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Ecc-50/100 And Ecc-loc Operating Instructions - Honeywell ECC-50/100 Instruction Manual

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ECC-50/100 and ECC-LOC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Section 1 Operating Information
N
S
O
ORMAL
TANDBY
PERATION
1. Green AC P
indicator lit steadily.
OWER
2. Yellow T
indicators off.
ROUBLE
3. Green speaker zone indicators off.
A
C
.
LARM
ONDITION
1. Green speaker zone indicator(s) lit steadily.
2. Green S
U
indicator lit steadily.
YSTEM IN
SE
3. Audio message plays.
4. Green F
S
A
indicator lit steadily (when FACP is in alarm).
IRE
YSTEM
CTIVE
5. Green MNS C
indicator lit steadily and relay activated (for mass
ONTROL
notification events).
After locating and correcting a fire alarm condition at the
A
R
.
LARM
ESET
FACP, the system will return to Normal Standby Operation. After correcting a
mass notification event, press the MNS C
and return to Normal Standby Operation.
Activation of trouble signal under normal operation
T
C
.
ROUBLE
ONDITION
indicates a condition that requires immediate attention. Contact your local
service representative. Silence the audible signal by pressing the T
S
switch. The trouble indicator will remain illuminated.
ILENCE
Section 2 Paging and Manual Message Control
1. Press the S
C
button if the green LED is not lit.
YSTEM
ONTROL
2. Press either the A
C
button or individual speaker zone buttons. This
LL
ALL
will override the evacuation tone/message if panel is in alarm and activate
desired speaker circuits.
3. Once the OK TO PAGE lights green, broadcast:
•By paging: Key the microphone by pressing the push-to-talk switch on side
of microphone and speak clearly into the microphone.
•By prerecorded message: Press the desired message button.
4. Press the A
C
switch (or individual speaker zone buttons) to end
LL
ALL
broadcast and continue evacuation tone/message.
5. Press the S
C
button to relinquish control of the audio
YSTEM
ONTROL
system.
Section 3 Switch Functions
Activates all speaker circuits for broadcast.
A
C
.
LL
ALL
(for systems configured for mass notification operation
MNS C
ONTROL
which has higher priority)
Activates the MNS Active Relay and the onboard
.
NAC. A second press turns these back off. For a combination fire and mass
notification system, pressing MNS C
audible FACP NACs and audio system speakers, allowing the system to
override the system. Pressing MNS C
activate audible FACP NACs and audio system speakers.
Manually gains control of the audio system in preparation
S
C
.
YSTEM
ONTROL
for an ALL CALL, message activation, or general page. The green LED will turn on
steadily to confirm control. A second press is required after paging to relinquish
control of the system. The main console will have system priority based upon user
programming. In order for the LOC to gain control, the ECC must first relinquish
control of the system.
Manually activates or deactivates speaker zones
S
S
1-24.
PEAKER
ELECT
(circuits).
Manually activates or deactivates stored
M
S
1-8.
ESSAGE
ELECT
messages. 8th button becomes a "shift" for messages 9-14.
selects a specific remote amplifier to examine
D
S
.
IAGNOSTIC
ELECT
specific trouble conditions for the remote amplifiers. The fault LEDs with
wrench graphics represent the amplifier selected.
Manually silences the local trouble sounder.
T
S
.
ROUBLE
ILENCE
Tests the local LEDs and sounder.
C
L
T
.
ONSOLE
AMP
EST
Section 4 LED Indicators
Green LED that turns on steady when the FACP is
F
S
A
.
IRE
YSTEM
CTIVE
in alarm.
Green LED that turns on steady when an operator has
MNS C
.
ONTROL
initiated a mass notification event by pressing the MNS Control button or by
pressing an MNS message button.
Green LED that turns on steady when the main
S
C
.
YSTEM
ONTROL
console has control of the audio system.
.
button to clear the system
ONTROL
ROUBLE
will result in the shutdown of
ONTROL
again causes the FACP to re-
ONTROL
This sheet must be framed and mounted adjacent to the control panel.
Document LS10039-000FL-E Rev A ECN 13-186 4/9/2013
Green LED text that turns on steady when the main
S
U
.
YSTEM IN
SE
console, an LOC, an RPU, or an RM has control of the audio system.
Green LED per speaker circuit button that turns
S
Z
1-24.
PEAKER
ONES
on steady when a speaker circuit has been selected and is active. Yellow LED
per speaker circuit button that turns on steady when a speaker circuit fault
exists or when the speaker circuit has been turned off after having been
automatically turned on by the FACP.
Green LED text that turns on steady when the system is
OK
P
.
TO
AGE
ready for paging.
Yellow LED text that turns on steady to indicate
M
T
.
ICROPHONE
ROUBLE
a microphone wiring fault.
Red LED per message button that turns on steady when
M
1-8.
ESSAGES
the message has been selected and blinks when the message has been
overridden. Yellow LED per message button that turns on steady when no
message has been recorded or there is an associated command input fault. All
eight message button LEDs will turn on steady to indicate a message generator
fault. 8th button "shift" key red off when viewing messages 1-7 and on steady
when viewing messages 8-14. Yellow LED will turn on indicating a message
trouble in the group of messages not currently being viewed.
R
A
1-8 F
EMOTE
MPLIFIERS
AULT
turns on steady when an amplifier has a fault.
Yellow LED per remote console that turns on
LOC/RPU/RM 1-8 F
.
AULT
steady when a remote console has a fault. Green LED per remote console that
turns on steady when a remote console is active.
Yellow LED that turns on steady when the main
M
C
F
.
AIN
ONSOLE
AULT
(or primary operator) console has a fault.
Green LED that turns on steady when AC power is present.
AC P
.
OWER
Yellow LED that turns on steady when a ground fault
G
F
.
ROUND
AULT
exists in the system.
Yellow LED turns on steady when the battery charger
C
F
.
HARGER
AULT
voltage is too high or low.
Yellow LED turns on steady when battery voltage is too
B
F
.
ATTERY
AULT
low.
Yellow LED that turns on steady when the main and
D
B
F
.
ATA
US
AULT
remote console(s) cannot communicate.
Yellow LED that turns on steady when the onboard NAC
NAC F
.
AULT
wiring is open or short-circuited.
Green LED that turns on steady when the NAC output is on.
NAC A
.
CTIVE
Yellow LED that turns on steady when any fault exists
S
T
.
YSTEM
ROUBLE
in the system.
Yellow LED that turns on steady when the audio
A
R
F
.
UDIO
ISER
AULT
riser wiring is open or short-circuited.
Section 5 Periodic Testing and Maintenance
To ensure proper and reliable operation, system inspection and testing should
be scheduled monthly, or as required by NFPA 72 or local fire codes. A
qualified Service Representative should perform testing.
Notify fire department and/or central alarm receiving
B
T
:
EFORE
ESTING
station if alarm condition is transmitted. Notify facility personnel of the test so
alarm sounding devices are ignored during the test period.
Notify all fire, central station, and/or building personnel
A
T
:
FTER
ESTING
when testing is complete.
In the event of trouble, contact the local
Fire-Lite Service Representative.
Name: __________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________
Telephone Number: _______________________________________
Yellow LED per remote amplifier that
.

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