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MX ADDRESSABLE FIRE CONTROLLERS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR VERSION 17


LIST OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION 1.1 KEY FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 2.1 OPERATORS INDICATORS AND CONTROLS 2.1.1 GENERAL 2.1.2 OPERATOR DISPLAY MODULE 2.1.3 OPERATOR CONTROL MODULE 2.1.4 DCM800 DISPLAY CONTROL MODULE 2.2 LCD DISPLAY 2.2.1 FIRE WINDOW 2.2.2 STATUS WINDOW 2.2.3 MAIN WINDOW 2.2.4 SOFTKEY WINDOW 2.3 NORMAL OPERATION 2.3.1 EVENT MONITORING 2.3.2 EVENT DISPLAY 2.4 OPERATION IN ALARM 2.4.1 SYSTEM RESPONSE 2.4.2 SOUNDER SILENCING 2.4.3 RESETTING THE CONTROLLER 2.4.4 MULTIPLE EVENTS 2.4.5 PRE-ALARM WARNINGS 2.5 OPERATION IN FAULT CONDITION 2.5.1 SYSTEM RESPONSE 2.5.2 OPERATOR ACTION 2.6 FIRE CONTROL KEYS 2.6.1 EVACUATE or FIRE ALARM 2.6.2 DAY/NIGHT MODE 2.6.3 TEST 2.7 AUXILIARY DISPLAY DEVICES 2.7.1 GENERAL 2.7.2 REPEATERS 2.7.3 PRINTERS CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS 3.1 ACCESS LEVELS 3.1.1 GENERAL 3.2 ENTERING PASSCODES 3.3 VALID VALUES 3.4 MAIN MENU

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3.5 ACCEPT EVENTS 3.6 VIEW STATUS 3.7 ISOLATE/DE-ISOLATE 3.8 TIME/DATE 3.8.1 SET TIME/DATE 3.8.2 SUMMER/WINTER 3.9 EVENT LOG 3.9.1 VIEW EVENT LOG 3.9.2 PRINT EVENT LOG 3.9.3 FILTER 3.10 VIEW/PRINT DATA 3.10.1 VIEW/PRINT POINTS ISOLATED 3.10.2 VIEW/PRINT POINTS UNTESTED/FAILED 3.10.3 VIEW/PRINT POINT VALUES 3.10.4 VIEW FAULTS 3.10.5 VIEW LOOP POINT COUNTERS 3.10.6 ACTIVE POINTS 3.10.7 BY FUNCTION 3.11 SERVICE 3.11.1 WALK TEST 3.11.2 MAINTENANCE 3.11.3 CONFIGURATION 4. ROUTINE CHECKS 4.1 GENERAL 4.2 DAILY CHECKS 4.3 WEEKLY CHECKS CPD INFORMATION

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Main menu Main menu SYSTEM SYSTEM Wed, 01-Mar-08 Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 14:15 Company Name Company Name 1 - Accept Events 1 - Accept Events 2 - View Status 2 - Actual Status 3 - Isolate/De-Isol 3 - (De-) Isolate 4 - Time / Date 4 - Time / Date 5 - Event Log 5 - Event Log 6 - View/Print Data 6 - View/Prn Status 7 - Service 7 - Service 8 - Configuration 9 - Test Buzzer, 9 - Test Buzzer, LED's Display LED's Display Alarm Count: 0021 Alarm Count: 0021
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1.

INTRODUCTION

The instructions given in this document are common to all the MX range of fire controllers, any differences being outlined as appropriate This document is written for Firmware Version 17. The MINERVA MX range, form a comprehensive and compatible range of modular and flexible EN54 approved (the MX2 and MX Black Box Panel are additional MX compatible units which are fully EN54 : Part. 2 and Part. 4 compliant) addressable fire controllers using Tyco MZX TechnologyTM. Standard MINERVA MX fire controllers include:

Power supply incorporates a 24V DC charger capable of charging up to 38Ah batteries to provide up to 72 hours backup and 30 minutes in alarm (BS 5839 : Part 1) or 90 hours backup and 15 minutes in alarm. Full EN54 compliant control switches and indicators with keyswitch enable and optional programmable LED indicators and control switches. Large backlit 16 line x 40 character LCD display with detailed and precise identification of all sectors, zones and points, comprehensive 95 character emergency procedure instructions and full system status indication including counters of number of points in alarm, fault, disabled and test mode. Extensive menu driven and password controlled operator and engineer functions including extensive isolate, override, test, service and diagnostic functions. System manager and engineer functions including editing of point descriptions and viewing/printing of point values including CO levels, temperatures and detector obscuration levels. Optional self-test and verification detectors from the controller. of

MX1000 250 point,16/32/ 40/80/120/160/ 200 or 240 zone network capable fire controller 1 loop controller in compact designer housing. MX4000 1000 point, 16/32/40/80/120/ 160/200 or 240 zone network capable fire controller - 2 to 8 loop controller in compact designer housing. T2000 1000 point, 16/32/40/80/120/160/ 200 or 240 zone network capable fire controller - 2 to 8 loop controller in Marine approved compact housing. MXR Fully functional repeater in compact designer housing. T2000 Marine Full Function Repeater. MX2-100 - 250 point, 16/32/40/80/160/200 or 240 zone network capable fire C.I.E. 1 loop C.I.E. in housing with integral backup batteries. MX2-200 - 1000 point, 16/32/40/80/160/200 or 240 zone network capable fire C.I.E. - 2 to 8 loop C.I.E. in housing with integral backup batteries.

Peer-to-peer communication with up to 98 other controllers providing a seamless operator interface to all other relevant defined controllers on the network. Event log for logging of up to 3000 events which can be viewed, selected and printed. Constant monitoring of all detectors and input circuits and processing of detector sensor information using standard, CCO and FastLogic fuzzy logic algorithms. Long term averaging and condition monitoring of smoke detectors with dirty detector identification. Automatic or manual switching of detector modes and sensitivities according to changes in occupancy patterns (day mode) and variations in fire risk. Constant fault monitoring of all hardware components, power supplies, batteries, relays, sounder and speaker circuits, addressable loops, detectors and addressable devices, monitored input circuits, remote and local communication links. Communication with up to 1000 addresses on up to 8 detection loops per controller and a combination of up to 1500 auxiliary I/O, controller plus 7 full function repeaters and multiple remote printers. PAGE 5 of 38

All variants fully comply with the requirements of EN54 parts 2 and 4 and may be installed in a system which complies with the requirements of BS 5839 : Part 1. The Marine versions also comply with the requirements of S.O.L.A.S. and marine Classification Societies.

1.1

KEY FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES

All MINERVA MX controllers are built around common hardware and software modules incorporating the following common functions and features: An integral 110-250V ac battery backed power supply providing 24V dc (nominal) at up to 5A (alarm load) for powering conventional detection zone interfaces (DIM800/DDM800), conventional sounders and beacons, door release mechanisms and interface relays and remote full function repeaters. 2009 Tyco Safety Products
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Signalling, supervision, status and fault indication of central station alarm signalling equipment such as BT Redcare STU. Option for one repeater to be provided from a remote PC computer using MX-Remote service and diagnostics software over the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Default cause and effect providing computer control of all outputs, sounders, beacons and speakers in the event of alarm conditions. Powerful programmable cause and effect using the flexible and easily configured MINERVA group based event/action programming language. Synchronisation and multiple output pulse patterns for phased evacuation of up to 240 zones using Bell Mapping. Arrangement of points in up to 240 detection zones per controller.

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Used to enter the number 1 or special symbols Used to enter the number 2 or letters A, B or C Used to enter the number 3 or letters D, E or F Used to enter the number 4 or letters G, H or I Used to enter the number 5 or letters J, K or L Used to enter the number 6 or letters M, N or O Used to enter the number 7 or letters P, Q, R or S Used to enter the number 8 or letters T, U or V Used to enter the number 9 or letters W, X, Y or Z

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATORS INDICATORS AND CONTROLS
GENERAL
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ALL operator controls and indicators are mounted on the front panel. For the MX/T2000, these are provided by the Operator Display Module (ODM800 - top module) and the Operator Control Module (OCM800 - bottom module). The ODM contains the alphanumeric LCD display, keypad and Softkeys. The OCM contains the ENABLE KEY, indicator LEDs and control keys. For MX2 systems all operator controls and indicators except the ENABLE KEY are provided by the Display Control Module (DCM800). The ENABLE KEY is provided separately at the bottom of the front panel. 2.1.2 OPERATOR DISPLAY MODULE

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The Operator Display Module (Fig. 3) contains the following indicators and controls:

SCROLL UP and SCROLL DOWN keys used to scroll through a display or log one entry at a time. These keys will auto-repeat if held down, ie, will scroll continuously.

A 640 character backlit LCD alphanumeric display, arranged in 16 rows of 40 characters. This is used to display information about the system status and alarms. The backlight is on when the keyswitch is set to the enable position, when a key is pressed or when an Alarm or Fault is present. Switches F1 to F5 - used to carry out the functions displayed on the bottom line of the LCD display. An alphanumeric keypad used for entering access codes, text strings or general information as follows:

When used in conjunction with the Configuration menu, the UP key switches to upper case and the DOWN key to lower case.

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Main menu Main menu SYSTEM SYSTEM Wed, 01-Mar-08 Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 14:15 Company Name Company Name 1 - Accept Events 1 - Accept Events 2 - Actual Status 2 - Actual Status 3 - Isolate/De-Isol 3 - (De-) Isolate 4 - Time / Date 4 - Time / Date 5 - Event Log 5 - Event Log 6 - View/Print Data 6 - View/Prn Sta 7 - Service 7 - Service 8 - Configuration 9 - Test Buzzer, 9 - Test Buzzer, LED's Display LED's Display Alarm Count: 0021 Alarm Count: 0021
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2.1.3

OPERATOR CONTROL MODULE

CONTROLS

The Operator Control Module (Fig. 5) contains the following indicators and controls: INDICATORS GENERAL

ENABLE keyswitch - a two position keyswitch, with positions normal (0) and enable (1). Seven control switches: SILENCE BUZZER - used to silence the internal buzzer. SILENCE/RESOUND - used to silence/ resound external sounders. EVACUATE (FIRE ALARM T2000) used to activate external sounders. RESET - used to reset the system after an alarm or event has occurred. DAY MODE - used to set the system into the daytime operation mode. INVESTIGATE DELAY - is used to end signalling delay time and start the investigation time. SPARE - is configurable to customer requirements. DCM800 DISPLAY CONTROL MODULE

2 red General ALARM LEDs. A yellow General Fault LED. A yellow General Disablement LED. A yellow General Test LED.

PROTECTION A red Activated LED. A yellow LED to indicate Fault. A yellow LED to indicate Disabled. DAY MODE A yellow LED to indicate Day Mode. 2.1.4 SIGNALLING A red Signalling Activated LED. A yellow Signalling Fault LED. A yellow Signalling Disabled LED.

The DCM800 (Fig. 4) is used on the MX2 variants to provide all the functions of the OCM800 and ODM800 as used in the MX and T2000 variants. Indicators and controls are defined as for the ODM800 and OCM800 modules in Section 2.1.2 and 2.1.3. The DCM800 includes all indicators and controls listed in these two sections except for the SPARE - FUNCTION KEY from the ODM800.

SOUNDER A red Sounders Activated LED. A yellow Sounder Fault LED. A yellow Sounders Disabled LED.

CONTROLLER A green Power ON LED. A yellow Mains Fault LED. A yellow System Fault LED. A yellow Power Fault LED indicates loss of mains and back up power (T2000 only).

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CONTROL SWITCHES

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2.2

LCD DISPLAY

The LCD display is divided into four windows as shown in Fig. 6:

Fire Main Status Softkeys

19 characters x 8 lines 19 characters x 14 lines 19 characters x 5 lines F1, F2, F4 and F5 - 7 characters, F3 - 8 characters

1 1234567890123456789 2 3 Fire 4 Window 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 Status Window

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2.2.1

FIRE WINDOW

2.2.2

STATUS WINDOW

The fire window in the quiescent mode will display the product name, date/time and company name. On detection of an Alarm condition, the fire window will display First Fire and associated information. For multiple alarms in the system the fire window will display the first and last alarms. The number of alarms is displayed at the right hand side of line 5 in the fire window.

The status window displays the number of faults, isolates etc. 2.2.3 MAIN WINDOW

The main window displays logs, information text, menus and device identification. 2.2.4 SOFTKEY WINDOW

First Fire Zone 002 B001 1st Floor Corridoor Room 117 Last Fire 002 Zone 030 B055 4th Floor Washroom / Window

The softkey windows change dependant on the option selected.

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2.3.2 EVENT DISPLAY

When the controller is initially powered up, with no faults or alarms in the system and the Enable key in the off position, the following screen is displayed:

The display automatically shows the last event of the category with the highest priority. With Scroll keys, it is possible to get all events in this category in chronological order. With Softkey F5 the user can change to another category (if available). Important: Category Full Alarm/Alert shows only the first point of a zone in alarm. If two points of one zone are in alarm, only the first one which was in alarm will be displayed. The second alarm can only be accessed via the menu option View Event Log.

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OPERATION IN ALARM
SYSTEM RESPONSE

When a fire condition is detected, the system responds as follows: 1) The internal buzzer will sound in a continuous tone. 2) Both red FIRE LEDs will light. 3) The SOUNDERS and SIGNALLING ACTIVATED red LEDs will light. Note: If the alarm is initiated by a detector, there may be a delay of from 1 to 10 minutes before the NOTIFICATION STATUS ACTIVATED led lights. This is to allow time for the alarm to be investigated and any relevant action taken before signalling is initiated. A Callpoint set to evacuate will initiate signalling immediately. Refer to Section 2.6.3. 4) For the MX controllers, the sounders and any other configured outputs will be activated. 5) The LCD will display a message in the format:

2.3.1

EVENT MONITORING

The term event is used to describe a change in system status that must be acknowledged and/or generates an output. Examples of events include:

Mains failure Detection of a fire condition Operation of EVACUATE/FIRE ALARM key

All events trigger a response, the category of which depends on the event type and will be one of the following (in priority order):

Full Alarm or Alert Pre-Alarm Fault Isolation Test Mode Warning Information

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When an event occurs, it is stored in the event log. The contents of this log may be displayed in two formats: Unaccepted and locally accepted events All events in chronological order of occurrence

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6) For a T2000 controller, the sounders and any other configured outputs will be activated. If the alarm is not accepted within the programmed delay period by pressing the INVESTIGATE DELAY key, all other sounder outputs will be activated. The message format is as follows: Under FIRE: The top line shows the Zone and Point number of the device in alarm. The second line shows the zone description (defined at configuration). The third line shows the point description (defined at configuration). The fourth line shows the type of alarm. If no information text is shown: The fifth line shows date and time. The sixth line shows the device type. The seventh line shows the actual CURRENT temperature (if heat sensor). Note: The above is only displayed if Extended Alarm Information has been selected at configuration.

THIS OCCURS MOST NOTABLY IN DEEP SEATED FIRES IN DENSELY PACKED MATERIALS, AREAS WHERE FIRES MAY OCCUR IN CUPBOARDS AND STOREROOMS REMOTE FROM DETECTORS AND WHERE SMOKE IMPERVIOUS BARRIERS EXIST BETWEEN THE SEAT OF THE FIRE AND THE DETECTOR (SUCH AS WITHIN WALL CAVITIES). THESE FACTORS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED CAREFULLY BEFORE DECLARING SAFE ANY AREA WHERE A CARBON MONOXIDE FIRE DETECTOR HAS RAISED AN ALARM. Once the cause of the alarm has been determined and all appropriate action has been taken, silence the sounders as follows: a) Insert the key into the front panel keyswitch and turn it clockwise to the enable position. b) Press SILENCE/RESOUND. The system will respond as follows: i) ii) The sounders will be silenced. The SOUNDER ACTIVATED LED will extinguish.

iii) All other outputs will remain activated. Under First Fire: The first three lines from FIRE are repeated. The number of alarms is displayed on the black bar underneath the first fire information. 2.4.2 SOUNDER SILENCING iv) The LCD display will remain showing the type of alarm and the full zone identification. The GENERAL display window will show Sound SIL. If it is required to manually resound the sounders, pressing the SILENCE/RESOUND key will reactivate the sounders.

When a FIRE ALARM is received, investigate the cause of the alarm.

WARNING: WHEN SEARCHING AN AREA FOR THE SOURCE OF A FIRE ALARM SIGNAL, WHERE A FIRE ALARM HAS BEEN INITIATED BY A CARBON MONOXIDE FIRE DETECTOR, IT MUST BE REMEMBERED THAT A CARBON MONOXIDE FIRE DETECTOR MAY GENERATE AN ALARM BEFORE OTHER FIRE INDICATORS (SUCH AS SMOKE) ARE PRESENT.

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2.4.3 Note: 1) When the system is in a Fire Alarm state, Silence must be operated before Reset is possible. This interlock is always present under Fire Alarm condition, even if all sounders are isolated. 2) The controller should also NOT be reset until the source of the alarm has been determined by the Fire Brigade or the cause otherwise found (and the condition removed). Once the notes above have been observed, press the RESET key. The display will show the following message: Reset in Progress... * After 17 to 20 seconds, the LCD will return to the normal display (Section 2.3) if no faults or other events are present. 2.4.4 MULTIPLE EVENTS

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RESETTING THE CONTROLLER If the detector subsequently shows an alarm condition, an alarm will be generated, regardless of whether the prealarm warning was accepted.

2.5
2.5.1

OPERATION IN FAULT CONDITION


SYSTEM RESPONSE

When a Fault condition is detected, the system will respond as follows: a) The internal buzzer will pulse. b) The yellow GENERAL FAULT LED will light. c) The LCD backlight will come on and will display the following type of screen:

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If, when in alarm condition, a second alarm (of another zone) is received, the system response is dependent on the nature and source of the second alarm as follows: a) If the sounders have NOT been silenced, the following will occur: i) The internal buzzer will continue to sound without interruption. ii) The LCD will continue to display the alarm message for the FIRST fire alarm and also the last fire alarm. iii) The alarm count will be incremented. 2.4.5 PRE-ALARM WARNINGS

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The message format is as follows: The top line shows the Zone and point number in fault condition. The second line shows the zone description (defined in configuration). The third line shows the point description (defined in configuration). The fourth line shows the type of fault. If no information text is shown: The fifth line shows the date and time. The sixth line shows the device type. The message will continue to be displayed until the intervention of an operator or the fault is cleared. 2.5.2 OPERATOR ACTION

If the LCD shows a message including a warning indication, a pre-alarm condition has been detected by the controller. This may be indicated for example, if a detector identifies a build-up of smoke or heat that might result from a fire, but the alarm threshold has not yet been reached. The internal buzzer will sound but the sounders and visual fire indicators will remain inactive at this stage. Proceed as follows: a) Accept the event, (if the option is available), noting the location of the event. b) Initiate action to deal with the condition indicated, taking care to determine if the warning was initiated by a fire condition or by a system fault.

When a Fault condition occurs, proceed as follows: a) Press the SILENCE BUZZER key. The internal buzzer will silence, but the LED and display will continue to operate as described.

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b) Investigate the source of the fault and where possible remove. Note: If the fault cannot be cured, contact your local supplier and arrange for a service visit. The fault information will be displayed until the fault is cleared.

2.6.2

DAY/NIGHT MODE

In night mode the system activates immediately when an alarm is received, the internal buzzer, all sounders and alarm signalling outputs operate. In day mode, on receipt of an alarm, only the internal buzzer and sounders are activated immediately. A delay time is started (default 60 seconds) in which the alarm message must be acknowledged (Investigate delay switch) to start the investigation time. If there is no acknowledgement within this time, the alarm signalling outputs will be activated. The investigation time (default 10 minutes) is the time remaining for staff to carry out investigation of the alarm source, before the alarm signalling outputs will be activated. An evacuate callpoint will initiate an immediate alarm. Signalling is always immediate if sounder faults exist in the system. 2.6.3 INVESTIGATE DELAY

2.6

FIRE CONTROL KEYS

There are six fire control keys on the Operator Control Module (or Display Control Module for MX2), namely:

SILENCE BUZZER SILENCE/RESOUND RESET DAY MODE INVESTIGATE DELAY EVACUATE (FIRE ALARM for Marine)

Only the SILENCE BUZZER key is active without the Enable key being inserted and turned to the Enabled position. The functions of SILENCE BUZZER, SILENCE/ RESOUND and RESET have already been described. The functions of EVACUATE or FIRE ALARM, INVESTIGATE DELAY and DAY MODE are described in the following paragraphs. 2.6.1 EVACUATE or FIRE ALARM

The INVESTIGATE DELAY switch is only active when the controller is in the DAY MODE of operation. If a Fire Alert is received at the controller, the signalling output is delayed for 1 minute, if the Investigate Delay switch is pressed during this period a further delay (configurable between 1 and 10 minutes) is initiated. This delay allows for the alarm to be investigated, if it is a false alarm, the cause of the alarm can be removed and the controller to be silenced and reset. If the alarm is real, then pressing the EVACUATE/FIRE ALARM switch will cause the signalling output to activate. 2.6.4 TEST

Once enabled by the keyswitch, pressing EVACUATE or FIRE ALARM will cause the following: a) The internal buzzer will sound continuously. b) The red FIRE LEDs will light. c) The sounders and any other configured outputs are activated. d) The LCD will display the following type of screen:

Pressing 9 Test Buzzer, LEDs & Display causes all the LEDs and internal buzzer to operate for a few seconds. If the system includes a repeater panel, only the panel that is operated is activated.

2.7
2.7.1

AUXILIARY DISPLAY DEVICES


GENERAL

FirstFirst Fire Fire Zone 000 RB002R12 System Zone Evacuate Button 001

F I R E

Depending on the configuration of the system, there may be one or more auxiliary display devices fitted. These devices may be of the following types:


Information Not Available

Repeaters Printers

General

The functions of and operating instructions for these devices are given in the following paragraphs.

Menu

Info

Passcode Not Clr

More
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2.7.2

REPEATERS

3.1
3.1.1

ACCESS LEVELS
GENERAL

A repeater allows the controller to be operated from a remote location and provides remote indications of the state of the controller. The front panel of the repeater is identical to that of the controller (see Fig. 1) and all controller operations may be performed at the repeater panel. 2.7.3 PRINTERS

The access levels available are as follows:

Customer Operator 1 to 7 - 4 digits Customer Manager 1 - 5 digits Customer Manager 2 - 5 digits

Refer to the manual supplied with the printer for operating instructions. 2.7.3.1 LCD REPEATERS

These access levels are described in the following paragraphs. A maximum of 99 Passcodes are available which may be split between Access Levels as required. Note: The Customer Operator 1 Access Level is achieved by turning the ENABLE key to the enable position (ie, a Passcode is not required).

LCD Repeaters can:

Display the alarm and fault messages as displayed on the Controller on a backlit 4 x 20-character alphanumeric display. Provide an internal log for up to 150 events. Provide an internal audible warning of an event. Allow the event log to be displayed using the scroll keys. Silence the internal buzzer and external sounder (if fitted) with the MUTE key.

Table 1 contains Access Levels and Menu Options available at each level.

3.

CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS

As stated, the MX controller has built-in functions. These functions allow the operator to perform such actions as viewing the event log, setting the date and time, etc. The functions are arranged according to sophistication and access to certain of them necessarily needs to be restricted to trained staff. The control of access has been achieved by assigning functions to Access Levels, each Access Level having an associated numeric passcode. The passcode for a particular Access Level is defined at system configuration.

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Lamp/Buzzer/LCD Test Unrestored Events Information Text View Events (Scrolling) MAIN MENU Accept Events View Status Isolate/De-Isolate Time/Date Set time/Date Summer/Winter Event log View Event Log Print Event Log Filter View/print status Points Isolated Points Untested/Failed Point Values View Faults Loop Point Counter Active Points By Function Service Walk Test Maintenance engineer Fire Alarm Cycle Count Maintenance Request Battery Test Project Numbers Software Versions Menu Points Configuration Change Text

Customer Operator 3 4 5

Customer Manager 1 2

Enable Key OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON/OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON

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18 18 18 20 21 21 21 21 22 22 22 23 23 23 23 24 24

25 26 28 28 28 28 29 29 29 29 30

Table. 1

Menu Options and Access Levels

3.2

ENTERING PASSCODES

3.3

VALID VALUES

In order to avoid repetition, however, the general procedure for entering a PASSCODE is described as follows: i) Turn the ENABLE key to the ON position, press F3 (Passcode), enter your ID (press F5 Enter if the ID has only one digit).

The following are values which may be entered for each option: Panel Number Zone Number Sector Number RBus Number Real Point Pseudo Point XBus Point Local I/O Real Point Pseudo Point IOBus point Timer Point User Point 1 - 99 1240* 1 - 240 0 - 15 1 - 24 1-8 1 - 96 1 - 18 1 - 42 1 - 24 1 - 10 1 - 10

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View Status

When the system is in quiescent mode (ie, displaying the date and time), entering a passcode affords the user access to the main menu. The structure of this menu is shown below.

Main menu MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 00:01 Company Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Accept Events View Status Isolate/De-Isol Time / Date Event Log View/Print Data Service Configuration Test Buzzer, LEDs & Display 0021

General

Back
Point - allows the status of any points on the system (both inputs and outputs) to be checked. Point I/P only - allows the status of only input devices to be checked (eg, detectors). Point O/P only- allows the status of only output devices to be checked (eg, sounders, functional bases, etc.). Zone - allows the total status of all points in a specified zone to be checked. Zone Maps - a zone map can be displayed for Alarm, Fault, Test, Isolated Inputs Protection Equipment, Sounders and Plant Equipment states. A grid of 80 zones is displayed which can be scrolled between pages. Network Status - allows the status of panels on the network to be checked (only if a network is configured). Select the required number from the View Status menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

General

Alarm Count:
Back

The menu shown is for Customer Manager 2 level. Only the options appropriate to the access level entered will be displayed. Each of the options available leads to further menus or functions, which are described in the following paragraphs.

3.5

ACCEPT EVENTS

Allows displayed events to be accepted. Press 1 from the main menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

Accept Events SYSTEM Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name BATTERY FAULT Zone 000 R10 System Zone Battery Fault IP 01-Mar-00 14:15:02 Digital Input
MX Panel Point Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name 1 - Loop Point 2 - RBus Point 3 - Local I/O Point View Status

General
Fault 02

General

Back

Accept

<<

1000 >>
Back
Select the type of Point or Zone: 1) Loop Point (Addressable Loop). 2) RBus Point. 3) Local I/O Point. The following type of screen will be displayed: Note: If the panel is in a networked system, the panel number will be shown as in the following example.

Use the F4 Key << and F5 key >> keys to move between events. Use F3 Accept to accept an event.

3.6

VIEW STATUS

Allows the status of all points and zones on the system to be viewed. Press 2 from the Main menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

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Actual Status Input can be in one of the following states:

View Status MX Panel Point Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Panel 02 Loop A Point 001

Normal Fault Active PreAlarm

General
Actual Status Output can be in one of the following conditions: On Off Pulse 1 Pulse 2

Back

>>

Enter

Loop Point (Addressable Loop) Use the +, - and >> keys to select the required Loop and Point, then press Enter key. RBus Point (Remote Bus) Use the +, - and >> keys to select the required RBus, Category and Point, then press Enter key. Local I/O Point (Field Interface Module) Use the +, - and >> keys to select the required Category and Point, then press Enter key.

Selecting Zone will display the following type of screen:

View Status MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Zone 002 South Building 1st Floor Corridoor Alarm Fault Isolate Walk Test : : : : NO* NO* NONE** NO*

General

The following type of screen will be displayed:

View Status MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Point Zone 006 A007
Back

Zone 06 Call alarm in room CP 820 Input Normal Output

Screen display (the asterisks are not shown on the screen): *YES/NO **NONE/ PARTIAL/ALL Function Keys F3/F4 will decrement/increment the zone number. Description

General

Back

Point Input and Point Output are displayed in the same format. The top line shows the selected option. The second line shows the Zone and Point number of the device. The third line shows the Sector description (defined at configuration). The fourth line shows the Zone description (defined at configuration). The fifth line shows the Point description (defined at configuration). The sixth line shows the device type.

Alarm Fault Isolate Isolate

Yes Yes All Partial

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Walk Test

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Node Type MX Panel Minerva Panel Other Node, e.g. TXG Unconfigured Node Unexpected Reply From Unconfigured Node For Zone Maps, select: 1 - Alarm 2 - Fault 3 - Test 4 - Isolated Inputs 5 - Protection Eqp. 6 - Sounders 7 - Plant Equipment

State of network communication to supervisor Good In Fault M m N n O o . ? Table 1:

3.7

ISOLATE/DE-ISOLATE

The Isolate/De-isolate option allows the following to be isolated/de-isolated:

View Zone Maps MX Panel Wed, 01-Jan-0 14:15 Company Name Alarm Zones 0123456789 0..A....... 10.......... 20.......... 30.....A.... 40.......... 50.......... 60.......... 70.......... 80.

Point Complete Point Input Point Output By Function Detectors Callpoints (also interrupt devices) Alarm I/Ps Sounders Protection Eqp. Extinguishing Plant Equipment

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 F2 F3 F4 F5

General

Back

>>

Active zones are shown by a letter indicating the type of zone map selected. Selecting 6 Network Status will display the following type of screen (only available if a network is configured):

Extinguish Controls Fault Signalling Alarm Signalling All Sounders

Network Status MX Panel Wed, 01-Jan-09 14:15 Company Name Nodes 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0123456789 Mm...... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........

Press 3 from the Main menu. The following screen will be displayed:

Isolate/De-Isolate

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-09 14:15 Company Name 1 2 3 4 Point Point I/P only Point O/P only By Function

General

General
Zones 000 A.I/P 000 Sndrs 000

Back
See Table 1 for an explanation of the displayed codes.

Back

Ext.Ctl

Flt Sig

Alm Sig All SND

Select the required number from the Isolate/De-Isolate menu, then select the type of point (as described in Section 3.5):

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Loop Point (Addressable Loop) Use the +, - and >> keys to select the required Loop and Point, then press Enter key. RBus Point (Remote Bus) Use the +, - and >> keys to select the required RBus, Category and Point, then press Enter key. Local I/O Point (Field Interface Module) Use the +, - and >> keys to select the required Category and Point, then press Enter key. CAUTION:

The following screen shows an example of Zone isolation:


Isolate/De-Isolate Zone Detectors Zone 001

MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name

Zone 01 Isolate All Successes Matches : 003 : 003

General
Isola 003
Back

Successes: Matches:

Isolating I/O points may break compliance with EN54. Caution should be exercised when dealing with mandatory switches and indicators. Such operations are reserved for authorised trained personnel only.

Number of points that were Isolated Number of points in Zone (detectors)

The following screen shows an example of All Sounders isolation:


Isolate/De-Isolate All Sounders

The following screen shows an example of Point isolation:

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-00 14:15 Company Name

Isolate/De-Isolate

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Point Complete Zone 002 B002 South Building 1st Floor Corridoor Room 117 801 H Status IP: Normal ISOLATED INPUT 2 - De-Isolate
Back
Isolation Status In the Customer Operator access levels, only points on the addressable loop can be isolated or de-isolated. Isolations are counted and displayed (eg, Isol 001). If only the input or output of a point is isolated, this is counted as a complete isolation of the point.

General
Isola 006 Iso.S 006
Back

General
Isola 001

Successes Matches

: 006 : 006

Successes: Matches: Isola: Iso.S:

Number of sounders (De-)Isolated Number of sounders in Zone Number of points Number of isolated sounders

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3.8.2 SUMMER/WINTER

Press 4 from the Main menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Press 2 from the Time/Date menu. Select summer, the following type of screen will be displayed:

Time / Date MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name 1 - Set Time/Date 2 - Summer/Winter

MX Panel Wed, 01-Jan-09 14:15 Company Name

Summer/Winter Summertime 28-Mar-09 28-Mar-10 28-Mar-11 28-Mar-12 28-Mar-13 28-Mar-14 28-Mar-15 28-Mar-16 28-Mar-17 28-Mar-18 +1h +1h +1h +1h +1h +1h +1h +1h +1h +1h Winter

General

General

Back
Back

3.8.1

SET TIME/DATE

These screens cannot be changed, use F5 to toggle between Winter and Summer. Dates are not shown on a T2000.

Press 1 from the Time/Date menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

3.9

EVENT LOG

Time / Date MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Date : 01-Mar-00 Time : 14:15:17

Press 5 from the Main menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Event Log

MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 00:01 Company Name 1 - View Event Log 2 - Print Event Log 3 - Filter

General

General

Back

>>

Save

Use the >> key to move the cursor between options, enter date and time values via the keypad or Softkey F3 (-) and F4 (+). Note: 1) When a value has been changed, F5 shows Save, use this key when all editing has been completed. 2) Months January to September can also be entered with the keypad: 1 = January ................... 9 = September

Back
3.9.1 VIEW EVENT LOG

This option allows all events in the event log to be viewed or printed. Select option 1 from the Event Log menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:
Event Log

MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Zone 000 System Zone TEST FINISHED 04-Feb-02 19:30:00 - Empty Information only 0001/0010

General

Back
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<<

<<

>>

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The latest event is displayed, use the << and >> keys to scroll through the log and the |<< to move to the back of the log or the >>| key to move to the front of the log.

3.9.3

FILTER

Select option 3 from the Event Log menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

EventID - Displays the absolute number of an event (1 to 65,535). After 65,535 it starts with 1 again. 0001/0010 - The first number is the actual position in the event log (1 means it displays the newest event log entry. The second number displays the number of entries in the event log (max. 3,000).

Event Log MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Fire Gas Alert Pre Alarm Supervisory Fault Isolate Test Mode Warning Information -

General

The newest/last event will be displayed when the Event Log is entered. 3.9.2 PRINT EVENT LOG

Back

View

Print

Select option 2 from the Event Log menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

It is possible to view and to print the events of single categories. The category is selected by pressing the appropriate option number. It is also possible to select several categories, the selected categories are denoted by a + sign. Press F4 to view the selected categorie(s) as described in Section 3.8.1 or F5 to print the selected category(s) as described in Section 3.8.2.

Event Log MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Destination : Default Printer How far back: to start: 0010

3.10 VIEW/PRINT DATA


Allows the following options to be viewed/printed. On networked systems, the status of any panel on the network may be viewed/printed:

General

How many entries required: 0010 Lowest priority of interest : 00 Print initiated

Back >> + Print This menu option is only available if at least one printer is configured.
The destination printer can be selected if more than one printer is configured. The priorities available are shown in the following table: Lowest Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . Highest Priority Information Only Reset/Restarted Expected Events Isolates Warnings Visible Isolate Other Faults Critical Faults Gas Alert Alarm Threshold Non-Life Risk Level 12 Life Risk Alarms General Alarm

Points Isolated Points Untested/Failed (during Walk Test) Point Values View Faults (no print option) Loop Point Counters (no print option) Active Points By Function

Select option 6 from the Main menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

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General

7 - Active Points 8 - By Function

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Press F5 to print the Untested/Failed points. Points which are not tested or points which return the wrong condition are then listed. 3.10.3 VIEW/PRINT POINT VALUES Select option 3 from the View/Print Status menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

3.10.1 VIEW/PRINT POINTS ISOLATED Select option 1 from the View/Print Status menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

Points Isolated MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Input Total : 004 Zone 001 -001 B Point Text -------------------001 -002 B Point Text

Point Values MX Panel Panel 02 Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Loop A Point 002

General

Back

Output

Print

General

Note: If the panel is part of a networked system, another screen is displayed before the above screen where the panel number may be selected. Press F5 Print to print a list of all isolated points. The F2 Key selects either isolated inputs or isolated outputs. Points which are completely isolated (input and output) will be shown in both lists. 3.10.2 VIEW/PRINT POINTS UNTESTED/ FAILED Note: This option only works whilst still in Walktest. Select option 2 from the View/Print Status menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

Back

>>

Enter

Select the panel number (if the panel is part of a networked system), loop and point number required. >> - next field _ - the number is decremented + - the number is incremented Pressing F5 displays the following screen:

Point Values MX Panel Zone 003 Wed, 01-Jan-09 14:15 Company Name A023 Zone 03 Heat Sensor Device 801 H Real: 801H Mode: Std R.o.(21) Sens: N/A 22 oC (073) Print

Pts Untested/Failed MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Total : 004 Zone 001 -001 B Point Text -------------------Zone 001 -002 B Point Text

General

General

Back

Press F5 to print the Point Values of the selected loop (not only the displayed point).

Back

Print

Note: If the panel is part of a networked system, another screen is displayed before the above screen where the panel number may be selected.

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3.10.4 VIEW FAULTS Select option 4 from the View/Print Status menu, the following type of screen will be displayed:

Loop Point Counters MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Counter Loop : A PASSED Configured : 010

View Faults MX Panel Total Wed, 01-Jan-08 14:15 Company Name Zone 000 Zone 000 : 002 R10 R12

General

General
Flt P 002

Back

Details

Scan

Back
This option is view only. 3.10.5 VIEW LOOP POINT COUNTERS

Configured - the number of points configured.

Conditions for PASSED

This option is view only. Select option 5 from the View/ Print Status menu, the following screen will be displayed:

The number of configured points is equal the detected count of points on the loop. There are no unconfigured points. Detected points from left, right and both sides are equal.

Loop Point Counters MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Panel 02 Loop A

If all conditions are not satisfied, the ATTENTION screen will be displayed showing the relevant counters.

Loop Point Counters MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Counter Loop : A A T T E N T I O N Configured : 010 Conf. & Ident: 009

General

General
Back
>> + Enter

Note: Only the Loop will be shown if the panel is not networked.

Back
Select the required panel (only if the panel is networked) and loop, then press the Enter key. The following message is displayed: Please Wait... for approximately 2 minutes until the count is complete, if no faults are found, the following type of screen will be displayed:

Details

Scan

Configured - the number of points configured. Conf & Ident - shows how many points are connected, identified and configured on the loop. Not Conf. - shows how many points were identified on the loop but not configured. Both Sides/Left Side/Right Side - Shows how many points on the loop are recognised by the panel. Left Side and Right Side is the count from both sides. Both Sides means the detection of a closed loop.

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They are displayed as follows:

3.10.5.1 DETAILS Press the Details key (F2), the following type of screen will be displayed:

. * l r

Empty (not used) OK: detected from both sides (eg, points 33 and 82) Only detected from left side (eg, points 4 and 21) Only detected from right side (eg, 60 to 64)

Loop Point Counters MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Details Loop : Point 0 : 10 : 20 : 30 : 40 : 50 : 60 : 70 : 80 : A 0123456789 ......u... .......... .c........ ...o...... .......... .......... ooooo..... .......... ..........

General

Function key F2 scrolls through the loop. 3.10.6 ACTIVE POINTS

Back

>>

All 250 addresses may be displayed using the >> key. The connection detail of each point is shown by the following symbols: o c u OK: point connected, configured and identified (eg, point 33 and points 60 to 64) Point was configured but not connected or identified (eg, point 21) Point was not configured but connected (eg, point 6)

Select option 7 from the View/Print Status Menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name

Active Points Current active pts. Total : 0

General

Function key F2 scrolls through the loop.

Back
3.10.5.2 SCAN Press the Scan key (F3), the following type of screen will be displayed:

Iso&Act

Print

Pressing Iso&Act (F2) will display the following screen:

Loop Point Counters MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name Left / Right Scan Loop : A Point 0123456789 0 : ....l..... 10 : .......... 20 : .l........ 30 : ...*...... 40 : .......... 50 : .......... 60 : rrrrr..... 70 : .......... 80 : ..*.......

MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name

Active Points Isolated active pts Total : 0

General

General

Back

Iso&For

Print

Back

>>

The points are shown which were detected from both sides (Left/Right).

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Pressing Iso&For (F2) will display the following screen:

Select option 1 from the Fire Inputs menu, the following screen will be displayed:

MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name

Active Points Isolated Forced pts Total : 0

Active Fire IPs MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name


Panel: Page : 1 0/ 0

General

General

Back

All Act

Print

Back
Select option 2 from the Fire Inputs menu, the following screen will be displayed:

3.10.7

BY FUNCTION

Select option 8 (also available via F1 (View) button) from the View/Print Status Menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Fire IPs in Fault MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name


Panel: Page : 1 0/ 0

By Function MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name


1 2 3 4 5 6 Fire Inputs Non-Fire Inputs All Loop O/Ps Sounders Protection Eqp. Plant Equipment

General

General

Back
Select option 3 from the Fire Inputs menu, the following screen will be displayed:

Back
Screens for options 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are the same type as for option 1 Fire Inputs. 3.10.7.1 FIRE INPUTS Select option 1 from the By Function menu, the following screen will be displayed:

Isolated Fire IPs MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name


Panel: Page : 1 0/ 0

General

Fire Inputs MX Panel Wed, 21-Aug-07 08:01 Company Name


1 - Active 2 - Fault 3 - Isolated

Back

General

Back

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Depending on the selected settings, the display will change. The following screen is an example of Area selected as Point.

3.11 SERVICE
Press 7 from the Main menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Service MX Panel Wed, 09-Aug-08 00:01 Company Name 1 - Walk Test 2 - Maintenance

Walk test MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 00:01 Company Name Panel Area Type Location Zone Point : : : : : : 01 Point Input Loop 01 01

General

General

Mode : MANUAL Multisensor : Part

Back

>>

Start

Back
To start the Walk Test press F5. Note: The Maintenance and Diagnostics options are only available at Customer Manager level and will not be displayed for lower levels. 3.11.1 WALK TEST

Possible Settings
Panel Panel selection is only available for panels that are in a networked system. Area

When selected, this option allows single or multiple points to be tested without an alarm being raised. Press 1 from the Service menu. Only one Walk Test session can be active at one time.

All Zone Point


Type

Walk Test of all elements of a specific type. (Selection in the field Type eg, callpoints). Walk Test of all elements of a specific type in a special zone. Walk Test of the input of a single point.

Walk test MX Panel Wed, 09-Mar-08 00:01 Company Name Panel Area Type Loop : : : : 01 All Input All

General
Mode : MANUAL Multisensor : Part

Back

>>

Start

Input Detectors Alarm I/Ps Call Points Sounders


Loop

Use the >>, - and + keys to select the required options. The Panel number is only displayed when it is part of a networked system.

Walk Test of all inputs. Walk Test of detectors. Walk Test of default inputs covered by supergroup Fire Alarm Inputs SG. Walk Test of call points. Walk Test of sounders by loop or all loops plus FIM sounders.

Only with Area as All or Zone. Walk Test of all loops or of a specific loop (A, B, C or D). Location Only with Area selected as Point.

Loop

A point on the loop.

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Zone Only with Area selected as Point.

3.11.1.1 ALL INPUTS Select the following settings:

Loop
Point

Selection of a specific zone is possible.

Only with Area selected as Point. Selection of a specific zone is possible. Mode MANUAL Detectors to be tested manually. AUTOMATIC Only if type selected is detector Self test will be carried out by detectors. The following detectors support the self test function: 801PHEx 801PH 811PHExn 811PH 801CHEx 801CH 811CHExn 811CH 801I 813P This mode is only available if an 813P detector is configured. If an 813P detector fails this test, it must be manually tested to confirm the failure. Multisensor

Area: Type: Loop:

All Input All

Press F5 to start the Walk Test. The following screen shows an example for the Walk Test All Inputs option:

Walk test MX Panel All Inputs Wed, 09-Mar-08 00:01 Company Name

General
TestZ 001

Selected Excluded Been Active Been Clear Successful Curr.Active

: : : : : :

007 000 005 007 005 000 End

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Selected: Excluded:

Details Settings

Been Active: Been Clear: Successful: Curr.Active: TestZ:

Full Part
It is only possible to select either Automatic, Lasertest or Multisensor. The panel itself prevents selection of more than one option. Note: If Full Walk Test is selected, both modes of the detector must be activated (eg, both heat and optical mode for 801PH). If Part Walk Test is selected, the detector has to be activated in the mode in which it is operating (eg, for 801PH optical and heat, both modes active, then activation of either the optical or heat will activate the processing. If only the heat mode is active, then only activation of the heat mode will create an alarm.

Number of points selected by the test. Number of Points not in Walk Test (ie, points isolated). Number of points which have been activated during Walk Test. Number of points which were not active when starting Walk Test. Number of tested points. Points which are currently active. Number of zones which are in Walk Test. The pointer is only counted if all points in a zone are in Walk Test.

Press F3 to display details of the Walk Test, press F4 for more details, press F5 to print details. Press F3 to display selected settings. Press F5 to end Walk Test. CAUTION: THE FINISHING OF A WALK TEST IS ONLY POSSIBLE IF ALL POINTS IN THE WALK TEST ARE INACTIVE.

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3.11.1.2 SOUNDERS Select Sounders in the Type field. No results will be shown on the display. The selected sounders will be activated in a pulsing mode. 3.11.1.3 POINT Select the following settings: 3.11.2

CAUTION: THE FINISHING OF A WALK TEST IS ONLY POSSIBLE IF ALL POINTS IN THE WALK TEST ARE INACTIVE.

MAINTENANCE

Area: Type: Location: Zone: Point:

Point. Input (appears automatically). Loop (appears automatically). Required number. Required number.

Press 2 from the Service menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Maintenance 1 - Fire Cycle Count 3 - Maint. Request 4 - Battery Test 6 - Project Numbers 7 - S/W Versions 9 - Menu Points

Press F5 to start the Walk Test. The following screen shows an example for the Walk Test of Point Input:

General

Walk test MX Panel Wed, 09-Mar-08 00:01 Company Name Point I/P only Zone 006 A007 Zone 06 Call alarm in room CP820 Selected Excluded Activations Curr.Active : : : : 1 0 0 NO End

Back
3.11.2.1 VIEW FIRE ALARM CYCLE COUNT When selected, the number of Alarm sequences may be viewed. Press 1 from the Maintenance menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

General
TestZ 001

Fire AL.Cycle Count MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Count : 0025

Back

Details Settings

Selected: Excluded: Activations: Curr.Active: TestZ 001

1, if point is in Walk test. 1, if point is not in Walk Test (ie, if point is isolated). 1, if point was activated during Walk Test. Yes, if point is currently active. Number of zones which are in Walk Test. (The pointer is only counted if all points of a zone are in Walk Test. If one detector on the zone is switched off, the pointer is not decreased. In the case of Walk Test for one point, the pointer is only decreased if that point is the only point on the zone).

General

Back

Press F3 for a display of selected settings. Press F5 to end Walk Test.

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3.11.2.2 VIEW/PRINT MAINTENANCE REQUEST When selected, this option displays a list of detectors which are near the limit of their threshold compensation limit. Press 3 from the Maintenance menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

3.11.2.4 PROJECT NUMBERS When selected, this option allows the project and MZX CONSYS information to be displayed. Press 6 from the Maintenance menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Project Numbers

Maintenance Request MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Total Zone 002 Zone 004 Zone 008 : 003 B002 A126 B006

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-06 00:01 Company Name Project: Queen El. Hospital Consys: V17.0 Version: 34 Created: 29-Apr-09 10:18 Downloaded: 27-Jun-09 08:20

General

General

Back

Back
Press F5 to print the Maintenance Request. 3.11.2.3 BATTERY TEST

Print
3.11.2.5 SOFTWARE VERSIONS When selected, the software versions of the following are displayed:

When selected, this option allows the state of the battery and the charger current to be displayed. Press 4 from the Maintenance menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Battery Test MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Battery State Battery Low : Battery Voltage : 20.764 V Charger Current : 00.500 A

Firmware Local I/O Each Loop Each MPM Network card (if fitted)

Press 7 from the Maintenance menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Software Versions MX Panel Thu, 26-Jul-07 14:15 Company Name -Firmware -Bootrom -Local I/O -Loop A -Loop B -OCM00 -OCM01 V V V V V V V 17.0 1.2 1.0 2.1 2.1 2.0 2.0

General

General

Back

Back

Print

Press F5(+) for additional details of the software versions.

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Configuration changes across a network are possible, but changes to more than one panel at a time MUST NOT be attempted within one session. When a panels configuration has been changed, it must be restarted using menu option 9 Restart. Failure to comply with these restrictions may lead to unpredictable effects or system instability. 3.11.3.1 CHANGE TEXT Press 1 from the Configuration menu. The following screen will be displayed:

3.11.2.6 MENU POINTS When selected, this option allows any configured point displayed to be operated by pressing the appropriate number button, this will toggle from OFF to ON and ON to OFF. Press 9 from the Maintenance menu. The following type of screen will be displayed:

Menu Points MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Menu Point 1: OFF Isolate Zone Menu Point 2: ON Sensit.Change Menu Point 3: -UnconfiguredMenu Point 4: -Unconfigured-

General

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

1 2 3 4 5

Change Text - Point Text - Zone Text - Sector Text - Panel Text - Info Text

Back
3.11.3 CONFIGURATION

>>

General

Press 8 from the Main menu. The following screen will be displayed:

Back
MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Configuration 1 - Change Text
3.11.3.2 POINT TEXT MODIFY Press 1 from the Change Text menu. The following screen will be displayed:

General
MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Point Text Modify Loop Point : : A 001

Back
Menu option 9- Restart will only be displayed if text has been changed and the changes saved. RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTION When using Configuration menu option 1, ALWAYS commit configuration changes by using Menu option 9 Restart before leaving the panel. Avoid inactivity timeouts. NEVER use the Back option from the configuration menu if Menu option 9 - Restart is showing. If you do not want to commit changes, by using Menu option 9 - Restart, option, turn the keyswitch to OFF position to avoid a timeout situation, do NOT USE the Back option. PAGE 32 of 38

General

Back

>>

Enter

Select the required loop and point then press Enter. The following type of screen will be displayed:

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Selecting F1 Back will display the following screen:

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Point Text Modify Zone 255 -007 A Old text Callp. alarm room New text

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Configuration 1 - Change Text

General

General
9 - Restart

Back

>>

Enter

>> - copies the old text to the New text position. - moves the cursor back one position. + moves the cursor forward one position. Modify the old text or insert new text using the alphanumeric keypad, when finished press Enter. Pressing the scroll up key upper case. Pressing the scroll down key text. allows text to be entered in changes to lower case

Back
Only Change Text and Restart are available allowing more points to be changed or using Restart to allow the changes to take effect. 3.11.3.3 ZONE TEXT MODIFY Press 2 from the Configuration menu. The following screen will be displayed:

Zone Text Modify MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Zone : 001

The message Save Data? appears and the functions change F4 to Yes and F5 to No. Selecting F5 allows the text modifications to be changed. Selecting F4 Yes displays the message: Please wait.....

General

then the following screen is displayed:

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Change Text 1 - Point Text

Back

Enter

Select the required and press Enter. The following type of screen will be displayed:

General

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Zone Text Modify Zone : 001 Old text Zone 01 New text

Back
It is now possible to change the text for another Point.

General

Back

>>

Enter

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3.11.3.4 SECTOR TEXT MODIFY Press 3 from the Configuration menu. The following screen will be displayed:

Modify the old text or insert new text using the alphanumeric keypad, when finished press Enter. The message Save Data? appears and the function change F4 to Yes and F5 to No. Selecting F5 allows the text modifications to be changed. Selecting F4 Yes displays the message: Please wait.....

Sector Text Modify MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Sector : 001

then the following screen is displayed:

General
Change Text MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name 2 - Zone Text

Back

Enter

General

Select the required sector, then press Enter. The following type of screen will be displayed:

MX Panel

Sector Text Modify Sector 001 Old text Sector 01 New text

Back
It is now possible to change the text for another Zone. Selecting F1 Back will display the following screen:

Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

General

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Configuration 1 - Change Text

Back

>>

Enter

>> - copies the old text to the New text position. - moves the cursor back one position.

General
9 - Restart

+ moves the cursor forward one position. Modify the old text or insert new text using the alphanumeric keypad, when finished press Enter.

Back
Only Change Text and Restart are available allowing more points to be changed or using Restart to allow the changes to take effect.

The message Save Data? appears and the function change F4 to Yes and F5 to No. Selecting F5 allows the text modifications to be changed. Selecting F4 Yes displays the message: Please wait.....

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then the following screen is displayed:

Modify the old text or insert new text using the alphanumeric keypad, when finished press Enter. The message Save Data? appears and the function change F4 to Yes and F5 to No. Selecting F5 allows the text modifications to be changed. Selecting F4 Yes displays the message: Please wait..... then the following screen is displayed:

Change Text MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name 3 - Sector Text

General

Change Text MX Panel

Back
It is now possible to change the text for another Sector. Selecting F1 Back will display the following screen:

Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

4 - Panel Text

General

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Configuration 1 - Change Text

Back
It is now possible to change the text for another Panel.

General
9 - Restart

Selecting F1 Back will display the following screen:

MX Panel
Back
3.11.3.5 PANEL TEXT MODIFY Press 4 from the Configuration menu. The following screen will be displayed:

Configuration 1 - Change Text

Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

General
9 - Restart

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Panel Text Modify Panel 00 Old Text ADT New Text

Back

General

Back

>>

Enter

Select the required Panel. >> - copies the old text to the New text position. - moves the cursor back one position. + moves the cursor forward one position.

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3.11.3.6 INFO TEXT MODIFY This option allows Info Text created in CONSYS to be modified. Press 5 from the Change Text menu. The following screen will be displayed:

4.
4.1

ROUTINE CHECKS
GENERAL

Info text modify MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name Infotext No. : 001

In order to comply with the requirements of British Standard BS 5839 Part 1, the installation must be checked on a regular basis by a responsible member of staff to confirm that the controller and all ancillary devices are operating correctly. The required routine checks are described in the following paragraphs. For Marine Systems, carry out routine checks in accordance with the customers own procedures.

General

4.2

DAILY CHECKS
a) Ensure the front panel of the controller is indicating a normal condition (ie, no alarm or fault LEDs are lit and the LCD is displaying the date and time).

Proceed as follows:

Back

Enter

Using the + and - keys select the Info Text message to modify, then press Enter. The following type of screen will appear:

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Info text modify Infotext No. : 001 This zone is in a Hazardous Area Special precautions are required

Note: If the panel is not indicating a normal condition record the condition in the log book and take any necessary action. b) Check that any fault recorded on the previous day has received attention.

General

4.3

WEEKLY CHECKS

These checks would normally be carried out by a responsible member of the customers staff.

Back

>>

Enter
WARNING: WARN ALL PERSONNEL THAT THE SOUNDERS ARE ABOUT TO BE TESTED.

The >> key deletes all text. The + key advances the cursor one space, the - key goes one space back. Use the alphanumeric keys to modify the text, when finished, press Enter. The following screen will be displayed: Proceed as follows: a) If necessary, clean the front panel of the controller with a suitable cleansing agent. b) Set one device (either a callpoint or detector) from one zone into alarm and check that the system responds as follows: The controllers internal buzzer sounds in a continuous tone. The two red FIRE LEDs on the controller front panel light. The appropriate red FIRE ZONAL LED flashes (if configured). The general and zonal sounders operate.

MX Panel Wed, 01-Mar-08 14:15 Company Name

Info text modify Infotext No. : 001 This zone is in a Hazardous Area Special precautions are required

General

Save data?

Back
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Yes

No

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The alphanumeric display gives the location of the alarm.

c) Record the device used to initiate the test in the site log book and reset the controller. d) Check the condition of the printout on any printers attached to the system and replace the ribbon if it is becoming feint. e) Ensure that each printer has an adequate supply of paper. Any defect should be recorded in the log book and appropriate action taken.
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5.

CPD INFORMATION

Control and indicating equipment for fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings MX2 Provided options: Alarm counter Fault signals Delays to outputs Dependency on more than one alarm signal Disablement Test condition Fire alarm devices Fire alarm routing equipment Automatic fire protection equipment Fault warning routing equipment Standardised I/O interface Installation Instructions 17A-03-I/C Service Instructions 17A-04-S Other technical data: see doc. 17A-02-D held by the manufacturer

O786 Tyco Safety Products Dunhams Lane Letchworth SG6 1BE UK 09 0786-CPD-20840 EN 54-2 EN 54-4 Control and indicating equipment for fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings MX1000, MX4000 Provided options: Alarm counter Fault signals Delays to outputs Dependency on more than one alarm signal Disablement Test condition Fire alarm devices Fire alarm routing equipment Automatic fire protection equipment Fault warning routing equipment Standardised I/O interface Installation Instructions 17A-03-I/C Service Instructions 17A-04-S Other technical data: see doc. 17A-02-D held by the manufacturer

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O786 Tyco Safety Products Dunhams Lane Letchworth SG6 1BE UK 09 0786-CPD-20839 EN 54-2 EN 54-4 Control and indicating equipment for fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings T2000 Provided options: Alarm counter Fault signals Total loss of power supply Delays to outputs Dependency on more than one alarm signal Disablement Test condition Fire alarm devices Fire alarm routing equipment Automatic fire protection equipment Fault warning routing equipment Standardised I/O interface Installation Instructions 17A-03-I/C Service Instructions 17A-04-S Other technical data: see doc. 17A-02-D held by the manufacturer

JM/mm 6th November 2009

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