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Fire Alarm Control Panel
NFS2-3030
Programming Manual
K1
Document 52545
03/20/2012
Rev:
P/N 52545:K1
ECN 12-0424

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  • Page 1 Fire Alarm Control Panel NFS2-3030 Programming Manual Document 52545 03/20/2012 Rev: P/N 52545:K1 ECN 12-0424...
  • Page 2  warning of fires caused by arson, children playing with matches (especially in bedrooms), smoking in bed, and violent explosions (caused by escaping gas, improper storage of Limit-C1-2-2007 flammable materials, etc.). NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 3: Installation Precautions

    HARSH™, NIS™, and NOTI•FIRE•NET™ are all trademarks; and Acclimate® Plus, FlashScan®, NION®, NOTIFIER®, ONYX®, ONYXWorks®, UniNet®, VeriFire®, and VIEW® are all registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. Echelon® is a registered trademark and LonWorks™ is a trademark of Echelon Corporation. ARCNET® is a registered trademark of Datapoint Corporation. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
  • Page 4 •Brief description of content you think should be improved or corrected •Your suggestion for how to correct/improve documentation Send email messages to: FireSystems.TechPubs@honeywell.com Please note this email address is for documentation feedback only. If you have any technical issues, please contact Technical Services. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    3.4.7: Annunciator Board Label ........................63 3.4.8: Audio Point Programming.........................63 3.5: Delete Program ............................65 3.6: Autoprogram Menu .............................66 3.6.1: To Create a New Program .........................66 3.6.2: To Add/Delete Devices from the Program ..................66 3.6.3: Confirmation Screens ........................67 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 6 C.2.1: What is Drill Mode?........................119 Appendix D: Intelligent Sensing Applications ..............120 D.1: Intelligent Sensing Overview........................120 D.2: Intelligent Sensing Features ........................120 D.2.1: Drift Compensation and Smoothing ....................120 D.2.2: Maintenance Warnings – Three Levels ..................121 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 7 I.3: Australia ..............................150 I.4: China ................................151 Appendix J: Network Display Mode ..................152 J.1: Limitations ..............................152 J.2: Event and Drill Mapping..........................152 J.3: Panel Control Functions ..........................152 J.3.1: Print Functions ..........................152 Glossary..........................153 Index............................156 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 8: Section 1: General Information

    These products may only be used in retrofit applications. Operation of the NFS2-3030 with products not tested for UL 864 9th Edition has not been evaluated and may not comply with NFPA 72 and/or UL 864. These applications will require the approval of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
  • Page 9: Related Documents

    1.3 Related Documents The table below provides a list of document sources (manuals) containing additional information regarding the NFS2-3030 and optional peripherals. The NOTIFIER document (DOC-NOT) chart provides the current document revision. A copy of this document is included in every NOTIFIER shipment.
  • Page 10 XP6-C Supervised Control Module Installation Document I56-1805 XP6-MA Six Zone Interface Module Installation Document I56-1806 XP6-R Six Relay Control Module Installation Document I56-1804 XPIQ Audio Transponder Manual 51013 Table 1.1 Related Documents (2 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 11: Introduction To The Control Panel

    System Reset, and LAMP TEST. These buttons are mainly for installer use: the operator should utilize a remote annunciator for these functions, if possible. The status indicator LEDs on the circuit board are the same as on the display/keypad; refer to the NFS2-3030 Operating Manual for LED descriptions.
  • Page 12: Basic Procedure

    To ensure security, passwords should be entered at this time to replace the factory default settings. 1.7.1 Password Change The NFS2-3030 has two password levels; master and user. There is one master password, which grants access to all system programming. There are nine user passwords, each of which may be assigned access to the programming change menus, the alter status menus, or both.
  • Page 13 R E - E N T E R P A S S W O R D * * * * * * * * B A C K Figure 1.2 Change Master Password Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 14 However, if the password has been forgotten, record the code and contact NOTIFIER. After proper authentication, the master password can be determined by deciphering the code. An example of the message that would appear on the display follows: INVALID PASSWORD: 9066-21FS-7D78-5FA4-6163 Code NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 15: Section 2: Main Menu

    The History Select screen allows the user to select a type of history file to view, and to set time/date or point range viewing parameters. Refer to this panel’s operations manual for an illustration and description of History Display. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 16: Read Status

    Pressing the Printer Functions soft key brings up screens to print reports. Refer to this panel’s operations manual for a description of Printer Functions. This key will appear only if a printer operation has been selected. Refer to “Supervision” on page 35 for selection information. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 17: Section 3: Program

    Section 3: Program 3.1 General Information The NFS2-3030 operates with two levels of programming: Program, and Alter Status. Program level allows change to the essential control panel functions such as point functions, system functions, and passwords. Program level change requires the master password, or a user password that allows access to the Program level.
  • Page 18: Panel Program

    C H A . T H R E S H O L D : H I G H A C C E P T C H B . T H R E S H O L D : L O W B A C K Figure 3.3 Network Programming Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 19 Program Soft Keys NODE NUMBER: Enter the network node number of this panel. For standalone NFS2-3030, the network node number will be 000. A valid network node number range is 1-240. Once the soft key has been pressed, the number may be typed in from the keypad, or the Next/Previous Selection spe- cial function key on the keypad may be used to toggle through online node numbers.
  • Page 20: 3: Network Mapping

    • UNMAPPED (blank) - Events are ignored by the NFS2-3030. NOTE: The NFS2-3030 can be programmed to monitor events and initiate drill on one (1) additional fire panel and up to four (4) DVCs. NEXT navigates to the next screen in the sequence. The last screen will not have a NEXT key.
  • Page 21: 4: Panel Settings

    Digital Voice Command. EVENT ORDERING: Press this soft key to toggle between USA and C ordering priorities. ANADA This order is applied to events shown in the Multiple Events List screen. Default: USA NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 22 SLCs to participate in local mode. When enabled, all LCMs will operate together in a limited fashion when communication is lost with the NFS2-3030 CPU. Inputs on LCM loops (and associated LEM loops, if installed) will activate outputs on all loops •...
  • Page 23 N E T W O R K D I S P L A Y M O D E : O N A C C E P T D R I L L M O D E : C U S T O M B A C K Figure 3.8 Panel Settings (3) Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 24 N E T W O R K D I S P L A Y M O D E : panel. Network Display Mode allows the NFS2-3030 to display network events for up to five mapped network nodes. Refer to “Network Display Mode” on page 152.
  • Page 25 S I L E N C E A B L E W A T E R F L O W : N O A C C E P T B A C K Figure 3.12 Panel Settings (4) Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 26: 5: Panel Timers (menu 1)

    S I L E N C E I N H I B I T : 0 0 : 0 0 A C C E P T A U T O S I L E N C E : O F F B A C K Figure 3.14 Panel Timers (Menu 1) Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 27 Default: 0FF NOTE: This value must be 20 minutes for ULC installations. VERIFY=PREALARM: Press this soft key to enter Yes or No for displaying Prealarm during alarm verification. Default: NO NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 28: 6: Panel Timers (menu 2)

    ACCEPT: Press this soft key to save the information entered on this screen and return to the previous screen. 3.2.7 LCD Programming The LCD Programming screen allows the user to vary the contrast of the display and turn the backlight on or off. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 29: 8: Acs Programming

    A total of 32 annunciator devices may be present on the EIA-485 ACS circuit; however, some devices have associated expander devices, and an NFS2-3030 ACS circuit can accommodate up to 3,072 annunciator points. The ACS Programming and ACS Point...
  • Page 30 A N N U N C I A T O R T Y P E A C C E P T P O I N T P R O G R A M M I N G B A C K Figure 3.17 ACS Programming Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 31 NOTE: SLC output modules with releasing Type IDs may not be listed in the annunciator source fields. NOTE: The NFS2-3030 supports ACM-24AT/ACM-48A annunciators and their expanders with either 64 or 96 points at an address, as well as ACM-16AT/ACM-32A/LDM-32 annunciators with 64 points at an address.
  • Page 32 The Point Active LED is lit if a corresponding mapped CONTROL OR (for NFS2-3030 only) up to eight general zones to off point is active. The Status (trouble) LED is on when a or on when its button is pushed....
  • Page 33 Enter a point or zone, or the panel’s node number if the mode type is a system function such as acknowledge or reset. Up to eight sources are allowed when CONTROL mode is chosen. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 34 NOTE: A zone with a node number of zero (0) will be a local zone. • Panel circuit modules in the format NxxxPyy.z. xxx = FACP node number, yy = panel circuit module number, z = panel circuit push button number. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 35: 9: Supervision

    NOTE: When changing from an 80-column or 80-column supervised to an 80 graphic or 80 graphic supervised printer (or vice-versa), settings must be changed at the printer. Refer to this panel’s installation manual for the settings. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 36 TERMINAL: Select N or LCD-80. (Default: N .) When LCD-80 is selected, LCD-160 programming is not allowed. NOTE: When LCD-80 Terminal Supervision is on, CRT baud rate selections of 19200 and 57600 are disallowed. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 37: Panel Program Menu (2)

    A C C E P T B A C K Figure 3.23 Weekly Occupancy Schedule Screen Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to navigate between occupancy time fields: use the keypad to type in the time values. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 38: 3: Remote Display Menu

    Press this soft key until YES displays. Default:NO POINT PROGRAMMING: Once a display has been installed, press this soft key to program the display point. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 39: 4: Loop Configuration

    N E X T L O O P A C C E P T P R E V I O U S L O O P B A C K Figure 3.26 Loop Configuration Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 40 Loop is configured in FlashScan mode with Blink Mode enabled, all detector and module LEDs will remain OFF. If the loop is configured in CLIP mode with Blink Mode enabled, the LEDs for detectors and monitor modules will remain OFF while the control modules operate normally. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 41: 5: Custom Action Message

    ACCEPT: Press to save any change made to the message and return to the previous screen. NOTE: A printout of all the messages may be obtained by entering the PRINT PROGRAMMING MENU (2) and pressing the CUSTOM ACTION MESSAGES soft key. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 42: 6: Event Logging

    N E X T S E L E C T I O N A C C E P T P R E V I O U S S E L E C T I O N B A C K Figure 3.30 Holiday Menu Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 43: Point Program

    N = Node, xxx=DVC or DVC-EM Node number, AA = DAA Audio Amplifier, DVC/DAA yy=DAA address (01 through 32). Note: When yy=00, the address format is the DVC or DVC-EM address. Table 3.6 Address Formats NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 44: 1: Detector Point

    To add or delete zones for this point, press this soft key to progress to the Detector Zone Map screen. MORE: Press this soft key to progress to the next detector point programming screen. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 45 Refer to Appendix E, “CBE: Zones and Equations”, on page 131, and Appendix C, “Special Zone Outputs”, on page 118 in this manual for more information about zones and how they apply to Control-By-Event. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 46 M U L T I - D E T E C T O R : D 1 0 0 , D 1 0 5 B A C K Figure 3.34 More Detector Point Programming (2) Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 47 D i s p l a y e d h e r e . A C C E P T V I E W B A C K Figure 3.35 Custom Action Message Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 48 Applications” for a full description and a table of the nine sensitivity levels by detector type. Soft Keys OCCUPIED SENSITIVITY ALARM: Press the soft key next to OCCUPIED SENSITIVITY PREALARM: these setting categories to enter values as described UNOCCUPIED SENSITIVITY ALARM: above. UNOCCUPIED SENSITIVITY PREALARM: NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 49 Soft Keys LOW TEMP ENABLE: Press this softkey to select YES or NO to enable the Low Temperature Warning for the PHOTO/CO detector. This field is only available when programming a PHOTO/CO smoke detector. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 50 Press this softkey to enter the Logic, General or Trouble Zone that A U X T O N E 2 C O N T R O L : will control the activation of the second auxiliary tone of the intelligent sounder base. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 51: 2: Module Point

    MORE: Press to proceed to the next screen for more point programming. ACCEPT: Press to save entries made on this screen. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 52 ALARM VERIFICATION: Press this key to determine participation in Alarm Verification. Choosing Yes will set the device participation to the value entered at the Panel Timers screen (Figure 3.14). The only module type that can participate in alarm verification is the FZM-1. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 53 T H R E S H O L D S E T U P : T H R E S H O L D S E T U P on page 54) Press to save entries made on this screen. A C C E P T : NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 54 T R A C K I N G / L A T C H I N G : one threshold has been programmed as latching, the first threshold reached will be the one that is latched. Press to save screen entries. A C C E P T : NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 55 S I L E N C E A B L E : N O B A C K Zone Map Position 1 - Use for group zone disable participation. Figure 3.45 Module Point Programming Screen 2 (Control) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 56 Silenceable, resound for trouble Local Resound YES - RESOUND TROUBLE Silenceable, does not resound YES - NO RESOUND NOTE: This soft key will not appear for modules with Type ID codes where silence is not optional. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 57: 3: General Zone

    Default:NO 3.4.4 Releasing Zone Releasing Zone Programming This screen displays when a releasing zone is chosen at the Point Program menu (see Figure 3.31 on page 43). NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 58: 5: Logic Zone

    4 and 6, and the user must press the EDIT EQUATION soft key to proceed to the next screen and enter an equation. Refer to Appendix E, “CBE: Zones and Equations” for information on how to create a logic equation, and how logic equations operate. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 59 Use the keypad to type in an equation. The ADD POINT/ZONE and ADD LOGIC FUNCTION soft keys may be used to facilitate creating a logic equation; however, commas must be added by using the keypad. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 60 ACCEPT: Press to insert the point into the equation where the cursor is blinking, and to return to the previous screen. NEXT/PREVIOUS POINT: Press these soft keys to scroll forward or backward from the displayed point to the next installed point. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 61 Figure 3.52 Add Time/Date to Logic Zone Screen Soft Keys ENTER TIME: _ _:_ _:_ _ Press this soft key to toggle between the time/date formats. Choose one based on the type of time-based function used. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 62: 6: Trouble Zone

    ON. Once any one of the nodes return to the online status, the trouble zone returns to OFF. Other parameters (detectors, modules, zones, etc.) can be used in this equation as well. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 63: 7: Annunciator Board Label

    (for example, N078AA01) the MASTER VOLUME setting will apply to the audio outputs at that DAA (the DAA with its address set to 01). Set this field to any volume setting from 0 (off) to 15 (high). Default: 15 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 64 DAA address has been entered. The DAAs have onboard volume control for AUX A and AUXB inputs. Set this field to any volume setting from 0 (off) to 15 (high). Default: 15. ACCEPT - Press to program the displayed volume. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 65: Delete Program

    Pressing this key causes a reboot. ACCEPT: Press to clear all programming for the selected loop option for CLEAR LOOPS. A confirmation screen will display asking the user to confirm the deletion command. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 66: Autoprogram Menu

    If devices are to be added to a new SLC (an SLC that is not in the program), that SLC must be installed using the Loop Programming screen (Figure 3.27). NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 67: 3: Confirmation Screens

    SLC Statistics When autoprogramming is complete, the panel will display a list of the number of modules and detectors found on each SLC. Refer to Figure 3.58 for an example of the screen. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 68 N E W D E V I C E F O U N D A T L X X X D X X X A D D P O I N T ? Y E S E D I T B A C K Figure 3.59 Autoprogram Confirmation Screen (New SLC Point) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 69 N E W : M O N I T O R A C C E P T C H A N G E S ? Y E S E D I T B A C K Figure 3.61 Autoprogram Confirmation Screen (Mismatched Point) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 70 ACCEPT: Pressing this soft key acknowledges that the programmer has been informed of the double address. Autoprogram will not make a modification to the database for this point. The installer must correct this problem. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 71: Section 4: Alter Status

    GENERAL ZONE, or DAA SPEAKER CIRCUIT. Enter the address of the point using the keyboard. If there is an event in the display area, that address will be the default. If no event is present, the default format will be that of a detector. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 72: Disable/enable

    (or enabled). WARNING: DO NOT RELY ON DISABLE TO DISABLE RELEASING POINTS DURING TESTING. RELEASING POINTS MUST BE PHYSICALLY DISCONNECTED. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 73: Detector Sensitivity

    Detector sensitivity levels, set during initial programming, may be changed through accessing the Detector Sensitivity Select screen and the command screen that follows. The Detector Sensitivity Select screen is displayed when the ACCEPT: soft key is pressed at the Sensitivity Select Point screen. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 74 4 = 1 . 1 9 % , 9 = 2 . 3 5 % 5 = 1 . 4 3 % , B A C K Figure 4.6 Change Alarm Sensitivity Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 75: Clear Verify Counters

    This screen is displayed when the CLEAR HISTORY soft key is pressed on the Alter Status Menu screen. It brings the user to a command screen, where the type of history may be selected for clearing. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 76: Walk Test

    • Walk Test will “time out” and return to normal operation after one hour when no Walk Test activations have occurred during that time. • Walk Test may be exited at any time by pressing the ABORT soft key on the screen. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 77 An output device activated during Basic Walk Test will remain active and the LED will glow steady green (if a FlashScan module) or steady red (if a CLIP module) for 4 seconds for alarms – 8 seconds for troubles. – NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 78: 1: Walk Test Menu

    When an input test is initiated, outputs activation is suspended. When an input test mapped on all loops will activate. is initiated, only the outputs on the corresponding loop will activate. Table 4.1 Walk Test Parameters (1 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 79: 2: Walk Test Loops Parameters

    Soft Keys START TEST: Press to begin Walk Test using the chosen parameters. Once Walk Test has begun, this soft key becomes ABORT, and can be pressed at any time to exit Walk Test. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 80: 3: Point Walk Test Activation

    PREVIOUS POINT: Press this key to bring up the previous installed address of an addressable detector into the DEVICE field. ACCEPT: Press this key to begin Walk Test, and to proceed to the Devices Test Selection screen (Figure 4.12). NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 81: 4: Devices Test Selection

    NOTE: The Trouble, Alarm and Obscuration tests described above are additional tools provided to ascertain the functionality of a detector. They are not a substitute for periodic maintenance and sensitivity verification per NFPA 72. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 82: 5: Zone Walk Test Activation

    Once the START TEST soft key has been pressed and the test begun, been pressed, this soft key appears. the message changes to ABORT Appears in Advanced walk test only. Figure 4.14 Walk Test In Progress Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 83: Program Time/date

    A C C E P T P R E V I O U S S E L E C T I O N B A C K Figure 4.16 Control On/Off Point Select Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 84: 1: Control Off

    A U T O M A T I C A C T I V E A U T O M A T I C I N A C T I V E . NOTE: A module with a releasing Type ID cannot be forced. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 85: 2: Control On

    FORCE ON: Press this soft key to change the state of the control module or zone from A U T O M A T I C I N A C T I V E A U T O M A T I C A C T I V E NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 86: Section 5: Service Screens

    F R O M : F R O N T P A N E L S E R I A L N U M B E R : Figure 5.2 Version Screen 2 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 87: Power-up Screen

    NOTE: “LCM” refers to the code resident in the CPU2-3030, not the code that is programmed into the LCM-320. NOTE: “LCD-160” refers to the code resident in the CPU2-3030, not the code that is programmed into the LCD-160. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 88: Bootloader Screen

    Shortcut: Type 1 on the keyboard, which jumps to address 10, or type 2 for twenty, 3 for thirty, 0 to reset back to 1. Type an asterisk (*) to select all addresses. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 89: 2: Loop Download Menu

    Select APP/BOOT to select both for downloading. AUTO:Press this soft key to automatically download to the selected loop(s) the most up-to-date applications or boot programming from the panel. START:Press this soft key to begin the download. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 90: Download Screen

    1 1 : 5 8 : 4 5 A T U E J A N 2 5 , 2 0 1 1 A C K N O W L E D G E P E R F O R M D O W N L O A D Figure 5.9 Application Corrupt Screen NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 91: Appendix A: Menu Hierarchy

    Panel Settings (Panel Settings (1) Screen Local Control Piezo Proprietary Supervising Station Event Ordering Display Address Reminder Menu Trouble Reminder More (Panel Settings (2) Screen LCM Local Mode Power Management Mode DCC Participation NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 92 Tamper Input More Terminal More Password Change Master Password User Password Weekly Occupancy Schedule Remote Display Menu Point Programming Display Point Point Label Local control Loop Configuration Loop Point Programming Loop Selection Installed NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 93 Type Code Label FlashScan Code Label Point label Extended Label More (for a Monitor Type) Custom Action Message Zone Map Alarm Verification Local Mode 4-20 Device Setup 4mA Scale Value 20mA Scale Value Units NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 94 Delete Program Menu Clear Panel Clear Loops Delete Point Point Select Clear All Programming Clear ACS Autoprogram Menu Confirmation Screens Alter Status Disable/Enable Point Select Detector Sensitivity Sensitivity Select Change Alarm/Prealarm Sensitivity Clear Verify Counters NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 95 Control On/Off Point Select Point Force On/Off Printer Functions Programming Print Programming Menu Print Programming Menu (2) Active Points Active Points Menu Walk Test Detector Maintenance Report Installed Points Installed Points Menu Installed Points Menu (Range) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 96: Appendix B: Releasing Applications

    ZR02 in its control panel zone map 300 sec. shuts releasing activates. All sec. solenoids for outputs with ZR02 outputs with in their zone maps ZR02 in their activate. zone maps NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 97: B.2: Nfpa Releasing Applications

    This section contains information on each type of abort switch. Example of an Abort Switch Application The figure below contains an illustration for an abort switch application configuration using releasing zone ZR05 as an example. The configuration includes: NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 98 Example: If you program a as shown, these outputs activate at release. fourth module as shown, this output activates when the release is finished. Figure B.2 Example of a Basic Configuration for an Abort Switch NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 99: B.3.1: Uli Abort Switch

    Press and hold the Abort Switch for 15 Release the Abort seconds Switch; the 10-second ULI timer begins When the 10-seconds ULI timer expires, the control panel activates Releasing Zone outputs Figure B.3 ULI Abort Switch NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 100: B.3.2: Iri Abort Switch

    15 + 10 = 25 seconds seconds, the control panel Total time from when Abort Switch  activates releasing is released to output activation: 10 seconds zone outputs Figure B.4 IRI Abort Switch NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 101: B.3.3: Nyc Abort Switch

    30 seconds, then release the abort switch. The control panel restarts the delay timer at 60 seconds and adds the NYC delay of 90 seconds. The delay timers will both NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 102 NYC Delay (90 has not expired, but it is seconds), which is 150 seconds, overridden by the control OR 120 seconds, whichever is panel. smaller. Figure B.6 NYC Abort Switch -Example 2 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 103: B.3.4: Ahj Abort Switch

    Release the abort switch and the control panel restores the programmed value Delay Time (60 sec.) and counts down When the Delay Time expires, the control panel activates releasing zone outputs Figure B.7 AHJ Abort Switch NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 104: B.3.5: Cross Zones

    Z002 Zone map = Z001 , ZR01 Zone map = Z001 , ZR01 Releasing Zone ZR01 indicates a Primary Zone Zone Map = ZR01 L02M107 Figure B.8 Illustrated Example of Cross Zone Programming NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 105: B.3.6: Using Type Codes For Releasing Zones

    “How to Program a Release Audible REL AUDIBLE when releasing starts. Circuit” on page 114 Activates non-releasing output (SLC “How to Program an Instant Release INST RELEASE modules) with no delay time. Circuit” on page 115 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 106 Releasing Zone ZR05. SYSTEM SYSTEM NORMAL ACT IVATED Monitor Detector Module Type Code ABORT SWITCH NBG-12LRA station with Abort Switch output output module module Figure B.9 Monitor Module Configured as an Abort Switch NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 107 SYSTEM SYSTEM NORMAL ACT IVATED NBG-12LRA station with Manual Release Lever Monitor Detector Module Type Code MAN. RELEASE ZR05 output output module module Figure B.10 Monitor Module Configured as a Manual Release Switch NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 108 The FACP programmed Delay Time is not running (as would happen if the releasing station were pulled before an alarm registered). The Manual Release Delay Switch is activated by the pull station. Agent release will occur in 10 seconds. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 109 Once the soak timer expires, the Second Shot switch can then be activated to initiate an additional soak cycle. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 110 REL END BELL REL AUDIBLE For example, a module programmed with the REL END BELL Type Code activates when the ZR05 soak timer expires. Figure B.13 Output Module Configured as a Release End Bell Circuit NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 111 Detector Detector Detector Module ZR05 Type Code Type Code REL CKT ULC REL CKT ULC output output output output module module module module Figure B.14 Output Module Configured as a ULC Release Circuit NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 112 For example, all modules programmed with the RELEASE CKT Type Code activate when the delay timer expires for ZR05. Other outputs (modules A & B) will activate according to their programming. Figure B.15 Output Module Configured as a Release Circuit NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 113 For example, an output module, configured as a Form-C relay, activates simultaneously with other outputs (modules A, B & C) programmed for ZR05. Figure B.16 Control Module Configured as a Release Form-C Circuit NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 114 For example, an output module programmed with the Type Code activates simultaneously with other AUDIBLE outputs (modules A & B) programmed for ZR05. Figure B.17 Output Module Configured as a Release Audible Circuit NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 115 Turn on a different output when Cross Zone conditions are met and the Delay Timer activates, and turn it off when releasing starts. Turn on a different output when releasing starts, and turn it off when the soak timer expires or the system is reset. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 116: B.4: Miscellaneous

    B.4 Miscellaneous B.4.1 Initiating Devices Releasing zone initiating devices include the following: • FST-851/751 intelligent heat detectors • FSI-851/751, FSP-851/751, FAPT-851/751, FSL-751intelligent smoke detectors • Conventional detection UL-listed devices connected to monitor modules NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 117: B.4.2: Warning Sounders

    Use an ACM-8R remote relay module mapped to the software zones of the control panel. B.4.4 ACS Annunciation Releasing points may be mapped to annunciators using annunciator point programming (Refer to “ACS Point Programming” on page 31). NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 118: Appendix C: Special Zone Outputs

    C.1.2 Selecting Presignal and PAS Outputs Presignal The Presignal Delay Timer can be set to a value between 60 and 180 seconds. A Presignal Delay Timer does not apply to the following: • System Alarm relay NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 119: C.2: Drill Mode

    Drill Mode is a feature that customizes drill activations, allowing only specific devices on the NFS2-3030 to activate when a local or network Drill is performed. These devices require the drill zone (Special Function Zone 16) to be added to the zone mapping of each point. Refer to “Point Program”...
  • Page 120: Appendix D: Intelligent Sensing Applications

    Appendix D: Intelligent Sensing Applications D.1 Intelligent Sensing Overview Intelligent Sensing is a set of software algorithms that provide the NFS2-3030 with industry- leading smoke detection capability. The user can program Intelligent Sensing functions on a global or on a per-detector basis.
  • Page 121: D.2.2: Maintenance Warnings - Three Levels

    Dust accumulation above the allowed limit. Table D.1 Definitions of Intelligent Sensing Maintenance Levels A graphic representation of the maintenance levels: DIRTY MAINT.URGENT MAINTENANCE REQ Acceptable Range LOW THRESHOLD Value Figure D.2 Diagram of Maintenance Levels NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 122: D.2.4: Detector Sensitivity

    0.05% Alarm Selection 3 0.03% Alarm Selection 2 SAMPLE  0.02% Alarm Selection 1 0.02% Pre-Alarm 2 SENSITIVITY  Self Adjust 1 WINDOW, laser detector Figure D.4 Sample Sensitivity Levels for a FlashScan View Laser Detector NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 123: D.2.5: Cooperative Multi-detector Sensing

    • The LED flashes and the panel sounder pulses until acknowledged. ALARM • Zone Z000 (general alarm) or any other zone and the System Trouble and System Alarm relays do not activate. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 124: D.3.3: Action Level

    AL:4=1.19 % PA:4=0.64 % AL:5=1.43 % PA:5=0.81 % AL:6=1.66 % PA:6=0.99 % AL:7=1.89 % PA:7=1.16 % ~ ~ AL:8=2.12 % PA:8=1.33 % AL:9=2.35 % PA:9=1.50 % Table D.2 Detector Sensitivity Settings (1 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 125 AL:5=4% with a 10 minute PA:5=4% with a 10 minute confirmation period confirmation period AL:6=Thermal 135°F PA:6=Thermal 135°F Signifies the factory default setting. Table D.2 Detector Sensitivity Settings (2 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 126: D.4.2: To Test Detectors Set Below 0.50% Obscuration Per Foot

    Status screen displays detector information that applies to the state of the smoke detector. It can be reached with the following commands, starting at the Main Menu screen: • Press MAIN MENU • Press READ STATUS • Press READ STATUS POINT SELECT (enter the detector point address) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 127: D.5.2: Print A Detector Maintenance Report

    Percent of Programmed prealarm sensitivity setting in prealarm alarm effect when the report was generated threshold threshold Programmed alarm sensitivity setting in effect when the report was generated. Figure D.7 Sample Detector Maintenance Report NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 128: D.5.3: To Interpret A Detector Status Display Or Maintenance Report

    DISABLED INACTIVE <Trouble Status>* <Trouble Status>* DISABLED ACTIVE <Trouble Status>* DISABLED PREALARM If the point is in trouble, the display will read: <Trouble Status>* TROUBLE INACTIVE ACTIVE <Trouble Status>* TROUBLE NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 129 80 - 100 Clean immediately! The detector is a false alarm risk. The drift compensation tolerance value has been exceeded. Table D.3 Drift Compensation Messages/Actions Line 13 will not display for Acclimate detectors. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 130 CO-OP: D100,158 - Indicates the address(es) of any detector(s) linked with the detector that’s in alarm for Co-operative Multi-Alarm Sensing. This field will not display for Acclimate detectors. Line 15 - The current time and date are displayed in this line. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 131: Appendix E: Cbe: Zones And Equations

    The panel will support up to one hundred trouble zones, designated as ZT001 through ZT100. Trouble zones can be used in CCBE applications when a node number is entered before the zone number. NOTE: Trouble zones can be used only in CCBE applications between NFS2-3030, NFS-3030 and NFS-640 FACPs. Trouble zones will not activate with other combinations.
  • Page 132: E.2: Equations

    The panel will check for errors after the user has entered the complete equation. Possible errors are too many or two few parentheses, too many or two few arguments inside the parentheses, unknown function and unknown device type. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 133: E.2.1: Arguments

    The X amount may be a value from 1 through 9. • The “XZONE” Operator Requires that any combination of two or more input devices programmed to a zone be active. NOTE: Local General Zones only. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 134 • Logic functions may be used in an equation that begins with a DEL or SDEL time-based function: however, they must appear within parentheses following the time-based function. Delay and duration times are in 24-hour format (HHMMSS); the allowable range is 00:00:00 to 23:59:59. The “DEL” Function NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 135 To evaluate an equation, start from the innermost part of the equation and work outwards. For this equation to evaluate TRUE and thus turn on any output mapped to it, the following conditions must be met: NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 136: E.2.3: Trouble Equations

    Argument entries may consist of system trouble codes. Refer to Appendix H, “System Troubles” for a listing of these codes. Examples: AND(L1M149,L2M110) will evaluate as true when both arguments go into trouble. OR(ZT049,ZT050) will evaluate as true when either argument goes into trouble. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 137: Appendix F: Detector Initialization

    Enter point programming for this point and change the Type and FlashScan Code Label to the values appropriate for the new detector. (Refer to Section 3.4.1, “Detector Point”, on page 44 for programming instructions). Physically install the new detector. Initialization will occur automatically NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 138: Appendix G: Type Codes

    Ionization smoke detector used as a duct detector to report SUP T(DUCTI)† supervisory condition rather than alarm. fire Photoelectric smoke detector SMOKE(PHOTO) supervisory Photoelectric smoke detector SUP L(PHOTO)* Table G.1 Intelligent Detector Type Codes (1 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 139: G.3.3: Type Codes For Monitor Modules

    Point Type Activates (Y=yes Device Function N=no) MONITOR fire alarm Alarm-monitoring device NC MONITOR fire alarm Alarm monitoring device, where an open circuit=active. Table G.2 Type Codes for Monitor Modules (1 of 3) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 140 Monitors for a hazard alert WEATHER ALRT non-fire Monitors for a weather alert PROCESS MON critical process Monitors for a critical process Table G.2 Type Codes for Monitor Modules (2 of 3) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 141: G.4: Type Codes For Output Devices

    ‡ INST RELEASE NAC (SLC only) fire Supervised for open circuits and ground faults. Short = normal Table G.3 SLC Control Module Type Codes (1 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 142: G.5: Flashscan Codes

    XPIQ GND FLT XPIQ EF MON XPIQ AC XPIQ AC MON XPIQ TROUBLE XPIQ GEN MON XPIQ STROBE XPIQ STROBE XPIQ SPEAKER XPIQ SPEAKER XPIQ TELEPHONE XPIQ TELEPHONE Table G.4 FlashScan Codes (1 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 143 FlashScan Codes Type Codes Label Device/Point XPIQ MUSIC XPIQ MUSIC ZONE MONITOR FZM-1 Table G.4 FlashScan Codes (2 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 144: Appendix H: System Troubles

    GROUND FAULT LOOP 9 RESERVED REMOTE DISPLAY 25 TROUBLE ANNUN 23 NO ANSWER GROUND FAULT LOOP 10 RESERVED REMOTE DISPLAY 25 NO ANSWER Table H.1 System Trouble Names and Codes (1 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 145 DAP PORT B FAILURE BACKUP AMP 3 LIMIT VESDANET TROUBLE RESERVED DAA NO ANSWER BACKUP AMP 4 LIMIT RESERVED LOCAL MIC TROUBLE PRIMARY AMP 1 OVERCURRENT Table H.1 System Trouble Names and Codes (2 of 2) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 146 NFS2-3030s on the network are in Network Display Mode and the total number of display nodes has exceeded 25. Remove one or more display nodes to correct this trouble. (Display nodes include NCA, NCA-2, a Gateway node, or an NFS2-3030 in Network Display Mode.) DRILL INITIATED Drill has been initiated locally.
  • Page 147 NETWORK INCOMPATIBILITY The brand of this panel is incompatible with this network. NETWORK MAPPING LIMIT More than 1 fire panel or more than 4 DVCs has been mapped to the NFS2-3030 for Network EXCEEDED Display Mode. Check network mapping and correct.
  • Page 148 A trouble has occurred on a VESDA node. Possible troubles may include: Communication failure on the VESDA detector loop, incompatible VESDA software versions, or VESDA configuration error. Table H.2 System Trouble Descriptions (3 of 3) NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 149: Appendix I: Regional Settings

    C P U H A S R E B O O T E D C O N T I N U E A B O R T User should select CONTINUE to initiate applications. User should select ABORT to abort applications. Figure I.2 Singapore Application Initiation NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 150: I.2: Chicago

    • Disable/Enable button will disable or enable the currently-displayed event. • AMPS-24 supervision disabled. • When the primary supply is not an AMPS-24, selecting AUX trouble supervisory setting will generate a general power supply fault. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 151: I.4: China

    • Disable events do not light LED or trip the trouble relay. • No system trouble generated upon entering program mode. • Low AC operation of FACP. • Power supply troubles. • Ability to manually corrupt memory to test memory corruption detection. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 152: Appendix J: Network Display Mode

    Mapping a network node to the NFS2-3030 on the Network Mapping menu will allow the NFS2- 3030 to monitor and annunciate events for that node. Drill Mapping for the NFS2-3030 can only be changed through VeriFire Tools. Refer to the VeriFire Tools Help File.
  • Page 153: Glossary

    DCC, percent per foot. when it has control of Acknowledge, Signal Silence, System Reset and Drill functions. Output circuit A control module connected to the SLC. NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 154 Cross Zone activations or Walk Test participation. View (Very Intelligent Early Warning) System A smoke detection system, consisting of the NFS2-3030 control Silence Inhibit Timer A user-defined timer that panel and intelligent laser detectors, that provides very disables the signal silence key function for the early warning of smoldering fires.
  • Page 155 Glossary NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 156: Index

    35 ALL CALL 33 Mapping of inputs not associated with Pri- – Alter Status 71 mary Zones 104 Clear History 75 On systems utilizing the DCC function… Alarm, Event or All History 76 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 157 USA Event Order 21 Address format 43 Extended label 44 Alarm Sensitivity Levels 48 Alarm Verification 47 Custom action message 47 Factory default settings Drift Compensation 120 Password 12 Extended label 44 FCM-1-REL releasing module 58 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 158 153 Local mode 56 LCD Programming 28 Silenceable 56 LCD programming Switch inhibit 56 Backlight 29 Walk test 56 Current setting 29 Zone map 56 Factory default setting 29 Extended label 51 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 159 Level of access 14 Output activations Piezo 21 Event logging 42 Point 154 Output circuit 153 Selection for programming 43 Overwrite (logic equation screen) 60 Point Program 43 Autoprogram 66 Delete Point 65 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 160 Self Test 87 programming 57 Self-Optimizing Pre-Alarm 122 Proprietary Supervising Station 21 Sensitivity, see Alarm Sensitivity Levels, Detec- Service Screens 86 Rapid All Call 23 Application Corrupt Screen 90 Rapid poll 40 Download screen 90 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 161 Sounder/relay bases, position nine 46 See also Point Program 44 General Zone 57 To select 138 Non-resettable control 57 Zone label 57 Logic 58 Add logic function 60 UDACT 27 Add point 60 UDACT-2 27 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 162 Point select 60 Position layout 44 Position one, initial programming 44 – Releasing 57 Abort Switch 58 Cross Zone 58 Delay Time 58 Soak Time 58 Special Zones 132 Trouble 62 Z000 general alarm 56 NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 163 Manufacturer's Return Material Authorization form. The replacement part shall come from Manufacturer's stock and may be new or refurbished. THE FOREGOING IS DISTRIBUTOR'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IN THE EVENT OF A WARRANTY CLAIM. Warn-HL-08-2009.fm NFS2-3030 Programming Manual — P/N 52545:K1 03/20/2012...
  • Page 164 World Headquarters 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472-1610 USA 203-484-7161 fax 203-484-7118 www.notifier.com...

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