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FC7xx / FT724
Fire control panel / fire terminal

Operation Manual

IP6
A6V10211076_i_en_--
2015-12-15
Building Technologies
Control Products and Systems

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  • Page 1: Operation Manual

    FC7xx / FT724 Fire control panel / fire terminal Operation Manual Building Technologies A6V10211076_i_en_-- 2015-12-15 Control Products and Systems...

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    Issued by: Siemens Switzerland Ltd. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41 724-2424 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Edition: 2015-12-15 Document ID: A6V10211076_i_en_-- © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2008 2 | 184 Building Technologies A6V10211076_i_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents About this document ................9 Applicable documents ................10 Technical terms and abbreviations .............10 Revision history ..................11 How displays are represented in the document ..........13 Download center ..................13 Safety ....................14 Safety instructions ..................14 Safety regulations for the method of operation ...........16 Standards and directives complied with............18 Release Notes ...................18 Cyber security disclaimer ................18...

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    Entry of numbers and letters ..............37 Cerberus Remote operation modes ............38 Cerberus Mobile operation modes ............. 39 Operation ...................40 ALARM Procedure ..................40 ALARM procedure PMI with FBP [AU] ............42 Procedure in case of Fault ................. 44 Switching off / Switching on ...............

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    5.16 Entering the configuration ................92 5.17 Auto-configure station ................93 5.18 Auto-configure line ..................94 5.19 Enabling / Disabling Cerberus Remote ............96 5.20 Connecting Cerberus Remote ..............98 5.21 Setting up Cerberus Remote link with integrated IP ........99 5.22 Operating Cerberus Remote ..............99 5.23 Specifying the operation mode for Cerberus Mobile .........100 5.24 Enabling a smartphone ................100 5.25 Removing a smartphone ................101...

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    'Activating/deactivating' command group ..........123 Command group 'Information' ..............124 'Configuration' command group ..............124 'Maintenance' command group ..............125 'Report' command group ................126 Other commands ..................126 List of elements ................127 System description ................129 Overview ....................129 Topology ....................

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    Faults / Troubleshooting ..............174 System maintenance ................ 175 11.1 Maintenance recommendation ..............175 11.2 Opening the control panel [DE] ..............175 Glossary ....................176 Index ...................... 179 7 | 184 Building Technologies A6V10211076_i_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...

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  • Page 9: About This Document

    About this document Applicable documents 1 About this document Goal and purpose This document describes the operation of fire control panels and fire terminals in the fire detection system FS720. The reader shall understand the structure of a fire detection installation, the PMI setup and the functions in the overall system. This understanding makes an adequate behaviour possible in the event of fire or fault.

  • Page 10: Applicable Documents

    About this document Applicable documents Conventions for text marking Markups Special markups are shown in this document as follows: ⊳ Requirement for a behavior instruction Behavior instruction with at least two operation sequences – Version, option, or detailed information for a behavior instruction ⇨...

  • Page 11: Revision History

    About this document Revision history 1.3 Revision history The reference document's version applies to all languages into which the reference document is translated. The first edition of a language version or a country variant may, for example, be version 'd' instead of 'a' if the reference document is already this version. The table below shows this document's revision history: Version Edition date...

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    About this document Revision history Version Edition date Brief description 2013-11-14 Edition for IP5 Change to date format according to ISO 8601 New: PIN administration Cerberus Mobile Cerberus Mobile operation modes Specifying the operation mode for Cerberus Mobile Enabling a smartphone Removing a smartphone Polling the isolation time Expiry reminder for temporary switching-off...

  • Page 13: How Displays Are Represented In The Document

    1.5 Download center You can download various types of documents, such as data sheets, installation instructions, and license texts via the following Internet address: http://siemens.com/bt/download Enter the document ID in the 'Find by keyword' input box. κ You will also find information about search variants and links to mobile applications (apps) for various systems on the home page.

  • Page 14: Safety

    Safety Safety instructions 2 Safety 2.1 Safety instructions The safety notices must be observed in order to protect people and property. The safety notices in this document contain the following elements: ● Symbol for danger ● Signal word ● Nature and origin of the danger ●...

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    Safety Safety instructions How risk of injury is presented Information about the risk of injury is shown as follows: WARNING Nature and origin of the danger Consequences if the danger occurs ● Measures / prohibitions for danger avoidance How possible damage to property is presented Information about possible damage to property is shown as follows: NOTICE Nature and origin of the danger...

  • Page 16: Safety Regulations For The Method Of Operation

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

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

  • Page 18: Standards And Directives Complied With

    Safety Standards and directives complied with 2.3 Standards and directives complied with A list of the standards and directives complied with is available from your Siemens contact. 2.4 Release Notes Limitations to the configuration or use of devices in a fire detection installation with a particular firmware version are possible.

  • Page 19: Setup Of The Person Machine Interface

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface 3 Setup of the Person Machine Interface 3.1 PMI All ↑ stations (fire control panel or fire terminal) have an integrated operating unit. The operating unit includes the ↑ Person Machine Interface, through which the fire detection installation can be operated.

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    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Key switch (optional) ● An access level can be enabled with the key switch. ● The accessible access level is configurable. ● The key switch has two positions: On (horizontal position), Off (vertical position) <Alarm device>...

  • Page 21: Evac Nl

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface 3.1.1 EVAC NL Ontruimingsalarm Bedrijf Uitgeschakeld Totaal Storing Alarm Zoemer Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 IN/UIT Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Selecteer Zone 9 Start Zone 10 Stop 2x Figure 2: ↑...

  • Page 22: Key Switch (optional)

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface 3.1.1.1 Functions on the EVAC PMI Button Function Totaal alarm Pressing the button selects all EVAC zones Zoemer uit Silences the buzzer of the EVAC PMI Start Activates selected EVAC zones Stop Deactivates selected EVAC zones IN/UIT Switches selected EVAC zones on or off LED TEST...

  • Page 23: Other Alarms

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Person Machine Interface with FBP [AU] <Reset> Resets all events that can be reset (password required). <Alarm delay off> ● Switches off the alarm delay for all events. ● In the event of an alarm, the remote transmission or ↑ global alarming is activated immediately.

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    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Person Machine Interface with FBP [AU] FIRE BRIGADE PANEL CONTROL FUNCTION CONTROL FUNCTION ACTIVATED/CONFIRM. ACTIVATED 001 AAA FAULT/OFF FC72x-xx WARNING SYSTEM WARNING SYSTEM 001 ABC YYYY ACTIVATED SILENCED FAULT/OFF FIRE FAULT FIRE PROTECTION ACTIVATED ISOLATION FAULT/OFF SMOKE CONTROL...

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    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Person Machine Interface with FBP [AU] <Acknowledge> and ● <Acknowledge> acknowledges all events that can be acknowledged. <Premises manned> standard Confirms presence (AVC, IC). buttons ● <Premises manned> switches between 'Manned' and 'Unmanned' operation modes (PIN entry required). Opens the event list in the case of a "mixed"...

  • Page 26: Display

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Display 3.3 Display The display of the station has two displaying variants: ● Display without window – Normal view – Expanded ↑ visibility – 'Fire Brig. view' ● Display with window for following representations –...

  • Page 27: Extended View

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Display 3.3.2 Extended view The display of events, elements, etc., comprises two lines in 'Standard view'. The extended view shows a 4-line depiction of the selection. Additional information such as e.g. additional customer texts can be displayed this way. In the extended view there is a frame around four lines.

  • Page 28: Display With Window And Input Field

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Display 3.3.5 Display with window and input field The display with window and input field has one or several input fields for entering e.g. the PIN, an address or customer text. The figure below shows the display with an exemplary window with input field: Figure 6: Example of the display with window and input field 3.3.6 Display with window and command response The display with window and command response is open after a command has...

  • Page 29: Soft Keys

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Soft keys 3.4 Soft keys The figure below shows the part of the PMI including the softkeys. Button for softkey function Softkeys are buttons which you can use to carry out functions and which are displayed in the three fields of the softkey line on the display.

  • Page 30: Navigation Buttons

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Navigation buttons 3.5 Navigation buttons The following figure shows the navigation buttons in the ↑PMI: Figure 8: Navigation buttons ● The navigation buttons work in the same way as the arrow keys on a PC keyboard.

  • Page 31: Menu Button

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface LEDs Numeric entry Numeric entry is applicable in the following cases: ● PIN entry (password) ● Shortcuts (Menus) ● Address entry (Element ID) ● Parameter entry Alphanumeric entry The alphanumerical input is for entering customer text. 3.6.1 Menu button = <MENU>...

  • Page 32: Menu Structure

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Menu structure 3.8 Menu structure MAIN MENU Menu items / Functions Selection / window See page 'Message summary' 'Message summary' Message category Link [➙ 170] 'Functions' 'On / Off' 'Select element category' Link [➙ 45] 'Test' 'Select element category' 'Activate / Deactivate'...

  • Page 33: Cerberus Remote

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Cerberus Remote 3.9 Cerberus Remote Cerberus-Remote is software for the PC which can be used to display the ↑ Person Machine Interface of a ↑ 'Station' on the PC. For example, it can be used to access the ↑...

  • Page 34: Cerberus Mobile

    Setup of the Person Machine Interface Cerberus Mobile 3.10 Cerberus Mobile 'Cerberus Mobile' is an app for smartphones. Depending on the operation mode, Cerberus Mobile can be used either to display or to display and operate the ↑ 'Station'. For example it can be used to access the fire detection system for maintenance purposes.

  • Page 35: Operation Functions

    Operation functions Selection and opening / execution 4 Operation functions The following chapters contain descriptions of important functions for directly operating the ↑ site. You will find information on the system functions in the corresponding chapter. See also 1 System functions [➙ 111] 4.1 Selection and opening / execution After calling up the main menu and any other list, the first entry in the list is selected.

  • Page 36: Indication Of The Position And Length Of The List

    Operation functions Indication of the position and length of the list 4.3 Indication of the position and length of the list There is a vertical bar along the side of a list when the list is longer than can be indicated on the display.

  • Page 37: Entry Of Numbers And Letters

    Operation functions Entry of numbers and letters 4.6 Entry of numbers and letters You can use the keyboard to enter numbers and letters in input dialogs. Numeric entry ● The number of underscores corresponds to the number of possible positions for the entry.

  • Page 38: Cerberus Remote Operation Modes

    Operation functions Cerberus Remote operation modes 4.7 Cerberus Remote operation modes Cerberus-Remote has the following operation modes: ● 'Limited access (view only)' ● 'Full access (view/operation)' For both operation modes, an authorization must be configured on the ↑ 'Station'. In addition, a ↑ license key must be installed. The license key must support the Cerberus-Remote function.

  • Page 39: Cerberus Mobile Operation Modes

    Operation functions Cerberus Mobile operation modes 4.8 Cerberus Mobile operation modes Two operation modes can be specified for 'Cerberus Mobile' at the ↑ 'Station': ● 'Limited access (view only)' ● 'Full access (view/operation)' The operation mode must be configured at the 'Station'. 'Limited access (view only)' In this operation mode, 'Cerberus Mobile' displays ↑...

  • Page 40: Operation

    Operation ALARM Procedure 5 Operation In this part of the document you will find brief descriptions and detailed operation sequences for important functions of the fire detection installation. In addition, you can find your preferred procedures in the representation of exemplary operation sequences.

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    Operation ALARM Procedure Procedure in the event of alarm Step Action / Condition Consequence / Status Press <Acknowledge> on the ↑ Person ⇨ With 'AVC', countdown t2 for examining the cause Machine Interface of 'ALARM' starts Read top line on display ●...

  • Page 42: Alarm Procedure Pmi With Fbp [au]

    Operation ALARM procedure PMI with FBP [AU] 5.2 ALARM procedure PMI with FBP [AU] System without delayed alarm transmission (AVC) If your fire detection system has no delayed alarm transmission function ('AVC'), the variant 'Fire Brigade in mm:ss' in Step 2 (see below) does not apply. Prerequisite ●...

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    Operation ALARM procedure PMI with FBP [AU] Procedure in the event of alarm Step Action / Condition Consequence / Status Press <Acknowledge> on the Person ⇨ With 'AVC, countdown t2 for examining the cause Machine Interface of 'ALARM' starts Read top line on display ●...

  • Page 44: Procedure In Case Of Fault

    Operation Procedure in case of Fault 5.3 Procedure in case of Fault Step Action Press <Silence buzzer> on the ↑ Person Machine Interface Read message/fault location on the display Go to the fault location Eliminate the cause of the fault A list of possible 'Faults' and how they are eliminated can be found in the chapter 'Faults / Troubleshooting'.

  • Page 45: Switching Off / Switching On

    Operation Switching off / Switching on 5.4 Switching off / Switching on WARNING System parts that have been switched off make it impossible to acquire and process alarms or faults! Fire may spread unhindered. ● Deploy staff to monitor the deactivated area. ●...

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on ↑ Switching off a detector zone 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Functions'.  The 'Functions' window is open. 2. Select 'On / Off'.  A list of all element categories on which a command of the 'On / Off' command group can be executed is indicated.

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on Enter address Zone --------- Confirm with <ok>/Exit with <C> Delete with <Cursor up> Continue with <ok> without entering an address κ Zones Zone Power supply room Zone EDP room, false floor Zone EDP room Zone Office 21 Execute...

  • Page 48: Switching A Detector Off / On

    Operation Switching off / Switching on 5.4.2 Switching a detector off / on If a deactivated 'Detector' is the only 'Detector' in a 'Zone' or if all 'Detectors' in a 'Zone' are deactivated, the 'Zone' is indicated as deactivated. You will find information on temporarily ↑ switching off detectors in chapter 'Temporary switching-off [➙...

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on 001 Element Detection tree Area Portaphone AG Lower Execute level Commands Select 'Area 1', continue with 'Lower level' <Softkey 2> κ Elements Area 1 Portaphone AG Section Ground floor Section 1st floor Section 1st floor / EDP room Section 2nd floor Upper...

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on Selecting option Execute commands Jump to link Show details Select 'Execute commands' option, continue with <ok> κ Select command Activate alarm indicator Deactivate alarm indicator WARNING! System parts that have been switched off make it impossible to κ...

  • Page 51: Temporary Switching-off

    Operation Switching off / Switching on 5.4.3 Temporary switching-off Temporary switching-off is only possible at level 'Area', 'Section', 'Zone', or 'Detector'. Override for different settings If a detector has been temporarily isolated and its 'Zone' has been permanently isolated, the detector is also permanently isolated. If a detector has been temporarily isolated and its 'Zone' has been temporarily isolated, the time limit for the isolation of the 'Zone' also applies for the detector.

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on Select command All zones ON All zones OFF/timer MCP zones OFF Non-MCP zones ON Non-MCP zones OFF WARNING! System parts that have been switched off make it impossible to κ acquire and process alarms or faults! Select 'All zones OFF/timer' and confirm with <ok>.

  • Page 53: Switching Off / On The Remote Transmission Fire

    Operation Switching off / Switching on 5.4.3.1 Polling the isolation time If a 'Zone' or 'Detector' level is temporarily switched off, you can poll the remaining switching-off time at the ↑ 'Station'. 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Message summary' > 'Isolations'. 2.

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on ↑ Switching off ↑ 'RT Fire' 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Topology'.  The three partial topology trees are listed. 2. Select ↑ 'Control tree'.  The 'Select element category' window is open. 3. Select the 'Alarmg.' list item. ...

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on 004 Elements Alarmg. 1 Standard alarming controls IntS.Ct Internal sounder RT fire Remote transmission channel FIRE ExtS.Ct External sounder RTfault Remote transmission channel FAULT Upper Lower Execute level level Commands Select 'RT fire', continue with <ok> κ...

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    Operation Switching off / Switching on Select command Set customer text Activate Time limited activation WARNING! When the remote transmission Fire has been switched off, the κ fire brigade cannot be called up in the event of fire! Select 'OFF' command continue with <ok>...

  • Page 57: Switching Off Alarm Activation

    Operation Switching off / Switching on 5.4.5 Switching off alarm activation WARNING! System parts that have been switched off make it impossible to acquire and process alarms or faults! You can ↑ switch off the fire detection installation alarm activation for specific elements with this function. Faults such as the removal of a detector are nevertheless evaluated and displayed.

  • Page 58: Log In / Change Access Level

    Operation Log in / Change access level 5.5 Log in / Change access level You can enable an 'Access level' by entering your PIN in the PIN entry dialog, or by pressing <ok>. Alternatively you can use the key switch (optional) to release an Access level.

  • Page 59: Switching Between 'manned' / 'unmanned' Operation Modes

    Operation Switching between 'Manned' / 'Unmanned' operation modes 5.7 Switching between 'Manned' / 'Unmanned' operation modes The 'Manned operation' or 'Unmanned operation' operation modes have an impact on the processing of 'ALARM' and 'Fault'. You will find information on the operation mode in the chapter in account.

  • Page 60: Changing Visibility

    Operation Changing visibility 5.8 Changing visibility See also 1 Visibility [➙ 118] 5.8.1 Deactivating standby 'PMI standby visibility' cannot be activated manually. The 'Deactivate standby visibility' command is only available once the monitored 'Station' or the ↑ management station is back in normal operation. ϖ...

  • Page 61: Activating / Deactivating Expanded Visibility

    Operation Changing visibility 5.8.2 Activating / deactivating expanded visibility The 'Activate expanded visibility' function can be assigned to a favorite to make it easier to find. Activation can be configured depending on the condition. Activating the function 'Expanded visibility' ϖ The ↑ 'Station' is configured for 'Expanded visibility'. 1.

  • Page 62: Main Menu / Open Menu Item

    Operation Main menu / Open menu item 5.9 Main menu / Open menu item Opening 'Main menu' 1. Press the <Menu> button.  The PIN input dialog is indicated. 2. Enter your PIN and confirm with <ok> or confirm with <ok> without entering the PIN.

  • Page 63: Execute Commands - General

    Operation Execute commands – Basics 5.10.1 Execute commands – General Example for the execution of commands 1. Select a command category such as 'Function On/Off' by pressing the <softkey 1> in the 'Main menu' or the 'Functions' main menu item. ...

  • Page 64: Execute Commands - Object-oriented

    Operation Execute commands – Basics 021 Zones Zone Power supply room Zone EDP room, false floor Zone EDP room Zone Office 21 Execute Show Commands Topology Select a ↑ zone and press 'Execute Commands' <softkey 1>. κ Select command OFF/timer 'Select a command, e.g.

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    Operation Execute commands – Basics Topology Access level 2.1 Exit with <C> Detection tree Hardware tree ↑ Control tree Function Function On/Off test Select 'Detection tree', continue with <ok> κ 001 Element Detection tree Area Portaphone AG Lower Execute level Commands Select ''Area 2', continue with 'Lower level' <softkey 2>...

  • Page 66: Executing Commands - Function-oriented

    Operation Execute commands – Basics 002 Elements Zone 1 Reception hall Detect. Main entrance Detect. Reception Upper Execute level Commands Select 'Detect. 1', continue with 'Execute Commands' <softkey 3> κ Select command Activate alarm indicator Deactivate alarm indicator Select 'OFF' command continue with <ok> κ...

  • Page 67: Hide Command Confirmation Message

    Operation Execute commands – Basics 5.10.4 Hide command confirmation message After entering a command, two windows with command confirmation messages confirm the execution of the command as well as afterwards the successful execution. When the execution duration of a command is very short, the command confirmation message is immediately shown, including a message about the successful command execution.

  • Page 68: Selecting Elements Or Events

    Operation Selecting elements or events 5.11 Selecting elements or events The objective of selecting an element or event is e.g. the detailed and information indication, the configuration or command entry applied to the selection. 5.11.1 Select events All events that have occurred in the fire detection installation are stored in the event memory .

  • Page 69: Selection In The Topology

    Operation Selecting elements or events Using the softkeys to limit the selection of all events indicated You can use the 'Select Event category' softkey to select an event category and then enter the date or timespan. Select event category ALARM Pre-ALARM Fault Isolation...

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    Operation Selecting elements or events Navigating in an exemplary ↑ 'Detection tree' Topology Access level 2.1 Exit with <C> Detection tree Hardware tree ↑ Control tree Function Function On/Off test 'Control tree' selection κ  The control tree includes three elements. 003 Elements Control tree ↑...

  • Page 71: Searching For Elements

    Operation Selecting elements or events 5.11.3 Searching for elements An 'Element search' makes it possible to view the details of an element or to enter commands applicable to an element. There are two variants for 'Element search': ● Search by category ●...

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    Operation Selecting elements or events Selecting element category Area ↑ Section Zone Sounder Fire control group Select e.g. 'Zone', continue with <ok> κ Enter address Zone 2-------- Confirm with <ok>/Exit with <C> Delete with <Cursor up> Enter e.g. 2, continue with <ok> κ...

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    Operation Selecting elements or events Search by address The tables below indicate steps of the 'Element search' with 'Start with address': Element search Access level 2.1 Exit with <C> Start with category Start with address Function Function On/Off test Select 'Start with address', continue with <ok> κ...

  • Page 74: Testing

    Operation Testing 5.12 Testing 5.12.1 Testing detectors The 'Detector test' is a hardware function test for the devices and their assignment to ↑ 'Detection tree'. The 'Detector test' function can be carried out on the levels 'Zone', ↑ 'Section' or 'Area'.

  • Page 75: Carrying Out An Installation Test

    Operation Testing 5.12.2 Carrying out an installation test As in the 'Installation test' all functions of the complete fire detection installation including the 'Fire control' and alarming are tested, you must take appropriate actions. The 'Installation test' can be carried out at 'Area' or ↑ 'Section levels. WARNING During the system test, the alarming and fire control are activated! Personal injury resulting from extinguishing activation...

  • Page 76: Control Test

    Operation Testing 5.12.4 Control test The 'Control test' checks the function of configured controls. During the 'Control test', the controls function in the same way as during normal operation; however, the hardware is not actuated. The ↑ effects of the controls, e.g., the actuation of digital outputs and the sounders or the execution of commands is ensured, but the respective hardware receives no signal and is thus not activated.

  • Page 77: Testing Indicators

    Operation Testing 5.12.5 Testing indicators The display test is a functional hardware check for the following indication elements: ● Display ● LEDs ● Buzzer At the same time, indication and operation devices that have been installed as options, e.g. the mimic display driver or fire brigade operating panels, are activated by commands if they offer the possibility of performing a display test.

  • Page 78: Activation / Deactivation / Reset

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset 5.13 Activation / Deactivation / Reset You can activate and deactivate outputs, for example 'Sounders'. Channel inputs, e.g. detectors, may be activated but not deactivated. These can be reset after activation. When 'Fire controls' is activated, this triggers smoke dampers, elevators, system equipment, and extinguishing equipment (including those with extinguishing gases), for example.

  • Page 79

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset The example below shows navigation in ↑ 'Detection tree' to select a detector and activate the alarm indicator: Topology Access level 3 Exit with <C> Detection tree Hardware tree ↑ Control tree Function Function On/Off test Select 'Detection tree', continue with <ok>...

  • Page 80

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset Element Zone 11 1st floor / EDP room Detect. EDP room, false floor Upper Lower More level level Options Select element 'Detect. 1', continue with 'More Options' <softkey 3> κ Selecting option Execute commands Jump to link Show details Select 'Execute commands' option, continue with <ok>...

  • Page 81: Deactivating / Activating Alarm Devices

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset 5.13.2 Deactivating / Activating alarm devices In the event of an alarm, the ↑ alarm devices are active and the corresponding LED on the ↑ PMI is on. Display on the ↑ Person Machine Interface <Alarm device>...

  • Page 82: Activating / Resetting Zone

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset Activating deactivated ↑ alarm devices Press <Alarm device> again. κ  Alarm devices are activated. PMI with FBP [AU]: Press <Silence Alarm> again. κ  Alarm devices are activated. When activated alarm devices have been deactivated after an alarm event, they are automatically re-activated when a new alarm event occurs.

  • Page 83

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset Example for the activation of a 'Zone' Functions Access level 2.2 Exit with <C> On / Off Configuration Test Maintenance Activate / Deactivate All functions Information Function Function On/Off test Select 'Activate / Deactivate' function in the main menu, continue with <ok> κ...

  • Page 84

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset  Command response Execute command Activate Command executed After successful activation of a 'Zone', the event 'ALARM'' is shown on the display: Fire Brigade requested 001 ALARM Zone Manual FIRE ALARM FSE zone 1 Execute Show More...

  • Page 85: Activating / Deactivating Fire Control

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset 5.13.4 Activating / deactivating fire control Activating a 'Fire control' 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Functions'.  The 'Functions' menu is open. 2. Select 'Activate / Deactivate'.  A list of all element categories on which a command of the 'Activate / Deactivate' command group can be executed is indicated.

  • Page 86

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset Enter address Fire ct 1-------- OUTFire 1-- Confirm with <ok>/Exit with <C> Delete with <Cursor up> E.g. continue with <ok> without entering an address κ OUTFire OUTFire Lakeside corridor OUTFire Mountain side corridor OUTFire Lakeside corridor OUTFire Elevator shaft 1st floor...

  • Page 87: Activating Evac Controls

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset 5.13.5 Activating evac controls 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Functions'.  The 'Functions' window is open. 2. Select 'Activate / Deactivate'.  A list of all element categories on which a command of the 'Activate / Deactivate' command group can be executed is indicated.

  • Page 88

    Operation Activation / Deactivation / Reset Due to the fact that in this example only one 'Evac control' has been configured, there is no selection window for selecting 'Evac control' after confirmation with <ok> without address entry. Select command Activate/ALERT+EVAC Activate/EVAC Activate/ALERT Deactivate...

  • Page 89: Show Information

    Operation Show information 5.14 Show information 5.14.1 Polling alarm counters / remote transmissions The fire control panel has functions that count alarm events. The number of all alarms can be called up using alarm counter. There are three different types of alarm counters: ●...

  • Page 90: Polling The Ip Address Of The 'station

    Operation Show information ↑ Polling the RT counter 1. Press 'Functions' > 'All functions' in the main menu.  The 'Select element category' window is open. 2. Select the 'RT control' element category.  The 'Enter address' window is open. 3.

  • Page 91: Polling Reports

    Operation Polling reports 5.15 Polling reports You can poll the following 'Reports' for the elements ↑ 'Reports', 'Station', 'Module', or 'Line' in the 'Device' menu: ● 'Report SW version'/software version: Information on all firmware updates is displayed in the FS720 system. There may be multiple software versions available for one element.

  • Page 92: Entering The Configuration

    Operation Entering the configuration Selecting a 'Module' from a list 1. Continue without entering an address and confirm with <ok>.  The list of all 'Modules' is displayed. 2. Select a 'Module'. 3. Press the 'Execute Commands' softkey.  The 'Select command' window is open. 4.

  • Page 93: Auto-configure Station

    Operation Auto-configure station 5.17 Auto-configure station With the 'Auto-configure station' function you can commission a newly installed ↑ 'Station' immediately and without any additional settings. NOTICE Overwriting an existing configuration An existing customer-specific configuration is lost. ● First save an existing customer-specific configuration. The 'Auto-configure station' process takes a few minutes, depending on the ↑...

  • Page 94: Auto-configure Line

    Operation Auto-configure line 5.18 Auto-configure line The 'Line' element category in the 'Maintenance' menu facilitates the reading-in of the current topology, for example. This creates part of the elements in the ↑ 'Detection tree'. NOTICE Overwriting an existing configuration Parts of an existing customer-specific configuration are lost. ●...

  • Page 95

    Operation Auto-configure line Example of ↑ auto-configuration Main menu Access level 3 Exit with <C> Message summary Element search Functions Event memory Favorites Login/logout Topology Settings/administration Function Function On/Off test Select 'Topology', continue with <ok> κ Topology Access level 3 Exit with <C>...

  • Page 96: Enabling / Disabling Cerberus Remote

    Operation Enabling / Disabling Cerberus Remote 007 Elements Module 2 C-NET line card (onboard/FCL2001) Line Line Line Line Line Line Line Line Upper Lower More level level Options Select 'Line 1', continue with 'More Options' <softkey 3> κ Selecting option Execute commands Show details Select 'Execute commands', continue with <ok>...

  • Page 97

    Operation Enabling / Disabling Cerberus Remote Enabling Cerberus-Remote ϖ ↑ License key is installed. 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Functions'.  The 'Functions' window is open. 2. Select 'Maintenance' and confirm with <ok>.  A list of all element categories on which a command of the 'Maintenance' command group can be executed is indicated.

  • Page 98: Connecting Cerberus Remote

    Operation Connecting Cerberus Remote 5.20 Connecting Cerberus Remote Cerberus-Remote can only ever be connected with one ↑ 'Station' at a time. The connection can be established locally or via the 'Global Access Point' (GAP). For this purpose, there must be a ↑ license key installed in the 'Station' that is to be displayed with Cerberus-Remote.

  • Page 99: Setting Up Cerberus Remote Link With Integrated Ip

    ϖ Start Cerberus-Remote as its own application (FX2020) and not from the corresponding task card in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool (FX2030). 1. Right-click the link in 'Start' > 'Siemens' > 'FX2020' > … to go to the executable 'Cerberus-Remote' file and copy the link to the clipboard or an editor.

  • Page 100: Specifying The Operation Mode For Cerberus Mobile

    Operation Specifying the operation mode for Cerberus Mobile 5.23 Specifying the operation mode for Cerberus Mobile Specification of operation mode on the ↑ 'Station' The 'Cerberus Mobile' element must be configured manually in Cerberus- Engineering-Tool' for a ↑ 'Station'. You can configure a permanent operation mode for 'Cerberus Mobile' in 'Cerberus-Engineering-Tool'.

  • Page 101: Removing A Smartphone

    Operation Removing a smartphone 1. Select 'Client' or, in the 'Message summary' main menu, select the 'Information' menu followed by 'Client'. 2. Press the 'Execute Commands'' softkey. 3. Optional: Select the 'Set customer text' command. 4. Optional: Enter the required Customer text for the smartphone and confirm with <ok>.

  • Page 102: Polling / Deleting The Event Memory

    Operation Polling / Deleting the event memory 5.26 Polling / Deleting the event memory As an alternative to the indication of the event memory on the ↑ 'Station', the data of the event memory may also be transmitted to a PC in a standard format. To do so, a PC with a configuration tool must be connected to the 'Station'.

  • Page 103: Settings / Administration

    Operation Settings / Administration 5.27 Settings / Administration 5.27.1 Change language Depending on the country-specific ↑ BDV, either one or two firmware languages are integrated. Preferred language The preferred firmware language is specified when creating the ↑ 'Site' in Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. The preferred language is displayed each time the 'Site' configuration has been loaded into the 'Station' and each time the 'Station' is restarted.

  • Page 104: Pin Administration

    Operation Settings / Administration 5.27.2 PIN administration You can change an existing PIN and create a new PIN or delete a PIN with the corresponding authorization. PIN administration not available If PIN administration is not available at the station, you must configure the PINs in Engineering Tool.

  • Page 105: Setting The Buzzer Sound Level

    Operation Settings / Administration 'Delete PIN' ϖ PIN is present. ϖ You have the required authorization level. 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Settings/administration' > 'Manage PINs'. 2. Select 'Delete PIN'. 3. Enter the PIN in accordance with the input fields and confirm with <ok>. ...

  • Page 106: Adjusting The Display Brightness

    Operation Settings / Administration 5.27.4 Adjusting the display brightness You can set the display brightness on five levels between 'Off', 25 %, and 100 %. 'Change display brightness' 1. Select 'Main menu' > 'Settings/administration' > 'Display settings'.  The 'Display settings' window is open. 2.

  • Page 107: Entering/changing Customer Text

    Operation Entering/Changing customer text 5.28 Entering/Changing customer text You can enter customer text for any element on the control panel, independently of Cerberus-Engineering-Tool. Once customer text has been entered or changed, the updated display is only shown the next time the element is accessed. Entering or changing customer text does not lead to a reboot.

  • Page 108

    Operation Insert printing paper Replacing the paper roll 1. Remove the reel of the old paper roll. 2. Insert the new paper roll as shown in the figure below. Please make sure that the side that will be unwound is at the back of the drum, corresponding to the dashed line in the figure below.

  • Page 109

    Operation Insert printing paper Figure 12: Closing printer Figure 13: Printer is ready 109 | 184 A6V10211076_i_en_-- Building Technologies Fire Safety 2015-12-15...

  • Page 110: Switching Off The Printer

    Operation Switching off the printer 5.30 Switching off the printer You can ↑ switch off the printer with a command. ↑ Switching off the printer 1. Press <Menu>.  The main menu is open. 2. Press 'Function On/Off' <softkey 1>. ...

  • Page 111: System Functions

    System functions Note on the configuration of the local fire detection installation 6 System functions See also 1 Event categories [➙ 168] 6.1 Note on the configuration of the local fire detection installation Each fire detection system is individually configured. The configuration has an impact on the operation.

  • Page 112: Operating Condition

    System functions Operating condition 6.2 Operating condition A fire detection installation is ready for operation when the fire control panel is supplied with energy and no other operation condition is indicated. As soon as an event occurs in the ↑ 'Station' which deviates from operational readiness, this event is indicated and the 'Station' changes to the condition corresponding to the type of event.

  • Page 113: Isolation

    System functions Normal operation 6.3.2 Isolation You can ↑ switch off 'Zones' with automatic or non-automatic detectors in special situations, e.g., during construction work. When parts of the fire detection installation are switched off, the fire detection installation is in 'ISOLATION' condition and operation mode. The 'ISOLATION' LED on the Person Machine Interface is on.

  • Page 114: Test

    System functions Test 6.5 Test 6.5.1 Detector test The 'Detector test' is a hardware function test for the devices and their assignment to ↑ 'Detection tree'. In 'Detector test' the fire detection installation has the following properties: ● The automatic detectors are set to high sensitivity. ●...

  • Page 115: Walk Test

    System functions Test 6.5.3 Walk test The 'Walk test' is a hardware function test for the devices and their assignment to ↑ 'Detection tree'. Additionally, the activation of 'Sounders' is tested. In 'Walk test' test mode the fire detection installation has the following properties: ●...

  • Page 116: Isolation

    System functions Isolation 6.6 Isolation You can ↑ switch off 'Zones' with automatic or non-automatic detectors in special situations, e.g., during construction work. When parts of the fire detection installation are switched off, the fire detection installation is in 'ISOLATION' condition and operation mode. The 'ISOLATION' LED on the Person Machine Interface is on.

  • Page 117

    System functions Access level and access rights The following table shows examples of main menu items and the access levels needed for execution Main menu item Required access level 'Message summary' 'Functions' 1, 2,1, 2,2, 3, depending on the function 'Favorites' 1, 2,1, 2,2, 3, depending on the favorite 'Topology'...

  • Page 118: Pin Input Dialog

    System functions Visibility 6.8.1 PIN input dialog The 'Login/logout' main menu item opens the PIN input dialog. The access level in account is released by entering a valid PIN. The PIN input dialog is indicated automatically if the activation of a button on the ↑...

  • Page 119: Standby Visibility

    System functions Visibility 6.9.1 Standby visibility The ↑ 'Station' with the 'PMI standby visibility' configuration monitors one or more other 'Stations', or a ↑ management station in the configured ↑ visibility. ● When the fire detection installation is in normal operating condition, 'PMI standby visibility' is deactivated.

  • Page 120: Commands With Required Access Levels

    Commands with required access levels 'Switching on/off' command group 7 Commands with required access levels Certain commands that are listed in this chapter can only be executed by the service technician or someone with access level 3. You will find a description of these specific commands in document A6V10210416.

  • Page 121: Command Zone 'test

    Commands with required access levels Command zone 'Test' Command Element category (short) Element category (long) Access level All zones OFF Area, Section Area, Section All zones OFF/timer Area, Section Area, Section All zones ON Area, Section Area, Section Alarm evaluation OFF Area, Section, Zone Area, Section, Zone Fire related controls OFF...

  • Page 122

    Commands with required access levels Command zone 'Test' Command Element category (short) Element category (long) Access level Installation test END Area Area Section Section Zone Zone Control test RT fire RT fire control RTfault RT fault control RT 1 … RT 8 RT 1 control …...

  • Page 123: Activating/deactivating' Command Group

    Commands with required access levels 'Activating/deactivating' command group 7.3 'Activating/deactivating' command group Command Element category (short) Element category (long) Access level Activate Zone Zone RT fire RT fire control RTfault RT fault control RT 1 … RT 8 RT 1 control … RT 8 control UniEvac Universal evac control Fire gr...

  • Page 124: Command Group 'information

    Commands with required access levels Command group 'Information' 7.4 Command group 'Information' Command Element category (short) Element category (long) Access level Poll alarm counter Area Area AL cnt. Counter control Show active detectors Zone Zone Poll RT counter RT fire RT fire control RTfault RT fault control...

  • Page 125: Maintenance' Command Group

    Commands with required access levels 'Maintenance' command group 7.6 'Maintenance' command group Command Element category (short) Element category (long) Access level Reset module Module Module Accept replaced devices Line Line Device replace mode ON Detect. Detector Device replace mode OFF Detect.

  • Page 126: Report' Command Group

    Commands with required access levels 'Report' command group Command Element category (short) Element category (long) Access level Device Device Enable raw data logging, set 3 Disable raw data logging Device Device Enable line diagnosis Line (C-NET) Line (C-NET) Update incompatible Station Station firmware...

  • Page 127: List Of Elements

    List of elements 8 List of elements Element short text / long text Definition 'Area' / Highest level in operation FC20xx / FT2040 list of elements ↑ 'Detection tree', ↑ alarm organization level 'Area' ↑ 'Section' / 2nd level in the 'Detection tree', section of a building (e.g., room, floor, staircase), enabling unambiguous identification and location of 'Section' a fire alarm...

  • Page 128

    List of elements Element short text / long text Definition 'Station' / 'Station' network 'Station' 'Printer' / 'Station' printer 'Printer' 'Station' / Highest level in 'Hardware tree', control panel 'Station' 'Module' / 2nd level in the 'Hardware tree' 'Module' 'Line' / 3rd level in the 'Hardware tree', primary detection line 'Line' 'Device' /...

  • Page 129: System Description

    System description Overview 9 System description This part of the document includes information on the setup and functions of the fire detection installation. 9.1 Overview Acquisition ►► Evaluation ►► Alarming and control Figure 14: Graphic representation of a fire detection system ↑...

  • Page 130

    System description Overview Evaluation of the system events The fire control panel has comprehensive monitoring and self-monitoring functions. Deviations from the normal operation mode are recognized as a system event. System events are allocated to the following event categories: Event category for system Typical example Activation/cause events...

  • Page 131: Topology

    System description Topology 9.2 Topology The configuration of an 'FS720' fire detection installation is created in the following structure trees: ● 'Hardware tree' ● ↑ 'Detection tree' ● ↑ 'Control tree' ● 'Operation tree' ● 'Network tree' The structure is created by installing in the building and configuring the fire detection installation.

  • Page 132: Detection Tree

    System description Topology 9.2.2 Detection tree The ↑ 'Detection tree' is an image of the geographic and functional conditions in a ↑ 'Site'. It is adapted to the building structure and room use. The 'Detection tree' is independent from the line arrangement of the detector network. 'Detection tree' elements and typical representation ●...

  • Page 133

    System description Topology 9.2.2.1 Elements of the detection tree ↑ 'Area' ● 'Area' typically corresponds to a building. ● 'Area' combines ↑ 'Sections' which are subject to the same 'Manned operation'/'Unmanned operation' operation mode. ● 'Area' actuates the ↑ alarming equipment (acoustic and ↑ optical alarm devices as well as remote transmission).

  • Page 134

    System description Topology 9.2.2.2 Operation modes of the detection tree elements 'Area' ● 'Manned operation' In 'Manned operation' operation mode, operating personnel are present and can investigate the fire location. The detectors are set to normal sensitivity, in accordance with the selected ↑ parameter set. ●...

  • Page 135

    System description Topology 'Channel' ● Switched on (normal operation) In the normal operation, the danger levels of the detector as well as any 'Faults' are transmitted to the 'Zone' for evaluation. ● Switched off If a 'Channel' is switched off, no signals are forwarded to the 'Zone', neither danger levels nor 'Faults'.

  • Page 136: Control Tree

    System description Topology 'Zone': Reset behavior of the manual call points ● The reset behavior of an activated manual call point can be selected: – 'ALARM' can always be reset; 'Glass broken' is indicated. – 'ALARM' cannot be reset. ● ↑...

  • Page 137

    System description Topology ↑ Effects in ↑ 'Control tree' example 'Control tree' 5 control groups (a - e) Controls Devices and remote transmission, 2 circuits Lines Logical ↑ link Arrows Signal transfer 'Evac control group' 'Fire control group', e.g., for door controls 'Fire control group' for alarm indicators (external AI) 'Fire control group' for commands E.g., ↑...

  • Page 138: Operating Tree

    System description Topology 9.2.4 Operating tree The following elements and settings are represented in the Operation tree: ● Global system configuration ● Display and operator units such as: – ↑ Person Machine Interface (PMI) – ↑ Floor repeater terminal and ↑ floor repeater display –...

  • Page 139

    System description Topology Floor repeater terminal FT2010 The following settings can be configured in the Operation tree: ● ↑ Visibility ● Cause for activating the LEDs ● Views and commands for the function keys Floor repeater display FT2011 The following settings can be configured in the Operation tree: ●...

  • Page 140: Network Tree

    System description Topology 9.2.5 Network tree The ↑ network tree represents the networking of an FS720 system. Networking types The ↑ stations in the fire detection system can be networked in the following way: ● ↑ SAFEDLINK (↑ system bus) ●...

  • Page 141: Assigning With The Hardware Tree

    System description Topology 9.2.6 Assigning with the hardware tree Components can be allocated to a geographical location in the system. This assignment is a ↑ link. Geographical allocation Each device in the ↑ 'Hardware tree' has a unique address. In ↑ 'Detection tree', it is possible to allocate room x on floor y to the device, for example.

  • Page 142: Functional Allocation

    System description Topology 9.2.7 Functional allocation In the ↑ 'Control tree', a function is assigned to a device from the 'Hardware tree', for example a monitoring function (cause) is assigned to an input or a control function (effect) is assigned to an output. In the 'Control tree', the function of a logical element from the ↑...

  • Page 143: Acquisition

    System description Acquisition 9.3 Acquisition The detectors detect the fire phenomena, e.g., smoke, heat, or carbon monoxide, and transmit the ↑ danger level to the 'Zone'. Figure 17: Information flow of the ↑ danger levels ↑ 'Detection tree' Detector / channel 'Zone' 0…3 Danger levels Overview of ↑...

  • Page 144: Evaluation

    System description Evaluation 9.4 Evaluation The evaluation of the ↑ danger level and the decision to trigger an 'ALARM' or not takes place in the 'Zone'. The danger levels of several alarming detectors are combined in the 'Zone'. The following zone types exist: ●...

  • Page 145

    System description Evaluation 'Manual zone' A 'Manual zone' combines the 'Manual call points'. Danger signals are evaluated by means of an OR relation. Each detector of a 'Manual zone' can generate 'ALARM', but not 'Pre-ALARM'. 'Automatic zone' A 'Automatic zone' combines 'Automatic detectors'. The 'Automatic zone' can generate 'Pre-ALARM' and 'ALARM'.

  • Page 146

    System description Evaluation 'Sprinkler zone' A sprinkler system is a piping system that is terminated at several locations with sprinkler heads. It is normally fed by the public network of hydrants. The sprinkler station is installed directly after the house feed. It separates the sprinkler network from the hydrant network due to overpressure in the sprinkler network.

  • Page 147

    System description Evaluation 'XC10 zone' Extinguishing is actuated and monitored by the autonomous extinguishing control unit XC10. An interface to the extinguishing control unit makes it possible to send extinguishing control unit functions to the fire control panel, and to transmit commands from the fire control panel to the extinguishing control unit.

  • Page 148: Control

    System description Control 9.5 Control Alarm events and system events may occur in a fire detection installation. It is the task of the fire control unit to alert people and/or initiate appropriate actions based on the different event categories. This is achieved with the different control types: ●...

  • Page 149: Fire Control

    System description Control 9.5.1 Fire control In the event of a fire, different measures are initiated automatically, such as: ● The closing of fire dampers and fire doors ● ↑ Switching off fans and air conditioning systems ● The descending of elevators Figure 22: Information flow for fire control ↑...

  • Page 150: Evacuation Control

    System description Control 9.5.2 Evacuation control 'Evac control' makes it possible to configure a complete evacuation function for each ↑ alarm device zone, e.g., on one floor. Two function blocks are available for each control: ● 'Alert' – The assigning of all conditions, so that the corresponding alarm devices transmit a warning signal.

  • Page 151

    System description Control 'Universal evac control' 'Universal evac control' is suited for horns that do not allow two-phased (multi- channel) alarming. For the ↑ alarming equipment (outputs, alarm devices) on the control outputs (effects), it is possible to choose different tones for alerting ('Alert') and evacuation ('Evac').

  • Page 152: Extinguishing Control With Sprinkler

    System description Control 9.5.3 Extinguishing control with sprinkler A sprinkler system is a piping system that is terminated at several locations with sprinkler heads. It is normally fed by the public network of hydrants. The sprinkler station is installed directly after the house feed. It separates the sprinkler network from the hydrant network due to overpressure in the sprinkler network.

  • Page 153: Extinguishing Control With Extinguishing Control Unit Xc10

    System description Control 9.5.4 Extinguishing control with extinguishing control unit XC10 Extinguishing is actuated and monitored by the autonomous extinguishing control unit XC10. An interface to the extinguishing control unit makes it possible to send extinguishing control unit functions to the fire control panel, and to transmit commands from the fire control panel to the extinguishing control unit.

  • Page 154: Damper Control

    System description Control 9.5.5 Damper control Damper control actuates fire dampers and/or smoke dampers via input/output modules on the C-NET. Example of fire damper control A fire damper control corresponds to the ventilation zone. Fire damper control could be activated by a fire alarm, for example. In the event of a fire alarm, the open fire dampers are closed.

  • Page 155

    System description Control Communication with Desigo CC As an option, the FS720 and the Desigo PX sub-system can communicate with Desigo CC over BACnet. FS720 transmits the status of the dampers to Desigo CC. The Desigo PX sub-system transmits the status of the fans to Desigo CC. Information flow for damper control FS20 / FS720 Desigo PX...

  • Page 156

    System description Control 9.5.5.1 Damper control states and message texts on the display When the damper control is activated/deactivated, the operating states of the damper actuators are shown on the display. This makes it possible to analyze any faults that occur while the actuator is opening or closing. The damper control state and the display of this state on the PMI are dependent on the limit value for open or closed dampers OR on the state of the 'Main damper'.

  • Page 157

    System description Control Smoke damper control The following table shows an example. The actual operating state that is assumed by the damper actuator when the control is activated and deactivated depends on the wiring. See chapter 'Assignment of effects dependent on wiring' in document A6V10210424.

  • Page 158: Alarm Verification Concept (avc)

    System description Alarm verification concept (AVC) 9.6 Alarm verification concept (AVC) The ↑ 'Alarm Verification Concept' serves the purpose of delayed alarm transmission and takes into account the interaction of the operating personnel in the alarming sequence. Operating personnel are able to examine the indicated fire location in the event of a fire alarm.

  • Page 159: Attendance Check

    System description Alarm verification concept (AVC) 9.6.1 Attendance check Should an event ('Pre-ALARM', 'ALARM') arise, the operating personnel may acknowledge presence within the time t1. After acknowledgement, the investigation time t2 starts. If presence is not acknowledged within the given time t1, ↑ global alarming is activated.

  • Page 160

    System description Alarm verification concept (AVC) t1.. t2..t1 X ..t2 X Figure 26: Alarm verification Alarm event Acknowledge at ↑ 'Station' Local alarming Not acknowledged Manual call point or <Alarm delay off> on t2.. Time t2 to investigate the source of alarm / the 'Station' fire location 'Unmanned operation' operation mode...

  • Page 161: Fire Alarming

    System description Alarm verification concept (AVC) 9.6.4 Fire alarming Alarming is controlled at 'Area' level. During alarming the ↑ alarming equipment is activated, e.g., ↑ alarm devices and remote transmission devices. ↑ Alarm devices For ↑ local and ↑ global alarming, acoustic alarm devices, beacons, digital outputs, etc., can be used.

  • Page 162

    System description Alarm verification concept (AVC) The ↑ alarm devices and the remote transmission can be separately configured for: ● Alarm type (only with automatic zones) – 'Pre-ALARM' – 'ALARM' ● Zone type (only with 'ALARMS') – Manual alarm – Automatic alarm –...

  • Page 163: Intervention Concept (ic)

    System description Intervention concept (IC) 9.7 Intervention concept (IC) The fire control panel features comprehensive monitoring and self-monitoring functions. The different events in the system are acquired, classified into corresponding event categories and evaluated by the ↑ 'Intervention Concept'. After the evaluation, the 'Intervention Concept' activates the corresponding alarming equipment.

  • Page 164

    System description Intervention concept (IC) The 'Intervention Concept' ('IC') is an integral part of the fire control panel and takes into account the interaction of the operating personnel. The 'Intervention Concept' can be used to define an intervention process which is initiated should an event occur or once a particular delay time has lapsed.

  • Page 165: Attendance Check

    System description Intervention concept (IC) 9.7.1 Attendance check Attendance check with the 'IC' serves for immediate intervention. Events such as technical deficiencies, 'Faults' and malfunctions can be investigated and possibly remedied directly by the operating personnel. If an event is not acknowledged within the configured timespan (e.g. up to one hour), an external intervention station is informed (global alarming).

  • Page 166

    System description Intervention concept (IC) Attendance check Intervention monitoring ts.. t1..t1 X ..ts X Figure 29: Intervention in case of fault Attendance check Intervention monitoring t1.. Time t1 for attendance check ts.. Time ts for service intervention monitoring ..t1 X Time t1 has expired ..ts X Time ts has expired ↑...

  • Page 167: Intervention Alarming

    System description Intervention concept (IC) 9.7.4 Intervention alarming The ↑ alarming equipment, such as ↑ alarm devices and remote transmission devices, can be selected separately for 'Manned operation' and 'Unmanned operation': ↑ Alarm devices Alarm devices, strobes, digital outputs, etc. can be used for local and global alarming.

  • Page 168: Events

    System description Events The ↑ alarm devices and the remote transmission can be separately configured for: ● Operation mode: – 'Manned operation' – 'Unmanned operation' ● Immediate intervention: – 'Local intervention only' – 'Delayed intervention' – 'Global intervention only' ● Service intervention: –...

  • Page 169: Event Status Identification

    System description Events 9.8.2 Event status identification Event messages shown on the display are provided with an identification. This identification provides information on the status of the message. The following identifications are used: 0059/0360 AAAAA bb STST 01 ttt 06-05-19 00:00:01 ttt 06-05-25 08:48:29 06-05-23 09:25:36 GGGGGG ->Bbb...

  • Page 170: Message Overview

    System description Events 9.8.4 Message overview The 'Message summary' main menu item includes messages in connection with events. The messages are combined in message categories and may be opened as message lists. In the 'Message summary' main menu item only those message categories in which messages (events) have actually occurred are indicated.

  • Page 171: List Representation And List Types

    System description List representation and list types 9.9 List representation and list types By the list representation and the possibility to search in lists, a large number of list entries and list positions can be indicated on the display. There are the following types of lists: ●...

  • Page 172: Element Lists

    System description List representation and list types 9.9.2 Element lists Element lists contain elements of the ↑ site, as well as element data, e.g., configuration data. An element list is indicated as e.g. the result of an element search. The figure below shows a sample 'Element search': Elements ↑...

  • Page 173: Version Display For Station / Configuration Data

    System description Version display for station / configuration data 9.10 Version display for station / configuration data You can display information about the ↑ 'Station' and the configuration data version in the topology tree. A description of the calling-up of the indication can be found in the chapter in account.

  • Page 174: Faults / Troubleshooting

    Faults / Troubleshooting 10 Faults / Troubleshooting If the ↑ site displays 'Fault', you will find in the table below a list with possible 'Faults' including information on possible causes. If a 'Fault' cannot be rectified with the help of these operation instructions, please contact the service engineer.

  • Page 175: System Maintenance

    System maintenance Maintenance recommendation 11 System maintenance Regular maintenance of the ↑ 'Site' is necessary in order to ensure the system will function reliably. The fire detection installation has a reminder function that informs you of imminent maintenance. When the service reminder is displayed, regular maintenance by the service technician is required.

  • Page 176: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary BACnet Alarm device Abbreviation for 'Building Automation and Element in the fire detection system for acoustic Control Networks'. It is a network protocol for and/or visual alarming, e.g. alarm sounder, building automation, such as for communication beacon. between a management station (MMS) and a fire detection installation.

  • Page 177

    Glossary Effect Abbreviation for 'intervention concept' An impact caused by a control, e.g., activation of a hardware output or a command. Intervention concept Ethernet station Concept with two independent verifications: Attendance check for quick intervention on-site Participants in the Ethernet sub-net without local connection for the PC.

  • Page 178

    Glossary Normal operation Section The fire detection installation is supplied with Level in detection tree of the fire detection mains voltage. system. The section is assigned to the area. It is used for combining zones. Parameter set Single-detector dependency Defined detector behavior, e.g. in terms of sensitivity, resistance to deceptive phenomena, With single-detector dependency, the alarm response time.

  • Page 179: Index

    Index Index Cerberus Remote Access level Connect ............98 Commands ..........40, 120 Enabling/disabling ........... 96 Levels, Access rights ........116 General function ..........33 Logout ............58 License keys ........... 96 Access rights operate ............99 Access level, stages ........117 Operation modes ..........

  • Page 180

    Index Display ............26 Faults Brightness setting ......... 106 List, cause / rectification ........ 174 Displaying variants .......... 26 Favorites ............36 Extended view / Switching over ....... 27 Fire brigade view ..........27 Fire brigade view ..........27 Fire dampers How displays are represented in the document ..........

  • Page 181

    Index Main menu Person Machine Interface [AU] ......23 Menu button............ 62 PIN ..............58 Maintenance Input dialog ............. 58 Opening the control panel ......175 Manage, create, delete, change ....104 Manned / Unmanned Releasing an access level ....... 58 Switching the operating mode ......

  • Page 182

    Index Shortcut ............36 Temporary switching-off ........51 Show information Expiry reminder ..........53 Alarm counter, remote transmission ....89 Override ............51 Smoke dampers Polling the isolation time ......... 53 State ............. 156 Section, duration ..........51 Software version Testing Module ............

  • Page 183

    Index Version Zone Indicators ............110 Activation ............82 Visibility Reset .............. 82 Definition ............118 Expanded visibility ........119 Standby ............119 183 | 184 A6V10211076_i_en_-- Building Technologies Fire Safety 2015-12-15...

  • Page 184

    Issued by © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2008 Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug +41 41-724 24 24 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Document ID: A6V10211076_i_en_-- Manual FS720 Edition: 2015-12-15...

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