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  • Page 1 ID50/60 installation, commissioning & configuration manual 997-263-000-11, Issue 11 January 2010...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Contents Introduction Manual Purpose System Design and Planning General 1.3.1 Date-dependent Functions CE Marking EN54 Functions Ancillary Functions Related Documents Warnings and Cautions Tips 1.10 Glossary of Icons Installation Guide How to Use this Section Pre-Installation Check List 2.1.1 Some Panel DO’s and DON’T’s...
  • Page 3 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3.3.1 Screen Termination 3.3.2 Ferrite Sleeves (Optional) MICC Cables Commissioning Introduction Preliminary Checks Internal Checks 4.3.1 Jumper Link Options External Wiring Checks 4.4.1 Loop Wiring 4.4.2 RS485 Communications Link 4.4.3 DC Auxiliary Output 4.4.4 Sounder Circuit Outputs 4.4.5...
  • Page 4 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.2 Site Details 5.5.3 Device Options 5.5.4 Peripheral Options 5.5.5 Day/Night Settings Circuit Options 5.6.1 Signalling Line Circuit (SLC) - Devices 67 5.6.2 Signalling Line Circuit (SLC) - Learn 5.6.3 On-Board Circuits Control-By-Event Output Rules 5.7.1 Output Type...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with all recommended procedures and full technical details for the successful installation, commissioning and programming of a NOTIFIER ID50 Series Panel. The descriptions and procedures also apply to the NOTIFIER ID60 panel. Differences between the ID50 and ID60 panels are given in Appendix 2.
  • Page 6: General

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 1.3 General The ID50 Series Panel is designed for use with NOTIFIER’s range of addressable analogue sensors, control and monitoring modules and addressable call points. A unique signalling protocol is used, having digital address and control signals and analogue pulse width monitoring for the reply data from devices.
  • Page 7: En54 Functions

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual The EMC Directive 2004/108/EEC, by the application of the following EMC Standards: EN 61000-6-3: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Generic emission standard for Residential, Commercial and Light industrial environments EN 50130-4: EMC Product family standard: Immunity requirements for components of fire, intruder and social alarm systems.
  • Page 8: Ancillary Functions

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual The following features are provided by the Power Supply Unit (PSU) of the ID50 Series Panel to comply with EN 54-4. Features of the ID50 EN54-4 Power Supply Unit (PSU) Clause Derive power supply from main power source Derive power supply from and monitor a standby battery source...
  • Page 9: Related Documents

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 1.7 Related Documents This manual only describes the installation, commissioning and configuration of the ID50 Series Panel. All operating functions are covered by the: ID50 Series Panel Operating Manual (ref: 997-264-000-X) The Panel can support repeaters via the RS485 communications link.
  • Page 10: Glossary Of Icons

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 1.10 Glossary of Icons Throughout this manual, and the other related ID50 Series Panel manuals, a number of icons are used either as part of the illustrated process descriptions, or in the main text to help clarify, or simplify, particular configuration procedures.
  • Page 11: Installation Guide

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Installation Guide 2.1 How to Use this Section This Installation Guide provides guidelines on how to install an ID50 Series Panel quickly and safely. For each stage in the panel installation and commissioning procedures a brief description is given of its purpose, complete with detail drawings, flow diagrams and/or other graphics to make the instructions easy to...
  • Page 12: Transient Protection

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual d. DO NOT locate the panel where it is exposed to high levels of moisture. e. DO NOT locate the panel where there are high levels of vibration or shock. f. DO NOT site the panel where there would be restricted access to the internal equipment and cabling/wiring connections.
  • Page 13: Product Inspection

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.4 Product Inspection The ID50 Series Fire Control Panels are relatively simple to install providing the recommended procedures described in this Installation Guide are followed. To avoid damage to the Follow all installation instructions described in this control panel ensure that manual.
  • Page 14: What To Do If Panel Is Damaged Or Suspect

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.4.2 What to do if Panel is Damaged or Suspect If you have problems regarding the quality of any supplied order items including the control panel, its ancillaries or this manual or items are missing, follow the procedure below: 1 DO NOT continue with the installation but contact your supplier for advice on what to do next.
  • Page 15: Dismantling The Panel

    4 Remove and store the cover in a safe place. The power supply ratings label (view ‘E’) is affixed to the inside face of the fire control panel cover. NOTIFIER by Honeywell Before installing the back box, remove the panel ID50 ID60 ‘E’...
  • Page 16: Removing The Panel Electronics

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.5.2 Removing the Panel Electronics The ID50 Series Panel electronics comprises the PCB assembly with mounted LCD unit and the mounted fascia. These are supplied as one spared item in kit PN: 020-635-XXX.
  • Page 17: Back Box Fixing

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.5.3 Back Box Fixing 376.00 The ID50 Series Panels (PN: 002-455-XXX) are 110mm 188.00 deep (external dimensions including fixing dimples). The back box holds two 12V batteries, up to a maximum rating of 12Ah each.
  • Page 18: Semi-Flush Mounting Bezel (Optional)

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.5.4 Semi-Flush Mounting Bezel (Optional) If semi-flush mounting of the ID50 Series Panel is required, a recess 80mm deep and just large enough to accommodate the back box must be cut in the wall (see dimensions below).
  • Page 19: Assembling The Panel

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.6 Assembling the Panel With the back box secured to the wall and all external cabling ready for termination, assemble the panel as follows: 1 Ensure that all power to the panel is isolated and observe ALL safety and anti-static precautions when installing the PCB assembly.
  • Page 20: Rs485 Communications Link

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.7 RS485 Communications Link The panel is capable of communicating with a maximum of sixteen (16) repeaters (active IDR-2A or passive IDR-2P) or mimic panels (IDR-M) (for further details concerning the repeaters refer to 997-411, IDR-2A, -2P &...
  • Page 21: Fitting The Rs485 Interface Module Pcb17

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.7.1 Fitting the RS485 Interface Module PCB With the back box fitted to the wall, install the RS485 Interface Module PCB as described below (ensure suitable anti-static precautions are taken): 1 Remove the cover (see Section 2.5.1) to expose the panel electronics.
  • Page 22: Rs232 Interface Connections

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2.8 RS232 Interface Connections The panel is fitted with a standard 9-way ‘D’-type RS232 Interface connector, located at the bottom right-hand corner of the PCB assembly. The RS232 connector is used for the following purposes: a.
  • Page 23: Cabling

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Cabling 3.1 Cabling Instructions All wiring should comply with current IEE wiring WARNING: Risk of electric regulations (BS7671) or the applicable local wiring shock. Before working on regulations. Note also the requirements of EN54-14 for mains connections, ensure cabling and interconnection of a fire detection and alarm mains power supply to the...
  • Page 24: Cable Terminations

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3.1.1 Cable Terminations This section provides guidance on where to bring cables into the back box for ease of termination: a. The mains supply should be brought into the control panel such that the cable path to the mains termination block is kept as short as possible.
  • Page 25: Cabling Installation Notes

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3.2 Cabling Installation Notes 3.2.1 Introduction The following notes are intended to assist installers of analogue addressable control systems. They have been produced from information derived from the supplier’s technical resource and from information fed back concerning existing systems.
  • Page 26: Emc Considerations

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3.3 EMC Considerations Following the above instructions and by using suitable cables EMC problems will be avoided. In particularly difficult EMC environments, or where non-preferred cabling is used, it is possible to fit additional ferrite suppressors (sleeves) to cables entering the control panel.
  • Page 27: Commissioning

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Commissioning 4.1 Introduction This section describes how to bring the ID50 Series Panel into an operational state (commissioning) ready for configuration. To commission this series of panels follow the steps detailed below. Information on how to configure the panel is given in Section 5, Configuration.
  • Page 28: Internal Checks

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.3 Internal Checks When all PCBs have been installed and all cabling has been successfully checked, the following jumper links allow the implementation of panel software or configuration updates, as described below. 4.3.1 Jumper Link Options Software Upgrade (J4) The Software Upgrade Jumper in conjunction with the...
  • Page 29: External Wiring Checks

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Earth Fault Monitoring (J19) Earth fault monitoring should be enabled during normal operation; this is the default condition and is indicated by EN54-2 : 8.2.4c. a fitted jumper link on J19 to the right of the CFG Outputs Earth Fault Monitoring C and D terminal block (TB3).
  • Page 30: Loop Wiring

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.4.1 Loop Wiring Typical connections of analogue addressable loop pair to a loop are shown below. Checks Before Connection To check the Loop wiring: The loop wiring MUST 1 For CLIP devices link out any isolators on the Loop be disconnected from by temporarily shorting terminals 2 and 4 on each the panel during this...
  • Page 31: Rs485 Communications Link

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Connecting to the Panel When the Loop wiring has been checked and found to be satisfactory, do the following: 1 Remove the temporary links on the isolator units (OPAL protocol-compatible sensor bases, B501 AP, automatically link out so these can be ignored at any addresses where devices with an internal isolator are installed).
  • Page 32: Sounder Circuit Outputs

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.4.4 Sounder Circuit Outputs EN 54-2 : 7.8 The sounder cicuits are designed to work either with a resistor end-of-line (EOL) device (default) or, to comply with If an EN54-2 monitored the requirements for partial shorts and open monitoring fire alarm routing of EN54-13 (Compatibility Assessment of System...
  • Page 33 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.4.4.2 Using Diode EOL Devices The procedure described below is based on the following EN54-13 : 5.3.4.1, assumptions: 5.3.4.2 a. All sounder circuit cables are in situ with all sounders Enablement of partial connected but not yet connected to the panel.
  • Page 34: Cfg Outputs C And D

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.4.5 CFG Outputs C and D EN 54-2 : 7.7.1 One output must be CFG Outputs C and D can be configured as sounder or relay output circuits using configurable jumper links. configured as a fire Output C is configured using jumper link J1 and Output output.
  • Page 35: Ve Outputs

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Unmonitored Relays J2 - OUTPUT D The unmonitored relay Output C is factory set as a fault output, and Output D as a fire output. When configured as volt-free relay outputs, the outputs are NOT power- limited.
  • Page 36: Powering The Panel

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.5 Powering the Panel To power up an ID50 Series panel: 1 Ensure all wiring is terminated correctly and all PCBs are fitted correctly. 2 With the batteries in the back box, connect the mains/ battery supply wiring plug to the power socket, between the transformer secondary fuse (FT1) and the battery fuse (FC1).
  • Page 37: Batteries

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.5.2 Batteries CAUTION- ENERGY HAZARD! NEVER short the battery The ID50 Series Panel back box holds up to two 12V, terminals. 12Ah batteries. The batteries are not supplied with the panel. A valve-regulated, lead-acid type MUST be used. CAUTION- RISK OF EXPLOSION! To avoid contact damage resulting from repeated If battery is replaced with an...
  • Page 38: Configuration And Handover

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.6 Configuration and Handover After all external wiring has been connected to the panel and with the LCD displaying the ‘Status: NORMAL’ message, the panel can be configured for the particular system requirements.
  • Page 39: Commissioning Tests

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3 Using the numeric keypad, press ‘ ’ to select the Commissioning option and confirm using the ‘ ’ pushbutton. The Commissioning option is automatically displayed if a Level 3 passcode was previously entered.
  • Page 40: Sensors And Modules

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4.8 Sensors and Modules Each of these devices is packaged with an instruction leaflet showing the correct interconnections for various applications. OPAL Protocol devices are now supported. To include the internal isolator (not all OPAL devices incorporate these) use the B501 AP sensor base which has an additional positive leg loop wiring connector for the device’s internal isolator.
  • Page 41: Configuration

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Configuration 5.1 Introduction The following sections contain instructions to configure a panel. For each configuration option, a brief description of its purpose is given, followed by the configuration procedure accompanied by illustrations of appropriate LCD displays. The panels use menu-driven software which is divided into Level 2 Configuration Options (see Section 5.3) and Level 3 Configuration Options (see Sections 5.4 - 5.11).
  • Page 42: Level 3 Configuration Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.4 Level 3 Configuration Options The Level 3 Configuration Options allow you to configure the panel. These Options are listed in the menu map at left. The default Level 3 passcode is given in Appendix 1 - Specifications.
  • Page 43: Setup Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5 Setup Options The Setup options menu allows the configuration of all site-specific panel settings. These configurable settings are sub-divided into the following categories: a. Panel Options b. Site Details c. Device Options d.
  • Page 44: January

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.1.1 Language 1 When the Panel Options menu option is selected the Language edit screen is displayed. [Setup] Language = English > : Change : More < : Exit 2 Press the ‘ ’...
  • Page 45 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.1.3 Control Keys Access Level EN54-2 requires the following access to controls: EN54-2 : 7.6.1, 7.8, 8.7.1, 9.1.2 Level 2: Reset (EN54-2 Clauses 7.6.1 & 8.7.1) Ensure EN54 compliance Silence Sounders (EN54-2 Clause 7.8) for access to controls.
  • Page 46 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3 Press the ‘ ’ button to toggle the LED function. [Setup] LED 1H = Fault Output: F/D > : Change : More < : Exit EN54-2 : 8.2.4 g) If a fault-routing output is 4 Press ‘...
  • Page 47 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3 Press the ‘ ’ button to toggle between ‘On new zone alarm’ and ‘On new point alarm’ input options. [Setup] Un-mute = On new point alarm > : Change : More <...
  • Page 48 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual [Setup] Diagnostic Mode = ON > : Change : More < : Exit 3 Press the ‘ ’ button to select the required setting, either ON or OFF. [Setup] Diagnostic Mode = OFF >...
  • Page 49: Site Details

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.2 Site Details The Site Details Setup option enables site name and service contractor information to be displayed on the panel. With ID60 panels there is an option for configuring a service due date (refer to Appendix 2 for details). 5.5.2.1 Service Phone Number This option allows a service contact phone number to be displayed with fault messages.
  • Page 50: Device Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4 Using the appropriate buttons, edit the text then confirm the new text using the ‘ ’ button. The LCD returns to the Setup menu screen. All changes are saved on exiting. 5.5.3 Device Options Setup menu Device Options allows the configuration of the following system inputs and outputs:...
  • Page 51 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2 Press the ‘ ’ buttons to step through the Device Options until the Pulse On/Off Ratio menu is displayed. [Setup] Pulse On/Off ratio = 1/1 > : Change : More <...
  • Page 52 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual To disable this function 1 To disable Auto High Test, press the ‘ ’ button: [Setup] Auto High Test = 07:46 > : Change 1 : Disable : More < : Exit [Setup] Auto High Test = DISABLED >...
  • Page 53 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.3.6 Day Mode Sensitivity This option allows a change in sensor sensitivity to be set during the same period each day (including weekends unless Weekend Night Mode is enabled). Refer to Section 5.6.1.2 Sensor Sensitivity Setting for day mode sensitivity setting.
  • Page 54 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.3.8 Extinguishing System Delay CAUTION: The extinguishing system delay allows an evacuation period This product is not compliant of up to 180 seconds to be entered (default 60 secs, minimum 12094-1 12094-1 of 10 secs).
  • Page 55 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4 Enter a delay time using the numeric buttons, between 0 and 999 secs, e.g. 90 secs: [Setup] Ext. System Soak = 0 Seconds Enter new value 90 : Confirm < : Cancel Note: Entering a value of ‘0’...
  • Page 56 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual pulse response. This feature is required for VdS- compliant operation only. 5.5.3.12 Fireman’s Work Panel This option allows the panel to be configured to work with a German or Swiss Fireman’s Work Panel (FWP). 5.5.3.13 FWP 2 Output Activation This option is used to control the way the Transmission Device-triggered output, FWP 2, is activated by the...
  • Page 57: Peripheral Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.4 Peripheral Options This option is used for setting up the connection of peripheral equipment via the RS232 and RS485 communication ports. Select either RS485 or RS232 and then one of the specific equipment options available.
  • Page 58 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 4 Press the ‘ ’ button to return to the Setup menu screen. 5.5.4.2 Number of Repeaters The Number of Repeaters menu allows the quantity of repeaters connected to the RS485 Communications Link to be entered.
  • Page 59 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual To change the RS485 Protocol: 1 From the Setup menu screen, press the ‘ ’ button on the numeric keypad to enter the Peripheral Options screen. The RS485 Protocol screen is displayed: [Setup] RS485 Protocol = NOTIFIER...
  • Page 60 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.4.5 Suspend Comms Limit This function is only selectable if Third Party was selected at the RS485 Protocol screen. A time for suspending the RS485 Third Party Datalink of up to 300 minutes can be set.
  • Page 61 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.4.7 Print Control or Third Party This option is dependent upon the selected RS232 operating mode (see Section 5.5.4.6). If the RS232 port is set to PRINTER, the available ‘Print Control’ options are: a.
  • Page 62 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3 If required, press the ‘ ’ button to select DISABLED. [Setup] Data Link Monitoring = DISABLED > : Change : More < : Exit 4 Press ‘ ’ to exit the Data Link Monitoring screen and return to the Peripheral Options menu screen.
  • Page 63 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual However, if the change was not successful the Use care when entering the PIN following message is displayed: number to avoid a failed PIN You are only allowed change. [Setup] PIN Change failed three attempts at entering a PIN <: Exit code before it is locked out.
  • Page 64 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 10 Use the ‘ ’ pushbutton, select the remaining four GSM Number entry fields, as required, and repeat steps 4 to 9 above. Once all the required numbers have been entered, press ‘...
  • Page 65: Day/Night Settings

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.5 Day/Night Settings The Day/Night Settings menu allows configuration of the following functions: a. Day Mode b. Weekend Night Mode c. Day Mode Start d. Primary Delay Time e. Extend Delay Time f.
  • Page 66 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual [Setup] Day mode activity = DISABLED Enter finish time : _0:00 < : Cancel [Setup] Day mode activity = 08:00 -> 18:00 > : Change 1 : Disable : More < : Exit 5 Press ‘...
  • Page 67 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.5.3 Day Mode Start This option enables the start of the day mode period to be set manually (default) or automatically. Digital Input 1 can be configured for manual activation of day mode (see Section 5.5.3.4).
  • Page 68 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2 Press the ‘ ’ buttons to step through the Day/ Night Settings options until the Primary Delay Time screen is displayed. [Setup] Day mode activity = DISABLED > : Change 1 : Disable : More <...
  • Page 69 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.5.5.5 Heat Det. End Delay The Day Mode function, Delays to outputs, can be cancelled when a heat sensor goes into alarm. To select the Heat Det. End Delay option: Setup] 1: Panel Options 2: Site Details 3: Device Options...
  • Page 70 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 3. Press the ‘ ’ button to toggle this function. [Setup] Day Mode 2 Zone Ends Delay = Yes > : Change : More < : Exit 4 Press ‘ ’ to exit and return to the Setup menu screen.
  • Page 71: Circuit Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6 Circuit Options The Circuit options menu offers the facility to individually auto-configure, manually learn or view the following circuits: a. Signalling Line Circuit - SLC (loop) b. On-Board Output Circuits - including sounder, control and relay circuits.
  • Page 72 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual If no device is found at the selected address, the LCD displays one of the messages below: [Sensor] Snn (xxx) No device learnt [Module] Mnn (xxx) No device learnt A specific address can only be configured if: a.
  • Page 73 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual d. The device text string (see Section 5.8, Text Editing). [Module nn - AAA] 1 : Zone (nn) 2 : Type 3 : CBE Rule (nn) 4 : [ Blank/Existing Text 5.6.1.1 Zone Setting This option is used during manual configuration to assign a specific device to a specific zone.
  • Page 74 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.1.2 Sensor Sensitivity Setting This option allows the sensitivity of sensors to be changed during device configuration. Access is via the Circuit menu. Individual sensor Alarm and/or Day settings can be changed. VIEW Sensors and SMART 4 Multi-Sensors The ID60 Panel supports VIEW...
  • Page 75 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Optiplex/SM2, SMART 3 and 4 Multi-criteria Sensors These sensors require smoke pre-alarm and alarm sensitivity Note: to be set as one of a number of available sensitivity levels. For With newly-learnt multi-criteria Optiplex/SM2 and SM3, the number of levels is dependent on devices the sensitivity setting the panel type (ID50 or ID60) and whether the device is part of a...
  • Page 76 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.1.3 Type Setting Standard input modules in zones 1 to 16 can be assigned The first 30 modules (from to various types as shown below. A Manual Call Point (MCP) lowest address upwards) input has the action of a zone fire alarm ‘Manual Call Point’...
  • Page 77 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.1.4 AUX Action An input device assigned to zones 17 to 32 is treated as The first 30 modules (from a Plant alarm input and given the default type of AUX. lowest address upwards) The auxiliary action specifies which of the following restricted to types MCP, DKM,...
  • Page 78 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.1.5 CBE Rules The CBE Rules option is used during the SLC Loop configuration. It is accessed through the Commissioning Menu. The panel can be configured with up to 64 CBE rules. This option enables modules to be assigned to a CBE Rule.
  • Page 79 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual CBE Rule range on line 1 changes, now starting at ‘6’. The CBE Rule number in the square brackets on line 2 also reflects the changed selection: [Mnn] CBE Rules 06 -------------------------------------------- 29 1: Base [06 +: No ] NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 4 Press the button to move the cursor to the right -...
  • Page 80: Signalling Line Circuit (Slc) - Learn

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual [Blank/Existing Text : Char : Done > : Next < : Previous u1:Delete u3:Insert Note: For further information on changing text, refer to Section 5.8, Zone Texts. 5.6.2 Signalling Line Circuit (SLC) - Learn This option provides automatic recognition of the devices connected to the SLC loop.
  • Page 81 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5 When completed, the LCD displays the number of sensors or modules of each type and the total number. a. CLIP only - the display typically shows the following for sensors: [LEARN] Total 021 (060 + 000) : More <...
  • Page 82 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.2.1 Initialising OPAL Devices OPAL protocol loop devices need programming, or initialising, before the panel can perform a learn operation and permit device polling. Device initilialisation is normally performed as part of a learn operation. However, initialisation can be carried out independently of a learn operation, for example after the replacement of a loop device, as described below.
  • Page 83: On-Board Circuits

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.3 On-Board Circuits This option permits configuration of the On-Board Output Circuits. There are six output circuits as defined in the following table: Output No. Type Description 1 (B01) Fixed Monitored Monitored Sounder (SDR or SDH) or Monitored Control Output Circuit (A) Module (CTL) or Transmission Device (TxD) can be...
  • Page 84 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.6.3.1 Output Type Setting This option allows the configuration of the panel’s on- EN54-2 : 7.8 board output circuits. To change the configuration: Always configure one output as a monitored 1 Press the ‘ ’...
  • Page 85: Control-By-Event Output Rules

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7 Control-By-Event Output Rules This menu allows the configuration and viewing of the 64 Control-By-Event (CBE) Output Rules available to the commissioning engineer. CBE Rules 1 to 7 are pre-defined (see below for further information). Each rule (including those that are pre-defined) can be modified and applied to On-Board Outputs and loop Output Modules (e.g.
  • Page 86 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Thermal Mode rule (ID60 only). This CBE rule activates assigned outputs when the thermal element of multi-criteria CBE nn [THERMAL][ANY] 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 6 devices (OPX/SM2, SM3 and SM4) goes into alarm.
  • Page 87 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual • (D)elay - the zone is included in the CBE Rule. An alarm in this zone will activate outputs after a delay. Not available for Fire rules if Two Zone is selected. Extinguishing System rules default to Delay.
  • Page 88: Output Type

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.1 Output Type Twelve (12) CBE Output Rule types are available. This CAUTION: menu allows the type to be selected. The current This product is not compliant attributes of the selected Rule are displayed and can be 12094-1 12094-1 with EN 12094-1.
  • Page 89: Filter-By-Type

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.2 Filter-by-Type This option is available with the Fire, Fault, Pre-alarm and the Extinguishing System rules. The Filter-by-type option has five selections with Fire and Fault categories: ANY, OTI, AVS, MCP and MON and three with Pre-alarm: ANY, OTI and AVS.
  • Page 90: Evacuation

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.3 Evacuation The Evacuation option has two states, Yes (Y) and No (N). This option is available with the Fire, Pre-Alarm and Device Inputs rules. To change the Evacuation setting: 1 Press the ‘ ’...
  • Page 91: Interrupt Delay

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.5 Interrupt Delay The Interrupt Delay option has two settings, Yes (Y) or EN54-2 : 7.11.d. No (N). This option is only available with the Fire rule. Configured delays MUST be set to interruptable Caution: Selecting ‘No’...
  • Page 92: Two Zone

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.7 Two Zone The Two Zone option has two states, Yes (Y) and No (N). This option is available with the Fire, Pre-Alarm and Plant Warning rules. To change the Two Zone rule setting: 1 Press the ‘...
  • Page 93: Zones

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.8 Zones The Zones option determines the output response when a zone detects an alarm. Each zone can be configured as Yes (Y), No (N), Pulse (P), Coincidence (C) or Delay (D) - see Section 5.7 for definitions of these parameters.
  • Page 94: Device Inputs

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.9 Device Inputs The Device Inputs option is only available if the Device Inputs CBE Rule is selected. This option determines the output response to up to three (3) specified input devices (modules or sensors).
  • Page 95: Soak Timer

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.7.10 Soak Timer The Soak Timer allows the extinguishing output to be CAUTION: activated for a specified time. If enabled, the This product is not compliant extinguishing output is activated for the period specified 12094-1 12094-1 with EN 12094-1.
  • Page 96 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Text Editing Note: The following also applies when editing device and system text. The upper line of the LCD editable text menu displays A position on the LCD with an area of twenty (20) characters. A flashing cursor on a flashing underline the LCD indicates the currently-editable position.
  • Page 97: Access Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.9 Access Options The Access options menu allows the configuration of the following access passcodes: a. Up to ten (10) User passcodes. b. One Commissioning engineer passcode. The Access option is available from the Commissioning menu.
  • Page 98: System Options

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.10 System Options The System menu allows: a. The crystal frequency to be set. b. The existing panel configuration to be cleared. 5.10.1 Crystal Frequency To adjust the Crystal Frequency: 1 Press the ‘ ’...
  • Page 99: Wipe Memory

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 5.10.2 Wipe Memory CAUTION: USE THIS OPTION WITH CARE! ALL CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS WILL BE DELETED! To wipe the panel’s memory, display the System menu and proceed as follows: 1 Using the numeric keypad, press the ‘ ’...
  • Page 100: Appendix 1 - Specification

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Appendix 1 - Specification ID50 Series Panel General: This fire control panel is designed to comply with the requirements of EN 54 Part 2/4. See Section 1.4 CE Marking for further details. In addition to the basic requirements of EN 54-2, the panel may be configured to conform with optional requirements as described in Section 1.5 EN 54 Functions.
  • Page 101 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Controls: Dedicated flush pushbuttons are provided for the following functions: MUTE BUZZER, EXTEND DELAY, END DELAY/EVACUATE, SILENCE/ RESOUND, RESET, Additional pushbuttons for configuration and selection of software functions: KEYS 0..9 10 BUTTON NUMERIC KEYPAD System Capacity: Number of loops: Number of zones:...
  • Page 102 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Fuses: The location of the panel fuses is given here, together with their ratings and their type. a. MF1 Mains Supply T 2A H 250V b. FT1 Transformer secondary T 5A H 250V c.
  • Page 103 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Volt-free Contact (VFC) Output Rating Type: Single-pole change-over Maximum load: Contacts rated 30V 1A Fuse rating: Not applicable Switched -VE Output Rating Output voltage: 16 to 30V Maximum load: 83mA (total for both outputs) Loop Output Output voltage: 22.5 to 26.4V.
  • Page 104 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Configuring Configuration methods: Front panel keypad. Offline using PC Offline Support Tool program. Configuration access: Keypad access is passcode- protected (user-definable) for all configuration. Refer to Sections 4 & 5 of this manual, and to 997-264-000-X ID50 Series Panel Operating Manual, Section 4 for further information.
  • Page 105 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Standard: Prysmian FP200 FLEX Prysmian FP200 GOLD Refer to your supplier for details of other available industry standard fire resisting cables. Listed below are fire rated cables for signalling loops and sounder circuits that met the requirements of previous approval standards: 1.
  • Page 106 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Compatible CLIP Protocol SLC Devices: Sensors Modules CPX-551E Standard Ionisation Sensor M500KACGB Manual Call Point CPX-751E Low Profile Ionisation Sensor M500KACW Weatherproof Manual Call Point FSL-751E VIEW laser-based smoke sensor M500KACEU EU-style Manual Call Point LPX-751 VIEW laser-based smoke sensor (low profile)
  • Page 107: Appendix 2 - Id60 Single Loop Panel Differences

    ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Appendix 2 - ID60 Single Loop Panel Differences The ID60 Panel differs from the ID50 Panel in that it supports Very Intelligent Early Warning (VIEW ) sensors and also supports co-operative multisensing for the following device types: ION, OPT, MLT, OPX/SM2, SM3 and SM4.
  • Page 108 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Non-VIEW Sensor Sensitivity The ID60 panel supports co-operative multi-sensing for CAUTION! sensor types other than VIEW . When configuring ION, Use care when including OPT, MLT, OPX/SM2, SM3 or SM4 sensors a third menu sensors to AWACS groups as option, Group, is displayed with the default group number this may conflict with other...
  • Page 109 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual VIEW Co-operative Multi-sensing Co-operative sensing is carried out automatically between VIEW sensors in the same group and across sensor type. Grouped sensors co-operate within the group providing greater levels of sensitivity with a reduced risk of false alarms.
  • Page 110 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual A2.2 Learning Individual VIEW Sensors When installed on a loop from the ID60 Panel, each VIEW sensor is assigned the Advanced VIEW Sensor (AVS) type by default. This may then be configured as Advanced VIEW Reference (AVR) type.
  • Page 111 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual A2.3 Changing VIEW Sensor Sensitivity The following procedure describes how to configure the sensitivity levels for alarm (alarm and pre-alarm), day (alarm and pre-alarm) and sensor grouping for a VIEW sensor. 1 Follow the procedure in Section A2.2, Learning Individual VIEW Sensors to access the sensor...
  • Page 112 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual AVS Group The AVSGroup option is used to associate a number of either AVS or AVR sensors in up to a maximum of 50 groups, see Section ‘Co-operative Multi-Sensing’. The operation of VIEW sensors assigned to a group is as follows: a.
  • Page 113 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual A2.5 MULTI, Optiplex and SMART Multi-Sensors In addition to MULTI and Optiplex/SM2 Multi-sensors the ID60 panel now supports SMART 3 (SM3) and SMART 4 (SM4) Multi-criteria sensors. All multi-criteria sensors feature photo, thermal and infra-red (IR) sensing capabilities.
  • Page 114 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 2 Using the numeric keypad enter the Access Level 3 passcode. The Sensor Maintenance screen is displayed: [Sn Maint] 1: Display 2: Clear 3: Service 3 Press the ‘ ’ pushbutton on the numeric keypad to display VIEW , MULTI, Optiplex/SM2, SM3 and SM4 sensor maintenance data:...
  • Page 115 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual 8 Using the numeric keypad press ‘ ’ to select the Service option. If configured, the next system service date is displayed: SYSTEM SERVICE DUE day nn/nn/nnnn < : Exit 9 Press the ‘ ’...
  • Page 116 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Appendix 3 Fault Messages - Possible Causes & Remedies Loop Wiring Installation LOOP OPEN CIRCUIT - the loop wiring has a disconnection. Action: Check the loop wiring connections at the panel. If these are good and the problem persists, disconnect the loop wiring and short out the outgoing and incoming (+ve to +ve and -ve to -ve) connectors.
  • Page 117 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual SENSOR AT ADDRESS ZERO - A sensor has been installed without setting a valid address, i.e. left at factory default of ‘00’. Action: Change to valid address. MODULE AT ADDRESS ZERO - A module has been installed without setting a valid address, i.e.
  • Page 118 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual BATTERY WIRING FAULT - the impedance of the battery wiring is too high. Action: Check the battery wiring connections. Processor Faults CPU RESTART - The control panel has been reset either by a complete removal of power to the panel, pressing the reset button on the base board or automatically by the on-board watchdog program.
  • Page 119 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual IR SELF TEST FAILURE - The Infra-red (IR) cell in a SMART 3 or SMART 4 mult-criteria sensor has failed an internal test. Action: Replace sensor. THERMISTOR TROUBLE - The temperature sensor in a heat or multi-criteria sensor has a fault.
  • Page 120 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Appendix 4 EN54-2- Options with Requirements In addition to satisfying the requirements of EN54-2 Options with Requirements, the table below defines whether the CIE is configurable in accordance with the mandatory or optional requirements of VdS 2540. EN54-2 Description VdS 2540...
  • Page 121 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Total Loss of Power Supply This is an optional VdS 2540 requirement. The CIE does not allow this EN54-2 option to be configured. Delays to Outputs This is an optional VdS 2540 requirement. The CIE allows this EN54-2 option to be configured.
  • Page 122 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual A12 Fire Alarm Device(s) This is also a VdS 2540 requirement. To satisfy the requirements of EN54-2 7.8 the CIE is provided with the required access level 2 controls. Refer to Section 4.5 SILENCE / RESOUND Pushbutton of the ID50 Operating Manual for more details.
  • Page 123 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual A18 Fault Warning Routing Equipment This is also a VdS 2540 requirement. The CIE allows this EN54-2 option to be configured. The CIE may be configured to provide a fault signal to external equipment, such as a fault transmission router, using a M710-CZ module.
  • Page 124 ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual Appendix 5 Configuration of Fault Routing Output Using a Zone Module A monitored fault routing output can be set up using a sounder output configured as a fault relay output, an input module (M710-CZ) and an RTU01 Routing Termination Unit.
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