4100/4120 Fire Alarm System Installation Manual

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FIRE4100/4120Fire Alarm SystemInstallation ManualLT0294579-315Rev 1.1

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Manufacturer’s DetailsApprovalsAustralian Standard AS 4428.1, Control and Indicating Equipment. SSL Listing No. afp1165Manufactured bySimplex International Pty Ltd140 Old Pittwater RoadBrookvale N.S.W. 2100 AustraliaPhone: (02)-9466-2333Copyrights andTrademarkInformationCopyright Simplex Time Recorder Co., 2000. All rights reserved.Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No part of this documentmay be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, forany purpose, without the express written consent of Simplex Time Recorder Company.Simplex and the Simplex logo are registered trademarks of Simplex Time Recorder Co.Product Name and Model No.NAME:SERIAL NUMBER:MANUFACTURE DATE:4100/4120 FIP

Cautions and WarningsREAD AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. Follow the instructions in this installationmanual. These instructions must be followed to avoid damage to this product and associatedequipment. Product operation and reliability depends upon proper installation.DO NOT INSTALL ANY SIMPLEX PRODUCT THAT APPEARS DAMAGED. Uponunpacking your Simplex product, inspect the contents of the carton for shipping damage. Ifdamage is apparent, immediately file a claim with the carrier and notify Simplex.ELECTRICAL HAZARD - Disconnect electrical field power when making any internaladjustments or repairs. Servicing should be performed by qualified Simplex Representatives.STATIC HAZARD - Static electricity can damage components. Therefore, handle asfollows: Ground yourself before opening or installing components (use the 553-484 Static ControlKit). Prior to installation, keep components wrapped in anti-static material at all times.EYE SAFETY HAZARD - Under certain fiber optic application conditions, the opticaloutput of this device may exceed eye safety limits. Do not use magnification (such as amicroscope or other focusing equipment) when viewing the output of this device.

Table of ContentsApprovals .viManufactured by .viCopyrights and Trademark Information .viHow to Use this Publication . viiIntroduction . viiGeneral Conventions . viiChapter 1 Contractor Installation Instructions. 1-1Introduction . 1-1In this chapter. 1-1Supplied Documentation. 1-2Installation Overview. 1-3Chapter 2 Programmer’s Report Explained. 2-1Introduction . 2-1In this Chapter. 2-1General Information . 2-2Card Summary by Location . 2-3System Point Summary . 2-4Introduction . 2-4Zone Name . 2-4Address . 2-4Custom Label . 2-4Point Type . 2-4Virtual Zone Summary . 2-8Virtual Zone Detail . 2-92120/RS232 Interface Report . 2-11Chapter 3 Final Installation, Power Up and Testing of the System . 3-1Introduction . 3-1In this Chapter. 3-1Installation Checklist for Simplex Technical Representative . 3-2Visual Inspection . 3-3Install Printed Circuit Boards. 3-4CPU/Main Power Supply Boards with Components . 3-9Introduction . 3-9Power Up Procedure. 3-9System Test Procedures. 3-10Introduction . 3-10Battery Test. 3-10Alarm Test. 3-10v

Fault Test . 3-10Lamp Test . 3-11Remounting Retainer . 3-11APPENDIX A. 1Troubleshooting Procedures. 1Introduction . 1Troubleshooting Chart. 1Troubleshooting Procedures, Continued . 2APPENDIX B 4100 Specifications. 1General. 1Expansion Modules. 1INDICATORS and DISPLAY. 3KEYPAD CONTROLS. 3SOFTWARE FEATURES. 3APPENDIX C 4100 Fault Messages . 1Card Troubles . 1Battery Troubles. 2Earth Grounds. 2Annunciator Troubles . 3Mapnet Troubles . 3RUI Troubles . 4Appendix D. 1Glossary of 4100 Fire Alarm System Terms . 1Appendix E . 1Battery Capacity Calculation Methology . 1Appendix F . 1Cable Characteristics . 1vi

How to Use this PublicationIntroductionBefore you start using the 4100/4120 Fire Alarm System Installation Manual, it's important tounderstand the typographic conventions used in this publication.GeneralConventionsThe following conventions are used in this publication to identify special names or text.ConventionBold typeItalic typeMeaningIndicates words or characters that you type. Unless it isspecifically noted, you can type the text in lowercase oruppercase characters. For example, cd access means thatyou type the lowercase letters “cd” followed by a space andthe lowercase word “access.”Indicates information that the user must supply, such asfilenames. For example, cd directory name means that youtype the letters “cd” followed by a space and a directory name.Indicates important terms or titles of publications.“Text in quotes”Indicates the title of a chapter or section of the manual, suchas “How to Use This Publication.” Provides you with information. They are also used to indicatealternatives in numbered procedural steps.Bulleted lists1. Numbered listsIndicates procedures that you must carry out sequentially.vii

Related DocumentationInformation Coveredin Other ManualsThe following table shows the recommended reading path for information related to the4100/4120 Fire Alarm System. The document in boldface, italic type represents this manual.Document NamePart #4100/4120 Fire Indicator Panel Operator Manual574-3144100/4120 Fire Alarm System Installation Manual579-3154100/4120 Fire Indicator Panel Technical Manual579-316ix

Chapter 1Contractor Installation InstructionsIntroductionIn this chapterThis chapter provides a logical sequence of procedures to follow when installing a 4100 system. Refer to the notes below before moving on with the installation procedure. Also, seethe next section for a list of documents referred to during the installation.Important:The installer is responsible for safeguarding all 4100 material shippedto the job site. During system installation, store all 4100 items(including all documentation) in a clean, dry, safe place until needed.Important:If an existing system must be shut down while the 4100 system isbeing installed, notify the appropriate personnel (building occupants,fire department, monitoring facility, etc.).Warning:After reading the information contained in this manual, call your localSimplex Representative before proceeding to connect field wiring. Donot apply AC or battery power to the 4100 system unless in thepresence of a Simplex Technical Representative.Refer to the page number listed in this table for information on a specific topic.TopicSee Page #Supplied Documentation1-2Installation Overview1-31-1

Supplied DocumentationThe envelope that contained this publication also contains the following documents: Factory Documentation (packed in a clear plastic envelope) 4100 Field Wiring Diagram (841-731) Field Wiring Diagrams, Smoke Detectors (841-687) Field Wiring Diagrams, MAPNET II Devices (841-804) 4100/4100 Fire Alarm Operating Instructions (579-314)Except for the last publication, all of the above documents are required for system installation.The 4100 Field Wiring Diagrams (841-731) are used when wiring peripheral devices to the4100 panel. These diagrams provide a pictorial reference on how to terminate wiring on allmotherboards in a 4100 system.Field Wiring Diagrams (841-687) should be available for the installer during installation of allperipheral devices (auxiliary relays, indicating appliances, initiating devices, etc.).Note:The first page of each Field Wiring Diagram is an index, which should beused to identify the correct page for a specific installation procedure.1-2

Installation OverviewThe next ten steps outline the installation process for the 4100 Fire Alarm System. Each stepin the procedure is followed by an explanation of exactly what needs to be done and how. Ifpossible, proceed through the installation process in the sequence that follows.1.Inventory the delivered equipment.The delivered equipment includes the envelope that contained this publication, thematerials listed in the Packaging Information section of the Factory Documentation, andthe envelope labeled System Hardware (shown in Figure 1-1).Note:The contractor is not responsible for inventorying or installing daughter cards,or for interconnecting panel components. All cartons that contain daughtercards are to be opened, inventoried, and installed by Simplex personnel.SYSTEMHARDWAREOPEN CAREFULLY748-200SIMPLEX TIME RECORDER CO.GARDNER, MA 01441 U.S.A.570210-AFigure 1-1. System Hardware Envelope LabelContinued on next page1-3

Installation Overview, Continued2.Install the back box. Refer to the 4100 /4120/UT Back Box Installation Instructions(Pub. No. FA4-21-203).3.Install and tag all system wiring. Refer to the SYSTEM POINT SUMMARY Report for thepoints that must be wired (Figure 2-3 shows an example) and the appropriate page in the4100 Field Wiring Diagram (841-731) for instructions on wiring that type of point.4.Install the peripheral devices and E.O.L. resistors. Refer to the Point Type column in theSystem Point Summary Report for device type. Wire peripherals in accordance with the appropriate 4100 Field Wiring Diagram(841-731). Wire a MAPNET II device in accordance with the appropriate MAPNET II FieldWiring Diagram (841-804).a.Use a small screwdriver or ballpoint pen to set the MAPNET II device’s addressswitches. Refer to the note below for instructions on setting proper addresses. Notes: A MAPNET II device’s address is represented by the final digit(s) in the zone’s name. See Table 1-1 for a complete listing of MAPNET II addresses.(address examples)A device that connects to a zone named M1-2 must have its switches set toaddress 2. A device that connects to a zone named M1-117 must have itsswitches set to address 117. Address zero (all switches turned OFF) is not a valid address. Switch number 8 is never turned ON.b.After setting the device address, write the device’s address on the address labelto agree with the address switches.WRITE IN THEDEVICEADDRESS HEREM1-5Address LabelMarked for address 5 on channel 1.Figure 1-2 and Figure 1-3. Location of DIP Switches on a Typical Device andDevice Address LabelContinued on next page1-4

Installation Overview, ContinuedTable 1-1. MAPNET II OFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF ADDRESS 1ADDRESS 2ADDRESS 3ADDRESS 4ADDRESS 5ADDRESS 6ADDRESS 7ADDRESS 8ADDRESS 9ADDRESS 10ADDRESS 11ADDRESS 12ADDRESS 13ADDRESS 14ADDRESS 15ADDRESS 16ADDRESS 17ADDRESS 18ADDRESS 19ADDRESS 20ADDRESS 21ADDRESS 22ADDRESS 23ADDRESS 24ADDRESS 25ADDRESS 26ADDRESS 27ADDRESS 28ADDRESS 29ADDRESS 30ADDRESS 31ADDRESS 32ADDRESS 33ADDRESS 34ADDRESS 35ADDRESS 36ADDRESS 37ADDRESS 38ADDRESS 39ADDRESS 40ADDRESS 41ADDRESS 42ADDRESS 43ADDRESS 44ADDRESS 45ADDRESS 46ADDRESS 47ADDRESS 48ADDRESS 49ADDRESS 50ADDRESS 51ADDRESS 52ADDRESS 53ADDRESS 54ADDRESS 55ADDRESS 56ADDRESS 57ADDRESS 58ADDRESS 59ADDRESS 60ADDRESS 61ADDRESS 62ADDRESS 63ADDRESS . The envelope labeled “748-200 System Hardware” contains the requiredresistors.3.3K (monitor zone) resistors are colour coded orange, orange, red (and have agold tolerance band);10K (Notification appliance [signal] circuit) resistors are colour coded brown,black, orange (and also have a gold tolerance band).Note:Resistors other than those described above will be used by the SimplexTechnical Representative (T.R.) during installation checkout.Continued on next page1-5 ADDRESS 65ADDRESS 66ADDRESS 67ADDRESS 68ADDRESS 69ADDRESS 70ADDRESS 71ADDRESS 72ADDRESS 73ADDRESS 74ADDRESS 75ADDRESS 76ADDRESS 77ADDRESS 78ADDRESS 79ADDRESS 80ADDRESS 81ADDRESS 82ADDRESS 83ADDRESS 84ADDRESS 85ADDRESS 86ADDRESS 87ADDRESS 88ADDRESS 89ADDRESS 90ADDRESS 91ADDRESS 92ADDRESS 93ADDRESS 94ADDRESS 95ADDRESS 96ADDRESS 97ADDRESS 98ADDRESS 99ADDRESS 100ADDRESS 101ADDRESS 102ADDRESS 103ADDRESS 104ADDRESS 105ADDRESS 106ADDRESS 107ADDRESS 108ADDRESS 109ADDRESS 110ADDRESS 111ADDRESS 112ADDRESS 113ADDRESS 114ADDRESS 115ADDRESS 116ADDRESS 117ADDRESS 118ADDRESS 119ADDRESS 120ADDRESS 121ADDRESS 122ADDRESS 123ADDRESS 124ADDRESS 125ADDRESS 126ADDRESS 127

Installation Overview, Continued5.Using the procedure below, remove the option bay door. See Figure 1-4.a.If applicable, mark the top of the ribbon cable. Then pull the cable straight out of itsconnector.b.Remove the hair-pin cotter pins (item 1) from the upper clevis pins (item 2). Thenpush the clevis pins inward and lower the door.c.Free the lower end of the retainer cable (item 3) by removing the screw and washer(items 4 and 5).d.Remove the hair-pin cotter pins (item 6) from the lower clevis pins (item 7). Thenpush the clevis pins inward and remove the door.e.Store the door and its hardware in a safe, clean and dry place until the remainder ofthe steps are complete.Figure 1-4. Removing the Option Bay DoorContinued on next page1-6

Installation Overview, Continued6.Check and terminate all zone (ZN), MAPNET Loops (MAP A, MAP B) and signal (SIG)wiring.Note:A standard job has at least 3 signal circuits, one of which is wired in thefactory (Signal 3). The other two circuits must be wired. The three standardjob signal circuits are described in the table below. Refer to theProgrammer’s Report for the actual configuration of your system.Table 1-2. Standard Job Signal Circuits*SignalCustom LabelCard LocationSignal 3Sounder (Local/Remote)Address Label 2Signal 4External BellAddress Label 2Signal 5Warning SystemAddress Label 2* This table represents standard job signal circuits only, refer to the Card Summary byLocation Report for all of the signal circuits on your job.A. Refer to the Card Summary by Location Report (Figure 2-2) to determine thelocation of each card on the motherboard (A stock-on “ADDRESS” label on eachmotherboard identifies that board’s number). The Card Summary by LocationReport is found within the computer printout portion of the Factory Documentation.B. Use the terminal identifier paper labels on the terminal blocks to find specificterminals. See Figure 3-1 (Custom Terminal Wiring Identifiers) for typical customterminal wiring paper label identifiers.C. Check each circuit for voltages, shorts or opens as follows:1.With the meter set on 300V AC, read the voltage across the circuit. 2.Meter must read 0 volts.With the meter set on 60VDC, read the voltage across the circuit again (this timein both directions). Meter must read 0 volts.3.With the meter set on OHMS x 10 and its ( ) and (–) leads connected to thecircuit’s ( ) and (–) wires respectively, check resistance. Readings must compare favourably with those shown in Table 1-3. If reading indicates an open in a circuit that includes a smoke detector, makesure the detector head(s) are properly mounted and seated. (Circuits alwaysread “open” (infinity) if detector power is absent and separately-powereddevices (four-wire smoke detectors) are involved.)D. Connect the wires to their terminals.Continued on next page1-7

Installation Overview, ContinuedTable 1-3. Acceptable Zone and Signal Circuit Meter ReadingsCircuit TypeMeter ReadingStyle B (formerly Class B) Initiating Device (Zone) CircuitFrom zone to zone – (each zone)3.3K ohmsFrom zone to groundInfinityFrom zone – to groundInfinityStyle D (formerly Class A) Initiating Device (Zone) CircuitFrom zone to zone – (each zone)InfinityFrom zone to groundInfinityFrom zone – to groundInfinityFrom zone OUT to INLess than 50 ohmsFrom zone – OUT to – INLess than 50 ohmsStyle Y (formerly Class B) Notification Appliance Circuit (each signal circuit)From to groundInfinityFrom – to groundInfinityResistance across circuitIn one direction10K ohmsIn opposite directionLess than 200 ohmsStyle Z (formerly Class A) Notification Appliance Circuit (each signal circuit)From to groundInfinityFrom – to groundInfinityFrom OUT to INLess than 50 ohmsFrom – OUT to – INLess than 50 ohmsResistance across circuitIn one directionInfinityIn opposite directionLess than 200 ohmsShieldingShield to groundShield to –Shield to InfinityInfinityInfinityMAPNET II Loops (ZAMs and IAMs)From MAPNET II to groundFrom MAPNET II – to groundInfinityInfinityContinued on next page1-8

Installation Overview, Continued7.Check and terminate all remaining circuits (Auxiliary Relays, Brigade, AC Power,MAPNET II, etc) according to the instructions below.Auxiliary RelaysA standard job has at least two Auxiliary Relays that must be wired. The table belowdescribes these two relays. Refer to the Programmer’s Report for the actual configurationof your system.Table 1-4. Standard Job Auxiliary Relays*AuxiliaryCustom LabelCard LocationAuxiliary 3Isolate RelayAddress Label 3Auxiliary 4Fail RelayAddress Label 3* This table represents standard job auxiliaries only, refer to the Card Summary byLocation Report for all of the auxiliary circuits for your job.Note:The Fail Relay (Aux 4) is always held on, in a failsafe mode, by thesoftware.Marked on the termination label for auxiliaries are the connections N.O (Normally Open),N.C. (Normally Closed) and C (Common). These connections are in the de-energisedstate.Brigade CircuitsA standard job has two Brigade Circuits that must be wired. The table below describesthese two circuits. Refer to the Programmer’s Report for the actual configuration of yoursystem.Table 1-5. Standard Job Brigade CircuitsBrigadeCustom LabelCard LocationBrigade AlarmnoneCPU BoardBrigade FaultnoneCPU BoardAs the table points out, the Brigade circuits are now located on the CPU Board. Theterminal block identifier label for the Brigade circuits is shown in Figure 3-1.AC PowerConnect the AC Power after all other circuits are terminated. The AC Power terminalblock, like other TBs, is labeled for correct wiring.Warning:The main breaker for AC Power to the Fire Panel should be turnedoff when wiring AC Power.Important: Only Simplex representatives are authorised to apply AC or batterypower to the 4100 system.Continued on next page1-9

Installation Overview, Continued8.Use the tie wraps in the System Hardware envelope to neatly dress the panel wiring.9.Re-install the option bay door.10. Call your local Simplex Branch Office (listed in the Yellow Pages) to install the printedcircuit boards and test the system.1-10

Chapter 2Programmer’s Report ExplainedIntroductionThe Programmer’s Report identifies peripheral connections within the panel and specifiessystem operational data. The sections within the Programmer’s Report normally required forcontractor installation are explained in this chapter.In this ChapterRefer to the page number listed in this table for information on a specific section in theProgrammer’s Report.TopicSee Page #General InformationCard Summary by Location2-22-3System Point Summary2-4Virtual Zone Summary2-8Virtual Zone Detail2-92120/RS232 Interface Report2-112-1

General InformationThis section contains branch office required information. It details branch personnel involvedwith the system, system power data, agency, and software information. The title at thebeginning of the report should match the panel being installed. Also, note the build date. Itshould be up-to date. If the report doesn’t seem to match the current site, contact the localSimplex TR.XYZ HOSPITAL, BLDG 1GENERAL INFORMATIONPage100C0901 node:1 rev:1011:23:35, MON, ------------------------------------4100 Fire Alarm SystemGENERALSimplex Time Recorder Co.INFONode Number: 1System Type: 4100 Job FilenameJob TitleOrder NumberCustomerCustomer ContactContractorSalespersonBranch NumberBranch LocationProgrammed by::::::::::Agency ApprovalNFPA StandardStandby Generator?Hours of Standby Battery::::Comments ::00C0901XYZ HOSPITAL, BLDG 1ACME FIRE ALARMSJOE FLAME909PERTHDJRNONENONENOSAMPLE 4100A JOB FOR USE IN THE INSTALLATION MANUALJob Rev : 10Built Rev : 10Built Date : 08-Jan-01 11:22Programmer RevSystem Defaults RevDatabase (DBF) FormatCFIG Format::::Current------A9.02.1310016096As Built-------A9.02.1310016096Figure 2-1. General Information2-2

Card Summary by LocationThe Card Summary by Location shows the number of cards within the system, as well as theI/Os on those cards. Mainly, use this section of the report to locate specific cards, whetherthey are in the local controller unit or in a remote unit, and to identify the specific I/Osmapped to those cards. The report shows a Card Number that corresponds to the address ofeach printed circuit board and a Zone Range that identifies the I/Os on each card. You canalso use this section of the report to verify delivery of system cards from the ------------------------------------XYZ HOSPITAL, BLDG 1CARD SUMMARY BY LOCATIONPage300C0901 node:1 rev:1011:23:35, MON, ------------------------------------CARDCARD LOCATION LISTING:LOCATIONLOCAL CONTROLLER UNIT:DAUGHTER CARDS:Card----01234567Card Type---------------------------------------(7003) 4100 Master Controller(6005) Power Supply/Charger(4322) 3 Input Class B Signal w/Sup(3003) 8 Pt, 3 Amp Relay w/ Feedback(0140) 4120 Network Interface(0113) 2120/RS232 Interface(0110) MAPNET Interface(0304) Remote Unit Interface (RUI)Zone Range-----------------Card Type---------------------------------------no local annunciatorsZone Range-----------------SIG3-8AUX3-10RS232-1M1-1 - 9RUI 1ANNUNCIATORS:Annun Card----- -----REMOTE UNIT INTERFACE 1 (RUI 1):Type 31520Card Type---------------

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