Honeywell EVCS-CMPT9 Installation, Commissioning And Maintenance Manual

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  • Page 1 EVCS-CMPT9 Compact Master & EVCS-XC10 Slave Exchange Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance Manual
  • Page 2: Product Overview Introduction An EVCS is a fixed, secure, bi-directional, full duplex voice communication system to assist fire fighters in an emergency in high rise buildings or large sites where radio communication may not work, and covers the operation of fire telephones, disabled refuge systems and the Disabled Toilet Alarm.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Information Important Safety Information This equipment must only be installed and maintained by suitably skilled and competent person. This equipment is defined as Class 1 in EN60065 (Low Voltage Directive) and must be earthed. Caution INDOOR USE ONLY SHOCK HAZARD- ARNING ISOLATE BEFORE OPENING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR...
  • Page 4 1 off 2 way access connector 1 off 4 way network connector If there are any Items missing please contact Honeywell, quoting the unit serial number, and the name on the packing list enclosed so we can rectify the situation.
  • Page 5 10 off outstation line connectors 1 off 4 way network connector If there are any items missing please contact Honeywell, quoting the unit serial number, and the name on the packing list enclosed so we can rectify the situation.
  • Page 6 Preparation Remove the front door plate containing the circuit board by unscrewing the door hinge. This has a connection to the base PCB, which needs to be removed. Exercise static precautions to prevent damage to the electronics. Store the front panel assembly safely until the master handset is mounted and cables have been attached.
  • Page 7: Mains Connection Mounting the Compact unit The Compact unit weighs 4Kgs with batteries, so care should be taken to securely mount the unit on stud walling. Connecting the Compact unit To comply with EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) regulations and to reduce the risk of electrical interference in the system wiring, we recommend the use of fire-resistant screened cables throughout the installation.
  • Page 8 Batteries The compact requires one number 12V 5AH sealed lead acid batteries to provide backup power in the event of mains failure as defined in BS5839pt9 for 24 hours standby and 3 hours operation when powered by normal mains supply. For 72hour standby and 1 hour operation one number 12V 17AH battery is required, these will need to be fitted in an external battery enclosure.
  • Page 9: Combined Systems Outstation Wiring The compact unit requires programming to determine the outstation configuration; Four types of handset are allowed on the system, type A (fixed phone) type B (hands-free refuge points), disabled toilet alarms and jack plates. For jack points a 10K EOL resistor is required at the OUT of the last plate on the line. Cable Guidance for Compact Unit and Outstations Following the publication of BS5839pt9:2011, the guidance on cables for the Compact unit has changed, following a relaxation in the requirements of the standard.
  • Page 10 Handsets (Type A): Hands Free Refuge Point (Type B) Disabled Toilet Alarm Master to Slave Connection
  • Page 11: Auxiliary Connections Auxiliary Connections The Compact unit has three auxiliary connections as shown below: In Use Is a normally open volt free relay (30V DC 1A) connection which closes when any outstation is operated. Fault Is a normally closed volt free relay (30V DC 1A) which OPENS on any fault, including loss of power. Enable Is a normally CLOSED input and is required to operate the system (if Jumper J1 is in place then no connection is required at the terminals.
  • Page 12 EVCS-CMPT9 Programming Honeywell Status Screen Menu Compact M9 -Healthy- Calls 10:24:01 07|01|11 On power up, or by pressing the * key, the Status Screen Menu can be accessed. The top line can be changed from the Set Site Name Menu. The second line can be changed from Set Panel Name Menu. The third line contains the status of the unit.
  • Page 13 10:24:01 07|01|11 The EVCS-CMPT9 and EVCS-XC10 can be configured from the front panel menu unit or via the compact configuration software suite, however the network settings need to be configured before programming can commence. To log in to the EVCS-CMPT9,...
  • Page 14 Use the navigation keys to scroll through the events. View Call log Call 1 of 999 This menu is an information only menu. It displays the last 999 Calls that have occurred, on this EVCS-CMPT9. Master handset Outstation off hook 10:56:02 01|01|11 Use the navigation keys to scroll through the calls.
  • Page 15 View Panel Version The View panel version option will show the EVCS-CMPT9 current software revision and the software version of any EVCS-XC10 Panel Version:Master slave attached. Version:1.0 Build:1122 Build Date 02:03:11 Pressing up and down will switch from master to slave, pressing TICK will exit.
  • Page 16 Change Manager PIN The default PIN to access the configuration menus is 3333, but this can be changed. Scroll through the root menu using the navigation keys until Change manager Pin is selected. Press TICK to show the Change manager PIN menu.
  • Page 17 Log Settings The EVCS-CMPT9 has three independent Logs: Faults, Events and Calls. For each of these logs there is a menu to allow you to set the visibility to non-logged in users, or to clear the log (engineer only).
  • Page 18 Set Site Name Set site name If the site name is to be changed, scroll through the menu options until Set site name is selected, then press the TICK button. >Honeywell < :Next The current site name will be displayed on screen, with the cursor on the first character. Use the navigation keys to scroll to the correct character then press TICK.
  • Page 19 Panel Test This menu option performs various tests on the panel in line with BS5839 pt 9 2011. Panel test There are four sub menus. Back >Battery test Define outstation Outstation ring Test indicators Battery Test This menu option performs a battery test when requested. The menu shows the current state of the PSU and the battery. Both the battery present test and the battery high impedance test are performed automatically (every 15 seconds, and every 3 hours respectively).
  • Page 20 Scroll to the Outstn settings menu and press TICK. This menu consists of a list of all 20 possible lines (M1 through M9 on the Outstation Settings EVCS-CMPT9 master unit, and S1 through S10 on the EVCS-XC10 slave unit, plus a back option. The outstation location is Select outstation...
  • Page 21 Outstations Pressing TICK again will show the settings menu, with the network option currently selected. If this is no, the EVCS-CMPT9 unit will not communicate with the S10, and will be effectively isolated. If yes then the M9 unit will access the S10 slave. Use the navigation keys to toggle between the options, and press TICK to move onto supervisor.
  • Page 22: Operation

    TICK key, or if already connected placed on hold using the TICK key a second time. If the EVCS-CMPT9 master handset wishes to ring an outstation, they may do this by scrolling through the names in the directory and pressing TICK over the outstation they want.
  • Page 23: Maintenance Maintenance It is a requirement of BS5839pt9 that a maintenance agreement be in place for the EVCS, the maintenance schedule should be as follows. Weekly: Lift a different handset each week and make a call to the Master. Repeat each week until all points are tested. Record results in the site log.
  • Page 24: Technical Specification Technical Specification
  • Page 25 PR211-183-510-01 PINSTEVCSCMPT9

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