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Multifunctional Danger Control
and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS
C and M (M-Modules)
BMT Project Planning Guidelines
Edition March 2007

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  • Page 1 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) BMT Project Planning Guidelines Edition March 2007...
  • Page 2 Copyright and trade names All product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Copyright © Siemens AG, I BT DE FS SYS, 2003 - 2008 All rights reserved. Delivery subject to availability; right of technical modifications reserved.
  • Page 3 Overview Overview Introduction ......................1 Important notes ....................5 Guidelines for project planning ................. 7 Project planning for control and indicating panels ......... 9 Interfaces ......................23 Functions ......................31 Control unit connections.................. 37 Transponders and loop elements..............41 Special control facilities ................... 55 Programming of control facilities ..............
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Inhalt Inhalt Introduction ......................1 About the manual ....................2 Further information ....................3 1.2.1 Documentation ...................... 3 1.2.2 Information on the Internet ..................3 1.2.3 Training courses....................4 Notational conventions ..................4 Important notes ....................5 Notes on application of these project planning instructions........6 Tools required .......................
  • Page 6 Inhalt Alarm buffering ....................33 Event delay......................33 Virtual inputs and outputs..................33 Changing ÜE assignment by command (from V3.2) ........... 34 6.10 Switching detector algorithms by command (from V3.2)........34 6.11 Time synchronisation ..................35 6.12 Variable SIGMALOOP cycle time................ 35 6.13 BMT/IMT mixed mode ..................
  • Page 7 Inhalt Power supply ..................... 69 11.1 Mains supply ....................... 70 11.2 Earthing ....................... 70 11.3 Power supply....................... 70 11.4 Battery ......................... 70 11.5 Current requirement calculation ................71 11.6 Measuring the battery capacity ................71 11.7 Power supply unit for the peripheral transponder/indicator panel ....... 72 11.7.1 SIGMASYS empty housing .................
  • Page 8 Inhalt Figures ......................123 Tables ....................... 125 Index ......................... 127 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 9: Introduction

    1 Introduction Introduction About the manual ....................2 Further information ....................3 1.2.1 Documentation ...................... 3 1.2.2 Information on the Internet ..................3 1.2.3 Training courses....................4 Notational conventions ..................4 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 1 / 128 Best.Nr.
  • Page 10: About The Manual

    This manual is available both in printed form and in electronic form as a PDF file. You will find the latest version of this manual as a PDF file on the Siemens Intranet under the following address: Company/organisation https://workspace.sbt.siemens.com/content/00001123/de...
  • Page 11: Further Information

    Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. of the “Documents” section in PDF format. All information is continuously being ex- panded and updated! You will find the collection in the Siemens Intranet under the following address: Company/Organization SBT DE https://intranet.sgt.siemens.de/zs/bs/pages/standsammlung.asp...
  • Page 12: Training Courses

    The personnel responsible for installing and commissioning the systems will receive all the in- formation they need in special training courses. These training courses are offered in the SBT DE Training Center. You will find information on training courses on the Siemens Intranet under the following ad- dress: https://intranet.sbt.siemens.de/page.asp?nid=622...
  • Page 13: Important Notes

    2 Important notes Important notes Notes on application of these project planning instructions........6 Tools required ....................... 6 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 5 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 14: Notes On Application Of These Project Planning Instructions

    2 Important notes The technical regulations introduced below apply in respect of the Federal Republic of Ger- many. Users in other countries must be sure to comply with all applicable local regulations. Danger alarm systems must be installed in accordance with Appendix 1 to DIN VDE 0833 ‘Di- rectory of relevant standards for electrical safety’...
  • Page 15: Guidelines For Project Planning

    3 Guidelines for project planning Guidelines for project planning Limitations ......................8 Guidelines for failure of the display unit and signal processor ......8 Overvoltage protection measures ................. 8 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 7 / 128 Best.Nr.
  • Page 16: Limitations

    3 Guidelines for project planning The following must be observed when constructing fire alarm systems in compliance with the guidelines EN45, VdS 2095 (Association of German Underwriters) and DIN VDE 0833, Part 2: Monitored alarm line as loop (ring cable) Up to 128 detectors and devices (automatic detectors, non-automatic detectors [manual call points], transponders, indicator panel control facilities) can be connected here and multiple fire sections with a total surveillance area of up to 6000 m...
  • Page 17: Project Planning For Control And Indicating Panels

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels Project planning for control and indicating panels Control and indicating panel selection..............10 4.1.1 Alarm numbers ....................10 4.1.2 Programming limitations at control and indicating panels ........11 Selecting the installation location ................ 12 4.2.1 Fire protection system requirements ..............
  • Page 18: Control And Indicating Panel Selection

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels Control and indicating panel selection The control and indicating panel size is determined by the number and location of the detec- tors. To avoid exceeding maximum line lengths in a loop or spur, we recommend installing a num- ber of smaller SIGMANET-capable control and indicating panels in large-scale systems (SIGMASYS C).
  • Page 19: Programming Limitations At Control And Indicating Panels

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels A 38-character text can be entered for every object, every area, every detector zone, every output of the type AT/ST/EV/AL and every detector. The detector group text is displayed if no detector text is entered. The detector group text should preferably be programmed in order to save data points.
  • Page 20: Selecting The Installation Location

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels Peripheral elements Fixed system event Programmable event Total event locations location locations Detectors Contact coupler *) Minitransponder *) Transponder 2 + programmed outputs Number of programmed Indicator panel *) outputs Number of programmed 2 + programmed outputs Multiple control facility *) outputs...
  • Page 21: Control Room Requirements

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels 4.2.2 Control room requirements The control and indicating panel is to be installed in a controlled environment. Permitted ambient conditions: Temperature range: 0 °C to +40 °C Atmospheric humidity. <75 %, short-term 95 % without condensation Protect the control and indicating panel from harmful environmental influences, such as direct sunlight, operation-related vibrations, dust, etc.
  • Page 22: Figure 2: Console Installation Dt1000 Operating Panel Console, Tiltable

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels Height in mm Width in mm Depth in mm SIGMASYS C SIGMASYS M Battery cabinet SIGMASYS empty housing Empty housing remote operating panel Cutout for console installation 70 below the table surface SM88 operating panel console 85 –...
  • Page 23: Figure 3: Console Installation For Empty Housing Remote Operating Panel

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels Figure 3: Console installation for empty housing remote operating panel Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 15 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 24: Sigmasys C Control And Indicating Panel Assignment

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels SIGMASYS C control and indicating panel assignment Figure 4: SIGMASYS C control and indicating panel assignment 16 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 25 4 Project planning for control and indicating panels The SIGMASYS C control and indicating panel is available in 2 versions: SIGMASYS C control and indicating panel S24230-C500-A7 for SIGMASYS loop elements SIGMASYS C Sinteso control and indicating panel S24230-C600-A10 for FDnet Sinteso elements Since August 2005 both panels have been supplied with an integrated 150W power supply.
  • Page 26: Sigmasys M Control And Indicating Panel Assignment

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels SIGMASYS M control and indicating panel assignment Figure 5: SIGMASYS M control and indicating panel assignment For exact details on where to install the APL20P, see the document A24230-B60-A1-*-31 18 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr.
  • Page 27: Assigning Option Slots In The Sigmasys M

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels 4.4.1 Assigning option slots in the SIGMASYS M The control and indicating panel provides five option slots (OP1 to OP5). • OP1 to OP3 are designed for equipment with 4 STE control modules (transponders) or PC board blocks.
  • Page 28: Dual Soc

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels The following table should help you to determine the maximum current: Device / Module / Current draw Comment Element Module 150 mA + load factor of all connected elements 70 mA + load factor of all connected elements 80 mA + load factor of all connected elements 35 mA...
  • Page 29: Sigmanet P Coupler (From Mid-2006)

    4 Project planning for control and indicating panels Warning: SIGMANET P is not compatible with the standard SIGMANET. SIGM ANET P control and indicating panels are networked using 2-pole copper wire whi can be up to 1000 meters long. A SAFEDLINK repeater can be used to increase the range. 4.4.5 SIGMANET P coupler (from mid-2006) SIGMASYS C control and indicating panels and SIGMANET operating panels can be con-...
  • Page 31: Interfaces

    5 Interfaces Interfaces Overview of interfaces..................24 Printers ........................ 25 5.2.1 Protocol printer DL3750+ ..................25 5.2.2 Protocol printer T2240/9 (DR 2030) ..............26 5.2.3 Thermal printer FD60 ..................26 5.2.4 Printer protocol converter ..................27 GMA Manager (TOPSIS) ..................27 5.3.1 Spur operating panels (Version 3.0 and later).............
  • Page 32: Overview Of Interfaces

    5 Interfaces Overview of interfaces The devices listed in the following overview can be connected depending on the SIGMASYS terminal or interface. Interface / device SIGMASYS C V.24 V.24 (standalone) PLAN, DIAG, of SMC-GRPL S24230- printer, (SCI) printer, (SCI) FBF-A, printer, GMA A501-A5 PLAN, DIAG, Manager, (SCI) FBF-A, printer, GMA...
  • Page 33: Printers

    5 Interfaces RS485 RS485 RS485 Interface / RS232 (V24) RS232 (V24) Half-duplex Half-duplex Half-duplex Device RxT,TxD,CTS,RTS RxT,TxD 2-wire 2-wire 2-wire SIGMASYS M PLAN, DIAG, PLAN, DIAG, SIGMANET P SIGMANET P MAP P with SOC P FBF-A, printer, FBF-A, printer, D100 coupling GMA-Manager, GMA-Manager, (SCI)
  • Page 34: Protocol Printer T2240/9 (Dr 2030)

    5 Interfaces 5.2.2 Protocol printer T2240/9 (DR 2030) Name Order number Remark <30 m up to 300 m Protocol printer Replaces DR2030, no 6GF6520-1LL DRT2240/9 interface Interface for T2240/9 RS232/TTY interface 6GF6520-2LA (DR2030) Colour ribbon for T2240/9 Colour ribbon for T2240/9 6GF6520-5LA (DR 2030) TTY/ V.24 converter...
  • Page 35: Printer Protocol Converter

    5 Interfaces 5.2.4 Printer protocol converter SIGMPLAN V2.6 supports a new printer type: “Printer DPU”. This printer operates as an IBM Proprinter (not a laser printer) with 8 bits. The DR215 printer should be programmed in SIGMAPLAN if the ECMA font is required. The DPU is connected at the TTY or V.24 interface on the SIGMASYS C standalone control and indicating panel or at the V.24 interface on SIGMANET control and indicating panels.
  • Page 36: D100 Interfaces (Version 3.0 And Later)

    5 Interfaces Spur operating panels can be connected to all V.24 interfaces in the SIGMASYS control and indicating panel and operating panels. Spur operating panels cannot be connected to spur alarm control and indicating panels. The SIGMANET operating panel or the GMA operating panel can be connected as spur op- erating panels.
  • Page 37: Table 15: Programming In Sigmaplan

    5 Interfaces There are organisational and projected numbers for programming. Organisational number: displayed on the operating panel and on the printer. Projected number: required for internal processing and displayed on the printer. The object number must have 3 digits and must be between 100 and 999. It is not possible to assign a number twice (in SM88 and SIGMASYS).
  • Page 39: Functions

    6 Functions Functions Event implementation..................32 Daytime/Nighttime ....................32 Alarm organization ....................32 Two-detector-zone dependency................33 Two-detector dependency................... 33 Alarm buffering ....................33 Event delay......................33 Virtual inputs and outputs..................33 Changing ÜE assignment by command (from V3.2) ........... 34 6.10 Switching detector algorithms by command (from V3.2)........
  • Page 40: Event Implementation

    6 Functions Event implementation When an event is identified by a detector and its associated evaluation module, this normally leads to an alarm being generated in the control and indicating panel. Events are implemented by appropriate configuration with PLAN: • on a signal, which is displayed on the control units in the signal list.
  • Page 41: Two-Detector-Zone Dependency

    6 Functions Figure 6: Alarm organization Two-detector-zone dependency Alerting facilities, alarm transceivers and fire protection facilities are tripped when two defined detector zones switch to fire alarm mode. A pre-alarm is triggered when there is an alarm in the first detctor zone. Two-detector dependency Alerting facilities, alarm transceivers and fire protection facilities are tripped when two detec- tors in a detector zone switch to fire alarm mode.
  • Page 42: Changing Üe Assignment By Command (From V3.2)

    6 Functions In this case, a freely programmable output controls a programmable input without the need for hardware Restrictions: Not for zone operating panel displays. The ANZ detector display or ANZ event display control patterns are not available. Changing ÜE assignment by command (from V3.2) The operator can change the assignment of a control in a detector zone for starting a ÜE on operating level 3.
  • Page 43: Time Synchronisation

    6 Functions 6.11 Time synchronisation The time of the SIGMASYS control and indicating panels can be synchronised once a day with the Time synchronisation” feature. The synchronising pulse is derived from the main clock and transmitted via an operating input to a contact coupler, minitransponder or transponder / 4STE.
  • Page 44 6 Functions 36 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 45: Control Unit Connections

    7 Control unit connections Control unit connections Local alarm (LA) ....................38 Alarm transceiver (AT) ..................38 Key depot (KD)....................38 Fire brigade operating panel (FBF) ..............38 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 37 / 128 Best.Nr.
  • Page 46: Local Alarm (La)

    7 Control unit connections Local alarm (LA) An alarm device can be operated for local alerting. The alarm device is installed on the sys- tem’s connection board. Loads with an internal resistance of 200 to 1000 Ohm can be con- nected.
  • Page 47 7 Control unit connections Deactivated control in case of fire N.B.: • The function of the fire brigade operating panel is always permanently linked to the ob- jects of the first AT. • The FBF must be connected to the same control and indicating panel as the alarm transceiver.
  • Page 49: Transponders And Loop Elements

    8 Transponders and loop elements Transponders and loop elements General........................ 42 Loop elements..................... 42 8.2.1 Maxitransponder SPF 3500, 4STE control module ..........42 8.2.2 Input/output module FDCIO222 (FDCI222)............44 8.2.3 Fdnet Transponder FDCIO223 (from mid-2006) ..........45 8.2.4 Contact coupler SPF 5300 .................. 47 8.2.5 SIGMASPACE gateway ..................
  • Page 50: General

    8 Transponders and loop elements All elements described in this document may only be used in dry rooms. This means also cable ducts and false floors. General Standard inputs and outputs are provided in the basic configuration of SIGMASYS C and M control and indicating panels for external displays (FBF, KD, external alarm).
  • Page 51 8 Transponders and loop elements The transponder (4STE control module) is used for connecting: 4 x threshold monitored lines at SIGMALOOP or 4 x control facilities from SIGMALOOP. The inputs and outputs are freely programmable. The transponder needs 4 addresses on the loop and a 24 V voltage supply from the fire alarm control and indicating panel or a fault-monitored external power supply unit.
  • Page 52: Input/Output Module Fdcio222 (Fdci222)

    8 Transponders and loop elements „Contact, gen. (monitored)” - To connect contacts that are to be monitored - Multiple contacts can be combined in a detector zone - Mandatory-reset contacts may not be connected “Contact, gen. (non-monitored)” - To connect contacts that are not to be monitored - Otherwise, as for “Contact, gen.(monitored)”...
  • Page 53: Fdnet Transponder Fdcio223 (From Mid-2006)

    8 Transponders and loop elements IMPORTANT! The contact (switch or button) must be depressed for at least 5 seconds, while the alarm (operating input) is sent to the control and indicating panel. The 3k01 line termination always lies parallel to the contact on all connections 1-4. On con- nections 3 and 4 a resistance of 1k15 is also applied in series to a connector cable.
  • Page 54 8 Transponders and loop elements • Control of local plant facilities with feedback • General earth fault monitoring (can be disable • In-/outputs are electrically isolated from the FDne Collective monitored line: Compatible with following Sie mens Cerberus series: MS 6 (with LED), MS 7, MS 9, SIGMACON, DS1100, DF 119x, S 2406,A 2400, DLO 1191, FDOOT 241-9, FDF 221-9, FDF 241-9, FDL 241-9 and similar, as well as manual call points with 680 ohm alarm resistance.
  • Page 55: Contact Coupler Spf 5300

    8 Transponders and loop elements Control facilities: • Control element Relay • Switched cu rrent: < 2 A • Output voltage: Input vo ltage • Protection after transpon der: 2A M • Monitored control: - homopolar 30 Ω to 3k3 - reverse pola - with feedback •...
  • Page 56: Sigmaspace Gateway

    8 Transponders and loop elements The following data applies: Fault, short circuit, wire breakage: <300 Ohm ; >4.3 kΩ Alarm: Alarm resist ance 560 Ω – 680 Ω Idle: Termination with 3.3 kΩ (normal open NO) The signal must last for at least 1.4 to 4.2 s econds for it to be dis played.
  • Page 57: Outputs

    8 Transponders and loop elements A freely programmable 16-character text is displayed in the second line. A key-operated s witch is available to enable operation by authorised persons. Four free keys can be used and individually programmed as operating inputs. Eight zone operating pan els can be installed per MPC module.
  • Page 58: Multiple Control Facility Spf 5200

    8 Transponders and loop elements Use for close-and-retain systems (FSA) and all non-monitored control facilities. The control module is installed in conventional distribution cabinets. Programmable control pattern: static, flashing 10 s, dynamic 10/60 s The control module SPF 5100 requires a power supply unit 24 V. 8.3.3 Multiple contro l facility SPF 5200...
  • Page 59: Figure 7: Physical Connection

    8 Transponders and loop elements SIGMALOOP Splitter is installed in the SIGMASYS control and operating panel or in a similar system housing adjacent to the control and operating panel. There is room for five SIGMALOOP Splitters on a 110mm top-hat rail. This configuration can be installed in option slot 2 in the SIGMASYS C control and operating panel.
  • Page 60: Technical Data, Voltage, Current, Dimensions

    8 Transponders and loop elements Number of technically addressable components max. 64 Max. permitted line parameters ax. permitted line capacity (primary and secondary spurs) 200nF, corresponds to approx. 2 m of the standard cable quality IY (ST) Y 0.8 mm. Max.
  • Page 61: Cycle Time For Signals From Transponders And Contact Couplers

    8 Transponders and loop elements Cycle time for signals from transponders and contact couplers Different operating conditions (polling cycles) can be selected for contacts connected via con- tact couplers or minitransponders. Loop cycle time 0,25 sec 1 sec – Zyklus Op.
  • Page 63: Special Control Facilities

    9 Special control facilities Special control facilities Extinguishing control module ................56 9.1.1 Gas extinguishing systems.................. 57 9.1.2 Preaction sprinkler extinguishing control module ..........57 9.1.3 SIGMALOOP extinguishing interface ..............58 9.1.4 FDnet extinguishing interface................59 Close-and-retain systems (FSA) ................. 59 9.2.1 List of approved power supply units ..............
  • Page 64: Extinguishing Control Module

    9 Special control facilities Extinguishing control module General: One extinguishing zone can be activated per line module in SIGMASYS M. Only one extinguishing zone can be activated per control and indicating panel in SIGMASYS N.B.: a second SOC module must be installed if SIGMASYS M features multiple extinguishing zones.
  • Page 65: Gas Extinguishing Systems

    9 Special control facilities The alarm lines are switched to the slave MPC with the U-APL module (16 changeover con- tacts) of the master MPC. MPC2 cannot be installed at slot 6 of the SIGMASYS M control and indicating panel. The standard cables supplied are too short.
  • Page 66: Sigmaloop Extinguishing Interface

    9 Special control facilities • The reversing electromagnetic valve is also activated in the event of an alarm • The control facilities described above must not be driven by the door contact • Control via fault in the power supply unit of the fire alarm control and indicating panel. Controlling the reversing electromagnetic valve: Control via SIGMALOOP extinguishing interface.
  • Page 67: Fdnet Extinguishing Interface

    9 Special control facilities 9.1.4 FDnet extinguishing interface The FDnet extinguishing interface comprises the following modules: FDCIO224 A5Q00018689 All-or-nothing relay A5Q00001243 SMxx extinguishing interface S24230-A353-A1 PC board block 32-pin V24068-Z7102-A1 The all-or-nothing relay and the FDCIO224 are mounted on one top hat rail. The SMxx extinguishing interface can be plugged in directly to the X100 basic module.
  • Page 68: List Of Approved Power Supply Units

    9 Special control facilities Figure 9: Close-and-retain systems 9.2.1 List of approved power supply units Firma Bezeichnung Leistung Hekatron GmbH NG 521 24V / 2A Hekatron GmbH NG 519 24V / 350mA Hekatron GmbH NAG 03 24V / 900mA Diktator 04550 24V / 0,4A Diktator...
  • Page 69: Programming Of Control Facilities

    10 Programming of control facilities Programming of control facilities 10.1 Description of control pattern ................62 10.1.1 AL/LA – Alerting facilities..................62 10.1.2 EV – Evacuation alarm (internal alarm)............... 63 10.1.3 Control facility (ST)....................63 10.1.4 Monitored control lines according to VdS via transponder SPF 3500 ....63 10.1.5 Display (ANZ) ......................
  • Page 70: Description Of Control Pattern

    10 Programming of control facilities 10.1 Description of control pattern General: All control facilities in the system can be configured, apart from the FSA control pattern, fire sector control facility, detector diagram and event diagram. This means that in control and indicating panels networked using SIGMANET signals from different control and indicating panels, an output can be set in any control and indicating panel.
  • Page 71: Ev - Evacuation Alarm (Internal Alarm)

    10 Programming of control facilities It is possible to parameterise whether the alerting facility is to be tripped when the door is open in the control and indicating panel that detected the alarm (detector zone type). The activation list of an alarm should only contain objects that enable the "local alarm on/off" operation to be performed from the operating panel or fire brigade operating panel.
  • Page 72: Display (Anz)

    10 Programming of control facilities Resistance Monitoring current in mA Remark in ohms Load Monitoring input Transponder- Voltage and current in case of control output ST * with UB= 24V 40 – 95 Output voltage=UB Current 0,26-0,6A* 90 – 250 Output voltage =UB Current 0,096-0,266A* 250 –...
  • Page 73: Freely Configurable Control Parameters From V3.2

    10 Programming of control facilities • Detector display Indicates the status of the detector • Event display Indicates the event status of the detector. Only goes out when reset. 512 control facilities can be programmed with detector display or event display control pat- terns for every MPC module or SIGMASYS C.
  • Page 74: Overviev Of Control Criteria

    10 Programming of control facilities 10.3 Overviev of control criteria 66 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 75: Control Pattern Al (Alerting Facility), Ev (Evacuation Alarm, Anz (Display)

    10 Programming of control facilities 10.3.1 Control Pattern AL (alerting facility), EV (evacuation alarm, ANZ (display) Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 67 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 76: Control Pattern St (Control Facility)

    10 Programming of control facilities 10.3.2 Control Pattern ST (control facility) 68 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 77: Power Supply

    11 Power supply Power supply 11.1 Mains supply ....................... 70 11.2 Earthing ....................... 70 11.3 Power supply....................... 70 11.4 Battery ......................... 70 11.5 Current requirement calculation ................71 11.6 Measuring the battery capacity ................71 11.7 Power supply unit for the peripheral transponder/indicator panel ....... 72 11.7.1 SIGMASYS empty housing .................
  • Page 78: Mains Supply

    11 Power supply 11.1 Mains supply A separate electric circuit with individual, specially identified fuses must be used for the power supply from the electrical mains. The control and indicating panel is to be connected to a mains distribution cabinet via a con- ductor cross section of at least 3 x 1.5 mm (NYM-J).
  • Page 79: Current Requirement Calculation

    To calculate the power requirement for the Sinteso detector periphery you can also use the Excel tables in the PSP (Product Support Platform). https://psp.sbt.siemens.com 11.6 Measuring the battery capacity The size of the battery capacity is determined on the basis of the system’s idle current and the required bridging time.
  • Page 80: Power Supply Unit For The Peripheral Transponder/Indicator Panel

    11 Power supply To increase capacity levels, a maximum of two battery sets can be connected in parallel. The parallel-connected battery sets must be from the same series and have the same date of manufacture. The batteries must not be installed in different cabinets with different interior temperatures (e.g.
  • Page 81: Sigmasys Empty Housing

    11 Power supply Figure 10: Line lenghts from periphery to power supply unit 11.7.1 SIGMASYS empty housing The SIGMASYS empty housing of the SIGMASYS control and indicating panel can be used for connecting multiple threshold monitored alarm lines via a transponder or for connecting other loads with battery support.
  • Page 82: Figure 11: Assembly Example 1

    11 Power supply Figure 11: Assembly example 1 Figure 12: Assembly example 2 74 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 83: Figure 13: Assembly Example 3

    11 Power supply Figure 13: Assembly example 3 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 75 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 85: Monitored Lines

    12 Monitored lines Monitored lines 12.1 GMG-S module ....................78 12.1.1 Differences vis-à-vis AMI (SM88) or GMG (BMS)..........79 12.2 Pulse-polling technology in SIGMASYS PMG-S ..........79 12.2.1 Differences vis-à-vis AMP (SM88) or PMG (BMS) Vis-à-vis AMP ...... 80 12.3 SIGMASYS monitored line ..................
  • Page 86: Gmg-S Module

    12 Monitored lines Threshold detector technology Threshold detectors can be connected via transponders to SIGMASYS monitored alarm lines. If automatic threshold detectors which receive their power from the monitored alarm line are connected to the transponder, a “line termination for transponder and 4 STE control module” S24218-C44-A10 is to be connected at the last detector instead of the moving load.
  • Page 87: Differences Vis-À-Vis Ami (Sm88) Or Gmg (Bms)

    12 Monitored lines – 2-MG dependency – ALORG (alarm organization) – ALZ, parameterisable • Alarm zone formation – cross-module formation possible – mixing with MPC and PMG detector zones possibl • Operating inputs, parameterisable • MPL terminals, 3.3 K or 4.7 K, parameterisable in the SIGMAPLAN •...
  • Page 88: Differences Vis-À-Vis Amp (Sm88) Or Pmg (Bms) Vis-À-Vis Amp

    12 Monitored lines – not monitored for faults or tripping • MS8SE (control element) can be operated in operating mode 1 (permanent 1:1 assign- ment) and inoperating mode 2 (system-wide control) • Only 3 parallel displays can be simultaneously activated on an MPL(reason: max. cur- rent load of an MPL = 24 mA, 1 activated control unit requires approx.
  • Page 89: Sigmasys Monitored Line

    12 Monitored lines - MASTER20 Standard MASTER20, connection of threshold detec- tor lines - MS8MA Standard ext. detector display - MS8EA Standard panel-mounted indicator *) - MS8SB Standard control unit *) - MS8SE Standard control unit *) Table 27: Pulse-polling detector elements and evaluation procedures *) Maximum 3 per monitored line 12.3 SIGMASYS monitored line...
  • Page 90: Figure 14: Sigmaplus Sdf2200 Optical Smoke Detector

    12 Monitored lines Figure 14: SIGMAPLUS SDF2200 Optical smoke detector Operating conditions Sample applications Difficult detectionconditions Not compliant with EN 54-7 High risk for persons, buildings and merchandise. rooms with very high ceilings open Hazardous storage goods oper warehoses chem.. industry High level of smoke thinning, for example,as a result of ventilation, room height, etc.False alarm contributing fac- tors only permittedin rooms with very high ceilings.
  • Page 91: Line Lengths In The Loop/Spur

    12 Monitored lines 12.4 Line lengths in the loop/spur Shielded installation cables, e. g. IY(ST)Y are to be used as lines for the loop. The maximum wire diameter that can be clamped in the standard detector base is 0.8 mm. The maximum line length depends on: •...
  • Page 92: Load Factors

    12 Monitored lines Figure 16: Address element number and line lengths for a 0.6 diameter line The sheath wire of the cable shield is to be laid at the clamps provided in the detectors and devices. The cable is earthed at the corresponding clamps in the SIGMASYS control and in- dicating panels.
  • Page 93: Fdnet - Connecting Sinteso Tm Elements

    12 Monitored lines Loop Load factors elements LOOPELEMENT Number Loop Total in- Alarm display Total puts/outputs (simultaneous elements alarm) SIGMABASE z.B. FSA Contact coupler Gateway/detector 1 / 20 8 + 10 Total Table 30: Example of how to calculate the load factor 12.6 FDnet –...
  • Page 94: Supported Sinteso™ Elements

    12 Monitored lines Figure 17: FDnet overview Loop planning Note the following if there are several FDC modules: For improved safety, FDnet loops that are as independent of one another as possible should be applied to different modules. The loops should also be distributed over different modules when using alarm sounders and signal bases as evacuation alarms on the loops, in order to improve the safety of the acoustic alarm.
  • Page 95: Parameter Sets For Fdoot, Fdo And Fdt Detectors

    12 Monitored lines Used as combination detector FDOOT221 2 selectable parameter sets Combination detector Used as combination, smoke or heat detector FDOOT241 5 selectable parameter sets For indoors and outdoors with FDF241-9 3 infrared sensors and sun resistance Flame detector 1 infrared sensor for use without interference FDF221-9 sources...
  • Page 96: Parameter Sets For Linear Smoke Detector Fdl241-9

    12 Monitored lines DOOT: suppression DO: universal DO: robust Standard DO: sensitive Standard plus DT: 60°C ROR (A1R) DT: 80°C ROR (BR) DT: 60°C stat. (A1S) DT: 80°C stat. (B1S) Customized/ Download 1 Customized/ Download 2 Table32: Parameter sets for FDOOT, FDO and FDT detectors = Default setting ROR = Rise Of Rate Differential detector...
  • Page 97: Parameter Sets For Alarm Devices

    12 Monitored lines 12.6.5 Parameter sets for alarm devices The following sounds can be configured: BS 5839 'evacuate' 970Hz, continuous tone BS 5839 'alert' 950Hz, 1 s intermittent DIN33404-3 Sweep down NEN2575 Slow whoop SS 031711 'imminent danger' 500Hz, pulsing SS 031711 'important message' 500Hz, intermittent SS 031711 'all clear'...
  • Page 98: Load Factors

    12 Monitored lines These limits apply to an FDnet with an expansion capacity of up to 126 elements each with one load factor. For example, if you are using IY(ST) Y 2x0,8 mm Ø cable (73 ohms and 100 nF per km), the following maximum line lengths can be achieved: •...
  • Page 99: Figure 18: Additional Signal Bases And Alarm Sounders Allowed For A Given Load Factor

    12 Monitored lines Figure 18: Additional signal bases and alarm sounders allowed for a given load factor Warning: The table applies only to short line lengths: For cables with 0.6mm ∅ < 625m For cables with 0.8mm ∅ < 1125m Example: With 100 existing load factors and a maximum permitted load factor of 280, another 11 alarm sounders can be installed, or 3 alarm sounders and 21 signal bases (including de- tectors).
  • Page 100: Figure 19: Load Factors In Relation To Line Diameter And Line Length

    Loop 3 and 4 respectively spurs 3,4,7,8 To calculate the power requirement for the Sinteso detector periphery you can also use the Excel tables on the PSP (Product Support Platform). https://psp.sbt.siemens.com/ 92 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 101: Sigmanet

    13 SIGMANET SIGMANET 13.1 Features ......................95 13.1.1 Modem links in SIGMANET................. 96 13.2 Operation......................97 13.2.1 Operating panels ....................97 13.2.2 SIGMANET operating panel S24230-F130-A4 ........... 97 13.2.3 Operating panel variants ..................98 13.2.4 Operating panel displays..................99 13.2.5 Mobile operating panel ..................
  • Page 102: Figure 20: Sigmanet Main Block Diagram

    13 SIGMANET SIGMANET networks SIGMASYS C and M control and indicating panels and operating pan- els. Mixed operation of IMT and BMT control and indicating panels is possible in SIGMANET. SIGMANET is a network for danger alarm systems. It is based on serial connections and takes the form of a bidirectional ring.
  • Page 103: Features

    13 SIGMANET diately next to the connected SIGMANET control and indicating panel, since there is no cable redundancy in a spur connection. 13.1 Features • Up to 32 units can be networked with SIGMANET. SIGMANET operating panels can be networked as SIGMANET units if installed a distance away from the control and indicat- ing panel or as spur operating panels in the control and indicating panel or in the imme- diate vicinity of the control and indicating panel.
  • Page 104: Modem Links In Sigmanet

    13 SIGMANET Up to version 3.0 a maximum of 32 operating panels can be connected in the SIGMANET Up to version 3.1 a maximum of 40 operating panels can be connected in the SIGMANET From version 3.2 a maximum of 60 operating panels can be connected in the SIGMANET The operating panels include all devices operated on the SCI interface including SIGMAPORT, FAT, FBF-A, etc., plus all operating panels connected in the SIGMANET and in the spur to SIGMASYS control and indicating panels.
  • Page 105: Operation

    13 SIGMANET 13.2 Operation 13.2.1 Operating panels The following operating panels can be connected in SIGMASYS systems: SIGMANET SIGMASYS C operating panel operating panel operating panel S24230-F130-A4 S24236-F4-A1 S24230-F515-A2 Connection to: SIGMANET V24 Spur OP SIGMASYS C Installation in SIGMASYS M SIGMASYS C SIGMASYS L OP sloting panel...
  • Page 106: Operating Panel Variants

    13 SIGMANET • 2 freely programmable V.24 interfaces • Replaceable labelling strips which can be completed by the operator • SIGMANET interfaces also available in V.24 for modem operation • Emergency alarm display in the event of SIGMASYS M control and indicating panel fai- lure.
  • Page 107: Operating Panel Displays

    13 SIGMANET 13.2.4 Operating panel displays Control centre and local operating panels can be parameterised as: operating panel with EN 54-2 operating panels in accordance with the VdS guidelines ALARM FIRE 4711 PARFUMERIE 5 FRAGRANCE 11 : 23 : 33 09.09.99 LANE ALARM FIRE...
  • Page 108: At Release

    13 SIGMANET 13.3 AT release 13.3.1 Central AT release Central AT release means that the appropriate central alarm transceiver (AT) is tripped by all BMT or IMT control and indicating panels in SIGMANET in the event of failure. The control and indicating panel in which this AT resides is known as the “AT Master BMT Control and Indicating Panel”...
  • Page 109: Remote At Release

    13 SIGMANET 13.3.2 Remote AT release • ATs can be programmed at any control and indicating panels. • Two ATs can be programmed and connected per control and indicating panel. • The assignment of the AT release is performed system-wide by means of object as- signment.
  • Page 111: Order Overview

    14 Order Overview Order Overview Fehler! Es wurden keine Einträge für das Inhaltsverzeichnis gefunden. Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 103 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 112 14 Order Overview Name Order number Remark SIGMASYS C Bestellübersicht SIGMASYS C control and indicating S24230-C500-A7 Control and indicating panel without operat- panel ing panel with power supply unit (PSU) 150 W and without battery SIGMASYS C Sinteso control and in- S24230-C600-A10 Control and indicating panel without operat- dicating panel...
  • Page 113 14 Order Overview Name Order number Remark Printer Protocol printer DL 3750+ A5Q00023962 for all SIGMASYS control and indicating panel Thermal printer FD60 V24213-Z407-A1 Tape printer 24 V power supply unit 24/24 DC/DC transformer ETN:SVB24SC24 For thermal printer FD60 Protocol printer 6GF6520-1LL Without interface T2240/9...
  • Page 114 14 Order Overview Name Order number Remark Heat detector S24218-F403-A1 SIGMACON DT1102A Detector base S24218-F400-A1 SIGMACON SPF600 SIGMACON Manual call point RT-FW V24217-C1214-C201 Smoke detector S24218-F10-A2 SIGMABASE SDF1200 Smoke detector S24218-F11-A2 SIGMAPLUS SDF2200 Smoke detector S24218-F1-A1 SIGMAEXPERT SDF3100 Heat detector S24218-F13-A2 SIGMASYS SDT2100...
  • Page 115 14 Order Overview Name Order number Remark All-or-nothing relay A5Q00001243 Two 8 A / 24 V changeover contacts LA Interface P S24211-A418-A2 Extinguishing interface for PMG-S LA Interface S S24211-A418-A4 Extinguishing interface for Loop S24230-A352-A1 For extinguishing interface 2 Outputs, 7 In- SIGMALOOP Extinguishing interface puts or 7x FSA control facility PC board block 32 pins...
  • Page 116 14 Order Overview Name Order number Remark Miscellaneous elements FDS221 alarm sounder A5Q00004117 connectable to FDB221 for more than 1 T-spur between 2 Sinteso FDCL221 line disconnector A5Q00004011 elements 1x per spur FDCI222 (4x) input module A5Q00001984 4 inputs FDCIO222 input/output module A5Q00002369 4 inputs and 4 relay outputs FDCIO223 FDnet transponder...
  • Page 117: Project Planning Examples

    15 Project planning examples Project planning examples 15.1 Layout of a SIGMALOOP at an existing star-configuration line network... 111 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 109 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 118: Figure 24: Project Planning Form For Processing

    15 Project planning examples Figure 24: Project planning form for processing Figure 25: Project planning examplesw SIGMALOOP 110 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 119: Layout Of A Sigmaloop At An Existing Star-Configuration Line Network

    15 Project planning examples 15.1 Layout of a SIGMALOOP at an existing star-configuration line network Figure 26: SIGMALOOP at an existing star-configuration line network If the above limits are observed, multiple incoming and outgoing loop lines can be fed via a single cable, e.g.
  • Page 120 15 Project planning examples 112 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 121: Appendix

    16 Appendix Appendix 16.1 Software dependant features ................114 16.2 Technical Features.................... 119 16.3 Terminology....................... 121 Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 113 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 122: Software Dependant Features

    16 Appendix 16.1 Software dependant features Feature/Version V2.0 V2.1 V2.2 V2.3 V2.4 V2.5 V2.6 V3.0 V3.1 V3.2 V3.3 V3.5 V3.6 V3.7 06.96 08.96 01.97 5. 97 10.97 04.98 10.99 10.01 4.02 02.03 04.04 08.05 04.06 03.07 Periphery elements Suction fire detector (EXPERT) Threshold detector via transponder Manual call point SMF 1120 Manual call point SMF 3120...
  • Page 123 16 Appendix Feature/Version V2.0 V2.1 V2.2 V2.3 V2.4 V2.5 V2.6 V3.0 V3.1 V3.2 V3.3 V3.5 V3.6 V3.7 06.96 08.96 01.97 5. 97 10.97 04.98 10.99 10.01 4.02 02.03 04.04 08.05 04.06 03.07 Zone operating panel (BBF) BBF detector zone formation Freely programmable BBF function keys BMT information panel...
  • Page 124 16 Appendix 06.96 08.96 01.97 5. 97 10.97 04.98 10.99 10.01 4.02 02.03 04.04 08.05 04.06 03.07 VdS monitored control line VdS extinguishing interface Programmable control and indicating panel faults Free programmable control pattern Message functions Alarm delay Fault delay Prealarm time 2-detector dependency 2-detector zone dependency...
  • Page 125 16 Appendix Feature/Version V2.0 V2.1 V2.2 V2.3 V2.4 V2.5 V2.6 V3.0 V3.1 V3.2 V3.3 V3.5 V3.6 V3.7 06.96 08.96 01.97 5. 97 10.97 04.98 10.99 10.01 4.02 02.03 04.04 08.05 04.06 03.07 SEK emergency alarm Double MPC SIGMASYS M Double SOC SIGMASYS M Standby function for operating panels Double FDC Assembly/ commissioning/...
  • Page 126 16 Appendix All SIGMANET units must operate with version V3.1 if TD-32B-DC and BMXtra modems are used. 118 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 127: Technical Features

    16 Appendix 16.2 Technical Features Multifunctional Danger Control and Indicating Panels SIGMASYS C and M (M-Modules) 119 / 128 Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 128 16 Appendix 120 / 128 BMT Project Planning Guidelines Best.Nr. A24205-A337-B970 – Edition 12 (03/07)
  • Page 129: Terminology

    16 Appendix 16.3 Terminology Actuator Output Addresses Physical number or numbers of an element (detector, transponder, indicator panel) on a SIGMASYS monitored line Alarm zone Group of multiple detector zones in a fire section (AZ) Detector zone (MG) Group of detectors Printer Protocol Converter Fire section Portion of a building which is structurally isolated from other building parts...
  • Page 131: Figures

    Figures Figures Sorted in order of appearence Figure 1: Dimensions for the SIGMASYS control and indicating panel ......... 13 Figure 2: Console installation DT1000 operating panel console, tiltable ....... 14 Figure 3: Console installation for empty housing remote operating panel ......15 Figure 4: SIGMASYS C control and indicating panel assignment .........
  • Page 133: Tables

    Tables Tables Sorted in order of appearence Table 1: Guidelines for failure of the display unit and signal processor........8 Table 2: Overview of control and indicating panel selection ..........10 Table 3: Control and indicating panel limitations ..............11 Table 4: Allocation of event location numbers ...............
  • Page 135: Index

    Index Index Evacuation alarm 63 Event delay 33 4STE control module 42 Event display control pattern 64 event implementation 32 External alarm display module SPF 3110 50 About the manual 2 Extinguishing control module 56 Alarm buffering 33 Alarm counter 35 alarm horn 89 FDnet 85 Alarm number 10...
  • Page 136 Index mixed mode 35 Spur operating panel 27 Mobile operating panel 99 star-configuration line network 111 Modem links 96 switchable detector algorithms 34 Monitored alarm line as a spur 8 system requirements 12 Monitored alarm line as loop 8 Monitored control lines 63 Technical data 52 Monitored lines 77 Technical Features 119...
  • Page 138 Siemens AG © Order No. A24205-A337-B970 2001-2008 http://www.sbt.siemens.com Issue 12 (03/07) Published by The information in this document contains general descriptions about technical options that may not be Siemens AG Printed in the Federal Republic of Germany available in all cases. The features required must...

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