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  • Page 1 ID3000 installation & commissioning manual 997-274-000-6, Issue 6 September 2009...
  • Page 2 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual The ID3000 Series Range of Fire Control Panels FIRE FAULT FIRE FAULT FIRE FIRE ZONE FAULT FAULT ZONE FIRE ZONE FAULT ZONE FIRE ZONE FAULT ZONE FIRE ZONE FAULT ZONE 997-274-000-6, Issue 6 September 2009...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Contents The following markings are used either on panel hardware documentation. They have the following meaning: Introduction CE Marking System Design and Planning Personnel WARNING: Risk of electric shock. Before General working on mains connections, ensure Date-dependent Functions mains power supply to the panel is disconnected.
  • Page 4 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Sensors and Modules EN54 Requirements 4.1.1 Loop Devices - Sensors and MCPs 4.1.2 Loop Devices - Isolators Loop Wiring Testing Panel Electronics Modules Introduction Kit PSU3A 5.2.1 Procedure Dual Transmission Path/Booster Module 5.3.1 Procedure Main Chassis 5.4.1 Main Chassis Configurations 5.4.2 Procedure...
  • Page 5 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Powering the Panel External Wiring 7.4.1 Introduction 7.4.2 Loop Checks Before Connecting Wiring 46 7.4.3 Connecting the Loop Wiring to the Panel 47 7.4.4 Loop Checks After Connecting Wiring 47 7.4.5 24V Auxiliary Outputs Check 7.4.6 Sounder Circuits Check 7.4.7 Fault Relay Wiring Batteries...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with all recommended procedure descriptions and full technical details for the successful installation and commissioning of HONEYWELL’s XLS80e Series stand-alone fire alarm controllers and repeaters, or for a complete XLS80e Series integrated Fire Control System.
  • Page 7: Personnel

    1.4 General The XLS80e Series of intelligent fire alarm controllers are designed for use with HONEYWELL’s range of addressable analogue sensors, control and monitoring modules and addressable call points. The XLS80e Series control panel design complies with the requirements of EN54 Part 2 and Part 4.
  • Page 8: Installation Guide

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Installation Guide 2.1 How to Use this Guide This Installation Guide is intended to provide you with simple guidelines on how to install an ID3000 Series fire control panel or system, quickly and safely. For each stage in the ID3000 Series panel installation and commissioning procedures a brief description is given of its purpose, complete with detail drawings, flow...
  • Page 9: Glossary Of Icons

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.1.4 Glossary of Icons Throughout this Installation and Commissioning Manual and other supplied user documentation a number of simple icons are used, either on their own or together with larger illustrations, to simplify a particular task or process.
  • Page 10: Pre-Installation Check List

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.2 Pre-installation Check List Before installing the ID3000 equipment or fitting sensors, you must first ensure that the following criteria have been met. Failure to do this may not only result in damage to the equipment, but may also cause problems when commissioning the equipment or adversely affect its performance.
  • Page 11: Transient Protection

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual f. DO NOT site the panel where there would be restricted access to the internal equipment and cabling/wiring connections. 2.3 Transient Protection This equipment contains transient-protection devices. Although no system is completely immune from lightning transients and interference, for these devices to function correctly, and to reduce susceptibility, this equipment must be earthed correctly.
  • Page 12: Installation

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.4 Installation The ID3000 Series of modular fire control panels are relatively simple to install providing the recommended procedures described in this Installation Guide are followed. To avoid damage to the control panel ensure that Follow all installation instructions described in this you follow these manual.
  • Page 13: What To Do If Your Module Is Damaged

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.4.2 What to do if Your Module 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.
  • Page 14: Back Box Fixing

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.4.3 Back Box Fixing The ID3000 Series control panel back boxes are available 122mm deep and 220mm (external dimensions including fixing dimples). Where required, the deeper back boxes allow the fitting of high-capacity-rated batteries as defined in Section 7.5 Batteries and internally-mounted PSUs other than the 3A-rated version.
  • Page 15: Electronics Modules

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2 Using a suitable-sized drilling bit - for holes to take up to 6mm (No.12-sized) wood screws - drill the required DO NOT use the back number of holes. box as a guide when drilling.
  • Page 16: Replacing The Electronics Modules

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual This procedure MUST be followed: 1 Fit the DTP or PSU to the main chassis - refer to the To avoid damage to the appropriate sub-section of Section 5 for details. electronics, remove trades’ 2 Fit the main chassis to the back box - refer to Section 5.3 operation debris before for details.
  • Page 17: Moulded Front Covers

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.7 Moulded Front Covers The ID3000 Series control panel is supplied with one, two or three moulded front covers, depending upon your panel configuration. Two moulded cover types are available; the main and extension. All panel sizes require a main cover kit (PN: 020-480).
  • Page 18 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2 Prior to fitting the cover, if a printer is installed ensure that you have allowed a sufficient length of printer paper to be pulled through the cover aperture. ) i ( 3 Fit the appropriate plate over the printer paper exit ) i i aperture.
  • Page 19: Cabling

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Cabling WARNING Risk of electric shock. Before working on 3.1 Cabling Instructions mains connections, ensure mains power supply to the All wiring should comply with current IEE wiring panel is disconnected. regulations (BS7671) or the applicable local wiring regulations.
  • Page 20: Cable Terminations

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 3.1.1 Cable Terminations This section provides guidance on where to bring cables into the back box for ease of termination. Ensure the following requirements are met: a. If the power supply unit (PSU) is mounted in the back box, 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 21: Cable Installation Notes

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 3.2 Cable 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 22: Emc Considerations

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning 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 23: Sensors And Modules

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Sensors and Modules Each of these devices is packaged with an instruction leaflet showing the correct interconnections for various applications. 4.1 EN54 Requirements The ID3000 Series Control Panel design allows for the connection of up to 198 loop devices per analogue loop; i.e.
  • Page 24: Panel Electronics Modules

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Panel Electronics Modules 5.1 Introduction This section describes how to install the ID3000 Series panel electronics, i.e. the Power Supply Unit (PSU) and the main chassis, which contains all processing PCBs To avoid damage to the and the optional PRN-ID printer.
  • Page 25: Kit Psu3A

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.2 Kit PSU3A The Kit PSU3A module is very easy to fit to the main chassis, providing the instructions described below are followed. The PSU is located in an open, rear compartment of the main chassis and MUST be fitted before installing the main chassis in the back box.
  • Page 26 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.2.1.1 Main Chassis Wiring Connections 3 Connect the 10-way ribbon cable (G) and the power cable (H) to the PSU3A. The power cable connects at two positions, as shown. T E M 4 Ease the connectors of these cables and the ferrite through the aperture (I) in the main chassis.
  • Page 27 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.2.1.2 Mains and Safety Earth Wiring Connections WARNING: Before proceeding, refer to the cabling WARNING! instructions given in Section 3.1. Isolate Isolate mains power mains power. Note that fuse information is before proceeding. given in Appendix 1 Section 1.2. TRANSIT CABLE CLIP: Before proceeding, CAREFULLY cut the cable clip that secures the ferrite cable loop to the front of the back box.
  • Page 28: Dual Transmission Path/Booster Module

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.3 Dual Transmission Path/Booster Module The Dual Transmission Path (DTP)/Booster module is very easy to fit to the main chassis, providing the instructions described below are followed. The DTP/Booster module is located in an open, rear compartment of the main chassis and MUST be fitted before installing the main chassis in the back box.
  • Page 29 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual The illustration at left shows the DTP/Booster module correctly located in the main chassis. 5.3.1.1 Main Chassis Wiring Connections Once the DTP/Booster module is fitted to the main chassis, the two wiring assemblies that are held by the grommet should now be terminated on the Base PCB connection sockets as follows: a.
  • Page 30: Main Chassis

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.4 Main Chassis The ID3000 Series control panel main chassis provides DO NOT fit the main the following features: chassis in the back box a. System control and monitoring function PCBs until the PSU and/or DTP/ Booster Module has been b.
  • Page 31: Zonal Led & Printer Options

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.5 Zonal LED & Printer Options The section describes the procedures for fitting zonal LED modules and the integral PRN-ID printer. One or two extension chassis are required to provide the zonal LEDs required with or without the integral printer. The following options are described in this section: a.
  • Page 32: Prn-Id Printer

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7 Having made the connections described in steps 5 and 6 above, use a Posidriv No.2 screwdriver to secure the extension chassis. 5.5.2 PRN-ID Printer The printer is supplied one of two ways: a. For panels with up to 64 or 128 zonal LEDs, the printer first has to be fitted to the extension chassis (refer to installation instructions 997-452, supplied with the printer) and then the combined assembly secured to...
  • Page 33 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5 To re-align the paper exit path: Locate the paper release control (Q) immediately to the left of the paper exit slot and pull the top lug outwards and down through approximately 90 . With the lug in this position the paper alignment can now be adjusted.
  • Page 34: Leds For Up To 256 Zones

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.5.3 LEDs for up to 256 Zones Where up to 256 zonal LEDs are required a kit is supplied for use with the double-extended back box only. The two Double-extension Chassis 256-Zone Status Kits contain the following items: a.
  • Page 35 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.5.3.1 Earthing the Front Cover The earth lead (E) must be connected to the back box prior to fitting the upper extension chassis (F) as follows: 1 Connect one end of the earth lead (E) to the blade terminal located on the right-hand side of the back box (not shown).
  • Page 36: Display Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.6 Display PCB The Display PCB is located on the inner face of the main WARNING - chassis door. In the unlikely event that the Display PCB Disconnect power becomes faulty and needs to be replaced, the front door from the ID3000 and assembly, supplied as part of a kit (PN: 020-571-XXX) remove batteries...
  • Page 37: Base Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.7 Base PCB The ID3000 Series Base PCB is located on the rear face WARNING - of the main chassis PCB enclosure. In the unlikely event Disconnect power that the Base PCB becomes faulty and needs to be from the ID3000 replaced a replacement kit (PN: 020-568) is available.
  • Page 38: Fitting The Replacement Base Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.7.1 Fitting the Replacement Base PCB 10 Taking suitable anti-static precautions and with the replacement Base PCB orientated correctly, offer it to the main chassis PCB enclosure. With the locating holes on the PCB lined up with the hank-bush studs, guide the Base PCB into position.
  • Page 39: Processor Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.8 Processor PCB Make sure you have a PC The ID3000 Series Processor PCB controls and monitors back-up of the current all ID3000 Series Control Panel processing functions. configuration data. The Processor PCB is electrically connected to the Display PCB and the Base PCB.
  • Page 40: Loop Interface Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.9 Loop Interface PCB The Loop Interface PCB (PN: 124-323) provides two Make sure you have additional fire detection device loops. The Loop Interface PCB a PC back-up of the is located within the main chassis PCB enclosure, adjacent current to the Base PCB.
  • Page 41: Enhanced Loop Interface Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.10 Enhanced Loop Interface PCB The Enhanced Loop Interface PCB (PN: 124-292) provides Make sure you have two additional fire detection device loops. The Enhanced Loop a PC back-up of the Interface PCB is located within the main chassis PCB enclosure, current adjacent to the Base PCB.
  • Page 42: Cables And Wiring

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.10.1 Cables and Wiring 8 Make the following cable and wiring connections to the Enhanced Loop Interface PCB: Ribbon cable from socket SK2 to Base PCB socket connector (see step 3). ii Loop cable terminations at sockets SK3 and SK1. 997-274-000-6, Issue 6 September 2009...
  • Page 43: Isolated Rs232 Interface Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.11 Isolated RS232 Interface PCB Make sure you have The ID3000 Series Isolated RS232 Interface PCB a PC back-up of the (PN: 124-300) enables connection of the ID3000 Series Fire Control Panel to an external printer, terminal or third- current party-protocol station.
  • Page 44: Cables And Wiring

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.11.1 Cables and Wiring 9 Make the following wiring connections to the Isolated RS232 Interface PCB: i. Ribbon cable at socket SK2 from the Base PCB socket SK2 or SK3. CAUTION: This RS232 port is intended for connection to external equipment such as a printer, terminal or 3rd-party protocol equipment.
  • Page 45: Isolated Rs485 Interface Pcb

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.12 Isolated RS485 Interface PCB The ID3000 Series Isolated RS485 Interface PCB Make sure you have (PN: 124-247) enables the ID3000 Series Fire Control Panel a PC back-up of the to be networked to other ID3000 Series control panels (via current Master/Slave network) or the connection of ID3000 Series configuration data...
  • Page 46: Label Inserts

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.13 Label Inserts Four label inserts are supplied in the packaging that contains the manuals. These inserts must be slid into the appropriate slots in the panel as follows: 1 Making sure that the text (see note below) is the correct way up and that it is facing forwards, slide the upper buttons label insert into the slot beside the pushbuttons.
  • Page 47: Repeaters And Master/Slave Network

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Repeaters and Master/Slave Network EN54-2: 12.5 Integrity of An ID3000 Series Master/Slave network comprises a transmission paths. master panel and up to a maximum of thirty one other The Master/Slave network network stations, consisting of slave panels and/or does not provide the repeaters, communicating via an RS485 serial data link.
  • Page 48: Master/Slave Network Connections

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 6.2 Master/Slave Network Connections The Master/Slave Network master and slave panels use RS485 signalling to communicate with each other and with the repeaters. The Network master panel, slave panels and repeaters must be connected in a ‘daisy chain’ arrangement.
  • Page 49: Commissioning

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Commissioning 7.1 Introduction To bring the panel into an operational state ready for configuration, follow the steps detailed below. Information on how to configure the panel is given in the ID3000 Series Panel Configuration Manual (ref. 997-506-XXX). The ID3000 Series panels provide comprehensive fault monitoring and diagnostic routines which will prove very useful during commissioning of the system.
  • Page 50: Powering The Panel

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7.3 Powering the Panel 1 Connecting power, ALL front panel LED indicators should be extinguished with the exception of the green ‘POWER’ LED. 2 View the liquid crystal display. It should momentarily NOTIFIER ID3000 version n.nna Intelligent Fire Detection System display the start-up message ‘NOTIFIER ID3000...
  • Page 51: Loop Checks Before Connecting Wiring

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7.4.2 Loop Checks Before Connecting Wiring Typical connections of analogue addressable devices to a loop are shown below. 997-274-000-6, Issue 6 September 2009...
  • Page 52: Connecting The Loop Wiring To The Panel

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual For checking the loop wiring, do the following: 1 Link out any isolators on the loop by temporarily shorting terminals 2 and 4 on each isolator. The following tests should then be carried out using a multimeter.
  • Page 53: Auxiliary Outputs Check

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7.4.5 24V Auxiliary Outputs Check There are two monitored 24V Auxiliary Outputs. Before connecting any circuit to either of these outputs check that: a. The external wiring is not short circuit. b. There are no forward-biased diodes (as used for example with end-of line power monitoring relays) connected across the external wiring.
  • Page 54 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7.4.6.2 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. short- and open-circuit b.
  • Page 55: Batteries

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7.5 Batteries Back Box Size Yuasa The ID3000 Series control panel is designed for optimum Standard back box 12Ah performance when used with either the Yuasa-NP range Extended/double of backup batteries. The panel back boxes have space extended back box 17Ah provision for two 12V batteries;...
  • Page 56: Battery Disposal

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual charging the test is suspended for a period of 12 hours and re-applied. If the batteries have not reached the required minimum voltage the warning is displayed to indicate that the batteries may need replacing. 5 Reset the panel and check that the status returns to ‘NORMAL’.
  • Page 57: Volt-Free Contact Output Option

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 7.7 Volt-free Contact Output Option OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 Two ID3000 Series control panel sounder circuits, i.e. sounder circuits 3 and 4, can be configured to provide a volt-free, normally-open or normally-closed contact. OUT 3 OUT 4 For either sounder circuit, the configuration changes are...
  • Page 58: Maintenance

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Maintenance Create a logbook in accordance with the recommendations of EN54 Part 14. A logbook page layout, based on these guidelines and showing the typical information required to be entered, is provided in the ID3000 Series Operating Manual (997-505-XXX) Appendix 1.
  • Page 59: Appendix 1 - Fault Messages

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Appendix 1 FAULT MESSAGES AND MEANINGS 1.1 Fault Messages - Possible Causes & Remedies 1.1.1 Loop Faults Loop Card Hardware System Fault 1 - Loop-CPU Fault Driver Fault Panel Fault 5 - Power Restart System Fault 29 - LIB ROM Checksum These fault messages indicate a loop PCB failure.
  • Page 60 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Signal Degraded Data returned from a loop device is being corrupted over a period of time. Action - Check: a. The continuity of loop screens. b. The screen is connected to earth at one point only (normally at the panel).
  • Page 61 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 1.1.4 Processor Faults System Fault 40 - Main CPU Watchdog Operated System Fault 41 - EPROM Memory Checksum System Fault 42 - E2PROM Memory Write Error System Fault 43 - FLASH Memory Checksum System Fault 45 - FLASH Memory Write Error System Fault 46 - Software error Panel Fault 49 - CPU Watchdog timer fault...
  • Page 62 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 1.1.6 Printer Faults Printer Fault Internal printer only. This fault may be an indication of a paper jam or malfunction, no paper, or the printer may be disconnected. Note: The printer operation is only monitored if the printer was functional at the last power-on.
  • Page 63 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 1.1.8 Other Faults Earth Fault The earth fault monitor detects the presence of an earth on the positive or negative sides of the system. Should this condition occur, disconnect the field circuit wiring one cable at a time and view the LED at the top right of the Base PCB;...
  • Page 64: Appendix 2 - Specifications

    ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Appendix 2 - Specifications ID3000 Series Panel Range General: The Fire Control Panel meets the requirements of EN 54-2/4. See Section 1.1 CE Marking for further details. Mechanical: Construction: Sheet steel enclosure with panel main components supplied as separate build modules.
  • Page 65 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Environmental: Climatic classification: 3K5, (IEC 721-2-3) Operating temperature: -5° C to +45° C, (+5° C to +35° C recommended) Humidity: 5% to 95% R.H. Height above sea level: Maximum, 2000m Panel sealing: IP 30, (EN 60529) Vibration: EN 60068-2-6, 10-150Hz at 0.981ms...
  • Page 66 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual System Capacity: Number of loops: Up to 8 depending upon configuration options. Number of zones: Up to 255 per panel. Devices per loop: 99 sensors + 99 modules or 99 sensors + combination of up to 99 modules/sounders within strict limits.
  • Page 67 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Batteries: Internal batteries: Two 12V, 12 - 38Ah sealed, lead-acid types MUST be used. Their lifetime depends ambient temperature; refer to the battery manufacturer’s technical specification for guidance. (Refer to PSU specification for charger limitations). Maximum battery ratings: Back Box &...
  • Page 68 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 24 Volt DC Auxiliary Output Rating Output voltage range: 26 to 28 V * Total system load is limited by the Maximum load: Refer to Appendix 3, ID3000 available PSU output. Appendix 3, or the System Design Guide, or the Notifier Loop and Battery Calculator Notifier Loop and Battery Calculator...
  • Page 69 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Appendix 3 ID3000 System Design Guide Sounder Circuits Use AT LEAST TWO sounder circuits to It is recommended that at least two separate sounder circuits are used, to ensure that some sounders do sound if one guard against failure.
  • Page 70 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Loop Devices Supported The following devices are supported: Multi-criteria sensor: Monitor Modules: IRX-751CTEM (SMART 4) M710 (MON,single) IRX-751TEM (SMART 3) Other sensors: M720 (MON, dual) a. CPX-551E (ION) M721 (Dual I/P, single relay O/P) b.
  • Page 71 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Recommended Cables All cables connected to the fire alarm control panel must be fire resistant cables. Shielded cable must be used for signalling loops and sounder circuits. The drain earth wire should be connected to a suitable earth bonding point at both ends of the cable.
  • Page 72 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Appendix 4 net Intelligent Digital Delivery Network Introduction The ID net (Intelligent Digital Delivery network) designed by NOTIFIER Fire Systems, is an EN54-compliant, peer-to-peer network which provides a flexible and cost-effective solution for small, medium or large fire detection systems. A number of advantages are offered over ‘master/slave’...
  • Page 73 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Functional Description The peer-to-peer architecture is based on the ARCNET ® protocol which is ideally suited to fire detection control applications. Fundamentally, all network messaging is under the control of ARCNET’s proprietary Invitation- to-Transmit (ITT) or ‘token-passing’ protocol. The token-passing method facilitates fast and predictable network message transmission times.
  • Page 74 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 2.1 Network Topology Fire control panels MUST be networked as a complete and continuous loop. A typical arrangement is illustrated at left. Each ID net Network Gateway Module (NGM) (Kit PN: 020-647) can be used with any of the following network cable options: a.
  • Page 75 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Installation One ID net Network Gateway Module (NGM) is required for each fire control panel. Installation instructions are provided with it. The manual provides all necessary ID net configuration instructions. Connection of conventional, copper-conductor cables are made at this PCB. If optical-fibre cables are to be used, an interface PCB is required which is fitted adjacent to the NGM PCB and connects to it via a short ribbon...
  • Page 76 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 3.2 Earth Fault Detection Each NGM PCB is fitted with two jumper links, EF1 and EF2, to enable or disable earth fault monitoring (copper-conductor cables only) on each inter-node link. EF1 is used with the network link through connector J1.
  • Page 77 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual d. Use screened cables to comply with the EMC requirements and reduce the possibility of external interference. The following table lists cables tested and maximum distances achieved: Cable Type Recommended Max. Test Operating Distance (m) Distance (m) Prysmian* FP200 Flex 1.5mm 1000 Draka Firetuf FDZ2ER (1.5mm...
  • Page 78 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Trouble Shooting Guide 4.1 Fault Messages - Possible Causes and Remedies When configuring the ID net network you may be alerted at the panel by one or more of the following hardware or system fault messages. A list of possible fault messages with a brief description of what action may be needed is provided below:...
  • Page 79 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Check that the appropriate jumper link is fitted; this is dependent upon the connection medium used for the link, i.e. copper-conductor cable or optical fibre. Refer to the NGM PCB instruction sheet (ref: 997-449-000-X) for correct jumper link setting.
  • Page 80 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual Hardware Tests Important Information: Tests Some of the tests will cause disturbance to the 5.1 Wiring Reversal Check network communications. In some cases the fire Check the wiring for correct polarity. If the wiring cover may be compromised.
  • Page 81 ID3000 Series Installation & Commissioning Manual 5.3 NGM PCB LEDs Check Note: Refer to the NGM Support Tool manual LED 1 997-547 for further information about LED 2 LED 3 these LEDs. LED 4 LED 5 5.3.1 Software Running LED 6 LED 7 LED 8 should flash approximately 2 times per LED 8...
  • Page 82 Charles Avenue T: +44 (0) 1444 230 300 Burgess Hill F: +44 (0) 1444 230 888 W. Sussex E: sales@notifierfiresystems.co.uk RH15 9UF www.notifierfiresystems.co.uk local distributor Quality Systems Certificate No. 154 Assessed to ISO9001 Every care has been taken in the preparation of this document but no liability can be accepted for the use of the information therein. Design features may be changed or amended without prior notice.