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XLS80e
Panel Configuration
Manual
March 2007, Issue 9

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  • Page 1 XLS80e Panel Configuration Manual March 2007, Issue 9...
  • Page 2 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Quick Contents Reference by Section DISPLAY: SUMMARY - SEE SECTION DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF MENUS, SEE SECTION: CONFIGURATION MENU: OVERVIEW - SEE SECTION DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS, SEE SECTION: XLS80e 8, 11 POWER ON - SEE SECTION 2...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Contents Introduction Associated Documents System Design and Planning Glossary of Icons Software Version Number EN54 Functions Ancillary Functions Power On/Start Up Panel Configuration Overview Where to Access the Configuration Actions Configuration Actions Using the Panel Controls and Indicators 3.3.1 Pushbuttons...
  • Page 4 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Menu Displays 4.4.1 To Display the User Menu 4.4.2 To Navigate Through the Menus 4.4.3 Menu Structure Loop Device Configuration Configure Individual Device 5.1.1 Select a Device 5.1.2 Change Device Configuration - Sensors 5.1.3 MULTI, MCS & GAS Sensitivities 5.1.4 Change Device Configuration...
  • Page 5 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Extinguishing System Function 7.8.1 Types of Control Matrix Entry 7.8.2 Minimum Configuration 7.8.3 Device Selection 7.8.4 HOLD Options Logic Operation with Transfer Flags 7.9.1 Example Logic Operations 7.10 Print Control Matrix Change Passcode Introduction How to Change a Passcode...
  • Page 6 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.19 Day/Night Modes Configuration 11.20 Extinguishing System 11.21 Alarm Coincidence 11.22 Network Settings 11.23 Thermal Alarm Verification Time User Menu at Level 3 Access 12.1 Control Output Tests 12.1.1 CMX Modules 12.1.2 Local Sounder Circuits 12.1.3 Relay Circuits...
  • Page 7 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Appendix 1 Upgrading the Panel Software A1-1 Appendix 2 Available Loop Device Types A2-1 Appendix 3 XLSNET Network Configuration A3-1 Honeywell, Issue 9 March 2007...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    (ref. 997-474-000-x). 1.2 System Design and Planning It is assumed that the system, of which the XLS80e Series fire control equipment is a part, has been designed by a competent fire alarm system designer in accordance with the requirements of EN54 Part 14, BS 5839 Part 1: 1988 and any other local codes of practice that are applicable.
  • Page 9: Glossary Of Icons

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 1.3 Glossary of Icons Throughout this manual, and the other related XLS80e Series manuals, a number of icons are used in the illustrations to help clarify, or simplify, particular configuration procedures. The following icons are used to advise or indicate: a.
  • Page 10 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels m. Mains power connected and switched ON. 230 V AC 50/60 Hz n. Panel batteries power connected/ disconnected. o. Manual Call Point (MCP)/Sensor. Access 3A p. Access 3A passcode entry requested to continue with selected panel configuration * * * * * action (access 2 &...
  • Page 11: Software Version Number

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 1.4 Software Version Number The XLS80e Series control panel software version can be viewed by performing a lamp test function. Software version numbers are displayed for the following: a. The panel. b. The Loop Interface PCB.
  • Page 12: Ancillary Functions

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels The following features are provided by the Power Supply Unit (PSU) of the XLS80e Series Fire Control Panel Range to comply with EN 54-4: Feature of the XLS80e PSU EN 54-4 Clause Derive power from the mains...
  • Page 13 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Ancillary Function Manual Section Refs. Loop start-up boost 11.8 Calendar-based automatic test selection 11.6 Automatic cancellation of disablements 11.7 Mains Fail Fault additional delay 11.13 RS232 Printer Output & PC Interface 11.1 Temporary Configurations 11.1, 11.2...
  • Page 14: Power On/start Up

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Power On/Start Up To power up the system from a completely powered-down condition: 1 Connect the two leads (A) from within the panel to the two 12 V sealed lead-acid batteries and then fit one end only of the supplied interlink (B).
  • Page 15 Master panel to the network - set the termination link on its RS485 PCB to the ‘ON’ (lower) position if it is not already so configured (see Section 6 of the XLS80e Series Installation and Commissioning Manual). iii Power-on just the Master panel. Wait until it reports COMMS FAIL.
  • Page 16: Panel Configuration Overview

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Panel Configuration Overview This section gives a brief guide to the methods for configuring the XLS80e Series panels. 3.1 Where to Access the Configuration Actions The panel can be configured at one of the following: a.
  • Page 17: Configuration Actions

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 3.2 Configuration Actions The following configuration actions can be performed: LOOP DEVICE CONFIGURATION - Sections 3.6-3.8 a. An unconfigured panel can scan the loops and learn what devices are installed, either automatically or with manual user intervention.
  • Page 18: Using The Panel Controls And Indicators

    Note: The other operating pushbuttons are not FIRE O/P CHANGE ZONES IN MODE DISABLE TABS ALARM used during configuration. Their operation is described in the XLS80e DISABLEMENT FIRE TEST Series Operating Manual (997-474). FAULT POWER PRE-ALARM DAY MODE CURSOR AND NUMERIC PUSHBUTTONS...
  • Page 19: Liquid Crystal Display

    To adjust the LCD contrast at other times, select LAMP TEST (refer to the XLS80e Series Operating Manual 997-474, Section 6.4 Lamp THE DISPLAY CYCLES BETWEEN MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM CONTRAST: Test) while at access level 3.
  • Page 20: Using The Off-line Support Tool

    When the panel is ready to accept the configuration data, simply connect it to your PC, for the final data transfer to be made. The XLS80e Off-line Support Tool is a complete package for off-line configuration preparation. It is supplied with all necessary panel configuration instructions, consequently no further details are given here.
  • Page 21: Learn Devices On Loops

    32 sensors or MCPs. For the XLS80e Series, do not place more than 25 loop devices between isolators (20 if FET isolators are used).
  • Page 22: Configure Group Of Devices

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Limitations of the Auto-learn Method If the auto-learn method is used on an Caution - a false indication incomplete system it will give the false of a fully-functional system impression that the system is fully operational.
  • Page 23: Text Editing

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 3.9 Text Editing There are three types of text that can be entered and edited: a. The panel or site name. b. The zone description. c. The device location text, which is shown on the display when the system status is not normal (i.e.
  • Page 24: Time-of-day

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 3.11 Time-of-Day NIGHT - SET TO HIGH SENSITIVITY This facility allows panel functions to be modified depending upon the time of day. There are three major applications: a. Altering the sensitivity of sensors at certain DAY - SET TO LOW SENSITIVITY times of day - see Section 5.1.2.7.
  • Page 25: System Networking

    This causes appropriate annunciations and actions at those panels. Network Programming RS485 The XLS80e Series panel can be used with one of two networks: a. Master/Slave network. Refer to Section 14 for further information. b. XLSNET peer-to-peer fault-tolerant network.
  • Page 26: Delays

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 3.15 Delays Either the sounders or the fire alarm routing equipment (remote fire outputs) which is used to summon the fire brigade can be delayed: a. To activate sounders immediately but delay the remote fire outputs, use the Day/Night...
  • Page 27: The Display - Tabs, Events And Menus

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels The Display - Tabs, Events and Menus 4.1 Introduction 4.1.1 Status: NORMAL The Status: NORMAL display appears when: a. No alarm or test conditions exist, and b. No menus are being accessed. 4.1.2 Tabs When conditions other than Status: NORMAL exist, the LCD displays event data.
  • Page 28: Tabs

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 4.2 Tabs When tabs are displayed, use the CHANGE TABS key to scroll through the tabs and thus display the corresponding data. The tabs are (in descending order of priority): EXTINGUISHING (if about to release;...
  • Page 29: Event Displays

    Further details about the event displays and their operation are given in the XLS80e Series Operating Manual, 997-474. Aux Tab At the end of the list of activated AUX inputs,...
  • Page 30: March

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels By default, the panel does not scan for unconfigured devices when the panel is completely unconfigured (i.e. no sensors or modules on any loop), however scanning can be enabled by the user. There is an optional, configurable upper limit on the number of devices to be scanned.
  • Page 31 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Maint Tab This displays the maintenance status of any MCS and Acclimate sensors installed on the loops. If the panel is connected to an XLSnet network and more than one panel contains sensors requiring maintenance, an option to choose the panel is provided.
  • Page 32: Menu Displays

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 4.4 Menu Displays 4.4.1 To Display the User Menu To display the User Menu when the system status is Normal, enter the passcode. To use the Configuration menu and to use some options on the other menus an access 3 or 3A passcode must be entered (refer to Section 8 for further details about passcodes).
  • Page 33: To Navigate Through The Menus

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 4.4.2 To Navigate Through the Menus In this example it is desired to display the Configuration Menu, which is option 6 on the User Menu. With the User Menu displayed, press go to the Configuration Menu directly.
  • Page 34: Menu Structure

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 4.4.3 Menu Structure Note: ** Requires access 3 passcode. The menu primarily used in this manual is the Configuration Menu, therefore its sub-menus are shown in greater detail than is the case for the other menus.
  • Page 35 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Note: If access level 2 is entered by use of the keyswitch, no decision has been made by the user to enter a specific access level passcode. In this case the ‘CONFIGURATION’ menu option is replaced by ‘ENTER LEVEL 3 PASSCODE’.
  • Page 36: Loop Device Configuration

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Loop Device Configuration You can configure loop devices: a. Individually (Section 5.1). b. As a group (Section 5.2). c. As a system (Section 5.3), learning the loops either automatically or with manual intervention. 5.1 Configure Individual Device 5.1.1 Select a Device...
  • Page 37 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 4 In this example SENSOR was chosen. The procedure for choosing a MODULE is the same. Enter the device number. Leading zeros are optional. NUMERIC KEYS, THEN In this example the device is an optical sensor (type OPT);...
  • Page 38: Change Device Configuration - Sensors

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.2 Change Device Configuration - Sensors The following can be altered for sensors: a. The device type. b. The zone or cell in which the device is placed. c. The device location text. Note that the zone...
  • Page 39 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.2.2 Edit Device Zone or Cell Zone Number Enter the zone number within the displayed range. RANGE! is displayed if the entered number is out of range. For details of zone ranges, refer to Section 14.1.2. The ‘Internal Zone no.’...
  • Page 40 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.2.3 Edit Device Location Text Edit the text description which is used for the various tab displays (e.g. fire, fault) and for printing at the printer. Section 6 describes how to use the text editor.
  • Page 41 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Pre-alarm PRE-ALARM Again the default setting is 5 for all types of sensor except Photo/Thermal (MULT) and MCS. The alarm and pre-alarm ranges do not overlap, except for MULT and MCS for which the alarm must be set lower than the pre-alarm...
  • Page 42 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.2.5 Edit Verification Delay Set the verification delay within the displayed range. RANGE! is displayed if the entered number is out of range. Refer to Section 13 for recommended verification delays. Alarm verification display is shown on the left.
  • Page 43 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.2.8 LED Blink Options Select whether the device’s LEDs follow the panel setting (Section 11.2) or are set to blink or not (non-blink). 5.1.2.9 LED Also Controls Select the required option: a. NONE. There are no additional controls.
  • Page 44: Multi, Mcs & Gas Sensitivities

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.3 MULTI, MCS & GAS Sensor Interface Sensitivities 5.1.3.1 Photo/Thermal (MULT) Sensors Device type MULT applies to the TC840ME. ACCLIMATE, has a Thermal-Only mode, i.e. a mode in which the sensor does not respond to smoke.
  • Page 45 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.3.2 MCS Sensors The system supports Multi-criteria (MCS) sensors. The MCS4 sensor has the capability for carbon monoxide, photoelectronic (optical), infra-red and thermal detection. This sensor has a thermal-only mode as described on the previous page for Acclimate.
  • Page 46: Change Device Configuration - Modules

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.4 Change Device Configuration - Modules The following can be altered for modules: a. The device type. b. The zone or cell in which the device is placed. c. The device location text. Note that the zone...
  • Page 47 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Auxiliary Modules Any Input (MMX) module can be defined as logical type AUXILIARY. To make use of several special Control Matrix facilities, certain input modules must be defined as logical type AUXILIARY. Auxiliary modules: a. Cannot generate an ALARM of FIRE, b.
  • Page 48 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Alarm Supervision Set the alarm supervision ON or OFF. Note: It is not possible to set Manual Call Points (device type MCP) ALARM threshold to OFF. Short- and Open-Circuit Supervision The method of selection is the same as shown MAKE for Alarm Supervision.
  • Page 49 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.1.4.8 Bell and CTRL Module Options Additional options (SILENCEABLE and NORMAL PULSE) are displayed for CMX modules of types BELL and CTRL. Module SILENCE Options This option determines whether a Control Output is switched off when the SILENCE/ RESOUND pushbutton is operated to silence the sounders.
  • Page 50: Configure Group Of Devices

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.2 Configure Group of Devices This option allows a group of devices to be deleted or all set to the same type. The devices must be at consecutive addresses on the same loop and in the same zone, and if being deleted they must be of the same type.
  • Page 51 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 5 Select either DELETE or select the device type to which the group of devices is to be set. Sensor types are defined in Section 5.1.2.1 and module types are defined in Section 5.1.4.1.
  • Page 52: Learn Devices On Loops

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.3 Learn Devices on Loops This option allows the panel to detect and Caution - a false indication automatically configure devices that it finds of a fully-functional system already connected to the loops. If the panel...
  • Page 53 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 5 Select the loop at which the learn process is to end (‘n’ represents the highest loop on the system). NUMERIC KEYS, THEN 6 If you want to learn all the devices on the...
  • Page 54: Run In Auto-learn Mode

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.3.2 Run in Auto-Learn Mode If you select this option, then: Note: Steps 1 to 3 are omitted if only sensors were selected in the procedure of Section 5.3.1. The choices made in these steps are only used for new or changed modules, not for unchanged modules that have already been configured.
  • Page 55 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 5 Set the zone into which new sensors or modules will be placed. If you select the ‘0’ option: a. If a newly-learnt device replaces an existing device of the wrong type, it is placed in the same zone as the existing device.
  • Page 56: Run In Manual Learn Mode

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.3.3 Run in Manual Learn Mode If you select this option, then: 1 Press to begin the manual learn process. 2 As the learn process progresses, the status is displayed. EXAMPLE MENUS THAT MAY BE DISPLAYED:...
  • Page 57: End Of Learn Process

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 5.3.5 End of Learn Process IF THE PANEL HAS FOUND AND CONFIGURED ANY DIFFERENCES: 1 Press to confirm the changes. 2 The configuration data is written to the panel’s memory. If no changes were made, the message shown at left is displayed for a short time.
  • Page 58: Text Editing

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Text Editing TEXT 6.1 Text Editing Pushbuttons The Configuration menu includes options to edit the panel text and the zone text. Both options use a text editor, which has a display that is divided into three areas: a.
  • Page 59: The Character Set

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 6.2 The Character Set The lower and upper case keyboards are shown opposite. Lower Case Upper Case 6.3 Zone Text Editing To edit the zone text: 1 From the Configuration menu, select the Zone Text Editor option.
  • Page 60: Panel Text Editing

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 6.4 Panel Text Editing To edit the text for a panel: 1 From the Configuration menu, select the Panel Text Editor option. 2 If more than one panel exists on a network, or if there are repeaters, select the panel or repeater.
  • Page 61: Control Matrix

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Control Matrix 7.1 Introduction TO DEFINE WHETHER AN OUTPUT IS ACTIVATED BY AN INPUT: The Control Matrix is a tabular method of defining which inputs that have given a fire indication activate which outputs. INPUT OUTPUT E.G.
  • Page 62: En54 Requirements

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.1.1 EN54 Requirements Every HONEYWELL panel is factory- TO ENSURE THAT THE PANEL COMPLIES WITH configured with two default Control Matrix EN54 REQUIREMENTS REGARDING ACTIVATION entries. OF ALARMS IN EVENT OF FIRE: <ANY INPUT> activates: <ALL BELLS>...
  • Page 63: Input Categories

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.2 Input Categories Valid inputs are shown below. Honeywell, Issue 9 March 2007...
  • Page 64 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Inputs at a panel on the network Relationships can be defined between inputs at one panel and outputs at another panel. Outputs are applied only at the panel which directly controls them (as stand-alone panels), but inputs may be defined as originating at a different panel.
  • Page 65: Output Categories

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.3 Output Categories Possible output devices or categories in a Control Matrix entry are shown below. Honeywell, Issue 9 March 2007...
  • Page 66: Output Modes

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.4 Output Modes OUTPUT MODES: In addition to its category (see Section 7.3), INPUT OUTPUT you may configure the output to operate in one of four modes. These give combinations of immediate or delayed, steady or pulse...
  • Page 67 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Decision Conflict IF TWO INPUTS TRY TO ACTIVATE THE SAME OUTPUT IN DIFFERENT MODES, THE OUTPUT Decision Conflict occurs when two Control MODE IS SET ACCORDING TO TWO RULES: Matrix entries try to set an output in two different modes at the same time.
  • Page 68: Review/edit Control Matrix

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.5 Review/Edit Control Matrix This option allows you to examine the existing Control Matrix entries and amend or delete individual entries. 7.5.1 Review Entries Use the arrows to step through the entries. Each entry has the format INPUT definition OUTPUT definition.
  • Page 69: Edit Entries

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.5.2 Edit Entries This option allows existing entries to be edited or new entries to be created, and allows existing entries to be deleted. 7.5.2.1 Amend or Create Entry Press to edit the currently-displayed entry...
  • Page 70: Defining A Control Matrix Entry

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.6 Defining a Control Matrix Entry There are two stages to amending/creating a FROM SECTION 7.5.2.1 Control Matrix entry: a. Create the input definition. b. Create the output definition. When amending an existing entry, at each stage the initially-highlighted item will be that which is closest to the current entry.
  • Page 71 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 1 Select one of ‘Cell, Zone or Panel’ (go to step 2), ‘Specified Individual Device’ (step 7), or ‘Virtual Input Point’ (step 10). IF CELL, ZONE OR PANEL: 2 If ‘Cell, Zone or Panel’ is selected, you are then prompted for a specific panel (Step 3) or ANY panel for an input.
  • Page 72 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels IF CURRENT PANEL: Restricted by Type 7 Either select ANY INPUT DEVICE TYPE (includes Virtual Input Points) or restrict to one of the types in the list. Options 9 to 11 are provided for use with the Extinguishing System, although they are available for any ‘Alarm’...
  • Page 73 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 9 If the ‘Specified Individual Device’ option is selected at Step 1 specify the panel and its device. 10 If the ‘Virtual Input Point’ option is selected at step 1, use the zone and point numbers to select the required point.
  • Page 74 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels IF OPTION 2 (PRE-ALARM) IS CHOSEN: 7.6.1.2 PRE-ALARM To define the PRE-ALARM input, select option 2 from the Configuration Menu. Follow the procedure as for ALARM. The ‘Zone’ and ‘greater than 2 devices’ in coincidence options are not available for PRE-ALARM.
  • Page 75 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels IF OPTION 6 (EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM) IS 7.6.1.6 EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM CHOSEN: The Extinguishing System input requires a system number to be specified, i.e. the same number as the corresponding Control Matrix output action. Up to 32 Systems can exist on the panel.
  • Page 76: Output Definitions

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.6.2 Output Definitions Select Activate Outputs to specify immediate action or TRANSFER FLAG when a delayed action is required (used with a time-of-day function). If you selected TRANSFER FLAG, enter a number. If Activate Outputs was selected, choose the output from the list.
  • Page 77 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.6.2.2 All Outputs: Cell, Zone or Panel Note: If no cells are configured (Sections 5.1.2.2/ IF OPTION 2 (CELL/ZONE/PANEL) IS CHOSEN: 5.1.4.2) the ZONE or CELL selection screen is bypassed. Select ZONE if a specified zone is to be the output.
  • Page 78 6 If you select a delay time in step 5, select either SOUNDER DELAY for delays that must be turned on by a user action at access level 2 (XLS80e Series Operating Manual Section 7.5), or CONTROL DELAY for unconditional delays. If SOUNDER DELAY (CANCEL with ‘EXTEND’) is selected, the...
  • Page 79 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Time-of-day Option FROM PREVIOUS PAGE Note: Section 7.7 describes a non-EN54 compliant method of providing a time- of-day option for disabling a zone. 7 If a time-of-day period is required during which the Control Matrix entry does not take...
  • Page 80 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.6.2.5 Extinguishing System 1 Select which Extinguishing System the Control Matrix entry applies to. CAUTION: This product is not compliant 12094-1 12094-1 with EN 12094-1. Fire extinguishing installations in Europe are required to be certified as compliant to this standard.
  • Page 81 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels IF INPUT WAS NON-FIRE: 2b Select the required non-fire (auxiliary module) action, one of: a. Aborts the release. b. Sets system to MANUAL ONLY. c. Sets system to OFF. d. Acts as HOLD switch. Timer is either re-...
  • Page 82: Completion Of New Entry

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.6.2.6 Other Output Options INPUT NON-FIRE ACTIVATION, IF ANY OF THE For the MUTE INTERNAL BUZZER, SILENCE ‘OTHER ACTIONS’ OUTPUT OPTIONS 1 TO 8 ARE SOUNDERS, SYSTEM RESET, TRANSFER CHOSEN. FLAG, System in NIGHT mode, System in DAY mode, Extend Investigation Delay and OVER- RIDE Investig.
  • Page 83: Disablement/enablement Function

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.7 Disablement/Enablement Function EN54-2: 9.1.2 Disablement and This function allows specified zones to be re-enablement MUST be disabled at certain times of day. a manual operation. THE DISABLEMENT OCCURS WHEN THE TIME OF DAY PROGRAM IS NOT ACTIVE, E.G.:...
  • Page 84: Extinguishing System Function

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.8 Extinguishing System Function CAUTION: This product is not compliant 7.8.1 Types of Control Matrix Entry 12094-1 12094-1 with EN 12094-1. There are three types of Extinguishing System Fire extinguishing installations in Control Matrix entry: Europe are required to be certified as compliant to this standard.
  • Page 85: Device Selection

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.8.3 Device Selection All modules that are required to activate a Non- fire Control Matrix entry must be configured as type AUX. The Immediate release switch should be type MCP or MON. All modules of type CTRL must be set to non- Control Modules used to silenceable so that the panel’s SILENCE/...
  • Page 86: Logic Operation With Transfer Flags

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 7.9 Logic Operation with Transfer Flags A number of Control Matrix entries can be Example entry in Control Matrix: logically combined by using the same Transfer Flag number (range 1 to 128) in their output statement.
  • Page 87 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Example 1 - Use of logic operations Example 1 - Outputs in Zone 20 are activated if: Inputs in Zone 3 or Zone 4 are activated, or INPUT STATEMENT OUTPUT STATEMENT inputs in both Zone 1 and in Zone 5 are...
  • Page 88: Print Control Matrix

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Example 5 - Input priority Example 5 shows how to arrange inputs (in this case zones) in priority: INPUT STATEMENT OUTPUT STATEMENT Zone 21 Flag 1 [AND] An input from Zone 21 activates sounder circuit 3, unless...
  • Page 89: Change Passcode

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Change Passcode 8.1 Introduction Three levels of passcode are provided: a. Access 2 passcode. This passcode permits the panel controls to be used, and provides access to all menus except the Configuration menu and some options on other menus as described in Section 12.
  • Page 90: How To Change A Passcode

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FACTORY 8.2 How to Change a Passcode DEFAULT Access 2 The panel is supplied with default passcodes. The manufacturer strongly recommends that you change the default passcodes after Access 3 commissioning has been completed. * * *...
  • Page 91 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 4 Re-type the new passcode. REPEAT PASSCODE, THEN 5 Press . After a short wait, the new passcode replaces the original. THE NEW PASSCODE TAKES EFFECT This display indicates that the passcode was re-typed incorrectly in step 4 above.
  • Page 92: Time-of-day Programming

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Time-of-Day Programming This facility lets you modify the function of the panel at certain times of day. The major time- of-day controlled functions are: a. Sensor sensitivity (Section 5.1.2.7). b. Control Matrix actions (Section 7.6.2.2).
  • Page 93 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Note: To specify a ‘complete’ 24 hour period, split the 24 hours into two parts; e.g. one running from 00:00 to 12:00 and the other running from 12:00 to 00:00. These parts combine to provide the required ‘24 hour’...
  • Page 94: Manual Override

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Additional information about time fields If a ‘start time’ is earlier than the corresponding ‘end time’, a ‘day’ period is assumed; if the ‘start time’ is later than the ‘end time’ the period is considered to be a ‘night’ period. If both start and end times are set to ‘00:00’...
  • Page 95: Disablement And Enablement Override

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels If you select OVER-RIDE SET then the current action of the time-of-day program is reversed: i.e. if currently within a time period, the behaviour reverts to that applicable outside the period, and vice versa. The override holds until...
  • Page 96: Multi Thermal-only Mode

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 9.4 MULTI Thermal-Only Mode If the thermal-only mode of these sensors is to be used, normally the sensors will be configured to operate as combined smoke/ heat sensors during the night/weekend, and thermal-only sensors during the day. This can be done either by a Time-of-Day program or via the panel’s Day Mode pushbutton, however...
  • Page 97: Setting The Clock

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 10 Setting the Clock Use this menu option after any Time Zone change, e.g. start/end of British Summer Time (if not configured for auto-adjust), and after the system has been fully powered-off (in the latter case the system will start-up at midnight...
  • Page 98: Panel Settings

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11 Panel Settings This section describes temporary and permanent panel settings. These settings are selected from the Panel Settings menu, which is accessed from the Configuration menu. The access level is 3A. All settings are permanent except ENGINEER- MUTE mode (Section 11.1) and Temporary...
  • Page 99: Led 'blinking' Mode

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.2 LED ‘Blinking’ Mode The factory default setting is BLINK. If you select NON-BLINK, the LEDs will not blink during normal scanning but only when the device is in alarm or under test, or under certain fault conditions.
  • Page 100: Number Of Loops On Panel

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.3 Number of LOOPS on panel This setting is required only if the panel has had a major reconfiguration or has had a processor card replaced. You may set the number of loops that the panel expects to find...
  • Page 101: Pulsing Sounder Modes

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.4 Pulsing Sounder Modes This setting is used in conjunction with the Module PULSE Options (Section 5.1.4.7) to define the pulsing pattern of those modules for which SLOW PULSE has been selected. To set the pulsing rate: 1 Set the OFF period within the given range.
  • Page 102: Automatic Test Options

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.6 Automatic Test Options This setting allows the user to specify the day- of-week and time-of-day at which analogue sensor automatic tests occur: 1 Set the day field to one of: a. NONE. Automatic tests do not occur. The time field is not shown.
  • Page 103 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE IF CANCEL AFTER TIMEOUT b. After a timeout. Numeric entry up to 1440 minutes (24 hours) followed by , then confirm. IF CANCEL AT SET TIME(S) OF DAY c. At set times of day. Edit this in the same...
  • Page 104: Loop Options

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.8 Loop Options This setting sets various parameters associated with the loops. To set these options: To set these options (confirm changes): 1 Set the signal degraded monitoring period within the given range. For each device, the...
  • Page 105: Access Level For Mute Buzzer Etc

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.10 Access Level for MUTE BUZZER etc. This option sets the access level required for the MUTE BUZZER and EXTEND DELAYS pushbuttons. Select the required access level (either is acceptable to comply with EN54), then confirm the change.
  • Page 106: Relay Circuits Silence Option

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.12 Relay Circuits SILENCE Option This setting determines whether the internal sounder/relay circuits 3 and 4, if configured in hardware as relay circuits, are switched off when the SILENCE/RESOUND pushbutton is operated to silence the sounders.
  • Page 107: Lcd Backlight 'on' Duration

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.14 LCD Backlight ‘On’ Duration This setting determines the length of time that the backlight remains on (when not in alarm and with the mains supply present) after the last operation of a panel pushbutton (default is CONSTANT, i.e.
  • Page 108: Isolated Rs232 Port Set-up

    Isolated RS232 Interface Board, if fitted) can be configured for: a. 80-column printer. b. P40 printer (not supplied by HONEYWELL) c. A 3rd party link. This option is used to interface the panel with customised automatic equipment, e.g. a computer.
  • Page 109: Diagnostic Rs232 Port Set-up

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE (3RD PARTY OPTION) 3 If 3rd Party is selected, set the protocol version to match your usage. 4 Set the operating mode to match your usage. 5 If 3rd Party is selected, select whether the...
  • Page 110: Remote Fire Output Options

    If any of Outputs 1 to 4 are set to Sounder/Relay, then the Sounder or Relay function is selected by a hardware link as described in the XLS80e Series Installation and Commissioning Manual. IF OPTION 5 IS SELECTED: Note: After a circuit has been configured as a...
  • Page 111: Day/night Modes Configuration

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.19 Day/Night Modes Configuration This menu option is only available if a Fire Output been configured (see Section 11.18). settings allow configuration of the Day Mode two-stage investigation time, which delays operation of the fire output(s) (does not delay sounders, use the Control Matrix to do this).
  • Page 112: Extinguishing System

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 7 Select the required effect of a new alarm. 8 Select whether type SPRINKLER acts in the same way as type MCP. DAY MODE SETTINGS TAKE EFFECT 11.20 Extinguishing System This option sets various Extinguishing System parameters.
  • Page 113: Alarm Coincidence

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.21 Alarm Coincidence This menu may be Panel Settings option 21 or 22, depending upon whether the Day/Night Modes configuration option is present. Select the Zones level to be edited (where ‘level’ indicates the position on the Control Matrix ‘Multiple Zone Coincidence Rule’...
  • Page 114: Network Settings

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 11.22 Network Settings This option sets various parameters associated with the XLSNET (the first two are also provided at the end of an XLSNET setup procedure described in Appendix 3): 1 The interval for network background check is the time between ‘I exist’...
  • Page 115: User Menu At Level 3 Access

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 12 User Menu at Level 3 Access Access 3 Note: Menu options that can be accessed at level 2 are described in the XLS80e * * * Series Operating Manual 997-474. Some of the menus normally available at...
  • Page 116: Cmx Modules

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 12.1.1 CMX Modules 1 Select Individual device. 2 Select CMX modules. 3 Select the zone to which the module is allocated to view a list of modules in the zone (or ALL Zones to view details of all modules).
  • Page 117: Local Sounder Circuits

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 12.1.2 Local Sounder Circuits 1 Select the required sounder circuit. Circuits 3 and 4 are only available if they are configured as sounders in hardware. 2 The selected circuit operates. 3 The selected circuit stops operating.
  • Page 118: Virtual Output Points

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 12.1.4 Virtual Output Points An additional option to test Virtual Output points is available provided that the points are configured in a zone and that the fire panel is connected to third party equipment in Voice Alarm System mode.
  • Page 119: Bad Poll Log

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 12.2 Bad Poll Log This display identifies: a. The number of bad polls for each loop. b. The number of bad polls across the RS485 link, if the panel is on a network or has repeaters connected.
  • Page 120: Commissioning Mode For Mcs Sensors

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 12.5 Commissioning Mode for MCS Sensors MCS sensors incorporate an internal delay (approx 10 minutes) when they are set to sensitivity level L4 or L5. The latter is the default, thus to enable these sensors to be commissioned a test mode can be invoked which sets them to L3 for a defined time.
  • Page 121: Recommendations

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 13 Sensitivity & Alarm Delay Recommendations This section provides guidance in carrying out the procedures described in Sections 5.1.2.4, 5.1.2.5 and 5.1.4.5. It should be consulted in particular when modules are to have their sensitivities and delays adjusted, since the parameters vary according to the application.
  • Page 122: Module Delays

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Note: ‘Device Missing’ faults are reported immediately, but analogue level faults are delayed as above. You are advised to retain a delay on Fault and Pre-Alarm events (note that the same parameter is common to both), to allow for sensor ‘settling’...
  • Page 123: Master/slave Network

    XLSNET network, the Master/Slave network can still be used for repeaters as described in the XLSNET manual. 14.1 Introduction The XLS80e Series control panels can work either as stand-alone units or networked with The Master/Slave other control panels and repeaters. When...
  • Page 124: Number Of Zones On Network

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 14.1.1.2 Repeaters The network may include up to 31 Repeaters, but since the total number of stations cannot exceed 32 there will probably be fewer repeaters than this. For example, if there is a Master and three Slaves, then up to 28 Repeaters can be installed;...
  • Page 125: Information Distribution Via Network

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels On the Master/Slave network, remote network zones cannot be selected from a menu. When configuring the Control Matrix, the choice ‘Zones on this panel only/Zones on all network panels’ is given. If the latter option is chosen, the appropriate network zone number must be entered via the panel pushbuttons.
  • Page 126: Network Configuration Procedures

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 14.2 Network Configuration Procedures Each panel on the network must be configured with the following information: a. A list of all the stations on the network. b. Its own identity on the network (this panel).
  • Page 127: Station Type

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 14.2.1 Station Type All Stations in a Network have a number. When setting the station type for that number, follow these rules: a. Station number zero is always the Master panel - this cannot be changed.
  • Page 128: This Panel

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels TYPICAL ERROR MESSAGE: The following error messages may be displayed for a few seconds: a. ‘ERROR - Can’t change the type of THIS panel’. You cannot delete the panel which has a tick in the ‘this panel’ column, or change it to a repeater.
  • Page 129: Associate Repeaters With Panel

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 14.2.3 Associate Repeaters with Panel When a station type is selected as Repeater, the Repeater is associated by default with the Master panel. To change the association: 1 Use the pushbuttons to highlight the panel that the Repeater is currently associated with.
  • Page 130: Virtual Point Configuration

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 15 Virtual Point Configuration Virtual Points exist in an external system (e.g. a Voice Alarm Panel). Virtual Points communicate with the Fire Alarm Panel via an RS232 link (i.e. not via the loops) and are used as inputs to or outputs from the Control Matrix.
  • Page 131: Virtual Input Points

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 15.2 Virtual Input Points 1 Enter the point number. NUMERIC ENTRY, THEN 2 Enter a zone number. Virtual points must be allocated to a zone to be useable within the Control Matrix. If the point number entered in step 1 was for an existing point, it can be deleted by entering ‘0’.
  • Page 132: March

    XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Appendix 1 Upgrading the Panel Software Introduction Upgrading the XLS80e Series control panel Before attempting to software can be achieved relatively simply by upgrade your panel following the instructions below. For maximum software, first upload your security of the panel configuration, it is configuration file.
  • Page 133 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Appendix 2 Available Loop Device Types Device Types The following list shows Honeywell devices. Contact Honeywell’s Technical Department for device compatibility: EU Conventional Low Profile Ionisation TC805E1013 EU Analogue Low Profile Ionisation TC807E1011 Conventional Ionisation for Duct Probe...
  • Page 134 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels These modules may be further designated according to the type of equipment which they are supervising. Possible types are: For input (MMX types): a. MCP Manual call point b. MON General monitoring function c. SPRK Sprinkler switch monitoring d.
  • Page 135 XLSNET Network This procedure is performed at every panel on the network. 1.1 Off-line Configuration Tool The XLS80e Fire Panel Configuration Tool (PN: 020-558-XXX) is a complete package for off-line configuration preparation which includes networking. This is expected to be the normal method of configuring the network.
  • Page 136 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels Selection of the XLSNET Peer to Peer Configuration option displays a tabular-form screen (see left). The following procedure has to be carried out at every node on the network. To enter details for any node, proceed as follows:...
  • Page 137 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels 1.2.1 Location Text To enter a panel location description, use the pushbutton to move the cursor to the ‘Location’ column. Press the pushbutton to display the text editing screen. Enter the desired text for the panel (up to 32 characters - including spaces - are permissable).
  • Page 138 XLS80e Fire Alarm Control Panels If the RS485 PCB (PN: 020-479) is not fitted in the panel and you try to configure repeaters a fault tab is displayed. Make sure an RS485 PCB is correctly installed in any panel where repeaters are to be configured.

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