Drawing No. 315-085585 (Coast Guard Sys- developed as a flexible, wide range fire detection tem 3 Specification) is considered a part of and control system. System 3 uses a modular this manual (See print in Appendix, page 30). concept: Only those functions desired in each In addition, the typical internal module to system are built into that system.
Section I — Introduction WIRE LIST DWG E 315-085585 9-20 Sheet TYPICAL LARGE SYSTEM Name Job No. Module Space EK - CP - PS - JP - JS - BM - No. of BP - 30 FROM FROM FROM CP-36 C3-1 B5-7 D3-36...
Section I — Introduction WIRE LIST DWG E 315-085585 9-20 Sheet TYPICAL SMALL SYSTEM Name Job No. Module Space EK - CP - PS - JP - JS - JS - BM - No. of BP - 30 FROM FROM FROM CP-41 BB-5...
The 35 Control Panel. The Model PTR-1 Power calculations can be done on the Power Transfer Relay from Siemens Industry, Inc. Calculation Sheet (page 24) and the Battery has been designed for this purpose and is Curves shown on pages 26 and 27. Another US Coast Guard approved.
VAC, 60 or 50 Hz and supplies 24 VDC to source. The meters are not required when all modules in the System 3 Control Panel. battery power is a third power source. (See (See Spec Sheet Catalog No. 3061 for Spec Sheet Catalog No.
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions ZU-35TS ZONE MODULE RC-30U CONFIRMATION MODULE This module includes two detection zones This module is designed to reduce unwanted with alarm and trouble LEDs, test switches, alarms from the momentary presence of and output terminals to activate other products of combustion —...
(time in or time out) This module is designed to be installed with with field adjustment possible between 1 other modules in the System 3 Control Panel. second and 10 minutes. (See Spec Sheet The AD-30S is a supervised annunciator driver Catalog No.
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions 3. ENCLOSURES EA-32, EA-33, and EA-35 ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR COAST GUARD MOUNTING KIT VIK-1 The selection of the required number of modules for a given system determines the necessary 1. On the Table on page 9 locate the enclosure size.
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions #1/4-20 SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW 3/4" LONG #1/4 FLAT WASHER #1/4 INTERNAL LOCKWASHER (USE FLAT WASHERS UNDER HEAD TO MEET MAX 2 THREAD REQUIREMENT) BULK HEAD 2 THREADS VIBRATION ISOLATOR 2 THREADS Note: The VIK-1 Kit can only be used #1/4-20 SOCKET HEAD CAP on bulkheads with a thickness...
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions INSTALLING THE CGFK-1 FILTER KIT 1. Using the bracket as a template, hold the bracket up against the upper right-hand side of the enclosure, close to where the PS-35 is mounted. (Refer to Figure 3-Mounting.) 2.
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions 4. REMOTE ANNUNCIATION RL REMOTE ALARM LAMPS SERIES RLP REMOTE LAMP PANELS SERIES This series of remote alarm lamps was The RLP-4, -8, and -12, with 4, 8, and 12 designed to offer fast and convenient lamps, respectively, serve the same purpose identification of any detectors that release as the individual remote alarm lamps, except...
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions SUMMARY OF AUDIBLE ALARMS* Model Min. dB Current Normal Limit Model Min. dB Current Normal Limit Number Level@10 Ft. Draw@24VDC Per Circuit Number Level@10 Ft. Draw@24VDC Per Circuit BT-F 84.4 288mA U-MMT(-W) Horn 80.4 53mA BT-SS...
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions 6. INITIATING DEVICES— AUTOMATIC DI-3 DT-140/190 EP Ion detector— limit of thirty per zone. (See This explosionproof thermal detector has a Spec Sheet Catalog No. 6119.) rate compensated principle available in either a 140° F and 190° F setting. It should be used in hazardous areas requiring Dl-3IS explosionproof devices.
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions 6.1 BASE SEAL for DB-3S or DB-11 BASE Use the DB-Seal with a DB-3S base or the DB-11 Seal with a DB-11 base to prevent moisture from condensing and collecting on the rear of the detector used. This moisture can occur when units experi- ence different temperatures or humidity conditions.
Section III — Equipment Descriptions and Functions 7. INITIATING DEVICES — MANUAL MS-51/501 MSM Series Manual fire alarm station. Manual stations are The MSM Series manual stations feature a recommended for use with automatic fire rugged diecast metal housing that satisfies detectors.
SECTION IV CONTROL PANEL CONFIGURATION After the type and quantity of modules battery backup is to be included, the BC-35 required to satisfy a given system are battery charger module must always be determined, the arrangement of the mod- placed to the right side of the second row. ules in the enclosure(s) should be planned.
SECTION V DETECTOR APPLICATION AND SPACING 1. SMOKE DETECTORS 1.1 DESCRIPTION AND FUNCTION 1.3 APPLICATION LIMITATIONS Smoke detector is the generic name given 1.3.1 On ceiling heights below 8 feet, the to either ionization type or photoelectric type possibility of unintentional alarms from detectors.
Section V — Detector Application and Spacing 3. PLANNING A FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM When planning a fire detection system, make Photoelectric smoke detectors are best a choice of detector based on the kinds of used in places where wire insulation or fires expected.
Section V — Detector Application and Spacing 3.1 DETECTOR APPLICATION In view of the problems that can be expected with the misapplication and location of detection devices aboard ship, the guidelines below should be followed when designing systems. These tables list situations where the use of smoke detectors, ionization and photoelectric should be avoided.
Section V — Detector Application and Spacing Areas to be Protected Monitoring Machinery Spaces Because of the irregular shape of most — ACCOMMODATION SPACES (ION, machinery spaces and the strong air PHOTO) currents present, the number and type of Halls, dining rooms, lounges, and other detectors used cannot be based on the areas of this type with permanent walls, area protected, as is in the common...
Section V — Detector Application and Spacing 4. DETECTOR INSTALLATION protected area. For this reason, smoke After the most suitable detector for the job is selected, the location of the detector detectors are not assigned a listed spacing by the testing laboratories other than a within the space to be protected should be considered.
For more detailed troubleshooting and maintenance information, refer to the The System 3 Control Panel from Siemens System 3 Installation and Maintenance Industry, Inc. incorporates automatic Manual, P/N 315-085063. For service supervision of any open circuit or ground assistance, call the Siemens Industry, Inc.
1. POWER CALCULATION SHEET The Power Calculation Sheet on the following page lists the supervisory and alarm current requirements of the System 3 equipment and modules and can be used to determine the power needs of a specific system configuration.
The US Coast Guard requires that two Batteries of 28 AH are also compatible with sources of power be available to the smoke System 3 systems, Model No. BTX-1. (See detection system. Usually this will be the main Spec Sheet Catalog No. 3361.) and standby generators.
Section VI — Power Calculations CHART A 5 AH Rated Capacity at 20 Hour Rate Allowable Supervisory and Alarm Currents For Standby Periods of 18 Hours and 36 Hours Alarm Duration 5 Minutes Alarm Current (Amps) CHART B 10 AH Rated Capacity at 20 Hour Rate Allowable Supervisory and Alarm Currents For Standby Periods of 18 Hours and 36 Hours Alarm Duration 5 Minutes...
Section VI — Power Calculations CHART C 28 AH Rated Capacity at 20 Hour Rate Allowable Supervisory and Alarm Currents For Standby Periods of 18 Hours and 36 Hours Alarm Duration 5 Minutes Alarm Current (Amps)
Section VI — Power Calculations 4. DETERMINING BATTERY SIZE NECESSARY FOR BACKUP POWER a. Select the graph on Charts A, B, or C c. Mark the needed alarm current on the X-axis that seems most appropriate for the and draw a line parallel to the Y-axis between system configuration.
US Coast Guard Approved Equipment List (Cert No:161.002/17/8) System 3™ Marine Fire Detection System 1. System 3™ Control Panel/Enclosures 2. System 3™ System Modules 3. System 3™ Accessories 4. System 3™ Notification Appliances/Devices 5. System 3™ Conventional Initiating Devices/Bases 6. System Configurations 7.
1. System 3™ Control Panel/Enclosures Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No. ED-32DPSM 500-686192 Marine Mounting Kit (4 Shock) 3325 ED-33DPSM 500-686193 Marine Mounting Kit (6 Shock) 3325 ED-35DPSM 500-686194 Marine Mounting Kit (10 Shock) 3325 2. System 3™ System Modules Model No.
4. System 3™ Notification Appliances/Devices Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No. BT-F 500-694372 Bell 2537 BT-SS 500-694387 Bell 2537 500-696872 Dual Synchronization Control Module 2553 DSC-W 500-696873 Dual Synchronization Control Module - White 2553 500-694493 F-Series Extension Ring 2511...
4. System 3™ Notification Appliances/Devices (Cont.) Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No. U-MH-MCS 500-699711 Steady Tone Mini-Horn w/Adapter Strobe 2552 U-MH-MCS-W 500-699712 Steady Tone Mini-Horn w/Adapter Strobe-White 2552 U-MH-1G 500-696556 Steady Tone Mini-Horn 1Gang Mount 2552 U-MH-1G-W 500-696557 Steady Tone Mini-Horn 1 Gang Mount...
5. System 3™ Conv. Initiating Devices/Bases (Cont.) Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No. DT-140EP 500-688976 Rate Comp./Fixed Temp 140° Expl. Proof 6127 DT-190EP 500-688978 Rate Comp./Fixed Temp 190° Expl. Proof 6127 ** Other Temp Require Special Order ** EAD-3...
Typical Small System 3™ Control Panel System Configurations This small cruise ship requires six zones to cover the accommodation spaces. The low deck heights of 7 feet 3 inches increases the possibility of smoke detectors alarming to tobacco smoke. The use of the RC-30U...
7. Previously Listed Equipment Model No. Part No. Description Catalog No. ZB-35 500-890065 Linear beam Module 3110 EL-32 500-621297 EOL Device BACW-6 500-688442 Polarized Bell 6" 120 VAC 2515 BACW-10 500-688443 Polarized Bell 10" 120 VAC 2515 MBDC-6 500-688448 6" 24 VDC Motor Bell 2513 MBDC-10 500-688449...