INTRODUCTION. The data provided is for The Standard Products and any variation will be dealt with at the end of this manual.

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1 INTRODUCTION The information provided herein covers the range of products known as the 'Sensor 901' series. The range of equipment is designed to meet the requirements of BS 5839 parts 1 & The units may be surface mounted or recessed using our 'Flush-in' surround. The data provided is for The Standard Products and any variation will be dealt with at the end of this manual. When servicing, it is important to note that replacements of parts should be limited to the largest complete assembly. A complete printed circuit board should be replaced rather than individual components on that board. This requirement does not extend to such items as LED's and switches etc., which may be replaced as single items. It must be stressed that service, maintenance and parts replacement should only be carried out by persons familiar with Fire Detection Systems, and with suitable qualifications for handling electronic equipment. In the event of the need to contact the manufacturers for spares or additional service information, it is essential that the serial number of the equipment be quoted. When installing the equipment to the instructions herein you are also reminded that careful attention should be paid to the relevant British Standard for Fire Alarm Installations, and the prevailing site conditions. COPYRIGHT This manual or parts thereof may not be reproduced, adapted, merged, translated, stored or used in any other way or form without the prior written consent of the manufacturer. The information contained in this manual is believed to be accurate. However we cannot accept any responsibility for it's use, nor any liability for loss as a result of its use Page 1

2 1 Installation Instructions CONTENTS 1.1. Panel mounting- surface mounted 1.2. Panel mounting- semi flush mounting 1.3. System wiring 2. Panel Testing 2.1. Supply 2.2. Panel 2.3. Common sounder circuits 2.4. Zone detector circuits 2.5. Zone sounder circuit 3. Connection and Testing 3.1. Zone wiring 3.2. Zone sounder wiring 3.3. Common sounder wiring 4. Functional Tests 4.1. Alarm silence 4.2. Alarm resound 4.3. Fault buzzer mute 4.4. Lamp test 4.5. Power and supply 4.6. Repeat functions 4.7. Remote control functions 4.8. Common auxiliary fire contacts 4.9. Zonal auxiliary fire contacts Fault contacts One man test Connector removal Page 2

3 CONTENTS (cont.) 5. Hand Over Tests 5.1. Supply tests 5.2. Zone tests - Detector circuits 5.3. Zone tests - Sounder circuits 5.4. Common sounder tests 5.5. Repeat outputs and remote inputs 5.6. System testing 6. Option Links 6.1. Terminal PCB Zone PCB Zone PCB 6.4. Power PCB 6.5. Master PCB Page 3

4 1. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1. PANEL MOUNTING:- SURFACE MOUNTED Unlock and open the control panel.whilst carefully supporting the cubicle, locate the fixing holes and secure the cubicle to the wall If a glazed door is fitted, unlock it. Open the inner hinged panel by removing the pan head screws located at its right hand edge. Whilst carefully supporting the cubicle, locate the fixing holes and secure cubicle to the wall Dress cables or locate trunking to line up with the gland plate taking careful note of the area available for machining. Carefully mark as required Remove the gland plate and machine the required entries. Under no circumstances should the gland plate be machined whilst fitted to the cubicle, nor should holes additional to cable requirements be machined. If the ingress of debris or other foreign matter is likely whilst the gland plate is removed, or the front opened, suitable protective covering should be used Refit pierced gland plate and connect conduit connectors, trunking or cable glands. DO NOT CONNECT WIRING AT TS TIME PANEL MOUNTING:- SEMI FLUSH MOUNTED Ensure adequate fixing battens or other suitable material to allow fixing as shown on the template drawing Remove the gland plate and machine as required entries. Under no circumstances should the gland plate be machined whilst fitted to the cubicle, nor should holes additional to cable requirements be machined. If the ingress of debris or other foreign matter be likely whilst the gland plate is removed, or the front be opened, then suitable protective covering should be used Unlock and open the control panel If a glazed door is fitted, unlock it. Open the inner hinged panel by removing the pan head screws located at its right hand side Locate and secure panel into wall cutout such that the 'Flushing' flange is flush with the face of the wall SYSTEM WIRING For details of all connections see relevant drawings Detection circuits must are wired in parallel observing polarity across the terminals of the '' (Positive) and '' (Negative) terminals of the appropriate zone The two common sounder circuits must be wired separately by the loop in, loop out method. Bells, electronic sounders etc., are wired in parallel observing polarity across the terminals of the two separate circuits. When the sounders are operated terminal 'A' is negative and terminal 'B' is positive. If non-polarised bells are used then a diode must be connected in series with each sounder as shown in the above mentioned drawings The mains supply to the panel should be taken from an exclusive 240v AC supply Page 4

5 2. PANEL TESTING 2.1. SUPPLY Remove the 240v A.C. fuse from the supply connector and switch on the mains supply. Check incoming supply is within range 230 to 250 volts Replace fuse to panel supply connector, the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED should commence flashing and a buzzer should sound intermittently and the NORMAL SUPPLY LED should be illuminated. Also the STANDBY SUPPLY LED should be illuminated Place batteries in space provided (for self contained units, this is at the bottom of the cubicle) and fit the interconnecting links between the batteries, taking care to ensure a positive engagement of the connections and correct fitting of the insulating covers Check that the battery leads are terminated correctly to the appropriate panel terminals at the Power Supply printed circuit board. If so, proceed to connect the batteries to the battery leads, taking care to ensure secure connection and correct fitting insulating covers. Upon connection of the batteries to the panel, the SUPPLY HEALTHY lamp should stop flashing and a buzzer should stop sounding. The STANDBY SUPPLY LED should go out Battery Voltage. The batteries should now be on charge and a steadily increasing voltage should be seen across the battery-input terminals. The supply healthy LED will continue to flash until the batteries exceed approximately 25 volts DC PANEL At this stage no wiring other than the incoming 240V.AC supply should be connected Ensure that the zone terminals are fitted with the appropriate 'End of Line' resistors as supplied Ensure that the sounder circuit terminals are fitted with the appropriate 'End of Line' resistors as supplied Only the Supply Healthy LED's should be illuminated at this stage Press the LAMP TEST switch. Apart from the Supply Healthy LED all LED's should remain unlit With the key provided set the Control Keyswitch to the MASTER position. Leave switch in this position until completion of testing Press the LAMP TEST switch. All LED's should now be illuminated. The Supply Healthy lamp should remain on all the time and is un-affected by the Lamp Test switch MON SOUNDER CIRCUITS IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE SOUNDER CIRCUITS OPERATE ON THE PRINCIPAL OF REVERSING VOLTAGE BETWEEN THE NORMAL MONITORING CONDITION AND THE ALARM CONDITION Page 5

6 Testing for short circuit indication. The following test should be carried out using a power resistor (100 ohms, rated at least 2 watts.) rather than a direct short circuit which, in the event of an inadvertent alarm on a zone would blow a sounder fuse. Place the resistor momentarily across each of the common sounder circuit terminals in turn and check that the relevant internal 'Short Circuit' fault LED (Red) and the front panel 'Common Fault' and 'Sounder Fault' LED's illuminate and the buzzer operates Testing for open circuit indication. Momentarily remove one end of the sounder circuit 'End of Line' resistor at each common sounder in turn and check that the relevant internal 'Open Circuit' LED (Yellow) and the front panel 'Common Fault' and 'Sounder Fault' LED's illuminate and the buzzer operates. 2.4 ZONE DETECTOR CIRCUITS IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT FOR 'SAV-WIRE' VERSIONS, THE ZONE SOUNDER CIRCUITS OPERATE ON THE PRINCIPAL OF REVERSING THE VOLTAGE BETWEEN THE NORMAL MONITORING CONDITION AND THE ALARM CONDITION Testing for Open Circuit indication. a)momentarily remove the one end of the circuit 'End of Line' resistor from zone 1 and check that the Zone 1 lamps and the MON LED's illuminate as does the internal Detector Open LED and that the internal buzzer operates. b)repeat the above for each of the zones Testing for Detector Removed indication. The following test should be carried out using 3300 ohm 1/2 watt resistor. a)place the resistor across the zone 1 'End of Line' resistor and check that the Zone 1 LED's and the MON LED's illuminate as does the internal Detector Removed LED and that the internal buzzer operates. b)repeat the above for each of the zones Testing for SHORT CIRCUIT indication. The following test should be carried out using a 100 ohms 2 watt resistor. a)place the resistor across the Zone 1 'End of Line' resistor and check that the Zone 1 LED's and the MON LED's illuminate as do the internal Detector Short and Detector Removed LED's also that the internal buzzer operates. b)repeat the above for each of the zones Testing for indication. The following test should be carried out using 470 ohm 1 watt resistor. a)place the resistor across Zone 1 'End of Line' resistor and check that the Zone I LED's illuminate. b)momentarily depress the 'Alarm Silence' and then the 'System Reset' press buttons and repeat the above for each of the zones ZONE SOUNDER CIRCUITS (if Fitted) IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE SOUNDER CIRCUITS OPERATE ON THE PRINCIPAL OF REVERSING VOLTAGE BETWEEN THE NORMAL MONITORING CONDITION AND ALARM CONDITION Page 6

7 Testing for Open Circuit indication. a)momentarily remove one end of the zone sounder circuit 'End of Line' resistor from Zone 1 and check that the Zone 1 LED's and the MON LED's illuminate as does the internal Zone Sounder Open LED and that the internal buzzer operates. b)repeat the above for each of the circuit Testing for Short Circuit indication. The following test should be carried out using a 100 ohms 2 watt resistor. a)place the resistor across the zone Sounder Circuit 'End of Line' resistor and check that the Zone 1 LED's and the MON LED's illuminate as does the internal Zone Sounder Short LED and that the internal buzzer operates. b)repeat the above for each of the circuits. 3. CONNECTION AND TESTING 3.1. ZONE WIRING Remove the 'End of Line' resistor from Zone 1. DO NOT REMOVE SOUNDER 'END OF LINE' RESISTOR OR TERMINATE SOUNDER CIRCUIT CABLES AT TS TIME Terminate Zone I wiring, noting polarity (having already checked for cable faults and a maximum loop resistance of 50 ohms). Repeat in turn for all zones Fit the zone 'End of Line' resistor at the extreme end of each circuit, and check that all the detectors and call points are correctly fitted If the or LED's are illuminate, it would indicate that either a smoke or heat detector has been incorrectly wired or has been operated, OR A manual alarm call point has been inadvertently operated or incorrectly connected, OR A sounder(in the case of SAV-WIRE) has been incorrectly connected. OR An open circuit, short circuit or a low resistance exists between the zone cables Investigate the internal Fault LED's to establish the nature of the fault. Remember to set the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position and depress the ALARM SILENCE and the SYSTEM RESET press buttons to clear any bogus conditions If the 'Detector Open' LED is illuminated this would indicate that either the 'End of Line' resistor has not been terminated correctly or that an open circuit has occurred in the zone wiring, either in the cable itself or at a point of terminating to an 'alarm initiating' point (or a sounder in the case of 'Sav-Wire') Should after investigation, the 'End of Line' resistor be found to be properly connected, remove it and place it across the zone terminals.the Fault LED should go out Carry out a detailed inspection of the cable and rectify the fault If the 'Detector Short', 'Detector Removed' or LED's are illuminated then a short or low resistance exists between the zone cables Page 7

8 Carry out a detailed inspection of the cable and rectify the fault Repeat steps to DO NOT PROCEED TO THE NEXT SECTION UNTIL A STABLE FREE SITUATION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED ZONE SOUNDER WIRING(if Fitted) NOTE: The maximum alarm load per zone must not exceed 1.0 Amp. Also, the total alarm load for all outputs must not exceed 3 Amps, (or 5 amps if larger P.S.M. has been fitted) Remove the zonal sounder 'End of Line' from Zone 1. DO NOT REMOVE MON SOUNDER 'END OF LINE' RESISTORS OR TERMINATE MON SOUNDER CIRCUIT CABLES AT TS TIME Terminate Zone I sounder wiring, noting polarity (having already checked for cable faults and a maximum loop resistance of 50 ohms) Fit the zone 'End of Line' resistors at the extreme end of the sounder circuit, and check that all sounders are correctly fitted If any of the internal zonal LED's are illuminated it would indicate that a sounder has been incorrectly wired. OR An open circuit, short circuit or a low resistance exists between the zone sounder cables Investigate the internal Fault LED's to establish the nature of the fault If the internal 'Zone Sounder Open' LED is illuminated this would indicate that either the 'End of Line' resistor has not been terminated correctly or that an open circuit has occurred in the zone wiring, either in the cable itself or at a point of terminating to a sounder Carry out a detailed inspection of the cable and rectify the fault accordingly If the internal 'Zone Sounder Short' LED is illuminated then a short or low resistance exists between the zone sounder cables Carry out a detailed inspection of the cable and rectify the fault Repeat steps to for each zonal sounder circuit. DO NOT PROCEED TO THE NEXT SECTION UNTIL A STABLE FREE SITUATION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED The sounders may now be tested by operation of the evacuation switch. The sounders should be individually checked for correct operation. After this test, return the evacuation switch to the off position MON SOUNDER WIRING NOTE 1: The maximum alarm load must not exceed 3.OAmps, or as indicated which may be distributed across the two Common Sounders and the Zone Sounders if used. NOTE 2: Remember that at least one sounder must be fitted to each of the Common Sounder circuits, to meet the requirements of BS 5839 pt Page 8

9 The cable resistance in the sounder circuits should be calculated in accordance with the voltage range and current consumption of the sounders to be used Ensure that no alarm condition is being indicated on the control panel and that the Evacuation switch has not been operated, remove the key if in doubt Remove 'End of Line' resistor from sounder circuit Terminate Sounder 1 wiring, noting polarity (having already checked for cable faults and a maximum loop resistance of 25 ohms). Repeat in turn for all other sounders Fit the 'End of Line' resistors at the extreme end of each sounder circuit, and check that all the sounders are correctly fitted If any of the internal sounder LED's are illuminated it would indicate that a sounder has been incorrectly wired. OR An open circuit, short circuit or a low resistance exists between the sounder cables A faulty circuit should be investigated, one section at a time Investigate the internal Fault LED's to establish the nature of the fault If the internal 'Sounder Open' LED is illuminated this would indicate that either the 'End of Line' resistor has not been terminated correctly or that an open circuit has occurred in the wiring, either in the cable itself or at a point of terminating to a sounder Carry out a detailed inspection of the cable and rectify the fault accordingly If the internal 'Sounder Short' LED is illuminated then a short or a low resistance exists between the zone sounder cables Carry out a detailed inspection of that section of the cable and rectify the fault. Check that the blocking diodes have been correctly fitted or polarised sounders have been connected reversed polarity as indicated to connection drawings Repeat steps to for each sounder circuit. DO NOT PROCEED TO THE NEXT SECTION UNTIL A STABLE FREE SITUATION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED The sounders may now be tested by setting the control keyswitch to EVACUATE. The sounders should be individually checked for correct operation. After this test return the control switch to the OFF (centre) position. 4. FUNCTIONAL TESTS 4.1. ALARM SILENCE Using a 470 ohm I watt resistor short out across Zone 1 detector terminals until the LED's illuminate. The alarms should be sounding Depression of the ALARM SILENCE push button should have no effect Page 9

10 Set the control keyswitch to the MASTER position and again momentarily depress the ALARM SILENCE push button. This should now silence the alarms, illuminate the silence LED and activate the internal buzzer Momentarily depress the SYSTEM RESET push button, the LED's and the silence LED will go out Repeat steps to for each zone Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position ALARM RESOUND Repeat steps to Short the 470 ohm resistor across the detector terminals of any zone until its LED's illuminate. This should again re-establish the alarms, silence the internal buzzer and turn out the silence LED Momentarily depress the ALARM SILENCE and the SYSTEM RESET buttons. The LED's should go out Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position BUZZER MUTE Set any zonal Isolate switch to the direction shown by the arrow. The internal buzzer should be activated Depression of the BUZZER MUTE push button should have no effect Set the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position and again momentarily, depress the BUZZER MUTE push button. This should silence the internal buzzer and illuminate the buzzer mute LED Operation of any zonal Isolate switch should re-activate the internal buzzer and the buzzer mute LED will go out Return the zonal Isolate switches to their original positions (against arrow) and check that the internal buzzer is Silenced Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position LAMP TEST Depression of the LAMP TEST push button should have no effect Set the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position and again depress the LAMP TEST push button. This should operate all front panel mounted LED's Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position Page 10

11 4.5. POWER AND SUPPLY Remove the fuse link FS5 from the fuse carrier in the Power Supply Unit. Whilst removed the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's should flash, the internal buzzer should operate intermittently and IL 1 (red) LED located in the Power Supply Unit should be illuminated Upon reconnection of the fuse link the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's return to the steady on state, the internal buzzer should stop and IL 1 go out Switch off the 240v.AC supply (or remove mains fuse) and check that the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's flash, the internal buzzer sounds intermittently and IL 2 (yellow) LED located in the P.S.U. goes out Restoration of the supply should return the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's to the steady on state, the internal buzzer should stop and IL 2 come back on Connect a multimeter set to above 30 Volts DC across the Repeater Supply terminals on the Power PCB module and check that the voltage is between 24.0 and 26.0 volts REPEAT FUNCTIONS Connect the positive lead of the multimeter to the REPEATER SUPPLY positive terminal of the Power PCB module Connect the negative lead of the multimeter to Zone 1 Fire Repeat Output. The meter reading should be zero Connect the 470 ohm resistor across the detector terminals of Zone 1 until its LED's illuminate. Check that the meter reading is between 24.0 and 26.0 volts Set the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position and momentarily depress the ALARM SILENCE and the SYSTEM RESET buttons. The LED's should go out and the meter reading will return to zero Repeat steps to connecting each zone in turn Connect the negative lead of the multimeter to. repeat output. The meter reading should be zero Connect the 470 ohm resistor across the detector terminals of any zone until its LED's illuminate. Check that the meter reading is between 24.0 and 26.0 volts Depress the ALARM SILENCE and the SYSTEM RESET push buttons momentarily. The LED's should go out and the meter reading should return to zero Steps and may be repeated at other zones if necessary Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position Connect the negative lead of the multimeter to Zone 1 repeat output. The meter reading should be zero Page 11

12 Set Zone 1 Isolate switch to the direction shown by the arrow. The internal buzzer should be activated and the meter reading between 24.0 and 26.0 volts Return the Isolate switch to its original position (against arrow) and check that the internal buzzer is silenced Steps and should be repeated at each zone in turn Connect the negative lead of the multimeter to. repeat output. The meter reading should be zero Set any zonal Isolate switch to the direction shown by the arrow. The internal buzzer should be activated and the meter reading should be between 24.0 and 26.0 volts Return the Isolate switch to its original position (against arrow) and check that the internal buzzer is silent Steps and may be repeated at other zones as thought necessary Connect the negative lead of the multimeter to SUP. repeat output. The meter reading should be zero Remove the fuse link FS5 in the Power Supply Unit. Whilst removed (see step ) the meter reading should be between 24.0 and 26.0 volts. The fuse link should be replaced at completion of this test Remove the multimeter leads from the unit REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS Connect a short lead between the MON negative and the EVACUATE terminal of the Power PCB module. All sounders should activate continuously. Remove the lead from the EVACUATE terminal Using a 470 ohm 1 watt resistor short out across Zone 1 detector terminals until the LED's illuminate. The alarms should be sounding Momentarily connect the MON negative lead to the ALARM SILENCE terminal. This should silence the alarms, illuminate the silence LED and activate the internal buzzer Momentarily connect the MON negative lead to the SYSTEM RESET terminal. This should reset the panel Connect the MON negative lead to the REMOTE terminal and check that the MON LED's illuminate as does the internal REMOTE LED on the Power PCB Remove the lead from the MON negative terminal Remove the REPEATER SUPPLY fuse (FSI On Power PCB) and check that the MON LED 1 s illuminate as does the internal Repeater Supply Fuse LED on the Power PCB Page 12

13 4.8. MON AUXILIARY CONTACTS Check with multimeter set to ohms x 100 that the AUXILIARY CONTACTS at the Power PCB module are connected as shown Connect the 470 ohm resistor across the detector terminals of any zone until the LED's illuminate. Silence the alarms if necessary Check with the meter that the AUXILIARY CONTACTS have changed state Set the AUX.keyswitch to the ISOLATE position and check with the meter that the AUXILIARY CONTACTS revert to their original state as Set the AUX. keyswitch to the off (vertical) position. Set CONTROL keyswitch to MASTER position. Momentarily depress SYSTEM RESET push button to turn off LED's and then return CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position ZONAL AUXILIARY CONTACTS Check with multimeter set to ohms x 100 that the RELAY CONTACTS for each zone are connected as shown Connect the 470 ohm resistor across the detector terminals of zone 1 until the LED's illuminate. Silence the alarms if necessary Check with meter that the RELAY CONTACTS at zone 1 have changed state Set the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position and momentarily depress the ALARM SILENCE and the SYSTEM RESET push buttons to turn off LED's Repeat steps to at each zone At conclusion of tests return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position CONTACTS Check with multimeter set to ohms x 100 that the CONTACTS at the Power PCB module are connected as shown Set any zonal Isolate switch to the direction shown by the arrow. The Zonal and Common Fault LED's will illuminate, and the buzzer will sound Check with the meter that the CONTACTS have changed state Return the Isolate switch to its original position (against arrow) and check that the internal buzzer is silenced ONE MAN TEST Set the AUX. keyswitch to the Isolate position, LED will illuminate Set the ONE MAN TEST slide switch (mounted on MASTER PCB) to the direction shown by the arrow Page 13

14 Connect the 470 ohm resistor across the detector terminals of any zone until its LED's illuminate Note that the LED's automatically extinguish after approximately 5 seconds Steps and may be repeated at other zones if necessary Return the ONE MAN TEST switch to its original position (against arrow) and set the AUX. keyswitch to the off (vertical) position CONNECTOR REMOVAL Disconnect ribbon from Zone card and check that the internal buzzer sounds intermittently. Reconnect ribbon after the test. 5. HAND OVER TESTS The following tests should only be carried out after sufficient period of soak testing has elapsed. Should faults have occurred during the soak test period then these faults must have been rectified not less than 24 hours prior to the hand over tests. All measurements should be made with a suitable meter. WARNING: 240V Mains Voltage is present within the equipment SUPPLY TESTS The equipment should be in its normal standby condition showing only a continuous SUPPLY HEALTHY indication with no other audible or visual indications Open the front of the panel with the key provided Taking due care, measure incoming mains supply to the mains terminal block, located on the top right hand side of Panel box. The voltage should be within the range V.AC By using the remote mains isolating switch fuse, switch off the mains supply to the panel and check that the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's commence flashing and the internal buzzer operates Restore the mains supply and verify that the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's are now continuous and that the internal buzzer is now silent Measure the STANDBY BATTERY SUPPLY voltage at the Power PCB module. The voltage should be 27.3 V+ 0.5V Remove the fuse links FS5 from the fuse carrier in the Power Supply Unit and check that the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's commence flashing and the internal buzzer operates. Reconnect the battery fuse and verify that the SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's are now in continuous and that the internal buzzer is silent With the key provided, set the CONTROL switch to the MASTER position. Leave the switch in the operative condition until the end of the hand over tests Press the LAMP TEST push button, all LED's should now illuminate. The SUPPLY HEALTHY LED's should remain on all the time and are not affected by the LAMP TEST switch Page 14

15 5.2. ZONE TEST - DETECTOR CIRCUITS Select a DC voltage range on the multimeter and measure each zone voltage at the detector terminals. The reading obtained should be within the range volts Select a DC current range and connect the meter across the detector terminals at each zone in turn. The reading obtained should be approximately 80 ma. Check also that the corresponding zonal LED's are illuminated Operate in turn each zonal Isolate switch and check that the corresponding zone LED's illuminate and that the internal buzzer operates Return each zonal Isolate switch to its original position (against arrow) and check that the LED's extinguish and that the internal buzzer is silenced ZONE TESTS - SOUNDER CIRCUITS Select a DC voltage on the multimeter and measure the voltage at the sounder terminals. The reading obtained should be within the range of volts Set the CONTROL keyswitch to EVACUATE position and measure each zone again at the sounder terminals, noting that the voltage has reversed and is approximately 25.5 volts Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position MON SOUNDER TESTS Select a DC voltage on the multimeter and measure the voltage of the terminals of each sounder circuit. The reading obtained should be within the range volts Set the CONTROL keyswitch to the EVACUATE position measuring the voltage at the terminals of each sounder circuit, noting that the voltage has reversed and is approximately 25.5 volts Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the MASTER position REPEAT OUTPUTS AND REMOTE INPUTS Where these outputs and inputs are used with other peripheral equipment, then complete system function can only be checked by reference to the test procedure for those pieces of equipment. The tests necessary to ascertain correct function of these outputs and inputs are covered in Section SYSTEM TESTING The panel tests are now complete, the following tests cover the initiating points (detectors and break glass call points) and the alarm sounders Set the AUX. keyswitch to the ISOLATE position Set the ONE MAN TEST switch (mounted on MASTER PCB) to the direction shown by the arrow Page 15

16 Test all automatic detectors and break glass call points individually for correct operation. Ensure that the respective ZONE LED's illuminate and that the indicators on each detector illuminate when tested Note that the LED's automatically extinguish after approximately 5 seconds Return the ONE MAN TEST switch to its original position (against arrow) and set the AUX. keyswitch to the off (vertical) position Close up the front panel and lock it with the key provided Initiate an alarm by operating a break glass call point or automatic detector. This should cause the appropriate zone LED's to illuminate and both common sounder circuits and SAV-WIRE circuits to operate. Check each sounder individually for correct operation and ensure that the alarms are sufficiently audible throughout the building Operate the ALARM SILENCE push button, check that the sounders have been silenced and that the internal supervisory buzzer is operating For multi-zone panels proceed to operate initiating points on other zones and check that the sounders re-activate, operating the ALARM SILENCE push button upon each operation of the sounders. After testing all zones, operate the SYSTEM RESET push button, returning the panel to the normal standby condition Set the CONTROL keyswitch to the EVACUATE position and check that all sounders operate continuously. Return the CONTROL keyswitch to the off (vertical) position Any connections to the auxiliary relay should now be terminated, and a functional test carried out Remove all keys and hand them to the person responsible for the system, advising occupants that the tests are over and the system is now fully operational. 6. OPTION LINKS The following gives a brief description of how functions can be changed by moving the various option links. Each board is dealt with separately TERMINAL PCB If any zone is to be operated as a standard two wire or four wire system. Then links LK1 and Lk3 should be fitted and LK2 and Lk4 are omitted If any zone is to be operated as a "Sav-Wire" zone then links LK2 and LK4 should be fitted and LK1 and LK3 are omitted If a Relay PCB is fitted then link LK5 should be removed ZONE PCB Of the remaining links LK11, LK12 and Lkl3 are omitted and LK1O and LK14 are fitted For 12 zone unit omit link 10 and fit link Page 16

17 ZONE PCB For 8 and 12 zone units link LK10 is fitted and Lk11 is omitted For 16 zone units the upper board is linked as and the lower board has Lk11 fitted and Lkl0 omitted On all 8 zone boards links LK12 and LK13 are omitted and LKI4 and LK15 are fitted POWER PCB If the "Monitored Aux." circuit is required to be isolated by the AUX.CONTACTS ISOLATE keyswitch then fit link LK2 and omit Lk1. Should this not be required then fit LK1 and omit LK If the "Sounder 3/Aux" circuit is required to operate as a third sounder then fit link LK3 and omit LK4. (see also ) If the "Sounder 3/Aux" circuit is required to be operated by "Common Fire" for monitoring and operating remote auxiliary circuits such as Auto-dialers etc., then fit link LK4 and omit Lk If the "Fault Contacts" are required to be isolated by the AUX.CONTACTS ISOLATE keyswitch then fit link LK5 and omit LK6. Should this not be required then fit LK6 and omit LK If it is required that a "Supply Fault" should also operate the "Fault Contacts" then fir link LK7. If not, omit LK If the "Sounder 3/Aux" circuit is used as a Third Common Sounder circuit then fit link LK9. If not, omit LK MASTER PCB When PL4 is not used links LK1 and LK2 must be fitted Which of the links LK3 Thro' LK6 are fitted depends on the number of zones in the unit. The tick in the table below show which links are fitted Page17

18 NORMAL SUPPLY VOLTAGE STANDBY SUPPLY VOLTAGE V ZONE VOLTAGE ZONAL SOUNDER VOLTAGE MON SOUNDER VOLTAGE Inside Panel Door ZONE PCB 901 P3(4 zone) P4(8 zone) CONTROL PCB 901 P7 MASTER PCB 901 P10 Inside Back Box Mains TERM. CARD 901 P18 POWER CARD 901 P9 901 PSM

19 ZONE CARD 901 P3 or P4 TERM. CARD 901 P18 Switches A Links E MASTER CARD 901 P10 Switch C Switch B Switch D SWITCH "A" ZONE ISOLATE SWITCHES a) Down - the zone is in normal operation. b) Up - the zone has been isolated. Allowing detectors and call points to illuminate Zone Fire LED's but not to operate Alarm Sounders. Zone Fault LED's and Zone Isolated LED's will illuminate and buzzer will sound. Operate key to Master position and press buzzer mute to stop buzzer. c) Reset system in normal manor. SWITCH "B" ONE MA N TEST SWITCH a) Down - One Man Test Off. b) Up - One Man Test is half ready for operation. c) Auxiliary isolated key switch on door front must be engaged to complete the other half of one man test facility. d) Operation of detector or call point will initiate an alarm condition at the Control Panel illuminating Zone Fire LED 1 s and operating alarm sounders for approximately 5 sec's then automatically resetting system. SWITCH "C"ZONAL ALARM SOUNDERS and "SAV-WIRE" a) Up - All zonal alarm sounder will operate continuously. b) Down - Zone in alarm condition will operate continuously all other zones will pulse. Further zones into alarm condition will operate continuously. SWITCH "D" MON ALARM SOUNDERS a) Up - Sounders will operate continuously. b) Down - Sounders will pulse. Operate of the control keyswitch to evacuate position will operate all alarm sounders continuously. LINKS "E" on "SAV-WIRE" PANEL only a) On - Zone will operate "Sav-Wire" facility. b) Off - Zone will only operate conventionally.

20 8K2 0.5W END OF LINE RESISTOR MUST BE FITTED IN LAST DEVICE 8K2 0.5W 8K2 0.5W DRG. No. PA901-A44 S S ALARM SOUNDER POLARISED BELL OR ELECTRONIC SOUNDER S D SMOKE/HEAT DETECTOR SAV-WIRE BASE MUST BE USED CONNECTIONS VARY DEPENDING ON TYPE OF DETECTOR USED. D S MANUAL CALL POINT POLARISED CALL POINT. 470R SWITCNG S MAINS SUPPLY A B C D ZONE A ZONE B ZONE C ZONE D E F G H TERMINAL BOARD (P18) ZONE E ZONE F ZONE G ZONE H MON SOUNDERS MAIN SUPPLY STANDBY SUPPLY OP REPEAT SUPPLY A B A B A B REMOTE 2 1 OPTIONAL EXTRA FITTED IF REQUIRED AUXILIARY CONTACTS CONTACTS REPEAT POWER BOARD (P9) SUPPLY RESET AL.SIL EVAC E L N TRANSFORMER NOTES! 1. DEVICES MAY BE FITTED IN ANY ORDER. 2. WIRING MUST BE IN STRICT PARALLEL. 3. WHEN SOUNDERS ARE OPERATING A()= -VE B()= +VE WHEN NOT SOUNDING A()= +VE B()= -VE OP P.S.U. (P11) AC AC TO 24V S.L.A. BATTERY PACK P R O T E C T O R A L A R M S L T D. Title 901 SERIES TYPICAL TERMINAL ARRANGEMENT SAV-WIRE VERSION. ISSUE 1 15/10/97 ALT. 901-AN-050 DRAWN APPROVED KC DRAWING NUMBER ISSUE DATE 2 12/6/00 SCALE NTS PA901-A44 TOLERANCES

21 8K2 0.5W END OF LINE RESISTOR 8K2 MUST BE FITTED IN LAST DEVICE 0.5W 8K2 0.5W DRG. No. PA901-A43 D D ALARM SOUNDER POLARISED BELL OR ELECTRONIC SOUNDER S D SMOKE/HEAT DETECTOR CONNECTIONS VARY DEPENDING ON TYPE OF DETECTOR USED. D S MANUAL CALL POINT 470R SWITCNG S MAINS SUPPLY A B C D ZONE A ZONE B ZONE C ZONE D E F G H TERMINAL BOARD (P18) ZONE E ZONE F ZONE G ZONE H MON SOUNDERS MAIN SUPPLY STANDBY SUPPLY OP REPEAT SUPPLY A B A B A B REMOTE 2 1 OPTIONAL EXTRA FITTED IF REQUIRED AUXILIARY CONTACTS CONTACTS REPEAT POWER BOARD (P9) SUPPLY RESET AL.SIL EVAC L E N TRANSFORMER NOTES! 1. IF SAV-WIRE / DETECTOR REMOVAL DETECTOR BASES ARE USED THEN DETECTORS AND CALL POINTS MAY BE FITTED IN ANY ORDER. IF BASES THAT ARE NOT SAV-WIRE / DETECTOR REMOVAL TYPE ARE USED, THEN TO CONFORM TO BS5839 CALL POINTS MUST BE WIRED FIRST, AS SHOWN, OR CONNECTED TO A SEPARATE ZONE. 2. WIRING MUST BE IN STRICT PARALLEL. 3. WHEN SOUNDERS ARE OPERATING A= -VE B= +VE WHEN NOT SOUNDING A= +VE B= -VE P R O T E C T O R A L A R M S L T D. Title OP 901 SERIES TYPICAL TERMINAL ARRANGEMENT CONVENTIONAL VERSION. P.S.U. (P11) AC AC ISSUE 1 15/10/97 ALT. 901-AN-050 DRAWN APPROVED KC DRAWING NUMBER TO 24V S.L.A. BATTERY PACK SCALE NTS PA901-A43 ISSUE DATE 2 12/6/00 TOLERANCES

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