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Fire detection system
Mounting
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IP6
A6V10210390_j_en_--
2015-12-15
Building Technologies
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  • Page 1 FS720 Fire detection system Mounting Installation Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_-- 2015-12-15 Control Products and Systems...
  • Page 2 Issued by: Siemens Switzerland Ltd. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41 724-2424 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Edition: 2015-12-15 Document ID: A6V10210390_j_en_-- © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2008 2 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents About this document ................7 Applicable documents ................. 8 Download center ..................9 Revision history ..................9 Safety ....................11 Safety instructions ..................11 Safety regulations for the method of operation ...........13 Standards and directives complied with............15 Release Notes ...................15 Overview ...................
  • Page 4 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules ........47 Replacing components ................47 Periphery board (2-loop) ................48 6.2.1 Installation .................. 48 6.2.2 Pin assignments ................. 49 Periphery board (4 loops) ................55 6.3.1 Installation .................. 55 6.3.2 Pin assignments ................. 56 Fire terminal board ..................62 6.4.1 Installation ..................
  • Page 5 6.15 Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 ........124 6.15.1 Installation of Ethernet modules ..........124 6.15.2 DIN rail clip mounting ..............125 6.15.3 Installing mounting kit FHA2029 ..........126 6.15.4 Installing Ethernet switch FN2012 ..........132 6.15.5 Wiring ..................136 6.15.6 Pin assignments ...............138 6.16 Connection module (card cage) ...............140 6.16.1 Installation ................140 6.17 Card cage ....................141...
  • Page 6 6.32 Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver ......193 6.32.1 Remote 20-zone EVAC-NL indicator ......... 193 6.32.2 Fitting the EVAC-NL mimic display driver FT2003-N1 ....194 6.32.3 Pin assignments ............... 196 6.32.4 Cable length and cable resistance..........198 6.32.5 Indicators ..................
  • Page 7: About This Document

    About this document Applicable documents 1 About this document Goal and purpose This document describes the installation process for the stations and components of the fire detection system. It especially provides information on the following: ● Mounting of the stations ●...
  • Page 8: Applicable Documents

    The 'i' symbol identifies supplementary information and tips for an easier way of working. 1.1 Applicable documents Document ID Title A6V10210355 FS720 Fire Detection System Description A6V10210368 FS720 Fire Detection System Characteristic Product Data A6V10210416 FS720 Fire Detection System, Commissioning, Maintenance, Troubleshooting 8 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...
  • Page 9: Download Center

    1.2 Download center You can download various types of documents, such as data sheets, installation instructions, and license texts via the following Internet address: http://siemens.com/bt/download Enter the document ID in the 'Find by keyword' input box. κ You will also find information about search variants and links to mobile applications (apps) for various systems on the home page.
  • Page 10 About this document Revision history Version Edition date Brief description 2012-05 Edition: Introduction Package IP4 ● I/O card (horn/monitored) FCI2009-A1 ● I/O card (RT) FCI2007-A1 ● Fiber optic cable network module (SM/MM) FN2006-A1/FN2007-A1 ● Power supply unit (150 W) Version A5 ●...
  • Page 11: Safety

    Safety Safety instructions 2 Safety 2.1 Safety instructions The safety notices must be observed in order to protect people and property. The safety notices in this document contain the following elements: ● Symbol for danger ● Signal word ● Nature and origin of the danger ●...
  • Page 12 Safety Safety instructions How risk of injury is presented Information about the risk of injury is shown as follows: WARNING Nature and origin of the danger Consequences if the danger occurs ● Measures / prohibitions for danger avoidance How possible damage to property is presented Information about possible damage to property is shown as follows: NOTICE Nature and origin of the danger...
  • Page 13: Safety Regulations For The Method Of Operation

    2.2 Safety regulations for the method of operation National standards, regulations and legislation Siemens products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant European and international safety standards. Should additional national or local safety standards or legislation concerning the planning, mounting, installation,...
  • Page 14 Disregard of the safety regulations Before they are delivered, Siemens products are tested to ensure they function correctly when used properly. Siemens disclaims all liability for damage or injuries caused by the incorrect application of the instructions or the disregard of danger warnings contained in the documentation.
  • Page 15: Standards And Directives Complied With

    Safety Standards and directives complied with 2.3 Standards and directives complied with A list of the standards and directives complied with is available from your Siemens contact. 2.4 Release Notes Limitations to the configuration or use of devices in a fire detection installation with a particular firmware version are possible.
  • Page 16: Overview

    Overview Packaging units 3 Overview 3.1 Packaging units The stations can be delivered in several packaging units. Mounting and assembly are carried out on-site. The delivery consists of the following packaging units: ● Pre-installed rear panel, with periphery board, power supply, disconnect terminal block and wiring ●...
  • Page 17: Rear Panel In Eco Housing

    Overview Station rear panels (packaging unit) 3.2.1 Rear panel in Eco housing The fire terminal is available in the Eco housing. Figure 1: Fire terminal in Eco rear panel Eco rear panel Opening for cable feed from rear side DIN rail for disconnect terminal blocks Fastening tabs for the cover cap Hole for wall mounting (top) Recesses for the hinges of the operating unit...
  • Page 18: Rear Panel In Standard Housing

    Overview Station rear panels (packaging unit) 3.2.2 Rear panel in Standard housing The setup of the different fire control panels in the Standard housing is always identical. Figure 2: Fire control panel in Standard rear panel Standard rear panel Hole for wall mounting (top) Fastening tabs for the cover cap Openings for cable feed from rear side Recesses for the hinges of the operating unit...
  • Page 19: Rear Panel In Comfort Housing

    Overview Station rear panels (packaging unit) 3.2.3 Rear panel in Comfort housing With the exception of the periphery board type, the setup of fire control panels FC722 and FC724 in the Comfort housing is identical. Example of a fire control panel FC724 in Comfort rear panel: Comfort rear panel Secondary-side cabling of the power supply Mounting holes for operating unit...
  • Page 20: Rear Panel In Large Housing

    Overview Station rear panels (packaging unit) 3.2.4 Rear panel in Large housing FC726 as an example of the fire control panel setup in the Large housing: Figure 3: Fire control panel in Large rear panel Large rear panel Holes for wall mounting (top) Fastening tabs for the cover cap Openings for cable feed from rear side Recesses for the hinges of the operating unit...
  • Page 21 Overview Station rear panels (packaging unit) Recesses for the hinges of the operating add-on 10 Mounting holes for the operating add-on 11 Power supply (150 W) 12 DIN rail for additional components 13 Holes for wall mounting (bottom) 14 Primary-side cabling of the power supply 15 DIN rail with network separation terminals and for additional components 16 Strain relief for mains supply cable 17 Card cage (5 slots) for module bus cards.
  • Page 22: Mounting Material

    Overview Station rear panels (packaging unit) 3.2.5 Mounting material The following installation material is supplied with all stations: Number Designation Rear panel screws Ø 6/40 mm Nylon wall plugs Ø 4.5-6 mm Cable ties 2.4 x 137 mm Philips screws M 3/6 Philips screws M 3/12 ( Edge protection strip 40 x 100 x 1.5 mm Trapezoid edge protection strip...
  • Page 23: Operating Unit, Operating Add-On And Cover Cap (Packaging Unit)

    Overview Operating unit, operating add-on and cover cap (packaging unit) 3.3 Operating unit, operating add-on and cover cap (packaging unit) The operating unit and the optional operating add-on are supplied together with the cover cap as a separate packaging unit. 3.3.1 Operating units and operating add-on The operating unit is part of every station.
  • Page 24: Cover Cap

    Overview Operating unit, operating add-on and cover cap (packaging unit) Supplied mounting material 4x M5 screws for securing the operating unit 2x M2.5 screws for securing the hinge of the operating unit 1x ribbon cable for the connection from the PMI & mainboard to the periphery board Inscription set or inscription sheet (only for operating unit) You will find additional inscription strips, e.g.
  • Page 25: Location Of Components

    Overview Location of components 3.4 Location of components This chapter outlines the following components that can be installed in the station: ● Components installed as standard ● Optional components Optional components are supplied in separate packaging units. The figures show the maximum possible scope of equipment.
  • Page 26: Components In The Standard Housing (Fire Control Panels)

    Overview Location of components 3.4.2 Components in the Standard housing (fire control panels) The fire control panel FC722 (2-loop) is available in the Standard housing. Figure 8: Components in the Standard housing (fire control panel) Batteries Power supply (70 W) Relay (option) on DIN rail Shield connection terminal blocks [DE] or cable kit (communication), (options)
  • Page 27: Components In The Comfort Housing (Fire Control Panels)

    Overview Location of components 3.4.3 Components in the Comfort housing (fire control panels) Fire control panels FC722, FC723 and FC724 are available in the Comfort housing. With the exception of the card cage and periphery board type, the setup is identical.
  • Page 28 Overview Location of components Batteries Mains separator terminals on DIN rail FC722 and FC724: space for more options (e.g. fire brigade periphery module [DE]), or sounder module FC723: Card cage (2 slots) Shield connection terminal blocks [DE] or cable kit (communication), (option) Relay module (option) on DIN rail Loop extensions (C-NET) (option) Power supply (150 W), mounted horizontally as standard...
  • Page 29: Components In The Large Housing (Fire Control Panels)

    Overview Location of components 3.4.4 Components in the Large housing (fire control panels) Fire control panel FC726 is installed in the Large housing as standard. Figure 10: Example: Components in the Large housing taking the example of fire control panel FC726 with cascaded power supply Relay module (option) on DIN rail Socket (option) on DIN rail...
  • Page 30: Components On Operating Unit

    Overview Location of components 3.4.5 Components on operating unit Figure 11: Components on the operating unit with PMI & mainboard FCM2027 Figure 12: Components on the operating unit with PMI & mainboard FCM2004 PMI & mainboard Space for options (printer or LED indicator) Network module (SAFEDLINK) on X13 (master module), (option) Slot 1 [SER_OPT1] for the first serial module on X14 (for event printer or UFP 'universal fire protocol') (option)
  • Page 31: Position Of Modules For Extended Networking

    Overview Location of components 3.4.6 Position of modules for extended networking 3.4.6.1 Modules in station with Comfort housing Installation arrangement of an Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1 or Security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 taking the example of the FC724-ZA with fire brigade periphery module FCI2001-D1.
  • Page 32 Overview Location of components 3.4.6.2 Modules in station with Standard housing Due to space constraints, no Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1 or Security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 can be installed in a fire control panel FC722. An additional empty housing (Eco or Standard) is needed for this application and is fitted under the fire terminal.
  • Page 33 Overview Location of components Housing (Eco) FH7201-Z3, empty Mounting kit (switch, Comf.), mounting bracket with two DIN rails FN2008-A1 or FN2009-A1 Fire control panel FC722 in the housing (Standard) 3.4.6.3 Modules in the fire terminal Due to space constraints, no Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1 or Security module (firewall) FN2009-A1 can be installed in the fire terminal FT724.
  • Page 34 Overview Location of components Figure 14: Sample structure of fire terminal with FN2008-A1 or FN2009-A1 in additional housing Housing (Eco) FH7201-Z3, empty Installation kit (switch, comf.) I/O module for alarming the detector contact FN2008-A1 or FN2009-A1 FT724 fire terminal with optional power supply and batteries 34 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_--...
  • Page 35: Mounting Procedure

    Mounting procedure 4 Mounting procedure The following mounting processes are described in the following chapters: ● Mounting of rear panel ● Fitting all components ● Assembly of the stations Prerequisites ● All parts have been checked to make sure they are complete and intact. ●...
  • Page 36 (provision EN 54-2). The installation number (No.:) and the date of commissioning (Date:) must be completed upon commissioning.  The station is then ready for commissioning. Siemens Switzerland Ltd Fire Safety & Security Products CH-6301 Zug FC722 85...265VAC...
  • Page 37: Mounting And Assembling A Station

    Mounting and assembling a station Install rear panel 5 Mounting and assembling a station 5.1 Install rear panel 5.1.1 Surface mounting Mounting instructions Any surface irregularities can be compensated with washers or wooden wedges. ● The rear panel is attached to the wall using screws with a diameter of 6 mm. ●...
  • Page 38: Installing An Additional Housing

    Mounting and assembling a station Installing an additional housing 5.2 Installing an additional housing Separate housings can be mounted for components which do not have any space in the housing or for decentralized supply units. The additional housings are generally mounted right below the stations and attached to them with screws. The housings comprise the following elements: ●...
  • Page 39: Connect The Mains Cable

    Mounting and assembling a station Connect the mains cable Mounting steps WARNING Heat bridge between the station and mounting surface caused e.g. by overheating of the batteries Danger of fire ● If you mount the station on a flammable wall, all cut-out sections for the mounting holes must be sealed using the supplied aluminium stickers.
  • Page 40 Mounting and assembling a station Connect the mains cable Figure 17: Laying the mains cable for the Standard housing (left) and the Comfort housing (right) EMC-critical zone (no high-voltage power permitted) Mains connection from below (not recommended) Disconnect terminal blocks Cable strain relief for mains supply line Mains connection from above (recommended) EMC boundary...
  • Page 41: Standard Connection

    Mounting and assembling a station Connect the mains cable 5.3.2 Standard connection Figure 18: Mains connection in the Standard housing (left) and the Comfort housing (right) Mains cable (feed from above) Strain relief clamp Ground on the rear panel Disconnect terminal Primary cabling for power supply Ground cable (yellow/green), pre-assembled Cable tie...
  • Page 42: Installing The Operating Unit And The Operating Add-On

    The operating unit options are fitted. 5.4.1 Mounting and wiring the operating unit The procedure for mounting the operating unit in the Siemens wall housing is the same for all operating units. The wiring differs according to which options are installed.
  • Page 43 Mounting and assembling a station Installing the operating unit and the operating add-on Figure 20: Mounting of operating unit with PMI & mainboard FCM2004 Hinge of the operating unit Cable routing to the optional components Cable ties for fixing the cables Operating unit Holes for securing the operating unit Connection (X3) for the ribbon cable on the PMI &...
  • Page 44 Mounting and assembling a station Installing the operating unit and the operating add-on Mounting steps 1. From the rear side, hang the operating unit by inserting the hinges (2) into the openings in the rear panel of the housing (1). 2.
  • Page 45: Install Operating Add-On

    Mounting and assembling a station Installing the operating unit and the operating add-on 5.4.2 Install operating add-on For stations in a Comfort housing, operating add-ons are installed in the bottom half of the housing. For stations in an Eco or Standard housing, operating add-ons must be installed in a separate housing.
  • Page 46: Mounting The Cover Cap

    Mounting and assembling a station Mounting the cover cap 5.5 Mounting the cover cap Prerequisites ● All options have been installed. ● The operating unit and the operating add-on have been mounted and fastened. ● The batteries have been installed. ●...
  • Page 47: Replacing Components

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Replacing components 6 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules This chapter describes how to install and connect modules in stations. This is relevant for the installation of options and replacement of components for service purposes. The components are dismantled in reverse sequence of installation. Prerequisites ●...
  • Page 48: Periphery Board (2-Loop)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2 Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.1 Installation The periphery board (2-loop) FCI2002-A1 is mounted in the fire control panels in the factory and only has to be replaced in the event of a repair. X6 X12 X11 X400 Figure 24: Mounting of periphery board (2-loop)
  • Page 49: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.2 Pin assignments Inputs and outputs which are not used do not require termination. C-NET detector lines which are not used must not be terminated. 6.2.2.1 X1 supply Designation Description #BATT Message input from the power supply: Battery fault #CONV Message input from the power supply: Converter fault #MAINS...
  • Page 50 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.2.2 X6 Horn, alarm and fault monitored outputs Designation Description FAU_OUT Output fault VSYS_O Supply output for consumer fault AL_OUT- Alarm output (-) AL_OUT+ Alarm output (+) SOUND1- Horn output (-) SOUND1+ Horn output (+) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…1.5 mm²...
  • Page 51 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.2.3 X7 RT alarm and RT fault changeover contacts Designation Description FAU_NC ↑ RT fault ↑ normally closed contact FAU_COM RT fault center tap (common) FAU_NO RT fault ↑ normally open contact AL_NC RT alarm break contact (normally closed) AL_COM...
  • Page 52 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.2.4 X8 configurable inputs / outputs 1…4 and supply output 1 Designation Description GND_01 Supply output 1 (–) VSYS_01 Supply output 1 (+) I/O4 Configurable input/output 4 I/O3 Configurable input/output 3 I/O2 Configurable input/output 2 I/O1 Configurable input/output 1...
  • Page 53 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.2.5 X9 configurable inputs/outputs 5…8 and supply output 2 Designation Description GND_02 Supply output 2 (–) VSYS_02 Supply output 2 (+) I/O8 Configurable input/output 8 I/O7 Configurable input/output 7 I/O6 Configurable input/output 6 I/O5 Configurable input/output 5 Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…1.5 mm²...
  • Page 54 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (2-loop) 6.2.2.7 X12 detector line loop 2 Designation Description LOOP2_2– ↑ Loop 2 / ↑ stub 4 (–) LOOP2_2+ Loop 2 / stub 4 (+) LOOP2_1– Loop 2 / stub 3 (–) LOOP2_1+ Loop 2 / stub 3 (+) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…1.5 mm²...
  • Page 55: Periphery Board (4 Loops)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) 6.3 Periphery board (4 loops) 6.3.1 Installation The periphery board (4-loop) FCI2004-A1 is already mounted in the fire control panels in the factory and only has to be replaced in the event of a repair. Prerequisites ●...
  • Page 56: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) Mounting steps 1. Mount the periphery board (4-loop) (3) with the 13 fixing screws (2) to the threaded bolts (1) that are embedded in the rear panel. 2. Wire up the periphery board (4-loop) according to the pin assignments below. 3.
  • Page 57 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) 6.3.2.2 X5 monitored horn outputs 1 and 2 Designation Description SOUND2- Horn output 2 (-) SOUND2+ Horn output 2 (+) SOUND1- Horn output 1 (-) SOUND1+ Horn output 1 (+) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…1.5 mm² SOUND2- 2.3 ...
  • Page 58 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) 6.3.2.4 X7 RT alarm and RT fault changeover contacts Designation Description FAU_NC ↑ RT fault ↑ normally closed contact FAU_COM RT fault center tap (common) FAU_NO RT fault ↑ normally open contact AL_NC RT alarm break contact (normally closed) AL_COM...
  • Page 59 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) 6.3.2.5 X8 configurable inputs/outputs 1…12 and supply outputs 1…2 Designation Description GND_01 Supply output 1 (-) VSYS_01 Supply output 1 (+) I/O6 Configurable input/output 6 I/O5 Configurable input/output 5 I/O4 Configurable input/output 4 I/O3 Configurable input/output 3 I/O2...
  • Page 60 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) All inputs/outputs can be connected as follows: Configured as output Configured as input 60 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...
  • Page 61 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Periphery board (4 loops) 6.3.2.6 X11 / X21 detector line loop 1 (module 2/3) Designation Description LOOP1_2– ↑ Loop 1 / ↑ stub 2 (–) Connection – 1st Loop Connection – 3rd Loop LOOP1_2+ Loop 1 / stub 2 (+) Connection + 1st Loop Connection + 3rd Loop LOOP1_1–...
  • Page 62: Fire Terminal Board

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire terminal board 6.4 Fire terminal board 6.4.1 Installation The fire terminal board FTI2002-A1 is already mounted in the fire terminal in the factory and only has to be replaced in the event of a repair. Prerequisites ●...
  • Page 63 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire terminal board Connector for supply input Vsys 1 X400 Connector for periphery bus Mounting steps 1. Mount the fire terminal board (2) with the six fixing screws (1) to the screw bushings (3) that are embedded in the rear panel. 2.
  • Page 64: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire terminal board 6.4.2 Pin assignments 6.4.2.1 X1 supply The optional power supply or the external 24 V supply is connected to supply input FT724 Fire terminal board Figure 27: FTI2001-A1, supply input for external supply or fitted power supply (optional) Designation Description VSYS–...
  • Page 65 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire terminal board 6.4.2.2 X5 supply output Designation Description GND 2 Ground VSYS 2 System supply (+) (1 A/T) GND 1 Ground VSYS 1 System supply (+) (1 A/T) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…2.5 mm² GND 2 VSYS 2 GND 1 VSYS 1...
  • Page 66 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire terminal board X6, supply input 2 Designation Description VSYS - 2 Ground VSYS - 2 Ground VSYS + 2 System supply (+) VSYS + 2 System supply (+) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…2.5 mm² VSYS -2 VSYS -2 VSYS +2 VSYS +2...
  • Page 67: Power Supply (70W)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (70W) 6.5 Power supply (70W) In fire control panels, the power supply (70 W) FP2001-A1 or FP2015-A1 is always built-in. In fire terminals and additional housings, the power supply (70 W) is an option.
  • Page 68: Installation

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (70W) 6.5.1 Installation The 70 W power supply FP2001-A1 or the FP2015-A1, which is identical in construction, is only installed in Standard and Eco housings. Figure 29: Example: Installation of the power supply (70 W) in the Standard housing Fixing screw (under mains connection terminal X1) Power supply (70 W) FP2015 Guides for the distance pins of the power supply unit...
  • Page 69: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (70W) 6.5.2 Pin assignments 6.5.2.1 X1 mains connection Designation Description Ground (protective conductor PE) Neutral conductor External conductor (L1) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…2.5 mm² 6.5.2.2 X2 Power supply and signal lines FP2001 Designation Description Battery Detection line (#BATT): Battery fault...
  • Page 70 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (70W) 6.5.2.3 X2 battery supply and signal lines Designation Description Battery Detection line (#BATT): Battery fault Not used Mains Detection line (#MAINS): Mains fault Not used Usys + System supply (VSYS+) Usys – System supply (VSYS-) Akku + Battery supply (+), protected with F3...
  • Page 71: Power Supply (150 W)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6 Power supply (150 W) The description for installing the power supply (150 W) applies to both versions of the power supply, for the type A4 and for the type A5. Only the wiring of the network connection and when switching in parallel are different.
  • Page 72: Installation

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.1 Installation The power supply (150 W) FP2004-A1 is fitted horizontally on a DIN rail as standard in the fire control panels in the Comfort and Large housing. Preparatory work We would recommend first removing the batteries when removing and refitting the power supply.
  • Page 73 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) Installing the temperature sensor Figure 31: Position of temperature sensor in housing Batteries Temperature sensor Luster terminal Connection cable to the power supply Connection terminal X11 to the power supply for the temperature sensor Approximate distance to the lower edge of the power supply: 20 mm Approximate distance to the side wall of the power supply: 5 mm 1.
  • Page 74: Fitting An Additional Power Supply (150 W)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.2 Fitting an additional power supply (150 W) The additional power supply (150 W) FP2005-A1 in the Comfort housing is installed vertically along with the existing power supply to save space. Preparatory work Before the additional power supply FP2005-A1 can be installed, the existing power supply and the DIN rail must be removed as described in the previous chapter.
  • Page 75 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) Installation of the temperature sensor Figure 33: Installation of the temperature sensor Batteries Temperature sensor Luster terminal Connection cable to the power supply Connection terminal X11 to the power supply for the temperature sensor Approximate distance to the lower edge of the power supply: 20 mm Approximate distance to the side wall of the power supply: 5 mm Mounting steps...
  • Page 76: Pin Assignments Version A4

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.3 Pin assignments version A4 6.6.3.1 X1 mains connection Designation Description Earth (protective conductor) External conductor (L1) External conductor (L1) Neutral conductor Neutral conductor Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…2.5 mm² 6.6.3.2 X8 output voltage Designation Description Connection for battery, current limited via internal battery fuse F2 (without parallel...
  • Page 77 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.3.3 X11 monitoring signals Designation Description Not used Not used Control line for even current distribution (only when switching in parallel) Control line for even current distribution (only when switching in parallel) Connection for temperature sensor (master only) Connection for temperature sensor (master only) Signaling: Battery fault (↑...
  • Page 78 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.3.4 Parallel switching of two supply units NOTICE Damage to the power supply Different versions (A4/A5) of the power supply (150 W) may not be switched in parallel. SV 24V-150W-A4 MASTER NTC 4.7 kΩ...
  • Page 79 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) Cable tree to periphery board or fire terminal board Existing cable tree (connection for master power supply) Additional cable tree for the second power supply (slave) Additional fused terminal (F2) on the DIN rail ●...
  • Page 80: Pin Assignments Version A5

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.4 Pin assignments version A5 6.6.4.1 X1 mains connection Designation Description Earth (protective conductor) Neutral conductor Neutral conductor External conductor (L1) External conductor (L1) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…2.5 mm² When replacing a power supply, note the different pin assignment as against that in the power supply SV 24V-150W-A4.
  • Page 81 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.4.3 X11 monitoring signals Designation Description Control line B for even current distribution (only when switching in parallel) Control line B for even current distribution (only when switching in parallel) Control line A for even current distribution (only when switching in parallel) Control line A for even current distribution (only when switching in parallel) Connection for temperature sensor (master only) Connection for temperature sensor (master only)
  • Page 82 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.4.4 Parallel switching of two supply units SV 24V-150W-A5 MASTER NTC 4.7 kΩ #BATT #MAINS COMMON VSYS+ VSYS- I-begr. T6.3A 12 A ... 20 A I-unbegr. +24V +24V +24V Battery +24V +24V +24V SV 24V-150W-A5...
  • Page 83 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) ● The connection lines marked in bold of the additional cable tree (3) and the existing cable tree (2) must be wired again when installing the second power supply (slave). ● In order to avoid operating temperature differences, the two power supply units must be mounted next to each other in the same housing.
  • Page 84 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Power supply (150 W) 6.6.4.5 Parallel switching of three supply units SV 24V-150W-A5 MASTER NTC 4.7 kΩ #BATT #MAINS COMMON +VSYS -VSYS I-begr. T6.3A 12 A ... 20 A I-unbegr. +24V +24V +24V Battery +24V +24V +24V SV 24V-150W-A5...
  • Page 85: Shield Connection Terminal Blocks [De]

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Shield connection terminal blocks [DE] ● The connection lines marked in bold of the additional cable tree (3 and 5) and the existing cable tree (2) must be wired again when installing the second power supply (slave). ●...
  • Page 86 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Shield connection terminal blocks [DE] Mounting steps 1. Fasten the terminal strip (2) using the two screws (3) as follows: 2. Eco and Standard housings: Above the rectangular cable breakout opening on the right 3. Comfort housing: One terminal strip above each of the rectangular cable breakout openings 4.
  • Page 87: Loop Extension

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Loop extension 6.8 Loop extension 6.8.1 Installation The loop extensions (C-NET) FCI2003-A1 are mounted onto the periphery board. The slots are located next to the corresponding detector line connections. The installation of the two loop extensions on the periphery board (4-loop) is identical.
  • Page 88: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Loop extension 1. First, remove the relevant fixing screws (3) from the periphery board. 2. Screw the two spacer bolts (2) into the mounting holes (1) on the periphery board. 3. Mount the loop extension (C-NET) onto the connector (5) on the periphery board.
  • Page 89 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Loop extension 6.8.2.2 X14 connection loop 4 Designation Description 4_2- ↑ Loop extension for loop 4 or ↑ stub 8 (–) 4_2+ Loop extension for loop 4 or stub 8 (+) 4_1- Loop extension for loop 4 or stub 7 (–) 4_1+ Loop extension for loop 4 or stub 7 (+) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…1.5 mm²...
  • Page 90: Relay Module

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Relay module 6.9 Relay module Figure 41: Mounting of relay module DIN rail Relays Z3B171 Locking clamp for the relays Fixing screws for the DIN rail 1. Insert the relays (2) on the DIN rail (1) and press them down until they snap into place.
  • Page 91: Install Mounting Plate

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Install mounting plate 6.10 Install mounting plate The mounting plate FHA2008-A1 is used to hold components that have to be installed above the periphery board. It is supplied in a disassembled state and in a separate packaging unit.
  • Page 92 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Install mounting plate 10 Threaded holes in rear panel for spacer bolts 11 Fastening clamp, installation position (2 pieces) 12 Spacer bolts, assembled and mounted 13 Fastening clamp (fixed position) 1. Screw the spacers (2) into the threaded hole on the rear panel (1) to the right of the periphery board.
  • Page 93: Fire Brigade Periphery Module [De]

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] 6.11 Fire brigade periphery module [DE] 6.11.1 Installation The fire brigade periphery module FCI2001-D1 can be mounted at different positions depending on the station type and equipment: ● In the Comfort housing to the left of the periphery board, if there is sufficient space ●...
  • Page 94 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] X402 X401 Figure 44: Mounting of the fire brigade periphery module Spacer sleeves (5 pieces) (only required for mounting on the mounting plate) 3 fixing screws at top Fire brigade periphery module 2 fixing screws at bottom X2 Connection for fire brigade operating panel X3 Connection for fire brigade operating panel...
  • Page 95: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] 6.11.2 Pin assignments Inputs and outputs which are not used do not require termination. 6.11.2.1 X2 fire brigade operating panel / X3 fire brigade operating panel X2 fire brigade operating panel Designation Description +24V...
  • Page 96 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] X3 fire brigade operating panel Designation Description Bf St ab Fire controls off Ak Sign ab Acoustic signals off BMZ rueckst Reset fire control panel ↑ UE ab ↑ Remote transmission off UE pruefen Check remote transmission Reserve...
  • Page 97 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] 6.11.2.2 X4 remote transmission /release element Designation Description +24V Operating voltage (+24 V) ↑ UE Alarm+ ↑ Remote transmission/device alarm (+) UE Alarm- Remote transmission/device alarm (-) UE Rueckm Remote transmission /device acknowledgement (+) FSE+ Release element with monitored remote switching output or separately monitored key switch...
  • Page 98 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] 6.11.2.3 X5 fire brigade key depot Designation Description Sabotage + Tamper monitoring (+) Sabotage - Tamper monitoring (-) Entriegel + Unlocking (+) Entriegel - Unlocking (-) Riegelkont + Latch contact (+) Riegelkont - Latch contact (-) Heizung +...
  • Page 99 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Fire brigade periphery module [DE] 6.11.2.4 X6 intrusion detection system / local alarm / identification lamp Designation Description Ke Leuchte + Identification lamp (+) Ke Leuchte - Identification lamp (-) Oertl Alarm + Local alarm (+) Oertl Alarm - Local alarm (-) Not used...
  • Page 100: Network Module (Safedlink)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Network module (SAFEDLINK) 6.12 Network module (SAFEDLINK) 6.12.1 Installation This component is installed in exactly the same way as for the operating units with the PMI & mainboard FCM2004 and the PMI & mainboard FCM2027. If you are installing only one network module (SAFEDLINK) FN2001-A1, you must do so in the left-hand slot (X13).
  • Page 101 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Network module (SAFEDLINK) Mounting steps 2. When shielded cables are used, mount the two cable glands (5) with the nuts (4) on the flange between the fastening tabs (3). These are needed to secure the shielding. 2.
  • Page 102: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Network module (SAFEDLINK) 6.12.2 Pin assignments 6.12.2.1 Connector X3 Designation Description Line 1 (+) Line 1 (–) Line 2 (+) Line 2 (–) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…2.5 mm² Figure 46: Wiring of 1 network module C-WEB C-WEB FCM720x...
  • Page 103: Installing The Fiber Optic Cable Network Module

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing the fiber optic cable network module 6.13 Installing the fiber optic cable network module 6.13.1 Replacing the DIN rail clip The identical fiber optic cable network modules FN2006-A1 and FN2007-A1 can be installed on a DIN rail either horizontally or vertically. If the DIN rail clip is removed, horizontal installation on the flanges is also possible.
  • Page 104: Installation Variants

    Limitations ● The fiber optic cable network module cannot be mounted on the flanges in all FS720 control panels, because there is no suitable method of fastening it in the rear panels or on the mounting plate. ● Horizontal installation with a DIN rail on a mounting plate is not possible because there are no installation parts (the DIN rail cannot be ordered with installation material).
  • Page 105: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing the fiber optic cable network module 6.13.3 Pin assignments 6.13.3.1 Power A and B sockets, fault contact The 5-pin connector for the power supply is supplied with the fiber optic cable network module. Designation Description DC+ 9…30 V Supply input +...
  • Page 106 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing the fiber optic cable network module 1 2 3 4 5 C NO NC Figure 50: Connector for Power A and Power B sockets Connector with housing Socket on fiber optic cable network module Connector without housing Cover cap (open) 360°...
  • Page 107 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing the fiber optic cable network module 6.13.3.2 EF1/EF2 sockets for SAFEDLINK wiring The 3-pin connector for the C-WEB/SAFEDLINK connection is supplied with the fiber optic cable network module. EF1 socket, C-WEB A1/B1 Designation Description C-WEB line 1 (-) –...
  • Page 108 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing the fiber optic cable network module The feed line of the electric C-WEB can be either shielded or unshielded. If the feed line is shielded, cable glands must be used for the ↑ network module (SAFEDLINK).
  • Page 109 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing the fiber optic cable network module 6.13.3.3 Fiber optic cable connection ● If the fiber optic cable network module is mounted in the ↑ station, then only one supply must be connected. ● In the case of remote installation, the supply must be shielded and made redundant in accordance with EN 54.
  • Page 110: Ethernet Switch Fn2008 And Safety Module Fn2009

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 Fiber optic cable wiring ● The accessible laser radiation is harmless. It corresponds to Laser Class 1 in accordance with IEC 60825/ANSI Z136. ● The fiber optic cable is wired cross-wise: –...
  • Page 111 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 View and installation of mounting kit FHA2029 Figure 54: Mounting kit FHA2029-A1 for installation on the DIN rail 2 fixing screws for the bottom DIN rail Bottom DIN rail Angle plate for the Ethernet switch Retaining bracket for lateral fixing Upper DIN rail...
  • Page 112 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.1.1 View of installation in housing (Eco) Figure 55: Installation of mounting kit in the housing (Eco) 2 screws each for DIN rails Bottom DIN rail Lugs for the housing recesses (top and bottom lug) Angle plate 2 screw holes for top DIN rail 2 screws for fixing bracket...
  • Page 113 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.1.2 View of installation in housing (Standard) Figure 56: Installation of mounting kit in the housing (Standard) 2 screws each for DIN rails Bottom DIN rail Angle plate Lug for the housing recesses (top and bottom lug) 2 screw holes for top DIN rail 4 screws for fixing bracket...
  • Page 114 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.1.3 View of installation in housing (Comfort) Figure 57: Installation of mounting kit FHA2029-A1 in the housing (Comfort) 2 screws for each DIN rail Bottom DIN rail Angle plate 3 screws for fixing bracket 2 screw holes for top DIN rail 114 | 222...
  • Page 115: Installing The Modules

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.2 Installing the modules The process of installation using the mounting kit is identical for all housing variants and applies to the following modules: ● Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1 ●...
  • Page 116: Wiring Of Fn2008 With Fire Terminal

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.3 Wiring of FN2008 with fire terminal FC72x FT724 C-NET LINE PMI & Mainboard C-WEB/ Ethernet Figure 59: Wiring the FN2008-A1 with I/O module in a separate empty housing with the fire terminal 116 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_--...
  • Page 117 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 If cabling is being carried out using multiple PMI & mainboards and the FN2008, a loop can be created accidentally. Please observe the following information. NOTICE Loop with Ethernet cable Impairment of system function ●...
  • Page 118 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 Wiring table The wiring table below summarizes the plug assignments from the corresponding product data. Connection from Connector Designation Connector Designation FN2008-A1 Supply+ input Fire terminal board X5 1/3 Vsys+ supply output Supply- input Vsys-- supply output...
  • Page 119: Connecting The Ethernet Switch

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.4 Connecting the Ethernet switch 6.14.4.1 Connecting optical Ethernet Wiring a loop network with four network nodes To set up a redundant loop topology with the Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008-A1, both free ends of the optical Ethernet must be joined to form a loop.
  • Page 120 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 Ethernet connection to PMI & mainboard Optical Ethernet (loop network) P1…P4 Electrical Ethernet ports P5, P6 Optical Ethernet ports Optical receiver channel Optical transmission channel Wiring WARNING Heavily concentrated light Eye damage ●...
  • Page 121: Connecting The Safety Module Fn2009

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.4.3 Connector strip for detector contact The detector contact is a potential-free relay contact which can be used to report error states by interrupting contact. The following errors can be signaled by the detector contact: ●...
  • Page 122: Modifications To The Modules For Class B

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 6.14.6 Modifications to the modules for class B For the 'Ethernet switch (MM)' and 'Security module (firewall)' modules, the following modifications are required to the wiring to reduce fault transmission from limit value class A to class B: ●...
  • Page 123 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Ethernet switch FN2008 and safety module FN2009 Station or empty housing FN2009-A1 Ethernet connection, internal FN2009-A1 Ethernet connection, external Supply connection Ethernet connections switch FN2008-A1 Ferrite core for LAN cable Ferrite core for supply cable Mounting 1.
  • Page 124: Installing An Ethernet Switch (Modular) Fn2012

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15 Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 Malfunctions during a partial upgrade Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 is not compatible with Ethernet switch (MM) FN2008 and so may only be used in panels ≥MP6. 6.15.1 Installation of Ethernet modules The Ethernet switch (modular) must be equipped with Ethernet modules.
  • Page 125: Din Rail Clip Mounting

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 1. Position the Ethernet module (4) as shown. 2. Push the Ethernet module (4) into the slot opening so the plug-in contacts (5) slide into the connector on the Ethernet switch. 3.
  • Page 126: Installing Mounting Kit Fha2029

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.3 Installing mounting kit FHA2029 The mounting kit (switch) is required to install Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012. VdS does not allow the Ethernet switch to be installed in any other way. If the stations do not provide enough room to install a mounting bracket, the Ethernet switch must be installed in an empty housing.
  • Page 127 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 Types of installation ● The small mounting bracket is intended for installation in an empty housing and can be installed on both sides, i.e., in either the left or the right installation position.
  • Page 128 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.3.1 Installation in empty and Comfort housing The process of installing the small mounting bracket from mounting kit FHA2029 is identical for all empty housings and for stations in Comfort housings. Figure 65: Installing the small mounting bracket in a Comfort housing Figure 66: Small mounting bracket, installed in the Comfort housing 128 | 222...
  • Page 129 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 Empty Comfort housing Small mounting bracket Lugs for recesses for securing the power supply (70W) DIN rail installed Retaining bracket installed 3x fixing screws for mounting bracket 3x sleeves for fixing to spacer 3x holes in mounting bracket for spacer 3x spacers with thread in rear panel 1.
  • Page 130 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.3.2 Installation in a station with a Large housing Figure 67: Screwing the large mounting bracket onto the Large rear panel Figure 68: Large mounting bracket installed without supply 130 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_--...
  • Page 131 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 Figure 69: Supply installed on top of large mounting bracket Housing (Large) Large mounting bracket U-rail installed Retaining bracket installed 3x fixing screws for mounting bracket 3x holes for fixing screws 3x threaded holes in rear panel Mounting flange for the power supply (150 W) U-rail for the power supply (150 W)
  • Page 132: Installing Ethernet Switch Fn2012

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.4 Installing Ethernet switch FN2012 To ensure that installation conforms to VdS requirements, the FN2012 must be mounted vertically on a mounting bracket from mounting kit (switch) FHA2029 . The connections for the fiber-optic cables must be aligned so they point upward.
  • Page 133 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.4.2 FN2012 in a station with a Comfort housing Figure 71: Small mounting bracket installed in a Comfort housing 133 | 222 A6V10210390_j_en_-- Building Technologies Fire Safety 2015-12-15...
  • Page 134 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 Figure 72: FN2012 in the Comfort housing Comfort housing Small mounting bracket from mounting kit FHA2029 DIN rail with retaining bracket FN2012 ϖ The DIN rail clip is mounted on the FN2012. 1.
  • Page 135 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.4.3 FN2012 in a station with a Large housing Figure 73: FN2012 mounted in the Large housing Housing (Large) Large mounting bracket from mounting kit FHA2029 DIN rail with retaining bracket FN2012 Power supply (150 W) ϖ...
  • Page 136: Wiring

    Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.5 Wiring 6.15.5.1 Wiring overview The figure shows typical usage of the Ethernet switch in an FS720 station with all connections and in an optical Ethernet ring. All the connections shown are current- limited and monitored.
  • Page 137 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.5.2 MoNet bus connection Preparing the FN2012 for the MoNet bus connection Figure 75: Breaking out the MoNet bus cover plate Use a screwdriver to carefully remove the cover plate from the MoNet κ...
  • Page 138: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.6 Pin assignments 6.15.6.1 'POWER' connector strip The 'POWER' connector is only used if power cannot be supplied via the MoNet bus or PoE. Generally, this is only the case if the Ethernet switch (modular) is installed remotely in another device.
  • Page 139 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Installing an Ethernet switch (modular) FN2012 6.15.6.2 'FAULT' connector strip The fault output is a potential-free relay contact which, depending on the configuration, can be used to report fault conditions by interrupting the contact. If the FN2012 is switched off, the relay contact is deactivated (opened).
  • Page 140: Connection Module (Card Cage)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Connection module (card cage) 6.16 Connection module (card cage) 6.16.1 Installation This component is installed in exactly the same way as for the operating units with the PMI & mainboard FCM2004 and the PMI & mainboard FCM2027. The connection module (card cage) FCA2006-A1 is always needed in conjunction with the card cage (2 slots) or card cage (5 slots).
  • Page 141: Card Cage

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Card cage 6.17 Card cage 6.17.1 Installation The card cage is used to hold module bus cards and is fitted in fire control panels FC723 and FC726 in the factory: ● Card cage (2 slots) FCA2007-A1 in fire control panel FC723 ●...
  • Page 142 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Card cage Installation of card cage (5 slots) FCA2008-A1 in FC726 Figure 79: Installation of card cage (5 slots) Rear panel (FC723) or mounting plate (FC726) Periphery board Card cage housing cover (EMC protection) Card cage Mounting holes for screws (2) in card cage housing Mounting holes for screws (4 pieces) in printed circuit board 1.
  • Page 143: Pin Assignment Of The Card Cage (2 Slots)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Card cage 6.17.2 Pin assignment of the card cage (2 slots) 6.17.2.1 Views of card cage (2 slots) X22 X21 X501 Figure 80: PCB view of card cage (2 slots) FCA2007-A1 Element Des. Function Slots Connector strip for module bus card 1 Connector strip for module bus card 2 Connection terminals...
  • Page 144 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Card cage Element Des. Function Connector Connector for degraded mode indicator [AT] of module bus card 1 Degraded mode Connector for degraded mode indicator [AT] of module bus card 2 Internal bus X501 Connector for module bus input 6.17.2.2 X9 supply Designation Description...
  • Page 145: Pin Assignment Of The Card Cage (5 Slots)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Card cage 6.17.3 Pin assignment of the card cage (5 slots) 6.17.3.1 Views of card cage (5 slots) X51 X42 X41 X32 X31 X22 X21 X501 X500 Figure 81: PCB view of card cage (5 slots) FCA2008-A1 Element Des.
  • Page 146 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Card cage Element Des. Function Connection terminals System supply connection Connection terminals for module bus card 1 Connection terminals for module bus card 1 Connection terminals for module bus card 2 Connection terminals for module bus card 2 Connection terminals for module bus card 3 Connection terminals for module bus card 3 Connection terminals for module bus card 4...
  • Page 147: Module Bus Cards

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 6.17.3.3 X11…X52 connection terminals for the module bus card The module bus card determines the PIN assignment of the four connectors. You will find the pin assignments in the description of the corresponding module card. The assignment of the connector is: ●...
  • Page 148 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 4 fixing screws for housing cover Housing cover for card cage (EMC protection) Any module bus card Guides for module bus cards Card cage housing Mounting steps 1. Remove the housing cover of the card cage (2) by loosening the four fixing screws (1).
  • Page 149: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 6.18.2 Pin assignments 6.18.2.1 Views of card cage (2 slots) X22 X21 X501 Figure 83: PCB view of card cage (2 slots) FCA2007-A1 Element Des. Function Slots Connector strip for module bus card 1 Connector strip for module bus card 2 Connection terminals System supply connection...
  • Page 150 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Element Des. Function Connector Connector for degraded mode indicator [AT] of module bus card 1 Degraded mode Connector for degraded mode indicator [AT] of module bus card 2 Internal bus X501 Connector for module bus input 6.18.2.2 Views of card cage (5 slots) X51 X42 X41 X32 X31 X22 X21 X501...
  • Page 151 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Element Des. Function Slots Connector strip for module bus card 1 Connector strip for module bus card 2 Connector strip for module bus card 3 Connector strip for module bus card 4 Connector strip for module bus card 5 Connection terminals System supply connection...
  • Page 152 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 6.18.2.3 Connection terminals of line card (FDnet/C-NET) in card cage The ↑ line card (FDnet / C-NET) FCL2001-A1 determines the PIN assignment of the four connection terminals in the card cage. External connections on the card cage using the example of module bus card 1 with the associated connection terminals X11 and X12: ●...
  • Page 153 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 6.18.2.4 Connection terminals of line card (SynoLOOP) in card cage The line card (SynoLOOP) FCL7201-Z3 determines the PIN assignment of the four connection terminals in the card cage. External connections on the card cage using the example of module bus card 1 with the associated connection terminals X11 and X12: ●...
  • Page 154 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 6.18.2.5 Connection terminals for the I/O card (programmable) in the card cage The I/O card (programmable) FCI2008-A1 determines the PIN assignment of the four connection terminals in the card cage. External connections on the card cage using the example of module bus card 1 with the associated connection terminals X11 and X12: ●...
  • Page 155 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Connector Designation Description IO_1 Configurable input/output 1 IO_2 Configurable input/output 2 IO_3 Configurable input/output 3 IO_4 Configurable input/output 4 IO_5 Configurable input/output 5 IO_6 Configurable input/output 6 VSYS_01 Supply output 1 (+) GND_01 Supply output 1 (–) IO_7...
  • Page 156 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Example for pin assignment at slot 1 Connector Designation Description FIRE_OUT_1+ Horn/alarm monitored FIRE_OUT_1- FIRE_OUT_2+ Horn/alarm monitored FIRE_OUT_2- FIRE_OUT_3+ Horn/alarm monitored FIRE_OUT_3- FIRE_OUT_4+ Horn/alarm monitored FIRE_OUT_4- FIRE_OUT_5+ Horn/alarm monitored FIRE_OUT_5- FIRE_OUT_6+ Horn/alarm monitored FIRE_OUT_6- FIRE_OUT_7+ Horn/alarm monitored...
  • Page 157 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Switching variants for monitored alarm and horn outputs with decoupled load (EN 54) Example horn output FireOutput2- Rload Reol Rcable FireOutput2+ Example alarm output FireOutput1- Rload Reol Rcable FireOutput1+ Figure 85: Switching examples for monitored alarm and horn outputs with decoupled load (EN 54) Rload Load resistance Rcable Line resistance...
  • Page 158 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards 6.18.2.7 Connection terminals for the I/O card (RT) in the card cage The I/O card (↑ RT) FCI2007-A1 determines the PIN assignment of the four connection terminals in the card cage. External connections on the card cage using the example of module bus card 1 with the associated connection terminals X11 and X12: ●...
  • Page 159 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Switching for RE response in accordance with ↑ VdS 27V2 FireOutput1+ UE _Rückmeldung Figure 87: Switching for RE response in accordance with VdS Fault contact of the transmission device Switching for monitored remote transmission Rcable UE_Fault+ Rload...
  • Page 160 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Switching variants for monitored alarm and horn outputs with load resistance monitoring (VdS) Example horn output FireOutput2- Rload Rcable FireOutput2+ Example alarm output FireOutput1- Rload Rcable FireOutput1+ Figure 90: Switching examples for monitored alarm and horn outputs with load resistance monitoring (VdS) Rload Load resistance...
  • Page 161 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Module bus cards Switching for relays ↑ RT alarm and RT fault FAU_NC FAU_COM FAU_NO AL_NC AL_COM AL_NO Figure 92: Switching for relays RT Alarm and RT Fault Remote transmission FAU_… Configured as RT fault relay output - ↑...
  • Page 162: Rs232 / Rs485 Module

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RS232 / RS485 module 6.19 RS232 / RS485 module 6.19.1 Installation This component is installed in exactly the same way as for the operating units with the PMI & mainboard FCM2004 and the PMI & mainboard FCM2027. The serial modules include: ●...
  • Page 163 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RS232 / RS485 module Figure 94: Sample installation of the serial modules RS232 module in slot X14 Fixing screw (2 pieces) Mounting links on support plate RS485 module in slot X19 Slot 1 on the operating unit with RS232 module Slot 2 on the operating unit with RS485 module Connection terminal on RS232 module Connection terminal on RS485 module...
  • Page 164: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RS232 / RS485 module 6.19.2 Pin assignments You will find information on connecting the event printer in the chapter 'Event printer'. 6.19.2.1 X3 DTE HOST on RS282 module Designation Description ← DCD Data Carrier Detected ←...
  • Page 165 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RS232 / RS485 module 6.19.2.2 X2 on RS485 module Designation Description RS485_A Line A RS485_B Line B Not connected Not connected Admissible cable cross-section: 0.2…1.5 mm² RS485_A RS485_B T1 First participant Tn Last participant *) Stub lines must not exceed 20 m! ●...
  • Page 166: Event Printer

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Event printer 6.20 Event printer 6.20.1 Installation This component is installed in exactly the same way as for the operating units with the PMI & mainboard FCM2004 and the PMI & mainboard FCM2027. The event printer FTO2001-A1 is an option and can be installed either in the operating unit or in the operating add-on, depending on the station design.
  • Page 167 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Event printer Prerequisite Note that the serial RS232 module FCA2001-A1 is not included in the printer set and has to be mounted unless it is already installed. Only one printer can be connected per RS232 module. Mounting steps Check the installation site carefully Depending on the station type it is possible that the depth is insufficient for the...
  • Page 168: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Event printer 6.20.2 Pin assignments 6.20.2.1 Connection on printer side Product version (ES) 01 Figure 96: Rear view ES01 Product version (ES) 02 ES02: Serial interface settings + – RS232 RS232 Rear view ES02 View from below Fastening clamps Supply connection Data line connection...
  • Page 169 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Event printer 6.20.2.2 Connection on station side The event printer must be directly connected to the power supply. Connecting the event printer to the power supply (70 W) Connector From printer Power supply terminal X2 Positive supply (red) =>...
  • Page 170: Key Switch (Kaba) Fto2005-C1

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Key switch (Kaba) FTO2005-C1 6.21 Key switch (Kaba) FTO2005-C1 This component is installed in exactly the same way as for the operating units with the PMI & mainboard FCM2004 and the PMI & mainboard FCM2027. Figure 97: Installing the guard ring for the key switch on the foil side Foil side of the operating unit Guard ring for the key switch...
  • Page 171: Redux Module [De]

    6.22 Redux module [DE] 6.22.1 Installation The Redux module RGQ:FAT-Redux-FS720 is an option for redundantly activating the fire brigade indication panel (FAT) [DE]. It is fitted on the DIN rail in the fire control panel.
  • Page 172: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Input/output module FDCIO224 [DE] 6.22.2 Pin assignments The pin assignment of the Redux module is listed in the manual of the Redux module. During connection please observe the following: ● The data cables of the Redux module are connected to the RS485 interface. ●...
  • Page 173: Sounder Module

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Sounder module 6.24 Sounder module 6.24.1 Installation Sounder module FCI2005-A1 is fitted in the fire control panel. The sounder module can be screwed flat onto the rear panel or mounting plate or engaged on the DIN rail by means of the enclosed mounting feet FDCM291.
  • Page 174: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Sounder module 6.24.2 Pin assignments 6.24.2.1 X1 supply input and sounder input from the periphery board X1 sounder module Periphery board Periphery board 2 loops 4 loops Designation Description Designation Designation +Vsys X8-5 VSYS_01 (+) X8-7 VSYS_01 (+) Supply input from the...
  • Page 175 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Sounder module 6.24.2.3 X3 sounder 3 and 4 outputs Designation Description S4 out+ Sounder output 4 (+) S4 out- Sounder output 4 (-) S3 out+ Sounder output 3 (+) S3 out- Sounder output 3 (-) Admissible cable cross-section: 0.08…1.5 mm²...
  • Page 176 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Sounder module 6.24.2.4 Cascading of two sounder modules A maximum of two sounder modules may be cascaded. Figure 102: Cascading of two sounder modules FCA2005-A1 176 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...
  • Page 177: Modes Of Mounting For Modules

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Modes of mounting for modules 6.25 Modes of mounting for modules Modules like the input/output module (transponder) or the sounder module can be fitted in different ways. The following modes of mounting are possible: ● Installation on DIN rail ●...
  • Page 178: Mounting On Din Rail Or Mounting Plate

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Modes of mounting for modules 6.25.1 Mounting on DIN rail or mounting plate NOTICE Short mounting distance Module overheating ● There must be an air gap of at least 1 cm above the cover cap of the module. ●...
  • Page 179: Mounting In Housing Fdch221

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Modes of mounting for modules 6.25.2 Mounting in housing FDCH221 When installing the module in the housing FDCH221, proceed as follows: 1. Break out the cable entries. 2. Mount the housing on a flat surface. The housing cover is transparent so the LEDs can be seen at all times.
  • Page 180: Rt Interface [Nl]

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RT interface [NL] 6.26 RT interface [NL] 6.26.1 Installation The RT interface FCI2005-A1 can be mounted at different positions depending on the station type and equipment: ● In the Comfort housing to the left of the periphery board, if there is sufficient space ●...
  • Page 181: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RT interface [NL] Mounting steps 1. Mount the RT interface (4) to the mounting plate (2) or the rear panel (observe correct installation position) as shown using the five fixing screws (3). The five spacer bolts (1) must be used when installing on the mounting plate. 2.
  • Page 182 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RT interface [NL] 6.26.2.2 X2 switching contacts relays 6…10 Designation Description REL6_OUT+ Relay 6 switching contact (configurable as NO or NC) REL6_OUT- Relay 6 switching contact REL7_OUT+ Relay 7 switching contact (configurable as NO or NC) REL7_OUT- Relay 7 switching contact REL8_OUT+...
  • Page 183 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RT interface [NL] 6.26.2.3 X3 relay 11 + 12 switching contacts Designation Description REL12_OUT+ Relay 12 switching contact (configurable as NO or NC) REL12_OUT- Relay 12 switching contact REL11_OUT+ Relay 11 switching contact (configurable as NO or NC) REL11_OUT- Relay 11 switching contact NO = Normally open...
  • Page 184 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RT interface [NL] 6.26.2.6 X6 relay coils 11…14 Designation Description REL11_IN- Relay coil 11, active low REL12_IN- Relay coil 12, active low REL13_IN- Relay coil 13, active low REL14_IN- Relay coil 14, active low Admissible cable cross-section: 0.14…1.5 mm² 6.26.2.7 X7 relay 13 switching contacts Designation Description...
  • Page 185 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules RT interface [NL] 6.26.2.9 Connection of cable tree to periphery board RT interface Cable tree Periphery board Periphery board 4 loops 2 loops Designation Cable color Signal Designation Designation X4-6 20V- White-green Supply (+) X8-7 VSYS_01 X8-5 VSYS_01...
  • Page 186: Cable Kit (Communication)

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Cable kit (communication) 6.27 Cable kit (communication) The cable kit (communication) FCA2014-A1 is used as an intermediate piece for wiring the external lines to the modules on the operating unit. The connecting cables supplied are fully assembled and have a length of 1110 mm. The cable kit is mounted in the top right of the housing instead of the shield connection terminal blocks.
  • Page 187: Insert License Key

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Insert license key 6.28 Insert license key The license key is inserted in the designated holder on the rear of the operating unit. Figure 109: Using the license key on the operating unit with PMI & mainboard FCM2027 Figure 110: Using the license key on the operating unit with PMI &...
  • Page 188: 19" Mounting Kit

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules 19" mounting kit 6.29 19" mounting kit The 19" mounting kit FHA2016-A1 serves as a retainer for installing a station into a 19" rack or into a 19" cabinet. To fix a station, the two retainers enclosed with the kit must be mounted.
  • Page 189: Batteries

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Batteries 1. Screw the 19" crossbars to the housing bracket. Consider the installation depth of the station. 2. Secure 19" retainers to 19" rack or in 19" cabinet. Consider the mounting height of the station. 3.
  • Page 190: Operating Add-On With 20 Zones Evac-Nl [Nl]

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Operating add-on with 20 zones EVAC-NL [NL] 6.31 Operating add-on with 20 zones EVAC-NL [NL] X400 X401 X402 X400 X402 X400 Figure 112: Example: Installation of the operating add-on with 20 zones EVAC-NL Operating add-on FCM7221-H3 [NL] EVAC-NL operation FTO2007 (slave) EVAC-NL operation FTO2007 (master) Holes for operating add-on fixing screws...
  • Page 191 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Operating add-on with 20 zones EVAC-NL [NL] Figure 113: Detail view of the hinge of the operating add-on Cut-out section on the rear panel for the hinge Hinge Screw for securing the hinge 1. Remove cover from fire control panel. 2.
  • Page 192: Adjustment Elements

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Operating add-on with 20 zones EVAC-NL [NL] 6.31.1 Adjustment elements The EVAC-NL indicator is configured with the switch S20. Setting for one or the first EVAC-NL Switch S20 Meaning Master Syn (Empty) Device address 1 Device address 2 Device address 3 Device address 4...
  • Page 193: Remote Evac-Nl And Evac-Nl Mimic Display Driver

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32 Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.1 Remote 20-zone EVAC-NL indicator X402 X400 X402 X400 Figure 114: Example of remote mounting of the 20-zone EVAC-NL indicator in an Eco housing EVAC-NL connector board FTI2002-N1 Eco housing (example) Power supply (70 W) (example)
  • Page 194: Fitting The Evac-Nl Mimic Display Driver Ft2003-N1

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 1. Mount the operating add-on FCM7221-H3 (5) on the Eco housing (2) or on any housing. 2. If the power supply is integrated, install power supply (3) in the Eco housing (2).
  • Page 195 Front plate, LED indicators and operation keys for the mimic display panel ● Any DC 24 V power supply or power supply (70 W) FP2015-A1 ● Molex 87586-3493 spring strips (Siemens no. A5Q 00005805) for mimic display connections ● 34 pin x 1 m ribbon cable for mimic display connections ●...
  • Page 196: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.3 Pin assignments The EVAC-NL connector board FTI2002-N1 is used as an interface from the EVAC-NL operating unit FTO2007-N1 to the RS485 card in the control panel. Vext. FTI2002 FTI2002 FCM7221-H3...
  • Page 197 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver In the EVAC mimic display FT2003-N1, the EVAC-NL connector board FTI2002-N1 is supplied together with the EVAC-NL operating unit FTO2007-N1. Figure 117: Wiring for EVAC-NL mimic display FT2003-N1 Any housing IP30 (e.g.
  • Page 198: Cable Length And Cable Resistance

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.4 Cable length and cable resistance If using a remote EVAC-NL indicator and the EVAC mimic display driver, the length of the power supply cable is limited if the component is supplied internally via the periphery board.
  • Page 199 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver Example of using the diagram Two remote EVAC-NL indicators, one with 20 zones, the other with 30 zones, are supplied by the periphery board of the same ↑ station. Remote (mimic) EVAC, 20 zones Remote (mimic) EVAC, 30 zones mimic display driver...
  • Page 200: Indicators

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.5 Indicators Indication and operating elements for EVAC-NL operating unit FTO2007-N1 In the case of the EVAC mimic display driver, all display and operating elements are wired to the mimic display panel via three 34-pin ribbon cables. Display and operating elements on the front panel H433 H434...
  • Page 201: Connection Fti2002-N1

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.6 Connection FTI2002-N1 6.32.6.1 X1 supply Designation Description VSYS– Supply input from the power supply (–) VSYS– Supply input from the power supply (–) VSYS+ Supply input from the power supply (+) VSYS+ Supply input from the power supply (+) RS485_B...
  • Page 202 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.6.2 X2 LED mimic display Connection for LED Master description Slave description 1, 2 H405 (green) Selection zone 5 Selection zone 5 3, 4 H409 (green) Selection zone 9 Selection zone 9 5, 6 H406 (green)
  • Page 203 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver H405 'Selection zone 5' 'Selection zone 9' H409 'Selection zone 6' H406 'Selection zone 10' H410 H407 'Selection zone 7' H417 'Fault/Isolation zone 7' H416 'Alarm zone 8' H415 'Fault/Isolation zone 8' H414...
  • Page 204 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.6.3 X3 LED mimic display LED connection Master description Slave description 1, 2 H422 (red) Alarm zone 5 Alarm zone 5 3, 4 H426 (red) Alarm zone 3 Alarm zone 3 5, 6 H423 (yellow)
  • Page 205 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver H422 'Alarm zone 5' 'Alarm zone 3' H426 'Fault/Isolation zone 4' H423 'Fault/Isolation zone 2' H427 H424 'Alarm zone 4' H434 'Totaal Alarm' H433 'Bedrijf' H432 'Uitgeschakeld' H431 'Storing' H430 'Alarm zone 1'...
  • Page 206 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.6.4 X5 mimic display operation LED connection Master description Slave description 1, 2 Selection zone 1 Selection zone 1 3, 4 Selection zone 7 Selection zone 7 5, 6 Totaal alarm 7, 8 IN/UIT...
  • Page 207 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 'Selection zone 1' Selection zone 7 Totaal Alarm 'IN/UIT' 'Selection zone 2' Selection zone 8 'Zoemer uit' 'LED TEST' 'Selection zone 3' Selection zone 9 'Start' Selection zone 5 Selection zone 4 Selection zone 10 'Stop'...
  • Page 208: Connection Fto2007-N1

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver 6.32.7 Connection FTO2007-N1 6.32.7.1 Adjustment elements The EVAC-NL indicator is configured with the switch S20. Setting for one or the first EVAC-NL Switch S20 Meaning Master Syn (Empty) Device address 1 Device address 2 Device address 3...
  • Page 209 Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Remote EVAC-NL and EVAC-NL mimic display driver Setting for the second and/or any subsequent EVAC-NL indicator Switch S20 Meaning Master Syn (Empty) Device address 1 Device address 2 Device address 3 Device address 4 Device address 5 Mimic display outputs are actuated and polled (LED, keys and key switch) Blank fields = Switch in 'OFF' position...
  • Page 210: Door Contact Kit [De]

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Door contact kit [DE] 6.33 Door contact kit [DE] 6.33.1 Installation The door contact kit FCA2009-A1 is needed for a class 3 key depot [DE] and must not be used for other applications. The door contact is fitted on the housing such that it is triggered when the cover cap is removed.
  • Page 211: Pin Assignments

    Installing, exchanging and connecting modules Door contact kit [DE] 6.33.2 Pin assignments Inputs and outputs which are not used do not require termination. 6.33.2.1 X6 intrusion detection system / local alarm / identification lamp Designation Description Ke Leuchte + Identification lamp (+) Ke Leuchte - Identification lamp (-) Oertl Alarm +...
  • Page 212: Removal

    Removal 7 Removal NOTICE Damage to hardware ● Correctly take the station out of operation before removing the components. WARNING Electrical voltage Electric shock ● Before connecting the mains cable, make sure that the cable is current-free. ● Ensure that the mains is secured against inadvertently being switched on. Removal of components and the disassembly of stations is carried out in reverse mounting sequence.
  • Page 213: Concluding Work

    Concluding work Insert printing paper 8 Concluding work 8.1 Insert printing paper The printer can also be fitted the other way round, i.e. different from the position shown below. Opening the printer Push the clips slightly down and open the printer as shown in the figure. κ...
  • Page 214 Concluding work Insert printing paper Replacing the paper roll 1. Remove the reel of the old paper roll. 2. Insert the new paper roll as shown in the figure below. Please make sure that the side that will be unwound is at the back of the drum, corresponding to the dashed line in the figure below.
  • Page 215 Concluding work Insert printing paper Closing printer 1. Pull some of the paper out of the printer. 2. Hold the paper end upwards. 3. Close the printer by holding the bracket upwards until the clips audibly engage.  The printer is ready. Figure 124: Closing printer 215 | 222 A6V10210390_j_en_--...
  • Page 216 Concluding work Insert printing paper Figure 125: Printer is ready 216 | 222 Building Technologies A6V10210390_j_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-12-15...
  • Page 217: Installation Checklist

    Installation checklist 9 Installation checklist The following list serves as a checklist or task list for the installation personnel. It includes all components available as options. It can be copied and handed out to the installation personnel with the installation instructions. Position Type Component/task...
  • Page 218 Installation checklist Position Type Component/task Notes Complete Module bus cards: For FC723 and FC726 only FCL2001-A1 Line card (FDnet/C-NET) FCL7201-Z3 Line card (SynoLOOP) FCI2008-A1 I/O card (programmable) FCI2009-A1 I/O card (horn/monitored) FCI2007-A1 I/O card (RT) FCA2001-A1 Install RS232 module Ensure correct installation site (depending on use) FCA2002-A1 Install RS485 module...
  • Page 219: Glossary

    Germany. short-circuit. Network module (SAFEDLINK) FS20/FS720 network card. Normal operation The fire detection installation is supplied with mains voltage. Normally closed contact Opens a power circuit when activated.
  • Page 220: Index

    Index Index Original language Download center Source language ..........7 URL ..............9 Printer FCA2001-A1 ..........162 Inserting paper..........213 FCA2002-A1 ..........162 FCA2006-A1 ..........140 FCA2007-A1 ..........141 Source language ..........7 FCA2008-A1 ..........141 FCA2009-A1 ..........210 FCA2014-A1 ..........186 FCI2001-D1 ............
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  • Page 222 Issued by © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2008 Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug +41 41-724 24 24 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Document ID: A6V10210390_j_en_-- Manual FS720 Edition: 2015-12-15...