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Fault Indications - Honeywell 13270-01LB Data, Installation And Commissioning Manual

Fire control and repeat panels, conventional 1, 2, 4 and 8 zone panel range
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Fire Panels

Fault indications

All fault repairs should be
carried out by the
servicing organisation.
In a fault condition:
· the common
is lit
· appropriate
is also lit
· internal Fault Buzzer sounds
intermittent tone
· Multiple faults are
simultaneously annunciated
when this does not cause
confusion.
NOTE: Normally the fault lights
will be automatically extinguished
once the fault condition is
rectified.
NOTE: If the system detects a
fire during a fault condition the
fault indicators may be
extinguished.
yellow
Zones
red
1
FIRE
Fault
System
yellow
Power
Earth
Sounder
Disabled
Other Fault
indications
Figure 15 Fault indicators
4188-424 issue 4_Part 1_10-09
How to silence the fault
buzzer
q Press the 3 digit code, if
required and then press Cancel
Buzzer.
Faults
Fault light
What is a Zone
fault?
Fault light
What is a
Sounder fault?
What is a Mains
power fault?
What is a Battery
power fault?
What is an Earth
fault?
What is a Repeat
panel fault?
What is a Repeat
panel link fault?
What is a System
Fault?
What is a charger
fault?
What is a power
fault?
Table 3 Types of faults
ZONE Fire, Fault or Disablement indications
2
3
4
Cancel
System
Buzzer
Reset
Sound
Silence
Display
Alarms
Alarms
Display test
Essential controls
key
Cause
A zone fault occurs when a zone circuit cable is open
circuit or short circuit, or the end-of-line capacitor unit
has been disconnected or a detector has been
removed.
A sounder fault occurs when a sounder circuit cable
is open circuit or short circuit, or the end-of-line
resistor unit has been disconnected.
A mains failure occurs when the mains power supply
to the panel is removed. This can occur on mains
fuse failure or mains supply disconnection.
A battery supply failure occurs when the battery
supply to the panel has failed (due to aging process)
or battery voltage is too low or is disconnected or the
battery fuse has failed.
An earth fault occurs when there is an electrical path
for current flow from the system to earth connections.
A Repeat Panel fault occurs when a fault is detected
within the Repeat Panel
A repeat panel link fault occurs when there is a
communication failure between the control and
repeat panels or if the link has been removed or
damaged.
A system fault occurs in the event that the
microprocessor or software fails.
A charger fault occurs when the charger will not
switch off or will not provide charge when on.
A power fault occurs when there is an incorrect 24V
level or fuse failure. Also occurs if the sounder output
supply is at the incorrect level or overloaded during
alarm condition.
5
6
7
2
3
1
5
6
4
8
9
7
v
0
Shift
Numeric
keypad
Shift or Function
key
16
Fault indications
q Notice the buzzer is silenced
but visual indications remain
active.
NOTE: The sounder circuits
are pulse monitored for
failure.
yellow
8
Test
Normally lit
green
to indicate
Power
Power supply
healthy
Delay
yellow
yellow
Access /
Function
The light is lit when
the Shift/Function key is pressed
or there is an entry to controls
with coded access

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