4100 ES Fire Indicator Panel Installation & Maintenance

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Copyrights and Trademarks 2006, 2013 Tyco Australia Pty Limited. All Rights Reserved.All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date,and are subject to change without notice.Tyco, Simplex, the Simplex logo, MAPNET II, IDNet, TrueAlarm, SmartSync,WALKTEST, MINIPLEX, and TrueAlert are trademarks of Tyco International ServicesAG or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or other countries. VESDA is a trademark of Xtralis.Simplex fire alarm technology is protected by the following U.S. Patent Numbers:TrueAlarm analog smoke detection: 5,155,468; 5,173,683 and 5,543,777. IDNet andMAPNET II addressable communications; 4,796,025. TrueAlert addressable notification;6,313,744 and 6,426,697. SmartSync horn/strobe control; 6,281,789.ApprovalsAustralian Standard AS 4428.1ActivFire Listing Number afp1682ManufactureThe 4100ES is a Fire Indicator Panel manufactured for Tyco Fire Protection Products:Tyco Fire Protection Products47 Gilby RoadMt WaverleyVIC 3149AUSTRALIAPhone : 1300 725 688Fax :1300 720 733Product / SiteNameSerial #Manufacture Dateiii

Non-Disclosure AgreementTyco (THE COMPANY) and the User of this/these document(s) desire to shareproprietary technical information concerning electronic systems.For this reason the company is disclosing to the User information in the form of this/thesedocument(s). In as much as the company considers this information to be proprietary anddesires that it be maintained in confidence, it is hereby agreed by the User that suchinformation shall be maintained in confidence by the User for a period of TEN YEARSafter the issue date and only be used for the purpose for which it was supplied.During this period, the User shall not divulge such information to any third party withoutthe prior written consent of the company and shall take reasonable efforts to prevent anyunauthorised disclosure by its employees. However, the User shall not be required tokeep such information in confidence if it was in their possession prior to its receipt fromthe company; if it is or becomes public knowledge without the fault of the User; or theinformation becomes available on an unrestricted basis from a third party having a legalright to disclose such information.The User's receipt and retention of this information constitutes acceptance of these terms.This information is copyright and shall not be reproduced in any form whatsoever.End User Liability DisclaimerThe 4100ES Fire Alarm System provides a configuration programming facility, whichmay be accessed via a programming computer using a “dongle”. Because thisprogramming facility allows the user to define in detail the operation of the 4100ESSystem being customised, changes may be made by the user that prevent this installationfrom meeting statutory requirements.The Company, therefore cannot accept any responsibility as to the suitability of thefunctions generated by the user using this programming facility.iv

Model Number & Firmware RevisionThis manual applies to product with the following:Model number :4100ESFirmware revision : 1.02.04 and onDocumentDocument Name :LT0350 4100ES Installation & Maintenance ManualIssue :1.5 25 Feb, 2015Amendment Log14 May, 200416 June, 200530 Oct, 2005Issue 1.0.6Issue 1.0.7Issue 1.0.86 October200630 Nov. 200623 Jan. 2007Issue 1.0.9Issue 1.0.10Issue 1.0.119 Aug. 20123-Oct-1329-Jan-1525-Feb-15Issue 1.2Issue 1.3Issue 1.4Issue 1.5Original based on 574-848 Rev GAdded Tyco 614 detectors to Appendix FAdded System Sensor detector 885WP-B to List ofApproved Devices in Appendix F.References to LT0432 and 1976-181 Wiring Diagramsadded.Updated drawings 1976-181 Sheets 102, 203, 500.Clarification to RUI cabling limits (Chapter 3),Checking wiring (Appendix C), T-GEN connection.Changes for 4100ES introduction.Changes for InfoAlarm display introductionBattery charger adjustment updated.Updated drawing 1976-174 sheet 1.v

Cautions, Warnings, and Regulatory InformationREAD AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. Follow the instructions in thisinstallation manual. These instructions must be followed to avoid damage to this productand associated equipment. Product operation and reliability depends upon properinstallation.DO NOT INSTALL ANY SIMPLEX PRODUCT THAT APPEARS DAMAGED.Upon unpacking your Simplex product, inspect the contents of the carton for shippingdamage. If damage is apparent, immediately file a claim with the carrier and notify yourSimplex product supplier.SAFETY HAZARD - The 4100ES CPU Card includes a lithium battery. There isdanger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the sameor equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteriesaccording to the manufacturer’s instructions.ELECTRICAL HAZARD - Disconnect electrical field power when making any internaladjustments or repairs. All repairs should be performed by a representative or authorizedagent of your local Simplex product supplier.STATIC HAZARD - Static electricity can damage components. Therefore, handle asfollows: Ground yourself before opening or installing components (use the 553-484 StaticControl Kit). Prior to installation, keep components wrapped in anti-static material at all times.EYE SAFETY HAZARD - Under certain fibreoptic 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.RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY - This equipment generates, uses, and can radiateradio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructionmanual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found tocomply with the limits defined in AS 4428.0-1997 and Amendment 1 : 2002.CLASS A PRODUCT – In a domestic environment this product may cause radiointerference. In which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.SYSTEM REACCEPTANCE TEST AFTER SOFTWARE CHANGES - To ensureproper system operation, this product must be tested in accordance with AS 1670 afterany programming operation or change in site-specific software. Reacceptance testing isrequired after any change, addition or deletion of system components, or after anymodification, repair or adjustment to system hardware or wiring.All components, circuits, system operations, or software functions, known to be affectedby a change must be 100% tested. In addition, to ensure that other operations are notinadvertently affected, at least 10% of initiating devices that are not directly affected bythe change, up to a maximum of 50 devices, should also be tested and proper systemoperation verified.IMPORTANT: Verify 4100ES System Programmer, Executive, and Slave Softwarecompatibility when installing or replacing system components. Refer to Solution BulletinSB11002 for compatibility information.vi

Table of Contents{ XE "Table of Contents" }Copyrights and Trademarks . iiiApprovals . iiiManufacture. iiiProduct / Site . iiiNon-Disclosure Agreement . ivEnd User Liability Disclaimer . ivModel Number & Firmware Revision . vDocument .vAmendment Log . vCautions, Warnings, and Regulatory Information. viTable of Contents . viiList of Figures . xvList of Tables . xviChapter 1 Introduction to the 4100ES Fire Alarm System. 1Introduction . 1In this Chapter . 1System Configurations. 1Overview. 1Standalone Configuration . 2Overview. 2System Design. 2MINIPLEX/RTU Configuration . 3Overview. 3System Design. 3RUI Communication . 4Network Configuration . 5Overview. 5Hub and Star Configurations . 5Connecting Loops . 6System Design. 6Network Communication . 6Glossary . 7Chapter 2 Installing 4100ES FIP Components . 2-1Introduction . 2-1In this Chapter . 2-1Introduction to FIPs (4100ES). 2-2Overview. 2-2CPU Bay . 2-2vii

Master Motherboard . 2-3CPU Card . 2-4Additional Modules . 2-4CPU Card LEDs. 2-5Operator Interface . 2-6System Power Supply (SPS) . 2-7System Power. 2-8The Power Distribution Interface (PDI) . 2-8Step 1. Mounting Cabinets (4100ES) . 2-9Overview. 2-9Step 2. Mounting Card Bays to Cabinets (4100ES) . 2-9Overview. 2-9Front Mounting Bays . 2-9Rear Mounting Bays . 2-10Step 3. Configuring Cards (4100ES) . 2-11Overview. 2-11Master Motherboard Configuration . 2-11CPU Card Configuration . 2-11SPS Configuration . 2-11PDI Configuration . 2-12Configuring Other Cards . 2-12Step 4. Interconnecting Modules and Bays . 2-12Overview. 2-12Guidelines . 2-12Card Interconnections in the CPU Bay . 2-13Card Interconnections Within Expansion Bays . 2-13Basic Bay-To-Bay Interconnections . 2-13Connecting to Motherboards . 2-14Step 5. Installing Modules into Expansion Bays (4100ES). 2-16Overview. 2-16Placement Guidelines . 2-16Installing 4” X 5” Cards . 2-19Step 6. Installing LED/Switch Modules into Expansion Bays (4100ES) . 2-21Overview. 2-21The LED/Switch User Interface . 2-21LED/Switch Controller Card . 2-21LED/Switch Modules . 2-22Configuring the LED/Switch Controller Card . 2-22Activating the Communication Loss Feature . 2-22Mounting LED/Switch Modules to the Expansion Bay . 2-23Mounting the Controller Card Assembly. 2-24Changing Display Card LEDs . 2-24Interconnecting Cards . 2-25Wiring Instructions . 2-26Chapter 3 Installing 4100ES MINIPLEX/RTU Components . 3-1Introduction . 3-1In this Chapter . 3-1Introduction to MINIPLEX Transponders (4100ES) . 3-2Overview. 3-2Transponder Cabinets . 3-2Transponder Interface Cards (TICs) . 3-2Basic TIC . 3-2Card Specifications . 3-3viii

MINIPLEX System Guidelines (4100ES) . 3-4Overview. 3-4Guidelines . 3-4Configuring Cards (4100ES) . 3-5Overview. 3-5CPU Motherboard DIP Switch . 3-5TIC Configuration . 3-5Configuring Other Cards . 3-5TIC/Riser Mounting (4100ES) . 3-6Overview. 3-6Mounting Instructions . 3-6TIC/Motherboard Interconnections (4100ES) . 3-7RUI Wiring (4100ES) . 3-8Overview. 3-8Wiring Configurations. 3-8Figure 3-4 The Ferrite Bead . 3-8Chapter 4 Networking . 4-1Introduction . 4-1In this Chapter . 4-1Getting Started . 4-2Ove

TrueAlert addressable notification; 6,313,744 and 6,426,697. SmartSync horn/strobe control; 6,281,789. Australian Standard AS 4428.1 ActivFire Listing Number afp1682 The 4100ES is a Fire Indicator Panel manufactured for Tyco Fire Protection Products: Tyco Fire Protection Products 47 Gilby Road Mt Waverley VIC 3149 AUSTRALIA Phone : 1300 725 688 Fax : 1300 720 733 Name Serial # Manufacture Date .

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