejection,
to give greater immunity to spurious alarms,
# 2 DETECTOR for two detector coincidence,
# 2 ZONE for two zone coincidence.
# e x p a in e d la te r

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P1
1
2
3

P1
1
2
3

T he 2-d etector coincidence can


only be applied to the selected
zone.

A4

If 2 zones coincidence d etection


is selected it is im portant to link
the selected zone to another zone.

Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le ct [Z o ne ] fie ld

Select

P re s s S e le c t to ch a n g e to a re qu ire d
zo n e n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le ct [M o d e ] fie ld
Select P re s s S e le c t to to g g le to

NORMAL,FA-REJECTION,
2-DETECTOR / 2-ZONES.
Select :2 DETECTOR for two detector coincidence,
2 ZONE for two zone coincidence.
P ro c e d u re s
fo r 2 zo n e
co in cid e n ce o n ly.

Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le ct [L in ke d to zo n e ] fie ld
Select

P re s s S e le c t to ch a n g e
to a re q u ire d 2 n d zo n e
n u m b e r o f two zone coincidence.

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To select 2-detectors or 2-zones coincidence detection

P1
1
2
3

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EEPR OM
enable

To assign a sectors to zone


T h e re ca n b e a m a xim u m o f u p to 2 4 se cto rs p e r
sys te m . A s ec to r is a n o u tp u t o f a sounder controller
a n d e a ch sounder controller h a s tw o o u tp u ts .
T h e se cto rs a re c on s e cu tive ly n u m b e re d fro m
e n d 1 to e n d 2 o f th e lo o p . A zo n e ca n a ctio n
u p to 1 2 in d e p e n d e n t se cto rs in a n y
co m b in a tio n s in th e sy ste m .

P1
1
2
3

A4

S ecto r 1
O u tpu t

S1
O1

S2
O2

S3
O1

S4
O2

S5
O1

S6
O2

End1
Sounder
c o n tro lle rs

S7
O1

C o n tro l
panel

S8
O2

Previous

End2

O1 O2
S23 S24

O1 O2
S 11 S 1 2

O2
S10

Next

P re s s to s ele ct a [Z o n e ] fie ld

S ecto r 1 0

Select

P re s s S e le c t to ch a n g e to a re q u ire zo n e n u m be r
Previous

Next

P re s s to h ig h lig h t th e first lin ke d Sector fie ld (1 2 fie ld s a va ila b le )


Select

Next

Select

K e y in o r p re ss S e le ct to e n te r th e first link e d sector n u m b e r


(ra n g e 1 to 2 4 ) th a t is re q u ire d to b e a ctio n e d in th e e ve n t o f
th e z o ne g o in g in to fire c o n d ition .
H ig h lig h t b y p re ssin g N e x t th e s e co n d se c to r fie ld a n d k e y in
th e se co n d lin ke d Sector n u m b e r th a t is req u ire d to b e a ctio n e d
in th e e ve n t o f the zo n e g o in g in to fire co n d itio n . R e p e a t th e
p ro ce d u re fo r o th e r se cto rs re q uire d to b e lin ke d to th e zo n e .
S e t a ll re m a in in g u n u s e d fie ld s fo r n o a ctio n , e n te r 0 0 (ze ro ) .

EEPROM
enable

A n e n try 9 9 in a n y fie ld w ill ca u se a ll th e sectors to trig g e r


in th e e ve n t o f fire co n d itio n in th e z o n e.

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P1
1
2
3

To view devices in a selected zone

A2

Previous

Next

P re s s to s ele ct a [Z o n e ] fie ld
Select

P re s s s e le c t to c h a n ge to a
re q u ire d z on e n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s cro ll th e lis t

By pressing the Enter button on


a high lighted device it is possible
to view device details,
see device details.
Press

Esc

to return to D evice details

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To enable / disable a device


T his operation w ill allow disablem ent
and enablem ent of devices like
detectors a nd m anual call p oints
on the lo op.

A2

Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le c t [D e vice ] fie ld
Select

P re s s s e le c t to c h a n g e to a
re q u ire d d e v ic e n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le c t [S ta tu s] fie ld
Select

P re s s s e le c t to to g g le ENABLE/DISABLE
Select DISABLE to disable the device
or ENABLE to enable the device

I f th e c all p o in t g la ss
is b ro ke n d u rin g d isab le m e n t,
th e n th e fo llow in g m e ssa g e
a p p ea rs o n e n a blin g th e d e vice

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2
3

P1

A2

Previous

Next

P re s s to s ele ct [D e vice ] fie ld


Select

P re s s to c ha n g e to a
re q u ire d d e vice n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to s ele ct [L a b e l] fie ld
E ach p ress of an a lp han um e ric
ke y w ill scroll ch aracte r
strin g, e g ea ch pre ss of k ey 2 w ill
scro ll c hara cters: A B C 2 a b c.

To e dit text in a field:


Edit

P re ss E dit bu tto n to
allo w lab el e diting .

U sing the n um eric keyp ad


en te r the lab el.
ABC

DEF

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

E ach p ress of key 1 w ill scroll


ch aracte r strin g 1 ? , . ; & * /
E ach p ress of key 0 w ill scroll
ch aracte r strin g 0 ( ) : @ [ ]
Function To co py te xt

H ig hlig ht a lab el
fie ld a nd pre ss
the F unc tion k ey.
Edit

Function To pa ste tex t

0
Next

If ne ces sary, pres s


N ext to m ove to the
ne xt c hara cter p ositio n.

H ig hlig ht a lab el
fie ld a nd pre ss ed it key
follo w e d by the
F unc tion ke y.

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To edit a device label

P1

1
2
3

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EEPROM
enable

To assign a device to a zone


1
2
3

P1

O n assigning a Sounder controller device


to a zone the corresponding sectors associated
w ith the Sounde r controller are also assigned
to the zone.

A4

Previous

Next

P re s s to s ele ct a [D e vice ] fie ld


Select

P re s s s e le c t to c h a ng e to a
re q u ire d d e vice n u m b e r
Previous

Next

P re s s to [Z n ] fie ld
Select

EEPROM
enable

P re s s s e le c t to s cro ll to a Zone number


to w h ich th e d e vice is a ss ig n e d .

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P1
1
2
3

EEPROM
enable

To set auxiliary relay operation


(eg to operate with fire, fault, disablement, pre-alarm or off)
P1
1
2
3

O nly configure the hardw are link


w hen setting the operation
of auxiliary relay.

A2min

Previous

Next

P re s s to s e le c t a fie ld [ ]

Select

P ress select to scro ll to


th e req u ire d selectio n :
NOT CONNECTED
COMMON FIRE
(Default)
COMMON FAULT
COMMON DISABLEMENT
PRE ALARM

Select

P ress select
to scro ll to
sta te :
ENABLE
DISABLE

A3 To sile n c e o n :
Select

P ress select to tog gle


se le ction b etw e en :
SYSTEM RESET
(Default)
SILENCE ALARMS

EEPROM
enable

A2 A u x ilia ry re la y o u tp u t: A2 AS utaxtuilias:ry re la y

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P1
1
2
3

45

EEPROM
enable

To set fire routing output operation


(eg change activation type, delayed operation of relay and
monitoring)
1
2
3

P1

O nly configure the hardw are link


w hen setting delay and m onitoring
of the fire routing output.

A2min

Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

[C u rre nt sta te ]

[S ta tu s]

[M o n ito rin g ]

[F ire rou tin g d ela y]

A2

Select

A3
Select

P re ss to to g gle
se le ctio n be tw e e n:
NOT ACTIVATED
ACTIVATED

A4
P re ss to to g gle
se le ctio n b e tw ee n :
ENABLED
DISABLED (Default)

Select

P re ss to in cre m e nt
0 to 9 m in u te s.
(0 - d e fa u lt)

EEPROM
enable

P re ss to in cre m e nt
fro m 0 to 5 9 se con d s
(0 0 - d e fa ult).

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P1
1
2
3

P1

1
2
3

A2min

O nly configure the hardw are link


w hen setting status of the
fault routing ou tput.

Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

A2

[C u rre nt sta te]

Select P re ss to tog g le se lection

b e tw e en :
NOT ACTIVATED
ACTIVATED

A3

[S ta tu s]

Select P re ss to tog g le se lection

b e tw e en :
ENABLED
DISABLED (Default)

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To set fault routing operation


(eg activation type)

P1
1
2
3

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EEPROM
enable

To view / enable or disable alarms sounders


P1

1
2
3

O nly configure the hardw are link


w hen setting sector action of A larm s.

A2min

Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

A2

[S ta tu s]

Select P re ss to toggle selectio n

Select

[S e ctors A ctio n]

P re ss to toggle selectio n
be tw een :
ON SOUND/SILENCE
ON FIRE/RESET

EEPROM
enable

be tw een :
ENABLED (Default)
DISABLED

A4

1
2
3

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P1

EEPROM
enable

To set weekly alarm test reminder message


(eg day and message)
1
2
3

P1

A2

Previous

Next

P re ss to se le ct fie ld [ ]

Select

[Te st d ay is]
Select

[M e ssa g e]
To e dit text in a field:
Edit

P re ss to togg le
O N /O F F
(O FF -D e fault)

P re ss to togg le :
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY

P re ss E dit bu tto n to
allo w lab el e diting .

U sing the n um eric key pad


en te r the la bel.
ABC

DEF

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

E ach p ress o f an
alph an um eric
ke y w ill scroll
ch aracte r strin g,
eg e ach p ress o f
key 2 w ill s croll
ch aracte rs : A B C 2 a b c.
E ach p ress o f
ke y 1 w ill scroll
ch aracte r strin g
1?,.;& */
E ach p ress o f ke y
0 w ill sc roll
ch aracte r strin g
0 ():@ []

0
Next

If ne ce ssary, pre ss
N ext to m ove to the
ne xt c hara cter positio n.

EEPROM
enable

[F ire te st is]

P1

1
2
3

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EEPROM
enable

To set / view maintenance reminder message


P1

1
2
3

A2min

Previous

Next

P re ss to se le ct fie ld [ ]
[R e m ind e r is]
Select

A2 [D a y]
Select

A2

[M e ssa g e]

E ach p ress o f an
alph an um eric
P re ss E dit bu tto n to ke y w ill scroll
allo w lab el e diting . ch aracte r strin g,
eg e ach p ress of
U sing the n um eric key pad
key 2 w ill s croll
en te r the la bel.
ch aracte rs :
ABC
DEF
A B C 2 a b c.
To e dit text in a field:
Edit

A4
[Te st In te rva l is]
Select

P re ss se le ct to
increm ent day
1 to 3 1
P re ss n ext
to highlight [m o nth ]
an d p ress se le ct
to tog gle m on ths

P re ss to to gg le :
MONTHLY
QUARTERLY
BI-ANNUALLY
ANNUALLY

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

E ach p ress o f
ke y 1 w ill scroll
ch aracte r strin g
1?,.;& */
E ach p ress o f ke y
0 w ill sc ro ll
ch aracte r strin g
0 ():@ []

0
Next

If ne ce ssary, pre ss
N ext to m ove to the
ne xt c hara cter p os itio n.
EEPROM
enable

P re ss sele ct
to togg le
O N /O F F
(O FF -D e fault)

1
2
3

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P1

To set Delay and Verify functions


T he alarm sounders in the system can b e delayed on a fire condition.
T he Initial delay can be configured up to 9 m inutes 59 secon ds
(factory set to 30 seconds). This delay is im posed on the
alarm sounders at the beginn ing of a fire condition, providing the Delay
facility is active w ith the dela y LE D lit.
T he D ay m ode delay is a n extended alarm delay to verify a fire a larm .
T his delay value can be up to 9 m inutes 59 seconds. N ote this value is
the total de lay duration from the start of a fire condition. It is m ade active
on pressing the Verify button w hen initial D elay is active and delay
LED is lit. T he D ay m ode tim eout period is the duration over w hich
D elay and Verify functions can be operated.
EEPR OM
enable

P1

1
2
3

A2min

Alarm delay operation


Initia l d e la y
3 0s fa cto ry de fau lt
D a y m o de de lay
S tart of
a la rm

M a xim u m a la rm d ela y
9 m in 5 9s ec

Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

Select

P ress to increm ent


0 to 9 m inutes.
Next

P re ss to sele ct
se co nd s fie ld [ ]
P ress to increm ent
from 0 to 59 seconds.

A2
Select

[D a y m o d e d ela y]
(extended Verify delay)

A3

[D a y m o d e tim e ou t p erio d]
P ress to increm ent (Verification Delay mode timeout)
0 to 9 m inutes.
Select
Next
P ress to increm ent
from 1 to 8 hours.

P re ss to sele ct
se co nd s fie ld [ ]
P ress to increm ent
from 0 to 59 seconds.

If 0 hours is entered
then the D elay m ode
is disabled

EEPROM
enable

A2

[Initia l d ela y]
(initial Verify delay)

P1

1
2
3

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EEPROM
enable

To set the Local input


1
2
3

P1

It is only necessary to con figure


hardw are link P1 w hen changing
the settings in the C onfigured as
field.

A2

Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

A4 [C o n figu re d a s]

A3 [S ta tu s]

A2 [In te st]

Select

Select

P ress to tog gle:


LOCAL FIRE INPUT
OFF
CLASS CHANGE
EXTERNAL EVACUATE

P ress to tog gle:


P ress to tog gle:
ENABLE
YES
DISABLE (Default) NO (Default)

EEPROM
enable

Select

1
2
3

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P1

1
2
3

P1

A3

All num eric fields can be set by


pressing the nu m eric keys.
Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

[C u rre nt d ay ]

[C u rre nt tim e ]
Select

P ress se le ct to to gg le :
Hours 00 to 23

Select

P ress se le ct to tog gle:


D a te : Day 1-31
Next

Next

P re ss n e xt to h ig h lig h t the
[m in u te s] fie ld
P ress se le ct to to gg le :
Minutes 00 to 59

P re ss n e xt to h ig h lig h t
th e [m on th ] fie ld
P ress se le ct to to gg le :
D a te : Month 1-12
Next
Next

P re ss n e xt to h ig h lig h t
th e [yea r] fie ld
P ress to to gg le:
D a te : Year 2000-2099

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To set time and date

P1

1
2
3

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EEPROM
enable

To change an existing password


1
2
3

P1

A3

Previous

Next

P re ss to se le ct fie ld [ ]
[C u rre nt p a ssw o rd ]
Edit

E n te r th e cu rre n t p a ssw o rd
u sing th e n u m e ric ke yp a d:
A cce ss le ve l 2 - 2 2 22
A cce ss le ve l 3 - 3 3 33
A cce ss le ve l 4 - 4 4 44

Edit

Next

P re ss n e xt to h ig h lig h t
N ew pa ssw o rd (cop y 1) field [ ]
Edit

E n te r N e w p a ssw o rd Edit
(m u st b e m in im u m
4 n u m e ric ch a ra cte rs)
Next

P re ss n e xt to h ig h lig h t
N ew pa ssw o rd (cop y 2) field [ ]
E n te r N e w p a ssw o rd
a g ain to th e co n firm
co p y 1 e n try

Edit

EEPROM
enable

Edit

1
2
3

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P1

1
2
3

P1

A4

Previous

Next

P re ss to sele ct fie ld [ ]

[C a n cel b u zze r leve l]

[D isp la y test le vel]

Select

Select

P ress to togg le:


Between
Access level
1 and 2

P ress to togg le:


Between
Access level
1 and 2

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To set up the access level for Cancel buzzer and Display test controls

P1

1
2
3

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EEPROM
enable

To edit User text


1
2
3

P1

A4

To e dit text in a field:


Edit

P re ss E dit bu tto n to
allo w lab el e diting .

U sing the n um eric key pad


en te r the lab el.
ABC

DEF

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

E ach p ress of an
alph anu m eric
ke y w ill scroll
ch aracte r strin g,
eg e ach p re ss of
key 2 w ill s croll
ch aracte rs : A B C 2 a b c .
E ach p ress of
ke y 1 w ill scroll
ch aracte r strin g
1?,.;& */
E ach p ress of key
0 w ill scro ll
ch aracte r strin g
0 ():@ []

0
Next

EEPROM
enable

If ne ces sary, pres s


N ext to m ove to the
ne xt c hara cter p ositio n.

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P1
1
2
3

P1

1
2
3

A4

H isto ric eve n t lo g is e ra se d

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To clear logs

P1

1
2
3

EEPROM
enable

To save the loop map


P1

1
2
3

L oo p m a p is sa ve d

EEPROM
enable

A4

P1

1
2
3

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P1

1
2
3

A4

C od e s a re re se t

EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To reset all access codes to factory settings

P1

1
2
3

1
2
3

P1

A4

D evice and Zone labels are not


affected by this operation.

C on fig u ration is re se t
to fa cto ry d e fa ult se ttin g s

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EEPROM
enable

EEPROM
enable

To reset the panel configuration to factory settings

1
2
3

P1

EEPROM
enable

To reset all configurations and labels to factory settings


P1

A4

EEPROM
enable

1
2
3

P1

1
2
3

To view diagnostic data

A3

A to D Description of A to D
Lower Higher
reference reading
limit limit
0 Mains
140 1 Earth
74 204
2 5V
223 255
3 12V
1 255
4 24V
140 203
5 Sounder 1
58 150
6 Sounder 2
58 150
7 Battery charger
8 Initial battery 1 voltage
9 Initial battery 1 current
10 Final battery 1 voltage
11 EEPROM Charger (PWM)
A fault is indicated if the A to D value is outside the limits.

Condition
Mains fault - Below the lower limit.
Earth fault Outside the two limits
5V supply fault Outside the two limits
12V supply fault Outside the two limits
24V supply fault Outside the two limits
Short circuit fault if belwo the lower limit
Open circuit fault if above the higher limit

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Appendix Description of Controls and indicators


A
F i re

F i r e R o u ti n g
A c ti v a t e d

Esc

P re v i o u s

Ne xt

ABC

S ou n d A l arm s

F a ult
P o w er

DEF

GHI

JK L

MN O

P Q RS

T UV

W XY Z

R es et
S y s te m F a u lt
P o w er F a u l t

F i re P ro te c ti o n
A c ti v a t e d

S i el nc e A l arm s

C an c el Bu zz er
F R E F a u lt
S o un d e r F a u lt

D el a y

D i sp l ay Te st

P r e- a l a r m
D e la y
V e ri f i c a t io n

A Flap

D is a b le m e n t
V erif y

S el ec t

E di t

F un ct i o n

F R E D i sa b l e m e n t

0
S o u n d e r D i s a b le m en t
T e st

B Instructions
C Controls and indicators

B
C

Fire

Fire Routing
Activated

Esc

Previous

Next

Fault
Power

ABC

DEF

GHI

JKL

MNO

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

Sound Alarms

Reset
System Fault
Power Fault

Fire Protection
Activated

Silence Alarms

Cancel Buzzer

FRE Fault
Sounder Fault

Delay

Pre-Alarm
Delay

Display Test

Disablement
Verify

Select

Verification

Edit

Function

FRE Disablement

0
Sounder Disablement
Test

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Controls
Control

Access level

Verify

The button further delays the alarm from sounding


for a pre-configured time (up to 10 minutes) only if
Delay mode is active.

Delay

The button activates the delay mode for a preconfigured time of up to 8 hours.

Sound Alarms

The button starts the alarm sounders in the


system.

Silence Alarms

The button stops the alarm sounders from


sounding in the system.

Reset

The button resets the panel.

Cancel Buzzer

1(default)/ 2

Display Test

1/
2(default)

Esc
Previous

Next

Select

Function

Edit

Function

The button silences the audible warning buzzer at


the panel.
The button tests the LED indicators, buzzer and
display at the panel.

The button functions as a quit or escape key.

These buttons are used to scroll through active


event list, form fields and menu options.

This button is used to enter or accept a menu


option.

The button toggles the selections of a field in a


form.

The button is used in the edit mode to copy and


paste text in a label field.

The button allows editing of text entry in a field of a


form.

These buttons are used for entering numeric data.

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Light indications

Indication

Light
colour

Status of light and meaning


STEADY There is one or more fire(s) in the
system.

Fire
(Red)
Fault

OFF There are no fire(s) in the system.


STEADY There is at least one fault in the system,
view the fault log for details.

(Yellow)

OFF There are no faults.


STEADY There is at least one coincidence zone /
device in the pre alarm state.

Pre Alarm
(Red)

OFF There are no zones/device in coincidence fire.


STEADY The mains & battery are healthy

Power
(Green)
System fault

OFF The panel has no mains supply or battery


supply.
STEADY There is a system fault (MCU failure and
non-volatile memory corruption).

(Yellow)

OFF There is no system fault.


STEADY There is either a mains or battery supply
fault.

Power fault
(Yellow)
FRE Disablement

OFF There is no power fault.


STEADY The fire routing equipment (FRE) is
disabled.

(Yellow)
FRE fault

OFF The FRE is not disabled.


STEADY There is a fault with fire routing
equipment.

(Yellow)
Fire Protection Activated

OFF There is no fault with fire routing equipment.


STEADY The fire protection output has been
activated and there is an automatic fire call out.

(Red)
Fire Routing Activated

OFF The fire protection output is not active.


STEADY The fire routing output is active.
OFF The fire routing is not active.

(Red)
Sounder fault

STEADY There is a sounder circuit open or short


circuit fault.
(Yellow)

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OFF There is no sounder circuit fault.

Indication

Light
colour

Status of light and meaning


STEADY The system alarm sounders are disabled.

Sounder Disablement

OFF The system alarm sounders are not disabled.


(Yellow)
Disablement
(Yellow)

STEADY There is at least one disablement or the


panel is in engineering mode, view the disablement
log for details.
The engineering mode is normally accessed by
the servicing organisation.
OFF There are no disablement.
STEADY The delay mode is active.

Delay
(Yellow)

OFF The delay mode is not active.


STEADY The verification delay is active and alarms
are being delayed from sounding.

Verification
(Yellow)

OFF The verification delay is not active.


STEADY The panel is in test state.

Test

OFF The panel is not in test state.


(Yellow)

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Message description list for System 800


Any service and maintenance work on the panel or system must be carried out by a
trained maintenance engineer from the fire alarm servicing organisation.
Message displayed Description and checks
12V supply failed
12V supply OK
24V supply failed
24V supply OK
5V supply failed
5V supply OK
Access codes
reset
Access denied!
Access level
changed
Alarms silenced
Alarms sounded
Allocation Tx
Error
All zones in test
All zones out of
test
Batteries
discharged
Batteries
disconnected
Battery fault
cleared
Cannot put all
zones into test

Cannot test fire


input
Charger fault
Charger fault
Cleared
Class change Off
Class change
operated
Clock settings
saved
Customer mode
entered
Data saved
Day mode data
saved

64

The panel 12V supply has failed.


The panel 12V supply is OK.
The panel 24V supply has failed.
The panel 24V supply is OK
The panel 5V supply has failed.
The panel 5V supply is OK
The access codes have been manually reset to the factory
default settings.
The command or menu option selected cannot be executed at
the current access level. Enter a higher access level.
The access level has changed.
The fire alarms in the system have been manually silenced.
The fire alarms in the system have been manually activated
and are sounding.
The panel is not getting a response when communicating with
a device on the loop circuit.
All zones of the system have been manually put into a weekly
fire test state.
All zones of the system have been taken OUT of weekly fire
test.
The panel 12V 7Ahr batteries are discharged.
Replace batteries in the panel.
The panel 12V 7Ahr batteries have been disconnected.
The battery disconnection or discharge fault has cleared.
The panel is in a fire condition and a manual attempt to put all
zones into weekly fire test state is rejected.
Ensure the panel is not in fire condition before putting all zones
into test state.
The panel is in fire condition, therefore manual attempt to test
the fire input is rejected.
The battery charger in the panel has developed a fault.
Check the battery circuit wiring and battery fuse.
The fault associated with the battery charger circuit on the
electronic module has been cleared.
The class change input has been switched off.
The class change input has been operated and the sounders
in the system are active.
Changes made to the clock settings have been saved.
The customer mode has been entered to allow access to
menu options under level-3.
The changes made to the system configuration has been
saved.
Changes made to the day mode settings have been saved.

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Any service and maintenance work on the panel or system must be carried out by a
trained maintenance engineer from the fire alarm servicing organisation.
Message displayed Description and checks
Day mode entered
Detection devices
config. OK
Detection devices
not zoned
Device disabled /
enabled
Device has no
address
Device isloating
short circuit
Device type
compatible
Device type OK
Device wrong type
Duplicate address
fault cleared
Duplicate address
occurred
Engineering mode
entered
Exit engineering
mode
Exit to level one
External evacuate
activated
External evacuate
fault cleared
External evacuate
operated
External evacuate
reset
Fault routing
disabled
Fault routing
enabled
Fault routing
output fault
cleared
Fault routing
output O/C or SC
Fire input into
test
Fire input
operated
Fire input reset

The day mode is active. The day mode is automatically exited


after a pre-configured timeout period has elapsed
The detection device assignment has been configured
correctly.
The fire detection devices on the loop are not assigned to
zones. Assign each fire detection device to a zone of the fire
panel.
The device has been manually disabled / enabled.
A new device has been wired on the loop whilst the loop was
running.
The wiring between the displayed devices has a short circuit. If
however the short was on the wiring between the panel and
device then only one device address is displayed.
The device found on the loop is a valid type.
The device type replaced is now OK.
The device replaced is of a different type. Replace like for like
device.
The duplicate addressing fault has cleared.
The panel has found two devices having the same address.
Check the wiring and re-allocate the loop by re-powering the
loop and detection.
The engineering mode has been entered to allow access to
menu options under level-4.
There panel has timed out of engineering mode (level 4).
There has been a manual exit to access level 1 from either
level 2,3 or 4.
The external evacuate (local input) is still active.
The external evacuation (local input) has been cleared.
There has been an external evacuate signal at the local input
and the system alarms are sounding.
The external evacuate signal has been reset for normal
operation.
The fault routing equipment is disabled.
The output signal to fault routing equipment is enabled.
The fault associated with the fault routing output has cleared.
There is a open or short circuit fault between the fire routing
equipment and the control panel. Check the wiring between
the fault routing equipment and fire panel.
The local fire input has been manually put into test state.
The local input has signalled a fire condition.
The local fire input has been reset for normal operation.

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Any service and maintenance work on the panel or system must be carried out by a
trained maintenance engineer from the fire alarm servicing organisation.
Message displayed Description and checks
Fire not reset
Fire protection
equipment fault
cleared
Fire protection
equipment OC

Fire protection
equipment SC
fault
Fire routing
activated
Fire routing deactivated
Fire routing
disabled /
enabled
Fire routing
output fault
cleared
Fire routing
output O/C or S/C
fault
Fixed ext.
equipment fault
cleared
Hardware fault
during start up
Historic event
log erased
Incompatible
device
Invalid config
data
Invalid password
Labels cleared in
EEPROM
Left day mode
Left
Security/customer
/engineering mode
Local input
disabled /
enabled
Local input fault
cleared
Local input O/C
or S/C fault

Local input test


fire

66

Initial fire is still present or there is another fire.


Open or short circuit fault associated with the fire protection
circuit has been cleared.
There is an open circuit fault associated with the fire protection
equipment circuit.
Check the fire protection equipment wiring to the panel.
There is a short circuit fault associated with the fire protection
equipment circuit.
Check the fire protection equipment wiring to the panel.
The fire routing equipment connected to the fire panel has
been manually activated.
The fire routing equipment connected to the fire panel has
been manually de-activated.
The output signal to fire routing equipment connected to the
panel is disabled / enabled.
The fault associated with the fire routing output has cleared.
There is an open / short circuit fault between the fire routing
equipment and the control panel. Check the wiring between
the fire routing equipment and fire panel.
A fault associated with the fixed extinguishing equipment (fire
protection equipment) has cleared.
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The historic event log was erased.
The device installed on the loop does not have an isolater
fitted.
On exiting access level 4 the panel has found discrepency in
the configuration data. Check the panel configuration.
The password entered is not valid. Enter correct password.

The day mode timeout has expired.


There has been an automatic return to access level 1 after a
duration of controls not being used. If required, manually reenter the apropriate access level.
The local input has been disabled / enabled.
The short or open circuit fault on the local input lines have
cleared.
There is an open/short circuit fault on the local input, which
can be class change, fire input or external evacuate circuit
wiring.
Check wiring between the external equipment and fire panel.
The local fire input has been manually put into fire test state.
On completion of tests manually remove the test state from
the local fire input.

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Any service and maintenance work on the panel or system must be carried out by a
trained maintenance engineer from the fire alarm servicing organisation.
Message displayed Description and checks
Loop allocated
Loop device fault
cleared
Loop device
faulty
Loop device lost
Loop device
removed
Loop device
replaced
Loop map changed

Loop map saved


Loop not
allocated
Loop Running
Loop Stopped
Loop wiring fault
cleared
Loop wiring
partial short
circuit
Loop wiring short
circuit
Mains supply
failed
Mains supply OK
Maintenance visit
due
Master alarm 1/2
fault cleared
Master alarm 1/2
open/short
circuit
New password
saved
New Passwords do
not match, try
again
No devices found
on loop
No MCPs Tested
Panel already
reset

The control panel has completed address allocation of each


device found on the loop.
The fault associated with the loop device has cleared.
There is a hardware fault on the device.
Replace the loop device.
The device is not communicating.
Check and replace the device if necessary.
A device has been removed from the loop, for example
detector removed from its base.
Re-connect the device on the loop.
A previously removed device has been replaced.
The loop map is different to the one previously allocated.
Check the two map of loop allocations, compare them to find
the difference.
The loop map has been saved.
The loop is not allocated.
Allocate the loop.
The fire detection and alarm function of the loop circuit is fully
operational.
The loop has been powered down and fire/fault detection is
suspended.
The fault associated with loop wiring has cleared.
There is a partial short circuit wiring fault on the loop.
Identify the location of short circuit fault and rectify the faulty
wiring on the loop.
There is a short circuit wiring fault on the loop.
Identify the location of short circuit fault and rectify the faulty
wiring on the loop.
The mains supply to the panel has failed.
Check the mains supply to the panel. Also check the fused
spur to the panel and the mains fuse in the panel.
The mains supply to the control panel is OK.
This message prompts the responsible person to call the
servicing organisation to carryout periodical maintenance work
on the system.
The fault associated with the master alarm circuit 1 or 2 has
cleared.
There is an open / short circuit fault on the of master alarm
sounder circuit 1 or 2.
Check the wiring and ensure the end of line resistors are fitted
on the last sounder.
The new password for access levels 2, 3 or 4 had been
changed and saved.
There is a mismatch between copy 1 and copy 2 of the new
password.
There were no devices found on the loop circuit.
Following a manual request for weekly fire test message at the
panel no manual call points were tested.
More than one fire reset have been performed on the panel.
There is no need to reset sucessfully reset panel.

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Any service and maintenance work on the panel or system must be carried out by a
trained maintenance engineer from the fire alarm servicing organisation.
Message displayed Description and checks
Panel earth fault
Panel in customer
mode
Panel in
engineering mode
Panel in fire Access denied
Password must be
at least 4
characters
Regulated dc
supply high
Regulated dc
supply OK
Reset successful
Security mode
entered
Settings saved
Settings updated
Sounder disabled
Sounder enabled
Split loop
allocation
cleared
Split loop
alloc'd
System clock
adjusted
System clock not
set
System fault processor failure
System fault
cleared
Too many devices
on loop

Unknown device
type
Unsaved data!!
Enter to Save or
any key
Valid
configuration
Weekly fire test
due today
Zone disabled
Zone enabled
Zone test fire

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There is an earth fault at the panel.


Check the earth connections to the panel.
The panel is now in customer mode that is at access level 3.
The panel is now in engineering mode, that is at access
level 4.
Access to the functionality requested is not possible while the
panel is in fire condition.
The new password must be at least 4 character long.
The regulated DC power supply on the electronic module is
too high.
The regulated DC power supply is OK.
A manual fire reset from the panel was successful.
The security mode has been entered to allow access to menu
options under level - 2.
The changes made to settings in a form has been changed.
The settings made has been saved.
Alarm sounders in the system have been disabled.
The alarm sounders in the fire alarm system have been
enabled.
The split loop fault has cleared.
There is a split in the loop circuit wiring between end-1 and
end-2. Rectify the wiring fault.
The time and date settings at the panel have been adjusted.
The time and date has not been set at the panel.
Set the time and date at the panel.
The processor controlling the control panel has failed.
Call servicing organisation to rectify the fault.
The fault associated with the panel microprocessor has
cleared.
The number of devices found on the loop have exceeded the
maximum limit.
Disconnect and remove devices from loop to within the
accepted maximum range.
This device type is not recognised.
The modified data on the form has not been saved. Press
enter to save the shanges or press any key to exit the form
without saving the data.
The configuration remains valid after leaving access level 4.
This is a reminder message to carryout a weekly fire test on
the system.
A zone has been manually disabled.
A zone has been manually enabled.
The zone has been manually put into fire test state.

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Product data
System 800 fire alarm panel
Standards

EN54 Part 2 & Part 4

Number of Zone

24 zones per panel

Devices on loop

127 maximum

Battery supply

2 x 12V 7Ah

Standby period

24 hour standby + 0.5 hour alarm

Repeat panel output

To output to repeat indicator units


(up to 2 maximum per system)

Common fault output

Voltage free change over contacts rated 2A @ 30V

Common fire output

Voltage free change over contacts rated 2A @ 30V

24V supply out


Sounder circuits and load
Sounder End of line resistor
Auxiliary output
External power supply input
and monitoring
Panel Enclosure
Colour
Dimension
Approval

24V output
2 sounder circuits per panel 0.45A each
protected by auto reset thermal fuse
10K ohms resistor
Voltage free change over contacts rated 2A @ 30V
24V with mains and battery fail output
ABS
Light blue-grey - Pantone 538
Height 375mm x Width 355mm x Depth 115mm
Applied for LPCB approval

Approximate Weight
(without batteries)

3.1Kg

IP rating

IP 31

Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Terminal size
Cable entry points
Mains supply
Factory set access codes

0C to 50C
-20C to 60C
All terminals can accept a cable with a maximum of 2.5mm
cross section area
Top and back
230V AC 50Hz (+10% -15%)
Access level 2 2222 (timeout 3 minutes)
Access level 3 3333 (timeout 3 minutes)
Access level 4 4444 (timeout 4 hours)

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Notes

Notes

Gent Limited
140 Waterside Road, Hamilton Industrial Park, Leicester LE5 1TN
Tel : 0116 2462 000

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