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Modernizing fire detection installations with multiple protocol detectors.
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Modernizing fire detection
installations with multiple
protocol detectors
Technical Manual
A6V10323158_d_en_--
2015-04-09
Building Technologies
Control Products and Systems

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    Modernizing fire detection installations with multiple protocol detectors Technical Manual Building Technologies A6V10323158_d_en_-- 2015-04-09 Control Products and Systems...

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    Legal notice Legal notice Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2012 Transmittal, reproduction, dissemination and/or editing of this document as well as utilization of its contents and communication thereof to others without express authorization are prohibited.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents About this document ..................5 Applicable documents ..................7 Download center....................7 Technical terms ....................8 Revision history ....................9 Principles and conditions of modernization ..........10 Using multiple protocol detectors ..............10 Characteristics of multiple protocol detectors ..........10 Step-by-step modernization ................11 Experience of modernization work ..............

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    Step 2: Replacing the control panel and changing over to FDnet protocol ..26 4.2.1 Replacing the control panel or installing a line card ......26 4.2.2 Replacing the remaining peripheral devices ........27 4.2.3 Adapting the cabling ................ 28 4.2.4 Starting up for the first time under FDnet ..........

  • Page 5: About This Document

    Goal and purpose This document only contains information about modernizing existing detector lines with the following multiple protocol detectors: Neural fire detector FDOOT241-8 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-9 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-A3 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-A4 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-A5 Neural fire detector FDOOT241A9 This document does not cover planning the new detector lines.

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    About this document Applicable documents Document identification The document ID is structured as follows: ID code Examples ID_ModificationIndex_Language_COUNTRY A6V10215123_a_de_DE -- = multilingual or international A6V10215123_a_en_-- A6V10315123_a_--_-- Date format The date format in the document corresponds to the recommendation of international standard ISO 8601 (format YYYY-MM-DD). Conventions for text marking Markups Special markups are shown in this document as follows:...

  • Page 7: Applicable Documents

    AnalogPLUS, interactive, FDnet 007004 Technical manual Automatic fire detectors FDOOT221, FDOOT241-A3, FDOOT241-A4, FDOOT241-A5, FDOOT241-8, FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-A9, FDO241, FDO221, FDT241, FDT221 007227 Technical manual Detector exchanger and tester FDUD292 007228 Data Sheet Test equipment and accessories FDUD291,...

  • Page 8: Technical Terms

    About this document Technical terms 1.3 Technical terms Term Explanation AnalogPLUS detector line Addressed detector line for AlgoRex AnalogPLUS detectors Electromagnetic compatibility End-of-Line Product version FDnet detector line Addressed detector line Limit value detection technology HQ Zug International Headquarters Zug (Switzerland) Interactive detector line Addressed detector line for AlgoRex interactive detectors Collective detector line...

  • Page 9: Revision History

    About this document Revision history 1.4 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: Modification index Edition date Brief description...

  • Page 10: Principles And Conditions Of Modernization

    The following detectors with ASAtechnology (S-LINE) are available when operating on the FDnet: Neural fire detector Neural fire detector Neural fire detector FDOOT241-8 FDOOT241-9 FDOOT241-A3 Can be used addressed in MS8/PMT Can be used in collective mode Can be used addressed in AnalogPLUS mode...

  • Page 11: Step-by-step Modernization

    Principles and conditions of modernization Step-by-step modernization 2.3 Step-by-step modernization Step-by-step modernization involves firstly replacing the existing detectors with ones which support both the current detector protocol – hereinafter referred to as the alternative protocol – and the FDnet. The replaced detectors initially continue to be operated with the alternative protocol.

  • Page 12: Experience Of Modernization Work

    Principles and conditions of modernization Experience of modernization work 2.4 Experience of modernization work The recommendations described in this document are based on the following experiences: Experiences in the field with the FDOOT241-x point detectors from the 'Sinteso' product line Test reports from HQ Zug Comparative testing from HQ Zug When modernizing a fire detection installation, the ambient conditions such as...

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    Principles and conditions of modernization General limitations on modernization Permissible FDnet topologies Loop Stub Sub-stubs on loop Impermissible FDnet topologies Sub-stub on sub-stub with a loop Sub-stub on stub Technical requirements for the FDnet topology All FDnet devices have an integrated line separator. Only one stub may branch off between two adjacent devices.

  • Page 14: Limitations For The Detector Families

    Principles and conditions of modernization Limitations for the detector families 2.6 Limitations for the detector families 2.6.1 AnalogPLUS detector family The DO1133A point detector cannot be replaced by a multiple protocol detector. The following applies to connecting external alarm indicators: If the external alarm indicator is connected to only one individual detector, there are no limitations.

  • Page 15: Collective Detector Family (gmt)

    FDOOT241-9. If the FDOOT241-A9 point detector is connected to a CZ10 control panel with a grounded detector line, the FDOOT241-A9 point detector must be used with the FDB299 base adapter.

  • Page 16: Point Detectors And Base Adapters

    Plus SDF3100 Expert SDT2100 BR82 FDOOT241-8 FDB281 PMT/MS8 pulse detection technology BR800 BD857 Collective (GMT): FDOOT241-9 - - - All point detectors from these detector Siemens/Cerberus families SynoLINE 300/600 Collective (GMT): FDOOT241-A9 FDB299 All point detectors from these detector Siemens/Cerberus...

  • Page 17: Undertaking Modernization

    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization 4 Undertaking modernization 4.1 Step 1: Detector modernization The following steps must be taken during each modernization: 1. Check whether the base needs replacing [➙ 17] 2. Configuration of detector type [➙ 18] 3. Parameterization of detection characteristics [➙ 22] 4.

  • Page 18: Configuration Of Detector Type

    No detector function ● Do not operate the FDOOT241-9 detector with the FDB299 base adapter on a collective control panel. If you are using detector bases Z7x and Z9x on a CZ10 control panel, you need to replace detector bases Z7x and Z9x with detector base FDB201.

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    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization Variant 1: The existing SPF3600 or DB1131 detector bases continue to be used 1. Use the base adapter FDB241. 2. Observe the information in the table below. 3. Place the jumper in the position that corresponds to the existing detector type. Mounting and removal of base adapter FDB241 on detector base Fig.

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    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization Variant 2: The existing detector base is replaced 1. Use one of the FDB221, FDB221-AA or FDB222 detector bases. 2. Install the detector to replace DO1131A or SDF1200/2200 directly on the new detector base. 3.

  • Page 21: Interactive

    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization 4.1.2.2 Interactive Base adapter FDB251 enables point detector FDOOT241-A5 to be installed on detector base DB1151A. The existing detector type can be set with a jumper. The base adapter FDB251 cannot be used together with the detector heating unit. You will find details in the 'List of compatibility'.

  • Page 22: Parameterization Of Detection Characteristics

    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization 4.1.3 Parameterization of detection characteristics 4.1.3.1 Collective detector lines and 'MS8/PMT' detector family The sensor mode (0, 1, or 2) and/or detector type (optical, thermal, combined), and the corresponding parameter set are selected using detector exchanger and tester FDUD292.

  • Page 23: Sigmaloop' Detector Family

    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization 4.1.3.3 'SIGMALOOP' detector family In SIGMALOOP mode the sensor evaluation takes place in the fire control panel. The multiple protocol detector is designed such that the parameter set configuration does not have to be changed. If the FDOOT241-A4 multiple protocol detector is operated as SDF1200, SDF2200, or SDF3100 under SIGMALOOP, it can be switched to sensor mode '0' with the detector exchanger and tester FDUD292.

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    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization Operation as Selected parameter set in the Active parameter set and emulation detector of type: control panel configuration mode on the detector DO1151A APS005S 'OO' Universal mode (1) DO1152A APS006S 'OO' Sensitive mode (3) APS007S, APS009S 'OO' Super Sensitive mode (5) DO1153A...

  • Page 25: Test The Detectors

    Undertaking modernization Step 1: Detector modernization 4.1.4 Test the detectors 4.1.4.1 Test methods The various detector types can be tested with the following tools: Detector type Test method Tool DT (thermal) Hot air RE7T Detector exchanger and tester FDUD292, FDUD293 or intelligent detector tester DO (optical) Test gas...

  • Page 26: Step 2: Replacing The Control Panel And Changing Over To Fdnet Protocol

    Undertaking modernization Step 2: Replacing the control panel and changing over to FDnet protocol Collective detector lines On a collective detector line, the detector is not set to test mode if the detector group is switched to 'Test' on the control panel. Detectors on a collective detector line are switched to test mode for 3 minutes in the following cases: Starting up and resetting the detector line.

  • Page 27: Replacing The Remaining Peripheral Devices

    Undertaking modernization Step 2: Replacing the control panel and changing over to FDnet protocol 4.2.2 Replacing the remaining peripheral devices When changing over to the FDnet, all peripheral devices on a detector line which have not been modernized must be replaced. This applies to the following device groups in particular: All special detectors All manual call points...

  • Page 28: Adapting The Cabling

    Undertaking modernization Step 2: Replacing the control panel and changing over to FDnet protocol 4.2.3 Adapting the cabling Remove the EOL resistors or other EOL elements for collective detector lines. Remove the diodes in the detector bases in the case of mixed collective detector lines to which manual call points and point detectors are connected.

  • Page 29: Starting Up For The First Time Under Fdnet

    Undertaking modernization Step 2: Replacing the control panel and changing over to FDnet protocol 4.2.4 Starting up for the first time under FDnet The peripheral devices must change to FDnet mode. We would recommend using the FDUL221 line tester for the changeover. You will find more information on the FDUL221 in document 008250.

  • Page 30: Switching Back From Fdnet To Alternative Protocol

    Undertaking modernization Step 2: Replacing the control panel and changing over to FDnet protocol 4.2.6 Switching back from FDnet to alternative protocol Should you have to reset the detector line to the alternative protocol, the detector line must be read in several times in the alternative protocol. After switching back, the detectors again run with their default setting.

  • Page 31: Index

    Index Index Parameter sets, 22, 22, 23, 23 Alternative protocol, 11, 30 Resetting to FDnet, 30 AnalogPLUS SIGMALOOP Parameter sets, 22 Parameter sets, 23 S-LINE, 10, 10 Source language, 5 Base adapter, 16, 18 Step-by-step modernization, 11 Collective detector lines Topology, 12 Parameter sets, 22 Compatibility, 21...

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    Issued by © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2012 Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41-724 24 24 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Document ID A6V10323158_d_en_-- Manual FD20 Edition...

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