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Installation and Operation Guide
IFP-2100/ECS
RFP-2100
Analog/Addressable Fire System
Emergency Communication System
B
Document: LS10143-001SK-E
Rev:
ECN: 17-0364

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  • Page 1 Installation and Operation Guide IFP-2100/ECS RFP-2100 Analog/Addressable Fire System Emergency Communication System Document: LS10143-001SK-E Rev: ECN: 17-0364...
  • Page 2 Fire Alarm & Emergency Communication System Limitations While a life safety system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for life and property insurance! An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of smoke sions (caused by escaping gas, improper storage of flammable detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible warning materials, etc.).
  • Page 3 Installation Precautions Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability: WARNING - Several different sources of power can be Like all solid state electronic devices, this system may connected to the fire alarm control panel. Disconnect all operate erratically or can be damaged when subjected to light- sources of power before servicing.
  • Page 4 To order parts, contact Honeywell Silent Knight inside sales at 800-328-0103. eVance®, Farenhyt™ are trademarks; and Honeywell®, Silent Knight® and SWIFT® are registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Chrome™ and Google™ are trademarks of Google Inc. Firefox®...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Section 1 Introduction ..............................1 Overview of Basic System ......................1 1.1.1 Hardware Features ....................... 1 1.1.2 Network System Hardware Features ..................2 1.1.3 Software Features ......................... 2 1.1.4 IFP-2100ECS Features ......................2 1.1.5 Terms Used in this Manual ....................3 Compatible Products ........................
  • Page 6 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual 4.1.1 Preventing Water Damage ....................1 4.1.2 Removing the IFP-2100/ECS Assembly from the Housing ........... 2 4.1.3 Ethernet Connection ......................2 AC Power Connection ......................... 2 Battery Power ..........................3 4.3.1 Battery Accessory Cabinets ....................3 4.3.1.1 Installing the RBB or AB-55 Accessory Cabinet and Batteries ........
  • Page 7 4.15.4 Installing 4-Wire Smoke Detectors ..................36 4.15.4.1 Installing a Class B 4-Wire Smoke Detectors ............37 4.15.4.2 Installing 4-Wire Class A Smoke Detectors .............37 4.15.5 Auxiliary Power Installation ....................38 4.15.5.1 Door Holder Power ....................39 4.15.5.2 Constant Power ......................39 4.15.5.3 Resettable Power .....................39 4.15.5.4 Sounder Sync Power ....................39 4.16 On-Board Relays (Conventional) ....................39 4.16.1 Trouble Relay ........................39...
  • Page 8 8.2.2 Output Circuit Mapping ......................6 8.2.3 Event Mapping ........................7 8.2.4 Mapping LED Points ......................11 8.2.5 Mapping LED Points for a Networked System ..............12 Programming Using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite ..........12 Programming Using an Annunciator ..................12 8.4.1 Entering / Exiting Panel Programming ................12...
  • Page 9 8.4.1.1 Moving through the Menus ..................13 8.4.1.2 Selecting Options and Entering Data ................13 Programming Menu Quick Reference ..................14 Section 9 Programming .............................1 UL 864 / UL 2572 Programming Requirements ................1 Modules ............................2 9.2.1 Edit Modules ......................... 2 9.2.1.1 Editing Module ID ......................2 9.2.1.2 Naming Modules ......................
  • Page 10 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual 9.6.5 Miscellaneous Options ......................27 9.6.5.1 Strobes Active when Silenced ...................27 9.6.5.2 Auto Display Events ....................28 9.6.6 Daylight Saving Options ......................28 9.6.6.1 Automatic Daylight Saving Adjustment ..............28 9.6.6.2 Daylight Saving Time Start and End .................28 9.6.7 Edit Banner .........................29 9.6.8 SLC Family .........................29...
  • Page 11 10.5.4 Priority Rules ........................10 10.5.5 Other Priority Considerations ....................10 10.6 Operation Mode Behavior ......................11 10.6.1 Multi-Site Annunciator and Multi-Site User Access ............14 10.7 Releasing Operations ........................15 10.7.1 Single Interlock Zone Releasing ..................16 10.7.2 Double Interlock Zone Releasing ..................17 10.8 Smoke Alarm Verification ......................18 10.9 Function Keys ...........................18 10.9.1 Recording an F-Key Macro ....................19 10.9.2 Aborting an F-Key Macro Recording Session ..............19...
  • Page 12 11.9.0.2 Configuration ......................17 Section 12 Reporting .................................1 12.1 Receivers Compatible with the Control Panel ................1 12.2 SIA - IntelliKnight / IFP-2100/ECS Panels PI Modifier Reporting: ..........13 12.3 SIA – IFP-2100/ECS Panel Communicator: ................14 Section 13 Testing and Troubleshooting ....................1 13.1 Troubleshooting ...........................1...
  • Page 13 Compatible Devices ..........................1 Appendix B Editing Text Using the Built-In Programmer ............1 Appendix C Cadence Patterns ..........................1 Appendix D Expanded Receiver/Panel Relationship ..............1 Panel Security Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability Model IFP-2100 Basic Operating Instructions Model IFP-2100ECS Basic Operating Instructions...
  • Page 14: Introduction

    The RFP-2100 (red) or RFP-2100B (black) are the same as the IFP-2100 without the display. The RFP-2100 is used in a networked system where there is at least one IFP-2100/ECS in the system. When using the RFP-2100 as a stand alone local unit, one LCD annunciator must be connected, and the annunciator must be wired in conduit within 20’of the RFP-2100.
  • Page 15: Network System Hardware Features

    2. RA-1000 and RA-100 can have a maximum of 31 devices used. 1.1.2 Network System Hardware Features • The default network setup can contain up to 32- IFP-2100/ECS / RFP-2100 panels connected. • Network support for up to 32 Sites. •...
  • Page 16: Terms Used In This Manual

    The term module is used for all hardware devices except for SLC addressable devices and notification appliances. This includes the IFP-2100/ECS/RFP-2100 panels itself and the built-in power supply. It also refers to any (optional) 5815XL or 6815 SLC expansion modules.
  • Page 17 The maximum point count for IDP or SK devices is limited to 2100 per panel. 6815 supports System Sensor devices (IDP or SK) RFP-2100 Remote Fire Same operation as IFP-2100/ECS without display Panel w/no display 5824 Serial/Parallel Printer Allows a printer to be attached for the on-site event logging. Maximum of Interface Module four 5824s per control panel.
  • Page 18 Wireless relay module B210W 6" wireless base 7860 Telephone Cord RJ31X cord for connecting phone line to the IFP-2100/ECS HFSS Honeywell Fire For communication and panel programming with a Windows-based Software Suite computer. Enables remote viewing of detector status and event history.
  • Page 19: Agency Listings, Approvals, And Requirements

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 2 Agency Listings, Approvals, and Requirements Federal Communications Commission (FCC) The following information must be provided to the telephone company before the IFP-2100/ECS can be connected to the phone lines: Manufacturer: Honeywell Silent Knight Model Number: IFP-2100;...
  • Page 20: Underwriters Laboratories (ul)

    7.3 (SD devices), Section 7.4 (SWIFT devices) of this manual and/or conventional detectors listed in the compatibility chart in Appendix A. Use UL listed notification appliances compatible with the IFP-2100/ECS from those specified in Appendix A of this manual.
  • Page 21: Requirements For Central Station Fire Alarm Systems

    Use both phone lines. Enable phone line monitors for both lines. You must program a phone number and a test time so that the IFP-2100/ECS shall automatically initiate and complete a test signal transmission sequence to its associated receiver at least once every 6 hrs.
  • Page 22 LS10143-001SK-E Agency Listings, Approvals, and Requirements NFPA Requirements for IFP-2100 or RFP-2100 Table 2-1 Model/ Remote Central Description Local Releasing Auxiliary Module Station Station SK-FSL Fiber module IFP-2100CB Enclosure IFP-2100CBC Enclosure RFP-2100CB Enclosure RFP-2100BCB Enclosure 6861BIA/ annunciator 6861GIA (5) Y = YES, N = NO, O = OPTIONAL...
  • Page 23 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E NFPA Requirements for IFP-2100ECS Table 2-2: Mass Remote Central Notification Model/Module Description Local Releasing Auxiliary Emergency EVAC Station Station (In- Building) Accessory cabinet IFP-2100ECSCB Enclosure / IFP- 2100ECSBCB ECS-DUAL50W Amplifier ECS-50W Amplifier ECS-125W Amplifier ECS-SW24...
  • Page 24: Before You Begin Installation

    IFP-2100, IFP-2100ECS or RFP-2100 panel for the first time. Inventory When the IFP-2100/ECS shipment is received, check that all the parts have been included in the shipment. The shipment consist of one of each of the following: •...
  • Page 25: Electrical Specifications

    LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Electrical Specifications Table 3-1 list the terminal block on the IFP-2100/ECS as well as a description of each individual terminal and their respective electrical rating. Table 3-1 Terminal Descriptions and Electrical Specifications Earth Ground Terminal Label...
  • Page 26 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 3-1 Terminal Descriptions and Electrical Specifications Earth Ground Terminal Label Description Rating Faults Voltage Current SBUS communication 5 VDC 100 mA 0Ω SBUS2 OUT SBUS power 24 VDC 1.0 A Used for Class A installations 0Ω...
  • Page 27: Wiring Specifications

    LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Wiring Specifications Induced noise (transfer of electrical energy from one wire to another) can interfere with telephone communication or cause false alarms. To avoid induced noise, follow these guidelines: • Isolate input wiring from high current output and power wiring. Do not pull one multi-conductor cable for the entire panel.
  • Page 28 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Relay AC Power outputs Input Devices To Phone SBUS Devices lines Battery Battery Figure 3-2 Wire Routing Example for IFP-2100ECS...
  • Page 29: Board Assembly Diagram

    Figure 3-3 Model IFP-2100 Assembly Figure 3-3 shows the circuit boards, metal housing and annunciator that attach the IFP-2100/ECS assembly to the cabinet. If you should need to remove the board assembly for repair, remove the four mounting nuts which hold the assembly in the cabinet.
  • Page 30: Calculating Current Draw And Standby Battery

    Make sure that the total alarm current you calculated, including current for the panel itself, does not exceed 9.0 A. This is the maximum alarm current for the IFP-2100/ECS control panel. If the current is above 9.0 A you will need to use a notification power expander(s) such as the 5496 or the RPS-1000 intelligent power expander, to distribute the power loads so that the IFP-2100/ECS or the power expanders do not exceed their power ratings.
  • Page 31 LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Table 3-2: Current Draw Worksheet for IDP SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Addressable SLC Devices IDP-Photo IDP-Photo-T IDP-PhotoR Standby: .30 mA IDP-Heat IDP-Heat-HT IDP-Acclimate Standby: .30 mA IDP-Heat-ROR Standby/Alarm: 2 mA...
  • Page 32 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 3-2: Current Draw Worksheet for IDP SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current SLC Accessories Aux Pwr Standby: .5 mA B200SR Sounder Base Alarm: 35 mA Standby .3 mA...
  • Page 33 LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Table 3-2: Current Draw Worksheet for IDP SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Standby: 52 mA ECS-INT50W Internal Amplifier (16 max.) Alarm @ 25V: 275 mA Alarm @ 70V: 310 mA ECS-DUAL50W Dual Voice Amp (16 max.)
  • Page 34: Current Draw Worksheet For Sk Slc Devices

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 3-2: Current Draw Worksheet for IDP SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Number of standby hours Multiply lines E and F. Total standby AH Alarm sounding period in hours. (For example, 5 minutes = .0833 hours) Multiply lines E and H.
  • Page 35 LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Table 3-3 Current Draw Worksheet for SK SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Addressable SLC Detectors SK-PHOTO SK-PHOTO-T SK-HEAT SK-HEAT-HT Standby/Alarm: .30 mA SK-ACCLIMATE SK-HEAT-ROR SK-DUCT (includes PhotoR) Standby/Alarm: 2 mA SK-BEAM (without integral test)
  • Page 36 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 3-3 Current Draw Worksheet for SK SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current SLC Modules Aux Pwr Standby: .5mA B200SR Sounder Base Alarm: 35mA Standby .3 mA Aux Pwr Standby: .5 mA...
  • Page 37 LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Table 3-3 Current Draw Worksheet for SK SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Standby: 70 mA ECS-VCM Voice Control Module (1 max.) Alarm: 100 mA ECS-NVCM Voice Control Module Standby/Alarm: 59 mA Standby:...
  • Page 38: Current Draw Worksheet For Sd Slc Devices

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 3-3 Current Draw Worksheet for SK SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Total ampere hours required 1. The FACP can only support 5 devices w/LED’s on. This current draw has been added to the panels alarm current.
  • Page 39 LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation Table 3-4: Current Draw Worksheet for SD SLC Devices Standby Device # of Devices Current per Device Alarm Current Current Standby: 20 mA Aux. Pwr Alarm: 62 mA SD505-DUCTR Standby/Alarm: .5mA SD505-DTS-K None, included with SD505-DUCTR worst case. SD505-DUCT Standby/Alarm .5mA...
  • Page 40 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 3-4: Current Draw Worksheet for SD SLC Devices Standby Device # of Devices Current per Device Alarm Current Current Standby: 70 mA ECS-RPU Remote Paging Unit Alarm: 100 mA (15 max.) ECS-LOC Local Operating...
  • Page 41 LS10143-001SK-E Before You Begin Installation 2. If using 24 VDC aux power only. No standby or alarm current for battery calculation if using 24VAC, 120VAC or 240VAC. 3. If using door holders, you do not need to consider door holder current for alarm/battery standby, because power is removed during that time.
  • Page 42: Maximum Battery Standby Load

    Warning Honeywell Silent Knight does not support the use of batteries smaller than those listed in Table 3-5 and Table 3-6. If you use a battery too small for the installation, the system could overload the battery resulting in the installation having less than the required 24 hours standby power.
  • Page 43: Control Panel Installation

    The IFP-2100 cabinet can be surface or flush mounted. Cabinet base dimensions are 24¾” H x 14.5" W. If you flush mount there should be 1.5" to 1.75" of cabinet extruding from the wall, this should be measured from either the top edge or bottom edge to the exterior side of the sheet rock.
  • Page 44: Removing The Ifp-2100/ecs Assembly From The Housing

    DAMAGED BY REMOVING AND/OR INSERTING CARDS, MODULES OR INTERCONNECTING CABLES WHILE THIS UNIT IS ENERGIZED The AC terminals are rated at 120VAC, 50 or 60 Hz, 5A (for the IFP-2100/ECS) or 240VAC, 50 or 60 Hz, 2.8A (for the IFP-2100/ECSHV).)
  • Page 45: Battery Power

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Battery Power The batteries must be sealed lead acid type. Before connecting the batteries to the FACP, make certain that the interconnect cable between the batteries is not connected. Do not connect the battery jumper cable until the system is completely installed.
  • Page 46 LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation ¾-inch plywood to the concrete surface and then attach the RBB or AB-55 cabinet to the plywood. • If using the battery cable extenders provided (P/N 140643), mount the RBB or AB-55 cabinet no more than 18" away from the main control panel cabinet. This will ensure that the battery cables reach the battery terminals.
  • Page 47 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Run extended battery cable from control panel cabinet through conduit to RBB or AB-55 cabinet. See Fig- ure 4-7. RBB / AB-55 Cabinet Cover Screws Conduit Coupler Conduit RBB / AB-55 Cabinet Cover Screws Figure 4-7 Battery Connections in the RBB or AB-55 Cabinet Note: Figure 4-7 is an example of how the wire connections can be routed.
  • Page 48: Sbus Wiring

    Calculating Wiring Distance for SBUS Modules The IFP-2100/ECS panel has two SBUS circuits which can support up to 1.0A of module load per SBUS circuit. When determining the type of wire and the maximum wiring distance that can be used, you will need to calculate loads for each SBUS to ensure that each SBUS does not exceed 1.0A.
  • Page 49 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E These cases are marked in the chart with an asterisk (*). Maximum length can never be more than 6,000 feet, regardless of gauge used. The formula used to generate this chart is shown in the note below.
  • Page 50 LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation The total worst case current is calculated as follows: RA-2000 Current Draw = 2 x .120 amps = .240 amps RPS-1000 Current Draw = 1 x .010 amps = .010 amps 5865 Current Draw = 1 x .200 amps = .200 amps 5824 Current Draw = 1 x .040 amps...
  • Page 51: Wiring Configurations

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 4.4.2 Wiring Configurations Figure 4-9 illustrates SBUS 1, Class A wiring configuration and Figure 4-10 illustrates SBUS1 Class B configuration. SBUS 2 wiring configurations are the same as SBUS1. Supervised Power Limited Caution For proper system supervision do not use looped wire under terminals marked A, B, +, and - of the SBUS device connectors.
  • Page 52: Ra-2000 Remote Annunciator Installation

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation RA-2000 Remote Annunciator Installation The optional Model RA-2000 Remote Annunciator, shown in Figure 4-11. The RA-2000 can be surface or flush mounted. It is available in gray color as RA-2000GRAY. Figure 4-11 Model RA-2000 Remote Annunciator, Front View RA-2000 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 53 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E The backbox dimensions are 9 1/4” W x 8 3/8” H. The backbox can be mounted prior to the complete instal- lation of the RA-2000 using any of the mounting holes shown in Figure 4-12.
  • Page 54: Surface Mounting

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation Attach the annunciator and door assembly to backbox as shown in Figure 4-14 using the supplied screws. Figure 4-14 Attaching Annunciator / Door Assembly to Backbox 4.5.1.2 Surface Mounting The Model RA-100TR red trim ring and RA-2000GRAYTR gray trim ring kits are available for use when surface mounting the RA-2000.
  • Page 55: Ra-2000 Connection To The Panel

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Place the trim ring over the backbox as shown in Figure 4-16. Figure 4-16 Installing Trim Ring Connect wires from the RA-2000 to the SBUS connectors on the FACP. Attach the annunciator and door assembly to the backbox using screws provided (see Figure 4-14).
  • Page 56: Ra-1000 Remote Annunciator Installation

    RA-1000 Remote Annunciator Installation The optional Model RA-1000 Remote Annunciator, is shown in Figure 4-18. Up to 31 annunciators can be added to the IFP-2100 system. Figure 4-18 Model RA-1000 Remote Annunciator, Front View RA-1000 installation involves the following steps: Make sure power is off at the panel.
  • Page 57 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E following pages. Figure 4-19 Annunciator Parts The RA-1000 comes from the factory fully assembled. You must disassemble it for mounting. To disassemble the annunciator, use a 5/64 hex wrench to remove the set screws, located on the bottom of the annunciator bezel.
  • Page 58: Flush Mounting

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation 4.6.1.1 Flush Mounting This section of the manual describes flush mounting. You can flush-mount with or without an electrical box. Flush Mounting with an Electrical Box The RA-1000 annunciator can be used with the following types of electrical boxes: 4S, single-gang, and double- gang.
  • Page 59: Surface Mounting

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E After the annunciator wiring to the panel has been completed (described in Section 4.6.2), replace the elec- tronic assembly in the backbox. Place the bezel over the backbox and tighten the set screws on the bezel.
  • Page 60: Remote Annunciator Installation

    The optional Model RA-100 Remote Annunciator, is shown in Figure 4-24. The RA-100 can be surface or flush mounted. Up to 31 annunciators can be added to the IFP-2100 system in any combination. Figure 4-24 Model RA-100 Remote Annunciator, Front View RA-100 installation involves the following steps: Ensure power is turned off at the panel.
  • Page 61 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E The backbox dimensions are 9-9/32” W x 8-3/8” H. The backbox can be mounted prior to the complete installation of the RA-100 using any of the mounting holes shown in Figure 4-25. Mounting Holes Mounting Holes Figure 4-25 Backbox Mounting Holes Remove knockout holes as needed for wires.
  • Page 62: Surface Mounting

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation Attach the annunciator/ door assembly to backbox as shown in Figure 4-14 using the supplied screws. Figure 4-27 Attaching Annunciator/Door Assembly to Backbox 4.7.1.2 Surface Mounting The Model RA-100TR trim ring kit is available for use when surface mounting. Remove the desired knock out.
  • Page 63: Model Ra-100 Connection To The Panel

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Place the trim ring over the backbox as shown in Figure 4-29. Figure 4-29 Installing Trim Ring Connect wires from the RA-100 to the SBUS connectors on the FACP. (See Figure 4-30). Attach the annunciator and door assembly to the backbox using screws provided.
  • Page 64: 5815xl Installation

    Make sure power is off at the panel. Mount the 5815XL in the IFP-2100/ECS cabinet, the RPS-1000 cabinet, or the 5815RMK remote mounting kit. Use the standoffs located under the control panel board assembly and secure with screws provided with the 5815XL.
  • Page 65: 6815 Installation

    Make sure power is off at the panel. Mount the 6815 in the IFP-2100/ECS cabinet, the RPS-1000 cabinet, or the 5815RMK remote mounting kit. Use the standoffs located under the control panel board assembly and secure with screws provided with the 6815.
  • Page 66: 6815 Connection To The Panel

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation Figure 4-33 is a drawing of the 6815 board, showing the location of terminals and DIP switches. To panel via SBUS To SLC loop Figure 4-33 6815 Board 4.9.1 6815 Connection to the Panel Connect the 6815 to the control panel as shown in Figure 4-34. After the 6815 is connected to the panel, it must be added to the system.
  • Page 67: 5824 Serial/parallel Interface Module Installation

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 4.10 5824 Serial/Parallel Interface Module Installation The 5824 serial/parallel interface module allows you to connect a printer to the panel, so you can print a real-time log of system events. Instructions for installing the 5824 appear below. The 5824 is for ancillary use only.
  • Page 68 Note: When setting Monitor Printer to “Yes” the system defaults to printing only for the connected panels site. Use HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite to configure the 5824 to print for multiple sites. If you are using a serial printer, use the next screen to select serial port options as required for your printer.
  • Page 69: 5880 Led I/o Module

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 4.11 5880 LED I/O Module The 5880 is an LED driver board that can be used in a wide variety of applications, including as an interface with most customized floor plan annunciator boards. The 5880 can drive up to 40 LEDs and has one PZT controller.
  • Page 70: Led Wiring

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation connected to the panel, it must be added to the system. This programming step is described in Section 9.2.2. Supervised Power Limited Figure 4-38 5880 Connection to Main Control Panel Assembly 4.11.3 LED Wiring There are four 12-pin connectors on the 5880 board for connecting LEDs. Each LED gets its power from Pin 11. Internal resistors are sized so that there is approximately 10 mA of current for each LED;...
  • Page 71: Dry Contact Wiring

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E than 100 mA of current is allowed to flow into the open collector transistor. Figure 4-39 5880 Board Layout 4.11.4 Dry Contact Wiring The 8 input circuits on the 5880 board are for monitoring switch inputs. Any type of switch supported by the control panel can be used with the 5880.
  • Page 72: 5865-3 / 5865-4 Led Annunciator Installation

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation 4.12 5865-3 / 5865-4 LED Annunciator Installation The 5865-3 and 5865-4 are LED annunciators. The 5865-4 has 30 mappable LEDs, remote fire system silence and fire system reset key switches, and a general system trouble LED. The 5865-3 has 30 mappable LEDs only. These are arranged as 15 pairs of red (typically used for alarm) and yellow (typically used for trouble) LEDs.
  • Page 73: 5865 Mounting

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 4.12.2 5865 Mounting Mount the 5865-4 to a standard 4-gang electrical box. Mount the 5865-3 to a standard 3-gang electrical box. In Figure 4-43, the 5865-4 attached to a 4-gang box is used as an example.
  • Page 74: Configuring Sbus Modules

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation 4.13 Configuring SBUS Modules This section describes how to configure any system hardware modules that have been added to the system. 4.13.1 Assigning SBUS Module IDs SBUS devices on a panel are addressed from 1 to 63 and are connected to either SBUS 1 or SBUS 2. Although the addressing scheme allows 63 SBUS devices to be connected to a panel, the actual number is limited by current draw and SBUS bandwidth usage as discussed below.
  • Page 75: Telephone Connection

    4.14 Telephone Connection Connect the telephone lines as shown in Figure 4-46. The Model 7860 phone cord is available from Honeywell Silent Knight for this purpose. If you do not use the model 7860 to connect to the phone lines, the wire used for the connection must be 26 AWG or larger diameter wire.
  • Page 76: Class A Notification Wiring

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation Configure the circuit through programming (see Section 9.5) alarm polarity shown notification wiring 4.7 kΩ power limited supervised regulated 24 VDC 3A per circuit, 9A max combined Figure 4-47 Class B Notification Appliance Circuit Wiring Maximum voltage drop is 3V per Class B notification. See Table 4-4. Table 4-4: Maximum Impedance Class B Current Maximum Impedance...
  • Page 77: Conventional Input Switch Circuits

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Configure the circuit for Class A in programming (see Section 9.5). supervised power limited regulated 24 VDC 3A per circuit, 9A max combined Figure 4-48 Class A Notification Appliance Circuit Configuration Note: In programming any point that uses multiple Flexput circuits, the lowest Flexput circuit number is used to refer to the circuit pair.
  • Page 78: Class A Inputs

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation Configure the circuit through programming (see Section 9.5). supervised power limited EOL 4.7 kΩ Maximum Impedance Ω per circuit is 50 Figure 4-49 Class B Input Switches 4.15.2.2 Class A Inputs You can connect conventional Class A switches, such as waterflow switches and pull stations, directly to the Flexput circuits of the control panel.
  • Page 79: Installing 2-wire Class B Smoke Detectors

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 4.15.3.1 Installing 2-Wire Class B Smoke Detectors To install a Class B two-wire smoke detector, wire as shown in Figure 4-51. supervised power limited EOL 4.7 k Ω Note: Flexput circuit 5 used as an example.
  • Page 80: Installing A Class B 4-wire Smoke Detectors

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation detector to the control panel. 4.15.4.1 Installing a Class B 4-Wire Smoke Detectors Figure 4-53 illustrates how to install a 4-wire Class B smoke detector. Conventions used for wiring 4-wire Class B loops: Up to four Class B 4-wire smoke detector loops can be connected to the control panel at once. Each Class B loop input is paired with a unique power source as shown in Figure 4-53.
  • Page 81: Auxiliary Power Installation

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Smoke power is supplied to each Class A loop as shown in Figure 4-54. Maximum Impedance per Air Products circuit is 50Ω PAM-2 Model 160150 Supervision Module supervised power limited PAM-2 Figure 4-54 Class A 4-Wire Smoke Detector Connections Note: In programming any point that uses multiple Flexput circuits are always referred to as the lowest Flexput circuit number used.
  • Page 82: Door Holder Power

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation 4.15.5.1 Door Holder Power Door holder power is intended for fire door applications. When there are no fire system alarms in the system and the panel has AC power, door holder circuits have 24 volt power present at their terminals. Any fire system alarm will cause power to disconnect.
  • Page 83: Remote Station Applications

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Wire Relay 1 and/or Relay 2 as needed for your application. See Figure 4-56 for the location of the relay ter- minals. Configure the relay through programming (see Section 9.5). 4.17 Remote Station Applications 4.17.1 Keltron Model 3158 Installation The control panel is compatible with Keltron Model 3158, used for direct connection to a Keltron receiver.
  • Page 84: Using The Addressable Relay Module For City Box Connection

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation Program the Flexput circuit as a notification circuit, Refer to Section 9.5.3. Assign this Flexput to an output group that is mapped to activate with non silenceable constant output in response to a system general alarm condition.
  • Page 85: Using The 5220 Module

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E compatible rating. 4.17.4.1 Using the 5220 Module When the 5220 is wired and programmed for polarity reversal, it reports alarm and trouble events to a remote site. Alarms will override trouble conditions and it will not be possible to reset the remote indicator until the condition is cleared and the control panel is reset.
  • Page 86: Using The 7644-l8 Module

    LS10143-001SK-E Control Panel Installation 4.17.4.2 Using the 7644-L8 Module When the 7644-L8 is used for polarity reversal, it allows alarm and trouble events to be reported to a remote site. Alarms will override trouble conditions and it will not be possible to reset the remote indicator until the condition is cleared and the control panel is reset.
  • Page 87: Transmitter Activated By Dry Contacts

    4.17.5 Transmitter Activated by Dry Contacts This section describes the connection of a UL 864 listed remote station transmitter to the IFP-2100/ECS dry relay contacts. The IFP-2100/ECS FACP contacts must be supervised by the remote station transmitter module using end-of-line resistors (ELRs) with a value determined by the transmitter manufacturer. Power is also provided by the remote station transmitter manufacturer.
  • Page 88: Networking

    Networked Sites A networked site is a logical group of IFP-2100/ECS and/or RFP-2100 panels that behave as though the logical group is one large control panel. Each building is referred to as a “site.” All panels in a site operate as a single panel.
  • Page 89 LS10143-001SK-E Networking Figure 5-1 External SK-NIC Wiring Option Figure 5-2 Internal SK-NIC Wiring Option...
  • Page 90: Sk-nic Wiring Options

    LS10143-001SK-E SK-NIC Wiring Options Networking a group of IFP-2100/ECS requires the use of a network interface card with each panel. The SK-NIC connects to other networked units using unshielded, twisted-pair wiring or fiber optic cable. Figure 5-3 SK-NIC Network Interface Card 5.4.1...
  • Page 91: Accessory Mounting Kits

    5.4.1.1 Accessory Mounting Kits SK-NIC can be mounted within the IFP-2100/ECS cabinet or in the SK-NIC-KIT accessory cabinet. The accessory kits are available if you want to install the SK-NIC outside of the IFP-2100/ECS cabinet. The accessory kit part number is: SK-NIC-KIT- which includes the SK-NIC, a small cabinet with door, cable, and mounting hardware.
  • Page 92 Figure 5-8, Figure 5-9, and Figure 5-10 for SK-NIC wiring examples. To mount the SK-NIC remotely: Follow the steps above except; The 6-pin cable that runs from the SK-NIC to the IFP-2100/ECS, must be run in conduit. See Figure 5-1.
  • Page 93: Unshielded Twisted Pair Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    LS10143-001SK-E Networking 5.4.2.1 Unshielded Twisted Pair Wiring between Multiple Panels Unshielded twisted pair wiring between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5-7. Class A wiring is shown with a dotted line. Class A wiring Figure 5-7 Twisted Pair Wiring Configuration...
  • Page 94: Fiber Optic Multi-mode Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 5.4.2.2 Fiber Optic Multi-Mode Wiring between Multiple Panels Fiber optic cable between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5-8. Class A is shown with a dotted line. Class A wiring Figure 5-8 Fiber Optic Wiring Multi-Mode Example...
  • Page 95 LS10143-001SK-E Networking Class A wiring Figure 5-9 Fiber Optic Wiring Single-Mode Example...
  • Page 96: Fiber Optic And Twisted Pair Wiring Between Multiple Panels

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 5.4.2.3 Fiber Optic and Twisted Pair Wiring between Multiple Panels A mixture of fiber optic cable and twisted pair wiring between multiple panels is shown in Figure 5-10. Class A cabling is shown with dotted line.
  • Page 97: Setting The Network Id For Each Panel

    LS10143-001SK-E Networking Setting the Network ID for each Panel Note: It is important that much thought is given when choosing the network IDs for each panel. It is difficult to change the IDs once panel programming has begun. The network ID for each panel is set using DIP switch positions 1 through 5. See Figure 5-11 below for possible DIP switch settings.
  • Page 98: Network Management

    Network Programming This section of the manual describes how to program network options using the built-in annunciator. All options described in this section can be programmed using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. To edit site assignments, HFSS must be utilized.
  • Page 99: Edit Network Names

    An installer at the panel site can initiate communications between the panel and a computer running the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite (see also Section 10.5). In order for this communication to function properly, both the computer (running the software) and the control panel must have matching computer access numbers and computer codes.
  • Page 100: Access Codes

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 6 for Network Programming. Press 4 to enter the Computer Access menu. Enter the computer access number (up to 6-digits), then press ENTER.
  • Page 101: Edit Name

    LS10143-001SK-E Network Management Table 6-1 User Profile Selectable Panel Functions Type of Function Selectable Functions Set Time & Date System Information Network Diagnostics Panel Menus Network Programming Panel Programming Send/Receive Firmware Update To change an access code: Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 6 for Network Programming Menu.
  • Page 102: Communicator Options

    Panel ID 6.2.6.3 Receiver Configuration The IFP-2100/ECS network can report events to as many as 68 receivers. See Appendix D for panel/receiver relationship numbers. Each receiver can be assigned reporting credentials. When using a format that supports phone numbers, it can be up to forty digits long.
  • Page 103: Communicator Reporting Table

    LS10143-001SK-E Network Management Reporting Format UNUSED 6.2.6.4 Communicator Reporting Table The Communicator Report Table specifies event reporting for each panel on the network. Each row in the table specifies a panel, event types to report, primary and backup receiver numbers, and report by point or zone. Associated with the receivers are account number and daily test option.
  • Page 104: Auto Reset Ecs Mic Triggered Event

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 6.3.1.2 Auto Reset ECS MIC Triggered Event If the Timer is selected, the event will automatically reset after being active for the programmed time. If Event Disabled is selected, the event will not be allowed to be activate from an LOC Station. Selecting Never will require an emergency system reset to be performed to reset the event.
  • Page 105: Sync Network Options

    LS10143-001SK-E Network Management Table 6-3 Voice Command Mapping System Event Emergency Communication 7 Emergency Communication 8 Fire Supervisory System Alert 1-5 Trouble Fire Interlock Release Fire Interlock Alert Custom Emergency Comm Emergency Supervisory CO Alarm CO Supervisory Select whether a Message or Tone Only should be played. If Message is selected, choose the desired mes- sage for the command.
  • Page 106: Network Management Quick Reference

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Network Management Quick Reference Menu Options/Defaults Comments Learn Guest or member Add or remove See Section 6.2.1 panels into the Network network Edit Network Panel Names Network Panel ID Edit Panel Names See Section 6.2.2...
  • Page 107 LS10143-001SK-E Network Management Menu Options/Defaults Comments Network Profile 1 is the profile that Programming dictates what functions the Firefighter Key has access Panel Programming to. Because this is the System Information profile for a keys, the user name and the access code Multi-Site can not be edited for this Upload/Download...
  • Page 108 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Menu Options/Defaults Comments Immediat Control Lockout e/Timer/ Never See Section Edit Timers Auto Reset ECS Never/ 6.3.1 Event 1-8 Timer/ Event Auto Reset ECS MIC Disabled Triggered Event Fire Alarm Fire System Aux 1 Fire System Aux 2...
  • Page 109 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 7 ™ IDP, SK, SD and SWIFT SLC Device Installation Caution! To avoid the risk of electrical shock and damage to the unit, power should be OFF at the control panel while installing or servicing.
  • Page 110: Idp, Sk, Sd And Swift™ Slc Device Installation

    LS10143-001SK-E IDP, SK, SD and SWIFT™ SLC Device Installation Table 7-1 IDP SLC Devices Part Numbers Model Name/Description Install Sheet PN B200SR Intelligent sounder base I56-3392-000 B210LP 6" mounting base I56-0595-000 B224BI 6" isolator base I56-0725-000 B224RB 6" relay base I56-3737-000 B501 4"...
  • Page 111: List Of Sd Slc Devices

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 7-2 SK SLC Devices Part Numbers Model Name/Description Install Sheet PN B201LP 6" mounting base I56-0595-00 B224BI 6" isolator base I56-0725-00 B224RB 6" relay base I56-3737-00 B200SR Sounder base I56-3392-00 B501 4" mounting base...
  • Page 112: List Of Swift Wireless Slc Devices

    SBUS bandwidth, point count, and 1A SBUS current limit. Device support is as follows: • IDP or SK Devices - The IFP-2100/ECS supports a total of 2100 IDP or SK points. The SLC points can be all sensors or all modules or any combination of modules and sensors.
  • Page 113: Wire Sizing On 5815xl For Sd Devices

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 7.6.1 Wire Sizing on 5815XL for SD Devices The wire can be untwisted, unshielded, solid or stranded as long as it meets the National Electric Code 760-51 requirements for power limited fire protective signaling cables. Wire distances are computed using copper wire.
  • Page 114: Wiring 5815xl Or 6815 In Style 6 & 7 (class A) Configuration

    LS10143-001SK-E IDP, SK, SD and SWIFT™ SLC Device Installation Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-2 show how wire length is determined for out & back tap and T-Tap. Figure 7-1 Calculating wire run length for a simple out and back When using T-taps, the total length of all taps and the main bus must not exceed 40,000 feet. This requirement must be met in addition to the maximum distance requirements for the various wire gauges.
  • Page 115: Addressing Idp Or Sk Slc Devices

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Note: No t-taps allowed on class A SLC loops Figure 7-3 Class A SLC Configuration Addressing IDP or SK SLC Devices All IDP or SK devices are addressed using the two rotary dials that appear on the device board. Use the ONES rotary dial to set the ones place in a one or two digit number, and use the TENS rotary dial to set the tens place in a two or three digit number.
  • Page 116: Wiring Sd Detectors

    LS10143-001SK-E IDP, SK, SD and SWIFT™ SLC Device Installation in Figure 7-4. Example 2: Device Set to 105. All dials labeled for ONES or TENS position. Figure 7-4 IDP or SK SLC Device Addressing Using Rotary Dials Wiring SD Detectors The information in this section applies to SD Detectors.See Table 7-3 for P/N’s.
  • Page 117 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Connect a detector base temporarily to the programming terminals as shown in Figure 7-6. (You can use the same base for each detector.) Figure 7-6 Temporary Connection of Detector Base to Panel for Addressing Enter the Installer Code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu.
  • Page 118: Slc Devices With Dip Switches

    LS10143-001SK-E IDP, SK, SD and SWIFT™ SLC Device Installation 7.9.1 SLC Devices with DIP Switches Input and relay module addresses are set using the DIP switches on the module board. The chart below shows the available addresses. For example, to select address 3, place DIP switches 1 and 2 in the up position. The range of valid addresses is 1-127.
  • Page 119: Wiring The Widp-wgi Or Sk-wgi

    The WIDP-WGI or SK-WGI, Wireless Gateway acts as a bridge between a group of wireless fire devices and a SLC loop on the IFP-2100/ECS. It is powered by the SLC loops or by a regulated, external 24 VDC UL listed power supply.
  • Page 120: Programming Overview

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 8 Programming Overview This section of the manual is intended to give you an overview of the programming process. Please read this section of the manual carefully, especially if you are programming the control panel for the first time.
  • Page 121: Running Jumpstart® Autoprogramming

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Internal Power Supply Circuit 9 (Relay 1): Assigned to Group 998. Internal Power Supply Circuit 10 (Relay 2): Assigned to Group 999. Addressable output points (Relay modules): All addressable relay devices will be configured as “Output Pt” (general purpose output point) and assigned to Group 1.
  • Page 122 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Select one of the following options from the menu that displays. 1 - Review System Press 1 if you need to review the JumpStart configuration. The Review System menu will appear. Press 1 to review Entire System or Press 2 for Changes Only.
  • Page 123: Mapping Overview

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Mapping Overview This section of the manual is a high level overview of mapping. Mapping is an important concept with the control panel. In general terms, mapping is assigning or linking events to outputs that will activate when events occur. You do this by assigning input points to input zones, output points to output groups and then linking or mapping zones and output groups.
  • Page 124: Input Point Mapping

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 8.2.1 Input Point Mapping Input points are assigned to input zones, as the example if Figure 8-2 shows. Any input point can be assigned to any input zone. (Input points can be assigned to one zone only. An input point can be designated as “Unused,”...
  • Page 125: Output Circuit Mapping

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview 8.2.2 Output Circuit Mapping Figure 8-3 is a simple example showing how to assign notification and relay output circuits to groups. Figure 8-3 Example of Assigning Output Circuits to Groups...
  • Page 126: Event Mapping

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 8.2.3 Event Mapping There are 11 types of Zone events, 14 types of Panel events, and 40 types of Site events that can be mapped (see Table 8-1). For each event type, you can activate the output groups with specific output patterns. Mapping examples are shown in Figure 8-4, Figure 8-5, &...
  • Page 127 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Figure 8-4 Example of Zone Events Mapped to output Groups and Patterns...
  • Page 128 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Figure 8-5 Example of Zone Events Mapped to Output Groups and Patterns on a Single Panel...
  • Page 129 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Figure 8-6 Example of Events Mapped to Output Groups and Patterns within a Networked Site 8-10...
  • Page 130: Mapping Led Points

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 8.2.4 Mapping LED Points Figure 8-7 is a simple example showing how LED points are mapped to zones and output groups. Typically you would create two output groups for each zone, one for alarms and one for troubles. (LED points are available when models 5865-3/4 and/or 5880 are used with the system).
  • Page 131: Mapping Led Points For A Networked System

    Programming Using the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite You can use the HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite software to program the control panel onsite (personnel will need to be onsite during the upload or download process). HFSS is a software package that lets you easily program the control panel using a Windows-based computer.
  • Page 132: Moving Through The Menus

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E To exit Program Mode: When you have completed working with the menus, press left arrow several times until you are exited from programming mode. Two prompts will display. The first prompt is to make sure you intended to leave the panel programming (select Yes or No as appropriate).
  • Page 133: Programming Menu Quick Reference

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Programming Menu Quick Reference This section of the manual lists all Panel Programming options in the order they appear on the sub-menus. Default settings are indicated in text or marked with an asterisk (*). The comments column provide quick information and a reference to a section (if applicable) which has more detailed information.
  • Page 134 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Menu Options/Defaults Comments Edit Zone Name Section 9.3.1.1 Zone Verification Type *1-Count Section 9.3.1.2 Properties 2-Count Alarm Ver. SNGL ILOCK DBL ILOCK Heat Temp Set 135° to SD devices 150°F Section 9.3.1.2 135° to IDP or SK...
  • Page 135 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Menu Options/Defaults Comments Point SD, SK and IDP Enter Pt Select UNUSED Section 9.5 Devices on Module 1,2,3, MANUAL PULL SWITCH Internal and 4,5,6 WATER *LATCH External 6815 and FLOW External 5815XL NON-LATCH FIRE *LATCH SUPERVSY NON-LATCH FIRE DRILL SILENCE RESET...
  • Page 136 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Menu Options/Defaults Comments Point SD, SK and IDP Enter Pt Select 1,2,3,4, OUTPUT PT Select Group Section 9.5 RELAY Devices on Sensor (cont.) AUX RESET Internal and AUX DOOR External 6815 and External 5815XL LED Number...
  • Page 137 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Menu Options/Defaults Comments Point SD, SK and IDP Enter Pt Select DETECTOR 1,2,3,4,5,6 Section 9.5 HEAT Devices on Sensor Accessory (cont.) 1,2,3,4,5,6 Internal and SDR BAS External 6815 and 1,2,3,4,5,6 External 5815XL RLY BAS 1,2,3,4,5,6 I-SdrBa (Intelligent Sounder 2,3,4,5 Base)
  • Page 138 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Menu Options/Defaults Comments Accessory SDR BAS Single station or Multi station RLY BAS Silence or Non- CO ALARM/ Silence FIRE ALARM Latch or non- latch Single I-SdrBA station or Multi (Intelligent station Sounder Base) Silence or Non-...
  • Page 139 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Menu Options/Defaults Comments Photo 2,3,4,5 Acclimate SD, SK and IDP 2,3,4 W-Detector Devices on Select 2,3,4,5,8 Internal and Photo-Heat Enter Pt Sensor Section 9.5.3 External 6815 and 2,3,5 (cont.) External 5815XL Heat (cont.) 2,3,4,5 W-SUP DET Same as W- Detector 2,3,4,5,8 UNUSED...
  • Page 140 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Menu Options/Defaults Comments If ECS INPUT is selected ECS INPUT choose associated EVENT ECS TAMPER Latch and Non-Latch feature only appear for WATERFLOW, ECS SUPER- Enter Pt /Select FIRE SUPERVISORY, FIRE B SWITCH VISORY Function...
  • Page 141 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Menu Options/Defaults Comments MANUAL RELEASE INTERLOCK STATUS POINT ECS INPUT Point ECS-VCM/ECS- Enter Pt /Select Function SWITCH ECS TAMPER Section 9.5.7 (cont.) RVM/ECS/NVCM ECS SUPERVISORY VOICE AUX STATUS 1-2 BACKGROUND MUSIC VOICE AUX ECS 1-4 Set the Hour Set the Minutes *02:00AM Auto Time Test...
  • Page 142 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Menu Options/Defaults Comments High Dialing *High Normal Communication Phone Line Gains Section 9.6.1.4 Options Reporting Normal *Low High Enable/Disable Daytime/ Nighttime Day Start Enter time *6:00AM Section 9.7 Sensitivity Night Start Enter time *6:00PM Days of the Week...
  • Page 143 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Overview Menu Options/Defaults Comments PC Connection Maintenance Voice Local Recording Section 9.7 Options Edit Voice Enable Dual Channel Settings System *Default 1. Available on 5815XL External. 2. Available on 6815 External. 3. Available on 6815 Internal. 4. Available with SLC Family as IDP. 5.
  • Page 144: Programming

    This section of the manual describes how to manually program the control panel from the built-in annunciator. Each subsection discusses these menu options in detail. All options described in this section can be performed using the HFSS - Honeywell Fire Software Suite. Important! Before any customized programming is done, JumpStart AutoProgramming should be run first.
  • Page 145: Modules

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Modules This section lists the options available under the module option in the Panel Programming. The following modules are available for the control panel: 5824 serial/parallel/IO printer interface module, RA-2000, RA-1000 & RA-100 LCD remote annunciators, 5815XL SLC Loop expander for SD devices, 6815 SLC Loop Expander for IDP or SK, RPS-1000 power supply, 5496 NAC expander, 5880 LED I/O module, 5865 LED annunciator Module, ECS-50W, ECS-125W, or ECS-INT50W watt voice amplifiers, ECS-AMP audio/voice amplifier, ECS- DUAL50W dual channel amplifier, ECS-VCM voice control module, ECS-NVCM network voice control...
  • Page 146: Changing Module Options

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 9.2.1.3 Changing Module Options Each module has a unique set of options that specifically applies to the functionality of the module being edited. Use the left and right arrow keys to move between available options.
  • Page 147: Zone

    Press 2 to edit the properties of the selected zone. Figure 9-2 Editing Zone Properties Note: You only see smoke sensitivity on the IFP-2100/ECS if the daytime/nighttime sensitivity is off under System Options. (See Section 9.6.2). Otherwise if you have Daytime/Nighttime sensitivity on, this will bring up a Smoke Sens Day and Night, 2 separate widgets with sensitivity selection being either low, med or high for each.
  • Page 148 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Alarm Delay Characteristics The programmed zone type is provided for user reference only. To modify the zone type use the HFSS Software Suite. Table 9-1 list the detector characteristics and a description of each. Table 9-1: Detector Characteristics...
  • Page 149: Zone Accessory Options

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Smoke Detector Sensitivity IMPORTANT! Drift compensation is automatic for all smoke detectors (photoelectric and ionization). The feature is always in effect, no programming is required. See Section 10.4.11 for information about how to check if a detector is in UL compliance. All detectors in the zone will respond as programmed in this menu location.
  • Page 150: View Zone Points

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 9.3.2 View Zone Points To view the points in a zone, follow these steps: Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Press 2 to enter zone menu.
  • Page 151 LS10143-001SK-E Programming • Template Override is shown when set to Yes. • Dynamic Activation -Is shown if a non-voice group is assigned to a Select/Dynamic Activation switch number • Dynamic Activation / Template Override Cadence. (This is shown when the Template override is set to Yes and Dynamic Activation is Yes): this setting sets the cadence of the non-voice group mapped to voice select switch when activated using dynamic activation or by a template.
  • Page 152: View Group Points

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 9-3: Silencing Options Optional Description Timers Auto Unsilence If this option is selected, the output group can be silenced for a programmed time-frame. If the condition that caused the output to activate has not cleared during the time-frame, the output reactivates. If you select this option, select the time-frame in the delay field.
  • Page 153 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Select the type of device by pressing the up or down arrow key. Refer to Table 9-4 under the column heading “Type Selection” for a list of choices. Table 9-4: Programming Options for 5815XL Modules Type Function Latching Option Comments Selection UNUSED...
  • Page 154 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 9-4: Programming Options for 5815XL Modules Type Function Latching Option Comments Selection P.A.S. ACK Positive acknowledge switch. This switch must be used in zones programmed as Positive Alarm Sequence (see 9.3.1.2 ). If an acknowledge switch closes when an alarm or trouble condition is not already in progress, a trouble will occur.
  • Page 155: Point Programming For 6815 Module

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Table 9-4: Programming Options for 5815XL Modules Type Function Latching Option Comments Selection OUTPUT PT Select Group Output point, a general use relay type. Use for applications requiring a relay, such as fan shutdown, elevator recall, and so on. AUX RESET Use for auxiliary power, resettable applications.
  • Page 156 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 9-5: Programming Options for 6815 Modules Type Function Latching Option Comments Selection PHOTO Latching Use this option when you want a detector to indicate a supervisory alarm. Non Latching HEAT PHOTO DUCT SUP DET...
  • Page 157 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Table 9-5: Programming Options for 6815 Modules Type Function Latching Option Comments Selection P.A.S. ACK Positive acknowledge switch. This switch must be used in zones programmed as Positive Alarm Sequence (see 9.3.1.2 ). If an acknowledge switch closes when an alarm or trouble condition is not already in progress, a trouble will occur.
  • Page 158: Point Programming For Internal Or External Power Module (rps-1000)

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 9-5: Programming Options for 6815 Modules Type Function Latching Option Comments Selection OUTPUT PT Select Group Output point, a general use relay type. Use for applications requiring a relay, such as fan shutdown, elevator recall, and so on.
  • Page 159 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Table 9-6: Menu choices for Internal/External Power Module Function Choices Type Selections Selections for Comments each Type UNUSED B NOTIF NOTIF OUTPUT User also has Supervised/ Unsupervised option CONTROL CIRCUIT A NOTIF Same as B NOTIF Select Type AUX_PWR CONSTANT Constant auxiliary power.
  • Page 160: Point Programming For 5880/5865 Modules

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 9.5.4 Point Programming For 5880/5865 Modules To program the 5880/5865 module output points: Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Press 4 to enter point menu.
  • Page 161: Point Programming For Ecs-amp

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Press 4 to enter point menu. Press the up or down arrow key to select the desired module. Refer to Section 8.5 for available choices, then press ENTER.
  • Page 162: Point Programming For Ecs-vcm, Ecs-nvcm Or Ecs-rvm

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 9.5.7 Point Programming for ECS-VCM, ECS-NVCM or ECS-RVM To program module points: Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Press 4 to enter point menu.
  • Page 163 LS10143-001SK-E Programming Table 9-7 Choices for Point Programming Modules Function Selections Choices Type Selections Comments for each Type UNUSED 5880 (output) NOTIF NOTIF OUTPUT (outputs pt 1-40) CONTROL CIRCUIT SWITCH MANUAL PULL Refer to comments column of Table 9-4 for description of these WATERFLOW options.
  • Page 164: System Options

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 9-7 Choices for Point Programming Modules Function Selections Choices Type Selections Comments for each Type UNUSED SWITCH MANUAL PULL Refer to comments column of Table 9-4 for description of these WATERFLOW options. FIRE SUPERVISORY...
  • Page 165: Phone Lines

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Select 1 for Auto Test Time. Enter the hour you desire the control panel to send an automatic test report (or press the up or down arrow key), then press ENTER. Enter the minutes (or press the up or down arrow key), then press ENTER. Select AM or PM by pressing the up or down arrow key, then press ENTER.
  • Page 166 Number of Answer Rings This option is used in conjunction with HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. Use this option to determine the number of rings before the panel answers a call from the computer. Range is 00-15 rings. This option is factory- programmed as 06 rings, which should be compatible for most installations where the answering machine bypass feature is used.
  • Page 167: Edit Ethernet

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming 13. Select Y (answering machine bypass enabled) or N (answering machine bypass disabled) by pressing the up or down arrow key, then press ENTER. Phone Line Unused This option is used so that you can set unused phones lines to “Yes”, so no auto-test will be sent through that line. This option is factory programmed as No.
  • Page 168: Phone Line Gains

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E old alarm time is reached or the message is validated). Figure 9-11 AlarmNet Timers 9.6.1.5 Phone Line Gains Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming.
  • Page 169: Holiday Days

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming A screen similar to the one shown in Figure 9-12 will display. Figure 9-12 Changing Day/Night Sensitivity Time 9.6.3 Holiday Days Up to 18 dates can be designated as holidays. When day/night sensitivity is enabled, all photoelectric smoke detectors in the system will use night sensitivity for the entire day on days designated as holidays.
  • Page 170: Alarm Verify

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Enter the installer code. The panel will automatically go to the main menu. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Select 5 for System Options. Select 4 for Time Options. A screen similar to the one shown in Figure 9-14 will display.
  • Page 171: Auto-resound (4 Or 24 Hours)

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming 9.6.4.6 Auto-Resound (4 or 24 hours) The system resound time period can be modified from the default value 24 hours to 4 hours. This setting adjusts when the FACP will automatically resound events after being silenced. Set this option to 4 hours when using SWIFT devices 9.6.5 Miscellaneous Options...
  • Page 172: Daylight Saving Time Start And End

    9.6.8 SLC Family The IFP-2100/ECS supports SD series, SK Series or IDP (Intelligent Device Protocol) series SLC devices. You must configure the IFP-2100/ECS to accept the family of the devices you are installing. Note: You cannot mix SD, SK and IDP series SLC devices on the same system.
  • Page 173: Jumpstart® Autoprogramming

    LS10143-001SK-E Programming Press ENTER to accept the displayed SLC family. Note: When changing SLC type the following message will appear: Figure 9-15 SLC family change Note: Message when changing SLC family from IDP or SK to SD: Changing to this SLC family will remove all external 6815’s.
  • Page 174: Vcm Maintenance

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 9.9.1 VCM Maintenance The VCM Maintenance menu is used to program custom messages into the VCM. Messages can be recorded locally using the microphone. Select 7 for Panel Programming. Select 8 for Voice Options. Select 1 for VCM Maintenance.
  • Page 175: System Operation

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 10 System Operation Operation of the control panel is user friendly. Menus guide you step-by-step through operations. This section of the manual is an overview of the operation menus. Please read this entire section carefully before operating the panel.
  • Page 176: Lcd Display

    LS10143-001SK-E System Operation 10.2.1 LCD Display The control panel LCD displays system messages, annunciates alarms, supervisories and troubles, provides status information, and prompts for input. These messages can be up to 160 characters, displaying over four lines of 40 characters each. Annunciator keys beep when they are pressed. 10.2.2 Banner The banner is the message that displays on the control panel when the system is in normal mode (no alarm or...
  • Page 177: Using The Menus

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Main Menu Options Description 4- Set Time & Date Set time and date for the system. 5- Network Diagnostics Ping Panel, Data Network Status and Voice Network Status. 6- Network Programming Access Learn Network, Edit Network Names, Edit Panel ID, Computer Access, Access Codes, Communicator Options, Voice Options, Sync Network Options.
  • Page 178: Disable / Enable Point

    In networked setups, each panel stores up to 1000 of its own events. When viewing Event History in the panel, the newest 500 events from every panel in the site will be displayed. When using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, all 1000 events from every panel in the network will be uploaded.
  • Page 179: Conduct An Indicator Test

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E the drill. 10.4.5 Conduct an Indicator Test The indicator test checks the annunciator LEDs, PZT, and LCD display. From the Main Menu, press 1 for System Tests. Press 2 for Indicator Test. The system turns on each LED several times, beeping the PZT as it does so. At the same time it scrolls each available character across the LCD.
  • Page 180: Manual Alarmnet Registration

    LS10143-001SK-E System Operation Select 5 for Communicator Test. The screen will display “Manual communicator test started”. When the test is completed, you will be returned to the <Test Menu>. A manual communicator test requires that at least one daily test in the network be enabled in communicator programming. The Manual communicator test will be communicated out both Phone Lines and Ethernet/Cellular paths if they are all programmed.
  • Page 181: Check Detector Sensitivity Through Point Status

    A screen similar to those shown in Figure 10-3 will display. Figure 10-3 Checking Detector Sensitivity Compliance You can print detector status by uploading the detector status to and printing from HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. 10.4.12 View Status of a Point From the Main Menu, press 2 for Point Status.
  • Page 182: View Alarms Or Troubles

    Press 1 to access About Panel to view the panel model, serial number and system version number and date. Send/Receive firmware updates The IFP-2100/ECS or RFP-2100 has the ability to be updated in the field. The latest IFP-2100/ECS or RFP-2100 Firmware Update Utility can be downloaded from the Farenhyt Web Site. Once a panel has been updated using the Firmware Update Utility, you can use Send/Receive firmware updates to propagate the firmware to the other panels in the network.
  • Page 183: Event Priority

    10.5.1 System Control The IFP-2100/ECS control panel integrates both a fire and emergency system into one. When events are active from both systems the control panel makes intelligent decisions to determine which system should be controlling outputs. This is called System Control. This manual will refer to the fire or emergency systems having System Control, this means that the system has an active alarm or supervisory event that has a higher event priority than an active alarm or supervisory event from the other system.
  • Page 184: Priority Rules

    LS10143-001SK-E System Operation The Event Priority Table contains the following events for modification: Table 10-1: Event Priority Table Fire System Emergency System Fire Manual Pull Alarm Emergency LOC Alarm Fire Detector Alarm Emergency 1 Point Alarm Fire Water Flow Alarm Emergency 2 Point Alarm Fire Interlock Release Alarm Emergency 3 Point Alarm...
  • Page 185: Operation Mode Behavior

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E gets priority. Example: Template 1 Contains Group 1. Zone 1 Manual Pull is mapped to Template 1 and Group 1 using constant and ANSI patterns respectively. If Zone 1 Manual Pull is active, Group 1 will output ANSI.
  • Page 186 LS10143-001SK-E System Operation Table 10-2: Operations Mode Behavior Operation Occurs When System Behavior In This Mode You Can Mode Normal No alarm or SYSTEM POWER LED is on. Enter the appropriate code to activate the User or trouble condition Installer Menu. The All Systems Normal display indicates that exists and the system is in normal mode.
  • Page 187 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 10-2: Operations Mode Behavior Operation Occurs When System Behavior In This Mode You Can Mode The system seizes control and will the central Press down arrow to view the fire supervisory station. condition. A screen similar to this one displays.
  • Page 188: Multi-site Annunciator And Multi-site User Access

    (see section 9.6.4.6), the locally silenced annunciator will resound. The IFP-2100/ECS menu system is disabled on a multi-site annunciator. Pressing the Right or Enter keys will bring you straight into event history for assigned sites. To get into the menu system, a multi-site user password must be entered and then a site must be selected from the site selection menu.
  • Page 189 Double Interlock Zone operation requires an interlock switch input in the system, and the Single Interlock Zone does not. An interlock switch is typically a dry-contact pressure switch. When Single or Double Interlock Zone releasing is selected using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite, the software suite will automatically default the following system parameters: Note: The defaults created can be modified through programming if desired.
  • Page 190: Single Interlock Zone Releasing

    LS10143-001SK-E System Operation Table 10-3: Approved Releasing Solenoids 11591 24 VDC 11595 24 VDC Viking 11592NC 24 VDC 16360 24VDC Releasing solenoid Use 24 VDC, UL listed model in table 10-3 1 solenoid per circuit Figure 10-6 Wiring Configuration for Solenoid *When ordering, order as P/N 7641-L8 10.7.1 Single Interlock Zone Releasing...
  • Page 191: Double Interlock Zone Releasing

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Release Alarm” outputs will activate. (Also refer to Table 10-4). Table 10-4: Single Interlock Zone Operation Inputs Output Results 1st Addressable Detector 2nd Addressable Detector Manual Release Station 10.7.2 Double Interlock Zone Releasing A Double Interlock Zone uses a minimum of two addressable detectors, a designated manual release switch, and an interlock switch input.
  • Page 192: Smoke Alarm Verification

    10.9 Function Keys The function keys on the IFP-2100/ECS have multiple features. Their macro key functionality can simplify the disabling, activating, or inhibiting points or groups respectively. They can also be used as a status type activation event and for activating Map Inhibit. Each F-Key macro can hold 50 events.
  • Page 193: Recording An F-key Macro

    The F-Keys have the ability to disable event - output group mapping for the purpose of simulating that the map doesn’t exist. This can be setup to allow for testing purposes where notification of an entire building is not desired during the test. This option is programmable for each output group map through HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite.
  • Page 194: Emergency Communication System Operation

    Emergency Communication System Operation 11.1 Overview The IFP-2100/ECS control panel and accessories provides features to meet the requirements for a Mass Notification Systems as described in NFPA 72 and is compliant with the UL 2572 standard. The ECS (Emergency Communication System) is integrated with the fire alarm and voice evacuation functions of the control panel.
  • Page 195: Ecs Control Led

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation 11.2.1.2 ECS Control LED The ECS Control LED is used to indicate the status of ECS Control in the system. When the LED is on solid, the LOC has ECS Control within the system. When the LED is blinking, another LOC has gained ECS Control in the system.
  • Page 196: Gaining Ecs Control

    User profile access control. 11.2.2.1 LOC Priority LOCs are assigned (through panel or HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite of the ECS-VCM, ECS-NVCM or ECS-RVM) an LOC priority of low, normal, or high. LOCs with a higher priority are always able to gain control from a lower priority LOC.
  • Page 197: User Profile Access Control

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation Note: The lockout timer must be programmed to expire sometime other than Never. The user at the second LOC requests ECS Control from the LOC with ECS Control and that LOC grants the request. (See Section 11.2.7). If the ECS lockout timer expires while an ECS Control request is in progress, the system will automatically pass ECS Control to the requesting LOC.
  • Page 198: Microphone Mode

    Non-voice output groups can also be assigned to Select Keys and will toggle on/off using the activation cadence assigned to it in output group programming. This is available in the panel and in HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. See Section 9.4.1.2. 11.2.4...
  • Page 199: Exit Ecs Control Menu

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation request for ECS Control is automatically made. Additionally, the lockout timer does not apply for ECS Super User. When a request for ECS Control is made, the LOC with ECS Control will be shown a screen (similar to Figure 11-3), even when in another menu, except programming menus, indicating that another LOC is requesting ECS Control.
  • Page 200: Ecs Point Functionality

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Any alarm activated while under ECS Super User Control needs to be reset using an ECS Super User func- tion enabled access code. LOC priority and LOC lockout timer are ignored when passing ECS Control between ECS Super Users at LOCs.
  • Page 201: Editing An Amplifier

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation From the next screen, add an ECS-AMP. The screen will display “Adding module [#]...” for a few moments. You will be returned to the <New Module Type> screen where you can select another a name for the module(s) if desired.
  • Page 202: Editing An Loc

    Port 1 used, Port 2 used, Select Switch, Panel, and Network Paging. Note: An LOC specific name can also be editing using HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. To edit an existing module: Enter the installer code.
  • Page 203: Custom Ecs Event

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation 11.7.2 Custom ECS Event This event is activated by gaining ECS Control at a LOC and using the microphone without any ECS event already active in the Manual ECS State. In this case, the Mic Triggered ECS Alarm mapping and General ECS Alarm mapping will be activated and stay activated until a different ECS event is activated at the LOC or the user resets the Emergency Communication System.
  • Page 204: Recording Custom Messages

    The ECS-Series VCM or ECS-NVCM comes with 15 recordable message slots. Message 1-15 can be recorded from: the microphone, Aux Input, or by using the ECS Message Management utility of HFSS Honeywell Fire Software Suite. All messages can be a maximum of one minute.
  • Page 205: Recording Messages 1-15 Using Aux Audio Input

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation green Select Key LED will indicate that a message is currently programmed in the corresponding slot. When there is no message recorded (or the message is erased), the associated green Select Key LED will be off. While recording a particular message, the associated red Select Key LED will turn on until recording is completed.
  • Page 206 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Select the amplifier and circuit for the audio to play through during programming. A user would generally pick the audio circuit that is in closest proximity to them. Note: The VCM will light the green Select Key LED for message slots that are occupied. If a message is already stored in the desired slot, then you must erase the message first.
  • Page 207: Recording Messages 1-15 Using The Microphone

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation 11.8.2 Recording Messages 1-15 Using the Microphone Messages can be recorded into the ECS system by using the on-board microphone. Follow these steps to use the microphone to record your message: Enter programming mode at main control panel. Select 8 for Voice Options.
  • Page 208: Erasing User Message

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Pressing Select Key 5 will start a playback of the recorded message. Press ECS Message Key to enter message slot selection Press mode Select Key 5 to record to this message slot Figure 11-7 Recording with Microphone Example 11.8.3...
  • Page 209: Network Paging

    LS10143-001SK-E Emergency Communication System Operation Connect the PC to the FACP USB port using a standard USB cable. ECS-NVCM will use the USB on the FACP (See Figure 11-8). ECS-VCM will use the USB port on the ECS-VCM. Figure 11-8 USB Cable Connections Run the Voice Message Load software.
  • Page 210: Configuration

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 11.9.0.2 Configuration The ECS-NVCM Select Switches need to be programmed for network paging. • Program the switches to select one or more panels as destination panels. • Each switch can only be programmed for either output group activation or network paging activation.
  • Page 211: Reporting

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 12 Reporting This section lists receivers that are compatible with this control panel, and the reporting codes sent by the control panel for SIA and Contact ID formats. 12.1 Receivers Compatible with the Control Panel Table 12-1 shows receivers compatible with the control panel.
  • Page 212 LS10143-001SK-E Reporting Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any)
  • Page 213 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN -...
  • Page 214 LS10143-001SK-E Reporting Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any)
  • Page 215 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN -...
  • Page 216 LS10143-001SK-E Reporting Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any)
  • Page 217 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN -...
  • Page 218 LS10143-001SK-E Reporting Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any)
  • Page 219 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN -...
  • Page 220 LS10143-001SK-E Reporting Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any)
  • Page 221 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN -...
  • Page 222 LS10143-001SK-E Reporting Table 12-2: Reporting Formats Table SIA Reporting Format Contact ID Reporting Format SIA pi Modifier SIA IFP-2100/ECS Event Description Module Parameter Fixed Length Qualifier Event Group # Contact # ID # (If Event Format NN - Code Any)
  • Page 223: Sia - Intelliknight / Ifp-2100/ecs Panels Pi Modifier Reporting

    Exp. ID UJ Point # UJNNXXPPPP Exp. ID Point # store 12.2 SIA - IntelliKnight / IFP-2100/ECS Panels PI Modifier Reporting: Events are sent to the central station as a variable length string: The event format is: EEZZZZ Where: Event code (2 characters) ZZZZ Event parameter (up to four digits –...
  • Page 224: Sia - Ifp-2100/ecs Panel Communicator

    Panel ID is not sent in the SIA event parameters. For Example see Table 12-3: Table 12-3: SIA- IntelliKnight / IFP-2100/ECS Panels - PI Modifier Reporting Examples Event Fire Alarm-Zone Zone...
  • Page 225 Event parameter can be a Zone, Point or Circuit Number. “pi” modifier event is not used. Panel can be set to report by either Point or Zone. For examples see Table 12-4. Table 12-4: IFP-2100/ECS SIA REPORTING EXAMPLES Event Fire Alarm-Zone Zone...
  • Page 226: Testing And Troubleshooting

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 13 Testing and Troubleshooting 13.1 Troubleshooting This section of the manual offers suggestions for troubleshooting hardware problems. Please read this section if you encounter a problem when installing the control panel. If these suggestions do not solve your problem or if you encounter a problem that is not listed here, contact Technical Support at 800-446-6444 for assistance.
  • Page 227: Periodic Testing And Maintenance

    LS10143-001SK-E Testing and Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause / Suggested Actions 5815XL module that has been physically Check the status of the 5815XL green LED. If it flashes in the pattern .5 sec. on connected to the panel but is not being / .5 sec.
  • Page 228: Event History

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Measure battery voltage while the Notification Appliances are sounding. Replace any battery with terminal voltage less than 85% of rating. Reapply AC power and reset the system. 13.4 Event History The event history can be useful for tracking or recalling a trouble condition.
  • Page 229: I/o Point Control

    LS10143-001SK-E Testing and Troubleshooting Select 2 for Point Functions from the Main Menu. Select 5 for SLC Multiple Device Locator. A message similar to the one shown in Figure 13-2 will display. Figure 13-2 Shut Down Warning Press ENTER to accept, or left arrow to Exit. If left arrow is chosen you will exit back to the Point Function menu.
  • Page 230: Earth Fault Resistance

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 13.5.4 Earth Fault Resistance Table 13-1 lists the earth fault resistance detection for each applicable terminal on the FACP. Table 13-1: Earth Fault Resistance Values by Terminal Terminal Label Low Biased High Biased Function (Values in Ohms)
  • Page 231: Installation Records

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Section 14 Installation Records This section of the manual is for you to use if you wish to track how points, zones, and groups have been programmed. 14.1 Detector and Module Point Record If installing IDP or SK SLC devices, use Table 14-1 to record detector points (up to 159 per SLC loop) installed on the on-board SLC loop and make a copy of Table 14-2 to record installed modules (up to 159 per SLC loop).
  • Page 232 LS10143-001SK-E Installation Records Table 14-1: Installation Record of Onboard Devices Zone / Zone/ Module Addr Description Module Addr Description Group Group On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board...
  • Page 233 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table 14-1: Installation Record of Onboard Devices Zone / Zone/ Module Addr Description Module Addr Description Group Group On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board On-board Additional SLC Devices Use the table below to record devices installed on additional 5815XL’s. Make a copy of this page if additional pages are needed.
  • Page 234 LS10143-001SK-E Installation Records Table 14-2: Installation Record of Devices Installed on 5815XL Zone / Zone/ Module Addr Description Module Addr Description Group Group 14-4...
  • Page 235: Conventional Output Point Record

    Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E 14.2 Conventional Output Point Record This chart can be used to keep track of how conventional output points (circuits) have been configured. Point/Circuit Group Description 14-5...
  • Page 236 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Appendix A Compatible Devices Notification Appliances For proper operation, you must use polarized devices with a model 7628 4.7k ohm EOL resistor on each loop. All supervised notification appliances used with the control panel must be polarized.
  • Page 237 LS10143-001SK-E Table A-1 Compatible Notification Appliances Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type H12/24K-FC Horn HC12/24-FC Horn HC12/24W-FC Horn HC12/24K-FC Horn P2415-FC Horn/Strobe P2415W-FC Horn/Strobe P2415K-FC Horn/Strobe P241575-FC Horn/Strobe P241575W-FC Horn/Strobe P241575F-FC Horn/Strobe P241575K-FC Horn/Strobe P2430-FC Horn/Strobe P2430W-FC Horn/Strobe P2430K-FC Horn/Strobe (cont.) P2475-FC Horn/Strobe P2475W-FC...
  • Page 238 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table A-1 Compatible Notification Appliances Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type HS24-75 Horn/Strobe HS24-110 Horn/Strobe HS24-1575 Horn/Strobe GCC24 Multi Candella Horn/Strobe Ceiling Mount GCCR24 Multi Candella Horn/Strobe Ceiling Mount GCS24 Multi Candella Strobe Ceiling Mount GCSR24...
  • Page 239 LS10143-001SK-E Table A-1 Compatible Notification Appliances Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type CHSCRL Chime/Strobe Red Ceil 4x4 CHSCWL Chime/Strobe WHT Ceil 4x4 2-Wire Horn/Strobe P2R-P 2-Wire Horn/Strobe PC2R 2-Wire Horn/Strobe PC2R-P 2-Wire Horn/Strobe P2RH 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela P2RH-P 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC2RH 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC2RH-P...
  • Page 240 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table A-1 Compatible Notification Appliances Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type PC4WL Horn/Strobe 4W WHT Ceil 4X4 Strobe SR-P Strobe Strobe SCR-P Strobe Strobe High Candela SRH-P Strobe High Candela SCRH Strobe High Candela SCRH-P Strobe High Candela...
  • Page 241 LS10143-001SK-E Table A-1 Compatible Notification Appliances Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type AH-12 Horn AH-24 Horn AH-12WP Horn Weatherproof AH-24WP Horn Weatherproof AMT-241575W Multi-Tone Horn Strobe AMT-24MCW Multi-Tone Horn Strobe AMT-241575W-NYC Multi-Tone Horn Strobe AMT-12/24 Multi-tone Horn AMT-12/24 NYC Multi-tone Horn AS-121575W Horn/Strobe NH-12/24...
  • Page 242 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Table A-1 Compatible Notification Appliances Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type MT-241575W Multi-tone Horn Strobe MT-24MCW Multi-tone Horn Strobe MTWP-2475W Multi-tone Horn Strobe MTWP-2475C Multi-tone Horn Strobe MTG-121575W Multi-tone Horn Strobe MTR-121575W Multi-tone Horn Strobe MTWPA-2475W...
  • Page 243 Two Wire Detectors Table A-2 lists two-wire smoke detectors that are compatible with the fire control panel. The table is organized by manufacturer. The columns show the number of detectors per loop that can be used. IFP-2100/ECS Identifier 17.1 - 27.3 VDC...
  • Page 244 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E reset time of the smoke detector. Table A-2: Compatible Two-Wire Smoke Detectors Model Name or Number Compatibility ID Manufacturer (Base model name or number in # per Loop Head Base parenthesis.) 55000-350 (45681-200) 55000-350 45681-200...
  • Page 245 LS10143-001SK-E Max Standby Alarm Smoke Detector/Base Detector Type Current (mA) Current (mA) Gentex 824CP Photoelectric 0.50 Gentex 824CPT Photoelectric 0.50 Hochiki HSC-4R Base Hochiki SPB-24 Projected Beam 0.25 System Sensor B112LP Base 0.12 System Sensor B114LP Base System Sensor B404B Base System Sensor DH100ACDC Photoelectric...
  • Page 246 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Door Holders (UL Listed) Table A-4 lists door holders that are compatible with the fire control panel. Table A-4 Compatible Door Holders Current Manufacturer Model Type (mA) Edwards DH150A Floor Mount Edwards DH154A Flush Mount...
  • Page 247 LS10143-001SK-E Table A-6 520Hz Speakers Model Number Description SPSR Wall High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, Red SPSRH Wall High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, High Candela, Red SPSW Wall High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, White SPSCR Ceiling High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, Red SPSCW Ceiling High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, White SPSCWH Ceiling High-Fidelity Speaker Strobe, High Candela, White SPSCRH...
  • Page 248 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Compatible 520Hz Low Frequency Bases Table A-7 Low Frequency Bases Model Number Description B200S-LF Low Frequency Intelligent Sounder Base B200SR-LF Low Frequency Intelligent Sounder Base...
  • Page 249 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Appendix B Editing Text Using the Built-In Programmer This section contains tables of programmable characters that may be used for device, module, site, template, group, and zone names or phone numbers.T9 style editing is used.
  • Page 250 LS10143-001SK-E Example Name Edit Press the up or down arrow to select upper case letters mode, Press 2 until “F” appears. Press the up or down arrow to change mode to lower case letters, Press 3 until “i” appears. Press 6 until “r” appears. Press 2 until “e”...
  • Page 251 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Appendix C Cadence Patterns The cadence patterns shown in Appendix C are available for use with the control panel. Figure C-1 Cadence Patterns Available with the Control Panel...
  • Page 252 Model IFP-2100/ECS Installation Manual LS10143-001SK-E Appendix D Expanded Receiver/Panel Relationship The available receiver number will correspond with what panel number you entered. Receiver numbers are populated based on panel number and audited to allow only the 4 appropriate receivers. See Section 6.2.6.3.
  • Page 253 Panel Security Panel installation / maintenance security checklist System Description: ________________________________________________________________ System Location: __________________________________________________________________ Installer: _________________________________________________ Date: __________________ Complete the following Cyber security tasks for each panel Install • Install the panel in a secure location considering both software and hardware vulnerabilities. •...
  • Page 254 Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability Manufacturer Warranties. Subject to the limitations set forth herein, Manufacturer warrants that the Products manufactured by it in its Northford, Connecticut facility and sold by it to its authorized Distributors shall be free, under normal use and service, from defects in material and workmanship for a period of thirty six months (36) months from the date of manufacture (effective Jan.
  • Page 255 Model IFP-2100 Basic Operating Instructions These instructions must be framed and displayed next to the IFP-2100 panel in accordance with NFPA 72 fire code for Local Protected Fire Alarm Systems. Test the system in accordance to NFPA 72. Operation Task to Perform Silence Alarms and Press SILENCE then enter a code if prompted.
  • Page 257 Model IFP-2100ECS Basic Operating Instructions These instructions must be framed and displayed next to the IFP-2100ECS panel in accordance with NFPA 72 fire code for Local Protected Fire Alarm Systems. FS = Fire System ECS = Emergency Communication System Operation Task to Perform Silence Alarms Press SILENCE then enter a code if prompted.
  • Page 259 Ready NON-ACTIVE CALL ECS Control ALL CALL to Talk LED ECS Control LED Select LED’s Message (1-8) Activate Keys Message Select Keys LEDS Figure 1-1: ECS Front view Table 1-1: LED Conditions Color States Meaning The corresponding area is active for the currently playing ECS message. The corresponding area is not active.
  • Page 261 Table 1-2: ECS Control Request Operation Task Gain ECS Control at an LOC Press the ECS Control Key and enter a code if prompted. If ECS Control is available, the ECS Control LED will illuminate. If another LOC has ECS Control, the display will be similar to the one shown. Press 1 to request control.
  • Page 264 ™ Farenhyt Series Honeywell Farenhyt 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472-1610 203-484-7161 Fax: 203-484-7118 www.farenhyt.com...

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