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  • Page 1 Technical Handbook Touchpoint Plus...
  • Page 2 Issue 01 First Issue and initial translations 30/05/2015 Issue 02 Added new chapters, new data and final translations 09/06/2015 Issue 03 Completely Revised; added Expansion Unit, Dual Input Module and Modbus 29/02/2016 MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 3 Conditions of Use 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 Conditions of Use This page deliberately blank. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 5 3.2.7 Storage Conditions (With batteries) ................17 3.2.8 IP Rating ......................... 17 3.2.9 Construction ........................17 3.2.10 Touchpoint Plus Packaging ................... 18 3.2.11 Packaging Components for Return to Manufacturer ............. 18 3.2.12 Disposal (WEEE Directive).................... 18 3.3 TPPL Construction ........................18 3.3.1 TPPL Basic Control Unit ....................
  • Page 6 6.15.3 Calibrating a mA Input Channel ..................71 6.16 Backing Up the Configuration Settings ................73 6.16.1 How to Back Up the Configuration: ................73 6.16.2 How to Restore the Configuration ................. 73 MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 7 Contents Chapter 7. Touchpoint Plus User Guide ................75 7.1 User Interface General ......................75 7.2 Touchscreen ..........................76 7.3 Switching On and Off ......................76 7.4 Menu Items and Access Levels ..................... 77 7.4.1 Navigation – Active Access Level Icons ................79 7.5 SD Card Usage ........................
  • Page 8 10.7.2 How to Replace the Backup Battery ................115 10.8 Return to Factory Default Settings ..................116 10.8.1 To Reset the Touchpoint Plus to its Factory Default Settings ........116 Chapter 11. Troubleshooting ..................... 117 11.1 Calling for Technical Support.................... 117 Chapter 12.
  • Page 9: Chapter 1. Important Information

    1.1 Regulatory Approval Markings Products bearing the CE mark conform to all applicable European Directives as stated on the Honeywell product specific EC Declaration of Conformity. Products bearing the UL mark conform to the requirements for Ordinary Locations. The letters C and US mean that the product is additionally certified for use in Canada and the United States of America.
  • Page 10: Man0984_iss 3

    Refer to local, national and company regulations. Do not operate the Touchpoint Plus system or its components outside of their rated operating specification. Touchpoint Plus must not be operated in Oxygen enriched atmospheres, i.e. greater than 25% v/v Oxygen.
  • Page 11: Pt. No. 3011m5001

    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 Hazards, Warnings and Cautions. Before unpacking the system, please read the documentation that accompanies it.
  • Page 12: Associated Manuals

    Pt. Nr. 3011M5011 • USA (English) Pt. Nr. 3011M5012 The supplementary TPPL Modbus Installation and Setup Guide (#3011M5027) is available in English only, and is recommended for OEMs and Modbus specialists only. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 13: Chapter 2. Safety Hazards, Warnings And Cautions

    25% v/v O Touchpoint Plus is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D, or non-hazardous locations only. 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 14: Safety Hazards

    Touchpoint Plus is Not ATEX/IECEx certified, and it shall only be installed in safe areas where there are no flammable atmospheres, and where oxygen concentrations cannot exceed 25% v/v O Touchpoint Plus is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D or non-hazardous locations only. WARNING – LITHIUM BATTERY HAZARDS Lithium batteries may cause severe injury or death if swallowed, and may catch fire or explode if mishandled, recharged, burned or disposed of incorrectly.
  • Page 15 Do not place objects on the enclosures. 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.
  • Page 16: Location And Description Of Warning Labels

    This Equipment Earth (Ground) location point label is used inside the system and is not normally visible to used inside the system and is not normally visible to the operator. the operator. Figure 5. Internal Label Positions MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 17: 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 18: Good Practice

    Safety Hazards, Warnings And Cautions 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 19 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 20: Training Of Personnel

    2.3.5 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 21: Chapter 3. System General Description

    Cable entry is via entry glands on the lower side. 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 22 Enclosure 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, but the optional Expansion Unit has no motherboard or display (LCD). Features of the Controller unit: •...
  • Page 23: How To Open And Close The Enclosure

    CAUTION TPPL enclosures must be fully closed and secured during normal operation. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 24: Man0984_iss 3

    3.2 Equipment Specification 3.2.1 Power Requirements (Controller Unit only) 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 25: Weights

    The optional expansion unit holds the same modules and optional backup battery, but has no controller or user interface. Both enclosures contain a common Earth (ground) rail that must be bonded to Protective Earth (Ground) through an isolation switch that does not disconnect the Earth line. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 26: Touchpoint Plus Packaging

    3.2.11 Packaging Components for Return to Manufacturer Honeywell is unable to accept any consignment that does not conform to the European Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulations (EC) 1272/2008. Please consult your distributor, supplier, or the manufacturer if you require further advice.
  • Page 27: Tppl Expansion Unit

    System General Description 3.3.2 TPPL Expansion Unit This figure shows the building blocks of the Touchpoint Plus Expansion Unit. Figure 11. Expansion Unit Layout Before Installation No Touchscreen Battery Connector No SD Card mA Output Modules No Motherboard Relay Output Modules...
  • Page 28 System General Description This page deliberately blank. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 29: Chapter 4. System Mechanical Installation

    The handle must be correctly locked and the screws must be correctly tightened when the unit is in normal operation. Failing to fully secure the enclosure is unsafe and will invalidate product certification. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 30: Wall Mounting Requirements

    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. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 31: Wall Mount Fixings

    • For metal conduit, use a metal ground plate (e.g. use Honeywell Part No: TPPLOMGND). • For external visual/audio outlet, ensure IP65 is maintained (e.g. use Honeywell Part No: M-700123, available in the Americas and AsiaPac only). • For cable glands, use type PG16 glands tightened to 5 Nm (44.2 lb-in) torque.
  • Page 32 System Mechanical Installation This page deliberately blank. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 33: 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 34: Ac Power Supply

    Note 2: If Field detectors exceed 20 W per channel or a combined total of 40 W they may need their own power supplies. Refer to Table 6: mA Input Module Connections for further information. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 35: 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 used alone may quickly drop below the minimum DC 18 V requirement when under load.
  • Page 36: Cabling And Connection Requirements

    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 – 3 mm (stranded core), or 21 –...
  • Page 37: Optional Expansion Unit Connection

    Ground Bus Bar Ground Bus Bar Figure 19. Connecting the Touchpoint Plus and Optional Expansion Unit to a Mains Supply Note: The SMPS is attached to chassis ground and does not need a separate ground connection. Note: The Main and Expansion Unit power cables should be matched in type and rating.
  • Page 38: Main Module Connections

    COM 3.3 V Common Remote Inputs Remote RST R1 Reset (Note 4) IHB R2 Inhibit CAN_H CAN_High Link to Expansion Unit Option CAN_L CAN_Low Figure 20. Basic Unit Main Module Connections MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 39: Expansion Module Power Connections

    Link from Basic Unit CAN_L CAN Low Figure 21. Expansion Unit Main Module Connections TPPL Controller Unit TPPL Expansion Unit Main Module Main Module Figure 22. Connecting the Expansion Unit to the Basic Unit MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 40: Tppl Dip Switches

    Connect an Ethernet Network (Web Interface) cable by routing it through a suitable gland and cable clamps before plugging it into the lower right of the Motherboard as shown below: Figure 24. Ethernet Cable Fitting MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 41: Module / Field Device Connections

    18 Ω, i.e. ≤500 m of 1 mm Maximum R shielded cable. loop WARNING It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that Remote Reset / Inhibit switches are guarded against unauthorised access or tampering. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 42: Ma Input Module Connections

    4 – 20 mA signal +24 VDC mA Input 8 –VE 0 VDC 4 – 20 mA signal Table 6. mA Input Module Connections Figure 27. Three Wire Device Powered by a mA Input Module MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 43 Figure 28. Three Wire Device Powered by an External Source Figure 29. Two Wire Device Powered by a mA Input Module External 24 VDC Supply Figure 30. Two Wire Device Powered by an External Source MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 44 Figure 32. Grounding for Screened Cable with Armour and with Metal Junction Box and Sensor Incoming Client Junction Earth Sensor Figure 33. Grounding for Screened Cable, No Armour, with Metal Junction Box and Sensor MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 45 Figure 34. Grounding for Screened and Armoured Cable with Plastic Junction Box and Sensor Incoming Client Earth Junction Sensor Figure 35. Grounding for Screened Cable with Plastic Junction Box and Sensor MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 46: Mv Input Module Connections

    In 6 Signal Sensitive (–) Sensitive (+) mV In 7 Signal Sensitive (–) Sensitive (+) mV In 8 Signal Sensitive (–) Table 7. mV Input Module Connections Figure 36. Catalytic Detector Connections MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 47: Dual Input Module Connections

    MCUs must be reset after each (mA/mV) FW update. CAUTION Firmware updating should be carried out only by authorised Honeywell personnel or agents as incorrect updating could lead to irreparable damage, unexpected consequences or loss of the safety function.
  • Page 48: Ma Output Module Connections

    24 VDC, 4–20 mA, R Loop mA Out 3 33 – 700 Ω 24 VDC, 4–20 mA, R Loop mA Out 4 Table 10. mA Output Module Connections Figure 38. mA Output Module Connections MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 49: Relay Output Module Connections

    1.7 A @ 30 VDC 1.7 A @ 250 VAC RLY 11 1.7 A @ 30 VDC 1.7 A @ 250 VAC RLY 12 1.7 A @ 30 VDC Table 11. Relay Output Module Connections MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 50: 5.3 Modbus Remote Terminal Unit (rtu) And Transmission Control Protocol (tcp) Connections

    Note: Modbus options (if used) must be set on the Logic Solver PC, and this will require Developer level IT Skills and some knowledge of the RS 485 and Modbus protocols. Full instructions are given in the Honeywell Analytics Modbus User Guide, which is available separately on the Honeywell Analytics download site.
  • Page 51 Terminal ID Logic Solver Drain Data + A (D+) A (D+) Data - B (D-) B (D-) Touchpoint Plus Touchpoint Plus Logic Solver MODBUS RTU MODBUS RTU Figure 42. Modbus RTU Connections MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 52: Modbus Configuration

    Switch on the backup and main power supplies and wait for the system to initialise. Test the Modbus installation. 5.3.1 Modbus Configuration For information on Modbus Configuration see Ch. 6.12 Modbus RTU Settings. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 53: Chapter 6. Commissioning

    This chapter explains several tasks that may be required during commissioning. First time switch-on and Commissioning should only be carried out by a Honeywell Analytics engineer or by a qualified person who has been trained in accordance with this manual.
  • Page 54: The Configuration Menu

    Per Channel (Update File required) Config Manager Export Keyboard (Input File Name) / Wizard Ethernet DHCP / SIP Address (Keyboard) Network Modbus RTU Address Settings (Keyboard) Baud, Parity, D-Bits Figure 45. Configuration Menu MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 55: The Maintenance Menu

    Visible Alarm On / Off Audible Alarm 1 On / Off Dedicated Alarm Contacts Audible Alarm 2 On / Off Audible Alarm 3 On / Off Figure 47. System Test Menu MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 56: First Time Switch On

    Touch for status Event History (changes colour to show Scroll up when auto-scroll disabled fault, inhibit or alarm) Further Menu Options Scroll down when auto-scroll disabled Table 12. Home Screen Menu Icons MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 57: Logging In/out

    Passwords may be written down, but only if they are kept secure (e.g. in a sealed envelope in a locked safe or encrypted on other hardware [256AES or higher]). * Lost Admin passwords can only be reset by authorised Honeywell Field Service Technicians. See the back page or select TPPL Menu>Information>Service Contact...
  • Page 58: How To Change A Password

    Alternatively you can use the [Reset] button to reset to the default password TPPL, and then allow the user to set their password as shown above. * Lost Admin passwords can only be reset by authorised Honeywell Field Service Technicians. See the back page or select for details.
  • Page 59: Date, Time And Language Settings

    Note: You should regularly check the time and date settings and adjust them if required. Touchpoint Plus does not adjust automatically for daylight savings time so it retains a copy of the earlier data if the clock is backdated (e.g. when ending daylight savings time), which can show as a mismatch in the events log chronology.
  • Page 60: Touch Panel Configuration

    Unlatched alarms are automatically reset when the reading goes back to the normal range. To set or change latched alarms: Log in as Service. Touch Menu>Configuration>Channel Settings Touch the Input Module to change (circled)…: MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 61 Commissioning …to give this window: Touch the Channel you want to change and then touch [Select]. Touch the option: Channel Enable>Enable then touch [Next]: MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 62 Commissioning Then [Next] again: Then [Next] again: 10) Then [Next] again: 11) Touch Alarm Latch>Enable Alarm Latch>Disable 12) Touch Finish>Apply>Update 13) Repeat to configure another Alarm channel. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 63: Remote Reset / Acknowledge / Inhibit Switch Options

    Relying on fixed detectors gives insufficient coverage in moving atmospheres, so always take additional safety measures (e.g. wearing Honeywell personal gas alarms) before entering or working in the monitored location. 6.9.1 To set or change Data Logging: Log in as Administrator or Service.
  • Page 64: Tppl Tcp/ip Address

    Touch the IP Address box to change the address (only if there are network conflicts) and enter the new IP Address using the onscreen keyboard: Touch [Finish] Touch the Subnet Mask and Gateway boxes (if required), and use the keyboard to enter new values as before Touch [Finish] [Log out] MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 65: Modbus Rtu Settings

    Touch the radio buttons to change Parity and Databits: Touch [Finish] when done [Log out] Tip: You can reduce the default Baud if communication is slow or unstable or increase it if you have a really good connection. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 66: Commission Input / Output Modules

    The configuration is designed to be simple to follow on the screen. However you can refer to Ch.18 Configurable Parameter Reference Guide to find detailed definitions of all the parameters, default settings and available ranges. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 67: Configuring A Channel (ma Input And Mv Input Channels)

    Changing the detector type, gas type, or mV full scale deflection will reset the input channel calibration data and you will get a Calibration Due warning. If this happens you must recalibrate the channel to ensure accurate readings. See Ch.6.15 Calibrating Input Channels for further information. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 68: Editing A Configured Channel

    Log in as Service. Touch Menu>Configuration>Channel Settings Touch the Input Module you want to change (circled)…: …to give this window: Touch the [Channel] you want to change and then touch [Select]. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 69 Please refer to Ch. 8.6 How to Update the Sensor Catalogue for further information. Then touch [Next] to see these settings inserted ( use [Prev] if you want to amend them): MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 70 Note: The default TWA Interval is based on an average 8-hour working shift so that the next shift always starts the plot with zero exposure. You should change the hours if your regular shift pattern is longer or shorter (e.g. 6 / 12 / 24 hrs etc.). MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 71 Note: This Window’s options tell the system what input values are relevant and actionable. These values shall only be changed by Honeywell Authorised personnel or by qualified personnel trained in accordance with this manual. Note: [Inhibit Timeout] is a failsafe timeout in case the User forgets to reset a local inhibit. It does not affect Remote Inhibit switches that are either on or off (e.g.
  • Page 72: Editing Mv Input Channel Settings

    Log in as Service. Touch Menu>Configuration>Channel Settings Touch the Input Module to change (circled)…: …to give this window: Touch the [Channel] to change and then touch [Select] to give this window: MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 73 However Oxygen deficient atmospheres (e.g. <10 %v/v) may suppress sensor output because there will be insufficient bead reaction to change the bridge’s resistance reading. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 74: Editing Relay Output Channel Settings

    Touch the required Relay Output Module (circled): To get this window: Touch a channel to commission or edit and touch [Select]. Touch the buttons and boxes to make changes as required: MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 75 Touch [Next] and then choose Inputs (Alarms A1, A2 & A3, Fault, Inhibit & Warnings) to auto-populate all the available channels. Scroll down to see further channels and selectively un-tick if required. 10) Touch and enter Vote Count numbers if required (see box above). 11) Touch [Finish]. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 76: Calibrating Input Channels

    For catalytic bead type detectors, the Analogue Input Modules form part of the measuring circuit. Therefore all commissioned mV channels remain in Inhibit state until they are calibrated. You should consider alternative safety measures when performing these procedures. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 77: Adjusting The Mv Sensor Baseline

    Caution: Ensure that any relay operated devices (drenchers, repeater alarms, etc.) are inhibited before starting this test. Log in as Service. Touch Menu>Maintenance>Gas Calibration . Touch the channel to be calibrated followed by [Select]. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 78 Wait until the sensor reading becomes stable 10) Confirm that the gas reading is correct and touch [Finish]: 11) Remove the span gas from the sensor, and choose whether or not to calibrate another channel. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 79: Calibrating A Ma Input Channel

    / transmitter. Any gas calibration required must be carried out at the field device according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The Touchpoint Plus controller calibration should not be used to adjust for deficiencies in the sensor / transmitter gas calibration. Failure to observe this can result in significant accuracy errors.
  • Page 80 Wait until the sensor reading becomes stable Confirm that the gas reading is correct and touch [Finish]: 10) Remove the span gas from the sensor, and choose whether or not to calibrate another channel. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 81: Backing Up The Configuration Settings

    In other words the module installation status and commissioning status must be exactly the same or the system will not import the configuration data. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 82 Commissioning This page deliberately blank. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 83: Chapter 7. Touchpoint Plus User Guide

    (see Ch.7.17 Monitoring TPPL via the Optional Web Interface for more details). 7.1 User Interface General Local Accept / Reset Button Figure 48. Touchpoint Plus Controller User Interface The User Interface panel (shown above) has: • A colour Touch screen for normal system operation, maintenance and configuration •...
  • Page 84: Touchscreen

    There are only three passworded accounts: Administrator, Service and Operator, and their passwords must be carefully guarded. Lost passwords can only be replaced by someone higher which, in the case of the Administrator, will be a Honeywell representative. Password holders should be assigned to one access level only.
  • Page 85: Menu Items And Access Levels

     List View      Tile View      Summary View      Output View         Configuration MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 86  Reset to Defaults       Update System       Software       Language      MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 87: Navigation – Active Access Level Icons

    7.5 SD Card Usage 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 88: Inserting Or Replacing Sd Cards

    Note: The SD Card must remain inserted during normal system operation as the on-board flash memory is limited to a few minutes of events. When the card is full it should either be replaced or space freed up to avoid data loss. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 89: 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 90 Fault History Warning Filter Inhibit History Filter Information Warning History Filter Refresh Toggle View Filters only show during active events but you can use them to instantly filter multiple events for clarity. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 91: Navigating The Channel Detail Screens

    Operating Instructions 7.7.3 Navigating the Channel Detail Screens. Touch an individual channel or item to display more details: Please see Ch.16 Icon Glossary for further information. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 92: Navigation – Active Events And Filtering

    You can change the list type by touching a filter from one of the Tile views, and you can export the events to the SD card by touching History>Export Event Note: The History Information icon is the colour of the highest (uncleared) risk event. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 93: Navigation – Menu

    Note: The system will log out after a defined period of inactivity. (The default password authentication timeout is 15 (15 – 100) minutes and the Menu Timeout is 90 (5 – 100) seconds, but these can be changed in Configuration>General>Timeout if required MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 94: Responding To Alarms

    Note: Check for new alarms if the sounder restarts after you have acknowledged it. 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. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 95: Reset A Latched Alarm

    Note: Accept and Acknowledge have the same meaning in this context, but neither action will reset latched events. Active events can be acknowledged by logging in and pressing the button for >1 second. This will acknowledge ALL active events and the flashing will stop. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 96: Resetting Latched Events

    Touch a channel, then touch the Settings icon: Touch [Next] repeatedly until you reach page 7/7, as shown below: Touch the chosen value, enter a new value, and touch [Finish]>[Finish]>[Apply] Please see Ch.16 Icon Glossary for further information. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 97: Viewing Input Channels And Input Details

    Shows the physical position of the I/O Module and channel (see Channel location Viewer pictures above). Shows the trend graph for the channel. See Normal Operation, View Trend Graph Viewer Trend Graph for more information. Viewer Scroll Left, Right, Up, Down. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 98: Viewing Output Channels

    Change the output channel configurations: Inhibit, Fault, Warning, Channel configuration Service and Over-range output level Display an output channel number that is mapped to the terminal Linked input Channel Nr. Viewer number MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 99: Viewing T H E Trend Graph

    Note: The Touchpoint Plus Trend / Plot will retain up to 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 but it will retain a backup of the earlier data if the system clock is backdated (e.g.
  • Page 100: Viewing And Exporting Event History

    , then touch the Filter icon of choice or scroll through the list. Note: Touchpoint Plus does not adjust automatically for daylight savings time so it will retain a backup of the earlier data if the clock is backdated (e.g. when ending daylight savings time).
  • Page 101: Monitoring Tppl Via The Optional Web Interface

    • Other browsers may work but their performance may vary. Note: Please contact Honeywell Support (back page) if a browser security update causes performance issues. 7.17.1 Web Interface Configuration The Web Interface is an optional external PC interface tool that provides remote web clients with TPPL data in real time.
  • Page 102 You can select how you monitor TPPL via the Web Interface menus (currently view only) by selecting from the menu: Figure 49. Web Interface Channel List View Figure 50. Web Interface Channel Summary View Figure 51. Web Interface Connection Failed Dialog MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 103: Web Interface Navigation

    Trend / Plot (not IE8 or IE9) • Channel Information • Module Information • Service Contact • Relay Status • Additional Status • System Configuration Figure 52. Web Interface Information Menu Showing Event History MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
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  • Page 105: Chapter 8. Daily / Shift Checks

    It is recommended that the enclosure is only opened by a qualified Service Technician and that it is kept closed and secured during normal operation. WARNING The Touchpoint Plus system is not operational while power is off. Ensure that alternative safety arrangements are in place, and ensure that Normal Operation is restored as soon as possible.
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  • Page 107: Chapter 9. Routine Maintenance And Scheduled Testing

    9.1.1 Weekly Checks • Visually inspect all cables and conduits for loose connections, security of attachment, and signs of damage. • Wipe the Touchpoint Plus Controller with a soft damp cloth or use PC Screen cleaner. • Check for dust contamination. •...
  • Page 108: Routine Testing

    Check the alarm outputs are visible / audible and turn them off when satisfied. Touch [Finish] when the tests are completed and all selections will automatically turn off. CAUTION Ensure that the system is returned to normal operation once testing is complete. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 109: Exercising The Relays

    Touch the All radio button and check the mA output value; touch the mA box to change it. For single channels touch the Single Channel number box and then scroll through the list and touch the required channel followed by [Select]. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 110: Calibrating Mv Input Channels

    Install or replace catalytic bead sensor elements according to their technical manual. Login as Administrator or Service. Touch Menu>Maintenance>Adjust mV Baseline and select a mV input channel. Touch Menu>Maintenance>Gas Calibration . Touch the channel to be calibrated, followed by [Select]: MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 111 10) View the reading until it is stable, and then touch [Apply]. This may take 3 – 5 minutes, depending on the gas type. 11) Confirm that the gas reading is correct. 12) Remove the span gas from the sensor, and confirm that the gas reading has returned to zero. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 112: Periodic Scheduled Testing

    Field Inputs Test – this tests all input channel devices without affecting any outputs. • Cause and Effect Test – this test forces the Touchpoint Plus input channels to known states to test that the correct relay output channels are activated.
  • Page 113: Field Inputs Test

    9.3.3 Cause and Effect Test See Cautions above. 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.
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  • Page 115: Chapter 10. Repairs, Replacements And Upgrades

    Switch the battery to ‘On’ (if there is a back-up battery installed). 10) Close and secure the enclosure door. 11) Switch on the TouchPoint Plus and wait for the system to stabilise. 12) Login as an Administrator or Service. 13) Touch Menu>Configuration>Module Control panel...
  • Page 116: How To Replace A Faulty I/o Module

    Switch the battery to ‘On’ (if there is a back-up battery installed). Close and secure the enclosure door. 10) Switch on the TouchPoint Plus and wait for the system to stabilise. 11) Login as an Administrator or Service. 12) Touch Menu>Configuration>Module Control Panel...
  • Page 117: How To Add A New I/o Module

    Rectification and Modification 10.3 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 118: How To Update The Sensor Catalogue

    10.4 How to Update the Sensor Catalogue From time to time, Honeywell will release new or updated versions of the sensor catalogue. It is not necessary to update the catalogue every time, and it can wait until you want to install a type of sensor not previously listed.
  • Page 119: How To Backup / Restore The System Configuration

    Rectification and Modification 10.5 How to Backup / Restore the System 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. 10.5.1 To Create a Backup File Note: The Touchpoint Plus system must be turned off to change the SD card so alternative safety arrangements should be put in place prior to starting this procedure.
  • Page 120: To Restore The Configuration From A Backup File

    Note: You cannot import configuration files if the I/O module configuration has changed since the last backup. 10.5.2 To Restore the Configuration From a Backup File Note: The Touchpoint Plus system must be turned off to change the SD card so alternative safety arrangements should be put in place prior to starting this procedure.
  • Page 121: How To Update Firmware

    A Firmware update is usually only carried out to cure a fault or to upgrade the system. Firmware updates are usually optional and are not recommended if the system performs satisfactorily ‘as is’. Firmware and software updates should normally be carried out only by a Honeywell trained Engineer or a qualified Engineer trained in accordance with this Technical Manual.
  • Page 122: How To Update The Firmware

    Do not Power Off while the Firmware update is in progress as this may cause data corruption and render the system inoperable. To update the Firmware: Speak to your local representative or Honeywell Analytics Support and ask for a copy of the latest download. Download the required Firmware onto any device that can copy to a standard SD Card.
  • Page 123: Back Up Battery Maintenance

    Rectification and Modification 10.7 Back up Battery Maintenance DANGER Replace the battery pack only with Honeywell Analytics part no. TPPLSIBB and the PCB CMOS battery only with battery type CR2032. Use of other batteries may present a risk of fire or explosion.
  • Page 124: Return To Factory Default Settings

    10.8 Return to Factory Default Settings If required, the system Administrator or a Honeywell Service Technician can return the TPPL Controller to its Factory Default settings. This may be required to fix a fault or as part of a major system update.
  • Page 125: Chapter 11. Troubleshooting

    TPPL as they may be spurious / unreproducable following a system reboot. Contact Honeywell Analytics Technical Support if an error appears repeatedly, if it cannot be cleared, or if it is not listed in Ch.19. Fault Codes.
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  • Page 127: Chapter 12. Technical Specifications

    Supply voltage Vs (18 – 32 VDC) –1.8* VDC (max), max 300 mA Dedicated Audio and Visual alarm per channel *Voltage drop at ambient temperature Remote Terminals Optional remote acknowledge, reset and inhibit MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 128: 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 20 W...
  • Page 129: Ma Output Module

    Input Frequency Range (~) AC 50 – 60 Hz ± 6 % Output Voltage ( — ) DC 24 V Dimension 199 x 98 x 38mm (L x W x H) MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 130: Backup Battery

    W 423 x D 325 x H 16.5 mm – 1.5 Kg (approx.) Enclosure Weight 8.5 Kg (approx) Dimension 426 mm x 300 mm x 156 mm (16.9 ins x 11.8 ins x 6.2 ins) MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 131: Chapter 13. Certifications

    Detectors, or suitably approved 4 – 20 mA Gas Detectors. AVERTISSEMENT La performance en conformité avec la CSA est valide uniquement lorsque l’appareil est connecté aux détecteurs de gaz catalytiques Honeywell modèle MPD ou 705, ou à des détecteurs de gaz 4 – 20 mA dûment approuvés. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt.
  • Page 132: National And International Certificates Of Compliance

    Certifications 13.2 National and International Certificates of Compliance The Touchpoint Plus Process Control Equipment holds the following National and International Certificates and Certification Codes: Title Standards Certificates Class 1, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D, Temp. Code T4 Hazardous Locations ISA 12.12.01-2013...
  • Page 133: Chapter 14. Replacement Parts And Optional Extras

    Replacement Parts and Optional Extras Chapter 14. 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 handling, storage, fitment or use. All Honeywell supplied replacement parts are covered by the standard Honeywell warranty service.
  • Page 134: Publications

    Replacement Parts and Optional Extras 14.2 Publications These publications are available to download as printable .pdfs from the Honeywell Analytics website. Description Language Part Number Chinese (Simplified) 3011M5029 Netherlands 3011M5030 English (GB) 3011M5000 French (Canada) 3011M5031 French (France) 3011M5032 German...
  • Page 135 French (France) 3011M5046 German 3011M5047 Italian 3011M5048 Japanese 3011M5049 TPPL User Guide Korean 3011M5050 Portuguese (Brazil) 3011M5051 Portuguese (Portugal) 3011M5052 Russian 3011M5053 Spanish (Mexico) 3011M5054 Spanish (Spain) 3011M5055 Swedish 3011M5056 3011M5057 MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 137: Chapter 15. Tppl Configuration Code

    D4 = Dual 4ch N = No mA N = No Relay mA/mV Inputs Output D8 = Dual 8ch mA/mV Inputs P/N Code: TPPL (Example) Table 16. TPPL Configuration P/N Code Chart (example) MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
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  • Page 139: Chapter 16. Icon Glossary

    SD Card Not Good Peak Reset Alarm Filter Trend Fault Filter Alarm Pop Up Inhibit Filter Error Pop Up Warning Filter Fault Pop Up Filter Information Inhibit Pop Up Filter Refresh Warning Pop Up MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 140 Icon Glossary Icon Description Icon Description Battery Warning Battery Critical Gas Calibration Power Off MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 141: Chapter 17. Compatible Sensors

    Please refer to the respective sensor data sheets for more detailed information. Table 17. TPPL Gas Detectors Note: Touchpoint Plus is not currently approved as a fire or flame detection system, but this chapter will be updated when its flammables capability is fully tested and certified. Note: Customer-supplied 3 Party sensors may be used, but Honeywell is unable to support them or guarantee their performance.
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  • Page 143: Chapter 18. Configurable Parameter Reference Guide

    The hysteresis is defined in % of Full range (Default 2 %FSD) Alarm latch option. Alarm will be continued until manual user reset if Alarm Latch latching is enabled. Ø: Disabled, 1: Enabled MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 144 Upper mA input signal range to detect the fault reported by the detector. only mA sensor Signal Fault Min Lower mA input signal range to detect the fault reported by the detector. Ø only MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 145 Zero Range Zero gas concentration. It is normally zero. Ø conc. *Note: STEL/TWA selection only applies to mA input sensors except for Oxygen mA input sensors. MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
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  • Page 147: Chapter 19. Fault Codes

    Negative Reading CH: xx, [B/D Type], Pos: xx, Conc: xxxx (depending on gas under-range limit) Fault Cleared CH: xx, [B/D Type], Pos: xx, Code: xx Fault self-cleared Reset all faults Manually reset all faults MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
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  • Page 149: Chapter 20. List Of Figures

    Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Connections Figure 18. Connections for DC 24 V Supply Figure 19. Connecting the Touchpoint Plus and Optional Expansion Unit to a Mains Supply Figure 20. Basic Unit Main Module Connections Figure 21. Expansion Unit Main Module Connections Figure 22.
  • Page 150 Figure 45. Configuration Menu Figure 46. Maintenance Menu Figure 47. System Test Menu Figure 48. Touchpoint Plus Controller User Interface Figure 49. Web Interface Channel List View Figure 50. Web Interface Channel Summary View Figure 51. Web Interface Connection Failed Dialog Figure 52.
  • Page 151: Chapter 21. List Of Tables

    Home Screen Menu Icons Table 13. Home Screen Menu Icons Table 14. User / Component Matrix Table 15. Home Screen Icons Table 16. TPPL Configuration P/N Code Chart (example) Table 17. TPPL Gas Detectors MAN0984_Iss 3_02/16 Touchpoint Plus Pt. No. 3011M5001_3 Technical Handbook...
  • Page 152 Data and legislation may change and you are strongly advised to obtain copies of the most recently issued regulations, standards and guidelines. This publication is not intended to form the basis of a contract. Issue 3_02/2016 H_MAN0984_EMEA 3011M5001 HAA160009 © 2015 Honeywell Analytics...

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