1 IGNIS 1000 CONVENTIONAL FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM IGNIS 1240 FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM CONTROL PANEL Operation and Maintenance Documentation ID-E E IVA Edition
2 2 IK-E E The IGNIS 1240 conventional fire detection and alarm control panel covered by the present manual complies with the requirements of the following European Union Directives: CPD 89/106/EWG on construction materials; EMC 2004/108/WE on electromagnetic compatibility LVD 2006/95/WE on low-voltage electric equipment. The IGNIS 1240 control panel has been approved with the EC-Certificate of Conformity No. 1438/CPD/0152 issued by the Scientific and Research Centre for Fire Protection (CNBOP) Józefów, Poland, an EU notified authority No. 1438, confirming its compliance with the requirements of PN-EN 54-2:2002+A1:2007 standard. The certificate may be downloaded from web site. The device has been also approved with the Allowance Certificate No. 0508/2009 issued by CNBOP Polon-Alfa Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością Sp. k. EN 54-2:1997+A1: , Glinki Street, PL Bydgoszcz, POLAND /CPD/0152 IGNIS 1240 fire detection and alarm control panel Conventional, for indoor use Provided options: - fire alarm devices output - output signal delays - interdependent alarming (A type dependence) - testing mode - alarm counter and additional functions, inputs and outputs: see technical data contained in ID-E manual Read the manual carefully before the detector assembling and commissioning. Any nonconformity with the instructions contained in the manual may be harmful or may cause violation of the law in force POLON-ALFA bears no responsibility for any damage resulting from usage inconsistent with the manual. A waste product, unsuitable for further use, shall be passed to a waste electric and electronic equipment collection point. NOTE: The manufacturer reserves the right to change specifications of products at any time without prior notice.
3 IK-E E 3 CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION DOCUMENTATION CONTENTS CONTROL PANEL APPLICATION SAFETY CONDITIONS Electric shock protection Installation and equipment safety Repairs and maintenance Fuse replacement DEFINITIONS DEVICE COMPLETENESS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL OPERATION PRINCIPLE CONTROL PANEL DESIGN OVERALL CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION HANDLING AND SIGNALLING ELEMENTS, ACCESS LEVELS Handling elements and indicators on front panel Handling elements inside the control panel CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONALITY LCD INDICATIONS AT 1 ST AND 2 ND ACCESS LEVEL SERVICING CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS AT 2 ND ACCESS LEVEL Current date and time setting Zone (detection line) testing mode disablement/re-enablement Zone disablement/re-enablement Faults readout Disablement/re-enablement of all zones simultaneously Alarm counter readout CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS AT 3 RD ACCESS LEVEL Alarming lines (signalling devices) operation option setting General alarm relays actuation delay programming General alarm signal transmission delay disablement/re-enablement Event memory reset Standard configuration loading Alarm variants programming Zone relay programming QUIESCENT (SUPERVISION) MODE ALARM MODE Fire alarm signalling Fire alarm verification by the attending personnel Automatic alarm signal verification, alarming variants FAULT MODE DISABLEMENT MODE TESTING MODE SIGNAL TRANSMISSION/AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT CONTROLLING ACOUSTIC SIGNALLING DEVICES EXTERNAL DEVICE OPERATION INSPECTION... 26
4 4 IK-E E 5.12 CONTROL PANELS PARALLEL OPERATION POWER SUPPLY BASIC POWER SUPPLY RESERVE POWER SUPPLY INSTALLATION CONTROL PANEL MOUNTING WIRING COMMISSIONING AND CONFIGURATION COMMISSIONING STANDARD CONFIGURATION LOADING SOFTWARE FOR EVENT MEMORY READOUT EVENT MEMORY GENERAL DESCRIPTION HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS CONTROL PANEL-COMPUTER CONNECTION SOFTWARE LAUNCHING AND EVENT MEMORY READOUT CONTROL PANEL SPECIAL APPLICATIONS EXPLOSION ENDANGERED PREMISES PROTECTION INPUT AND OUTPUT CIRCUIT CONNECTING TERMINALS MAINTENANCE GENERAL RULES PERIODICAL TESTING FUSE REPLACEMENT PACKING, STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION... 37
5 IK-E E 5 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 DOCUMENTATION CONTENTS The purpose of this Operation and Maintenance Documentation (OMD) is to present the application, design and operation of the IGNIS 1240 fire detection and alarm control panel which constitute a part of the fire detection and alarm system. The documentation contains necessary information on the IGNIS 1240 control panels for designers, fitters and maintenance technicians. Together with the User Manual IO-E , intended for those who are on duty directly at the control panel, it makes the complete operating documentation attached to the control panel and delivered to its user. 1.2 CONTROL PANEL APPLICATION The IGNIS 1240 fire control panel is designed to: 1. signal a fire occurrence detected by an interoperating fire warning devices (automatic and manual), 2. indicate a fire endangered place by identification of the alarming detector line, 3. actuate fire protection equipment, 4. transmit a fire information to monitoring systems. The control panel interoperates with the 30 and 40 model range two-state (conventional) detectors manufactured by Polon-Alfa. It is intended for installation in medium-sized objects, e.g. offices, commercial and industrial buildings, etc. it is adapted for continuous operation in premises of low dust level at temperature range from - 5 C to + 40 C and air relative humidity up to 80 % at +40 C. 1.3 SAFETY CONDITIONS Electric shock protection The IGNIS 1240 fire control panels are ranked as the 1 st protection class devices and can be used only in the case of application of additional protection against electric shocks, such as zeroing or protective grounding. 230 V/50 Hz mains supply circuits insulation is reinforced and resists 2800 V voltage test; low-voltage circuits (below 42 V) insulation is able to resist test voltage of 700 V DC. After connecting the mains power supply conductors, the mains connection must be protected with a manufacturer's shield Installation and equipment safety Wire installation should be made using conductors of the required fire resistance and should be properly protected in passages through fire zone boundaries. In order to avoid undesirable interaction, a required distance between the low-voltage installation and a power installation and a lightning protection system should be maintained. From the system electromagnetic interference immunity, it is recommended to utilise protective grounding. Reserve power supply batteries should be connected to the panel at the final stage of the installation. The panel components are heat sensitive. The maximum ambient temperature should not exceed + 40 C. The space left around the device should be big enough to secure free air flow. Air humidity in the premises where the panel operates should not exceed 95 % Repairs and maintenance Maintenance works and periodic inspections should be executed by skilled personnel employed by companies authorised or trained by Polon-Alfa. Any repairs must be carried out by the manufacturer.
6 6 IK-E E Polon-Alfa bears no responsibility for the operation of any apparatus being serviced or repaired by unauthorised personnel Fuse replacement In the event of fuse replacement, an equivalent fuse replacement should be used: of the appropriate type and nominal value. The appropriate types and nominal values are contained in p DEFINITIONS Detection line - a two-core line with detectors installed in, terminated with an end-of-line resistor. Fire warning device - a fire detector or manual call point. Detection point a fire warning device, installed in the supervised premises, installed in a detection line. Detection zone - a separated area supervised by fire warning devices installed in one detection line. Monitoring line - a two-core line that supervises the monitoring contacts of external fire devices. Alarm line - a two-core monitored line that actuates external signalling devices or fire-fighting equipment. Output to monitoring a control panel relay output that enables transmission of fire and fault signals to a monitoring centre or to the Fire Brigades. Quiescent (supervision) mode - an operation mode, in which the control panel is power supplied from an electric energy source that meets the settled requirements, during which no other operation mode is indicated. Alarm (fire) mode - an operation mode the control panel triggers after receipt of a fire detection information from fire warning devices. Disablement mode - an operation mode, in which it is deliberately blocked the control panel ability to receive signals from any fire warning devices and to evoke alarms, or the control panel output and/or transmission path to any fire detection and alarm system component that is a part of alarm circuit. Testing mode - an operation mode in which the control panel indicates functions checking. Fault mode - an operation mode in which the control panel indicates a fault of any circuit in the alarm installation or its own circuits. 1.5 DEVICE COMPLETENESS Table 1 lists the items which compose the IGNIS 1240 control panel furnishings. Table 1 Item Description Quantity IGNIS 1240 fire detection and alarm control panel Operation and Maintenance Documentation (OMD) Servicing manual Warranty certificate Control panel unit package
7 IK-E E 7 Table 2 specifies the equipment for typical fire alarm systems, operating with the control panel in the IGNIS 1000 system, to be ordered separately in required quantities. In the standard execution, the control panel is equipped with 16 detection lines. The ML-3 module (ordered separately) enables extension by further 8 detection lines. Table 2.2 Item Description Remarks V/17 Ah battery ML-3 module Conventional fire detectors of 30 and 40 model range, including intrinsically safe execution Manual call points WZ-31 additional indicator two pcs required for control panel to extend panel capacity by 8 lines according to Appendix A according to Appendix A 2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Overall dimensions L x H x G 392 x 482 x 190 mm Mass (without batteries) < 11 kg Ingress protection IP 30 Operation temperature range -5 C +40 C Allowable operation relative humidity 95 % at +40 C Transportation temperature range -25 C +55 C Power supply voltage: 50 Hz mains 230 V + 10 % - 15 % reserve battery: internal or outside 2 x 12 V/17 Ah, e.g. KOBE HV17-12W control panel of capacity 36 Ah Battery charging current 1.7 A (without current consumption by external devices) Current draw in quiescent mode: - from mains < 800 ma - from batteries (16/24 detection lines) < 170/228 ma Current draw in alarm mode: - from mains < 800 ma - from 17 Ah battery, max. < 600 ma External devices power supply voltage 24 V + 25 % - 15 % Admissible current draw from external devices power supply output, max. 800 ma Number of detection lines: - Standard 16 - with ML-3 module application 24 Detection line resistance, max. 2 x 120 Ω Detection line insulation resistance, min. Number of detectors installed in a detection line 32 Number of manual call points in a detection line kω Number of all detectors and manual call points 512 Number of beam smoke detectors (DOP) in a line 1 (without end-of-line resistor)
8 8 IK-E E End-of-line resistor in a detection line 5.6 kω, ±5 % 0.25 W Detection line quiescent current, max. 7 ma Allowable quiescent current of detectors in detection line 2 ma Number of monitoring lines 2 or 3 Allowable monitoring line resistance, max. 2 x 120 Ω Monitoring line insulation resistance, min. 100 kω Monitoring line end-of-line resistor 10 kω, ±5 % Number of external signalling device lines 2 or 3 Allowable signalling device line resistance 10 % of load resistance, but 50 Ω Signalling device line load resistance 200 Ω 10 kω Signalling device line insulation resistance, min. 100 kω Signalling device line operation voltage 24 V + 25 % - 15 % Signalling device allowable current, max. 140 ma Alarm transmission delay programmable from 0 to 10 min, 1-second interval Relay outputs: - general alarm 1 or 2 switchable contacts - general fault 1 switchable contact - zone alarm 16 or 24 switchable contacts Relay outputs load 1 A/30 V Control panel work time after mains voltage outage see Table 3 Event memory: - counter capacity of events that evoked alarm mode triggering 9,999 - event time registration accuracy 1 s - counter capacity of events not connected with alarm mode 512. Table 3. Control panel work time after mains voltage outage Control panel batteries capacity Maximum current consumption from external devices power supply output 72 h 17 Ah 0 ma 30 h 17 Ah 40 ma 12 h 17 Ah 800 ma 3 GENERAL OPERATION PRINCIPLE The IGNIS 1240 is a conventional fire alarm control panel interoperating with non-addressable fire detectors installed in detection lines that are terminated with end-of line resistors. Detection of a fire hazard by a detector evokes the control panel triggering an alarm mode and alarm signalling with indication of the number of the zone where a fire danger has occurred. The zone size is closely connected with the detection line length and the number of detectors installed therein. The control panel is equipped with a microprocessor-based controller that monitors the system operation, processes information delivered from detecting, monitoring and signalling lines as well as from the device handling elements. It controls optical and acoustic signalling devices and output
9 IK-E E 9 circuit operation. The circuit also contains a memory intended for registration of occurrences detected by the control panel, a real time clock and a RS 232 standard serial port for a computer connection. 4 CONTROL PANEL DESIGN 4.1 OVERALL CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION The control panel is made in the form of a metal cabinet intended for wall mounting. The device mounting method is shown in Fig. 3. The cabinet door, which is also the control panel front side, contains all signalling and handling elements, LCD display and a switch with a key that is provided for access level setting. The door can be opened after removing two fastening screws. Bushings for alarm system wiring and mains power supply conductors introduction are placed in the back wall of the cabinet. An RS opening covered with a cap, provided for routing a cable connecting the control panel with a computer during the event memory readout, is located on the left. Zone fields intended for zone description inserting are placed on the control panel door. Two sheets of paper (of 200 g/m basis weight) are delivered with the devices they are proposed for zone description strips preparation. After writing down an appropriate text and cutting pursuantly to the contour marked, they should be inserted into the slots located on the inner side of the control panel door, as it is shown in Fig. 5. Such a pattern is available on the manufacturer s web site that is useful for descriptions preparation by the means of computer printout. 4.2 HANDLING AND SIGNALLING ELEMENTS, ACCESS LEVELS In the IGNIS 1240 control panel, accessibility to the handling elements and particular functions is diversified and divided into four access levels. The 1 st access level is provided for persons who take first activities after a fire alarm or fault indication. At this level, only the ACKNOWLEDGEMENT push button is active and the control panel signalling elements testing function which is actuated with the PERSONNEL push button. The 2 nd access level is intended for the persons especially responsible for the premises security that are properly trained and authorised to operate the control panel. The access to the 2 nd level is obtained by turning the key. It allows for access to all push buttons located on the control panel front side. The 3 rd access level is designed for the personnel properly trained and authorised to change configuration data and perform maintenance works. The 3rd access level handling elements are located inside the control panel. The 4 th access level is provided for the persons trained and authorised by the manufacturer to change the factory (default) software and service the device Handling elements and indicators on front panel In the further part of this section, for easier identification, before the description of every element its number is given in the brackets according to the marking as in fig. 1. The control panel front plate is equipped with signalling and handling elements presented in Fig. 1. Each element has its own text description. Particular element function and operation method is described below. Numbers corresponding with the descriptions used in Fig. 1 are given in brackets.
10 10 IK-E E (1) 1 24 ZONE red colour zone diodes assigned to 1 24 detection lines accordingly. The diode illuminates with continuous light, if fire detectors in the corresponding detection line are in the alarm mode. The illumination lasts from the moment when a signal from a detection line is identified as a fire alarm until the ACKNOWLEDGEMENT push button is pressed. The zone, where an alarm mode has occurred first, is signalled with flashing light; the following zones with steady light. (2) 1 24 ZONE yellow colour zone diodes, allocated to 1 24 detection lines accordingly, indicate: with continuous light - the fault or testing mode (in the testing mode the diodes flashing frequency is higher than in the fault mode), with steady light the disablement mode (line switch off), no light the quiescent (supervision) mode. (3) TRANSMISSION a red colour diode signalling - with continuous light the general alarm relay contacts switching in the active position. (4) FIRE a red colour display indicating a fire detection with flashing light (1 Hz frequency). The indicator has the FIRE wording and is lit during the control panel alarm mode. The indication changes for continuous light after pressing the ACKNOWLEDGEMENT push button. (5) LCD display the displayed messages description is contained in p (6) POWER SUPPLY a green colour diode indicating that the control panel is connected to at least mains or battery power supply. (7) DISABLEMENT a yellow colour diode signalling collectively disablement of: at least one detection line, signalling devices, or alarm signal transmission (general alarm relays). (8) TESTING a yellow colour diode signalling the testing mode of at least one detection line; (9) FAULT a yellow colour diode indicating the fault mode (i.e. improper operation) of at least one circuit being under the control panel supervision. Five additional yellow diodes described below define which particular circuit is faulty. (10) POWER SUPPLY a yellow colour diode that signals: with steady light a battery fault, with flashing light mains fault. (11) SYSTEM a yellow colour diode signalling with steady light a fault in the microprocessor circuit operation or a falsification of the configuration data. (12) EXTERNAL DEVICES a yellow colour diode that signals with steady light a fault of at least one detection line. (13) SIGNALLING DEVICES a yellow colour diode indicating with steady light a fault of at least one external signalling device. (14) EARTH FAULT a yellow colour diode signalling with steady light an earth fault of at least one control panel circuit (connected with the earthing potential). (15) TRANSMISSION; OFF/ON a yellow colour diode placed near the push button that signals with steady light the alarm relay disablement mode.
11 IK-E E 11 (16) SIGNALLING DEVICES; OFF/ON a yellow colour diode placed near the push button indicates with steady light the disablement mode of external signalling devices. The signalling devices can operate only in the control panel fire alarm mode; (17) PERSONNEL; OFF/ON a yellow colour diode placed near the push button that signals with steady light the control panel PERSONNEL ABSENT mode. (18) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT a push button for acoustic signalling devices silencing and a fire alarm receipt acknowledgement by the attending personnel; active at the 1 st access level (without turning the key). (19) RESET a push button for the control panel or detectors in detector lines fire alarm mode reset; (20) PERSONNEL ACCESS LEVEL a switch (a lock with a key) to actuate the handling elements designed for usage at the 2 nd access level (all push buttons placed on the front panel). (21) FUNCTION SW.OVER, (22) SELECTION, (23) SET three push buttons enabling usage of the functions designated for the control panel parameters readout or change at the 2 nd access level: FUNCTION a function selection, SELECTION - moving the cursor to the right, SET - setting change Handling elements inside the control panel Fig. 5 depicts the handling elements mounted on the STR-1240 controller board located inside the control panel: (P1) FUNCTION, (P2) SELECTION, (P3) SET and (P4) SET four push buttons inside the control panel that enable usage of the functions dedicated to the control panel programming; (P13) RESET - the control panel controller restart. Table 4 Jumper No. Jumper position Function ZW1 ZW2 ZW3 ZW4 ZW Support of 16 detection lines two line modules 2-3 Support of 24 detection lines three line modules 1-2 Unused 2-3 Unused Unused ZW11 1-2
12 12 IK-E E 2-3 Service mode without alarm receipt delays ZW Software version display after pressing ACKNOWLEDGEMENT push button Fig. 6 presents the view of the MZ-4212 power supply unit module that contains: WŁ. AKU push button - used for switching the control panel on at the mains supply outage (essential when the batteries connection does not cause the control panel self-activation); ZW1 jumper - enables disconnection the earth fault monitoring circuit and anti-interference modules from the casing; ZW2 - a jumper enabling the earth fault monitoring circuit switch on/off; when the jumper is set in the position marked on the board - the earth fault monitoring circuit is switched on; BZ A battery cluster circuit protection; the T3,15L250V type melt fuse; BZ3 1 A external device power supply circuit protection; the F1L250V type melt fuse; BZ2 1 A the control panel reserve internal circuits power supply output; (unused in the current version); MAINS SWITCH - a two-pole mains power supply on/off switch. 5 CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONALITY 5.1 LCD INDICATIONS AT 1 ST AND 2 ND ACCESS LEVEL SERVICING The IGNIS 1240 control panel is equipped with a 16-character alphanumeric liquid crystal display (LCD). Its main function is to set and display the exact time and date, as well as the control panel configuration parameters. The current time and date are used by the automatic event recording system. Additionally, the LCD supports the panel operating personnel displaying information concerning the control panel status or the functions of activated push buttons. During the control panel quiescent mode, the LCD displays the date and time. All other information, except the alarm mode, is displayed momentarily. After some seconds the control panel automatically switches to the date and time displaying mode. 1. Current date and time - exemplary display: :59 (year-month-day hour:min) 2. Control panel alarm mode The 1 st and 2 nd stage alarm
13 IK-E E 13 L.1 ALARM! 0 00 where: - L1 number of the line where the first alarm has been detected, current fire alarm transmission delay time ( range). 3. External signalling devices disablement/re-enablement SIGN.DEV. ON SIGN.DEV. OFF 4. Alarm signal transmission disablement/re-enablement TRANSMISSION ON TRANSMISSION OFF 5. Operation mode switch over between personnel present and personnel absent PERSONNEL PRESENT PERSONNEL ABSENT 6. Fire alarm mode reset RESET 7. Access denied ACCESS DENIED The above information is displayed in the case a function (push button) actuation trial without appropriate access level obtaining. 5.2 CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS AT 2 ND ACCESS LEVEL With the FUNCTION, SELECTION, SET push buttons available on the front panel it is possible to: set the date and time, switch a zone or zones in the testing mode, disable/re-enable a zone or zones, faults readout, disable/re-enable all zones simultaneously.
14 14 IK-E E A desired function recall is performed using the FUNCTION push button. The item that can be modified is distinguished by the flashing tag. The tag location can be changed with the help of the SELECTION push button. The selected value modification is possible using the SET push button Current date and time setting :59 (year-month-day hour:min) The current date and time setting should start from entering the date and time setting function using the FUNCTION push button. The LCD display shows a date with the first digit (tens of years) flashing. The digit flashing means that it is possible to alter its value with the SET push button. The SELECTION push button pressing moves the cursor to the next digit. In this way it is possible to set all the digits representing the current date and time (e.g :59). The SELECTION push button enables moving the cursor only to the right. A return to the beginning of the display is possible after passing all the digit positions. The SET push button acts similarly. The control panel is equipped with a lithium battery mounted on the controller board that supports the clock in the case of power supply voltage outage Zone (detection line) testing mode disablement/re-enablement The below described function allows for a zone testing mode disablement/re-enablement: TESTING ON z zone number 1 16 or 24 0 testing enabled 1 testing disabled Zone disablement/re-enablement A disablement/re-enablement of a zone (detection line) is possible using the following function: ZONE ON z zone number 1 16 or 24 0 zone enabled 1 zone disabled
15 IK-E E Faults readout In order to read the faults out, it is necessary to select with the FUNCTION push button the following indication on the display: FAULT READOUT Afterwards, using the SET push button recall the messages informing on the current faults registered in the system. The below table lists the possible faults with their clarifications. BZ3 FUSE FAULT BATT.VOLTAGE DECR. MAINS POW.SUP.FAULT BATTERY FAULT EARTH FAULT LACK OF CHARGING SYSTEM FAULT CONFIG.SET. FAULT CH. L 1 FAULT CH. L 2 FAULT CH. L 3 FAULT SDL 1 FAULT SDL 2 FAULT SDL 3 FAULT BREAK OF LINE 1 BREAK OF LINE 2... BREAK OF LINE 24 BZ3 fuse fault Battery voltage drop 230 V mains power supply fault Battery cluster or its circuit fault Damage of insulation between control panel and grounding Charging circuit fault of interruption Control panel controller program execution disruption Disruption in configuration settings saved in control panel memory Fault in detection line 1 circuit Fault in detection line 2 circuit Fault in detection line 3 circuit Fault in alarm signalling devices line 1 circuit Fault in alarm signalling devices line 2 circuit Fault in alarm signalling devices line 3 circuit Break in detection line 1 circuit Break in detection line 2 circuit Break in detection line 24 circuit...
16 16 IK-E E SHORT OF LINE 1 SHORT OF LINE 2... SHORT OF LINE 24 LACK OF FAULTS Short circuit in detection line 1 circuit Short circuit in detection line 2 circuit Short circuit in detection line 24 circuit No fault detected in IGNIS system Disablement/re-enablement of all zones simultaneously ZONES ON OFF - X X no changes 1 all zones disabled 0 zones enabled Note: Disablement or re-enablement of all zones takes place after typing 0/1 and the control panel restart using the RESTART push button inside the device Alarm counter readout In order to read the alarm counter out, it is necessary to select with the FUNCTION push button the following indication on the display (the pictures illustrate the counter exemplary indication): 0001 z (alarm number zone number year month-day) The zone number informs about the alarm source and is consistent with the detection line number (1 24). The display shows the latest alarm number, number of the zone where the alarm occurred, and its date. It is possible to read the alarm occurrence time with 1-second accuracy by pressing the SELECTION push button; then in the date place the alarm time is displayed as shown below: 0001 z2 17 : 15 : 48 (alarm number line number hour-minute-second) Pressing the SELECTION push button produces alternate display of the clock time and date. Preceding alarms readout is possible with the counter scrolling using the SET push button. The return to the latest alarm takes place after aborting the function by pressing the FUNCTION push button and selection of the alarm counter readout function again.
17 IK-E E CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS AT 3 RD ACCESS LEVEL It is possible to use the functions available at the 3 rd access level after the control panel door opening Fig. 5. The P1-FUNCTION, P2-SELECTION, P3-SET and P4-SET push buttons located inside the control panel allows for the following functions application: external signalling devices operation option setting, general alarm signal transmission delay value setting, event memory reset, general alarm signal transmission delay disablement/re-enablement, alarm variants programming, relays programming. A desired function recall is performed using the FUNCTION push button. The item that can be modified is distinguished by the flashing tag. The tag location can be changed with the help of the SELECTION push button. The selected value modification is possible using the SET and SET push buttons Alarming lines (signalling devices) operation option setting EXT.AL.OPTION sign. dev. operation acc. to 0 option 1 sign. dev. operation acc. to 1 option The description of the signalling devices operation in option 0 and 1 is contained in p General alarm relays actuation delay programming DELAY delay time (example) 1 minutes (1 9) 30 seconds (0 59) The delay time setting change is possible with the following push buttons: SET - increase SET - decrease.
18 18 IK-E E General alarm signal transmission delay disablement/re-enablement DELAYS ON z zone number 1 16 or 24 1 delays enabled 0 delays disabled The setting change - with the SET and SET push buttons. The function requires, apart from selecting the zone number (1 16 or 24), entering 1 if the delay is to be enabled or entering 0 if the delay is to be disabled. It allows for delay disablement of chosen detection lines, any alarm from which should actuate the general alarm relays immediately (e.g. a detection line with ROP manual call points installed). Any detecting line acknowledged alarm with a delay enabled (which value is set using the DELAY function) causes properly delayed general alarm relay activation. Lack of alarm acknowledgment shortens the delay time to 30 s. In the personnel absent mode the control panel reduces the delay time to zero. The described delay concerns only the general alarm relays; zone relays operate always without any delay. The general fire relay activation transmission delay programming is linked with alarm variant programming (see p ) Event memory reset MEMORY RESET reset function disabled 1 reset function enabled Note: The event memory reset performance is possible after the reset function initiation with the SET push button and pressing the (P13) RESET push button Standard configuration loading STAND. CONF loading function disabled 1 loading function enabled Note: The Standard configuration loading is possible after the loading function initiation with the SET push button and pressing the (P13) RESET push button.
19 IK-E E Alarm variants programming VARIANT z zone number 1 16 or 24 1 alarm variant number (0, 1 or 2) The setting change - with the SET and SET push buttons. Note: The variant 2 (zone interdependence) loading takes place automatically in both detection lines constituting the interdependent pair. One-stage alarm Programming: - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function VARIANT z with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, choose the proper zone number and variant number equal to 0 - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function DELAYS ON z with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, choose the proper zone number and 0 (on the last display position) that results in the chosen zone delay disablement. Two-stage alarm Programming: - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function - with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, choose the proper zone number and variant number equal to 0 - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function - with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, set the proper delay time in minutes (0..9) the X position in the display and in seconds (00 59) two following positions XX. Note: The delay value set is common for all zones. VARIANT z DELAY X XX
20 20 IK-E E - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function DELAYS ON z with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, choose the proper zone number and 1 (on the last display position) that results in the chosen zone delay disablement. One-stage alarm with a preliminary reset Programming: - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function VARIANT z with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, choose the proper zone number (z. 01) and variant number using the FUNCTION push button, select the function DELAYS ON z with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, choose the proper zone number and 0 (on the last display position) that results in the chosen zone delay disablement. Two-stage alarm with a preliminary reset Programming: - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function - with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, set the proper zone number and variant number equal to 1 - with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, set the proper delay time in minutes (0..9) the X position in the display and in seconds (00 59) two following positions XX. Note: The delay value set is common for all zones. VARIANT z DELAY X XX - using the FUNCTION push button, select the function DELAYS ON z with the SELECTION and SET push buttons, set the proper zone number and 1 (on the last display position) that results in the chosen zone delay enablement.