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MXL-IQ CONTROL PANEL
Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Building Technologies Division
Florham Park, NJ
P/N 315-093624-13
Siemens Building Technologies, Ltd.
Fire Safety & Security Products
2 Kenview Boulevard
Brampton, Ontario
L6T 5E4 Canada

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  • Page 1 MXL-IQ CONTROL PANEL Operation, Installation, and Maintenance Manual Siemens Industry, Inc. Siemens Building Technologies, Ltd. Building Technologies Division Fire Safety & Security Products Florham Park, NJ 2 Kenview Boulevard Brampton, Ontario L6T 5E4 Canada P/N 315-093624-13...
  • Page 2 ALL WIRING MUST BE DONE AS DESCRIBED BELOW TO OBTAIN SAFE AND PROPER SYSTEM OPERATION. 1. Earth ground the MXL-IQ enclosure properly; see the latest edition of the National Electrical Code for approved methods. Conduit ground is NOT adequate. 2. Separate all wiring for initiating devices (i.e., detectors, manual stations, TRI modules, etc.) from all other wiring in the MXL-IQ enclosure.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Introduction ____________________________________________________ 1 - 1 Software ______________________________________________________ 1 - 1 Minimum MXL-IQ Control Panel Configuration ________________________ 1 - 3 Components Of The Basic System __________________________________ 1 - 4 SMB-2 Main Board _____________________________________________ 1 - 4 MPS-6 Power Supply ___________________________________________ 1 - 5...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents MOM-2 Card Cage ____________________________________________ 1 - 11 MOM-4 Card Cage ____________________________________________ 1 - 12 NIM-1W Network Interface Module ________________________________ 1 - 12 PS-5A Power Supply* __________________________________________ 1 - 13 RCC Remote Command Center __________________________________ 1 - 13 RDM-PC Remote Diagnostics Module _____________________________ 1 - 13 Silent Knight Model 5128/5129 Digital Fire Communicator ______________ 1 - 14 Intelligent/Analog Devices _______________________________________ 1 - 14...
  • Page 5 Installation ______________________________ 2 - 1 Chapter 2 General Guidelines For Installing The MXL-IQ _________________________ 2 - 1 Installation Instructions For The MXL-IQ Control Panel ___________________ 2 - 2 Start Up Procedure ____________________________________________ 2 - 10 System Function Checkout ______________________________________ 2 - 16...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Chapter 3 Operation _______________________________ 3 - 1 Introduction ____________________________________________________ 3 - 1 System Modules _______________________________________________ 3 - 2 Remote System Modules ________________________________________ 3 - 2 Using The MKB-4 Keyboard/Annunciator Panel in Local Mode ____________ 3 - 3 The Display ___________________________________________________ 3 - 3 Internal Audible Alarm ___________________________________________ 3 - 4 Modes Of Operation ____________________________________________ 3 - 5...
  • Page 7 Global Keypad Operation _______________________________________ 3 - 13 Using The Menu _______________________________________________ 3 - 14 Operation of the Keys on the MXL-IQ Annunciator Panel _______________ 3 - 14 Numeric Keypad ______________________________________________ 3 - 14 The Command Keypad _________________________________________ 3 - 14 Overview of the Menu’s Structure _________________________________ 3 - 15...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents List Security Conditions _________________________________________ 3 - 24 List: Trouble __________________________________________________ 3 - 25 List: Sensitivity Settings _________________________________________ 3 - 26 List: Voltages _________________________________________________ 3 - 26 List: Temp ___________________________________________________ 3 - 28 List: Module Type ______________________________________________ 3 - 28 List: Device Type ______________________________________________ 3 - 29 List: Message ________________________________________________ 3 - 30 List: Software Version __________________________________________ 3 - 30...
  • Page 9 Table of Contents TEST Menu ___________________________________________________ 3 - 42 Entering the Test Menu _________________________________________ 3 - 43 Test: Set Time ________________________________________________ 3 - 43 Test: Ground Fault _____________________________________________ 3 - 44 Test: Power __________________________________________________ 3 - 44 Test: Lamp Test _______________________________________________ 3 - 45 Test: Device LED _____________________________________________ 3 - 45 Test: MOI Lamp Test ___________________________________________ 3 - 46 Test: Network (X-Network, M-Network) _____________________________ 3 - 46...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Chapter 5 Walktest Operating Instructions _____________ 5 - 1 System w/AUD ________________________________________________ 5 - 2 System SIL ___________________________________________________ 5 - 2 Loop w/AUD __________________________________________________ 5 - 2 Loop SIL _____________________________________________________ 5 - 2 Zone wAUD ___________________________________________________ 5 - 2 Zone SIL _____________________________________________________ 5 - 2 Cancel _______________________________________________________ 5 - 2 Extend _______________________________________________________ 5 - 2...
  • Page 11 Auto Sensitivity Set Event ________________________________________ 6 - 9 Logic Sensitivity Set Event ______________________________________ 6 - 10 History Print Formats At The MXL-IQ Panel ___________________________ 6 - 10 MXL-IQ To CSG-M Download Formats _______________________________ 6 - 13 History Download Sequence _____________________________________ 6 - 14...
  • Page 12 Pre-alarm, Dual Criteria Logic Functions, and Percent Per Foot Obscuration M - 1 MXL-IQ Spare Parts List ___________________________________________ N - 1 New Features for MXL-IQ Revision 6.0 and Higher ______________________ O - 1 Connection & Rating Information ___________________________________ P - 1...
  • Page 13: Introduction

    SOFTWARE The System continuously checks all The MXL-IQ software was written in a high- software and hardware for proper opera- level language for ease of maintenance. tion. It continuously checks all System The software incorporates a multitasking...
  • Page 14 Description SIEMENS ALARM POWER AUDIBLE PARTIAL SILENCE SYSTEM DISABLE SUPERVISORY DISPLAY TROUBLE NEXT HOLD SECURITY MXL-IQ Exterior View Interior View Figure 1 The MXL-IQ Control Panel...
  • Page 15: Minimum Mxl-iq Control Panel Configuration

    X = not required NOTES: a. Refer to the MXL-IQ Wiring Diagram, P/N 575-293638 at the end of the manual. Use Silent Knight listed models 5128/5129 or Siemens b. The SMB-2 must be programmed by CSG-M for all System configurations (See CSG-M Model MDACT.
  • Page 16: Components Of The Basic System

    Description Components Of The Basic System The basic MXL-IQ Control Panel consists of the following components: • SMB-2 Main Board • MPS-6 or MPS-12 Power Supply • MKB-4 Keyboard/Annunciator • PAL-1 Logging Printer (NFPA Proprietary and UL 1076 configu- rations) •...
  • Page 17: Mps-6 Power Supply

    MKB Keyboard/Annunciator Panel The MKB Annunciator communicates with the SMB Main Control Board through the System network link. This module provides the MXL-IQ with its primary control and annunciation. The MKB modules have an LCD alphanu- meric display that continuously updates information about the System status and user-defined device messages.
  • Page 18: Pim-1 Peripheral Interface Module

    (NFPA 72 Proprietary or UL 1076) for the MXL-IQ System. However, this configura- tion is not supervised for data integrity. PAL-1 The PAL-1 Logging Printer provides a paper record of the activity of the MXL-IQ System. Figure 6 PAL-1 Parallel Printer...
  • Page 19: Mse-3l Or Mse-3m Enclosure

    MSE-3L or MSE-3M Enclosure The MSE-3L is the enclosure used with the MKB-4 and the MSE-3M is the enclosure used with the MKB-6 in the MXL-IQ Sys- tem. Each enclosure consists of a backbox and front door that is shopped assembled.
  • Page 20: Optional Modules

    CMI-300 Interface Module The CMI-300 provides modem communica- tions between an MXL-IQ System and a CXL System. The CMI-300 module is located on the MOM-2/4 board in the MXL-IQ enclo- sure. The CMI-300 plugs into a half slot in the MOM-2/4.
  • Page 21: Crm-4 Relay Module

    Description • MXL-IQ supports one NIM-1W config- ured as an Air Sampling (VESDA) interface. • Each VESDA network will support one CPY-HLI. CRM-4 Relay Module The CRM-4 Relay module is an output control module that contains 4 relay out- puts. Form C contacts are rated at 2A, 30 VDC/120 VAC resistive.
  • Page 22: D2300cp Fiber Optic Interface

    MID-16 Input Driver* The MID-16 module provides 16 general purpose inputs for user-defined operations for the MXL-IQ. The MID-16 is controlled by the MOI-7 module. Up to 8 MID-16s can be used with an MOI-7. The function of each individual input is defined by the use assigned to it in CSG-M.
  • Page 23: Mod-16 Output Driver

    16 outputs for a total of 128 outputs. Figure 20 MOD-16 Output Driver MOI-7 Voice and Annunciator Driver* The MOI-7 module is an MXL-IQ network module that connects to a graphic annun- ciator using MOD-16s or MID-16s. The MOI-7 has two LEDs to indicate the status of the MXL-IQ network interface: •...
  • Page 24: Nim-1w Network Interface Module

    FSI (Foreign System Interface). The FSI responds to a protocol and gathers infor- mation about the MXL-IQ status. The interface supports both single MXL-IQ Systems and networked systems. Typical use of this interface is between the MXL-IQ and building management systems. 1-12...
  • Page 25: Ps-5a Power Supply

    More Info key. RCC-1/1F RDM-PC Remote Diagnostics Module The RDM-PC allows connection of a remote computer to an MXL-IQ. The RDM RCC-2/R for MXL PIM-1 (RDM-MXL) connection is made via a telephone line. After communi- cation is established, the remote computer will function like a VDT connected locally to the MXL.
  • Page 26: Silent Knight Model 5128/5129 Digital Fire Communicator

    Figure 27 Silent Knight Model 5128/5129 Digital Fire Communicator INTELLIGENT/ The intelligent/analog devices described below are available for use with the MXL-IQ Control ANALOG DEVICES Panel. The UL identifiers for compatibility are the same as the model names specified below.
  • Page 27: Id-60i Intelligent/analog Ionization Detector

    Description ID-60IBH Intelligent/Analog Ionization only be used as an area detector. It uses Air-Duct High Altitude Detector either a DB-3S low profile mounting base, a DB-X3RS mounting base with relay, or an The ID-60IBH is an intelligent/analog ADBI-60 audible base. ionization detector for use in air duct applications at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet.
  • Page 28: Ili-1b Intelligent/analog Ionization Air-duct Detector

    ILI-1B Intelligent/Analog Ionization Air- Duct Detector The LIM-1 is a loop isolator module that isolates short circuits on MXL-IQ analog The ILI-1B is an intelligent/analog ionization detector for use in air duct applications at loops. The LIM-1 operates in both Class A and Class B circuits.
  • Page 29: Tri-b6, Tri-b6r, And Tri-b6d Intelligent Interface Modules

    DI-A3H Ionization High Air-Velocity, The conventional devices described below High Altitude Detector are available for use with the MXL-IQ Control Panel. The DI-A3H is an ionization high air velocity, high altitude detector for use in air The UL identifiers for compatibility are the ducts only at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 feet same as the model numbers.
  • Page 30: Di-b3h Ionization Air Duct High Altitude Detector

    Description DI-B3H Ionization Air Duct High PE-11 Photoelectric Detector Altitude Detector The PE-11 is a photoelectric detector that The DI-B3H is an ionization detector for use responds to a wide range of both flaming only in air ducts at altitudes of 3000 to 8000 and smoldering fire conditions.
  • Page 31: General Guidelines For Installing The Mxl-iq

    If Follow Steps 1 through 13 for installation. you are not familiar with the MXL-IQ, also Each step is thoroughly explained in the read the first section of the manual. Be sure following pages.
  • Page 32: Installation Instructions For The Mxl-iq Control Panel

    Installation 1. Install the MSE-3L Enclosure the indicators and controls are easily The MSE-3L is the enclosure for the MXL-IQ. accessible. Consider the following when mounting the NOTE: When the backbox is mounted backbox: semi-flush using the MET-3L kit, be sure...
  • Page 33 Conduit is not an accept- able conductor. Make sure that the dedicated circuit-breaker for the MXL-IQ is turned off at the mains. Place the mounting bracket for the MPS-6/ 12 over the two studs provided in the enclosure as shown in Figure 24.
  • Page 34 Installation lockwashers, and finally the nuts over the Unpack the MKB-4. Inspect the module for two studs. Tighten them securely. such things as integrated circuits (ICs) not firmly seated in their sockets, bent IC pins, Connect the AC mains to MPS-6/12 as connectors not properly installed, dirt, and follows: packing material on the board.
  • Page 35 Installation NOTE: When you select non-supervision for an annunciator, there must also be one and only one supervised annunciator at the same address. The supervisory mode is independent of the network address. To set for supervision S1-SW5 = Closed (ON) To set for non-supervision S1-SW5 = Open (OFF) Mounting the MKB-4...
  • Page 36 Refer to Table 4 for the dipswitch Figure 28 for the connection of a UPS to definitions. meet this requirement. 1. Before installing a PIM-2 in the MXL-IQ system, a PIM-1 must be already 8. Install the MOM-2 or MOM-4 installed.
  • Page 37 INSTALL IN UL LISTED GANGBOX LINE indicator will be INTEGRITY BETWEEN PIM-2 lit. If the ON LINE AND THE PRINTER. indicator is not lit, PIM-2 POWER CABLE Figure 29 MUST BE IN CONDUIT press the ON LINE PIM-2 to MXL-IQ Wiring Diagram button.
  • Page 38 Installation mounting screws for the card guides To mount the MOM-2/4 in an MSE-3L already installed.) enclosure: 1. Hold the MOM-2/4 so that terminal 1. Mount the long screws. blocks TB2 and TB4 are on the left. 2. Make sure that the locating pin on the 2.
  • Page 39 1. Mount the MID-16 in one System 3 type programmed to transfer back to normal module space using the four screws when the MXL-IQ is silenced. provided. Use jumper P6 on the MOI-7 to select the 2. Connect the MID-16 to the module to its desired mode according to the table below.
  • Page 40: 12. Start Up Procedure

    Installation 10. Install Field Wiring Wiring to the SMB-2 Refer to Table 6. Dress the field wiring that will be going to the SMB-2. Strip the i t o c i f a i l t i u insulation from the wiring, but do not i t o c i f a i l...
  • Page 41 . 4 1 ) + ( ) - ( ± ; d r e c i computer to the MXL-IQ. Refer to the r a l e z i CSGM Manual (P/N 315-090381) for the 1 > correct procedure. 1 >...
  • Page 42 Installation • Check the trouble list on the MKB for Unpack each module just before installa- troubles on the devices that were just tion. Inspect the module, looking for such added. The troubles will be from among things as integrated circuits (ICs) not firmly the following (See Appendix J for a seated in their sockets, bent IC pins, complete list of Trouble Messages):...
  • Page 43 Installation • Check the trouble list on the MKB for the following (See Appendix J for a troubles on the devices that were just complete list of Trouble Messages): added. The troubles will be from among Device multiple response the following (See Appendix J for a Input device not responding complete list of Trouble Messages): Device multiple response...
  • Page 44 NIM-1W into the MOM-2/4 card cage. installing the NIM-1W into the MOM-2/4. Make sure that the module is in the card Use switch SW1 to set the MXL-IQ network guides and the card edge is firmly seated in address. Set this switch according to the the connectors on the MOM-2/4.
  • Page 45 Each circuit operates independently in the grade trouble bus. These two buses degrade mode. Dipswitch S2, positions become active ONLY when the MXL-IQ SW1 and SW2, determines the degrade communication network fails. Dipswitch S2 mode of operation when the trouble bus on the CSM-4 sets the degrade mode of activates.
  • Page 46: 13. System Function Checkout

    13. System Function Checkout mitted to the receiving station even when the MXL-IQ communication network fails. The status of the MXL-IQ before checkout Using the CSG-M printout, determine if must be as listed below: either of the circuits is configured as a Leased Line trouble.
  • Page 47 Installation Test Response 1. Observe the display on the MKB-4. • The POWER LED should be on steady. • The TROUBLE LED should be off. • The following message should appear on the alphanumeric display: (Time and Date) (Time and Date) SYSTEM SYSTEM (Time and Date)
  • Page 48 Installation Test Response 5. Activate all status devices on the • None of the devices should cause an alarm or trouble condition. System. • If there is a printer, the System should print the status of report- ing devices. • As each device is activated, the custom message recorded on the printer corresponds to the CSG-M printout for that device.
  • Page 49 Installation TABLE 16 2-19...
  • Page 50 Installation 2-20...
  • Page 51: Chapter 3 Operation

    System, except for some fixed addresses that have already been assigned (See Table 17). The modules communicate to the MXL-IQ Control Panel through a serial communications network. The System r ( l continuously supervises all of the modules for presence and proper operation.
  • Page 52: System Modules

    MOI-7 Voice and Annunciator Driver Relay 2 The MOI-7 occupies one network address Relay 3 and one network node in the MXL-IQ System. Set the address on S1 (See Figure Relay 4 17, page 1-10) according to Table 16, page...
  • Page 53: The Display

    The TROUBLE LED only lights when the an event is reported. The back light turns MOI-7 cannot communicate with the off automatically after 5 minutes of system MXL-IQ. This is an indication that the inactivity. network connection between the MOI-7 and SMB-2 is damaged.
  • Page 54: Internal Audible Alarm

    System. A back light that you type). turns on when any key is pressed or an event is reported. 12:00:00 jan 01, 2002 system - - - siemens System mxl - - - normal ALARM SUPV TRBL DISPLAY...
  • Page 55: Modes Of Operation

    Command Keypad Display Keys Left arrow ( ) - Press to select the item to The MXL-IQ has two display keys, NEXT the left of what is flashing on the display and HOLD, located on the MKB-4. (unless entering a number).
  • Page 56: Alarm

    1. Follow the response plan approved by message when a fire alarm is received. the local authority having jurisdiction. See Alarm. 2. When the MXL-IQ is installed, the ACKnowledge key and Audible Alarm Supervisory Silence key (AUD SIL) on the MKB-4 The alphanumeric display shows a supervi- are behind a locked door.
  • Page 57: Viewing The List Of Alarms

    Operation In the messages above, 1-001 represents 5. If you press ALARM ACK again, the the address of the device reporting the System displays ALL ALARMS alarm. ACKNOWLEDGED. The ALARM LED glows steadily to NOTE: On the display, not all leading indicate that all alarms are acknowledged.
  • Page 58: Supervisories

    Operation SIL alternately silences and unsilences the If your System includes a printer, it prints a System.) message from two to four lines long similar to the following: If your System has a printer, it prints a message similar to the following: SUPERV 1-1 11:59:59 DEC 31, 20XX #1 [custom message], [device type] AUD SILENCED/UNSIL.
  • Page 59: How To Individually Acknowledge A Supervisory

    Operation How to Individually Acknowledge a Message 2: Supervisory (NFPA 72 Proprietary, UL 1076) 1-001 [custom message] 1. Press SUPV ACK. The System 002 [time/date] IN SEC acknowledges the supervisory displayed and then displays the next unacknowledged supervisory. Message 3: If your system has a printer, it prints an ALARMS=000 SUPERVISORIES=000...
  • Page 60: Troubles

    Operation In the messages above, 1-001 represents If your System has a printer, it prints an the address of the device reporting the acknowledgment message similar to the trouble. following: 002 in the first message tells you that this is ACK SECURITY 1-5 12:01:28 DEC 3,20XX the second (and the most recent) of two #2 [custom message], [device type]...
  • Page 61: How To Individually Acknowledge A Trouble

    Operation ACK TROUBLE 11:59:59 DEC 31, 20XX Reset Procedures ALL TROUBLES ACKNOWLEDGED Hard Reset 5. If you press TRBL ACK again, the Other terms for Hard Reset are Power-up, System displays Initialization, and Cold Reset. ALL TROUBLES ACKNOWLEDGED. Applying power to the System performs a Hard Reset which initializes (starts) the entire system.
  • Page 62: Using The Mkb Keyboard/annunciator Panel In Global Mode

    Operation If you press RESET before acknowledging Using The MKB all conditions and silencing the audible Keyboard/Annunciator alarms, the display shows a message similar to the following: Panel in Global Mode ALARMS NOT ALL ACKNOWLEDGED YET The Global MKB Keyboard/Annunciator (or) Panel operates the same as described SUPERVISORY NOT ALL ACKNOWLEDGED YET...
  • Page 63: Global Keypad Operation

    Operation Global Keypad Operation SUPERVISORY The 3 event displays are formatted as follows for a supervisory condition: BLOCK ACK Global block acknowledgment operates as NN:MMM-DDD [custom message] in a standalone MXL, but with global scope. 1 [time/date] IN SUP Events for the queue acknowledge System wide (all nodes).
  • Page 64: Using The Menu

    The menu gives you wide control of the global MKB to keep up to date as to true MXL-IQ System. You may use the menu no System status. If any panel reports an matter what mode the System is in.
  • Page 65: Overview Of The Menu's Structure

    Operation Overview of the Menu’s Structure If you are in the menu and do not depress a Press ENTER to enter the menu. The numeric or arrow key at any time during a 1 menu then uses the first 32 spaces of the minute period, the System returns to the second line of the display to communicate previous item.
  • Page 66: Beginning A Menu Session

    Operation Beginning a Menu Session For help in understanding what the List When you first press ENTER to begin a function does, press HELP when the L in menu session, the second line of the LIST is blinking. The System displays: display shows the four Main Menu items: TO LIST SYSTEM, DEVICE, CSGM INFO ACKNOWLEDGE...
  • Page 67: Entering Your Password

    Operation The System gives you three chances to TO TEST SYSTEM, LOOP & DEVICE enter an acceptable password before it returns you to the Main Menu. Use this function to test the System, its If the System accepts your password, it loops, and its devices, including ground displays the Control, Test, or Walktest fault, battery voltage and current, and the...
  • Page 68: Acknowledge Menu

    Operation When you type the module number and If All Alarms Are Acknowledged: the device number, use the Left arrow If all the alarms are acknowledged, the key as a backspace key to erase errors. System displays the following message and then returns you to the Acknowledge menu.
  • Page 69: Acknowledge: Supervsry

    Operation of the unacknowledged alarms, it returns to If There Is An Unacknowledged Supervisory: the first Acknowledge menu: The System does not let you acknowledge supervisory conditions if there are any ACKNOWLEDGE: ALARM SUPERVISRY unacknowledged alarms. If there is at least one unacknowledged alarm, the System (To end a menu session and return to the briefly displays the following message and...
  • Page 70: Acknowledge: Security

    Operation The System then displays the next supervi- If All Security Conditions Are Acknowledged: sory to acknowledge. If all security conditions are acknowledged, the System displays the following message To skip a supervisory, press NEXT. The and returns you to the Acknowledge menu: System displays the next supervisory in the series.
  • Page 71: Acknowledge: Trouble

    Operation Press ENTER to acknowledge the security Press ENTER while the T is blinking to select condition shown. The System prints a Trouble. message similar to the following message and removes that security condition from If There Is No Trouble: the unacknowledged security list: If there is no trouble to acknowledge, the System briefly displays the following...
  • Page 72: List Menu

    Operation Press HELP again to return to the previous Software version (SW version) display.) Output states Press ENTER to acknowledge the trouble Device usages shown. The System prints a message Node address similar to the following message and Air Sampling removes that trouble from the unacknowl- edged trouble list: Percent/ft...
  • Page 73: List: Status

    Operation Press ENTER to select LIST. The System In the above printed message, there are two displays the first List menu, with the S in alarms, both of them acknowledged, no STATUS blinking: supervisory conditions, no security condi- tions and 30 trouble conditions, all acknowl- LIST: STATUS ALARM SUPERVSRY edged.
  • Page 74: List: Supervisory

    Operation When the System has shown all current fire alternating between the following two alarms, it returns to the List menu. displays: To obtain a full printed list of alarms in 1-001 [custom message] the following format—one item for each 002 [device type] IN SUP current alarm—press PRINT when the A in...
  • Page 75: List: Trouble

    Operation Press ENTER to select SECURITY and press the Up arrow key to go backward one display security information on the MKB-4 menu each time. display. List: Trouble If There Is No Security Condition: The List Trouble function shows you all the If there is no security condition, the System troubles currently in the System in the order briefly displays the following message and...
  • Page 76: List: Sensitivity Settings

    Operation Press NEXT to display the address and Listing of all Trouble at 14:35:20 Oct 09, 20XX: sensitivity setting of each succeeding TROUBLE IN 29-41 14:34:22 Oct 09, 20XX smoke detector. When the System has #7 [custom message],[trouble type], shown the sensitivity settings of all smoke [device type] detectors on that analog loop, it returns to In the above listing 29-41 is the address of...
  • Page 77 Operation (If you press HELP at this point, the System If the module number entered is not an displays: analog loop, the System displays: SHOW DETECTOR VOLTAGES Not Analog Loop. Press HELP again to return to the List menu.) If the device address has no device as- signed by CSG-M, the System displays: Display the Voltage of One Device No Device Assigned .
  • Page 78: List: Temp

    Operation To print the Sensitivity voltages of all the To leave the Temp menu without going smoke detectors for the specified module, through all subaddresses, press the Up use the arrow keys to cause the S in SENS arrow key. The System displays the List to blink and press PRINT.
  • Page 79: List: Device Type

    3- V4 CZM-4 continues to display device types until there 251- V5 MKB-4 253- V1 MXL-IQ Panel are no more devices for that module. The System then returns to the List menu. To In the above display, the number following...
  • Page 80: List: Message

    Use List Software Version to show: TYPE IN MODULE & DEVICE: 1. System Custom Message 2. MXL-IQ Software Version 3. Version of CSG-M used to Create the Type the three-digit module number and System three-digit device number using the nu- 4.
  • Page 81: List: Output States

    O in Output States to start blinking: MSG [system custom message] LIST: OUTPUT STATES Press NEXT again to display the MXL-IQ software version: (If you press HELP at this point, the System displays: MXL-IQ VERSION: [version number]...
  • Page 82: List: Device Usages

    The System asks you for a module and Press ENTER to select List Node Address. device number. The System displays the X-Net node address for that particular MXL-IQ panel. TYPE IN MODULE & DEVICE: 001-001 List: Air Sampling Type the three-digit module number and...
  • Page 83 Operation List Air Sampling – Smoke_Lev For printed bar graphs, the characters Press ENTER when the S in SMOKE_LEV shown below indicate the following: is blinking to select List AIR SAMPLING . = an inactive trip point SMOKE_LEV. ! = an active trip point The System asks you for a module and device number: List Air Sampling –...
  • Page 84: List: Percent/ft

    Operation Air Sampling Air Flow Levels at 13:23:31 Jan 03, 20XX ALRM: 100%, Cust Msg 10 010-001 13:23:31 Jan 03,20XX 010-011 13:23:31 Jan 03,20XX, PRE1: 50% PRE2: 80% 0% Scale >> . . << LOW, Cust Msg 1 ALRM: 100%, Cust Msg 11 010-002 13:23:32 Jan 03,20XX Press ENTER when the F in FLOW_TRIP is...
  • Page 85: List Percent/ft - Senstvty

    Operation Print the Analog Loop’s Current Readings in LIST: PERCENT/FT Percent/ft Obscuration Press PRINT when the P in Percent/ft is blinking. The System asks you for a module Press ENTER to select List Percent/ft. The number. System asks you for a module and device number.
  • Page 86: Control Menu

    Operation Type the three-digit module number and CONTROL Menu three-digit device number using the nu- The Control menu has nine items from meric keypad and press ENTER. (Enter all which to choose; six of the items have leading zeros.) submenus, as follows (the shortened terms The System displays the currently assigned used in the menu are in parentheses): application for the device specified.
  • Page 87: Entering The Control Menu

    Operation • Arm and disarm a loop (If you press HELP while the R in RESET is blinking, the System explains this function: • Send a request to the Network Command Center (NCC) to disconnect the MXL from RESET SYSTEM the network •...
  • Page 88: Control: Arm/dis

    Operation Control: Arm/dis If you enter any address for which there is no device assigned, the System displays: Use Control Arm/dis to enable or disable the operation of an initiating device. NO DEVICE ASSIGNED From the Control menu, press the Left or Right arrow key to cause the A in ARM/DIS to start blinking.
  • Page 89: Control: Output On/off

    Operation Control: Output on/off 253-005 ENERGIZE DE ENERGIZE Use Control Output_On/Off to arm or disarm an output device. In addition, you can energize or de-energize disarmed output Use the Right or Left arrow key to energize devices. or de-energize the device and press ENTER. Press NEXT to move through the outputs From the Control menu, press the Left or until you display the ones you want to...
  • Page 90: Control: Loop Disarm

    Operation Control: Loop Disarm Press ENTER while the N in Use Control Loop Disarm to disable the NET_LINK_REQUEST is blinking to operation of a loop of ALD initiating devices. disconnect the panel from the X-Network. From the Control menu, press the Left or To reconnect the panel to the X-Network, Right arrow key to cause the L in from the Control menu, press the Left or...
  • Page 91: Control: Percent/ft

    Operation Control Percent/ft - Senstvty The display for Sensitivity supplies the TRIP POINTS INVALID. current sensitivity as read back from the detector and is similar to the following (readings are dynamic): Press ENTER when the F in FLOW_TRIP is blinking to select Control FLOW_TRIP. 002-003 SENS 1.4%/FT NORM The System asks you for a module and...
  • Page 92: Control: Change Apps

    Operation Control Percent/ft - Pre-alarm Type the three-digit module number and The display for Pre-alarm supplies the three-digit device number using the nu- current pre-alarm setting read back from meric keypad and press ENTER. (Enter all the detector and is similar to the following leading zeros.) (readings are dynamic): Use the arrow keys to cycle through the 11...
  • Page 93: Entering The Test Menu

    Operation Entering the Test Menu Device_LED From the Main Menu, use the Left or Right MOI_Lamp_test arrow keys to cause the T in TEST to begin X_Network* blinking. M_Network* (If you press HELP at this point, the System Override explains the Test function: Det_cleaned TO TEST SYSTEM, LOOP &...
  • Page 94: Test: Ground Fault

    Operation (If you press HELP at this point, the System GROUND FAULT IS MINUS displays: TYPE HH:MM:SS MM/DD/YYYY <ENTER> If the message is other than OK, locate the loop and the device responsible. The display automatically changes to OK when The Help display tells you to type the time the ground fault problem is corrected.
  • Page 95: Test: Lamp Test

    Operation Press ENTER again to display the AC LAMP TEST: LED’S DISPLAY voltage: Press ENTER to test the LEDs and the AC VOLTAGE = X VOLTS audible on the MKB-4. The LEDs light for 5 seconds and then return to their previous state.
  • Page 96: Test: Moi Lamp Test

    (X-Network, M-Network) devices until you display the ones whose LEDs you wish to test. Follow the instruc- This function is used only by Siemens tions above. Industry, Inc., engineers to observe network traffic so that they can evaluate the operation When the System has displayed the of the module communication network.
  • Page 97: Test: Det_cleaned

    IEC; IEC not enabled in CSGM). Confirmation Override. The System will display the following message: If the device is an IEC detector, the MXL-IQ will display and print the time, date, module- OVERRIDE ENABLED device and custom message of the cleaned device.
  • Page 98: Test: Pre_alarm

    TROUBLE OUT 253 08:25:50 AUG 08, 20XX this detector into pre-alarm. Once it pre- #9 — SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES —, alarms, or after a delay, the MXL-IQ then ASD TESTING DISABLED, MXL PANEL restores the detector to its proper pre-alarm setting.
  • Page 99: Test: Manual_activate

    MXL-IQ trouble messages and activations. the text reads Troubles summarized. Select Manual_Activate and press ENTER. • The MXL-IQ only reports TRBL-INs The System asks you for a module number when summary mode is enabled at an and device number.
  • Page 100 Operation Test::Manual_Activate - Test This provides a remote switch that upon activation/deactivation of the TRI, the MXL- IQ reads the module-device address provided and preforms the operations outlined above. Thisuse is primarily for, but not limited to, testing intelligent duct detectors.
  • Page 101: Testing And Troubleshooting

    Chapter Testing and Troubleshooting SYSTEM TEST use SIEMENS Test Gas P/N 315- Important: 282747, following the instructions on the If the System is connected to the Fire label. Check that the detector LED lights Department, or activates an external and that the proper indication is given at System (for example, a leased line the Control Panel.
  • Page 102: Troubleshooting

    Sometimes you can locate a fault quickly Troubleshooting both the external wiring and using the Troubleshooting Guide. When the MXL-IQ System wiring follows the steps this is not possible, continue with the in System Function Checkout on page checkout procedure on page 2-16 and then 2-16.
  • Page 103 Testing and Troubleshooting TABLE 19 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (Continued) e l b h t i c i f i n o i i l - f s i s r o t y l r i l - f s i s r o t ½...
  • Page 104 Testing and Troubleshooting TABLE 19 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (Continued) i v e l i a . e l c i g i s s . s d o i t i s u n i r o r f r r o r o r l o r i t c...
  • Page 105: Walktest Operating Instructions

    INTRODUCTION A Walktest of the MXL-IQ System enables a qualified technician to test the operation of input points on the MXL-IQ with or without disabling the entire fire alarm system. Testing can be either silent or with audible feedback in the following ways: 1.
  • Page 106: System W/aud

    Walktest. ating real alarm conditions for the ALD loop or CZM-4 conventional zones in 1. Inform the person in charge of the MXL-IQ Walktest. fire alarm system that a Walktest is to be performed and that part or all of the fire detection system will be disabled.
  • Page 107: Walktest The System

    • Press ENTER, or wait 60 seconds and Alarm causing devices in Walktest do NOT the MXL-IQ returns to the Walktest cause alarms until the MXL-IQ is out of the menu. (The MXL-IQ is in system trouble of Walktest. Walktest.) The LCD indicates the time...
  • Page 108: Walktest Ending Sequence

    (if applicable) (if applicable) (if applicable) • The MXL-IQ prompts the user for the (if applicable) (if applicable) module number to be tested. • Enter the desired module network 3. The LCD displays the device address,...
  • Page 109: Walktest Ending Sequence

    The Walktest remains running in the background of the MXL-IQ until it times out or is canceled. 2. When a printer is installed, the printer prints a message similar to the following: WARNING:...
  • Page 110 The time is remains running in the background of the indicated in HH:MM (hours:minutes) until MXL-IQ until it times out or is canceled. less than 1 hour remains, then it is indicated in MM:SS (minutes:seconds). • Locate the device to be tested and place that device in alarm (or trouble).
  • Page 111: History Log

    The History Recording 3. Event viewing and listing in the MXL-IQ Options are selected from the Options, through the MKB-4 and attached printer. System Message, Authorizations menu.
  • Page 112: Logging Methods

    Small List Logging Screen 2 shows the default conditions for the history option when it is selected for the In the small list logging mode, the MXL-IQ first time. stores up to 818 events (See Screen 3) in non-volatile memory. Non-volatile memory...
  • Page 113: Circular Logging

    Beginning with MXL-IQ Rev. 6.0, the user can suppress the Circular History Log Full Trouble. This option must be set in CSG-M Circular Logging...
  • Page 114: Mkb Menu Option To Enable, Disable And Erase History

    History Manually Turned on History Manually Turned on History Manually Turned on History Manually Turned on Effective with MXL-IQ Revision 6.0, this option allows the user with the highest level NOTES: password to turn on, turn off, or erase the History, provided that this system option 1.
  • Page 115: Local History Log Query

    There is a limited set of query selection and and then press ENTER to display to the filter options available within the MXL-IQ. LCD, or PRINT to print on the MXL-IQ More complex options are only possible system printer. using an IBM PC that is running the The MXL-IQ asks for a starting date and MXL-IQ history support program.
  • Page 116: Navigating The History Display

    A division symbol (÷) in the first line of the display gives the operator a quick visual DEVICE DISARMED (always occurs cue that the MXL-IQ is in the history display with ARM) mode. If the history event begins with a module/device (mmm/ddd) code, the The event type.
  • Page 117: Set Time Event

    The module address where the reset 2:00:30 Mar 10, 20XX occurred. In this example, the watchdog The date and time in the MXL-IQ before the reset originated on the SMB-2 at fixed SET TIME function was performed. address 253. The division sign indicates 2:10:45 Mar 10, 20XX that this is a history log display.
  • Page 118: Audible Silenced Event

    History Log Audible Silenced Event OVERRIDE This event occurs when the audible silence The action that is being applied to the key is actuated on an MKB-4. The LCD feature. The selections in this field are: displays: OVERRIDE NORMAL 251÷ AUDIBLE SILENCED AUDIBLE SILENCED AUDIBLE SILENCED...
  • Page 119: Configuration Changed Event

    Configuration Changed Event This event occurs when an operator The history log sequence number. uploads a new CSG-M configuration to the MXL-IQ control panel. The LCD displays: 12:24:48 Mar 10, 20XX The time that the event was logged. Configuration changed 10->11 Configuration changed 10->11...
  • Page 120: Logic Sensitivity Set Event

    2.12 The history printout format available at the Indicates that this is an IEC (Enviro-Link) MXL-IQ control panel appears in the same set sensitivity event. The detector sensitivity format as all other listing type reports. The has been set to 2.12 volts. (The voltage can listing output is in the higher character range from 0-5 volts.) This field may...
  • Page 121 History Log History Log Sample Printout Line 1 Listing of History Log at 14:32:22 Apr 04,20XX Line 2 This is a FULL list beginning at 09:20:02 Mar 01,20XX: Line 3 SENS NORM. FN0012 06:00:00 Mar 02,20XX Sensitivity set by output logic Line 4 SENS Hi_1 FN0013 19:00:00...
  • Page 122 History Log Event Type SECURTY Security causing device Identifies the type of history event that is event being reported. The following event types SUPERVS Supervisory causing device are arranged in groups. The modifier fields event for each group are different. Group 3 types: Group 1 types: SENS...
  • Page 123: Mxl-iq To Csg-m Download Formats

    There are two ways to access transmission of the entire CSG-M configu- history log events: ration from the MXL-IQ to the PC host. For very large configurations, this could take 1. Non-destructive mode—information many minutes for the first download after a can be examined only.
  • Page 124: History Download Sequence

    3. The PC computes the required amount MXL-IQ begins. A warm reset occurs in of storage and determines if the media in the MXL-IQ at the end of the extraction the PC has enough room for it. If there is process.
  • Page 125 7. Only one PB-1191, and no additional device, can be connected to a CZM-4 initiating zone. — 8 . The FP-11 is only compatible with MXL-IQ Rev. 6.0 or greater firmware. — 9. Must use MXL-IQ Rev 3.0 or greater firmware.
  • Page 126 Appendix A...
  • Page 127: Device Analog Voltages

    Appendix B Device Analog Voltages v i t y t i 2 1 . 2 1 . . 0 - 2 1 . 2 1 . . 5 - . 4 - . 0 - / I 0 . 4 - .
  • Page 128 Appendix B...
  • Page 129: Mxl-iq Battery Calculations

    MXL-IQ Battery Calculations Battery backup is a requirement for the 5. Multiply the AH Total by 1.3 to obtain MXL-IQ. To determine the size battery you the final battery amp hour capacity and must use, follow the procedures listed record it opposite Battery Size.
  • Page 130 Appendix C i t c NOTES The following modules draw no 24 VDC current and do not need to be included in the battery calculations: MOM-2 MOM-4 TSW-2 1. Use this column for battery size calculations. 2. Power is supplied by a separate UPS.
  • Page 131: Mxl-iq Power Supply Load Calculations

    Appendix D MXL-IQ Power Supply Load Calculations Each MXL-IQ System enclosure requires an SMB-2. To ensure that the power supply is not overloaded, complete the worksheet on the following page. • Enter the quantity of each module in the enclosure.
  • Page 132 Appendix D The following modules l a t i t c l a t i t c t l i f l l u i t c draw no current from y t i i f i t either the 5 VDC or 24 VDC power supplies and do not 1 .
  • Page 133: Alarm Verification

    Alarm Verification The Alarm Verification feature provides the turnoff period, the panel puts that detector MXL-IQ with a way to verify an alarm from into alarm if it has alarm causing data within area type addressable smoke detectors 60 seconds of being turned back on. See...
  • Page 134 With Device Confirmation, the B C There is an Override menu selection in the verification time known as System Justi- Test menu of MXL-IQ. Select Alr_Verify to fied Alarm time is also adjustable. It is the disable all alarm verification or select...
  • Page 135 Adjusting the Alarm Threshold When a New CSG-M is Uploaded Initial System Power-Up After MXL-IQ checks that the actual ID of a When a new or modified CSG-M is loaded device with Envirolink agrees with the into a system, the MXL-IQ control panel CSG-M, it adjusts the detector’s alarm...
  • Page 136 If the detector is clean, IEC data When an MXL-IQ is powered the first time, for that device is reset to clean levels, and and there is no data for IEC devices, MXL-IQ the following message prints: leaves these devices at the default alarm threshold.
  • Page 137 IEC is not enabled for the system, an error messages displays: DEVICE NOT SUBJECT TO IEC IEC NOT ENABLED IN CSG-M If the device is an IEC detector, MXL-IQ displays and prints the time, date, device, and custom message of the cleaned device.
  • Page 138 Appendix F...
  • Page 139: Latching/non-latching Troubles

    IN/OUT conditions updates the display. Not all troubles can be removed from the When all these conditions are met, the MXL-IQ trouble queue. If there is no OUT condition removes both the in and out occurrence of reported (i.e., Class A loop trouble), MXL-IQ this trouble from the queue.
  • Page 140 Appendix G...
  • Page 141: Installing A Security Point

    Appendix H Installing A Security Point WARNING: These circuits are CAUTION: intended for 24 hour • When setting the device address using alarm monitoring only. the FPI-32, select the normally closed alarm causing input. UL 1076 requires a TSW-2 tamper switch as •...
  • Page 142 Appendix H...
  • Page 143: Application Specific Detection (asd)

    NOTES: r i v ) t n i n r r i s 1. The ILP-2 is only compatible with MXL-IQ Revision 3.0 or greater firmware. y t r , y t , d i i t a...
  • Page 144 Appendix I Testing ASD Devices device, the tester may find it extremely Since one of the parameters transmitted to difficult to alarm the detector since the the detector adjusts the detection algo- algorithms are designed not to be fooled by rithm (R-algorithm) to reduce false alarms, a deceptive phenomenon such as test gas.
  • Page 145: Mxl-iq Trouble Messages

    Appendix J Trouble Message The Probable Cause Is: MXL-IQ Trouble Messages Trouble Message The Probable Cause Is: AC Fail or Brownout Primary AC power is missing or below the brownout level; the System is running on battery backup. Airflow Too Low AnaLASER airflow is below programmed threshold.
  • Page 146 300 and the CXL. Data is attempting to transmit. CSGM Out Of Date This MXL-IQ (node) will need to be updated with the latest CSG-M networked program. A network CSG-M has been loaded on another MXL-IQ (node) and has a reference to this MXL-IQ (node).
  • Page 147 Appendix J Trouble Message The Probable Cause Is: Ground Fault Plus Low impedance to the positive side of one of the field wiring circuits to earth ground. High Battery Voltage Battery voltage is too high because battery has been overcharged. Battery and/or charger are possibly defective.
  • Page 148 The Probable Cause Is: Log FULL, Events Will Be Lost History Log is full. Use extract history in CSG-M to reset the MXL-IQ history log Loss of 24V Input Power A CZM-4 has lost its 24 VDC input. Low Battery Voltage Battery voltage readings low;...
  • Page 149 Appendix J Trouble Message The Probable Cause Is: MOI-1 Zone Disarmed Output of an MOI-7 (MOD-16 or VPM-5) has been disarmed at the MXL. More Than 60 Alarms The System alarm queue is full, and more alarms have been received. More Than 60 Securities The System security condition queue is full, and more security conditions have...
  • Page 150 XNET wiring and/or NIM-1W module is defective. Out of RAM Call Support The configuration upload is too large. Out of Tasks Call Support Contact the Siemens Industry, Inc. Techni- cal Services Department. Output Disarmed Indicates that an output point has been manually disarmed.
  • Page 151 When the message Call Support appears, a four letter Alpha ID will be displayed. This number is necessary when reporting the problem to Siemens Industry, Inc. Style 4 Network Mode The Style 4 jumper on a NET-7 is found on a Style 7 system.
  • Page 152 Unspecified Node Responding • NIM-1W address on another node is incorrect. • The network CSG-M is incorrect. WALKTEST Activated The MXL-IQ has been placed in the walk test mode. Warm Reset The hardware reset input to the MXL-IQ was used.
  • Page 153 Appendix K Power Limited Wiring For power limited wiring refer to the follow- ing Installation Instructions:...
  • Page 154 Appendix K...
  • Page 155 Appendix L New Two Stage Alarm For use in Canada only with MXL-IQ software version 1.0 and higher Canadian Two Stage Alarm is available designer/programmer to define how Two with revision 1.0 of MXL-IQ firmware and Stage alarm should function.
  • Page 156 New Two Stage Configuration flag is set to NO before compiling and uploading Two Stage Control Function (CSG-M) to the MXL-IQ. This function has two inputs and an output list. The inputs are labeled Stage 1 and Stage 2.
  • Page 157 Fire Protection Company Name CSG-M Memory=2900 used, 316874 free CONFIG => TWOSTG Options, System Message, Authorizations System Message -----------------> --- SIEMENS Building Technologies --- Authorization Code-Level 1 -----> 11111 Authorization Code-Level 2 -----> 22222 Authorization Code-Level 3 -----> 33333 COUNTRY where installed --------> Canada Language Selection ------------->...
  • Page 158 Two Stage There are two keyswitch types available in control function and there is a conflict the MXL-IQ. All logic associated with a (that is, some functions indicate Stage keyswitch device is CSG-M programmable.
  • Page 159 Appendix L Basic Two Stage System reset (provided the RESET INHIBIT The figure on page L-6 demonstrates a logic permits). basic Two Stage system design. Its • If a keyswitch is activated after the operation is summarized below: ANY_ALARM flag is TRUE, the system will output the second stage •...
  • Page 160 Appendix L Complex Two Stage System The figure on the next page demonstrates a more complex Two Stage system. The basic principles of operation are the same as the basic Two Stage system with a slight variation. In this example, several Two Stage control functions are used in the system design.
  • Page 161 Appendix L Complex Two Stage System...
  • Page 162 Appendix L...
  • Page 163: Pre-alarm, Dual Criteria Logic Functions, And Percent Per Foot Obscuration

    ALD-2s (or ALD-2Is). These device types • a displayed and printed pre-alarm tell the CSG-M and the MXL-IQ that they report have the features of pre-alarm, dual criteria • output logic control (photo thermal only), and ability to display •...
  • Page 164 CSG-M. Using the criteria selection learning period. function to select either the chamber or the thermal for the ILPT-1 takes the MXL-IQ an The learned pre-alarm level is stored in additional 5 seconds (or more) to evaluate flash memory so that on a panel power-on, after the device alarms.
  • Page 165 Appendix M PHOTO Pre-alarm adjust .25% / ft. .12% / ft. increment Pre-alarm range .25 - 2.0% / ft. .25 - .75% / ft. Pre-alarm 1.5% / ft. .75% / ft. default Sensitivity adjust ~.25% / ft. ~.12% / ft. increment Sensitivity range 1.25 - 3.4% / ft.
  • Page 166 Appendix M...
  • Page 167 Appendix N MXL-IQ Spare Parts List 2 - / 2 - / 4 - / 2 - / - / 2 ) a t 2 - / e t t 2 - /...
  • Page 168 Appendix N...
  • Page 169 Available Device Usage Types screen: 24 Hour Trouble Resound / LOC RES CAUSNG Reminder Timer If this feature is set in CSG-M, the MXL-IQ The system designer can connect the automatically sounds the trouble buzzer MID-16 or CZM-4 inputs to another system every 24 hours from the time that the via a relay or have a remote reset input.
  • Page 170 At the end of this delay time, if the AC still application specific output device, and not a fails, the MXL-IQ posts the AC Failure global MKB printer for a 72D system. There- trouble; otherwise, it goes back to the fore, if it is installed on a 72D networked original state.
  • Page 171 Appendix P IQ Connections & Ratings i g i l a t t n I t n I t n I a l l a l l l ' t c i t t n I l e t g i l t n i t a l - i t l...
  • Page 172 Appendix P t n I t n I c i l t n I t n I t n i t n I i t s t n I t n I c t i c t i...
  • Page 173 Index Acknowledge menu. See Menu: Acknowledge CRM-4 addresses 3 - 1 description 1 - 9 fixed addresses 3 - 1 installation 2 - 14 alarm verification E - 1 to E - 2 module address 3 - 2 ALD fast polling. See new features - rev.6.0 and higher CSM-4 ALD-2I description 1 - 9...
  • Page 174 Index ID Series of detectors description 1 - 14, 1 - 15 FP Series of detectors IEC. See Envirolink description 1 - 14 ILI Series of detectors description 1 - 15, 1 - 16 ILP Series of detectors History Log description 1 - 16 display 6 - 6 to 6 - 10 audible silenced event 6 - 8...
  • Page 175 Index Net Link Request 3 - 40 Manual_Activate - Test 3 - 50 Output on/off 3 - 39 MOI Lamp Test 3 - 46 Percent/ft 3 - 41 to 3 - 42 Override 3 - 46 to 3 - 47 Reset 3 - 37 Power 3 - 44 to 3 - 45 Sensitivity 3 - 37...
  • Page 176 Index modes of operation 3 - 5 MXL-IQ numeric keypad 3 - 4 basic components 1 - 4 security 3 - 9 to 3 - 10 battery calculations C - 1 special (alt + function) keypad 3 - 5 minimum configuration 1 - 3 supervisories 3 - 8 to 3 - 9 new features - rev.6.0 and higher.
  • Page 177 Index installation 2 - 5 PIM-2/PAL-1 description 1 - 4 installation 2 - 6 SMB-1/-2 power limited wiring L - 1 installation 2 - 3 power supply load calculations D - 1 module address 3 - 2 pre-alarm N - 1 to N - 3 spare parts list O - 1 PS-5A start up procedure 2 - 10...
  • Page 178 Index Index - 6...
  • Page 179 WARNING: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio fre- quency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reason- able protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment.
  • Page 180 Siemens Industry, Inc. Siemens Building Technologies, Ltd. Building Technologies Division Fire Safety & Security Products Florham Park, NJ 2 Kenview Boulevard Brampton, Ontario L6T 5E4 Canada P/N 315-093624-13...

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