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					         FIREQUEST
         PLUS
         ANALOGUE
         ADDRESSABLE
         FIRE CONTROL
         PANEL




   FIREQUEST PLUS
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                                                    Section 1
                                                    Installation
                                                          Manual
                                                                                     Issue 1.2
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CONTENTS
SECTION 1 – INSTALLATION...................................................................... 1
  Using the Manual ................................................................................................................. 1
GETTING STARTED ..................................................................................... 2
  What does a typical system consist of? ............................................................................... 2
   Detection .......................................................................................................................... 2
   Display.............................................................................................................................. 2
   Sounder Control ............................................................................................................... 2
SOME THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW........................................................ 3
         Panel Types............................................................................................................................... 3
         FireQuest 24.............................................................................................................................. 3
         FireQuest Plus........................................................................................................................... 3
         Operating Voltage...................................................................................................................... 3
         Environmental Constraints ........................................................................................................ 3
         Quiescent current ...................................................................................................................... 3
         Battery Size ............................................................................................................................... 3
         Battery Charging capacity ......................................................................................................... 4
         Battery Enclosures .................................................................................................................... 4
         Fire Brigade signal..................................................................................................................... 5
         Loop Cable ................................................................................................................................ 5
         Operating Instructions ............................................................................................................... 5
  Earth Connections................................................................................................................ 6
         Internal Earth Connections ........................................................................................................ 6
         Loop Earth Connections ............................................................................................................ 6
         Repeater Communications Cable Installation............................................................................ 6
  Installing the Enclosure ........................................................................................................ 6
     Fixing to wall..................................................................................................................... 6
     Connecting Cables ........................................................................................................... 8
     Mains Supply.................................................................................................................... 9
  Cable Test sheet .................................................................................................................. 9
  Field Device Installation ..................................................................................................... 10
         Detector Bases ........................................................................................................................ 10
         Manual Callpoints .................................................................................................................... 10
         Input/Output and other Loop-powered Units............................................................................ 10
         Cable Installation ..................................................................................................................... 10
     Loop Cable Testing ........................................................................................................ 10
         Megger Tests........................................................................................................................... 11
         Resistance Checks.................................................................................................................. 11
  Sounder Circuit Installation ................................................................................................ 11
         Megger Tests........................................................................................................................... 11
         Resistance Checks.................................................................................................................. 11
  Installing the Control Unit ................................................................................................... 12
     Baseboard Installation.................................................................................................... 12
     Cable Routing................................................................................................................. 12
  Powering Up the Control Unit............................................................................................. 12
     Battery power up ............................................................................................................ 13
     Detector Loop Cables .................................................................................................... 13
     Sounder Circuit Cables .................................................................................................. 13
     Fitting the Front Door Assembly..................................................................................... 13
     Fitting the Programme EPROM ..................................................................................... 13
     Setting the Battery Charger Voltage .............................................................................. 13
     Connecting the Backfire Lead ........................................................................................ 13
  Hardware Installation Details ............................................................................................. 14
     Baseboard ...................................................................................................................... 14



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              Baseboard Components Function Table (for PCB 2115 Rev4) ............................................... 14
              Power supply adjustment (Rev 5 Modules) ............................................................................. 16
              Sounder and Auxiliary Relay outputs....................................................................................... 17
              Baseboard Components Function Table (for PCB 2115 Rev5) ............................................... 17
          Baseboard – Additional Information ............................................................................... 19
              Fitting Additional Loops ........................................................................................................... 19
              Fitting 10-way Output Cards .................................................................................................... 19
              10-way Module Address Setting .............................................................................................. 20
              Extension Motherboard ........................................................................................................... 20
              Remote PSU............................................................................................................................ 21
              Sounder Circuit/Volt Free Output Selection (Baseboard 2115 Rev 4 Modules) ...................... 22
          Door mounted CPU Board ............................................................................................. 23
              CPU Board Function Table...................................................................................................... 23
          CPU Board – Additional Information .............................................................................. 24
       Internal Wiring .................................................................................................................... 24
       Printers ............................................................................................................................... 26
          Thermal Printers............................................................................................................. 26
          Printer Settings – Dual Colour Printer ............................................................................ 26
              Setting Baud Rate ................................................................................................................... 26
              Component Status................................................................................................................... 26
              Paper Feed.............................................................................................................................. 26
       Backfire Connection ........................................................................................................... 27
              Backfire Cable details .............................................................................................................. 27

     REPEATER CONNECTIONS ...................................................................... 27
       Repeater Self test .............................................................................................................. 28
       Repeater Options ............................................................................................................... 28
     REPEATER INTERNAL WIRING ................................................................ 29

     PAGER INTERFACES ................................................................................ 29

     DETECTOR & INPUT/OUTPUT UNIT INSTALLATION.............................. 30
       Cable Test Sheet (Sample)................................................................................................ 31




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SECTION 1 – INSTALLATION
Using the Manual
The manual is divided into sections, each of which will guide you through a particular aspect
of the system.
In the left hand margin icons are used to draw your attention to important Notes [ 1] or
Warnings [ M ].
If you need to install and commission the system, then go to Section 1. This also contains
drawings and connection details of all the hardware modules.

If the system has already been installed and you need to know how to operate FireQuest
Control Panel, then Sections 2 & 3 will detail the controls and indicators and take you
through the normal operation of the system.

Once installed Sections 4 & 5 will guide you through the configuration. When configuring a
system with Apollo, Nittan or Hochiki ESP devices there are some additional features that
are relevant to the configuration, these are covered in Appendix A

If a fault or problem occurs refer to Section 3 - Normal Operation – Dealing with Faults,
which details the normal system faults that may occur.
If further assistance is required, refer to the Troubleshooting Guide in Section 2.




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    Getting Started
    This manual describes how the system is used for normal day-to-day operation and how to
    install and configure the system.


    What does a typical system consist of?
    The system may be divided into three main sections: Detection, Display, and Sounder
    Operation.

    Detection
    This is configured as a number of detection devices connected to a cable, in the form of a
    ring. This is referred to as a Loop. There may be up to 126 devices on a Loop. Each Loop
    can be subdivided into smaller groups of detectors, or Zones. The FireQuest panel is fitted
    with one loop interface. It may also be fitted with one additional loop.

    Display
    There are several independent display systems on the Control Unit. The main display is the
    2-line Liquid Crystal Display, (LCD) which shows all the information with text messages to
    aid clarity, as well as a Zone indication. These independent indications ensure that a Fire can
    be detected and located.

    In addition, there are various LED’s for immediate status indication for Fire, Faults, and so
    on. An optional printer records all the information for later analysis.

    Sounder Control
    When an Alarm occurs, the sounders will operate in a pre-programmed arrangement. The
    sounders are connected to the Control Unit, in groups, or Sectors. Each Sector output may
    have a large number of sounders connected to it, all of which will operate in the same way.




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Some things you need to
know
PANEL TYPES
The FireQuest 24 and FireQuest Plus are two multiloop control panel ranges, which share
common software, and much of the hardware.

FIREQUEST 24
This panel is capable of interfacing to Apollo, Nittan and Hochiki detectors. It is limited to 4
loops of detection, and has a limited front panel arrangement with 24 zones.

FIREQUEST PLUS
This panel range is capable of interfacing to Apollo or Nittan detectors. It can have as many
as 16 loops, and 32, 64, 96 or 128 zones.

OPERATING VOLTAGE
The operating voltage is 230v.a.c.(+10% to –15%),

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS
Operating Temperature –5° to +40°, RH 93% non-condensing.

QUIESCENT CURRENT
Normal condition quiescent current for the Control panel with a standard loop card is:-

 1 Loop      Without Printer               225mA
 1 Loop      With printer                  245mA
 Each additional loop                      25mA
 Each additional 10 way Auxiliary or       10mA
 Sounder card

With a Mains Fault present, the current is reduced by 20mA.

BATTERY SIZE
Max battery size which will fit into the Control Panel is :

Standard (370h) Enclosure
 1-4 Loops, without Printer                18Ah
 1-4 Loops, with printer                   15Ah

Extended (620h) Enclosure (with or without printer)
 1-4 Loops                          24Ah
 1-4 Loops, with 2 x 10-way Sounder 15Ah
 Cards


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     5-8 Loops                                                  24Ah
     5-8 Loops with 2 x 10-way Sounder                          12Ah
     Cards
     If a Supernet Interface is fitted                          15Ah

    See the battery manufacturer’s data on battery replacement for both the standby batteries and
    the memory battery, which should be typically 4 years and 8 years respectively.

    BATTERY CHARGING CAPACITY

                                                          PSU Size Chart
                              2100
     Quiescent Current (mA)




                              1800

                              1500

                              1200
                                                                                     3A PSU
                              900                                                    5A PSU
                                                                                     10A PSU
                              600

                              300

                                0
                                     0   1   2   3    4     5   6   7   8   9   10

                                                     Sounder Load




    BATTERY ENCLOSURES
    The Firequest range is capable of being powered by batteries in separate enclosures.
    These are manufactured in two sizes:
    The first being capable of holding 4x24Ah batteries (no PSU), the enclosure is the same size
    as the Fire Panel Standard Enclosure, see Figure 2.
    The second being capable of holding 2x38Ah batteries (no PSU), for enclosure size, see
    Figure 1.




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Figure 1 – Firequest Plus Battery Box for 2x38Ah batteries

FIRE BRIGADE SIGNAL
There is no facility to delay the Fire Brigade signal on LPC-approved systems.

LOOP CABLE

♦   The terminals will accept from 0.5mm2 to 2.5mm2 cables, with a cable length of 2Km,
    subject to using the detector manufacturers calculations for voltage and capacitance.
    Mineral Insulated Copper Clad (MICC) cable is recommended; however most of
    established brands of fire-rated screened cable can generally be used.

♦   See connection details later in this Section for information on how to connect the system
    components.

♦   Please take the time to read the detector manufacturers information on field devices.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

♦   To operate the system read this Manual in full before use.

♦   Please see the section on Routine Testing in this manual in accordance with relevant
    sections of BS 5839 part 1 1988 and EN54.




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        Earth Connections
        Special attention should be paid to Earth Connection. The system backbox should be
        connected to earth using a 4mm², minimum, Earth cable. This should be connected to the
        backbox using the earth stud provided, and connected via a 5mm² ring crimp, not wrapped
        around the stud.
        All field cable screens should also be terminated on this stud or the terminal provided.

        INTERNAL EARTH CONNECTIONS
        Internal earth cables are there to protect the system from static damage and the user from
        harm. DO NOT REMOVE THEM and ensure they are secure at all times.

        LOOP EARTH CONNECTIONS

        ♦   The Detector manufacturer provides a connection in the base of the detector for the
            termination of the Earth cable, which should be made use of. This must provide a
            continuous path around each loop.

        ♦   Loop earths must not cross, and therefore multi-core cable must not be used.

        ♦   This should be connected to the box using the stud provided, and connected via a 5mm
            ring crimp, not wrapped around the stud.

        REPEATER COMMUNICATIONS CABLE INSTALLATION

        ♦   The screen from the communications cable between the Repeater and the Fire Control
            panel must not be connected to the earth stud; it should be connected to the terminal
            provided.

        ♦   The Repeater enclosure should have both an isolated screen on the data cable, and a
            4mm earth cable.

        ♦   If the Repeater is powered from the Fire Panel the 24v supply should be in a 2-core cable
            with screen, as should the data cable.

        ♦   If the Repeater is the main display for the building it must have all the standard elements
            of the EN54 Standard included, e.g. dual supply, dual data path etc.


        Installing the Enclosure
        The FireQuest Plus Control Unit is normally supplied with the printed circuit cards fitted.
        These will not be required until commissioning, and may be removed and temporarily stored
        in a cool dry place.
        Where the panel is fitted with a printer, this is susceptible to dust and grit, and must be
1       looked after accordingly.

        Fixing to wall
        Remove the front door assembly by disconnecting the ribbon cables leading from the CPU,
        removing the cables on TB1, and unscrewing the hinges. Remove the baseboard chassis by
        removing the fixing nuts and washers, and store temporarily in a safe place.
        There must be 5mm clearance at top and bottom of the box, 5mm clearance at the right, and
        20mm clearance at the left, to allow for hinging.
        Drill three holes in the positions indicated. Fit the wall plugs and a panhead fixing screw in
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the upper mounting hole. Screw this almost home.
Hang the enclosure on this screw, and fix to the wall with the two lower screws, taking care
that the box does not twist, which would prevent the front door from closing correctly.
Tighten the screws until the unit is securely fixed to the wall.
Remove the 20mm knockouts located on the top and bottom of the enclosure where
necessary for cable entry, and make off incoming cable conduit or glands.
The enclosure is now ready for cable installation.




Figure 2 – Firequest Plus Back Box – Standard Enclosure




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        Figure 3 – Firequest Plus Back Box – Extended Enclosure



        Connecting Cables
        All cables should be specified and installed to meet the requirements of BS5839 Part 1
        Subsection 17 or local equivalent standard.
        For the Loop circuit wiring, many types of unscreened or screened cable may be used. For
        example, MICC, FP200, SWA, Belden shielded twisted pair, shielded untwisted pair,
        untwisted pair cables, may be used, providing that the conductor size is not less than 1.0mm2
        , and not greater than 2.5mm2 , defined by the detector manufacturer, are not exceeded.
        When used, the Loop circuit cable screens must be joined within each device on the loop to
        form a continuous cable screen.
        All other cables must be of a sufficient size not to cause an excessive voltage drop.
        Note: It is an I.E.E. Regulation that fire alarm cables be segregated from all other (non-fire
1       alarm) cables.

        All cables should have been meggered without any detection devices fitted. (See Field
        Device Installation later in this section for details of cable testing). The terminal blocks will
        accept cables with a cross-section of 2.5mm2 in all cases.
        Cables should be stripped back, leaving 600mm within the enclosure for termination, if the
        cables are brought in through the bottom of the box, or 300mm if brought in through the top.




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    Mains Supply
    The mains supply to the Control unit should be 220-250v.d.c. 50Hz, taken from an un-
    switched fused spur on a maintained power circuit.
    Connection to the mains supply must be via an isolating switch reserved solely for the
    purpose, its cover coloured red and labelled ‘FIRE ALARM: DO NOT SWITCH OFF’.
    The isolating device:
    ♦ Must be as close to the incoming supply as is practicably possible.
    ♦ Should be secure from unauthorised operation.
    WARNING:
M   FOR A SITE WHERE THE NEUTRAL OF THE MAINS SUPPLY CANNOT BE
    IDENTIFIED A TWO-POLE ISOLATING DEVICE MUST BE USED WHICH
    DISCONNECTS BOTH POLES SIMULTANEOUSLY. WHERE THE NEUTRAL OF
    THE MAINS CAN BE IDENTIFIED, A SINGLE POLE ISOLATING DEVICE MAY
    BE USED WHICH DISCONNECTS THE PHASE CONDUCTOR.
    Note: If a two-pole device is used, a label must be affixed inside the unit warning of a fuse in
    the neutral line.
    Earthing should be in accordance with the current IEEE regulations.
    All exposed metalwork and cabling conduits must be returned to earth via a suitable copper
    conductor.
    All cable screens are to be terminated on cable entry via suitable glands. System 0V MUST
    NOT be connected to earth
    It is important to ensure the correct routing of cables in order to minimise coupling effects.
    In particular, power and Loop signal cables should NOT be grouped together in the same
    conduit or trunking. Where it is unavoidable to run power and signal cables together, it is
    recommended that the separation between them is kept to the maximum distance.


    Cable Test sheet
    See attached sample in Appendix at rear of document.




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          Field Device Installation
         The installation of the Detectors Bases, Manual Callpoints, Zone Monitoring Units and
         Isolators should be carried out as per the relevant Detector Installation Guide. The following
         notes are intended to point out possible pitfalls, which may affect the operation of the panel.
         Always remember to observe the polarity of connections, and where possible, avoid wiring
1        detectors on a spur.
         We strongly advise against the use of multicore cables for loop wiring, and for the use of
         spare cores for other services, including DC supplies, unless suitable de-coupling is fitted at
         the panel to prevent crosstalk being induced from cable-to-cable via the common 'carrier'.
         We suggest the with FP200-type cable, earthing is at the panel end only, with the screen
         continuous. With MICC, site-earths should be minimised, but the screening should be
         continuous.

         DETECTOR BASES
         Most manufacturers Detector Bases are interchangeable, regardless of the type of detector
         being fitted in the base. However, with some types, the Short-Circuit Isolator is fitted into an
         Isolator Base, and the Zone Monitoring Units and other field units are wired into via
         terminals.
         The Loop cabling is connected to the bases such that continuity is maintained without the
         detector being present. The Isolators do not maintain cable continuity. For this reason, in
         order to megger the Loop cables, and conduct the resistance checks, the bases which contain
         Isolators must be temporarily fitted with Link Heads, while cable tests take place.

         MANUAL CALLPOINTS
         These units contain sensitive electronic circuitry, and must not, therefore, be fitted during
         cable proving tests. The incoming and outgoing Loop cables should be temporarily joined
         (observing polarity) using terminal blocks while cable tests are carried out.

         INPUT/OUTPUT AND OTHER LOOP-POWERED UNITS
         These units contain sensitive electronic circuitry, and must not, therefore, be fitted during
         cable proving tests. The incoming and outgoing Loop cables should be temporarily joined
         (observing polarity) using terminal blocks while cable tests are carried out.

         CABLE INSTALLATION
         Cables can be 1.5mm2 or 2.5mm2 in conduit, FP200 or MICC, with a maximum Loop length
         of 2km (1km for 1.5mm), subject to the normal load calculations. Other cables may be
         suitable, but they should have a core-to-core capacitance of not more than 300nF for the
         loop, nor a resistance of more than 20ohms when tested as described below. Reasonable care
         should be taken where possible, to avoid routing the detection loops close to any high-
         voltage or high-current cables or sources.

         Loop Cable Testing
         The Loop cables should all be tested for continuity and isolation before being connected to
         the terminals on the motherboard. They should be clearly marked with the Loop Number, the
         polarity (+ or -) and the 'direction' (Out or In).
         The following tests must be carried out with no devices (including callpoints, Isolators or
         boxed I/O modules) fitted to the system:


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    MEGGER TESTS
    With the Link heads fitted in the Isolator bases (if installed), and the wiring at the Manual
    Callpoints and Interface Units (if fitted) linked out with terminal blocks, the Loop cables
    should be meggered at 500v. Check that the resistance from core-to-core, and from each core
    to screen or earth is not less than 200Mohms. Record the actual values for each cable on the
    Pre-commissioning Test sheets.

    RESISTANCE CHECKS
    Link the Zone In +ve and the Zone In -ve cables together with a terminal block. Using a
    digital multimeter set to ohms, measure the resistance value across the Zone Out +ve and the
    Zone Out -ve cables. This must not exceed 20ohms. Remove the terminal block, and
    measure the resistance across the Zone Out+ve and the Zone In +ve cables. Measure the
    resistance across the Zone Out -ve and the Zone In -ve cables. These should be
    approximately the same figure. Record all these values on the Pre-commissioning Test
    sheets.
    If the Loop resistance exceeds the maximum acceptable figure, or if the Zone +ve and Zone -
    ve resistance figures differ by more than 2ohms, then there is probably a wiring error or a
    high-resistance (loose) terminal on that Loop. This should be located and remedied.


1   On very lightly loaded loops, there may be a need to fit a loading resistance across the loop
    to prevent incorrect operation of the system 1K8 ½ watt..


    Sounder Circuit Installation
    The Sounder Circuits are all monitored for open- and short-circuit faults by use of a
    terminating end-of-line resistor, and sounder operation is by a 24v line-reversal principle.
    For these reasons, sounder circuit cabling must be checked thoroughly for faults.
    The cables should run as radial circuits from the control unit and be checked as follows:

    MEGGER TESTS
    With no devices connected, the Sounder Circuit cables should be meggered at 500v. Check
    that the resistance from core-to-core, and from each core to screen or earth is not less than
    200Mohms. Record the actual values for each cable on the Pre-commissioning Test sheets.

    RESISTANCE CHECKS
    Link the Sounder +ve and the Sounder -ve cables together with a terminal block. Using a
    digital multimeter set to ohms, measure the resistance value across the Sounder +ve and the
    Sounder -ve cables. This must not exceed 20ohms. Record all these values on the Pre-
    commissioning Test sheets.
    When the tests are completed, fit the 4K7 end-of line resistor either within the panel, or at
    the end of line or in the last device.
    Note that on the 5 baseboard sounder circuits, the voltage across the EOL in normal state
    will be 5V (+/-0.2).




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         Installing the Control Unit
         It is essential that the cable tests described in the previous sections have been carried out
         before any attempt is made to install the control unit.
         The assumption has been made that the procedures described can be followed, and that no
         major problems are encountered. Where a problem means that a procedure cannot be
         followed, and where the remedy is not immediately apparent, then Section 2 - Trouble
         Shooting should be consulted.
         Ensure that the cables are all marked with polarity and function. Check that all cables are
         brought into the panel through suitably protected apertures, to avoid chafing. Check that the
         enclosure is securely fitted, and that the screw fixings are secure.

         Baseboard Installation
         Check the baseboard for any obvious damage, and fit into enclosure on studs provided. Fit
         washers, nuts and screws, and tighten securely. Fit the Front Door Data Connectors, noting
         the orientation of the cable colours for later use. At this time it is also wise to check that the
         correct fuses are fitted as shown in Section 2 - Trouble Shooting.

         Cable Routing
         It will be easier if the cables are routed to their approximate positions and cut to length at
         this stage, although they should not be made off into the terminals until instructed. Loop
         wiring is on the left hand end of the terminal block, with Outputs/Sounders in the centre
         section of the terminal block, and Repeaters and supplies on the right hand section. The
         incoming mains should be brought in through the top right hand side of the enclosure. The
         terminal block schematic in the end of this Section should be referred to for the final
         destinations of the cables.


         Powering Up the Control Unit
         PCB's in this system are fitted with some STATIC-SENSITIVE components, and so anti-static
1        handling procedures should be followed at all times. Failure to do so may damage the cards,
         and will invalidate the warranty.

         Disconnect the front panel p.c.b., and then switch on the mains.

         ♦   Check that the incoming supply is 220-240v.a.c.

         ♦   Check that the PSU supply is 27.5v.d.c. (+/- 0.2v) by measuring the voltage across the
             battery terminals.
         Batteries should be charged in accordance with the battery manufacturers information.
1
         ♦   Remove the mains fuse and disconnect the battery before proceeding further.

         ♦   Connect the front panel p.c.b., and re-check the voltages.




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    Battery power up
    The unit can be powered up on batteries only, by connecting the batteries to the battery
    terminals at the bottom of the terminal field PCB. If the batteries are suitably charged, the
    system will start.
M   REMOVE THE MAINS SUPPLY AND BATTERY BEFORE THE NEXT STEP.

    Detector Loop Cables
    Make off the Detector Loop cables into the relevant terminal blocks, ensuring that ‘polarity’
    and ‘direction’ are observed. This may be done by making off one end of the loop, and the
    Isolators (if fitted) removed from their bases. Connect a 24v supply to the loop cables, noting
    the polarity. Check at each Isolator in turn, starting with the one nearest the panel, that the
    voltage on the incoming terminals is +24v (typical) and 0v respectively, and that there are no
    volts on the outgoing terminals, with the Isolator removed. Replace the Isolator, and move to
    the next Isolator and repeat the above checks. When the final Isolator has been checked,
    return to the panel, and check the voltage on the incoming (un-terminated) loop cable.
    Ensure that the +ve leg is connected to the +ve terminal, to complete the loop.

    Sounder Circuit Cables
    Make off the Sounder Circuit cables into the relevant terminal blocks, ensuring that polarity
    is correct and ensure that any relays or other inductive devices are fitted with diodes reverse-
    biased across the coils.

    Fitting the Front Door Assembly
    The front door assembly contains the controls and the operator keypad, which will be needed
    to set the system up for testing. The door should be fitted to the enclosure using the screws
    provided, and the wiring and ribbon cables connected. Check that the front door closes and
    locks securely. If not, adjust the fixings as required.

    Fitting the Programme EPROM
    The socket for this EPROM is in the rear of the front panel p.c.b., and is sized to take a 2Mb
    device. The notch should be at the top.

    Setting the Battery Charger Voltage
    This is factory set to 27.3V at 25°C. To adjust this, use VR1, which is on the left-hand side
    of the Baseboard.

    Connecting the Backfire Lead
    Plug the ¼” jack into SK2 (BACKFIRE) on the lower edge of the baseboard.




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          Hardware Installation Details
          Baseboard




          Figure 4 FireQuest Plus Baseboard (Issue 3 and 4)

          BASEBOARD COMPONENTS FUNCTION TABLE (FOR PCB 2115 REV4)

          See below for Rev 5 baseboard


No         Function                           No       Function
TB 1       Loop 1 Out +ve                     TB 2     Loop 1 Out –ve
TB 3       Loop 1 In +ve                      TB 4     Loop 1 In –ve
TB 5       Loop 2 Out +ve                     TB 6     Loop 2 Out –ve
TB 7       Loop 2 In +ve                      TB 8     Loop 2 In –ve
TB 9       Sounder Cct 1 –ve                  TB 10    Sounder Cct 1 +ve
TB 11      Sounder Cct 2 –ve                  TB 12    Sounder Cct 2 +ve
TB 13      Sounder Cct 3 –ve                  TB 14    Sounder Cct 3 +ve
TB 15      Sounder Cct 4 –ve                  TB 16    Sounder Cct 4 +ve
TB 17      Sounder Cct 5 –ve                  TB 18    Sounder Cct 5 +ve
TB 19      Sounder Cct 6 –ve                  TB 20    Sounder Cct 6 +ve

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TB 21   Sounder Cct 7 –ve                   TB 22 Sounder Cct 7 +ve
TB 23   Sounder Cct 8 –ve                   TB 24 Sounder Cct 8 +ve
TB 25   Sounder Cct 9 –ve                   TB 26 Sounder Cct 9 +ve
TB 27   Sounder Cct 10 –ve                  TB 28 Sounder Cct 10 +ve
TB 29   Remote Evac Input                   TB 30 Remote Reset Input
TB 31   Remote Silence Input                TB 32 Remote Alert Input
TB 33   Prog Relay/Sounder 1 COM (+ve)      TB 34 Prog Relay/Sounder 1 N/O (–ve)
TB 35   Prog Relay/Sounder 1 N/C            TB 36 Prog Relay/Sounder 2 COM (+ve)
TB 37   Prog Relay Sounder 2 N/O (–ve)      TB 38 Prog Relay/Sounder 2 N/C
TB 39   Prog Sounder 3 +ve                  TB 40 Prog Sounder 3 –ve
TB 41   Prog Sounder 4 +ve                  TB 42 Prog Sounder 4 –ve
TB 43   Common Alarm N/O                    TB 44 Common Alarm COM
TB 45   Common Alarm N/C                    TB 46 Common Fault N/O
TB 47   Common Fault COM                    TB 48 Common Fault N/C
TB 49   Fire Brigade Relay N/O              TB 50 Fire Brigade Relay COM
TB 51   Fire Brigade Relay N/C              TB 52 Repeater/ Data A
TB 53   Repeater/ Cable Scr 0V              TB 54 Repeater/ Data B
TB 55   Fault Buzzer Repeat                 TB 56 Fire Buzzer Repeat
TB 57   Remote PSU +ve In                   TB 58 Remote PSU –ve In
TB 59   0V (NOT For External Use)           TB 60 0V (NOT For External Use)
TB 61   5V (NOT For External Use)           TB 62 5V (NOT For External Use)
TB 63   0V (NOT For External Use)           TB 64 0V (NOT For External Use)
TB 65   0V (NOT For External Use)           TB 66 24V (NOT For External Use)
TB 67   24V (NOT For External Use)          TB 68 24V (NOT For External Use)
FS3     Sounder Circuit 1 500mA
FS4     Sounder Circuit 4 500mA
FS5     24V AUX Fuse 3 or 5A (Depends on Transformer size)
FS6     Printer Fuse (2A) (5V)
FS7     5V Fuse (2A)
FS8     VIN (c37 volts) depending on Transformer size, either 3.15or 6.3A
FS9     Sounder Circuit 2 500mA
FS10    Sounder Circuit 3 500mA
FS11    Battery Fuse (3A)
PL2     Loop Card Socket (Loop 2)
PL4     Buzzer Link
PL7     Loop 3 Loop Card Connector
PL9     Loop 4 Loop Card Connector
PL10    Network Connector
LK 4    Earth Link
TB3     Mains Terminal Block
TB18    Loom for CPU Power



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     The Baseboard for the Firequest Plus and the FireQuest 24 (p.c.b. 2115v4) was upgraded to
     Rev 5, from Serial Number 653
M    THE REV 5 P.C.B.’S HAVE THE TERMINAL BLOCKS ARRANGED IN A
     DIFFERENT ORDER TO THE OLDER SERIES OF 2115 MODULES.

     The revised module includes
     ♦ Five Earth terminals are now provided on TB22.
     ♦ Low-voltage cut-off for battery protection
     ♦ Temperature compensation for battery charging.
     ♦ Loop cards 3 and 4 are in plug-in sockets on the Rev 5 module, and the terminals for
        these loops are on the top edge of the module (TB’s 33-40).
     Other minor changes have also taken place to improve performance.




     On the Rev 5 Module, the battery is disabled from powering up the System without having
     the Mains connected. A Start-up switch or link (SW1) is fitted above and to the right of the
     Backfire plug (SK2); pressing this switch or shorting the link will start the system on the
     battery, but only if the battery is above 22volts ± 0.5volts.

     POWER SUPPLY ADJUSTMENT (REV 5 MODULES)
     If the Firequest Plus ambient temperature is between 5 and 40 degrees C, then no action is
     needed other than to remove the battery, load the supply with a 1K resistor across the battery
     terminals on the baseboard, and adjust the supply as required.
     If the ambient temperature is outside this temperature range remove the thermistor connected
     to PL14 and connect a 10K load in its place and adjust the supply as above, then replace the
     thermistor.

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        SOUNDER AND AUXILIARY RELAY OUTPUTS
        The four programmable Sounder/Auxiliary relay outputs (PRG1 to PRG4)can be changed
        from Sounder style (24V line- reversal) to be volt-free contacts (not for switching Mains
        voltages) by moving the position of the relay (individually).
        ♦ With the relay(s) in the lower position and the link (LK5 to LK8) fitted to the left, the
            output is Sounder style (24V line- reversal).
        ♦ With the relay fitted in the upper position and the link fitted to the left the output is volt-
            free N/O function.
        ♦ With the relay fitted in the upper position and the link fitted to the right the output is
            voltage free N/C function.

        BASEBOARD COMPONENTS FUNCTION TABLE (FOR PCB 2115 REV5)

        See above for Rev 4 baseboard
No       Function                                No        Function
TB 1     Sounder Cct 1 –ve                       TB 2      Sounder Cct 1 +ve
TB 3     Sounder Cct 2 –ve                       TB 4      Sounder Cct 2 +ve
TB 5     Sounder Cct 3 –ve                       TB 6      Sounder Cct 3 +ve
TB 7     Sounder Cct 4 –ve                       TB 8      Sounder Cct 4 +ve
TB 9     Sounder Cct 5 –ve                       TB 10     Sounder Cct 5 +ve
TB 11    Sounder Cct 6 –ve                       TB 12     Sounder Cct 6 +ve
TB 13    Sounder Cct 7 –ve                       TB 14     Sounder Cct 7 +ve
TB 15    Sounder Cct 8 –ve                       TB 16     Sounder Cct 8 +ve
TB 17    Sounder Cct 9 –ve                       TB 18     Sounder Cct 9 +ve
TB 19    Sounder Cct 10 –ve                      TB 20     Sounder Cct 10 +ve
TB 21    (Remote Evac) Input 1                   TB 22     (Remote Reset) Input 2
TB 23    (Remote Silence) Input 3                TB 24     (Remote Alert) Input 4
TB 25    Loop 1 Out +ve                          TB 26     Loop 1 Out –ve
TB 27    Loop 1 In +ve                           TB 28     Loop 1 In –ve
TB 29    Loop 2 Out +ve                          TB 30     Loop 2 Out –ve
TB 31    Loop 2 In +ve                           TB 32     Loop 2 In –ve
TB 33    Loop 3 Out +ve                          TB 34     Loop 3 Out –ve
TB 35    Loop 3 In +ve                           TB 36     Loop 3 In –ve
TB 37    Loop 4 Out +ve                          TB 38     Loop 4 Out –ve
TB 39    Loop 4 In +ve                           TB 40     Loop 4 In –ve
TB 41    Prog Relay/Sounder 1 COM (+ve)          TB 42     Prog Relay/Sounder 1 N/O (–ve)
TB 43    Prog Relay/Sounder 2 COM (+ve)          TB 44     Prog Relay Sounder 2 N/O (–ve)
TB 45    Prog Sounder 3 +ve                      TB 46     Prog Sounder 3 –ve
TB 47    Prog Sounder 4 +ve                      TB 48     Prog Sounder 4 –ve
TB 49    24 volts                                TB 50     Common Alarm N/O
TB 51    Common Alarm COM                        TB 52     Common Alarm N/C
TB 53    No connection                           TB 54     Common Fault N/O
TB 55    Common Fault COM                        TB 56     Common Fault N/C



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TB 57   Fire Brigade Relay N/O                  TB 58   Fire Brigade Relay COM
TB 59   Fire Brigade Relay N/C                  TB 60   Repeater/ Data A
TB 61   Repeater/ Cable Scr 0V                  TB 62   Repeater/ Data B
TB 63   Fault Buzzer Repeat                     TB 64   Fire Buzzer Repeat
TB 65   Remote PSU +ve In                       TB 66   Remote PSU –ve In
TB 67   Remote battery ok input                 TB 68   0 Volts
TB 69   5V (NOT For External Use)               TB 70   Supply OK
TB 71   0VB (NOT For External Use)              TB 72   0VB (For External Use)
TB 73   0VB (For External Use)                  TB 74   24VB (NOT For External Use)
TB 75   24VB ( For External Use)                TB 76   24VB (For External Use)

FS1     Loop 1 input 250mA
FS2     Loop 1 output 250mA
FS3     Sounder Circuit 1 500mA
FS4     Sounder Circuit 2 500mA
FS5     24V AUX Fuse 2A or 5A (Depends on Transformer size)
FS6     Printer 5V Fuse (3A)
FS7     5V Fuse (4A)
FS8     VIN (c37 volts) depending on Transformer size, either 3.15Aor 6.3A
FS9     Sounder Circuit 3 500mA
FS10    Sounder Circuit 4 500mA
FS11    Battery Fuse 3A or 5A (Depends on Transformer size)
PL1     10 way sounder card data
PL2     Loop Card Socket (Loop 2)
PL3     CPU to base board data
PL4     Buzzer Link
PL5     Loop 3-4 data
PL6     Loop 1 data
PL7     Loop 3 Loop Card Connector
PL8     Remote lamp test output
PL9     Loop 4 Loop Card Connector
PL10    Network Connector

LK 1    Factory fitted option - Remote Supply
LK 2    Factory fitted option - Remote Supply
LK 3    Factory fitted option - Remote Supply
LK 4    Earth Link
TB3     Mains Terminal Block
TB20    Loom for CPU Power




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Baseboard – Additional Information

FITTING ADDITIONAL LOOPS
If a Panel is required to have up to 8 Loops, then an 8-Loop Motherboard, PCB 2372v1
needs to be fitted. This is connected to the CPU with a flat ribbon cable as shown in Fig 5.
If more than 8 Loops are required then a second 8-Loop Motherboard is needed. This
connects to PCB 2336v1, located on the back of the CPU PCB, as shown in Figure 5. Each
of the Loop cards fit into the relevant positions on the Loop Motherboard PCB 2372v1.




Figure 5 – Firequest Plus Control Panel Details - Showing Additional Loop Wiring

FITTING 10-WAY OUTPUT CARDS
There are two type of card: 10-way Sounder, and 10-way Auxiliary.
The 10-way Sounder Card gives a 24V line-reversal output to drive sounders.
The 10-way Auxiliary Card gives either a
♦ Volt-free normally open
♦ Volt-free normally closed
♦ Switched 0V
Selectable per output by means of links.
In addition, as there may be more than one card in a panel, they have addresses, also set by
links.


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     If fitting one card, set the address to 1. If adding further cards, set the next available address
     number (whether Sounder or Auxiliary is immaterial to the address).

     10-WAY MODULE ADDRESS SETTING




     Figure 3 – Sounder and Auxiliary Module Address Link Settings
               Address          Link 1             Link 2           Link 3
                   1                 3                1                 1
                   2                 3                2                 2
                   3                 3                4                 3
                   4                 3                3                 4
                   5                 3                1                 1
                   6                 3                2                 2
                   7                 3                4                 3
                   8                 3                3                 4

     Table 1 – Auxiliary Module Output Function Link Settings
                 Function          Link A            Link B          Link C
              Volt-free N/O              1-2          None             2-3
              Volt-free N/C              1-2           2-3            None
               Sw -ve N/O                1-2          None             1-2
                Sw-ve N/C                1-2           1-2            None

     Table 2 – Auxiliary Outputs Polarity Selection
           If the monitored option is used, the output needs a 4K7 EOL.

     EXTENSION MOTHERBOARD
     Where the system requires more than one 10-way Output card, then one or two extension
     motherboard(s) must be fitted. These are connected to the CPU with a flat ribbon cable
     taking data to the additional 10-way card(s). The first 10-way Output Card can then be fitted
     into the ‘normal’ position in the baseboard, and the subsequent cards fitted into the

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Extension Motherboard. Note that the terminals for the 10-way Output Cards which are
plugged into the Extension Motherboard are on the Extension Motherboard itself. Ensure
that the Sounder or Auxiliary Card Addresses are set correctly.
Connect the Battery and the link to the baseboard (PSU Battery terminals) as shown.




Figure 6 - Extension Sounder Motherboard Layout

REMOTE PSU
The Panel may be required to have a sounder loading which cannot be handled by the
integral PSU. If that is the case, the baseboard may be modified to accept a remote PSU,
which will be monitored by the Fire Panel.




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         Figure 7 - Remote PSU Connections



         SOUNDER CIRCUIT/VOLT FREE OUTPUT SELECTION (BASEBOARD 2115 REV 4
         MODULES)
         Two of the output relays can be field-configured for Sounder (24v line-reversal) or Volt-free
         operation as follows:

         For Sounder Operation
         Fit Relay in its base biased towards the top of the base
         Fit Link 1 and 2 on configuration link

         For Volt-free Operation
         Fit Relay in its base biased towards the bottom of the base
         For a Normally Closed contact, fit Link 2 and 3 on configuration link
         For a Normally Open contact, fit Link 1 and 2 on configuration link


M        ALL FIELD EARTH CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE TERMINATED ON EARTH
         STUDS ON NO ACCOUNT SHOULD THE TRANSFORMER STUD BE USED.
         5V SHOULD ONLY BE USED FOR THE CPU AND PRINTER (IF FITTED) AND
         NOT FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE.




         PL10 is used for External Network Connection.
         Pin Outs For PL10:
         Pin 1     0V
         Pin 2     0V
         Pin 3     24V
         Pin 4     24V
         Pin 5     Network Interface RX
         Pin 6     Network Interface TX
         Pin 7     GND
         Pin 8     Network Enable




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Door mounted CPU Board




Figure 8 Door-mounted CPU card (seen from inside of door)

CPU BOARD FUNCTION TABLE

   Description    Function
   PL1            Loop 1 Data to Base Board
   PL2            Connect only if there are 3 or 4 Loops
   PL3            Printer Interface Connector
   PL9            Control Enable Keyswitch
   SK2            Zone LED Expansion
   SK3            Keyboard Connector
   TB1            Power Supply from Base Board
   LK1            Reset Link - Short to reset
   LK3            Memory Battery Link
   IC34           EPROM Socket
   B1             Battery




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     CPU Board – Additional Information
     Upload / Download is achieved through SK2 on the CPU Board.

     ♦   CPU Reset Link – Short out to Reset CPU.

     ♦   CPU Battery Link - Should be left connected. Disconnection will empty the
         configuration memory when power is lost.

     ♦   CPU Terminal Block - As labelled on drawing

     ♦   CPU Edge Connector - To Baseboard

     ♦   PL1 - Printer Interface connector

     ♦   EPROM - Mounted on socket.

     ♦   Terminal Block 5V should not be used to power anything other than CPU or printer.


     Internal Wiring




     Figure 9 FireQuest 24 – Internal Wiring




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Figure 10 – Firequest Plus Internal Wiring


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     Printers
     The FireQuest Plus Control Panel is compatible with three types of Printer :
     Thermal Moving Head Printer
     Thermal Fixed Head Printer
     Dual-Colour Printer
     Under normal circumstances, the FireQuest baseboard is built to drive a thermal printer. This
     cannot then be used to drive a Dual-colour printer, as the power supply details are different.
     Please note that if the Dual Colour printer is specified, than the baseboard will need to
     be of the correct type.

     Thermal Printers
     It is not always easy to tell which side of the thermal paper is the print side.
     Load the paper in accordance with the following drawing.




                          PANEL FRONT                 THERMAL
                                                      PAPER ROLL
                                                      LOADING




     Printer Settings – Dual Colour Printer
     These settings are normally factory set, but if they should be altered, the following are the
     correct settings for the FireQuest Plus

     SETTING BAUD RATE
     This is set on J3. Links should be fitted in positions 1, 2 and 5
     If the printer prints “??????”, then these links are incorrectly fitted.

     COMPONENT STATUS
     Ensure that IC1 is fitted, R2 has been removed, and R48 has been removed.
     Ensure that there are two links fitted in J2, in positions 1 and 4 (i.e. at each end).

     PAPER FEED
     Short out any two adjacent pins on J4 to run the paper advance




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Backfire Connection
Refer to Backfire Configuration Manual

BACKFIRE CABLE DETAILS
       9 Pin D type                  ¼” Jack type
             2                            3
             3                            1
             5                            4
 Link pins 1, 6, 4 together
     Link pins 7 & 8

THE PC WILL EARTH THE FIRE PANEL WHEN CONNECTED; ENSURE
SYSTEM IS FREE OF EARTH BEFORE PLUGGING IN, OR THE PC PORT WILL
BE DAMAGED.




Repeater Connections
If a Repeater is being connected to the Fire Panel, it must have the following connections:
♦ Connect from the Baseboard Terminals (marked REPT A, REPT SCR, REPT B) to the
  corresponding terminals on the Repeater. If there is more than one repeater, connect on
  from the first to the second and so on..
♦ Set the Repeater Addresses: The first repeater MUST be set to address 02, the next to
  address 03 and so on.
♦ Connect the Power (if not integral). This may be in the range 10-35V d.c.
WARNING
DAMAGE WILL OCCUR TO THIS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT IF THE
FOLLOWING NOTES ARE NOT OBSERVED
POWERING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME (REMOVE FS2 FUSE)
STEP 1 - CONNECT THE 0 VOLTS
STEP 2 - CONNECT THE 24 VOLTS AND ADD FUSE
ONLY GO TO STAGE 3 IF UNIT POWERS UP
STEP 3 - CONNECT DATA SCREEN, DATA A AND DATA B
♦ Ensure that there is a link fitted on PL8 if there is not an Enable key.
        Fuse 1 is the 5V fuse and Fuse 2 is the Vin fuse; both should be 500mA.
        LK1 is the Buzzer enable link. Remove this to disable the buzzer.
        LED1 is the Power On LED.
        LED3 (yellow) is the Watchdog LED. If this is lit, the CPU has failed.
        LED’s 2, 4, and 5 show the communications status, and under normal operation,
        these should be pulsing intermittently.




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     Repeater Self test
         The Repeater has a range of built-in test routines. Set the address switches to
         read ‘77’, and re-apply power. Follow the on-screen prompts to check:
           ♦ That the Display is operating fully
           ♦ That the Switches all operate
           ♦ That the communications operates
           ♦ That the Address Switches are being correctly read
         And so on.


     Repeater Options
         The Repeater is capable of performing a range of options.
           ♦ If a Repeater is used with no controls (LCD only) then the Automatic Event
             Scrolling option may be required. This enables the events to be viewed (scrolling
             at 1 second intervals) without any Repeater controls being used. For this option to
             be activated, a link needs to be fitted across LK3 (Autoscroll link)
           ♦ Under normal circumstances, the Repeater LED’s flash until Silence is pressed.
             However, there may be instances when it is preferred that the output be either ON
             or OFF and not pulsing, such as when used to operate a relay; then the non-
             pulsing function is required. To enable this, a link should be fitted across the
             Acknowledge function, marked ‘Ack’ on TB4 on the p.c.b. (PCB 2015).
           ♦ If a Repeater card is being used for a special function, such as to drive a Mimic,
             or provide outputs to PA systems etc., then the Repeater can be used with the 32-
             way Relay Card (PCB 2291) . To enable this option a link should be fitted across
             the Assist function, marked ‘AST’ on TB5 on the Base Board (PCB 2015).




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  Repeater Internal Wiring
Figure 11 - Repeater Internal Wiring




  Pager Interfaces
  There are often requirements for Fire Panels to interface to on-site Pager Systems. The
  FireQuest range can do so, and to achieve this, a variant of the Repeater module is used. This
  allows the Fire Panel and the Pager system to be sited remotely from one another, and a
  simple data cable is used to link them.
  As far as the FireQuest panels are concerned, the Pager Interface is simply another Repeater
  (set the Repeater Address switch as normal), so for example, if there are three repeaters and
  a pager interface, the FireQuest must be set up to have 4 Repeaters.
  The Pager Interface is usually fitted with an optically-isolated data output to the Paging
  System, as this prevents any earth faults being generated when connected.
  The range of pagers to which the panel can interface is being constantly revised, but includes
  Multitone, Ascom, and Polaron.



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         Detector & Input/Output Unit
         Installation
1        Due to the manufacturing and design differences in Detectors and Input/Output Units,
         supplied by different manufacturers, please refer to the manufacturers information provided
         before attempting to install the units.




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                                                                                              CABLE TEST SHEET
                                                              PANEL SERIAL NO                 PROJECT NAME                                                                 ENGINEER



                                                                                                                                                                           DATE




                                                                  DESCRIPTION                  TARGET




                                  Cable Test Sheet (Sample)
                                                                                                            LOOP 1
                                                                                                                     LOOP 2
                                                                                                                              LOOP 3
                                                                                                                                       LOOP 4
                                                                                                                                                LOOP 5
                                                                                                                                                         LOOP 6
                                                                                                                                                                  LOOP 7
                                                                                                                                                                           LOOP 8
                                                                                                                                                                                    SOUNDER 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                SOUNDER 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                            SOUNDER 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        SOUNDER 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    SOUNDER 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                REPEATER POWER

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                REPEATER DATA




                                                              CORE-TO-CORE                    500Mohm MIN


                                                              CORE 1 TO SCREEN                500Mohm MIN


                                                              CORE 2 TO SCREEN                500Mohm MIN


                                                              LOOP OUT+VE TO LOOP BACK +VE    2 ohm MAX


                                                              LOOP OUT –VE TO LOOP BACK -VE   2 ohm MAX


                                                              CAPACITANCE CORE-TO-CORE        0.1mF MAX


                                                              SCREEN TO EARTH                 500Mohm MIN


                                                              CORE 1 TO EARTH                 500Mohm MIN
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                                                              CORE 2 TO EARTH                 500Mohm MIN
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