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					          Document no: OMPREC12 Written by: KB App.by JBJ   Rev: 1
          22/02/1996




                  “PRECEPT”
                           12 zone
       FIRE ALARM PANEL
              INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE


                               CONTENTS



Section                           Title                              Page

  1.                    Technical Specification                       2

  2.                      Standby calculations                        2

  3.                          Installation                            3

  4.                        Commissioning                             5
  5.                       Engineers controls                         8

  6.                      System maintenance                          11

  7.                       Termination lists                          12

  8.                       User instructions                          13

  9.                Zone and Alarm wiring example                     14

  10.            Installation of end of line terminators              15




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1.       Technical specification
Maximum power supply output                  3.1 amps
Quiescent current (Mains off)                115mA plus 6.5mA (Including 20 detectors) per zone.
System operating voltage                     24 volts DC.
Alarm operating voltage                      28 volts DC.
Alarm current (mains off)                    210 mA plus 40mA detector operated load.
Integeral charger voltage                    27.5 volts DC (3mA fully charged battery).
Integral charger current                     1 Amp (panel in full load alarm de-rates charger to 500mA).
Recharge period                              8 hours.
Auxiliary 28v DC supply                      1 Amp (non monitored).
Alarm circuit output current                 2 at 750mA max per circuit, 1.5 Amps total max.
Battery size (24 hour standby)               2 x 12 volt, 6 Ah SLA (external alarm load 1.5 Amps max).
Dimensions                                   Height = 370mm.
                                             Width = 325mm.
                                             Depth = 100mm.
Weight (exc. batteries)                      8 kg.
Battery replacement period                   4 Years.
Input Voltage (mains)                        230 volts A,C. +10%, -15%.
Power consumption (mains)                    2.5 watts to 125 watts 230 volts A.C.
The terminals fitted to the control panel are designed to accept cable sizes from 1.0 mm to 2.5 mm CSA.
The charger output is designed for charging lead/acid batteries which are characterised by a reducing
charge current when charged from a constant potential source. It will not provide the maximum charging
current when the other power supply outputs are fully loaded. The panel requires two 12 volt batteries
connected in series to make 24 volts. Connecting one 12 volt battery or incorrect connection of the
batteries CAN DAMAGE THE PANEL AND THE BATTERY.
Note:    The 28 volts auxiliary output is not monitored.


2.       Standby calculations 24 hours

B.S.5839 Part 1 1988 specifies that the installation must be capable of providing standby power for 24
hours in quiescent load plus a further 30 minutes in an alarm condition, therefore to calculate whether the
installation complies with B.S.5839 Part 1 we must make the following calculations:

Panel quiescent load 24 hours calculations:
PRECEPT 12 zone panel quiescent - 193mA x 24 hours = 4632mA current consumption over 24 hours.

Panel alarm load 30 minutes calculations:
PRECEPT 12 zone panel in alarm - 250mA x 0.5 hours = 125mA current consumption over 30 minutes.

Panel quiescent and alarm load calculations:
PRECEPT 12 zone panel quiescent and alarm - 4632mA + 125mA = 4757mA total current consumption.

Alarm output load:
This is dependant upon how many bells or sounders are connected to the panel, so if all the sounders are
identical and each one draws 25mA, then up to 60 sounders could be connected to the panel (e.g. 30 on
each alarm output) to the maximum of 1.5 Amp total alarm output current.

Alarm output load calculations:
Alarm output - 1.5 Amp x 0.5 hours = 750mA current consumption over 30 minutes.




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Total load calculations alarm output at 1.5Amp:
PRECEPT 12 zone panel total load - 4757mA + 750mA = 5.507 Amps stand by drain.

Battery capacity calculations 24 hours:
PRECEPT 12 zone panel 6 Ah battery - 6 Amps - 5.507 Amps = 0.493 Amps (8.2%) spare capacity.
PRECEPT 12 zone panel 7 Ah battery - 7 Amps - 5.507 Amps = 1.493 Amps (21%) spare capacity.

Note:   Longer standby periods can be obtained with larger battery capacities and smaller alarm output
        loads. We recommend a minimum spare capacity of 25 % to allow for battery deterioration.


3.      Installation
IMPORTANT NOTE:
        (i)      PRIOR TO COMMENCING INSTALLATION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
                 ENSURE THAT PRECAUTIONS ARE TAKEN AGAINST STATIC DAMAGE.
        (ii)     THE PANEL MUST BE MOUNTED 2 METRES AWAY FROM PAGER
                 SYSTEMS.
3.1     Unpack the Control panel. Locate the panel keys (fixed to the top of the panel) and open the
        door. Locate the small plastic bag containing the installation spares as follows:
        End of Line Resistors (3k9 Ohms).
        Spare 20mm glass fuse links.
        A set of battery leads (+ve, -ve and jumper lead).
3.2     Remove the four screws from the display board (Pozi-driv M4).
3.3     Disconnect the ribbon cable from the control board by pulling firmly on the ribbon cable
        connector (taking care not to bend the connector pins on the control board). Ensure that the
        display board is placed safely to one side.
3.4     Remove the control panel chassis and control board by undoing the screws located on the chassis
        (access is through holes in the control board) . Place the chassis unit safely to one side.
3.5     Offer the empty enclosure to the wall and mark and fix using the single hole fixing in the upper
        section of the enclosure backplate. . Level the enclosure and complete the fixing operation using
        the remaining two fixing holes in the backplate.
3.6     Gland the installation wiring into the enclosure using the cable entry holes provided . Leave the
        protection plugs in any unused holes.
3.7     When all installation wiring is complete, check all the wiring to ensure that it is free from shorts,
        earth faults, crossed connections etc. Connect the end of line resistor across the terminals of the
        last device in each of the zone wiring runs.
        The end of line resistors are to be found in the panel terminals with spares in the small plastic
        bag supplied with the panel.
        Connect the end of line resistors across the terminals of the last device on each alarm circuit .
        Remove the resistor from the battery terminals.
        Note:    If any zones or alarm circuits are not being used, then the end of line resistor must be
                 connected to the appropriate terminals.
3.8     Re-assemble the chassis and control board into the enclosure by re-fixing the screws located on
        the chassis.




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3.9       Terminate all field wiring into the terminals on the control panel. Ensure that the zonal end of
          line resistors are removed from the terminals in the control panel.
3.10      Connect the 230v A.C. mains to the panel.
          DO NOT AT THIS STAGE TURN ON THE MAINS SUPPLY TO THE CONTROL PANEL.
3.11      Re-connect the display board to the control board, do not re- fix the display board to the control
          board chassis and ensure that it is firmly supported and not likely to contact any metal parts.

Installation notes

The Precept panel is designed to operate with the following types of devices:


Manufacturer                Part number           Description
Apollo                      53541 - 151           Ionisation smoke detector
                            53551 - 201           Optical smoke detector
                            53531 - 221           Grade 1 rate of rise detector
                            45681 - 007           Common mounting base
                            55000 - 300           Optical detector
                            55000 - 200           Ionisation detector
                            55000 - 210           Ionisation integrated detector
                            55000 - 100           Grade 1 heat detector
                            45681 - 200           Common mounting base
Hochiki                     SLK - E               Optical smoke detector
                            SIH-E                 Ionisation detector
                            DFE60                 Heat detector
                            DFE90                 Heat detector
                            DCA - E               Rate of rise detector
                            DCC - 1EL             Grade 1 rate of rise detector
                            DCC - 2EL             Grade 2 rate of rise detector
                            DCC - 1REL            Range 1 rate of rise detector
                            YBF-RL\4H5            Mounting base
Nittan                      2KC                   Optical smoke detector
                            NID - 58              Ionisation smoke detector
                            TCA-70-LS             Heat detector
                            RB-3R                 Mounting base
                            NHD-G1 (4T)           Grade 1 fixed temperature detector
                            NHD-G2 (4T)           Grade 2 fixed temperature detector
                            NHD-G2 (4T)           Grade 2 fixed temperature detector




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Manufacturer                 Part number           Description
Nittan                       NHD-G3 (4T)           Grade 3 fixed temperature detector
                             NHD-G\H1 (4T)          Range 1 fixed temperature heat detector
                             2KH - 4T              Photo electric detector
                             2IC - 4T               Ionisation detector
                             RB - 4                 Mounting base
Photain                      ISD - P91              Ionisation smoke detector
                             PRR - P91              Grade 1 rate of rise heat detector
                             PHD - P90             Range 1 fixed temperature heat detector
                             FSB - P91              Mounting base
KAC                          KR72                   Manual call point
FKI                          MCP/R/F                Manual call point



All break glass units (call points) must have a 510 ohm resistor fitted to them ( A value of between 470
ohm and 680 ohm is acceptable).




4.        Commissioning

4.1       Turn ON the mains supply to the panel and observe that the control panel reacts as follows :
          a)       The GREEN ‘‘Supply on’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
          b)       The AMBER ‘‘General fault’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
          c)       The AMBER ‘‘Power supply fault’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
          d)       The Control panel internal buzzer sounds.
          e)       The Fault relay operates.
          No other indications should be present at this time, if there are, identify the fault and rectify it by
          checking the following:
          a)       That the field wiring is free from faults.
          b)       That the end-of-line resistors are connected correctly in the last device on each zone and
                   alarm circuit.
4.2       Connect the batteries to the control panel observing that the correct polarity on the batteries is
          connected to the correct terminal on the control panel, observe that the control panel reacts as
          follows:
          a)       The buzzer silences and the fault indications extinguish.
          b)       The GREEN ‘‘Supply on’’ L.E.D. remains lit.




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4.3   Earth fault monitoring:
      The panel has earth fault monitoring which will sense current drain to earth by monitoring the
      + 28 volts and 0 volts supply. If either supply line should short circuit due to field earth faults,
      then the panel will operate as follows:
      a)       Earth fault L.E.D on the motherboard will illuminate.
      b)       Internal fault buzzer will sound.
      c)       The fault relay will operate.
      To check the operation of the earth monitoring circuit the follow the procedure below:
      a)       Short circuit + 28 volts down to mains earth.
      b)       Observe that the panel reacts as in 4.3 above.
      c)       Repeat the test by short circuiting 0 volts down mains earth and observe that reactions
               are as in 4.3 above.
4.4   Switch off the 230v A.C. supply to the control panel and check that the control panel reacts as
      follows:
      a)       The ‘‘General fault’’ L.E.D. on the display board illuminates.
      b)       The ‘‘Power supply fault’’ L.E.D. on the control board illuminates.
      c)       The internal buzzer in the control panel sounds.
      d)       The Fault relay operates.
      e)       The ‘‘Mains on’’ L.E.D. extinguishes.
4.5   Switch the 230v A.C. supply on and check that the control panel returns to its normal state,
      disconnect the batteries and check that the control panel reacts as follows:
      a)       The ‘‘General fault’’ L.E.D. on the display board illuminates.
      b)       The ‘‘Power supply fault’’ L.E.D. on the control board illuminates.
      c)       The internal buzzer in the control panel sounds.
      d)       The fault relay operates.
4.6   Re-connect the batteries and check that the panel returns to its normal state and then check that
      the zone detection circuits are monitoring the wiring for faults correctly. To do this the wiring on
      the zone detection circuits must be placed into the following conditions:
      1.       Open circuit (simulate a break in the circuit wiring).
      2.       Short circuit (simulate a short between cores).
      Simulate the faults described above and check that the control panel reacts as follows:
      a)       The appropriate AMBER ‘‘Zone fault’’ L.E.D. pulses.
      b)       The internal buzzer on the control panel sounds.
      c)       The fault relay operates.
4.7   Repeat the above on the two alarm circuits and check that the control panel reacts as follows:
      a)       The ‘‘General fault’’ L.E.D. on the display board illuminates.
      b)       The ‘‘Alarm fault’’ L.E.D. on the control board illuminates.
      c)       The internal buzzer in the control panel sounds.
      d)       The fault relay operates.



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4.8     Isolate each detection zone by pressing the zone isolate switches on the display board. Check that
        the control panel reacts as follows:
        a)       The appropriate ‘‘Zone fault’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
        b)       The internal buzzer in the panel sounds.
        c)       The ‘‘System disabled’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
4.9     With the detection zones isolated operate a break glass unit on each zone in turn and check that
        there is no reaction from the control panel. With the break glass units still operated de-isolate one
        zone and check that after a delay the control panel reacts as follows:
        a)       The appropriate RED zonal ‘‘Fire’’ L.E.D. flashes.
        b)       The alarm circuits operate.
        c)       The auxillary fire relays operate.
        d)       The internal buzzer in the control panel sounds.
4.10    Press the ‘‘Silence alarms’’ switch on the display board and check that the control panel reacts as
        follows:
        a)       The alarms silence.
        b)       The RED zonal ‘‘Fire’’ L.E.D.changes from pulsing to constant illumination.
        c)       The buzzer changes tone.
4.11    De-isolate each remaining zone in turn and check that the control panel reacts as follows:
        a)       The appropriate RED zonal ‘‘Fire’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
        b)       The alarm circuits operate.
        c)       The auxillary fire relays operate.
Note:   When a zone is de-isolated the fault buzzer will sound three times after the isolate switch is
        operated.
4.12    Press the ‘‘Silence alarms’’ switch on the display board and check that the control panel reacts as
        follows:
        a)       The alarms silence.
        b)       The RED zonal ‘‘Fire’’ L.E.D.s change from pulsing to constant illumination.
        c)       The buzzer changes tone.
4.13    Reset the break glass units to their normal condition. Press the ‘‘System reset’’ switch on the
        display board and check that the control panel returns to its normal state.
4.14    Repeat 4.8 to 4.13 above but use a detector on each detection zone instead of a break glass unit.
        Check that the control panel reacts as shown above and that the detector L.E.D. lights.
4.15    Test the ‘‘Remote evacuation’’ feature by linking a wire from the 0v terminal to the ‘‘Remote
        evacuate’’ terminal on the control board, check that the control panel reacts as follows:
        a)       The alarms operate.
        b)       The internal buzzer in the control panel sounds.




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4.16   Remove the link from the ‘‘Remote evacuate’’ terminal and check that the control panel returns
       to its normal state. Test the ‘‘Remote silence alarms’’ feature by first operating a break glass unit
       and then linking the wire from the 0v terminal to the ‘‘Remote silence’’ terminal on the control
       board. Check that the control panel reacts as follows:
       a)         The alarms silence.
       b)         The pulsing RED ‘‘Fire’’ L.E.D.s change from pulsing illumination to a constant
                  illumination.
       c)         The buzzer changes tone.
4.17   Return the break glass unit to its normal condition and then test the ‘‘Remote panel reset’’
       feature by removing the link from the ‘‘Remote silence’’ terminal and connecting it to the
       ‘‘Remote reset’’ terminal. Check that the control panel returns to its normal state.
4.18   Test the ‘‘Relay isolation’’ feature by pressing the ‘‘Relay isolate’’ switch and observe the
       following:
       a)         The ‘‘System disabled’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
       b)         The fault relay operates.
       c)         The fault buzzer sounds.
4.19   Simulate a fire condition on any zone and observe the following:
       a)         Reactions are as at 4.11 above but the auxiliary relays do not operate.
4.20   Press the ‘‘Relay isolate’’ switch again and observe the following:
       a)         The auxiliary relays operate.
       b)         The ‘‘System disabled’’ L.E.D. extinguishes.
4.21   Operate the ‘‘Silence alarms’’ and ‘‘System reset’’ switches and observe that the control panel
       returns to its quiescent state.


5.     Engineers controls

       The Engineers controls are located on the bottom of the control board, they are in the form of a
       eight way D.I.L. switch, the function of the switches are described below:
       Switch 1                     -         Pulsing or continuous alarms.
       Switch 2                     -         Non latching zone (zone 1)
                                                        (Disallowed under B.S. 5839 Part 4 1988).
       Switch 3                     -         One man test facility.
       Switch 4                     -         Displays the Processor fault counter.
       Switch 5                     -         Disables the Earth fault monitoring.
       Switches 6 - 8               -         Address setting switches for connecting Panels to a Repeater.
       Fail count reset switch      -         Resets Processor fail counter.
       Proc reset switch            -         Resets Processor.




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                                    THE 8 WAY DIL SWITCH (S1)

 Switch           1             2            3           4               5       6            7         8
  no:
                                                                                 Address setting switches
   On          Pulsed       Zone 1       One man     Fail         Earth
               alarms       Non-         test        counter      fault
                            latch                                 disabled
                                                                             Address    Address     Address
                                                                             bit 0      bit 1       bit 2
  Off          Steady       Zone 1       Normal      Normal       Normal
               alarms       normal




Shown below are the operating instructions for the Engineers Controls:
5.1       Switch 1 - Pulsing or continuous alarms.
          Move switch one to the ON position, operate a sensor and check that the control panel reacts as
          follows:
          a)          All control panel indications are as a ‘‘Fire’’
          b)          The alarms are sounding a pulsing tone.
          Press the ‘‘Evacuate’’ switch and check that the control panel reacts as follows:
          a)          The tone of the alarms changes to a constant tone.
          Reset the sensor, press the ‘‘Evacuate’’ switch, the ‘‘Silence alarms’’ switch and the ‘‘System
          reset’’ switch and check that the control panel returns to its normal state.
          Return switch one to the OFF position, operate a sensor and check that the control panel reacts as
          follows:
          a)          All control panel indications are as a ‘‘Fire’’
          b)          The alarms are sounding a constant tone.
          Reset the sensor, operate the ‘‘Silence alarms’’ switch and the ‘‘System reset’’ switch and check
          that the control panel returns to its normal state.
5.2       Switch 2 - Non-latching zone (zone 1).
          Move switch two to the ON position, operate a sensor on zone 1 and check that the control panel
          reacts as follows:
          a)          All control panel indications are as a ‘‘Fire’’.
          Reset the sensor and check that the control panel reacts as follows:
          a)          The control panel returns to its normal state.
          Return switch two to the OFF position.
Note:     B.S. 5839 Part 4 1988 does not allow the use of this feature.
5.3       Switch 3 - One man test facility.



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      Move switch three to the ON position. Momentarily operate a sensor on each zone in turn and
      check that for each zone the control panel reacts as follows:
      a)         The fault buzzer sounds and the ‘‘General fault’’ L.E.D. illuminates.
      b)         When a sensor is operated the control panel reacts as for a ‘‘Fire’’ but after a delay of 4
                 seconds the control panel automatically ‘‘Silences alarms’’ and ‘‘Resets system’’.
      After testing all zones return switch three to the OFF position and check that the control panel
      returns to its normal state.
5.4   Switch 4 - Processor failure counter .
      Press the ‘Test display’ switch and check that all systems indications illuminate.
      Move switch four to the ON position and check that the control panel displays the ammount of
      processor failures on the first eight ‘‘Zonal fault’’ L.E.D.s on the display board.
      The count will be shown as a binary total.
      To reset the Processor counter, press the ‘‘Processor counter reset switch’’ located on the control
      board and return switch four to the OFF position. Check that the control panel returns to its
      normal state.
5.5   Switch 5            Earth fault disable.
      Operation of this switch will cause the earth fault monitoring to be disabled.
5.5   Switches 6 - 8      -         Network address setting switches.
      Switches 6 - 8 of S1 are used to set the panel addresses when one or more panels are networked
      to a PRECEPT LCD REPEATER. The LCD REPEATER controls most of the functions common
      to each of the PRECEPT 12 panels connected to it. Note the LCD REPEATER performs as the
      master and each PRECEPT 12 is set to a NODE address to a maximum of 7 NODES.


             Switch 6                  Switch 7                  Switch 8        Panel Address
                  Off                     Off                      Off           0 (Comms Disabled)
                  On                      Off                      Off           1 (Node 1)
                  Off                     On                       Off           2 (Node 2)
                  On                      On                       Off           3 (Node 3)
                  Off                     Off                      On            4 (Node 4)
                  On                      Off                      On            5 (Node 5)
                  Off                     On                       On            6 (Node 6)
                  On                      On                       On            7 (Node 7)

5.6   The LCD REPEATER serial input/output functions
      Provides common communication to and from the panels i.e.:
      Silence alarms.
      System Reset.
      Evacuate.




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       A fire or fault on any panel in the network will cause only the LCD REPEATER to display the
       fire or fault information along with the panel Node number. Note a fire or fault on a panel will
       not cause any operation on another panel via the network.
       If communications fails between panels and the LCD REPEATER, the Comms Fault LED, the
       General Fault LED will illuminate and the internal buzzer will sound, on the panels and LCD
       REPEATER.
       For more information refer to the PRECEPT LCD REPEATER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
5.7    Refix the display board to the chassis using the screws provided.
Commissioning of the Control panel and Installation is now complete.

6.     System maintenance

6.1    NOTES:
       a)       The Fire alarm system should be tested weekly and a note made in the system log book.
       b)        The operation of break glass units and detectors should be carried out on a rotating basis
       so that all units and alarms are checked at least once over a three month period.
       c)       To operate a break glass unit use the Test key provided.
                To operate a detector use a smoke generator.
       d)       Check the operation of auxiliary items such as door closers.
6.2    WEEKLY TEST ROUTINE
       a)       Open the front door of the control panel and press the ‘‘Relay isolate’’ switch.
       b)       Operate break glass unit and detector. These should be on seperate zones and the zones
                should be varied each month.
       c)       Check that all sounders operate.
       d)       Press the ‘‘Silence alarms’’ switch.
       e)       Check that all sounders have silenced.
       f)       Remove the test key from all break glass units and clear all detectors of smoke.
       g)       Press the ‘‘System reset’’ switch and the ‘‘Relay isolate’’ switch.
       h)       Press the ‘‘Evacuate’’ switch and check that all sounders operate. Press the ‘‘Evacuate’’
       switch again to silence the alarms.
       i)       Enter details of the test in the system log book.
       j)       Press the zone isolate switches and check that the ‘‘zone fault’’ L.E.D. illuminates and
                the internal panel buzzer sounds.
ENSURE THAT THE ZONE ISOLATE SWITCH IS RE-OPERATED TO DE- ISOLATE THE ZONES.
6.3    THE SYSTEM LOG BOOK.
       The system log book should be used to record details of the following occurences:
       a)       Genuine or false alarms.
       b)       System faults.
       c)       Routine tests or attention.
       d)       Temporary disconnections.


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         e)       Component or equipment replacements and additions.
         f)       Notes of any outstanding work.
         Each entry should consist of the date, time, a description of the type of event (e.g. daily test, false
         alarm etc.), the zone or zones affected, the action taken or required, a completion date for any
         work outstanding and the initials of the responsible person.
         When not in use, the system log book should be stored in a safe, preferably fireproof place.


7.       Termination list

PRECEPT 12 ZONE

Live
Neutral                                                 Mains input - 230 v AC 50/60 Hz. (3 Amp fused).
Earth
Normally open
Pole                                                    Common fault relay (rated at 1 Amp @ 30VDC).
Normally closed
Normally open
Pole                                                    Common fire relay 1 (rated at 1 Amp @ 30VDC).
Normally closed
Normally open
Pole                                                    Common fire relay 2 (rated at 1 Amp @ 30VDC).
Normally closed
0v DC                                                   Auxiliary supply 0 volts.
28v DC                                                  Auxiliary supply 28 volts (1 Amp fused).
Alarm 1 +
Alarm 1 -                                               Alarm circuits 1 and 2 ( 0.8 Amp fused each).
Alarm 2 +                                               Rated at 750 mA each.
Alarm 2 -
Fault                                                   Repeater outputs.
Fire zone 1 to 12                                       Rated at 100 mA each (0 volts).
Remote silence alarms
Remote system reset                                     Remote inputs (0v trigger).
Remote evacuate
Zone +                                                  Zone inputs 1 to 8 (Rated at 6.5mA quiescent).
Zone -                                                  (maximum detectors per zone - 20).
Battery +                                               Battery inputs (3 Amp fused).
Battery -
TXD
RXD                                                     RS232 SERIAL PORT.
COM

Notes: The mains input terminal block is mounted on the chassis ( 3 Amp fused)..
       Ensure that all break glass units are fitted with a 510 Ohm resistor ( see installation notes).
       Maximum number of detectors each zone = 20.
       Maximum number of break glass units = unlimited.




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8.       User instructions

FIRE
When a fire has been detected the following will occur:
The RED zonal fire LED’s will pulse, the alarms will sound and the internal buzzer will operate.
To silence the alarms press the switch labelled SILENCE ALARMS, the alarms will silence and the RED
LED’s will change to a steady illumination.
Ascertain the location of the fire, if necessary the alarms can be resounded by pressing the switch labelled
EVACUATE.
When the fire has been extinguished press the SILENCE ALARMS switch and then the SYSTEM RESET
switch.
FAULT
If the panel is in a fault condition the following will ocurr:
The fault buzzer will sound and the zonal fault LED will pulse.
If the fault is a POWER SUPPLY or ALARM fault the GENERAL FAULT LED will illuminate.
In the event of a fault we recommend that you call your service engineer immediately.
ISOLATE FACILITIES
The control panel has the following isolation facilities:
ZONE ISOLATION
To isolate a zone press the appropriate ZONE ISOLATE switch, the following will ocurr:
The fault buzzer will sound and the appropriate ZONE FAULT LED will illuminate in a steady condition.
RELAY ISOLATE
This function should be used when performing an alarm test, press the switch labelled RELAY ISOLATE
and then press the switch labelled EVACUATE, this will sound the alarms but will not operate any
ancillary functions such as the Fire brigade signal and the air conditioning shut down.
To silence the alarms press the EVACUATE switch again.
Always remember to de-isolate these functions after use by pressing the appropriate ISOLATE switch.




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              Document no: OMPREC12 Written by: KB App.by JBJ           Rev: 1
              22/02/1996

9.       Zone and Alarm wiring example

                                            REMOTE LAMP FITTED
                                   +   -
                                           (LED WITH A SERIES 220R RESISTOR)

             L1      L1           L1            L1
     +                                                     1       1A
             IN     OUT           IN           OUT                               3K9 END OF
             L2      -R           L2           -R                                LINE RESISTOR
                                                           3       3A


  ZONE       SMOKE/HEAT           SMOKE/HEAT      KAC MODEL KR9
TERMINALS     DETECTOR             DETECTOR        BREAK GLASS
  PANEL                                          UNIT FITTED WITH
                                             470 TO 680 OHM RESISTOR
            ZONE WIRING EXAMPLE USING APOLLO SERIES 60 DETECTORS GIVING
                      OPEN AND SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT MONITORING




     +        +      +        +            +         +         +
                                                                         3K9 END OF
                                                                        LINE RESISTOR

  BELL      BELL SOUNDER BELL SOUNDER BELL SOUNDER
TERMINALS
 PANEL    BELL WIRING EXAMPLE USING BELLS AND ELECTRONIC SOUNDERS GIVING
                     OPEN AND SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT MONITORING




9.1      Wiring specification
Zone 1.0mm CSA       Max length 350 metres.

Zone 1.5mm CSA       Max length 600 metres.

Alarm 1.0mm CSA      Max length 200 metres.

Alarm 1.5mm CSA      Max length 350 metres.




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                   Document no: OMPREC12 Written by: KB App.by JBJ                        Rev: 1
                   22/02/1996

10.       Installation of end of line terminators


INSTALLATION

Note: End of line terminators are only required on installations conforming to BS 5839
      Part 1.
1.        Fit the E.L.T. in place of the usual end of line resistor at the last detector or Break Glass Unit on
          each zone.
          Correct polarity must be observed although the unit will not be damaged by reverse polarity
          connection. The polarity is marked at the terminals on the board.

2.        Ensure that all detector bases are fitted with diodes across the positive LINE IN and LINE OUT
          terminals, as shown, so that the diode is shorted out by the detector heads when installed. The
          negative LINE IN and LINE OUT must be connected in the base.

3.        Ensure all Break Glass Units are fitted with a 470 to 680 Ohm resistor in series with the switch.

COMMISSIONING

1.        With all detectors fitted check that the panel does not give a fault condition and, if fitted, the
          ‘LINE HEALTHY’ LED on the ELT illuminates.

2.        Remove each detector individually and observe that the control panel indicates a fault condition
          for the relevant zone. The panel should return to its quiescent state when the head is replaced.
          Repeat for each detector on the zone.

3.        Remove all detectors from the zone and operate each Break Glass Unit ensuring the panel
          indicates a fire condition for each one.

4.        Repeat steps 1-3 for each zone on the control panel.

                                      SCHOTTKY
                                        DIODE



      +                            L in          L out              L in          L out              +

      -                                   Link                             Link                      -
   ZONE                               DETECTOR                        DETECTOR
                                        BASE                            BASE                       END OF LINE
TERMINALS                                                                                          TERMINATOR
  PANEL                                DIODE TYPE IS BYV10-60 OR BAT49
                               END OF LINE TERMINATOR INSTALLATION DIAGRAM




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