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    FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-8, FDOOT221, FDO241, FDO221, FDT241, FDT221 Automatic fire detectors Technical manual Building Technologies Fire Safety & Security Products...

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    Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. © 2006-2009 Copyright Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. We reserve all rights in this document and in the subject thereof. By acceptance of the document the recipient acknowledges these rights and undertakes not to publish the document nor the subject thereof in full or in part, nor to make them available to any third party without our...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Details for ordering ................17 S-LINE and C-LINE..................18 3.2.1 C-LINE ...................19 3.2.2 S-LINE ...................20 Detectors .......................22 3.3.1 Neural fire detector ................22 3.3.1.1 Variants of the FDOOT241-9 ........23 3.3.2 Wide-spectrum smoke detector .............24 3.3.3 Heat detector .................25 Function......................26 3.4.1 Parameter sets................26 3.4.2 Danger levels .................26 3.4.3...

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    3.6.17 EMC-protective cage FDBZ294 .............38 3.6.18 Micro terminal DBZ1190-AA ............38 3.6.19 Connection terminal DBZ1190-AB..........39 3.6.20 M20 x 1.5 metal cable gland ............39 Project engineering..................40 Compatibility ....................40 Ambient features ...................40 Parameter sets: Neural fire detector .............42 4.3.1 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x (sensor mode 0) ......42 4.3.1.1 Description..............42 4.3.1.2...

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    5.10 Detector heating FDBH291 ................65 5.10.1 Installation of the detector heating unit..........65 5.10.2 Connection of the detector heating unit.........66 5.11 Protective cages....................67 5.11.1 Installation of the protective cages ..........67 5.11.2 Grounding of the EMC-protective cage FDBZ294......67 5.12 Cable entry ....................68 5.12.1 Auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-AA/-AB ..........69 5.13 Detector lines ....................69...

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    Building Technologies 007004_k_en_-- Fire Safety & Security Products 16.04.2009...

  • Page 7: About This Document

    About this document About this document Goal and purpose This document contains information on automatic fire detectors. Consistent compliance with the instructions guarantees correct and safe use. Target groups The information in this document is intended for the following target groups: Target group Activity Qualification...

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    About this document Document identification Position Information Title page Product type Product designation Document type Last page, bottom left Document ID ID_ModificationIndex_Language_COUNTRY Edition date Last page, bottom right Manual Register Conventions for text marking Markups Special markups are shown in this document as follows: ⊳...

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    About this document Technical terms Term Explanation Alarm indicator Advanced Signal Analysis Detection algorithms C-LINE Fire detector for standard applications S-LINE Fire detector for sophisticated applications Product version FDnet Addressed detector line (field device net) Field Effect Transistor Limit value detection technology (collective) Light-emitting diode MC link Maintenance and Commissioning Link;...

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    About this document History of changes Document ID Edition date Brief description 007004_k_en_-- 04.2009 Sensitivities for FDOOT241-x with High Suppression now 2.3 and 8 %/m. Accessories with order no. Detector base FDB2x1-AA with 1 micro terminal. FDSB291 compatible with heat detector FDT2xx (as of ES ≥43).

  • Page 11: Safety

    Safety Safety Safety notices The safety notices must be observed in order to protect people and property. The safety notices in this document contain the following elements: Symbol for danger Signal word Nature and origin of the danger Consequences if the danger occurs Measures or prohibitions for danger avoidance Symbol for danger This is the symbol for danger.

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    Safety Signal word The signal word classifies the danger as defined in the following table: Signal word Danger level DANGER DANGER identifies a dangerous situation, which will result directly in death or serious injury if you do not avoid this situation.

  • Page 13: Safety Regulations For The Method Of Operation

    Safety regulations for the method of operation National standards, regulations and legislation Siemens products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant European and international safety standards. Should additional national or local safety standards or legislation concerning the planning, assembly, installation,...

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    Disregard of the safety regulations Before they are delivered, Siemens products are tested to ensure they function correctly when used properly. Siemens disclaims all liability for damage or injuries caused by the incorrect application of the instructions or the disregard of danger warnings contained in the documentation.

  • Page 15: Standards And Directives Complied With

    We are grateful for any suggestions for improvement. Standards and directives complied with A list of the standards and directives complied with is available from your Siemens contact. Building Technologies 007004_k_en_-- Fire Safety &...

  • Page 16: Structure And Function

    Smoke detector, FDnet wide spectrum ASA 3.1.1 Detectors with ASAtechnology (S-LINE) Neural fire detector Neural fire detector Wide-spectrum smoke Heat detector detector FDOOT241-9 FDOOT241-8 FDT241 FDO241 Can be used either Can be used either Can be used addressed on Can be used addressed on...

  • Page 17: Detector With Detection Algorithms (c-line)

    FDO221 Can be used addressed on the FDnet Selectable detection behavior thanks to different DA parameter sets 3.1.3 Details for ordering Type Order no. Designation FDOOT241-9 A5Q00004813 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-8 A5Q00004663 Neural fire detector FDO241 A5Q00004811 Wide-spectrum smoke detector...

  • Page 18: S-line And C-line

    Structure and function S-LINE and C-LINE Regarding the detectors, there are two product lines: S-LINE and C-LINE. They differ regarding the different detector variants and functionalities in both the detectors and control panels. The application range of the S-LINE detectors is wider than that of the C-LINE detectors.

  • Page 19: C-line

    Structure and function 3.2.1 C-LINE The C-LINE detectors are characterized by a very high detection reliability combined with a high immunity to deceptive phenomena. The detectors have two parameter sets, by means of which they can be adapted to the conditions prevailing at the installation location.

  • Page 20: S-line

    Structure and function 3.2.2 S-LINE Properties In contrast to the C-LINE detectors, S-LINE detectors have the following features: Dynamic influence on the parameter sets Pattern recognition Real time interpretation of the situation Process- and time-controlled switchover of the parameter sets Signal processing of the S-LINE detectors is based on ASAtechnology (ASA = Advanced Signal Analysis).

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    Structure and function Algorithms In comparison to the detection algorithms (DA), the individual parameters of the selected parameter set can be adapted with ASAtechnology. A real time interpretation of the situation leads to a dynamic influence on the algorithm. This results in a broadening of the application range of the parameter set and thus of the detector.

  • Page 22: Detectors

    Neural fire detector The neural fire detector is a multiple criteria fire detector and is equipped with two optical and two thermal sensors. The following neural fire detectors are available: FDOOT241-9 FDOOT241-8 FDOOT221 The following table shows the most important differences between the neural fire detectors.

  • Page 23: Variants Of The Fdoot241-9

    3.3.1.1 Variants of the FDOOT241-9 The neural fire detector FDOOT241-9 is available in three different variants A, B and C. The compatibility differs depending on the variant. The following table provides an overview of the compatibility of the different variants. Refer to document 008331 'List of compatibility' for compatibility details.

  • Page 24: Wide-spectrum Smoke Detector

    Structure and function The following figure shows how the different variants are marked (to the left: Variant B; to the right: Variants A and C). 3.3.2 Wide-spectrum smoke detector The wide-spectrum smoke detector is an optical smoke detector with an optical sensor.

  • Page 25: Heat Detector

    Structure and function 3.3.3 Heat detector The heat detector is a pure heat detector with two thermal sensors. The following heat detectors are available: FDT241 FDT221 The following table indicates the most important differences between the two heat detectors. Parameters FDT241 FDT221 Signal processing...

  • Page 26: Function

    Structure and function Function 3.4.1 Parameter sets The parameter sets influence the detection behavior of the detectors and specifically set them to the expected fire phenomena and ambient influences in the environment to be monitored. All parameter sets are programmed in the detectors. During commissioning, the optimum parameter set must be selected for the conditions at the place of installation.

  • Page 27: Diagnosis Levels

    Structure and function 3.4.3 Diagnosis levels For the most part, the detector monitors its function by itself. The signals of all sensors are permanently monitored. In particular, the temperature sensors, light emitters, and light receivers are monitored to ensure that they are functioning correctly.

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    Structure and function Information displayed on the Meaning Measures detector exchanger and tester 'No deviation' Normal, no fault is present None The detector is fully functional 'maybe excha.' Observe information Check cause during periodic maintenance The detector is fully functional FDOOT: Slightly soiled –...

  • Page 29: Line Separator

    3.4.5 Automatic recognition of the detector line protocol The two multiple protocol detectors FDOOT241-9 and -8 may communicate via different detector line protocols. These detectors recognize the protocol on the detector line (e.g. FDnet or collective) and automatically switch to the protocol in question.

  • Page 30: Renovation Mode

    Structure and function 3.4.8 Renovation mode Renovation mode should be selected when work that generates a lot of dust or aerosols is being performed in the room. In renovation mode, the neural fire detector and the heat detector only trigger alarm when the temperature exceeds 80 °C for 20 seconds.

  • Page 31: Interface To Service Devices

    Structure and function 3.4.11 Interface to service devices All point detectors have a non-contact interface to the detector exchanger and tester FDUD29x (service device for commissioning and maintenance). The detector exchanger and tester communicates with the detector via this interface (MC link).

  • Page 32: Mechanical Setup

    Structure and function Mechanical setup To install a point detector, a detector base is always required. After mounting the detector base the point detector is simply screwed into the base by hand with the detector exchanger or with the detector exchanger and tester. Properties Quick installation and reliable contact due to screwless terminals Insertion of the insulated wires without any tools...

  • Page 33: Options

    Structure and function Options 3.6.1 Detector base FDB221/FDB221-AA For the installation of point detectors and alarm sounders For the recess-mounted cable entry For the surface-mounted cable entry, up to 6 mm cable diameter Addressed Orange terminal block Detector base FDB221-AA additionally with a micro terminal Compatible with: Point detector...

  • Page 34: Detector Base Fdb222

    Structure and function 3.6.3 Detector base FDB222 For the installation of point detectors and alarm sounders For the recess-mounted cable entry Directly attached to the mounting surface Addressed Orange terminal block Compatible with: Point detector – Alarm sounder FDS221 – Alarm sounder with beacon FDS229 –...

  • Page 35: Sounder Base Fdsb292

    Gray terminal block With two micro terminals For the recess-mounted cable entry For the surface-mounted cable entry, up to 6 mm cable diameter Compatible with: Neural fire detector FDOOT241-9 – For details, see document 009769 Order no.: A5Q00013755 3.6.7 Base attachment FDB291...

  • Page 36: Base Adapter Fdb281

    Structure and function 3.6.9 Base adapter FDB281 For adapting MS8 to Sinteso detector systems With fitted detector base FDB221 Compatible with: MS8 detector base – Neural fire detector FDOOT2419-8 – Order no.: A5Q00004929 See also Base adapter FDB281 [ 3.6.10 Detector heating unit FDBH291 For applications where there is danger of moisture condensation or icing...

  • Page 37: Designation Plate Dbz1193a

    Structure and function 3.6.12 Designation plate DBZ1193A To identify the location Compatible with: Base attachment humid FDB293 – Order no.: BPZ:4864330001 See also Designation plate DBZ1193A [ 3.6.13 Detector locking device FDBZ293 For protection against theft Compatible with: Point detector –...

  • Page 38: Protective Cage Dbz1194

    Structure and function 3.6.16 Protective cage DBZ1194 To protect the devices against mechanical damage Compatible with: Base attachment humid FDB293 – Order no.: BPZ:4677110001 See also Protective cages [ 3.6.17 EMC-protective cage FDBZ294 To protect the devices against mechanical damage and electromagnetic fields Must be connected with earth connection Compatible with:...

  • Page 39: Connection Terminal Dbz1190-ab

    Structure and function 3.6.19 Connection terminal DBZ1190-AB For connecting cables For T-branches of additional cabling for detector heating units, sounder base, external alarm indicators, etc. For wire diameters of 1 … 0.10 in 3-pin Order no.: BPZ:4942340001 See also Auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-AA/-AB [ 3.6.20 M20 x 1.5 metal cable gland For introducing a cable into a housing...

  • Page 40: Project Engineering

    All detectors can be operated on the FDnet detector line. The neural fire detector FDOOT241-9 may also be operated on a collective detector line and the FDOOT241-8 may be operated on an MS8 detector line (for details, please refer to document 008331).

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    Project engineering Deceptive phenomena Deceptive phenomena can deceive a fire detector and bring about a false alarm. Depending on the fire detector in question, the deceptive phenomena may be e.g. vapor, cigarette smoke, dust, dry ice in discotheques, exhaust fumes, aerosols occurring during welding or heat sources such as radiant heaters or hot engines.

  • Page 42: Parameter Sets: Neural Fire Detector

    Project engineering Parameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.1 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x (sensor mode 0) 4.3.1.1 Description (Parameter set numbers in brackets) High Suppression (8): To cover applications with permanent, optical deceptive phenomena (dry ice in discotheques, welding), this parameter set only reacts when a temperature rise of approx.

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    Project engineering Sensitive (0): This parameter set is only available with the FDOOT241-8 in MS8 operation. It has been specially developed for the migration of ionization detectors to MS8 control panels. Regarding sensitivity and response time, the FDOOT2418 with the 'Sensitive' parameter set reacts in a similar way to an MS8 ionization detector.

  • Page 44: Application

    Project engineering 4.3.1.2 Application No. Name Risk of injury to Concentration Room Deceptive Risk of fire Critical fire size persons of valuable geometry phenomena items small … low… simple… few… small … small … large high complex many large medium High Suppression Suppression...

  • Page 45: Specification

    Project engineering 4.3.1.3 Specification The following table shows the characteristics and application fields of the parameter sets of the neural fire detectors FDOOT241-9 and FDOOT241-8. Name Optical Thermal Typ. response Sensitivity, Sensitivity, Static Differential Differential time open fire smoldering fire...

  • Page 46: Neural Fire Detector Fdoot241-x (sensor Mode 1, 'heat Detector')46

    Project engineering 4.3.2 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x (sensor mode 1, 'Heat detector') This sensor mode is especially suited for applications where the detector should only react thermally. Name at ES <30 Name at ES ≥ 30 = Delivery status; only selectable in collective operation and MS8 operation. All parameter sets meet the criteria of standard EN 54-5.

  • Page 47: Neural Fire Detector Fdoot241-x (sensor Mode 2, 'smoke Detector')

    Project engineering 4.3.3 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x (sensor mode 2, 'Smoke detector') This mode should be selected when fast temperature changes may occur which are not caused by fire (e.g. radiant heaters, hot engines). In this sensor mode the detector only reacts optically; this is comparable with a wide-spectrum smoke detector.

  • Page 48: Neural Fire Detector Fdoot221

    Project engineering 4.3.4 Neural fire detector FDOOT221 4.3.4.1 Description Standard (2): The priority of the 'Standard' parameter set is set to robust response. It is thus particularly suited for us in rooms where deceptive phenomena such as cigarette smoke or dust can be expected. Standard Plus (4): This parameter set is fast and highly sensitive.

  • Page 49: Parameter Sets: Wide-spectrum Smoke Detector

    Project engineering Parameter sets: Wide-spectrum smoke detector 4.4.1 Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO241 4.4.1.1 Description Robust (2): The priority of the 'Robust' parameter set is to a robust response. It is thus particularly suited for the application in rooms where deceptive phenomena such as cigarette smoke can be expected.

  • Page 50: Specifications

    Project engineering 4.4.1.3 Specifications Name Response time [s] Sensitivity [%/m] Robust Universal Sensitive Application-specific parameter sets All parameter sets meet the standard EN 54-7. Building Technologies 007004_k_en_-- Fire Safety & Security Products 16.04.2009...

  • Page 51: Wide-spectrum Smoke Detector Fdo221

    Project engineering 4.4.2 Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO221 4.4.2.1 Description Standard (2): The priority of the 'Standard' parameter set is set to robust response. It is thus particularly suited to application in rooms where few deceptive phenomena such as cigarette smoke can be expected. Standard Plus (3): This parameter set is both fast and sensitive.

  • Page 52: Parameter Sets: Heat Detector

    Project engineering Parameter sets: Heat detector 4.5.1 Heat detector FDT241 4.5.1.1 Description The heat detector FDT241 has the following parameter sets: A1R (1) BR (2) A1S (3) BS (4) Download 1 (14) / Download 2 (15) Application-specific parameter sets that can be loaded on site (depending on the control panel).

  • Page 53: Specifications

    Project engineering 4.5.1.2 Specifications Name Operating temperature Static activation Differential activation Differential activation typ. / max. temperature temperature possible from: [°C] [°C] ∆T [K] [°C] 25 / 50 60℃ rate of rise 40 / 65 80 ℃ rate of rise 25 / 50 –...

  • Page 54: Heat Detector Fdt221

    Project engineering 4.5.2 Heat detector FDT221 4.5.2.1 Description The heat detector FDT221 has the following parameter sets: A1R (1) BR (2) See also Description [ 4.5.2.2 Specifications Name Operating temperature Static activation Differential activation Differential activation typ. / max. temperature temperature possible from: [°C]...

  • Page 55: Default Settings

    Sensor mode 0 (neural fire detector) High Compensation Sensor mode 1 (heat detector) Sensor mode 2 (smoke detector) Universal FDOOT241-9 in collective operation: Sensor mode 0 (neural fire detector) ES <13 = Insensitive / ES ≥13 = High Compensation Sensor mode 1 (heat detector)

  • Page 56: Application Examples

    Project engineering Application examples Application recommendations such as the selection of the detector type and its settings for the various applications are described in document 010030 'Fire detector application guideline'. The following table includes examples regarding the selection of the detector and the parameter set.

  • Page 57: Mounting / Installation

    Mounting / Installation Mounting / Installation Required space Upon insertion of the detector, the detector base is stressed by compression, tension and torsion. The fixing must thus be designed accordingly. Detector bases must be placed flat on the ceiling. Avoid mounting on steps, concrete ribs, etc. Mount the detector base directly on the recessed box, or together with a base attachment, when the feeding main is surface-mounted and the cable diameter is more than 6 mm.

  • Page 58: Detector Base Fdb201/221

    Mounting / Installation Detector base FDB201/221 The cables are routed surface-mounted (up to cable diameter 6 mm) or recess- mounted through detector base FDB201/221 or FDB201/221-AA. The cables must be placed flat on the bottom of the detector base so that they do not hamper detector insertion.

  • Page 59: Detector Base Fdb202/222

    Mounting / Installation Detector base FDB202/222 The cables are routed recess-mounted through detector base FDB202/222. The cables must be placed flat on the bottom of the detector base so that they do not hamper detector insertion. FDB202/FDB222 min. 46 max. 79 max.

  • Page 60: Base Attachment Fdb291

    Mounting / Installation Base attachment FDB291 When the cable diameter is more than 6 mm, the base attachment FDB291 must be used. The required cable entries must be broken out on the base attachment FDB291. max. Ø 21mm max. 90 min.

  • Page 61: Base Attachment Humid Fdb293

    Mounting / Installation Base attachment humid FDB293 For installation in wet rooms, the base attachment humid FDB293 is used. To seal the cables, especially tight cable glands are used. FDB293 max. Ø FDB2x1 FDB2x1-AA FDB2x2 max. Ø Installation of detector base on base attachment humid FDB293 1 Base attachment humid 2 Detector base Building Technologies...

  • Page 62: Base Adapter Fdb281

    Mounting / Installation Base adapter FDB281 For the adaptation of MS8 bases on the FDnet the base adapter FDB281 is required. The base adapter is screwed into the MS8 base. FDB281 FDOOT241-8 Installation of base adapter FDB281 on MS8 detector base 1 MS8 detector base 3 Neural fire detector 2 Base adapter...

  • Page 63: Detector Locking Device Fdbz293

    Mounting / Installation Detector locking device FDBZ293 The detector can be protected against theft with the detector locking device FDBZ293. Installation of detector locking device FDBZ293 A Detector base C Detector locking device B Detector 1. Place the grub screw with a hexagon socket screw in the detector. 2.

  • Page 64: Designation Plate Fdbz291

    Mounting / Installation Designation plate FDBZ291 To provide the detector with a location address, the address is inscribed on the designation plate FDBZ291 and placed on the detector base or base attachment. Installation of designation plate FDBZ291 1 Designation plate FDBZ291 3 Identification 2 Base attachment FDB291 4 Detector base...

  • Page 65: Detector Heating Fdbh291

    Mounting / Installation 5.10 Detector heating FDBH291 5.10.1 Installation of the detector heating unit When the detector is exposed to icing or moisture condensation (e.g. in cooling rooms, attics, loading ramps) the detector heating unit FDBH291 is installed in the base.

  • Page 66: Connection Of The Detector Heating Unit

    Mounting / Installation 5.10.2 Connection of the detector heating unit Connect the cables for the monitored supply from the control panel and the detector heating unit to the supplied micro terminals DBZ1190-AA. The cables can be placed in the same cable harness as the detector line or separately.

  • Page 67: Protective Cages

    Mounting / Installation 5.11 Protective cages Protective cage DBZ1194 protects the detector against mechanical damage. EMC-protective cage FDBZ294 protects the detector against mechanical damage and electromagnetic fields. 5.11.1 Installation of the protective cages The protective cages can only be installed on the base attachment humid FDB293. Installation of the protective cages 1 Base attachment humid 4 Flat plug 6.3 x 0.8 mm...

  • Page 68: Cable Entry

    Mounting / Installation 5.12 Cable entry The detector bases include a spring clip (admissible wire/strand cross-section 0.28... 1.5 mm ). Only one wire is allowed to be connected per terminal. This is the only way in which a faultless connection can be guaranteed. 30°...

  • Page 69: Auxiliary Terminals Dbz1190-aa/-ab

    Mounting / Installation 5.12.1 Auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-AA/-AB Corresponding auxiliary terminals are available for multiple connections. DBZ1190-AB Connection terminal 1... 2.5 mm DBZ1190-AA Micro terminal 0.28... 0.5 mm DBZ1190-AB FDB2x1 FDB2x1-AA FDB2x2 DBZ1190-AA Installation of auxiliary terminals in detector base 1 Connection terminals 3 Micro terminals 2 Detector base 5.13...

  • Page 70: Connection Diagram (addressed)

    Mounting / Installation 5.13.1 Connection diagram (addressed) General Loop lines and stub lines as well as T-branches are possible. Note document 001508 for installation (calculation of the capacity layer)! External alarm indicators may only be connected to one detector. Permissible cables for detectors with more than one external alarm indicator according to the collective connection diagram may be migrated to FDnet without any changes.

  • Page 71: Use Of Shielded Cables

    Mounting / Installation 5.13.1.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the FDnet line must be connected through in the detector base with auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. If a shielded cable is used, there are two possible ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for addressed detector line with and without external alarm indicators...

  • Page 72

    Mounting / Installation Variant A: 1. Connect the positive pole of the alarm indicator to the positive pole for the alarm indicator on the detector. 2. Connect the negative pole of the alarm indicator to the negative pole for the alarm indicator on the detector.

  • Page 73: Connection Diagram (collective)

    ‒ No sounder base is used ‒ The detectors must have the part number and product version (ES) in question (see table) Part number Product version (ES) External alarm indicator connected to FDOOT241-9 FDOOT241-9 several collective detectors A5Q00004813 < 13 not admissible A5Q00004813 ≥...

  • Page 74: Use Of Unshielded Cables

    Mounting / Installation 5.13.2.1 Use of unshielded cables Guideline The connection is established from base to base using twisted or non-twisted wire pairs. LINE Connection diagram for collective detector line with and without external alarm indicators (without shielded cables) 1 Control panel 3 External alarm indicator DJ119x 2 Detector base FDB201/FDB201-AA, 4 End-of-line depending on control...

  • Page 75: Use Of Shielded Cables

    Mounting / Installation 5.13.2.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the collective line must be connected through in the detector base with auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. If a shielded cable is used, there are two possible ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for collective detector line with and without external alarm indicators...

  • Page 76: Connection Diagram (ms8)

    Mounting / Installation Variant B: 1. Connect the positive pole of the external alarm indicator to the positive pole for the alarm indicator on the detector. 2. Leave the negative pole for the alarm indicator on the detector unoccupied. 3. Connect the negative pole of the external alarm indicator with the negative terminal on the input side of the collective line on the detector via an auxiliary terminal DBZ1190-xx.

  • Page 77: Use Of Shielded Cables

    Mounting / Installation 5.13.3.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the MS8 line must be connected through in the base adapter auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. If a shielded cable is used, there are two possible ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for MS8 detector line with and without external alarm indicators (with shielded cables)

  • Page 78: Detector Dust Cap Fdz291

    Mounting / Installation 5.14 Detector dust cap FDZ291 During the construction phase the detector may be covered with a detector dust cap FDZ291 to protect it from dust and dirt. FDZ291 Installation / removal of detector dust cap FDZ291 1 Detector 3 Remove the detector dust cap either manually by turning it to the right, or by using a detector exchanger and...

  • Page 79: Commissioning

    Commissioning Commissioning Commissioning on FDnet The control panel is used to commission the detectors. The exact procedure is described in the control panel documentation. Commissioning on collective or MS8 detector line The commissioning of the collective detector line is performed on the control panel. The exact procedure is described in the control panel documentation.

  • Page 80: Maintenance / Repair

    Maintenance / repair Maintenance / repair Status polling with the detector exchanger and tester All detectors have an interface to the detector exchanger and tester. With this interface, proximity data exchange is possible between the detector and the detector exchanger and tester FDUD29x. Depending on the authorization level of the user and the control panel type, the following actions can be performed: Device test (Go / No Go or detailed by status polling) Activation of a test alarm...

  • Page 81: Testing Detectors

    The following table shows which detectors may be tested with which test aids. Detector Detector Test gas Hot air fan exchanger and tester FDOOT241-9/-8 (sensor mode 0) FDOOT241-9/-8 (sensor mode 1) – FDOOT241-9/-8 (sensor mode 2) – FDOOT221 FDO2x1 –...

  • Page 82: Testing Detectors With Detector Exchanger And Tester

    Maintenance / repair 7.3.1 Testing detectors with detector exchanger and tester Testing detectors on a collective or addressed (FDnet, MS8) line is easiest with the detector exchanger and tester FDUD29x. With the detector exchanger and tester, the detectors can also be tested in operating mode without any problems. A detector can also be switched to test mode with the detector exchanger and tester.

  • Page 83: Specifications

    Base attachment FDB291 with base IP43 FDB201/FDB221/ FDB202/FDB222 Base attachment humid FDB293 with base FDB201/FDB221/ FDB202/FDB222: FDOOT241-8 IP54 – FDOOT241-9 IP44 – Sounder base FDSB29x IP43 Electromagnetic compatibility: 1 MHz … 2 GHz 50 V/m Permissible wind speed: FDOOT221 Max. 5 m/s FDOOT241-x Max.

  • Page 84

    G204006 FDOOT241-9 G204007 FDOOT241-8 G204133 FM approvals: FDOOT221 3029351 FDOOT241-9 3029351 FDOOT241-8 3029351 Certificates: FDOOT221 0786-CPD-20006 FDOOT241-9 0786-CPD-20007 0786-CPD-20010 FDOOT241-8 0786-CPD-20008 0786-CPD-20009 CE conformity mark QA Standards Siemens Standard SN 36350 Building Technologies 007004_k_en_-- Fire Safety & Security Products 16.04.2009...

  • Page 85: Detector Lines

    Specifications 8.1.2 Detector lines FDnet Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) 12 … 33 V DC Operating current (quiescent) Typ. 230 μA Maximum current connection factor Quiescent current connection factor Address connection factor Separator connection factor Protocol FDnet Compatibility See document 008331 'List of compatibility' Line separator Line voltage:...

  • Page 86

    Specifications Collective detector line (FDOOT241-9) Detector line Operating voltage 14 ... 28 V DC Maximum current connection factor 1.25 … 2 (depending on the parameter set and ES) Quiescent current at: Maximum current connection factor = 80 … 120 μA...

  • Page 87

    Specifications Collective maximum current connection factor / Alarm verification (FDOOT241-9) The default parameter set (parameter set 0) is set in all fire detectors when delivered. Use as Parameter Parameter set name Maximum Maximum Alarm verification on Alarm verification on set no.

  • Page 88

    Specifications MS8/PMT detector line (FDOOT241-8) Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) 14 … 28 V DC Operating current (quiescent) 200 μA Maximum current connection factor Protocol MS8/PMT Compatibility See document 008331 'List of compatibility' External alarm indicators Number of external alarm indicators that can be connected: With ES <...

  • Page 89: Technical Data Fdo221, Fdo241

    Specifications Technical data FDO221, FDO241 Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) 12 … 33 V DC Operating current (quiescent) Typ. 220 μA Maximum current connection factor Quiescent current connection factor Address connection factor Separator connection factor Protocol FDnet Compatibility See document 008331 'List of compatibility' Line separator Line voltage:...

  • Page 90

    VdS approvals: FDO221 G204018 FDO241 G204017 LPCB approvals: FDO221 126ab/02 FDO241 126ab/01 FM approvals: FDO221 3029351 FDO241 3029351 Certificates: FDO221 0786-CPD-20001 FDO241 0786-CPD-20002 CE conformity mark QA Standards Siemens Standard SN 36350 Building Technologies 007004_k_en_-- Fire Safety & Security Products 16.04.2009...

  • Page 91: Technical Data Fdt221, Fdt241

    Specifications Technical data FDT221, FDT241 Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) 12 … 33 V DC Operating current (quiescent) Typ. 165 μA Maximum current connection factor Quiescent current connection factor Address connection factor Separator connection factor Protocol FDnet Compatibility See document 008331 'List of compatibility' Line separator Line voltage:...

  • Page 92

    VdS approvals: FDT221 G204020 FDT241 G204019 LPCB approvals: FDT221 126aa/02 FDT241 126aa/01 FM approvals: FDT221 3029351 FDT241 3029351 Certificates: FDT221 0786-CPD-20003 FDT241 0786-CPD-20004 CE conformity mark QA Standards Siemens Standard SN 36350 Building Technologies 007004_k_en_-- Fire Safety & Security Products 16.04.2009...

  • Page 93: Dimensions

    Specifications Dimensions FDB201/FDB201-AA FDB202/FDB222 FDB221/FDB221-AA Dimensions with detector bases at distance or directly attached 1 Suitable for surface-mounted cables 3 Detector base directly attached to the up to Ø 6 mm. mounting surface 2 Detector base at a distance Environmental compatibility Environmentally friendly detector-testing without gas Recyclable materials Electronic parts and synthetic materials can be easily separated...

  • Page 94: Index

    Neural fire detector, 22 Default parameter set 0 FDOOT241-9 Delivery, 56 Neural fire detector, 22 Degraded mode operation FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-8, FDO241, FDT241 Failure of fire control panel, 31 S-LINE, 16 Delivery FDT221 Default parameter set 0, 56 Heat detector, 26...

  • Page 95

    Renovation mode, 31 Danger level, 27 MC-Link S-LINE Interface, 32 ASAtechnology, 20 FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-8, FDO241, FDT241, Neural fire detector Multi-sensor smoke detector, neural DA or ASA, Status polling Detector exchanger and tester, 81 Neural fire detectors Surface-mounted or recess-mounted feed line...

  • Page 96

    Issued by © 2006-2009 Copyright Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Industry Sector Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41-724 24 24 Fax +41 41-724 35 22 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies...

This manual also for:

Fdoot221, Fdoot241-8, Fdo241, Fdo221, Fdt241, Fdt221

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