ID50 Series Panel - Installation, Commissioning & Configuration Manual
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ID50 FIRE CONTROL PANEL
Complies with EN54-2/4 1997
Period of Manufacture 1999
POWER SUPPLY FAULT
FIRE OUTPUT: FAULT / DISABLED
FIRE OUTPUT ACTIVE
SOUNDER: FAULT / DISABLED
FIRE CONTROL O/P: FAULT / DISABLED
997-263-000-11, Issue 11
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. Configuration using the PC Support Tool (refer to
b. Upgrading the Panel Software (refer to 997-415, ID50
Before starting any of the above operations ensure
suitable anti-static precautions have been taken.
The RS232 connector has the following pin out:
A Data Transfer Lead (PN: 082-173) is required. Jumpers
must be removed as follows:
1 Remove the cover (refer to Section 2.5.1, Removing
2 Remove the Jumper Links J19 (earth fault monitoring)
Note: Refer to Section 4.3.1 Jumper Link Options/
3 Fit the Data Transfer Lead to the RS232 Interface
4 Perform required operation.
5 After satisfactory completion disconnect the lead and
997-405, ID50 Series Panel - Offline Configuration
Series Panel - Upgrading Instructions).
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
Receive (RX) Data
Transmit (TX) Data
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Data Set Ready (DSR)
Request To Send (RTS)
Clear To Send (CTS)
Note: Pin numbers marked thus '*' are the only
required connections. Any others fitted will
the cover) to access the panel electronics.
and J9 (configuration memory lock).
Earth Fault Monitoring (J19) when connecting
third-party equipment to the panel.
then fit the jumpers.