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4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUAL(LT0280)VOLUME 1 of 3Document No.: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

Page iiSIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALGLOSSARY OF STANDARD TERMSThe following abbreviations are used throughout this manual:ACF:Ancillary control facility."Ackd":Display abbreviation for acknowledged condition.AVF:Alarm Verification Facility.ALM:Display abbreviation for alarm condition.AS1668:Australian Standard AS1668 specifying the use of mechanicalventilation and air-conditioning in buildings.FIP:Fire Indicator Panel."Isol":Display abbreviation for Isolated condition.LCD:Liquid Crystal Display.LED:Light Emitting Diode.MANUFACTURERS DETAILSAPPROVALS: AUSTRALIAN STANDARD AS1603.4SSL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE NUMBER 127The 4100 Fire Indicator Panel is manufactured for:Simplex Fire Products47 Gilby RoadMt WaverleyVIC 3149AustraliaNotice: The contents of this document is subject to change without notice.Document No.: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

SIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALPage iiiTABLE OF CONTENTSCOMPATIBLE ACTUATING DEVICES .viiSIMPLEX RANGE: .viiHOCHIKI RANGE: CONVENTIONAL DETECTORS .viiOLSEN RANGE: CONVENTIONAL DETECTORS . viiiAPOLLO: CONVENTIONAL DETECTORS . viiiPANELECT/PANASONIC: CONVENTIONAL DETECTORS. viiiCOMPATIBLE BATTERIES .ixSPECIFICATION .xGENERAL . xEXPANSION MODULES. xINDICATORS AND DISPLAY .xiKEYPAD CONTROLS .xiSOFTWARE FEATURES.xiiAMENDMENTS TO 4100 OPERATOR MANUAL .xiiiRELATED DOCUMENTATION .xiii1 INTRODUCTION .12 SYSTEM OPERATING DESCRIPTION .32.0.1 Handling Abnormal Conditions . 42.1 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS. 53 ALARM CONDITIONS.63.1 HOW TO OPERATE THE PANEL DURING AN ALARM CONDITION. 63.2 ESSENTIAL ALARM CONDITION KEYS. 73.2.1 Alarm Ack (acknowledge). 73.2.2 System Reset . 83.3 HOW TO ISOLATE / DE-ISOLATE A ZONE. 93.4 HOW TO ISOLATE / DE-ISOLATE INDIVIDUAL DEVICES. 113.4.1 Disabling Individual Points/Devices. 113.4.2 Enabling Individual Points/Devices. 124 FAULT CONDITIONS.144.1 HOW TO OPERATE THE PANEL DURING FAULT CONDITIONS . 144.3 ESSENTIAL FAULT CONDITION KEYS. 154.4 FAULT ACKNOWLEDGE KEY. 154.5 SYSTEM RESET TO CLEAR FAULTS . 164.6 FAULT INDICATIONS FOR TRUEALARM SENSORS. 164.6.1 Dirty Fault Indication . 174.6.2 Excessively Dirty Fault Indication . 174.6.3 Self Test Abnormal Fault Indication. 175 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS.185.1 CONTROL KEYS. 185.2 FUNCTION KEYS. 195.3 HOW TO SET TIME AND DATE. 205.4 HOW TO ESCAPE FROM MENU. 215.5 POINT CONTROL WITH THE FUNCTION KEY . 21Document No: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

Page ivSIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUAL5.6 DISPLAY/ACTION KEYS . 225.6.1 Function Key Operation . 235.6.2 MENU Key . 245.6.3 PREVIOUS Key . 245.6.4 NEXT Key . 245.6.5 LAMP TEST Key. 245.6.6 Action Keys. 255.6.7 Entry Keypad . 255.7 VIEWING POWER SUPPLY/CHARGER VOLTAGE AND CURRENT READINGS . 265.8 POINT SELECTION . 275.8.1 Selecting Points Using Lists . 275.8.2 Selecting Points Using the Keyboard . 275.8.3 Selecting Additional Lists. 275.9 OPERATOR ACCESS LEVELS . 285.10 POWER UP SEQUENCE . 295.11 VIEWING THE HISTORICAL ALARM AND FAULT LOGS . 305.12 OPERATOR LOG IN/LOG OUT PROCEDURES. 305.12.1 Access Level Log-In Procedure . 305.12.2 Access Level Log Out Procedure . 326 DISPLAYING MAPNET DEVICE STATUS .336.1 MAPNET DISPLAY INFORMATION . 336.2 MAPNET POINT ADDRESSING . 336.2.1 How to Display a MAPNET System Point . 336.2.2 What To Do If a MAPNET Point Will Not Reset . 336.2.3 TrueAlarm Sensor Display Values. 347 SYSTEM TEST PROCEDURES.377.1 LAMP TEST. 377.2 WALK TEST . 377.3 WALK TEST BY GROUP. 387.4 ZONE CODING OPTION. 387.5 SILENT WALK TEST . 397.6 ENTERING WALK TEST MODE . 397.7 WALK TEST OPERATION . 407.8 WALK TEST FEATURES . 407.8.1 Abort Audible and Delay on Reactivation. 417.8.2 Active/Not Active. 417.8.3 Auto Abort on Alarm . 417.8.4 Auto Abort on Time-Out. 417.8.5 Control List. 417.8.6 Delay Before Reset. 427.8.7 Logging Option (Log/No Log) . 427.8.8 Monitor Zone List . 427.8.9 Programmer Configuration . 427.8.10 Sig/No Sig (Silent Walk Test Selection). 427.8.11 System Fault. 437.8.12 Fault Audible. 437.8.13 Zone Code/Zero Code. 437.9 WALK TEST PROCEDURES . 437.9.1 How to Enter a Walk Test Passcode . 437.9.2 How to Enter Walk Test Mode . 447.9.3 How to Exit Walk Test Mode. 467.9.4 How to Turn a Point Off . 477.9.5 How to Turn a Point On . 477.9.6 How to Return a Point to Auto . 487.9.7 How to Enable a Disabled Point . 497.9.8 What To Do In Case of System Malfunction . 51Document No.: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

SIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALPage v8 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES .528.1 WEEKLY TESTS . 528.2 MONTHLY TESTS. 538.3 ANNUAL TESTS. 54Document No: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

Page viSIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALPANEL DETAILSpanel sticker4100 Panel supplied byInstallation locationContract/Job NumberAs installed FIP Systemdrawing numberPanel Installation datePanel Commissioned dateMaintenance CompanyTelephoneService ContactDocument No.: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

SIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALPage viiCOMPATIBLE ACTUATING DEVICESThe following detectors have been approved as compatible devices for use with the4100 FIP.SIMPLEX RANGE:1)Analog Addressable 824098-97832)High / Very High sensitivity Photoelectric smokeIonisation smokeType A / Type B HeatAddressable LED Indicating baseAddressable LED Indicating base with SounderAddressable LED Indicating base with Relay driverConventional 92012098-95762098-9211Heat detector Type AHeat detector Type BHeat detector Type CHeat detector Type DPhotoelectric smoke detectorIonisation smoke detectorUniversal base.TYCO RANGE: Conventional DetectorsDetector Type614CH614I614P614TT614CO/Heat DetectorIonisation DetectorPhoto-electric DetectorHeat Detectors– Type A, B, C, DHeat Detectors– Type A, B, C, DDocument No: 4100-M0014100-5001/2/48 Zone Module374028302190-9156Monitor ZAM252919204090-9101Monitor ZAM2529192030202028 March 2006Issue 1.2

Page viiiSIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALHOCHIKI RANGE:Conventional DetectorsDCA-B-60R MK VDFE-60BDCA-B-90R MK 1DFE-90DDFG-60BLKJSPA-ABSIH-AMSLK-ASLG-AM MK 1HF-24A MK 1YBC-R/3AYBF-RL/4AH4OLSEN RANGE:Conventional BV41B/V42BAPOLLO:Type A heat detectorType B heat detectorType C heat detectorType D heat detectorType B heat detectorBeam type smoke detectorIonisation smoke detectorPhotoelectric smoke detectorPhotoelectric smoke detectorUltraviolet smoke detectorPlain – non indicating baseLED Indicating baseBeam type smoke detectorIonisation smoke detectorIonisation smoke detectorHeat detector cablePhotoelectric smoke detectorPhotoelectric smoke detectorDual spectrum infrared flame detectorProbe type heat detector type EHeat detector types A,B,C,D with Z55B baseHeat detector types A,B,C,D with Z54B baseUltraviolet flame detectorConventional DetectorsHeat detectorHeat detectorHeat detectorHeat detectorSeries 20Series 30Type AType BType CType DPhotoelectric smoke detectorIonisation smoke -PPFS-IConventional DetectorsHeat detector Type AHeat detector Type BHeat detector Type CHeat detector Type DPhotoelectric smoke detectorIonisation smoke detectorDocument No.: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

SIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALPage ixCOMPATIBLE BATTERIESThe following series of batteries are compatible with the 4100 FIP:(1)Power-Sonic PS12 series(2)Sonnenschien A200 series(3)Sonnenschien A300 seriesYuasa NP seriesDocument No: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

Page xSIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALSPECIFICATIONGENERALSystem Capacity1,000 points of addressable input / output devices orconventional zones.Cabinet Size(mm)Cabinet MaterialCabinet FinishCabinet ColourMountingDependent on system configuration1.5mm Mild grade steelPowder coatedMagnolia RippleWall mountMains InputInternal Power SupplyStandby BatteryBattery ChargerPSU SupervisionTemperatureHumidity240V AC, 6%,-10%, 50Hz24V DC @ 6.5A24V sealed lead acid up 110Ah27.6V DC (nominal) @ 3.5A,Charger high/low, Battery low/fail-5 C to 45 C10% to 90% RH non-condensing.EXPANSION MODULESMaximum Number119 modules4100 – 5002Conventional zone moduleEight zone circuits per moduleSupports standard 20V detectors plus normally opencontact devices4100 – 3003Eight CPU controlled auxiliary relays per moduleSPDT contacts rated for 3 amps @ 24VDC or 30VAC4100 – 0113RS-232 / 2120 Communications ModuleProvides two RS-232-C outputs for remote printers and/orCRTFive RS-232-C ports maximum per 4100 systemCan be configured for communication with a host 2120systemCan be configured as a Computer Port forcommunications to a remote system i.e. BMS or BASSystemsDocument No.: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

SIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALPage xiEXPANSION MODULES - Continued4100 – 60114120 Network Interface ModuleRS485 CommunicationsOptional Fiber Optics Media Card4100 – 0110MAPNET TrueALARM Addressable Loop ModuleUp to 127 MAPNET Addressable devices or TrueAlarmAnalog SensorsUp to 10 MAPNET Loop Cards per 4100 systemSupports MAPNET Short Circuit Line Isolator Modules4100 – 0304Remote Unit Interface ModuleProvides a supervised serial communications channel toremotely located distributed Miniplex Transponders andLCD AnnunciatorsUp to 32 distributed Miniplex Transponders and/or LCDAnnunciators per 4100 system4100 – 302424 Relay Input / Output Relay Motherboard24 CPU controlled relaysEach of the 24 relays can be individually configured aseither an input or an outputSPST contacts rated for 0.5 amps @ 24VDC or 30VAC4100 – 030164/64 LED / SWITCH ControllerInterfaces up to 64 LEDs and 64 switches to the mastercontroller for front panel annunciationINDICATORS and DISPLAYZone StatusLED Status IndicatorsAudible Buzzer2 line by 80 character backlight Liquid Crystal Displaywith adjustable contrast controlCommon Alarm, Fault and IsolateBell Isolated, ACF Isolated, Mains Power ONAlarm And Fault IndicationsKeypress feedbackKEYPAD CONTROLSOperator KeypadACKNOWLEDGE, SYSTEM RESET, ISOLATE,Service TechnicianKeypad20 keys including:- Alarm Test, Fault Test,Isolate, Battery Test and Lamp testDocument No: 4100-M00128 March 2006Issue 1.2

Page xiiSIMPLEX 4100 FIRE INDICATOR PANELOPERATOR MANUALSOFTWARE FEATURES* WALK TEST System Test* 4 Operator Access Levels* 600 Event Historical Logging* Zone selectable Alarm V

DCA-B-90R MK 1 Type C heat detector DFE-90D Type D heat detector DFG-60BLKJ Type B heat detector SPA-AB Beam type smoke detector SIH-AM Ionisation smoke detector SLK-A Photoelectric smoke detector SLG-AM MK 1 Photoelectric smoke detector HF-24A MK 1 Ultraviolet smoke detector YBC-R/3A Plain – non indicating base .

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