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  • Page 1 Technical Handbook Touchpoint Plus...
  • Page 2 Revision History Revision Comment Date Issue 01 First Issue and initial translations 30/05/2015 Issue 02 Added new chapters, new data and final translations 09/06/2015...
  • Page 3 Disclaimer In no event shall Honeywell be liable for any damages or injury of any nature or kind, no matter how caused, that arise from the use of the equipment referred to in this manual. Strict compliance with the safety procedures set out and referred to in this manual, and extreme care in the use of the equipment, are essential to avoid or minimise the chance of personal injury or damage to the equipment.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    3.1.7 Storage Conditions (With batteries) ................16 3.1.8 IP Rating ........................16 3.1.9 Construction ........................ 16 3.1.10 Touchpoint Plus Packaging ..................17 3.1.11 Packaging Components for Return to Manufacturer ........... 17 3.1.12 Disposal (WEEE Directive) ..................17 3.2 System Construction......................17 Chapter 4 –...
  • Page 5 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Contents 5.2.9 Relay Output Module Connections ................35 Chapter 6 – Touchpoint Plus Operating Instructions ............37 6.1 User Interface General ......................37 6.2 Menu Items and Access Levels ..................38 6.3 Touchscreen (Colour Resistive) ..................40 6.4 SD Card ..........................
  • Page 6 8.1 Routine Maintenance......................63 8.1.1 Weekly Checks ......................63 8.1.4 Exercising the Audio/Visual Alarm ................64 8.2 Testing the Touchpoint Plus System.................. 65 8.2.1 Introduction ......................... 65 8.2.2 Field Inputs Test ......................65 8.2.3 Cause and Effect Test ....................66 8.3 How to Replace a Faulty I/O Module ...................
  • Page 7: Chapter 1 - Important Safety Information

    Please check the product rating plate and look for the following marks to ensure that the supplied equipment is suitable for its intended location and purpose: Products bearing the CE mark conform to all applicable European Directives as stated on the Honeywell product specific EC Declaration of Conformity.
  • Page 8 Installation must be in accordance with the recognized standards of the appropriate authority in the country concerned. Refer to local, national and company regulations. Do not operate the Touchpoint Plus system or its components outside of their rated operating specification.
  • Page 9: Cautions

    Repair, or Recondition Honeywell gas detection systems. Important Personnel, who work on, or in the area of, the Touchpoint Plus Gas detection system must be made aware of the contents of Chapter 2 – Safety. Before unpacking the system, please read the documentation that accompanies it.
  • Page 10: Conventions Used

    1.1.2 Conventions Used The following conventions are used in this manual: ‘TPPL’ refers to the Touchpoint Plus Gas Detection System. ‘Start up’ refers to the action of switching on the system ready for use. ‘Restart’ refers to cycling the power off and then on again.
  • Page 11: Chapter 2 - Safety Hazards, Warnings And Cautions

    • Environmental hazards (toxic atmospheres) • Fire and Ignition hazards (Touchpoint Plus is not ATEX/IECEx Zone 1 certified, and cannot be used in flammable atmospheres, or where oxygen concentrations >25% v/v O 2.1.1 Warnings and Cautions Safety of this equipment is reinforced by the use of safety labels that are fixed to the equipment in a visible manner.
  • Page 12: Safety Hazards

    The following specific hazards are associated with the installation and use of this equipment: Danger – Ignition Hazard Touchpoint Plus is Not ATEX/IECEx certified, and it may only be installed in safe areas where there are no flammable atmospheres, and no oxygen concentrations >25% v/v O Warning –...
  • Page 13 Caution – Risk of Eye Injury Touchpoint Plus uses high energy AC and DC currents that may cause arcing and sparks if shorted out. Always wear eye protection when the enclosure is open. Caution – Risk of Hearing Damage Touchpoint Plus can be used to control loud alarms and sirens.
  • Page 14: Location And Description Of Warning Labels

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Safety Hazards, Warnings And Cautions 2.2 Location and Description of Warning Labels 2.2.1 Safety Warning Labels In accordance with the requirements of the European Standard EN 60825–1, appropriate warning labels are mounted in specified locations on the equipment. This is to indicate conditions under which the user could be subjected to electrical hazards.
  • Page 15: Electrical Hazards

    Read the relevant manual before beginning any operating or service procedures. • Only personnel trained and certified by Honeywell are authorised to service, fit or remove internal parts. • Only the minimum number of trained personnel, consistent with safety, should have access to the area while work is being carried out.
  • Page 16: Antistatic Precautions

    Safety Hazards, Warnings And Cautions 2.3.3 Antistatic Precautions As with all modern electronic circuits, the Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) in Touchpoint Plus systems utilise some static-sensitive components that can be severely damaged if subjected to static discharge. Static can be generated on the human body by friction or movement and is discharged through the first contacted route to earth.
  • Page 17: Product Compliance

    Please check the product rating plate and look for the following marks to ensure that the supplied equipment is suitable for its intended location and purpose: Products bearing the CE mark conform to all applicable European Directives as stated on the Honeywell product specific EC Declaration of Conformity.
  • Page 18: Conditions Of Use

    Using approved maintenance and servicing procedures. 2.5.1 Training of Personnel Honeywell and / or its distributors can provide training for operators and maintenance personnel. Personnel who have been trained in operation and maintenance shall be limited to carrying out only those procedures and tasks taught during the training course.
  • Page 19: Chapter 3 - System General Description

    Touchpoint Plus is rated IP65, which means that it is dustproof and can be subjected to low-pressure water without significant ingress. This makes it particularly suited to offices, control rooms and unheated boiler rooms.
  • Page 20: Figure 8. Tppl Controller Exploded View

    Technical Handbook System General Description Figure 8. TPPL Controller Exploded View Both the Touchpoint Plus and its optional expansion unit have the option for AC, DC and battery backup power supplies. Note: The expansion unit will be available from late 2015.
  • Page 21: Equipment Specification

    3.1 Equipment Specification 3.1.1 Power Requirements The Touchpoint Plus system is designed to operate on a single phase, 50 to 60 Hz, 110/220 V~ (AC) supply with a typical power consumption of less than 105 W. Alternatively it can be connected to an 18–32 V (DC) supply with typical power consumption less than 105W.
  • Page 22: Weights

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook System General Description 3.1.2 Weights Note: Based on one input module, two mA output modules, two output relays, SMPS and backup battery for the basic unit and expansion unit respectively. TPPL Basic Unit TPPL Expansion Unit System alone 8.5 Kg (18.7 lbs)
  • Page 23: Touchpoint Plus Packaging

    3.2 System Construction This figure shows the basic building blocks of the Touchpoint Plus system. The optional Expansion Unit will not have any of the items seen on the left hand (door) panel.
  • Page 24: Chapter 4 - System Mechanical Installation

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook System Mechanical Installation Chapter 4 – System Mechanical Installation The system can be directly wall-mounted or on an optional mounting fixture. Whichever method is chosen, the mounting must be sound, secure, and capable of supporting the weight of the enclosure plus the weight of any cables and glands.
  • Page 25: How To Open And Close The Enclosure

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook System Mechanical Installation 4.1 How to Open and Close the Enclosure 1) Ensure that it is safe to open the enclosure and, if necessary switch off and isolate electrical power. 2) Unscrew the two 3mm Hex socket security screws (1) until they become loose (2).
  • Page 26: Wall Mounting Requirements

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook System Mechanical Installation 4.2 Wall Mounting Requirements Minimum Ceiling Clearance 20 mm Minimum Wall Clearance 175.5 mm Figure 11. Installation Clearance Measurements Figure 12. Wall Mounting Template Figure 13. Wall and Plate Mounting Points You can use the wall mounting plate as its own template and location guide, and you should ensure that the mounting bolts are adjusted to fit the plate bayonet holes before fixing the plate to the wall.
  • Page 27: Wall Mount Fixings

    Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook System Mechanical Installation 4.2.1 Wall Mount Fixings You will require the following locally sourced items to install the Touchpoint Plus: Tool to undo the enclosure access handle security screws: • 3 mm Hex key Suggested Fixings to screw the enclosure to the wall only: •...
  • Page 28: Chapter 5 - Electrical Power Connection And Interfacing

    Protective earth is shown by the green symbol on the left. Warning Honeywell can accept no responsibility for any damage or injury caused by incorrect or faulty wiring. It is the customer’s responsibility to provide appropriate power supplies to the TPPL and detectors.
  • Page 29: Ac Power Supply

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing 5.1.1 AC Power Supply To confirm or alter the pre-set operating voltage, open the system front cover, locate the SMPS transformer on the left side and, if required, change the voltage selector using a screwdriver at the point shown by the...
  • Page 30: Dc Power Supply

    5.1.2 DC Power Supply It is possible to power the Touchpoint Plus controller directly from a DC 18 – 32 V supply without using AC supplies at all. However, batteries alone may quickly drop below the minimum DC 18 V requirement when under load.
  • Page 31: Cabling Requirements

    5.2.1 AC Mains Voltage Power Cables Use a properly rated AC power (mains) cable, certified and installed in accordance with local and national regulations. The Touchpoint Plus terminals will accept only copper wire sizes in the range 0.4 – 4 mm (solid core), 0.4 –...
  • Page 32: Optional Expansion Unit Connection (available Late 2015)

    +24 VDC +24 VDC Ground Bus Bar Ground Bus Bar Note: The SMPS is attached to chassis ground and does not need a separate ground connection. Figure 17. Connecting the Touchpoint Plus and Optional Expansion Unit to a Mains Supply...
  • Page 33: Main Module Connections

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing 5.2.5 Main Module Connections Input / Output Field device Label Terminal 24 VDC Power –DC Earth – — Channel Relay 001 — (Alarm, Fault, Warning Or Inhibit) — — Channel Relay 002 —...
  • Page 34: Figure 18. Dedicated Alarm Circuit Connections

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing Open Drain Figure 18. Dedicated Alarm Circuit Connections Reset (NO non-latched Sw.) Inhibit (NO latched Sw.) Figure 19. Optional Remote Reset and Inhibit Switch Connections resistance for a remote reset/inhibit switch is 18 Ω, i.e. ≤500 m of 1 mm Maximum R shielded cable.
  • Page 35: Ma Input Module Connections

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing 5.2.6 mA Input Module Connections Note: mA input channels are limited to 15 W per channel to a combined total of 40 W (68 W if Main Module Terminals 13 to 21 are not used). Sensors requiring more than 15 W (i.e. IR-F9 (Max 28W) must have their own power supplies.
  • Page 36: Figure 21. Three Wire Device Powered By An External Source

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing External 24 VDC Supply Figure 21. Three Wire Device Powered by an External Source Figure 22. Two Wire Device Powered by a mA Input Module External 24 VDC Supply Figure 23. Two Wire Device Powered by an External Source...
  • Page 37: Figure 24. Two Wire Device Barrier Device Powered By A Ma Input Module

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing BARRIER Figure 24. Two Wire Device Barrier Device Powered by a mA Input Module Note: For intrinsically safe (I.S.) field devices, please refer to the device manufacturer’s instructions for details of suitably approved I.S.
  • Page 38: Figure 27. Grounding For Screened And Armoured Cable With Plastic Junction Box And Sensor

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing Incoming Client Earth Junction Sensor Figure 27. Grounding for Screened and Armoured Cable with Plastic Junction Box and Sensor Incoming Client Earth Junction Sensor Figure 28. Grounding for Screened Cable with Plastic Junction Box and Sensor...
  • Page 39: Mv Input Module Connections

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing 5.2.7 mV Input Module Connections mV Input Channel Field device Label Terminal Identification Sensitive (+) Signal Sensitive (–) Sensitive (+) Signal Sensitive (–) Sensitive (+) Signal Sensitive (–) Sensitive (+) Signal Sensitive (–)
  • Page 40: Ma Output Module Connections (each)

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing 5.2.8 mA Output Module Connections (each) mA Output Channel Label Terminal Identification I– I– I– I– Table 9. mA Output Module Connections Figure 30. mA Output Module Connections...
  • Page 41: Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing le Connections 5.2.9 Relay Output Modu Relay Outputs Label Terminal Identification RLY 1 RLY 2 RLY 3 RLY 4 RLY 5 RLY 6 RLY 7 RLY 8 RLY 9 RLY 10...
  • Page 42: Figure 31. Relay States

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Electrical Power And Interfacing De-Energized Energized Figure 31. Relay States...
  • Page 43: Chapter 6 - Touchpoint Plus Operating Instructions

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions Chapter 6 – Touchpoint Plus Operating Instructions 6.1 User Interface General Figure 32. Touchpoint Plus Controller User Interface The User Interface panel (shown above) has: • A colour touchscreen for normal system operation, maintenance and configuration •...
  • Page 44: Menu Items And Access Levels

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.2 Menu Items and Access Levels The table below details the menu items and access levels for the User Interface. The password hierarchy is Administrator, then Engineer, then Operator. Broadly speaking, the Administrator can commission modules and configure channels, the Engineer can edit channel configuration and do calibration, and the Operator can interact with the system during normal day-to-day operation such as acknowledging and resetting events.
  • Page 45 MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions Menu Item Admin Engineer Operator Others  mA Input Channel      mV Input Channel      mA Output Channel      Relay Channel ...
  • Page 46: Touchscreen (colour Resistive)

    6.4 SD Card The SD card is used to store the system event history. Touchpoint Plus logs all events and all changes to input readings. A notification will be given when the SD card has less than 50 Mb of space remaining. If the card is not replaced with an empty one, or if space is not freed up, a further notification will be given when it is full and data is being overwritten.
  • Page 47: Normal Operation (safety Functions)

    6.5 Normal Operation (Safety Functions) During normal operation: • The Touchpoint Plus system will collect sensor data every 250 ms from its Input / Output modules • The Cause and Effect matrix will be evaluated every 250 ms, and commands sent accordingly to the appropriate output channels.
  • Page 48: Navigation - Inputs And Outputs Screens

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.6.2 Navigation – Inputs and Outputs Screens The icons in the navigation toolbar are used to toggle through the User Interface options, as shown in the table below. Channel Input screen: List View...
  • Page 49: Navigation - Active Events And Filtering

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.6.3 Navigation – Active Events and Filtering You can change the list type by using Filters from one of the Tile views: Key to Filters: • Red: Alarm • Yellow: Fault •...
  • Page 50: Navigation - Menu

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.6.4 Navigation – Menu User must have the appropriate access level password to enter Maintenance, Configuration and System test options. Note: The system will log out after a set period of inactivity. (The default authentication timeout is 15 minutes,...
  • Page 51: Navigation - Active Access Level Icons

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.6.5 Navigation – Active Access Level Icons You must enter a valid password to login. No one is logged in Operator is logged in Service engineer is logged in Administrator is logged in Note: The system will log out after a set period of inactivity.
  • Page 52: Reset A Latched Alarm

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions When an alarm is acknowledged the buzzer will be silenced and the alarm will stop flashing. Note: If a Relay Output channel has the Alarm Update function enabled, the alarm will be ignored for the Cause and Effect matrix once it is acknowledged.
  • Page 53: Acknowledging An Active Fault Or Warning

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.8.2 Acknowledging an Active Fault or Warning Note: Operator or higher level access is required. Note: Accept and Acknowledge have the same meaning in this context. An active fault or warning can be acknowledged by logging in and touching the Accept button for >1 second.
  • Page 54: Viewing Input Channels And Input Details

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Operating Instructions 6.10 Viewing Input Channels and Input Details From the Input screen, toggle the Home icon between Channel Tile>Channel Summary>Channel Output. 1) From the Input screen, select Channel List or Channel Tile. 2) A list of all input channels is shown in order of channel ID. The channel ID, gas name, status, min/max peak gas concentration and current reading will be shown.
  • Page 55: Viewing Output Channels

    3) The trend graph will be displayed. Note: Touchpoint Plus trend graph will retain the latest 8 hours of data but will be cleared after a power reset. Note: Touchpoint Plus does not adjust automatically for daylight savings time so Touchpoint Plus will retain a...
  • Page 56: To View Event History And Export

    To view the event history: select Menu>Information>Event History, press the Event icon. Note: Touchpoint Plus does not adjust automatically for daylight savings time so Touchpoint Plus will retain a backup of the earlier data if the clock is backdated (i.e. when ending daylight savings time).
  • Page 57: Chapter 7 - Commissioning

    The system start up sequence may last for up to 5 minutes depending on the number of channels in use. When start up is completed, Touchpoint Plus will display the Input screen, indicating the current status of the system. The Channel list view is shown below:...
  • Page 58: Date, Time And Language Settings

    4) Set the date, time and display format as required. 5) Touch Finish. Note: Touchpoint Plus does not adjust automatically for daylight savings time so Touchpoint Plus will retain a backup of the earlier data if the clock is backdated (i.e. when ending daylight savings time).
  • Page 59: Commission Input / Output Modules

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning 7.5 Commission Input / Output Modules 1) Login as an Engineer or Administrator. 2) Select Menu> Configuration>Module Control Panel. 3) Select an I/O module (a blue block) and touch ‘Add’. Select one of the listed I/O module types.
  • Page 60: Configuring A Channel (ma Input And Mv Input Channel)

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning New values can be entered in various ways: • Free text (i.e. channel tag) • Numeric keypad • Check / uncheck a box (i.e. to toggle an alarm between latching and non-latching) •...
  • Page 61: Editing A Configured Channel

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning 7.6.3 Editing a Configured Channel Note: There is a 15 minute ‘no-input’ timeout limit, after which you will be logged out and any unsaved changes will be lost. It may also be necessary to return to the System Setup screen and set the module to normal state.
  • Page 62: Editing Mv Input Channel Settings (in Pictures)

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning Please refer to Ch. 14 Compatible Sensors for a list of available detectors. You can also use the TPPL Sensor Catalog to select listed gases, or you can enter ‘User gas’ details if your gas is not listed.
  • Page 63: Editing Relay Output Channel Settings

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning Please refer to Ch. 14 Compatible Sensors for a list of available detectors. You can also use the TPPL Sensor Catalog to select listed gases, or you can enter Gas groups 1 to 8 if your gas is not listed.
  • Page 64: Editing Relay Output Channel Settings (in Pictures)

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning Set input channels and events to link the Relay Output channel and touch ‘Finish’. Check that all edited settings are correct and select ‘Apply’. Confirm that all edited settings are correct and select ‘Update’.
  • Page 65: Data Logging

    Always consider using multiple sensors at differing heights and locations, be aware that sudden draughts can cause sharp rises in %FSD, and always take other safety measures (i.e. wearing Honeywell personal gas alarms) before entering or working in the monitored location. To set or change Data Logging: 1) Log in as an Administrator or Engineer.
  • Page 66: Service Contact Settings

    4) Select ‘Finish’ and return to the Configuration menu. 7.10 Back up Configuration It is recommended you back up the Touchpoint Plus configuration once commissioning is completed. To back up the configuration: 1) If it is safe to do so, unscrew the handle security screws and open the enclosure door.
  • Page 67: Calibrating Mv Input Channels

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Commissioning 7.11 Calibrating mV Input Channels Caution – Alarm Inhibit Gas readings may be generated during this procedure. Disable or inhibit any operations or actions that may result from gas readings before starting this test.
  • Page 68: Calibrate Ma Input Channel Loops

    7.12 Calibrate mA input channel loops Warning Where the sensor or transmitter has the facility, the mA loop should always be calibrated at the Touchpoint Plus controller by forcing signal levels at the sensor / transmitter. Any gas calibration required must be carried out at the field device according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 69: Chapter 8 - Maintenance

    Wipe the Touchpoint Plus Controller with a soft damp cloth or PC Screen cleaner. • Check for dust contamination. • Periodically exercise the relays to confirm functionality (see Caution above). Caution Do not use solvent or abrasives to clean any part of the Touchpoint Plus System.
  • Page 70: Exercising The Audio/visual Alarm

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Maintenance 8.1.2 Exercising the Relays Relay output channels can be tested by forcing the relays to an active state: 1) Ensure that relay activated output systems (i.e. emergency deluge / sirens etc.) are isolated before starting the test.
  • Page 71: Testing The Touchpoint Plus System

    Warning The Touchpoint Plus system is not operational while in Test Mode, and all field device inputs will be ignored. Ensure that alternative safety arrangements are maintained during test, and ensure that Test Mode is exited as soon as testing is completed.
  • Page 72: Cause And Effect Test

    Maintenance 8.2.3 Cause and Effect Test During this test, all field device inputs will be ignored by the Touchpoint Plus system. The Cause and Effect matrix will be evaluated based on simulated input states and outputs will be generated. Caution Test outputs will be generated and relays will be activated during the Cause and Effect Test.
  • Page 73: How To Replace A Faulty I/o Module

    8.3 How to Replace a Faulty I/O Module A faulty I/O module can be replaced with another of the same type, without needing to reprogram the configuration. Touchpoint Plus will automatically copy over the configuration to the new module. Warning If the relays are switching mains voltages, hazardous live terminals may be present within the Relay Output Module even if the Touchpoint Plus system is isolated.
  • Page 74: How To Add A New I/o Module

    Technical Handbook Maintenance 8.4 How to Add a New I/O Module The Touchpoint Plus system can easily be expanded by adding new I/O modules. Anti–Static Precautions Antistatic Precautions are required to prevent severe damage to electronic components. Note: A module that has previously been configured in one system cannot be added to another system, unless it was correctly removed from the original system’s configuration.
  • Page 75: How To Update The Sensor Catalogue

    8.7 How to Backup / Restore configuration Caution You should always take a new back up of the Touchpoint Plus system configuration after changes are made and confirmed to be OK. Note: The Touchpoint Plus system remains available during this procedure.
  • Page 76: How To Update Firmware

    Firmware and software updates should normally be carried out only by a Honeywell trained Engineer or an Engineer trained in accordance with this Technical Manual. Caution Alternative site safety arrangements should be made during this procedure as the Touchpoint Plus system is not available during firmware updates, and they may take several minutes to complete. Caution Before starting the firmware update, confirm that the new User Interface module firmware is compatible with both the installed I/O Module firmware and the Main module (see below).
  • Page 77: How To Change The Sd Card

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Maintenance 8.9 How to Change the SD Card Note: The system can accept standard SD cards from 2 to 32 GB (FAT32), and will provide a notification when the card has less than 50 Mb of free space.
  • Page 78: How To Calibrate Mv Input Channels

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Maintenance 8.10 How to Calibrate mV Input Channels Catalytic sensors should be calibrated periodically according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. This should be a two-person job to avoid the controller timing out and losing the settings.
  • Page 79 MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Maintenance 6) View the reading until it is stable, and then touch ‘Apply’. 7) Confirm that the gas reading is stable, and touch ‘Next’. 8) Enter the concentration of the span gas and touch ‘Start’: When ready touch ‘Start’...
  • Page 80: Back Up Battery Maintenance

    The battery pack has circuitry that puts it into sleep mode to save power when it is not connected and running. Connecting it to a powered-up Touchpoint Plus causes the battery to change to active mode and it will function normally after a short booster charge.
  • Page 81: Return To Factory Default Settings

    Passwords are not changed when resetting to Factory Default settings. To reset the Touchpoint Plus to its Factory Default settings: 1) Log in as an Administrator. 2) Select Maintenance>Service Mode>Reset to Default. 3) If required, recommission the Touchpoint Plus system (Ch. 7 Commissioning).
  • Page 82: Chapter 9 - Troubleshooting

    The error messages are explained in Chapter 16: Fault Codes. Contact Honeywell Analytics Technical Support if an error appears repeatedly, if it cannot be cleared, or if it is not listed in Chapter 16: Fault Codes.
  • Page 83: Chapter 10 - Technical Specifications

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Technical Specifications Chapter 10 – Technical Specifications 10.1 Environmental Sealed enclosures are rated IP65 NEMA 4x, and can be installed indoors only in a Pollution Degree 2, 10 to 95 %RH Non-Condensing environment that affords total protection from rain, snow and direct sunlight.
  • Page 84: I/o Modules

    Max 0.4 W (Excludes power to mA detector) Supply voltage Vs (18 – 32 VDC) –*1.8 VDC (max) Field Device Power Supply Vmax ( — ) *Voltage drop in Touchpoint Plus at T Field Device Power Supply Power max 15 W...
  • Page 85: Relay Output Module

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Technical Specifications 10.3.4 Relay Output Module 12-channel Relay Output Module incorporating 12 single pole Description change over (SPDT) relays Power Consumption Maximum 2.6 W (with all relays energised) Relay Contacts (~ / — ) 5 A @ 250 VAC / 5 A @ 30 VDC Individually configurable for –...
  • Page 86: Enclosures

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Technical Specifications 10.5 Enclosures 10.5.1 Wall Mount Enclosure Material PC ABS Cable Gland Plug PG16 Environmental Protection IP65 (when fully closed and locked), NEMA 4x indoors Operating Humidity 10 to 90 %RH (non-condensing) Mounting Bracket W 423 x D 325 x H 16.5 mm –...
  • Page 87: Chapter 11 - Certifications

    AVERTISSEMENT La performance en conformité avec la CSA est valide uniquement lorsque l’appareil est connecté aux détecteurs de gaz catalytiques Honeywell modèle 705 ou à des détecteurs de gaz 4 – 20 mA dûment approuvés. 11.2 National and International Certificates of Compliance...
  • Page 88: Chapter 12 - Replacement Parts And Optional Extras

    Replacement Parts and Optional Extras Chapter 12 – Replacement Parts and Optional Extras The following replacement parts and optional extras are available to order, but Honeywell Analytics cannot accept responsibility for their incorrect fitment or use. All Honeywell supplied replacement parts are covered by the standard Honeywell warranty service.
  • Page 89: Chapter 13 - Tppl Configuration Information

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook TPPL Configuration Information Chapter 13 – TPPL Configuration Information The following table shows how your TPPL part number relates to your TPPL configuration, and it is this part number that provides valuable information to Technical Support if you need additional help.
  • Page 90: Chapter 14 - Glossary Of Icons

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Glossary of Icons Chapter 14 – Glossary of Icons Icon Description Icon Description Summary View Alarm Trend Graph Summary View Normal Processing Ok Summary View Processing Fail List View Cancel Tile View Scroll Output View Stop Scrolling Information Menu List Up History Information List Down...
  • Page 91 MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Glossary of Icons Icon Description Icon Description Low Battery Warning Critically Low Battery Gas Calibration Power Off View...
  • Page 92: Chapter 15 - Compatible Sensors

    Please refer to the respective sensor data sheets for more detailed information. Table 13. TPPL Gas Detectors Note: Touchpoint Plus is not currently approved as a fire or flame detection system, but this list will be expanded when its flammables capability is fully tested and certified.
  • Page 93: Chapter 16 - Configurable Parameter Reference Guide

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Configurable Parameter Reference Guide Chapter 16 – Configurable Parameter Reference Guide Default Measurement Parameter Name Parameter Description Applies to Read/Write Value units Alarm enable/disable. Alarm 1 Enable 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled Type of alarm function. Default is threshold. 0=Threshold, 1=STEL,...
  • Page 94 MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Configurable Parameter Reference Guide Default Measurement Parameter Name Parameter Description Applies to Read/Write Value units Default Range Full scale range conc. Detector Name Detector name per detector Formula Gas Name Formula for the target measuring gas...
  • Page 95 MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Configurable Parameter Reference Guide Default Measurement Parameter Name Parameter Description Applies to Read/Write Value units Upper mA input signal range to detect whether detector is inhibited or mA sensor Signal Inhibit Max not. only...
  • Page 96: Chapter 17 - Fault Codes

    MAN0984_Iss 2_06/15 Touchpoint Plus Technical Handbook Fault Codes Chapter 17 – Fault Codes Code Display in Event History Description Communication fault [B/D Type], Pos: xx, Code: xxx Internal communication fault Memory fault [B/D Type], Pos: xx, Code: xxx internal memory fault...
  • Page 97: Chapter 18 - List Of Figures

    Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Connections Figure 16. Connections for DC 24 V Supply Figure 17. Connecting the Touchpoint Plus and Optional Expansion Unit to a Mains Supply Figure 18. Dedicated Alarm Circuit Connections Figure 19. Optional Remote Reset and Inhibit Switch Connections Figure 20.
  • Page 98: Chapter 19 - List Of Tables

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