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Installation and
Operations Manual
INTELLIKNIGHT
MODEL
5600/5600C/
5600HV
Addressable Fire Control Panel
Document 151450
E
06/06/2011
Rev:
ECN: 11-0214
151450:E
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  • Page 1 INTELLIKNIGHT ® MODEL 5600/5600C/ 5600HV Addressable Fire Control Panel Installation and Document 151450 06/06/2011 Rev: Operations Manual ECN: 11-0214 151450:E...
  • Page 3 Installation Procedure Installation Precautions - Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability: WARNING - Several different sources of power can be connected to the fire alarm control panel. Disconnect all sources of power before servicing. Control unit and associated equipment may be damaged by removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or interconnecting cables while the unit is energized.
  • Page 4 Equipment used in the system may not be technically compatible with the control. It is essential to use only equipment listed for service with your control panel. Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premise to a central monitoring station may be out of service or temporarily disabled.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Section 1 Introduction ..............................1 Overview of Basic System ...........................1 1.1.1 Hardware Features ..........................1 1.1.2 Software Features ..........................1 About this Manual ............................2 1.2.1 Terms Used in this Manual ........................2 Compatible Products ............................2 How to Contact Silent Knight ........................2 Section 2 Agency Listings, Approvals, and Requirements ........1 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) .....................1...
  • Page 6 Contents 4.1.3.1 Installing the Dead Front ......................2 4.1.3.2 Dead Front Removal ........................3 AC Power Connection ..........................4 4.2.1 AC Power Connection for UL 864 applications ...................4 4.2.2 AC Power Connection for Canadian Applications ................5 Battery Connection ............................6 4.3.1 RBB Accessory Cabinet ........................7 4.3.1.1 Installing the RBB Accessory Cabinet and Batteries ..............7 SBUS Wiring ...............................9 4.4.1 Calculating Wiring distance for SBUS modules ..................9...
  • Page 7 Contents 6.3.5 Installer Code ............................5 JumpStart Autoprogramming ........................5 Modifying Panel Programming using a PC ....................6 6.5.1 Connecting the panel to a PC ........................6 Panel Programming Options ........................7 6.6.1 System Options .............................7 6.6.1.1 Synchronized Strobes Active When Horns Silenced ..............7 6.6.1.2 Silence/Reset Inhibit Enabled ....................7 6.6.1.3 Water Flow Delay ........................7 6.6.1.4 Installer Code (User ID) ......................7 6.6.1.5 Alarm Verification Time ......................7...
  • Page 8 Model 5600 Installation Manual Fire Drill ...............................2 7.10 Zone Disable Feature ...........................3 7.11 Disabling Notification Circuits ........................3 7.12 Loss of AC power ............................3 7.13 Remote Connection Feature (ULC Installations Only) ................3 7.14 Low Battery ..............................4 7.15 Ground Fault ..............................4 7.16 Phone Line Monitoring ..........................4 7.17 Reporting Account Monitoring ........................4 7.18 SLC Fault ..............................4...
  • Page 9 Contents Appendix A Compatible Devices ..........................1 Silent Knight Fire Product Warranty and Return Policy Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability Model 5600/5600C/5600HV Basic Operating Instructions 151450...
  • Page 10 Model 5600 Installation Manual 151450...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    1.1.1 Hardware Features • The 5600 has one signaling line circuit (SLC) that supports 25 Honeywell Fire Systems (HFS) or SK SLC devices, and one SBUS circuit that supports two remote annunicators. • 2.0A of output power is available through 2 sets of terminals for notification appliance circuits or 1.0A for auxiliary power applications.
  • Page 12: About This Manual

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual About this Manual This manual is intended to be a complete reference for all installation and operation tasks for the 5600. Please let us know if the manual does not meet your needs in any way. We value your feedback! 1.2.1 Terms Used in this Manual...
  • Page 13 Introduction Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems Manufacturer recommends that smoke and/or heat detectors be located throughout a protected premise following the recommendations of the current edition of the National Fire Protection Association Standard 72 (NFPA 72), manufacturer’s recommendations, State and local codes, and the recommendations contained in Guide for the Proper Use of System Smoke Detectors, which is made available at no charge to all installing dealers.
  • Page 14 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual heat on their sensors increases at a predetermined rate or reaches a predetermined level. Heat detectors are designed to protect property, not life. • Warning devices (including horns, sirens, and bells) may not alert people or wake up sleepers who are located on the other side of closed or partially open doors.
  • Page 15 Introduction Standard 72, National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72), the manufacturer’s recommendations, State and local codes and the recommendations contained in Guide for the Proper Use of System Smoke Detectors, which is made available at no charge to all installing dealers. For specific requirements, check with the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (ex.
  • Page 16 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 151450...
  • Page 17: Agency Listings, Approvals, And Requirements

    NFPA 72. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) The following information must be provided to the telephone company before the 5600 can be connected to the phone lines: Manufacturer: Honeywell International Inc. Model Number: 5600 FCC registration number: US: AC6AL05B205600 Ringer equivalence: 0.5B...
  • Page 18 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 4. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or pro- cedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice to allow you to make the necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
  • Page 19: Underwriters Laboratories (Ul)

    Agency Listings, Approvals, and Requirements commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information. j) If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of this 5600 does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or qualified installer.
  • Page 20: Requirements For Central Station Fire Alarm Systems

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 2.2.2 Requirements for Central Station Fire Alarm Systems 1. Use both phone lines. Enable phone line monitors for both lines. 2. You must program a phone number and a test time so that the 5600 sends an automatic daily test to the central station.
  • Page 21: Before You Begin Installing

    Section 3 Before You Begin Installing This section of the manual is intended to help you plan your tasks to facilitate a smooth installation. Please read this section thoroughly, especially if you are installing a 5600 panel for the first time. What’s in the Box? The 5600 ships with the following hardware: •...
  • Page 22: Electrical Specifications

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Electrical Specifications Table 3-1 list the electrical specifications for the 5600 field wiring as well as a description of the each individual terminal and their respective electrical rating. For location of the terminals refer to 3.5. See also Section 4 for installation. Table 3-1: Terminal Descriptions Earth Ground Label...
  • Page 23: Wiring Specifications

    Before You Begin Installing 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 24: Board Assembly Diagram

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Board Assembly Diagram Slide-In Stand-offs On-board Annunciator Mounting screw AC Power Input Ethernet Battery Programming Port AC Power Connector Input 24VDC Mounting screws Battery Connector Location Mounting SLC Out NAC/AUX SBUS Form C Form C Programmable Power Phone Lines...
  • Page 25: Calculating Current Draw And Standby Battery

    Before You Begin Installing Calculating Current Draw and Standby Battery This section is for helping you determine the current draw and standby battery requirements (Table 3-2). 3.6.1 Worksheet Requirements The following steps must be taken when determining 5600 current draw and standby battery requirements.
  • Page 26: Current Draw Worksheet For 5600 For Ul 864

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 3.6.1.1 Current Draw Worksheet for 5600 for UL 864 Use Table 3-2 to determine amp-hour requirements during alarm/battery standby operation. (Copy the page if additional space is required.) You can install up to 25 SLC devices and two 5635 Remote Annunciator.
  • Page 27 Before You Begin Installing Table 3-2: Current Calculation Worksheet for SLC Devices Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current 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 28: Current Draw Worksheet For 5600 Ulc

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 3.6.1.2 Current Draw Worksheet for 5600 ULC Use to determine amp-hour requirements during alarm/battery standby operation. (Copy the page if additional space is required.) You can install up to 25 SLC devices and two 5635 Remote Annunciator.
  • Page 29 Before You Begin Installing Table 3-3: Current Calculation Worksheet for SLC Devices for ULC Standby Alarm Device # of Devices Current per Device Current Current Alarm sounding period in hours. (For example, 5 minutes = .0833 hours) Multiply lines E and H. Total alarm AH Total ampere hours Add lines G and I.
  • Page 30: Maximum Battery Standby Load For Ul 864

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 3.6.2 Maximum Battery Standby Load for UL 864 Table 3-4 shows the standby load calculations for the 5600 based on 24 hours of standby. The standby load calculations of line D in the Current Draw Calculation Worksheet must be less than the number shown in Table 3-4 for the selected battery size, standby hour and alarm time.
  • Page 31: Control Panel Installation

    Section 4 Control Panel 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. Mounting the Control Panel Cabinet Read the environmental specifications in Section 3.2 before mounting the 5600 panel. The 5600 cabinet dimensions are: 12-3/4”...
  • Page 32: Dead Front Installation And Removal

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 4.1.3 Dead Front Installation and removal This section provides instructions to install and or remove the dead front for the control panel cabinet. 4.1.3.1 Installing the Dead Front Follow these steps to properly install the dead front panel into the control panel cabinet. 1.
  • Page 33: Dead Front Removal

    Control Panel Installation 4.1.3.2 Dead Front Removal Follow these steps to properly remove the dead front panel from the control panel cabinet. 1. Remove the two annunciator screws, do not discard them. See Figure 4-1. 2. Tilt the dead front forward to clear the top of the cabinet and left the dead front out of the cabinet.
  • Page 34: Ac Power Connection

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual AC Power Connection 4.2.1 AC Power Connection for UL 864 applications At installation, connect the AC terminals to the power source as shown in Figure 4-2. It may be necessary for a professional electrician to make this connection. Connect black and white wires from transformer to 120V power.
  • Page 35: Ac Power Connection For Canadian Applications

    Control Panel Installation 4.2.2 AC Power Connection for Canadian Applications For Canadian applications, an AC terminal block is supplied standard with the 5600C. The AC terminal block is factory installed on the left of the circuit board chassis as shown in Figure 4-3.
  • Page 36: Battery Connection

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Battery Connection The control panel battery charge capacity is 7.0 to 33 AH or 18 AH for ULC installations. The main control cabinet can house batteries up to 7 AH, larger capacity batteries can be housed in a Remote Battery Box (P/N RBB).
  • Page 37: Rbb Accessory Cabinet

    Control Panel Installation 4.3.1 RBB Accessory Cabinet The Model RBB Accessory cabinet can be used when your backup batteries are too large to fit into the main control panel cabinet. The RBB cabinet holds batteries up to the 35 AH size. The RBB dimensions are 16"...
  • Page 38 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 3. Run extended battery cable from control panel cabinet through conduit to RBB cabinet. See Figure 4-7. RBB Cabinet Cover Screws Conduit Coupler Conduit RBB Cabinet Cover Screws Figure 4-7 Battery Connections in the RBB Cabinet Note: Figure 4-7 is an example of how the wire connections can be routed.
  • Page 39: Sbus Wiring

    Control Panel Installation SBUS Wiring This section contains information on calculating SBUS wire distances and the types of wiring configurations (Class B). 4.4.1 Calculating Wiring distance for SBUS modules The following instructions will guide you in determining the type of wire and the maximum wiring distance that can be used with control panel SBUS accessory modules.
  • Page 40 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Note: The following formulas were used to generate the wire distance chart: Maximum Resistance (Ohms) = 6.0 Volts Total Worst Case Current Draw (amps) Maximum Wire Length (Feet) = Maximum Resistance (Ohms) * 500 (6000 feet maximum) where: Rpu = Ohms per 1000 feet for various wire gauges (see table below) Typical Wire Resistance per 1000 ft.
  • Page 41: Wiring Configurations

    Control Panel Installation 4.4.2 Wiring Configurations Figure 4-9 illustrates Class B configuration. Supervised Power Limited 5635 Figure 4-9 SBUS Class B Wiring 151450 4-11...
  • Page 42: 5635 Remote Annunciator Installation

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 5635 Remote Annunciator Installation The optional Model 5635R (red) and 5635W (white) Remote Annunciator is shown in Figure 4-10. Figure 4-10 Model 5635 Remote Annunciator, Front View 5635 installation involves the following steps: 1. Make sure power is off at the panel. 2.
  • Page 43: Mounting The 5635

    Control Panel Installation 4.5.1 Mounting the 5635 This section of the manual describes mounting the remote annunciator. Figure 4-11 shows the parts of the annunciator. Inside Cover LCD Display Back Box Figure 4-11 5635 Annunciator Parts The 5635 Series plastic enclosures can be surface or semi-flush mounted in a single, double or 4”...
  • Page 44: Model 5635 Connection To The Panel

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Model 5635 Connection to the Panel Connect the 5635 to the panel as shown in Figure 4-12. Supervised Power Limited Figure 4-12 Model 5635 Connection to the Panel 4-14 151450...
  • Page 45: Configuring Module

    Control Panel Installation Configuring Module This section describes how to configure the 5635 Annunciator that has been added to the system. Each SBUS device requires a unique address. 5635 Series DIP switch S21 is used to set the address. This address will be displayed on the LCD display as the Station ID number. 4.7.1 Assigning Module IDs When installing the 5635 you must use the DIP switches on the module to assign an ID# to the...
  • Page 46: Telephone Connection

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Telephone Connection Connect the telephone lines as shown in Figure 4-14. The Model 7860 phone cord is available from Silent Knight for this purpose. Use Minimum of 26 AWG Telephone Line cord Figure 4-14 Connection of Telephone Lines 4-16 151450...
  • Page 47: Notification Appliance/Auxiliary Power Circuits

    Control Panel Installation Notification Appliance/Auxiliary Power Circuits The two outputs of the 5600 FACP can be programmed to be used as NACs or as Aux power. This section of the manual explains how to install conventional notification appliances and how these terminals can be used for auxiliary power. 4.9.1 Conventional Notification Appliance Circuit The 5600 supports Class B (Style Y) configurations for notification appliance applications.
  • Page 48: Auxiliary Power Installation

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 4.9.2 Auxiliary Power Installation NAC Circuits 1 and 2 on the control panel can be used as auxiliary power circuits. The three types of auxiliary power available are: • Door Holder (see section 4.9.2.1) •...
  • Page 49: Constant Power

    Control Panel Installation 4.9.2.2 Constant Power Use constant power for applications that require a constant auxiliary power source. Power is always present at Constant circuits. 4.9.2.3 Resettable Power Resettable power is typically used to power beam detectors, flame detectors and conventional 4-wire smoke detectors.
  • Page 50: On-Board Relays (Conventional, Power Limited)

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 4.10 On-Board Relays (Conventional, Power Limited) The control panel has two built-in programmable relays and a built-in trouble relay. All relays are Form C rated at 2.5 A @ 24 VDC Resistive. 4.10.1 Common Trouble Relay The control panel has a dedicated Form C trouble relay built into terminals labeled TROUBLE.
  • Page 51: Remote Station Applications

    Control Panel Installation 4.11 Remote Station Applications 4.11.1 City Box Connection Using the 5220 Module This section describes how to connect the control panel to a municipal fire alarm box or “city box” as required by NFPA 72 Auxiliary Protected Fire Alarm systems for fire alarm service. The city (master) box is an enclosure that contains a manually operated transmitter used to send an alarm to the municipal communication center which houses the central operating part of the fire alarm system.
  • Page 52 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual It is not possible to reset the remote indication until you clear the condition and reset the control panel. Note: NAC Circuit 2 Used as an Example. Either NAC Circuit Can Be Used. Supervised for Opens and Ground faults only Non-Power Limited...
  • Page 53: Nfpa 72 Polarity Reversal

    Control Panel Installation 4.11.2 NFPA 72 Polarity Reversal 4.11.2.1 Alarm, Supervisory and Trouble Reverse Polarity Outputs Three HFS-MR or SK-Relay modules are required to independently report alarm, supervisory and trouble. SLC addresses 141, 143, and 147 must be used as shown in Figure 4-18. Figure 4-18 Reverse Polarity output wiring 151450 4-23...
  • Page 54 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 4-24 151450...
  • Page 55: Slc Device Installation

    Section 5 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. List of SLC Devices The following SLC devices can be used with the control panel. See the device installation instructions for more information (packaged with the device).
  • Page 56: Wiring Requirements For Slc Devices

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Wiring Requirements for SLC Devices The following information applies to all SLC devices. Refer to the section that describes the type of device you are installing for details. 5.3.1 Wiring SLC in Style 4 (Class B) Configuration No special wire is required for addressable loops.
  • Page 57 SLC Device Installation The following figures show how length is determined for out and back tap and T-Tap style wiring. Figure 5-1 Calculating wire run length for a simple out and back 151450...
  • Page 58 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 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. Figure 5-2 Calculating Wire Run Length for a T-tap 151450...
  • Page 59: Wiring Slc Detectors

    SLC Device Installation Wiring SLC Detectors This section describes how to install heat and smoke detectors. All detectors ship with installation instructions. Refer to the detector’s installation instructions for more detailed information. This information applies to the following HFS or SK models: •...
  • Page 60: Addressing Slc Devices

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Addressing SLC Devices All HFS/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 digit number.
  • Page 61: Programming

    Section 6 Programming This section of the manual describes how to change the control panel programming options from the built-in web page of the control panel. All options described in this section are edited via the panel’s built in web page Important! Before any customized programming is done, JumpStart should be run first.
  • Page 62: Control Panel Programming

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Control Panel Programming The 5600 is an addressable control panel that has the characteristics of a 5 zone conventional fire alarm control panel. Default Control Panel Configuration. The panel ships from the factory in a defaulted configuration that may allow the installer to use the panel without doing any custom programming.
  • Page 63: Mapping Of Slc Inputs To Outputs

    Programming 6.3.2 Mapping of SLC Inputs to Outputs. Table 6-2: Input Points INPUT POINTS Start End SLC Zone Input Point Types Function Description SLC ID Zone 1 HFS-P. HFS-PT, HFS-D, Alarm Alarm Zone 1 HFS-T, SK-Photo, SK-Photo-T, Supervisory 5 Supervisory Zone 1 SK-Duct, SK-Heat, SK-Pull- SA, SK-Pull-DA, HFS-MM, SK-Minimon...
  • Page 64: Default Mapping For The 2 Built-In Notification Circuits

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Table 6-3: Output Points OUTPUT POINTS Start SLC Group Output Point Type End SLC ID Output Activates For OPG 1 HFS-MR, HFS-MRA, SK-Relay Zone 1 Alarm OPG 2 HFS-MR, HFS-MRA, SK-Relay Zone 2 Alarm OPG 3 HFS-MR, HFS-MRA, SK-Relay Zone 3 Alarm...
  • Page 65: Maximum Slc Address Point Count

    Programming 6.3.4 Maximum SLC address point count The 5600 control panel supports a maximum of 25 SLC points to be used within the 159 point address range. The points can be all inputs, all outputs or any combination of inputs and output points.
  • Page 66: Modifying Panel Programming Using A Pc

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Modifying Panel Programming using a PC 6.5.1 Connecting the panel to a PC Modifications to the default panel programming can only be done using the embedded web server of the control panel. There are two ways to connect to the panel for the purpose of programming.
  • Page 67: Panel Programming Options

    Programming Panel Programming Options All customized programming options for the 5600 control panel are described in this section and are available to be edited using the embedded web server of the control panel. 6.6.1 System Options 6.6.1.1 Synchronized Strobes Active When Horns Silenced The default configuration for this option is No.
  • Page 68: Walk Test Reporting

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 6.6.1.8 Walk Test Reporting The default configuration for this option is No. If set to Yes, the panel generates a TEST report to the central station when the walk test begins. During a walk test, the panel’s normal fire alarm function is completely disabled, placing the panel in a local trouble condition.
  • Page 69: Zone Programming

    Programming 6.6.2 Zone Programming 6.6.2.1 SLC Addresses Within Each Zone Each zone has 15 alarm SLC addresses and 5 supervisory SLC addresses assigned to it as described in table 6.1. For each SLC address within a zone, the SLC device type choices are Unused, Detector, Manual Pull Switch, Latching Water Flow Switch or Non-Latching Water Flow Switch.
  • Page 70: Notification Appliance Circuit (Nac) Programming

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 6.6.4 Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) Programming 6.6.4.1 Circuit Function The two notification circuits are both defaulted to activate the System Sensor synchronization pattern when any of the five zones are in alarm. You can define each of the notification circuits to be either a conventional notification circuit or an auxiliary power type circuit.
  • Page 71: Relay Programming Options

    Programming 6.6.5 Relay Programming Options The two on board relays of the control panel can be selected to activate for general alarm, general supervisory, resettable auxiliary power or door holder power. Relay 1 is defaulted to activate for general supervisory. Relay 2 is defaulted to activate for general alarm. 6.6.5.1 General System Relay Silence Option This option defaults to silenceable.
  • Page 72: Dialer Account Programming Options

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 6.6.7 Dialer Account programming Options Up to two accounts can be used for reporting events to the central station. A typical reason to use multiple reporting accounts might be to have one account for reporting alarms and a different account for reporting supervisories and troubles.
  • Page 73: System Operation

    Section 7 System Operation The operation of the 5600 control panel is similar to a conventional 5 zone Fire Alarm Control Panel. System status and control is segmented into zones even though the panel supports addressable SLC devices for input and output functions. Note: ULC version of the panel (5600C) has a built in Alarm Reset and Alarm Silence inhibit of 30 seconds System Reset To reset the system press the RESET key once.
  • Page 74: Viewing Active Supervisory Points

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Viewing Active Supervisory Points When one or more SLC points within a zone are in supervisory alarm, the supervisory LED for that zone will blink and outputs will activate that are mapped to supervisories within the zone.
  • Page 75: Zone Disable Feature

    System Operation 7.10 Zone Disable Feature To disable a zone, press the disable zone key that corresponds to the zone number you wish to disable. When a zone is disabled all alarm events that occur while the zone is disabled will be ignored.
  • Page 76: Low Battery

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 7.14 Low Battery The battery voltage is continuously monitored during normal standby. When the battery is not present or the voltage is too low, the control panel will indicate a low battery trouble. Both the LOW BATTERY and GENERAL TROUBLE LED will blink when there is a low battery condition.
  • Page 77: Annunciator Description

    System Operation 7.20 Annunciator Description Operation of the Remote Annunciator is simple. This section of the manual is an overview of the operation of the Remote Annunciator. Please read this entire section carefully before operating the Remote Annunciator. Figure 7-1: shows the Remote Annunciator. Figure 7-1: 5635 Remote Annunciator 7.20.1 LCD Displays The Remote Annunciator's LCD displays system messages, annunciates alarms, supervisories...
  • Page 78: Banner

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 7.20.2 Banner The banner is the message that displays on the Annunciator when the system is in normal mode (no alarm, trouble or supervisory condition exists). You can create a customized message that will display instead of the internal (default) message. See 6.6.1.13 for information on customizing the banner.
  • Page 79: Basic Operation

    System Operation 7.21 Basic Operation 7.21.1 Conduct a Fire Drill 1. Activate the key by turning it to the ON position. 2. Press and hold the Drill key for 2 seconds. 3. The drill will begin after the key has been held down for 2 seconds. 4.
  • Page 80: Operation Mode Behavior

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 7.22 Operation Mode Behavior The remote annunciator can be in one of six conditions at any given moment: Normal, Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble, Silenced, and Reset. Table 7-1 describes the behavior of the Remote Annuciator in each of these modes. Table 7-1: Operation Modes of Remote Annunciator Operation Occurs When...
  • Page 81 System Operation Table 7-1: Operation Modes of Remote Annunciator Operation Occurs When System Behavior In This Mode You Can Mode Trouble A system trouble The dialer seizes control of the phone line Press down arrow to view the trouble. A screen condition occurs.
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  • Page 83: Reporting

    Section 8 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. Receivers Compatible with the Control Panel Table 8-1 shows receivers compatible with the control panel. Table 8-1: Receivers Compatible with the Control Panel Manufacturer Model...
  • Page 84 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Phone line 1 trouble restore Trouble System Event Phone line 2 trouble restore Trouble System Event Phone line 1 trouble detected Trouble System Event Phone line 2 trouble detected Trouble System Event Periodic test event – normal Test System Event Periodic test event –...
  • Page 85 Reporting Manual pull switch trouble Trouble Zone Event Zone Zone Detector trouble Trouble Zone Event Zone Zone Auxiliary power trouble Trouble Zone Event 0000 Notification trouble Trouble Zone Event 1000+ Group # Group# User initiated a system reset Reset Zone Event Water flow switch alarm Alarm Zone Event...
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  • Page 87: Trouble Shooting And Quick Tips

    Section 9 Trouble Shooting and Quick Tips 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 Silent Knight Technical Support for assistance.
  • Page 88: To Initiate A Fire Drill

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 9.1.6 To Initiate a Fire Drill 1. Press Drill until “DRL” is displayed 2. Press SYSTEM RESET to end the drill 9.1.7 For a Dialer Test Press JumpStart and Next at the same time 9.1.8 For a Lamp Test Press JumpStart and Prev at the same time...
  • Page 89: Web Server Menus

    Trouble Shooting and Quick Tips “AC” indicates AC power supply trouble “nC1” indicates notification appliance circuit 1 trouble “nC2” indicates notification appliance circuit 2 trouble “tSt” indicates a trouble for the duration of a walk test Correct the fault and the trouble will restore Web Server Menus The System Summary and Mapping Table sections are not editable, but are populated based on the entries in the other sections.
  • Page 90: To Add Custom Zone Name

    Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 9.2.4 To add custom Zone name 1. Click on Zone Programming 2. Click on Zone Options. Enter custom Zone name (20 characters max) in the corresponding field 3. Click Accept Note: Remember to choose to Download to Panel after all of your changes are done 9.2.5 To trip an SLC notification appliance 1.
  • Page 91: Compatible Devices

    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. Note: Not all devices can use the Sync feature, be sure to check Table A-1 to ensure the device you have chosen will work with this feature.
  • Page 92 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type GEC-24-15 Horn/Strobes GEC-24-30 Horn/Strobes GEC-24-60 Horn/Strobes GEC-24-75 Horn/Strobes GEC-24-177 Horn/Strobes GEC-24-110 Horn/Strobe GEC-24-15/75 Horn/Strobe GX91 MiniHorn Steady Tone GX93 MiniHorn Temporal Tone HG124 Horn HS24-15 Horn/Strobe HS24-30 Horn/Strobe HS24-60 Horn/Strobe HS24-75 Horn/Strobe...
  • Page 93 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type Chime Chime CHSR 2-Wire Chime/Strobe CHSW 2-Wire Chime/Strobe Horn Horn Horn 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 2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela System Sensor...
  • Page 94 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type PC4W 4-Wire Horn/Strobe P4WH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC4WH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela P4RK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe PC4RK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe P4RHK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC4RHK 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela PC4RH 4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela Strobe...
  • Page 95 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 Horn AS-241575W Horn/Strobe AS-24MCC Horn/Strobe Wheelock...
  • Page 96 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type CH90-24MCCH Chime/Strobe HS-24 Horn HS4-241575W Horn/Strobe HS4-24MCW Horn/Strobe HS4-24MCWH Horn/Strobe HS4-24MCC Horn/Strobe MIZ-24S Mini Horn Strobe MT-121575W MultitoneHorn Strobe MT-241575W Multitone Horn Strobe MT-24MCW Multitone Horn Strobe MTWP-2475W Multitone Horn Strobe MTWP-2475C Multitone Horn Strobe MTG-121575W...
  • Page 97 Manufacturer Model Audio Visual Type RSSR-2475W Strobe RSSR-2475C Strobe RSSR-24110C Strobe RSSA-24110W Strobe RSSB-24110W Strobe RSSG-24110W Strobe RSSR-24110W Strobe RSSA-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSB-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSG-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSR-24MCC Multi-Cd Strobe RSSWPA-2475W Strobe Weatherproof RSSWPA-24MCCH Strobe Weatherproof RSSWPG-24MCCH Strobe Weatherproof RSSWPR-24MCCH Strobe Weatherproof RSSWP-2475W...
  • Page 98 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Four-Wire Smoke Detectors/Devices (UL Listed) Table A-2 Compatible Four-Wire Smoke Detectors Max Standby Alarm Smoke Detector/Base Detector Type Current (mA) Current (mA) Fenwal CPD-7021 (w/70-201000-005 Base) Ionization 0.10 Fenwal PSD-7125 Photoelectric 0.10 Fenwal PSD-7126 (w/70-201000-005 Base) Photoelectric 0.10 Fire-Lite BLP-12-4W...
  • Page 99 Max Standby Alarm Smoke Detector/Base Detector Type Current (mA) Current (mA) System Sensor 4WTR-B (12/24 Volt) Photo w/ Therm/Relay System Sensor 4WTAR-B (12/24 Volt) Photo w/ Therm/ Sounder/Relay System Sensor 4WITAR-B (12/24 Volt) Photo w/ Isolated Therm/ Sounder/Relay System Sensor 2W-MOD2 Loop Test/Maintenance Mod.
  • Page 100 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual Door Holders (UL Listed) Table A-3 list door holders that are compatible with the fire control panel. Table A-3 Compatible Door Holders Current MANUFACTURER MODEL TYPE (mA) Edwards DH150A Floor Mount Edwards DH154A Flush Mount Edwards DH158A Surface Mount...
  • Page 101 Accessory Modules (UL Listed) Table A-5 lists accessory modules compatible with the fire control panel Table A-5: Compatible Accessory Modules Manufacturer Model Current (mA) Silent Knight 5635 151450...
  • Page 102 Model 5600 Installation and Operation Manual 151450...
  • Page 103 Silent Knight Fire Product Warranty and Return Policy General Terms and Conditions • All new fire products manufactured by Silent Knight have a limited warranty period of 36 months from the date of manufacture against defects in materials and workmanship. See limited warranty statement for details.
  • Page 104 No credit will be issued if the returned board was damaged due to misuse or abuse. • Repairs and returns should be sent to: Silent Knight / Honeywell Attn: Repair Department 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472...
  • Page 105 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 107 Model 5600/5600C/5600HV Basic Operating Instructions These Instructions must be framed and displayed next to the5600 panel in accordance with NFPA 72 fire code for Local Protected Fire Alarm Systems. Test the system in accordance to NFPA 72. Refer to Installation Manual P/N 151450 for more information regarding this control panel.
  • Page 110 Silent Knight 12 Clintonville Road Northford, CT 06472-1610 203-484-7161 Fax: 203-484-7118 www.silentknight.com...