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1 PROTEC CIRRUS HYBRID ASPIRATING SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS USER MANUAL Protec Fire Detection plc, Protec House, Churchill Way, Nelson, Lancashire, BB9 6RT, ENGLAND +44 (0)

2 Document Revision Details Issue Modification Detail Author Date 01 Document Creation RB 15/11/15 N Issue 1 Page 2 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

3 Table of Contents 1.0 SCOPE OF DOCUMENT USER RESPONSIBILITIES CIRRUS HYBRID GENERAL Introduction Cloud Chamber Scatter Chamber Detector Hybrid CIRRUS HYBRID GENERAL COMPONENT OVERVIEW External Component Overview LED Status Indication Internal Component Overview Front Door Assembly Component Overview Cirrus Hybrid Display Access code Home Page Setting the Date and Time Viewing the Airflow & Fan Settings Changing the User Access Code Viewing the Network information Viewing the Event log Pipe Map RESPONSE TO AN ALARM Pre-alarm Fire Silencing the Alarm Resetting the Alarm RESPONSE TO A FAULT/S Device Missing Device Added Airflow Fault No Water Fault Chamber Seal Fault Vacuum Fault Cloud Chamber LED fault Water fill fault Sample Purge High Optical Background Corrupt Settings Incomplete Manufacture Low supply Supply Fault Corrupt File Cold Unit Processor Fault Unit isolated Airflow Ignored Calibration Battery Mains Pipe Scan Halted Heat Fault Incorrect Device Type N Issue 1 Page 3 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

4 7.0 EVENTS MAINTENANCE Cloud Chamber Water Requirements Periodic Checks and Maintenance Daily Checks TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS There are no user serviceable parts inside the Cirrus Hybrid. A competent person trained to undertake such work MUST carry out any internal maintenance work. A separate installation and commissioning manual is available. This equipment has been manufactured in conformance with the requirements of all applicable EU council directives and regulations. Electrical or electronic devices that are no longer serviceable must be collected separately and sent for environmentally compatible recycling (in accordance with the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive). To dispose of old electrical or electronic devices, you should use the return and collection systems put in place in the country concerned. The policy of Protec Fire Detection plc is one of continuous improvement. As such we reserve the right to make changes to product specifications at any time and without prior notice. Errors and omissions excepted. N Issue 1 Page 4 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

5 1.0 Scope of document This document details the user information for the Protec Cirrus Hybrid Aspirating Smoke Detector with specific attention to the basic system operations of the product. The Protec Cirrus Hybrid Aspirating Smoke Detector has been designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom and complies fully with current standard dictating aspirating smoke detector design practice (EN54 parts 20). 2.0 User Responsibilities The registered owner of the fire alarm system has specific responsibilities regarding the installation, testing and maintenance of the fire alarm system. BS5839 Pt 1: 2013 Section 7 states that the user of the fire alarm system must appoint a single named person to supervise all matters regarding the fire alarm system. Summarised below are the responsibilities expected of the named person, It is strongly advised that a full copy of BS5839 Pt 1: 2013 is obtained and thoroughly read and understood. N Issue 1 Page 5 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

6 3.0 Cirrus Hybrid General 3.1 Introduction The Cirrus Hybrid utilises both Cloud Chamber and Scatter Chamber detection technology to monitor for Fire and Smoke through an aspirating pipe system. These two technologies are used together to combine the best attributes of each technology in an algorithm based system. 3.2 Cloud Chamber It is known that particles smaller than the wavelength of visible light occur spontaneously as a material is overheated, and in numbers far above those present in a normal ambient environment. Cirrus Hybrid utilises the Wilson Cloud Chamber principle to detect the sub-micron particles that are generated at the incipient, and all other stages of fire. A filtered air sample is delivered to the detector via a centrifugal blower, a portion of which is diverted into a humidifier. At approximately 100% relative humidity, the sample is directed to the Cloud Chamber where, because of cooling, due to rapid vacuum expansion, water condenses onto the small particles and forms a cloud. Consequently, the thermally generated particles cause many droplets to form into the cloud, which is then detected by the measuring system of the Cloud Chamber. The density of the cloud being proportional to the number of particles present. The result is a continuous signal that corresponds to the particle concentration. This signal is used to provide a staged alarm sequence with four alarm levels. The Cirrus Hybrid is a self-supervised system that continuously monitors for correct operation. Any problem is immediately reported on the front panel display, buzzer and the operation of a Fault relay. The Cirrus Hybrid locally stores fault data, background particle concentration and event data. These can be accessed from the Menus. Pressure Monitor Sensor Photodiode Vacuum Pump Power Connector Vacuum Pipe Vacuum Release Valve Humidified Sample Valve Pressure Monitor Pipe Purge Valve Sample Valve Sample Filter Water Inlet Pipe Water Valve Purge Filter Sample Inlet Pipe Purge Inlet Pipe LED Figure 3.2 Cirrus Hybrid Cloud Chamber Assembly The diagram shows the physical details of the Cirrus Cloud Chamber for reference throughout this manual. N Issue 1 Page 6 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

7 3.3 Scatter Chamber Detector The Scatter Chamber Detector (SCD) operates by measuring the light scattered by the air within the scatter chamber. A photo sensitive sensor element is placed in a dark chamber with a high brightness light source that cannot be seen by the sensor. When smoke is present the light is scattered in all directions, some of which is detected by the sensor and relates to the amount of smoke present. The scatter chamber detector in the Cirrus Hybrid is very sensitive, many times more than that of the point detector and so can be used in an aspirating system which has considerable dilution from clean areas. 3.4 Hybrid As scatter chambers are as sensitive to dust as they are to smoke, the hybrid system utilises the cloud chamber as the primary detector which is not affected by dust with a boost signal when the scatter chamber detects the smoke. Using the two technologies allows the Cirrus Hybrid to make the fire decision even earlier whilst minimising the detection of false alarms. The features of the Protec Cirrus Hybrid Aspirating Smoke Detector are: Incipient fire detection via Cloud Chamber Common Fault output contact Detector technology 5 Programmable output contacts High performance optical smoke detection 3 Programmable input contacts via Scatter Chamber Detectors Airflow monitoring per pipe channel Up to 4 detection areas Variable blower speed control LED status indication; to indicate supply healthy, fault, pre-alarm and fire 7 Full colour LCD touch screen display for fault reporting and ease of setup Protec addressable protocol Commissioning menu; access code protected On-board short circuit isolator Remote network via TCP/IP N Issue 1 Page 7 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

8 4.0 Cirrus Hybrid General Component Overview 4.1 External Component Overview A1 A2 A3 A4 E D F G C H B Key A1 Air Inlet Pipe 1 A2 Air Inlet Pipe 2 A3 Air Inlet Pipe 3 A4 Air Inlet Pipe 4 B Air Exhaust / Return C LCD Touch Display D LED Status Indication E Cable Entry Knock Outs F Cable Gland (20mm) G Fire Protected Cable H Product Manufacture Label Figure 4.1 Cirrus Hybrid External Components 4.2 LED Status Indication A D Key A Supply Heathy B Fault C Pre-Alarm D Fire 1 to 3 B Figure 4.2 Cirrus Hybrid LED Status Indication C N Issue 1 Page 8 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

9 4.3 Internal Component Overview B1 B2 B3 B4 A K K C D H E I J F G K Rear View L M Key A Front Display Assembly B1 SCD Location 1 B2 SCD Location 2 B3 SCD Location 3 B4 SCD Location 4 C Terminal Connection Board D Earth block E Vacuum Pump Assembly F Water Bottle G Vacuum Silencer H Pipe Scanning Unit (1) I Cloud Chamber Assembly J Sample Inlet, Purge & Vacuum Outlet K Unit Wall Fixing Points L Front Door (Rear View) M Label: Wiring Diagram (1) Hybrid scanning unit only Figure 4.3 Cirrus Hybrid Internal Components N Issue 1 Page 9 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

10 4.4 Front Door Assembly Component Overview B A D C F E G H I J Key A Rear Display Cover Moulding B Label: MAC address & SCD Position C Front Display Assembly Securing Screws D Ribbon Cable to Terminal Board E Hinge Pin F Ribbon Cable to Cloud Chamber and Zone Scanning Unit G Ethernet Connection TCPIP (RJ45) H USB_B Computer Connection I Camera Connection (RJ45) J Touch Display Calibration Reset Button Figure 4.4 Cirrus Hybrid Front Door Assembly Components N Issue 1 Page 10 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

11 4.5 Cirrus Hybrid Display The Cirrus Hybrid uses a touch screen for its display. There are no buttons other than those presented on the touch screen. The display is based on a scrolling webpage which initially shows the top of the page, representing the first page or screen, known as the Home Page. The Home Page shows the Combined Fire and Smoke (CFS) levels of all the connected pipes in a dial, in this case four pipes. The CFS number indicates the numerical value of the particle level of both fire and smoke in the protected area. The pre-alarm (Amber), fire 1, fire 2, and fire 3 (red) alarms points are indicated by the coloured markers. The current status of fires and faults are shown under the Detector Status title bar below the dials. Pre-Alarm Fire 2 Fire 1 Fire 3 Combined Fire & Smoke (CFS) dial Cloud Signal Quick navigation icons Silence button Detector status list of current faults, pre-alarms and fires Optical signal contribution For quick navigation there are a series of icons permanently displayed on either side of the page / screen: Return to Home Page Input Output Settings Network Setup Enter Access Code Button System Text & Alarm Text Event log, Realtime, Historic Graphs Set Time and Date Scroll Up a line (hold for fast scroll) Service Assist And Camera Control Airflow & Fan Settings Sensitivity Settings Time Zone Settings Site Information & Address, Comments, Manufacturing Information Access Codes & Service Information Pipe Map Scroll Down a line (hold for fast scroll) N Issue 1 Page 11 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

12 4.6 Access code Although all menu screens are viewable, to enable the user functions the user is required to enter an access level code to modify or save configurations. Click on the key icon to the left of the page. Enter the access level code and click enter. Providing the code is correct for either user the following message will appear and the icon will change colour from the green to a red. User Level Access Code (default): If the code is incorrect the following message will appear. The access level timeouts after 4 minutes from the last keypress/screen touch. Pressing the red icon logs the user out. The default access code can be changed from the access code menu screen. Providing the user access code has been correctly entered the user can begin to view and edit basic system functions of Cirrus Hybrid detector. N Issue 1 Page 12 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

13 4.7 Home Page Select the home icon for quick navigation. Selecting a pipe dial on the home page displays the two fire and smoke technologies calculated to generate the combined fire and smoke signal (CFS). Fire and Smoke is a combination of the two technologies to create the combined fire and smoke (CFS) algorithm. Fire level dials Reset button Cloud Particles Per Cubic Centimetre (pcc) x 1000 Scale 10,000 to 10,000,000pcc Optical CFS Particles Percentage Obscuration Per Metre (%/m) Scale 0 0.4%/m Combined Fire and Smoke Mathematical algorithm Time zone Providing timezone is enabled, the home page will display indicate the pipe night mode is activated. to Silence and reset The Cirrus Hybrid is fitted with an internal buzzer. The buzzer will sound when the unit is in Fault, Prealarm or Fire. Buzzer parameters Fault Slow 1 second ON and 1 second OFF Pre Alarm Slow 1 second ON and 1 second OFF Fire Fast ½ second ON and ½ second OFF The user access level allows the internal buzzer to be silenced by pressing the silence button. When a fire is active the Cirrus Hybrid displays a reset button. Press the reset button to manually reset the fire. The fire will automatically reset once the potential hazard is removed. N Issue 1 Page 13 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

14 4.8 Setting the Date and Time Click on the clock icon on the left hand side. Ensure you are logged in as user to edit the time. Set the time either by the: rotating the clock minute hand by selecting and dragging or using the + & - symbols to increment/decrement the hours & minutes. Set the date by: navigating the >> arrows to the correct year navigating the > arrows to the correct month clicking the correct day. N Issue 1 Page 14 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

15 4.9 Viewing the Airflow & Fan Settings Click the airflow icon for quick navigation. The airflow menu displays: the current airflow for each pipe. the fault tolerance monitoring for each pipe. the airflow ignore box for each pipe. the fan speed configurable from 5% to 100%. The acceptable fault tolerance area is displayed on the dial in green; therefore any reading in the red area generates a fault. N Issue 1 Page 15 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

16 4.10 Changing the User Access Code Click the access codes icon for quick navigation. Ensure you are logged using the current user access code to enable editing. The user access level code can be changed to a custom number of digits ranging from 1 to Viewing the Network information Click the network icon for quick navigation. The network menu displays: Protec Loop serial number. Protec address for each pipe assigned by the Protec fire panel IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway either automatically assigned by network or manually inputted as a fixed address. Camera [1 to 6] URL address of the JPEG feed N Issue 1 Page 16 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

17 4.12 Viewing the Event log Click the log data icon historical graph. for quick navigation. Click again to toggle between event log, realtime and The Cirrus Hybrid stores all fire, faults and events in the event log. The event log can store a maxium of 256 events. In the user access level 16 latest events are viewable Pipe Map Click the site pipe icon for quick navigation. Displays a map of the system pipework installation, providing requested at time of commissioning. To remove the image map from the display touch the screen anywhere, the display will return to the home page. N Issue 1 Page 17 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

18 5.0 Response to an Alarm 5.1 Pre-alarm When a pre-alarm condition is activated the Cirrus Hybrid unit will display the pipe text of the pipe in alarm in the detector status list. The pre-alarm LED will illuminate and the buzzer will pulse. Any commissioned outputs will activate and the fire condition is reported to the Protec Fire panel. The appointed Responsible Person should investigate the relevant area following the official procedures for the building. Extreme care must be exercised at all times. 5.2 Fire When a fire alarm condition is activated the Cirrus Hybrid unit will display the pipe text of the pipe in alarm and the fire alarm level (1, 2 or 3) in the detector status list. The fire alarm level LED will illuminate and the buzzer will pulse (fast). Any commissioned outputs will activate and the fire condition is reported to the Protec Fire panel. The building fire plan must be executed immediately. 5.3 Silencing the Alarm Press the Silence button when in user access level will silence alarm outputs. A further activation will resound the alarms. 5.4 Resetting the Alarm After the cause of the alarm has been determined the Cirrus Hybrid can be manually reset if required, by pressing the reset button when in user access level. The fire alarm will automatically reset once the potential hazard is removed. To reset the fire panel refer to the fire panel user manual. N Issue 1 Page 18 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

19 6.0 Response to a Fault/s The Cirrus Hybrid monitors various aspects of the unit to ensure the unit is operating within its correct parameters. When the cirrus hybrid has a fault the buzzer will sound and one or more of the following indications will be displayed. Unless otherwise stated in is necessary to contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor. 6.1 Device Missing A communication problem to a device within the unit has been detected or a device has been removed from the unit. Check the device in fault is fitted correctly otherwise contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor. 6.2 Device Added A Cirrus Hybrid device has been added to the unit but the unit has not been commissioned to enable the device. The device will NOT detect fires. 6.3 Airflow Fault The airflow reading has moved out of the accepted fault tolerance nominal value range by either an increase or a decrease in airflow. Select the quick navigate airflow icon to view the current airflow value. At the time of commissioning when the pipe configurations are complete the airflow reading must be zeroed. The Cirrus Hybrid sets the normalised zeroed value to 100%. If the airflow reading has drifted out of the fault tolerance range an airflow fault is generated. Check the air inlet pipes and outlet exhaust are fitted correctly with no blockages If the fault persists contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor. 6.4 No Water Fault The cloud chambers distilled water reservoir is empty. The unit will continue to operate for approximately 5 days after the No Water fault is generated. Refill the internal water container using distilled water only. Any other water will damage the unit. Follow the service procedure. 6.5 Chamber Seal Fault The chamber is tested for leaks during the power up tests. This fault does not necessarily stop the unit functioning, but it must be attended to before complete failure occurs. 6.6 Vacuum Fault The unit has detected that the vacuum generated is insufficient to form a cloud. Check connections to the pump, the pump operation and the pipe to sensor on the PCB and from the pump to the cloud chamber. N Issue 1 Page 19 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

20 6.7 Cloud Chamber LED fault The unit has detected that insufficient light is being received at the photodiode. 6.8 Water fill fault The unit has detected that the water fill value level reading out of range. 6.9 Sample The unit has detected that the cloud chamber sample route is blocked. This means that the unit is not receiving a sample Purge The unit has detected that the purge path is blocked. This means that the unit is not purging correctly High Optical Background The optical analogue value has increased outside the operation limitation range. The Scatter Chamber Detector (SCD) is a calibrated device therefore disassembling the unit will void the calibration Corrupt Settings Internal settings are outside the expected values Incomplete Manufacture The manufacturing data has not been fully entered and saved Low supply The unit has detected that the incoming DC power to the unit is too low (less than approx. 19VDC). N Issue 1 Page 20 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

21 6.15 Supply Fault The supply fault monitoring input is reading less than 2,5V. The unit has detected that the fault output from the charger has activated. It may be necessary to look at the power supply charger unit to determine the cause of the fault. The fault persists contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor Corrupt File This is specifically based on the webpage file which is checked when programmed into the unit Cold Unit The unit internal temperature has been lower than 3 C. The water could start to freeze at ~ C. A cold unit may also generate water fill faults as unit is too cold to fill Processor Fault The internal processor hardware has unexpectedly reset. Cleared only on a full power cycle. This is indicated if a problem has been detected with the micro controller or the Read Only Memory (ROM) Unit isolated The units alarm relays have been isolated via a monitored input. If used check external input isolation equipment. Otherwise contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor Airflow Ignored Airflow monitoring has been ignored for selected pipe/s Calibration Values stored for calibration are out of range Battery A monitored input set up for External Battery Fault has detected a fault. Check the power supply equipment and wiring if the fault persists contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor. N Issue 1 Page 21 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

22 6.23 Mains A monitored input set up for Mains Fault has detected a fault. Check the power supply equipment and wiring if the fault persists contact a Protec operative or a Protec distributor Pipe Scan Halted The pipe hold function forces a scanning unit to sample from the selected pipe. While unit is in this state it will display a Pipe Scan Halted fault, until the pipe hold function is disabled Heat Fault The thermistor reading for monitoring the pipe temperature in the SCD is out of range Incorrect Device Type The SCD fitted is the incorrect type for the Hybrid. Types include Hybrid SCD and ProPoint PLUS SCD. N Issue 1 Page 22 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

23 7.0 Events The Cirrus Hybrid stores operational events within the internal memory event log. The following events are logged. Processor Fault Power Up Fire Level Time Set Faults Cleared Event Log Cleared Historic Graph Cleared Supply Brownout Device Reset Fire Reset Water Emptied The internal processor hardware has unexpectedly reset. The unit has powered up, occurring on first power, unstable supply voltage or after an undesired reset. The fire level has increased above the stable background threshold. The internal system time has been set. All system faults have been cleared, system returned to normal status. The event log has been manually cleared. The historic graph has been manually cleared. The operating supply voltage has reduced to < 18V DC for > 2 seconds. An SCD has been reset. A fire condition has been manually reset. The water empty function has been activated. Airflow Faults Cleared The airflow latched fault has been manually reset. N Issue 1 Page 23 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

24 8.0 Maintenance Maintenance service visits are dependent upon the type of application environment. For example a unit installed into a dirty environment will require more frequent maintenance then a clean environment. All maintenance should be carried out by a suitably trained and qualified person. 8.1 Cloud Chamber Water Requirements Distilled water only, replenished as required, dependent upon environment. Low ambient humidity (<50% R.H) or high ambient temperature (>30C) conditions will increase the water usage. 8.2 Periodic Checks and Maintenance The Cirrus Hybrid continuously adjusts its monitoring functions by means of feedback loops, ensuring a minimum of maintenance. To ensure continued correct operation, the system must be checked: Daily by the User. Every three months by Protec Fire Detection or an authorised representative. Whenever building alterations have been performed which could affect the system's operation. Whenever equipment within the protected area has been altered which could affect the system's operation. During a fault condition. After any alarm condition. The following are based on average conditions. Because of the wide range of possibilities in various applications, the frequency of periodic checks and maintenance may have to be adjusted accordingly. 8.3 Daily Checks The following must be performed EVERY DAY by the system User: Check system indicates a healthy condition. Any fault indicated should be recorded in the system logbook and investigated. Determine the extent of the fault and decide whether special actions (such as fire patrols) are needed. Check that any faults reported previously have been attended to. N Issue 1 Page 24 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

25 9.0 Technical Specifications Parameter Power Supply Power Supply Fuse 1.6A Operating Conditions / Limitations 20 to 28V DC, Minimum 2A DC : Approved to EN54 Part 4: (Latest) Voltage Operating Range 20 to 28 V DC Maximum Current Consumption 1.1A DC maximum at 24V DC (blower set to 100%, 4 Pipe Detector) Loop Protocol Protec Algo-tec 6000 Loop Isolator Loop Quiescent Current Consumption Fault Contact Input Contacts [1 to 3] Output Contacts [1 to 5] Power Supply Input Monitor Temperature Range Humidity Limit Indicators Water Requirements Sensitivity Range Optical Sensitivity Range Sensitivity Settings On board consult Protec DEL2110 for details 0.7mA Rated at 30 V DC 1 A DC maximum [Normally closed] 3 Programmable monitored inputs 30 V DC [Active Low] Max applied voltage 30 V DC, Open Circuit Voltage ~16 V DC Closed Circuit Resistance 1k5Ω 5 Programmable Clean Contacts Outputs Rated at 30 V DC, 1 A DC max [Normally open] Normal 24V DC Input, Fault 2.5V DC 0 C to 45 C ambient 0-95% non-condensing ambient Power Fault Pre-Alarm Alarm/Fire [Green LED] [Amber LED] [Amber LED] [Red LED] 7 LCD touch screen display Distilled (or Triple De Ionised Water), replenished as required, dependent upon environment u/l³. 10,000 particles per cc to 10 million particles per cc. 0.1%/m to 20%/m 7 day programmable settings with daily time zones. Sound Pressure Levels 72dB [peak] (Blower at 100%) Airflow Monitoring Airflow Monitoring Range Airflow Velocity Range Event Log Environmental History IP Rating Cable Access Cable Termination Connectivity Pipe OD Pipe Length Maximum High and Low airflow monitoring ± 5% to 50% respectively. For EN54 Part 20 compliance, Unit tolerance set to 20% set by the PC commissioning tool. 0.5 m/s to 6 m/s 256 events stored on FIFO basis Typically 1 Month depending on activity IP30 10x 20mm replaceable knockouts Screw terminal blocks ( mm 2, 30-12AWG) TCP/IP Networking Protocol RJ45 Socket connection USB type B Socket connection 25mm User code (default) 1442 Recommend to consult the pipe calculation program N Issue 1 Page 25 of 25 Protec Fire Detection PLC 2015

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